Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: May 20, 1910
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00438
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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ADMIRED colors trying to convey the beauty of > .10 : 'II BUILDIN -
["t he sides and land, and they make afree I', .-') ' t' ." r. ,KISSIMMft'S .MAR S
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'Correspondent of Chicago Paper Says which costs sometimes as high as fifty I, I Being Constructed on Cornerof'Stewar'tAveand .

That the Development in This cents a copy, for these men say that ,:, > ,', .. : ::0... : Broadway I !Of Progress is More Rapid than :+r

when they obtain a new settler that I : 'Mr. D. Rotundd has commenced the That of Any Other '*
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,State;Will Be a Wonder.: k: _I I .;.
they have that man and his progeny '' l lI construction:! of a handsome new build '
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throughout all| eternity: and that, whatever I \ J ing on his'corner in the burnt district. South. ; l,

ti The follo able article was written th 4 cost may bet the ultimate end \ I4 j It will be two stories high, 25 1-2x70; i

for ,a Chicago paper 4>y Mr. Clement amply; repays this initial expense.: I' tar "' | Ceet, 'the first story to be'' used for a "'KIII8mee'Is building; up at such a

,I Gore a m&n who has traveled ex- When ana gets out of .a Pullman in I > store*and the\ upper one will 'consist 'of 1 II rapid rate that a person would not

Sihsively and I I.* thoroughly qualified to Tacoma or Walla, Walla, or Seattle or 1'1't :i six rooms including! bath and allmod-- know the place who'had not been here ,

j express. an opinion; . j at various other sections in the Northwest ern.conveniences. The" ,!material! : used -iii the past' two years " ,_._ ., .=
-. =-- ---- ------ ,ohif Ts r ones slrtfclTwltn the'progressiventcit C' jlnThe"construction] of this building will} The Doveremark; was made.by a, Y

"" There was an old saying among the I of its cosmopolitan pop- be white brick trimmed with buff brick gentleman who had spent the best part r

> Englishmen of the eighteenth century ulation. Electric signs greet your.eye j! which will have a most attractive appearance of his life here, but who left.a few '

that if you wanted to know something at every turn, conveying? the \? If-" i : "I and will add greatly to the years ago to win his fortune in a land i''

about England you should go to France sion that you are welcome and Im\reII"j'L ". ,'to "' EL1_, : : beauty of the city. It will cost about where the mosquito' song is overheard ''

and this may be peculiarly applied to ore needed and thus though ... .. 3,000 and- wilL .completed .in-two .and..<< _the aca.-of- -a,widte-".mq_:*.I'". -- '
--- TloTTda'lBaayrjTor I believe: T-natTTorF-: : travel-tired' and-Feilroad=: ,! , .. -- months. M. Kelley.. the contractor. has, dom seen, and last week was the first .'

da' has ten times as many admirers in are refreshed and made enthusiastic by the work in hand! time he had visited ,this place since he I

the North as she .has. within her own the evident good cheer and spirit of the" I This property is right in the heart of left. Continuing he said. ''It a man }'i

it borders. land that calls yon. e giyt ,I . 'I., the business district, and It will not be had told me three years ago that this

s< Today it is chilly and cold in Chicago- ; Give Florida but 10,000 of such men ." .... I i long before all the lots in the burnt old sleepy town would wake up and puton

light overcoats are worn, and some of and. the tide of immigration will district will be covered by snbstantial real city airs; that would days two

the bud. on-the trees in the parks are set toward" the Rainbow Statet"where F .,. " .. ,' brick buildings. The growth of the banks, each doing business in Its own 1

; withered and dead having been born to' men can work in their shirt sleeves all ". 'I town demands it and our citizens: are magnificent two-story brick building;

be killed by the frost. I the year round, will discount any Immi- 'J too public spirited for it to be other- that one of the handsomest brick and

As I rode down on the elevated car : gration movement that has ever taken r i atone school buildings In the South

this morning to work there sat opposite I place in this country and I want to say t I .4' i'y J wise.IMPORTANT'- would be In the place of the old wooden

me two men of more than ordinary right now that from my recent trip to SALE structure; that another lumberyard, >

appearance one of whom I knew to bea Florida these men are there now, and ti; M. 1 two cement works, a three-story brick

manufacturer of machinery and a man' the movement that this state has started *-' .1'". ,I Roberts-Niemeyer fraternal order hall and more than one
L Factory Bought by
of considerable worth and money in the : will develop faster than most Flor- hundred and fifty private dwellings
I Central West. idians think. W. f. Allerton. would be added to its financial growthand

These men were engaged: in a conversation I All over the North the people are The Valley Gazette has informationto equipment I would have called the

that shows more clearly than reading about Florida. The Northern the effect that Mr. W. F. Allerton city 'marshal and. demanded his .arrest . _
-' anything else the regard with which the magazines have sent numbers of special who came to 'Florida"last 'November on a charge of lunacy; but when I returned -

North holds Florida. Many portions of writers to the state. The great land from Michigan and engaged in con- here and found all those added

the state were discussed, and during the companies have distributed literature, tracting and building at St. Cloud, has features in full swing, you must know

five Jor ten minutes that I listened to. literally by the millions of pieces, and Cuurtwy of Minnie Moorc-Willnon. author of "Th Setnlnolra of Florida." purchased the large shop building tools, that I feel,as though a cog had slippedin

this conversation 1 knew 1 was in the I the railroads are doing all in their power, machinery and grounds recently owned my cranium or I never would have ,'r r rr

presence of men who had traveled wide- with their various publications and OSCEOLA by Messrs. Roberts and Niemeyer, and left this beautiful town for a place

ly over the state of Florida. To give through advertising, to crystallize the in connection with it is rapidly establishing where mosquitoes constitute nine-tenths

all of that conversation would be impossible dltsire on the part of the public. for an extensive concrete plant for of the-population and grits and white '

but this much of it I now re- Florida soil. I By HELEN WOODWARD PRATT. the manufacture of artitlclal-atone,- and meat the diet three'times a day. ;
recall: It would warm the heart of any Flor-1 as Mr. Allerton>n is a man of extensive "I say I war surprised to find so many r

Florida is a state whose value consists idan to visit Cincinnati, Cleveland Chicago j practical' experience irt this line, thereis improvements, but I was completely

in her natural endowments-that St. Paul, Kansas! City. Indianapolis With never a friend of his race or creed no reason why-he should not 'meet thunderstruck when I saw" workmen l

is, that geographically she i is located in .. Milwaukee and other big cities I To bend his grave above with much success. While he will man- digging up the streets and laying sewer

,',, the most perfect position of this; coun of the North and West and actually |I He lies at rest;unwept and unblest, ufacture building blocks, brick and all and water pipes-the only: thing needed

'" try. I know that to l be., the truth. Sec hear, in the streetcars: and upon tIle Afar.from the land of his love. the common class pf concrete building to make Kissimmee the most modern,

. -. pndmate, that she has! an Incomparable cli- ; streets in the restaurants and hotels, material the designs and patterns he most beautiful most up-to-date town '

,; third, that the- -native Floridians the number of!friends Florida really has. - -' is getting out in fancy work are something in the interior of Florida This place
'did not fully appreciate the vastttess of I These people are now talking Florida Shall we forget, when we honor our dead unique. has always been noted for its extreme

.. the wealth at their elbows; fourth, that and making up their minds to go there. Who fought for freedom's breath, Those contemplating building house., healthfulness, and.when your sewer and

the influx of people from all parts o f. Within a few months they will be Becaasf: of his creed to grant him mead as will all our people, welcome this new water system I. completed, there'.. no-

the globe, toward Florida would, with arriving In larger numbers than they are Of praise for a patriot's death? industry, -as it proves that Kissimmee ground left for a person to get sick a

out a question of a doubt, mean a great. I today and all that Florida needs is to is fast becoming the manufacturingcenter here, and aa you people are .'about the
i take advantage of this favorable of Inland Florida. ' most moral and law-abiding I have
er development for the state, becauseof esteem Bring back to his Florida home the son ever
the multiplicity of ideas ant the enthusiasm with which she is held in the Watch Kissimmee grow.PROSPERS. heard of or known. I guess the undertaker '

of new blood than any single North and make* more rapid the actual l Beyond grim war's turmoil. ... .. -will. be' forced to hunt greener

, factor in Florida's present'development. coming of the Northern men and women; ', ': .Where.the tears. of his'race may hallow his place'j i ,,_ $ TAFf fields or starve to death.'
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After I reached t Florida is the index finger on'the right .. ; Of rest in his native soil.. "' II'Y, AI' "But the growth of the town has not '
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,4' 'look hand of the world and the' opening ''s'i ., ,'-," '" ,J! been more marked than has that of the
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respect to the development of the great the Panama canal will, ;without '!;\\1; .1.i'\N; \ !,{.,?{,..' Bring back to rest. 1ln the land t"< he loved- I1 I\"\''. Capital of Prosper Colonya .. I county, especially that part of 'it imihediately -

' '" Northwest and the human 'migratorymovement I question 'of a' doubt make of Florida The loyal heart and brave; Hustling, Town. adjoining Kissimmee.When I

'\ headed that way. I learned one of the greatest, if not the greatest, Through the courtesy of Mr." W. L. left here there was not three persons
Bring back his dust, who fell through his trust
\. that the Chicago and Northwestern, the i stateTn our Union, and Yankee capital I Van Duzor a representative of the Val- engaged In growing vegetables for market
; Harriman and ( the Grand and Yankee intuition are keenly alive And grant him at least a grave. ley Gazette was given a (delightful auto and thebelief was general that

Trunk and, the Canaan Pacific had right now to thfo clearly probable fu ride through Prosper Colony and the this soil-was suited to the production of ,

been-th'e means, during the year 1909, ture. -- Oh gentle heart in a savage breast, town of Taft on Tuesday last, and on Bermuda grass only, but now the whole

ot hauling over their lines approximately A NOBLE DEED Beyond earth's smiles or sighs 1 every harfU\: could be seen evidences of face of the earth around here .is planted''

pver 400,000 people; that the majority His capture a stain on our country's name, thrift and push on the past of .the four In cabbage, lettuce, tomatoes, potatoes

of these people who bought lands in .. "And hU grave; 'neath alien skies. hundred. people who have purchased and every other variety of ''vegetable R
the orthwest: and were compelled to The Heart of C. W. Ward is in the .- farms .in. the colony during)o past six known, and 1 am told l Ula' the celery

' f layout at.once from $25 to 150 an acre Right Place. ..... months. grown here is superior to that,growrt
Bring back to his father's soil"his dust
I in purchase/ price and improvements Early last fall the writer wa driven anywhere .....In America, and And the for the The Valley Gazette lest week con The land he died to save. doubt the ''
growing season majo a over the colony holdings by Mr. Van statement, for 'I could believe 1/
account
: ity of this district was ninety-six days) tained an of a young ,and unknown -,I Ithe Where a nation's tear may fall on his bier, 0 .Duzor, and at that time there was but anything good of this section alter
same
:, in instances: however it reachedas woman who .to our town seeing the
- some And grant him-a Florida grave. pnf house that had been built by a new change that has taken place
in sick
Saturday night a <
high as one hundred and; twenty days previous settler, while today there more than a during my three years' absence. u.
and destitute and of how- the
and that the return pet acre on this Investment condition hundred, and on every side new houses "For the past year I have heard Deo. *
gross, did no'\nearly reach Pythian Sisters had taken her case In. than that of hotel accommodations as are in course of construction and : pie of every walk in life talking about'

the initial investment.v charge and were doing everything with OVER FORTY ROOMSWill last winter hundreds left here because' of the five arid ten acre farms are many Kissimmee, and'1 often wondered what
producing
in their relieve her suffering
1 contrasted\ this brief analysis of one power! to they were unable to find comfortable as much garden truck as some was taking place here to cause such

H migratory ,movement with Florida, andI providing her with a physician and nurse Grayetone quarters, 'who otherwise would have remained we have seen that have been cultivatedfor I widespread comment, but I will wonderno

saw at once what everybody sees who and otherwise. administering to her Be Added to' The throughout the entire season years. longer, for a sight 'of the. town;'of

has'visited both sections. The _farm jr' needs.When the article read Hotel by the Addition Now. and many perhaps, permanently. With A large and commodious hotel 'has 1 the people moving about as if they

In Florida can get a crop of $100 an, acre was by Mr the advertisement our town has received been built in Taft for the accommodation were on springs, of the new houses going y
C W. Ward he at that the Being Erected. -
at the present time upon an investment once saw from the hundreds from all parte' f tof the traveling public and those up on every hand of the hundreds
of less than $25; with work equal to time had arrived for action, for men the Union who spent last winter here who have not as yet built houses on of people on the streets 'that a fewyears
and women to prove their true worth and through the liberal their farms, and it Is fitted with all If'.
that of the man who lives in the North- distribution of the ago were deserted at this
I by deeds,rather than words and on the To keep pace with the growth of Kis- modern conveniences.The eea.pn t
west. He obtain 20 cent Valley Gazette by our County Commis- is enough to convince that
can upon pee ; of a stone man ':1;
simmee and provide accommodationsfor population Prosper Colony is
of the land results aggregating from I following"morning sent 'his check for the number of visitors sioners, it is safe to expect five times composed of live industrious, energetic Kissimmee Is destined to become the '

five to ten times as much as the farm- one hundrrdMollars to the Pythian Sisters increased/ the number of strangers hare. the coma: people, and that they will make amonkimerutal metropolis' of Inland Florida., U.d'a maD:
here the winter Mr.
W.
\ coming Harry
ers in the Northwest ing winter as have ever before visited'dertake success of anything they un- I just about my size would be badly in '; '
Thurman has the of xl I
: begun building an goes without ing.AnENTIONLEAGUE. .
,1i After all, Professor Knapp is right-.inhumanity. : 'addition to The Graystone that when ; our town and if our business men are ,-, -- '--say--- need of a guardian did he not pull up .

.. -. Florida is 80 per cent climate, 10 per 1 completed will add forty-two alive to their best Interest they" will at stakes and come here a* soon as ha{ t'' .\
thin more
but act of C. W. "
tent soil and 10 Themore ands! mourn I once begin .making business affairs be '
!it. > per cent man. rooms to that alr tip-to-date-: and preparations for coqld gotten}fl shape; T"
Ward demonstrates he is who
. tj you can take away from the cli I one handsome their accommodation. The addition Mr "Here is found the best climate on

;@ mate and add to the maX"- or In other practices the principle of making the addition hostelry.The will be three I Thurman is making to The Gray tone' American Woman's League Members earth, as good people as were ever created ,
heartsof t and unfortunate stories!!
a wordx the least you depend on the climate lie poor glad. i will KO only a short way) towards meet- soil unexcelled and seldom equaled ,
Men have millions for the advancement high, eighty-seven feet long'and thirty- Requested to Meet
given : I the ,
and the more you depend. on the. ing demand, as there will be not and everything else that men should
;\ man, the greater will be 0" 'results in of the arts and sciences, seven feet wide, being connected' to the less than three thousand strangers'inKissimmee The ladies of the American Woman's ask for. Those are the things that wil '/1 ,
and have endowed schools of present building on the south. 1 he ad- League should bear
n.---- ,- learningwith the first day of next January in mind that every buildhig town, for places that
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IU J a- dition will be of the possess
material
fabulous sums, little of which has same as and it would be a most unbusiness Monday at 4 p. m., a meeting of the them are few."-
I noticed upon a recent visit to Jack ever been recorded in the Great Book, I' that used In building The Graystone, like act on the of chapter l is held on the chapter house lot. I ':{

,sonville, down ,the east coast and up the, but the nJlfle of C. W. Ward, like that and the furnishings the counterpart of they" to not offer part every our inducement people were in There are always interesting mattersto Graduates Entertained by Mr. and : ,
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west coast, with a journey through those in
now When this addition
use. is ,
of AboivCen Adhem will "lead all the discuss and
the question. in
t I shape of comfortable regard to
fur
central portion of the state that what completed The quarters Mrs. Jarrell .
Graystone will contain
rest. A true man, a pure Christian them to remain throughout the the property, to decide. If you will .
Florida lacks, and what .she needs th.fDO't over one hundred season. Immediately after .
acta in time of geed; the veneered man rooms, making it one Statisticians that come to these;meetings and voice : the ftaduatirig'ex 7T
Is the spirit of the great North. continue. his investigation\ until there of the largest as well as one of the worth dollar say every person is opinion., Feat deal of trouble will your be erclses on, Monday night, the seniors of
/w.st The men who make up the des- handsomest and best appointed a a day to a town-that is, i saved the officers, who must endeavor the Osceola High School
Is were most
t no need for-action. C. W. Ward is a year- he or she that cordially .1"i,
spends amount while I to learn.the will of .
olat wheat fields of Washington the true man.Laymen's. round hotels 'fn Florida and a credit to en the members in regard invited to the-Kiuimmee drugstore
tour-and while we have the to these matters.
of most
and the
Oregon icrlt
mountain slopes
: such progressive
even an enterprising and beautiful The frame of the where they were "HrYed.ltiI;
' town in the South chapter house has .
brush lands of Idaho and and ..
gated 'sag city as Kissimmee.Mr. everyman and those deli iou. refreshments
Christian Union Meeting. is gone up present at Monday's consisting of '
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'f ,:Montana are keenly ,alive to the possibilities Thurman living on Easy Financial street, meeting obtained a banana tl
All the stated that he would very good Idea of cream and lovely. ,'aka. l ccI" '
in Kissimmee
men and any still we are not rich the _
of their states and their farms enough or big arrangement of the
.r I have everything in when building as ex- with 1910 in white !J
readiness the green; and green being
visiting brothers ,
In these are cordially iuvited to enough to let five hundred nor hundred plained by the constructor.
and. believing possibilities one -
ev winter travel sets in, and would be It the class colors To scythe seniors
attend cap- was
their suggested
meeting at the Baptist dollars a day slip that in order not to
has through
' :_., fry locality some commercial body church on next: Sunday afternoon at able of caring for two hundred guests hands as a reaultof our miss the summer's growth, as many enjoyed it doe. not half express It'and
I that Is working day and night endeav four o'clock. These meetings are exclusive of The Inn and the OkeecluH proper provision to hold ourneglect to make ladies as will whether members or not,' twill long. be remembered by each'of '
:' sting to attract worthy immigration to conducted by the laymen and are exceedingly onto them. start plants to b, used in interior and them. As .
bee House both of which he owns and It is hoped our business men will see exterior they .bid their kind host andnostess
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'- Its section.! These various sections, one will b&interesting benefited, and every uses to room his guests when the ca- the necessity of taking this matter up already in decoration.your collections If you that'you have some a plelY&D'oocI" night,-th. class.
by attending. are
'over1 the advertise name of these commercial Don't forget the hour, L clock in pacity of The Graystone Is overtaxed. at will once.suffer If to-tbe it is neglected our town willing to give, set them apart and give ( f '10 say agin and agiu;'that they bate'

'. : _(dabs"t' In national! magazin..1 I the afternoon at the Baptist church. I lt There is no greater need in our town dollars every day from extent October of hundreds till May..of I may them beautify a little extra this: lovely attentionthat spotI ,., |j i ii they: 40 quit school and can't(' e'er ASenior.;go. acm; s 's'

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TrucklDR G E. TAKACI: Ii; ottluLands' Items,of I Interest from That Famous thwise the'soft tissue in the enternodes. .the School Board Oatsthe .'

", Institution of Learning .< will' show the beginnings the diseaseas Quaker. ,
Over 'i small reddish patches. Because it is .+" .

A Real I Estate State Lake City Fla.; xMay 14, 1910. so easily.overlooked the grower should Kisiimmee,. Fla., May S':,'IO. '
Agency < On account of the sickness of two of watch for if. There ate other diseases Thq! Board of Public Instruction met )Better. your health,

Specialty f BankX11 $ the'children of the president Columbia .that may cause reddening in the soft 'In regular session there being presentW. \ t

ISSIMMII;: $ College closed last Friday, .t.he.13th, tissue,..bu't.if..there are also white C. Bass, Chairman E. E. Brown' will be.Pra : .

.0- and dispensed with the commencement es within the red .areas, the disease and J. B. Tumblin; also W. J. Sears, : f. '
exercise. The work of the school" ical
t' i was must be pronounced Red Rot. Snpe intendent. - : . ..e cxperi, ,
all done except a little, reviewing; and Although Red Rot is usually not no- Minutes of last regular session were
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at Dr. Tribbltf lives'right in the* center tiied until the cane Ss cut'for,planting, read and approved. . a merits. with athlete. ,,

............ ..............I L of board"the* oft,"college'doon trustees, the ordered president the of achool the it In may some be cases present the during fungus the causing,summer.Red, "Bs C.as Miller follows, County: Treasurer' '. Deported show. Quaker Oats ;

closed. after these children were Rot may seriously check thegrowth of .
Kissimmee Fla., Mayl.. 111-lQ. '
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':: : John Harris d:> W. M. Delk : taken sick, there were noticed some ty the plant.during thv .summer, and red To the Honorable Board of .Public Instruction ' to 'e greatest

,, : phoid sympto'ms. and the president of denp the leaves and the soft tissue in- In and forOnceol County. strength maker. .. ';
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: t PROSPER COLONY t the -sihool promptly had slides sent to sidd the canes. The fungus attacks the I 1 here'willl tender niy report Treus- ,

,( the board of health at Jacksonville, for plantmost easily through "wounds orj| urer of OsceOla .County for the monthof PaklaetlcAl set.;alia package*...... to K :
lor not C1.I'-
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examination. Their answer was "ty- holes made by borers. It appears to
April. A. D, 1910.OENaaAL .
: pltoid positive. As Boon awl this an- to the ./- .
: : get growing plant however
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ewer was received, the president of the mostlyby"% means of the planted cuttings balance'fromla.tr'eport: '>tIliilS>.
board of trustees was notified and his and does not spread much through- .. .. WI\ Wood, Treat s. n. BULLOCK-
HARRIS & DELK, Proprietors decision to clone the school was sent in the 'air. Usually the injury is only 8U Cloud. School OoinmitUMt 1-1 l.1<>
To ...., ,
amt 'd from Tu Collector taxiMl I 5'
by telegram. Th prompt action in slight during! the growing season. At!* ..' .. .. .. .. 1 i' E
c' Z - .Ca city'20OO Per Day this matter shows the'extr cAre of pelts.!
4> me the bedding season the'fungus is present 'on tr>9 W. 'uv $."_:(00 IIIM WfaT4'.1137
the health' of the students that is taken ready to cause serious damage U REAL"ESTATE.

e Z Now. in Operation and can Supply Pine and .: by this -school. Aa Dr;; TrJbbl and his the dormant canes. It is at this time paid walnuts" ai per flit, x5.10: .afSWNfaafaaINSURANCE
family came from the'-mountains of that fungus advances into
ot. ; grow
Cypress Shingles in By baluuook ..'. 9,1.1)2<< .0SCHOOL
1 2 __ .__-- Virginia a few months ago it is be- the interior of the canes, and kills the* .
8UB-UIST. NU. :'i.To
Ijeved that the germs of the disease; buds. In the beds decay appears to bal from last rvporl . n ,lo4.. ,4.I
ANY QUANTITY: DESIRED i were brough.tto Florida from the start mostly: at the ends of the canes To.'amount .....,.d 10'01I11as Cull.. lax.. 3'11 (examination of Titles a

: mountains, and there seemed to be no although it may also start at otherplaces \. 19;, ri
19.41 risk to .the remainder of the' By paid warrauu..pl'r tlHt 1IIUIIOI''t\
............ .............. Ifreat sgliool, body -At the same time, as a The cause alohg of the Red canes.-Rot is' a fungus A I Icy balance . 115 25 Specialty.

___ _ ::8"1'r matter of precaution, it was thought microscopical: examination of the inte- 'CHOOL sce-Dnr. NO. 't.1I
I .. ...', Solicitetl ""
r To bal from last report Correspondence
\ 1 bent promptly to close school as all of rior of the diseased Florida canes showed
---- To amt rae from Tax Col., taxaaUy IM\ .s|
r r'i the work of the session was clone.: Thepresident that the fungus watt present in the .
has already had Dr. Hiram cells in.all of the I ',S1* Id
TWO THINGS YOU SHOULD TAKE ; stages reddening.Pure
'i paid warrants aa J per lit Mil 70 i
Bird to come and make a close exami- cultures of the fungus were obtained By balance "" .71 ..-W FLORIDA REAL ESTATE [FOR SALE

nation of the college premises. and cer- from the reddened areas and on \
tain suggestions made by him will be examination it proved to be Colleto- ....Ho"t.- ''!'"lto4\. :.:..No. 4. BeautfTul winter home sites situaiW .
t ADVANTAGE OF TODAY To balance from lanrrporl .. 1 II.!! :3.
: r" carried out. Also the council of Lake trichum falcatum. This fungus; was Ho yui't. received from Tax ('01. taxtw 1KM tit< in the Lake Region of Florida.

City has asked the board! of health to first described in connection with the ;h'OI Trucking and Farming Lands in lara-

tJ; I make thorough examination of Lake disease when it was discovered in Java or small tracts.
By paid warrantaMH] HHI 341 K&liy
t Open an account in Our Savings Department : City itself looking into the dairies, the by Went in 4893. I

in which we pay ,1 I per cent. I sewerage and analyzing the water. 'if I I 1. Plant only healthy canes. Hawaii I balance H. C MILLER County 7Yeaaurer.Paid .1 Ieib9. CITY PROPERTY A SPECIALTY
.. there is'anything needed to perfect the List with me.!or quick
property
I and other places, it has been found warranU In the sum of 'UDI.I! were can your
J And rent Safe Deposit in our Vault sanitation of the this will be .al....
t.i a city done. I that this disease, may be easily and successfully : celled In open Bt>ai lou. DlllH were approvedand
The council has also decided on a beautiful controlled warrauta .uwued an folluwi:
which IN charged with electricity and( by planting only
I I W J Sears, sal Hupt |7.:> tufe 1:1. M BREAKER
driveway, 25 feet wide around healthy canes that show no sign of dis .
K: Brown M n PI" no)
absolutely burglar: proof. Lake DeSoto, right in the heart of the Box I7S KISSiMMKK!' ,
Fi-. coloration. Any canes showing) even J II Tulnlillu. M I) I' I 1400 fLA.
city and new cement walks as well as the slightest discoloration of the interior H C Miller Corns a.'Ire.eurer tiV N4Vnlley < ,

r DO IT TODAY I other improvements will make Lake should be discarded.! It will I be necessary (iaaoltf.. print lux bat. -
R M Evans Hal t4ai-ll pub 'vohfx l 100(MlMlaxKarau ,.
City one of the prettiest ad well as one in sections where the disease has .. ., .' .
(JrUHn so oil
I of the healthiest towns in all the south. become prevalent, to grind all the cane, I.lllln Kramer V) ui) Osceola County

In"l improvements\ due regard! will and get need for planting from some Emma Futch .. e tM

t Citizens Bank of Kissimmee: be given Columbia College, which has ,other locality. "" Klmie Allolu.8.lIb' Dve""lr""I".. .. till WOO'It'() Abstract' Company
to be Lake All
come City's pride. 2. As an extra preventive the selected -: Mra A A Blmpaon .. .. 6000MlaaMO .
friends of the school throughout Florida be in Bordeaux! "
canes may dipped llryau SOW)
ARTHUR
DONEGAN PRESIDENT '
; ..
j will appreciate the spirit of enterpriseand mixture just before they are planted. Florrle Laviirton! " :'i Alpo(
W. H. NORTON, CASHIER. J the thorough work of the college. This will kill fungus that have Emma Yowell '. : riO (KJ
;" I I any may .Mamie' Woodall .. .. (Oil G. P. GARRETT Mana&e .
The average of work done during: the- gotten onto the cut ends or surfaces. [ .. .. .. IU
M < :XiOU
-T I' : past session: was of a very high order. A large wooden trough is convenient Rattle .. 4'i
UO .
." ._- The school nnder the charter Columbia for holding the Bordeaux mixture while j Lillie Dniu .. 46 UO c'
= :: = : College is only three years old, and dipping. The formula 5 pounds of J a Smith, janitor, months J 1.000 Real estate
i. '\1\\\\aa\\N\\\\\\\N.... ....................\..\... ..\ its enrollment it the I \\ B ..Makiniioii. up hrlioolN It; and I 42 M Title. examined and reported on
yet puts
among copper sulphate 5 pounds of lime, and Taxes paid for DonresidentsInstruments.relating
American Hook ,
Co bookaJ
; WHAT IT MEANS ; largest scMboIs of the state. And all 50 gallons of water, may be used.: The I H Walker, b."lInlllulllI.Hcliool.. Ho :it". 00 to real estate'
"' departments will be strengthened and cost is but .' carefully drawnCorrespandencei
Many people do not know what Bank' Capital In tor. or tbe dlfTr no. b.t .- = I If' sligt. aub-dlat4 270
: = tirMD a bank of little or no capital and one wllli a large oapltal enlarged for next session, which will 3. Whenever possible plant the C L Haudy, comas col aub-dlHt No!2 I .17 :) Solicited.
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t I A HANK'S CAPITA AND SURPLUS ; j open September 29th. The prospect canes in tne fall instead of bedding '. .. .. .. .. t' 7 !HO .
ia iba fund that protorU'" tbaileponltoni train II"H.. therefore the lartfer il !I. ..thegreater ._ now is that its enrollment next year them. Planting the cane in the fall .. 3 4 ;
.
B C Miller,
protection the InpoxlTonTht ibis bank him a = com trcaa 1112n
J OapluU of .Itt.Oiio 00 = will be twice as large as it was the will give one an opportunity to discover .. .. .. .. .. .. t '40.1a \'.
Stookholdera Hnrplun fund nl liability' :.. . ".' .. . lA.flOU&O.OUO ue 00 _= past session. the disease if present, and will do away .. .. .. .. ." .. o Bargains

f' This school runs 'an academy, the_college with danger from contamination in. the It U Evans, cut achool hol ae :3 0too
A total of . . .. . I116.IXW 00 = Vller Uaxutta, prtut."le Tata meana? thai' we must IfMa II ir>.00 eeRL Thus protection to for. YOU i teachers training course, a sprang! mu; 4., A method of dealing with the Valley Oaiette, print el eg .tlCk.Ib..J; ., . .In all kinds of Real Estate., '
,
sic department and'expression, so disease that has been practiced .in the No4... ... .. .... .. .. \. ...'..,. .., > 2oo
STATE BANr$ :OF! KISSIMMEE!\ I : ', ., .. Fire, and Life Insurance andArmour's
. that the young men and the young ladies West Indies is to plant -some' other Valley Oaaetto printlDKTSy 'i1360Mach
...._. ..... Fertilizers." Ren '
--- ; = Bros, ..80110. \ .t.-; 19
' : wlro attend any of its classes! will Variety of that is not to
KIIM..KK, ...... cane so subject ing and Collecting Rents
\,' .. t F..C>> .III: i Orayakina Oaraee repairs pump 7\ 1019 a
'1 C. A: 'CA R8ONrraatdeal' JOHN M. LInt"N, B. CARBON i receive first-class instruction.The the Red Rot. State Bank of Imlmlrice; intend :t./ll 00BMDarAi. Specialty. Taxes paid for
.. VlcerPraaldent. Cashier.w..NNNfNaaNaNNNNNNN- trustees will have a meeting at 5. Burn all the trash in the old bed duplicate 12(10 Non-residents. 1
I L' -! an early dale. and provide for enlarged and all diseased cane.-II. S. .Fax cett The returns of sub-school district No.

____n._____. ___ .. work next year. The same excellencein in Press Bulletin No. 150, Florida Agricultural 4, Bassinjrer. having been received, the
the academy and college will be keptup Experiment Station. Board proceeded to canvass same, and R. O. MEEK
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y A1M1N' 'N'l+1 K--M' 9' MtrN'N N'WNN11W
that was maintained during the past I j' found as follows:

tFb BASS <& Porter session. Notice. !' Certificate of Inspectors and Clerk of. Kissittiniee Fla.

0h Prof. W. G. Uterrnoehlen one of the Special Tax School District No. 4, :
Dealtr !. finest musicians in 'the south, will be Notice is hereby given that the teach- Basainfrer Fla., County of 08c 01a. a
director and of musi with ers' examination will be held at the !I We the undersigned inspectors and
professor ?, a waxer fatale silt h'
Ii FANCY, GROCERIESGRAIN strong corps of- assistants for his de court house, beginning Tuesday, June I clerk of special tax school district No. r-M-T '

partment. Excellent teachers of ex- 7th 1910 at 9 o'clock a. m.. Applicants 4, of Bassinger county tof Osceota, state J
AND | We solicit part of your trade. will provide themselves with of Florida do that at
pression and art will be employed anda hereby certify
FEED OF l!' Country Produce man of many years of experience will pens, ink and paper and will also bring the election held in special tax school Real Estate Agency. Em ;

Hides ,and pALL $ be in charge of the teachers' normal i the fee of 1. district No. 4 on the'2nd day of April %.. mmm \ mmmmm% mmm m mmmmaaiauM A

i KINDS Bought and Sold. $ training course. The faculty already r The following is a list of the text A. D. 1910 at Bassinger, Fla., pursuant :
Realty bought and sold. W
selected by the president of the school books to be used: to law, we did canvass the votes

i Phone 61 -ssssesss?- KISSIMMEE $ only needs the sanction of the board of Orthography Hunt's Progressive cast at said election for the persons, Houses rented. '

414ANWNN N14 ---"" ----'-'"""" "" "" ""w..w. trustees. This body of teachers will be I,I Course in :$pellfng.ReadingAny r, and to fill the office hereinafter specified Taxes paid and Titles verified "
i for non-residents. I
equal to that of other college in standard reader. and further to canvass the votes
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---- any
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= :: ::: :;' = Fire Life and Accident In-
the state. C9mposition-Gardiner. Kittredge and cast at said election of mills of districttax
Arnold's Elements of English Composition. tojbe levied and collected annuallyfor surance. .

f Z. W. & G W. BASS two, succeeding years and the votes Indemnity. Bonds. ..

RED ROT OF r Arithmetic Milne's Standard. cast in said election district at said election .w'R\Fx...'SFxar 'tFiF4r- *Jk .

Grammar .
Gcl English Evaps' were as follow.,:
United States H tory-Field's Gram- For trustees as follows:

i 1 TRACTORS AND BUILDERS SUGAR CANE mar School. C. W. HiJIiard received nineteen votes.R. .

I Florida History Brevard and Ben-I L. Pearce received nineteen vot(>s. w. L. m DuDE

Wood Brick t or Stone nett's. I J. N" Thomas received nineteen votes.
The disease known as Red Rot due to Gt'ography-Redwny' Natural Ad- For tax levy 21 mills received sixteen

the fungus Colletrichum falcatum has vanced. votes. ,
made its appearance; in two counties in Phy..iology-CoI..mans Elements of. For tax levy a mills received one vote. l'

northern.Florida. Much of the bedded Civil Government Yocum's Civil W. W. Chandler. .

k' GUARANTEE TO GIVE PERFECT SATISFACTIONs cane: throughout that section halt beeh' Government; Boynton's chool Ciyics. W. S. Fenrfc, Real Estate10

'r rendered unfit for plan ting" Only recently Algebra-Milne's High School. U. K. Durrance;

.y has this disease been known to occurin Physical Geography aury-Simonds. I Inspectors. of Election. -

f Kisslitimee, Florida the United States, though it has been: Theory and I'ractice-AnlOld'H Classroom W. E. Underti.ll.

reported from Hawaii, West Indies Management. Clerk of Elect n.

-- Bengal Madras Java, and Queensland. Agriculture-Duggar's Agriculture. The Board thereupon declared C. W. KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA

,a.j: .1' The disease has characteristic marks in- for Southarn Schools. Milliard. R. L. Pearce and J, N. Thomas - .

A FULL AND COMPLETE LINE OF ..ide"thtanea: by Which it may be recognized W. J. SEARS.. Superintendent. elected trustees for said sub-school I y---' -------
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externally. If is therefore aptto district No. 4 for the-next two years,
r be overlooked until it becomes so ,Notice to Fisherman and 2) mills to b 'ass seed annually for J. W. THOMPSON
Office Furniture and + I
;Fixtures serious as to attract attention. When Notice is hereby given that the law the next two years. /"

STATIONERY. BLANK BOOKS. the diseased canes are split lengthwisethe against seining the lakes of this county The appointme f teachers was J

: TYPEWRITER SUPPLIES. El C. soft tissue of the enterriodea' shows r will hereafter be strictly enforced. All postponed until the June meeting.

.' a reddish dillt'OloratlOn.In these discolored parties interested will take notice andgovern There being no further business, the FUNERAL DIRECTORand
1 areas are found ''white spots themselves accordingly. Board adjourned until the next regular

VERTICAL FILING DEVICES which shade off into the re& These C. F. PBBVATT, meeting. W. C. Bass, Chairman.W. .

MOST MODERN ,white spots are especially characteristic } -.. -- Sheriff.-- J. Sears, Superintendent. LICENSED EMBALMER .
of Red Rot. As the disease.advances
the central portion of the stem give Photography. Showing the Way
I have inauignraUd a Mail Order Department perfect in detail-you can "WbpM little buy Is this, 1 wonder"
shop with me by mail with the same assurance of fair treatment as you way, forming a long straight cavity I am prepared to make photograpLsof asked the old geutlemau.

1 would secure by personal purchase.E in which is a whitish mold made up of all kinds at my studio located just i 'There Is two ways you could find
fungus threads. The nodes and buds r' Opposite Courthouse
"- above the Midland Ry., on Broadway out" said the small boy.
410 FRANKLIN STREET becomes first brown then finally black. will to make outside' ",
or go
1 R. BECKWITH anywhere "IJow so, my BOD'
% ,' TAMPA. FLA., The hard outside of the stalk remains views. Prices reasonable. I "Ton might' guess or rod nUgJbt, In- \. 1 1V"iM'

l u apparently unchanged. When the dis- J. A. LANCASTER. ....... repUed the small boy. KJBOIMMKB FUMUD*

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THE PIONEER PLUMBING SHOPS. 'ROGUES' IN UNIFORMS I Ir I .DEHORNING THE CALVES. :C.,A. CARSON, President, '. l". O. BaT A..,. $cR lkaT'


. @I' SIT1HITBD AJKISSIMMEE Must".. Dene When Very 'Vauns and The WatersCarson
I Care ......1..... .
'.AND/ST. .CLOUD; FLA., I I ,Horn are undesirable 1ft a herd of

t.- r Donned Official Clothes to Work dairy cows, and If tbe farmer: 'ts Jrals..In '

H. BDMOND SWABIY. PflOPMIITO 1|I. Their Victims. i.I. *,his calves it Is'a very easy matter Grocery CoiripanyWholBsaleT'ind ,

TINNING . to stop the growth "bel11h1l calves are .
PLUMBING IN !flLL..ITS BRflNGHES BRAZINQ
__ > _________. very young, but It'nfust. be attended to .
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PIPE CUTTING, THREADING, S'lEAM ," .CLEVER RUSSIAN SWINDLERS;'j I before the little button' adheres to the' I, -: Retail Dealers 10'GRO'CERIES-

'1 PIPE, KITTING, PUMP WORK :* j ; aknllvbone. .. .':>" .
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l .o The:Plausible oldpijI t !y.M'a". Who 4 I,f There;are 80W' clippers( m.41tbat: i ..x
GE.N RAt'eBBING': Made a 8t.Petersburg Jeweter. Whom ,, remove these horns verjTrendlly.'but a

H. Robbed Act a. His AO more humane method is to apply en us- ,

I ../..........:................ Th. Energ.lip!! Polio. Agents.O"pIIO"1, tlc&. this soda.efore or potash.the, Be calf cure! 18: two and'atfond week'sold ; :-.. WE:: SELL J eo ',!,1 WE. BUY ..''.

,, I- 4 Nowbere Is a uniform .more potent and'make a thorough Job of it, for '

You can come to . Z than to Russia, and that fact swindler has more If the work Is not w>H done a abort HAY' . .., .f HIDES
than oDe been utilized by '
.. ugly and misshapen'. horn will\ result '
li tbelr daring operations GRAINS .
>
I Is In the of sticks' "
P-Tbe caustic foriu "r FURS, .
KISSIMMEE Some years ago a jeweler Ou the about the size'of a lead pencil ninl FERTILIZERS ',, '
:
Pro ekt of St. Petersburg .
Nevsky |> received IK- "'
about four Inches long.1 It cnn mil WOOL';
visit Afternoon .
a one sunny
FROMKANSAS Chased at almost any drug stou tRf. SHINGLESORANGE
----' .
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: from au old and decrepit officer IIP the round. ills a '0
careful and keep a paper AND 'k:
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: uniform of a general. The old gentle end of the stick which conies .In contact BOXES 0" . _.'"___ ___. _,____ .,
: ; : 'CJT'l... man TSBS assisted from Ms carriage to i with the hand and fingers With 0 ,. ALL I IV
In ORANGE WRAPS
the counter by nn attentUe footman a pair'of scissors clip the hair frost)

AND. RETURN FOB/ : livery The smiling Jeweler rocehcvlbin.with tbe button w hlcb can be foil just beneath OETABLECRATES COUNTRY .
.
the deference due to hid rank
the skla where the horn will L "
$30.00.arid spend 25 days and .rommooot..1 bin), 'wltti n chair start to grow and moisten me place, CRATE'NAILS PRODUCE .,
1 The gentleman had come to clioum. ,i 'I then rob thoroughly with the end of .. .. . '_ .
blrtbdny present for bIll wIfe. '-- 0 _
the stick of caustic.
Long enough time to .Investigate the best! The rrudefiiiiiin displayed his most -
Remember that this must be done We sell field and garden seeds or all kinds.
\ Bargains. In {5-Aero-Tracts, Town Lots valuable collars and tiaras The rtM before the button grows fust to the We give special L attention to fitting out hunting and camping.
Bran lingered oyer them. lovlnich At skull bone. If desired. a sharp' knife .
in .
and Country Property the parties. i ', :;
Z last be rondo choice of a costly suit can l he used to remove this button. in
state, for !sale by and Inllmalcd that It would moot, hispurpose. which cusp it la unnecessary to use tbe Frte delivery in itv'1imits. Phone.No. 12. '..
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9 are county agents for good fertilizars. Ask us for circularand "
caustic, hut a little pine tnr or antiseptic '
Z W. S. ALYEA : Tremblingly the old soldier IIvu.IJlln ointment should be'upJlIIC'd to protest prices.on fertilizers. .

his brendt his fie hod '
for pwkl'tbook. the wound from the ticrewwortu .? j
: OVFlC
of both Khopmiui and <'uslotner VALUE OF ANGORAS. c. A. CARSON. J. A. CRANFORtX.Vlc :. 8.L.LUPFXR, : ::1
...................... was acute The general however PrenWent "'-Pr,:.t4."t. ? 5imWrv_ .
-WHS not n stnitcglstwithout resource t J J
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Oott of This Breed Are- -Serviceable
With Bpolonlc-w- n/ited for For Many Purposes \

oNe writing materials mid essayed to pena The Importation| of .Vneorn gouts ,

Meat Market letter to his lionv, The excitement to this country continues rather to KISSIMMEE LUMBER CO. -
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acting upon his palsied bands made his strengthen than to Improve tbe stock ,
writing Illegible The jeweler was In
since it IB admitted tbat as good Angoras -
the Bank. despair. The old man tghe4 and remarked ns can be found In tbe world
New York Avenue, Opposite
.4' upon the sad consequences of can be found. In America. -Angora
Beef campaigns. The jeweler was touched goats are hardy They are practicallyfree
First-Class Meat Cutter in Attendance. Rough and Dress dJ
I He had an Inspiration. . .from tbe noxiotte goat smell and ,
Fresh Pork and Mutton Always on Hand. I "Will your excellency permit me to can be maintained at very small cost .
write the Instruction to your dIcta- Angoras produce mohair of which the

MEAT DELIVERED TO ANY PART OF CiTY.PADGETT tion?" finest and most durable fabrics are Pine Lumber.
I The general was delighted and most made, consisting of One plushes used
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gratefully accepted the offer in upholstering palace cars and fine
& TINDALL ST CLOU"' On the business paper of bin firm the furniture; also dress goods, fine un-
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FLOK1UA
jeweler wrote I the stumbling words. of

the veteran: I .;- x HOUSE BILLS A SPECIALTY-- 4'
Denr Anna I have need of money '
POSE AS A CAPITALIST Please take 6.000 rul.loB from my Bare. and I
return hv hearer: Lovingly yours. :
For QNE DOLLAR we will Bend you three hand omely lithographed' but IVAN 1Et:1
worthies stock certificates, which you can fill out yourself for any amount and The genoraYfi own footnmi was die t
have loU of fun showing to your friends as proof that you are wealthy. These patched .with ('III' irtsto/ Thi old mensal I a I IAN

certificates appear to represent railway" gold mining and insnrance enterprises, adinlrlni,, flu. 1cw<''N until In due ANNUAL EXCURSION TO
and look just like the "real thmff/ but must not be used to_realize money.on.
ONK: SAMPLE FOR K1FTY CENTS course the r\iini returned with the }
for illustrated circular 5.0OO rubles The linn: was bought
Send two cent stamp
INDEPENDENT PRINTING COMPANIES WASHINGTON. 1). CSIZES and paid t..... The Jeweler escorted his SOUTH GEORGIA and WEST FLORIDAVIA

or '- - dlstlngulsh. client t 10 the (carriage! and -
stood bowing as he drove anay.
AHOOBA CMrUBB.B.
That e""lIlngwhpn the jeweler returned .
: to his home his wife asked why derwear, hats and many other articlesof
he had withdrawn so largo-it sum from which constant use is made. Many Atlantic Coast Line

the family safe large trmnnfa<:lories are now producing .
"What sun?" asked the shopkeeper' numerous articles from Angora .

In surprIse. mohair, and tbe demand for It Is fast

"Why the /5.UOO rubles you sent for increasing MONDAY MAY 23
This is an exclusive feature of Regal Shoes, to which tbis afternoon." % The venison of the Angora Is con< 1910

we want to call the attention of everybody in this town., "Five thousand rubles! .I don't un sldered delicious meat and at present W [

1[ In addition to the usual half and full sizes, Regal come m derstand." can be found on tbe bill of far of Tickets on Sale May 23, Limited to: May 30 1910"
-"Hea ven8, here's your letterr'! many prominent hotels throughout the '
the .
one-quarter and three-quarter sizes In betuxen.. Tbe .
wife produced tbe letter in the country.
This give you just double the,number1 oft jewelers own handwriting upon the Goats of this breed are farm clean- RATE FROM

fittings'{found in other shoes, and mean all the 1 jeweler's own'business note paper, and ers and farm reclaimers. They dean KISSIMMEE.} FLA." .....
,; ) if difference between a near-fit and an exact fit be for the first time realized that tbe the farm of all underbrush and weeds, -yQ- .Tn----' .

common name'of.Anna. and the common thereby doubling and trebling the value Valdosta, Ga:/' $5.50, .' Banbride! Ga..' $f3:50.: a

name of Ivan were respectively, of lands on which they exist. Thornasville, Ga. $5.50 Albany, Ga., $6.6O .

? Jri: those of himself and-.his,wife as wellas Boston Ga.,, $5.50 Tifton Ga.. $6.60 '.
-r IL' of tbe palsied officer and his vision- Pasturing the Hor_ 1 Monticello Fla., $5.50 River Junction. Fla. $6.50
: r' ary spouse. I It Is very dangerous to turn a horse ,j
TICKETS
f Tbe Jeweler. bad paid for the officer's wholly accustomed to dry food Into a GOOD ON ALL TRAINS

i + f' tiara pasture of flush grass. The sudden For ticket. or reservations call on nearest Atlantic Cout'Llne Agent or ,'

Of tbe same genre though differing change to green food will most likely Y. R. BEAZLET.T. P. A. J. G. KIRKLAND D. 1'. A. ;
Only Regal ; 8 7i In detail, was another swindle perpe-' cause a rapid fermentation in the stomach TAMPA FLA.

Are Made In trated upon a jeweler In- $t. Peters- and bowels. Turn the borne upon* :
$350 $400QaarterSiaea bare. The mystery surrounding the a short pasture, where be moat gather ;

:. is bin, $500 composition Is the most effective of the secret, too service In the hands force will his grass Then very gradually slowly.become His stomach used to THE GBOYSTONE GBK m ]fHouiE SHOPS ;

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of tbe Intelligent Russian criminal. the change and he will come out ..

4ji: On the Grande Morakala la one of tbe right.

most magnificent Jewelry stores In ANTHONY A. LOLL
To lave Horses* and Feet. Proprietor.FairbanksMorse .
Our Latest Models Uegs
InRL1U Europe the house of Fauberge. To it
Careful attention to the legs and
one day drove np a splendidly appointed ANT POI't
feet of the horse during the muddy "
equipage in which were seated
months will save much trouble '
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< two ladles. The ladles descendedat Gas Enginesand t
and labor. If the mod ts, carefully
O Ftuberge's and were received as
cleaned from the legs and feet after
customers, of distinction. The older Irrigating Outfits. 1
r each drive In muddy weather the labor
lady Introduced herself as the wife: of
will be found to be much 1 less and results T ,
afford exclusive a well known statesman recently returned ...
you cuilam tiyle as well,. a> perfect custom fit more satisfactory than will the .
.Our new Regal Oxfords built advance from abroad. She explained AUTOMOBILES RENTED OR
are on model! designed br treatment of a case of scratches later REPAIRED ,
celebrated New :York London and Paris bootmakers for this season I that she bad been authorized by her on. .
husband to choosea collar of dia
wear. Come in and try them ton. vx ,
monds. Tbe jeweler spread before .her I ARTESIAN .WELLS DRIVEN ANY DEPTH I ,
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\ C.: drive to the office of ber husband'smlrtNtry > Raise UORH There o'verfctockcd is no danger for of : I E. L. LESLEY COMPANY!
-the distance was not great tbo market being two :
to show him the collar and gain his Ceara at least, and the bogs will! bring .
STANFORD paying prices until there are more In ;
permission to buy It. Her companion '
would remain In the shop during her the"country. than tbe markets demand. I g ST. CLOUD FLORIDA : ",,

absence as a hostage. The jeweler was Feeding the Pigs. I fa
delighted with't the suggestion Of course pigs. will live and make
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CO.'SIS The lady departed In ber carriage some growth on good clover pasture STORE .

Time paxHed-quarter of an hour half without any grain, but this feed la o
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TH[ PLACE TO BUY Suddenly t there rushed Into tbe shop salts; hence tbe desirability of f Staple nnd Fancy Groceries, Shoes (Gents' 0 f
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their authority-and showed their official are on pasture for maximum profit. g

j Dry Goods Shoes and: Notions + badges. Tbey assured the astonished Sklmmilk I. Fattening. I g ware at Lowest Prices. Confctlons, Cigars 0It

Fauberge tbat be had been Sklmmllk has proved to be the most and Tobacco. Oils arid Gasoline. * ,
swindled. The jeweler trembled. Be efficient supplement to .shelled corn or < 0It

produced bill hostage. The detectives cornmeal used In tbe experimentalfeed < Saves you money on everything you want. See our 0It '
seized upon her. Protesting she was lots at Louisville, Ky.:: for tbe
before elsewhere.
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bustled Into back and driven ave In fattening bogs.
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JRJCES' tbe woman, the police agents or the deep In the dual It may caose mange ;; tOt,
: = SEE diamonds. Tbe detectives were the and:Inng trouble.

coachman and tbe footman of th Keep Sows Quiet. ,OS T R leT L V CAS'I I \ g"OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
brilliant equipage;: who had changed Mature sows produce large Utters of ,
their clothes and returned to rescue strong pigs and If quiet at farrowing

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The-Kissimmee Gazette I itself. They will eels you to buy on the I lie schools $rst. Cloud In most elaborate -' OFFICIAL TURNS' '....

Valley fringe of a. growing city. There are ST. CLOUDInteresting manner.' The services were held i'I "

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-- PUBLISHED >EVtaT FlUD.\T. today, and those who take advantage and the place of meeting was well.filled/ For County'of PemocraUcX ... 1:
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Office in Valley Gazette Building\ : "of them Will never have cause to regretit Items .News' Gathered by interested spectators: The followIng May; 10th, as Oaflva"ehe; : '. :

t a IItJBSIlUIEIt. OSCEOLA COUNTY..FLA. for land. will never be any cheaper.EX. ..- wan 'the.program as given:, Executive Committee.' 'I

i . by Our' Correspondent in ;,the Sin'lng,."America""'. .CongregationIilrpcathai : . ',' !
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%I ;; : --* LUL'J1>L *" t, Home of the Old Soldiers. Rev. J, BV Westcott II + ; Vottntr'

8. J. TRH>LETT, Assoclate Editor., Taft and Proapercolony'between Or .. Singing, . . . CoJgregatlon'f tams! .of __ ..
11 -,-z'T=" --=' undo and Kissmmee, is growing' .like a d SUBSCRIPTION RATESl
OM copy on .', .. .. .., .... . .>n 00 wood. Six months ago there' waa not,,a The water supply artesian well has PEACE CONGRESS , '

0-_1'.1a month... .. .. .......".... ... (e. tree cut in neighborhood, !andjJiowl.pOO reached the depth of 600 feet with 400 Chairman's Address. . .. r. 'Patterson For United State Senators '. .. -4 II 1 :2 JI 1 'IS .
Napoleon U Uroward 1.0a .
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y 1 smalFtt' of land have1 been purchased Work Reading Minutes. . . ,Miss HunterDuet' : Claude 1/ICnirle. .i. .. .. .. 'f'.... : @'i 18 .. '1 ,: '
'AH communication. xe pt from our auOiorteed acts more tofollow. slowly progres. ..I..PTahal.rro. .... .....,,,.. .-..1. ... lit 8', II. 8 10 .4 4 .11N
BorrwpondwiU,must b..lan.d b.t.be writer .1.;
I and the place has population of Misses Aileen and Ora Klrf wood ;L..
Rejected mater was\ not boa rammedIMfot. ',>>..... sing. < For RepraMntattye IA..CongTMU.. .... .2nd. ....Diet. ....' .... 141 10 ..13 H II JII 6
,- _-. -. 400; with more coming every week. The The large!! cannons have be received i Song, Symond's Hymn.School Children ; Frankllark W SUm ... .... .....1Lewie I...".. ......."..... .a. .. : 8- ." 7 1\ .

K Entered at th.Po.to4nc V .in KtaalmnMe. Flat\ a.q Orlando Citizen last week had a' full page bv the G,,, A. R.,' L. L. Mitchell\.Post, I Recitation . . . . ..Miss Faye Hunter For NARiIteb.Railroad' Commliuiloner. .. .... ...... .............. 76 2' 1- 4 I 4 I a' II .
.eoood-ela..mall roattar. ', -' descriptive .. .. .... .. . ; .13.1 16 14 8 9
the.advance W K Jack..
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.Friday :May.2Q..1Ulq dozen'! large pictures illustrating as soon as the site has been settled Fern and Lavern Marion I .. '
mad In a few months. Times- upon. A sunrise and a sunset gun will Song "Angel of Peace" I For BarnatAma.Stab Auditor ". ... .. ...... \It = .4 8 I.JO II I 18]
Juatte.oflh.SupmmiCourN; ; : '
Union., be fired -*- School For R Ii.toek..U' .., .-.. .. .... .... 89 8 6 10 t 10 :2 2 1M .
The Renaissance of PoetrY'I __ _'p __ WeetcottlSong I . .. .. . 4 1. II I 12: 4 i J86
: I Mr. Knapp, former editor of the St. Recitation Miss Edith For R a Convention Fenwlck Tailor . f I, ... . ,.-..... KinM 6 8 4 1B S .. lie
+ A great deal baa been written and Great plans are being made in St. ,', Cloud Tribune, has returned to his Kingdom 'of Our Gods Against a ; 'i.i.b.tu"-- .. ?. '. till 4 I ', 5 107,

i d, aid about the decline of poetry and Cloud for the celebration orobservation home at Fitzgerald, Ga. A well known School Children For M Member Hicke the . ... .. 14 4R II II. IS 16 6 108'
30. There will i' 8 .. .. 13 00' 11 zz 1 JIll
of Decoration day May .. .
who C Aere .
there crude minded
are people New York newspaper man has taken Address Judge Anderson 8 j Triplett . ... 411 1. 1 br8' I 1 2 I !M
even hoped that .the gentle art oJ'' be eechmaking and other features, Those For Judy of Courtof Record .
his.place. the Criminal! } DM
taking part Jn peace congress 8 17 S5as B
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forever-but including some that are novel if not ab I Q F .rib. \ '
rhyming bad.. passed away Mr. Wilbur DeGraw aged 21 years": and speaking for different countries For Solicitor of Criminal Court of Record1'r 14 18 7
not80. solutelfnew, notably the setting adriftof I I J L Moon 171 .10 14 16 II art
a prominent young man of _ski Cloud were: Misses Hunter, Marguerite For. County Aaeenaor'of T.Ove..treet ...-
boat filled with flowers as a tribute : 7 M*
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When the pardoning board of Minne a J L .(9 23 :::1tI 83 21
Newns;
and oldest son of Commander and Mrs. McGill Justine Foust, Frances '
iota gave freedom to a convict in recognition to the men of the federal navy who Th diedin I John DeGraw died. on Friday last, after Esther Johnson, Nina Dutton', Amy I For C County t Bandy Tax Collector. 'r ll1K it, 21 27 a 22 :11I 8 840 ,
in the sixties
of his ability as a rhymester, that service Wo- I 1 a short illness. The young man I Dutton, Hazel Ketchum, Marion Baxter -. f For B County Miller.Treaiiurer . 183I'M 16 16 20 7 1* 21 7 Ml
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L. Mitchell G. KJt
It created a new Inspiration for verse post + in Minnesota and Lillian Rhodes, Marguerite For County Supervisor of RriclBtratlon.. //t 2'111
panned his early life Chase . . .. '0) lh w tl; 14 ZI 6
,told that'the- man's Relief corps will have important I C W Griffin .- -
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} making. are now | Wisconsin, and came to St. Cloud early Edith Westcott; Messrs.! J. Patterson, For Member School Board .
convicts of Missouri are wooii.g the places'in the program. Times-Union. I : First PI'lrel- > .. ..
and --;- | in the fall| and embarked in .the grocerybusiness ; Ward, Estey, John Rhodes and Leon W < 1- 176 178M

yq muses this is with only an the ardor beginning.Unprecedented Soon, the Baptist Witness at Lakeland. I I with his parents." lie was aI Estey. Second K K Brown-t.TIrt-| -_. :.. 1 17 -

I very popular-young man, and leaves a Decoration Day, May 30, all the business Third Dlntrict-. .... 13. JI .2-! 10 ft M
craze will! spread to other states, and. Tin* current issue, of the Baptist Witness John II Hai deu'I i ,
1 father, mother\\broth'r and sister to houses will be closed all day. For County Commloaioner. I
', at no distant date the convicts of FlorIda the state of the Baptist I First Dlntrict-r \... .
4 II organ mourn his loss. .The funeral services The large furniture' store of S. H. E I. l...ilnySirond :Nl) SIt
will. be writing sonnets to tlielr church was sent out from Lakeland were held at the gospel! tent on Satur- Cull is nearing!' Completion.Dr. l.i.trlct- ::10
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ladies' eyebrows trying to make sweetheart this week and hi the future thin publication W i I. Campbell 6 46
day. May 14th at L:30:: p. m. The Rev.J 1 K Ij I I) OvitrotrectThud Iii vu
Herman G. Porter of
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mine rhyme with turpentine, or |I w'll' haVe its home in this city. B. Westcott. pastor of the Lmiffc- I Daytona, DlBtrict 1 42 :
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Fla' anil district superintendent of theSt A F UunFourth
something equally as atrocious. Rev. F. C. Hrittain, Ih.anaJo'mK editor ... .
stun Memorial Methodist church, hadcharge l> .lot- ,
? Cervantes Johns; Riv.?r ('onfer..n'l'Va... in' i' It U... 2 2M
should it be:
And why not I has arrived and has opened, ml of / of the Services and preached. a Fifth DlKlrlct- .
wrote Don Quixote while in prison and fh111 the Kentucky builihng. ills family beautiful tiiul sermon lie town Monday, and Tuesday, at tending/ J F.: Altli rlniin 2 17" III(17
impressive . .
quarterly meeting of the Livingston W :S: IVari.--- -
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.. with the axe hanging over lux lit, ad. few days and they will occupy I the Kl the Christian dlUl..h.10/ also spoke '! Jacksonville, May 19th, HI 10.u'nilidates .

If it bt true that poets "learn by suffering li lon house, ,near Lake Morton. These feelii.frly. of the bung man. :Mrs. Dr.Ilyl' Doctor preached to a large rongregatt The total l vote received by I the c,l for United Staten Senator is:

what they; teach in tiling' t. who excellent: people, will be cordiallyel- in the gospel'tent Monday. cvenmg.Comrade Tahaferro. :Zl.Olli; lirowurd, 21.lM;' I.1.nominated ':ogle: / 1.t)72. Burr and Hliloh are re-
hi and
sang :"iittfully tenderly 'lark wins Xim for Congress.gout .
manufacture \V. 11 Wood liar been 'IIIIl'ill. for Railioad CominiiisionerK, aiiil over
could be more competent to coineil. to LukelarulDespite I the tutu, "Ktennty: 'm :N,'iir. and the choir .rendetetl .
verses than a man serving tIlU ?!' ciiltic-' attendant( ; gt-tting !
always
:: upon "JeMm/ Liter of My Soul" unit

out such a publication: the first, (time .'Nr nr, My nlld i to Thee. The Woninn's which will, be operated: I' by Mr.! (jill.1 I ilepartmenl store here. Who will

Bury the croaker out in the woixls in I thin issue sent out I fr.>!n the :Neus other, Relief. Corps, preenteil,, : a handsome t. DAVENPORT NEWS I They commenced, sawing 11ollduy.Ir. 'I do ,it''!

a beautiful hole In the ground, whenthe 'this reek is tlerluriMl, ,. be fully squid, hirgo floral crows of white in.sesand : Jordan of Clyde Kans.. httspitreIascd N i-. 1'urkf; left here" Tuesday evening

woodpecker pecks and bunlblebrebums ) in mechanical exemtion. to the w andhe s-traddle-lHig: slradOesaround. Items of Interest Picked Up in and .
MISH I Delia. May Marshal of I.akelaml.
the J.uksunvillc ollit-e 11.d"dl .
hirj e beautiful bitorrovVmg
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presented > I i town lot where he will build in a few
)He) is no' good to the city of it hat heretofore' l h ctn* I i"-ueil l..iliilaiul friendThe r> mums' were Around Davenport .: weeks, lie I; will return to Clyde Thurs., anti) Miss: Bessie Russell of Tampa -
push, too unpractical stingy and ilead.) their Mrs. Chas.
but he wants the whole .earth and all : News. intcrrod ill I :Ml. react the y..tolnny I ii II'. IVi-ler.'' accom'naiiied. by hid wife Iay.to ship his house hi.Ii I'lirrith.
cemetery, and were. followed 1 to their rind _!'! lioiiieseekeimade Ia\ enport bring 'his wife and two daughters to
its crust and the stars that shine overhead. I I \ who has beer
toLakl'I.,1
hum, Removal l Notice I litkt resting place by a large number of a visit, last week. They returned 10''' make Davenport their home. !Mr.or/ i iI Mrs McKnight.
him olf the
Then.hustle to her little returned
friends.. 1 The sympathy of the community their hvmes the :North !I 1 dan and '' with son
blebee's roost and uury him deep in the W1 have moved our ollice to ,room.sl.1 in on Thursday. ', is an eloqnenl speaker an ardent The little fellow is much

ground he is of no use here, get mm 2 and :'t, over the Citizens Hank of Kis-, IS vxtended to the stricken father Nearlyall of gentlemen bought lain! missionary worker, and Davenportwill i Saturday.
; in 'health It feared
out of the way and make .room for the simmee i where we will be ever ready mother/ brother' and little sister. 'I while here, and will return in the fall II I be glad to welcome his family when I improved time that his parent was must give atone
with their fanatics to make this their
man that is sound. Ex. to serve our clients faithfully. Mrs. J.'B.: Squires was a week (I end they cprcie. him '
up.
=- - Soliciting your patronage and assuring visitor the past week at Lakeland; home. Mr": McKnight was a northbound passenger

Every man of wealth and position in you fair and courteous treatment where (the'attended a meeting of the Davenport is truly growing. Work Tuesday morning: having busi-
Use Plank's Chill Guaran-
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the United States will tell you that the Yours for business Eastern Star lodge. will soon be begun on a school house. ness in KisHimmee.I teed. Price 25 cents Sold by all

beet investment on earth is the earth I Nelson Realty Co. : Peace Day,. was observed.by the pub Mr. Parrish has bought a saw mill. I Davenport wants someone to open a druggists U117-8

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I r To prevent' typhoid and malaria use OFfER tXTRAOIUHNARY!
SOCIETY HAPPENINGS :
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TELKPHONB NO. 11. j I Fenola. Oiceola Pharmacy distributors : : ,

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.AIS. Any Into tur will Pboee ...47. Florida
... eMe net txippracUud .' Central W- '
# : Prentla sells) Kimball piano andor .

!' gena. .See him at The Home Store. SANI1'ARIUM".JoNEOF'NATtJRE'S! .
2 U Last Tuesday night a very''' delightful Mr. and Mra. W.:,J< S.'CtffrandHheJr .NATlfRES., : .

Report moonlight launch ride was given by Joe children Lawrence,' Roy andKatha- '
j" Spray with Femole'and get rid of Butler the ..Tbcie rine leave in for BEAUTY'. / -
mosquitoes. Get it.at. Osceols' Pharmacy on Linda.. .present expect to a fe..w.daya SPOTS- j
. zi-St were:: Misses Elmer Smith, Mildred Coronado Beach; where they will. spend *

I Following re the daily tem .. stodr Lee, Maude Thompson, "Vivian Lee, the summer, '. IN THE LAKE .REGION OF ORANGE- COUNTY '
and Lost-A diamond screw : A liberal .
precipitation Ruth1 .
peratures } Butler -
Loulae'Thomaaon Rachael.
reward will be paid, ,if found, by ; .:"THE "COUNTY OF FRUITS AND VEGETABLES"MAP t ?
reported by the Government addressing. ; box'468. city.. \' 21-tf "Leak,_Annie Carson, Kate O'Berryi; M.1Nancy' Blassingame, 'the guest ..
station at Kissimmee for the Bssie Moseley Mae Graves, Mamie of Mrs. N, C. Bryan, will leave in a

week ending. May. 19, 1910. Fenole drives away and kills flies, Prather. Mae Roberta, Inefc Carson; day or two for htr home in Georgig.Mies 0-
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a mosquitoes and all other insects. Get -...- .
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Ellis.", Earle Lupfer Holmes Prather, Elizabeth B.ryan Carson who .,..

Friday.. . . : .88 69 .05 Office fixtures.: filing cabinets and Patrick Joe Butler and Gus Smith* has been aching In Columbia college,

Saturday. . . 86 62 . . labor saving devices of all kinds.. Yaw- Miss at Lake < ity, reached1 tome Saturday.The . -1 t.e1 r
man & Erbe make. See Prentla at the Navy: Blassingame-was the chap- silo'l?Ot.ea.J e g51I H wP r 4
Sunday. . 86 62 Home Store. tf erone. college has had a most successful > fowl '

Monday . 84 66 year, bot on account of typhoid feverin ve ;

Tuesday.Wednesday.. . . . 86 61 .. Wanted-Bids for plowing twenty Mrs. M. Carson returned to her homeIn the family of Dr. Tribble, closed two
acres in Park Garden. Work to be
, . . 90 58 done soon See Nelson Realty Co.','or Reynolds, Ga., after havfng spent weeks earlier tharf usual. C. -5

Thursday . 92 62 . write N. A. Clay Mt. Vernon, O. 20tf the winter here with her sons, Messrs i a gl'J n ova O Ch not. .
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N. B. and C. A. Carson. h N rids. aM .
_, Sewing Machines-Agency for Singer 1 week tn honor of the class of 1910. A '. P .roof::'Prebrr4 0 !
machines. Cash or on easy payments. r. .SYIateiPerlt Ch {
. 3.00 month Machines rented. Albert Bearden' went to Gainesville I special feature of the evening was a r

1 WVYN' 'fN' 1'IY tW1'V' "'rAVW N 21-tf per. -The Home Store. Tuesday. He will .sta/Vnne time with "guessing game." The prizes went to tl w.. 1 ;?

\ Mrs: Mershon. 1..y Miss Essie'Winn and Mr.J6e Butler. .

.1 THE LOCAL FIELD. I Found Paradise Umbrella-On Island. Owner picnic can groundat have Those present werei: Misses E ie..W'inn, '7.A. e'fr Yeti 1. .r.Ceeery Conway 0e ,

4i same by.paying for this notice and applying .Mrs. Keros Johnson went to Mulberry Khea" Pherigo, Bessie Moseley, Mae 71 eau.d .

't to last Tuesday. Mr..Johnson has .a position -. Graves, Marguerite Blackwell, Annie /l Ito '. ...

1+N1we A 21lt A. L. Davidson.For in the phosphate mines near there. Carson, Virginia Tilller; Messrs. Gus u' t fro ally'av pt' Q N.OeY fAke.C0 .
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I C -" Sale-iyiode Island iced eggs. Her sons, Clarence, Lacy and Shelton, Smith Ucar Children, Albert Parker, I a r Let. I

Wade, the tuner Orlando. 91.00 per setting of 15. None better. and daughter Loin, went with her. | Verner Kills, Alt .rt Beanlen Charles ., .-.-. ._. 9 I To n gkaltp ,

Dwellings, for rent apply to M. Til Orders left at Bags & Porter's store -L. Moon and Crit ATderman.' S iisa.Creek f e-ro r -- 4
ler. will receive prompt attention B.lJarrell: v' Kissimmee 'opO LsN.mA A.
SFABKRQ & CRAWFORD Mm. A. Miss Phyllis J ar- I e w ;
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For fresh fish, phone the-Rull Bass 20-4t pd Pinedale Chicken Farm. rell ami Arthur Jarrell left Wednesdayfor M iSM Margaret Bryan left yesterdayI ;nPorl IortV feeler

_Market, No. 189. 19-tf Gainesville, where they will visit I for her home at Damn, Fli: lifter a 'Campbell l1Ni. L1 Ieeor >..r.e.a..e

For dressed poultry,' phone the Hull All our fresh old and stock. new.burftwr-Try our up. coffees.Everything Mr. and Mrs. Grey' Jarrell. Later on I few weeks viftir to her i..tpl': MrB C. .L\, J..sic.ohopikt 'pu( ) terO rw.n,i.w..sK ... ... -. -. .

Bans Market. No. 189. 19-tf Seminole 40c, Royal Palm 3(;('. Cracker they will visit relatives in Georgia A. Carson. 1. r

Agency of the While Star Laundryat Boy 2Tic Florida' Favorite IHc. .1 OK ORANGE t'O, '1.A. SHOWING WINOEUM KRK COLONY LANDS.
20-tf & j
Niemeyer Wiley.Wash
the Home Store. Phone 154. I The Board. of Trade. meets. Monday i Mr. Harry Dale hart lu-gun th<- crwturn -
Be W the I I'. I TheVindtrnnre colony is located in TERMS
ft. and" Clean 'Call particular lllRlltMr 01 u 'ottaK'in L. 1 Lesley
Auto Livery day or night: CaU
the Dutiful lake of Orange
attention to our porcelain-lined\ Acldrtion.Mi region
W. Downing) phone 156. 17tf M. L. Mershon returned to her :
batl -.tuIJH"Uarant"f also lavatories CoastLine ,
: County, Florida on th .Atlantir
I II home at Gainesville last Tuesday. : r. H. \V. Blount |1..II-MI-IH. | of, the ;
Mutton, fresh. fnt and tine at the 'oHPt", "1I1kR, etc Railway, fourteen miles northwest Special Offer For 10 Days Only
Peninsular Naval Stores of Jacksonville
Bass Market ]II-\I.\! lt! .tf I I Tin1, 1'ioneer I'lum'iing Shop Co.. .
I liull phone 31-51! Box (>2.r. Clerk of the Court A. K, Donegaii |i i.. in tin city. of Kissimmee, and on the county '
> has a neat" new for his auto. W-ACRK; FARM-BUILDING LOT i'5lx12fi
flood milk nailcalf garage day road West of Orlando, I
For Rule f gentle cow uam.nu.e
Mi\ J. Elmer .
onehvifer. W. C Gilbert l'.)l-at I. Thei m *om.'thin({ more in Nellin {: Sharpe r CH'IUI.K .
and the Trafiic in Mr and Mrs. C. M. Hinds left thisweek
ri or li I i doses "
Chilli and Fever Price ill1 1 it (imo I in it. The moral .I"p"d| t is one wecannot I .. . Addition.. ", Our lands are 5 to 21)() (<..,t above t

afford to diHr'-K'ard. 21-lt Mr and Mrs Geo. W. Oxerstrect. and Missfx :Maynif and Allen Leaks. oj i lake level and. 120 to HO: (I feet above sealevel SHARK Of' OSCEOLA LAND AND

Fresh bread ever dayalso fancygroceries children' visited relatives at Gotha InMweek Clinton, S. C., arrived the. city Wednesday 1- INVESTMENT; '
fruits and i'andu s at Mrs. Fur Se Thoroughbred Berkshire with nature's perfect! drainage.No COMPANY STOCK- 5-
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KeKero's l'!)-tf I ewe and.. two sow \pig about 4 months to spend n.Itw days. with rela marsh or swamp land on the entiretract. '
tives. their home PAR VALUE $10000 ALL EOR
oh I, Apply to The Florida State Horticultural Society They are on way .

LaRue serves Young & laithc-r's; delirious C. .W. FRANK I has been in session at Orlando :, from :rani) ii, where they xpvnt, the $ir>o.ooCASH. 1{
winter.. No of the fifteen
ten, or twentyacre
llillianl'a island one
better -'U:
Tampa ice cream. None ,21 |pol this week I
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Wholesale. or retail tf The Oncoola Lumber Co. is installing farms offered for sale is. over five w
s4
\ Before taking a shingle off the roof Mrs. Paul Vales left on yesterday i i .. than You will be given 30 days In which to
a new planing mill and other machinery, miles from Wind nor more
For Sale Six milk cows with calves of your home town by purchasing elsewhere morning for a visit of ten days with '
i the arrival of their examine land allotted before
and now only await three miles from a railway Atation. to-you ,
all fresh. $25 to $75 each. I ascertain the prevailing pricesof relatives at Nichol .
15-tf Z. W Bxss. the goods kept in Block by your : I boilers, which have been delayed in You can live at Wmdermere\ and be contract to purchase becomes binding '

home. 1st class Mrs. L. J. Griffin of New Smyrna transit, to begin manufacturing building within distance of and upon both parties, and if at any time
For bargains in resident property, Pioneer Plumbing Shop. spent two days in the city this week ;:i material on an extensive scale. easy your grove
truck lands and orange groves call on 21-It P. O. Box 625. visiting her son. Mr. C. W. Griffin. /- truck farm, enjoying all the license. of within said thirty days, upon examination .
Mr. and Mrs J. W. Scruggs of Decatur
II, M. Breaker. Kissimmee. Fla.oStf country life and have all the advantagesof of property you are dissatisfied 4
I Ala., have arrived in the city and
Mr. Robert Folsom has 'returned froma If you desire to see :your town continue will spend some time looking nil! the town. Every farm fronts a with your property, you may exchangesame
After Nevember 16t.yoooJ will be trip to Washington D. C., on busi- arp
to prosper, attend the meeting of home for other allotment of the
with any
and .
a view to purchasing a public highway.We H
a stran delivered. ness connected with the Onoeola Land i
,,1.2 the Board of Trade on Monday night. '
Kissimmee Lumber Co. and Investment. Company, which recently becoming permanent residents. Th..yare are not putting people on small same value remaining unsold, or'have
of fine Mrs. W. S. J. Overstreet and "' at present stopping with Mrs. C. V. back. I
bungalow acquired a large body daughters farms located on a thirty or forty your money
For Sale or Rent -New 5-room lands Winde- left for New York last Tuesday Bearden.
fruit and
City
farming near If are interested in Florida land
of you
frompostornce. thousand acre tract undeveloped
electric lighted, two blocks
Apply to P. G, White 20tf mere. and will reside there permanently.Mrs. << : Mrs. J. T, Lewis of Kustm spent a land. Withinthin five-mile radius of aa a permanent or winter home or as ...

Judge (I. F. KribliH has Kent in his Jordan and Mrs. Wilson of Dade few days in the city last week the {uest Windermere, covering( our land, maybe an investment, don't miss this oppor
For choice 5-acre suburban home of Mrs. Caldwell and 'Miss Jean Cald-
to the Governor mother and sister
resignation as county judge City, re8peetivt'lyofMrB. tunity. This offer lion a ground-floor
found TWO THOUSANDACRESof
tracts see Kissimmee Gardens. well. Mrs. Lewis formerly lived in over
to take effect June let as G. A. Gilbert of the
on or are guests
20-tf J. M. Willson, Jr. goon thereafter as his successor ran be latter this week. Kissimmee and has a large number of bearing groves oranges and grapefruit .' basis, and will yield a profit of from a..

unfurnished qualified. Judg Knbbs' reason for re' friends here who were. pleased' to see ), in addition to cultivated farm 100 to 1,000 per cent to purchasers before '-...
For RentFurnished, or The Rev. David D. Kidd will hold her again '
is on account of defective hearing the is out. "
house of 7 rooms, electric lighted signing and truck land What other colony I year .'
services in. the ; church
throughout. Address P. O. Box .546. which-renders it difficult for him Sunday next. Morning Episcopal! and sermon on- The editor of the Valley Gazette ac- proposition i / in Florida* can offer these Make all checks drafts, money orders ,". <, ,"
prayer
in
hear
16-tf. to causes court.If ,at 11 o'clock. .' knowledges an invitation to be present advantages? ,, etc.., payable to the' State Bank of" .

watches you wish to save the life of your at the commencement exercises of the I Wmdermer l is ideally located bordered Kissimmee, Kissimmee, Fla., to be
M. Post will repair ,
your State Gaine \till
, The Valley Gazette Is (in receipt1 an University at Among
j'j'J. dog had bettor be quick about se ? '
and jewelry and will do''it right you '' the Lake credited to the account of the .Osceola lf' .
curing a tag from the city clerks as invitation to attend the commencement the graduating class of 1910 we notice on east by Down, on the '
refund your money. See him next the name of Mr." Beacham Steffee of whet Butler Land and Investment C .' v
10-tf Marshal McPhatter has begun to kill off exercises of the State College for Wo- by Lake ,- beautiful 'fresh mpany.
door to Osceola Pharmacy. r
I w dogs found! :running.at large .on which!, men at Tallahassee. Ki 8lmmee. water lakes, full of game fish. In ad, -- s'

An intelligent person may earn $100 the regulation tax has not .been paid, Miss Elizabeth Aultman left last week There probably have been more new dition to the natural advantages. Wind-;

monthly corresponding for newspapers.No and says that everyone he finds minus for St. Louis a month with I buildings erected in Osceola county ermere will have schools and churches THIS OFFER'IS POSITIVELYFOR
Send for a tag will be sent to join friends in dog whichehe ,
particulars.
canvassing. friends after will during the past eight months .than in I
join a
par- DAYS s
AFTER
electric tourist hotel banks 10 ONLY I
light plant, ,
Press B 2245 Lockport N.Y. )leaven. I
Syndicate ty and sail for Europe on an extended any other county in Florida, not excepting -
| those in which the larger cities are etc. The men back of this colony In-
We are requested by Mrs. C. H. WHICH OUR TERMS WILL BE $260
For Cyphers Incubators, poultry 8u.p- Fountain to announce: that she has tour.Mr. I located. And there is no abatementwith tend to make it one of the leading Inland
plies and Arthur G. Dustin strain closed her boarding house for the summer Chas. Overstreet came up from the advent of the "good old sum- winter home resorts of Florida. They FOR 10 ACRES OF FARM LAND rAND
White Wyandotte eggs, see G. E. Bartow and spent 'Sunday and Monday mer time." Scarcely a day passes but
Takach. Eggs C6.00 per hundred. 5-tf but will open She up again is some gratefulfor timein with his mother and sister, who left on I we hear of the beginning of one or will live right in Windermere with you; BUILDING LOTS 50x126 AT j
September. very I Tuesday for New York their future their families are there their interests
more buildings of some character in '
mall the patronage which she WINDERMERE 10 PER CENT OFF < ;
; Anyone anywhere can start a generous ,
order business at home. No canvass >has received, and will endeavor to merit home. Kissimmee, yet the supply is not equal' are there,.and their money Is invested

. ; ing. Be your own boss. Send for free ,' a continuance of the same when she Capt. Clay Johnson, the veteran I to that the Is begun demand there For are at every least building a half there. FOR'CASH. : t

booklet. Tells how. Heacock. A 2144, opens her house to the public again. steamboat man, cam out this week in dozen applicants to buy or rent beforeit ,

.: Lockport, N. Y. a brand new Ford touring car, which he is h'
II Nelson Realty Co. sold .Rev. T. E. from the Hardware completed. -- '''4;I.
Rolfe 20 acres in Pinedale, and he is purchased O'feola "
I Wanted Party to fence 5 acres of
land, plow and sow the land to peUjalso having some' of it cleared. They also Company. A Card From Dr.. M. J. ffidts. Osceola Land and MvestmentCompany
andput sold to Mr.'Brock of Apopka 6 acres in '
.j reliable party to plow 20 acres Mrs. Keros Johnson and children have' ,
it in shape -to, cultivate. Pinedale, and'Mr. McDonald 10 acre. gone to Phosphoria to spend the sum To the Voters of Osceols County.The 'J :,

Nelson Realty Co.t These gentlemen consider landr in mer with Mr.Johnson, who is employed Executive Committee met f '
addition will .-nhance in Value and ,
this as engineer at a large phosphate mineat !
Monday, the 16th, to canvass the re-
: licensed by !Ie fine location .suburban homes i
Dr. J. C. Davis, optician it a that place. -- ,
State Optical- Board can be seen at with good school and church.privileges turns of the first Democratic Primary
- Park Hotel for glasses. Headache of Ret J. 'T. Mitchell, pastor of the Election with the following result for ,I
t relieved with glasses Nelson Realty Co. sold to T. B. Methodist church: is expected to return STATE BANKBUILDING "' "
standing by
yean the Legislature: M. J. Hicks 206, C. S. .. Kissimmee Fla. ,
Dr. Davis. Eyes tested free. Don t Havens of Kansas City 10 acrellnPlne-1 today from a ten days; absence in attendance & uw. ..
Mrs. Acree 186, S. J. Triplett 69 therefore .
neglect children's eyes. 14-tf dale addition, also to upon the District Conferenceat ; .
your through Mr. Havens 10 acres in Pinedale. I Fort Myers, there was no election, and the race will j - _. "

Dr. Breaker has positive information Mr. Havens talks of building cottages have to be run over between myselfand :
on the subject, derived from parties on to order for any one desirous of buying Mrs. A. S. Nelson and daughter,
the ground that the statements made a nice l little home on the installment I Grace, left Wednesday for Wichita Mr. Acree.I \

.' in the book lie is selling in regard to plan, giving them sufficient land to Kan., where,they were called by a tel- take this opportunity of thanking nULL
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"The White Slave Trade/'are not over- raise fruit and poultry. : egram announcing the serious* illness of my friends throughout the county'for The BASS MARKET
Mrs. Nelson's! mother. I
t drawn, but absolutely true. 21-It What came near being a serious accident ',: their loyal support, and trust that I may '
'
i The B. L. Hearn Company, commis- occurred Sunday evening last on Mrs.: A. B. Jarred and Miss Phyllis receive the same in the coming primaryon .. arden Building: One Block from Depot :

.. mission merchants, Atlanta, Ga., will North Main _street about 6 o'clock Jarrell have gone to Lake City to spend June 7th, and that they will also ask .
gladly handle. fruits, vegetables and when the horse which was being ridden a few weeks with relatives:after which their friends to vote for me. '
. melons. Send us first shipped from by the little daughter of Mrs. May field they will go on to the mountains of My plurality over Mr. Acree was 20, Fresh Florida ot all kinds. .

. II .40 your fields. We pay the highest mar- and another small girl took fright and North Carolina for the summer. only nomination lacking over 89 votes both my of opponents.securing the I and Western MEATS ,j. "- ',' --1"-.
the children off .
: stuff to throwing
shipped us. ,
ket price for all ran away
and though not seriously injuring Married at the Presbyterian manse have been assured by a number who
21-1 t. severely-the Mayfield child, althougb at on Friday, May 13th Miss Julia Hum-' voted for Mr. Triplett in the first primary POULTRY. EGGS. FRESH FISH' '",\.

Having secured the services of two this time she l is experiencing but )littleill phreys to Mr. C. C. McGee, both of that they will cast their votes for " L
:' first-class all around mechanics/ F M. her fall. South Carolina. They will make their I me in the next. A great many of the <
effects from '
home in this in the Special Attention to Phone Orders and Free
future. have
.. Benjamin and R. E. Nutting, I am pre- city voters throughout the county advised -

pared to do all classes of plumbing, Rev. Bunyan Stephens writes the Work is rapidly progressing on the me that in the first primary they Delivery to any part of the City. Phone 189 , ,
wind-mill work tin roofing, etc. Allow Valley Gazette from Baltimore that the voted against me on the ground that
my shop to make an estimate on your Florida delegation to the Southern Baptist '' chapter house of the Woman'sthe League, they had been Informed that I was a t
work
work. Step In and inspect our stock.: Convention would leave that city frame being completed will and 'no fence" 'man. I heard of report -
21.2t The Pioneer Plumbing Shop. Monday night via Merchants and Miners Contractor Kelley says that he not before the election, and notifiedmy ,
steamer for J Jacksonville arrivingin be a day behind the contract: time. friends throughout the county to deny .:

Twenty-five to thirty-five per cent I Kissimmee today (Friday), and that The ladies of the Presbyterian church it, and also wrote a number letters 1Ii J..Sharpe&Co.-
and eyeglasses that effect but it the denial iityruitSLore.N _
reduction on spectacles the convention will meet in Jacksonville will give an ice cream and cake festival to seems .
for the next thirty days.. Over five next year. Rev. Stephens will occupy on the lawn in the church Iota on Wednesday did not reach great many. ThereforeI
bbndred pair to be sold at cost. All newgoode his pulpit at the Baptist church May 26th, from 4 until 10 now state positively that I am not a i
,
If you want a cheap pair or-ad next Sunday morning''and evening' Everybody Invited to com and have p. m.a ,. "no fence" man. I Dave lived too long (TN MIT, Pnvfctora DEALERS IN -
;' pair cheap, come in and see about time. In Oaceola county, and know full well
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' lSIt. Satisfaction guaranteed. Mr. R. C. Beach and wife of Marshall good that there are too many people dependent !

DR. P. G. WHITE, Minn., arrived in town Monday, We are authorized by the officer*of upon the cattle business to say Fruit Bread Candy Jt I e
:"\ 12tf Kissirnmee, Fla. being induced| to come here from read- the Board of Trade to state that thereare nothing of the large area of undeveloped i Staple and Fancy Groceries , x

.... Ing the Valley Gazette. Mr. Beach several matters of extreme.Importance . country, to even think of passing a i Cferrs Tobacco -
Want -Y-our property to Bell. If called at this office on Wednesday and that demand Immediate attentionand "no fence" law. Pastry Coffees i
: you have property for sale and are .willing stated that both he and his wife were it is their desire that as many Again thanking my friends throughout : AND COUNTRY PRODUCES r
;;::. to sell it at its honest value, weI delighted with Kissimmee and would members as possible attend the meet- the county for their active support 'Fancy Groceries I

can place it for you and get you the more thai*likely make it their home in ing on Monday night. There is a move- which enabled me to be leading man = ) i ",,,." ,
I' .. money. We have a good clientage in future. Mrs. Beach's health is not the' ment on foot that if carried to a successful and with the assurance that if eleetedI Nf S -

the west, and are prepared to serve I best:, and they believe that ourequable conclusion will mean much to shall strive to serve the best Interest i TUB Bear OOODA IN TOWN KISSIMMEE FLORIDA -A I
your interests faithfully. List.your climate and absolutely pure artesian our town, and it is up to members of of all the people of Osceola county. I am. I- Core !. sad MMhe as .r.v. It. :Z :

t' property with us. water would greatly benefit her if not the Board of Trade to take charge of Very truly yours .. ,J .
....1 1M.1.3Mle MrafMna313MR1ii PHONE ire "
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(. Nelson Realty. perfect a complete cure. the matter. I 21-lt M. J. HICD.I :,ii,- --:-\;, ', .

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run over and killed by a cab and that

THE He *p.r.d His Ou..t the "Unpleaiant not even, a taxIcab. It was a poor The Proper Way to Feed Csg and f
QRAYSTONE Uttl) Detail.; kind of an end for a bird with sucha Teach the Birds Ideal FertilizersSIZE

Two.fiends,, one a prosperous lookIng record.-London Telegraph As few people who own parrots real '

A am Mi ni TIM t .\ buslneoa, man a Del...t.be..otber at I Old ly know how to care for them, a few .
"Button
least well -dressed, chanced to meet English Laws About ,coo 'rules may be of Interest. AND k'
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2.60 to S.60 per day. not long ago, and ,the aocond,gentleman Buttons have engaged' the attentionof As to their food. It should be seeda. QUALITY

Special by week or month. :IL I: remembered that'It was hla turn legislators .even more frequently canary, heo\p\ (but not too much),.millet Our citrus; booklet entitled FERTILIZING '
,than bats. Five acta, have been pass FOR SIZE AND
i to "buy tbe dinner," eo they were aoonrepalrl.wtto boiled maize. linseed, rape and the QUALITY is now ready for distribution. ,
I.W. TWMM. rtsa.. I.B. POTTER Mgr j ed to protect the button industry The article on citrus cul
a fashionable restaurantTbelr like. Bread soaked In hot water Is ture is of special interest this when
season size and
be
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food given a day and fruit In so easily influenced, and when the
orders were generous, and tbey unrepealed An act of George I. Infllcts grower: so keenly realizes the importance -
moderation and in variety Is wholesome of producing a far-oy product.
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lingered tbe ,
over
long good thing" not
a penalty of 40 shillings on any such as grapes,. apples and Following the article Ie a full der nption of our IDEAL formulas
forgetting cigars at the ondr- person using or selling "bnttons madeof for
G. E. TAKACH pears, an occasional, raisin and lettuce summer application. ,
Wben they felt that they; really bad cloth, serge, drugget, frleae or' cam Ideal Fruit and Vine Manure
to leave or' else pay rent the boat let.
AGENT FOR showed a bit of fidgetiness and requested This law, says the London Dally Gray parrots are very fond of rice W &-T.'s Special Fruil and Tine :Manure
and almost all parrots appreciate rice
Standard Cypress Incubators , that the other go outside and Mail, was a source of intense annoy podding- and hare 'a taste, too, for 'Peruvian Fruit and Vine,Manure '
wait for him; that there was an "un- ance to foreign visitors and the author
bread and, batter. Meat Is bad for '
and Supplies I IJ W. & T.'s ffigJi Grade Fruit and Yine
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pleasant little detail" bo wished to of "Le Parlslen a Londrea a guide
fresh wood should
them. Clean be Booklet-IDEAL
discuss. with the/proprietor and could written In 1789 is careful to explain RESULTS FROM IDEAL FERTILIZERS--
given them to cnaw-bSUI of elm birch,
ciTe pictorial proof of the merit of above brands.
its GET: ITI
not think of entbamsslaj; his friend provisions at considerable length.He .
larch and chestnut Fresh dry gravel Call on our local agent
A by baring him overhear It. The adds, however, that foreigners
must be sprinkled at the bottom of WATEltS & CARSON GROCERY
friend did as requested, stepping out- "*I?o are able to prove that their the cap every day and fresh waterbe CO.,
aSda and waltihg at the nearest corner. clothes were made In their own country put In the class. or addressWllson

He had been waiting only about five escape the penalty when first summoned ItImportant that parrots should & Toomer Fertilizer Co. .
minutes when ot a sudden the door of, on the understanding that they lave the opportunity to stand flat footed - Florida11e: :

the restaurant flew open, and hla erstwhile change their buttons within twenty- so If the <"are baa wires at the

boat shot through It as from a four hours)" bottom It Is well to remove them. Always

'da apult, followed by some moat uncomplimentary to have his claws clasping around -
;, terms. Lively Tim. In BilfvUI. perch Is Injurious to any bird
ERG STANDARD INCUt3VOR.r "What's wrong?" was the first Injutry ""Well air" said the 'Blllvllle cm- ,I and two perches of different size are ; ....

rVs Proof-tosursMs.{ of the waiting friend Ben, "ef they ain't a power o' confusion advisable so that he may chance his N. BASS
In tbe skies after awhile 111 give
"Ob at wilL
nothing much was the answer posture
BREEDER OP "except that the *aiipleaaant littie It upr"What's When a parrot continues to scream
detail' I had to dlscnos with tbe the trouble" be was asked be wants water or food or feels ill

White ,Wyandottes proprietor' was that I had no moneyto '"Well over yander Is Deacon Jonespraylu' and uncomfortable or maybe Is mere- I CONTRACTOR and BUILDERDoes '

FLA. pay for the dmnem.' "-PMteburg ter rain an' jest 'crost tbe way ly dulL Mu,lc, which he loves will
Box 622 KisaiuMEE,
Oacette-Tlme to Elder Brown pertltlonln fer dry, cheer him up at all times.A .

II ,an' the whole poperlatlua's' crowdln' t trouu' parrot learns to talk only from General Contracting and Building and Furnishes Esti-
bettln' wblch'll win. An' the one who speaks slowly and distinctly -
very
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A FAMOUS mates on Structures of an size Dimensions
GOOSE or whether
high sheriff's done Barred notice to all '
F. H. JENKINS to him and preferably when he ,
it
be aTwo-Room
I i Cottage or Tourist Hotel
of'em to appear In court an' answer Is about to fall asleep Last, but not ,
Peter, the Pet of the Cold- --
Englwti
i to the charge o' gamblln'; lu futures least a parrot should be carefullycovered
stream Guard Makes a .Spocialty of boring .ARTES.LAN...WELLS/ '
'. i an he says he'll gtt enough cash out at nlgbL-Londo MaIL8m.1I .
,- 'aYidDrafting' ,Possibly the most remarkable crew o' the,Kni'K.to finish the artesian ,wet1 in which he has met with the greatest success '

Surveying ture ('\'cr"atinchPd to a'regiment was an' paint the town hall,"-Duels R I .of any nrtan fn Florida.< _
Peter the'r fanuxiM goose of the mus' Magaxlne.! Audlcne / f
CoMstrp.uin guMnlH ThIs curkus pet j -I Bacon-Did you say the professor always Give him your work and it "'
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a i I wall presented| to the ld reamers Guarded Hit B B.rdAs Ej\'hprt-No count he ten before counted be speaks will be well and. quickly done. lS.lSSim n1ee, FI a.
; only eight atyrKterda1'
I when they won In Cauadn by the late
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Sir TLouiHH More Laid\ his bead leeture.Yonkp"
Statesman

I lion AdolpbuH Orllv..Jand) siren It acquired
Ion the block he begged th|> executioner: .
OFFIOK FRATERNITY HALL a tame'wbkb cllmed that of .
to wait s moment while '
f le carefully -- -
all rivals in I to way of pots In the - -
FJ.A placed" bin beard out of/reach of the I I HI. Proof. ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
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IISSl\1l\IEE.! army. I ax, for, he said "It bath not commlt- Mrs. Toungwlfe-What have + + ++++++++++++++++++++
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., n-- guard was mounted of n I "
----- -- n ted treason which reminds of
: : one ever done to prove your love for met
I morning Peter always marched off the story of Simon Lord Lovat. who I Mr. Youngwlfe-Darling. I've contracted THE CASH. STORE
with them. It I. recorded that
C W. Griffin '_ ,one the day before bill execution on Tower ; a lovely case of chronic d7'pePaIa..Jodp. .
the saved life
night goose a efttl7" '
hill bade the opel'lltor'wbO' shaved him i -. ,
I by flying In the face of a rebe4 wbo be cautious not to cut bis throat as I - 'First Door North of Postoffice ))|jr"
''I was just going to fire at the soldier. I!
such
an accident would cause disappointment -
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Graceries'FRESH Peter's timely aid disconcerted the Remember ;yon mast dto. Let this ........-.
to the gaping crowd tbemorrow.
FAMILY: on Mt startle ;you but let It soften yon
rebel who fired at random. Tb. sentry -
: Immediately responded by shooting .-English Magazine.Taking while there 1 Is ;ret Ur..tti do some There you will find SHOES, :HATS,
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, _AND- tb* rebel dead. Chsnoos. food' In the,world | | DIY GOOD i AND NOTIONS
'I Wbea the guards cane borne and "Wby don't you get an automobile - -- /. allot best

't MEATS were Quartered In London one of the "1 don't know whether I could manage A, VANS AGNEW quality and lowest
P. prices.
ighta when tbe regiment marched one or not. I .
, "' out w'1I to see Peter strutting at the I
Delivery, Every Day at Any Hour -A poor argument You took thesame
bead of tbe battalion till tbey passed, chance, didn't you when yon acquired - I ATTORNEY AT LAW......... | Call Before Buying Elsewbere-
Patronage Solicited tbe barrack gate, when the goose r. a wlfer'-Louisville Oonrler- I I AND' NOAARY PUBLIC, I
turned. Unhappily Peter's' fate was
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LIsa Ann, .
-' THE STUDY OF LlZA gleefully. GENERAL DIRECTORY ,. ,. t I/o yw.

Motor Boat her of the beautiful .. .. 'II-, .- -
,'" and jewels She Of the-Churches Fraternal Sod- '"
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with startled, widen-
Jfonstnkable, 16 feet long, seats seven A Character That(Was Not -c'elks"of Kissimmet.CHUfcCHES. .. '

comfortably, speed 8|, milei an hour. '
she demanded.. .1 :WARM '
Aright the WEATHERNECESSITiFS -
by
Author.
Equipped with 3-horsd Ferro engine, ," Stantod answered, -

reverse gear, storage battery, reversible .. "Is only a roman . \
folding )azy-back seats, cork-filled By 'AQNE9' G.'.ROGAN. ,- -." f -. \

cuahiona, lockers under seats,'. pilot (Copyright 1HQ, by American Press. ," the girl bunt out ..BAPTIST.Bunyan . I\ ;: : -

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r ble any angle and heighjth. and used for Lawrence Stanton 'had gained bad left him. Sunday Schoo19.45.. m.-N.C. Bryan, -Hj- ., .

cockpit cover when boat'a. at anchor. reputation as a great author- be4 amusedly. He superintendent. "

/f:Aaa'rean Motor Boat:,care this paper.. I a faithful. portrayal of types.: would come back to Preaching a. tn, and.7.45 p. m L.,. >*"" __

.. I IQOQaQQQQDa termined now to combine did. Be found her ;Prayer meeting 7.45 Thursday evening. REFRIGERATORS .
r with pleasure and taker a trip to trystlng place on B.Y. B. U.:7.45.Friday evening. '. .

.. aaOCCKk. unfrequented mountainous : be..,.- :pale Ant in going tbe away.moou-' Visitors always welcome. : .ICE BQXES' AND . .k

where he might come In contact _. '

,For Sale the people! and make a study of Lira Ann!" be PRESBYTERIAN. . WATER COOLERS

In brder to weave a story about 4 at"him dumbly S. S.; Snyder; pastOr, )

He especially desired to find one back, UtUe one-' -xthe Sunday School 9.45 a, m.-=Ct'O. F. 1 all sizes at '- J

At Sacrifice Prices acter, an Ignorant and attractive "You mast not forget Parker,superintendent. .
but you shall lead me up Christian Endeavor 6.30 .
girl; though many could e..l p. m moderate prices ,
, while I tel-fop Preaching every second and fourth .
4 swer the first requirement, the '
26 acres of fine land fqr all was-always missing until be met missed you since we Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. m. mmmMosquitoes

i kllldsof fruit 'trees. 8 acres This was the .day that be had I her dark and solemn Prayer meeting and choir practice r ,

, cultivated and vinderhog-proof lowed tbe lonely trail up and ; \ will never- come Thursdays before the second and fourth ,

it wire fence. 'Good house 5 through sunshine and shadow, .Sundays at 7:00 p. m. -. 'f" .

::1 rooms; barn and wagon sheds. came upon her suddenly I where I "Well," he answerj Visitors frost cordially invited to all ., .
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t' wells. 140 fruit trees of waa sitting upon a fallen log. !I j will be the. book to Cervices. .*. .. -- ,

') all kinds in bearing; 12 grape aroee, startled at Stanton's "- : '-- : '.

vines of choice varieties. Sub- "Don't go," be said quickly. Ann In tbat same CHRISTIAN. v I .

):* soil of yellow and brown clay. only restlvg for a few momenta." I "you will marry the A. M. Chisholm, pastor.
. She hesitated, at her ,
It miles from Kissimmee pulling Preaching first, second and third Sun- <
strings undecidedly as he lit hi* reply to thla. .OoodI
i : days_of_each month! at 11 a. m. and 7.45p.
Then overcame maid he saId -
limits curiosity I
19 in city good
' acres m."' -
-house and out-buildings, with "Wtar you from r' she asked. book to you and re Bible School 9.45 a. m.-A. W. Winn, Fliesan- :
4 He waved a hand indefinitely man who wrote It
5 acres bearing orange grove, I ". superintendent; A. L Davidson; assistant ,
the east. "My borne Is over there you always.
16 fine truck land artesian ,
acres ;
superintendentChristian
said. And yours? Tbe girl book.! she burst
well that flows'over
a smile at him and imitated the Endeavor every Sunday
100 gallons per minute. movement of his arm. bIB arm about ber, evening at 6.30 p. m. 4

_p .information. writer "Up thar," she answered. from him and went Prayer meeting and choir practice ev-
Stanton- laughed Got a I up tbe narrow path ery Thursday at 7.45 p. m. '
Ii.a-. J.4JN"X: : : < /OOSIGNALS -
r father?" be asked. She nodded bank lay Bathed ALL INSECTS
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oroualy. watching, saw METHODIST.Jaa. _
. r OjJ_QLtitQQOQr: 18-U'OOOOQClCQOC.
< ." "And what Is your Dame, Cfc i here and then T. Mitchell, pastor.
the mountains?' downward upon the
Preaching every Sunday and
She resumed her seat upon the Ut a cigar leisurely evening.. morning can elkept|( out of doors if you get proper
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OF DISTRESS
log "Liza Ann." Ibe answered I valise. Still the lit
motionless. "Strange Sunday Schools! a. m. -J. M. Lee, t
then, "What you here for?" SCREENS
. "I am here," said -Stanton be said musingly and superintendent.Prayer ., ...
I KlfiBimraeo People Should Know "to obtain\ Information which rnev; downward. meeting every Thursday for your doors and., windows. a Y

Them. valuable to me in the production accumulated during night. I .
How to Read and Heed.
book." and he was very I Choir practice every Saturday night. We carrya complete line! of doors and '
4 Sick kidneys give many signals of distress. time reaching
. Liza Ann looked puzcled after_ ,, '
returned to tbe book adjustable window screens that
The secretions are dark, contain. a Did you ever read u book, i
to and fro as wan EPISCOPAL!: .
sediment. child 1" '
" Passages arefrequentscaptypainful.\ She shook her head thinking out tbe de Kev David t D. Kldd, rector. will fit any window

.. Backache is contant day and night. "nave you ever been away I Often be would pause I>ff Services. every second and fourth Sunray -
, frequent of LJza Ann wblcu-i! I
Headaches and dizzy spells are ,
home Llca Ann, farther away at 11:00: a. m. t
wekkened need. quick the vllage1""Never, .upon the mantelshelf. Communion 2nd Sunday at morningservices. :
The kidjieys Inspiration from]
been nowhar said tbe
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help. ber laughing facef
I e Don't delay! Use 'a special kidney contentedly. Then abe looked stood near in a gold. Guild! meeting! every first Tuesday. i

"ooan's a woman serene and 1r .
Kidney Pills) cure sick kidneys,
backache and urinary disorders. wearing[ a wonder FRATERNAL SOCIETIES. .
Kissimmee evidence proves this statement I ended his walk '
and seated him "

Mrs. T. J. Byrd of KiBsimmee, Fla: "1 0a paper; then, with a MASONIC. ,
. ays: "I suffered from backache and be looked more Orange Blossom Lodge No. 80, F. &

f pajns in my kidneys. That my kidneys ; page. Tbe pic A. M., meets first and third Monday
were weak was shown by the unnatural 'C'i"mantelshelf In some nights in each month at 7.30 o'clock in I :
condition of secretion When I hadDoan's OSCEOLAHARDWARE .-
a bad een trans Fraternity Hall.J. .
Kidney Pills brought no- :11c'
tice, I procured a box from the K18s rny m- before him. Liza M. Hansell, W M..
: mee Drug Co. an their use. a fallen log, tbe old W. M. Carson, secretary "

.1 ... They brought mil.rehel and. Improved i her tangled curls, .
"
.. my condition in every way. I out upon the world
For kale by all dealers. Price 50 cU. In ber eyes. Be- KNIGHTS OP PYTHIAB.

Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo N. Y., sale Stanton read, "MlaaI Friendship Lodge, No. 10, meets every
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If"', agents for the United States. l. who Is appearing at Wednesday night at 7.00 o'clock in Fra- .
Remember the name--Doan s-and
I I this week in The ternity Hall.
take no other.
. Lisa Ann." F. C, Bryan chancellor commander.R. .
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m'an turned to the O.Meek keepeaof records ahd seal. I-,' ,'
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KissimmeeGranitoid \ : : "Miss Judith J<'r- COMPANY t. f;\'.. ',,,.,.,,\:\I t! J,. ''. <<
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, Stone Works Star theater this l_*"' PYTHIAN SISTERS: .., f :? :r''I\ I ": ',
' play which. has been f
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Makes everything in Cement., line, for' her by Henry KisBimmimmer Temple, No 21, meets . TO.F.,\, , _,1\\''
such as Blocks1'lers for Houses. Ce- has been pend every Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock,

xbent Sidewalk Tile, Porch Columns, months In a remote except the fourth Thursday, at which ... .
Sewer Tile Stone Steps Chimney
one-half resting after an time meeting will be held at 7:30. -
lone. Can saTe you nearly
OB piers and I Is better than brick, one season and study Pearlie E: Bryan, M. E. C., ,
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& 'half the expense: on cblmnevs. mannerisms of the :Mabel R. Overstreet, M. of R. &: C. _ _" _ ___ _n < _ t
V.all do general oonlractlnfr In building live upon the stage OSCEOLA CAMP NO. 79, W. O. W.
out of wood stooe or brick. Cement production of The "'
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work In All I,nee. All work of LIsa Ann.' There Meeting nights second and fourth i
naranteed first-class. 1p Tuesdays at 7.30 p. m. "
( I actresses. There '
Agent for the celebrated Courtright. ...-: Jerrold and abe will H. T. Stanford, C. C.' I Do You II

metal Shingle.; Ilbal ."1'00 WILL H&BBT TUB BKAUTIFtjI and tears with W. B. Johnson, Clerk. i Appreciate .

f B. DICKERSON, P ori''. him. "Tell me about that.. place.- Ann." --

!" -- -- you come from." to bIB feet, It was Gen. a 0. Howard Post G. A. R. i ACCURACY,
And Stanton told ber. see ber tonight, must

Slowly tbe sun sank down certainty the truth. Meets the first and third Wednesday. PROMPTNESS, I t
tall trees. Liza Ann slipped to he entered 1 the the in each month at 2 p. m. $ I

ground "I'm goln'," .be said. the performance r. Fraternity Hall. Visiting Comrades PURITY '" 'd" -
"You will come here tomorrow The great actress cordially invited. COURTESY, ."" i

J "W. L. WINNri :: : I boon Will you not?" Stanton Impromptu reception O. DERBYSHIRE, G. E. TARBOX, \ I \i" t I;
lie Intended 'to have his notebook after the play, so he I and hat feeling of satisfaction in KNOWING you hai the Best

\' PHYSICIAN! AMI 8I1RIJIjON.: I .him then. "1" wUl bring a through the crowd Adjutant___ Commander. Obtainable at the Lowest Price? Then phone ua your 'wants, f' .

i' a..e.rea PHONB.. :n:. gterrreA .. show you with pictures of tbe ber. She advanced Preaching at SL Cloud and we assure you that satisfaction wtll yours.. -- :--:-- -.-. -
;; Omen Pno |W7. FLoaJOA.I we have been talking about." graciously extended
.___ _ __ Liza Ann smiled delightedly. mocking light Phone Sunday school every Sunday at 9.30 "
KISSIMMEE
I'll come," she drawled, and 8 a. m. Preaching first and third Sun- DRUG CO. .
W. W. CARSON D. D. S. "
laughingly, 1 am dis I
how sbe could at 10:30a.m.and second
wopdered run so days 6.45p. m., Phone 41Shoe iNMI1MNNftrbM
I DENTAL PARLORS and gracefully up the mountain apology Is that and fourth Sundays at S p. m. tf. .
I RIVERS BUILDING In tI heavy shoes that were so so long* tbe I t
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became Irresistible "' "' ,
" OVER OSCEOLA PHARMACY sizes too large. : tAVe
y lie had just. settled himself of your delightful
8 TO 12 PMONItoa and longed to see W. C- BASS
:- OFFICE HOURS j ,1 TO. 5 ably at the same picturesque spot tbe unsophisti- I
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the following day when Liza
I' ;:---- -- -- - - ------ peared Her shyness seemed to so truly as to de. New k', '
Store
r a student of types Wholesale and Retail
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, ; T. jtt. RIVERS, //ft. D, vanished his sallies, for then she responded silently been satisfactory to Dealer I ir: ( ;

1 fear, to
, PH SICIAN AND SURGEON pages of the book which he will find that many

i.;; nme over Oaceola-eslden'e Pharmacy 63: time.brought pausing,to while look. Stanton up at her wrote.from 'Ingenuous you at tbe sayings time Fresh Beef, : Pork and Ladies'' Gent's\and Children's Shoes. .- r 7


PHONES' j Deice 148 Sbe came again and again at from tbe play HIGH GRADE AND UP-TO-DATE {
seen tonight. \
J man' bidding to sit beside him Mutton I
grew very stern. "A j
Worked. Stanton studied her
\ book will have to rrlTASMani'BASISErr
: rA. G. ThomasonPHYSICIAN and emotions as a naturalist said. "Tbe Incident See MARSH &, WHIDDEN

Di alyze somewonderful butterfly, one for PHONE 4t.Sprigg. 6 ,
the book progressed rapidly.
wearing the me'1 STATE BANK BUILDING
brought his camera, too, and ----- -- '
[ and SURGEON many successful, pictures of tbe during b she the appears last, --- -- ------- 1 1J

ent Uttle subject. Tbe on. little creator Is ...
Office Phone 64 Residencel126, pleased him most was that of into a great FlemingCLEANING

_: 1r - Ann Just*as'he had first seen ber looked up at the man I

l I I sunshine sifting down through wide eyed reproach PLUMBING AND STEAM: PITTING
L p GAME LAW leafy trees to rest upon bar girt Again ,
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Thar I* .e ".",. > Wt face. This, be deeMed, would m ber lying prone In PRESSING
__ .ny n,. hums,. charming frontispiece for the cud '
t ,.. DYEING L. B. CRISSMANOsceola
book. She was proud of the
I PLANK'S CHILL TOniC very slowly, "it may have ;
of tbe which he REPAIRINGword MITE- .
.. photograph gave -
1 Jr.c..t-d tA> .I. M. for your book. Mr. f
Urfah Chill'Mid F..,r'. II.- So the,golden days passed, and ignorant lovable Hardware Co. .
unM bottle 2r..,. 9ouncOld 'M ti
4 b.ttlsWu. .Aak the drug when the early moon came : but it waa rather ,
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.... over the mountain peak they you think, for poor word at my home sod clothe ]Forty Years Experience in Large Northern Cities. I

walk together up and np the L will\ be called lor and returned.. '
for aale at this office Only First-class Workmen Employed. .
papers pathway. On one of these nod abe d" e ...
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i* 10 Cants a hundred. told her such of the .
parts story to greet a new Ad- Windmill and Pump Material ,.
Large desk blotters lUc at this office thouKht she might turned to follow ber, SatlsfactionlGunra.nteec( ...
+ f I winsome girl 'who lived In a log_ ., then silently made : L i I PHONE 88 Always bn Hand. KISSIMMEE, 5. "

borne, and dressed. in calla.cl the night .

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COURSE !! and for a change, to break the monot-l' For Sale / 1 profits very little to earp money in the I Petition to be presented to the

ony, they go! from city to city 'I ( : : fields if, because of negligence the Board of Public Instruction of
i ip State-exercisinRhv intime fair, 40 acres of land quarter of a mile from house and barn, are decaying for want
station half from school and I I \ Osceola County. ..-onTues- F FENOU L E ENO
Mr. Shanibarger Writes of f the Soils \ rigid. economy. seerrriqKly, in part quarter of paint if tools are rusting in the
p church. Land all lies
O.Wo. .
just rolling day June: 7th. 191
as we would Bay; to "kilPtirneNow, weather and the stock not thriving{ because -
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T. of florida ran this IM remedied7 Insuccess a .lIlturll.l enough to drain good; has about 15 of the. lack of intelligent atten klx< umionriitned tiustincMl plot'tort*. u ho pity
cl..aredlud; fenced good\ 4-room utid. .......t.. in
acres real peraonal proiKirty
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Editor Valley Uazzettc. in Florfda ever to be1 who maybe tion. It takes brains to l.e a Huocossfulfarmer. I
house, stable. sufficient bearing iilmtnct K' mentioned{ Iwlow. do ri'MMMlfulllx >
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' I It'may be of some interest especially calhil\ reasonable. proposition- ; I Southern Shipper. l >titton yuut Jlonorabk'tttxly Ui call arfrUM-Mrtn m INSECTS
.for -4 miles from
family only
ranges ;
, ' to a certain portion of your readers to this we must acknowledge, ,is still in its I 'i i infancy. K 'Imm"e. This will make a splojiditl: BREAD WITHOUT FLOUR. ..haIlIM"'UI..e a hi>eeUI tae ...li.x.l clixtrict for GERMS
know something more about the particulars -
' homerqr someone who desires to be tlupuriMiM- of lf>SIng un.t l colldMinK, a diHtrlrt
\ and the outcome .of the winter's I At this point, one or two juontionK< DISEASE
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,'. well local Parisian Proc.ss by Which Whol.I.Wh.st t.chM>l tax Jar (h. exclllHive of I'uhlic fnoHchoolK
\ work in respect- to the correspondencecourse from the liet of "examination papers wiUtin the Hiatrtt-L i til wit
I Grain Is Used.
; on agriculture more specifically ( recently gone through (in the foregoingcorrellpond..nc Splendid\ liohH' in city on marl road; Parisian bread Is made without flour i lU'irinninit Mt N U cur 01 Swtion: 'IktwitKhip: 2'South Where "FENOLE" is used
highest point ill Kt .simmee; beautifully of Range o) Kant. IUMH UIt'"'''' South on
course
h on soils-as given (in this instance) i ,' ) would seem to In a machine that transform the
Section Mmtu l anal, tinny onth-weKterh in
shaded corner; (Ii i rehouse, also a | -
r ." by the the University of Floriilu locutpd be' of interest just here. wheat Into dough. The machine consists center of canal to where canal enters lake Toho-

,: '' at Gainesville I Question 3. "Explain how you would tenent house; some peat and orange mainly of a large screw turning I Itckalisa. thence in a North-wl..rl dour_ along Amber color, does not stain e
-trees; good well; land fencer chickens dlv-uling 2V and 3"''. furniture, or fabric. Harmlnsa to
lake to Mango line
build .soil? What would loosely In whose inner margin
i. The course, it may be ..aid. was very \ up a Handy crops a case on surface -
; good chicken house cow 1 KH sta- thence North on said range line to North-went human animal or' fowl life if
Is a thread running In
? screw an
and much at you use Why. I
searching thorough; so so, used\ Instant deathto
cornel of Section :WTuwnHhlp South of liamcefi as directed.
t". "'" times as to make one feel like giving it Question !9. 'Which are most liableto bles and a splendid loc@tion,with sb<- I opposite direction. Kant, thence Kant to""lnl..1 iN'''innitiH.K. Roaches Hedbugs Mosquitoes,

I up. Some ot the questions apparently loss faom heavy rains leaching it ficient ground for poultry farm and Between the amlu thread. on the I' l:. r.rtin J. M.Shan>csll. M. Part 1n.. J. A. Fleas Moth Antw Chicken Mites

., going beyond the text book Kiven, and I through the aoil-nitrogen or potash?" growing; truck. This place contains cytrmlcr are smaller threads and the Barclay S. C. I'artln. W D.Kiinmimn. Clay; I'artm, and Lice and all Virmm. Destroys
depth- Germs and sterilizes the '
!about three acres and can be bought at groove grows Andrew "immons. "
still
inducing research as available! in other :,I And a question finer Would b.?, a bargairf and on favorable terms of I smallers
: '(V and more distinct works on chemistry as between mrtrogen and phosphoric ? so that it wftivhold the entire wheat m4tGuardian's are purified by its use.QUART .

;." .. 1 .v such as the composition and analysis I acid-or lime. payment grain 'as It enter* the machine nnd I - - -- -
We have lIevl'raI6-acre tracts inrPine"
of water, that of atmosphere and this.I Still again, question 2, of lesson 2. will accommodate ohij the pulverized I
I
c 7" dale a beautiful suburban addition, Notice. .75
"What kind of matter is deficient in ;
in its various forms as that in malarial wheat at the exit
I[ bank make it soil finely located, and covered with I Notice is hereby" a ....n that the underpinned GALLON $2.5.O
localities! ; and that: before and after being to fertle ? Whatkind The wheat. Is prepared bj a thorough I
l pretty 'pine trees that have never been guardian of the person and .tate of V.ro Crews, SPRAYER .50
i l is needed in washing after which ifttout
breathed by man or animals,-the a bag? What do you I, a minor child of J. F. Crews, deceased, will make
to cender each fertile boxed.. Let us show you this addition pint of tepid water to a pound of g 1 [ -
effectof the same again that while it : do ? application to th. County Judge of; Oaceola Conn- ,

e might be injurious to man, it might be ; In a Wnrd. if we could have an agri- and what a fine place can be made with is added and. the M'holes allowed to" :Florida at hlaoffic. Klaelmmee.. on Monday, I We are sole distributors for ;

quite different for the nourishment. of cultural school in every county seat in location advantageous for school and stand about six hours. At the end of the 'n! day of Me,.. 1910. .t 10 o'clock a. m. for Kisaimmee and St. Cloud. Wrile 1 1I
this time. the of wheat hare sell at public sale/ all the "Fenole. "
church privileges. 'grains an ordeNto private or I or 'phone os about
plants. And so on, 'with various of the Florida, and to which man, till he is, We are selling Park Garden 10-acre swollen' to double their ordinary size. right tltl.T'mterast and claim of the seM.minor In .

other simple elememts in physics or in say 75 years'of age could have access I It is then mixed:: with the yeast and and to the foltoMmr described land lying and be.I OSCEOLA PHARMACY4Kissimne.
of land citizens
this would be tracts to many good In said tbwn.county and state, to wit !
too situate
nature;-so much is diversity oft advantages ll none good- alt and poured Into the machine. It lug I .
t to bewilder and to looking to what the writer believes will who will beautify and improve them, Lot 4 of block of RoMKtiBaas' addition to the .. '
L study, as discourage falls between the threads of the mor- i SEMINOLE PHARMACY. *. St. Cloud
e : objections
City Ail having
and they are being purchased by a class town of Klailmmee" <<: Mreons :
the average .tuden ,/f..ling that the someday be possible, namely, that log screw and of the fixed contrary to the granting of eaidoider will file the I 19-M' "

P scope is such as (\plead him beyond the Florida will sustain, right off its soil, of citizens that will make it a' very de- crew,.which simultaneously crush the same with th.County Judge aforeSMd on or be- 'I .
------ --- -
i the heaviest of in sirable neighborhood to live in. The envelopeand of the mak fore said date. I : -
t : limits of his possibilities and his previous population any state body grain

:, attainments; yet it will be found to be I the Union there being an all-year. fact that excellent- flowing; wells can ing of them a homogeneous mixture PEARL ADDISON> I J. M. W1L.L.8ON, JR.,
I.
be had and the ;soil of the Guardian of Vero Crews, a mln ,
\ round being very which forms a smooth paste.
t' the more.and season and practically so littlewaste
more interesting as one Seth WO. 17-H
\ best'kind in the country makes this Bread obtained by this process contains Ft Pierce. Kla. Anrll I NOTAItPU l.IC. . l
proceeds.The land. Jacob Shanibarger.A --- -- # -
i
:' I property most desirable, and choice locations a succession of holes whose size STATE AT L.AHGK.il .

fact is that farming in Florida Successful Contractor.As are tiding rapidly taken up. Increases as they approach the crust; Order To Do Business. Estate Agent.
I
involves agricultural knowledge to an which Is thin. The odor given oft Is Treasury Department. State ot Flori.. Office of I '
\ Better and of it
/ r I get busy secure some KsslMMEE: FLORIDA
" 4 extent rule must live in Comptroller Tallahassee-No. r.7Whereas .
perhaps required scarcely anywhere a general a man most agreeable and tar more pronounced

r, else; there has been! a succession a town for several years before he can now. than that'of ordinary baker's bread. by satisfactory evlden& presented-to :
We to furnish most has been mad..to thata
are prepared any the undersigned it appear I I'
,ri i or following of several generations on hope to take rank with and receive'kind of a proposition desired, and are -Chicago Tribune I banking aaaocistion undsr the name of Cltl .n. ;; J. W. SIMPS '.

_, the same soil, on the same land at the equal patronage with the foremost business Bank of K"". nmee located Kissimmet. Florida,
4 ready to serve our clients faithfully
... same homestead;; thus familiarizing the men, but such has not been the inter- H. Kn.w. 1 and organised under the Laws" of Florida, h.. I DENTIST. t:
} and show to :
our property anyone
compiled with all the provision. Inquired to b.
rising generation with all the details case with Mr. M. Kelley contractorand "Bay. I
ested. pa. compiled with by the Banking I I..ws. of the State Upstairs In Katz Building.
t and the minutia of the soil well builder who came to Kisslmmee "Well what 111 H? '
keeping 21 tf Nelson Realty Co ef Florida before an association shall be authorized l.1) a. m. too 12 m.
OFFICE lIou".
; built up; all this, in addition to having less than eight months ago and l is today - --- --, ,- - "Pa. what is alfalfa! l to commence th. mislnoM of Banklnir. J 1:30: t.o. 6:30: p. m. t
,s learned by long experience, the char regarded as one of our foremost I1 "It's a slang term forty ,takers, eon," Now Tb refore. I. A. C. Croom. Comptroller of Telephone. 76. Jun 6, ITT.OFF1CEIOF .
I Coming Eclipse of the MoonOn the bo resumedhis of Florida. by virtue of authority vested ?
replied city man as the Stale
,
-
acter and strength; of the soil to begin business men, he by his superior knowledge - -- -------' -- '-
Z702 of the General Statutes of
novel.-Washington Herald. In me by Section
with. In Fonda all this is largely of how buildings of any character, the night of the 23d )inst at 11:30 -' the State of Florida, certify that the Cltlsen. COUNTY JUDGE. KIBSTaiaUCB

t'' ", .... different! -different: in, so many ways,_ 'cost or.size should be constructed forceing
t or particulars, that one is puzzled tot i his way in a short time to' th 'posl. will be total according to the astron- "Who was the man In the Iron- th.State pf Florida U authorized to commence I.F. ;? .

UF determine all these differences. And in 1 lion that QaOally requires years of labor omers, the eclipse:: will be total;meaning mask 4 the buslnMS of Banking stock,. under ef Thirty the 1"1.name" 'thou.-above- ATTORNEY-AT.-LAW a ; ,
with
given a capital
t some sense it might; seem that Florida ad! the expenditure of money to attain. that the whole of the moon will be obscured . "I don't remember the catcher's sandaollars.' Practice In Circuit Court. Land Tide uLmara

,+ ia good only or at.'least chiefly for the lie has built and is building some of the by the earth's shadow for a name but I can tell you who pitched.", Given under my hand and sea'l( of office thistwentyeigH.h and ln d.A..knoh..Mtrm..IJI Della AKreranenta.taken,' Ku.. drawn.

salubrity of its climate; and this being best houses in our town and In every short time. The first point of contact I --Mew York Pre day of March A D One Thousand -

& conceded, that it is highly valuable for instance has given entire satisfaction to will take place at 10:05 on the night of I, I Nine Hu'it..nd. \ A.Ten.C. CROOM. We S. HARWELL ;
refusing to listen to secrets on*
this consideration perhaps that should those who have entrusted him with their May 23d !and will be total at 11:30 p.m. By unlimited U-8t Comptroller\ Htete of FloridaNotice
The eclipse will last for about fifty min-\ la saved trouble.; --.- --- ---. --. - --- REAL ESTATENotary
& "be enough; but'for how much more is work. It matters not whether the
_.
Florida valuable? This is the grf'at, and building is to be of brick stone, woodor utes and then the moon will begin -to ,, - to Creditors Public at Large

seemingly insolvable problem. How iron Mr. Kelley is thoroughly competentHo. come from the earths shadow, and ina Notice of Final Settlement .and Sotli* IH hereby given tocrHilllom, bolos anddiKtrlbiitPftj OHice over iloberson's PharmacyKISS1MMEK. }"
short while will be free again. < of the eatate of Temple A, Minx,'
build it and those who en-
of the
much a population subsistingoff' : 'I Application for Discharge.TO ; . FL.Atafe
resources of her soil, will Florida ever gage him will receive the best of workin ,This eclipse takes place on the nightof deceawlthat Ihavoboeu appointedadminlstator .. ----....---,.
q named tato., mud
ALL WHOM IT MAT CONCERN: of the above o tUalall
" be abe! to sustain? According to some, return for their money.Photography_. _-. the next full moon and will not Notice In hereby given that the undersigned .persnnahaving rlftlinn nBHlnnt the estate' innnlprMtont sa

'. '_-'. and psrhapa.many. thia question is Well -- -- --- detract any from the vision of lIalley'slcOlylet an ffuanllan of Ira W l I...a, minor will on Monday them duty aiithntinau for anttlompnt

,r to be let alona. According to tHo views as that start of the l perambular I I the mil
orbit will have already been sunk in the I I o'clock .. in prowent 017. Anal report for nonflrmatlnn KlHHitnmee Kla., CI.AHKNG'f A. MINX
of Kisaimmee and vicinity:
of of our winter touriattt, and To the people
many in the Bounty J",life'. offlno In Once- April Zi, 1910AdmlnlHtrnkir of said Bxtatn. t
r" perhaps others this would seem to be I wish to announce that my photo western sky close to the heels of the sun: ola County Florida, mid. will aoply to-Bald LaRu8't

the case. Not all of them hie hack to studio located opposite the Osceola The eclipse of the moon this time Court for my discharge ..> guardian of aald Notice
will be visible all the United States, JOHN M. L.EK.MAt . t
of School is how and ready for over minor.
( { the north year by year because High open Estate of A. Mayfield deceaned. '
and in the far West it will be visible moth I y Ouardlnn.Notice -
dislike for As business. Portrait work of all kinds
their our summers. a :.. underalirneil having been grantod LeE L
- -- --- ---- ---
matter of fact, they have learned to made; high grade,, work a specialty. I just as the moon rises in the east. ... ten Teauinientary upon the eateteof A. C, Mayfield

subsist in the north; and not only BO; also make groups views reunions, post ,deceased, hereby gives notice to all creditors j@ __ ,I Ij ;
}' Political SpeakingUnited Estate C. A. Cummin*.. OMMd., ( ,legatees or distributoBs,rod to all person. \
but they have learned how to have cards. All work guaranteed. I kindly "
f Notice U htrnby KlT.n to creditors and distributee bsvingLWmeordema'tdr agaldst said estate, j
more or less of a surphTs, so that they [ solicit a portion of your patronage.Call State. Senator James P. Tal- ,of th. ..tat.of C. A Cununinn. d-.. to present. them duly authenticated within the I. I \ ,

s can come back-cap cbme and go year and, examine work. Over 20 years iaferro and Congressman Frank Clark that aa.h rlir of Oweola! aunt, I ban been appointed time prescribed by law or be forever barred. I

k '-' - "by year: Not alrof: them have a sur- experience. i will open the campaign for the aecond ex-officfto administrator of th. abor. last ELLA L. MAYFIEI.D. Kxennlrlx. Agency for \
named otaU, and that all ,|Mnan> having. elalnuoqaiDat
plua of wealth.yby any means. Very respectfully yours. primary at the Opera House tomorrow '
MId .tat* mint |j|-it them dub authenticated
l'
3. W. PHILOJPSON ..afternoon at 130. These gentlemenare Estate of C. H. Fountain Dec'd.Nance & Gaithers
,'_ :What the writer has heard some of within th.Urn.pnaerib 'by law for Young
other have 21-11 Klsstntmee. Fla. both fluent and entertaining speakers aettUra.nt. it hereby given that the undersigned
them say perhaps many dmtuistrat.rofthee.f t.of O. H. Fountain

I! '''''.ard:: namely something like this Notice for Bids I and should have a large audienceout 18-&t C.Kx-oAete PREVATT.AdminI.t. BlMriff.+ator deceased will on Monday,th.12th day of Beptember Ice Cream 11

....yOU likely do not realize how hard some to hear them. ; next, mike dual letllement of his admlnlsiratlon -
Notice is hereby given that the plans .
ol aald estate and apply tor big
Im of us,, must labor (back there) during and specifications for the proposed Notice of Final ettlement'and diaabarff." aa such administrator,
that back St. Cloud The Successful: fanner. N. the summer, so :we can come school building at are now on .
for.
March 9th. 1010.
Discharge. 11-emo .
Application
next winter" file, and may be seen by calling on Neatly cared for house and barn and '
.again Chairman W. C. Base of the Board of.. Noilot ta hereby given that the undersigned
The7'.:091- here, winter by winter, Public Instruction Contractors wishing farm is the indisputable evidence of -a Admloixtraior of tb. Bnt.t of Jerry M. Notice: of DissolutionThe @

: some /them, yet never invest (In to bid on the work must file their method and prnep rity. It rarely happens PoUar deoeaaedI!\ on latu.! ...,. July 2nd.

4'' 'Flond.80IIPerhapa with the degree bINs,; with,the superintendent by Monday that the slovenly//man is success 1910 make goal .tUl.menl with the County partnership heretofore existing eddy th.nam.of ..
i and of ( June 6th----- - ful. He has'too much opposing him.to Judge o.0-1.OouDty, _of Florida, and Illgham *; Farmsr. wherein W.R. Bis; .
agricultural -
knowledge "
''I of agric Jtural ; The board reserve the right to reject succeed apply for gad disoharg.a.amid Administrator. .ham of Tampa eta, Lad L. R. Farmer ""of NarcooMe. Delivered In Any Quantity : :\
) condition that they possess, any and aU bida. The(effect of Ws. own careless Oft.S3, 1MW. K. U l>. OTBMmwB. Fla-. were sneral partners, la this ninth

' I it te well'and prudent that they do'not W. 3. SURS, I habits constitute too rest a drain to be Administrator BoUM of day of April,A. O. 1910.dbwlnd.IMt . /

; t. Th 7.R iider a Doutour.treeU,. May,20, 1910. Supt of Pub. ,lnstruc.jL offset. by any; amount of energy -It KMt-mo. ,J rr) If. Posl.r.AiI (Signed) W. R. BIOBAM. ? -

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