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 27, 1910
Frequency: weekly
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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: VID00439
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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ifI in Florida, and that fact helped to secure headquarters'at:'Kissimmee. This company f .

-LARGfSl.POT A lOB potent the factor next, in session.the victory; But"for the-lrfost Floridawas Brpadway 1e Pay d of prairie has acquired land Yin "an Oec.olaand immense acreage DeSoto A. fARf-fR[f PEOPLE[ : .


-.--- -- Mr, Richardson, lot the Jacksonville count!*'.*, probably a half million acre .... 'fII .
Ever Marketed in Kissimmee Are Board of Trade, who accompanied With. Vitrified Brick !In'all. Some of this land will' be especially " -
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the Truck Garden of 'I' the,..Florida delegation. He had with *. i fine'vegetable and general Is What a, Cincinnati Man Says,of TA

__.I./ Grown in I him about, 6,000 post cards' for free distribution .. U "*. "W" *"* farming land and other. nortions will the Inhabitants of the Kissim '
Mr. Green Woodall. buttons and be adapted to grazing.
badges tracts
--- - etc., to say nothing of his winning way The Council Has the Matter Under Consideration\ This company plans the building.of mee Valley Country

This a story about Irish potatoes. and power to make everyone see as he and'the Work is Expected to Be Completed a railroad into its Rold.ings and this will ,

Tuesday Mr. E. A. Barnes brought i does. The convention meets next year Before the End of the Year. I be' started before the .active work of .
On ." selling begins. The "The thing that impresses me most .
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in Jacksonville on May 17. and-colonizing an- -
Gazette office three spec ...
to the Valley with this ,aid.
f. -- -.-- nual eyelopmeo t.Numbl'r will containan favorably country
imens of Irish potatoes that surpasses I"I"ClE Cincinnati visitor Kissimmee to a,/
NINj'ROSE( extended review of this larj'T'aiieage /
anything for size that has ever come HILL ; Is Kiaainnmee growing is she rapidly can ae-its way clear to pave them all if it Is for the market at- representative.- the -Valley G.w>tte,
ready
within our knowledge the three togeth. I OBHWVB1BI taking her place in the front rank of with brick. *
I'I "is thf cheerful. care-free faces and
'of-4he most that time.Tampa. Tribune Development .. .
while first-class cities? Broadway natui ally one
eight .pounds one up-to-date
er-weighing I I Street Force Putting the' Cemetery beautiful in city in Number. actions of your people. With toe exception '- -
weighed three and a quarter pounds Well we should say so thoroughfares any of a disgruntled, bade number
'r 'trf the in Perfect Condition. forUia 1910 td Close. .'the ,and 'when it is payiM on both .
MI are "known .as J.he Pride 1 t year: comes a Bj.atej PARK persons, ,who. appear .to,,have...a.
of the Vick- I. Broadway will be paved with vitrified sides with, brick and the boulevarddown KISSIMMEE '
four specimens .
South; also Last year it fell to the lot of our cit- 'grouch against the solar Iystem. and"I
aboutoiepoundeach brick from the Waters & Carson (Grocery its center converted into a park of flow- *
which averaged
ery Blue variety, I I liens of both sexes to clean up Rose I Ir the world in general and who exist in
Co. to the Christian church. ers and shrubs as it is the intention of
the West Shore of.
Fine Land
Council
Hill cemetery but the present on I every community your people seem f
These potatoes were grown by evidently does not intend to shift its duties We make thisemphatic statement I r the ladies of our town to do at an early Lake Offered for Sale to be singularly happy and contented.: I
op.1 because City Council has taken the date it will have no superior anywhere.
in his truck garden our ,
WoodaU and for
Green onto 'prlvateRhoulders, a notice it in their faces and I detect it,
the seed matter up- and we- are- too well ao Kissimmee is fast buildln --uPL in factit One of. the latest additions to Kis.
depot.
I the
posite the passenger week have k-pt street forceliusy I I in their conver atior.. Is it due to,th.. :
having been brought from Cheboygan, I cutting weeds and otherwise puttingthe quainted with the personnel of that is growing faster both in buildings simmee's many excellent suburbs, and fact that everyone it prosperous, or .

Mich., last fall by Mr. Barnes and given home of our dead in proper condi- body 16 harbor the thought for an instant I and population than any other town in one which is destinefl to. rank among must we attribute it" to the climate?" .
I that anything they undertake will the South and it is perfectly that
to Mr. Woodall for experiment. Mr. tion. proper the most prosperous and progressive Well both I replied. There is no
Woodall stated that he planted two potatoes It I is the intention of the Council to not.be carried 16 a successful conclu-. our City Council should keep pace with is Kissimmee Park, better known as doubt'that the people .of' this section

r of the Pride of the South variep I have the work thoroughly done-put- sion. the general prosperity and advance Steer Beach and located on the east are making more money than ever ha-

I ,. ,\: ,f.J dug two bushels as the yield, I ting the entire grounds in such shape The idea is to lay a row twenty feet ment by paving our streets with vitrified shore of Lake Tohopekaliga, six miles fore, but the climate a large factorin
Blues wide of:! vitrified brick on each side of brick and from our knowledge of by water from this city
and four seed of the Vickery produced !ill to allow a lawn mower to be used l at their contentment"-
bushels. It WBH the street, leaving the lawn oaks and the members of the Council we believe consist.of 2,000 acres,
half This "
anda the property 4
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one any place except on graveH.1108e "But I don't undentand, replied _ ...
hundred, from the date palms in the center aa they are at present that the paving of our streets is only which have been cut into five acre '
about one days Hill is by nature on of the most : Well. I answered to state the matter ;
the need were planted until they were picturesque spots that could have been and the marl now laid on Broadway one of many public improvements that tracts and are offered to the public on I succinctly there are no extremes of ".j
1 will be used to keep in repair other : will be made in this city before the year reasonable terms. The soil Is varied t'I
harvested. on a high very being
selected for a cemetery being heat and cold here and our people .
It is'more than probable that quite a I It I elevation and in a woods of giant oaks streets until such time as the Council closes. being muck prairie and pine land I. accustomed to practically the same :,

number of knowalllliII,\ appear in the and pine, and when the work nww in I and is well adapted to the cultivation weather the year round, they naturally 1
a with the information that I I, it will be of fruits and vegetables. There is a Thereis J.
limelight progress hall been completed possess equable temperament. t
they have grown Irish potatoes ae lone of the most beautiful final resting I Prosper and St. Cloud public dock on the property. at which mote health and happiness in a country "" 4 .
large as water buckets, but they will places in the state. Those owning lots steamers running from this city to ever filled with sunshine thanin. 4'

also teJLyou that the date of the grow will nov plant flowers and otherwise points on the river stop, and which is one where snow and ice and cloudy j .'

ing was back in the !H's and the place' in beautify them, and in this connection it free to all holders of property in the skies are more the rule than the ex. "' _

i ome far distant locality. Not"o wth: would be wise if a uniform system was Colonies, Located Near Kissimmee, Are in a addition. There are two miles of ception. Besides there other things. -.It -

the potatoes of this story. for they adopt d either by the cemetery committee Flourishing Condition--Each Has splendid white sand bathing beach, 300 What mostly occupies the minds of th. .ii, ;' ,
Most
in thin city, a feet wide and the property being almost ;
were grown thm season or the lot ovners as it would add people of your state in the summer
and are now on exhibition in this office. much more to the beauty of the placeas Thriving Town That Has Been Built Within surrounded by water makes It time ., ,

We do not mean to insinuate that larger well as making it more easily lept the Past Eight Months. practically immune from frosts, there "Preparations for the coming winter i

potatoes bave not been grown. but we There is no better manner in which the I being a large guava grove near the ," he answered. without hesitation. ,

do nay that thene are the largest we city's money could be expended than in I a- beach that- was not troubled by the Exactly I said and therein lies the 1 j

have ever seen and a goodly numberof keeping in perfect order our cemetery, II In. the southern edge of Orange county -, most favorably impressed the worth of cold during the recent severe winter. greatest difference. The care and anxiety f

persons who make a business of and the Council 1 will not only receive the and extending into Osceola lies one this proposition upon the manager of Kissimmee Park is 74 feet above the attendant upon preparations for

growing potatoes have stated that they approval but the plaudits of all our people of the best colony propositions viewed the Weekly Tribune. After a careful sea level, and artesian water is easily the coming winter are no part of theplans .

are the largest specimens they ever aw. fortheir action. I I on the entire trip made in compiling the investigation seeing the lay of. the obtained at a depth of 200 feet, .there of the inhabitants of the Kissim.

,- But. then they are only in keeping. data for this ,magazine. That i is, it Iso land the permanent improvements the being at present several fine flowing mee Valley for there will be no coming .

\ with everything else that is produced in 'REV. K. P. JON? i one ( the best from the standpoint of character of the farmers already on the wells on the property.Mr. winter at least as you understand the Jo

.7 this vicinity. Our melons are the best the man who desires to farm on either grpund, the crops growing and some already J. E. Mattocks is the vice-presi term. People dress here during the

and bring the highest price; our Celery I a limited scale or a more extensive harvested it is with entire confi- dent and local sales-agent of the company winter months pretty much the same ,

averages two pounds to the bunch and How Me is Regarded in His Former i' scale and still economize in all his ex- dence that this proposition is recom- having the property in charge as they do in the summer which is a

brings fifty cent more per crate than Home in Texas I I penditures. ;.. mended to t e"man who desires to establish and he will be pleased to explain I its large saving in the matter' of clothes -

that grown anywhere" else in the United Prosper Colony was something of an himself on a Florida truck farm. many advantages to anyone who js in- I alone. Then there is the fuel bill,
is taken from the !
States; our cabbago frequently grows Thefollowing agreeable surprise' The town of Taft. Ten acres of this land, preferably, rith terested.ANOTHERJWILDING. which is an item of considerable Impor-
refers
'. to weigh thirty pounds to the head, Hillsboro (Texas) Mirror and I'which is the center of the colony and in a little acreage of muck, at a cost of I, tahce in the north and which is, trifling.
of
our lettuce bunches the size of a bushel. to Rev. K. F. Jonz, pastor in charge ':. which lots( are given with each five-acre $200 and that on terms, an outlay of en- ( ,I and insignificant here.

measure sweet potatoes as large an a the Kissimmee mission: tract does not show a great deal of development ergy for clearing and fencing, and a "You are right." he broke In. "ray .

water bucket and every other vegeta- "The Mirror is in receipt. of a letter compared to some other colonization few seasons of close attention to cultivation -I To Be Erected on Lot in the Burnt I I coal, itself costs me about $25.00 for ;}

ble in proportion. Our people are as from K. F. (Kenneth) Jonz, enclosinga propositions and passing will give a. man a farm upon the winter, and I don't use it to cook JI

good aa there are on earth, and their I check to cover his. subscript' "to the '. through on the train one is led to think which he can independently for the DistrictMr. I I wth! lfl1er. So' you think the reason ).

; hospitality is dl.pen.edwh, |, uch lay. Mirror -' minister of the M':;U,E.Church' I the colony..Is not far advanced. itui the remainder of his] days., ., John Beaman yesterday gave the I your people ire contented is on account: ,.
ishneds .aa to attract universal attention "He is now a surprise lies outside the town limits. ..... contract to Mr. M. Kelley for the erection of the cl/mate/ and the absence of any . I

I : .. ; our climate is unsurpasseid on the ;South, and is engaged in mis-He Purchasers of' tracts ,in this_ colony St. Cloud is entirely differetfom of a two-story building to. be constructed : care" concerning the'k. cOnJil1C. -;/; cold. .
Kissimmee Ts rapidly becoming -' sion work near the place named. j jwntos in "the burnt ?' '\L,"",' :> tl tlI
globe; and with Flor have been recruited from among class Prosper in that in the former place on hit property 'I weathert" ; 0
well pleased .
_. : a summer an well a* a winter resort : 'I 1 am \ of thrifty farmers or young men who they are turning their attention to the district to take the place of the woodenone Largely. I replied winters and'awn- .
, ; our aol: is the richest of all in this ida. The church ill fine aud the peopleare have ambition to succeed and are will. town and letting the farms'wait! As destroyed by fire. \ mers are very much Alike in this country -

mate of rich soils and the healthfulness as good as any I .ever met. My ing to work in order to.realize their town builders the St Cloud people are The building is to be 50x70 feet, containing consisting of warm days and cool \.

of this locality is without .tHjual work ill rather hard, mostly new work "ambition.( As a result the homes, instead an unqualified success. There is not three stores on the first floor nights. If such weather as YOU have '<;' ,

With all these blessings, advantages but will build two churches conference.and repairone : of being erected in Taft, are located enough development in the country and fourteen rooms above.' It is to be in Ohio. during the winter months, + .

and opportunities IS there any reason before the meeting: of on the farms. There are at least portion of the colony yet tu tell how built of white brick, finished wIth pressed should suddenly descend upon Florida,

- why Irish potatoes grown here should "A mes8agettl -/ indent regards is i t one hundred families living on their own successful they will be in that. The brick, and will have all modern con a great majority .of the people would .ilt.

not weigh three and a quarter pounds? sent to his friends. Kenneth was of reared its farms, clearing fencing. cultivatingand rompany is planning to drain the town venien el. ,I suffer, for having never had to prepare
'. We think not and if there i is any man in Hill county:, and was one 1n some cases, harvesting their by sink wells. This will be the third new brick'build- for such a contingency, It. would catch "

who doubts this story, if he will take most worthy and popular boys and I rops. Considering that the first settler Early in the work of this company ing in the burnt district for which contract them unawares and much misery would
of
the trouble to come to this" office we young men. He was for a number arrived in Prosper Colony last July there was much harm done r'lorida has been let, the story of Mr. follow. And there i. a great saving

will convince him of its truthfulness by years connected with the American that II a fine showing. On the trip referred propositions by 'knockers. who had D. Rotundo and Mr. W. C. Ba a being here over your country In the matter '

, showing him the potatoes., Express Co. here, and by hard work: to dinner was eaten on the tract heard that timber rights were reservedfor now well under wjf. MY. J. W. Miller of food. Of course you can buy. manythings
with for acquiring
himse'.f! means '
provided and on a table loaded with vegetables long periods on this land. The company is contemplating building a (hi Cincinnati, cheaper. ,than they !
which he completed -
'_ CONVENTION education
_-s BAPTIST an every vegetable was from the land in now has arranged to exchangeany 25 foot front bnck store on his lot and can be obtained in Florida; but If a
at the Southwestern -
with;a course Prosper Colony. It was designed as a tract: on which timber is standingfor Mr. L. H. Ingram-a 60 foot livery stable -. general average should:: struck, It ,

I MdslSuccessf ul Gathering of Bap- University' at he Georgetown highly esteemedby farming community and there 19 no another tract the purchaser may and it -presumed that this important would show largely in Florida' favor: !
Hillsboro
"In was
time being lost in making it so. select, thus permitting him to begin: block will be entirely rebuilt before as far as cheapness; i. concerned. Our
'. thts4nBalUthore May 11. all who knew him and his many
Just now. however.: the town j>t Taft work on his farm: as soon as he desires. -the summer ends. gardens contain numbers of different
. .. The recentVassion 9f the Southern friends here and: thropghout the county 18 being built up to supply the business The First National Bank opened .----, .--.--- vane tie; of vegetables every month in-:' { .

Baptist Conventlo which met in Baltimore I- will and be pleased work to learn he is of doing his success in his center demanded by these farmers. April 4th in a 6,000 brick building A ; OJIEININGGeneralStatutes the year which tends to economic on'

, Md.. May IKrS.was probably the-good." l very farmer who has been on the land erected for it on New York avenue. It the meat bill; and as this U a cattle;

. the moat successful convention the I new field._u __ --___ six mAuhs is self-supporting, and bus. 1 I has a capital of $50,000 and a surplus of of florida Prohibit country. our Florida meats" just as
Baptists of the South have ev r held. ... mesa in Taft is proving profitable. Asa 10000. _A I brick hotel of 72 rooms is .. good as the western kind can be obtained .

- .. The reports of the work accomplished WONDERFUL BIRD result a large hotel Is being erected, rapidly nearing\ completion and will the Practice I at much jess expense. (t. In truth.,

by the various boards show a decided two store rooms are going up the sawmill probably be opened about May 25th. There seems to have been some mis- times.are better'the country' is rapidly .

,I increase 'over any previous year; for -omestkated Sandhill CraneAdoI' is cutting nearly 20,000 feet of It will have all modern conveniences. understandiug as to the scope of Judge developing, our people are. making;
the Home Mission Board I'e- lumber and' the owner is more they are not troubling 4
instance, a day preparing The electric\ lighting machinery. is already published in money.
'Iii ported an increase of $46,000 over last a Young One of Its Kind to erect a warehouse in which to installed and the work of constructing Wall's these columns opinion in recently reference to seining their:: minds about the comliig.winter

I year. the Foreign Mission Board neatly Pick, 'thekand hill crane, who most store builders' supplies the TaffMan- the pole lines etc., is pro- in fresh water lake. As we under- and realize, more)...JJian. suvon* else,,

... $40,000 increase and the Sunday school Kisiirmmee tourlat and all Kissimmee ufacturing Company is planning a $100-- gressing. 'The'plant,will be started up stand it, he was referring only to the that they live in the best country on
Board an increase of 929.000. The residents know frorn- seeing it in Mr.J. 000 crate and barrel! plant which will as soon as the artesian well. for the iri Polk earth. ,
special law against: seining
work of Theological Seminary and M. WSlIson Jr.'s yhI.hes reached employ 260 to 260 men. hornet are being > i water works is completed so as to sup. countyand not to)!the general .state "You have! convinced me!" my Cincinnati
the Laymen's Missionary Movementand the delightful, age if Dick *en> a girl built in a substantial manner and ply water for the blant. The plant law. ) 0 'acquaintance 'exc1a.lmect"'l' 4 -

the B. Y. P. U showed similar in. of "sweet sixteen" year. Thr ears the entire population is busy. consists; of a 100 h. p. producer-gas engine -. The general !law provides/ as follows: knew you had a good &oil.,'for I have '1

crease. ago for some reason known onfy4 Running through this tract are 60-foot and a 60 kilowatt generator. The Section 3765.: Any person who shall examined itand seen what it will psoi. ,

The Southern Baptist Convention hasa herself (tor Dick proved to be of the* venues. already cleared and opened, ice machine is on the ground and workis catch food fish in ahy fresh water lakein duce: knew you had a delightful climate "

constituency of more than two million feminine gender) she laid her first eggs WI one extending twelve miles straight going on in connection: with erectingsame. this state withany// seines or net. or but I did not know your people'l l

white .Baptists in fifteen Southern two of them. Last year this wonderfulbird as an arrow. This will be the longest The capacity of the plant is 10 by shooting gigg ig, or by any set device were more contented than the .]est of b

states. These Baptists have set their went one better, and surprised nature absolutely-$raight boulevard in Florida tons per day.A shall be pun' ihed by, fine not Jt- mankind, and since I have found out

aim on $1,000,000 for Home an
eign Missions this year which i I is In increase three very large eggs. large fresh water, lake with sandy sunk over 400 feet and will probably be pnsonment not exceeding six months; explained to me, I. do not wonder at I
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of about $150,000 over the gifts Two weeks ago Mr. Willson procured shores affording excellent bathing and completed in a few days when the and when any pi rson or persons are I the, number of northern ptople, who \

'f of the year that has just! closed. When : "II very'large vandhill crane, which to pleasant' picnic groundsX.A park will work of installing rater works pump found on any lak in this\ state, in boats ; are making. their -homes in your sec.

we add to this the work or the various the surprise of everyone the old bird line the railroad right-of-wayereening pipe, etc., will go forward without fur. containing seines or nets it will be.considered tion." :-
atate boards the seminary the (orphanages has adopted. Pick has I Laid two eggs Taft from the*passengers and affording thor delay, and furnish the town withan prima facie evidence of his or "And this i is just the beginning" he

and so on,, an aggregate of again this year. and is taking care of! 1,320 feet of beauty to attract tiba: unexcelled supply of water. An their guilt: Provi ed. That nothing in added "last winter wu''lin extremely

nearly two and a half millions Is the baby crane. She feeds it and refuses who pass through on the Pullman cars &leated tank is now being built. this section shall') 39 construed to prohibit severe one in the north, and it had the,. ?,. .
,reached. And yet that is 6nly a trifle to eat her own beef till the young direct from New York. That is another Wol-ic.js about I to; begin on a passenger the fishing with seines, or otherwise effect turning the minds of burvpeo "t

more than $1 per capita. crane hal had all it can swallow. The advantage. Taft is on the main line at.&tlOn> tthh will be adequate to the for home consumption\ picnicor pie to a more congenial.climate. .It:**'

One of the most interesting occur- mother Instict has asserted itself so of the A. C. L., and has direct Pullman needs of tleston., upon one's own land. ; would surprise you'to know.the;;number f .. .

S 'rences.of the convention was the successful strong in the old bird that it is an interesting -. service from New York, Washington' -- 'I of Cincinnati citizen. who arelaiIn4to .; '
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manner in which the Florida study to watch the .care the Philadelphia and other Eastern points. One of the large, propositions now Mr. and Mrs. Wl H. Norton now have come herein the fall."V' JS, 7'1'-'*"*" ; J

delegation captured the convention for young crane receives from its adopted Much.more might be said, and it is a in' preparation is thai ctf the Southern comfortable apartments over the CIti- L .Let"thOai; com; I 'Answered,,' 1*.! .'" \;, '
S it for the Colonization Company 'vith Florida Bank. will be'welcome. tS. : .
1911. The convention has never met mother. great temptation to say trip zens \ .. \" .
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it $ 1 4; $ Found( Guilty had already told." 'the truth, when] his! counsel, Mr::: Che' 'f ort of food ? E

\ $ to' \ r ..0 $ \ The' 'question was asked if ..0'Qulnn'Wtrl ney arose and explained that he had The''J 'farmer of today buy a, much

""G .,., E. TAKACH !,jHuluuH! of Johnson.! '''Yeshe Was Instructed him'Jriot1o' talk* M > Cheney larger proportion of the food that goes

i Trucking fflce i of Manslaughter jealous of Johnson! or most anybody. explained that Mr!' Holderi, the; ori the.table than be did ten yean ago '
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Onr else .Ipr' 'prieter of (the laundry;' asked him to It'i a good thing that thta it eo because
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$'' ........._ he couldnot he has a treat! variety to elect: from.,,
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Real I Estate' On cross examination Miss }todd r go should care
A t t Agency State He ,'however, use great
$ help her yut,. and aUout the' ama for the belt result ia
.1 Willie O'Quinn, a former Kissimmw admitted that she told.trie} officers .t.hat : in akU-cting 4
,, WSay. Sptclalty' 11 Bank $ she did the shooting of her'wn accord: time, .O'QuinnYathgroftheboynudethe ; healjji and strength. L a
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; ''K\.SSIMMEEf. 0} S and that.O'Quinn had not tok} her at same request. After widespread tendency
5.- ,.: 'tQ .. 0 Court at Orlando( of Killing although I. both he found that he could' not take to increase tlie amount ofuskerOats
$. .. .. $ that time to" take.the Wattle_herself both s'"ac.ll.laim"d' .to have eaten is dui .very largely to the recent t,
'Dick Johnson. she an1'idm tell Allen out.in demonstration scientific vien that
$ .. soooo ,... the hall that he did the .}.IQOtLnThe done the1 shooting; but 4'eld 1 1 the girl 'the Quaker Oat ted man U the man
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----- 'reason she said she ,/did..the shootingwas that e :would gladly; giVeany lawyer with greatest physical, endurance a'
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'r. -- J- . : -'J-m._ -4"- she might .engage, alt the information greatest mental vigor. ,1- :
Willie O'Quinn- who'was born and to'prolect her character!
this
.. .oooo..oPOOOOOo..oooo o reared in KUsirntipee, has been on trial On being cross examined, Miss Hod in, his possession All the.time the boy the careful Farmers thought should and give should increasethe subject I

in the circuit court at ,Orlando this efer'saiiHhat several weeks before the O'Quinn -wanted to say that.hu did quantity of Quaker Oats eaten by
John:Harris W. M. balk)( : week for the kllli'-.g'91;. Dicjc Johnson 'a '-Xftlirig! 0.ii'uinn had gotten drunk and I shooting. Mr. Cheney said he felt themselves their children and the

few months agq in that city'and the that slip'hl told the negro at,the laundry -! that this explanation was due Jmclientand farm hands. ''
PROSPER the the time the was. made after the jury had, been' Packed in regular site ,packages
: jury, on Wednesday evening, returnee of occurrence. At
for not
t COLONY I .and in hermetically sealed tins
a'verdict of manslaughter.: The negro had.RaI1d' t.hat he wished 1)q had excused.!, .I', I climates -. SI r .

injf clipped from the Orlando l{!'fOllOW-I: some of that whisky. She had told .L

Z SHI I NGeILE. MILL I i Star' is the evidence upon which O'Quinn of .talk ing.to the negro and For Sale I

i ; O'Quinn was convicted. i' had been warned against it by O'Quinn. 40 acresof, land, quarter of a mile from J
IREAJA
Z HARRIS 'A DELK, Proprietors 1 r'Miss Rodel'er also testified at thin. time station' half quarter from school aml1 S.nJLUOCK
that she was in bed at the time of the church. Land all lies just rolling
Jas. W. Gale\ oard"rattheEurl'ka .
shooting\ and described. O'Quinn'B pori- enough to drain good; has about 15
2 Capacity 20,000 Per Day_' -. : Hoiise, testified! that he roomed on tiusecond" I
... lion at the window, I both sashes being acres cleared and fenced. ; good. 4-room
floor; got in after midnight; !
down from the top. house stable, welt; suflic'ient bearing ESTATE

, : Now. in. Operation ftt1d'CO" Supply Pine and : say heard. after the the shots shots; heard were Miss fired. .I Rcxlfei, "My At'this' juncture Mr. Cheney, for the oranges for family; only 4 miles from I ... .. ......%........,

I fact that Kissimmee.. This, will make a splendid .ItSURANCEExamination
in "Is it
Cypress Shingles defense, asked, not u
God, what did you do that for? I lean:
home for who to bewell
conversation someone desire : "
hud on \
and
O'Qumii a
Mrs. Collins ask what the trouble was you '
.. : ,i the morning of the killing and one the located
DESIRED and Miss Rodefer "Come insideand
ANY QUANTITY 1 will tell you. "say Saw O'Qninn next ;I next day alter the shooting and that at Splendid home in city on marl road l; I of Titles a

2 : te.4t o day. O'Quinn Haul Miss. 'Rod..f..r had I both times O'Quinn inistcil that it was. highest.point in Kissinrtne.liautifully; :

0000000o.oooyoooooo'ooTWO done the fcliootinjf. 'AskrdO'Quinnwhat "Wrong for you To false all tlieTjlarpe"anil ; ; shaded "UTI1'rTTrilO11""v- iwrttenent 1 Specialty.

that he. felt that it was right and house; ,some. peach and orange
Miss Koilefef meant when. she aid, .
also felt that it Im. duty 4o testify trees; good well; land f"1I'1 for i-lurkens. Correspondence Solicited
) i I was :
"Why did you do that?! (O'Quinn win .
the anil ,cvcrjthinK gall() chiiKcn. house, row Ii l t, sta i
tliiit she did not use I that language( ,, I I tn truth : explain I I.IIII .
.)?!" bbs. und a splendid location with sufficient
Answer i
r- --THINGS' : t that t slic sjiitl, ":\y! Codhat; )have I I II )| .is it really happened. I
TAKE .. ground for poultry farm and
YOU SHOULD ;
kitnl.
"Hi-i did I not say anything the I
I done Mr.1 Ay rock was !again called ..nil toll;) growing( tiii'k I 'lint place "Ollt aliI" I fLORIDA REAL[ ESTATE[ [ FOR SALE[
;Air. 1 H ,of O'Quinn and Miss Ko.derertalking about three al( res and ( an In* 'houi/ht' aI' t .
'ADVANTAGE I at the hotel with Ins wife at the. time hearing ) alter! the I II bargain' and on tasdiabli- MII' ,olpa f Bi-autiful, winter home site situated! .
OF TODAY lie morning: triifjedy.When
1 of the tragedy toll] of O'Quiiin, and! thiounK ) rnent.We in' itic/ hake Region oj Florida. -
roan adjourned fur, diniu, I theprosecution > \ .
i \ ] lady coming( to hi>s door KCMIII after ' king and .
Lands
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rested the hat e" several Vas'if t ttat I .Ili I'mcdale Fanning n) largeor
the. shots 1 tired. Miss KodileiwcMit rase. .
win small trts'.
I .. for the defense! uruMr a beautiful vburbnn'ulliuni,
II" The first
witness
Open an account in Our Savings ))('I.nl't-. nito tlie )rocmi with his wife and with.
i : :\Mrr'adden: of Kiswimmee, wl.otes- dnely, located and IvtI'll cl I '1ry, PKOPKUTY) ; A :SPECIALTY;
hi* went in (O'QuimVH the lattertelling
inciit in nliicli w c I cent. room trees I that have nvt i .r beenboxed.
)tay i per tilled that ( ) (lUIIIII was one' of the best 1I..ha'd pretty pHe)
I mm "I've shot that nigger In- had ,!. Let' us showou tins. addition, l.ii-t your property with rue for quick
I And rent a time Deposit in our Vault 1 that works ut the laundry. Mis'liinlefer und most quiet buys I lie with. I salsa. po
I ever known.' That lie. wan this kind bf| and 'a hat a fine ,plus can made"
hm. ,
said '
which" is charged with and on filtering room ail KISMIU- location i ad\antaueou>- forl'li.nd) alld'
( electricity "Jack has .shot Johnson. Sand he did u boy 1 I the tune he bevel in H. M. BREAKER
I nieiWas: .. and honorable m chunk 'prrv'Ilege1v.er.'selling-. '
is" absolutely' burglar proof.DO . . not know whether. I the voting. couple upright I'ark (;iartli-n loacretracts Box J76 KISSiMMKK.!" : ::. FLA.
.
hud been left alone. before thu. arrivalof eerway.
J i>f land to many good citizens, I
had :Mr.! ]110".11. a .real estate man oiKissirnmee
after
the officers or not they 1
IT TODAY who will beautify and improve tin'in,
j told (that O'Quinn had done theHhooting.. i also told of the excellentcharacter :: I
and they ar. being )purchased, by\ a class
iA Had heard it reportelaround theboard- : of O'Quinn.] who waa good, Osceola] County
of citizens that will make ,it a very de"irable -
jog house that the young couple were. law-abiding citizen. i live, Thefaet I
to
neigliborh' jo< III.
Citizens Bank of KissimmeeARTHUR .engaged hail! also heard Home scandal. Mr. Charles 'Prevail.sheriff of 0......- that excellent flowing: wells tan AbstracUCompany

concerning them. : ola county, said that he. had known I I u.'had, sand the soil being of the. very! ,

At the! conclusion of Mr. Allen's. testimony O'Quinn well for a long time' and that I i I best kind! n) the country, makes this I I Ii

)E.. DONEGAN. PRESIDENT court adjourned until nine Ins reputation a* n law-ul iding citizen properly, moot. desirable, and] choice l1)I I i
,
L W. H. NORTON, CASHIER.! o'clock this morning{, was go
___ _ ___ E. J. followed. Mr. .
I .. Aycocks Ay- I The defendant was then put fin the Baler get bi sy and secure some. of 'it
cocks was a roommate of O'Quinn. "I stand in his own defense. lie said that ': .

went to bed between 10 and 11 o'clock, he twenty-fitur old, was now.We prefpar to furnish, most :
_. .. _.- wan years are any I'al.t-\al.f': ) .
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my usual hour, and went to sleep. I :raised in Kissimmee; came to Orlundu kind of a "proiHiHitiun desired, !, and are fillet, examined. and ,purled T

:, ...........................................................ta.....: sleep soundly and did not hear the shooting I last November. Said that lie had, known ', ready to st-rle Our clients faithfully. I Taxes paid for non.residents. yq

WHAT IT MEANS and did not know what had happened Aycock, Ins roommate; well since 1 1'JUI! I)!; and show our\ .raj,)'erly to anyone, ,uterested. lustrumentH drawuCorrespondence"relating to real ex'aicarefullr .'

r until O'Quinn and<1 Mr. Allen cameinto had been very friendly with hum but ..
2 i Maoj i>f<.P du out kunw wliat n Bnuk'* CniiiUtl: i. fur. ut (he ilillerencitwftn I.eRuOmDA. r
a_ bonk. of little; : ur no upltal: \ 1 cud, one wllli: : n :lartrr capital I I I my room. Mr. Allen asked .Jack had some misunderstanding with him a 21tfNotice Nelson Really (Co 1 Solicited,

? i A BANK'' C AI'ITAIj AND 8UKPI! : (O'Quinn) what was the matter." His short time' before I the tragedy( hOt\ wu -" I

)' i la tba fund that preeetslbd.p.xfu>n, frdiu lus. ter.tor.Ihe) larger tt i is the I reply was 'I have shot that nigger still rooming III the, same room with 1 N tice.
'} .gr.aer prolcclloo the lpo-nur hii.'iTilth bank has e : that works down here'at the laundry .
;; him at the time of the, J. ill1nl{ On the
Capital of }-41 IHNI (HI"urpluk I : I :'; is heneby, given. : that the teach-
r (uud of( "'..00000. he was trying to get into Eliza'sroom. i night of the. t tragedy. he met Mm HUll.I' Bargains
o '... ervxaininafion \will be Jit-Id, at the.
lockbdlderii',! habl'ily 1; .WO DOA :
I .. r Some time after thin I heard Miss Hod- efer corning from the laundry anil in :
house I June
I' court Tuesday
i total <<..*>0 WV rr efer say, 'Jack has shot Dick Johnson. her went to the Eureka Hotel) Ueginynng .
1 i '. ThU ... company 7th. 1M10! at/9/ 0 'Ioe": a/rr/ >.- AppllI I
mean that we mart l I. e HiVxiilOO before our depositor could lot a : voice. f :
her but heard her
I did not see and sat on the,veranda until about nine'I In all kinds of -Realv
. :.beut Tbia VrulecttuClr YOU. .- : will frovidV, '. thetrvhelves 'with- Estate.
carats
?
t'i' Some time after tliis'/ O'Quinn came up o'clock; when'8he suggested going to I' Fire 'and Life Insurance
:;;. : ,' STATE BANK OF KISSIMMEE : to Mr, Snead and myself t and said, 'I I "bed Hu was awak.m..d'by the girl pens,. ink and papt' 8d,? w I) also" 'I''bring ''< 'rtJour's Fertilizers. Rent.and

'.\ :' ,II,' ",'. . f- .' " : shot the -ni"_ -+; -and phot '''him to kill 'some time 1n the night, she' having her thu fee of $1. ., \ .' s.(V1\ 1)\ i*( < and''' Rents .
't.J. \lng Collecting ,
\ a
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1tlsetP1.. ...-=-=. . : ". < ; The following is li t..o "ttttf textbooks
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him. him. .
'r ,harms around hineck and. shaking Specialty. Taxes paid for
d. A. CARSON J -HN' M. LEE!: >J. B CARSON : 1 11 to be uOrthography : _
f :. i'renldeut Vace.1'reId.nt ('..hler .. Mrs. Sarah Allen: "Miss Rodefer \He told l her to be quiet and then, he lyiunt's 1' I' 'Progressive: Non-residents.

r...................................................................! came to my room after the shooting and heard the.person. at the door trying to Course in Spelling.Heading ./ I j
said that Jack had shot .I"hnKon.81:; <1 get. in He got up ill a hurry and went I
1 AI y standard reailer." R- O.; MEEKKissitttlnee.
that (' ulnn was in her room. On cross '''to the dresser and got the pistol and ..
N1'VWN' V 'N NWN'N'VN' NM Com"oMitiulI ,aarmerKlti.red: (' and! I IArnold's
examination said that, Miss Rodefer listened. to see if the, ,person wan going. ,, '
,
13 i :; -p rte r 1 1II came to her room in a very excited con- lo try to come in or not, and heard him 1' Klerne/ its of English Composition. I Fja.

dition. Said that she did not want it going down stairs. He sat down on the I T
I'I'I ArithmeticMilne's Standard.
known that Jack did the shooting to .side of the bed to try and pacify thegirl .

II FANCYGFi'OCERIES protect her character. Told Mrs:Allen I when he heard a noise down in the English United Staiea Gr marEvans'HistoryField's Grammar I ,......... ---........... _...1 u........ i

that she and O'Quinn were engaged. alleyway. He tried to get up and the! I School./! / i M. TILLER > l

I Eliza Rodefer was then put on the ,.girl tried to -keep him from getting Op, ,

GRAIN AND We solicit part of your trade. stand: "Had passing acquaintance i and all-the while the noise kept updoWn I Florida. IJmtory i I IGeographyR"dway's Brevard and liennett's. Real Estate Agency.

Country Produce with Dick Johnson. On March 22nd I in the alley He got up anyway and

FEED OF I Hides and Furs $ worked at steam laundry until after i reached! over and got the pistol from vanced. Natural Ad- .........ff..teff.wRealty = t

l ALL KINDS Bought and Sold. $ nine. Had conversation ;wrth O'Quinn I the dresser, where he had put it to keep hysiology-Col"fDan'lI Elements of. .... bought and sold.
and then retired. Later on some one the girl from getting hold of it, and then Yocum's Houses rented.
Civil Government Civil
Phone 61 - ::: ---: KISSIMMEE to I asked who it looked out of the window and could seethe '
i came my room. Taxes paid and Titles
Government; Boynton'8 School 1 Civics ver:,;
'VV VI """"" """, was and he answered, 'Dick Johnson.' I form of a man trying to climb upI AlgebraMilne's High School. i ified fQr nonresidents.Fire i

.- .-' I asked him what he wanted and he to the window. He just at that time Life and Accident In- '
---0.--- -----7"--= =-''= Physical Geography-Maury-Simonds.
for looked around at the girl on the bed and
said he wanted to see me and me to Theory and Practice-Arnold's Class surance.

:. open the door. 1 told him it was no.I putting his hand but of the window shot room Management.AgricultureDuggar's. (fl Indemnity Bonds. .

Z. W. & G. Vf. BASS time to receive visitors and that I twice, with no intention of killing anyone AgricultureFor An.".. __ "...'V"V' ,;"'
it
would see him tomorrow. He did not but just to scare whoever was Southarn Schools.

fn.k try to push the door open or come in I' away. He thought all the tine that it W. J. SEARS, Superintendent '7.
k and later went on down stairs. O'Quinn' wail a negro that had been work lag over

CONTRACTORS. AND BUILDERS then got up and went to the dresser and i at the laundry. After the! shooting the Notice to fisherman )

f got the piatol. I tried to take it away. girl told him she was going to take if Notice is ereby given that the law W. L.:: IQ DIIZOH

Wood Brick or Stone from him. This was while Johnson was : upon herself and say that she did the against seining the lakes of this county

.. at the door.I did not hear Johnson i shooting lie told her that it was not will hereafter be strictly enforced All

tt \ leave my room or go to the alleyway. 1 right and she said that it was, that she parties in rested will take notice and Y .

e While I was still in bed O'Quinn went had to do so in ;order, to save her char- govern themselves accordingly .

to the.window and shot twice I acter. He told her .I e was willing to C. F. PftEVATT,

GUARANTEE- .. TO GIVE- . PERFECT. 'SATISFACTION '0, my! God 1, Jack, what did ) cried'i do anything tOjsave/ her character! ,. but : Sheriff Real Estate .
r / that for?' I went immediately at the same time he thoughtitwasestfor Photography.

I to Mrs. Allen's room, fell on the bed him to confess and tell everything. I;
n Kissiitimee, Florida and cried. I told Mrs. Allen that Jack I She seemed determined, and he saw h 11 1 am prepared to make phutograpl s 1KISSIMMEE.
s 'of all kinds at studio located
my justabove
had shot and killed Johnson. O'Quinn I I was no use to try to change her. Altogether -",
I tht Midland Ry., on Broadway FLORIDA J
his wishes. 110 ,
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,t -- --- -- had told me I had better take the responsibility it was against ,
or will go anywhere to make outside .
and say that Johnson was hat! known the girl forsometime. They 'iJ. -

L A FULL AND COMPLETE LINE OF' trying to climb up to the room. (On were good friends and spent much of iriews. Prices reasonable.J. A. LANCASTER.. '

cross examination Miss Rodefer said I their time! together, being together every J. W. THOMPSON

i r.; *Office Furniture and Fixtures that O'Quinn had never told her to doth evening. At the time of the tragedy Notice for Bids

iK and that she did it 'for her own : they were! engaged and were to Notice is hereby given that the plans .1! \ ,

accord. ) She said she had stuck to that have been married in a short time. The and sixtcifications for the proposed .
STATIONERY. BLANK
: BOOKS. J ,
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f TYPEWRITER Ei statement up to the time that she was morning after the shooting he had a school building at St. Cloud are now on ;

s ( SUPPLIES. C. arrested. "After 1 was "arrested I talk with the girl and told her again it file, and may be seen by -calling on FUNERAL DIRECTOR '
1j Chairman W. C. Bass of the Board of
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wrote to my father and he sent his lawyer was not right for tier to take the blame, Public Instruction. Contractors wishing and t

VERTICAL FILIN.G DEVICES Mr. Swan, he+.e. Mr. Swan told' and wanted to tell the whole story just to bid on the work must file their ,

MOST: MODERNI me that the testimony I was giving! was' u it was. The morning after the kill- bids t with the superintendent by Monday LICENSED EMBALMER

convicting me, and that I had better ing he went to work out in the suburbs June 6th. 1
The.board the right to reject
tell the truth, and then I told the truth. ; but a man named Meade came
T inaugurated a Mail Order Department perfect in detail-you can any and all reserss
hop-with me by mail with the name assurance of fair treatment as you The night of the shooting I heard I out and told him that the girl had been J: SEARS, .

would s.ear* by personal] pprchaee.'i O'Quinn tell some one out in the hall arrested and her bond fixed at $200) and May 20, 1910. of PuiJ.1 nstruc. I 1
---- -, : asked him if he could not do somethingto Opposite Courthouse j
that he had shot that nigger. I did not Old papers can be bought at this office
: H R. BECKWITH 410 FRANKLIN STREET!' eee Johnson until after the shot was. help raise the bond. He[ succeeded at 20 cents per hundred. Just what you i

.4 TAMPA. FLA. fired. Jack (O'Quinn) and myself had in doing so. teed! to put under your carpets, mat
I a talk the next morning in my room I The prosecution on cross examining ting, etc. KiaalMMaE FLORIDAh i

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necessary qualifications to entitle It to C. A, CARSON, I'resldeat"I<. C. BaYAN, SLCr Jri '
PLUMBING SHOPS
PIONEER ST. CLOUD offer itself as a health resort."to .

... @I" SITDATBD AT .. \I IKISSIMMEE' secure the water supply avoid all The..Waters & Carsoi 1Gr.ocei'y
-t. -.-- possible surface drainage and sewerage, : .
AND-.ST. CLOUD, FLA.,/ i from sand houses and farm
.. ... no I Interesting Items of.News'(Gatheredby outbuildings' ,
lots.,. To obtain protection from flies
H. KOMOND 8WABBY." f "O PI.TO" ..
-. Our Correspondent-4 clean the horse stables dally put, 'the i company

1 TINNING.. _. rL. MBIt4G? IN iLL\ ITS''BRflNOHES( _,BRAZING__ Home of f the Old Soldiers. t. manure fields once'In a a tight weeic.andM;box ajd,, | haul further to pro-the .i,

; -Wholesale and Retail InJGROCERIE.S- '1
this
Dealer
PIPE CUTTING, THRKAI3ING.. STEAM I tection from those few which may

PIPE :1'1TTINGsPUMP WORK.. Mr. and Mrs. 'Hapgood l,ft for their not'destroy'' screen at least the kitchen* .

home in! tie north! on Saturday.last,. and''! dining room. To avoid the malarial ,,_ f':4'H: : '

GE-NERAL' tJ1BBINGI i .Mr. and'Mie:"WTCamble, of Eustk ''mosquito, 'de troy hie breeding : ,
Drain all stagnant pools 'or .. '
Flat, were guest of the Sanborn-Villa places. 0, )

"' '; .. ...............: the Cloud past to-Io6k.we after k. They their came property to St.In. wimps practical near Use kerosene the house on and those as far places as : WE SELL. WE BUY. .'.',. !

\ ' that can't .be drained. If neither 'of \'
terests. A-
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I Z to these things can be done, 'then screen 'HAY :HIDES
You can come : Mr. Edward Addis, !>wn ,
: -. of the "Kozy" RiudiO, is doing' the.. bed-rooms, at least, with fin*. GRAIN r I' '
meshed wire or cloth\ gauze. -Stark vilte\ FURS

\j KISSIM I M Ee"l a pushing'buHinpSH.The handsome ne two-story white (Miss!) Progressive' Farmer and 'FERTILIZERS *, ." WOOL . .. ;

S brick building of Mr. Frank BUll ill I Gazette. 0 SHINGLES . '
.: -- --- Bass
nearing -completion. Mr. Jack

will open an up-to-dajtc drug store J DAVENPORT) NEWSItems ORANGE BOXES., AND .. ,

.: KANSAS CITY : I there in a few weeks. ALL t '
. ORANGE WRAPS "
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Mrs Nellie Chase is recovering from 01'Interest From That Thriving ; ;

l Z ..AND. RETURN. KQR J$30.0O hebt recent indisposition.! Littte ColonyMr. VEGETABLE. .CI ATES. COUNTRY ,- '\: ''.;.
Miss Karjje Ifunter'ison the sick list.
. and spend 25 days + Miss Justine Foust was a KisHiYnmee l-'. K. Speck, of Oshkosh, Wisconsin CRATE NAILS PRODUCE, i' :

. visitor. on Monday. arrived in Davenport Saturday ,.t\

. LOUR enough time to investigate the best! Lots of strangers keep coming in on evening. He will remain two or three We sell field and garden seeds or all kinds."' ,.j' '0

Bargains l-Acre Tracts, Town Lot! + the morning and evening trains, and, weeks while he puts his land in order :We. give special attention to fitting out hunting and camping 'f t '{

;and Country Property) in 'the + as soon as the holdings are located begin for the coming of his family in the fall. I parties. j u 1 1 1Frc.e
of farm :
He has bought twenty acres 'I""
look around for the builders.and '
to delivery in city limits. Phone No. 12. *
state for sale l> + .
y for house land, also two business lots and two
arrange; immediately a we are county'ae-ents'for ferti1lz Ask for circular .I
good rs. us : ... ': :
I for the folks at home whom they tell residence lots in Davenport. ; and prices on fertilizers. ._ ,
: W. ALYEA Mr. and Mrs. :
S. us will be alongin a few-weeks." -'fh.dittledaughterof

Kev. Santers, of California has just Charles Parrish has the .measles. Another 11
OFFICE IN PARK HOTEL, KISSIMMEE FLOIDA" : 0OOOO oooooooDooooooooooooooaoooooo '
:; : completed a commodious home on Delaware child, Paul, has jnst recoveret} .
> C. A. CARBON J. A. CRANFORD. .. .
from it. 8. U LUPFXR. foci"
; N........................ home for avenue his family.and gone back to the old Dr. F. H. Sinning of Titusville Pa., ...'..ldent.. Vlce-Pnld.nt. SoeNtar7 '.;
I
From the appearance of things; wedding i is here looking over the Davennort.Colony : r .1

bells will shortly ring for several lie expects to buy land and bring
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: Market of our prominent younfe people. his family in the fall to make this their KISSIMMEE LUMBER: CO. i
New Meat
Comrade Wood has been,slightly in- home. The doctor expresses himself .j

d'spoped' for several day past. The I as delighted with this part of Florida.J. ,_.
B. and family passed through i
Clark
comrade although almost eighty
; ; years
New York Avenue. Opposite the Bank. I. t
of age still thinks himself a boy, and, here Monday morning on their way

First-Class Meat Cutter ih Attendance. Beef, trying to outpick all the hlackberrmgparties from Plant City -to Kissimmee. Theyare P ugh and Dressed

a few days ago; he got overheated traveling by ox team. ;. !
Hand.
Fresh Pork and Mutton .
Always on I
and.has. been rather ill sin'ethat The rain of Sunday evening was a
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time. god-send to this part of the land 'andit Pine Lumber.

MEAT DELIVERED TO ANY PART OF CITY. 1 was greatly needed: ". ,
St. Cloud is one of the prettiest little
It is rumored that the railroad com-
towns in Florida and, judging from. the .
ST- ) pany-intends I I to put in a side track at t'
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number who hn -
PADGETT & TINDALL great come everyday
FLOW 11)A our station in the near future. It will

Bla'kl..rryingpartll', the drummers must think" 'anall HO. therag. I i I be greatly appreciates. HOUSE BILLS A SPECIALTY ;; Jc.

.-. I Mr. Charles Parrish i is m Chicago on f:1: !

POSE AS A CAPITALISTFor I business.Mr. .
A comrade. and his wife have picked '
ONE DOLLAR we will semi you three handsomely! lithographed, but Hitchcock i of Chicago i is here
worthless stock certificates, which you can fill out yourself felt any amount, and together, t the last Hirer weeks, live getting his land ready for a grove. His J
have lots.i f fun showing to your friends as proof that you are wealthy. These hundred 'quarts;: of luscious big blackberries -I family will arrive in a few days. Very Low Round Rates .
I certificates appear to represent railway, gold mining and insnrance enterprises, and have Hold most of them at merchant has Trip
't and look just like the "real thing," but must not be used to"..realize: money.on. ten cents a quart right here in town. I Mr. Dodge our genial
f ONE SAMPLE:: FOR FIFTY CENTS:' been slightly under the weather for
When refrigerator cars, we can -- VIA--i
we get -
Send illustrated circular. ; much better
two cent stamp-for three days, but is now
INDEPENDENT PRINTING. COMPANIES, WASHINGTON, D. C. I almost supply the demand for severalof Dr. Hallow of Loughman; was Called; I I

.- the large cities in the north. The here twice this week to attend Mr. Al- Atlantic Coast Line '>
berries large and deliciously flavored. -
are
len, of Dania, who is here hoping our

1 T -T- le gallons. One of housewife blackberry has wine,made 100 cups twelve of fine climate will benefit his health. He FRO K I S S I 1M IVI E E. : "

is greatly improved.
.. and canned 150 quart jars of the
jelly Messrs. Speck, Sinning and WheelerThad $43.05: NEW YORK and RETURN; all rail. Sold daily. -, ,
J berries.On I business in Haines City Tuesday.Mr. Limited to October 31st. .

Tuesday. the Livingston Memorial I F. H. Sinning has purchasedtOI $43.05 PHILADELPHIA, PA., and RETURN, all rail.
Methodist church had another clearing I acres of land of Mr. Adair east of Sold daily. Limited to October 31st. .

Bathing bee on their newly acquired lot. The I Davenport. He intends it as a wedding $23.75 ASHEVILLE N. C., and RETURN. June I4-15-1S 'I
Seminole Land Company generously donated Limit June 30th.
: gift to his son, who is soon to marry.
three lots for churches,not only to $25.75 CHATTANOOGA, TENN., and RETURN. June
The young folks will make Davenport 6-7. Limit June 18th. ,
the Methodist church but for all other I
.: denominations. The Methodists will be Colony their liome. ,- $33.55 ST. LOUIS MO., and RETURN. June 3 to 8. LimIt .
A of colored,men arrived on the June 20th. '
gang .
is Fine the first ones to build, and when their J
; contractor measured off.the ground he 4:3Q train Tuesday, to work in the tur- ". $24.80 .TUSCALOOSA ALA., and RETURN. June 8-1J..I1'r; 1 ,' \ ', '
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pentine plant. Sept 3rRIN\ mc'ft)t.t; "n
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.J.....'.\')" ; .. ' found.,on, ',Laborers are very scarce here now ," $19.40 CHATTANOOGA TEl'f N and RETURN. June
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"jJ" . ,. ... Summer Resorts in Florida $24.10 NASHVILLE TENN.; and RETURN. 'June 18-19 -"-
... purchased. The church will be a hand- ,. 20-22-23. Limit June 28th.
4' I Home one and will cost 8000. It will The way in which Florida cities are STOP OVERS ALLOWED FAST TRAINS THROUGH ;
PULLMANS DINING CARS
and I
be of brick and modern in every res 'pluming themselves putting on .

pect. It will seat five hundred 1 on the their best clothes and announcing themselves For reservations or information call on nearest Atlantic Coast Line Agent or '

Get a SUIT and try it first floor and about two hundred in the ready for summer visitors is Y. R. BEAZLEY T P. A., J. G. KIRKLAND, D. P. A.

galleries. surprising. Yet there's no reason why |I TAMPA LA. ,
they shouldn't have done this long ago, I -
Mr. and Mrs. Meese, of Alliance,
if the idea had occurred to most of them.There's .
Ohio have given the contract for a no pleasanter climate anywherethan I THE fiBflYSTONf K G iD

beautiful avenue new and home 8th street.A corner. Pennsylvania that. belonging. to the Peninsular'- I # [JIWHE$ SHOPS

state: and dozens: or places oner spec
prominent contractor here has the
.f' COMPLETE LINE AT contract for seven new houses" be I I ial attractions-real attractions notmakebelieveto ANTHONY A. LOLL, Proprietor.o .-
4 those seeking a pleas-
built and finished by August.A -_ .
the The $ "o'" 1'
ant place to spend summer.
moving picture show from New
i York will shortly locate here. Fernandina Record calls attention to Fairbanks-Morse Gas .
Engines
the fact that summer Visitors will find
The public schools closed for the season -
ii L on Friday last, and the principal comfortable and agreeable quarters and Irrigating Outfits.
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i "Come and enjoy yourself, says the

C. W. D ANN'SH Miss Misses Hattie Lillie Leech Dale and and her Della assistants Leech, Record and be benefited in health as --- ---

well as made comfortable during the
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entertained the children most beauti- summer months in Florida. Beats the RENTED OR REPAIRED

fully on the lake front, o-n Tnesday bya North Carolina resorts in every res --- -- -- -- - .
delightful picnic. About one hundred pect"-Florida Industrial Record.
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Th. Deacon Hit Back. .,
1- antly spent In playing games dear to The best of things are open to -

1r the children, and the parents looked Abuse."*said a clergyman. "even prayer
r happily on. The young people and their meetings. William Spargua rose In WeSojldt: all Kinds Repair Work .

elders enjoyed the perfect bathing of .
prayer meeting one night and said be .------- ---- -- -
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desired to tell the dear friends present "
-- -- - -- -- - -- ------- basket lunch was servfed. heart that had ; '
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Mr. King, the Seminole Land Com- ooaloaoooaoaoolooaooooo..Z
come over him. so that be now for o
I pany's genial superintendent, will soon gave, fully and freely'. Deacon Jones ,
; C. put his beautiful launch May Queen into for the horse be bad sold him. toi -
E. L. LESLEY COMPANY
commission. "Deacon Jones was too shocked at

. I Mils Lottie Mott who i is visiting flrst'to reply. He soon recovered! himself g

friends in town will leave shortly for however and be rose In his pew "
.tSTANFORD her home in Gainesville. and said: ::: ST. C OUD.I LORIDA g
Christian ,
dear
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I Mr. Kooker Jacksonville, who was
friends, to have gained Brother William .
I f 1. CO.'S in town last Wednesday and Thursday I I Spargus forgiveness; but, all tbe THE NEW COLONY ,STORE g4
''I lost' his wallet containing a large sum "' .
same be ain't paid for the boss yet
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Ii I of money. The purse was found minus 01 It
-Cincinnati Enquirer. ---- -- --- ---- too -
j I --= IS THE-PLACE: TO'BUY its contents. Several suspects are being "
carefully watched. Mr. Kookerwas Stylaa In Bald H.ada. Staple) and Fancy Groceries! Shoes Gents'Furnishings 0 .
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I here in the interest of the Livingston "I never saw so many fashions In Kitchenwarc, Glass and China- g

!Ir IrDry Goods Shoes and Notions Memorial M. E. church. He is-a bald heads as I see here tonight" said : ware at Lowest Prices. Confections, Cigars ;
; prominent Jacksonville Fla.. gentleman she at the theater. "Now. look in toO -
and Tobacco! Oils and Gasoline.
and greatly interested in the build- front of us. Look at that triangular -&)
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Ing of this church. one that oblong one that square one. ; .
- -- that pointed one that one that goes o Saves you money on everything you want. See our toO .
goods before buying elsewhere. ,
Pure Water and Protection from In allover In a globular way Just a ragged -<<) 0 ,
:ROOX CO L80TTOM E' o Money saved is money made. Don't throw it away.
fringe all round. I just can'twatcb toO -
0 .A.J'fD: sects. the play," she sighed "for looking Agents for the Famous Phenix Safe. It is strictly Fire- to- a

It has been stated that any town in at them."-New York Press.But .
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PeICES SEE the south which has a good water supply 8h W... : -

1 and sewerage and will drain the That( comedy star shot her _man iiSPr, I L6 ASM !
surrounding teritory so as to protect jt ager." "I neve* thoagBt bar u a e
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from the malarial mosquito has the hooting star."-New York Press. "

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: PUBLISHED EVERY'FK1DAT. Eden without Itt serpent; California]'favors from the hegvenlybeinp.. but.we from People Outside of '

Office galley Gazette Building 'without its snow storms; Ontario -Without have them all the, same?, a {i i
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s K1S31MMEE. OSCEOLA '
mer. No prostration;;-no."'frozen bodies, j amt!*,, like:unto'a' ;t+weet dream,' Nevertoo :::1' ,, Ia., May 1,3. 1910. Kisslmm e' 'f Tk :
"IT. B. HARRIS, Editor .ael Prop' '). and floods few divorcedno !
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/ ,... no drouths no ; hot, never too told,never too wet, 1 1 B. Harris,' .
,. :J J PLeTT.',,Associate li dhoti poodle dog devotees, :' No male- never too lry.-' No abnormally. > dthy i i Dear Slr-l have closed out..y :,tore" : I

factohsof 'great wealth 'beggars.,| 'at Harrlsonville Mo. and ,
RATES 'l no people, no pitifully poor; few jail' birds ,, will Ire in _
t _ __ .'UBS RJfTION SociallyTVehave a little streak of codfish -.| and \: I I Klssimmee: to first-class
QM copy,one year.. ., U 00 no mollycoddles-just an Average soon open up a
,,0.. _1'..i. montht... .. .. 10. arlstocrafcy but not enough to hurt i js The only thing: we._have to-excess) down jewelry .tore. I say IIOQn, but the . ,+'

AH _unleau.m.. mept Dom our' nthor' /i.. ii whole we"ai>xstemocralic""in i plrit] I here is joy and peace.;-"Pensacolii Jour- I,I facts are that I can't open 'it' as" noon 4 -.... --

.t. ..*d ooTMUpondrata.mu.t b*(Icncdn OM wrlmiMtcd and politics, 1,1< nal. I as I would like to,' asI can't get the -
natter will not b* r.turn.d u.le.
.. tot. _,' il I We have no e rthquake-qor () ; "* buildin>.as soon as 1 would like to for This. Tracljs Now Open tothe ,ublor, .

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.. I -'..,bMc mall m.tt r. = | never disturbed by disaster, buVvjroesJon appear odd to people mho haVe never lt. I am the party who l is going Sale In Five-acre and Larger .

'I Fri fa'r. May 2t. 1910. growing''' / those products tl spent a !summer season in this State, to put a stock of jewelry In. the room "

make'us happy and prosperous, ,. t ,Florida people know the advantage that the Osceola Pharmacy now occu r. ,
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I' anywh-; possessed by the Land of Flowers pies. I .*....* We '
Every; stranger arriving in Kissimmee Our Aen are nQ ugher.than I over are Offering'
I remark that this is the most prosperout else, which if saying a*'good deal, and the noled resorts; of other parts of the I have a brother, H. E. Cole, who i.a is

and progressive town hehas visited: our women-but we forbear any at- country. A- ultry night is. something'1 practical jewelerand' who is going The People of Kissimmee

In the South. eWe 'tempt to do teem justice, for to do so totally unknQw in "Florida. and as far,I to manage the store for me. He will
- _,., as known there hasxnever been a death be in Kissimmee in about three weeks,
-- -- -- our neighbors, would think us, the yain- First Choice of These Tracts
will gamble our lone thirty cents\ est lot'' ot 'f>fr\t\t\ \ on earth. Besides I II I from hunntroke in th s State. The I|I and I will come in September. r see ... I

that Kissimmee has few er..":trok., men words fail us. seaside resorts of Florida
.. than any other city in the United Stater. I the beat theprofession popular with people .from Gebpgia and have -town.; of 10,000 in two years t
.Our physicans arepmong
---:.- :: -:::::;-=: affords, but we haven't, much other States in the summer e, i That 'being the case, L might just a* was elect a Beach Tract

From those who have traveled over 1 -. Financial-acid Industrial! World. well put in a store on the start that
use for them. Our death rate is conceded -
the state during the past two months ---- -- --- ; w4JI' be all right for a place of that size.
tob. Ih..lowt' t in the entire countryiu -
we learn that the drouth has done 1t'8111 We would call | Xj Respectfully,
the
fact, people"fronTall the other states attention of our AT. ONCE
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-1 damage to grov s and gardens in and \. C. A. Cole,
men of wealth to the fact that there' is
I i come to Florida in quest of health fortune |!
other t
around Kissimmee than any section -
r' 'and They leavei hot a real comfortable dwelling houseI
| happiness. never -
i::' visited; owing, of course.to' the i disappointed, for they seldom leave atl',in the city for rent, and there in hardlya :: San DiegM. Cal., May 6, 1910. I

t numerous. .. lakes in. "this.. locality.They .-. Those who"do are hopeless cases I'I'all. day that some stranger' does not comehefe W. H. 'Harria' Edifcj*.
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I dollars' worth of new buildings In half in the grave when they came here.. I permanently.' This is a matter that demands payment for your very w .awake ,

r fi 4. course of construction or contracted for Every home, no matter how humble, immediate attention, and it Valley'Gazette sik months. I iKipe to
would be both foolish andunbusiness be among you good people! before m nj OFFICE IN OKEECHOBEE BUILDING
and that will, be
amount
in Kismmmee, has its fragrant Mower beds l in the front I .
) like to neglect it. moons, as we have )bought a town lot
: doubled as soon as building material yard under the palms' and the wistaria
and an acre at $t. Cloud. I did expectto
l can-be obtained, to say nothing of nearly in which .is perched the.
Iwt',1"8"Flor'l The Souvenir Supplement of the be there in April )but a )bad spell of
fifty thousand dollars being expendedto ida mocking bird whose I
: I. tkplan" News arrived rft thin office! sickness cut me out for a time I am
-t install water works and kewcritge.A IHlies soothe us lo sleep lit night andvtake .
and i is a credit to that live and up-to- no stranger in that part of Florida, 1 I' ...
us up at the break oT; dawn. ....... '
stranger' remarked the other. day date newspaper. Both as a specimen having lived and done business at San- _' ... .
We work eight or ten hours aleepeight :r.--
that if our County Commissioners. would of typographical: art and' q well edited, ford before the freez, and I 1'l1gto;
and frolic the rest of the time.Parks .
I increase their subscription to the Valley are H' thick HS potato hills in I publication, it is second to none we be there again under the. Florida.unshine i I BUY YOUR GROCERIES BY MAIL ,
'"e Gazette to five thousand copies and have seen. Editor Metherington and where lover of field sporty, can
these and "keep off the
distribute them through the North and parts his able assistants are to bu coivgratu- I lied) the. bt'st of shooting and l fishing.I r
The '1C\-IlS""j
West, that it would require ten hotels placards are never seen., lated, on producing such a splendid l advertisement I am so surprised. to ntfj what Kis- I Let us pla:.e your name on our mailing, list. Our
celebrate the last
the size of the Graystone to accommodate gerieration of their city. .Himmee and St. Cloud have done in the Monthly price list is full o'f bargains -
their crying era by plunging into a bottomless
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( 1 | few months. When I first .
the )people who would come here past came Cured Meats Sold Cost
lake of t ut
I !pure Iranspareutwaterand .
next winter. No one who has studiedthe I to :Sanford; and opened toe Wigwam: i iI .
swimming few leagues while ten Two Hundred Delegates.Those .
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question doubts the correctness. of ;I sportsmen's headquarters, Will Far-i
J Ills statement. I thousand frightened. : fishes underneaththem in charge < plunge downward dear life I Ii
-- for the hope that at least 2OO delegates men I f ever did business with. He | PACKING HOUSE MARKET

v Work is progressing:; satisfactorily 1 The same old, moon that sheds ida' : will attend the anual gatheringof went to Kiasimmee and a gun -
store, but I do not know were he went'' 10Q4-1006 Franklin St. TAMPA FLORIDA --.
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the sewerage system for Kissimmee.This silvery beams on the smoke and soot- Epworth Leaguers at Tampa June I .
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is one of the most important matters stained roofs of Gotham's tenements' 21-24. Every Epworth League in the I you. may among II i iI -- - ... = -----...." =- ---

t} that the town has taken up in a and timidly seeks sweet entrance into !State' should be represented' The City I Several families from San Diego talk | .'

long time, and the result' will be for the the Sultan's harem, is the same moon Union of Tampa, composed of ten Ep I I of settling. among you soon, and I tell '
I Gets Four Years An appeal has been taken, ninety days
them all make O'Quinn
they cannot a mistake.
betterment of all concerned. Wat..raewers which makes. our nights but days in a worth leagues are leaving no stone
I and have in which to thecase
Myself family left California being given
-i and are prime necessities for modifiecfform. The. moon, and its merry unturned to make' this a great" success.' three times and settled in Florida, but W. A. O'Qumn, convicted! of man- the prisoner being' allowed prepare bondin

health and comfort, and the enterprising I sisters of the constellation we sometimes They are planning to give their' visitors in some way drifted back here ; Slaughter .for the killing of H. A. the sum of tl.lXJU, which will no

g, citizens of Kissimmee are to be congratulated i think live closer to the Land -of moonlight excursion on the bay to St. i but I feel .sure.that if we ever ge tack ..Johnson l last March, was given four doubt )be given.
I I will and remain there. in the His Miss Eliza Kodefer, the
Flowers tharrto Somehow again we try years penitentiary. attorney ; young woman
that they are soon to have the provinces. Petersburg. Special rates will be
I Wjth best wishes, 1 am i immediatly asked for a new in the case, who has stuck to O'Quinn
these modem conveniences' and necessities. ' I I they nestlecloser to the earth down j secured over all the railroadu I '
I leading Yours truly I II trial on the ground of newly discovered through it all, left for her home in
: .-Times-Union j i I here than they do elsewhere. It is lit | into Tampa. I! C. A. Loud.I' evidence, which Judge Jones refused. Bristol, Va., this afternoon
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Just think, of It. Choco)a ." plates r: VI ''OffR-- EXTRAORDNARY

r .' .. .TELEPHONE, NQ. 11. 15c For a pound.Sale-r- City'.-nit Su e. S TY H PENINGS _

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w. a,: .A.'B. '' .. B..For Makinson Sale-r-Milk residence cows. Apply. 22-8t-pd to W. Mt t t 1NFZ'r ciatsa., Phan. He.47 \ C ntral'Florid'a .
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i nothing.. Aak'us. At Da 'ln" 22.-tf On Saturday night! a party waa given Miii E!: Elizabeth Canon left today fora 'NATURES J.

Weather Report To prevent typhoid and malaria by Miss Kate O'Berry. ,.at' her home in few day* visit to Mr. G. A. Dreekaand SANITARIUM \'
Fenole use South'Kissimmee. :disc Elizabeth D. Coulter, of De-
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Pharmacy, distributor ,Delightful refreshments were served. Land. SJbe be ,_. -ONE OF NATURE'S =
,, *. went up to present at .. BEAUTY SPOTS -- ... ,
I.' . 21-St Those present were: Mines Mildred commencement exercise of the 'John : .
Following are the daily tem- Prentis sells Kimball ptans and Lee.Mary; Boberts Elmer Smith Annie B. Stetson University. IN .
or THE LAKE REGION OF COUNTY
ORANGE
.. and precipitation as Carson Maried'BerryKateOlBerrl ...
peraturet guns. 'Sf-e him at The Home Store. t" .. .,
... .reported by the Government ZI I.t.l Inez darsoni; MeB...., Gus Smith, 'I' '
\ Miss Minnie. "H In ton of
or Charlie Reynolds, .
Mopn Vernon Ellis Mart
Klasiromee. for the THE; "COUNTS OF' F UJT$ AND VEGETABLES"r
station. at Spray with Femole and O'BerryL.Charle.Carson, Charlie O'Berry Ga., arrived Wednesday. She ii the ...' .
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ending May mosquitoes Get it 'at' Osceola Pharmacy J ee ,Butler.!: .__ If" .
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.MAX: WIN. RAIN *m' Rev. Bunyan Stephens: arrived home 7 7K 7h
Use i mini'i'. Chill Tonic. Guaranteed A small party'of' young people enjoyed Friday after a two weeks Baltimore ) -
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..FridaySaturday.-,. a moonlight horseback ride..Tue.da .- lie 9T'I A .
: .Price 25 cent. Sold -by all where attended the Southern Baptist 1 a .g 1
t ., 94 71 druggists; uI17- night. Those who went :were: Convention.
Sunday. !&3 68 ..0i'J Misses Elmer Smith Kate O'Berry, . = I- J
. 95 71 . New /line Dordthy Dodd oxford, just Ruth Butler; Messrs. Charles Moon -- -- s"b4.OIsaBeptdtiI. hr j
': Monday received in our shoe department At Gua. Smith Stanley Bullock.On Mfks Mary Carson arrived home last ; +. .
i'J'I' Tuesday. 94 71 123 C. W. Dann''s. 22-tf, night from Gainesville Ga., where she
: Wednesday. "86 71 .21 I has been attending Brenau College. I.
Thursday 93 66 .25 Full line ladies', d ildren'. and men's Wednesday night 'a launch ride She is being welcomed most enthusiastically laeih odOw 0 '
.i. was given. Those present were: Misses to
1; bathing suits, caps, and slippers Prices Elmer I by her many friends... P rim
\ SOc suit up. At Dann's. 22-tf Kate O'Berry. Smith Vivian bK t p CA setae "
Lee Mildred Lee Marie
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Lost-A- diamond stud. Messrs. Charlie Moon. Gus O'Berry Smith;, Mr. sail Mrs. J.. R. Gilbert and their 0.ed
screw A lib- M .
a QCslaw
'.;;;. """"' K-Hrrrrww- eral reward. will be paid, if found, by Clyde Nelson, Stanley Bullock Will Tifton son. Prater, are visiting relatives in ''y py rxa stn:r ass L Praaw o '
Ga.
this.week. Mr. and Mrs. or'r
addressing box 468, city 21-tf Prather. The party was chaperonedby Q rl?l s r
Gilbert
Mr. and Mrs. Kelly. are expected back home tomorrow

I THE LOCAL HELD. I *N Fenole drives away and kills flies, .. but Prater will stay all summer I rfrs rlalldA

: mosquitoes and all other insecls. Get '
Henry Moon down from Atlanta
came ;
it at Osceola Pharmacy. 21-3t on Wednesday for a few days visit to I Mr. Robert Beeland in the guest of

: ------------- Boys, have, you seen the new line of his parents, Mr. and Mrs John S. his brother: Mr. E.,S. Beeland. ,

'. pants, same a* men's five and six dollar Moon. I $ a i
Wade the tuner Orlando. kind? Price way down. At,Dann's.22.tf .... Mrs. Walter J. LaRue entertained a au
----a Mrs. Addie Paulk and son, 'Wom- Tuesday afternoon, in honor of lit-r\lilI I wt to d 'tHs vGki Q .,

.' Dwellings for rent-apply to M: Til- p boldl, of Jasper, spent Wednesday in I I tie daughter's .(Fohtaine) fourth bifth- I r / fisbrP our

lr. t- Office 'fix tlo1.rwII. filing cabinets and town the guests of Mrs. C. A. Carson. I:i day. The little guests were: Joe. and s 6 To o e kafftp -I 1v

Look for the big: red cos... labor saving devices of all kinds Yaw- I Miss i Berta Bryan reached home Wednesday Dot MaKinson{ Elizabeth Parke'f Th"JI Sh1nQ. Creek a ,,L kt j+
& Erbe | ma Campbell, Katharine Tiller Prance
man make. See Prentm at the I'
City Fruit Store.WANTED Home Store. tf ]I Tress Irene-Franklin, Lily Hose )Dann part n
night from College Park <;a., I| and Margaret Winn. After a merryi a ,rc i fort Ta71oe .

\!: A /good! young U. N.milk Floyd.cow.l.tf WantedBids for plowing twenty where she had been attending Cox. I i: time spent in playing games, dainty refreshments I :i '... G///'I' ,a.rK ..
A ai-res 'in Park {datden. Work to" be Her many friends are delighted 1 to see 1! of ice cream and cake were i.. i I P _

For fresh fish, phone the Hull Baas. dune noon. See Nelson Realty Co., or her again./ I II served. ohopA
Market N40. 189.! 19-If! write N. A. Clay, Mt. Vernon O. 20tf

For dressed. poultry, phone the !Hull Sewing Machines Agency for Singer I I Splendid" rains have fallen h..r.In the 1 :MIBH Mabfl Parker and her brother MAl' VI.' OKANCE: CO.. FLA., SHOWING WlNDERMERB COLONY LANDS

Hatts Market. No. 189. """'" 19-tf! machines. Cash or on easy payments. past few day and sister Wadley and Elizabeth, left I
"' *?I.()() per month Machines rented. I ] Wednesday for South Carolina for the II I TheVmdermere located in TERMS
-. Agency of the, WIit., Star I Laundry 21-tf The, Home Store. Born. to Mr. and .M..... W. W. Hell Hummer. While Miss. Mabel will colony IB I
away "
'" at the Home Store Phone 154. on Fr.iday. May 2l(f. a son. I visit George Parker who U attending the beautiful, lake region of Orange
For Sale Rhode Island Red eggs. the Pennsylvania Denial County Florida, on the Atlantic CoastLine
Colltee in Philadelphia
"'- Auto Livery 'day or night.; Call S, 1111.0(1(( per netting': of lf/). None better. Born to Mr. and Mrs.. H A. Myers I also Washington, New YorkandXA'tlUTTtTiifCity Railway fourteen miles northwest Special Offer For 10 Days Only
W. Downing, phone lf>6. f 17tf drderH. left at Bass & Porter's store on Thursday May 26th twin sons.Mr : ,
will receive attention returning by steamer of KibMirnmee, and on the county
Mutton fresh fat and line, at the EAUkRG prompt' & CKAWKORD, M. L. Tyler left this week for I j from New York. j i clay road nine miles west of Orlando, 10-ACRE FARM-BUILDING LOT. .

Kull Bass Market, phone 1897! 19-tf! 204J.Id Pinedale Chicken Farm. Uelevan Wifa., to upend the summer. i I Sheriff C. F. Prevatt .... l the county seat of Orange County. 50x125 AT WINDERMERE ORANGE i

5 or 6 doses "CG6" will cure any case Wash and Be Clean.- We call partic- .M r. Henry Moon arrived from Atlanta and Phillips C. H.better Webking known, charging as 'Frenchy them with, No healthier pot in Florida no ma- COUNTY FLORIDA AND") ONE 1 ,
of Chills and Fever. Price 25c. 14-6mo
ular attention, to our porcelain-lined thus week on a visit to his parents. violating the state law in regard to laria. Our land are I 6) to 20 feet above
bath-tubs, guaranteed; also lavatories, seining in fresh water lakes and SHARE OF OSCEOLA LAND AND .
Fresh; bread d-y. also fancY streams. lake level and 120 to 130 feet above sea Y
fruits every and candies Mrs. closets sinks etc.The Mr. K. O. Meek has moved his realestate This is the second case he has made '
groceries, at INVESTMENT COMPANY STOCIC,1'1
level, with nature's perfect drainage.No ]
Regero's. ]19-tf Pioneer Plumbing Shop. office to the Citizens Bank build- against Frenchy in the past few weekson ,'\
21-Gt Box 625. ing. the same charge and the sheriff marsh or swamp land on the entiretract. PAR VALUE $100.00 ALL EOR

LaRue serves Young & (Gaither's delicious says he is determined to either breakup '
Tampa i ice cream. None better. For Sal.1'horoult'hbr..d Berkshire Mrs. Walter LaRuf and little daughter the seining business or make it warm $150.00 CASH .t
No one of the fifteen or twenty
tt'n.
Wholesale or retail tf sow and two BOW pigs about 4 monthsold. Fontaine, visited in Orlando last for the violators.
Apply to week. acre farms offered for sale is over five 4
For Sale-Six milk cows with calves. C. W, FRANK, : .Mr. R. P. Mikesell, who has charge miles from than You will be given 30 days in which to
all fresh. $25 to-$75 each. 21-3t pd lJ'lliard'B Island. Miss. Mabel Parker and little sister of Mr. E. W. "Bowen's operations at Windermere nor more examine land allotted to before -:
6 16-tf Z. W. BASS. Elizabeth visited relatives in Orlando Canoe creek, was in the city this weekto three miles from a railway station. you
For surf bathing fishing, boating and last week. carry down with him ten fine blooded You can live at Windermere and be contract to purchase becomes binding

I' Our candy is guaranteed absolutely automobiling go to the Atlantic Hotel. rams, which Mr. Bowen had ordered within distance of and upon both parties, and if at any time 1 t; '
pure, and is made in the most, sanitary Coronado Ue/arh. Directly the ocean. Cunning the Man of tonight will sent down to be placed with his flock easy your grove within said thirty days, upon examina- :
exhibit at the house and truck farm enjoying all the license of \
factory, in the world. Garage in connection. Summf-r rates opera of four hundred native he..p. recently
1i I Y.j f 224t-pd. Mrs I. M. Mabbctt, Prop. tomorrow night. j purchased from Mr. C. At: Carson. Mr. country life and have all the advantagesof tion of property you are dissatisfiedwith ...,.

For bargains in resident property, Mikesell reported very atisfactoryprogrell& the town. Every farm fronts a your property" you may exchangesame
Miss Berta arrived home from
truck lands and CI&Ion\ The young/ I adieu ol the Presbyterianchurch
orange groves Atlanta with his experiments in for other allotment of the
any
H. M. Breaker. Kissimmee. Fla. 4-tf will sell,ice cream and cake at; Cox college, Ga., yesterday, feedstuff of different kinds growing public highway.We .
Miss Bandy's millinery parlors. next to.spend vacation. are_not putting people on email same value remaining unsold or.have. ,

After November JSth:; wood will ..lJe11.2ILa Friday afternoon," June AI I. from threeto Mr. and Mrs B. Dicker left this Mr. J. M. Willson Jr., recognized as farms located on a thirty or forty your money' back a.
on
stran delivered. six oclock. I the best friend of the Seminole Indians thousand of If you are interested In Florida land .
w..k'for Ga. brief acre tract undevelopedland.
-. Kissimmee Lumber Co. Fitzgerald on a
r Mr. Beuter local representative: of visit to their' old home. has from just Billed received Bowlegs a very Seminole unique present Within this 'five-mile radius of as a permanent or winter home or Man
a brave
j For choice 5-acre suburban home the Southern Colonization Co., carried investment don't miss this oppor
Mr. and Mrs. Grant Kendall of Orlando in the form of two very large alligator Windermere covering our ]land, maybe
tracts, see Kimiiinmee Gardens. down-over twenty prospectors by auto feet of them tunity. This offer lion a ground-floor\ ..
one
Jr. last look visited Mr. and Mrs. D. N. Floyd having eight toes and found over TWO THOUSAND ACRESof ; '
20 tf J. M. Willson weak to over the
company's
last Saturday and Sunday the other six toes. In recognizing: the and basis and will yield a profit of from
lands sixty miles south of this city. bearing groves (oranges grapefruit -
For Rent Furnished, or unfurnished curiosity, for an alligator should only 100 to 1,000 per cent to purchasers be-
in addition to cultivated farm
-- Mr. Cartwright, engineer on the Midland have four Billee felt the ),
toes
-r house of 7 rooms, electric lighted Mr. XrAT Lollthe automobile man superiority ;
etu throughout Address P. O. Box 646. returned last Friday from a business, ahd his family left, Tuesday ,for .tit the gift and that U would add to and truck lands. What other colony fore the year is out. ,' f,
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16-tf trip to New York, Pittsburg and other New York to visit relatives. .Miv..Willson'i cabinet. of curios. proposition Florida can offer these Make all check, "drafts, money orders ;. ;1

" & Northern cities, where- he went'on business Captain and Mrs.'R E. ? etc, payable to the State Bank of .:" ,
'' Mr. and Mrs.; W. J. 'Sears and little Rose, of Tallahassee advantages .
w<: 1 J. M. Po.t'wiJI repair'your' watches, connected with his autO' and Kissimmee Kissimmee Fla. to be li... ,
.' clocks and will it' gi- BOn, Joseph leave toirorroftr. for White spent a few days hit this city Windermem is ideally located, bordered ,
or refund your jewt'lrLand money. See do him, right next rage business.' Springs to spend a few weeks. last week, guests of Captain and Mrs. on the east by Lake Down on the credited to the account of the.Osceola .'" + 0 ''e
Johnson
door to Osceola PharmacY 10-tf Rev.: Father Fax of Orlando will Mrs. D. N. Floyd went up toOrlandothis Clay his regular round Captain of inspection Rose as was State on west by Lake Butler, beautiful freshwater Land and Investment Company. I rlIo '
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to KJ88immee ?
An intelligent may earn $]00 come 89. Will Sunday May J 9th. week to undergo an operation at Chemist, and while here visited St. lakes full of game fish. In ad-
person have
on devotion at 7:30:; in
the Church and Home Hospital.The . Cloud and was shown around the
monthly corresponding for newspapers. the evening and country dition to.the natural advantages, Wind q
say mass Monday OFFER IS POSITIVELYFOR
by Captain Johnson THIS
No canva ng. Send for particulars.Press morning at 6 'Clockt in the chapel lit Nelson Realty Co. has rentedrooma'over carried generally him in his who ermere will have schools and churches,

Syndicate B 2245, Lockport, N.Y. the home of i reI's. the Citizens Bank and will expressed himself new to a automobile.representativeof He electric light plant tourist hotel, banks, 10 DAYS ONLY AFTER

For Cyphers Incubators poultry supplies Hon. A. E. Donegan attended the move their offices there in a short time this paper as highly gratified-at the etc. The men: back of this colony intend ,WHICH.OUR TERMS WILL BE $260 ''v -

and Arthur G. Dustin strain meeting of the State Democratic Executive Mr. F. H. Jenkins the surveyor, hat wonderful development seen on every to make it one of the leading inland

..... White Wyandotte eggs, See G. E. Committee, of which) he is the moved his office from Fraternity Hall hand and stated that he had felt sure winter home resorts of Florida. They FOR 10 ACRES OF FARM LAND .. $ 4
Takach.. Eggs *6.00 par hundred. 5-tf member from this county in Jacksonville building to the Citizens Bank building. for the past twenty years that with its
last Tuesday when the vote of the many natural advantages, this section will live right in Windermere with you; AND BUILDING LOTS 60x125 AT- :

Anyone anywhere can start a mail recent primary-was canvassed. Both the State and Citizens banks was bound to develop sooner or later. their families are there their interestsare PER CENT OFF< f'

.{ order business at home. No canvaas- have recently had handsome metal Captain Rose was also kind enough to there, and their money is invested WINDERMERE, 10
ing. Be your own boss. Send for free Mr. E. G. Vans Agnew has been busy signs placed in front of their places of say that, everything else being equal, there. FOR CASH.
booklet Tells how. Heacock A 2144, this week moving his brother's (Col. business. he considered Kissimmee the most desirable "

Lockport, N. Y. P. A. Vans Agnew) law offices from place on earth in which to live. .*.. t
the Katz,> hiiiliiincr to rooms over the Mrs. Carter and little daughter of '
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WantedParty to fence I 5) acres of Citlz@n.Bark.; Colonel has i been Tampa are the guests of her ,sister, i Mrs. QUIM Bass, Sr. N. B.-This offer'is good only until 2. p.I1t., Tkurs't!
land plow and sow the land .to absent for several months on account' Mrs. C. W. Griffin with whom they
peu'l
also reliable party to plow 20 of illness, but is expected home next will spend some.time. her On Saturday, May I., at the home of day, June 2. Remember that your money is
put it in shape to cultivate month daughter" Mrs. Lewis Shiver at

,1 Nelson Realty Co. The Rev. David D. Kidd (will hold Cocoa, 'Fla., Mrs. Quinn Baas :":ir., held in trust by The State Bank of Kissimmee
Next'Sundai' both morning; and even- services in the Episcopal church on died suddenly, while in the act of

', Dr. J. C. Davis, licensed optician by services at 'the Pres Sunday next. Morning prayer andsemoon packing' her trunk to return. to her until the Osceola Land & Investment 'CO. delivers t
State Optical Board, can be seen at byterian church ... it will be the fifth at 11 o'clock. j home in Orlando.
r Park Hotel for glasses.. Headache of Sunday in the month.- The theme In I Besides her aged husband she leaves title deed for '
years standing relieved with glasses by the morning will be, "Our Religion Mr. C. W. Griffin has gone to Georgia four sons and two daughters as -fol) a warranty property purchased ...
Dr. Davis. Eyes tested free. Don t Worth Propagating" and in the even- on a brief trip having taken advan- lows: Richard David and Arnold Bass 1h )*
and share of stock
name
neglect your children's eyes. 14-If ing it will be, "Able to Save." All tage of the low excursion rates to visit of this county, Crawford Bass of Orlando one your
are most cordially invited. relatives and friends in that tate. Mr .- Lewis Shiver of Cocoa, '
said
Having secured the services of two !, and Mrs. Godbold, of Bradentown.. to bank.Osceola ,/
first-class all around mechanics F. M. Mr. H. E. Cole and son Mr. Russell Misses Mary Carson, Marietta Pfann Mrs. Bass, who was familiarly called

\ Benjamin and R. E. Netting, I am pre Cole, of Mt Carroll 111., arrived in the and Ruby Ellis returned home yesterday -, "Aunt Jane," was known and loved by
pared to do all classes of plumbing city last week and will make their home from Brenau college Gainesville all'the older residents of this section j
wind-mill work tin roofing, etc. Allow here in future. Mr. Cole and his brother Ga., to spend the summer vacation.We where she spent the last sixty years ; .
my shop to make an estimate on your have rented the Rivers building now or more of her life .having moved -
work. Step in and inspect our stock. occupied by the Osceola Pharmacy, and understand Mr. W. B. Makinson here from Sumpter county Ga., with i iCompan

21.2t The, Pioneer Plumbing Shop. will open a first-class' jewelry store will erect eight more concrete stone her husband shortly after they were I I Land and Investment--
about the first of October cottages similar to the one completedsome married and settled just beyond where
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Vanted Your property to sell. If time ago; just above the old opera the cemetery is now located. I
for sale and wil- Mh Henry O'Neal of Rosalie house.
you have properly are was in In those days this section .
was a vast
ling to sell it at its honest value we the city this ICtransacting bu ine88.- f inhabited Vj
can place it for you and get you the Mr. O'Neal owns several launches that Mr; J. M. Lee has been elected a wilderness and wild principally by" Indians : : .
I the member of the of animals and she was ; --- --- = :
ply route from here board trustees of
7.. money. We have a good clientage in I to points aa never happier than when \..
: far down as Lake Kissimmee Southerland College and attended hia entertaining
;; the west, and are prepared to serve but says visitors at her hearthstone ,
with
taI..1of ,
that the water in the first of the board at the
; your interests faithfully.. List your | canals is too low meeting college her
early experiences in those BANK
trying STATE! '
property with us. at present to get a boat through that last week. times. / aC .$ Kissimmee Fla. ir
Nelson Realty Co. draws more than ten inches. BUILDING. .
.I. I Mrs. Tat man left on.yt>8t..rday to The remains were brought to this

"Hear ye! Hear ye! How much will A short lime ago we received a booklet spend the 'next four months at her city on Monday, May 16, and tenderly .
ye give for a human body and soul?" ( entitled "Fertilizing for Size and summer home in Benton Harbor; Mich. laid to rest in Rosehill cemetery, the
The cry.rings through the land from the '. 'Quality," issued. by Wilson & Tamer Mrs. Tatman stated on leaving that sheregretted funeral being attended by a large gathj j I'
auctioneer of souls the white slave fertilizer Co.. of Jackannvillo.. Fin- very much being: forced to erineof sorrowing friends and relatives i

trader. The direful results of the answers and now from this same firm comes a leave Kissimmee now as she desired to "
to this fiendish cry are told in i pamphlet "Remedies for Insects and remain here and see it grow, but business SmithSaundersOn The BULL BASS MARKET ,.
. =-... realistic pen pictures in the great book Diseases" The first named 4s a citrus demanded her presence in Benton ,
the 19th of
Thursday, this month ,.
booklet but Harbor ., y
the
latter
j : "rtghting The Traffic In Young Girl i reaches over i '
I. Miss Ethel Smith of Pomona
; was ardeii Building One Block from Depot
garden) and field.
which asked to 22-It grove Contrary
are buy. to
" you united in marriage to Mr. .
I II the free literature in general the The rain Sunday evening kept a considerable : George N.SaTTnders
I .4" For Sale-Two ten acre Iota on Vine greater contents of the Wilson &Toomer : number of persons'. from attending of this place at the home of '"' **
C,' street in Kissimmee, one partly cleared Fertilizer Co. literature treats : Mr.. Grinnell lecture the the bride. Fresh Florida<< of all kinds. .
''I i for 650,. and the other for. $550. general principles established by upon- Christian church but those who did attend The wedding was a quiet affair, only imd% MEATS
practical Western Jfo Jfo Jfo
the of ,
Good trucking land easily drained and experience aided by scientific were richly repaid. One cannot members the family .being present )
irrigated or suitable for poultry or'' study.: These articles are worth careful listen to this highly talented lady with. .- I i
dairy; also a fine orange grove of ten reading by both old and new growers out realizing that there are all along The bride is the daughter of Mr. POULTRY. EGGS. FRESH FISH {
acres, with ten acres of cultivated land for they contain the best information the ordinary paths of life grand truths and Mrs. Crick man Smith of Pomona. ,

adjoining, good buildings, tools and I, obtainable in regard to the products of that only need to be pointed out to The groom is a sterling business man Special Attention lo Phone Orders and Free "
of and is well t
', awaken Kissimmee liked by all I
; equipment. A bargain at$5,5OO. Terms our State and we trust all interestedwill a higher reverence for the
to suit purchaser. G. F. Kribbs. take advantage of the liberal offer great Creator. Kissimmee may well who}) know him. Delivrry lo any part of llie Cily._Plione 189 '
22-2t Kiisimroee, Fla, made them. be proud of Mrs. Grinnell as one of our The Valley Gazette extends best ,
townspeople. Wishes, to this newly wedded couple. r,t" ': 1.

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+t1# +++++ THE FINAL POSE.It I more (\\uli:kly than the eye can follow Quite Real I I -- -
T but there's no mistake in the total. "And can't he act at all?" demanded j -
ri'G l Mad Perhaps, 'the visitor will want a large Hi Tragedy
4 : RAYSTONEF' the Thing Harmonious and \
Complete All Around. I piece of: money changed into small "Well, upon occasion hoan," replied I Ideal Fertilizers'-
ID the early days of traveling by cola Instead of going through the Lowe Comedy. "For Instance, only today .

OfH alL IH! Ul_ :J: stagecoach across the nicky! moun wearisome operation of counting out I saw bid getting next to some
the 3()) pieces Included In this traps.- free lunch, and bo acted for all the '
talns the trip was likely to Uo relievedof
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; : ::1: action' a simple, Ingenious device 1s QUALITY / '
A I 2.50 to 3.60 per day monotony by .Incidents of no ordl- I world like a man who was starved to 'I '
Special by week or month; employed. A-/flat' wooden tray is produced death,"-Catholic: Standard and Times '" '
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i |nary occurrence.' Iuttha, fttlguo of containing a hundred recesses, I Our citrus booklet><;titled FERTILIZING x'OQ' SIZE :AND : ':
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N. W. THURMM. rrip L 0 !PMTEft. Mgr +; the journey was apt to wear upon the J each_ just big enough to lodge one coin ,I QUALITY now ready Co distribution. The article on citrus, culture -
i+ nerves of the weak and die! timid. I Swift Thinker.HarkerYou is of special interest at Ch's season when size and quality can be
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Sometimes the piistpngers,, be'"line so seem in a deep study. so easily influenced! and when the grower so kf'I'nlrpallzps the importance -
possibility of two lurking together. A penny for thought old of producing a fancy prtxhjtt. I
worn out ns I' len.l tin '" : theli Kinit.r; The Right( liesIl, S I Tilt, [pllo of small coins is poured out Bluffwpod-Oh. 1'mla rapid thinker I Following the article (is a full description' of our 1 IDEAL formulas I
;F t E. TAKACH Tuttle In his "Kemlnl-i<'e* of a Mis I IKlonarj i on tliU (ray and with one Jerk of the and have 500 thoughts at once! Passto for summer application I
a nl hop" deaTlhei au 11I'Ilau..e I clerk wrist the hundred recesses ar over a five spot.-Exchange. /lit al I 1-1'/11111/111/ \\lllt lll/lH/C
AGEN1'.."FOR In point I fined and, the surplus swept off.-Harper's '--.... -- Jr! d' 7's: />(('//!/ Futrf and J'ill!pJ\ii\ l/l.t- :

Standard Cypress Incubators One forenoon the ranch rolled Into Weekly A Cheap Hat. 1'eruriotr .F9 nit and Vine fan
She I dreamed e
Denver, hud the six horses came I last night that you r
I prancing A Bit of Corrfespondene. had hat for 7//' & J.' Ihgh Grade Fruitful
and Supplies up to the offl>e of W'ells, Fargo & bought me a a presentHeWel :> Vint
Too following correspondence, end { thafs the first dream of a Booklet-lDEAL RESULTS
I Co., A large crow .I s Paj. the Incoming and the outgofng of tbe lap: in true Irish fashion, actually hat ;you ever had that didn't coat me given pictorial proof of the merit of above brands GE TI j
passed' \between ,two men in England money Call on cur; local agent
coaches the
dally were
the town. great eventsfor I some years ago: I WATERS & CARSON OKOCERY CO.>
t "Sir Thompson his I .
At the stop the only passenger quickly presents compll- A Youthful Joke."When or address
1' I threw ppen the coach door, leaped menu to Mr. Simpson! and begs to request -' Mark Twain was the editorof
that be will keep his doggs from I Wilson 1 & Toomer Fertilizer Co-
to the ground ran hurriedly across the trespassing on his grounds.." the Virginia City Enterprise," said :: JacFloridalle.
street and. turning a handspring an essayist at the Franklin inh in Philadelphia
%. '-I stood on bin head with his heels. up "Mr. Simpson presents his compliments i "a servant girl in the neighboring 1><-- .
r ;* I against'a supporting wall. to Mr. Thompson and begs to I town of Lovelock unexpectedly

Several men followed him, quite sure suggest that in future he should not fell heir to $300,000. Her name was "-
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s STANDARD I that here was another passenger spell "dogs' two gees. Miriam Rogers. A day; or two after
flERB INCUBATOR.
t fir Boo JiuuraU.j aid eel' by to the him long in ,a sleepless tone of ride. craz'j, Simpson"Mr. Thompson's and will feel respects obliged to If Mr.be City the announcement and Lovelock, hummed'wlth while all Virginia Mir N. F'e BASS ,

I will add the letter 'e' to the last wordIn iam's Mark Twain I .
"Why, cap'n, wh.it's the matter?" good luck printed
k BREEDER OF Slowly coming to a right side up the note just received, so as to represent en the editorial page of the Enterprise

White Wyaitdottes posture, the man answered: "Well, my i "Mr. Mr. Simpson and lady." this paragraph: i I CONTRACTOR and BUILDER I -
friend. I'll tell you what it la This i I Simpson returns Mr. Thompson's 'If Miriam Rogers of Lovelock
box 622' KISSIMMEE, FL A.tr note unopened, the imperttnene fortune _
inherited
landing on my head is the only poal 1 I who recently a large ,
I I U contains being only equaled by lt> will call at this office she will beAr
tlon which I
I haven't been In during
I Does General Contracting and
Building and
-- Furnishes
i ----- -- vulgarity. Estimates -
something greatly to her advantage
the last twent$-four honrs In yonder I
'' W. are bachelors." "-New York Press. I on Structures of an size or Dimensions, whether
coach and I wanted to make the
F. H. "JENIIIN:; S thing ..harmonious and complete (fall I H* Got the Book. I It be a Two-Room Cottage or a Tourist Hotel. _.
Bishop Doane used to tell! the following -
>*> round.". story on himself: Surmounting a Difficulty.A I Makes a Specialty of boring ARTESIAN WELLS
of tact always to .
man ; manages "
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"Dr. Douse, ," said a parishioner at he has met t
I with the
in
\ out of a difficulty. The clerk pf a which greatest success
andDrafting :' IN A CHINESE. BANK. get ,
Surveying -, the endof a service, "I enjoyed, 3>ou> parish in England whose business! it I of any man in'Flonda "
I I sermon this morning. I welcomed It
was to read the first lesson In the I .
Th. Way the Clarka Us. th. Abaca
I like an old friend. I have
know, -
n and Counting Board. you church came across the chapter In Give him your work and.it. I
a book at home
containing word I-1SlnlmeeFla
r'eyt I The Chinese have a way of getting I II of it" every David In which the names Shadracb.Meshach will be well and ,quickly done, .

1'f I bold of the first principles! of -thing, "You have not," said Dr. Doane. and Abednego occur twelve -

, OFFICE IN FRATERNITY HALL even though they may not have developed "I have so," said, the parishioner. times. {
I Finding it extremely difficult to --_, -- _-r- ---- ,
t 7 them Into elaborate and srlenUnrays I "Well!, send that book to me. I'd ; pronounce - +- :'
1 KISSIMMEE. FLA terns. I like to see It." these names, he went through F'f++}1 +++++++ +++++ah+f+++++++++++++ l4++++++++++++ t
A foreigner, especially If he be of "I'll send It," was the reply. the chapter referring to them as "the +:::
I prepossessing appearance, is received The next morning an unabridged aforesaid gentlemen." ... THE {CASH
with great civility\ nt a Chinese bank t STORE
dictionary was sent to the rector.- agasus3on'
C. W. Griffin i I .
"Schroff! shouts the head clerk. This .ludge. +
word is not, as it sounds. German, but "Miss Oldcastlt* 'Is' always self pos- :I: :
a corruption of Illii'cloo "surrar." or I Th. Giant' Organ. sassed no matter what happens." +: First Door North of Postoffice j ,

banker's assistant. In response to this One of the moat Interesting featuresof "Well she ought to be seeing that :I:, ............ Ii
FAMILY GroceriesANC call a native cashier appears, noiselessand I the Giant's la "the he has bad practice 4n the self posesalon + .
causeway; giant'sorgan. There will
find
;, deferential, with a smooth shaven ." This huge "irstrnnient" consists line for at least thirtyfiveyears.Chkago : :I: you SHOES, :HATS, r;
1 skull, a four foot pigtail and a spot various RecordHerald.P. t
li I of a group of pillars of i DRY AND
-- less, flowing garment. lengths set apart on Iho side of the : GOODS NOTIONS, oil of|lib] est

PRESH MEATS With great rapidity bo will make an main cliff. The larger columna beingIn quality and lowest
VANS AGNEW
of his calculat-- A. i iI prices.
exchange notes doing
.111\1IIIII\ : I the center and the smaller ones tapering .
Every Day at Any Hour ing on an abacus, a frame of wire and off on either aide after the fashion i I
!r Delivery beads similar to those{ used in country of organ pipes admirably sustain I ATTORNEY AT LAW....... t Call Before Buying Elsewhere) 1
Patronage Solicited j jNorta I-ecbools"everywbere years ago. Flla I I the Idea which. the name"clanea orgas" - I I AND NOAARY PUBLIC, .j'! ___.. 1.,
tt lithe the beads ".
8' long finder. more over _ | conTeye.
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...:...- .. HE WON TWO BETS$ ., The regular pitcher was In J GENERALjUREaORY u ,,;,, t

Mullins St Motor BoatNoiwInkabK place for the former: Barr not baring v

', -, . I "availed himself of the' permission: he'Cad Of the..Churches and Fraternal Sod- s a
of J/ received to use the negro. After a 'I 'k .. .
J6 fret long, seaU seven A Story of Baseball Rivalry/ .Be- bard fought game the Arlington won :-y.. eties'of Kissimmee. -" '
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comfortably speed ,8... miles an hour. ' fcy a'few runs "

,Equipped with 3h6rs'Ferro ',engine : ,..tween.. ..Two- Teams.. When the Came was Cashed .sopae CJI RCHES.,. 1 .WARM..AWEATHEn t

'reverse gear,' storage battery reversible Mid that It bad.bf u won by Beatrice .. .,' ,
folding lazy.back seats, cork-filled By CLARA B. TUCKER, Barre presence and encouragement BAPTIST. V1 \ '

cushions lock r '-wnder seatsj pilot Copyright 1(10,'ly American Prw A_ At. any rate abs was adored by the Banyan Stephen-.pastor.. ; .;' : :/: -
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[wheel. Harlow ,} djustibl top, adjusti- elation] members- her brother1 team,,-and N.C. NECESSITIES I .
''ble any angle and"heighth and used.for Bettaric Barr w" born a tomboy, there wa not one of them who would Sunday: School a. m.. Bryan. _. ._ I,

_. cockpit cover when teat's at' anchor. A4 ten wrestling: with ,her' brother not give hi* bead to serYe her.,. A few superintendent: . : \ : ,. .
Mlregs.Mo'tor Boat' care this paper. 'I two :ye her senior,'she downed,him. while attributing the Arlington* success Preaching Jl a. m.; and 7.46 p.: m.; J k .

r I' From fourteen to sixteen It' was all to her referred .thattccess to afar Prayer meeting 7:45: TMnrsday evening. REFRIGERATORS :. ,,.
-- horseback different cause. They said that if B. "Y. B. U.7.45'Frlday evening. A
: wit!) her-no add.le-- ,pre 'I -
)QQQQQQQaQccc ccc cco c.For' Captain Tbruston bad kept his eyes'off Visitors always welcome.PRE8ByTERIAN.. -
ferred. At seventeen she down BOXES
quieted l; ICE ;; AND ,
Beatrice Barr and fixed his attention "
bit. : -. I .
on the game the 1C0..would have been .
Sale About this Urn Tom her brother '
Barr different .WATER COOLERS
very S. S. ..
chosen of Snyder pastor I
was captain the Arlington The second came was played under .
baseball club. Beatrice at the very much the aao>e conditions, and Sunday School 9.45 a. m.-Geo. F. all glzes at ,

At Sacrifice' Prices meet of her brother's club with other again the Arlington* won. By this Parker, superintendent '.
club never failed to occupy a front time a' number of*the Crel c ota bad Christian Endeavor G.-30 p. m. moderate prices *' -

Nat on the grand stand with a card noticed that their captain was not do- I "preaching [every second and fourth '.

36 acres of fine land for all and a'pencil In her hand and those lug hiss| best, and one of them went to Sunday at 11 a. m, and 7:30: p. m. .1. .

kjods fruit trees. '8 acres about her always depended on her'for him and expostulated. Thruston knew Prayer meeting and choir practice ,

ult.iv edandunderhogproofwire the wor*. She was very, keen to see very well what was the matter with Thursdays be lore the second and,fourth I II "

fVce.; Good house 5 the correct side of all disputed points, him though he did not reveal'the ae- .Sundays at 7:OO p. m. I f ,'
and often an'umpire would take her cret lie promised tbat tbe next game I I ,
and sheds. Visitors most cordially invited to all I
earn wagon
rooms
; In to bill I I' .
wells. 140 fruit trees of opinion preference. own. should show up very differently. services. 1 -. - .. '
NOW, the great rivals of the Arlington And it did. Barr fixed his attention I IOD -- --- ,
all kinds in bearing; 12grape *, captah.ed.by. Tom Barr, were the game and won It by bait a''I i
CHRISTIAN.I .
vines of choice varieties. Subsoil dozen runs-not only that but be beat j - '
of yellow and brown clay. tbe next, tbe fourth game. During I M. Chisholm, pastor

1$ miles.from Kissimmee. botb tbe third anTTToTJTth games Beatrice -.I Preaching. first, second! and third Sun- I. .; ., t ,h

,Burr |free not present It was }I daysof each month at IX a, m. and 7.45 -
'19 in limits, good I j II', m. .
acres city '
given out that she was 111. Some malicious -
house and out-buildings with spectators declared that abe bitd'I Bible School 9.43a. m. A. W. Winn.I I : 'Mosquitoes flies aOl ;

5 acres bearing / rove. I beeu bribed by the'Crescents with ten superintendent; A. L. Da\'>dt-or": ai-fis-J J ,

15 acres-fine trucK land: artesian I t pounds of caLilly to keep away This I I tant Huperintendent. j ,

well that flows over I I only excited niiTriiucnt. All knew Unit i Christian\ Endeavor every Sunday:

100 gallons per minute she was wrapped uo lu the SUCCCBH of evening ut 6.30 p. rn. |II.

'her brother's teiim.. lIut" he" the anil choir; .
( t Prayer meeting: rrUl'tH' every -
)For information write I .
fifth Value came round and she was : /
Thursday at 7.45 '
ni.
a Ii1i.. MIN: =c Sz. CO- I, again absent the Crescents Inning -p. I II ALL. I.INSECTS E

._ KUntmniee HB many who bud noticed Tlmistou's "'ud"Iuy I Mh.TIIODlST.Juh. .

,1.,!( ()COC ''OOCC.C.4 .m-4t XXXS XXXXXX! w lulls spa was present, looked T. Mitchell. pastor. I|
knowing initlM lilspt-red to one another I
1'reachmgery Sunday and i i iI
morning
that they Delleied there wight! be I even iuug. I can bej'kept:!' out of doors if get
SIGNALS OF DISTRESS' Bouiftlilng luibe. bribery story after I you proper
all. lu-afilte: -"as uot hi her seat at Sunday, School \\1.4;; u. rn.J.. M. Le j i

I, She sixth guide;; but. despite her absence i| superintendent. i 1 SCREENS -

I the Arllugtous \\oil. Prayer meeting "\*.fy Thursday f
IU8141mmec People Should Know for your doors Dud windows.
l lI Each (loam bad now won three night.: I .'
How to Head and Heed Thi-tn ,
; games, and the seventh was to decide Choir practice every Saturday night. We carry u complete line of doors and
Hick kidneys. give many OIK": "'" <>flliatreas. the championship! Beatrice. Uurr told ,
II 1 some of her must liiti'innte
I girl friends adjustable window that j
' dark, contuin a ylU screens
? The neoretioni- itr I that abe would love to see the game bi'is-copAi.

ediment.Passages are frequenlscanlypurnful.Backache I but she .uuderstood hut unpleasant ,-I Kev. David V.) Kuld, rwtor.Services Sun"I I will fit any window -
remarks lIad been wade about theeffect
and second and fourth
i is coolant day mn'it.IleadaclifH /:: 1A."AND every ,
fr' of her presence on tbe result and ,
and dizzy spell". are day at 11.00: a. m.
I abe bud decided to remain away from
B quent.The weakeni-d kidneys need <|UirkDon't the grand stand. Sbe was not In ber I II Communion 2nd Sunday ut morning'services. H- -.5 1

hr1p. seat when the deciding game was I ,
delay'! Use a special kidney J I'LL MARE YOU ANOTBBIi 11ft." I played, but It was said that she watched I' Guild meeting every first Tuesday. L ,"
remedy. it from behind the blinds of a' -
I sick kidneys, the Crescents, led Dick Thrustott '
PIUicur. by .
Uoun'B Kidney bouse overlooking tbe oval.When FRATERNAL SOCIETIES. 1 1I
backache and urinary disorders.Kissimmee I The .Arlington" hall kept the lead of 1I
tbe (teams went out on to the
evidence, proved' this statement the Crescents tlirTlirustou took command I
I field a negro was noticed among tbe ,,1
of the latter. After that there
MASONIC. I
Mrs. T. ,I. Byrd, of KiHsimme.Kla; I Aldingtons. Captain Thruston was ,
came a series of defeats for the Ar- Blossom Lodge No. 80, F. &
Orange
I nay 8': "J ulf ,red from batkuduand I about to protest when he remembered
al'. ''> my kidneys. That my kidneys IlUKtous that wade Captain Burr furi tha? be bad agreed tbat Barr should A. M., meets first and third Monday

"WtJ oak wan shown by the unnatural ous. ThruHtoii HUM a pplendld spec- I use a negro pitcher If be cbose. .Some nights in each month at 7.:'JO o'l-loch in I
coIon of wcr..tion8. When 1 hwl men of male youth Wltb u superb e. zH
\ surprise wall Indicated bat a boy of Fraternity Hall. OSCEOLAHARDWARE
11., i'a Kidney Tills brought/:: my notice I fllfure, great muscular streugtb and a I his sUe was. expected to do extra duepitching I J. M. Harrwll, W. M. I
( ; I procured u box from the KmmmJmee -, '
quirk. springy step he was to be admired .
I lie but
was heijr'it.
their average !: W. M. Carson, ,
Drug/:: Co. and) begun/:: UH.- from an artistic point of lew. secretary.KNIGHTS "
I and his muscles did show
iThey relief and improved uot UUU.T
brought me .
'I i | condition in way. And a "born coiiiuiuiider. he was just I bill loose suit. But when be began to ;
ny every
" For Bale !by all clt-aWs. Price 00 ct.. tbe uiau to organise and captain a pitch tb ' }'o t..r-MilLurn ('0., Buffalo, N. Y.. ole I baseball team. \\'hat assured his success ', do things wllli a baseball that II cbaiiii Friendship Lodge, No. JO, meeis I every I c.

y I irenU for the United States. wns that .tie wan a Urst classpitcher. i plan "bllliardistcanwork wltb tbe Iso Wednesday night: at 7.00 o'clock! in Fraternity i
,
1 nameDoan's! and .
Remember the I ries.. Few could bit his bolls and those Hall.
(take no other. At the end of the season '.Chru ton {I wbo did
1 I usually sent them straight up F. C. Bryan chancellor commander, j j
had placed b18'leam so far ahead of in the air, to be caught by the outs. ,
records i f
R, O. Meek and seal.
iNese Burr's that tbe'.1atler made, up his. During tbe changes from the bat keeperof...:...... ; "". '. ' COMPANY . :.", ":'I "." : Ns r,
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I WISh are mind to reorganize for the next season -i various. per ops, .mo t1y frofn among / . .. "'::r\hi.(1':! ::; ( '
Ihave' ,
that \
contemplating building with u view to regaining tbeCrescents'' PYTHIAN SI8TBK3Kisslmmimmer > ;: .: .
potd- : side "' -
the bent attempted to get : i: ,
,foqnd and procured Uou lie bad lout Lie ? Temple No. 2J ,meets t': l \ I. .; :: ;
sand in- the U, .S,' for rnakinK; ,: wo busy 11111 near tbe colored'pUcber, to have a look I '"k.< -I..," ''\. , _. ,.. ,
blocks. Call aisdseethesand and winter exauilniog and testing the skill'of 1 1I at him or question him, but he managed every Thursday afternoon at'3 o'clock,' di

the manufactured,,product. I up|>llcauti and by spring. bad got to keep pretty well away from I Except the fourth Thursday at which -

Never think of building a nice I together' as likely u lot of boys as ever them and would only answer "Yes" or time. meeting will .be held at .. ( 'I I :

house of wood when u stone house :, composed( a bum-ball'club. Hut In spite I "No.> I-'iually. seeing that he was not I I'earlie E. Bryan, M. E. C i -I - . .....- --- ----
( costs only 10( to :UO.!( per cent more.And of all he could do h.. could uot find n to be Interviewed'they: let him alone. "
Mabel R. Overstreel M. of H. & C.
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is water and I I.OSC I.
lire-proof proor pltclipr to nuitcli Dick Thrustou.Ituiuors Tbe Crescents: held the last inning, tbe
vermin proof and a house for u ;OI.A 'AMI' NO. 71. W. O. W.
of Burr's efforts readied the
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negro pitching. Tbe Arllugtous( led in ---- AN AMS111 --'-"--N'NN P1A I .
life tine.
Meeting nights second and: fourth :
ear of the rival captain uud be, too tbe Moore by two runs Thrustou was
M Wtrk and Material Guinntet Flisl-Class bestirred hlwself. The he Tuesdays at 7.30 m. -
team selected p. :
at the bat and It was expected: that
was as much better than the be would make a bit to enable the H. T. Stanford, C. C. J'j ')

Kissimmee Granitoid Works team he Dud led the season before uTow'a men on the bases to get In. three men .W. B. Johnson, Clerk. :j-i Do You Appreciate ; j

was superior to the one which hoping to complete their runs and win i*
bad been defeated. And it wa' that .
so a I,
tbe But tbe served' the
i game. negro Gen. 0. 0. Howard Post G. A. R. : 31
n when tbe series of games was entered balls with such curves tbat Thrustou \ ACCURACY,

upon the Arlington and the Crescentswere either sent them straight up II) tbe air Meets 'the first and third Wednesday :> PROMPTNESS {

evenly matched except tbat the or 'they struck the ground near bis in each month at 2 p. m. .

latter could outpltcb the former. feet 'Finally, one of his skyrockets n Fraternity Hall. Visiting Comrades 4< PURITY.. . '
Nevertheless Tom Barr entered upon tile lost to the '
being caught, game was :
W. x-'. WINN: : the season's game with considerable Crescents. Diet Thruston dropped his cordially invited. COURTESY, '
1 deDce. He bantered Tnmaton O. DERBYSHIRE G. E. TARBOX, : .
cop aat bat and with a chivalry for which be
PHYSICIAN Arm' sCaoabl.E.ata.Nca and that feeling of satisfaction in KNOWING have the) Best's; ;
PHOMB :ci.I KlMIMMKE.FLORIDA. Thrustou: who was as much of a thoroughbred stretched baud to congratulate the -- Obtainable at the Lowest Price? Then phone us your, wants e ,
I Ornoi Pacii f. as a baseball player. only pitcher for bating won the game for Preaching at SL Cloud ; and we assure you that satisfaction wtll be yours. - "

smiled and said: "1'd like to see you his team. But the negro, Instead of '
school :
Sunday every Sunday at 9.30
do it, Tom. There's no fun with. the the KISSIMMEE r
waiting for him ran away at top DRUG CO. i
W. W. CARSON. D. b S. luck all oh one Bide." of his speed and disappeared from the.. a. m.\ Preaching first and third Sundays : .

DENTAL PARLORS "I'll tell you what I'll do," said Tom. oval. at 10:30a.m.and $,45p. m., second Phone 41 4

RIVER* BUILDING "I'll bet you a hat we beat yoy on Tom .Barr ram up to Throaton and and fourth Sundays at 3 p. m. tf.W. :
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OVER OSCEOLA PHARMACY said: --------- ----- -- ---- -
"All right. replied Thruston. Til - --------------------------------p
"I've won two beta from you Dick." ,
'2 *""... take that. ,
j Jo "' C- BASSWholesale i ur
HOURS
OFFICE ., 6 II. "What two beta?
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"And I'll make you another bet. I'll
"Bets we made at tbe beginning of k
-- ---- -- bet you. box of cigars against a dozen r
the .eaaoD-One that we'd beat you on .
pairs of-gloves that we'U beat you at and RetajJ;; New Shoe Store
T. //K RIVERS, //ft. D. least one game with a mao short on the score of games the other that we'd ,
our team." !beat you a game one man abort on our Dealer ir.

PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON "I don't quite understand that" said team." .
i "You've. won the first but 1 don't .y'fad'es
.Office over OnceoU Pharmacy Thruston.'Do" bet : see bow you've won the ekeond""Come Gent's and Children's ShoesHIGH .

PHONKB: f i ltesid..nce 63: you take the I round to the house this.. even- Fresh Beef Pork and i
like. ,
Ot'lj'e 148 ."Anything you 3
"Done." And Tom repeated tbe lot aud I'll explain." GRADE AND UP-TO-DATE ,:
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terms. of tbe two bets. Tbat evening Tbruston. having doffed MuttonPHONE .

Dr. V. X>. ThomasonPHYSICIAN "There's"Another only thing one person Tom I can continued.get to I tire his baseball called at clothes tbe Barrs'lu Immaculate, He found at- j I See YtuT" Bur MARSH & WHIDDEN

: match you In pitching negro. Do Tow wltb Beatrice, who was dressedIn 4t.Sprigg. BASIS "

you object to playing against one of ber most l becoming costume. Sbe i STATE BANK BUILDIN6 '
and SURGEON J the colored race'/" bung her bend before tbe gaze of ber I ..:

"Not=" If my team don't. I'll speak admirer. I

Office Phone 64 Residence! 126T to theuu about the mutter." "You told me today" Tom said to r ;
Thruston soon after sent CaptainBarr Dido that you didn't understandbow Fleming'CLEANING '

penuVslon to Introduce a negro I had won our second bet The

GAME Into the name If required. la "game was played with eight men PLUMBING AND STEAM fiTTING

LAWn The agreement between the two and a girl. There is tbe girt She's ;

/ hi no .Bin* .law clubs was that they were U play sev been two hours waibJng off tbe burnt PRESSING f
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four to -win. the to
rw I en games games cork. DYEINGREPAIRING.4 L, B. CRISSMAN .
P1ANICS CHILL TONIC be flayed on alternate Saturday after- Dick stood looking at Beatrice In astonishment ,
h'.VUBTBtltMd tOCBF*M.- noons, !beginning with tbe second Sat- ; then be repeated bin ,act r:5Ea: WITH ear a
Urto. CbllU Bnd Pe.a. *- urday In April. There was, great Interest seized Oseeola Hardware Co. <,
...... boU1 tic, _n.. at the close of tbe game. lIe
hgta.tem Aakthsdtae- manifested on the part of the ber hand aud poured forth a volumeof r 1 ;
. friends! of the two teams and when Forty Years Experience in
congratulations and complimentThe Leave word at my house ana ulotbe- Large Northern Cities. ;;
the first game was played tbe grandstand most Important feature connected will be called lor andreturned.SatisfactioiiGuaranteec. 1-! $
Old papers for sale at this office, Only First-class Workmen Employed. .
and much of tbe
was packed
20 MDts a hundred. with the struggle between the Arlington a'
standing room t\tvj taken up. A One and Crescent teams was the Windmill and Pump Material '

Large desk blotter life at thib of- lot of boys on each side 'were arrayed, announcement lu the autumn of the t tJ ''
'flee. tf and tbe play trom' tbe Orst! was the engagement of Dick Thrustou and PHONE es Always on Hand. KISSIMMEE : :

finest that had ever been played be- Beatrice Barr. J ,t
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\ fiVE GRADUATES THE CURSE OF WHISKY- Petition to be presented to the I'

I Board of Public Instruction of I IOsceola

CQunty. Florida onTues-j: i FENOLE
. Of State University Appointed Officers I Bows Women in Sorrow and Deprives :
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Vote for J. P. TALIAFERRO for United day. June (th. 1 1910 1 -

in Philippines Constabulary.There : Children of Parental Care. We the ndirmirn qualifinl. ..1..I.<.r_. n ho ray I I II II

States Senator. a tax/nn real or personal prnHrtknd ifNidp in
are five bright capable amlii-\ Kuitor Vallej (Gazette tMtfullvi
di trirt KM mention**! M |low do re |
pious young men of Florula whose future Dear "Sir -My. eyes. ache trying: to An..honorable man with a clean .re- I i petition yuur Honorable Borii<.call an vlfrlion Ui .: INSECTS l
career the people of this tate will j read your good little paper all tonight. determine wh.itl er such !Sub-ti' niun of the Cnun-:
dMtrlrt. for NOWhere GERMS
.h.lIlH'come tax m-hool
ty a special
watch with a degree of pardonable) | It beats all how your town IH' growingin Cord. ,
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the purpose of levyinR and' ill"OtinK a dint ridl
DISEASE
pri lei They are Terril Marco of this in population It must he the PromneJ, school tax lor the exclusive ns< of Public fn-

city, R. D. Rader of Miami D. E. Cap- I' Land. Eleven years of efficient service in i schools' within the district, to witH I
pleman of Ocala J. C. MeMnllen of I notice. the announcement of the An : Bevinninic at N' K eor of Seotn.n Ji Towni.hu, 2' I II "FENOLE" is used
the United States Senate for the j I South of Range 10 Esat. run thence Snot h on
working
and J. Ii. tefTee of Kisaim- ti-Saloon I
., jPensacola ... League at Jacksonville. 80 I Section line to l snal. thenrcouthvieBtcrly in I f
mee. These young Men are. graduates feel'rejoiceil to know that the Sunny center of canal t" where canal enters lake Toho-

of the University ofvflorida at Gainesville South too IH awakening in the good I interest of every Ploridian. pek.I", .. thence in a North-westerly course along I Amber color does not stain 1
I.k.m.f'lrln to Range line dividing 29 and l 9". furniture or fabric. Harmless to 1
and have been appointed by the temperance work. Oh for the great
Elect Senator with experience and .
I a thence North on said range line to North-wool human animal or fowl life, if
) United States government with the title millennium when two and one-half 1 corner of Section U)Township South ol Range. I used an directed. Instant death ito j

of thinllieutenant. to report at the million of America's drunken! .norm will who will secure results for Florida. f> East thence Kast to point of beginning Roaches Bsdhujfs, Mosquitoes, ':
I', Philippines Constabulary Manila June have to sober up and make men of I ? R 1 L. I'artin. J. M. Sharpe. H. M. I'srlm.: J. A. Fleas, Moth, Ants, Chicken Mitel '
rlarclay. C. Partin. W.D.Simmon. Clay I'artin. and Lice, and all Virmin. Destroys -
1st. They are all young men, of promise themselves. It is high time a tidal : Taliaferro is against Trusts and High 8. \l
Andrew Simmons Ceo. N. Wolfe. J. N" Hiskins. Germs and sterilizes/ the .
and are connected with the best wave should sweep. We can not pickup I George Newman R. D. Mbbv. r. H. Crol_. eggs of all I nllect!!. .Foul odor fare

d families of this state.* a paper any more only to be horrified : Tariff. 20-41 purified by its use.QUART 1

It may be of interest to- some of the with the moat dreadful crimes of I I. --- ---- -- -- --- .1' ;
He favors National Legislation which I.I
Tribune readers to know what the constabulary every description by men crazed with i I Order To Do Business. !,

l is, and for that reason the poisoned drink. Humanity in" suffering will lower the cost of the necessities of Treasury< Department.Tallahassee-State of .Plonda.1 Offlea of I GALLON $2.5b i
omptroller ,
Tribune will dilate briefly upon the duties more because of the liquor traffic; than i iI
w he...... by satisfactory evidence presented to j SPRAYER .50
-' I of the officers who are appointed to from any other cause -t'I'IQtlr' w. mep! life to the consumer. f the undemiirned it has been made to appear that I

i, it. The constabulary is the armed civil bowed with sorrow more children if'' i a banking association under the name of Citisena I I i

police force of the government of the prived of parental care, more voung ] He believes in theNational-control of ( Hank of K..mmloc.tett.t KinAimmec. Florida, 'i jl j We are sole distributors for 1,
... .. .. (KisHimmee and St. Cloud. Wrile II
I 'I - | and oro-anised'under the t ws of Florida hiscomplied I
Philippine Islands established and administered men roboed of integrity., I Is it hot then I
and the with all the provision required t" be or "phone us about "Fenole.
under the general supervision our duty to try and clestroj the monster the railways and express rates complied with by the Banklnit. Laws of the Stateof I
' of the Governor General for the that is seeking whom it may devour! I Florida before an aasociation shall be
of the of the Interstate OSCEOLA PHARMACYKissifflmeeSEMINOLE i
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p -,h:: purpose maintaining' order, preventing know of no'better tierva tonic for weak enlargement powers teed to commence the business of banking.Now .l1th.r'l .
,," and crime and than doing "good. Let ;Therefok. I. A. C, Croom. ;PHARMACY St Clou. I
. ( ij*& detecting enforcing' women us put Commerce: Commission. the State of Florida, by virtue. of . - t l
T rjl' r.,1'thfl: laws., ', .. 'our shoulder to the wheel with the same 1 ".* *, 'In me by Section :9702 of the General; Statute IQ-St --

;V"lt consists of about 325 commissioned determination vim an did tvtrs. LucyI He favors an ,Income Tax so that the the State of Florida, certify that the Citizens I ----- -=,- -==:;==- I
officers and 5,000. men. The companies Wilhoite. In her excuse for helping Rank of K uolmm_ In the County'of' Osoaola srffd 'I
I will fall those the State of Florida J, authorized to eornmttnee J.1L 1VILLSON( tlit..,
ore scattered! at different J points! where Mr. Nation.he yard "M>: motive for burdens of Taxation upon I
under slave
I the business of Hankinu the name
needed throughout the entire arcljfprlato. raiding the iQluon wax to "Low the people stock i' Thif, !r"iMthtKit : ,
given with c&pitul l | \ :NOI.KI'l; m.ic. . l li
The work required of the officers I of Wichita. and'! the -itate, of h ir ,a.. best able to bear them. ; .- "nand dol arn | SIATF AT LAROR. i{| -

is of a'high character and demands.i yea the whole world. h..w much more Given under m> nand awl .. nl of moire' thin
: : He has worked for; YOlX-Ut the Senate : twenty eight dot uf Man h A I li DniTlioui, II | Kci: Ivtnte[ Agent.
much energy, tact and ability to !be successfully Ireful| ,it wato.. break]; mother'' ;heartsI ,.
1 I and Nine rl'indrvnl I and T-n.
KSSIMMKK.: : FLORIDA j
performed. I! than it wa ti.. break win-iky bottles. -
for I 11 I years, wont YOU vote for him NOW? A..RooM. |
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"}i': In addition to the training and instruction j and obscene pictures, also how much 14-Ht ( omptrnller state ol' r'lttrida | -- - -- I

K }h 1 I of their men, the officers have more precious the blood of our sons and -- | Dit) J.V.. SIMPSON

f f Ii a great deal of civil and political work :. daughters than real estate. used
of an important character. They must 1 loons; to awaken those who are asleep' s'oticw; i I' ','roby iflvri' t'f ftvlitor_, heirs and I I Idlntrlbulon" J n;N T I liT.
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also be to take the and and indifferent the vital -- -- -- --- ---- -- ---- 01 thei-Htat f Temple. Minx, I '
field to most -- .
prepared question - -- ---- (
dnrpane, that I hsvti hm-ii a|>|.olnt'Ml, fi(1niltiL4 (stairs in Tat BuIJdID/C./
i r i. their duties in suppressing brigandage I of today. Though I ""would: not Garden it will pay anyone desiring. an Notice trator of the above named estate Hud that all O.'ICL. r'OY'R'I' \ 9. m. to 12 nu\,

'fI; involve at times field work of the grJ ati favor her procedure, yet I think it was. excellent investment to investigate our Department of the Interior. United; Stale Land ""rllOn. having claims against the entitle ntimtpresook \( i3o: to 1i:3O: p. m.

"i eat difficulty and danger. to be to start the wheel rolling. Now claims of this wonderful body of land. Office at Gainesville. Pla them duly authenticated for HMttlnmnnt Telephone No. 76 Ju-n 6. iTfiOKFICEZOF

The work of the constabulary officers that our eyes are open and we see the We also have cheaper lands for truck- Mar list. 191". within the time prcvrinnd liy law. -- -

". brings them into close contact with the trend for great reform, it surely is e.n- ing and citrus fruits and can tuit any- Whlttier Notice Is Florida hereby, who liven onr that April Lewis 8th.L.1304.Fertlc.made of KlMlmmeA April 2'!. 1910., FIs. Admlnlntrator CI.AKKNCK!: of A.odd MINX 1 Estate., COUNTt JUDGE. ItIB8I1D;

and not fail to be God the to locate in the great G. F. KRIBB9ATTORNEYAT
fl' people, can interest couraging. May speed good one desiring Homestead Entry No. :X4H (Serial No. 024991 for

.; ing and instructive. Upon appointment work. MRS. M. McKAIN "Kissimmee Valley." w'-i!' 'of sw'.. see 28. and eH of a.sec M, township Notice -LAW
information 81 south .......*l east, Tallahassee aterldian.has .
officers are assigned for three months Cutler Ohio. Corresponcence solicited and Estate of A. r;. Mayfield. deceased PraeUce.
filed notice of Intention make Final Five Year In Circuit Court. Land Title wit
;ro,.,. ., 'to the constabulary school, which is cheerfully'given. The tonderfilirned. having heen granted Let Ined. Deeds lee.... Arreementa. Eta, draw
Proof to establish claim to the land above described -
f t' uated at Baguio, Benquet Province sit-j Beautiful Park Garden.We 22-tf NELSON REALTY CO. before the Clerk of the Circuit I.rl..t: ten Testamentary, upon theentateof A. C. M.). and Acknolwedgmenta taken.
field deceased hereby' given notion to all creditor
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.... an elevation of about 6,000 feet Kluimmee. Florida, on the fith day of July. l'>10.Claimant ;
are selling fen- cre tracts in Park Mrs. .James Griffin and two childrenof !, legatees/ .liiitnbtlt, rud (nail [lentousharino W. S. HARWELL
{ sea level, where the climate is : names as witnesses J. B. Tumblln.
at all Garden to number who have Kissimmee, Fla. arrived last nightto ;rl.lm.ordemands against said 'xUMtr. ,
a people
W. (J. McClelland. R E. Willi. J. ,D. Smith all
times'cool. her to present them duly authenticated within the
make a two weeks visit with I REAL ESTATENotary
i looked in vain for something better, of Whittier. Florida.
' The salary of third lieutenant sister-in-law, Mrs. Franklin Sheen. time prwwribed by law or he forever barrel
11,000
i then returned and bought of us. They Palm Beach Sun.Pl..nt HENRY 8. CHUBB. lust KLLA L. MAVFIKLD.!: Kxeautriz.I Public at Large :'
while the colonel
per annum, or assistant Res-later. _
realize that such rich
deep productivesoil I Office
over l beraon'a Pb&FwSe1KISSIMMEE
directors receive 83,600 per annum. For the Caller. .. ....... .. .
and an abundance pf finest artesian ..... ..... 'fw "
The officers are furnished quarters are water such as can be had' in Park Garden -Mamma is dressing." Estate of C. H. Fountain. Dec'd. FLA.

(given an allowance for same, and the will insure successful trucking industry "Why she needn't hare dressed Just Notice in hereby given that the noderstirned THE SWEETEST J:
officers who qualify in speaking and for me, dearie." administrator of the""sbate of C H Fountain
of the native and they consider it the best "She knows (Chat bat sho laid the deceased, will on Monday,the 1' th dar of Sep 5THING MADE I
: reading one Filipino dialects -
4 investment on the market. Mr Chas.. more time she killed In dressing the tember next make final settlement of hU administration i
,.4. or in epaaking the Moro dialect F. Dibble and sons have -looked well! less time you'd hare to bore-her."-Indlaaapoll of said estate and apply lor hia Now
c 'dlscharire an administrator. on Sale f
characters
and reading it from Arabic .rCbN : Cafe LaRue
over the United States for a suitable << NewsOld 0 BRV B, Administrator
are allowed $50 per year extra compen- March: flth. I'.llO!' I ll-nmo
also Mexi
location made a trip to Old 15calb. 2 Ibs for 25c :*
Bat-ion. co'they also went well over Florida, papers for sale at. this office for .
t . . 20 cents hundred._ *
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Florida will watch these college
young but laid down their cash for Park Garden .********.**..#*********** ,r ++++ :*

i, graduate. with a great deal of interest property. Mr. Jesse Dibble is improving ... v Costa !. aid make s. prove It. T -

and its heart beats cordially for the his land in Park Garden by way Notice j LONE STAR |: -* @
beet in store for these bright lads. Estate C. A Cummings deceaHed.Notice I
Tribune. of clearing fencing and building. Hi, I. hereby given to creditors and l distributees i CHICKEN f City Fruit Store !
Tampa )-
brother James, bought twenty acres I of the _tate of <:. A. Cummings dec..ed.that . ,
Mr. Steffeewaa born and reared near more yesterday and ,is preparing it for an sheriff .f Osceola county I have been appointed : :

this city and is considered one of the the coming season's trucking. ex-offielo administrator of the above ; RANCH | :........................1*.1J. Agency for
brightest men this county hproduc'ed. named estate and that alt persona having claim. *:
young After the first of June the company JACK JOHNSON/' Proprietor (
F'' against said _tau, mu.t.preeunt them duly authenticated
While the entire 5
community will not put down wells at their ex- : -
within the time prencrihed by law for
-i h, will rejoice at Beacham's good fortune, They have been selling these settlement. '} Young & GaitHers
pense.
Two miles\ north of simmep f: J. E.
Ki & Co.UKAL.EK.S
Sharpe
his departure for the faraway East is lands. too cheap, but any tract of landin C. )0'. PREY A1T. Sheriff. Placed *
t.y j on Todd
viewed witn lt-"t Ex-ofllcVo Administrator.no'tlce : ,
deep regret.
Park Garden will soon double in price I
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The Official Count. |I put down his own well. One crop ton of Nina( Settlement and J PURE BRED tj : IN 1

21.The State these lands can be made to pay the cost Application for Discharge. .
Jacksonville, May 1 Staple and Fancy GroceriesAND
]Democratic Executive Committee met of them. We have in our office a sample Nnttco *ta hereby given that the luadaratunedart j R. I. Reds and :1 1\
I Administrator @
of the Estate of Jerry M.
here today, and declared the following of both an early and late potato Potter deceased will cm Hatunla; July 2nd., '
- Ii as official returns for the eenatgrialcon- crop that we will be glad to show anyone IdlO. make final icttlpmiint with the County Brown Leghorns t: I COUNTRY PHl OUCK

test in the primary of May"l0: Brow- interested. JudreofOscnola Jountv, Htate of Florida, and t I''

J ard, '21.146'Taliaferro; 21,077; L'Engle These lands" are selling rapidly and apply. 22 for, 100'.1.!anal dlichargoasaald E. L. D. OriRSTttan Administrator.Deo. :* Inspection by the=Public Invited. :: KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA. Delivered In Any QQantlty
t there' id but a small cent of I I -
..,679. This gives Broward a majority as very per Administrator Estate of I I
.t .." of'69 votes' over Taliaferro. \ such land in Florida as those' in Park 2- t-ino. Jerr U. Potter #****.**.ctrl :u."tpct..........: PHONE 176 .- --

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