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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: June 24, 1910
Frequency: weekly
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 )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00443
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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, wer* exhaustless, its climate Incompar bi garden ia West KUalmmee' I i. jut

j.SOUT.Ul, : PIACEJohn able.' itn its people! ,,'saving their poll ",. an ordinary aainple'of. baa cropa* that 'WtCOMf'TIIM(

,, tic! ,the finest in the world. He said . variety ffrow* very large and s exceptionally -

Graves Writes Interest that when capitalists same..It last toroaJlH'the. Bf \ BOOSTCk fine.,of. flavor, e peciaJl/-when l' ., '

Temple ** relOllrc.e 'and opportunl-- grown In this *piU, W* appre- late the No Sentiment t Af+inst-NewcomersIn

.ingly of This Section! \ tie and to pour millions( in their development '.: ": . '" gift, 'and assure Mr., Cosner that full

the growth ,,4))f those southern justice shall be done the melon, '' O&ceola Ount t. They/ Receive,. -
New York American don't'jus't yoo- ...
: farms and mines and .cities would If things seem to-suit .
put - VWekonw
Here..We ,
/q-' *-, '"; In peril all.the ,laurel of the great An' the world seams .kinder'wrong. ism r ,/e ... ,,
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"I do pot recall in the entire history states and cities of the lakes on which :What's the matter with a-boostin' '. CANVASS, '" :o: from .
.of the South .time. ao propitious for a he lived. Just to help the things along? 8 .j,.jBroward's Lakeland". ''i, print:Newsv' 'the tbllowMg the
proclamation of Its superb advantages "Horace Greely, wire coined In 111* not9only'In
'Cause Jf
," says John Temple Grave In thoughtful, year of the lut centurythe things should atop agoin'We'd Majority Over\ Ta iaferro ome *< Mrtlon( of Florida_ ; bat id the rani

? be in a sorry district* of moat stales,. there la -
.the New York American -. famous injunction, 'Young man, plight Shown to be 2,587 : aenttmtnt *
; I 1'
And just keep that hamn'a-a-blowin' against( newcomers. We are '
"In an age and country rich beyondthe go west and grow up with the country : ,
,' If-he had lived to' and Boost'er with all might.. Jacksonville, June 21-The n embers happy'to add that this on.1itlOll'doe.* .
dream of the fathers and literally see to know uo your ..
.. ef the campaign committee of U a StabDemocratic not( prevail; fn Osceola county, where e' 4
the ,
marvelous .
thrilling with the spirit of development, thing that are waitingnd 1\ ;
Executive Commit met the stranger is welcomed brother
( South is, comparatively speaking yet untouched in this favored region If some feller tryin
the you see .
at 9 o'clock this morning aC the offices and shown that
hoepit4Ut1'.1O.characterlatit -
unexplolted section of the" re- of our story, would change the
1 the one geography of his admonition, and point- ,. For to make some project go of the Burroughs Adding Machine of this a.etionjt{ bare grown

public. down You can boost it up a trifle. Agency', at,112 Wt forii$ street, to to be a cosmopolitan county!our population -
ing the long column of these \
"The east is finished and opulent, the ,an"u.'th. Senatorial" in the faring been recruited from ,
/ stirring fact would : That's your cue to.let him know every
,, middle states teem with industries, thewest eeeoncf primary of Jan 7th, the committee' state' n. the Union and people 'Wnlng
been hustled I",. a hundred revolving 'Young man, go' -*outh and grow up That 5'ou're.not a-goin'! to knock? it "
has its here from
i canvas resulting report no matter 'what section can
with that
__ revolution of grow h....and _the -wonderful. --.- -country.( -- I Just_because it ain'jt your shout. .at the noon meeting of the State committee rind! folks from borne, or near home '

:pacific; slope has.been" the arena of co But: you're goin' to..boost a little n of 25,780 vote for Napoleon B. among our residents? .*
1000 .speculation. In resourcesXand' in 'Cause he's got the best thing out. Broward and 23,193 vote for Jamtfs, P) I ---.. --

lands. Taliaferro, a majority of 2,687 for "During the recent campaign in one .. ,

"The south at lit t.- 'coming! into'Ms Mr. J. C.'ferrdl, of Bart'ow, Writes Do you know there's lots o' people Broward. rural district, and perhaps in.others,

It will laugh belt because It will It was urged as an against
own. Represented at the meeting to canvass
Concerning This Subject Settin round in town.
laugh last in the chorus of commercial! every the returns were William H. Price voting for a certain Candidate>> that If ;:..
rejoicing. J.'C. Ferrell of Bartow, Fla. had Growlin' like a broody chicken. chairman and Judge William A. Hock- he went to the legislature; 'he would' 9

"The completion of the anama canal the following interesting article in the Knockin' every good thing down? .r. Judge J. W, 'e.kin.. John Trice, work: to-Influence Immigration into the

will'make these gulf and southern Southern Ruralist for April relative to Don't you bethat; kind p'cattle, John W. Burton and W. B. Crawford.It state-i-'would fill the state np"'ith'peo

states the exact geograpical center of Irrigation in truck: farming In Florida. 'Cause they ain't no use on earth. required two hour to open the official ple.' .

the world's commerce. fie says: return and tabulate them oh he "It is hardly conceivable to :>nlightened "
"For ordinary field crops we, as a You just be 'a booster rooster. argument'could .
"The south.'s growth has been-mar- adding machine. There were a number people that such an ,'I

velous, but It. has been steady and almost rule, have sufficient moisture, but for Crow an' boost for all you're worth. of interested citizen, who were anxious have any weight;,yet It la an act.i .

unheralded. trucking irrigation is a great help. 1 to get at the earliest possible i tual fact that it waai considered, and,

"Its miracle of recuperation from the J i We have I on our farm eight acres If your town needs boostin', boost 'er. time, the official majority of Broward that' it lost ,the candidate In question, '

civil war is the unanswerable proof of under the Skinner system of irrigation.It Don't hold back and wait to.see over Taliaferro and they' gathered on seMi -totes. 'It 'Is' therefore evident, i

the spirit of Its people and the Inconv consists lines of smail If some other feller's willin'. Forsyth street and. the news soon t.hat'aome of our friends In the rural!, 1

soil and climate. feet.above ground every' fifty feetwith. I spread. dl.t.ricte Consider desolate pastures to ;
- parable riches of its Sail right 1rr. This country's free.
nozzles in them four feet. These :
thousand every When expected that Brow rd'am.jrity more desirable than productive
have multiplied many
"It Industrie '
No one's it.It's .
got a mortgageon
small lines connected with a main farms
are conducted
the by thrifty settlers
fold, its factories compete with ( would be as high a* 7,000,
New' England, its mines are making it line which in turn connects with a deep just yours as much as his. .; general opinion was that it would to "The thing Florida needs more than e

the steel and iron renter of the! continent -I I well and pump. With 15-horse power If your tqwn is shy on boosters ;I 2.60O\ or slightly more than that whichproved all else In order to become the greatest ,

its farmers are rich and its greatvlue engine we 'force water through these You get in the boostin biz.Agricultur.1. :; to be the.... state in the Union la-more peopled:

staple makes its snowy fleece lines, so the spray of water from each Southwest." I\ The returns by counties! were as fol- Whenever a desirable citizen is added. -

competitor in the markets I lino meets, and thus we cart water the lows: to her population, he. becomes at once a t'

with scarce a : crop, much or little at will. It will 1 1--- valuable.assefof state, and a die:.
world. -
of the |! coat about $300 per acre to install irr- 1I I tinEt" advantage to those already residing

"The earof political l oetqicism,which igation, but with one good year'it will i i t i4:: here. He helps to build churchea J

held back: so many for so long a time I pay for Itself. t COUNTIES .. A and maintain school.; to create a'volume

from an exclusive and solid south is Our crop year here starts in September. i..e 1 1Alachua of products that Insures better

':: lifted now Into a full confidence In the We have strawberries and
our TELEPHONE LINE TO BASSINGER - -- i i I transportation rates and facilities and

.. broad and ratriotic spirit with which peppers .eggplants:; ready to set. . . ; .,*. . .662 953 commands the attention of foreign
tjLMTfc***t people are ;confronting the Then follow beans, cukes onions-in Baker.. ... . .. : . . . 230 22O markets; he aid In the construction of I"""
. . . . . ,
-- ---------- Bradford .348 679
I questions of the time. fact, any vegetables we wish to grow. Brevard 248 133: good roads and, generally, in the creI -,.
"The great world outside know less The main object is to get them on so Win Be Constructed, Which mil Connect All ''Calhoun . .228 226 i]I atlon of conditions that 'directly benefit

of the south a* a land of industrial we can plant pring crops. on. the same Clay . . . .29 6 22O1'| every resident' and make life eaalefc. '
"promise" than of any other section of land. ; Towns in the Southern Purt of the County Citrus . ,277 271 I and happier for alL
Columbia . , 325 607 q
the republic. To the American citizen In January and February we plant With Kissimmee and the Outside World. Dade ,723: 479 I "We are glad that, in, this Immediate

it has been held In tradition as a land cabbage, tomatoes or peppers betweenour I' DeSoto . . . . .780 614 I section no selfish sentiment of this kind

of hospitality and a land of ehlvalty-a berry rows. I Duval. . 2065 ,2539 exists. .Hereabouts ,th*, most cordial

l land t>t fair women and brave men, of We have at present, April, growingon The Valley Gazette is informed by The Osceola Telephone Company recently Escambia . . 1148 1288 welcome awaits the newcomer, and 'his t
Franklin . . . . . . . .245 178'I
balmy breezes and loyal patriotism."The our farm' two acres in tomatoes, Maj. T. M. Murphy manager of the increased Its capital stock from Gadaden . . ;. . , . 512 258 I'y lue-.. solid to development-and the

magnificent story of the south'sriches five foot rows, bginning to fruit. Have Osceola Telephone Co.. that definite negotiations $2,500 to 110,000, and is therefore in Hamilton.,,,,0, ' :. . . .443 298' creation of more desirable .conditions is' .

of soil\, of climate/ of mines .of bean planted between these tomato "'are now under way 'with good shape financially build the proposed Hernando. .,/. ?, '' .r' .: .118 ,. 161Hdl.borought fully recognized. Unfortunately there

agriculture, of .unllfted water power row that arrready to pick, the Southern Colonization Co.. the extension, which would doubtlesspay ( *.. .'. A. J774 2174Holmes are yet some communities In] Florida
.'. .1 .. J.1-8* 269
and of enequalled scenery la i yet to be Twd acre* In Irish potatoes ,(with Hunter Land Co., and the Coldren-Land I from the beginning. Jackson..4nfe.iv,4770(! ? \ *831 where progress is'unwelcome' and where

fully known'and understood among them beans between rows) moat: ready to Co all owning large bodies of lands in f' The construction 'of this''' telephone Jefferson! 891 ignorance .and Intolera c flouriabv* It .

. n and' women whose' restless dollars dIg. One acre in pepper with Irish the southern portion of this county for I line is only one of many'new developments La ayette .353 427 has been thus In certain;stages of the S S

":: "lire waiting( in ample pockets to be multiplied potatoes between rows. Four-fifths of the extension of a telephone line to that will be inaugurated by these Lee.Lake .564 352 .93 389 development of all the states: but. before

's. in development and trade. an acre in Bermuda onions containing j Bassinger. companies, and it will be only a short Leon 314 394 the.(onward march of civilisation. I, ,}/ rand

_..; "Ani when thalspl..ndidstory is told 70,000 plants. Fruit now about size of { With the extensive development now time until there will be several residents Levy .431 281 enlightenment this spirit Is being

to the millions who read the columns of hen eggs. One acre in all Irish potatoesand !: being carried on in that section and in the southern portion of the Liberty. . . ,147 164 steadily pushed back to the remote

't the New York American and its associated I remainder in beans. l more projected for the. future a telephone county which will mean either Whit MmiJaon . ,578 387 .eetlou. and,, will. soon. be entirely' ex-.
Manatee . . ,. . . 327 585
,I( papers it will burnish the inspiration Tomatoes usually produce ,200 to 300 I line has become a necessity,. and j j tier or Bassinfirer becoming a town of. Marion . . . . . . . 788 679 tinct. -...* -"

f rlt and the key to helpfulness among crates per acre at an average price of the beginning of its construction now considerable Importance. Monroe . :.. . . . 411 995

i i its own people in every section. I $1.00 'per crate Peppers about the I. only awaits the settlement of a few (I And you'll see not only Kissimmee Nassau . . . . . .': .823 279 POMOiOGJSTsQCIETY
. . ..594 632Oscso
'There are more than a quarter of a ,same, and other things in proportion. I necessary preliminaries.: but all. of Osceola county grow. I 268 186 .:' ;
million of southerners in New York. When these crop. come( off in May . . . 217 317 -
y There are a hundred and thirty thousand and June we will. plant beggar weed< Palm Boach. .... .-.423 208 Tampa Win pmd$5OOOr Jn.Enterbininr

in Chicago, and thousands of themin (Florida'clover! ) wh\ch will be ready lorhaY' TALKINGJSSIWil(| : A NICE GIFT Polk . . . . . .288 483 ; Them. rV -,>
and Lo Angeles Then the land Putnam. .s. . <. . .-.619 417
Boston San Francisco lasfX August. SantaRoaa . .. .. .'... . .833 265 The ''American 'Pomologieal Soeis.ty4
and in the great line of cities will be ready for the same rotation. The fame of This City Has Readiedthe Mr. A. S. Nelson Presents five-Acre St. John, .422 630 will hold Its annual meeting: at' Tampa,
that lie between. Thus, it will be seen that two or three St.Lucle. . . 897 182 the
will Far-off States.' . . . , . 629 286Suwanne Utter part of January, ,1911],; This
that of
and Sumpter
r "There is not one of these crops of vegetables one hay can Tract to l ss nmte.Pastors. t "
this inside *. . . . ..;. . 518 752 society will draw delegate-and exhlbteifrom
from land
not be glad to taLe a text readily be grown on the same The associate editor of this ''''
paper The minister o(klssimrnee. are Taylor . .e..521 79Votiula twenty states and. a half'' dozen
story we tell today and preach a ser of one year, if it be well' fertilized. made a bnef trip Jacksonville this usually a happy set of but . . ,-. . . 708 648 forelp'ountrtea: 'lfl. expctod that: '.
mon to their fellows of the promisE and Independent of the truck farm -one week and during the two day he *rint have very men Wakulla . . . . . ,. .175 201 400 delegate }be besides
they good reason for being doubly will present,
prophecy of the dear old Dixie from should have ten or twenty acres t*. Walton . . . . . . . .616' 274 .
i ,1' for* feed there talked with, possibly one hun- so just now;-.,.Idr. A. S. Nelson ha recently Washington..;"?. *'w'*'. < rrr. 469 - 289 the r.p.r.MlltatioD.froom\.be..I\ortIaWtQ.-. .
+ which they came, raise corn and sweet potatoes dred different not of which '
people one
ral societies
''. givers -the pastors a five-acre of all the Southern state,.
"It is from these earnest, helpful and family use. He should have cows'( failed to open the conversation with tract in Park: Gardens. This excellent Totals. . :.T, . ...25,780. ,. 23,193 which hav..beea.Myited.- -Tampawill

words spoken from the facts herein J and hogs to,consume.refuse.vegetables,..'.I."Don't you think 'this the greatest tract, in one. of Kissimmee' most productive In the senatorial race between Brow spend 6,000'In( entertaining it*"c ...t*
se1 forth that the south will reap its be independent of packing house "
to town on earth? and before he could and most promising sections, i i.a i. ard and Fletcher two year' ago. on tlis occaalon., The last gathering of .

richest: harvest of advantage and I meat,, lard and butter.-Tampa Time frame a reply the Jax man would add gift that ia highly appreciated. It I I. Fletcher received 29,161 while Broward this Pomological Society, "'wa* held at'"'

4} "Every proclamation of welcome sends out I CO FIRE "Except Kissimmee,. of$ourse.". hard to say who i* the happier in this received 5,563, making Fletcher'.majority St.,Catherine*,.Oattarl and It waa; the'

1 opportunity which the south 1 Before taking this trlpwe had no tran.actlolt-Mr. Nelson a* the giveror 3,888. : most' notable event of it* kind',.,\,
to the world should sound the call to :;...
to -- idea to what extent thi*'town is known I I I the ministers a* the receiver Both In the memorable campaign ot>! 1894, held in the world. 'The .1911* meeting. ; .
helpful words from the 'hostages
Big Packing House at Winter Park and talked about by the people who the party of the first part and the parties when Taliaferro and Stockton contested at Tampa will distance. the 1910 meetIng -t:
fortune, which has been given every
r live in and those who are only' visitorsto of the second seem to be In 'In the first '
atate. Owned by W C Temple : part for the United State Senatorship, Tal- many waya. place'thedat
this state. There'wu not a single :I wearing a mile that wont come off. lafenp received 28,066 while Stockton come at a time,, 'that four
"Those of us born in'the land of cot- About nine o'clock Saturday nlghthe ;
ton.will. : confirm. and .explain and am. packing house at'Winter Park person we met but who said Kissimmee' It. ha not been learned definitely received _20,6p5;. making Taliaferro' citrus'- fruit*' and ,vegetable.''lar4 _at,, '.
large wa the most talked of town Florida; What the mln.ten.will r.laeon their their fullest frnttation' ;; in the second
,, st plify to those about ua the claims which owned-by W. C. Temple, and built lat 'I majority 3,36f.Fletcher's 11
o"er that It was regarded a* the most enterprising five acre of land but it ,Is easy to predict lead'over Broward in 1908 place there will be thousands o) tour-
the nevr south makes in the public I at a cost of sixty-five
j prints. summer dollar, said to be the finest and prosperous' and predicted however that they will show their I 'was 22 more than Taliaferro"lead over late and home seekers' in the state bk.lereated'in ,
I thousand that It would be the and most '
appreciation by bringing forth the best Stockton the product of theFlorida
in 1904.
"The of southern'conditions the United States, if not
I kind In
1. story of the
Important inland in the state in
in these from the! discovered on fire. city harvest possible; perhaps thirty, sixty The total vote in the Stockton-Talia- oil, and by wide advertising we hop ry
today come world wa
in the '
two year time. The hotel clerk upon a hundred fold. to attract homeaeeker to this how
or even
lips of experts in every Reid of observation -! The entire interior of the building was I! ferro race waa <<.751. while in the
noting the town following our name on Those Ineluned in the handsome donation Fletcher Browsrd the total from all part of the United State
race wa
and development. They are i when discovered and as very
in flames the register was quick to aay !that not of Mr. Nelson are: Revs. Snyder Tampa expect: to'roake this show 'of .",
1 increase of
54,714, or an practically
I those who speak by authority, and not little water protection was available
but what he overheard his thin :
a day passed Presbyterian Stephens greater Importance Its former
; Baptist; .
i Scribes of time until this 10,000 vote
as the mere and Pharisees I lit was only a short magnificent -
M advertlseme t. ''I and costly machinerywere I guests discussing Klssimmee always j Mitchell, Methodist Kidd Episcopal; In .the contest held on the 7th ol state fair, with one of the side attraction
structure favorably, and many had expressed the Chisholm Christian; and Breaker from between Taliaf.rro and to draw interest from the fruit -
And out of the factsand fundamental ashes, the this month '
reduced to only
: presa- that it was the beet town 4n the tad '
i k I (opinion | the town at large. vegetable
j Broward the total 48,973.
have builded remained
condition standing.
men '
these od brick supports
South to invest I It la 'this Porno.logiepi'expootlon .
that 1911
money. | Now Watch Kissimmee Grow. expected
' ----
The show that in the
-- conteat
' figure
,- it seems to mo, a story that will appealto such and rah the - - -_. : toIdc ... ..
With advertising
Everett Bass Escaped vj I >> nor*' ; ---
the judgment of prudent men and to 'I held thlTnonth' ; the vote 14'short' 3141votea
I many superior advantages to offer the A Splendid Spe men. advancement of Florida' agricultural*
the activity that they may be multi- Sheriff C. F. Prevatt received a telegram .a* compared with two year ago. '
there is to I than ha preceded c'
homeaeeker. nothing prevent anyt1'wgwhich ever ,
plied and magnified. last Monday night stating that/ I About as fine\ a specimen of watermelon There should have been an increase t
Kisoimmee being the inland It. We actual
show jn
metropolis will competition.
1 "Mark Hanna in his wise and farseeing Eve/ ett Bass who was recently sent to as we have seen for many a season over the vote of 1908 of several thousands. ;
I of Florida-which it will be before the I thsY'Floridalesda the world iv1( fruIU"
'P last years used to a.Yifth.t)f the I I the penitentiary for five years for cow 1912. was presented to the editor of the This jfalling" off, according to .and ,)\1 c

time would come'when the Il out6 would stealing, had escaped from the convict year ----- -- Valley Gazette this morning: by Mr. M. politicians, is due to the fact that each vegetabjea, I

Inevitably be the richest and 'the fairest -, camps and is large. A hundred We are indebted to Mr. Philfpson, the Cosner. It ii of the Tom Watson variety individual .was, according to the primary The Pioneer Plnmbjng Shop Bas moved

;p section of the country. The great 1 dollars reward is offered for his capture photographer for a large, handsome and weighed forty-eight pounds. law.. compelled to pay his own poll its stock 'and fiixtnre. to' 'Ita, hew".

old financier believed thatJit! resource and delivery. I photo of the new State Bank building. Mr. Cosner stated that it grew in his tax. building on Orlando avenue. ; : f = '

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of St. Cloud @/ HITU TEDAT .

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... Fresh, Florida! 1 all kinds e, 'HI. CDMOND SWABBY PROPfMITOM. .
.. I ITEMS Of INTEREST CLIPPED turnover," one could not doubt that 1 If '
and Westerp MEATS I >* y -"q called ,in to be would INI <: *' rlUMBINGIN' BRflNGHESKITTINO BitAZ NG
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POULTRY EGGS. FRESH "FISH -:; had been in the yean of struggle : h Jp! !! rVINi.1, '1'1-IHI.AIJING. ,tiXJSAMVOHK .r

Mr., and bin. G. F. Newell and family! gene.,by.: L1-'L'h(, :." .., 1'UMI' \ ,.,
i $,pecis< Newel-has} been-awirded building :
t ,,to any pans of Ihe. Cily. has 189 contract here, and'it is a large understood! I address.of tbe evens",\ and said by ., NGl1I. :
way of prefaloiy' ,remarks: "JSix score )
'I' ,' .' , ,a he will likely make his permanent hums, \J
.. ._ and thirteen1
tbe of
. years age, object : ; :\
.. in this section. Doth Mr Mrs. .
.. Newel! ] have a host of friend, Lake- our adoration here tonight Heaven was first eeNe eeee.e .... .... ..:. .
flaunted to the breeze of the
,. i II!, 'I",, I I ,' e, land who with th..rti all the tyck in their Z
.I, brig Bon liomme Richard by Captain '
I I .- ... . pew home John Paul Jones. Thi..had the can copse) to ., ... e, ._ .
H i C ..... I e. : .' ., gloss, :
((0' I causing" the-nations of the world to ;
A party of twelve from St. Cloud
recognize that a new republic had been KISSiMMEE
.1 visited! the shaker Colony on Monday 2e-
born into the family ,of. nations! thai
last Among .the newcomer to this Z
WBJ to be heard ID tbe civilizing
pec lion were Thos. Clephane of Cincinnati ,
I .,. Ohio, C. M. Bockhorat and Mrs. and Christainizing of the yorld.
But to mind the : tP -
central idea
r my great CITY
Kamp of Right City Mo. ; G. W. Stevenson /
which is woven, so closely woven, into
of Carlsbad N. Mexico }WP.
I : T / Jones and wife of Pittitburg, Pa. They the, theme tonight-so closely that the I AND RETURN FOR :
: : line of demarkation cannot be observedis
4 were driven to the Shaker Colony by I
.; .. is THE BUY patriotism. We cannot tributeto and spend 25 days
-- LACK TO j i I Mils Marguerite Chase and spent the pay $30.00
: :
day fishing on Live Oak Lake and pic- one without honoring.the..other; we"'lInnot Z Zf :

Dry niclng in the vicinity.:' < love the flag without loving the I + Long 1:11011: ))1 tlut( inx'stlKnte the beNt +
institutions for which it stands the
Goods Shoes and Notions i -to
extent, if need be, of being willing to e nurgllhls.I Irfo-Arrc; Trails, Town Lots .

An interesting story is told by Mrs. : lay our'lives on the altar! of our country II '. and! Country Property in the. '

S. J. Grove of a grape vine grown of 1 as multiplied thousands have done. !stutr. l JOI" suh! "by ..
the Moore variety which t>n e brought .
This I call true! patriotism. To patriot-
ROCK:: CONS E I with her to St. Cloud from Kansas last 1 it-m we owe the very existence, of our : W. S. ALYEA Z ;
February. As soon as.she arrived hereshe I '
republic and by its exercise we must
$O'1.L; O 0 ANA set the vine out temporarily and a '1 hope' to maintain the dignity, integrityi : 'INSTATE BANK BL.IG. KISSIMMEE, !
II few weeks later, when located on her':
SEE i perpetuity of the nation.
own lots transplanted it. The vine :
"The American flag has always "stood, .
blossomed cluster and from
-1 one only ,
UK beacon light to the of
-- a oppressed'
this matured a bunch of grapes theequal
all nations and in its halo is written ,7 .
of any grown at the Kansas 'II. _
.... rc '
home. liberty opportunity just =------=- : --- -
und righteous #

; 'N N111h1R11N l H. Edgar Cole, Opt. D., of Chicago ,I Mr. Bowers' address, Mr. BUY YOUR GROCERIES. MAIL !

0 who came to Klstummee'several weeks :i Daugherty volunteered to sing "My "
ago with his brother to open a jewelry ''Own United States." His remarkable
G. E. AKACH '' Let us pa-e! ;; your name on our mailing list. Our
Office store, visited St. Cloud clear voice. proved to be of the
Trucking f on Tuesday. one ;
Monthly price list\ is full of bargains - -
Mr. Cole was so much impressed with many features of the evening.

'A ds Real Estate Agency State: : f our rapidly advancing little city that he | Comrade J. O. McNew acted a.chairman : Cured Meals Sold at CostBAKER .

i. now planning to open a store here 1 for the occasmon.. and after the. :
e Specialty Bank $ also. The Cole brothers are experienced -.I singing of "Columbia the Gem of the BROTHERTHE .

$ opticians and will have an optical Ocean" tbe program wan closed with MARKET .
I in each, of their j I
-0- -0 department two Htoren. a prayer by Comrade Robert Andernon.Th .
I ,I 1004-1006 Franklin St. TAMPA, FLORIDA

V The first meeting of the Cornet Band I Bird'. Tail. _. Y1.tN
la bin -== = -
$tury of the Birds", Jawed -- --
N1A1NkAtN1A of St. Cloud was held last Tuesday and N' wtou ttaskett says: TO a slight extent

the following officer elected for the In some birds the tall may l be
ensuing year: C. A. Barnes president; used a. a rudder but where'tbe. win*
k** J. I. Cummings I leader; J. H. Whit- Is perfected turning is effected! with avery rI

: Z. W. & G. W. BASS comb treasurer, and Edward Hall, sec' .scant tall. Tbe use of the tail'

retary. The trustees of the band are: always has more reference to tbe up
I and down .
S. H. Cull J. W. Squires and Byron K.Vhite. movements than to the 1steral.
t !. It com_ Into play In alighting
CONTRACTORS AND' BUILDERS Members of the organization (as a brake) or la rising (as a kitellke d
follow: C. A. Barnes baritone J. I.
; I surface) and Is used dexterously by .
humming, solo cornet-E.; Hall, let the soaring birds In balancing thoni-
Wood Brick or Stone cornet; W? .Esty. 2nd cornet; .J. H. selves against varying currents of air I Do You Use THOMAS

Whitcomb, 19.1 clarinet; Earl Pattixon,

let alto; Leon Esty 2nd alto; C. H. Quaint Picture of Qladat.".. PHOSPHATE (Basic Slag) ?
Ssty, Jet tenor; (vacant) 2nd tenor; A. .AcccrdlDg to a Turkish newspaper
BUARANTEE TO GIVE PERFECT SATISFACTION W. Parcel), tuba; S. D. Blazer snare I. of 1876. William H. Gladstone wasborn
In 1790. For If NoVWHY NOT ?
father be bad a
drum; and L. E. Martin, bass drum. ,
; Bulgarian. His gluttony for gold made

Kissimttiee, Florida Camden, June 2, (Specal)John : height him yellow bis whiskers He ,was were of medium cropped It U not costly injuHovia, nor an experiment; but the

Dooling who has been in St. Cloud, close to his face, and ".. a sign of best and cheapest phosphate [for Citrus Fruits,
Fla, for the last six months has returned his satanic spirit his forehead and ,

home. "Mr. Dooling lira been busy upper forehead were bare. His evil .s BECAUSE Produces the .. :
Building'on some of his property)In-....SL temper'bis' made hue hair fall 4>tr.,10 << I ICho.
Cloud, and brings glowing accounts "of that from a distance bl might be tall: I

f :Safety Our First Aim the new town Which' was. opened up less, en"-. for quite bald." - cest. ;Fruit at Least Cost.

than a year ago; as a veterans' colony. j
What H. LacWd.' Read Mr. E. Thompson' letter in the Florida,
The town is built on a tract of I land of "
"They tell me, said the Innocent
f about 35,000 acres whieh embraces the maid "that,your marriage was the reultof Fruit and Produce News Qan. 7.1910)). ,

famous old St. Cloud plantation. I It is | lore at first sight. Is It true'' THEN TRY IT .

hi .' Every safe-guard known to the 175 miles south of Jacksonville on the j "It la." answered the round shout

: Atlantic Coast Line railroad Mr. Doo-i tiered man sadly "Had I been gifted The COE-MORTIMER COMPANY,
ling, George( W. Vandewalker and with second slgb.t I'd still be In tbe s
! banking business is used to secure others, who have been there declare ald.bachelor clsss' !"-Chicago' Record-Her SPECIAL IMPORTERS.

that St Cloud is an ideal place to live, CHARLESTON S. C.

funds deposited with us.Citizens and that for beauty of situation perfection :
I of climate productiveness of II Good Read Maxims. ii +ae MIOM GRADE FERTILIZER MATERIALS.

oil and natural facilities, it can not be I A &'ooc1' road affords an excellent: : :
surpassed if equalled, in any part of I way !to church.A .
the United States.-Ithaca New York I dejUr spent on the road Is as

'w Bank of Kissimmee Observer.Col. good a.two spent on the farm.. 23-9t
A community Is known by the roads -

I =-= !. A. H. Kinney, who was recently it Better keeps. go two miles on a good road um . -

in appointed to succeed Capt. \JJ. E. Kingas than half a mile on a bad one. i I
We 4 per cent Savings Dept. j _
pay FOR
postmaster of St. Cloud receivedhis The wide tire maketh the glad path _

commission.yesterday, and will en- master. ,
for Rent.
Safe DepositsBoxes ter upon his official duties immediately. A bad road and its travel are. soon '

The new postmaster promises to carry parted. I. TruthAbout
masters spoil tile roads.A "Tqe
Many path
through the work started by Capt. King little gravel Is a dangerous thing.
with as much zeal and integrityas and sprint.The .
T Sow deep or wallow fall
r N. \.\ aaa\a- as M\ggMq\NNN\\\.r did his predecessor. Comrade Ken- horse knoweth the bad road and

I : WHAT IT M ANS ney's war record' was one to be envied lettetb his ears drop. : .
I e by many. A full account of same will Many country roads are pa.ed wltb Florida
Mur p.opUdo mot know what a Baoll: Capital.for. or tho heWitt -
be In these columns in later intentions, but for tbe most part
.*...a Wok:.f (title or no, capital andBANK'S .0 a,larf.pILaI. r given .a good
stones: roots and
A CArTTArf AND sUJt7LU8Sa issue. with lumps of sod.

' tb.fad our pmt otr LU4.peelt rs loss. \II....,..'b.l.rr.r U I. tb. : rubbish.
motor prof* ..-.u>.dcpoiitora ba 4b bask fan a I : --and values in--
' tl apllal of...... ,.... ..4..... ,.,.. .. S5O.DOO 00 ; Flag Day Observed.The Improvement Mottoo*. 0
S..rpl..toD4..I. ...... ... ..... .......... li'00tt.QM J I I 1
8o .kboldonlUWMtr ...... .. .. , observance of Flag Day which If an embargo of tbe same

total of..... .../.. .... ... ' .. ,1116.1100110- f I I took place at the Gospel tent last Tuesday were laid on the! ports roads that Is laid uoliwthat >'II
... night brings forcibly to mind the farm traffic far bad the : j Farming Timber and Citrus f
TkU' _0&1>.that' wo moat I. t" 3ooa.OO before our depositor Auld 1 IOM asat I could be beard ,
ta for YOU. would fallow
ThU protootion great work in teaching of patriotism .

,' ? .1. STATE BANk OF KISSIMMEE' t tI which has been accomplished by the around If tbe tbe money world.Is expended,;wisely and \ J

..,.... Wonans' Relief Corps of Amerida, an tb'emselrwi
.or- tax
honestly a people> can
} ( = KIU.,.........,.. "L.c>..'O-A. r e elaborate program was prepared which rich for tbe construction of good roods : Fruit Lands Orange
told its of the efforts
a. own story untiring effective must 114' ..
S C. A. CARBON JOHN 1C. LKXVlooFraaldent: N. CARSON Road repairs to- be
= Fr.-ld.D'. Cashier of the members of the St. Cloud Corps continuous .

.e.----.......,.......................-.................... to give fitting honor to the flag. 'P--' If you can't push, pull' If /

l+' Particular mention is due the work you can't pull please vet oat of the Groves and City Properties
, of Mrs. J. W. Soutres Mrs. H. f
; S. Cull
itstiwtww..wv..otitss. way. .
\, _______ _____ t
rtj j and Mrs. Dr. Hyre. If these womenare
J3 EI 8c a 'type of the' workers in other Caused by Lack of Good Read .
Tbe lack of good roads to remote regions r '
corps then the splendid results gainedin Write or call
i of (be chief "
in held to one
Voalor! ,---
: the teaching of patriotism to
many et British
causes of the decline agri
thousands of school children all over i F

FANCY GROCERIES theUnited States was inevitable. culture. --_. D.
i WARING & CO. "
II Every number'on the .
GRAIN AND We solicit part of your trade. program wap Notice to fisherman
not only well given but breathed true
Country Produce Notice is hereby given that the law
OF patriotism. 'When little LaVerne Addis State Bank
I Hides and Furs $ said as he waved his banner of stars against seining the lakes of this county Building F N

ALL KINDS); Bought and Sold.Piumeiai $ and stripes: "Hurrah for the flag that will parties hereaftel1 j interested be strictly will take enforced.notice and All Kissimmee Florida

stands on top and people'who always
-- 3aswsss* KISSIMMEE govern!: themselves accordingly.C. I
"t, -- stand by it, If outside nations have too P. PiirATT, ,--.----. -- --_ .' ---- t tie
-- +
much to say we'll give 'em a Yankee Sheriff t eI


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GEORGE N.. ERS .pWed t at' five month "Mr. .J.' ''H. Stef- I '

.SIAUNC, r Proceedings,' of fee wee appointed to-School! No. :.4; .
Miss Lillie Dale to School No. '7: Miss Take Life Easy : t
Boat BuilderHK .
.' . L .the, School Board Russell School No. 8; Chaa. P. Belk- ., . .
School No.
.. I nap to 9; MUs Nettie,Hods
.. H GRADS' to School No..12; Prof. Hubbard to

SAI LAND .' kisslromee: Fla., June 7 i 'MO.' School No. 13; Miss Rosa' Rogero to +, aq
.The Board of Public 'Instruction School(N14; Miss
HOUSEBOATS ; met ; Hatjtto; Leech, principal r. r Li ,i
: in regular session there present and Miss Effie Lawson and
"F4.PAII'IINQ"A" being \ Miss ,Buy,, .one of our
SPECIALTY W.' C.-Bass,' Chairman, -E. E. Brown Morrison to School No. 16; U. P. Bron-

,C 1..........t:;.Jtort t ti i and J. B. Tumblin; also W. J. 'Sears.tapgrintendent. !! son to'School; : No,''20; Miss Nellie Weth, convenient -t

% erbee to School''No. 23; Miss Arey' .to
rine* Engine"> \ Minutes last,rejnular suasion. School No. 3.'>; L A, ''Young to.School ,REFRIGERATORS t '

read and approved. were 1 No.. .40( and Miss 'Rowena Spier to School>>1 ,A

L' Tkf WirM't StMtwt 2-Crdt Mtsr B. C, Miller, Count)(. Treasurer, re".l NO. .4?: 4 and, keep your ,
a ported as follows: 'Chairman Bass and SuperintendentSears I

Pumping Engiies Irrigation.flanls To. the Honorable'lirmrd of Public Instruction \ were requested to fill other vacancies eatables, Jc

- ...._- iaandforOaeeoIa County. as possible.
1 herewith tender my report s Treasurer :The trustee s-of sub-school districts -p ON ICE :

of Osccola County for the monthof .Nos. 3 and 4 were requested to look Into -

May A. D. 1910. matter of transportation o'f pupils q XsAn enjoy pure .w

# OKNKBAL.: : IICH<>OL..rIlND( term and ( name! of - r,!
" / To bnUnco from taut report .. V.MJ Kg contractor and amount' allowed eachat 'I FRESHFOOD
,To .mt Med from Comp I mill nflftnl' next
.. regular meeting.
i The matter'of sale of books left
was .
Amt ,1 the
KlMlmmee .
< f rrem City ftUIOrtTo I CasenttalTo PORCHCOMFORTTFABC during d
Bathingis ain't rrv-'it from Tax Coll. Clot Miten 780 '4 open till some'future meeting; ,

..Ux. 751 8R.T I There being no further business the ?'utl8r HARK 1 r,
. summerGive {
f' :. : : Fine -s7t8l late roaM adjourned till next regular meet a-ATtNffO .

paid wurmniH. ii1ml J, ing.
ax | 927 .7 ,
I t T....1 .-. . .rS.IH) eR I Attest: W. C. BASS, -
W. SEARS ...
J. Chairman.
SCHOOL so.-.t8T. NO. 2. I I : "'t""N4
To b..1 l tram I Inht report . 9a'LS! Superintendent., your wife. a gasoline or oil stove; ,j;I i I
Get SUIT and try it rtTmnantrerrtl! tmnirTft's' Collmn** I I":I ::
I it is-so !
"mighty fine tellyouwhen hot.r*; '
pniii rranbl.x >" "I..t.. TM 21*
COMPLETE LINE AT RT balance -1-"i V Alt Incident ef a F..hi nab1 Wadding

.( Mf '" ,"II'DI.T. NO 1 In New-York.
To ha I frnm lat. jreptrt .. irtfl
'"c from Tax Col.,, U-xes. 10 Mft "charge customers" of a well known Osceola Hardware Co. '
C. W. DANN'S' 1 I9 23!: I department store .In New York purchased ?
It 1 putrl.Hi-rant"" **per Hit V779 a -$500 wedding Tell for her
I H),i.-p UH'.r.;;:; I daughter, which was charged to her I tCr t +
account and duly delivered. The vt-vd-
M llo'tl.' xl l B iliT4 v ,. 1 .1 ,
f To btInn,.. from ln.t r,'i.*.ri ern4 i ding was a large one ano! celebrated at ,
To ,urn t rt churches. ra
2-7 :2ti It happened that one of the girls ,
Bypahll.arrant"aslx'rllxt' !ir"Mlle l ( '
.-- ---- from a department store went out for ;

C..1. CARSON! I I'r :
| H r' M11.LIIL'nnntV Irow.TLr.T I fashionable wedding la full swing. Vw.

1'0,1, ....t".t.lntb..uon..1 tf>24M slipped Into the church with tbe crowd" w..
The Waters & Carson t'JItfi iti op m nonnlon. Bill were ""re..II'j and Into oue of the bock pews. After -AGENCY FOR- t I
uii'l \\ nt/mciMwI. fon]! .
arrw MM mW I the ceremony was over she hurled .... r-
J -.-..., toil, Hii'i-t f I" '"'I' I back to her place behind the counter, '
I''. K prow u. M II PI' .100' [f fr too busy with her'special soles to even u ;'ttf: I
I I H Tumhlin, M n ,I' I 1 II (III> BUICK -
Grocery Company think about It. GAS AND "
W elf.: s..MRr1 1 t II.I14CNIIII < _\ JOVCRLAND )
.r 'nut. "n *lr..ur l '*r ..'. "5 The next morning, howejuavwlwn- T 1'
abe ad account of 'the "mnffnltl, HUDSON
\".1U'iA7iMtt> printIMK' (JMI 1 t an
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In i R'I I ,',,,_, xxl) tt-arh iiyii' aahoo't- ISO, 0" J JI cent wedding In church and a de WHITE n STEAM .CARS Ir
1\1 ". V "ve ul, tilled description} of the wonderful '
GROCERIESI I I Lilt us Kraut jO INIEufniM veil worn by ttfe bride, valued at ,t
Kutoh :NIHIi< ) i "
I $BOO, she luuglttnffly told ber uumer-
1 FlrHicOvrrHtreft 5"'loA ous friends tn'that department that Supplies, Repairs and Accessories <.
bin "Hmifh Sil INIMr. I t.
she "bad been one of tbe honored 1
A A ttnn|'Hon 61111"( I I.VI r
we SELL WE BUY Milk M C llryia ,. .. .. )n1' ) guests and bad seen that $500 veil AMPLE GARAGE ,
Florrle1Aaa.m l ,. .. "iO I 00 with ber own eyes." Just at Ibis thrilling ROOM PHONE, 164XMXMOOOQU > ,;.
I Emma Yo'ell"! .. a oni \ point of her story one of tbe floor
HAY .. .. 'i'-
HIDES WomlallMtKelizI her and said
Mania W i cxiA men stepped up to : '
GRAIN .* ". "> (Wi'.oo "You are wanted at the manager' :
FURS Baltic LewhUliteDalc ), office, Miss B." >> ) )

? FERTILIZERS IS 00 As she entered the office, to her per- C. A. CARSOH.Praldant.. I. A. CRANPORD. 8.La t.LOn& + I
1 M Katz -MippJi'ft :00: .
WOOL fect amazement, she beheld the Identical v..l4n 8.a.ahr
Villa! v j/.ellc, Himpllea Hurl< notlciM 1125
bridal veil under too.
W J *v.n, f..l bt end rxpromi I 10 Just dlscql'
ORANGE BOXES AND' J R Smith.Jinltornc-hool' No'' '.flw) "Miss B:? can you tell me If you evertaw
this veil before?" askedtbe maDarer. -
ALL Bids for St. Cloud school house were '
ORANGE' WRAPS opened, and as the lowest bid was ;
Yes, sir; 1 saw It yesterday.
17,400.all bids were ref4 ed. The "
YEGETABLECRATES "Where did you sea It?
chairman and superintendent! were requested Sfce took from her pocket the clipping
CRATE. NAILS ; : ,to<< proceed in the matter of get- from the morning newspaper ,

':z.. , ting a building within.the amount avail-, with; the apco nt'""of the"great wedding and Dressed

,\ \ able, and also to secure from Senator' the..costly veil and a picture of ugh : '
We sell field and garden seeds or all kinda. ? .? / :'''' ; Lynn deed to l land donated to the county the bride. Laying It upon the desk, .

j We.aive special. attention.- ., ',to. .fitting. 'ou% hunting! !;"and.campinyparties. .. for school purposes, and also .the .aa said: r' Pine'" -' .. "
$2,000 subscribed by the Seminole Land "This Is a picture of tbe Free delivery !in cit.'- 1imits Phone No. 12. Company for the ourpose of assistingin "How did yon" happen to be at this '- ---'-

we are ccunty a.jlen'ts fur good rertilizars. Ask Us for circula building the school house so there wedding instead' of In your .place here I 1a
and prices on fertilizers. In the store?" ,
would be further ,
no delay. "It was my luncheon hour, and I .
J. R. Smith was employed aa janitorof went to the wedding Instead of to HOUSE BILLS A SPECIALTY.xaocooooocieoooooooeoooooooooooocaoooooooooocxK. s
School No. 1 for ensuing year, at lunch." \V
j.1M' J.
same salary as last year. The manager'smiled. ,>

The superintendent was instructed "Can you positively Identify this veH \
E. L. LESLEY COMPANYS. NMN-""" ----. sM1'VNN'NN'' 'iM'1N'F'
to open the Kissimmee acheQl and all as the one you saw yesterday? i

schools in the county except Schools 'Miss B. took it up in her hands and. .

M. CULL, M NAGERST. Nos. 13 and 28,. on the second Mondayin unfolding It, ran tier fingers throughthe Appreciate'1c
mesh and Into the tiny folds where Do You 11
= September.The .
CLOUD r LA. the orange blossoms were caught, then
. .-" position of instructor of music
with some difficulty picked: out throe
FULL LIN-i OF ; for Kissimmee High School was left little pieces of rice and handed thorn ; ACCURACY !, ,.

GENERAL HARDWARE open till next regular meeting; to the manager. PROMPTNESS. '
The board ben proceeded' to make Sbe went back to her counter, and ] .
.. ..
Tool Fenclflg." HurBitara. Palm.Oils y .,ry ...4 Disfcov. P.IILIe.efU..ta'Pur.l.kleas.Hat.l : the regular itemized estimate for all the "charge customer," whose accounts PURITY, : 4
.ad Caps. "' 41_' H_.. school purposes, as required by law; ranged in the"thousands each '
and also placed the millage torthe" en- year was rendered a bill far -J30O( : COURTESY, .
GRAIN FEED AND for the use of it .bridal veil worn by
FERTILIZERSGrocery suing year at seven mills. I and that of satisfaction in ''
her daughter." feeling KNOWING you have.the Best 'i1,.. 'j y
doors Itemized estimates were also re- A.check for the J3OO( was immediately Obtainable at the! Lowest Price? Then phone us your wants, I. .
Located on N. Y. Ave., 2 from !St.: : Cloud Hotel r
Hardware Store Penn Ave., near 11th St. ceived for sub-school district No.2, Bent, and the wealthy "charge customer and we assure you that satisfaction wtll be your .. -
and upon recommendation of trusteesof -"- U1J continues to charge.-Chicago .,

OUR PRICES ARE LOWEST Ac.Bto fmrm for FULLER Fume. Urn S t"N501'f.' said district, the millage for ensuing Record-Herald. i KISSIMMEE DRUG CO. 1

. ,.-- year was placed at 3 mills. Subschooldl .
F'VRNITVR' ::: : :E: trict No. 3 also received, and upon A Powerful W.ap n. $ ,. Phone 41 rr
They were examining an old fa'fth- 011.1A'WVa I .
recommendation of trustees of said dis- $ I. '
CASH Of INHTALLMBNTS toned shotgun of murderous build. It 1''
trict, millage of ensuing year was """" --- ri
looked as If It would be an effective '" .. .
3' S. II. ClfLL, The Pioneer Merchant placed at 8 mills. weapon agninat anything short of an '. ,4

The board then proceeded to appoint elephant, and Its owner was, boasting r
Pess Ave tc'twccs lOth ..ellIl" Prompt DeliveriesANNUAL ;
teachers for the ensuing term as follows with that scorn of fact which In allow- )!f
4 0' tQt.o.
: ed the sucreHsful( hunter of Its power. New Shoe Store

:= - --. .' -, "- .-=-...'==. ,. Kheimmee High School-Prof. R. M. "Doenn't It kick like anything ask.ed i
Evans, principal; Miss Sarah Griffin, one.)
"Oh. yen, it kicks some," aald thy
y1 EXCURSION assistant principal. All the other teachers +
of the Kissimmee High School were proprietor "but tbtt's the beauty of it. Ladies' Gent's and Children's Shoes
Why, once I shot at a grizzly that was
reappointed, subject to the wishes of ,
charging inc. I missed him, and on be \
JULY 1ST = the board and assignment to grades by came. If It had not been tbat the gun HIGH GRADE AND UP-TO-DATE I

the superintendent, chairman and prin kicked me so far back that I bad time t

ROUND TRIP RATE F'ROM' KISSIMMEE TO cipal.In. to reload I shouldn't have been hereto aid YraT Bur MARSH & WHIDDEN '

the matter of increase of salaryof tell the story.-Touth's Compaiiliiu See I

i; SAVANNAH ,GA. $7.00CHARLESTON said teachers the board left the CASH BASIS t.
matter open until the tax assessor of Sakhalin !I. Queer. STATE BANK BUILDIM6.
Carious facts have come to' light
S. C. $9.00 county completes the assessmentfor
concerning thalnlsnd Sakhalin off
the present year. .
VIA" l the eastern coast of Siberia. Cold
The salary of teachers for the Kis- winds. and 8t>Icurr..nt circulate > y

Atlantic Coast Line simmee High School were placed .as round it. and their effect appears to PLUMBING AND STEAM PITTING T1-;

; follows, subject to above: Principal, produce on tb&l.Jlaull-a reversal of tbe

._ (150 per month;assistant principal $80; ordinary course of nature respectingthe I y.' ,A'f
a -xxx 8th, 7th, 6th, 6th, 4th, 3d, 2nd and pri- arrangement of temperature. Usually L. B. CRISSMAN :/ ,
TICKETS ON SALE JULY 1ST mary $50 each per month, and assistant the air Is warmest near sea level
and coldest on highlandsand mountains WITH ,
FINAL LIMIT JULY 16TH. primary $40 per month.
The salaries of teachers for county but In Sakhalin the coldest air Osceola Hardware Co. .
Is found the sea, and there the I
Tickets will U food on regular trains going and schools were placed at near '
returning. same amount as
of arctic character, while
plants are an : I Forty Years Experience In Large Northern Cities. '
last year except No. 10, which was In the lofty interior of the Islaod.the.. ,
For information or Pdllman reservations call on nearest placed at $10 per month, and No. 16, climate la mild, and even subtropical Only First-class Workmen Employed.. I If

Atlantic Coast Line Ticket Agent or write principal $60 per month, and two assistants plants flourish on 'the heights. : 'Windmill and Pump Material '
Y. R. BEAZLEY T. P. A.. J. .
t G. KIRKLAND, D, f. A. at f45 per month each. f
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.MISLEADING the Intelligence of Florida if two native .senators are':Connecticut:: I ..
; Gazette STORY. citizenry RESOLUTIONS 1 1On.
KssHHBee Valley DIED JUNE 9TH. :
: > I' they! think our people are to be so easily -1 I Delaware, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisi i
misled by arranir falsehoods and North Carolina, Ohio, South Caro-i
PUBUSKXD XTKKT IamAT.s Published in Reference to the Result' gross misrepresentations of1"facts. Wife of Norman G. Cooper, lina Tennessee,, Vermont, Virginia. the Death of Henry T. Staptord1',, .. */,

Office in Valley GazetteBuilding., OOUMTY.FIA.W. of Alabama Ekction. (Signed)' Charles L,,,Collins, Remembered Here.. It will be seen thai: the South and the. By His Brother Masons. ', t" f.. $.!
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mawnrifcoecttor.A Florid. N.w have
Superintendent .EhKland'tate. stood by .
e.d Prop'r. To the Editor:' Anti-Saloon LeagueVJacksonville The people of Kissimmee who their own sons .. i ,Whereas; In His Infinite wisdom it has, \&;
MM. HARRIS* Editor There is to much'wrong; Information ,-Fla.. June 4th, 1910 antly remember Mr Norman G. "The states which have 'f>ut one v native seemed good to -our Divine Master tQ ?. :|I

S: .J., TRiPLBTT. aiele< Editor.BCBSCBIfTION afloat in Florida regarding prohibitionin . and his charming wife, Wjll\ I Mhatorare: Alabama,, Arkansas, remove from among us.our beloved .. "."J,

ItATEStj W I Alabama-some people. even having Only a. Gather learn that she died .t-her Indiana;,,Kansas, MichiganNe..."Hampshire brother Hfenry/ T. Stanford, and __

0..conyc .VMr. <.':ua> / -.M2 got the notion that Alabama ha "gonewet" Yes sir hers' just a cracker, born and Oberlin Ohio, on the 9th of this I New Jersey, PennsylvaniaRhode. Whereas, in the death ot Brother ,
o..eiJI,,.....- -,; ><;.".. hi .aln-J.bat I crave space in your raised down her'rt Floridy In'a personal letter. to the Valley Island, Utah, Wisconsin. Stanford, ,,Or'arg" Blossom Lodge No,! :*'

&II _..**-. -..i q ppt from wetor'auras..'I valoaola paper'to act forth the real' Brought up on good old grits'and homemade' ,zette. },fr, Cooper says: "Florida 'The states that are not representedby 80, F. A A. M., has lost ope of its mos v. V V

'ci tell Tl"esno..o.d..a.wt>'* star i will "lw* or.oe*"!fc,tlM wA.r aster. fact. 'These are aa follows,, bacon, ed my.dear wife! but paralysis 'was native sons are: California,' Colorado useful.,sna active( members, and the :> jcommunity } ,

.....,-" i" Alabama has not gone wet attain I Tending his grovehis patch,, his hogs, much fur her weak body:: God Florida, Idaho, Illinois, Iowa, at large Xrue' and! upright v. ?A
.......attJM rwfarfBM'ki. i.-- Jlsw ee Every law against the aale of liquorIn maybeHunting her sweet rest without pain at .. Minnesota M.i.lOurl..Montana, N.b...., citizen, therefore be it .4 *
M s.sweeIsr.si1. __. I Alabama enacted by the last Legislature of The following is clipped from Resolved' that while we bow in humble .
=--=-=' I and fishing fop a change; ka; Nevada North Dakota, Oklahoma,
-. June 24 remalniin 1 full force and effeettod'a ration, I Oberlin, (Ohio) News: Oregon, South Dakota, Texas, Washington submission to the will of the Su '
Friday 191O.z.
,, just as When it was written. Sometimes. Lucelia A. Quereaii was.born at West Virginia, Wyoming. prime Architect, We lament and deplore .

I There is not one" saloon in Alabama Ills. home perhaps,.a'rough hewn cabin Creek, N. Y., April 18, 1843. The state that has furnished the'largest : the departure of our late brotheras

/ The Polk County Executive-Commit 'today, from Athens to Mobile. so that or a shack -. 'I( married "Norman U. Cooper at < nurnber!; of members .In the, ..pres a loss we have sustained, both per .,
+ ....' refunded 60 per''' .lent., of theirs I Alabama has never said she wants- saloons Built in the hammo-k or the piney cv. Mih.; September: 11, 1866. ent seifate', is Mi..I..lppl-'tvI. : .one sonally and as lodge.. '

+ assessments to ths losing candidates' again.Anybody. wood of poplectic) shock at 243 Ease C Arkansas.Nevada.. Oklahoma, Resolved that as we have ,consigned i-

That was some cot l.tioI.t least. (except) perhaps, the rank' A hearty hospitality will never lack, street, Oberlin.. 0., June 7,- 1910, Oregon, Txaa. The next is Ohio his body to mother earth 'and commended 4

est"liquor partisan) who knows Alabama An:...,open door a welcome, and a bite of her husband, son, Leon. N., which gives one each to Indiana, Mon- his spirit to Him who gave It, .
tl' Even the wont >f things sometimes COnditloni-wlil state that the vote food' ; Ethel A. Forman' two sisters, tana, and two to West Virginia."Of we will ever cherish in our memories

prove to be a blessing, as was demon- on.the amendment last fall involved so For stranger*. E. Barden,.of Quincy, Mich and the states that have not a native the examples of du>' late brother and

I.tratedoll> a California man.who pawned much..-from'th -mere' question of His wife, ywu'li mostly hear him call M.. S. Querreau, Of Los Angeles representative in the delegationare strive to emulate' his virtues That we

his mother-in-law's I skeleton' for. 'saloons or no saloons" that it was not her "Honey6; and others to feel the loss of her : Colorado Idaho, Montana, Nevada tender to his loved ones our sincere

$5.0(1.( an expression on the merits of thee.... And the daughter, Which Tie's likely to presence. At the funeral North Dakota, Oklahoma. Washgton sympathy iiv" this hour of their' bereave ,

It is now proposed that aeroplanes To hold that the Spring Primary just possess, Prof. W. J. Hutchins, her former ; >* West,Virginia, Wyoming." ment.

, I utilized by the post office department held over there indicates *wet' vie* b[ Sissy. That's her calling toher tor, preached a sermon, fully Resolved, that a copy of this tribute

It in carrying the mails. Representative tory Is the rankest nonsense. Mr. Em- brother now, I gues!, her Christian character and loving The Qectrk TheatreThe furnished the famllyof our lamented

', =; : Sheppard, of Texas, has introduced a met O'Neal who opposed the prohibition "Heigh 01! Buddy. position. Rev. H. M. Tenney brother, a copy be inscribed in our
" resolution in the house to that effect.t amendment, -w.- homln.ted. for 1 He wont discuss your creed, "or talk prayer. Mrs. Charles H.-Adams Electric Theatre opened last minute books and a copy be. furnished_ ---
I Governor by a majority of 12000. But i aboutReligioull Grand Army comrades acted as evening under very favorable auspices, I the KJseimmee. Valley Gazette for pub

I "Behold the fisherman. He riaeth Mr. d'Neal, always and everywhere doctrines or original sin, ers, and the dearly beloved body and promises, unde.c.: the present management lication. -i-,

ij up early in the morning and diiturbeth during the campaign stated on every He only says you must not cues him buried son-Vestwood cemetery.The to become a popular resort. Respectfully submitted,
t the whole household. Mighty... his platform that he would oppose efforts . out, family (bank the W. R. C. A.good crowd was in attendance last W W. Carson,

prepara CIn.. 'He jroeth forth full 'off 'to repeal the prohibition laws now in And what he does by you, you do by other friends whoso kinJly sent evening, and the pictures were enter' W. H. Patrick,
g'i .hope, When the day Is far .pent he force. Mark that down'and remember _ and assisted: in other:ways. taming, clean and wholesome. R. A. Wiley.
him. . __
retumeth smelling of strong drink, and It. His opponent, Mr. Mallory, madeno Like home folks The following relatives from I Messrs.: Nikilie Gianl18llkia; the new -

__ the truth is not in him." Of courses stronger promise. were at the funeral: proprietors, promise to keep their entertainments -
Stranger, don't call him shiftless for
f l ( this{ does not 1 bold 1 In Florida, it comes Another fact? In the race for Lieu-i he's not, Leon N. Cooper, of Brooklyn,. N. ; up to the standard set in

from, New'York. tenant-Governor Mr. Walter D. Seed Because he takes life easy, withoutcare Wm. :E. Cooper, of Pittsburg. ; the beginning and If they do, they will Horses and Mules
almost Mrs. E. E.: Harden ot Quincy, doubtless be showing to packed housesin
was.nominated by 11,000 majority
... We happened in a home the other ; Mrs. J. Carrie Clark, of Fargo, N. ; a short time.
as much aa that of O'Neal for His wants are few, and satisfied his lot.
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night and over the parlor door was the I Mrs. S. B. Taylor of Lansing, I -. --- -
Governor. And Seed favored the He can't see what' in being millionaire -
i legend worked In letters of red", "Whatis amendment last faiL The pro-liquor Mrs. L. J. Dunning I Ligioner, Ind. Mortuary:
is Home Without a Mother? Across
-: "' crowd fail to tell that. But it is a fact. By Golly! Died at the Park Hotel, on Monday
the room waa another brief, "God
If O'Neal's election means that Ala rle asks you here, he hopes! you come to WHOARfNATIVf night last, -.t- .about 11 o'clock, Mr.
l Bless Our Dad? He gets up early
bama wants saloons again, what does stay, W. A. Rose, in the 66th year of his
light the fire, boils an egg, and wipesoff
Seed's election ? advice lends heloini hand The deceased had been an invalid;
mean Imparts and a : the Various age.
the dew of the dawn with his boots Representing
r" while many a mother is sleeping. He Still another fact! The Birmingham And yet you'll hear some ingrate settler I the Union'The practically all of his life. He came to
Kiasirnmee from Rose City, Mich., with
makes the weekly handout for the butcher Ledger says that the state-widers have say,
.l"' the grocer, the milkman andf elected a majority .of the Legislature.And "He's just a cracker." Yes, cracker, Macon (Ga.) Telegraph his brother, Mr. A. Rose proprietor" of
menting the fact that the Park Hotel, with whom he had
that Legislature is the Jpnly; body anet- upon
baker and his pile is badly worn -
that the prohibition laws. A man. B re ward is a native Floridian and I made his home for a number of years -
-can repeal -
1 he has been home an hour.
f If there is a noise during the night Where does the much-vaunted "liquor And when we cross the river, I expectto Senator Fletcher was born in and who diligently looked after his -

dad is kicked in the back and made togo victory" show up in these facts? And see him there, goes on to describe the different every comfort.:: A short pr.yer servicewas "oSt. Paul, Neb.. June 7th. 1910.

downstairs to find\ the burglar and they are facts too. The following In[ his absent minded way just traipsin and how many of their repre held at the hotel, after which interment KI..immeVan.y Gazette,

kill him. Mother dams the socks: but ediotrial from the DeSoto County Newsis roWLooking\', are not native born, as follows: .was made at Rosehill cemetery. iCisaimmee, Fla.

dad bought the socks: in the first place In point. Note that Editor W B. for Kissimmee folks, I'll 'This is not an uncommon Old papers for sale at this office Please put a notice in your paper
and the needles and the yam after- Hare is an Alabamian. I quote the swear, the United /States Senate of 20 cents a hundred. that I will be in Kisstmmee about\ July

{ wards. Mother does up the fruit;well editorial: Him and Honey, Sis and Buddy and the Many of the states have only 1st with a car load of horses and mules.
houn', tive senator and a number have Large desk blotters for sale at this .
dad bought It all, and jars and sugar "We do not condenm any paper for that office for 10 cents. Respectfully, r
"The states
f cost Ilk. the mischief. pubU.blniIta views or news. That is Yes sir. 25-3t W. J. McCraeken. (
-W. V. MACK.
t; \ Dad buys the chickens for the Sunday its privilege. Still it is amusing to 'it'h "
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: dinner carves them himself and read the Alabama l letters(?) publishedin John G. Ingalls' Eulogy on Grass

; draws the neck from the ruins after about half a dozen Florida papers. ".
.Gr it the forgiveness of nature .
everyone else Is served. "What is These letters in language are.the same.. -her constant benediction. Fields C
Home Without Mother Yea that 'That they are aent out in the interest with I
e trampled with battle
is all right; but what is borne without of the liquor traffic is not knownto
Ii blood, torn with the ruts of cannon, .;i
father? Ten chances to one its a but know
a the masses; we they are.
again with ,and carnage to even
prow green grass Last week we were too busy -li.
house father is under slab
boarding a "W. do think our worthy Florida exchanges i.'ogotten. Streets abandonedby

,, and the landlady ia th.. widow. Dad, should be a little careful" about traffic become' grass grown like change our ad, on'.account ,of all excursion
""" here's to vou-you've' got yoursuits uch stuff We do not know every thinK '..
rural lanes and obliterated. Forests
, may have lots of 'em:-but you're about the political situation In old Ala decay: harvests, perlen, flowers 'vanish BUY from' the states of .Minnesota. and Illinois. ..

all right, SUVA we will tnlss you when. bama. However- we happen to know but grass I. immortal. Beleagueredby Everyman was delighted and they all expect -
Review. >
you're gone.Pensacola something' the severe hosts'of ,winter I it withdraws : : :.; \; ; .. '
to return to the Kissimmee Valley. ..
"These famous 'letters' In describing: into the impregnable for tressesof > : .
x The Man Behind the Hat '
I the 'failure of state-wide prohibition its subterranean vitality and emerges 'The most amazing thing to all of them
-t The man behind the 'hat deserves as make many misleading statements. upon the first solictation of spring. .

Ala much sympathy as the one-legged man In a recent 'letter' it waa stated in Sown by the winds, by the wandering was the fine cool nights; and the delightful
In front of the speeding automobile. substance that the Birmingham News
birds, propagated by the subtle horticulture all admit
A breeze in the made them
His patience ia one of his most remarkable -th greatest evening paper in Alabama of the Clements which "are the daytime

qualities, and a monument less -had seen the error of its war. ministers and servants with which it that our claims for the summer climate

than ..mty'eabltl and a span'[In height It supported the state-wide program I softens the rude outline of the world.

would) utterly fatt\ Ito pay just tribute Including the con.tltutlonalamendment. its tenacious fibres hold the earth in were justified. -

'to the meek ant lowly thing after hen The paper was now against the whole its place and prevent the soluble components Don't make any mistake about it. Central -
," has passed ever the river donned his thing, and was for local option( (?). from washing into the wasting

wooden overcoat, and has been placed What Is lacking to make that the truth"?? sea It invades the solitudes of the Florida climate is the finest in the

... v under the sod for his long sleep beneath The paper has changed hands. General deserts climbs the inaccessible slopes
- United States both Summer and Winter.
.the sighlnc sycamores. How' we pity Rhodes, the former owner and and forbiding pinacles of the mountain, Home ,

the blind bat bow 'much more ia the controller of the New., is dead. The modifies climate and determines the Another item that will interest you, is

nan to be pitied ....hq hath an eye and majority of the stock of the paper is history, character and destiny of nat- ;
i and is permitted to see not the minister now the property of Frank Glass (and ons. Unobstructive and patient it has that our: surveyor has commenced the final

or the choir or the prancing chorus associates) the 'wet' editor of the Montgomery an Immortal vigor aggression. Ban- location of the railway line from Whittier '

before Wan, on account of the .hat that Advertiser. Of course it. K shed from the throughfare and the fieldit -

*looms up directly in front of' Mm with changed its policy I \ bides its time to return and whenVigilance to Bassinger, and we will hn e our town-

dt.\\ proportions almost equal to those of the Every well-informed Southern editor is relaxed, or the dynasty has '
r proverbial "spreading chestnut tree? knows that Frank Glass has never by Arished, it silently resumes the-thron. sites located inside the next 30 days, Mr.

Broad is that hat as the way'that lead- Word or vote helped to secure or en- rom'which it baa been expelled, but : theBeautiful Armstrong assures us.
eth to destruction, and as narrow is the force prohibition In county or state. which it never abdicates. It bears no on

;view.that ItermtUi! the nan behind It was also heralded as news ((1)) in blazonry of bloom to charm the senses Now let us remind you once more that
It to obtain as the ..tnll'b.1' to life. letters' that who
f\ those not a man with fragrance "or splendor but its
Even though;T>y dodging rubbering, supported the prohibition amendment, homely hue is more enchanting than we are offering: 20-ACRE FARMS FOR $20

and peeping around be, obtaineth a littler would be elected. the lily or the rose. It yields no fruitin PER ACRE, $20 PER FARM CASH AND .
r >"*'* \-rlew, that which" hath shall be taken Let's see. O'Neal was elected governor earth or air and yet should its harvest >

away by nodding plumes and flourisbjjgj. but that was not the whole fail foe a single year,famine would $20 PER FARM PER MONTH. i..;
me '/of frltley, feathers.-PensaeolaUewV. truth. "'
depopulate_ the world._._u We can locate your land within a mileof '::
Walter C. Seed a life-long prohibitionist
National Education Association
won for Lieutenant-Governor by the townsite In' the center of the tract, if
a : .Vegetables Oa One Acre. 11,000.Many.other men who supported The Forty-Eighth Annual Conventionof

'With land la the proper condition ana the amendment have been elected to the National Education Association t you will purchase now. You will never be .-.:;
farmercan raise the legislature., In fact the Birmingham of .the United States will be held in
authority a good
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t on one acre any of the following: Ledger states that the state-widen Boston, Mass., July 2-8, 1910. All .. able to buy so advantageously again, so

On. acre of onions,. 446 W 4jQ bush have a majority. railroad. going out of this state are of-
t a'rate DO IT NOW. Write at once to
else Four of the Alabama congressmen fering of $41.45 from Jacksonville -

Tomatoes. 800 to 400 bushels. Taylor, Burnett Hobson and Berlin and $47.85 from Tampa for the ,

;' ,j, Sweet, potatoes BOO to 600)( bushels. supported the prohibition amendment. round trip; correspondingly low rates

" Beets SCO) to'400 bushels All of the four have been returned, from other points. Parties desiring

t \ Cabbage a.000 heads. some without opposition. And Heflin, further: information can secure same by HUNTER LAND

Potatoes 100 to 900 bushels. upon whom a great fight was' made, has. i, writing Miss Clem Hampton, Director .

Here' item' swept the! field L, carrying .every I county and Manager N. E. A. for Florida, at

.;i t referring to the product of an acre cave one, by overwhelming majorities T'alJahu ee. \\i _

#I 4 where_the grower..... a specialist:" like Frank Clark in Florida, Tom Heflinspoke'against florida Maps. COM P AN Y ,
1 Cauliflower, 100 to 300 pounds, $460. the liquor traffic and like _
of 25 the A. _
Upon receipt cents at Valley
Onions COO bushels 75 cents, S450. him he has been returned to congress. I c
10 Cabbage seed 1,000 pounds, 40 cents Yet these wonderful letterwritersfrom Gazette office a pocket map of Florida I .
had 'repudiated' I will be mailed to any address ia the GRAYStONE BUILDINGS.
4f p a pound $400.Potatoes Montgomery every one Prairie
United States. We can also furnish
defeated.We .
176 bushels. low estimate, and '
of Osceola county .i 31 each and
reformer.We l lL
c 'x$176.. are not a prophet or a ".-
will be sectional KISSIMMEE .' FLORIDA
glad to estimate '
on maps
a Florida brethren to '
Cabbage, 7,000 heads. $500. do want our be ",
To be a successful trucker have aeontinoons fair especially In giving the news." of any kind. __ ___ t

r1 succession of crops, and The liquor folks are. welcome ,to all It i. how the good old summer timein .

,'r" maintain and increase the land's productivity the comfort they can get from I.b.-I Kissimmee, yet there has 'been no .

,, year after year.-Farmer'. mad Their comfort will be short-lived. abatement in the amount of building .f ,b

'Union' Guide.J" They place 'a 'tremendous' di.count'on being done here;

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The KJsslHimeelYalleii: GazetteTBLBPMONB p I.. B1JY your shoes from A; S. Gilbert: H. Fleming his gone to Athens. lira:;'Arthur tilger n' .... ',., '.' "

Freah stock, low prices 25tf Ga., to spend the summer. ed i through the, city yesterday ar- :

J re'. 'NO. ". '''j,.it 1 I Photos In all the latest styles mad The Valley Gazette wants i icorrespondent a Fooc1 noon Petersburg on their, where way from they St.will Cloud make to their St.. SOCIETY H APPENJNGSw,

i at Wilder' stMdlo. .
JLJ, 26-tf : at St. Cloud. .
-Mrs-tGlger has leased tile Gulf ... '
PUBLISHED: EVERY FRIDAY: Y I, Buy'from us and get your'thread for ANr.,W. B. Maktnson Kansas. Casino at the terminus of the St. Petersburg MISS INEZ.'CARSON 'I'
-1111'- nothing. Ask '!a. ,At Dann's. 22-tf City thla week on business. car line on.the way to P...-*. .. SocktrEJilofOn '
Grill, which i i. a htlllll'eaortbuilt
w' (tAr
W. ..pot......_. Go to J. M. Pat to gt'your jewelry Hon.. C. A. Canon made a buslneas out over the :water and much sought by -ecM is w tor wtII be ae.riaw4. P'-....U .. 7
watches and clocks repaired. 23-tf trig to Jacksonyill* this week : pleasureseekers.'Misses ..
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6 or 6 doses 668'' will cure any case I'rot'R. at Evens ha gone'toTampa Eloise Moon and Maude Tbomason. of the moat'enjoyable! of summer wiches! olives., marguerites and candy' -
of Chills and Fever, Price 26c., fi-omo -topend.a+ few weeks with his parents.Messrs. . representing the Senior Epworth ,
+ 'Weati er Reportarth ,: League and Mildred Winn and Mattie gayetiea was the Japanese party given were served on board. The party, 'w.. '. ;S
Prentla sells Kimball pianos and'or Fred Bass and W. A. Nelson Belle Hams, representing the Junior by Mrs.,N. C, Bryan last Friday evening cnateroned by Mr. and Mrs. Robert

.. ran*. See The_Horn Store;' took in the excursion to Jacksonville League, left for Tampa Tuesday after at her home in South Kissimmee. Paxton. Those,who>> went were: Mlas* ,
.. k'o lo1hll *,daily ternperatures Monday. fe noon to attend the annual conventionof She.waa assisted receiving her guests' J. Berta Bryan Kate O'Berry. Elba- .; .... t

and precipitation\ aa .. List your paop.rtywith R. D. Waring Mrs. "Ada :Jones and daughter.'Helen, holding the State its session Epworth in League that city which this Is by her daughter, Miss Jo Berta Bryan beth B. Carson, Mary Carson, Ruth

tc reported by the Government 6 Co. for quick sale at State! Bank\. returned from Coronada Beach Wednesday week.. A special ear ran through from All the wins. cam In Japanese Butler Collie Miller Elmer Smith, Ra. .

} station at KiMtam 'for He.. building.: 23tfDon't afternoon .Jacksonville; to Tampa was provided by ''costumes.. Miss Mary Louis Makln- chelLeake, Margtrl\ Belle Bearden.

7 week ending Juno 23, 110.! : fail to call at 'Wilder' .studio Hon. Joseph M. Lee returned home delegates the Coast Line to for tb. convention.We accommodation. aon'a wa voted the. most "Japanese I Annie! Bryan Carton; Messrs. Gue'I J"r w

MAX era and see his work and get price All Wednesday night: from a business tripto and Miss Talle,'. second The guests Smith, Charles Moon, Beauchamp St-f.

work .guaranteed.' 26-tf. Kansas City. "I have justgreeeived the 'new catalog were given little dolls' and 'crepe paper: fie, Albert- earden, Howard Kate. : .
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Friday & from the University of Florida at ,
Vi 'l and ribbon with which to dress them.. .
anted-Several men to. clear land. Mr. Aaluolm Wiring, of Lake .
Saturday , :- 96 69 Gainesville, and are glad to) note the
.. .J.; E. MATTOCK land's leading real estate men waa in Miss Kate O'Berry's was voted*'themoei .
Miss I
*7 72 progress that is being made. The ,attendance Ruby.Elll. returned to *.*
f Sunday. 26-3t at Kiss. Valley Land Co. the this week. inerr l lcourse
.. 94 79 1.81 ctty was materially) increased dui artistic. Much ent was vlll, Ga., Tuesday for the summer,

Monday. . . 96 70 .06 You wont know what a pretty baby .Mr. R. D. Gulce and family left last ing the past year, and ft la evident that occasioned over the eating w rice from In Brenaia Conservatory, Mis*\ .

Tuesday. 93 67 1.36 you have until you have its photo mad Friday to spend the summer, with relative our young men offered are waking there.: up We to note the'advantages bowls with, chop sticks. A number finished Ellis is very talented in music and her x.. t
at Wilder/s studio. 26-tf at Lovejoy. Ga. in the same time and cut for the
Thursday . 88 68 .10 that the University ha been reorganized friend will watch her course with Interest
Twenty new styles of Oxfords for Mr. C. W Griffin was among the excursionists Into distinct colleges, comprising prices. Miss Roberts and Mr. Gus though they will very much regre '
men\ and women just arrived at Marsh from) this city who visited those of arts and sciences: law agriculture Smith were the lucky ones. 'A delicious her absence from home all .
"" ---- and engineering. The
a: Wbldden .. 26-11 Jacksonville this week. facultyand supper ofrtwo courses was served-the ,
officers! number 46. Two new ri
;; town go on sal Saturday. the Gazette; went up to Jacksonville this year. This is our state institution and cracker*; the issmid of ice cream Mr. Eugene Bryan after: a three
[ LOCAL HELD 25tf City Fruit Store. : for a brief visit this week. I and we should be proud of It- and home made cake.. Miss Mary Louise weeks visit to his parents, returned

l ,. Use Plank Chill Tonic Guaran- Mr. W. B". Tally; the well known Mr. Stephen A. Coldren. of .the Col- Makinson presided at the punch bowL Sunday to take up his duties aa_ bookkeeper *

teed.. Price 25 cento. Sold by all Jacksonville architect, spent yesterday dren Land Co.. who purchased 100,000 Those present were Misses Joe BertaBryanrMaryLouise In the firm of Wilson Jb: Toorai- -, .'
daultlt .. ulH-8 business In. the of land_ months from ..
- ... NW.dr '" : transacting: city. acres some ago Naldnaon.--14ary at-J ack son vi lie: I ,: -
'w the Southern Colonization Co., arrivedin
Full line ladies' children's and men's and of Carson, Maye Roberta, Elizabeth B. -
I Mrs. W. J. Waring baby Klaalronaee a few days ago from his
the tuner. Orlando. bathing suits cape and slippers. Prices Lakeland, are the guests of hea parents home in Kansas City, to spend a short Canon Kate O'Berry, Ma Graves, Miss Elizabeth V. Carson left Thurs. '

Pictures; framed at the Home Store.. 60c suit up At Daim's. 22-tf Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Pfann.: time looking; after the interests of his Marie Huddleston. Vivian Lee. Elmer day for New York. She will be gone y

Have you heard about that candy in Mr. R. L. Roberts, who is tempora- company. The Coldren Land Co.'s hold Smith Eloise Moon, Gena Moon, Ruth about three month., visiting: at'Clifton ,

Dwellings for rent, apply to M. Tiller the new City Fruit Storol Try-it, 15cIb. rily located at Fort Mvers, spent a few ings Hunter lie just Land north Co. of the lands at of Whittier the i Thomas, Grace J E.: Talky Annie Bryan Springs New ,York Baltimore Cha-

a ? 2 for 25c. I was surprised 25-tf too. days here with his family this week. and extending. beginning south. With the- Carson;; Messrs. Eugene Carson, Woodfin tauqua, N. Y., Boston and New?York '

Fresh Salted Peanuts 20e a Ib. Ladies of the G. A. R. will hold their allied interests these three mammoth Carson.T. M. Carson, H. M. Kate, I City, returning in September to take

\ 26tf City Fruit Store Boys have you seen the new line of next meeting at the residence of Mrs. companies, working in harmony for the C. A. Carson, Jr., Edgae Katz Blennis up her teaching-at Columbia College, _
men's five and six dollar Wark June 29, at 2 m. 'separate projects, and unlimited capital Lee McLean Lake ..;
For fresh fish, phone the Rull Bans pants kind 'Dice down. At Darn's. i Wednesday, p. at their command, the lower section Gilbert, Luofer, Albert at City.

_Market. No. 189. 19-tf I way I Miss Ella May Gilbert has gone to of Osceola is bound to build up rapidly Parker. Gus Smith, Charles Moon. .

McCall's "patterns and publications at Umatllla Fla. where she will be the ** :, r'* irMr. James M. :'Carson was \\at hGme" ." ..r

A. S. Gilbert's. 26tf iI i Office fixtures, filing cabinets and guest of dies Margaret Giles for a few ResolutionsWe On Monday night a number of young for a Sew days,, returning to Jacksonville -
devices of all kinds. Yaw- weeks.
I labor saving people enjoyed a most delightful ride on II Sunday where be will take the ''
For dressed poultry, phone the Rail man -4 Erbe make. See Prentls at the I the members of the Home and 1 up
Bass Market fto. 189 19-tf! Home Store tf J. C. Wallace arrived in the city this the launch Linda. Lunch of sand' I practice of law with Mr. N. P. Bryan q
I Foreign Missionary of Kis
week from. Fernandina. where he has ; !
Agency of:the White Star Laundry Sewing Machines ency for :Singer: been engaged in the printing business simmee, realizing the great loss that

at the Home Stone Phone 154. machines. Cash or on easy payments for some time. we sustain in the removal from our "The Seminoles of florid*." resentatlves, supreme judge and even i

Auto Livfery, day or night Call S. I 21-tf tS.OO per month Machines The Home rented.Store., The Rev. David D. Kidd will hold midst of our dear sister and co-worker, the president himself to ..cure. .even i
W. Downing, phone 1'66. 17tf services in the Episcopal church on Mrs. :Lillie C. Gverstreet, we hereby Mrsj Minnie Moore-Willson has a new at this late day a suitable, proper and
Florida Schools for Florida Teachers. Sunday next. Morning prayer and sermon resolve and enlarged) edition of her -excellent'' sufficient reservation where they HIhave
Mutton, fresh fat and fine, at the Let me find you one for coming term. at 11 o'clock. let That we shall ever hold her book OB this subject, which is* well may
on their own ground: church .1
Rull Bass Market, phone 189. 19-tf HERBERT A. SPCIR, ;
attention of all who
worth the
26 t Sept 1 Marianna, Fla Mr. C. J. Billingsley. a prominent dear in our memories as a consistent persons and schools and homes and at least w
:Spend: your cash with us and get a contractor and builder of St. Cloud, is Christian, ever ready and willing to do are interested in the history, and : learn that there are even for the poor :

set of,dishes free A, S. Gilbert 26tf For Sale-One cylinder Caddilloc in the city today and made this offi e apleual'lt her duty in the great missionary work. present status of this remnant of arace Seminole. great blessing in store la .'
with cash! touring car with top curtains and lamps call.! 2nd. That feel thankful that her far' above the average, ,
Coupons given every purchase all complete for 9360)-a bargain.S. we a real true and exalted Christian (
redeemable in dishes at A. S. G. DOUVE.262t Hon. Arthur E. Donegan m is making membership remains with us for the physically, mentally and morally and civilization. 'I cordialy commend this '
Gilbert'*. 26tf for the opening of a new addition of far better treatment than .
Orlando Fla. plane will year, and Invoki'God'. richest blessings. deserving book to all Christian people.-Bishop ,,
which he
South Kisaimmee. puton
. Fresh bread every,day also fancy i the market in a short time. upon her in her new home. they have received at the hands of Wm. C. Gray.. ij
groceries, fruits and candies at Mrs. I Prettiest Corner and best location in Resolved further, that a copy of these our government, or even of individuals i ,
Regero's. 19-tf Khuimmee. 871150 feet. Half block The heavy wind fast Monday night resolutions be sent Sister Overstreetand generally. Readers of Mrs, Old papers can be bought at this office -
from Courthouse Square, 3 blocks from caused Mr. Van Duzor'a launch to drag: a copy be spread on our minutes. 'i :
Do&d Willson's book will surely be moved at 20 cents hundred. They are
New line Dorothy oxfords, just the Six per
business part .' received in our shoe department. AtC house beautiful magnolia, live oak and from shore, where ij finally sank Susan\ Bratton, to use all the influence they can pos thevery thing you need to put under
V* Dann' 22tfF Chinese umbrella shade trees. Lots of Lula Overstreet. sibly bring to'bear upon aena't.ora. rep- you matting. i
beautiful flowers and ornamental shrubbery Mr. W. S. Alyea went up to Jackson \
bargains m resident: property, in the yard Price! : 1HOO. ville this. week to meet two of his children I,)
. truck lands and orange groves call on 26tf NFLSON REALTY CO. who are coming from Atchison .
H M. Breaker. Kissimmee.. Fla. 4tfAfter Kansas, to spend a few weeks with him.
t Dr. J. C. Davis, licensed optician by .-
November 15th wood will be State Optical Board can be seen .at Mr. R. G. (Pat) Johnson spent Tuesday -
SI.25 a etran delivered., Park Hotel for Cl...... Headache of in Jacksonville attending the meeting !- .
Kissimmee Lumber Co. years standing relieved with glasses by of the State Democratic Executive
Dr. Davis. Eyes tefted free. Don t Committee, aa proxy for Hon. Arthur
j Per[ choice: 6-acre suburban home neglect your children's eyes. 14-tf E. Donegan, member from Osceola r
tracts dee Kissimmee Gardens. '
20-tf J. M. Wilson, Jr. Lake View Prcperty-90xl60) feet, county.
close in; good location fronting) the Mrs. Bunyan Stephens and baby re-
For Rent-Furnished, or unfurnished lake nice tre in the yard. One two turned to KiBsimmee on Tuesday from
house of 7 rooms, electric lighted story 9 room house, one 7 room house. a visit to lobs;, Stephen. parents in .KISSIMMFARr
throughout. Address P. O. Box M6. Would make good property for rooming Kentucky.! They were met In Jacksonville
16-tf. house purposes. Come and see this by Mr. Stephens.
': property; It Is a good( investment .
Big reductions Inal''Summer Mill 26tf NELSON REALTY CO. With one editor away and the other
;nery. Nothing to be carried over till one sick local news is somewhat scarce
next season. Come and get prices. Mr. Hamilton began last Saturday in the Gazette this week. The printers .
25-2t Miss Bandy. boring the 8-inch well for the waterworks have all been on deck however and the : La LaP

For Sale-Cow and calf. The reason system which he contracted with office shears have done valiant service. .- / >v'
for that have time to the city council for some week. ago.
selling is we no
below the Mr. Haleof the White Star Laundryat .
care for her. Cheap if sold at once The well is being sunk just
23-lt. Lone Star Ranch electric light plant, 'Where it is expected Tampa, spent yesterday in the city
a good flow will b* obtained. looking after business matters and call-
An intelligent person may earn $100 ed at this office. Mr. Hal la a genial, / A
monthly corresponding for newspapers.No Rev. Joe Sherouae has returned from pleasant 'and has a number Proposition
canvassing. Send for articulars. Kisaimmee,- where he went several l of warm Mends iT Kissimmee who are /

Press Syndicate:! B 2245, Lock port, N.Y. days ago to promote) the cause of the always glad to see him. I
Anti-Saloon League. preached two
We can sell your orange grove for a reasonable sermons ill that city on Sunday and is Mr. Martin Larsen who moved from
price on short notice. Lilt with very much pleased with the prospects Kissimme some years ago and now Wit Merit
us and allow us a chance to verify this of the league.-Tampa Tribune lives at Nampa Idaho, write the editor ,
, I statement 23-tf R. D'Waring4Co. of the. Gazette u follows: "Your '- I
W Mr. John Porch bas returned: to his paper Is making me homesick. We expect ,.
Anyone anywhere can start a mail home in Kentucky for the summer but to be back to the 'Land of Flower .
order business at home. No canvass expects to return early in the fall to *' next winter. You will rememberthat .
ing. Be your own boss. Send for free engage in trucking. .If* ha just boughta 1 homesteaded Cypress Island and -
booklet. Tells bow. Heacock. A 2144, ten-acre field on the Orlando road grew the first celery around Kissimmee. "
Lock.port'N. Y. beyond Capt. Breaker'a place which I am talking Florida to everybody, and .. '
i will be cleared for cultivation duringthe good many are interested, people with "
' ,. Nice Home i mil from court house summer.C. I money, too. Two and one-half acre home
;;;; maid of city limits 10 acres of good .--- m .u'
landi pretty grove of pin trees beauti M. Breaker, eon of Capt. II. 'M. ,--- ..- sites fronting the lake wlthfive jS

location. Five room house fine Breaker, went to Chattanooga: ;ast or ten acres adjoining for trucking - '
place for poultry farm with plenty room week and returned with a wife. Char- .
I for trucking and raising citrus fruits. was much pleased with the young ladies .... or citrus grove. '
26tt NELSON REALTY CO. of Kissimmee. but the lady he Moving Y
married Miss Leah Poteet, waa his y
Wanted-Ma i with small saw mill to first l love. She is aii excellent lado and \ ; k
;'. locate In good boundary of timber convenient la highly esteemed by the entire family. .'

". to for Kissimmee the right: man.Splendid, opportunity Mr. M. Katz is having his Iota front- Good. boating, fishing, hunting h

... J. E. MATTOCKS ing Maj. Murphy's residence, and on Pictures at your door. oj !'
A 2&$t at Kiss. Valley Land Co. office the same block with the Gazette" office, y
, I enclosed with a fence. This is one of ,
r Little Farm in the City-2 3-4 acres the most valuable ... .. ;
i understand .
.- close in; clean, nice land in high state ]I now in the city, and we it ., fr
of cultivation; excellent deep well of Is Mr. Katz's intention to build a hand every night '
'. : good pure ,water. Four room house, some residence there at some time in at the $ O.OO per acre on terms oi .
*" tool house -- '--.- ,
Go6d Price
", Terms if desired. location. 2000. .,, the future. r $20.00 cash and S1S.00 per :

26tf NELSON REALTY CO. Capt. Frederick Hunter, president of month. ;
I the Hunter Land Co., uric of this coun ELECTRIC -.t .
.,. For Sale-Arthur G. Dustin strain ty's leading development projects, t
:white Wyandotte cockerels, for breeding arrived in the city a few days ago, accompanied -
purposes, 42.00 each. Orders left by Mrs. Hunter, and is ': :: :
with.Waters & Carson Grocery Co. will making his headquarters at the Gray- THEATER -.k. '\
bejilled, or call at Pinedale Chicken atone. Capt Hunter here in consultation '
Farm and see them for yourself. : with Mr. M. Mulholland sales! ,
26-4 pd Seabery & Crawford. i i agent for the company. --- --- .
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Fine country home with city privileges, I Capt. R. Spaulding, "engineer in
23i charge of all government work east of PROGRAM (Tonight) .

Imm e., ; Apalachicola, and Capt J. P. Sharp, of Kissimmee Valley _ ;
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onto hard marl road. Can look right U. S. dredgeboat Florida how at workin FRIDAY JUNE 24th u -
down Main street from front' door. Six the Caloosahat hi* river, were distinguished ,
+ room house, needs some repair; ser visitor In the city Wednesday :!
- vants' house In rear. Good variety of having made the trip through 1. "THEODORA" Land .
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ornamental shrubbery in the yard. Good from Fort Myers to Kissimmee by 2. "BABY'S CHUM" Company .
, horse barn, cow stables, chick _, launch on an inspection tour. -
I;;, and yards. Deep well of good ater.
:' 17 Capt. Dill H. James one of our former 8."DESTINY" -
acres in ,
't cultivation pulled
-:1:: ;. stumps In .. it
who is now living .
remaining} acre., nearl) readyiTYco. b. his 4. THE PARIS FLOOD" ,
4 C., in renewing
for the .Washington,
plow. 240 treea.
some peaches.. and bearing other oran try 118t subscription to the Valley Gazette, J. E. MATTOCKS, Manager KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA ..' .
the place for a nice home p writes u follows: "I have a warm Performance begins at 8 o'clock. 5
be in heart for the 'little city by"Vie \ '
had spot my
Jo j: on one-half purchelr lak/and In her prosperity PRICES: 6 'AND 10 CENTS +
d. This is fine trucklr rejoice .01' .- ._ _
a money maker Price *40 ., f4&'romeb5 and am you up and" NIKILIS A: G NNESKIS .' .
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r' ..MCKI"e..her.",",t".n .b t tb. hUowlac doorlbed '"nd.. er no ranch thereof ..'.",11'be HELP YOURSELF. :
--7. ..I1a.. ehi amount d".for ta... berelo ..t oppodbe the .me, together" "'tt>col of Mysterious__ Habits 'Of the Fish That Learn to depend upon yourself. I Ideal .t".ntlmlL "III be ...leI.t puhhe auction 00 Mond. the 41b day of Jul .. _Pua:l4i the Nat ...n.t. FertilizersSIZE 1
'I".to front of UuOou' fetwe door &41tt.etmnee. 10 the Oou otr" obec.ols. and lI""te fit J'lorla., Do not J be looking 1 about you for
,,... Why tab black bass bites on one day
1" 1> and refuses help, but try (to help younelf. B*
'J I' P.5 every; bait the next; why '

D.flCa'PTI er La.en I e '.d. ......"... + F"Ii ; he takes belfframlteo-- and only hel- independent a* far has pouible epeciafly *-' '. AND QUALITY t tOur

,z 12 s.l. .." I gram I tea orr Monday grasshoppers onTuesday : to when undertaking ad.aicult ;

_-- --- ."_____f"- ._ __ ____ < a and frogs on Wednesday, task. The rule applies to citrus bDOkl..t'f entitled FERTILIZING/ FOR SIZE AND
N", 14 of.e 14 K 2\110\ :A4. 40 PubaIlS". W A 1 '10 wby he bites only on dark days for o all the of life QUALITY now ready for distribution The article
Nwll of aw r. attain citrus culture
114oo 40 Ia"olC W Ii I 1 fortnight and then shlfta I of
biting! is special interest
aw leaf ne of lie. 14 .a\Ja\ a.kt 10 Uavu I 0 D .4 at this season when size and quality can be
Nw ofuw 1..aodar ;e ofuwtksnAaw humor to days bright and breezy; why '90 easily influenced and when the grower so keenly realizes the t
r g of ...+1 ,>1." y 1.1 'bM &Ie 180 W II of im
4w Bw of ow .. '. l I" w you find blm today on Bandy bottom She Sought Facta. portance producing a fancy product.
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Nevago. W II .
wlof a'll' !. vc. 24 .cur: u1. Juhux. L Ii d I IIi 01orow and tomorrow on mud and the tiny "1 love you devotedly. Mlles! Cbam Following the article ill a full description of our IDEAL formulas ,
aw )4 of swl( I... a "rlp 70 ,..rdwi '.. after for summer application. '
on the rocks
baffling trnttsof ley. though my pecuniary affairs have
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25,1 (, 1'814 ol.4! 1:1 16: INN SOe .:tk(Ie.1I N R McClellaud.ex. IrA 1..11.W. H d n NI rott. tbe bass tbat relate merely to his prevented my making a declaration! Ideal Fruit and I me Mainnc, a

' '(. Beg oe of cor 449 01 yde.e (, 0 of loll nwl ydx(,.a Mine 4'0 yde a 185w !6 :Ne 43. 1.7 Arnold W T 2 let porting relations with the ungl; ,'r until now. But I have put enough I I /7r' ..f- T's Special fruit arid Vine Manure'lennan
4 Ne'!, o.i! 'l7 &r ateU ; But there are other mysteries Hint
ii t 8)ofe5OS.wS! ( 1 lea b.q.w sot. rune Thom. J N 8 :h puzzle the naturallat and bear on th* way now to feel Justified In asking I P'rtnt and l/'ine Manure
allO yde,. C.I Iltt'. a 146 ,da.lIiU: ydh 24 .r2 Uibeen Pelll to become wife .al Mr. I II |
you my
- .Lou a. and 36 of henry Addl.ou'. IIlIb' 202 organic llfarof tbe flsb ; 11" t r..siJn. Grade Friul and Vine
P, :Ball Dlvinouofnwlof.woor of ueof .OW..,1j},.. MIDI e 137 .\J :t18. 81e 21, OIIIeeple. Victory 1. Up in Maine are two bass rlrers not Sampson passionate3" Booklet-IDEAL RESULTS FROM IDEAL FERTILIZERS-

'. d... leey40f.! ..lJ7T< ., a 4e0 yde 11II :30 a 3.\4 II P.rk.r. Jack far apart In one the fish run often "I confess said Miss Cbumley hesitatingly (gives pictorial proof of the merit of above brandn. GET
\ lie of .... 2\1.1 I ITl!
d? tiw of adj D";. .. 3 'l6. ::1Oe o' .111.0 W It. Jr .1 o.1 to four even to five, pounds; In theother but sweetly "that 1 do not Call on our local agent

Let .. ... .... 10 1 Z:2s.\. ago 80e 40 fill ull1""n.Patrick I W J H.. J.. I PO rarely above a pound and a half feel wholly Indifferent, bat..but"- | I WATERS & ARSON XHIOCERY CO.
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)Nyof f,!( re ..}Of", I... .taatewaed pf. A I .(2 2&0 :iOe W Parker, J"CI .1':14 10.1 In one of the largest lakes of New : "But what, dear?" I : or address ,

t7tMr;Jr. Hampshire the writers score for a "Would you mind Just telling !me exactly
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II 'Lie whole how-tnuch have put a".71"' Wilson & Jacksonville
: SOS you Toomer
W jot awyj 01 t irk! .ac1 w of wIS ofi. vie 11111 II hike. Loonsrd. ill(). season once ran up to flab Fertilizer Co. .
wig ....... .... .. It 26e 3110 PO '9t1.. $!'ood was evidently'-AfeundaBt- ;, for the -New JTorfc Journal. I .
k of .... Henry :1! :I.
:eeJ4: 1ft 300Ie 40 tepeetur. ( iiof '! 01 bass were "chunk/" and the vlscareathick
va VIDe' lo w oat sod
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and ae'' of 24 I .e 2\le ZIIOool>oro with fatty tissue*. Tet.tbe poet. Kindness to Teacher. I,
]fwl, : lot nidlr tI31I > s Aor /
Hof f f "lid at 4 mortem ahowed In the stomach only "
"e oorel lot' rune .6" "Jimmy, said the fond mother to r-
' to w 172 ft.el4 n,. tf It to b..Ir 18 :/.-.. lJIoo I-i I Iver.on Alfred glutinous unre/ognl/able white mat. j her smart nine-year-old, "what b'!camni I
h ofl" (. l'J.I'1"o: .1 21 tell, and the I /gent bails of the whole
J 10L "I .., Morr.n',8ub- P.lm..IIF. I ltil.1i' i of that fruit cake 1 msde for you as. a
, d1Y1l1toa of lln. .(of 0"'" of 10' I. season drew me scales at but a pound treat yesterday? Did you eat It?" I 2M.FE3.A.SS

LoU-o".p..11, blOck el Cft"Ruonym.d.... I .l/iot .11I8 2 ".'''..."rtb. 0 W 1 01" and threrg4 lrtera What did those "No, mamma;;* answered Jimmy t ,
I r > 1)IoMou. 1t. I'.et . bass live on./and didn't
01 I why they grow
El.dmme.Ulty with a grin; "I 1 grave It to the teacher
'Loa T tad. B'benoa'bllt 0 .It 1dltloo II P''If Thomw. Writer. . 8 ::14 bigger? Again, In tbe upland Con Instead.. .

1.0'11"0011 II .. .,. . Wlllla.... Ltac1 t nectlcut tv* two large lakes nome eight( That was very nice and generous, I CONTRACTOR and BUILDER |
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t blook'le 1 miles apart
Lola, block UutlI''' Mrs Lrdla I 'II'' ( In the one bass are often of you Jimmy complimented liltt
IJaolden. Hour, 7 70 caught t: In winter Ice fishing; In
betl9ftsof aW' oorof) lot ;& runl.m" mother "And did your teaober eat
fl.a 1011 ft, W 1:11'fl.' U' 10.\ ft, I the otber' ate almost never In winter Itf Does Qeneral Contracting
Building: and Furnishes Estimates -
if .ad 1 Co' Addltloo
Robert .... Addilloo 1Iftod1""I, w L 1 oa I though ft) Its ope" *, summer waters "Yea.; I think BO," answered Jimmy on Structures of an size or Dimensions, whether
'J4 1o9 1a bnemaker'e.ab-dl. of bloekeI I bass fishing Is the better. Remember. I
7.-. . ... i "She*.waan't at school today It be a Two-Room Cottage or a Tourist Hotel.
Moan.1IL Ul1IIDowa.. log that the bass are supposed to hi-
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hotalU .nd 7 8b..........,... ...IHlIT of Tbomp. 8 f t bernat and In fairly deep waters i j( Makes
block If I,. ... .. . lokDOWD. . wouJd'not' that fact to the late { Right. a Specialty of boring ARTESIAN WELLS
Lot k od nK lot 4. 8hoem&ker' ..ubdtrof 244 I ; argue "Now then, cblldreu," aald the in. which he has met with the
season darker outward hoes ... greatest
block and ileep aucqess
LbIOCIr Riven Jull ... ... Y 20 I teacher, "what in it we want moat la
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1.9 and A, 21 Mll.a. 1Asia I 17 74 |I er brj6nrf? Yet the head of a large any man in Florida_
lP' 8' block E, Oobom & O'N..I'. Ad .In.Down thus world to make ua iierfectly; hap-
log .. 1 II.I bass hatchery has observed a liverychange
Bee.1I cor I. beak O. ru. n n ft w ,
LotIf ft, a 7a f0 e97 n Uauhewn:: Ad . Peter., Zilla ., r 4M of the bees at the approach atwlnfer pyrTb Give him your work .
block 1,PaOrlek'a Addittnn ; < things we ain't got! shouted
41 W.beon. J N' done.Kissimmee
I t$ wben bill habit and liabttat will be well and I'lai
UDplatkod Laad. quickly .
I I the bright only In the bark sent, ,
Boo 140 rd. D 01 aw corner 01 ...'4 1'1'' would Imply the exact reverse. Bach r
+ awyof awl(. rune 0 6/1''. ydx,. e 89it ,
Ydx.694 rd<..M',T'u/ 'h 211to 1 Unknown i 1 are a few of the anatomical enlgmaa
Ney( 01.w4 16 LM. 9e 40 'lraham. JeeA l 28 14 of tbe black: bass! that make him anilhi Infatuatod .
01 owt'! .tII :/..... bOe: 10 Lathrop 0 II "Like( to hear himself talk doean't
Uetaoorof.4 of.wt4 eau..6t6 r. :t! :it paradoxes an Interesting study for

w uon..13O f t. a 424 J 1' .A 15. Zee d Ifurt W If. tr..tootcl ; 2n I that open minded angler who blend her ++1 II I't ++++++++++++++++++++44 ++++++'\1..t.+++++++++++++
r"O.. L RANDY the naturalist with the sportsman Doen he? Say If V. talked In bb
Tar Col U.r.oI. I "ty'ornC&QF i sleep beM all .
i no lJl\ler'\ Weekly. stay awake night to _
t JUDGE IU.8snum.G. .
1 Elihu YaU's OravKllbn .. ,

F.. KFRIBE3SATTORNEYATLAW i HENRY T. BAS! In New Haven Tale, from took Its whom name the, alerpn college In -"t am going./niV to visit all I.the jail. There i 'First Door North of Postoffice !

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a man want to see there"
j the graveyard at Wrexham church, .
fnetttm In Clraatt court Land TIUa ....... I It DEALER IN near Chester The "[a one all? I know about forty +
land DMde.A..nte. Kto. drawn. I i following whom I should like to see there."-Indianapolis There you will find SHOES, HATS
... some ,
A Acknolwadm.nta taken._ Inscription (restored years ago
Staple and Fa News
I /Icy Groce e,1! by the council of Yale) Is to be found DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS
011 of
lib| est
W. S. HARWELL i i on one side of his tombstone: i.i
I Each one need what he1 carries In his
I AND COUNTRY; I Born In America, 'in Europe bred In Af quality and lowest
REAL ESTATENotary FHODUCK | Mca traveled In Asia wed heart.-Qoethe. pry'Call
I Where Ions he lived and thrived : 'In Len

Public at Large I', KISSIMMEE FLORIDA| Much wood rssome III. ha ale. ... hops aleeven s .' Old papers- can be bought at this office I Before Buying.lsew

OfDoe. over 'iloberaoo'a Pharmacy at 20 cents per hundred. Just what you rem.l:

,f' KISSIo MEE. FLA. j jA I 1 1It' I 1 ;And loaf his aoul throuth mertrs. ron e need to put under your carpets mat- ++++ '
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, deepp the Kidneys "Weld Farmers should: eat I SPEED OF NO, RETURN.VeleeJtyta A PAIR OF GLOVES. PYTD' N'BJS''n.8'\ .' ;
e' FIERCE ESKIMO Kiasimmee' meet ,' ,
more oatmeal.AlihovBh ., DOGS Temple. No. 21, \I Iexc.p& .

!' Kedy Must Have t. Lave The Imawdsftt, BUre People. Wul4nt' very Thursday afternoon'>at 8 o'clock,
Earth and Never, Cems Back. Take Them Back. 'tII. fourth "Thursday, at which "r'' e..t
.Health f. Worth SsrvtMg and Some the farmer ol today! !is able I'' r
Klaa({_Mc People Know How to 4 to buy almost anything ha wants t* _'Thej Retai "tThelr ;Wild Nature There are a great many odd terms' Lu Mrs.' .PlBkefton first question was time iqeeting will be held at 7:30. I iPearlle L .
wear or to eat he {fret paring enough science aone of which has title 10 boot the gloves E., Bryan M..E. C, ti .' :

Save It. ,J'Y attention to food valors' whenb| comes, 'l j Despite :Long Training. weird as the speed") '00 return. This '"Did you exchange tnemp see asked: Mabel R., Oven tree&, M. of R. A C. ,' (' :

Many< Kissimtnee people take their to his own table. 'i 'I l means the velocity .e. ,, 1I d7' must hair "''No.Jd Pinkerton "I did o'L" OSCEOLA CAMP NO. 79.W, O. W. '
lives In their hands by neglecting the II he has been watching iftaj .xianive .1 la leaving' the earth .In order (or It There." she complained, "I might Meeting nights second and fourth '' ?" f' '
( researches and experinxata: 'on AS SAVAGE AS THE WOLVES. ever to come Lack.,, It has been accO! have known yon would forget It. flowcarele ,.' (, w'
kidneys-when they know these organie Tuesday at 7.80 ., : ,
the questions ol the best bmotanfood worked out and is found tot be p. m. .'
I sI!. I told you the very last thing
:> | help. Sick kidneys are're.pon.l- (for muscle and brain he will heed the1 about seven' miles a second Now' be H. T. Stanford C, ,C.' . >"
.. before yon left tbe.bouse to sure to t:
hie.for a vast amount .of suffering and advice from Oatl"!: all sides' to. .... more And Lib Their FerscUus C.i i....,.. though this speed has never been obtained -. attend to It. Really, I don't see bowmen W.;B. Johnson. Clerk, \, '"
111 health but there la no need to suffer Quaker : ''-.J. They Always! ; Hunt Id Paoke-I-- by artificial& means on the .eartbr can be so thoughtless." .*. r-r 4 x .. : r y ;

nor to remain in 'danger when all di- Quaker Oats 'to mentioned because Where They till It Is Interesting to tbe theory j' \'
eianees In Labrador oats "I didn't forget. said Plnkerton.I : '
' vases and aches and pains due to weak It Europe Is recognized as the,this of all country oatmeals.and. Have. Oeveured Human Being; .. as regards the further actions of the tried to 'cuaufet: them but theywouldn't Goi. 0.,0. Howard. Post' G. A. ' .. \.

kidnsy can be quickly and permanent Feeding farm hands on Quaker Oats body. It. ,would !continue outward In '. take the things back." Meets the first and third Wednesday, 'I. i'1 .
Y.e1la'ed of Doan's : affinity be-
} by"'the use Kidney There nndo'ubtedJy la an line
work of them curved until It was controlled by "Wouldn't-taks-them-backr ensaid. \
Pills. Here is a .KUiumme citizen' means !getting more out In each month 'at 2 p. m. .:
if them anything' tween the wolf and the Eskimo dog. balancing forces mainly tbe: earth, .
recommendation\ : thaq, you Iced on ;Why not? r. Fraternity UalL Via lUng ComradMcordially
'else. For generations the- dog has been noon and sun, In such a way'as to said they were soiled." ..
Mrs. A. !I. Story; Klssimmee. Fla.,. \ theWOmeDr Invited. '
trained1 by the BaklnkosVielileDy )ty
says' : "I had severe painS in loins H to packed In .-. '' pack make\: It have an orbit of it. own. 80 "Boiled Well.x>f all things It they \ .
I sledg Inwinter. :, TARBOX
nd a .
and a'dull, languid feeling.! My kidneys ages aDd 1 .itermetk:Wjsee.led tins Uugbt-to byoi lit 4rxnid! go on revolving forever juntas are they got soiled In their own store.I '. "
for hot climates. a/ TE t-0udsoq! Bray copipany'aagents soy other planet.Although Adjutant.Commander.. ;
.Were weak and the secretions from didn't soil then. I nave never bad ', ,
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coast Of ;; I
sod tb. settlers 011 jthe \ i.
obese organ. caused me much annoy I thl..peed bas never teen them on my hands. I couldn't get '
, 'ance. Since' taking Doan's Kidney Labrador vie with each other In get- obtained by artificial means It Is them on. They were half a Brae too Prtadiini at SL Cloud ... '

r'' j5, which 1 recently obtained from tint together .splendid teams. One found In nature on tbe .earth and its gab. _the ,;'' 'r 4i
' mall.) They!: me. wrong number. .:.r *"fc,' .
school at 8.30
H Sunday every Sunday
Kissimme* Drug Co., the pains In S. t BULLOCK would* naturally suppose that dogs f f application! has a greet deal to do with Why didn't you tell them soT ; ,
bacft have ceased and kidneys associated Preaching lint and third Sundays '
my this kind I ., so long trained and animal life on our'planet. -As Is well .t.dlll:' a. m. ,
,i ve been restored) to their normal con- with mea; would become more or : at 10:80 a.m.and 6.45p. m.. Second, -... v-
known, Is I of the scientists "
tlon. I have, alto regained my lost .... Jt a pet theory "Whom did you tell} "
strength and energy and am feeling leas domesticated! and lose their original I Let the earth losing Its' atmosphere "The clerk and the floorwalker and .and fourth Sundays at 8 p. m. .tf. .

better every way. I have no hesitation REAL ESTATE savage character It Is, however.' juntas. the UKKJU bus already everybody who would I listen to me.And ." .. 1
in saying Out Doan'a. Kidney. Pills are 4Qlte] otherwise. lostbenoil account of tbe wouderfulTlbratloiial what did they say'" Large desk' blotters 'l(o at thin office !

an effective kidney remedy. INSURAN"C"E The Eskimo dog of today Ia still a "I|>e d of the molecules! of a Tbey laughed." tf _

For sale by all dealers. Price 60 eta. .R pore unmitigated .....e. Like his gas. Hydrogen gas is known to have a "Tbe Impudent creatures! I'll never S S 0S '. ,
Foster-Milburn Co. Buffalo N. Y. sol tbe "olt.'be always hunts In t4
congener molecular' velocity of over tile necessary buy a cent's worth In tbat store again,

agents Remember for the the United name State.-Doan's: -f and Examination of Titles a his packs.wife Quite and child"recently, was an' making Eskimo a, jour-with I; proof of amount the theory and that It Is no a free startling hydra you"That's see if just I -do.what" I old" Pinkerton. W.: C; BASS.:7.: 4

take no other. _. _ ---.---- jbeywltablsteaui to' a nearby settle- .,_U _fouud !In our atmosphere.. Tile .putln."I_ said you never would" :. ," .
= = -'== 0l'i -::: .--=-- Specialty. saent. ODbl. way tlle drlT<< r becaoie- Is l that this, -- -- .
theory gas on being set "And whet did they say to thafr i .
Wholesale and Retail ,
Ill and weak. aDd unable to control I.I I.
.. t m"l'I' II I I I'. Ml ++++++ I quite .free rises on account of Its lightness "They laughed again.

;1 Correspondence Solicited. I his team. Tbe dogs turned OD.f and when It gets to the outside edge! "Well that settles ItI never will i Dealer ir, .

Tat ; them and devoured tbe whole family. tot I IAn our ocean of air Is left behind ,ou bay anything there now. Where are ..

CRAVSTONEM. old resident at Labrador told me of Its jumps, tie earth going forward - '
one the, glovesIn ?
I that one winter's evening"he wassitting I! at a great rate Itself, something / my pocket. Fresh .Beef, Porkand w

FLORIDA RLAL. ESTATE[ FOR SALIC [ reading when he beard a furious I like eight miles a second. "Let me have them, please. Soiled ,

-' -.-III I-TM TEA* I barking among bli dogs outside. As the earth gradually lost Us ..atmospher Indeed! I'll see If they are." '

3.0 .Fighting among the pack was so common ? it would become colder and Mrs. Plnkertoo nnwrspped the pack Mutton ,.
2.60 t. day. winter !
; per : Beautiful home sites aituated that he took no notice of tbe dis i
colder on account of Its Inability to age. AS she took out the gloves she
Special liy week or month. in the Lake Region o; Florida. turbance. Nest: morning tbe cause of r .
hold the Lisa received from the sun blushed slightly."Well. .
: ; L .. n.I.... rm,. L L mm" lip..e Trucking and Farming Lands in large the row was co.el'etI. A poor Eskimo I and all animal! aud vegetable life ." she said. PHONE-4A. .. '

*+<"M'M M I I ''H-+++.4-++++++1't or small tracts. woman was coming to tbe house. I would cease. This bas already happened "Welir echoed Pin II ertoD. "What's ...; r
for medicine for her sick cblld. She
CITY PROPERTY A SPECIALTYList I to tbe -moon. Its temperaturenever wrong?" e J
Stumbled over the heap of snow near I "rUlng above rero though the -N-nothlng much" she said, "only

.. ...............***J your property with 'me for quick' the door. The pack sprang on her, and I sun blues on It for two. weeks. at a this is aa old pair of gloves. I cleaned C. Gr1ff-Tr
and bones discovered next i
sales. some rags
I Ifat. Uuie. them last week'with gasoline. I made
ATLANTA morning told the Tale of her tragic '
It Is needlesH to that even If tbls
r I Ny a mistake and sent them back Insteadof
speed 41 by a 'cannon the pair I bought y..t.rda1.-N.w

'TAMPA TRIBUNE : Box: 176" KIBSiJTMEE FLA. The houie Newfoundland these Eskimo nHbrruieu. dogs "tit'n-1 from I ball or other comparatively small body\ York Herald. FA-M.LV F Groceries t
bring I the friction with tbe air on Ita way 'A
i -- Labrador. They Invariably turn out would Immediately burn It up Ju.t aa Hard t. I"I.a...

SATURDAY EVENING POST sheep killers and the crossbred ones I the shooting Blurs we see are burnedup Did Bllgglns enjoy himself at U. .
+--A"o.FRE'SH -
VALLEY GAZETTE t Osceola County have all tbe same savage Instinct. before reaching the earth. 80 II ,banquet' S 0,

They bare! been known to kill a score the visiting of tbe moon ever take "I'm afraid not. He was scared all MEATS

OthersComJnft. Papers Delivered t or more sheep In one night all being I place It will hove Ip be accomplished evening at th. possibility of feelagcalled .

I SUBSCRIPTIONS TAKEN : Abstract Company found with their throats' torn but not In a carriage wltb very thick side I on for a speech and when It I ;
one eaten. It I. simply the savage lust I and wilde of a material whose melting was 'ovsr resented tbe fact that Jae

f for blood. Tbe early settlers In New. 1 point la very blgb.-:,-New York Tribune.A : was .er\Oke4.-W..blllctoD\ ) Star.GCNCIMLJIREaORY. :

I i GtyfruitStore fouudland found tbe great timber I --- --- Delivery Every Day at Any Hour . ",
wolves a terrible pest. They
O. P. OARRETT. Manager. aDd cattle and sometimes' POLISH WEDDING.Fun Patronage Solicited .
{I .liMik4tM.....*...*..*.*.*..... their .beep !
attacked and children. They
women North Kissimmee Phone Ne S
and Profit, Mingled In .
killed Strangely: .
chased and ,
were continually the Festivities.A pi'the Churches and Fraternal Sod- .
Real estateTitle. but still they Increased. A handsome p
FH. JENKINS examined and reported on bounty on wolfskins however, even wedding UUIUUK, tile Polea may certainly sties .f Kissimmee.
Taxes paid for uon-reiildrnts brought extirpation.Animals be I said tx bold its own among
tually about tbelr : ''I :
Instruments relating to real estate the more t'otertaJIlIIACwarm.e customs. '
that bunt or move together CHURCHES.
carefully drawoCorrespondence' In packs always retain this character There fun and profit are strangely Artesian Wells --

and So.lIcltcd.Bargains i i I' mingled Iu the marriage fesUvltiee .
urveying istic. Tbe reindeer" In I.aplaDd havebeen ,
lie bride tbe wedding
for depends
I upon
domesticated by man
trained ami DRILLED ANY DEPTH j;
fentlvsl for her and rarely Stephens, pastor.
but they still dowry ; '
for countless generations 4f......_
Drafting to enable ber to School..46 m. N.C. ..
retain tbis< Instinct of the pack. As falls to get enough Sunday a. Bryan,

soon aa tbe team moves alt the reindeer begin housekeeping wltb comfort. superintendent. Let Me Figure Witb You ; ,

<< start off; nothing cau stop them. After the wedding feast a dance, iiIn Preaching 11 a. m. and 7.45 p. m.
(, "lItinecbar- order and at that/ dance every mat 7.45 I GuaranteeSatlsfacttoii .
OFFICE IN F'aATEkNITY.HALLKISSIMMEE. While the savage pack Prayer meeting Thursday evening.
acter of tbe Eskimo dg remains so .who would distinguish himself must B. Y. B. U. 7.45 Friday evening. *

FJAI In all kinds' of Real' Estate. long unchanged, we have, on"the other ' cuvb In the evening at least claim. the' Visitors always welcome. /-
bride for partner.Tbe- honor Ct)i iidanclng H. N BRATTON
Fire and Life insurance and band iu setter and retriever dogs a ,- .
with ber, however. Is not to s 4
Armour's. Fer lIzera. Renting a very striking Illustration of bow an PRESBYTERIAN. { rr
be obtained lightly., The aspirant oust
WISh to tell, those that are and Collecting Rents a artificial.character can be given to tbe win the privilege aDd pay for It. S. S. Snyder, pastor. .
contemplating building that I Specialty. "T ,xe paid for dog. and a In special a-breed characteristic and..retainedforceuturle In one corner' of the room tbe mother Sunday School 9.45 a. m.-Ceo. F. .
have found and pterured the-best Non-residentsA Implanted ber Parker superintendent.Christian ***.**********/**.****.*.
.and in the U. S. for making *. It is. however, purely artf- of the bride Las taken up position ; { t
block. Call and see the sand and ficial and is t'8llylolit. for luntance. wllh a |plate In her lap. Tbe wise Endeavor 6,30 p. m. I LONE STAR |

the manufactured product. R. O. MEEKKissimmee. Setters and pointers kept by ladles us woman bus, chosen that plate carefully. Preaching :every: second and fourth !

Never think of building a nice pets and uot trained lose the instinct It Is made after tbe plan uf an Sunday at 11) a. m. and 7:30 p. m. CHICKENRANCH i '

house of wood when stone house to |H>lut. Tbe uutraiued! breed withina eating house coffee cup and could notjustly Prayer meeting and choir practice .'

costs only 10 to 20) per cent more Fla. generation lose It altogether. Every I !I I be described as frail. Thursdays betore the second and fourth
and !: .. '
and is fire-proof, waterproor knows that the ouerare The gallant wbo wishes to dance j -r= ;
y vermin-proof and a house for a sportsman young Sundays at 7:00 p. m. .
very easily tralued and polut nat wltb the bride-aud. as bas been said, JACK JOHNSON"' Pre rlter J. '.
life tine. Visitors most cordially invited to '
urallyI have seen setter. pups only; all are In honor bound to do so-must t, ... 11-: a
frttOasi .
All airy ax HitrrUl Cuvuittsl ri: i -;; six weeks old setting at flies. pull out a piece of silver and throw: it Cervices. ; : '- -YF

Granitoid Works The Instinct for retrieving Is perpetuated Into the plate. Not until be bas succeeded CHRISTIAN.A. Two miles north of Kiasimmee \t\: :

Kissimmee -In no breed so strongly as the In breaking or chipping that i on ToddPlace..

Real Estate Agency.NNNNNN.NNNN real Newfoundland dog the fisher almost invincible piece of crockeryhas M. Chiaholrn pastor. . \
man's friend and constant companion he won tile honor he seeks. Few Preaching first, second and third Sundays BRED' a

1 And the most splendid of all retrievers.A succeed Iu making an Impression upon of each month'at 11 a. in. and 7.45 PuR *'

i and sold. remarkable Instance of his gifts and the plate for less than a sum. equal to p. m. .
Realty bought
: Houses ted. courage Is the story of a Newfoundland CO cents of our money. Bible School 9.46 W. Winn i R. I. Reds and '. '

.tJ W. :?.-'c77-2:1.' : TT re and Titles w settler, George Harvey/ how with The money. thus accumulated goes to superintendent; A. L. Davidson. asalstant .. ,
Taxes paid ver-
J the aid of his dog and two children be the bride and not 'unusually amounts .superintendent.. Brown Leghorns i [ \ '
j ified for residents. .
.ivu eoRUtoN.a non- saved 163 \lives la 1832. In tbe autumn to ....Dty.II.. or ne"hundred) dollats, Christian Endeavor every Sunday ;
PHV81CL4NW. Fire Life and Accident In- \ .' ,.
__ gi.nrrarives L* of that year the brig Dispatch, on her even where the crowd is apparentlyas evening- 6.80 p. m. I ... ....
.. .......,. FIX>UDA. surance. way to Quebec with emigrants, In a poor as It can well be. This sum in Prayer meeting and choir practice every Inspection; by the"Public Invit.d.trio44vaiZ2ttMVV111FOi .. \ ------f-: ",
',_ - -.--- ,- 4 Indemnity Bonds. tremendous gale of wind struck a rock a rural I district of Poland I. enough to Thursday at 7.45 p. m, 1i J .. .. :' ;'TJe ,
.' ;;
In house
An.'IF.. _"fF4..'1F'OF'P about three miles from Harvey's residence start tbe young couple fairly -
W. CARSON, D. D. S. Press. --- '
W. aUlsIe aux Moris. Harvey beard'the keeping.-Detroit free .

....TAL PARLORS signals\ of distress and immediately' METHODIST. ; I"e
1 launched his boat His only help wasa An Unsafe Bird.. Jaa. T. Mitchell pastor. JR., ,

OVER..RlvEetr OSCKOLA BUILDINQ PHARMACY boy of twelve, his girl, sixteen years "How did the nw parrot turn out!" Preaching every Sunday morning' and .'

W. L. m. DDZOB old. and his dog. To get close to the "Ob. he's a .fine talkers but I'm awfully evening. : NOTARY PUBLIC.: .. l i

:.Frlc HOURS 1 T g e? ::. doom tlQII.ship In Harvey's such) a sea dog was understood to court "Why afraid not?I"can't keep him." superintendent Sunday School !*,,45- a. m.-J. M. Lee. -I? STATE AT .L.AHOK. ." p

1 / what 'was required of him. He swam "He used to live In a medical college Prayer meeting every Thursday. Real Estate Agent .- h.KISSIMMEE .
I toward the ship. The seas overwhelm and tbe }students taught him a /
""" }) D night .
; Te //d. RIVERS, fi. eel him and drove him hack but finally wbole lot of professional terms. I was Choir practice every Saturday night. FLORIDA .' ,
mortified the other That
be came near enough. Tb. sailors so
YSIGIAN AND"SURqEON" \ Real Estatei threwjhlm a rope -which be caught I rich'\ Miss Morris was calling on, us ,'. ,
Office over Osceola Pharmacy i with his teetb. At last be got back to I and somebody asked her to' .I1IC. Ton EPISCOPAL, GAME V 'W'- n--: =: '

C' t He.ldedce, 63 Harvey's boat almost dead from exhaustion I know what, a voice she bas! Well D. Kidd / \ .
.PBONJS'! French ballad for us Rev David ; rector. HMT* (. fee ..n.! I IftMS .,
she a long
Mla 1.8 but wltb the'rope's end sang
r Services every. second and fourth Sunday sy w
\ ly clinched In bIB teeth. Grm-I and .the Instant she finished the last ...
verse tbat dreadful bird screeched I at I 11 :(10 a. m. rtAMirs amt TOM l c
KISSIMMEE FLORIDAJ tion between the boat and tbe
( ,
)t lli, F.: G.: Thomason was 'then established,, Cud wltb care Chloroform berCle.elalld! Plain Communion 2nd Sunday at morning I It'iarl..C'iI.fusnr.dI..e"and K.ev.-m,.r :*JS&c. .- ,

and tbe most laborious efforts every Dealer. lervices. beetle 1Mir.l...

J 'PHYSICIAN and i SURGEON / soul was saved.-Judge Prowse In''I Lack of Originality.Says Guild meeting every:first Tuesday. i s--uelOeo. MIl I.erns I 4,

W. THOMPSONFUNERAL Loudon Standard. l
l 1tice Phone 64 Residencel! 1 126 a Philadelphia physician: "The FRATERNAL SOCIETIES. .1.1I
"I"" .
I utter luck of originality in the human I
The "Gold Snake. ,
mind vexes: me. Even tbe Insane are
Sprigg Fleming
A Mexican superstition, very common I
: tt. VANS AONEW, not original In their delusion and taw MASONIC. --- .
among miners In tbat country, relates ,
P.: .. to tbe "gold snake." This sped1ee I alas, but they can be divided Into Orange Blossom Lodge, No. 80, F. &

DIRECTOR classes, and each class has Its one lit A. M. meets first and- third CLEANING
Is harmless Monday ..; .
of perfectly
r _:l/Jjri'onifmy AT LAW....:... serpent tle uniform and unvarying set of aberrations. ,
in each month at 7.30 o'clock in
andLICENSED and handsome being green In lights PRESSING ,
A-ND NOTARY PUBLIC: i 7 very Tbe insane cannot be other -
It- EMBALM color and with a golden Iridescence In than Imitative and commonplace." Fraternity HaL DYEING .eel
\I KISS1tyhILrLP'L Its scales.' Faith Is entertained that J. M. Hansel) W. II. r <

:" wherever gold snake makes Its nest W. M, Carson secretary. REPAIRING .

: W. SIMPSON there Is- leOfte containing the precious Diplemscy. .:.--
R. J. "I can't get along with that cook. (
r metal and there are many miners who "& Uave you tried diplomacy, my KNIGHTS OP I'YTBIA8.- 4

DENTIST. will locate a claim at one If they find dear?'' Friendship Lodge, No. 10, meets every Le.. word M my house and cloOxi l 1 twill
OppoaiteCuurtbouae a gold .D'ke. "I ,have. Today 1 Laded the minx be called tor and returned, .
itaurs io Cats Bulldl R. Wednesday night at 7.00 o'clock in Fraternity
' 19 .. m. 12m.f .1 her passportsWasbingtou Herald. Hall. I
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I I ROADWAYS OF LEAVES.I Notice .In hereby then that J L O\'erstreet.

II | It Reacted en the Ptaysrs th. Captain' ., Chairs on In i D. You Take Enough t. Keep Your Tax AueMor (or OnccoU" County Florida will

Wa. Training. j Collog.s. Urged by an Exp.rt. I I On. the Impr.sslen .f Carpet, a. Artarla. In Condition? I meet with the Ilo ni ol County .-ommU lon... .t
: .... Negro Sentenced to be Hung Overpowers rnonjuly lh. A D l 1910. lor
"fN Ida Th.y Ar. N. .. **. w"oodl mr.oine.afJr
ID an article on baseball training. Samuel III11. a .0n-In-law of James Dr. Hutctilnson. in criticising J ; th. i
of nvtewina and equalmnr u -
I J. ( tbe I Leaves without a doubt would be. the different reds of exercise Out- .the purpose "
Mill northwest
Deputy camps Hugh 8. Fullerton( In the railway magnate ........nt for the year 1910 and will continue In ,:
I American Magazine, recountn the tot and the president of the American considered by many a very poor ma- lag, lays: _Ion for that purpose from day today until the ,

The following will be of interest to Road Builders' association takes t! tenet for making roadways In most ''The worst error of exercise, the 'equeIt..tionMcomplete, *\\to to h* r eomnl..... ,
e I lowing joke played on "Cap" 4.0IlOn.
our citizens for the reason( that the m an a practical view of the roadmaklog | parts of the world but In certain din most dangerous fad of physical culture from the owner or anent of any real state of per-
r tbe leader of the famous old White
... murdered By Oeo. Fields was a brotherof art He asserts It needs trained men I la ,bot to take enough 'of It and ohal proi> Tty, the value of whtrh hall have bean

our fellow townsman, Mr. R. B. Stockings, during a 'training season and advocates the establishment of to sneer at every form of it tbat does died, or rhao,,"" br the ami..iiiorWilnemi -

) some years ago: road building chairs In all tbe Important not bear the dollar mark. By one of my hand and the Ural I of the CirrnitCourt I

Savage: "AnsKto "'alone of the most tireless I colleges of the United States those cynical' poetic Justices of nature thin l I''h' dar of June A. D 1910.>
Jerk toO
runners In the world and training and especially at West Point r r the very mell'wbo denounce all physical :..

George( Fields, the negro under death under blm was a nightmare to bis He has succeeded In Impressing this 4t culture and recreation as fads are Notice to Creditors !

sentence, with warrant for his execution '' view of the Institutions of those who the
r a players. ADSW would drive his men' upon some pay heaviest personal ,,'
'r at West Palm Beach tomorrow, for three b um In practice, then lend I' learning of the state of Washington xi penalty for thin delusion. Tbey use the N"ilir li. tirrl, >> given ii> 'rt1iU>ri, hrand, I '
It'.t.lhllt.' nl ..tbe'ate' ' >f Temple, AI.n" .
escaped from the St. Lucie county jail I then In long runs..placing himself at of which he Is a resident and 200 rigor they bare gained la early youthIn dnrcnicd, Hot. I hvwbw' 'n kpplnt d almlntntmUirol .

Thursday morning; at !M40 o'clock. i. the beAd of the pl'O<'_Ion and setting young men In that state are studying nature's open air achool to chain tho .1>i>v>. nemwl! .itmt>- sod 'hat..''

:/- For .more than an hour'before his escape -' a steady, jogging pace." If be felt well the rOAd building course this year. themselves to the desk to bury themselves 'Pr..o- g',t he palate must ;

two( colored preachers and the the morning training was a Marathon Mr. Hill declares that In. five years in dungeoo-llk offices or airless I pr..aclit!. th m'h 'iy with' -dr'..."! 'or .M't...n'rnt

!' route. I hare' seen players' resort to In consequence of the Interest taken workroom. twelve or fourteen houra a within the time proM.rilwi l hr law i

wi.'e of one of them had been holding a all kinds of tricks to arolSf those killing by the local colleges In this matter and day. They 'feel One' and are sure tbey I Kl.almnie<-. Kla I.ARkKCK MI'XApril '.

1 religious! service in the jail, and Deputy runs. the progressive attitude of the legislature i are going to live to be a hundred butone '!i, 1910 Alminetremroltaut' Ritat '

Sheriff Murray Pierce had locked the which devotes one-third of tbe .
day, to their astonUhment. a little
"One afternoon In New Orleans {
murderer In the steel corridor, and escorted years ago Anson ordered ten 'laps!! revenues of the state to 'road building artery whoa coat hat been hardened Notice of Intentionio Apply to the ...

:I' the visitors to the outside. Fields around the field after' practice, whichon Washington will have tbe best system for twenty years unnoticed becomes Honorable Minor S: hrfe .V .

then called to the Deputy, asking that the old grounds was nearly ten of roads In the United States. I J BO brittle that It snaps suddenly and Judge of the Circuit Cour

a bucket be brought to him, and as mile The Hfterncxio, woe hat one Whether Washington one of the down tbey go with a stroke of paralyals -

J Pierce entered the corridor, he was I'I'of those, wilting southern spring days youngest states of the Union will be I like a winged. duck. It Is never J OsceoiaCounty, Flor-
able In that time to outstrip all her sate to-jeer at the gods whether the I ida. for a Charter
seized and thrown the floor, the i that sap tbe life out of men freith. from
4_ I j the rigors of northern sister states In providing a modernhighway Imaginary ones of Olympus or the real : Notice hi-rcby that. t'e 1
f prisoner stepping outside and locking a winter. The : t. given system'may be to

open question ones of modern science. tend to .apply to the Honorable Minor 8. Jones vt
fell Into
players line, grumbling and
+ the door. Then going to the main door, I' but there Is sound sense In the r
The men'who loudest
j scowling. Back of left Held high I I'a Jeer at pbya I the Circuit Court: of OiceoU Count Florida, onbxwlt 'I
be found the big key in the locks He recommendation that a system of education .
I board fence separated tha ball grounds I teal culture and who sarcastically advise : the 11th day of July, Ml", for a charterfar fI
closed the door and locked'lt and put from In practical road building shall i college and high school students, I a corporation to be knowiv aa the rant Presbyterian .
one the old cemeteries and
''t"--- ,-v-y-: 7:"ting the key in .his pocket crossed the near the foul line board off the be established as a prerequisite to the J ambitious for gymnasia or athletic Church oStouit:. | V." the character.
I + construction a general system of LEAP BHOHWiT. .. and object of aid corporation 16 be formed being
.. ;," r street.- fields, to 'go! and git a bucksaw and a
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I 'I The flrsttime the athletes -
panting fully act forth In the application and .
"r "' ' permanent highways In the United I trlcts !In tile United States especiapyFlorld'a cord of wood' or a hoe and a potato propoaed
ii.' A ,Ji'' HI'- suspicious( actions in crossing the passed the hole In the fence States.' cha'rter now on (ale. In the office of the Clerk of the
: and In some stations of 'Eu patch and dnelop'belr .muscles. Mike I
1 3.treet. the attention of E. J. Dahlen gave a quick: glance to, see ..IfAnson Circuit Court of- Osoeolar.County.. Florida, and
attracted I
I to M I itch .of tbs money heretofore derot-> ''
.' .. ._" : rope such a material Is used with did when I was a boy; arethe'veryones briefly fotlowa:
was. looking and dived bead '
who sitting on the :upper I ed to the construction of roadways.
great soccera. ID these sections are who die suddenly when they 1U d..rI..1! atof raliirloua.a clety.. andIta
veranda of the Tribune building, and Ant through tba, gap into the cemetery. that are lanes In dry 'weather and a I miles and miles of road that would be should be In their prime. foe lack of member* with 'the preach. ,.

1 he immediately called to the courthouse The others continued on around succession of jungmlres. In wet" hag .almost impassable by reason of the exercise and open air recreation.( It In Inn of the Gdelel! the administration of the 8aeramrnt. .

') janitor; the clerk and his deputies 'I the lot, but on the second round Lange previously; bf>e. wasted, partly through I deep sand were It not for I leaves. really an axlonUliInx tiling how many and to help in the extending. of Chriat'a '

tt notified and an examination : Ryan KIttrldgre and Decker dived after I, the Ignornnc-e of the roadmnkers as to Serviceable for this. purpose are theleaven giants of Industry and transportation. KinjfH"m. throughout the world'
were Dahlen and Joined him In the II | I This the ''
16th of
qetue- what' constituted a good road. day June. 191(1
t of the 1 leaf These
long ( pine particularly, executive railroad men
J I: of the jail found Deputy Pierce secure- tery. The third trip saw the line dwlu WM I. IIARTLKTT "
| i idie'to Tbe first step toward putting an end '
leaves, which much like straw In Riders.
above. are die or suddenly go to pieces between 1-U H. R McENDREE. et al I ,
locked in the corridor as stated four followers with Anion still to tills waste and entering upoo. ....1-
appearance should tie raked< over the fifty and sixty years of ace. It la a - 'f
Duplicate keys were' found ansi< he was leading. The fourth( found oqfy Anson entiflc methods will be the trainingof
I sandy roadbed once a year, say about common saying la railroad circles thata Notice
j'.4' released. and poor Bill Scbrlver, wbo !bad the a lot of students In tbe art of makIng Octol r. department
big general superintendent or
IUnartnont the'lnlnlnr. .
'' bad luck to be directly behind his Land
Thirty minutes later Sheriff Carlton' captain The result la a highway that gives chief will seldom live beyond Office" at-Oamtavlltp., Fla ,
, ,l arrived on the train from Jensen, bringing plodding on. sad on the next: trip one the Impression of a carpet, as neither forty-eight( to fifty-five yeara of age. 're, :1.t, 191(1.( 5Notlre

a prisoner, and Sheriff Geo. B. Ba. Scbrlver made tbe leap for Ufa. Chamois the horses'( feet nor the wheels (of Many break: down. before( that. I In hereby. wlven'the t Lewis L. Fartic. of "
"Majestically alone, Anson tolled on, "Cham lR toboggan dnwn the steep the vehicles make any anise. I Whittler. I"I" rlda. who. on April 8th. 1904 in.dHomesleed {

ker, of Palm Beach county, arrived tot while the onlookers writhed with de- white" sides of the Alps with .the skill Entry No. KKJ (Serial No- 01199)) for t

take the murderer to West Palm Beach, light. Perhaps their behavior aroused million JAPANESE STREETS.They w'aofaw't. iwcSH, and e1'a of ae '.. see 25. town
I .. of Norwegian skecrs, said a Good Hl hwsys Aid! Education.
,': had been erected for his hit :"t< south range I 11 I east Tallahaaa meridian.tiae .
fjl. ., suspicion or tbe absence of following "
aire. 1 know;; be went"on., "for I Good roads aid education( and the

2 execution tomorrow. -.arge mounted footsteps attracted "Cap's1 attention. hare seen them do It. I spent a winter I' diffusion of knowledge Is followed( (( by Swarm With ftid.ah.wa and Proof Hind, eatabllah notice of Intention elnlm to to the make land Final above Five Year dee-

; posses were at once formed and are now He stopped, looked 'at the vacant field; at St. Morin and on many a akee- Increased demand for Improved high Playing Childr.n. crlbod. before the Clerk of the Circuit Court, atKbuimmee.
f' ,4 the woods for the murderer. a grim grin overspread his red face, I chamois lie his A Japanese street Is a delightful .
scouring .Ing trip. saw a on ways.; Good roads and good schoolsgo Florida on th",Ath day of July. 1010. ;
'i .r and tt. resumed tbe jogging. Straight Ilk the wind place to play" In, for grownup people "Claimant
-, Fields with two accomplices back sod go skimming handIn hand. names aa wltnmim J. B. Tnmblln.
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, j George to that fence be and In Japan do not seem to mind 'It" the (;.
plodded, stickinghis' down a white precipice-a pretty sight. e W. McTLIland. R E.; WIIHa. J. D. Smith, all.f .
i .. murdered A. L. Savage -at Lark ins head through the hole, .he beheld .creature's paWs would be folded tall of a kite fiaperfght Into their Whittler Florida. '
about five years'ago.. Fields escaped A.Qo.d Roads May.m.nt. HEVRV8.! CHUBB.: ,
his team leaning against the aboveground 00 Ills breast.. Ills head uplifted and W.'". had a food read movement down smiling faces and only laugh when ..

a and was not captured for two years, tombs, smoking and laughing. | frowning, would keep watch. Thus I I to Pohlck on the crick. ,-., they are turned out o.f their way by aegisbr..

& being found )last year at Hastings. He Just for that ba marshaled them Into he'd!) skim dorm a bait mile slope We rained some ready cash. fur what wecouldn't some huge pcgtop!>> wblcb bums like Estate of C. H. Fountain, DeO'd-'

e,,, was convicted at Miami at the spring line -again aDd sitting In the stand, growing smaller and smaller and final set on tick. an angry bee around their feet t
An, beln a partlo'lar Job w. thoruiht It N tlre U horehy thai
liven th.
'rt term of circuit court, 1909. When watched them grimly until every man ly disappearing. In a whirl of snow.-" would be wine Wee dark eyed maidens In butterfly of the estate f O undenilgnedwtmadetf.tor ,

t Dado county .....dlvided he became one had completed ten rounds." Philadelphia Bulletin. Te get some 'm.n of probity> to com. an' kimonos of brilliant coloring turn tbelr daseae.Iwill noMoudsythelnhdevofSep." H Fountain;;j ;.

of the new county, and< "of the asset Alt' as a further guarantee ..Inst chaacee aetti.ment ol his ad- ?
4 was transferred to the St. Lucia county A Skylark For the Shelley Class.I I A Real Disappointment. of neglectW. I beads of"toe babies they carry strapped I mlnl.lretlol1 or said petale and apply Ice hia i I'
f' have beard of professor of to their backt bobbing and down' dlseharae a. e0rh.dmlettrator., ,
Bng. "Tea. air, Uncle Eben said to his took another set of man an' told .m up
p. .- 'Jail. His daath-.warrant was.finally issued / Usb fn ona of our universities who evidently nephew, "there are all kinds of disappointments to Inspect. like small round balls. Their brothers '. M.rohath.' I I'iI I., NC ;
"his execution .' llbmoiIn I
and o,3
An thai. ira.ncaaients didn't seem Je
r 1 last I "
. : .. felt that his department was In this world Charley, anti what they ought to be pjay at "nAgs. which Is a favorite -
; was expected'to take place to laboring under disadvantages Find are7 game of theirs. They divide them n
some of "eno worsa'n others. But Till w.'d secured some talent competent the Circuit Court. Seventj
morrow. Hi. two accomplices were ing tbat his scientific .colleagues were they're all Jest way of feelln' bad for to over.... selves' Into two pnrtles. one carrying Judicial Court
convicted, and are now serving life getting: appropriations: .of astonishing a minute I guess 'Bout tbe dlsappolntlnglst There....... mliundentandfn' omolunietita white Hags and the other red ones. Ata Osoeola

4- .. __ sentences in the convict camps. liberality for Illustrative apparatus, ha disappointment I ever bar and rank. given signal the "reds" attack the ty. Florida In Chancery

h;;; Up to the hour of going to press no put In his annual report a request, for 1 Is when r feel and feel Uk_ sneesln' But tb. payroll cheeks kep' comln very "whites." striving, to wrest away tbelr. RA mood V. Lanier I ,

news had been hard from the posseexcept ,! $5,000 for an ayary. Wben the president and it won't sneeMl That kinder glros) Somehow regular the to highways the bank.didn't seem to flagi. and the aide which carries off Camphell Krot r. ,.a corpora-

.. that the murderer had been' asked him to explain ba said* you a notion of how all disappointments lose their ruts an' lump. most of these la proclaimed victor. tloo doing himlnm in ChattanonRa -

i that It was Impossible for him to feel till yon get"o"er them.Youth's ."- A..' .v.ry time w. went to town. ..... has Wonderful conjurers are to be'found Telin.,. 'Augiut Bill w rmo ,
traced to a point about a mile I Wrl hC of Lynchburn, Va. Cloud from ID
l' louth-I teach poetry properly unless ba bad Companion. to bump the bumps.W. at tbe street corners. They make and Jacob Bpatetn. trading
Cif Wn.-St. Lucie Tribune I found It hard to comprohend what' _
west of an aviary connected with bis Class such delay could mean warms of birds fly from crystal bowls an dnlni llaltlmore biikinetn Bargain Noose J'

." " room. "Then" he said, "when the At It Again.. la work so well Inspected, supervised m.overs t. and flowers spring as If by mafrlc from Md. In Haitimorn. -

j The Pioneer Plumbing Shop .class 1s reading Shelley's 'Skylark' .1 Oro wells-This meat U scorched n. slender sterna of bamboo. I ItappvafinK br afll I.react long. banded net Into the ,Th.'only manual labor .on this lob. the Clod In the < ampb ll
my again. It'e" pity you can't get a meal) seemed slow. Others show marvelous beetles bar above staid came that 1lirrs.
moved into its new quarters catch lark and bold It to so I Wright and Jacob V *>.
v Having cage a up without burning something 1 Mrs. Was don. with great reluctance by n nested" with wax to paper carts or August Kpateln. "

; rt. on Orlando avenue, next to. Wilder' them. And when we are studying. Qrowells-It's a pity you .can't sit small boy with a, llco.II command the sunken that accompanythem I toga Uimore HarKaln Home thadefenoa11 tb.t;

the above concern The Rime of tile Ancient Mariner' my down to the table without everywhere to therein named, are non residents of [
photograph gallery roasting perfortn
eitraordlnary : Ten
Th. situation naturally shocked our dviprtd. I pod Florida and rt ident of chattaaooua
t for business. Any business assistant trill be stationed ln the gallery somebody I Chicago News. .. tricks. .
is now opened ,| Lynchburg Va. and Baltimore, )(4n4
r with a crossbow to afoot; a real, I W. called some meetln'a, an' ,the .. >'" little O t
pr r A farther
in the plumbing line is solicited. II on you( will find an over the agent twanty-ona yeara; it f
'; live albatross on- the platform thusgiving people teetlfled. I
all arid goods. What WhatBothers, Him. old woman who la making a curious fore ordered that Bald Den-roaldsnt def'
our .
,e : inspect the students opportunities forobsecration I W. cot the to tail "a tly who' :
"There's twp things about this blam they knew sweetmeat of beans called "tortu" band are hereby required to CPseu
we,do not carry in stock( we are ,willing that doubtless Coleridge ) I
ed grapefruit That I can't understand" i An' heard from the Inspector an" the mipervlior. over an oval brazier and you can buy Bill of Complaint Sled In said cause 00
e to procure at short notice.( himself never bad." Independent. too. lord thatch : said Uncle Jerry Peebles. "One Is that a big slab of this I
Ir wrapped hi
Live and let live. I I :Th.n ... drew up r.solutlon..n' dells up a the allef atlom of said bill will bo talUo as
Watch us with Kissimmee.. It'. .called 'grape' fruit and the other I' .red an address cool leaf for a very smell sum or If feaaed by aid defendaata. /

grow U that It's called grape 'fruit. "-Chicago To vindicate our torts( to uplift an' toprosrross. I. ,7ou prefer It, a piping hot grlddlecak. It la further ordered that this order be
d P. O. Box eSS. 26-2t Elusive toonomy. .
Trlbunt costing no more. Acrobats too, areas halted once a reek for UTeooo ecotlT.week|
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common as conjurers the Valley Qaaette, a naXapapar pobl
hearts are full of joy and surely
begin at borne tn fact Dom7doean't
Out or Debt.-
r;;r Keep Manner WMe detlned by Sylaay At s eln' discipline maintained.. Wa flrrrt I In no( other land than thin quaint llttla I said CouQtjsmd Bta e
i f4'; Debt is like soy other trap-easy begin anyghere-al' often .. It Smith as the shadow of Y1rt1M. I tbat ho 'count boy. Japan do they fir 1st themselves Into I This JUne let. 191
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