The Kissimmee Valley gazette

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The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Kissimmee Valley gazette
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United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
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Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-

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OUR COMMISSIONERS1Buildcd [ I I! w Unitt-1 ere circulated weekly throughout the we, having to inform the people, speak I r
States kissimmefe will have
free," therefore let us uphold ettr county'papers KISSIHHEE j
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year 1912.. arid that Osceola county'will : they advance the good
Than Knew \ of bur state at large_and!] home -tfbunty,
Bfef r They When
'I I prosper proportion. The Time for Action Has .
They (Generously 'Gradated But read Mr.: Rosengarn's l letter, and Arrived. When position.WI criticise' If there Jet us b.jure"more of ourown ;Vanishes;tte'Best Range for Cattle 1 ..

youwill see' what':sending<< the Valley were personal to Be Found
the Valley Gazette. 1 I Gazette to : )dea. expressed through the medium Anywhere in" ,
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our county paper SUtes. : '
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I J.un..22d, 1910. '
E Editor There'is scarcely a man in Kissimmee but who them would?be less criticism of ,
.It is somewhat of'an old story to our Valley Gazette p -
I 1 ... at some time and to some each : editors, who ure in nowise.more immaculate ,r
readers but it is good enough stand Dear Sir Have been receiving; and person day remarks The Kissimmee Valley has always i
t J than, private Indivld 'l8.i '
repeating at least once a month-that reading your valuable paper for sometime that we. should begin now to. make preparations for I i been known as the best atock raising ;
Very truly
of the immense benefit Kissimmee and i and am getting more anxious and 'Co"modatlon; .ectiQ..of. Florida. "*Prior to a yRair ago .' '

Ef E Asceola county are* reaping through the | eager to read sack) succeeding nuaVBer the a of the )large number of strangerswho June .910.IMMENSE K.. EOMOND SWABEY. w}eQ.people began to see the. wonderful '

f action of our Board County Commis-1 I to learn of the many new things! that will be in our town the coming winter.'* And almost .27th.- ,(,. - .- l possibilities! of tie"soft l for agricultural '

E sinners in liberally subscribing for and ',. are taking place in and. around your;:; every man has a different idea as to the best .. CORN YIELD 1 I purposes, and especially for truck; : ai
Circulating the Valley Gazette through-i I wonderful city, farming{ ( and commenced: ) to purchase >i
oihsthe North'and We t. I i' .I have become deeply interested in I manner of i'oinaabout the making of those orepara-!: land and put It in cultivation this was

I A newspaper is looked upon as a Kissimmee since I first began reading !I tions. but everyone admits that the one thing necessary On the farm of.Hon. ,0. S. Acree essentially a cattle country. In fact

pretty true index to the character and the Gazette, and it now has me charm-i I Kissfmmee{ was mainly started by being
to be done is to provide ample Nine Miles From, Kissimmee.
2 general mak up of the community in i i ed to such an extent that nothing will |I. sleeping quarters. i shipping point for cattle: which were "

which it is published, and a prospective satisfy me until I have paid you a visit I Now no man is going to travel any great distanceif There are some wljp think this section sent up here by boats from th* big pastures

ti homeseeker will place more credence In and see things with my own eyes whichJhopetOLjlaLJ he merely jumps up and down in the same place, is. 'adar fed only foThe cultivation; ,.pt below. And although the lower s1 ? a

the articles,it cop tains han he. -will in a-. ome ..lime..neiU _month_ I fruits {.srid vj/fftUiKdj: ,, ;,utif t.eywould: part of this county is being rapidly
thousand pamphlets issued bi' land companies with a view to locating, if found .satis t andimless'our! citizens get together, and that, ;too; ) visit the farm o* Nor G Sr A<>ree,. located taken up by land, compariie.,--wh are '

? railroads, boards of trade or any factory. and f bees there are several i wit.hout.the least delay, the tourist season. will be upon joti-the west ahore of Lake Toho- dividing it into' tracts suitable for farming -
other association or corporation, because other parties. to locate down I pelraliga' nine miles from Kissimmee purposes and seUing them to ae :;

= t it details both the good and bad' happenings there if all is o. k. us before anything has been done along the building .idea would soon be dispelled, for tiers, plenty of range country still re.

= in the town and surrounding I began getting literature and statistics line in the shape of rooming! houses or hotels. he has as fine a field of corn as can be mains as is attested 'to by the vast

country and the homeseeker knows ex-1 j about Florida 'way long early last Some few found In,Florida.MI' quantity of stock seen along the river
shortsighted that
people because
_ artly what to expect when he goes fall from various parts, but. not until_ I I. argue Acme brought a stalk with the and adjacent territory. Of course these '

there; whereas th8.8p..cially'pr'parecl" commenced reading tr
. pamphlet! t.lIonlyof! the vantages and every wpk did I jjet so interested a* at have been built here during the past twelve montns that outclasses anything in the corn s with the big ranches: of the West,

',t opportunities to be found in that locali-- prenent. line we ever saw. From where the ear yet a similar number of acres in this ,

.t ity, studiously avoiding to say anything Hope to bp in vour city and vimitythe that the emergency has been met. but a greater mis- (or ears, for there are four) leave the section is capable of supporting.-much'

<>r about the inconveniences and fail forepart of' July, and will call on take never, made, for everyone of these houses is Stalk to the tip is thirty-ifour inches larger number of cattle than any ranch

.. ures. Therefore we say that the local you during my .ntay-4n! Kmsimmee. over all, the largest single air beingten which the West contains. This is due
occupied and our house renters not
can the
:: newspaper i is by all.odds the (cheapest; With beat' wishes, l f'beg' to remain, supply inches long and as large around ass to the quality and abundance of the I

.i. the surest and the best means to use bra Yours, eta} I demands made upon them. man's arm, the peculiar thing about the grass, which is Infinitely superior-and

r. induce homeseekers to locate and capitalists G. W. RoSKNGARN.; It is said that tharv'five stalk being that four ears are growing more nourishing than any which the dry
t, _. . -_ .-. - I more hundred people left -
'n to invent their money in your where only one is usually found. West can produce.In <
town or "mInty.t t EX-PREST. ROOSEVELT Kissimmee hast winter because they could not find I Mr. Acree states that his yield will be the West it requires as much. fifteen

i, The Commissioners of thin. county ;| sleeping accommodations,-and the most pessimistic fully forty bushels to the acre, which is acres provide sufficient range _.

ever mindful of the county's welfare .... one-fourth larger than what is credit. for each head of stock, whereas in the .
Thanks Postmaster Vans Agnew for individual among us will admit that there will be
?' and ever ready to lend their full sup ed to Iowa, the greatest com producingstate Kissimmee Valley eight acres are am'Y

port to any measure that would advanceits the Gift of a Pair of Stirrups. the number here'the coming winter as there v.-erelast. in the Union. And field crops are pie and in many instances five acres

,4' interests more than a year ago subscribed I'oatmaater Frank Vans Agnew has If that proves to be the case and we all know that it not the only things our lawmaker produces are all that are necessary to keep a cow
., for two hundred copies. of the returned from New York where he for he presented this office withas in splendid condition through,th*winter

; + Valley Gazette, the same to be mailed went 'some days ago to join with hisformer will. then why is it our business men are not getting' luscious'a watermelon as has passed months the reason being as stated >

.t I weekly" to parties in the North and I regiment the Rough Riders ini busy in the manner of making provision for their care? our palate for many a year. If Mr. above that there is double the am Hint,

I I West who desired information concern j I extending a rousing welcome home to I Acree.proves as good a legislator as his e of nutrition in obi range '--. '

ing this state as they contemplated 'ex-President Roosevelt on his retu Does. it require a mathematical expert to figure the a farmer, there'll be a hot-time i in Hon. E. L. Lesley, who probably owns .

'. settling somewhere in the "Land of from Afri-=a. rni I loss to our town if one thousand people spend tile May. more'cattle than any other on. man in

Flowers. Such ftllults'followed iwith'hIm- Florida and who is
good Mr. Vans Agnew < a i winter months in other Florida towns who would come - - --- thoroughly compeltent
e this act that later the Commissionersincreased pair of Kirghese stirrups inlaid with I SUMMER IN KISSIMMEE to express an opinion onthe..subject -
, the number to four hundred silver, which were made by the> Russians here if we had places for them to sleep? We" think is just back from a two weeks'

then to eijrhChundred.. and at present in Siberia and which he broughtI i I not, but: we do think it and say it with all our force.I' stay on the range" in the southern partof
there are one thousand copies being home with him on his return from that A Man Who Has Traveled Much Says this county, where he had been
mailed weekly from this office the that this neglect on the part of our citizens will be the
on looking after his annual
country two years ago. These were Here is the Best Uimate on Earth spring roundup -
order of the Commissioners, but still presented to Col.\ Roosevelt and the 1. cause of staying Kissimmee's progress. toa ;rnuchgreater \ and say that his cattle are in better -
the' demand l for the panes in. not half letter Kissimmee Valley Gazette.
n. ; following of acknowledgment hast shape now than they were at any
extent than the
.f satisfied for the day does not pass t been received signed by the ex-Presi-. average man any idea of. Dear Sir-It la now approaching the time during last year, and that while

<>ft + without several requests being received! I dent himself: I I If we want our town to grow if we want it to. season when our Northern friends are he will mark and brand only about fifteen ,

or for a copy the writer invariably saying I New York June 25th. 1910. take first place among Florida's inland cities due for their annual cases of heat prostration hundred calves this season a* w

: . he had been shown Die paper by a']' My Dear Comrade: we must mad doge, sweltering daya and against eighteen hundred last year and

r frfend and desired to-Jinow J more about 1 will accept those stirrups with1 great : work unitedly and with the same object: in view. We sleepless nights. Turn to the advertising twenty-two hundred the year before he" ,._ ,

,ocI this and Bounty In'the I pleasure. It was very good of you to ,I '. must get together and solve this. problem. ,.The only} pages of almost any magazine! and I will net as much money. he did the

h 1 ; Kissimmee valley.! 'v:-. send them. What a fine meeting wedid you'will And. alluring. descriptiona of previous rears for long experience has .
to do a thing is to do It-not talk
,'. . There, are untold thousa'ndsvMn have.. Faithfully yours,.' . way' about'it.. I. cool mountains and .summer resorts so taught him that the cattle '

4 *\ "S'.'c Norfh'erti and Western .states hoar 1. . ,-... . Theodore;.. Roosevelt.4 j I 'The Board of Trade i is the,,proper body to handle ,, numerous that it f'I .hard to make a selection I any agricultural pursuit is governed by '

a -casting about for a place il. Florida toJ --t--- this matter. and we' hope Its members will': exert.their .. from.them. thesame '1n iti '.- locate, an. the\ are convinced that not A P Oivii5ING lift : 1 In Kiusinoraee[ w> do not realise: #r. supply the greater the puce,. '

': only ran they earn more of this worui'a I I...... best, efforts to that end at Its next meeting. I give the matter o? climate a thought....' I now bringing a good ng- -

\1"-; goods here with a great deal less out Was I the intolerable heat and discomfort are ore, am! !If wa try not burdened; with
Jtd.ed When Earl Patterson
1'1; lay of both money and exertion, but t unknown and prostrations unheard ot.f another cold Unfits* and dry spring
will not be forced to contend with Yet to many Florida is ;
- they Passed.Into Eternity. f only a wintering next year's cop of calves! will b* enormous
intense cold in the.winter and insulter.I j \( spot and there are few
It matters. not,. who it may be, nor strangers who when the hearts of our stockmen
able host, in the summer; and we say when nor where.death.brings a sadness NEEDS will need, as has' been advocated by | do not believe it is hotter in summer 'will overflow with gratitude-land: their
again:: that it ill to the local newspaper I,to the entire community but when a KISSIMMJTS, people of advanced Ideas brick paved than the bad man's future abiding plac e. pockets with money. '.
they will look for a truthful description The tourist comes In winter leaves in i '
streets. '
young man just entering the... prime of Farming fruit .
.r ... Sensible, growing or truck gardening ,
of town Suggestions Offered early spring, and I Is often
a or county. who by a We disappointed
I. one was a general'4voriteand need every house and vacant are all extremely profitable\ Industries ->.
,r When our Commissioners! began send I who had a most promising future-, I building lot in file comes at the moat unpropitious season to In
,. Sensible Man. our city .to benumbered' _engage here,but none of ; =
ing the Valley Gazet e broadcast over ,, is cut down with but slight warningvj, I at once. I expeclingflowen: everywhere and them are more certain to yield a handsome '
"; this country Kmsimmee could .well t bp :: a deep and lasting sorrow is spread Editor K9simmee| Valley (}azette. We should .you suggest staying till after -venue on the invested
I need money ,,,
,. termed "Sleepy Hollow, but within :! over us all. 1 Dear Sir;-Somo four years ago as a to cause to a be directory and the city i| spring when nature is at'her than ii @sttleraiairrglor the market is

.1 three months after the first installment, i j Such wax the> case) when Earl Patterson stranger within your'gates I had occasion of the city.printed some. cheap-blueprints are regarded with a condescending imile seldom overstocked and when it Is the ,. i
n. r was mailed out ft most derided change to communicate the and probably the assertive "I'
'. died at Sc. Cloud on Saturday night to public throughthe remark range on our prairies In ,the lower Dart
ii,. was noticeable. More people began I'I last of brain fever after a sickness of columns of your paper. My'writ- We need a sanitary plumper and sidewalk couHn't:! stand the heat; it's alright\ of our county will cafe for thousands

getting off the train here, our hotels' only a few days. ings seem to have been well received inspector at once before there is for you natives head until the price .

. began filling up, Perty began changing I I Deceased came to Florida last July on account, most likely that they were a possibility of unsanitary plumbing: b,,- The writer has been a native, by preference Yes c. tte! raising goes is a business ?'

_ hands, new nuHcfing wore begun, I for his health having nad three attacks more"lIuggelltive than argumentative... ing affixed to any new or old buildings.or for the past eight years and tof_ ollowjnjhe.! KissimineeVall. '
';r and our merchant began hiring addi-I j of pneumonia during the past few years, I advocated a board of trade which is unsi htly or useless sidewalks are hopes Jto continue for the remainder of ;,

J tional clerks and banking more rponPV.d and up to the time of his fatal illness now an accomplished fact; helped advance laid. If these last two matters are not his time; has traveled extensively i in G. A..
,{ Those changed conditions for the better had been much improved. Deceased the ideas of the V. I. S.; suggested .1 J* attended to they are bound to bring Europe, Canada and the two Americas, POST" ,

::; continued to go on until today our people was 2ri; years ot age and was senior a clean town v.-ithout cows; a public' trouble and expense to many of our: with ample opportun Ity and time to note

L. 1; can point to more than one hundred warden of the newly organized Masonic library; a public park ; rigid sanitary inspection citizens. Set rules -in these /nattersshould different conditions staying, sometimes; ,' Organized at Taft by Department

'.t and forty new dwelling houses and lodge at St. Cloud which order buries ; water works, and a thorough be ISIS'down by our City Council for a year In a locality. / Commander' ,

\ twelve handsome brick or concrete bus- his remains in the cemetery of that.ity system of sewerage etc.: and adhered to. .' The summer heat of the) North-is, ij j Thompson..

.j mess houses erected within. the past on Sunday a delegation from Orange I i Some.of these things are accomplish We need an electric light service all found excrutiating, due (ojjnoisture I in On Tuesday last Rev; :J. O.Thompson ,e

i twelve months, also to the establnhiii( Blossom l.sige. t.. & A. M., of this city 'ed facts; others are in obeisance. night and all day. The tim has arrived I, .the humidity it is called. of St. Petersburg;commander of the Department

of six manufacturing, attending Ha leaves a inol.i ,f, lauierHIV I Oh how matters have changed herein when it is a necessity, for often business i- This moisture in-lajkwighere.. The air of Florida, G..A. R.:, arrived

.4 the opening up of, a. dm> n new nvrchandibing 'i jiater. these last four years Suggestions demands many of ourcitizens: tn be is dry and always in motion; the the,- in.the city and accompanied by Commander -

I businesses, th... laying of I which then were thought far too adi abroad after one o'clock at night, and I momete seldom above 95; sunstroke Tarbox and ten numbera- ?f '' l

.many blocksof<; cement i il lew..I ..', the PROSPEROUS PINEDALE i i vanced are now, being acted upon bvfar- there is no doubt but that a large number unheard or; (In the shade it is comfortable Gen. 0. p. Howard Post, went to; Taft 1 -1 ,J i

jnarling our principal thoroughfarefrom :: 1 seeing minds, v. would use electricity U run their/ and even the nights in the hottest part of the day and instituted a pto fct t;; that' organization. ."t__ .
the northern to the. southern, :: *"> machinery. As our electric arealway. deliciously: '- .
m- Our ha,4X3kvoke plant
,i "Sleepy lH>JIoMr" from light rool I. the thermometer usuaJI / _
falling to y
i Many Improvements ', *
its of the city and the bejrtnginjf of th<- Being Made to > her lethargy and my>rieas.jM Q)those of is now run it is of little use and nets I 70. As for mosquitoes, well I have: On Wednesday Commander Thompson .L, -1i;

installation! of a complete; astern of That Valuable Addition. j jI'medale I others are in some caju aJ vershadovted: only a small revenue; u)> the city; an all fees more in a day in New Jersey than a' visit to the post at St. Cloud oS

water)worka and i sewerage. t Kissimmee's flout ishing by actual achievements, and the night and all. day current. would be of in a year in Florida. where! he was received with the heart- a !
Another .
While' we are not so egotistical an to;; suburb,,js fast coming ta the front, f not yet. great benefit to our people frntQfwould. i the air. While example in! Illinois ot the one moisture wiater in I lest welcome -flmioyally entertained ,

' that the Valley Gazette alone :, and bids fair to become I pay large dividends the had by the old comrades, finding
Maim a trucking' cen- am again a resident among you,'a on money necti- my ears and nose frozen on two oc- that post
brought all this enterprise and prosperity bar of considerable imoortance. Messrs. voter and a small taxpayer therefore sari to operate it. c.<
r to our town we do claim that it has Donegan and Lesley, the promoter", I, allow me to again put before our farseeing I We need fin inspector of hJJil<1InA' .1 it i 1.1 supposed lobe Whatever colder I mjtfrrednorinconvnnience the Woman's Relief Corps. ,

been the main factor, and that the people ,I have sold about half their holdings in I I public a few more needs accompanied -I Heretofore this'' was Unnecessary, hut! It Mad' a dry j He returned to this city on Thursday ,
: of Osceola county will never know that locality, and quite a number of the by Some old ones. j now we are erecting buildings' of such I| Florida is not a'summer resort j hospitable morning{: and was entertained ill a most '
i manner by
''i.the full extent of the good our Commissioners -I purchasers have -gone- to work clearingand I We need a public park.adjacent to our size that ityt essential they be built in ],' ally but an the ail Kissimmee the year round on.e-ellp"ci- being shown every courtesy our local and attention poet- r 1'

S :1... have done and are doing this fencing their lands and building I city, and. we should, secure land for this | a substantial manner to the end that ,I'I cool breeze from- e east valley and with west the and I by both. officers and members and I _
unity by sending this to libmes.: Mr Donegan haa "iuat the lives of those- expressed h.m.elf. before +
comp paoer completed purpose at once, before prices may safe while ,.the night wind from Lake Tohopeka- his visit to this. leaving that;
prospective hgmepeekers In the Northern clearing a fine field of seVentesn high and it'becomes a case of keep Off working or living in them.If liga .f the most pleasant he had had proven one' i.
and Western states. .. acres, which he now has plowed and we t be I am nq real estate agent nor am I taken since -
our neighbor's or hope o a dignified city: we" .auming the duties of hirposlUon
grass procure a per i connected with '
Tl. fallowing< letter)!ia one ,taken under fence, and is preparing to havea : mit from our Honorable Mayor to allow must assume the responsibilities of (|I wnte this article any out of railroad a sense, and of only While here he wasHhe personal guest
jus- of
from many of like nature on file in this' flowing artesian well put down. lIe someone to navigate a passenger flying I I such a city, and- the sooner we attendto Iand fairneis to the state of my man'Commander at that .gentle. "'
.ffice, and fully prov..s our contention '' expects to have it in shape for truck- machine. Our park should have a' the requirements of our exalted:' adoption. Perhaps I it ill selfish but I tnee. ,; home Thompson In North Kiseim

regarding the cause of our town and ; ing this talk )when he will .demonstrate beautiful public highway leading to it ranks the sooner we shall ba in a position know a good thing when I see it and other pla-e. Thurs ay ev.ning..ltl.l left for
usually keep it to ,
countjr's rapid progress during the past the adaptability of Pinedale la s -for and around it. ] to blow our own horn with a arati-1' feel like it, but don't myself.say Florida Come if U you mate, destination being BloSmtagton.
year; and we further claim that if fivet.houlland I growing all kinds of vegetable and gar. i We need a public library. fied conscience: and the knowledge of hot in summer. IIL for.two where months he will, enter a sanitarium r

copies of the Valley Gazetted den J After the water mains the accomplishment: 6f work well done. W. V. MACK. Sepl4lmber. returning to Florida\ in ,'
: elu"I' are laid. we i i i i I Kissimmee June 28th 1910. ..... H. Isaccomp on this. ;
X ii Remember, this is true liberty that trip by Mrs. Thompson .f '
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Notice la bentbyrlveu- thai the 'o .... >tod laud, or ao macs thereof aa will bonecewtary U ."\@ .
tel hereto etrfipponlto ...... with curt ofocb The @/ A
par the amouDt doe for la .e. the together Town of St. Cloud .. ; '
'. aale end adrortlaln*. will be olj at tinUllo auction on Monday4hV-l -day at -'ng"Rt.1u. .. ST' CJ..OUD.l'LA., ,.!
t>. 1910,In front of the city lull door at iHalmrnee. ID Count of Oiceuja, "'late' ofYI..rld.. -. .. . KISSIMMEE; : ... f
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4 .. '" Tax and portlot . 8WABBV. lOPMtTOPTINS .. ,. :J\I
Dro..hl' Addition .'
.u 4.blockG.AP .. . .. . .. ,6r.. .JAWII..o, . ..: "... IaM1 : ,, -
...i IxiU T and. Dlolkd : .0.i* ..: . : ,- \V. "r:Jlioujan . .- i... ,d L:., .;; .1.l ITtMS'Of INTEREST CUPPED ous'fresh watar*lakes. These gentlemen : BR NjfES'( 8RAZ1. N6_ :.
1oblauen'i Addition. " 1 PiUMBINfrTMi; ITS
4 .. ,..-. .. tl2: FROM TRIBUNE spent several days visiting ..pblnUojf ,.
1..0&8. block 8 .. ..... . -. .. .. ., Ltioj VIUlHtii. d'} to THE ST. CLOUD
i LoU I and 2. block It. ,, ... ..',, "M n... Lydu. Butler' .. fr., :.. . 21 7J'o Interest in'this ,section! including theshaker "l'HJU.tAUING. STIwAM.. :
J' Cot {,block 16 . . .. . Ileum. >o\1lwlIlI. ,..' CI 41BE 'PIP'"g ta11'TlNG. :
.. . ... ... .. ..: 1YJ Colony, where they became VORl""
LXHJ. block l .r:; .; .. . . . ,)Lukiio) rQ .r. e. FI'1"1'ING. PUMP -.
a v Plckeren'a. aub-dtrlnlon of 'lot70( 01 Florida : W.1.; Sean.of Kiasiinmee,. Superip. greatly Interfiled l in banana culture] ; YI1'I: i

t .. 7aadandImpro.ementloe. (urrof . .. .' .' tendent of Public Instruction spent '
r ix>t6 ... TIP.riio. -, 1 --.-- JOBBING
.' VI*.Land* indlmpro..mentt''aaoTl: .. .... .. Tuesday. In St. Cloud5 6: N ERAL '
x' Bee Kt no_.* ......rD..r..I. poi' 7". rum eaR' . .J Mr. Harvey. Roberts arrived last Saturday G. o':
.. JII'/UR./ ( ] .ft, /1f.r" '. .' ] "
IOS t.w 137' n 105./ ftIJOt
&\. .. .... ,.. Jfll ..:, _. S If.i& Mr. G.. Harold Porter, secretary of lie comes from Utica. N. Y., .

., Kbonnaliet'i- Bvbdlrlalon IL.Ua AddlUoD of Itlock'i DL and o.. lIon. William II. Lynn, 'arrived in 'the andIB a brother to Mrs. 'White, the' esteemed . ................ .
,. lot 14... ..Robe'rt'rlaiui Addition nobC.oQJrl"'D." city last Sunday. Mr, Porter came In'' wife of) our chief engineer.. lie .. ..

W>< Iota. 2 and S.1> B. Mr. F. F('o111ur .22 the interest of 'the company, and re will take a po.itio'lort' the survey. corps ,. '
Her al iw eor. ..jf block 0, run n Tt ft. immediately. : You; can come toKISSUVIMEE". : f ft'
1 .I riiibt of way of A C"L It K. : mained here until Jut evening -
A tbeooe aoutiiWMiteMT along! right of".y _. :< - --

"\10', '.. TKftlo Bobs bedouin.....' rod. Addition TboouMM floor,1 0 ' J.- N. Wilkinson of Michigan, avenue FAMOUS. FISH- EATERS. 0, ly
0 0I
kot VnkDowDUnknown
1 10. '''
O.bornd&O''.Addflotl. y. and 12th street, left for North Dakota -
a: '
Lot &,block \'.. 122M.krwiAddilldn 'last' niglit. Mr. Wilkinson built one j jaf I Tho L.v..1 8a Food Was a Mania
1 In the Tim of Luoullus.Msay .. FROM -
4 *..VUnknown --
the first
Ny4.f block E Joe BrlnrltrTom < houncB .in SU Cloud. After .
Nol l block. .' Mffrwnj'd' N: fatuous both la modern .
4c> lw Ilrg .t ae cor of lot 1, block (i. ruin n 7i:: ft. . ..... attending to some business the northwest and ancient times bar been t'a '
6' w''"7 ft. 0'" ft,"\7f* K ZnlsPelrrli, J. :7.1 he will return to St. Cloud. ... I : KANSAS.CITY :
lot to-Weck M )IIonl youagblo.! known at devoted fish eaters. "GsUa.
..'. Fbdlrlslon of Maitti-m Add l lUolaS . .- I .
Joe L < ... : '
of *
'. Syria.was fond of Oxli
4,6ands,61.s4J 7 -j lda<< TTanher. G. George Batten, who has' been renting ] queen BO + AND RETURN FOR__ Z ::
:! 72Lot.oo j
Lot.block I I. W 1'al.r1cll'a.AJjdll.loIJ U Wsteon that sll. ordered all caught within! the

I, 2 and J 8 W, block UllT'a 1I Addition tin k sow n I U the Skaker pasture for some years limit Clt tier kingdom to be brtitictit and spend 25 i'days h I3 I-
,. Ii't All ef block 2 Unvlttted. ..' Lards t 1'nkuowu W entire lot. including stock cattle was 11 Usually supplied with the <>lj,<.il< CKI. """" +tC4C .

.f of o'.' BH<'B''4 of ne ', of uw. ,'( we 'fti t)>JL' f ;'II n, KUtbrcp j. c, McpHATTKK 16 purchased by John Padgett of KIBsim.e. I quality. Pblloxeues of Cjltit-rui.. on Long <>noiif
4 Tax CoU.cturof' > learning from his physician Hun' h. Town Lots .
K1jrrs.c-air in r-Aere Tracts
Bq J. R. / I must die of Indigestion from Oat( IIn JSarguIiiN ,

... r U. F. Williams of Tampa United eaten excessively: 'of n <\\t'lId"u' n-ii and Country Kroperty Jn the ..::

States I'ostoffice) Inspector, arrived in Hid: "Be It ao,- but before I go: ...I''.i\< . "state" , for sale byWa ;.-;

: the .Monday night to check me to OuUb what remuliix.. I
: ; up
The BULL BASS MARKET Postmaster Kin'g's! account, prior'to Atbt'us'OS a city of ash. ciii-f. IILI' : 1LYEA""
Its cooks famouit .
for then
were ho 'wedge 'Oa ?
his turning the office over to Comrade :
1 I of cooking flab Tini i I... >M <
'b-; arden Bui from Depot Kinney. Mr. Williams finished hiM work en of the day BHUH] 11111., t "(" >u '. Or,,<< ,,IM STATE, BASK BLI> KISSIMMEE' FLUID r.
... A and returned to Tampa Tuesday evening .
". ., \ I cording reel >ea'for j.reH-i> i u i,1? n-I. "n
I ....... .........NN t
'i.i Fresh Florida IdinMEATS of all kinds. salt, oil or Iferbs. 1 here WHK :ti >1.0"> \H .. $4 !

'- i the city but I forbade a list,uin' "_,-> i<> _. I ,
: > and WesternPOULTRY. .. .. .$ Miss Kttinu Kinkle, who went to her aJt down, until be -bad dlo| >-I'd l ..t n1' ... ';

t former home in Uiamondulc, Mich., bin stuck on lie ground' dial n -un.u

i f( EGGS. FRESH FISH about a month ago wri en to her pa. lug I posltluu made btui,.i e ....l"01"-II.' ; Z. W. & G. W. BASS f

( rents here that, on May 30th there was I I and luclliiiHl to sell at" u rVii
t Special; dlltnlion to Phone Orders and Free so much snow in Diamondale, the W. price. '

I ., 'Delivery to any part of the City. ?hone 189 R.'C. could not march in the Decoration The Kciuiaus luberlted froui the
.: Day parade; Miss Kinkle] also Greeks kelr lore for USD. Home mil. CONTRACTORS AMD BUILDERS i
dler# were fed on Osh. her guneruU ate'
-- - '
i = -- writes that her old enemy rheumatism, \
j fish her senators were eiilcurea lu
is again afflicting, her, and that she is
Wood Brick Stone
ri--' d I
-- - - ---. I aDd her emperors recognized uo dlsb t or
counting the days until stir can return ,
N I I1 | more desirable'ban( flab
-1 to the. balmy air of Florida for while Lucullus caused canal .
to beui
j a ----
''i, H. C. here she was entirely from thin painful I through a uiuuutaln Lear Nuplto. lu

: malady. bring up tile sea and. Its' ashes to the GUARANTEE TO GIVE PERFECT SATISFACTION

I I center of tbe gardeus of his suiui>iu,,u>> -

St. Cloud bus an urU-niun well !U12:! ,: villa. The luveof flab lu those dkjs was 4kKissiititttee
: .
\ STANFORDCO.'S feet, modern ice. plant, a first national a touula. The red mullet was prued Lie Florida

1-- bank, electric light works, a weekly yond all food. A sauce. called. gurus, .
tr made from the entrails Dud blood ut
n7 newspaper two first- lass drug stores,
mackerel and other flsbes, brought
: three furniture, stores. two hotels. 32 .
blgb prices and great ftrlrei were offered
k miles of streets; four physicians, seven
the man who could! make a slid

':t, I* THE PLACE TO BUY -' :-, churches one Masonic hall, one Odd I liar sauce out of the liver of the. red
Fellows hall one Woodmen's hall two mullet.

photographers, one undertaker, forty. In more modern times kings have .

three stores and business establishments been known for tbelr llklug of ass' .lUKiiiiiiiniiiiiniiiuiiiiif
Dry Goods Shoes and Notions one blacksmith, one novelty In tbe reign" of Edward 11. lu Kuglaud

3 works three cement block' ""works seven sturgeon could' In be served. only on theking's Do You Use THOMAS' DI -
: table. France astiiuuugeniw
notaries one lawyer, three bakeries w
I licensed by the Ling. Louis X II. rye
one garage, seven restaurants.!
\ was so fond of Jab be ,pppolutexl six PHOSPHATE (Basic Slag) ?

t RACK: : : COM Et :: fishmongers to supply tile table] Krnuels .
"Jack" Loll the well known automobile .1. bad tneuty-two sod lieury the

t 13CTZ'OM: < : : 0 ..A.t-rD: ; driver 01 Kissimmee, was in Great twebtyduur.Under If Not, WHY NOT ?

Ii town the other day with a new Buick tbe reign of Louis X 1\. 0 beating
motor truck' of one ton capacity<: whichhe became a. popular at the.French' It is not costly, injurious bur an experiment; but the
demonstrating.. He carried a' court as It bud ever been lu Rowe. A
was story is told that when flab failed lu r .best, and cheapest phosphate (for Citrus Fruits
ton load from Kiasimrnee to St. Cloud, .
arrive from the, seacoast Ip time for '
a distance of ten miles, in aoout thirty-
rot' IJ 'a grand dinner, being given by the \ It Produces
five minutes, showing iU great possibilities , .'Prince of Coude to Jhe king.1 theprince's 2tBECAUSE the

I h He/T trying to interest the chef, au Illustrious purveyor'of
Seminole Land and Investment Co. in Choicest Fruit at Least Cost.
ash was so chagrined be ran to
', this car and they are now considering his chamber took hla.sword and pierced ) '

1J i Safety Our First AimEvery the purchase of one fitted with Hide. his beuru-Boston Globe. -- I z -- Read Mr. E. L. Thompson's letter in the Florida

seats in the rear which will give it a'I News
(j!<.n. 7, 1910).
rapacity of t n people beside the Forg.tful.Ato8eutmiDded (A.'f
/ guide and {chauffer and will make an. Auuette belongs, to a IIEN TRY IT
I Club of J'ouulom..n: lu tbe west end
ideal locating car for'parlies desiring
-' safe-guard known. to the i to see their; lands. of town." She went to a brldu' sbuwer The COE-MORTIMER COMPANY, .

given by tbe club'nnd left her present :
r4 J I'.clf.IM)1t; t n2RS.

business is used W. J. Halls, who -in now located on at bome.
banking to secure .
"I'ui BO sorry that I forgot it, she _
New York avenue, south arrived in said- I I --- CHARLESTON, S. C.

St. Cloud April 12th, from Bethel, Ohio "Never. "
wind tbe other girls told
funds deposited with us. \ I b.r SkALC FLRTILIIER: MATRIALS.FOR .
\ so much afflicted with catarrh. of the ber.; "],-ou can send It around later

"-. throat that he was forced to leave Ohio. A few weeks later tbe club gave another
His wife was also in such poor health bridal shower, aud agam Annette {

that on arriving here she had to be aa- left her sIft ut home 23-9t

Citizens Bank of Kissimmee sls ed tram the train. Both of them "Do you know what I've OoueV'shv) _'" _':-
when .
said she discovered her mistake.
now sav they never felt better in their
I lives walked. "I've forgotten my preseuL" -, -
Afew days ago they to
No one felt disposed to help tier
--- uuL"But
the lake an followed the beach. to the I

-1 We pay 4 per cent in Savings Dept. .1 canal, and' down the canal to the old of the. then girls! forget she added her present"dldu'l last one! : 4 r

sugar- mUl., The eturned by a differ- Ume. and didn't we say it would beaU sA
i Safe Deposit Boxes for Rent. ent route covering assistance of about right If she sect it around later ,

I seven miles arriving home in time to I'm sure that happened to somebody." :, "The Truth
fir tf" get dinner, which Mrs. Bailvdid.., with :-Newark News.;

out feeling any worse for the trip.

,....._....._..........._.._.'"... ..........__._..__.._..... They are greatly in love with St. Cloud Old papers for sale at this office.
and the wonderful restorative climate. .- - -
.;. WHAT IT MEANS 1 :tstateinent.: AboutFlorida"

. ,r. I llKOT aopU do not know what a Bank's Capital for. or the diflaranoa b.'I''I Charles Goodrich, formerly of Co. C Mad under Soctlun :32. Chapter 6-'1i6 Law of .
*w.aa a bank of llttla or no capital aud ono with a largo capital. / 48th Iowa Infantry, spent from Fridayto Florida! showing the airvjunt uf taicva charred .
; \t> the Sax Collector| of Onceola [
Tuesday of last week in St. Cloud.
F lorld.obs collected for the current
; la the fund that protoou thadeposltora fro. lo... ihorvforo tin 1 l IIO'C.f It lath. I I l1%'1, ana the-Dportionntent of the aame year to --and values ini -'-
I This Comrade Goodrich's third .R
was tripto
fraator protvoUon depomlora be- Thli bank hua the Mtveiml f unda for which tau. have been
1 '!_r s Capital .,. ,. . .1-'>0.0110 miisouu our city. He expects tn. start bUild- levied: sAPPORTIONMENT\ I..-
I" Hnrpltu fund of :: .. .. w / OKCOUNTY FUNDS. .
_-... i fetockholdera'. .. MI.OJO vu ing immediately on his holding. F. W. R.venueI.To -
',' Phleiger, a contractor from his home, i Farming Timber
-Ato ",Jot . .. 1115.1)00 Ul I amount miwiftaMid 01&T .'o) and Citrus
r' .J. = Tkdo ....ant that wo mat lo io'II&.IIOI\OO U 4 ant. Thla protection, U fur YOU. ri superintend.the building. II Balance 'j-IJII'! ,
i Central School Fund- -
, \ STATE BANK OF KISSIMMEE Amount tA..__ rl..u lO/\ I -

rj --0_ Capt. H. E. King, who has occupied I Amount Coll: ",,ct"dlialance .... ... i Fruit Lands Orange
, K''..'........... RLG/11GA. the position of postmaster at St.: Cloud'I to be collected, low' 4O ,

; the office established,. left County ]toadToamount .
C.A.. CARSON JOHN M. LEE N. B. CARBON i since was .. i _
Pre.ldeD' Vlc..I'.ld..ul ..hle' aMWHM l iOC 101
(; last night for his old home in Cleveland. I

-N..t.................................................................. Captain King resigned his position several Amount GullmtodBalance 1 '
to Im collectedolllity let l 1 l"7 Groves and
M' 11'V weeks ago and has remained in the < Spec, lrl- City Properties

----------------j city to assist his successor Col. A. H. ; Tusmuuut aseesawl4, . you: A

1 Y I3e..SS > er' Kenney.: Before leaving Captain King Amount < ollet-ted ;
Balance to lx oollectedSubSchool .r; :Ie .
said that he was feeling much better Write .
2- call
Diet No. or
1 . on ;
,, -- than he has since he came to St. Cloud To amount __. !I.'< 40 ,

.' F'ANCYQi and promised to return in the fall. Amount Collected. J] ,1 1 r

J', Balanc. to baoollacted.SubSchool l Dial. No..:.1- I R. D. WARING '

GRAIN AND J We solicit part of your trade. Rev. H. D. Darbalter, pastor of the ToamountaaaaawdAmount (8'> V7 & CO' \ ,
Christ Reformed church a( Pittsburg, collected
FEED OF i > Country Pa., and eon were interested visitors at Balance to be collected :2. lBubSchool 1
<*> Hides and Furs $ St. Cloud last week. The latter, a student Dial No.- Bank Building -
4' ALL KINDS To amount a. ...e j 696 41
; \ Bought ,and Sold. $ of the University of Pennsylvaniaand Amount Cll.ct..Iant.tobsColt.cod: ... Kissimmee -

f PhotieXH - .. '.. ..!''j--- KISSIMMEE an Inve.torat St. Cloud is highly 3141 Florida !
i pleased with conditions in this section ARTHUR K. DONEOAN.
Clerk ftreult Court OaoaolaCounUt.
of Florida particularly with our numerII Florida- lI ,

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Boat Builder y\ STYLES An' .*n '. Train'*.n .1'

'M.ta and P.rl.. ,
"For '.crllpulouif "car,, and trouble! AMERICAN
London Pirates and .
.HIQHMOTOR 'P"ADR' taken to: "return change I hare never

BOATS. SAIL, Their'Methods. bean*,of.anything that equated aa .xperteoce '
AND t of m\n/t on the. railroad between -- '
Meta end Paris,".Mid"'a national \
r (uardaman'tbe'other day "1-.bad been
nr..... .ttin for the i : studying he batdeeelds'ab'ut/ ' 'Hl'eU .
ot % 11 114H
.. i anti when 1 decided te.get back tc """ .
UM P sltlon to G t Look at. .
I of the 1 1 '
I Pane converted_ moat money) :
Marine Engine the Advance "Models and Than S.II co'
bad left Into francs. I ".' __ , Information ,lln I "It was a bot day: .la'August, and the'I ..--. ,
n. W"'S, ttania2. \
( Mtrt
), Where Th reyW.a a Slip aecond dUll compartments were ac '! _, r

Thq:object o.f. the modern mllllncty\ crowded that I derided aa tfe stopped I I- '-. = 1 '.!
::::I '
Pumping E Eijiaex Irrigation Plants: pirate la by some meana to get hold at,a town near the French border.. .tc I : :

of tbe new faahlona well In' advanceof change/ tcr a- Brat"class coach. ....;.Therewaa ,

the coming season,' and >however a supplement to pay, and the onlj,! oO'C'co:
German I had la tweUr)' -.- '
jealously guarded the new models are money was ,:cr'
I she-moat pirate are women-very mark pieces. "Tb official. who- knad r.ct: : .- t-;
often succeeds, and the real owner has the transfer did not hare the proper .-. .c::" CD tr i

the mortification of seeing his novelty change and while t was' waiting tar .., =-=- cl,

BatMng 'anticipated by com* firm of Infinitely him to come back with the 12 tuarki ilADC BYAmerican a. ,
and some pfennig that belonged to me ,
leaa importance than his own '
Last spring tbe proprietor. of. one of the train moved off. and I cave paj : : ,

tbe end of money up for cone. "
tbe smartest shops In west .
London noticed a lady walking In the "About 11 o'clock that night the Wire Co.A . :
is Fine park attired In a dress almost an cz train stopped at town. about halfway ::;::,

act copy of a brand new model of hU I (o Paris. There was only one* other occupant sound, substantial, enduring -.

. own, a model which, not half a dozen ,I of my compartment. a mau who fence built on elastic, hlneed-joiat C'D :,
people had seen besides Its Inventor i bad got on at some( "tat Ion In France. printtplr-'the most clentinjc! practical ', w'

and himself. The design bad been reg' Soon after we stopped the door of the and perfect fence principle

Get a SUIT and tr |nit| Istered.- but tbe copy! was Just Slim compartment was' opened.| and a man known. It yield. to great and cud -h ;

clently altered to steer clear of legal Inquired which of us. had given a tweu- den pressure but return again to the CD_ r

difficulties. ty mark piece to be changed at the original shape''Thoroughly f

A most searching Inquiry revealedthe station In Germany.. I replied that I I galvanized and protected C"':) r r
LINE All) I the Individual. -- agiiosl_ weather. : \ ;
fact that the culprit was a lady waa -CO ; ,
wbo bad always been considered one. I'' ''Come with me. monsieur;/ be said.. ron SALE snrOsceola t\

of the firm's smartest and best customera. to I alighted and followed blm'lntp. the -

..C.F W. DAMN'S Her. birth and position( were less Impeacbable I I station'There office.(I found that my change had 'l Hardware Co: r r' ,

than the state of her : been telegraphed on. and he bad the ,

finances, and she bad accepted the sum due me already counted out "

... offer of a Berlin firm to dress her on There were a lot of. receipts and thingsto

condition that slie supplied It with the I sign and the train was held up al- -,

I very palest Creations that found. their. ,I most' 6fleen minutes on my account
, I ttt
i! way' from !Parts to. Lbndon I but I got my money and a lot of satisfaction. -

I Having! the entree of. the Innernioxt I ."-New York. Sun. 4
r -- -- - -- - j i sanctum of the London( firm referredto -
C. A. LAKSO.V I I, The Auto da r
1'resldenl .V. ( ARYAN, KCRKI'AM\\ , she had taken advantage of \It- con POISING OF THE TROUT. Graystone rage
Qtlence In her to draw Its dmlgna! from

The Waters & Carson I memory and |lost I them to Berlin. Its to the Hov.ring of the -
: Tbe Louditn, tlriu had. no legal remedy : I -AGENCY FOR-
l Kestrel In the Air.
wlwteior All .It could d<. wan I !ooi
As the kestrel I I1* (to tile rlouds: .po lathe
when the autumn .Ir1f'I were duo and
I trout to the crystal waters Botb i
the lady nlled again to Inform her BUICK U' '
Grocery kestrels and trout. display that magical
Company that her patronage: ""II* no loncer/ desired AND
I (polsluff as If suipcpclod by Invisible I OVERLAND .

threads-only now and. then, whim I
similar HUDSON
Another Imly dcivitid In n
Wholesale and Retail Dealers roH currents are f'ntol1ulered. la a I STEAM CARS
in .
'in.iiiii of Itrcputstreet {
trick by 'lli ;:'r a
-- HlKn glen to nliiiw Hint life Itself Id n .
arm mif vny <'\erly punlthi'd I I
GROCERIESWE not III surname, II 1: xh". receivedwltb
Ciao' her next jlsit \\ .n
\ brief agitation l of the kestrel's t
the ".'11I0 coirtialtty art ever and
I taken Into the uliowioom whero tho wings" a vnl ling, of tile I trout's. tall- Supplies Repairs and AccessoriesAMPLE r
I the cross iirri-nt Is wenthered, and
latest models were usually displayed.She | l .r
bird or ash IHJI.SOS'' motionless again.
SELL never mispecled' until too' late GARAGE ,
And an when walking! along we are
I that the room had been ,specially nr ROOM PHONE 164.
pulled > In ever frosli wonder by the
i ranged. for her rwentlnn The modelsexhibited
HAY sight of> the LoM-rlng kestrel, so wa i
HIDES i were anything but new, and
mutt' ueeti pause. on a bridge when ,
GRAIN( the too smart firm which employed her t'ocllxaootx
there Is a trout In the stream below.He .
FURS was put to vast eiiwose to work up I 0 CJOOOC
looks his bent. with bead
| lMlng!
FERTILIZERS;: ( drcsscn from resurrected from
I C. A. CARSON. J. A. 8.1.
I to tbe stream-a shapely| form against LUPFKB.
WOOL[ those! of years before which.. proved .
SHINGLES absolutely unsalable. i the background I : of smooth brown pebbles g..t.y
and waving emerald weeds.: Lean I
RA'NGE AND It U. by nn means exclusively for the '
BOXES the bridge with on the b
ing over eyes .
purpose of stealing other people's prig I '
; trout a vision 'It" conjured-an alluringfly
ALLVEOETABLECRATES' I deHlj/u that "pushlnz" firms enlist '
ORANGE WRAPS drops on Ibo water then a slack KISSIMMEE LUMBER CO. 1
the Hervlces of well dressed re-
COUNTRY crults. line tightens there. is a song from'tliereel .
I rod bends, there follows dazzling
a a ..
J Last summer a lady arrived at a :
.CRATE NAILS PRODUCE' smart seaside hotel the sort of 'place ,I. dance of vermilion spots against
the of. the bank.
where, people stay for the whole noa green
Or as we coma to the bridge on Iwinter's
and s
son. She was pretty, smart perfectly Rough Dressed
We sell field and well dressed la day we thin we hear a
garden seeds or all kinds : turned out-so ,

We jive special attention( to fitting out hunting and camping fact that' other women.* oiled. with I mighty plashing of water Over the _.. ..

partie\ ,. envy, did their best to find out who pebbles, Which turns out to be tha! Pine
play of thirty or forty trout the play Lunjbjer.
Free deliverin"city.\ limits Phone No.. J-2. was dressmaker. of the last round of om.o water tourneys -

W9. are county: ; aents..t13r: good f fertilizers, '. As'; us for "circularand that But tbe though people sun were frequently perfect treasuresand boasted 'As they come,to the surface, rollIng __>___ i ,v

prices on fertilizers. I and wallowing, their great tat ;
that her bills amounted! to next to.nothln'g.
look twice as big as when seep '
- rslijes
refused to disclose
the tin nit-\ through:: the clear water They almost. HOUSE BILLS A SPECIALTY.Do '
'0'S 10 make dam acrosH tile stream us they
One day however she accidentally iOtbOpOC ,
dropped aa envelope Inclosing a 1 bill ',Jostle each other. sefrklug for tbe -----, -
-- ---
E. choicest places on. the spawning bed .."'"
L. LESLEY COMPANY from the mysterious dressmaker a bill London Standard -N1.VAIVNIVA MNN N' N1 1I
I artfully "faked" so as to show. prlres s i---------- i

of startling S. M. CULL. M NAQBR "Berlin, Germany; U. 8." (
I the arm that employed this clever lady You <
"Ssy. Is this letter addressed right* iI AppreciateACCURACY
ST. CLOUD = LA. welcomed dozen new customers. 1
r. ,
Hotels tot find the lady tout most asked. a subject of Germany, holding <
'- ------ decorated
FULL LINE 'OP j useful. Last autumn a very pretty up all elaborately envelope !

girl arrived at a certain Scotch health before Ibo eyes of a postman tbe other. .
HARDWARE I resort establlxhment with her mother I day Tbe latter surveyed the writing I PROMPTNESS .: .

TOrtH...h.... OleMwara VretY. I, She was smart well dressed a clever closely There were a name, a street $ |

cry and Dithaa.I Full Ltee of Ueett' Fn r>Uk'lnn,. H.t4 musician! -Juit the sort. of girl to< be and then the city and country. "Berlin. PURITY,' ,. '

sad Cup Ladles' It_. I thoroughly popular with both sexes. I' Germany." Below were written In bold $ *',

At puce abe became the center of a characters<< the letter "U. S." "Oh. $ COURTESY,
GRAIN FEED AND you don't want 'U. 8' on there" remarked n'd
FERTILIZERS largo coterie of ad mlrerll. $ that feeling of satisfaction in'KNOWING have '
the postman. "Berlin, Germany you :
Then after a few days her vivaciousexpression i
: " Obtainable at tha Lowest Price? Then phone us" the.B8St:1
United States '
Isn't In the your
Grocery Located N. Y Ave., doors from ?t. Cloud Hotel gave place to a look of unutterable I '
1'. HardwHie Store Penn.. Ave., near 11th St. I boredom.. *'I can't stand this I dont mean United States by 'U. S.,' and we assure you that satisfaction wrtll be yours.KISSIMMEEDRUGCO.. >.

; place. It's.a deadly dull." she aald remarked the man from Kaiser WUbell1o' i '

1 j OUR PRICES ARE LOWEST *B"nt<> toriP rm FULLRq Pump;;, Rmalm ai JONNSOY*'* !' I over. and over again. Finally one I'I ,'" land. "I mean 'up stairs: i'-

, .- '-- -- .evening .h" announced that she could' This 7rlf'Dd of mine lives on the sec ,.
F"O".RN'IT"O"eEC.41t : :: not endure It an hour. longer She ond /floor. ".Buffalo Comme'rclaL S Phone. 41. i

was going/ I 1$ I
Oil '4T4LUUI\oT'4' ,
.. His Little Pun. y
"Wb t- ? was the question.
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Back to Blltherlngton." was the decided An Inveterate wit and punster asked

S. II. CUMTl I'iiinrcr Jit'i"'IIIIIIf I answer, "It may be a 'little the captain. of a craft loaded wltb

Peon Avt. between> loth aad I llth Prompt Deliveries dearer but you get your money's boards. bow be managed to get dinner

I worth there. One has such a good ,.on the passage."Wby. .
o 0 time Ib'rer'! ." replied the skipper "we always ( j New ShoeStpreALadies' : ti) .r

_.t.- I Next day she left and before. tbe I cook aboard /
week was out a Urge proportion of I "Cook; u board, tlo you?" rejoined the

ANNUAL EXCURSION I her friends. had followed her.-London. wag. "Then I see you have been well

I Grand Magazine: I provided with provisions this trip, at Gent's.and. '

1 all events." London Graphic, Children's Stioas 3*

== JULY IST == 'A Fin. Mixup. ---- HIGH GRADE AND UP-TO-DATE -) ;
"U'llm' "'do you; mellll by this, air?" demanded Hoot Awa', Mon. ,

. the angry 'advertiser. An English clergyman, talking one 9
ROUND TRIP RATE FROM KISStMMEE TO "What' the matter?" Inquired theiubllsher day with u Siottlnh brother of the See You'! Buy MARSH & WHIDDEN : t1

of tbe ""'ell. ;
paper. cloth remarked fncetttmsly. a''
SAVANNAH, GA, $7.OOCHARLESTON I "This advertisement\ of 'our delicious David. I believe, after all baa been BASIS '
I canned meals from tbe best colonial said that my bend, could bold. two of. STATE BANK BUILDING :

. S. C. 9.00 houses'-you've made --horses. yours"

London- Tit.Bits. "M on," returned the other. with,

VIA ready wit. "I never tocbt before tbat

Cynical. your head wee sae empty."-Boston. PLUMBING AND STEAM FITTING""

Atlantic Coast Line I "Do you think there I is really any TrlQIt..r\pt\. .

I such thlag"a I platonic love?" .. .
{ "Yes Jt exists between most- hue- Progressing.

TICKETS ON SALE JULY 1ST, I bands. and their wires., "-Chicago Record "flow are you getting on/ast newspaper L B. CRISSMAN ,
Herald. "
: : artist? EISU!!! WITH ' ''IOscpola
"Ilapldly They now allow me to *.
) Hardware
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I R.'..nforc.d.j draw I the crosses showing where tlte 0.
Tickets wi.l be good on regular trains going and returnine. I "What I la an outlined man. par" tragedy "occurred."-Cleveland Leader Years
Forty Experience in
"I'm not certain but I think that,lm. T Large Northern Cities.

t For information Pullman reservations call on nearest I' what they call one who bas turned to NebU Effort. Only First-class Workmen Employed..'

Atlantic Coast Line Ticket Agent or writ ,: Prerta. "<':hoI1y has brain fever": r
Windmill and Material .
Y. R. BEAZLEY, T. P. A.. J. G. KIRKLAND D(.t'. ATAMPA. -How did be gee It?" Pump .
PLA. !'_ t He Is a wUe man who wastes no energy "
< I 1101> met a girt who kept saying.' PHONE 88 Always on Hand. KISSIMMEE''"
on pursuits for which be ta dot'fitted. Just think:' And Cholly tried toPearsoo's ."- '
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The Kiss Valley 'Gazette RESOLUTIONS cuse Raised\ for gambling beirii''l.blerated.or the vice than attendant undis-. MORAL SUASION .COAL TAR _IN(.+ROAD' I : .Mr H. Edmond Swabey:! baa kept'a Us, i':

of II reJl.'ard'to erecting: new ;
I but promised
the track. Par.m.nt 1
upon race > Similar t.'Asphalt \ :
r A._ rUBUSBED rfU J"R1> ,AT. On Uie.. Death of Two prominent I Anyway,' this,.aduj }j.lon and -exaltation Will"Never Stop the Sale of Whisky Mor Resilient Charsoter, on Orlando avenue' and. {,

Office 'Jn Valley Gazette Building: ,of a negro-placing him on. a plan_ Revolution In blfbway elllltroeUQ/\; giving the publip l an' opportunity to secure ' ..
I' It' tues>lrrac OSCBOLA aovy+Tr.rl A. ( Young Men tf of equality with the white man-Is aura in Florida. i lapredicted by-many 'road eaglueeri anything In the plumbing line ..uehaa .
HENRY T., STANFORD' to productive of 'evil',results.. A* a ,A young man orfce advised! me to advocat. I .- but many other believe the! successful be'tb! bath tubs,; closets sinks, -etc., right 'fI
r W. B., HARRIS, Editor a.d Prop'r. Resolutions' Friendship matter of fact have meeting macadam etboo modified wnl here I in.Kil imme v (f//
adopted by we : fully as much pure moral suasion At' a event tile t tar 1
!S. J.-THli l.ETT, Associate Editor. of 'thla... for the the white said only tan'ovatlon.' ID The Pioneer Plumbing Shop, of which
Lodge, No. 10,- KnighU Py .respect negro as. ..thug where this young man was present sure', bf coneldered. -
.1 '.. UII June 29th. '... who Is to fight him}; but the effect of to the-audience, pointing to hint",.-Some macadam toetBod properly will tarred roadll Is I, Mr. Swabey i. proprietor' ;la now ready "_ : .

I SUBSCRIPTION.. BATES, Whereas the Almighty Father in His all this notoriety this making of a hero say we ought, advocate moral.suasion A' pn: ll1e t"bllt"tltl- -fumllh these gooda and Install them

o0..soo.tisMoir:. .. . .:; ,. .Bl 6.latmlMtMons. M. infinite wisdom has deemed it best to of a black brute is certain to beget exclusively. Now I will give you a fact. .' reallient ,character. The stone in.a workmanlike' manner. I ?
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5* *,? our beloved certain racial-_ that react I Thirteen mile from' this place there the tar' Into a 1 C
.. All necpt f tarn MIT artiwrM removefrom -our midst nay U all bound tocher by ; We Want Your Name )?
. ,.....__imtM......IItM..__ In th..writer brother. Henry T. Stanford; with deplorable consequences.-LaVe- lived a woman who was:a good :wife; a mooth.. am '.urt.ce. which! can .W ..." "

.\ 1i.1."I"' ."I, .eoodld,.. -rtter. will not. be rvtnnrad ."- Whereas. In the death of Brother land! News. ._ ' good mother a good woman." I. then wept and "washed In much the same I On OU'check account" ledger l .-
Y ; Lodge No. 10, ==::-:: ::;0-- related her she told it an asphalt'psvemeat of i isn't "._.
: Stanford Friendship story'as : manner as Tilt amount .your ,
.... ..I d .t tM P..t.f. tn' Ririmm. deterioration
n".md.ds..mdtmatt v. Knight of Pythia.' has I lost tine its -- An Essay' on the Editor.A "'My husband la a drunkard 1 have 'Tbe mall agencies which cause I lof so much importance as the. fact of
{ Ju1'r' -( :-- most useful and aetiv.e' members, and little boy waa given the stunt by worked and hoped, and prayed, but I.i of tarred or oiled the decoying getting you started with us. Small accounts "
; jJrost and
;', Friday, 1,1910.( the community at large one of its most his, father to write art essay on-editors, almost gave up in despair. lf. went are Heavy rein accumulates on grow-maybe we can help you

*' truthful, upright> and honorable. citi- and here is the result away and was gone ten days lIe came _organic matter of<<:< .--which road. Bo'far' as can to increase. yours. .

woman; "I don't know bow come back ill with the small-pox. Two of the tbe surface the in and let us explain the advantages ..
: Helen Keller, that wonderful l tens. newspapers be determinedon:,One kind ef road Wilh- Come!
who was born deaf dumb. and blind, Resolved, that while, wfc- bow our to be in the 'world. 1 don't thimk Cod children took it. and both of them died.' stands the action of these. afrrncle as I -tell you why a check account

y ,b thirty year old. herds In humble submission to- the wjll\ does for be haint got nothing to say I nursed my husband through his long: well a. tbe other. Water gas' tar Is at this bank will help you.

'of the Almighty: Father, we lament an*. ..bout them and editors in the Bible. I sickness-watched over him night. and used In connection with' coal I tar but I State Bank of Kissimmee.
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An xebai'l ge suggests that there are I; deplore the loss of our late brother; i thin the editor is one of the missing day, feeling that he could not drink not to any great eiteut bj Ittelf. It I _
t y" no good flies except dead once, and it both personally and aIa 1 lodge; also linl.s yob. read of, and stayed in the I again, or ever again abuse me. I I has s greater power of penetration! and.: Millinery Store Changes Handsi .

1 d U the duty of all good people te put that we tender to hi. loved ones our bushes until afur the flood and then I thought he would remember all this terrible less of It la required, but It Is not solasting. i I

'them in that condition. .. deepest syTmv thy in this hour of their came out and w robs the thing up. and I I xperl n Will t Miss Hodges
| and good tQ -
great bereavement: has been here ever since,.- I don't tkink liquor shop,about three doors from my and occupies an Intermediate pas of millinery
$45,000,000 worth of diamonds and and the per Hahira, Ga., who took charge .. .
0theM the temporary of .
further that he dies. 1 and soon
_g- Resolved a.eopy ever never saw"a dead l one house after my husband was .
other precious atone were imported into fumilhed' of manent binders. of the business Saturday. .
resolution be family and never heard of pne getting lielfed. well enough to getout Mr. Leonard limited "
this during the month of In Bomb cases where a' ( ban been in tbe milli-
country our lamented brother, a copy be spreadon Our paper is a mighty good one; biH i Invited him in and gave him some drink where Miss lodges
__June.. Probably by country editors. the-iriinutes of the J lodge and!a copy the editor goes without underclothesall He-wsj tbenSforoe than ever. He now amount of money Is available or nery business in Georgia for a numberof

As last winter' suit ie full f mothballs be furnished, .the Valley ;aze te for the winter and don't wear any socks; beats and bruises me. 1 years and is thoroughly conversantwith

e, so I. life' often full of regrets. -publicstion. add paw ain't paid las subscription sine went into Mr., Leonard's shop one day, the demands of the public in this,

-Penl&e la Journal. Especially the W. H. : atrick I the paper started. I act paw if that nerved almost "tttrnajnedfi, and said : iiTI TI TI'avoti [I burs -- __. -

morning: after partaking of high-balls.. J. D. Jeffords, I was why the editor had to suck the 444 "Mr. Leonard wishyou would not County Court Jurors. -
J. E. Lupfer. juse out of snowballs in winter and go sell my husband any more ilrink." ,

That Illinois man who says that polecats I I'to o bed when he had a shirt wanht in 44 44Get out of this" TwOd he, i i The following jurors have been drawn

'' are good to eat and are of delicate I ;" ROBERT W. PATTIBON summer. And then paw took me out 4away with you. This is-no place1orwoman < to nerve at the July term of the oounty.I -

flavor is"entStled to his opinion on the St. Cloud, Fla., June 29, 1910.I I\ into the wood shed and he lickt me awful -' ; clear out." court which meets an Monday, July 11:,
subject, but It I. not probable that heft.r1 At a meeting of Master Masons, res- j mistake ." L. U W. Da-
I I hard. If the editor makes a But I don't want you to bell)] |IF. S. Gilbert, W. Davis .
will make many converts to bin way of dents of St. Cloud, Fla., held on the |I: folks say he ought to be hung; but if a him any more drink. 1 via H. L. Overstrect, Vv. 1. Bronson,

I ; thinking. above date the T6Tlowing resolutions, j I Ii : doctor makes any mistakes he buries 1 "'Getoutwill you? If you wasn't ''S. J II. Fertic, Jas. Durrance, J. P. Ti-

i j t John Carney: a veteran of Genesee, i, were unanimously adopted viE:, them and people dasaant. say nothing atWoman I would knock you into the 1'iliyu i son, G. W. Best. N. C. Bryan, Stewart.
Be it resolved, that as the Supreme doctor's mid'dle'of ''Tinrrl .
caller the Journal because can read und write the street. Walter Lorenz.Mr.
at -
was an entertaining '
Ruler of the Universe in His infinite Latin. When the editor mistake Mr. Leonard don't
.J. office Hewa.dn Florida makes a I "But , please ) Y.i
}: Wednesday.
the A. has been
transfer Jan. O'Berry employed -
wisdom has seen fit to "
last spring and is one of the kind that there is a lawsuit, and swearing ando sell my husband anyttnqre drink.
absorbs information wherever he is, no spirit of our beloved brother, Robert ,, big fuss; but if a doctor makes one 14 Mind your own business, I B'8y.' D8IKO HOLUUI OH GOAL TAB HOAV.IFrvm by tire Cbldren Land Companyto
\ W. Pattison from this terreatial i Good Road Ma .xlnt. New fork I take cHarge of their hotel and experimental
he can talk interestingly of the Land ofFlower there is a funeral cut /flowers and per- j: But my husband's business in
. well to_the Supreme Grand Lodge; above, we fek silenceA doctor can use a word a I mine, I pleaded. for climatic reasons It Is available to farm'at Pine Illand. and left
11.< ''t the* opportunities Carney was the South pleasedwith affords fhis brethren mourn hip departure from yard long wits< :'it him or anybody else !j "Get out! If you dun't I will put treat the rond-wlta tile-Men of Its last- yesterday, accompanied by Mn. O'Berry

us, and that we as Masons and log only through one seasua water gal in an automobile for that place. The
e : and particularly among I I knowing WhB i n> means, but if thetnlitor i you out"
y I f the young mans was tar Is l to a valuable have
tender heartfeltsympathy I expected prove will twenty acres prepared
hereby our "
terested in the town of Kissimmee a neighbors uses one he has to spell It. 1 If a doctor | 'I 1 ran out and the man was very company
dust layer, and guy extrusion of Us and wi'l all
fur cultivation
father mother and
to the grow
to see another man's wife tiecharges j Three days after a neighbor
renter.Potter County goes angry. ,
rapidly growing In tutu direction.The
t' use Is bought to lie
i sister of our departed brother in this for the visit; but if the editor ( came in and said, "Mrs. Tuttle, your 'rvaI I kinds of vegetables as well as field
t I Journal, Condersport I value of coal) tar III the iire .
J __ hour of their great bereavement; furthermore goes he gets a charge of buckshot. I! Ned's just been ..went out of Leonard's tlon of tnacadnui roads and as a dust ] crops| to demonstrate to prospective

tJI The first:csse of pellegra ever known we Jtiereby extend our mont When a doctor gels drunk it isa case I'strop i no drunk thattie ran hardly stand" !" preventive Is proved ty the fact that purchaser adaptability of their

[ '. in this city became known yesterday hearty thanks to the W. M., Wardens of being overcome by the heat, "and if I 1 I ,. .What! my child, who is only tehI In the, majority of-cases tbe"life of a lands for that purpose. Mr. O'Berry

t !,."',40 when physicians pronounced a disease and brethren of Orange: Blossom Lodge he dies itia'from heart trouble; when arv I I years old-' ,. Yes." treated<
: 'f from which L: B. Steinmeyer had been No. 80, F. & A. M., of Kisnimmee. for editor gets. drunk it's a case of too I I I 'The child wan picked up\ in the leugtUfued, and by applying tar the gratulated upon securing his services

luft'ering"for several weeks as the their kindness and courtesy in conducting > much booze, and if he die it's a ca e
',. ,l" I dreaded pellegra. Mr. Steinmeyer who' the funeral services over the remains i jim jams. "-Exehange.I ( i four days before he got out again. 1 aneuormous expense has been avoided.A hotel, which is a-.guarantee that theguests

stet [ resides' on East Hill, was taken to of our deceased brother in an I|i then .went i into Leonard's shop and great drawback In the staudardIzatlon of the company will be well provided
I | A pu'bll spirited' citizen of E cambia of tar treatment t Is tile Iwj i>"ssltlllty for'
: r Mobile a few day. ago, his local-physician able and excellent manner. i said "You gave my boy Ned drink. _
has just signified his i intentionof 1 1I .. of securing a uniform supply
; suspecting his illness as pellegra, Resolved, that the secretary be Jn-! i I county I "Get out of this, 1 tell you, paid
donating $200 a year for four years ,, of coal tar. Coal tar Is purely 1.11.1product. Mr. C. W. Hoffman of Latrobe. Pa., .
these '
,I and yesterday it war learned that thel structed to a copy'of I the man.
I add tbe by which' who arrived about look
\. \ )S physicians{ there had not only pronounced resolutions to the family of OUf departed i to pay the expenses of a high school I I ,f' 'fsaid. "I don't want you to give It Is derived are never processes rub with reference I this country over with ten days aview' ago to investing i

r... It a well developed case, but brother to Orange Blossom LodgeNo. ( graduate or sub-graduate from that I II 1 I my boy drink any more. You have << to the quality of tar produced in a home, called at the Valley Gazette

i that tbe pat lent has only slight chance 80, F. & A. M., and to the Kissim- county to the University of Florida !'ruined I my husband; for God's sake but solely to obtain maximum yieldsof i office yesterday.:! lie is delightedwith
J: I St. Cloud at Gainesville. is to be given to a I II ,hat he has seen in this ".section
Gazette and the
Journal. Mr.
of recovery.Pensscola mee Valley [r spare my child! and I went down upon gas or coke.
I who has not the and says he finds the summer weatherhere
I boy means,
Steinmeyer i. a son of Rev. W. H. Tribune. I indepery my knees and tears ran down my cheeks.He much cooler than in .
4i = Steinmeyer and was a resident of Kierrimmee H. D.-COLvN E. E. LlVERMORE I i dent of this/ money to take the counwi, I I I I, then took me by the shoulJers and ntful-Man. Hoffman is a.valued Pennsylvania.Mr. subscriber to
his Secretary. Chairman. 1 This is certainly a most.benificent gift "AVbat did be say when you. promised i this and well
several years ago when : Kicked me out of the doors. paper, was pretty posted
'1 and will be not the to be a sister to him?*'
appreciated only"by I before he came down.
< of the local Methodist *- Then said I
father was pastor I pointing directly to my
tt 'Disgusting Affair recipient but by .the University 116 looked at me earnestly for a mo-
r talk of moral
church. friend J'Young
manypu ment or -two and then aald that It
't I
all friends of education in thetState.It"will / .
rw A dirty bullet headed negro and .a lIua"lon1 Suppose' that woman .was-your would be much more consistent If I Old papers for sale at this office;
f r., .If the citizen of the many enterprising beefy' white brute have annopnced that I j assure to some worthy young 'what would do to tile 20 cents a hundred. .
mother you man would make It an a"Dt.-. Cleveland: .._. ,_.,,. . _, .
Florida want to eee,,real { man a start in life that he could not jimj.jLmj
town. hi would meet and %
art.other" He '
they pummel one who kicked ht'rT" jumped right off Pia III DeIIler. desk .
i ? :and general otherwise obtain. Th 'benefitl of such ,. ..,.... Large blotters for sale at this
push, 'enterprise- energy -
and the .
4 filthv matterhas
r. carcasses; his!\, seat and said 1'd: kill him) ..That'sJloral '"' office for JO cents.
I activity all done upin the same package, taken on a pnaseof national' impor- a gift reach far beyond the'amount of I suasion-is'it( Yes, I'd kill him. Old"papers for sale at jthis office. c.

;' just come to Kissimmee. We will show tance. One might fancy to hear some money involved, which }i/. in itself just as I'd kill a woodchuck that had .
them sewer pipe and water mains being I people discuss this affair, and to note liberal. Let us hope that other public eaten my beans." .+.+.... ................: .

laid all over the city blocks upon blocks the it is in the spirited citizuvi of the State will make'lIimiiar
prominence given daily Now, we do not go us far as that ; we +

of cement sidewalks, being put down, press that the destinies of nations. gifts. : do not believe in killing or persecution. o A..EMIL t Standard MACH Oil Co, ERNEST MACH .

It' new wooden and concrete dwellings goIng hinged on this contest of brute strength The Kissimmee Valley Gazette calls J but we believe in prevention and Pro

:' ., '". up in any direction they may look. between these two thugs.All attention, to the fact that in the last hibition. :John G. Gough. 0o MACH: BROS. .
ti',": main business thorough'f -
J r ,5 Broadway, .our honor to Gov. Gillette of Califor- year 140 dwelling houses have been built, I' .
tare, lined with'I brick and stone to goy nia, who has declined to permit his "
'. t six new manufacturing enterprises established ', The Pioneer Plumbing Shop : Livery Feed and Sale
y t into buildings now In course of construction state to be disgraced by this I lowest fix new brick store buildings finished i I Stable :
!i afhf the bu&lest, swiftest, liveliest and barbarous form of II I moved-into its
priest gambling; a school building that cost $30- I Having new quarters I + Agt.
lot of business men they .,r saw they Internatipnal Harvesting Co. oo
and the people of every state should see 000, many blocks of sidewalk have been on Orlando avenue, next to Wilder'sphotograph I

; will also have the pleasure of drinking to it that such men .re delegated to.Make laid and a complete system of water- | gallery; the above concern -A.X-X. :nzx-MTDs: : :HEAHAVS..INC: : : +. :
'th_ purest of 'artesian water,, enjoying\ and execute their laws:: as will works and sewerage is now being installed 1 i is now opened for'business. *Any busi

the coolest nights and most delightful prevent' such disgraceful exhibitions atacostof $,0,000.-1ainesvilleSun. j ness-in the plumbing line is solicited. & Everything new and first class.] We render prompt and .

days to be found anywhere, and then bring held in any part ot: this country. ------- ---- .--- ----- I I <_all and inspect our good" What o satisfactory service day or night.
they cane; truthfully tell their; children Prize fighting has not one redeeming The sparkling artesian water from we do not carry in stock we are willing o .

1' and their grandchildren thai they at one element to recommend it as sport It the wells of Kissimmee are largely the I to procure at short notice. '' ONE HALF BLOCK FROM PASSENGER DEPOT S
time visited the healthiest town in the I i. abhorrent to decent people, corrupts 1 cause of the wonderful health oj thin Live and let live. : Kissimmee, Fla.

tLl .tea . United States-Kissimmee. Are w Ing to public morals demoralizing to town, which has been truthfully called, Watch us grow with Kissimnrive.P. . Phone 113 :
_"The healthiest town in the'United
", growing? WeTre"juii\ flying: the youth of th;'land, and bas less ex- States." I I .'6. Box 628. 26t !! OOOOOOOOOOOOOO..$:.........

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;, A People are just waking up to the fact'that the Kissimmee Prairie is a storehouse of wealth. It will

:; give generously to the man who will expend a little energy, arid a little intelligent i labor on it.

-- \ "::Where on earth can a man find i an ideal _climate, such as we have in the Kissimmee
Valley -
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S w hf'' bination with a rich soil that will yield him from $1QO to $20O per acre per year, and yet buy both ,soil

1 fr and climate for ONLY $2O.OO PER ACRE. .

That is what we are really selling Florida, soil and .(;climate Without the. climate the

on .the riot produce so abundantly, and on any other soil the climate could .riot be so beneficial"u a

i M,; And then think of living in a climate where malaria and heat prostrations are unknown
e and where
fr. there. is no coal to buy or chilly raw weather to endure Get away from these things. What
BeautifulKissimmee I I of enduring them when it isn't necessary. use


:. i ', and $20.' per month.. You will get TWENTY ACRES OF FLORIDA SOIL AND FLORIDA >

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{; l r ,* wormsHUNTER os well. Our best tracts are closest to town site and the early buyer gets the best 1 01

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The KlsslmmeelVallej Gazette Ayes :your shoe from A. S. Gilbert. 'Dr.. S. 'W. Downing J.,MeCraclten carload of )iorsbs I ';
.. stock: low prices 5tf trip to Tampa this "
yesterday, from St: Paul Neb. ;'r' .OCIETY. '
*" TKUEPHONB NO. It. 'PJIO!01r'lnaU: the latest styles'! .maxJe Mr. A. A. Loll of he disposed of eight of them the HAPPENINGS :
at Wilder studio -jetfGo the day. U usually take hjm about i ,
city today.- ,
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day. to dispose .of a carload in
to J. M. Post to Met your jewelry Dr. J. Q, Moore market I I IAar
=BY- ," watches and clock: repaired 23-ti} night from ,his MISS ,INEZ CARSON, Society Editor' .
*, the negro murderer1 of : '.
w. B. HAAFUBp Get your flaelor the fourth from is Savage, who escaped from. the Ik.' 'J ,(' '.
Wore n i MM Mat !"'*'Sir wra'br tffncfetW.. place.l..47
4' hisdrug
-- C. W. Danm, 27-lt Lucie county jail' wa recaptured ; 1\:" :
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week and paid the for hit I
penalty .. .rMls.Grace r ..
r I Have you Been the 'Umit''ln -"W lJt Mr: E. A. at Palm Beach last J
Friday. Chandler I II in Ella !
visiting Miss "
Over May. Gilbert I II having a -1:
_. Jut arrived at C. W, Dann'a.Eor new concrete -f tone .
WeatherReport < town. -N, most delightful time in U til la theguest
- .. J. M.,:Carson having /receiveXi ma *.
Sale::A': good mtlk-cow i and calf. bakery. ..., i admitting? hinCto practice ...- of Miss Margaret .Giles.Mrs. .. 4,

Apply to G. M Snyder at. Okt..Donegan Mr. Little and ", in Florida, went up to Jacksonville Mrs..lC. A.' Canon,JC. A. Carson,Jr., .. '/
Following) an the daily tem. place.. '''--27-tf' Plant City are the week, where he will vbe associated I and Misses Annie and Inca Carton Jim Griffin. and her two attractive , '.. "

,i perature and precipitation a* 6 6 dose a Graham. his uncle N. P. Bryan, one of .the >'I leave next: week for Hot. Spring Arkansas children spent a few week in .? .
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i the Government will cure any case 'attorney of that city.,. where they have' taken a cottage Italia Beach this past month h
'by of Chills. '
reported and Fever. -Jiev. '
price 25c. 146moPrentt J, T Mitchell for the ummer. ,_ ,.. .. h
station at KI" lnm.for the da thie week assisting J. K. Stanford, brother of the -. *lM '
Philathea Class
of r
sells Kimball) and the OiodUt t
week ending June 80, 1910. See him at The Home Store. meeting., this Henry week T. Stanford, arrived In the Mr*. Bunyan Stephen and Bun- church entertained the Baracai-at H rs.A.' ,
from Texas
tl-tf Mr. Herr .,C. { to look after yan McClure Stephen arrived home Tiller's beautiful lake shore home, Tb.evening "
MAX MIM. tare settling up of hi brother' estates
last week, after a most enjoyable visitto was enjoyed all
: as they
the Florida Electric her Mr. Stanford
Friday <.. . 87 69 . List your property with R D. sonvllle was in.the- cousin H. C. Stanford.i I. the guest!*" cf Mr*. Stepnen parent at "Seelby- played games and then cut a number
& Co.'for quick sale at State Band ville KentueIC): Mi Stevens met them of large watermelons,
Saturday . 91 68 r .1
building 23-tf Mr. and Mrs. J. W. B. Mal' in Jacksonville. +
n on and of her ,
Sunday , . 88 72 ..06 "
Don't Bradentown, are the daughter left Tuesday Mrs. Bullock had little'musical! -
fail to call at Wilder'. studio a at '
;, Monday : . 89 71 .49' and see his work and get prices. All Single tary's mother for a visit tj Washington, D. c.? Miss Alma Griffin, who has J been visiting her home on Clyde avenue last week.. ,,
'Tuesday? . . 81 71 86 work guaranteed. 20-tf. re she will meet Mr. Makinson. in West Palm Beach, i I. In Tltusville Mrs. Bullock ''played the violin,' Mr*.
Mr. Walter Rackle i
Wednesday. . 85 72' ") together they will go to Mr. Ma- now. Although she f'a miNed by Norton, tWguitar, and Messrs. Edgar .
93 72 Wanted-Several men to clear land. old home at Clinton, 'I old home% Hayre de Gras. Md, tier many friend here, they will be and Howard Kate the first and second f
Thursday month's vacation.
or.r they will spend month. glad to know that the Ik having a /
J. E. MATTOCKS a mandolin. Mr*. Norton sang a few .e, .
26-31 at )(iss. Valley Land Co. .office Mr. Frank Rogero : most delightful time. lections in a matt effective way. She ',
ri: M. F. and W. H. Smith, of central and those !
- -- evening- the city has a lovely voice '
You wont know,what a pretty baby and friends. Ga took advantage of the A moonlight swim was enjoyed by present had a rare treat in hearing her I
rW N you have until you have Us photo madeat excursion rate from that section Misses Kathleen Peacock Elmer Smith, sing. Punch and cakes were served. '

Wilder' studio. 26-tf Mr*. A L. Florida last week and spent Kate O'Berry and Messrs. Beauchamp, Those pre : Mesdames Norton :
f Grace, of Miami and Saturday THE LOCAL FIELD: The finest lot of Sweet Cracker m friend in the city old friend in Kissm nee. last week. They were chaperoned by and Annie Carson; Messrs. Howard and 9t j'

town go on sale Saturday.25tf Mr*. O'Berry. Edgar Kat.&.' -v\
L- City Fruit Store. Messrs. Wm. M : .. Mulholland, aale."a&ent for I ., ,:
.. - cano of Tampa spent Hunter Land Co., leave today for .
", For Rent-Several: nice office I 4"
"" : room .
Minn. and other
in Fraternity Hall. Apply to" C W. : the guests of the Mi. northwest. to ,be the points remain-: Rev. S. W..Lawler. presiding' elder A full attendance is requested at the

Wade, the tuner Orlando. Dann Secretary 27-tf Mr. L. H. ; of the Bummer.. Capt.gone Hunter will of this district, held quarterly meeting meeting.01 the American!} Woman's r
at Creek church last Monday. League afternoon 4"oeJoclc<< tat
dingle Monday 47
crete residence in here and look after the local af-
Pictures framed at the Home Store. Have you heard about that candy In ; of Service* were held in the morning and the Chapter House. A letter to the -
the new City Fruit Store? Try it, ]tic nearing completion. the company duringhiB'ab.elce.! afternoon ,dinner being served on the Chapter from the president and delegate .l-, '

Remnants now on Bale at C.W. Danrv's. a lb., 2 for 25c. I was surprised too. Prof. DeWilton Dennis Blennis Sr.. has i rounds." About thirty-five people from to the national convention Mr*..
25-tf pur- liissimmee attended. will be read.
Flag! flags! at C. W. I>tmn'.. 27.It ty Commissioner in the JH. k
Office fixture filing cabinets and singer, are city. next to the residence of R. D. t
Mr. Henry T. Baas,. purchased this
Remnant in lace and embroidery at labor saving devices of all kinds. Yaw- on which he will build a dwell- W, C. Baas has moved his meat
Mr. John Getz left week, through the agency,of M. Tiller, market and barber shop Intel) the new .'
C. W. Dann' 27tfDwellings man & Erbe make. See Prentis at the as soon a* the necessary arrange
ria, 111., and expects;: be Col.\ W. J. Sears' residence, on Main brick building on Broadway which he J) to
Home Store tf first of next year.Mies can completed: street into which he will move his\ f am- had erected for that .
. recently purpose.The
for rent to M. Tiller
apply -
C. W.. Dann of thelI ily next Monday Col. Sears and f am- finished& with
Sewing Machines Agency; for Singer: ; Eva and clerk >cal building was a special \ ,;
machines Cash or on easy payments in of Woodmen of the World, re- I lily are at present boarding at the, view to cleanliness and sanitation, being i
Frvh Salted Peanuts, 20c a Ib.2Ctf 13,00 per month, Machines rented. spent and friends.Sunday a check for $1,000'last Monday I(j raves house. thoroughly screened from flies. and "-. .
City Fruit Store 21-tf The Home Store. payable to the mother of the late insects, and the floor are of cement. s
I ** Mrs. W. H.l. ardin, T. Stanford, in settlement of The Valley Gazette is pleased to ac- Taken altogether, Mr. Bas now ha .
For fresh fish, phone the Hull Base Florida Schools for Florida Teachers.Let ; in the postottice, left death claim of the deceased against 'knowledge the receipt of an Invitation one of the-most up-to-date markets In
Market, No. 189. 19-tf me find you one for comln1urm.. a week with relatives order. I Ito the marriage Miss Mary Catherine this section Klorida. l
HERBERT A. SPEIR, 1 Bowman to Mr. Waddey Benjamin Kelley Mr. R. S. Jones, of Milledgviller r,{
and publications at and Mrs. D. Thomason which will at the home of the
McCall'a-pattema A. occur
26 t Sept 1 Marianna. Fla. stop-
Mr. Lee Thomas, ; Ga., spent a few day in the city this
A. S. Gilbert' 25tf over here this week'on their way bride's parents at Lowndesville, S. C.,
is his cousin, week, being one of the Georg a excursioniiU : ,
An intelligent person may arn $100 their home in Key West from St. on Wednesday evening, July 20th. MissBOwrnan ti .
cashier southern
assistant Florida. Mr. Jonesexpressed
Fot dressed' poultry, phone the' Rull monthly corresponding for newspapers.No as, where the doctor Jbad been will be remembered as Ana of to ,

Bass Market. No. 18$. 19-tf canvassing. Send for particulars. Mrs. J. J. Woodall attendance upon the meeting of the this county's popular teachers, who of the Valley himself Gazette to as a highly representative pleased
Press Syndicate, B 2245, Lockport, N.Y. Dental Association. While in 1 taught here a few -
night for a visit of years ago.
Agency of the White Star Laundry with our state and especially this town. ;. +
at the Home Store. Phone 154. For Sale-6,000 acres of land on main her friend, Mrs. Mrs._F.they G. Thomason.were guests of Dr. and Mr. H. D. Gefger, who was formerly and stated that it was more than probable .
line of A. C. L. railroad close to Kis- N. I with the Valley Gazette; has just com- he would make his home her be- \
Auto Livery. day or night. Call S. immee. Fine colonization proposition.Price J.Mr. fore theyear was oat. e. 1'
H. C. Stanford S. H. Bullock and Mrs. W. L. pleted a course in law at Wake Forest. '
W. Downing, phone 156. 17tf $H.
Mutton fresh, fat and line, at the H. M. BREAKER & Co.., merchandise stock Mo., where they went to attend 1 before the Supreme Court at Tallahassee Monday night from New York City >
Rull Bass Market, phone. 189. 19-tf 27-2t Kissimmee, Fla. ford Co.Iljiss of the American Woman's for the practice of his profession where he accompanied Mr*. Willson, a "
Mrs. Winn came by Dayton, | in Florida, was' a visitor in this city few week ago, to undergo medical 'k :"
Spend your cash with us and get a Kissimmee.Prettiest; \ Corner and location Half block in Mary on her way home, and spent. 'yesterday. lie has decided to locate in treatment and a change of climate\ for ,1p .y. "
net of dishes free. A. S. Gilbert. 25tf 871x150 her home in Orlando days visiting her parents. Mrs. Kissimmee, and has secured offices in the benefit her health.' Mrs. Willson "J a,
from Courthouse! Square, 3 blocks frombusiness most delightful: week who was also a delegate"fromlocal the State Bank building where he will found the people In New York ,and ,v
Coupons given with every. cash .purchase i' part or the; town. Six oak room and relatives. chapter to the convention, hang out his shingle in a few days. Mr. other section where he visited deeply (
redeemable in dishes at A. S. house, beautiful magnolia, live and spend the summer at her old hem) Geiger is an unusually talented young interested in Florida, and thinks the ,;' :
. Gilbert' 25tf Chinese umbrella shade trees. Lots of Mrs. W. B. Somerset, Ky returning. home i in, I man. and la thoroughly equipped for a influx of visitor and homeseeker will .!
beautiful flowers and ornamental shrubbery ters, of Gainesville, 'I fall. successful career as a lawyer. J be far greater this season than ,..t. -j bread everyday, also fancy in the yard. Price $1800. .city to spend some . , j jfin'
!cerieB, fruits and candies at Mrs. 26lf NFLSON REALTY CO. J. A. Bandy., -- ..
Regero's.. 19-tf :
Messrs. Daniel McCallister and Gid
Dean; two Orlando militiamen, spent a Mr. Geo. E.
For bargains in resident property, taking dental I .
truck lands and orange groves call on few hours in the city Wednesday with of .
Pennsylvania, .
Mr. McCallister's parents, leaving on AM
II. M. Breaker. KisBimmee. Fla. 4-tf the summer vacation
the evening .train to go into camp at 1'W.

After November loth wood will be Chicamauga for ten days. Mr. P. F. Leach .i
$1.26 a itran delivered. week from St.
Lake View Property-90x150 feet,
Kissimmee Lumber Co. sections of West
close in; good location, fronting
lake nice ;trees in the yard. One two been, spending a few !

? For choice 6-acre suburban home. story 9 room house one,7 room house. The Valley Gazette ,.
1" tracts, see KisBimmee. Gardens.
m Would make good property for Homeseeking ,
:,t 20-tf 'J. M. Willson; Jr. house purposes Come and 'see this spending a card from his vacation Dr. J. .

liS For Rent Furnished. or unfurnished property; it is a good investment. other mountain '

I'h house of '7'Brooms,' electric I lightedthroughout. 26tf NELSON REALTY CO. lina. : 1 S 'i'
Address P. O. Box &546. ,
16-tf. Mr. E.,W. Bowen of. Delphi Ind., We are requested, =OR. .,':, ," .
arrived i in the city last week to look after the "Talent Tea" .

)For Sale- Cow and calf. The reason his large holdings! at Canoe creek, been held at the
for Helling is that we have no time to where! he IB making extensive experiments Pfann this afternoon -

care for her. Cheap if Bold at once. in growing feedstuff8 and in ed.till next Friday. INVEST'INO.J
23-: .tr Lone Slar Ranch. stock and sheep raising after the latest ',
improved methods.Mr. Mrs. L. W. .
For Sale-One cylinder Caddillac from A. A. Loll, t'
touring far with top curtains and lampsall G. M. MacDonough. of the, real Graystone Garage, .;
estate firm of R. D Waring & Co., left '
complete for *360-a bargain. car, the first of this
S. G. DOLIVK, yesterday. for a business trip to his old to be sold in 'this Will be to your interest to see ;\, ,, ':
26-21 Orlando Fla. home in Pennsylvania. Mr. MacDon- 'Ij
ough is well supplied with literatureand -Mr. Julian ; "' '

Weean sell your orange groVe for a reasonable statistics concerning this section ot Hammock, has "
price on short, notice. Lint withus Florida, and will do some good missionary ing car from Ross --
and allow us a chance to verify this work while away. will use in his -
Btatemtnt. 23-tf R. D. Waring & Co. the Southern (:
Mr. A. B. Jarre. will leave tonight KISSIMMPARK[ [
Anyone anywhere can start a mail for a ,ten days' yisit to his old bume at Dr. T. M. Rivera ,!
order business at home. No canvassing Barnett-.Ga., in which he will combine Park, Ga., last week
Be your own boss. Send'for free business with "pleasure. He will be ers and the children .
booklet. Tells how lleaoock, A 2144, joined,at Jacksonvilli! by his daughter, relatives for some .
Lockport N. Y. Miss Phyllis, who has been spending nied them home. :
some time with friends at Lake City, : ' f
- Nice Home-i jnile from Court house and she will make the trip with him. -- Our Launch andAutomobile ; ?,
inside of limits. 10 of good ., ..
city acres < : I
Moon Louise Thoma- .v ,-. -- . _. ...
Eloise -
land, pretty grove of pine trees, beauti Misses < --< ------- ----
-locatiqn.. Five room house, fine son, Mildred Winn and Mattie Bell Moving.l "' are at 'I, I' : :
place for poultry farm with plenty room Harris have returned home fr im Tampa \ :1'
for trucking and raising citrus fruits.26U where they attended the state convention ,
I NELSON REALTY CO. of the Epworth League. They '
report a most profitable and enjoyable l your command : M:
j Wanted-Ma with small saw mill tolocate' convention. The meeting will be held

I in good boundary of timber con- at Orlando next year. .. t r .
venient to Kissimmee. Splendid opportunity -
sold the did wooden building 5.Kissimmee
I for the right man. Mrs. Pilley .
J.' E. MATTOCKS I on her lot on Broadway where she ', ..

2C-3t at Kiss. Valley Land Co. office :I will erect a brick building her drugstore N I ,
to J. A. Lancaster who began: every
Little Farm in the City--2 3-4 acrt*/ Monday tearing it away. Mr. Kelley, ., .Vy
dose in ; clean, nice land in high, stateof the contractor for the new brick building .at "

; cultivation; excellent deep well of will begin work as soon as the \ '. ' ... ,
good pure water. Four room house, old structure is removed.In \ y. .
tool house. Good location. Price 42,000.) "
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26tf NELSON REALTY CO; Ga., last Monday afternoon the wife \ h- \ ,
and young/ son of Sheriff A. C. Freeman .
For Sale- Arthur G. Dustin strain I of Arcadia, .were instantly killed, } I Ia
white Wyandotte cockerels. for breeding and the other occupants, of the car, A. \ '-
-- purposes, 82.00 each. Orders left C. Freeman and L. L. Camp, of Are
r wrlh Waters Carson Grocery Co. will dia, and Dr. Robie. of Monticello, Ga., -- .
be filled, qrcall at Pinedale Chicken' were painfully injured.The --
Farm and see them for yourself. '
2G-4t pd Seaberg & Crawford. E. L. Lesley Addition, which was PROGRAM ( ) : : Valley
put on the market a few months ago -

Finecountry home with city:i privileges, by Meagre.! Donegan!: ana Lesley. ,, has 1 .
limits of Kiss- i The ,
2.1J! acres adjdining city proven a most gratifying success.\
imnpee, can drive right off the premises: lots, with the exception of a Very few {
onto hard marl road. Can look right that are too low for residence property, 1. John Land Company
dofcn Main street from front door.: Six have all been sold, ant) four new residences Story of. .a ,
rootn house, "needs some; repair; ser are now being erected by pur- --- -' .
vants' house in rear. Good. variety of chaser 2.: "WILLIAM) ,
ornamental) shrubbery in the yard Good .
horse barn, cow.stables, .chickenhouse Capt. A. G. Hamilton, supervisor for 3, "THE ; .. '
arid yards. Deep well of' good water. the A. C. L. with headquarters. in Kis J. E. MATTOCKS: Manager KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA
17 acres in cultivation I stumps,pulled simmee, has purchased a lot in South 4. "
from remaining 6} acres, nearly ready Kissimmee through the Nelson RealtyCo. ERLANq." I F
for the plow. 240 bearing orange trees, and is preparing to begin the erection -
some peaches and other fruits. Just of a handsome seven-room concrete
the place for a nice home. Time can residence. Capt. Hamilton will pegin Performance -
be had on one-half purchase price if' building a* soon as he can make,the PRICES: 5 ( .. -
desired. This is fine trucking land anda necessary arrangements, and expects
money maker. Price $4000. to have his home ready for.occuyuncy NIKJLIS &: v
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: ZtsTO.TIOIHJ-: The Orang Outing. I Hampervd by Conv.ntion.liti. 'r
.. It la n moat Interesting sight to
-- Washington was crossing the Delaware I
I :i: Notice II horeby.lvab that th"'IIoW'I''W.4o.crlbe4' Lads. 0" tin much Ihureuf .e will be watch tin Drang outang make Its way river at Trenton. f : :
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.' __..., opt.' 0.\. thu ne tc' Willi through the jungle. It walks slowly :
"Of ha 'said. I don't mind
t auuh.ateand ...1..II.IIIW. will be.&d lit puhl.fI oh'tjon on Monday, she t.t dMY ot Au8 u.L t. course,
I.110.Infront oftheCltyll.l1door. :: atKla.lmme.futaeCount, yofOe-'., and' statentFlorid.. along the larger branches 1t\-1t ml. -standing up In .thin boat and gazing; :

,. .' .... ..'.t'a I L .u erect attitude, this being apparently sternly In .direction of tba unsuspecting -
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.pla" akln7": "r -.".M I'"'' 4'1','t I t 'm. 'r"J1 ,, ,' I" ,' G caused by the length of Its arms and foe, since the artists insist on 1.I SIZE AND QUALITY f
-' t the sliortaess of its' It ,
tl ntc, lrrlow np LA..n it = t nWNellI legs. invariably depicting me la this absurd attitude

li I 1. I" .., 81 elects) theme branches which Intermln- I but the blithering chumps ought to Our! citrus; booklet* entitled FERTILIZING FOR SIZE A'NDQUALITY
gee with those of a uelghborltfg tree know better than to paint these blocks
--------------7-' "f"w I I is now. ready for distribution. Th articl.-\ on ntru.4< culture
k ot I. 4. I 2ia+ ter 'IA huluukw, VI A I '0 I on nppronclilng which It stretches out of floating Ice projecting a foot above I M. of special interest at this' *a*>n when Size end quality ,can b.-
M"11I ..I.... 1. 1 "''IW 'tea. 10 ,, V'II"', u II I ", Ire lung arum anil, grasping bought. '' the water. Any mini' with an ounce so easily influence.!, and. when the grower ".. keenly realizes the Im-
'1, ,.,/ 8w'401Ile.' ol"e""It I"i 2'h1 31. nl, f1nt.t,, I. D 71 oPI( |>ooltp. seeniH. rlrst to shakO them as of gumption knows that the Ice In,UbI'' portanoe of producintj a fancy pr<).luot,
Mw 1, 01 uui w'( of nw 't aI nd .w
,,'11' of 11so IW I'I.Dd.,,'f nI' MW" Lt' t''. a7P say'' Sunil"V !II I 1'\' .., If to tent their strength and theu deliberately river Isn't elgbt feet thick.! Following the article" IH! a full lem-riptii. of our IDEAL! formulas
v f ttw, !, or..w. ). 14 27r .Lh' 10 nx1.R"> W II ,, .'"1 1W14 BwliiRa Itself across to the I Angered by hose reflections.., be fell for '
or DW' si" 2'1." 4r NI Job N'L Ii .It8w
ao of owh hew II trip 711 r..I wi e next branch which It walks along. aa I upon the Hessians shortly afterward Meal Fruf i.-nf \\'ie Munnie
acme D .Ido "I to, l 13 4Iw, 'Ie .11 M. CIvIh"n'I. 11 co .1 before. I It does not Jump or spring aa with extreme: : ferocity.Chicago: Trto- Jt'' & r.'s
, , Special Fruit and fine
$alt uf.w.1.! I I.7 $1. lk' 1'1' Ifx"' Mrx I I.tb.'lIn n W Manure/
Bea tie ror or test o. uw14, rune ..fI7d"'WH)1'I ;; monkeys usually do. and never sp-
x -- -_ $.11 Io5Z1x, a/1Ul'.I. :::01 s:, toe' f I', Arnold. w'r :0 genre! to hurry \Itself unless some real rpenll' I'1 Fruit alit Vine Manure
i :Netyof uel( 't'f.""" rte 4N Ih..J N r. a h une-Th.
B} of.of.wl, lop I..v ..w'c.r.. rnn.n danger": present.: Yet In splta of its King In Wrong. > li'' & 'T's: Iltgh Grade Fnul ami line
HO rd... pa: ydx. 1111 v..w .L""o rd. t': .iS.. die ...l Pn.i I .. 2 "l apparently slow movements It gets 1 J. Booklet 1
"Tbe do no quoted RESULTS FROM IDEAJ. .
Lou IoJ..d s.0 of lIen.y AdditIOn' sub' king eau wrong FERTILIZERS-
t DIYI.OU, uw'a' :7.I.. 'lito 3''" :t'''t UIn.niP 1 u\, along for quicker than a person running the wise guy. j I gives pictorial proof of the merit of above brands. GET ITT!
,' Beg aweor ro"'Kof Iwl runo a 137 forest beneath. Call local
.....18t1. ydx,, D I$$ y.h.. as :f. ::11. s Perxor. lark "I through the "Oh. that's all rot!" retorted the slm- | on our agent
. 4, r Mf! of ae',.. ... . .. . :1 :ix ..klen ...,II va II.II 1Jr i I ,.dNw ,' pie who bad been up Iota the WATERS & CARSON( GltOCEKY CO.
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of uw:' I .L1I: eel at P.rl.'k. I :tlJ
[ Let l ..,.... .. ". . IU xis: 3Ie '.9vllvan.' W 1\ .Ir .1 '. Th. Poppy Bee. I night before. "Suppose you weredrawing I S or addrfiSH
aOf{ MIQ. x'J 25. .... 'lAJ Parker. Jack- ,,' ..... 10'' The poppy\ bee la the artist of the and wanted
NI"OI' ny A. I.. DI '24.1\ :JIIelO: RMtIR". "ram' .. H .19 honey makers, though she build her I either a deuce to a or a seven spot."-Phil. I Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Co. Jacksonville.

Set4.. ... .. .? ... 9 ,1.11' 2'lolt4' HIIII..L.'M"I.. .. 5 .17 neat In a hole In the ground Record.A florida ,
,,, W"of a wls, o[Swli and wjj of wy "t .. burrQw"I adelphla, I---- ___ _
tncbea. __
down about three
Ing - __. __
i .wl( .. .. It 2.0 :eo"e 10 'site. H""r' . oj 3.of __ I
% sal ...!/.. .... IH 2\0 2'le 10 $tep&enx. F" M t Y: 61 bottom abe makes a large Train. Wrcker.Willie's ;
Jelly Ii 10.' I" wu 0 not'. and ..', lines It gloriously with the scarlet petI I
and se'of' 11"y .. . 8 2ttn: Cie 2"0) 17e4Inrll Cl father Is u minister. Willie.
21wlc:: ot lot I, ...d.beg 53$ f.. sad I\JJ t Ills of the red poppy. She cuts and ''In violation of the law. of the house- .

jtw1i,fi W'of 11'U,6i&orol.lull.r4, 0 17"'tll rune<. bo-IIG1'i- IS 1.1. "Ir. IV""oll Alfrtyf ., !I fits the gorgeous tapestry perfectly. 1 I bold bad entered his father's study. iN F:
_ 8-"ot.'J4.) .. .. ... .... .. JU .;.t7..tII P..h..r.B N' I""n.s ., then partly ells the cell with honey I Ills father protested. I BAsS
Lot A. ', IcJl .9Ok "(:r'r.I lays an egg folds down the red blankets "How many time. must I tell you

dlvl.loa V..mpbell City.n.Ir '. I 2r" lie! :: l".r".I1h.. "I '..1 I IIAn anil, covers the hole ao that It I not to coma I lu here whea I am busy"
I. bloCk III, !tUDume 1 'the demanded. "You must piny' somewhere I
It LotIO f tad ".XI..l.l'I1m..U.bill G. .R A4ckll.H .P DrouKb&II A.I Tll.lmax. WCIh'y J I ..4r bee to look after (self In Its rosy nestThrilling. pise. You destroy my tram of CONTRACTOR and BUILDERDoes I

Lola.hood Robtr.oa'2... .. ., .. .. ... ... Wilitama Lucy) . 1 .. thought."
.. saner Mrx Lydia I, '.I, hung his head and departed. I
+ LoW t bile. [. bbwk' I Ihota Iii Willie
Monk. 16. Ueulden Ileury. ,. 7 7. Sir John Benn recently related a Half an hour later however bo General Contracting Building and Furnishes Esti- r

a..137'y.ft.Hili' fO. f05ft. P>r I1 ot lot ts.0 rIOfr); t4. I story of a boy who was asked what he ed up to bismother."Mamma.'da ... Jmates on Structures of an size or Dimension, whether
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: Net'nek IV I. I II. t
1' and C. Addition would like to be. you know what I it. be a Two-Room Cottage or a Tourist Hotel.
IJ..5 AddltlOU
Robert ;, 1v of bla.k. I I The boy aald. "A lighthouse keeper"The he asked.Yee; / -- ,
a4DLiodoemsk.r..nh Unknowu .. t "
Thomlwuu."H- :4:1.1,1 h schoolmaster asked. "Wty ." the other replied: "you area ; Makes a. Specialty of boring ARTESIAN
; -r0 -.q.9.C All bl"'k and UL. 7 8h..lm.k..r'. .hodl..r. i The boy replied, "It would be so nice dear, awee /little boy. "- 1 in which he has met with the greatest J
bloet all.. .. I'ukoown. 2 n to sic up at the top of the lighthouse .'No, I'm ndt." the young hopeful declared of success
Lot 8 ,nd''"loll, 8hIWtI.aker'xx xn' .Ilv I in Florida.
_ .. all tbe wrecks going to piecesbelow.Dundee
ofbk)(JtQL. Rlveno. July !IILol.lll.l ; and see ; "I'ma/ train wrecker. Papa
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"II. LLa1u 7' -
: M blOt'' 21 Advertiser. said so.-Brockton Times.
q Let g.blo'k'EO.bomk0'Seal:; isAl 'no..owo( I ,uI Give him your work and it -Tr- ,

I i BeaaetortutlMonkbninen loot 97 1. block fl. rd I I.h.....trick'597 n"M.nhPW'Addlpnn" 7tft A.I w wItron I'Pteh" ..villa J IV .I o''.'.1Unptetk'd I I Lacked Something. '''On Hi. Own. will be wen and quickly done. TVlSSllTimee, Fla. -

4.e11Ja .' "Dey say dot dill yere radium. can "While I II t t was engaged to her she
BeI10 f d. n of aw qriser. "t ,w'4'' 01 turn a cullud pusson white; said Un ,made me give up drinking, smoking
..w'of wk. run.' a A$ ydx e Ally
yds. ..4414'yetiw6'J' 7.1. I I. '.. "1<. 1 t'nknoa'n' : ; do lUHtus. "but It caln't make a complete and golf. Last of all. I gave up something

Ih! of.w44 ow. ".10, 2.s:w _Nr'Io ,0,p r.f..I'a".. hrup..It J..A h .J. I'NBeg.e \ art finished Joh on It onleaa It on my own account. ++ M +- .++++++++t++4-M.++4+++4++++++++
8-i of.Kofnef1or nw ru, a D tl.4)- ftw kin wipe out his appetite fa' policy, "What was that?" -' tt+++++*++H.i ++++
48ft..af01L: j a 42on :V ;5. :sae to Hnro WH. KMtot. 22" f
rtu'slramons an' possum. "The girl. Judge's L1'.Jl'u.ry.
t ,, 1 1az l lector' 0.... <>ln County i Srnr. $ THE CASH STOR

a n ________ Marvelous Measurement. .
". -- Feminine Bliss.A I
1ft -- Much Is beard of the wonderful In- wolDa '11 Men of paradise: A pocketbook ) I I
Florida Maps.
is struments employed by science to record full of money a bargain sal. First Door North of Postoffice

.,,. Upon receipt of 25 certs ftt the V..Hey HENRY T. BASS the slightest tilts and pulsationsof and she'thp only) customer in the store. }

} Gazette office a pocket): map of Florida the crust of tbe earth, but few have Smart St. : I

will 'be mailed to any addreaa in the DEALER IN any Idea of the uncanny accuracy of *+ There you will find SHOES, HATS
,t those Instruments. For Instance<< one ,
( United Statet. We can alao furnish Groceries thyself :t DRY GOODS AND I
r maps of Osceola county at tl each, and Staple and Fancy such Instrument will render observable / NOTIONS, all ofllbest
less thud t three-hun
a tilt of one
4 --,- will be glad to estimate on aectional! maps dredth of a second of an arc. This live with b-Marcua Aareltos.'Old ,I II $ quality and lowest prices.

of any kind. AND OUNTttY PRODUCE means that If a plane surface was tipped I .

I up only so llt/le that'The rise can be bought at this officeat +
papers Call Before I
Old papers can ire l;>>ought at this office would amount .to a single Inch In a 20 cents per hundred. Just what you Buying Elsewhere'
They are I !
at 2h( anti per hUl1pred thousand miles the Instrument mentioned
need under
to put carets, matting -
neeyl to put under; I would reveal the tilting.New tyuur + +* "+iii+++
'. the very 4 +++++++ +r++++++hH ,
etc. +F11w
if matting. PHONE 1T8 York Tribune. +$ I +,++++i-+...+ iZ
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Keep the Kidneys Well 'Fherc.inoprob Proceedings'of the '. 'running thence souli to the aQthwelt': missioners 'TIIJ.Alf' j.SUtilUKissimrnee '.'" .- : j

corner of the southwest quarter of Xhe Ian to aid .
No. 21 meet
.l lem of increased Tempi ; . 1 I
1 ,cost northwest Quarter of '.eoction 15, and tween! ; Thursday''afternoon at 8 'ctck, .

Health i*> Worth .8*v I'K, ..4 Some tif" food I ifv' ')" County Commissioners) .thence running east to the> present pub- "B it the fourth Thursday, at which .. .

KlBBinne* PeopH'W..w How to you eat lie road,. aid proposed new road to be .. meeting will be held at 730. *'

s.v.Ii '4 '--.- 1>- forty feet :wide, twenty feet on' each I land l>earU. E. .
more, Bryan, M. E. C., .
Many'K! .:* .; *im9Yf* people. take their :. KlMlmms' Fla.'Jun 6, 1910, side of said described* route! And the tendent of i Mabel IUOrentr.* 'K. of R. 'AC: ,.. .

hand' by neglecting the ;The Board of County Commissioner, cleric was instructed to rive sil landowners j I arrange to I 98CTOIA) CAMP VO' 19, W. O. W. .. .- ,
lives In their .Quaker Oats legah notice that it h the Inten,. that .
kidney, when they know these organ. : ,< for: Osceola county met in regp- tion of the night Second and; fourth .l., :
board to establish least '
Sick kidney are napon.lbl lar fcBsion on the above date, there being J'Ouf.lal' -: ,* at 7.80 p. m. 'rj;
need belp. 'An ideal delicious present E. L. E.I I *public road at the out regular meet" lars on tii H. T.' Stanford\ C. C. .' '... .. .
Lesley :
:) for a vast amount of suffering and food;i ; chairman ing of the .:;
there I I. no need to lu'trerto L: ,D. Ovcfitreet, J. S Stratum, Elmer board. ,The Jerk: was'in- place first; W. B. "Jehnson, Cleric., ; .- '
ealtb.,but " ,
jll, ) appetizing '
; strengthening.Compared .. R BM and.J. H. Walker commission tructedsto obtain all-necessary information "Be it .. .. 0.
noir remain in danger when all dl..ea .- .. j'lJ
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the .
regarding ownership of the Board of '
tf.. ancfachel and pIns and.i due U'weak with. other er The*. and minute Arthur E. Donegan. auditor. lands effected from the'-abstract! office. tothes_ 0. Howard Post G. A..IL : . '" 'J,
can be quickly pennanent- ; last meeting were
kidney Iv cured by the ulle of Doan'a Kidney foods Quaker Oats costs 4 read and approved.' I Tax collector's poll tax report showed the MeeU the first*and third -Wednesday .

4 Pill. here '. a KlMimmee' citizen'srecommendation almost nothing and it The following bill were examined, the amount of 121.00 collected during terest they each month at 2 p. m. .
yet the month of :
I approved and May. FrateJ'tlIt) Hall Visiting Comrades
warrant ordered
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A. M. Story KUslmmee. Fla, builds the ,best. There .
Mr* "1 had aavere pain In my loins I C L Bandy, oem ta:* collector .. ... 81 ViII I Mr C. F. Prevail, sheriff, filed certain 'lf1a1IT invited. .

I lIa and> I4u1l: languid feeling. My kidneys Pscka4! racalar sin pack..... .sad ia tr- C Millar' com M treasurer,. .. .. fie 70Kl charge against the. janitor; Mr. Board adj DERBYSHIRE, G. E. TAKBOX, .. .,
were VNsak and the secretions from ...UcaiIJw lias lor hoi cUaaalaa. aZ .n Telenboiw Co, rent phone . 2.SO R. D. Daggers, which were referredto ular Adjutant. Comjnand'er.! 15

these or caused me much nno- 11* 'Tlioa, npi poor /ana car* paupers ra 00 I a committee consisting of Commissioner ; ---.. .- S .
finV taking Do n'. Kidney' HA Van A(new, legal Mrvlc 20 MAMbnr S
wee which lN cently! obtained from K: KoBHcan, elm, k aud auditor :SJ 00 Stratton and Bass. After hearIng ARThUR Preaching jBljSt Ooud : . :
j Pills K I) Drtgjtn, .. . both parties, 4he committee decided
the fc ssimme. Drug Co., the pains in S. BULLOCK: janitor 32 50CPPreat.4'arsJsj3 Sunday school{ every "Sunday at. 9.30 .
back have celUl*. and my kidneys 12 80 that it was best >o ask Mr. Dnggers to 5
my have been restored to their normal con- U F Kribbs" county Juo . 24 00 1IIe)! his resignation at the next ? m. Church service 10.30 a. ra. and .. .
dition. I have' also regained my lost 1 B!!L 1-wiler. commliiilour 4 00 mf4'tlJ1gat "Sir 7.30 p. m., also) on the third Sunday '
time the
and energy and Vn feelingbettefeve J I H 6tratto>>, com and millatf 0 00 whicjvi board will appoint writer ". each month at S p. m. Christian En-
I have no-he.itaton. REAL ESTATE J R Walkftr. .. *" :W 00 his successor. here '
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way. every Sunday at 6.80 m. 'fl*
p. ;
that Doan's Pills are l\.r' E. Cogowell office sup V 05 Communication consult ..
In saying Kidney *>fmm *mmfMT*%* w Bt* %* I from the State Bankof .'
1 ICIui Malley Uajcett*. printlnc, etc mi 40 '.
effective kidney remedy. ; read 'My / ..
an Klssimmee .asking
dealers. Price DO cts. INSURANCE'fxaminatlon / J Z lU.lj.rmon, drug* . "0 was the are at desk blotter lOc at this of-. .
all ; -
For sale by Co. Buffalo N. Y.sole M J Hick, ...raI viMt to .pauper 14 00 board to provide for the outstanding tf' ; .
'Well. .
f Foster-Milbum : 5
the United States. ..GrtTea, nails .. 2 M warrants that were past due; and Com mysterious .,
agents U W A,.htc>... roa 1..r..lI. *M 04PIu.uii -
<} missioner' Stratton -
\ Doan's and of Titles reported that he had
Remember the name- a at any '
Olcnotw loading mitt A74 00 0<<
II take no other.. \\. & t: (..roctrr Co. f.....i inuln* 100 *i) conferred with the various banks, and there C. BASSWholesale '

11 =-== -=- Specialty. C Bucket*. lumber .. > 1JO ft':! filed with the board a statement of the born, a .

11.I. + 1'II.cleI\C'pr"!: 1,uoi 0... luiub 40 00 county treasurer's balances for the past left .
4-l-4 i
1 8 H Ba ber. road, work 18 M with the State Bank the balf dozen ,
year showing and Retail
Correspondence Solicited. 1 II C.: Itarr.)1.) reed work'O' > 25 Aha' . ,
I : l J C 'rtmn. %blacfcnmllblnir 7 WO average amount of 'deposit- hand; Holme,' : Dealer S

'li CRAYTONEpu .W II Maklnnan Co rood nuvplim. Jl.; MlAmer he also filed a statement showink tpe tlear. ) :.

tfricul Cliem O.. ftrt 111/-*! 2',1 1 (4.Jhiitinicy tax collector's avfram daily- ba\an.l .. .

I FLORIDA REAL STATE[ [ FOR SALE OK-euia ,drum I uu After Home discussion i the board instructed j '
All'TIII nAI A r 'Bapi. feed K. (/.'. a.. -Beef; pork ...and'-
the clerk to draw a warrant
() TCIiaualer.ruvd; work t> UO" "There
2.60 to 3.& per day. t C Beautiful winter home sites situated J T Ald.rmmi, pod pork i 0; 01 upon the road gund for 9,000 and upon ':'Oh, 1 .I

I Special by week or month. . in the Lake Region o; Florida. T.I lv.,:road' pay roll f ]'.I W the revenue fund for W.OOO, borrowed "Do you : Mutton .

i and Lands in A \'ance d I'o tkcletoii binder 4 XIWm money, which amount was sufficient to today ,'
.. t. TMIIIIII*, mp t. 1PORTU. HP. ; ; Trucking Farming largeor Sore; *. rtd work 1(1( J.r
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rI ++''Mil.''I..I.+++++HH"M+++++++ small tracts. K.OVI Or.T_. iudx .> 16 take up all outstandink'warrant.s, and their I
I MaI4 Jll'o'. 1I.'lIlre' .. .' X' the wholc.matter was laid over until "JJj ; +\.
Kb.Drus Co.nulw 4 10 the neat meeting.Mr. .
:........................! List your property' with me for quick .K/HM/ trlepbtinu (.o, toll .. .' :'*'> D. F. Kagey requested< that he two and .
1 sales. K L I> C\er ie .t, com Hnd rnlk.r* .> tK'' genuine
: ATLANTA JOURNAL J W. I. Win! ,o.dl.t" ) atlentiuo p.uj-r H OU be allowed to redeen th ? outstanding lief."- W. Griffin

Tom Ircy. dltvblnK 9i JVstaU certificates\ certain lots in Runny. ,
1 1I f Bhrik iuter..Kt JQ warrAnt* !'i"MCi2aad mede at a flat valuation of five dollars. ..
TAMPA TRIBUNE J Box 176 KISSiMMEt, PL A. Kj l 1I S 5t05 1Ia..". lu-- <>n ..>rrnt. No l t-1 The question of shortening the route .
TIMES - . of the St. Cloud road. Between St. the debts
I OMreulu Tt IfpUtilie Cw reMttlnfr |H>VfPwh F: GrocoriosAND
: SATURDAY EVENING POST J like l.0 Cloud and KiRsimmee, came up for discussion -, paid? ;

: VALLEY GAZETTE J Osceola CoulltyAbstract C > )"(flUI1. ad( \.lIe.> on ,marl 100) (XIKuiellauk . and, anumber of citizens being -
freinblon cUt tt I 17 -
present, the board called for the expression :
# Others, Coming.( Papers Delivered :: 1L Caiu: |1.10 lll. lp Ht-K (XT .0.1 I .-.' W) Dave a )
.. of their views, and after I Home
TAKEN Sf Jth4nu.J.uavn) I .2000 It, throw FRESH MEATS:
i Company Frank Cro" ...., ilwliin: !*> JUSt dission, appointed a committee of the muscle
..< Dank ol KlMi VprrOMrd l 10000 00 : .
UIOUHV following named to confer with
.. .. persons
\. en you.- .
f CityrruitStore | now' 00Trankfcr the city council on several questions: .
P ., .) K fund filrmrr; .lbau< UIIU' 00 4'S
T. M. S. J. and Com- . .
r II \\.n.I...p Iig Off N )M JO 00 Murphy, Triplett . .
JaHH O. P. CARRtTT. Manager. ......i t' Brounon .. .. .. 51 (II) misHioners Stratton Bass and Over- [ Delivery.Every Day at Any Hour '
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Jxvld tauh-r.on| S 'N 10 00 street.1st Patronage Solicited
C: Ii JwIJIO"oa.M..oollfBJ-hle ...rnee ,;.\\Ii:
Real C K Frall, f.ed prtMUUcr -'I'll'' to on. the selection of the route and Of the Klssimmee Phone N.. 8
H. JBNK1NS estate <, : ...11..r. wiluewJ "-.46 report an alternate route;
[% Titles examined: and repoi'i l on .
Taxes paid for non-r liidt'nt8 ( (rllfin wliuriw I U>,. 2nd, to estimate the'c<*!t cf the road ---

Instruments relating to real estate 1A Rnydi-r. 'e4tne.. 1 011) ;:ii3. to the city limits; '
1 utber Jouek. wltnvMi .. I I'Q '
carefully I drawnCorresp3nence' 3ti'; NU estimate the cost inside of the
"Lsi' liricg. ..110_ I ::10) >
Surveying and ) Solicited.Bargains. Prank hcarli'tl( v.ilim"" V MlVIII city IItits; Artesian ells

( \ Morrin, wltueiw I 0 4th, to cornmuicate witn tile property t'L
Julia !U., 11ioiupou. HIIIKWH I 00 Bunyan ,' I
owners regarding the- rights of way;
Drafting <. K KrlbbH, ICIHI flinty jud"..Court 14 DRILLEDANYDEpTH
l r l'rc\.tt. .. .. .. .. HU( 0; 5th, to estimate the.amount' that the Sunday . -. "' "., .",

0"(54.I* Pluul1''." ', llruw. P04001)-rb ;'. county would save; '. auperint 1
Let Me Figure With You
O FFmrl, ll<.gram. '.' N Cth. to confer witriUie city council, ' i.
J II. I'rcvutt.; wLt,,_. .. .. .. .. S' ((0Ir8A'1'1rnereitl1.eI and, if possible, obtain. S.. proposition. Prayer I 'GmranteeSatisfactlon! .
.. ..... .... from tb m. B. Y. B. "
In all)) kinds of Real' Estate / ", 00 ,
Fire and .Life ]Insurance and t4 Alrur. wltnvu' ( ",,' . 10.. .. looMay / S. J. Triplet), appeared before the Visitors : .'"' "to 1 I

ko. -rl..wll..n"\'f.. : ". .. 100 board and asked for ,Increase '
.f'.I an Hthe H. N.
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Armour's Fertilizers.Rent :
I '' 3 L Moon, salary aoj'lvm'ty}',$*< ..e'' I I WISh to.tell those that are ing and Collecting Rents a ife IJauk. lut..fout ou....arrant :X.21'I I U :38: subscription to the Kissimrnee' Va S. S.
contemplating building that I Gazette but the board decided to ;
Taxes' for : ,
the best Specialty: paid Pension application of Mrs. Hattie : Sunday
have-found and procured present 'N .
with the number for
on -- -- --- -
sand in the U. S. for making N.r-re S id en ts. I Wha tY, and also. of Mrs. Elizabeth S. i Parker, .u ,
blocks. Call and see the sand and : Barnes were examined .nd approved. the present.. Cibrjstiari ***********************:i _:'

the manufactured product. R. O. MEEK Commission as notary public of C. E. The attention of the ward peing call- Preacb [ toi
Never think of when building stone a house nice Yowell in the sum of five hundred dollars ed to the vacancy in the county judge's I Sunday at' : LONE STAR :
house of wood a :,
office and the of
costs only ft to 20 per cent more Kiwsimmee.-' with N. C. Bryan and M. Katz bond "of the'necessity incoming judge approving1the adjourned Prayer i CHICKEN ;
and is fire.proof, water proor and aa. eurglies was examined and ap I Thursday
vermin-proof, and a house for a ,, proved. tti meet again at the call\ of the- Sundays at : i RANCH . 1i

life tine." Commission. of Edward Addis as no- chair. to approve the bond of the c un- Visitors .

U Wtfk K MitcrUI CuaraPteri Flril-CUt ,& -.'- 4k" ty jugde, and transact Such other buni- JACK 'U-HNSON Propelelse' 1 -
tary public in the sum of five hundred I ..t'"tViceli. i

Kissimmee Granitoid Works r" M.: TILLER 1 dollars, with, S. Hyre and G. W. Penn ness as might come before it. J

as sureties was examined: and ap- Two mile north of Kisslmmee
KiDsimmee, Fla. June 28, mi) >.
.... : Real Estate Agency. I proved. AL, N. on Todd Place. .
The Board of County Commis'sionersmet S
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Pistol bond of J. H. Walker with
................................... Young Tmdall and C. W. Griffin as I in special session on the above date days of eac! 4 7 S 1, .

4 Realty' bought and sold. sureties, was examined and approved. ,, at the calf of the chair, pursuant to ad- p/ m. PURE BRED .-..:. if'f'

I Houses. rented. Pistol bond of G. 1. Barber with ,' journment'there being present E. L. / Bible i -
<-c- "
-sxr. L. Lesley, E. L..V. Overstreet. J.S. Stratton \ R L Reds and I 1 'if
,Taxes: paid and Titles ver- .. kies Bass and G. F. Barber* sureties, 1 ,
Commissioners and Arthur E. .
; j
ified for non-residents. was examined aQd approved.Paid ..
Donegan; clerk, for the ) of : -'
purpose approving .L.
.I PMONS S3. KJaINMrI.prI . I Fite. Ufe and Accident ]In- warrants were ordered conceited Brown.Leghorns" .
the bond of T. M. Murphy, an. evening' at _
PBOMBICT. FLOIUOA. surance. from the various funds in the following .)! '.
of other business' ,.
., transacting such as Prayer "
-- -- -- -- L- Indemnity Bonds. amounts: might come before it. -. ery Inspection by the Public Invited. I ,' \. ;. I

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W. W. CARSON, D. D. S. aur. K<.d ... 2tJW &tluta The bond of T. M. Murphy as county .......... '. : .

.KNTAL PAHLQHSIIVKH \ "d Forfeiture j U 11 judge and judge of the county court, in "

.* BUILDING Tax collector also filed his report the sum of one thousand dollars, with Jas. T. ) },

OV. O CKOLA PHARMACY! showing the following amounts to be Frank Vans Agnew and H M. Pfann Preaching M. W.1LLSON.IR., .

..o... w. L. m BUlOne'al collected in the various funds: as securities, was approved. evening. . .

rI PPIC.. .4ouas)1gw) taar. Ktvenuc t I'14'MA: Messrs. F. F. Hunter. representing Sunday : ->-.< .
"sI5o.I I I..!. 4(1 ( NOTARY PUBLIC... )l ,
k4ltt .',' 1111 77S1Wi.I the, Hunter Land Co.; Mr. Coldern, STATE LARGE. I .
bIfI 2(1 I ( AT : \
representing the Co Idem Land Co., and Prayer

T. //ft. RIVERS, /p. D, 'SDNo2 8 KIJN"D No 4 t .. . :.11 HI I\Ii\ 41Treasurer's V6B :MlH ) G. I Smith, representing the Southern night. Real Estatfe'Agent. .... ,,- '

.. Colonization Co., appeared before the Choir ;,.
AND SURGEON rtj'yrt, showed the following '
PHYSICIAN] Estate Board and called its attention to the !:. .- FLORI1JA -----;- T-2 :
balances on hand for which he .
Omce over Osceola PharmacyPlJONKS' I bad condition of the road between Peg- .1'.1I .
filed a certificate of deposit from the ,
(He81J:!'<:e &3 horn and Whittierandthat if the rains.. S
: ( OFicel4r.F.G.Thom! / bank I..DU.: held up as they are the roads would be Hev. W. S. .HARWELL ; .
. .., HIMUfl Services
"I' Flu i l r'orfwltarwhool practically impassable by automobiles.
<- funilLuriTl't 2'LI 54 at ]) :00 ESTATENotary
I day
KISSIMMEE.. FLORIDA I..-."t fauilrtuittl 4424 I' These gentlemen, on behalf of the various -
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SURGEON ssio. :.1 . 11555s5L1r40.4 : donate to the Board of County Commissioners services. over i"b>bersoD'* Pharmacy '
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PHYSICIAN '/ It) IU Guild .
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ffice Phone 64 Resldencel: J. W. THOMPSON TotalTreasurer I :18111. lars provided the Board will use a Jike I i I

Il I- n also filed a' receipt from sum, for repairing the road between

lI l- I the Bond-Trustees showing the amountof Peghorn and Whiftier. work. to com -

Il lI I-l- rA. VANS AGNEW two hundred and eight dollars and mence immediately. The Board fully FlemingCLEANING :
Il I-l- T FUNERAL DIRECTOR sixty-eight cents. __ realizing the amount of settlers these Orange : .-.

II lI I- .ATTOKNKY AT I J. H. Walker asked for a change in companies are bringing into the county A. M., I

Ito toto I ,AifD NOAARV: LAw..l.l.. // 8l1d' the road in his district, and stated that and the large interest they have and nights in. PRESSING .

toto LICENSED EMBALMER the county surveyor has made survey, ,the necessity for some work to be doneon .Fraternity DYEING

.. I of same. Whereupon the following this road passed the following resolution J. M. S S
.I.. resolution was adopted: : W. M. S REPAIRING :
.. R. J.; W. SIMPSON Resolved that it I la the
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I.I... .. DENTIST.I the board to change the publici'road be- and Whittier. is in a bad state of repair; I JC I II I

Oppoaite.Ceurthouse tween Alger and Ft. Drum, in town- and Friendship word at my: house and cJot.bei '

'. Upstair in Kate Building. I ship 33, rang" 34, follows: Beginningat "Whereas, the Hunter Land Company -' Wednesday will\ b. oalU l tor and returned
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without his trousers and th.' oldest- ceeded to a neighboring t-lephon. and i I- ----! Notice .
,. FIGHT TO JHE DEATH I boy was ill. attempted to communicate with Adjutant Humor and I Notice iit hereby Biv n that J 1* O..t.Tn ..-. .

The children being taken. to a plai-e. General Scott at Atlanta. He trier***. Price of Farm Land Fifty AiuMMMnr 'for O"e,,ola County. Florid, willn.ret

: .f safety Captain OeLanlt .alt tn demanded was unable to talk, however, and in Philosophy Dollar an Acre. I with th* ,Hoard. of, County CommiwiioiMiTV at

Georgia Desperado Defies the Law :: l thai Boatwick !Surrender but I,.whimpers. dictated the message which Mecklenburg counly, N. C., began to the m&Pweat.p.purpnM of reviewing m. on July and UK.wiualtaintr A. [). till the).aavr0ammt for-

the repiyxWaa shot from the be- Gained the (;..npral to order build macadam roods.
4 Officers and is Killed only a Adjutant ., D -"CAJ" M. .1M'TM thirty years ago for the year 1910! : and Kill euntlnua' in
finally seiged man. Then. the ;soldier' fired a I I: the, troop I using the direct taxation method of 1 _Ion for thai i>uriH.iw from day t t. day until th.eqiaIhiaLbe .

by Military Companies volley into the I lo-wer? portion, of the !: Bontwick .l 4' tally died with his boots. : raising funds. Today that county bas I.C'.m'.lp. II bo t.o ......_".., ..In..

: house. A mom.nt1r officer observed -i''on. and not until' his ammunition which PERT PARAGRAPHS. I 20)S miles of modern blgbwajs. from the owner or .....nt..r any raaj.mtat nr p.rHofial -
'I A. a result. of tame glxxj( \ roads farm prooerty the \aluc of whl -h nhaH have "IxjenrrtansraH.
c that a shingle hadJn< remov.dfrom he had! replenished by forcing/ one of .
Irinvwille. Ga., June 27 Fanatically mistakes I. values hare reached that point where nef. or
the roof this probably\bemg done :!: hi* children In face the 'tire of the mob I JJAKINCi\ a thing irrmnwblcli I \I itn...u my hand and the enel of the Circuit:
defiant even whilp the shadows of nolxxlj has a patent yet (M) nu acre I. regarded as the minimum
fire "to I|I and Court thin l"rh .Jayof June, A D. 1WO.!
I by Boatwick. in order to better take a pUtol and cartridges from
lands aDd and
death closed around him and volley after I price-of such (73
of friends act If
I some our aa we wonrInfringing I .
( .r.l ARTHI'R K MOA.N. 'I'lnkNotice
A hail of lead thrown the of the dead >
I advantage. wan I body one pf K140 an acre the maximum. A few
volley from the new Springfield rifles of whenever we chance<>
J State militia companies made a sieve i.into the mol, followed by a thud wfiic tli. WAI>d, did he cease office..s'l In error. years' aim $rux' waa regarded a.. an. exceedingly .. to Creditors
indicated that Bostwick had fallen to- Almost in his last breath b..1 prke for acre of
he sent high aa
of the wall of his humble home, W. "ik-o i Ic iv'-n to rr..lllo..... b..M.
the floor. Observers then called at- shot the direction. of the invad- I Meckleuburff l.nd. No' r there arefwvery ,
in '
titvaj We all Want to see the world hsyaccordIng .
Boatwick the white desperado who H'I : 'I..lrlh".1 l l tu! ik.tar V Tom!>l. Av ifin.a.dreease't .
served his last Sabbath day by the tention to the fact that an object wan I I era. \ to oar own prirate red,,",. frw- tarnne fat the county that I ....... ',At'U .1.1[ |Ktlnt4 (l aIatnie-
thrrt t' for less than. I
seen moving through a hole. in the floor. No ,fired can purchased'<< inaU lit the. ate,,. namef tait,. and that all
::4 der of two officerrs of the law and the and fired in that Hirertion. a"stjpt was p"cpptbysol. The trouble with the deal. is.ltdoean't ;so. and no great number irre for NIle I iievluigclilin. an.,lnMfc the ..*ta... mu4pranclit
a volley was square
diers. A h dozen
& in uniforms -
I i serious wounding of three others paid young men at that price.' them. <1nl j ,xitiu nMi-atwl\ for MiMUmcnVvrlthixi ,
'-L the 'penalty of death shortly after A rush of the 'troops was then ordered.the I. hurled. ..msplv"8 against the come round often enough Tbaa \la the e-nperlmce; et every' county ttm titna. prfM..
I 5 o'clock this evenning. He succumbed belief being that Bostwick had door which. Raveway under their that constniets Improved made In KiMimmee, Kla.. TUARKKCI a MlNX.

? to many wounds received from the been injured, but thia wan stopped by weight. With drawtt--pitltols they leaped .those The who best tblnlc people- In are the tile world bralnlentand are-. tao face of such hard Carte: why thepeople April :!:!. I'Jin.. Ailmlnintrator, nf ul
a shot from the building. which struck row of a mud ridden> eowrrty heer-
forward to ehcBunTer the
'. volleys fired into the building early in only remains beet looking they know.
the night by a mob of infuriated citizens James Gill,' who was cared for by a of a bloody mattress which, half person tate to avquire Improved roads la"tturtrge. > Notice of L .ten tion to Apply tathp. ,

? or from tho.e of the military physician wrapped about Bmtwick's body, rolled People who work their tongues most Mecklenburg.. M started bas Honorable[ Minor S. Janas.T f I
been baird In. roads for tbdrty :years,
I which began an attack at 4 o'clock this DeLang'a men then fired! into the building :I half way through the door. The man are seldom those who bare much'to di> I levying a mad tax. 'i Judge <>f the Circuit Court

: morning. Almost -at the same time several times.. Several men then I was dead. His head waa barfly torn by with theIr hands or' "bonds. Now the people aTe agitating| for a i ofOsceolaC unty. Flo.r-

Sheriff J. P. Mclnnis of Irwin county 'attempted' 1 to enter the. building< but I bullets, and others had pierced his body. bond huiie to carry the work on- mere ,

? who wai" injures! yesterday while making were' greeted by a final .shot from B8at- The soldiers had fired volley after vol- It la not possible for the recrnient t. a..lnl'y.snd at this same time to Impror j ida. foxa Charter.2Muliue .

a desperate" attempt to remove a wick.: The Albany company then appeared -I lev. and the wonder i. heso long escaped take a compliment-. tor Just what 'It la streets within the city of ut hur* by ...... thai Uus urulivaivirwd ii%*
worth. tend to apply to the Honorable Minor S. Jones of
on the scene, and a rush was a death wound. Too house was lo ttir.
fel1 officer from the of
range I IF Ch."I the Ch-ruif t' Bo twick'. deadly fire, expired. James made from all directions. The doors wrecked and torn by the. flying lyullota. I II Up br-Dat "Santa F. to-wit ihfllJthdayof July. ItO, fur a chartar-

: Gill, another Officer wall added to the were broken open and Bostwick was Furniture WAD. broken kitchen utensils I According. to a. prominent Kjtmma for a corporation to be Icnuwn, aa tha' seat Piaa

1 ' lilt'of. wounded during the early mornI found upon'the floor and although ha W'er** shattered. The children,were! pro sr City oewapsper. '8 modern highway ,'byteriait..hj..tol Church: aid of St. Claud, 'I... tha characterand
I ; ing! fusilade but it III believed-that tie had passed the point of- resIstance i and t"P.-T..1 by poled up" furniture\ and' had 2TS: miles long through the-."sbort grass. : fully ml t. forth In eorparatfcm.the application to fanned and propoao baiter* i

.,,,, ,WIU recover. ; and could _not even give utterance; to "apentth* night on the. floor reasonablysiif'e.frornthe v': : coimtry" lu, western Kansas "would not chatter now.ant Hie. In the office Of the Cl.rl( of the

; "\ \ =Surrounded:; by six little children, his. thoughts: the expression! of }his fe'atures .-> : bullets. When the littlew'oary a only prove an Illuminating object les- Circuit... Court of Oaomla. Count. Florida, aad. .

whom be held prisoners almost to the was one of death defying deter troop of' tots staggered fromtht ..I a in so afraid'< lion for thlt, entire state but tM' alt *: briefly donrioad aa follow: I II
1p of .the country\ as well.! The people of I lu character la that of a rellainua aocirtr, .vtt,
erd of the siege Bostwick who had I mination. He had fought the battle of >ir father' home this morning they burglars. ,
western ICunnaa have started a moTn- It* objoct to provIde lu membcrx. with the praaahinic -
: Ufe and al,1In..t., butifhi4 [ declared tij! had not v.rn Bostwick "TlioTi refuse to ..
declared his Intention of dying rather I eup.rhuman admit all- tReat to nfforil the world Just that ob- of the li ptl. the aJrniniHtrattnn of the 8a0nun -
Ulan submit to arrest on the charge of I I n.rv< failed him once, there was Idea ng: the m,,ht. Thjy were hungry I l them JfCt: loiinon. In rOAd building. From I ".nt. and In help in the extending of Christ'
11' ((.......1",,, LhrouKlaoiiL J world.Thu .
attempting to murder hi. brother-in-!! no indication of r.h. fact. Death claimed a.>d 01. .. w' l-e.sei>n crying a Die little I Newton to the Colorado line It Is proposed -
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the 16th ii t of I.., .,. I"t'l.<
law, fought th- battle to the last
Knowing that death was near the rush ef the troops. .'". wiiiiohi< / ) were wailing to oare ... lit along,; the Arkansas. river and cull I i-H, I, t. Mc&NDU" <:. ",.l al I KM ,_

and the ;'or. tlii-rn! ,. / It "the New 8int Fe trnll."
allowed the
desperate man 'finally The Sabbath day tragedies I Io
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fear-stricken children to leave the final battle scene occurred four ni4ee. .
Pnopar.d.e I '
Aut. .. F9ae tel Muid Rde.ol'Jten !*, om-lm..nt nf 'the Interior UnlfH State Load
house. However. after they were west of this village. In the crowd that all should, lay by something for I, <
4 under. the protection of the military gathered around the beneiged home a rainy day." The LJttl " (37.t'otu\ the auto fee paid into !IafMat.. 191n| .
.' officers! refused talk of the of the "Should we?* Nursing a. flre bet Is sulky Ni,'lire l/n. ....hy uiven that l..iwle L. Fertle.06
t they .to I were the most prominent women May be the flniwt of sport. I (the suite fund and, to a w eU knows
Whltticr. Florida, '
irho. on Aoril th. I'm, mad.iCmxmt.4
events of the night : community. These did, not remain at "Certain IT Who for excitement wa crazy construction company of llackensaclc, *
Entry: :Mo. ::1151rl.1( No. IWW! ) Colt
Capt. Charles A. DeLang, commanding ,the scene-, for the purpose of witnessing. "Then I am all to tbe- gnod. Waiting Wouldn't around put tip while with thit shiver.sort. N. J., wore awarded four contrast, wS! of BW''". B.C 2\> and e'fc' of M ',. sea 290. to'ut.xhip .
"Fine! Flow: much hare rot? you '
you I amounting to that sum for work: t8 be ....
.. the Fitzgerald Guards described I b/.oodahed: but their hearts went out to Juat tor a nicker of flame <1 "th. range .14 meet, Tall&haaeermuitdi&a.
; "Gum shoes a slicker and a bottle ... done on roads much traveled by New hu.filed l'te"tI..n'lo .
the children. who were forcibly! confinedin AM an aiiu ment. wo venture; I notIce of make Final FtY_.
r .. tk 4 uneven battle oif one desperate man of 1JJ meBt." I.. ,nom t> d'el<1
.J against an equally. determined. host in a the home. There were stern determined era 'at.. recent meeting voted to establish before the Clerk of the Circuit Court, at
'i vivid manner. faces in that crowd of fully five How H. F.H. Hope Hero, ww It ta are put told to'the springs tn.i. .t..rn.... a road system that will coat Klhulmnuw.. Fl<>rjeIL on the fl th day o/ July..veip\ :

Captain DeLang'a original instruc- hundred. many"of whom would< have "It to awful" said the landlady Watching th* smolilerlnt.: ember.Doina about ,o o.OOO and Lnnuro excellent t-'lalman flames aa wIt nenoes J. D. 7umbjta.w. .

.lions from Adjutant General Scott were defied the deadly- fire of tin, Springfield( "how everything has gene op." eo far from tholr b.. t. roads ta the district close to New ". MeCMIand. R E. Willla. i, EX Smith*., all
: .. Blowwlf and pokIng and acra plno&. of Whittle norlda.
board- <
allowed of rt la aald the sympathetic .
J' before would have one York.
I to await the arrival ef the Albany they OIYmll..the damper a turn. _ _ _ IIEMRT 8. ('HLTBLEaekt.r. "-
'the children to be injured. The attitudeof er. Knowlnc that coaxing la u.e...... "
before to '.
Guards taking I
Mpn capture .. -
the women resulted from a misunderstanding All of the aecesltie of life." Wb Boatwick. "Too bad prones hadn't gone up t i Intimate rolatton which elgta. Estate of C. H. Fotiataun.\ Dec'd.Mn ,
of orders i issued by Adjutant -I I Suet provoker of'tamper. .
Upon arriving at home with them." between good country reeds and rural I
Such Incentive. for tally1lw _
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hereby Chat the .
General Scott, who instructed the given utid ir igD<"1adimninrVator
bowever 'he found the mob in such temper I fro of mall! b"
} one enriches the ia.ngiiageTesipting delivery cannot t I.Misrronfrly or the mCa-Jit f
i> O H Pnontaln.docvaiMil .
3 that he deemed immediate action two companies not 'to fire from a d.s- I I Alt H* Wanted. the furnace t... .balk! emphasized. Communities will jii ;Mitu'lay, ttialith c:.r of 8 otfln -

( q. absolutely necessary. He first called tance and endanger the children. This "1 (got an order for a poem today." Men who In their are weak phrasing in tbe4r a. well aranmar.Shy .. I which would enjoy the latter mulct I II I ..ST nmt. mk>>l1ii.l._ ...finl of hIs actinlnlalratlnu -

r upon Boitwick to surrender offering misunderstanding of the orders caused I "When are you going to wrlta It 7" ETtojQuent grow and loquacious make and maintain the former. In nl.. adO est.... slid., apply lor \lute

: protection from the 'mob but the I Governor Joseph M. Brown to be.he "I ain't going to write It." When they are under It. .pell. many Instances' < bad roads hnvo prevented diu-berTo. an (lmlnUtrtAr.N.C BKT.H.' .. AilminUtralor.< ,

i ? recipient of many telegrams of protest "But I thought you said you had a>n the extension of rural free d"- Mmh Sib. I'lto. ) 11-iima .)
refused. I hlna
'demand was stoutly even Nothing 10 do\but"do ao .
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rl during the day.Immediately. order for It?" While It I. taking It. time. livery tl I) commanltlea where It was .. "-
threat to take
4%. though accompanied by "Ten but I got my pay lu udvaaee-." Nothing to de but thtnk dagfiera greatly desired.Horses. In the Circuit Court Seventh' 'i
> ( the accused man dead or alive. following Bostw ci< J t Steeped to the handle In crime. '
i! . The officer then demanded that the death. a coroner's jury was empaneled | Uaelaaa to frown or to whlatlo, Judicial\ Circuit OscqoU Coun vk
Qu.ry. .
Uaclusa" to stir at the crate.
children be allowedo; leave! thji' house to investigate, the tragedy. The vet- "Why don't wo eat meat?" Men of experience/ only ty. Florida 1 In! Chancery.Ravmi .

:a r' but Boatwick also refused this demand. diet was that Bostwidc killed himself j, "Because we can't afford It" Wrap in a blanket and walt- and Mules 'vi V. l..ia4f. i -

The little oneshad spent the- entire in order to prevent being captured. j "Well there's one thing that I'd like (;.rnnh"ll B row a I
fearIng he died from self inflicted i tioii Hoiiitf 1.,;.Ii,*,* 'n'fh.l.
T/ night huddled close to the floor, Whether to know. lid papers for sale at this offide. 'f
I tan'K>Ka Tniin. AIIIIH t,, remove
I at any,moment that they Would be wounds or received the wounds during "What Is ttr WrlRiit. of l.ynciib'a:: t t >' J..from tlthw-o' _'
of with citizens succumbed to'' "Who does afford HI"To awl Jacob Epntcin. tra'llnsEtsitlmore
victims of bullets' from the guns the fight or Public Road !NotC3.; 8"rl.ln! IfntlH I
the enraged people. : the fire of the Springfielda may never doing hn inciM In Ralfci-'
B. R. ...d.... .. learn 1ft. j I'
ordered his to : be known. Tne children doubtless esnnm : tic I. hrrt-l;T *lven thut It IH the vinteniionof 'It
men ;
Captain DeLang thfH
t . ltMi 111"'arlllll h mUvll! KI'p..nj"-t t/>
"Why do ? K. Bouni l 6' unt> onimtMai'' >npr at its
into the roof of the house I I know whether the father was wounded Sled in the abovn ataUHJ Mnro
. & Ire a volley "Do what?" mt inn 01 Auiruat ... E1)tAhng.: the public aue that < ampt>
p4 4 following which another demand for before the arrival of the soldiers, but 'Try 16 convince a woman." ix*> A iiuiwl 'hi right inC< Jnnnb. l Kp trn| tr.d-

surrender and release 6f the children' they would make no statement. Illitood mental don'tyou hip l ti, range 14. *a follow. : Betrinnmir .t a Ins ai Baltimore Harialii Ito',ice. the defendant
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altruist Slate
-h-' - The children tonight are cared for point where. the cvntro of the 'r.'ent nubile road arc non .reel.icnl' of the
who "
replied I
waa made upon'Bostwiek k ? .
: think ... *> ol' Flctrlda a"t. resident ChattaaooHayTenn
InIAl.* e<*fM the wrtion lin b.twe.n i -t ion* wnd
j- with a shot from: one of three weapons by. women of the neighborhood. Mrs. 10 nnd running thfn' smith to thV .moiilhmn I II Lrnt'hhll Vs. and tltlmor., Md skit are .
with which he waa armed. Then Came I B)3tisich and one other; child. who were i I Ever N w.Th eornr of the nouthvrtHit qua>rtr of the rfcorth- I o.erthe I *n"'>.' tv...ntv>n.. 7>-.... It la J *"* 1

f4.. another volley from the oldiery. %'h ch I f>,r.elto I Have home Friday did not old C..loned. IIlrl. althousrtt. not up t. w..t .........., at bccUon >5. Uivnce SaM to the II f,,r.. nr dat.. ...... be and are debT roqnrrail. to *rto th.
tie n: public road, aid propoard new mad to pp
i back there
that tonight.
ask lives .
Bostwick to > I
' caused get The co-by tram mod n don't pI. Bill' I of : .. before
be forty feet wide twenty fa t on each ."s. of Complaint Died In K ld (cusa on or
: The acts of heroism were recorded To chat with or sat with or ewing; on the
children be not-andangered. | Many .
r 4 of the I II I aid ,trbei: route. the lth laTOf July. A. D. 1910 nihirwiMthe
c six children then were permitted to I dun* the bloody, siege roost notable gateShea alwiy. In faihlon you ....t. I j* 'I, pane M and property. holler IntTen'm. ) are i St. Paul Neb., June- 7th 1910. alleia'innaof, H4 Hill wt' the' taken a* con .

! '- leave" the house and were tak..n incharge among these being that of Sheriff Mc- h.mhy .rotlMe 1 If thy have Any o\oJ..n.\ . to IS8immpe Valley Gazette, folIOed by oaid JefeDdautM. .
ftt. their with the board before It further ordered that til H order, be paVlnhodmo .
Bans p"'alll on or
oy the soldiers. They would I InnU. Seeing his deputy T. C. Professional Brilliancy. Kinimmpe F'11l.PI..ase !hi'("*
%'eek Cortiv.econsshuutvew.elcl) '
that d.te.
The oldest daughter fall, and th'inking 1e was mortally "".. is a brilliant man put a notice inyour ,
questions. .
answer no \ In wltne.. whereof I have hereunto a/fixed. m,. paper the Valley (iaxMtte, a tmwipaper. published In-
had the wounded Sheriff Mclnnis rushed from "Yes. I wonder what his occupationOld that I will be in KUaimmee .sal I and l
; Jennie who spent long.nightJIttempting .. hand and Heal 1.* ,offlciu clerk of said Hoard about July Conlty Hiate.Thia .
__ to shield the youirjpr, I cover and took Ba's to a place of safety -: I.. .. this, ''''th day of June 1db.ARTHUR. "*. Ut with a car load of horses and mules. J<,un let, I'.IIO.
4' e wound 'l'ul ting electr C lights I.thater'i (Seal) Aft'J HJJt 11:. UONBGAN,
of the received the _
t eriiwi becau-e one f yourtger ho-: ; and in 80 doing Respectfully, Clerk Circuit"" Court.IK .

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