Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: June 25, 1909
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00391
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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i BOND FOR $1200,000t the time being; .la, nothing .abort of a .:BiiTfl'1 EstMe ) she:seeing had; sIiccEssjiJ1 CAREER

waste of money, as Ultra is not a roadin .
: : aid, her
; the county, excepting those that Kave . . '
; Amoun't home
That Will Be. Necessary if been clayed, that will withstand a a

4 UK County- Builds a Complete month'. use or a two-inch rainfall, although 1- Messrs. John M. Lee and who friends will Was That of Mr. E C/W.; Ward, WhifOightYearsWasManages

! System of Good Roads. thousands of dollars are expended chase the Fell Tract of 1 : ,
them in
annually keeping repair.
of,the United Land' Co.
When the Commissioners order the . ,
I.I
II the Commissioners desire to build election held they should issue -an ad- ( l
, Big deals in rear 'are :
estate of :
a complete .system of good; roads that dress to the people; setting forth in detail com- port ) The resent departure of Mr. C. W.

I ,;, will reach to the farthest ends of the the reasons why a bond issue is necessary but mon occurence ew have in Kissimmee of late, ty and Will'1 Ward to spend the .summer "north* oabroadyparki
been of such
A .' county and be*of service to those living who will Build th.e roads and magnitude The ; I \ the withdrawal'"from the _
II f many miles distant from ,Kissimmee, it how the money will Be expended. In aa was the one consumated this week, the .Home. 1 business;. field pf the United--fcand Company ,
Mr. P.
A. Vans
will be necessary to issue bonds to the I fact every particle of information con Agnew acting as agent, be l I have Mr. Ward having disposed of ,
amount' of $200,000. cerning the project should fee given the sellihg to Messrs. Jno. M. Lee and W. see, come the last of It* property hortJy before '-"
; B. Makinson and
the Fell year
''J It would not be necessary for the people, for they pay the bill,. and they tract of seven been leaving. ..: '
1 Commissioners to sell 'the"'entlre $200. are entitled to know what 'will becomeof thousand 3cre5.which lies just east of. here ave but The winding up of the afTairfcjof one
the St. Cloud ,' none
/ 000 worth in the beginning but they everydollar. they pay into the county Colony-lands. sight i taI of the largest of the Florida land companies ',
This land is more -
considered be ot"tbe Kis
could dispose of the l issue $25,000 lots, treasury. I deserves more than a paa.lnenotice '
favored
much the of the ,) There. is nothing standing' in the way best in this county, and HeHmmediately It and especially Jlthla true when
.,.: .qr as more as progress I in the heart of the Kissimmee S. and
work should demand. By selling small I'oe this,county: having a system of hard than which there is finer Valley, : and their the company In question!:,.has been a ,?.',
no soil for the this '
tots at a. time, Interest on the 'un old roads reachingfrom this city to Baasingef ; Kas. who I complete financial success from Its .
cultivation of fruits >
and all districts vegetables and start to iu, finish. In of thisstatement '
amount would be saved the county, outlying eXf'i'pt' proof
i- |, field be a pros-
crops to found this conti the
on
, which in five years' time would Jje con- the money to pay workmen to buijd become may be quoted the remark
them. The marl beds sufficiently nent. Pages could be written of the .in this of one'ollta largest stockholders whois
\ derable.: And then it is possible itjT county owns be found ,
wonderful
\ would not be necessary'lo seir the eltirel' extensive to build roads over a productive qualities 'of the price, also one of the active Standard Oil,

, l issue, unless it is decided to build a lazge.,.portion of the state, and they tie soiF'cornposfrij this valley and eyery- the that gel--than owners, and managers, and who. him
they
t hard road to the extreme southern end so close to this town that the-cost of thing that nature will produce could be Mes more than once said ,that his investment .
small truthfully claimed for it, built is impossible little future in the United ,
will be Land hasbroughrhim
of the county, as the increased valuation -, transportation xceedingly Company
-;:- of'l'eall'state in the next two years for the building of a road connecting to convey on paper to the so ed three in more returns dollar for'dollar

,. will bring in at least double the amount Orange county with i Polk county and average person the possibilities and op- 'Mr. M. thai any investment he had ever ,

the county is now collecting in taxet -.. one from here to St. Cloud, which roads, and haa made. The credit for such a profitable.-.

t It is not our purpose in this article to of course will be the first"constructed.. which are result Is entirely due to Mr. Ward, ,who

,argue the necessity. building! a complete -J It i i. possible the Commissioners would Increased coming has managed its business frojn- Its in- i

system of hard roads in this coun. like to feel the pulse of the' taxpayerson '; S. Nelson, ception.Mr. .
bonding the county before they orderan Ward is a typical western business t
, ty, as every taxpayer i is fully alive to --- -- ,of town .
- their urgent'need, and 'stand ready to election held but we can make the he will man transplanted to the south.

aid the Commissioners in any way they ,,statement that fully nine out of ten Statement Showing the \ Possessed of extraordinary energy and It

are called upon, but our obiect is to with whom we have discussed the matter Receipts"This Year fortunate capacity for work, he infects everyone .'
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most respectfully call the Commission- have unhesitatingly declared-their; people as with whom he comes into contact with :

ers' attention to the danger of delay in intention of voting for good roads if boosters, the spirit of hustle. It is almost a disease )' :.t

, putting off this most important matter. given a chance. If action on the plan with him. Wherever he I. there :, ;
The Commissioners hold only monthly I "postponed until the views of all the There i is no better ,medium. through The I building is up is a cyclone center of hustle. i

sessions and if this question is not taken taxpayers can be learned in any oth..rway which to judge the incregse of businessand April | their more in- The late Hamilton Disston, of Philadelphia '.'

Up and Imposed of at the July meeting I than by calling an election, it i is the growth of population of a town for living in and Kissimmee, 1 I. responsiblefor nf

i it will be a month before any action' more than probable our growers will be than the'postomce, and to demonstrate came will Mr. Ward's arrival in Florida. In f

along that line can be taken and us the using three yoke of.oxen to haul fifty to those- whg are wont to decry the cent a residence 1894 Mr. Disston: decided to import an \;;.

law requires thirty days' notice bo given j j boxes of oranges to market when the statement that our town is moving to It they expert real estate man of tried experience /'
that will the froqt at a yery rapid rate, we here- more and wide to take
in 'such cases, it will I be Keen that a angel! Gabriel blows the blast) merit the reputation :
month's delay will throw the election! I summon; all, mankind to stand 01] and with present a comparative statementof ended I, Word re ,chargrt the sale of I lands belonging to ..f

into September.The H answer roll call. the receipts at ou'r local postoffice this in Mr. Disston's various drainage, sugar, '.
for the spring months of 1908! ) and .1'}jJU_ I
good roads \'ement is rife allover I { accepted development and land'companies. Mr. :!i
Florida( at the present time, and The total receipts (excepting money the that Ward at that time waa operating --'4
PERFECTLYJDELIGHTEDExcursionists 'orders) during. January February.. ed to I ,. ..
many counties, have voted u bond issue of a throughout the west with headquarters .-
for that purpose, and u number will I I I March, April and May 1908 w..reI of ; : at Chicago, and doing an annual business J

hold elections within the next few Highly Pleased With I $1915.04, while for the same months of May of more: than a. million .dollars, f1

months, Putnam county )habted.. : a Our Town and County.The | thiN year the receipts amounted ly his field extending from Chicago to the

.' large bond i issue for roads as have St.LucisMJLrion.Jefl'erRon | $2089.NU a gain of 8 per cent. [ 61 Pacific coast Impressed with Mr. 1--
andManatee, party of excursionists who came I The receipts (excepting money or- If Ward's ability and reputation, Mr. Diss :;

,- --ami UuvAl/l and Lee WIITVte in a short down by boat from Baltimore to Jacksonville -'ders ) during April aud May, IIOR! ( were year, Owned ton engaged him to take up the Florida ',;
and IllI'ncby rail to look over I $702.32"and for the' months of will "
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time. and, it is stated by thepr<-ss of same work in which he has ever since cpn-: P
those counties that the sentiment of I the St. Cloud Colony lands arrived on asPecial 1909 were $908! .74, a gain of 29 per cent. a : Jtmuejl At that time the Florida land

s--- the:people. is overwhelmingly in favor car attached to the afternoon the : boom of the eighties had exhausted Itself
jn city
insure 'train Tuesday.There ) and the land market was dull. J
to
of bond issues sufficiently large
were.forty people in the party. old auto- In 1896 Mr. Disston died, and his
the building of a perfect system of k The
: M. Archer,
[ "oiTNng from Maryland Virginia, West ?
---hard road -. / I family practically abandoned his Flor-
the name's
Virginia, Pennsylvania and Washington -
ida enterprises.. The Disston holding
The movement is widespr'eudL( 'specially : number of
D. C. Mr. Moses Folsom acted as
1'1 two million- of land
comprised acres lyIng -
in.the states of Georgia/aid) Alabama escort to the and {to thr'Tndi- with him
party .saw Artesian Well is Flowing in seven counties of Florida and
I '
.. two states ,that have'already expended Is-
, vidual comfort of each member duringthe
'If' the estate also owned the St. Cloud
;1; rqilliong-) fon' that purpose, and' entire trip. \ "....and Work ,of, Tiling, , .war.. He sugar plantation, the scene of Mr.DIM'ton's
t:: 'which are hot by any means in as good Arrived at Kissimmee the, excursion .' hope that most expensive This
operations.
, : : financial-condition, .i as JIf" Florid and! 'fl'r attached the Belt of his fel.
r'i.- :;was to J Sugar ;, ; waa a period of rem'lepre..IC .1&
in population at :1 It will doubtless be f1nterestCour ; : ,
: which are not 'growing train and.carried out to 'Runnymede : wlyri( j << ; there Florida real.estate when' lands "
were
half as rapid a rate. commenting Hotel near the colony lands where i people to learn of the latest jdevelopments dict : :
worthless and of
roads in I ,the I practically many the
upon the building of good those and 'concerning artesian well taken be /lad
Tuesday night Wednesday were I largest landowners let their land sell ,
two states: the Georgia and Alabama i spent most pleasantly looking over the which was recently begun and completed the Island pris '
I for taxes after but
throughout
I year year;
ih the experimental garden across read these
Industrial Index says:
lands and the town Bite for the new the dull times Mr. Ward lost ,
"Prooably never before in the history town of St. Cloud. from the passenger depot. After some ply. book con- never
his faith in the future value of Floridaland. '
of Georgia! and Alabama was so much Yesterday morning the excursionists I I three weeks' boring the well was sunk will : "J. M. ..
earnestness, enthusiasm and real determination came into the city sand spent the day '! to a depth of 305 or 310 feet. It gives the at
of road I'I 4-inch flow 90 minute if for In 1900 the United Land Company
"'.' shown on the subject mingling with our Citizens, who with a of galllons per 1863, arriv
improvement as at present, and that their accustomed hospitality showed and the promoters think that is this 7, 1863. was organized and took over the Dl.ton ..-

..- with all this steam generated something them every courtesy and',attention. I I sufficient. In fact, it is considerably Johnson's properties, and then when he wa

is going'to happen- can most assuredly Some of them left {or their homes last I, beyond their most extravagent expect ,PIn. l 1865. good and ready'he resurrected the dead r'

be taken for granted. The city and night, while others are still here>and I ations, and this demonstration solves eral market bysuddenly taking thefield -4-

town folks who own automobiles and to say that they arjj: pleased only half the matter of irrigation in the many poses and 'offering various block of land for .

the country people who wish to get to expresses it. They expect to return truck,.. lands in and surrounding theKissimqnee ities sale at three or four time; the prevailing -

town conveniently (and to whom road and locate and will induce as many' of Valley. More of these sort of the ,. market price The effect on th.'

t: L improvement Is of more vital import- their friends as they can to do likewise. wells "will undoubtedly be sunk from Visiting market wa electrifying. HI.. energy

,7 ance than anyone eise.are now on a The personnel of the party is as follows time to time as new l land is cleared and and skill did the rest. The market
common platform, and this concert faction : and, since the lack of sufficient moisture for i came to life. Buyer; and customer '

is developing a strong sentiment. Mr. and Mrs. Bassett Lee Mr. and has been somewhat of a drawbackin fulj a. large flocked to Florida, and ten Per cent of 'J

. "Significant of this sentiment is.the Mrs. Henry W. Dale, Mr. and Mrs. .1. the past to truckers in this section, at Lemon the adult male population of the itate,

action of the Muskogee county, Ga., G. Toepper, Mr. and Mrs. ChauncyHolt we see no good reason now why the raising can days in turned real estate agents, and "Florida'lantl 1

grand jury a day or two ago in recommending and Miss Holt, Mesdames Jennie of vegetatables the future should talks values advanced steadily till they

the issuance of $1,000,000 of Gilmore, C. S. Cooper, D. L. Rice, A. not be a great deal more profitable and ioull' butcher- are now several hundred per cent higher ,

- bonds, or as much thereof as should be L. Bigger, M. U. Johnson, A. W. Nor-' pleasant employment than it has \in the express- than they were when Mr. Ward open -
to build model roads in that past. ed, loosened and revived the dead .
necessary ton, Messrs. John T. Zats, J. T. Enders ; great fu
I. county after plans to be prepared by the .1. J. Conn, William Oiler, William Kissimmee l is destined to become the of the market of eight. yean ago.
in the United truck in all the Starting with two million'acre* and -
great highway experts J. Bartley, D. M. Pry, Ira T. Rogers greatest raising point crisp feeding '
ke States.. Frederick J. Smith, Walter Lowry, state. There ,is absolutely no reason been read several Improved home properties; Mr.,
Ward ha in eight sold'out
0 "A mass meeting of Calhoun county William Polando, George Merithew, J. past sev year lock

:. Ala., citizens clamored for an electionon M. Brown R. C. Bard Daniel Wright, Fred Woods Married.On Mr im stock and barrel, and haaot only out-
'
standardized the Standard Oil in the
the l issuance of $300,000 of bonds for' David Richmond, Harry Whiteley, J. J. made by
road improvement. Various elections 'Carter', Snow }Buzzard, J. B. Caldwell, last Sunday afternoon, at the Baptist to come and matter of profit for the stockholder

: 'of that Character have already been ordered 'D. A. Smith, Moses Folsom S. S. Rfeger Pastorium, Miss Pearl Graves and have hly pleas of.his company, but has also amasseda .I

T" in the two states, and already in C. A. johnson A. L. Beardsley. Mr. Fred Woods were united in marriage and comfortable fortune _for himslf aa a

;---- several' instances bonds have been au .. --- ----- Rev. G. W. Shepherd perforra- day some time i reward for his forethought and business. !
.... / lug the City, .ability. -
thorized. Eight Ears of Corn on One Stalk ceremony. a long- H
Osceola county ii the richest countyIn I The bride is the attractive daughter Equally at home in the! wood with

Florida, having outstanding bonds of Messrs. A. S. Nelson and C. A. of Mr. E. L. Graves and is beloved by St. timber men, on the prairie with stockmen IfKiSSIMMff
Sheldon, of Wichita, Kas., brought to
only $6,000, and has a. respectable surplus a large circle of friends. Mr. Woods i.a is ly Barbecue. in the grove or orchard with
this office on yesterday two stalks of
in the treasury to the credit of the well known young man of Mulberry, been giving a fruit men, or in the office where he isa
several funds, and therefore is in a con- corn which they had cut on Lee Parson's having a position that place in the come I of past master of every detail of f fand .

dition to vote a bond issue With 'real !I farm at Southport, one having power house of one dL the mines. The the | county and corporation affair, It I Is no wonder.
five and the other eight well
estate listed at the low value it is, there developed happy couple left Tuesday morning for ed: I 'in the that he has been able to eonduct the

is little likelihood that an increased ears. This corn was grown on muck Mulberry, where they will make their : I|I at the business of the company with such

- millage will be' levied to take op the land that has never been fertilized" or home.Lakeland Newi. and. I I i ) Donegan, '[ skill that he_would be justified in bout- '

bonds when they fall due, which.shouldnot .. irrigated. They also, brought with thema C. F. Pre- ing of never 'having had any trouble' '

t be less time than twenty years, but bunch of eight grapefruit, which are I Col. I with,a buyer or brpker, and of having "
well for Card of Thanks.We
exceptionally developed this .
it is an absolute certainty that with the I J DeWilton kept his ,company out of the law court

increased valuation of our real estate early in the season. I desire to extend'our most sincere to I on the early during the entire period covered by his

. made so by a large amount of our land Capt. Clay Johnson is putting In I and heartfelt thank to thos friends deals. Nothing but the moat careful, '

';r being cut up into small tracts'and converted the time during the low water over and neighbors who so kindly and unselfishly E, { I honorable dealing would insure such a .

into truck gardens, there will be hauling his fleet and getting\ his boats I assisted during the illness and of last | record in operation of such magnitude.

!l' 'sufficient revenue derived by the county in readiness for the fall ad) winter death of our husband and father. had a portra;ted I Besides the company's! business, he has ,

4;: 'to prevent )he levying' of.any additional- trade. H. is making a thorough job I Mrs. Julia Johnston. here she visit- !' handled at least half a million acre adJ -

.nillage. of it, and when the present repairs are Mrs. Margaret A Cosens. j' Albany, I ditional on his own individual account. -

4 The plan that baa been followed for finished hi. boats will be good for at O. R. Johnston. many other Such a record would do credit to ,.

.' yean in this county, that of patching least two year* steady run. I W. B. Johnston.. was having --- '
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Canoe ol Ih/Fiorld' v tt'l be ,t Under 'J.I ..
Kissimmee-1 The Light : Sections 574 and 575 ,,
i That night; aiter' it e capture .aDd .
of the General Statutes of theStatB
I
. death of, ,.Kleslmmee the ligbt canoe
s ". drifted away. Yet .around the campfires ] of Florida.Sotlie : 7 :.

( belated Is hereby glren that A. C. Moo' ouelr<), '
of her hijn 11's
people, same 1-! -
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An Storyj >Vrltt. by .Col, 0. F. Krlbba purcbuaor of,T x Certificate No.-.aldated) the .
Orlaloal; v ter cop in will tellAwlth,. hushed
I' Ing
Carson i. tb.' l>e U.inatl "", d.,of.Juna a,. 'O, 18UH: Tat tferllflout I :. ,.
>: ar4 by Ml.. 'lIaJ. !
,Recited voice of a- plmulonj,'caooe"courpingswlftly'over'the Noel61l0Ion1o7( ; / MMH. IIOQ;: JIOI. )JW|( ,.11WL(
t tLCout*.t at tbe ?omm<>ticoineiiV kxerelsee9t water of lake and 1121,11211125,11'Ndated the Sra day o( JulyA I 1

O.loola Myth School' ou Thursday, May 27, .19O9.lu .. river" but with invisible occupant, D IIJOO; Tal OertlflotMir., No. 874,' 877. "4U4( .- . J
r 432: 4M, 4AS, 457, ask 4U1. 402. 41)8. 404|r 405, 4(111, ; i
the flash of whose paddle had been 4674AV.. 470 471. 472: dated" the 4..t1..r Of ,July J4 .
emerging from wilder- lake the couriers would find canoes seen 'In the moonlight or In the gleam A: D. 1'JOliTM CertlfloaCo No. 71, dated the '

a country with rower's to couduct them to the, of the lightulog. Abd then the whla- 7tl day of toU A. D l\ltl\ ;.7aK. Certificate No. : "
the ohaogei
ness 19 habitable homes ;* dated. the Stb of July A. D. Certi- .
contrast Chief's v[1)1lf./le./ ..the sowthorn'end I'of the pered tale goes around\ anew. .)1 110\0.; 1D08J: Tax I All whiteg Line ,
are .rapid aod 'ot striking I Niw. 1\1I. 106. 1011, dated the nth day ot ; our "' ;" :i .
afterward found
hunter
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The tales of these stirring' times are lake. Canoes lay beached but no one Years some A'fagu.t A. D. IMMi'Tax! ; CertinoaUit Noe, 51, Hif' ,,. .j

At they become traditionary 'was' in sixht. This looked\ ominous. canoe of strange shape, carried by 120,122,123: 129' datel the5th' \day of June A D.' '

tnany. fade any are forgotten I land filled them with- gloomy forebodiiiirs. high waiter' into .a bayhead near the 1905' ; Tax CcrlUlctUx. Moa.'' 8A mi, dated the'tud: "- Linen: and other washable l ..
they change\!, half concealed by vine day of July A. D. HMOT. haa filed aid :i;.rtlfl-
: for extended : lake, creepjnir 0
They were.too
It Is ibe duty of eacli locality to rescuc.lh'cbp weary cater In my otlloo., and han made application
from oblivion : exertion, cur would It have ,l been and trailing mon, where the petals of fbrtea'icotlolasueluacpordasoe. with ,,'.
legends 'J.
\ historical I ( at $2 and over selling -
Shirts J; 'f'fS
blobliom'a $1;
the bay showered down upon Said ccrulicatu brJICO'UUUo1.lo.wlJ1&.4faotlb
iu that future irrneruliuns, maypreserve j sato{ to hate entcrfd the viH'aire alone 1 em : : +
after niehtfall. T.hey determined'to It, and the mockingbird and th rrliru'sh oil\ property| ituau *iu O.eool.. County Florida '
all time. ---a-
them for .
l'ocahon- I take one of the canoes and for greater called' out from the overhanging": to-wli. i at half price. : : .S' .
Jill know the story of how I Gila 4..G. 7, b.9.1I.1 14,14 BlockI.., tote 5.9,11 I, ; .
', tae saved the lire of( (;'I1l>lalll John safety, cross. to the nearest Island brandies in theio%| !season, "JAlssiiij-! 14. lll.if 18; Let' 6. Block 1.1: Lots 1. H, mock tit: I '

T Suiiili mans ut you here heard of the and there camp for the nlirht. wee! ICIssiiumce, while from swaying IMIH.1. t, '>. d. 7,5. 9. )lo. 11, 12.1.1,11, block 147.U . '

( nameleaiidaughu; +r of Chief Hirrlbltfua, i Scarcely. had they Il'flthe shore whenacanue reed the bobolink and the lark, In- >tii: 1. 5.' 7-IS.' \11, ,12. II. l.17., ajJ5, :i| I ; On ,cheaper ones a reS, f
I I i their love, Blix-L: IO:. Liitt I, 3, a. TT.H Ply I lot' U, 1(4, lot 11.Lot'I ,
Sweeter tones
1 who saved the life of Juan Ortiz: theSpaniard I IJuIlcJ'Jut/ from the overhanging bung" .to. ; :>. !I.>. 17. I li, Biocli lixut\ the Town of 1

who c'ailie, to Florida with branches nearbv, hovered In the "Kiss-i-sim-aiee, iluntiyuK*!,'. &; duction of one-third will be S

De Narvaez-in 152V:! : hut 1 tell you a I shadows until the Jliflit of their campfire ) The American! soldier, ao faithful in Thu add, -tauds, lining aokmnod .t the dates of'lie .
.1 who I glimmered through the trees then duty, brave In emergency, kind to the UHiiauru 4 such( ourtlllcatot. the uameaf ", G,
of local interent, of one .
)., tale mere: shot swiftly down the lake. innocent<: and helpless' and courteousto Albt-rrCrawford.. T. JA" Murphy, Mary Ul8.- made . '
saved the life of a brave American too, Uukuouu BI"la\\1II' Sluiterly, RObert G| 'S. 'f; ..)
all hag since his final discharge
long had
soldier and his cnrol'lide-uf Klssiin- The soldier had eaten supper and >>nuHii, 1 hoinaa Portor Jr. J. U. Amt*, E AfUo ; < .

nee' the Light Canoe, of KiHslwmee) were sitting by the fire smoking and ) lc, W I). Hiuunom. Rbt.L iiwlillu., WraKlun. At these
The Indian maiden, who remembered : Mr*. 1". .'. BI1I--I'h: <<.. K. Smith, 101... E g prices none f'
the Indian maiden. I Inn tell the tale cleaning their guns each thTuklni of
the kindness of a above the .iaiUu; I, S. Filbert. J I). Day B.ulendeuluic, .
stranger
't'" told! to me. tholr perilous mission! and, ot' their ,.
as as II. <; Dlimtou, J I DUMou. C F. Warwick, G
z After the' Spanish' Hat- caws -down 'owe; loved ones far away.-The 'Silence' wrongs of her .JWU people-aud la" the A. Hahn. J. d. McKlul."yrW.M.. Kohl., JoM"|,b g will be charged and no al-1 "

and the Stars aud :Stripes floated free was broken: bv the Irishman. final test made the supreme sacrifice, Riley. Kunu. )uied.. 1'11'0 Apple) | Co. Uuleni
till lives lu the name of the lake, theiyer aid uuruilcatti* Bhall be deuiuHl according .
to the I'lorida bree/e, the Indians "I 1 say Sergeant bad cess to the .
the valley, the town Kifcsiurtnee.SDCGESSFDJHpEER. 10 lu* tux lei silt ISKUJ Ihureuu the. l.'lb j| teratipns made. I IMmnmtmmmmmmmmmimnmmmmmmmmmmfe. -;-
were crowded still further |*)wards the haylheo rid skins who \wont behave like : day oj'July A. ;>. liMe; ,

Everglades by the white settlers The CV.risllans, but must cut ut so 1 per Wltuen my olDi'ial sgnetnreand' neal thin the .

wrong not all on one 81<11.'. The nll'kPly.that nothing will do for our nth d., of Juno A D. \01.\ > ' ,1
.'Soal.'; ARTHUR DONEliAN.Clerk .VVVVVVV V oo : .
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white man's cold persistency in prongIng gineral but to. Hend us to palaver In- .
c CirMilt: Court: HOeohi Couut). Florida.ly r.
his- unjust claims was met by the slid of coming with the arID)' to bendthemto (Continued: from first page.) '". H !HUM.OOK. t>. (' ,

tireless spirit of-f>renue of Ihe red kingdom com*. It is 1 meself

1 :man, which found ,'ontlll deeds of savage that is klll'entlrely with running but man in the but prime four of his health Mr. and Notice; of Application lor Tax : !! "! #" # ,#, ,!" #"!!,? ; -

cruelty visited upon innocent vic I would rather have a pack of Wolves strength years ago Wjrd '
got hurt in a bridge. accident and fractured Deed Under Sections 574 and '
this nilnit than
,t t tims. chasing me at very totro '
a It was after the earlier campaigns amongst thin rid ilivils. "" I one of the vertebrae of his backbone 575 of the General 'Statutesoi

1 of General Jackson that a new treaty: Oh, well. Terry, it is a part of thewoldler's I causing him intense' suffering and the S::;-jfTe of Florida. I II PIANO FREE II

had been alrrel'd'' uj'oll. which was duty to obey orders thoughthe a long siege with the physicians and
Nollf m hereby II'Uhal M t I) TinilnH.iirrhawwr .. :.
f thought would bring peace tof'lorida.: end b j death I II surgeons. He is only now fairly on or lx Cfrtlfiratea "Son. 477 17*. 1' I' 1"I

The Ipdians had pent the winter near "Sure Sergeant, to the ..nd. though the way to recovery. Most men laboring 4'!1.4", 4M, sad 4?:dated, Lh,- !d il.) ..fjul. !) ., M ""I

the camp of the II''op" in northern I can utmost hear my own flesh/ siz/.le I under such great difficulties would D. I'HH' has Sled. sad. l ciTtilu ati-i iu Iii\ <..11liu,1 \,-,>"j' -- ..
flicndliuesa. ; But.1wa. have giveji! up and retired from all active has IIIA, .Kai}.]>liratl.4ii fir lax lvd u> ... M
Florida in
apparent .
under the barring splinters In HrcnptiiTH1itli, lea >*ni'l .rtHI".m-/ I
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Anioug tire hultliem ivi\ camp that .. thinking: that llie maiden uurl: ale I bu..in..ss.11': Ward, however, in bin, <' the f..1Iol..1.. di ', rll. >c'l, pruprrly'-nuui] ,',i- g Tickets oh Piano vith = .

winter Witb !Sergeant'? Nelson, who soon was your friend in the camp' ut I'a\ nesiniiibl .spitiof pain and .physical w..akn"8",1h'pL ) li: lot vela County'' Klon.l.i .ii-" lti -
became a welcome visitor in ihe'ln-( ; ; up his courage and showed his I i orlilli Htu No." 477. IfM 1 11] Ftori'tH AKTKMIUUral . I .
help, u in u pinch.Vhalwas' .
western grit by sticking to the work i r'iuipali> K *uln1i\, tram uf. p., huh.. V loMtlill I
dian camp. He had I I"y..n a b "ullI..1 l Rntiki. .1 t -t.Cerndcete.No
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entrusted his In fact
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experience: and a knowledge! of f ,many I ; 17, L-.t I TlorMu Aicruul I -
Indian dialects and a-. kind RH lie was mean Ijiifht Canoe i !some' of his most successful d,'kls w..r"l tl,ial.1! I'lllIDIU"' ->lllnll\, 1M"U ,ttf l'l'tiOll t:1 --- ---
"That tea the, mailing in their hav- ; made when he have been I -
courageous. He taught the Indian ought to lu" ii'hi|pL-uuib..f K" K .1: KmiI -
then linen but it bounded like 'ltug;: I chained to a sick-hwi. erllni' ate No 1. Ut 11 I 17 I I'inilii Aifuiii'luI ,
youths some of the, tricks of the chase me tight., J the land I rat ulIIl"! 1I"lh I.r,," ..r c.-nun" I L. '1"" u J E :: I
: And the fashion of Ihe weapons of the Among big l'omplinilind .hp, ...."111..1 i It.""". t\ -
"l.,l fib ittUnee. I real in :Mr.\ ,
d J more northern tribes. A.n Indian I'StaUfraternity general I 't-rtitl.' < ate Nu. l.l. I."l !I- Flonli .\rlr'ilt\i, --
that it. dar I \\'. is considered! the best. land , .
I'{ maid the dauuhU'rof, chief\ loMutluwater "Heirml, was Sergeant man I mall''tmanye tihvilnnaf'erttin.1l J lt>wti : '
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4 lin', I knew it I wui $ but her cunnc was hi-av andY I'
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think Ills'.sweetbeart. I" I. I 1" Flurliln: Agrl."ltll'nlll [
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honest led of While :Mr. Ward has closed out .
k, cumbersome<< though otherwise. suited\ Cdnrpunn'.1 llllon, ,ut ,-. lion .U lowu*
I business of his in Florida he I ... '
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k Jar the bl ;i.bILlak"h awL j'Lsiirh.iif company. slip!.... 'until llf. K.llkl.1. Furl. ,
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this State ,\;slight; ru-tli't ] :cht'lt: :' I' ears still 1 retains largo; interests personally I I L"vrtilitH.'e"N'i.1' ; <1 J.oI'O Hart id ASfli' ifniIHI :::' ::
lluxaw the maul) hemelfstanding in South Florida, ; and expects to al-! I .tmi"nn\ -> -nhdv.nat; at i-fi l,.ii .-Town- -
Nelson taut'ht her how t.u !Imild a booking up. : ,
eh.-]' -.n.ih UHIIKLI. a.t'
t canoe after' the fat.>hion; .nf IIw,.> u-cd) in. the :alow: of ''l.i- camp) lire.! I \vaimake it his winter tvll.n.. I I ,'r Iiliearo, I I" Lot t 1.. FlOtk'lH Altfit UlMlniM ,, I 1 '71111llllillfllillllii11111i111U111ifii111111U11111Uil1ltl!! ' \ llli111111

The sergeant l<> h., feet nod 1 !J I '.nb.hcic..n'.15| "II.J ij lown
.' to stem the swift current of the northern sprang oin|>.11) I *

streams and ut. the same lime to would have, approached her. bat she Wonderfully Productive.Tlie : I II ship]' JA ,-..lIth..r lltiiiKi I ..1! kti't. - .. .-
I the-obi lrtli'1-l .- tftt,,! Hthe dale of
> Iutee
i make !ft liglit and! sirun To tlmtrilieH beckoned him to silence, Drawing: 1 her, 1 I I uiiirk lands of the, KissimmerVulle lllv i- 'iiHtM, t. ,.,.I! ,",'h rertllled.c; iij tUo Uttuici proareralve Orange Oroere'rc

I i was a rovehuli.n, a.. uuijer. the K11-! deerskin mantle) around her bare.. shoulders ) \ are wonderfully<< : productive. < JiialKivtu Scraylnic. Their Oranuc Oro\c ,ith 5e:11ivaRRS INSECTICIDE"

..tuL1il.rI.lk.f.L.lL ttig I the slit )legan : I ule," hHlil', ciTtitli'MU: Khn l '. be ,tel em'l ar- ,., f/ '
: Jtll'lJkjM'.mnt'tt t ! As an evidence of this.the \'alleGa. HIM jiiiM'S, < Imr; IiiM-i-tli-uli' i I- 1.1 "'A1oHI',> tu kill, I i\ \1,11 11, I "" .. -I. Mini MlKailiiii )'
waters like a bird ou the wing. Theyf ':Paleface, -liaten'well- to the"' wordsot ,: zette. tells] of 'a KijUash.;. only:"half N"Tm rtrr'Ixw-txr . -hit 'by lh-' ''|,r r.Oin r ,iT?.,-.l nut tun....... wf+\1-H_+tue4.. w.t, ,us .nu..a' I."y..u.. tI'f
.. Fifty cents per nallon. FI41) gallon make 2 ooo caution uf Made
the >:h Inv of du.-A' \D ]I.*" Seer
called !it "Kiseiuicuee, '' or the. light Kisslinuiee' fur she -comes with a'i'i grown., that weighs over thirtyfivepoupds r\Vituti*.'wy otllciiil li
i .. canoe and after the.-tribal custom, warm hears and a ,straight. .;''Vk'rltipir' : this monster of ((1t'"J'h' Ilia lOt Hay of Juno. A. D. 19,19.! J. SCHNARR'. Air C6, Manufacturers\ OHLA '+DO FLA. .F'

she was. ever after known'by same .Some moons 'gone by you were the vine and of Other products! of' .the ; '"..(.I -\l'-,'I,;" "V-,ARTHUR, K, 1>OSK ,AN. . . ., ..., ,"
pame. ' .:. (. ', : the lOnllue'j flarris ; ',' ,"Clerltvlroult OaurCUiwuola County 1.1..1".. ; .:. '. I -
vrxnai3tii3'aat i;ni'A 4u heri'!: !She I lyvefl youi(but i J KUbimmee 1 country; Edlloi' .of \. "" \'a'' I '' ,

a I But while the serfeant'.'"tpechTg' the hawk'3o[ not: mate.l;! ou'l,& t ho'19slley'tl:: << a'& !,eHa j;1 S .''OuTllobe 1 :. -:,... YOtiQtiGtiG4)GtiGtGtiCitOCiOtiGtiGtiGttS. rytY.tGtY.tiC/OtdtOt. "?
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( 1ier'tbe: art of.capoe building, his conversation many things, and others have come to day last Mr.- J: H. LanieriJf:; pie"benied :' Notice n of' Application : for Tax \8\ ti' CARSON .? ji: A. CRANFORbl: 's41.uPFEll. ] "

opened. to her u new world her by thinking: upon your words. A''I i the Yitllev. Gazette with a giant X ---.. Vlcu-Pre. .Idont, Sec..ry.! .
J Land 1 I Deed Under Sections 574 and I'
awoke thevonianb soul n'llhtn voice speaking within her breast tell -i uuah welghim' 354 'lJutHh'kh'' .I I"a

s trt'r She learned to )itue Iniu.' hut her her thai it is more i ph'lhintu\ the grown un i liK muck farm shoal. 575 of the Geiu-r.il Statutes

I affection displaced| itself iu little, arts Great Spirit to ilo good l'J others than thief 11.lies trom this city and adjoin h I ol the Slate of Florida KISSIMMEE LUMBER\ i:
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t of kindn''8> and gratitude.t to shed then! 1 blood. You taught her 11.1'0')1"1'1'place) Tliei'e are few I NntKfllicr..l, b> KIVl'II' that I. F kl >l lHUM .
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IIUVIT of lax Ct'rliln-rtles :Mp- ini-l
Not only wets the Indians. fed b> the III kind ness" )ho" t.. shape hei canoi-to' who I have, been this squash that are I .;- Islet tinnl ,day 0' Inly A I) rim, ) lia'r. I i ii

government during the. dry season but make It bkim the water, how 10 makeIt 11'11111I1LO believe it is anything hut a ifK.il i>.id c,-rlIlt' aiee lu my 011\\ 'e. and liit"iiiHiK I

when sprint came food and i bred were<< !light yet strong/ and to cover it with pumpkin> l but Mr. Tinnier slates. that I anp,1" | '-1111".1 bur tax ,1"ullo, ieeuc arcorJ- ,II

furnished them that they uiiL'ht ur<> the blood of the pine to keep<< out the this. one is less than half grown, asl lug to his I and Dressed
t.l.l ,,rllll,-.',-. coil., e the lloM-iiiK deMcril Rough
> a south and on .the rich prairies plant. water. In that ranoe she, came, to you ; they frectuenJily grow to weigh 10() II ,*-.! i>roi>t>rly biliiatc lu om-eula couiitv I
their crops so as to provide l for their the warriors. Your .
tonight, out-racing pounds No more conclusi'-e evidence Florlilx. lo." il

r; d , own IIUII>Ot until the lime eame for every step was watched this' d...,.. I that the muck lands! surrounding 1 erthlrate'Ku 37:1: -betriu, at lit. northeast Pine Lumber.HOUSE

s f their departure to the new reservation Many times they could have killed KUsiiunnee. will yield, abundantly corner of lot I1'. SarciMR lu :Ser: 1\\'. Tp J6. .
I, II .. R .11 K.: and\ run went 10 uortl" est Co,. acid
K r In the west. you, but It was forbidden. The chiefs could be produced than Vegetables lot mouth lli.yardn.: east to east 'boundary line

y t.When;. the crops were I'lpenlnl, 'I'U' would have your torture and death for I I that are dally being shipped from !this flI said lot. north 11.1\ yariia to beirinuiUK.Certlttiate .

more came to the army that the Indians I- the war dance tonight for when, I place to. Northern markets.. And not No. 37N-begin nc cor. lot IM NarroonaiHi -
IUQrn-j Sec. 10.1" 25. U. R. il: .:. run south 11:1yanla : BILLS A
would their .. SPECIALTY
not
keep treaty and Ing comes the blood of the I only do these .land's produce an enormous
Iheure ..'...1 to Seat lM>ui))<1nrv of aaid
were" preparing to seo ofc' the war path will be as due upon the .grass. quantity of both fruits and- vegetables I lot, thence north tn north line. of said lot. )OpOtOtOC)0OttOt80CI0t QOOCQCCQQCCCCOOOOC t;

i. rr against the whites.These reports, the runners! told of your resting on but the size and flavor equals- thence east to boKiutiluif.

t coupled with attacks upon exposedrsettlemeots. this Island) the canoes were sent.for I thai of anv produced in the United The acid landii ..ell'lIa..ed at the date 01 -- s,

r :. created alarm, and the army you. Listen! Do you not hear thebeat States. "Times-Union the laauauce of Raid tax certlflcatea lu the! name NNYN14NNN'ty N b ANa' N'''N..'a' ''''N KNIINNNNP j '
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of I'ukown.
was ordered southward to the IVithlaoooihee. ? Go at once "
t of their paddles
all eertlflcatca shall he rtileomcii according -
Unlem
z It was deemed wise to send quickly.-not by the way you cnme.1 to law tax deed will liiue thereon on a

' messengers to the Jndiaa villages tofind take not the beaten trail=guide }'our'' Want to be strong? the ::1U\b day
out the of their dissatigfac- my official ala-uatnre. and teal thin the
cause course bv the star-thai never sets; rest Eat more Quaker OmU. This ad- i
;>! th day of Nay. A. I>, rw.
4' 'st! uon, and if possible to pacify them not till you reach your own people. Tic i* coming from all aide a. a remit cseaiABTtiua!, E. DO EGAN.

r f' "Ith" promises of further concessions. The Indian maiden to whom you once .. of recent experiment:: on food Clerk: lrruit Pourt Oweola County Floiida, AND TABLETS

} ..-.' The Indian runners refused to deliver were kind can alti no more. to determine which are the beet for By S. If. BULLOCK. I) C. i

' these messages!! because the chiefs had She was gene as noiselessly as she strength: and eDdura_. It has been .

I threatened torture anti death to any had come. The sound of the paddles proved that eaters of Quaker Oats Public Road NotiE: $

% .e oneirlnglnif them. It was then that could Indeed be heard above the wash and such cereals are far superior instrength Nora: t 1 le hereby given that It ll the Intention' $ EXAMINATION TABLETS y

11 i Sergeant Nelson: was chosen to go on of the waves. They hurried to their and endurance to those who. of the Board uf ,County rommlnnloner of On- MADE ESPECIALLY FOR '
ceola Couuty, Fla.., at the next regular meet-
lr- '> the mission, taking; with him a nrivate canoe and pulled rapidly Into .the rely upon the usual diet of heavy fug otaaid Board to DM held on Monday', the Mb i OSCEOLA HIGH SCHOOL. j- .i

.y soldier Terrence Ryan a cheerful, gloomy shadows of the western shore. greasy foods. Tke Quaker Oata day of July. A. l II. IW.i' ; to .entabllih. new road .

f L rollicking Irishman, but an old campaigner Thev had not gone far beforethe yellsof Company is pf H">g Quaker Oats in' which will run Hi follow. $ $ "
.e in Indian for rfimsUs. It keeps Beirlnulug the polut of Inturaerltnu between f f.i
warfare tins warm
/ t'roui'the baffled filled the air. A mock $
rage the Sunlb Hue of Section 23: In Tnwuxhlp2T
e f, camp on the \\'nbl c uel"e.o Lake ing cry came off the water ftn the other fresh and sweat utdsAaitely. South of Range 2u Kant ant the Right of Kissimmee

Tohopt'iiui In it was then called by side of the. island It attracted a rush -- \\ a) of the HI. Clunk Sugar Belt R. R. on thsouth .i I Drug Co. i

the whites WAS about fifty miles the of the Ravages. A few moments and '1- aide of acid tight of stay and niimlim
Notice of Applicationfor Tax Deed Weston aaid section line to the Tiaiiu (>f the i t
; J trail ending: at the ,present site of this.oWD' then clear and shrill above all the. tumult I
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Under Sections 574 and 575 CUr of KlHalmtnee, bring the ftouttiwertt corner NNN'a' N'NN' NNNNNNN WNNM WNN'ta1N N?
I -. rose the voice of the girl), singing of tald B.-otluu, ald, road lobe forty lent side,

-r Nelson and I Ryan, inured to hard- the wierd death chant of her people.All General Statutes of the Statejof] tweet) feeL ou each lido of acid described t

,* ship, pounded the trail! all day lon /. the weary night through; the two Florida. route. .

H"3Io: speedlnq'under the .pines whose fought their LoII..orneCay. .througb Witness my hand U "x ftlolo Clerk of acid \
Kissimmee
Wagon
Works
NOTICE: hereby a Iven that I. R. -Doneiran.purchaser Board and the official aeal of a",ld Board this {
!fro 'waving' tops flecked the soft earth ithl'is darkness and wood listening
f. tangled of T." Certificate No. 1114. dated the I Idarof I 7th day' of June, A. D. 1'KM
fi"' /sunlight and ...IIl.duor \picking their to every .bound startled bv every move July A. D. 11)01. haa filed Bald eertiacale i (Seal) ARTHUR K.DONEOAN. OPPOSITE CHRISTIAN CHUHCH. ;

!f; )fs .low way through! marsh and ham- of bird or beast, until they reached in my office .nc! haa made application for tax deedto Clerk. Circuit Court.

:- mock where danger lurked at the iMua In accordance with law. Said certificate New' with Experience '.J
;; every safety and gave warning. Dut too Under Management Thorough and J Up-to-Date
.! :2 'step.. 1 late embraeea the following. described property altuat- Notice to Creditors. Blacksmith, Wheelwright amid Horseshoer. .t,
ad In Oecaola county. Florida to-wit : .
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'd? ; be heralded before their arrival at the from the ashes of many a 'pioneer'scabin. .hlp 3fl _uth, Rani. :92. Th said Und beimr. a.- I of of C.Oaoeola XX. Fountalq and Suite, deceaied of Florida late will of the present county the' All Kinds Blacksmith, Wheelwright Work and.Horseshoeinfi- .- .

"'Indian villages, and were nut surprised B..be.. lay lifeless in the dead aa oed at the data of the laauanc of ouch certificate \ I same to me properly attested within the time a Specialty.. 5 .

, .'to note in the tangled thickets that arms of mpthers whose unseeing eyes Unless in the old name certificate of Unknown ahall be: redeemed aocord- proacrtbed by law, or the came will be forever .

i :.tber were watched by peering: eyes; were turned to the unpitying sky. Ini to law tax dead will ....... thereon on the :/I,>Jh barred and all penoui'lndebted to add estate ALL WORK GUARANTEED TOSATISFY.I: I

End, iu the dim vl&ias through cfpress Fathers lav where they fell cold as dar of July' A. D 1D09.Wltneea will make Immediate aettlement with the ;undenlfued. -
y N. C. BRYAN,
I catch a clltupseof vanish the ..*tlll my offtola. alimature and aeal tide the
.and oak, to weapons grasped In nerveless Admlalaicalor of the Eatate or 1

:XD/(.I1&do"a. hands. The Indian war.wti.h all its 2d(Seat day) of June A.ARTHuR D. IIII\I.! \ E...DONEGAN. C II Fountain, Deoeaaed.. Solicit YorrTra.L.:: O. R. JOHNSTON." .1-:

41; n'-u: expected that arrivlog) at the cruel savagery. was 00 once more, only Clerk Circuit Court Oaceola county. Florida. February lit 1909.' Will .

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I; ::! -.The town of Manatee.haptasded/ $15,.': On the paesen'greF'train".at;'Branford, 'Only' a:few more of these!! desirable tracts I111i1n

000 of bonds for street Improvement; ,. last! week,.C. M-. Murphy, a well known Pow 41ll

''Ii-:, which were sold to. northern' banker,. citizen! of ..JJuwannee, county, shot and . unsold, and they will bo 'closed out. :Lisa short, .. .time. I

l1 1 The contract!' M been let for a neW killed Paxton. Carver:; who had for some ..........\.....9........... - nJlitbe !' --
public building at Fernandina, and work'it months been overseer on MurphY'1Ip'lantation ,My next offer Just as good .Jnihl but a

thereon'J"4expected.to begin within the near HiUIreth. , ems little:; fllr"tlter out. 'It..
.. next three weeks. '. John :ana i DeBuck, .
:o, .. Mooney Barney ,600, Acres of Muck LandSameas \ .. :. '
Free of mails will be established two white boys, while reKurningtotielrhome : .
delivery I ..,. rf
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In Blitchton county, from .
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Marion .
in DeLand on July 15th. There '
will be appointed two regular carriers an early morning hunt were fired ort St. Cloud-Cut Up) Into 8 7 6 .6" 4 3 2' 1 7I
from wounded. -.
and one substitute:'. ambush and seriously .
The of UeUuck is c6rislder .-.- .
recovery ..> '
t There is considerable building going doubtful. "" Five Acre Tracts. :- . .
on in Lakeland, notable among which .
is a $50,000 hotel, which is expected to Two large buildings costing $40,000 ,
I II -j be open' for guests this winter. each are- to j be,erected at the State University 1- h
at Gainesville within
grounds
\\.1. rural mail convention
I The carriers' the_ next few months. The architect of I
will be held i in Live Oak on July 5, and the plans for the buildings is now In . .,
I a very interesting program has been arranged that city looking after the preliminary 'JUst east of KisSlnuucecity; limits on' ... -
. for their entertainment. *
I Masters'at St. hast arrangements. clay road. This land was selected 9 .. 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
Mayor Augustine .
I t--
Aaron Williams, who was convictedat .
J put the lid on tight as to Sunday closing the spring term of curcuit court of by Capt.: Hose! now State Chemist, I .
in Ye Old Town. Everybody went St. Lncie county of murder in the first I . -
thirsty in that city Sunday last. When he in of the Diss-
degree and sentenced to hang for,the was. charge.. ,
The Jacksopvfdleedty council has killing of Jim. Patterson at Vickmg on .
passed ton drainage'opcrutlols.. It lies at 24 22 21 20 19 lA 17 ,
an ordinace requiring all peddlers of December 18, 1908 -confessed: that , .,.

fruit, vt' tables or merchandise of any he did. the,deed.The .. .- .. the north end of,. and drains Into fK
, Kind from wagons to pay a license of .
State Board of Control has elected -
, $500 per annum.The'Cojpmissioners. Dr. II. W. Tribble of Virginia U Lake TohopekaHgn. This .line body -

of St. Lucie cour- succeed Dr. G. A. Nunnally as president .
I ty have passed. a law requiring that all of Columbia College.' Dr. Tribble of trucking.lund will, be on the nlarket i21 .

dogs in the county be muzzled, and the is said to be eminently fitted for the position '
thc
just as !soon' UN surveyorscan '
\ sheriff instructed to kill all those found being a gentleman! of wide educational ,

without muzzles.: experience. complete the platting.. .

The ordinance forcing all water tanksto T K, Willson, cashier of the National
be screened is being rigidly enforcedin Bank.of St. Petersburg, was indicted 2.3 27 26 29 30 31 32
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Seabreeze' which is expected to reduce by federal grand jury for violations of'
the mosquito crop considerably in the National banking laws by making I II
that town this summer I false entries. Wilson was recently I II NOTE--A goad hard road runa on aU four.Ides 01 this prop.rq.

checked $15,000 short and was ordered .
up J. WILLSON..JR.
The executive committee of the Florida I '
I removed from the bank and pros- The abov.e live-
Citrus Fruit Exchange: with headquarters tllagrnm represents thlrty-hvo 4
.
ecuted.Dade 'I
at Tampa, has adopted a charter : REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE acre tract; the land Is high and dry and well tlm-
for the state association. The mtm-: City has passed) an ordinance .
bored it is mile Hotel .
; locatpd one fromIliinnyiuede|
d bernhip fiis placed at $1. making it unlawful for any express or

of Otis !Smith, the degenerate white man railway/ompany orother common carrier ; two miles from the lands of the Old Soldiers' Colony ;

who killed! his sister was hanged at I to intoxicating bring into the town and mixtures deliver I F'R v"Vr'4r"t 'S1F'u'-'r'- FY l'si' 1F'P'grV' 4'Fu .ur 1-.' and is! of that character soil best adapted to the ; <
liquors or
any. ,) I II
Jacksonville the 11th. He the i I
on was
thereof. The Atlantic Coa-U Line! has, NO. 8 cultivation of fruits and vegetables: There is excellent
first white person executed in that I : : NORTH KISSS1MMEE. PHONE
I iSAu..1 an order! to its agents to respect ; < and fishing located in network
county:: 'for thirty-two years boating being a -

; Lakeland! will celebrate the Fourth of the ordinance. of beautiful lakes.! The climate Is the finest in '
Dade county: growers are experimenting E C. W. Griffin l
July with music and speechmaking and I thin season with castor oil beans. : lq. the United States, both winter and summer and the
will take Dp a collection from those attending -
) II and it is estimated, that 125 acres of: is free from. It is convenient
the festivities for the benefit of in'thai 4. locality totally mosquitoes.! -
have been !
this planted
the Confederate monument. I crop .. to market. .
Fancy Family Groceries ,
county this season It is said that the
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Fire at Dowling Park destroyed the beans now under cultivation are doing 4--. '- n:

Dowling Park Hotel, the bath house 'I fine' and a big yield IK assured The I Fresh Meats. Price, $100 a Lot Till June 15th. '
and three cottages, together with near- promoters of this new industry have >

ly all the furniture and the personal. effects organized, and it is their ultimate intention I> Deliuer Every Day, &t' any (Hour Patronage Solicited. 4.

of the guest of the hotel.. to put the in oil.Better a. refining plant for extracting lull.. ."' .............. -.a."'" "... .".>(10.,.sea illuEa""i.4ls A.HuAa.6u8."'" ,....i.JI For further information regarding this property,

The first steamer the Merrimac, of :: write
to or call on
the Miners' Transportation Co., which to Be Born Poor. -
has established! a regular line between
I was born in proverty: and would not y
t. Baltimore and Jacksonville arrived in, exchange sacred memories. with the rich-.' . W : Atchison Kansasa
&i.ALYE-Aj
the Monday morning !
latteritTon
/ ;;tmiIlo ire'--o who ever breathed.! ; :
*' What does he know about mother or
The Board of County Commissionersof
Brevard! county have .offered a reward father These are mere names to him. Us TILL" ULV US T"' I 4IAt.fkJdsglllcJ&

i of'$50 fdr evidence sufficient to Give me the life of the Boy whose moth Depend J ,

convict any person or persons( of violat er la nurse,, seamstress, washerwoman; .&
? ?
:"rf .. Ifig the game or fish laws of that county. ..cook teacher' angel and saint.,all in one, < z J&!

The grand jury*in irrTampaJias indictedtwo "l and whose friend. father: is"guide!, XMnplarand FEJ T NOTHINOJ. tp

Italians for the murder f of G. Fic- ;
No servants to('om. between. Thesare 4
. wholesale merchant of West
coratto a the bojs who are born to the best 4 IDEAL InvestmentMany
. Tampa, several weeks ago. One of
fortune Some men think that poverty
those indicted! was a "relative of the
is a dreadful burden. and that wealth
murdered man. Many seem' to think that after the crop inset, the trees are going
leads to happiness. What do they know t
The ladies of :the Civic Club of Fort 'about it? They know only one si II yon depend on us, wentire sure that clear !lain, but actual results prove that a summer fertilizing cost .
Myers have decided 4o'-have a regularoldtime tHey imagine the other. I have lived '
less than nothing Uv making each fruit 'a little larger boxes
Fourth of July celebration in .both ways, and I know there is very little will be satisfied with the many '
: u'; you entirely way are added to the crop and the fruit brinks a higher price. Then, a '
that city, and to that. end are working in wealth that can add human hap-
with might and main. They propose to piness beyoTxl the small comforts o f in which your wants will be taken care of.. luxuriant growth of. bearing wood IS a necessary foundation for *- =- ,
large crop next wear. and still further gain li teerTIn th FcondltloTTbf
have a celebration that will be a creditto life. Millionaires who,laugh are /rare
the city and! a pleasure to every visitor My experience is that wealth Is apt to If It It is your doctor's prescription the trees. If their vitality has been kept up they are better prepared. .. M }
for winter and for strong Spring action than trees that have. become u11
who may be present either from the take the smiles awaji Andrew Carnegie .
county or elsewhere. which'you want filled. we will attend to tQ thoroughly exhausted and have. to be nursed up before they can respond ...
to the call of Spring.Call .
p it in a way which will' please him and give 4j! .
41 *' tQ on our local agent: WATERS & CARSON GROCERYCO.
you'the utmost satisfaction.It
E.Q'ILBERT address

It is an ordinary drug store article t ToomerO t tt t .

Wilson & Fertilizer Co. .
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER that is demanded, you will get whas you JlcSSJne$7.00 .

want, for our stock Is most carefully se- ------ ---- ----
Plans and Estimates Furnished

! '-- -, lected and in it Is to be found practicallyany .

AGENT FOR article,that is ever found In a drug + $9.00Augusta < 4\\

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.. The Famous Menge Pumps for Irrigation and Drainage, 60,000 to store. Savannah Ga. Ga. :

1.6OO.OOO gallons per hour. Yes, you can depend on us for all your ,
Gasoline Engins, 2 to 60 H. 'P. Steam Engines, 6 to 2OP H. P
Boilers Any Size. wants;'which you expect: to satisfy in a AND RETURN. AND RETURN

Stamped Metal Shingles, Ceiling and Outside Walls-Any Design.
.
), drug store. Our stock Is' modern and ourS r,

IRON FENCES AND MONUMENT I service to customers is as good as careful: 9.00 r *


7 attention can make it.- CHARLESTON S. C.s
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iJ{ KMIL.. .MAOM. lRN t_TMAON.. Depend on us and, your drug-store AND RETURN "'
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buying will prove pleasant and satisfac FROM KISSIMMEE- t

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Is! Yew and FlrstCla'lVe will Sleeping cars to Savannah and Charlestan.

::::3 i Render Prompt -Satisfactory Service !t ..

: Day or Night. All Kinds OSCfOLA PHARMACY5

Heavy Hauling. '() .For ti kts. reservations_ or Information call. on nearest Atlantic Cost IAn '. '
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Our New Dress < 'in hew life',-new Ideas. arid new; money, POLITICAL EXPRESSIONS'' ':,

we must make provision; properly, Large Navy Cheapest -
Valley Gazetre with this. Issue ,
care for all who coire'among us, and.as ,.. .... ,
.* J itself to its.numerous reader R
: : the most simple-minded ct know-that Dipped From Newspapers.Published
I a new dress:and all of its eight I us '. .. '
; printed at home. hundreds will be here six months hence .. in'flo ida::- ", and Best Insurance -
? where there are dozeis! It be- +ry
only aow,
added improvement hoe hoovei.our 's., An $85OO bill of expense. :Js a midsummer .
citizens to at 'once get busyin
l en 'our "ambition; "we c6uld! -not 'present"th"recienE' "legislature '
the housebuilding' line"br'theywillsee AgainstWar.
_< W : way clear to incur ttMTe'xpense'' ''many desirable tourists leave for I presented theeople; x>f Florida, with ., tip'i

but the growth of o\ r'sub- Other very 'I little to show that .the good It di .
c>> places that ark; better prepared'tomafce'their'at.
G list has been so marked the for the state was worth one-fourth the By CEOrtCB VON Lr MEYER.
south during the winter i
,,. 0 months, In fact- It is Almost months both pleasant" andcomfort amount-Volusla! County Record. |i Secretary of the New.

what it was twelve months ago, ---=---- I III
able. ******** OF. PEACE. Peace societies,
; _; SODAY is the ERA
... feel it our duty to give our sub- There will be no,diminution of statetaxes I $
q, <- ''" more reading,matter pfa local : The Late. Legislature. II this year a aa was hoped for by I I I international tribunals. and the numerous conferenoea

r .- and more and longer articles des The the people, and the legislature, which!.. that have been held during the past few yean all
t ,t. j : of this wonderful section, following _array of cdmpll.lueull. has been in session for y C'
sixty days, apparently I the value
'. I i ((11 > lg handed', the members of emphasize this fact, and I fully appreciate
were prevented from doing made no effort to being this

." ; four .pages, ./ were. .printed.. in I the late legislature. by" the I'untifICSorda desired relief to the taxpayer .-De- I of these organizations assemblies. ,
Herul ,
  • ; I rac- ; J. -- should
    not-forget-that.
    ice. Land Record.; w..NYet irisTimportant-that-we -
    l'eadlnlC.thcc.t
    iest has come within our '
    mme" and Oncvola countyare I value is formative ."
    .notice for mau.v a day: while these peace societies are a power their chief as a ', (
    1 : ,, in population at a more rapid Gov. Gilchrist has made a record- "
    .
    t '
    "It's the damnedest STIMULATE SENTIMENT AND CRYSTAL
    'than any other town or'' legislature breaking vefoiat. And the beauty of it influence to
    }' in Florida, 'and- as the Valley ever was, remarked one of-.the supreme is.that. in every' instance he has given LlZE PUBLIC OPINION AGAINST THE. HORRORS OF

    : ; .' has always endeavored to meet judges taut week. Under the circumstances such .clear-cut and logical reasons for W1tt 1

    4i of the Lu ness community Ms apparent profanltv was his use pf the veto power, that none\ "
    e to displaying advertisements, I Dot only excusable, but eminently com1. has dared to question the correctnessof THE REALLY EFFECTIVE ANQ HONORABLE METHOD OF i

    wants of its readers by printing mendable. his position. -Lakeland News. AVOIDING WAR IS TO BE PREPARED FOR WAR BY THE P088E8i i i

    p in : news worthy of publication, it I I'I' je fire the efforts: of a few capable SION, OF' AN EFFICIENT, UP TO DATE AND THOROUGHLY ,

    F ''I'' ... that tocontinue'to merit the patricllcfia D In both branches, who Ex-Governor Broward, who has made EQUIPPED FLEET OF BATTLESHIPS, BOTH ON. THE ATLANTIC :
    i : I did all they could to accomplish something -
    of those who have supported more rt'dhot'antll'orporation speechesin AND THB\I CIFIC OCEANS. FOur

    i f. past and meet the requirements I for the general good incompetence Florida than any other man in the officers and men demonstrated their efficiency and.the battle-
    ; and
    meanness
    progressive times, it must have pure cussedness fate, is now president a big 200-
    r were UK predominating char- their when they made the circle of the globe
    which work there- :: hips seaworthiness
    i scope in to 000 corporation, and is said to be talc
    ;r !" ec 8 n '-prlnTth Entire< : acujriitlc_ of the now defunct and' ing-to 11 justas natural-ns-. -'-Mucktakes -withoutan accident and.on.a schedule of time which has undoubt-
    (, I damned legislature of 100'J. } -
    / {" in its own office. to water,"Suwanee Democrat edly excited She of general manager of our transcontinental -
    I increase in the pay roll occasioned Let H, therefore, have no rest. Keep envy every

    i decision will be considerable, lt. Us delinquencies before the people railroads. ,
    d ----- "
    x .. that faith in our "bUS "'I"SB men that they-may-Le-guar.detl against ever Governor Gilchrist hag vetoed the THAT FLEET WHICH HAS WORKED 80 WELL AS A UNIT

    t the belief that they will make Electing such another.- There should bill requiring newspapers to mark all SHOULD NOT BE, DIVIDED BETWEEN THE PACIFIC AND THE

    .. of the Valley Gaze'tte's adver- be published blue book showing ID matter either editorial or local, for ATLANTIC BUT OUR NAVAL ARMAMENT SHOULD BE SO PROVIDED

    ' that we will be fully re detail what lin unmitigated fraud it was. which a price is paid, as advertising.The FOR THAT EVEN ALLY WE SHALL HAVE A FORCE OF

    4w, the; additional' cost incurred. It would require a large volume to bill should never have passed the BATTLESHIPS IN EACH OCEAN EQUIVALENT TO THAT WHICHWE
    I r'' policy in the future will be a con- recite'the story-of its sins of omissionand legislature in the first place, and we
    1 ; of that of the past-to labor coniission; consequently; )', it cannot ; I are pleased to note the governor has NOW HAVE IN THE ATLANTIC.
    be told In these columns. HARNESSED THE FIGHTING SPIRIT
    Civilization has
    build and
    our enesgy to up applied the veto.Ft.. Myers Press.It .
    and town Had the members !been sincerely I turned it toward the development of
    prosperous our that is inborn in man and baa

    .. s ( and our state. In doing this, hone Hbey would have recited in un I is said that five hundred bills were science, making it the great factor in the extraordinary human progress -
    of all the ison just before i adjourning that passage :
    ; in. the support people, still waiting be introduced at' the
    from the and development of wealth .in the last twenty but it ia
    Prayer Hook, "We have years,
    \ them we will exert our best close of the late. session of our State
    i to merit their patronage. done those things which we. ought not : Legislature. What a mercy that It only STILL THE SAME FIGHTING SPIRIT, and the fact that it

    lr- t a to" have done and we hare left undone lasts for two months. However, has been diverted into other channels should not be permitted to .

    Works a Necessity. !those things which we ought to have this will be a good brgidning for two banish patriotic sentiments welcome the of at
    1 done, and there is no health ( neither years hence if these bills are carefully or to thought peace any ,.

    u', i more than probable the City Common sense nor patriotism ) in us. preserved in cold storage.-The: American price. '

    n at itswneeting in July will order Well thank God! the tiling has passed Eagle. In this country we arebrought up with a respect for the majestyof
    1 herd! for the purpose of bond- away, and now let all l pray heaven -
    t -- the law, and it is accordance with what I may call our national
    town to install) a complete sys that the State may never be cursed
    That was a terrible slap in the face
    water works for fire protection with such a'n uiri'reatlon ot ignorance, i given to the legislature by Governor conscience to deal justly with other powers. But it is essential thatwe

    1 ed use, and it is hoped there incapacity, selfishness, trickery, political I Gilchrast, when consulted the editors should BE IN A POSITION TO DEMAND JUSTICE FOR
    be a dissenting vote cast by one scheming/ and utter disregard of
    of the state us to what he should do OURSELVES.The .

    taxpayers. the most important- -interests- of Florida with that fool bill attacking the libertylof of the United States should be regarded as an INSURANCE
    I, necessity of water works in this I navy
    the press, passed by that sapient set ofsocalled
    been from side THE AGAINST WAR AND TIlE CONSEQUENT ENORMOUS
    hi argued every EDITOR'S OPINION dolons. But they deserved ,

    ':$I. result in-each instance that of what they got. 1'ity that in killing the LOSSES INCIDENT TO WAR. But in order to .serve

    t :.. .... -it ary for our town's fur- Of Men and Measures That Claim 'bill by his veto, he couldn't have killed aa an insurance it must be a strong and effective navy. It ia the
    held first ,
    4' { water place, its author and
    (politically) man
    there are some who have been the Public's Attention. every CHEAPEST AND BEST INSURANCE in which our nation can
    who voted for it. -- Barlow Courier-In -
    f who did not think it advisable to It is wonderful how the inland towns formant. invest
    city at the present time, all
    \ e5'e. in Florida are following the pace set GREAT BRITAIN, WHOSE TOTAL VALUE 18 ABOUT ,60000,000-
    the necessity of some protection Kissimmee. Lakeland is advocated
    by The of
    /going to principle protection -
    .: i 000, EXPENDS ANNUALLY ON HER NAVY 2 PER CENT OF THIS
    .: fire. | have a fine tourist hotel.Rakers by the standpatters is itself unconstitutional
    .. VALUATION FRANCE WITH A VALUATION OF. NEARLY S6O,000.-
    is the sta-
    {'. no longer flag ; for the basic law declares I
    once was, but is an up-to-date, 000.000, EXPENDS 1.3 PER CENT, WHILE THE UNITED STATES,
    J in Chicago have increasedthe what purposes a tariff may be imposedfor
    I
    4 WEALTH OF A LITTLE MORE THAN VOOJOOOfrO(
    bustling little city that is WITH A TOTAL
    r I price! of bread.. Another evade /e and protection of home indurtriesis
    :J., in population at the rate of at that the election of the Republican not one of them. Section VIII of Article 000.. EX.PENDS BUT ONE-TENTH OF '1 PER CENT ANNUALLY FOR t

    hundred new inhabitants a party was too the best inlerestsiyf all 1 of the constitution reads: "The NAVAL PURPOSESSuffragists.
    : and what were considered luxu .
    the people. f congress shall have power: To levy

    years ago are nothing short '1' aecIAeut.has' and collect taxes, duties, imposts and Expect Too Much:

    today. I The hand of death \i excises, to'pay_the debts and provide .'

    t ,.l : WAknow' it is hard to pull' been l 11'ld heavily! on mankind .the past( for the, common defense and general .* '' Ballot. : "
    tlie)
    :
    wheel out of the-rut. ,in'yvhich twelve inontbaanother''hundred.has.been welfare of.the"Unlted'.States: ," etc.,'.' :..,; From,< .. ':,

    F t' for years, but when once you added to-the list from an earth- Will..an honest man claim that this By EDWARD W. BOK, Editor. "
    .
    it-moves all the swifter. 'The .
    shock in France.
    quake gives congress the power specified to
    .( applies to a town, and now provide for the special welfare df f, ballot is not' a right for any woman any more than it ia

    1." .' has entered) the race Col. T. J. L.. Brown has sold his trust organizers ?Pensacola Jour- CITE a man. It is a privilege fixed by ago, by residence, by
    t inland cities in Florida for first ,
    It stock and is no longer connected with nal. ,.) qualification, and that is conferred by a\commu-
    ; E population, it will be necessary I the Tampa Fair Association. To Col.:
    tt individual. But it NEVER BECOMES A
    nity an
    such will upon
    improvements as en
    it
    t 1 Drown is due the credit of a fair ever Although three must intervene
    ) to the name of "leader. having been held in Tampa. between this and years the next primary NATURAL RIGHT ; it always remains a prerogative. .

    1 t are other improvements that to elect state officers, yet seed This idea that woman cannot do her work in' the world withoutthe

    claim necessary to being to install the mostbeauti before we Wireless telegraphy la entitled to has already been sown by the admiring I, right of suffrage is all rubbish. Juat take the statement of a
    firsfolace in wonderful
    inventions of
    cleanest and the most progres- the It baa done friends of prominent men, that may woman who is now prominent in the suffrage movement in .New
    age. more towards germinate and develop into l lusty candidates -
    le in the state, but the installing saving life .,,nd property tbe past -particularly for governor. York. She says in print that if women were given the ballot they
    works is the
    system most twelve months than all other forces Among the names being mentioned for would immediately seek to ameliorate the hardships of the women
    and it is -
    ; we say again, hoped
    combined.
    T 1 I (In not be a dissenting vote cast the States' chief executive are Sena- among the working claa e .and "uplift the asylums and hospitals,"
    tors F. M. Hudson, L. C. Massey, DonR.
    of election to bond the town for that whatever that mean. That she would be ENOUGH TO
    i There Is a man In St. Louis one hundred McMillan, Gen. Park M. Trammelland may says,

    + Uf ears old who drinks a pint of Hon. "1'. A. Jennings. If any oth KEEP A GENERATION( OF AMERICAN WOMEN BUSY. ZIt

    Houses Should Be Built liquor every 'Say. The "wets" should ere?nay be suggested who are fit companions would indeed. But why doesn't she get busy How can woman'svote
    bring him to Florida and use him asa
    ; ; of the above named gentlemen,
    citizens of this town will proba- living example of the efficacy of the help the wage-earning woman t
    .. then\ Indeed, the trouble will be, not
    to surprised when they are inform- liberal use of wblak)'. which to-down, but which to refrain THE GREAT TROUBLE WITH' THE SUFFRAGISTS IS THAT

    a } there is not a single vacant from placing the X mark before his THEY REGARD THE BALLOT AS A CURE-ALL FOR EVERY EVIL

    h,. a house suitable for habitation If Taft and Sherman would pa! as name -St. Augustine Meteor. THAT EXIST THEY SEEM NOT TO BE ABLE TO GRASP THE

    qr I I the corporate limies. But such much attention to the wants of the people ,SALIENT FACT THAT LEGISLATION WILL RIGHT THE EVIL
    i and at the rate families are they do to play hill golf, it is
    as
    In a speech before the Senate opposing THEY TALK ABOUT MORE EFFECTIVELY THAN WILL THE BAL-
    t with the intention of making more than probable fewer of those
    4 f the $26,000 appropriation alloted
    LOT AND THAT WHAT CANNOT BE DONE THROUGH LEGISLA-
    % their home, there will not be a who voted them into office would kO to
    % the Negro Agricultural and Mechanical
    TION IT I* MIGHTY HARD TO DO BY THE BALLOT.A .
    "shack" in the
    }tl, I next thirty days. bed supperless seven nights a week. College, Senator Cone said: "Take the
    the question arises what has thousand times influence before '
    ll; : dispo- brass buttons and chevrons away from woman a more a legislative

    r3 be made of the hundreds who Three belrs out in California have these negro boys and make them plow body of men when she appears before them in a cad&e that they know .

    3,-S here to spend the winter? declared their Intention of contesting i the fields. Think of it, men, negroes she know and feels than through ALL THE BALLOTS that aha
    ire
    accommodations pretty Betty Green's will. From the manner i wearing uniforms and walking around -

    *-.- of ): to the limit now, and many in which she holds on to things, it is I the street of our capita], city. Why, cant

    i" s to their winters south prefer to barely possible those heirs will enter, Mr. President, I have seehv them sit

    cottages or rooms and do the long sleep in advance of the. old ting up here in. the senate. Negro Majority of Home Women

    qi as they soon tire of lady. captains, yes captains. We'd better

    a condition to which they are be making farmers out of them. Patent Are
    x The Japanese are a versatile as wella shoes Spendthrifts.
    leather red neckties, barber
    a' al is cunning lot of fellows. While the
    absolutely no necessity to.ad- -
    socks brass buttons and chevronsare
    pole ay: Mr CHARLES. HENR.OTU4! or Ch
    the advantages of this town and ambassador to the United States Is
    breeding in the breast of every ne-
    people to come 7>e fe-unTesr t.eIHntr-collece."udeou-- Michiganthat gro an ambition to eat at some white IINItE: are two classes of women today--those in the home

    r ; provision for their comfort. Japan loves this country, a gang C and the Of the
    man's table. It is not right to appropriate wage earners. latter there are now five
    wal well filled the past win- of the brownies are down ID Hawaii '
    ( to them money to be used in this
    _ northern and western people, attempting to organize a revolt against ,
    way. Why, they even have tenniscourts A LA ROB PROPORTION OF .
    i't exception they all declared American rule.A HOME WOMEN ARE S END-
    out there. Why not make them
    of returning the THRIFT THEY DO HOT KNOW HOW TO SPEND MONEY WISELY.
    coming --r--
    those courts and
    plow up" plant some '
    5 5 and with the advertisement they man by tbe name of James. Lads thing in them? It's called an agricul- GREAT CROWDS OF THEM CAN BE SEEN IN THE STORES BUY

    t of our town in the places in which Howe, commonly known as the "M II- tural school, not a military school. ING THINGS THEY CAN ILL AFFORD AND WHICH ARE OF NO

    coupled with the generous lionaire Hobo," anbwho-is reputed to Let's make them wear homespun shirts VALUE TO THEM OR THEIR'trAMIUE8.' MANY WIVES USE THE

    ?y .W of literature by the Board be worth two million dollars, is organizing and jean breeches l'and get in the field EARNINGS OF THEIR HBSBANDS A FOOLISH MANNER.

    I setting forth the many and the unemployed throughout and plow, as nature Intended they The outward way in which a womalvependa her money ..is a sign .
    advantages and opportunities the United States, the object being to
    i should do. We will cut this appropriation
    ; offers, it is safe to say procure them work: A large; percentage down and say to our State Boardof of' her spiritual and moral life.

    I be fully five times as many of the unemployed are' Ignorant, Coutrol, 'You take these, uniforms .In marriage the IDEA OF A PARTNERSHIP ahould P"

    : Kissimmee next winter. have shiftless and lazy and dangerous from, these. negroes l or we will ask the vail, for the wi e must take it upon herself' to be aa careful in the
    so before. work-a class that It Is to "'
    governor to remove you. -Fort SPENDING OF THE MONEY which her hnaban Les
    : I wish to build our town, to bring organize. Pierce 11:' ewe. *- earns as
    k I .is zealous in furnishing the means of export

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    The Klsslmmee Va1ijazeuc.Ti.VPHON Dwellings-,-for- rent, apply. to: .M.. Til Mr. J. W. Cole, oFt. Garfn.t: 1 I. in. Mr':*.. E. L: Chapman- ,, ol .Loiighman, '.

    ., ler. the i II spending today in the
    city today.. city shopping 11JBLLOCK(
    Methodigt. CjuchOTiCE
    NO. 11. "e and renewing old acquaintances .
    1 Latest stytesjin: .ladies' shirt. waist Miss Effie Lswson returned borne .
    -
    at H. C. Stanford co from Wesley Female College :this i ,Miss Myrtle McCallister left Sunday nEAL ESTATE
    .
    ;;, PUBLISHED. EVERY FRIDAY, i' Door.. and window; . .screVns week, ' .: for-Orlando,,where she and Miss Willie $ AND' Il'tPO' !' '.._aaana.asn.INSURANCE. ,
    made, to 4
    \ -BT- Dean; :of. that city Jointly celebrated
    order Mr. and Mr. H M-Pfanft left .
    at Ba1.hop.. yes-
    : ;. ...____ VV, B.Weather. HAPlF1le; their birthday on Monday! tha.21 sU.
    .
    ,
    .
    --- "" : terday.for Cranberry Creek,,N... Y...to I Rfv 3. Lawton Moon the- '
    . ., .. __ pastor
    Agency"
    Star
    he7WTilta:: Laundry'at '
    \ .. JLL the Home Store Phone /1&4." spend.,the summer, ..... ,*' Mr, Ja*. .K., Pent ld, '0(/ Delhi, 'b.Ta l St-Ttfatthew* Church In tlon of. Titles a
    ,, .
    %
    Y. arrived In the will fill the 'next
    ware county, N. pulpit Sunday at
    Rep.ort.j j For all kinds of repair work on fur- Mrs: Tom Warren,'who visited her sister city Tqesday afternoon with the colony morning service. * Specialty *
    Mrs. C. WJ; Griffin returned to her .
    niture - .
    etc., go to. Barns's job shop. excursionists, and baa been looking -- ....
    home in Tampa this week.
    ? around with view to purchasing 'Sunday night will bla i4' Solicited.
    1 Spend with it cost a prop- given .
    your money us *
    Following are the daily tern.perutureiand I no more and 'you may get a piano; for Mr. M. i...- Moreman of the Florida'; erty here. Mr. Penfield. a large dealer chitdi'en-and they will have their .. -

    precipitation as, nothing. ,C. Ws DANN. Finance Company i. here looking after in flour feed and grain. lar '/Chfd.ren] *.; Day" exercises,

    reported. by the Government ,the Company's grove property'; : slating of music and recitation
    station at Kissimmee for the Fred Woodham, the Narcoossee fnlit 1 Mr. .E. H. Baird of Marshall. III..
    member ojf the
    by Sunday :
    school.
    week ending June 24, 1909. grower, has gone! to his old home at Mr. JM.: Willson, Jr., accompaniedby who spent several days here prospecting :
    .' I fmsdale: Mr.. Moses Folsom of Washington, ; left for his home last Saturday.He :
    England, to spend the
    ,_ ', JI"J-'I: ,RAIN I mer. -- 'snm-. D.X_ ; Jeft thisjn&rninjr!:! for. a_trip over: was_so'well] pleased! wjth our town Rev J. T. Mitchell,has been 'in

    Friday . . ... 93 73 . .. r the midland railway. and prospects that he purchased lot Land this week attending -the an all kinds of Real Estate. .
    Mrs. Johnson from Kissimmee is State conference ot the
    Saturday. . . 91 71 .76 Miss Helen of Kissimmee and from J. R. Gilbert in the Carson addi- and Life Insurance and
    visiting her sister.Mrs. J. J. Doke.- Jones Leage. A large delegation
    Sunday . . 88 72 .18 tion and expects to return this fall and \ '
    Miss Ethel Groover of Fertilizers. Rent- ,
    Tiger Bay Cor. in Bartow Courier-In- Jacksonville are and enjoyed'the report .,
    greatly
    Monday . 89 7:{! . . build a home. '
    two ladies the Rents
    formant. charming young visiting dresses and lectures given during and Collection a
    Tuesday. . . 8972. .. family of Dr. W. R. Groover.Lakeland Taxes paid' for
    Wednesday. 90 73 . . Mrs. W. M. Hutson and children, who Dr. A. J. Beardsley, o'f Huntington session on subject relative to
    News. .
    Thursday 89 71 . has been spending the past month in the W. Va, was among the colony excursionists work. The nexf conference will .

    city, guests of Mrs. Kochenderfer, will Sewing Machines' for rent by the who were .here this week. He Tampa. Rev. Fred Blackburn' ,

    --1-n r return home tomorrow.' week at the Home Store. Agents for went south yesterday to look over some elected president of the State O. MEEK.
    ..It
    --- --- -- the Singer and Wheeler & Wilson Ma- grove property which he has purchased -, Kissimmee*
    ! Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Butler returned Fla.
    , ---------- chines, sold for cash or on Installment at Roseland, after which he will return '"Gi\f me some good work to do,

    home from Macon, Ga., where they plan. Call and see them. home and. rjiake! preparations to That I may forget myself and find

    j"t |I[ THE: LOCAL mLD.1 ter went, Mrs.to-attend S. E. the Bass funeral, on Tuesday.Mr. of their. sls-. For Sale-Two fresh, Jersey cows, move.to St. Cloud. Peace in I doing am poor it for, send Thee.me to V n

    Though
    four and two years old; both by Sultanof Mr. B. F. Knapp, father of MayorKnappofFitzgeraldGL LVJDBZOBREAL
    ; W. L. Rewis, of Winter Gardner some gift to those who are .
    St. Cloud .
    guaranteed absolutely! formerly
    ;
    has arrived make Kissimmee and SOme
    to home cheer- .those who
    r "" ..._--------"'" 1 sound; now atFell's Point. Address P.: engaged in the newspaper business are.
    ... and will be engaged with Loveless & lonely ,
    A. Vane Agnew, Agent. in that in town this week in ,
    city was
    Orlando.
    Wade, the tuner, Sewell in their.new tilc factory.Mrs. Grant me the joy to do a kindness
    1 On June 30th, I will discontinue consultation with Senator Lynn relative ESTATE;
    .Extra attractions at the Electric Pander) and baby and Miss Cecil store in the Walke. building and the my to the newspaper wich the Semi- one of Thy little ones. ,

    .\ Saturday. ,, Cole came up from Lakeland Saturdayand of will thereafterbe nole Land & Investment Co. proposes
    products
    my Bakery '"
    1 went down to Fort Gardner by boat Statement. I,
    to publish at St. Cloud. .
    and window screens made to for sale at The Home Store. Phone
    Doors I I I to visit; their father, Mr. J. W. Cole. 164. Made und.r Section M. Chapter 6MM Uiwi FLORIDA
    , order at Barns's shojS. I f E. A. Niemeyer. Mr. G. W. Burrows of Canandffigua, Florid, howtny the amount of.o'i- --
    i Miss Myrtle McCallister'one of Kisimme&s to the Tie Collector I of
    assortment of dress ginghams .After the close of the prayer meeting N. Y., has rented for the summer, 'thro Florida to be collected for the current
    Splendid I I prettiest young: ladies, is'a service of the Baptist church last even- the Brown & Harwell real estate agency 1UUH. and the porttonipent: of the . .
    at H. C. Stanford Co. I guest of Miss Willie Dean for a few the eeveral fund for which taxea hive. -' j tjAt
    ing the ordinance of Baptism was ad- the flat over the bank occupied by Mr. levied
    M. G.Waring, of {lLakeland, waa in :I days.;-Orlando Reporter-Star. ministered to Mrs. Bunyan Stephensand G. W. Hankins and family, and will APPORTIONMENT OF COUNTY M.: TILLER

    the city Wednesday nightDon't I I R. D. Waring, depot agent at Mait- Mrs. A. A. Loll. move here about the first of July.\ Mrs. RevenueTo amount-...-.. 4S10 71
    ... 5645 RO Agency.
    forget the Electric Theatre ( land, spent Sunday In the city with Mr. H. A. Hipolite has arrived from Hankins expects to leave about that time Balance Amount Collected_ state
    Mrs. Waring, who is ill at the home of for an extended visit to relatives in General. SchooLFund
    evening. | .
    Performances every. Brooklet, Ga., to take up his residence Amount Aweeed. IIOIIIIIH: -
    ,
    ; her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Wood- North Carolina.Mr. Amount Collected 102a: 21 \
    .A new line of belt pins at 25c, SOc, all. with the colonists at St. Cloud. He is ialance to be collected 18<< Realty bought and sold.

    75c, M.OO and $1.25 at Katz's. I a subscriber to the Valley Gazette and T.' ,A. Wilkinson of Riga, Mich., To County amount a.-J-assessed . \MH.1 /M Houses rented. .
    Mr. S. S. Griffin and family camedown called to pay his respects-this morning. I who has been in the city for the pastweek Amount Collected HIr.2! WS44J Taxes paid and Titles ver-

    lnquireof R. L. Roberts before send- !! from Orlando in their fine tour looking over the possibilities of Balance to be collected- for non-residents. i
    County SpecialTo
    Six of
    work out of town. pairs Viking hosiery guaranteed
    ing any job ing car last Saturday and were guests to wear for v six months without this section, left for home on yester- Amount amount Collected assessed .. 21)17 117:'JO Fire Life and Accident In-

    Mrs, G. A. Gilbert and children are till Suriday afternoon of Mr. and Mrs. day. Mr. Wilkinson speaks in high Balance to be collected .
    hole in heel for Written
    '! or toe, $1.00.
    rorfetursAmount
    visiting relatives at Dade city. C. W. Griffin. guarantee with each 1-2 dozen pairs. praise of our town but says.he i is disappointed -, Fine and Assessed .. 2.!>H6 43 Indemnity Bonds. .

    Mrs. J. A. Bandy has gone to Bir.mlnghamAa. The Valley Gazette is not quite sweet All sizes for men, women and childrenat in our weather-he expectedto Balance Amount to Collected be collected 2IHT M ..................r- --......

    ., to visit,relatives. sixteen'. ., but she is making her debut the Cash Store. May28tf find it much warmer than It is. He Sub-School amount .-Diet.nii No. 2To 106 '78 ', - --
    as anall home print today just anticipates returning here this winter. Amount ollecUd 147 1UW9
    W. B. Makinson has just purchaseda paper Mr. William Poland, ofVirginia, who Balance to be collected . '
    the same. How do you like her new Mr. D. M. Wright, of port Allegiiney.Pa. ..Bub-School Diet. No. 3Joamount.d F. K.KIBBS,
    new Mitchell Blue touring car. came down with the colony excursionists < 6fW
    dress T f rSenator'H. ., who came down on the St. Cloud Collected 04 ATTORNBY-AT-LAW.
    stated to a representative of this Amount
    Mrs. S. I D. T. Cosens returned to her Colony excursion, was a pleasant visitorat Balance to be collected .
    last Friday. W,, Lynn has been spending paper that he, as well as all the rest Sub-School DUt No. 4- in the Court House-KI.-
    home in Jacksonville this office yesterday. Mr. Wrighthad To amount saa..ed MS IS4UO
    several days in the city this week of his party, were delighted with the Amount rollected l simmee. Florida. .
    Remember the piano goes sure in i I looking after business connected; with cordial manner in which they had been been out to St. Cloud looking around Balance to be collected ., .
    associated In the
    will be
    and himself well ARTHUR B. DONEQAN. whom
    expressed as
    -Julyreep; your tickets. C. W. DANN. I'I'I the development- of the -St.- Cloud Colony received by our people with the outlook. He- purchased pleased four Clerk-County.Circuit Coj Florid rt .. ",, of causes the law firm of

    .' I For all kinds o{ fine repair work on lands. A big barbecue and fish fry will be lots in the Colony and expects to return - MaB.v--W arlo't.of

    furniture etc.", go to Bsms's job shop. I I Miss Mary Stebbins returned to her given on the day the allotment of tractsin in about three months and build a A. VANS AGNEW, Orlando ;

    Ladies' ready-made skirts in allstIes home in Ft. Myers Monday after having the Old Soldiers Colony takes place. home. P.

    and colors at H, C. Stanford ,| spent a few days very pleasantly in This is located on the grounds of the old f.'f ) 1

    CO. I i i, the city the guest of Rev. Mr. Mitchell. St. Cloud sugar plantations, near Kis Mr. R. C, Jorden of Sutherland, I I ATTORNEY AT LAW.. .... C. MILLER--

    and family. simmee.Arcatia news. Iowa, a friend of Mr._S. C. Boots, has I AND NOAARY PUBLIC, .
    Mr. H. D. Geiger of the Valley Gazette -I : been spending several days in the city

    force spent Sunday with his peo- ,I The attention of our readers is particularly Messrs. Loveless & Sewell, the Ce- prospecting. Mr. Jorden has been reading - KISS1MMEE, BARBER SHOP -
    _ directed to our advertising ment tile firm of WinterGarden who
    . ,
    pie at Apopka. '- the Ualley Gazette, for some time
    columns this week, where almost every their ,
    I recently removed plant to this
    and states that he was induced to
    Chill Tonic. Guaran come
    Use Plank's. business in the town will be found re city have just completed a contract for O-DATE SERVICE BY:
    all here by reading the paPer, together
    teed. Price 25 cents. Sold. by _
    presented. '. Mr. H. F1emin ,-having put in, three '
    : uI17-8 I with letters from Mr. Bqot 7 He is BARBECUE WORKMEN
    4'
    ,
    drugKUU.
    I 1 "'" J. C. Cranford, vice-president of the acres of tiling on his island. well pleased with this section and expects '. t' I!

    \ ; "1 "De you have any mechanical troubles Consolidated Navalstores Co. and one .. M
    Fo.I Fused,,Bi-focal Glasses, see me, to return later and locate j" i

    I.. ;,," WJ 7 :>If BO. it may pay- you; to' consult' I of Florida's leading";.developers, .,'spent as you wyi, look for.them.ln vain 'else 'Mrs., ,G.-..,A. -RexfOrd' and ;children
    ; Mr. Roberts. several days in the city this l week look. where: Office, second floor Fraternity have just returned from a trip to Davenport j ..- : Soda Fouut" .

    Miss Fannie Lou Peterson, of Madison ing after his large interests in this sec Hall. Open Saturdays to i il and 1 to where with her brother and sister -

    'I has been visiting her cousin, Miss I II tion. 4. Prescription> work a specialty. and their families several days were 'tfl'SU '

    I Helen Perdew. Dr. J. C. Davis the-well known optician DR. P. G. WHITE, spent camping on the banks of a beau. Drinks and Flrie

    -1 j Buy a Gem Safety Razor. Handle I at the_ Park Hotel, will extendhis Optician and Refraction tiful lake. The time was spent very Box Candles 1

    ., and 7 blades for $1.00 Guaranteed by stay another week. Headaches of Arther E. Donegan of Kissimmee was. pleasantly catching fish and picking

    1 Osceola Pharmacy. .. years' standing cured with glasses by a visitor to the city last Monday. Mr. huckelbemes both of which were The Publicis_ invited to '

    Dr. Davis. Don't neglect your childrf'n'a Donegan is clerk of the circuit courfof found very plentiful in that region. ?
    -1 See that your piano tickets are numbered a Grand Barbecue and -j
    There were fourteen in the and
    party
    eyes. Osceola "
    county, and a former memberof '
    for
    them at
    if not, return once GigarettesTTobaccos
    I ; all enjoyed the outing much. .
    very to be held at
    the Fry
    legislature. Mr.Donegan| reports
    __ "clIah e. C. W. DANN. Mr. Daniel A Smith,. of Highland 'I
    Springs, Va., was a member of the excursion hi. home c."itY'&a experiencing a moat Mr. J. F. Brown and wife are in the :"

    1 Geo. E. Parker of Lakeland was in party and mad this office a prosperous -Sanford Herald. city today enroute to their home in Kis --

    the city Saturday visiting his father ; pleasant call. He stated that he would Mr. Orel VanHorn has rented the simmee. They had been visiting in Oco- Boggy Creek

    I i Judge. F. Parker. return in about three months to mak'e I Watson cottage and will have it in readiness ee and made the trip in a buggy. They POOL TABLE

    Make' your wants known to the Roberta Kissimmee his home. I for his family, which will arive in speak well of our roads about here but \ .

    ,, I Niemeyer Co. for turned work of : state that between Pine Castle and Kis-!
    ON
    the of -
    week Mr. Vanhorn
    The Kissimmee Valley Gazette added cours a or so.
    I kind and grinding corn. simmee the road gets bad in
    -., any 113 bona fide subscriber during the wna forced to leave Nebraska for his very

    : Mr. J. R. Gilbert and children returned month of May. that-keeps on for health and has improved so'much since places.'Orlando Reporter-Star: Os- JULY R.LStarlmgTINNER T
    ceola is THURSDAY.
    ,* just now making preparations
    I home from a visit to relatives at twelve months Editor Harris may be rid- his sojourn in Kissimmee that it I. very ,
    to remedy the defects in her portion of
    . Micanopy last Monday night, ing in an automobile or aeroplane.-De- probable he will settle somewhere in \0'
    this and in few "-
    road a months at the
    Soto County News. Florida, if not at this place.
    Mrs. R. O. Bowden of Lawtey arrived -
    outside, will have constructed a good,
    Horse Racing, Dancing
    Monday night on a visit to her parents Strangers in the city are warned $jJIo{. Folsom of Washington, D. hard marl highway from Kissimmee to 1

    Mr. and Mrs. M. Cosner. against attempting to cross the, Sugar C., one of the editors of the !atlonal the Orange county line. It will then rrvent and Other Sports. &'

    Mrs. M. G. Waring came up from Belt trestle at the head of the lake on Tribune who came along,/wftHihe colony be up to Orange to connect. Big time for everybody. I
    excursion to look after the -- ------ Kinds of Sheet Metal
    Lakeland! Monday on a visit to her par- foot. The trestle is quite a long one comfortof .

    ants Mr. and Mrs. Jno. M. Lee. and an extra train is liable to come the party, was an appreciated callerat IN MEMORIAM.On JOHN FLOYD

    along at any time. this office yesterday. lie stated last Tuesday afternoon, June 15, I and Repair WorkTIN
    M. Katz purchased three vacant I lo sin that the excursionists were all well
    Mrs. Pilley is preparing to move her the death angel visited the home of
    rear of and on same block\ with the I pleased with the colony location, and 1'
    millinery to the frame building next Mr. and Mrs. :Anderson Bowen, of this
    office this week.
    Gazette seemed to thoroughly enjoy their
    Valley I
    door to the city,bakery. Mr. J. Hardy stayat city and took from their fond embrace

    Mrs. T. W. Mills of Palatka is here Walker, owner of the building is havIng the Runnymede Hotel. their little daughter, Blanche two THE

    i' on a visit to her sister and brother Mrs. it papered, painted and put in thor- Messrs. W. J. LaRue and C. A. Shel- year of age. Her case was'very skillfully ROOFS and PLUMBING *-'

    A. S. Gilbert and J. D. Jefforbs. i ough repair. '. ? don, of Sedgewick county, Kaa, have treated by Dr. T. M. Rivers, and NORTH KIS V *il.MMM

    Mrs. Lena Barnes and little daughter -, arrived in Kissimmee and are looking all that loving hands and a kind physician .
    Mr. J. C. Miles who . *
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    recently purchased T.Me. B.M. I** B.T.W> SB. *SB. *SB. SB.TJeMSSB. *sWHl
    : around with a view to buying could do was'done, but God in His
    \ Don-is left last Friday for Alabama property
    . Miss Msling's place in the'western BARGAIN STOREA.
    i. and Mississippi on a visit to relatives,. par% of the city states that he has and settling this vieinity. These gentlemen -I I jnfinite mercy and love knows best. J All Work Guaranteed .

    are friends of Mr. A. S. Nelson, Dear little Blanche, how we miss you, ?
    Rev. J. T. Mitchel is attending the been in forty-two states of the union,
    "' of Wichita, Kas., who has" recently Yes we miss you everywhere; --
    State convenion of the Fpworth League and that our climate, even in midsummer -
    been making some purchases in this But in Heaven we hope to meet you.
    which is in session at Deland this week. is superior to any other he has section, and are repreentative citizensof And there will be no. parting there. S. GILBERT Shop Opposite Valley Gazette :
    found in all his travels. '
    '
    Darn your stockings with a' Singer their state. Should they decide to May the Holy Spirit visit the home -* .5 Office -

    Darner, can use on any Dewing ma- Chaa. W. Dann the enterprising locate with us, Kisaimmee's citizens of the bereaved parents, comfortingthem DEALER IN \ -

    _, chine, 75c each at the Home Store. i I merchant, is preparing to enlarge his will give them a hearty welcome. and giving them grace to enable ?

    I store facilities by cutting an archway them to so live in this world that they Dry Goods Notions
    Stove wood delivered. town at $1.00 ORANGE GROVE: FOR SALE.-Situated "
    between his store, and the one now occupied may meet their dear, little Blanche in FlemingCLEANING
    strand. about three miles from Kissimmee,
    per
    I by Mrs; Pilley's ,millinery store the beautiful, home beyond. Glasssw re ..4
    ? 16-tf KISSIMMEE: LUMBER Co.1"Just on railroad, less than one-quarter mile I
    the latter of which he will use exclu- A Frtend. .
    from station and within 100 of
    yards
    : received direct from factory in I sively aa a shoe department, --
    church and school house; thickly set- PRESSING

    4- line Philadelphia of mid-summer, an unusually Stetson attractive hats for I For Sale.-160 -acres on lake; 253 tled commu lty. Grove contains 12acres J. M. W1L-LSON, JR., We sell McCall's Patterns DYEING ....

    men at Katz' ;I bearing orange trees1tif small budded about 60 large bearing orange Publictions. REPAIRING

    t orange and grapefruit, few peach trees and over 400 grapefruit trees I NOTARY PUBLIC... ) _

    A manufacturer's sample line of, and plum, 5-room >house and large just coming into bearing;also nearly 400 ? STATE. AT LARGE ) Subscriptions taken for word 'at m,,hOIl" and cloth- .

    ladies' bdkfs. in, hemstitched and scalloped -'I stable; 80 acres fenced, 15 acres cleared. peach trees. Will sell at a bargian.For Real Estate Agent.' Magazine, only 50c per year will\ be called lor and returned. ;

    edges all 25e.. None worth less A bargain. particulars address box 283, Kis paid. t '\

    I and many more than pr\ce. 6-25-'Zt., L. A. Minx & Co. (simmee,Fla. ISSIMMEE. ( FLORIDA Pholle 38 Kisslmmcc, Guarantee_ ;





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    In Regular-MonthlyjSerfsion' and, Transact Kiss T.I Co lon dl \nc. call by ah.rifT. ,'. f.-4l(, )
    +1.a .B C Miller tress credit to revenue fund Kill (00 !

    Important Businesst> The following p,y roll'wAs examined On Lake- Tohopek'all.ira.Hunting Klshlnir Shouting.t.. I :-:::: ..... . . . . .: . . . . ... . . . . .......a\aa\aNate. .- . -::::: ,
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    -. .. ,. '. -. .. ., _..,) ',:,,," .. ', ."approved and warraht Bordered drawn in Bathing' GoTf. "Tt>nTrt"rnocjWi"Olcket ==- .., ,t' .'. J I

    '. favor of G.i-W.rOrorBtreetV. _', i ;Clock >'G&1l, "ebiill! I
    Y Kisulmmee. FJ&..' June 7. 11,109.! Makinson thestump puller andlthe twb a. W. .hton. 20 d.v..t 1.60 $3,00: I ( Trap'Sh<,otlnll. ,
    :- 8illnu.l'lemmops. 2li lilt 125 87.IiO. Terms: f2.ftll to #1.50) per day.
    Commissioners mules, also three men, at ..the rate often I.GoocTs.
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    The Board of -
    County ;
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    Early W.....",2l'y! .t 1.2- 27 1/\/ $15 to $a per! wf't'k. .
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    metMn.regula'r session on the above dollars pet; ijay;\ the actual cost to Joe Galloter . 1161 .t 1.211" 110 9'2Coors. : :: ;-:::: v

    date, there being,present" : E. L. Lesley /- 'the county, ' M-.n ..!: '..... :.,.'.l i "" ,.t 1.:=f. al (0Marlon To Our Friendst: a E .....,.................,....,..,.................... == -It J
    L. Overstreet Mr. Q, Av Gilbert appeared before W.rt'tln. :YtSf at 1.hO tq!,25 '
    ,chairmanand Come '' a.meal, 0Ue-1at ::::: |V
    Arthur Warren . at'4.2a III 't'''a, agd'trv .' )
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    .. S, Stratton, E, ,R. Pass, J. H, Walker the Board and) asked for-tho contract torecalHomine Uonrt,P.lll , Cpmmi mioiverg"P. A. Vans. Agnew; the c.ourt<<; house. Mr. R,. John ('empb.ll 171.' ; 't 1.:1": ,. 1 1f 8.1.. inearileUeu $10; looms $1 .per" .t

    . Attorney for :the Board, and Arthur E. L. Starling'appeared! before the Board, Fait Sullivan 171... {. .t 1.2. .21 8'7' day I
    { *' Done Oerk.Tlv. and asked for the contract of painting Emil Mach 20tq. .t 4,111' 42 ,0
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    fan. minutes of -the- last meetingwere the roof of the Court house. In bothmmrBoard Arnold II..... 1 '. at 1:'>0 f '0I I L PRjCES.'t

    read and approvt
    Mr. A. E. Drought nppeanilbefore this work for the present and at such o M Long :i" at 1,15 t aiII PROPRIETOR. I I == :

    the Boatel with reference to the road time as they take it finder( consideration II Rufus Graham ::1Ih" .t I Wt ", ro -I II EV' ==
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    advisement these Oventreet -
    matter which the Hoard had under theywill give; gentlemen -
    +n at tlj last M4'suin, and after opportunity of bidding. I Total : 110164 UP-TO-DAm I 3' '.
    SEE OUR LINE OF ICE CREAM
    being discussed with the i q oard, the following W. J. Sears,. representing! the city, I Paid warrants were ordered; cancelled -

    resolution was introduced by J.: asked the Board to III/point./ from their from the following funds: E FREEZERS HAMMOCKS,. MOSQUITO ==

    S. Stratton, seconded by E. R. Bass: number a committee, who in connection Revenue. $1589.16 Sign and House ''g' NETS. WATER COOLERS, .
    "Whereas it ts expedient to establish with the .county attorney, could, Road 2121.98 .

    a public toad from hammock; "grove draw up the necessary.papers by which I Fine and forfeiture 480.(00 ::: REFRIGERATORS: ETC. ==

    depot on the, fit. Cloud Sugar Belt R. R... the city and county could I handle the J.'H. Walker, commissioner from tK
    west on the.section Ime tQ the limits of inert from) the pits according to, their Basneng-er district,' presented the fol- --

    the City of Kissimmee; interests. Whereupon, the Board appointed lowing pay roll for road work, which Pailltihg\ --

    And, whereas, it is necessary to re- Mr. Lesley and,} Mr. Stratum wan! approved and warrants ordered -

    quire a survey to be made of the proposedToad who, with the county attorney, shallconferwitlrtheeity drawn: 1
    ,,' l. the-course beingeasylodetermine councilMr. -- I'CChandlur. n. Dave At tl 2'U 1 STANFORD CfliiSOII C G YES f _-
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    TH Campbell .1 1 f 1 Jr.'G /
    from the goei'ninentplat Dan Brown :having resigned his$ ,W Walker'1 115 I 107 PaperHanging :".Plasticoi g
    ; resolved office us cattle inspector. of district f y.; G W Walker I day with. team 2 "M' '

    That it is the determination of the" :3, Charles Peterson was recommendedto The following communications were. _- |= HARDWARE COMPANY 3.

    Board to establish the following road asa tK? Governor for the position.J. read : --

    public road: Beginning at the point H. --Walker Commissioner from Jacksonville, Fla., 6-4-4K' sadsfa tio..t Guaranteed I 1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 11
    of intersection between the south line the fit-h district asked the Board to Mr. P. A. Vans Agnew Kwnimmee, ,

    of section 23, in township 25 south of have the road recently opened to the Fla.ftHr\ Sir- Replying to your -

    1w range 29 east,' mad the right of way' of St. Lucie county line grubbed and grad letter of April-14th, advising that the I ...ooooo.oo.o..ooooo000000.ROLIir .

    I the St. Cloud Sugar Belt R.R.* on the ...1.t Mr. Walker staled to the Board county commissioners of Osceola founty GEO. A. GILBERT .. i'S' COLLEGE : te

    south aide of said right of way and that the St. Lucie county people had have purchased} marl bed for /good

    running west on said sectionline to the opened their road to the county linn, Toad material near Reedy Crt't"k.os- CONTRACTOR.' IWILLIAMS' I FLORIDA'S OLuE5T COLLEGE :

    r limits of the City of Kissimmee, being and that this-roail was very necessaryto timate for this track calls for $736.75 KIDNEY PILLS I o College Academy and Schools of Music Expression Fine o
    w the southwest corner of said section. the people living at Bassinger and of which the proportion to be paid by '
    Hoer cot i nitli'Ctc l your htduet.i ]IIft"O I e Arts. Domestic and IndustnafArts, and Business.
    i said road to be 40 feet wide, 20 feet on' doing business at Ft. 'Pi..rce. The road the county commissioners is $269.tK') you ovcrtt""rko mir tu-r\onn)tt-n. m.lrHiiMiil t e
    ; trouble with( I ki.1iiH\ and l tilHil-lcr',
    each:sideof said described route," and' superintendent was instructed to have Will you kindly take thin up with thecommissioners Have mi paws lu lulus vtmr;, , Nldr< ,bark; grub" ** MiidblittMiM o ( "arnirn: Mall .l.Ihircl.wpn..tlormhorv l now completed: eleco)
    HHVC ,tan. n llabl> ai'| i><*nruiif(> n( tlu'face. trie litfh'H. sieinn 1111I1, furnacehVat, : large/ faculty: perfect healthco0dition.
    1y. the clerk was instructed togive all landowners this work done.Communication. at an early date and advise ; e e
    PI] erlall7 tinder 1 ihi !r1 r- Too frryuruta,1es1 : line ).;!\mnllo'ltlm.1 lhletlc fields Otttlnif, tennis courts
    affected by said proposed road was read from the me if it is their desire to have this rr in mvK urine H I I -t., rt illining. Ki'li'fy:) < o gulf links: l"a_t'tinll. !foojjjall and basketball team. champion of o
    1'tlls M 111 retire ( ItruK'trint Poe 1 >.1k the intention of the Co. track in the r..ntalof which will be y"-ft Florida in IIHIII.)\) =-urKa of niillian dollars
    notice that it is Champion Bridge requesting Payment puT only by Usi-eoli. I''A' < e quarter a endowment: :
    r Board to establish said road as a public for the Shingle Creek Bridge. a nominal sum of $1.00 per year they I pTpt-nses tDoilcriitvr Ifeholal'shlp'ailaht'! Christian but unde- 4-
    I''OO'I e nUlIJloalioo"s.4.I.for): ) .
    road at the next regular meeting of This bridge having been inspected by however being" required to furnish necessary .

    the Board.: the road superintendent and accepted right of way on lands not owned I CHARACTER CULTURE CONDUCT e

    Hon C. A. Carson appeared before warrant was. ordered drawn for the full by the railroad company and to !pay a e y- 1 Fur < atalocue AildreaH the President: e
    L1a the Board in regard to the bills of the amount of 740. for the maintenance of the truck during '

    l Kissimmee Lumber Company, which J. M. Willson Jr.. presented a deedto its use. -. Wm. F. Blackman, Ph. D., Winter Park Fla. ..-

    had been held over from preceeding a strip of land 15 feet wide on the Yours truly .
    very ................
    meetings, owing to a misunderstandingof west side of the northwest quarter of M..Riddle: Feary'a see brat txeanarev.ry year ..........

    the contract. Mr. Carson explainedto I the northwest quarter and the north Gen. Sup ta.retallreMaa arw rpply,(rashly '- - -----.----.- -
    r tested and putup Tm sm no rat ofpoar1)4)11
    ) the Board that it was the intentionof half of the southwest quarter of the June 5, 19O9.! orremnant Hmka, W.take I C (' .llHow' K. Manager
    I the ( get the rwnlu. any or the.
    parut you
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    the Kissimmee Lumber Co. to chargenot t northeast quarter of 16-25-29 Osceola' M. Riddle, Gen. Supt. Jax., Fla., beet eqppae ad most.pert red grow..r. \\. U. 11"11" ItI.1., "",.',1
    In Amerlm. It Is(0 our adv.nta.I'to SI'ECIALTKS
    only for the timber, but to reserve county, for a public road. This road Dear Sir-Beg to acknowledge receipt rusty you. We will. For e.la Merv, : : ORANGE GROVESVlNTKlfliOME9
    whsta OUT la. W.d.Annoat Ce..
    i the right to remove the timber after it i now being in use and having been of your letter of yesterday. The wrest.S. Co COLONY TltAL'TSTIMHKK ( BROWH & jldRWELL[[ \
    was cut by the county. The contentionof worked by the !county, same was ac county commissioners will meet on M.TwY a ,
    Daaa64 a16e14 Sl'MMEK RESORTS .
    r the Board was that the timber belonged ?J cepted. Monday and.will then issue..a_ warrant L.ANIJS
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    to the county after it had been I Mrs. A. W. Phillips appeared before for 268.00, payable to you as general TKl'l'K FARMS REAL ESTATE BROKERS IMPROVED FARMS

    paid for. After thoroughly discussingthe the Board and asked its assistance in superintendent. Regarding furnishing I

    t, Y matter, and the commissioners be- securing the release of her hnsband, necessary right of way, the county KISSIMMEE. FLA. .

    ing advised by the county attorney as who was convicted at the "recent term owns this land having recently purchased Eureka Pressing -

    to the contract, warrant was ordered of the county court for the desertion it, and the commissioners will YOUR BUSINESS SOLICITED
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    drawn. of his family, and sentenced for four execute the necessary papers if you
    Hon. C. A. Carson also appeared be- months. She stated to the Board that she will kindly send them to me. Club------ If You Wish to Buy or Sell, Come to See Us. '. .

    foreJILCBoard; !in behalf of the State thought, as he had served two months: :tiCi..paiwork upon our hard roads -- ,- ---- -..---
    .1Clothes wwH h-w----------------wtixH"
    Bank of Kissimmee, stating that the he was sufficiently punished. The and all new construction work haa been \

    bank has held a warrant for 92350, Board expressed a desire to' help her; stopped for reveral weeks, awaitingthe i C. A.CARSONpraald.at.. N. C. BRYAN Secret.ry.
    mad payable th the. Southern Steel but It is beyond Its. -jurisdiction as this building of this fide track and the Cleaned Pressed

    i StructuralCo., for 3Q days and was matter would,have to go. before the. county j is in most urgent ,need of' this arid Repaired. AlUworkGUARANTEED. $. rrxE: : :

    still willing to hold this warrant at the pardoning board. '' ' ? i marl. Therefore, the commissioners /. ,1"> t ,- -
    i rate of 8 per:cent'Jntere. ;',,!hlch"'tb..)' '*The'"'fpllowing''"communicationwas: hope that,you will order that a"'special" ,.: '"j... '; .:.. :.,:_:.1-::;;',:,., ;: ,; Waters &- Carson Grocery Co. > .

    7 had been charging the county. The read: effort be made to get this side track at .
    j JOHN B. KINGOsceola # ,
    yd taxes being all ln.and the revenue fund The Board of County Commissioners: with the least possible delay. / Phoae 149
    ; Retail i
    f being low the 'Board decided to draw Please find bill for trees used by Yours very trulyv;

    i 1 rt warrant for the interest for seven workmen on Shingle Bridge; !> .cypress P.-A. Vans Ajfnew. .GR 'C. RI.ESi.

    months in favor of the bank with the one dollar each, twenty-six dollars. Upon motion, a warrant was ordered County .

    request that they hold this warrant for Most respectfully drawn in favor oJ'M. Riddle, G..... 1

    such length of time. Mr. Carson also June 7, 1909. Mrs. J. H. Steffee. Supt.', for $2iHTax (! .()()-/ Abstract $0j

    stated to the Board that the bank held The road superintendent explained collectors' report showed the Company j :i3V_ COUNTY AOENTS FOR $

    six county bonds which matured July he had not Mrs. Steffee, as following balances uncollected: ,
    that
    seen
    i 1st; that his information was that the peV instructions of the Board, but that Revenue . . $ 664.21 c. P. GARRETT. Manager. S H A V I Celebrated Fertilizers I CRATESGRAIN !|

    bond trustees would be inposition to he. would try to seeher before she next Schopf 1840.77 Heal estate j E T C. I

    ; 4 .take up three of the bonds, and that he meeting at which time this bill will betaken fte d 1461.29 Titles examined and, reported on $ Circular..d PrlcaairBlxhed _ _ .
    i. v -wished the county would arrange to up.Bonds pecial . .- 531.37 Taxes puicl. for non-residents -- on Appilcalloa.s .
    F take care of the other three. lie also for carrying firearms 'represented Fine & Forfeiture . . 398.51 Instruments relating to real estatecarefully i kT i

    said that the present rate of interest by E. D. Thompson -W. R. S. S. D. No. 2 48.59S. drawnCorrespondence

    t. the Board allowed was 7 per cent; but Nettles and O. R. and same S. D. No.3. . . . 40.82S. S oil c i ted.
    that he the . . . , _, _-. -' HIDES : FURS WOOL ;: c
    of
    .thought_ rate 8 per cent'abould were approved. J07naon .. S. D. No.4. 24.89 ---- -= -r '=0-= ,
    be allowed to the bank for what bills Poll tax report was checked with"
    The following ,
    r time they carried these' bonds. Major approved and warrants ordered drawn; stubs and found correct. DR. LESLIE W. WEEDDN .oC'U.n1ry Produce a. Speoia.l1y.

    Murphy chairman of the bond trustees, 7 Treasurer's report showed the follow- i
    ti j E: L IAele,. com'r 4 00 '
    S, 1 t made the statement to the Board that E: L, D Overetre t com'r and mileage .. :5 00 ing balances on hand: Specialist-Eve, Ear ,"-- ---- -- -
    4 i it was his impression that the bank had J 8 8tratto com'r and mil..... . A HO Revenue. . I too 41 Nose:and Throat...... ,.
    cta&Teed to carry theae bonds at the name P A Vap A....... legal eervtoea 20 MArtbMr fine and forfeltur.-7.' H tlt" >= =: fircl 6EE+ f< of 1 KDonecan.: clerk and auditor ::7 (00R School .. 44287Roaa
    rate interest and
    that he thought D DrIa..... sal Janitor 82 M a;Yg 21 Private Hosoital. American Na- 1 '
    tFI k' ince, 'at the time the bank consented 'W R Johnaton. ealary juda-a. . .2500 State AM.. . '. 40 00
    to carry these other three bonds thy W 0 Broneon*.auperintendent poor farm. 8. 8. D. No.K . . 162 M tional Bank Building, Tampa, i NOTICE !
    t t ,'did not mention an increase in therate care pauper M 30Klaatmmea 8. 8- D. No. S ? a 4t Florida.
    bf : Telephone Co. rent phone a M S. 8. D No.4 .. . 40 9..... ,
    : interest carry'them ---- - ---
    they ought to -- --
    C: F Prevail, care 'Jail 12 M
    j .t at the same rate. After discussingthis B C Miller..omml.s.oam.s treasurer . 65 77 Total' I'.UOgH) M T. RIVERS D. To reduce stock in order-to make room for my summer
    matter thoroughly, Mr. Carson said O L, Band,..: commlaalona aa tax collector 27 M for which he filed a certificate of der /ft./ /f/ft. Ti stock of spring goods we will sell our entire lot of Silk at a

    the bank was willing to 'do whatever Kiu ]flee; flant, light Jail V 01 posit from N. B. Carson, cashier. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON \
    : Water Carson Grocery' Co.. feed mulea V8 24 .
    Treasurer also filed receipt from T. M.
    the Board thought right in the ,
    ' '. matter. 0 W Overatreet road pay roll 401 fKlealmmee .. Office over Osceola Pharmacy One-Half Original Price.
    for $192,96 account of
    { Whereupon the Board decided to request Valley Oaaette. printing 30 00 Murphy on spec-
    f \.r the bank to carry these bonds foryear Klaauneaea Lumber Co.. lumber 142 07 ial fund. PHONS' l Besldence 153
    ; t '' 1 f Office 1ffj: J
    C P Prevatt. court ooata 11' 20 Reports of various officers examinedand :
    at the
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    a
    ,. same rate of Intereat
    Will sell Woolen Dress Goods-at ACTUAL COST OR
    C r Prevatt., feed prieonere 4l 60 approved.
    J .' which they were bearing. OF Krlbba.aalarTand feee :Sg 00 the TAR. J. W. SIMPSON :r. LESS for the next SO days ror Cash Only.
    W. B. Mak'inson There being no further business .
    appeared before the .
    C V Prevatt. feea State re. Parler Ii He 1:
    4 Board in regard to an error made in J J Dann repair road outfit ,. .. :S 00 Board adjourned to meet again in regular DENTIST.

    >l. .the grading-of the road on section 9, Oaeeola Pharmacy drugs 2 KG session.
    1 j/ township 28, range 30. He stated to Evervladea Cypreeaa Lumber Co Cypreea - -- ----- Upstairs In Katz Building.! : H. C. STANFORD COMPANY
    lumber 211M Call for Meeting of Democratic 9.a.. m.
    the Board that this road has -.S"!
    been grad- J W Oliver aurvevlng change In Ed. Whal- OFFICE HOURS: f 1.30: : m.
    ed thirty feet of one side of the centerInstead ey road .... .. 600 Executive Committee. Telephone No. 76 Jun 5. Ivr
    of fifteen feet. The surveyor, H A W B Drew recording. of wIlU 16 79B : Members of the Osceola County Executive : -, -.. - - -- -- T', ywilr, ir t JTh91ar JOrr. 'r Airla,a r9i 11r J1K ,
    : C Dana ,..._Una Jail: . . ft OO -- -
    who was present, explained the discrepancy J W Prentla account book o. 2 26 Committee are requested to ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ 11 II.tl .

    ....._ and.the road superintendent was Champion Bridge Co Shingle Creek Bridge '740 00 meet on June 26th 1009, at 10 A. M. i
    ( Instructed to make the necessary correction Walker. Evane A Cogawell. record aate at the court house Kisslinmee, Fla., I HOUSE PAINTING and PAPER HANGING :

    *. Mr. Makinson also asked for .. and J....... .. ... . .. .. .. 1200Stanford. for the purpose of recommending! asuc- W. L.. WINN

    1; } :.1>t "'th* privilege of renting two mule and .. Careon. Gravy.. Hdw.road Co.: mdae 1 VO cesior to the Hon. W. R.' Johnston, PHYSICIAN AND BURG N.Rc tl ALSO -
    '!' auppllee 86 00
    :.; stump puller to be used in removing the A E Don..-n recording and drayage 6 7.1: late County Judge and Judge of
    3>1. KUSIHHBB.Ornca .
    e PHONB and
    trees and stumps from the street of the F H Lawson mdae prisoners 1 40 y I County Court. T M. MURPHY, ID&NctI PBOHB V7. P'LoIUDA" Graining, Stipling Kalsomining.
    J E: Ennla road work . 1 Ml .
    of St.
    /town Cloud. Mr. 'Makinson said' I Chairman. ---- .-
    v i that there were thirty mile. of street T R Campbell .. . 1 v h W. W. D. D. S. '
    CARSON
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    G W Walker a gjKlaaimme |i SIGN PAINTING A SPECIALTY
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    to bo cleared, and that any encouragement Lumber Co lot. on right of vey, .M> 46 I HEALTH AND VITALITY DENTAL PARLORS I
    or help extended in this direction M Riddle spur track .. :206 00 I i MOTTB MainvaMiMa1' PILLS
    Iron and louto restorative for
    The
    great"" men RIVERS BUILDING
    by the Board wouldjbe for the public St Bk of Kiss let..., warrant No. 644. .. .. 09 g3 I and ..women produce strength and Vitality !
    PHARMACY
    sod the OVER O8CEOLA See Me ana Get Prices. JACK BASS it.
    Alex Davidson aide walk .. 101 04 builds "j"'rbat ystetit renew normal
    {good. Whereupon by motion, Supt. Nathan Lmmona road. work . vigor. by dnurl or by mall 11.00 per ,
    f. \ Overstreet was instructed to rent Mr. C Chandler" . . a 1 soP S7i bxe Pharmacy.boxes for -5 txl. Sold only by Onceola OFFl6 HOUB8 } .J TO TO '5* twos.nat ...4, .H"I-+-1--a+'+* I1 t+++-a''i rt I.+.. +. I1''++++++'+. +;I++++++ +* +

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    - <*vL:* Is hereby *Iv.n that the lowing deacribad-landap;.;80 much be.-t as.wu be N'.E3.A..SS. ]
    lady t.q pay the .o"nt 'du. for 6.x. harems .-t opDO.r. to the _. ,tongrth.r with .
    t.f t- .....t of euch ..1e otd a"v.-tlslne. will b..old at publlb.".tIoll. OD the 6th day of July. A. D. lees .t . .p. .
    Appoints Teachers Serve During the Next Term IU.\JI. >-.kt th.County uf 01a and ttale of Florida. .
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    ' and Levies:' .Seven ,Mills Tax.. ; .' ,: I'S CONTRACTOR: and --BUILDER I ..

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    KU.Imme 1900 r'school 8 hiss m'I choolKo. a h -< Does General Contracting and Building and Furnishes EstU., '
    rr.\I" FU., June. : No; Prather. ,.
    F' The Board of Public! ",IpnttucUonrnet I.. 4"M88; [ Qale to.school. ( No,9, ; Miss 8., tof nw L leas b.g s. oor run II t9 ydsw mates, on Structures of an size or Dimensions, whether \h

    No.:9Fred \ +uYd. .. .. . . ... 15 II'1a 8-'la.' 81 BaaaA R.. .. .... .. . .$ .1110 It be'a Two-Room Tourist
    .1 ip regular session there belDg Bessie Lawson t, cjool ; ; !ttw Ulda.lI\Il'da.' . .. .- ..-. ..I"- 1ft suy !Ide. .0.. 13..Oliver.. . .... . 860s.t Cottage or,* Hotel. :
    present W. C. Baa obalrmac, E. E. I. Harvey to school l No. 10;! ')Af- Lula at 1.14. .. . . . .. ... .... :lII III.Ia 3-ia. L" 1 Baiedath MN L .1--- . I III --"
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    8.i/of.w'4 . .. .o, Dkllllbtr'J. . . .. . .. II J Makes a Specialty ARTESIAN'WELLS "
    : Brown and J. B. 'Tumblln; 'also W. J. A, Itwood. to school No.'12; Pro .O; )togas oor of,..." I, 01 &', rune n ULydr < boring
    1a, W. Hubbardv principal and lJ'1. w 441' )'d.1 UO .d. .4... 7<1.. .. .... ... 26, 158 83e 10. Go.J IC. . .. .. .. .... 106 m which ne, has met with the greatest Success -
    1. Sears Sctpt. Beg 17A yd. oor of eat of '
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    t Mlaulea.of last. meeting were read Netll Uoda-CTi( assistant., to school run..101; ;3::LlO yd.r.w 106 d. :"r.i r of any man In Florida..
    I ..... .. .,.. .. .. . .... . II 8-. 8,1a 3 MaCelland S Y. .- . .. Ole --; t bi
    V and.approved.: .. Ne: 13; Prof. Hawthorne, principal &g JJ;S ,d. n of. .. _r'oft.t.of' nwt4 Give i
    Eltie rune n.16 )'d. 11.5 l.a'l'd.I: 1'1 I'd. him' votir work
    B. C. Miller, county treasurer reported and Miss. Lawson assistant, .29I-t1./d. n 8.3 2.8 yea a 530 "d. . 33 BS. '' aaa I A.ld.rmaD Mn Ellie. . 2 311 be well and andKissimmee i Fl a.
    ,'. ai follows: school'No.! 28.. and Miss Nellie \freth- U.n .Add..n."aub.lIvt.lon ul n...'. of wiji quickly ,;
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    awl af ', ... 81 Me Sia '
    T' ., -Jua 1st. ISOil. bee to aohoclN43.-35.:. - Loti ,' . .- . .-.-. "-, -,....-- -86.--a4--a-McLaughlin D1.------- .OYla _ .1.
    Lot . 81 S.. IIJe 114 lourn..n "ra Mary. .. 61I.ot
    Bass
    board of publlc'jlnstruction Chairman. C. and Supt. '
    I To' the honorable 20? 2l I, 22. :24. M. 27.29:30. ::1.1. ::12. :r.1
    In and fcr'Osceola county. : I Sears were requested to fill other va lit and 86 . sa :t5. 33e Wi Add-i Henry :.I 2sNw1
    of ss''' ,. U.'SI. ."Wac.onRA 164
    : ?
    herewith tender tny report. as tress. 'I cancies as rauidlv as possible. l . . ao. larber W 1 '
    ;': : :' . : 26. :. : t1
    \f
    ne'
    of
    so. Barber
    A"i1; of Osceola county for the month. Upon recomiuendation of thetrustees Ntof s'tofne'4' .. ,4' 263 80. 20 lIar,e..W F . .. .. 194) SUNNY-SOUTH STABLES
    May A. D. 1909. the Board decided to begin school ..' of of felt 4; 26e :"Ia O Barber W F 100wt
    I' ,of nod. lee. n'v ofn'"ofnw'.ofne'' '. 4 ::1-.. "Ie 7" Barber l' .. r 22 25N
    GENERAL: : SCHOOL FUND Ko. 13, Whittier, on the. first Monday 14ofn.of.'f' . .. . 4 :1:., ,"Ie 2u U..rber W F. .1.. r.. 100 -
    Nw'. of nw't, 4 ::'.. sty .0 Patrick JJ . ..... 1 &I
    To balance from Ut report 11.12511 1 In Julv. All other. county schools'on LoU : . .. Jl 2r :ltla 70 Tlndall.13 . I 18Bw'ofgwi'
    To amt reed from Compl. Feb. 'Redemption. :W 37 ; the first Monday lu August, and the. '. 10 .28. ::1Oe. 41' Unknown . .- . . .. 16414er L. H. INGRAM, Proprietor.
    reed from. Compt 1 mill tax I.I- 60 ae awi,'ru':. n 14.5; she '
    To amt Tax Cub tax-polls. 710 211 Kissimmee high school on the second. w .58 ch..9.ttIch. a ,.68 <<>h. .. .. 2C ::\7: UDknowD .... .. .. . .. 1 011W'.uf a I Igraacor
    from
    To amt.reed nw',of 5I4 and n'"of .w'. of..IS 726a. :... 4U 'l'Ieoa" D . 1N
    1 I Monday in September.The ... .. .
    .4 N.;. ofn.I), 11 0. 29.0 Lowder PE 1110I
    T..I . . . '.99465By ;I Board then. placed the. salary of l Beg al intersection of Itn. of lot 2 and rt. Livery t' Sale and /

    1>s d warrant ax per Iht 1110 07 the. superintendent at $75 per month, of along way rl-:Fl.of way Mid 1.K.)chi ruIY..we.trly we.trly aL., . . .

    . I as required by law and also $100. for. right analos with asH right "f way to.Ilneufluttthencealungaald.linstobe.a ... 2 46
    U) bas uce . I HII: 47.ONooL It- 26. 28e' 15 I3..ltobt Eats La
    /" too. 2. incidentals. All of D'1I' of nw''. "f ne'4' lying n. ofrt of Well equipped, with New Stock and Vehicles and prepare4" -
    aUI-OIBT. way of .. .. .. lJ 26. :.!'so 6llye.JW .- . .- I oJl9
    To lala'ice frulII 1a.t ''''port . L. IY !1r The Board requested the trustees. _of- AU of n r1'Midlty'. oft ne'a .ing Iw of rte ; ... ; .to meet all demands with. perfect satisfaction..
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    To amt reed from tax cui.. t.xea Y 2'1 sub-school districts No';: 3 and 4 toI of way : oa MId - - 13'26.. $. Thompson TW-c. ::: Till, T
    o- Bag 1/U 1 rd. of n. cor of nw', of nw'sruna.28ftw41hfta729ft.11lfttobeg .
    2228 I I look Into the matter of transportation : .2.: 26a :28.! 7i! Unknown 103S. HEAVY
    r I .', of nwl of nett .. . . 21 2". '28. 1" McGel era John 1 ))44Bw' HAULING A tha"A
    .: By paid warrant a per list 611) uo of pupils and requested them. to report of .e1't t 16 ;%,a 27. .Unknown 1 WNet.
    $ --- I at next: regular meeting. of .w 29 25a 27. 4' 'Cru.by J W & Co 1 64 ,

    i Balance .. 162 61) "''The Board also decided that. teach'ers CAMPBELL CITY. BROADWAY--PHONE: 102
    !' N o. a Beg, nwwcor of nw'. of ne'. run 11.21
    \" IOl.HOO..V..OIl1' of Kissltninee high school, except. oh* 6.26 chs to rt of way of A C L Kytheji .
    J To alau'e from I..t report 3 'O6 g 2 westerly along aaid rtof way l2 1 .4i.,
    I| primary and assistant primary must . .. . .. .. '. . 5 40
    31 33 ch then to beg 1 2" !8* 41 9i Douglass Mrs M L.
    To amt reG from Tax Col.. toes n a...........a..NNNH.. .... ._...._............ f
    hold a tit st.. grade certificate. NARCOOSSEE. :

    240 10 I. There being further business, the LottRluckG .. .. C' ,.- . 'j_ Unknown.1.. . 61 5 WHAT IT MEANS1MiiT .1
    J il6 usBy no Lot <> Block U .. Unknown .. . . 61 .
    r Br paid warratrw pllr H.L Board adjourned till next. regular W'.BluckK. .. Unknown . . . >hI i '
    t I people\ dO not know what, a Banks Capital for, nr the dtffereaOe
    meeting. HENDON PARK. i eweeu bank of little or no capital and our with large. capital.
    balance Ni6 . . . I 1 <*'
    I \V. C. BARS Chairman. tot 2'I and 21 8 I' 81 Unknown :
    I pt ItuoL.t'U-PIIT. NU. 4. 1.ot" A + :I:.. xie Drown H T I 00RUNNZMEUE A BANK'S: CAPITAL, AND BURPLL'SI '
    To balall fl'\Jm last report 1 I t\2 412 i Attest : W. J SEARS, Supt.IT'S ; I I. the fun,1 thit |protect, the di-p,>.'lu>r* from 1'l erelor.. the larger It U I '
    \ |>rol..cuou toe ilapu'lloni hare, rhlii bank ha. a t +'
    i To amt recd from Tax l 01.. taxes 13 7. ---, -- .- 1I".LoLIIBloeklol. Unknown : .
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    CaTllalor. .
    : |->),ono ((81nur.ius
    -- I Lot H and I' Block 76 Unknown
    ., . : fund of IS.IHIO lit! wi.4ockhulders' I
    I lot U Block 'B' Unknown 61 i
    , 76 76 YOUR KIDNEYS LotS Block 11M Unknown 01 .. liability . . no,,1100 00 I S''
    By paid warrant a. per h.. 'H P41I i -- '
    i 4 A total Of. 1115.1100 (HI / a
    "1 I-1\1 9'al" ' (lMN15IMEECITY I ( : Thl' tneen. that xo meat I'1v.. 11144),01)1 before our depo.lton oould lose a =
    j U. ..I.nc" ROBINSON'S ADD1TON. cea' Thu lr"Ioct\ou I. for 10t:
    All' 1l'''p. Don't Mistake the Cause of Your Lot i Block 0 Weaver U W ... ,,91 i 1 / .Jo.. '

    t, To baUllce rN';" h.ot reoort I 7. (p'' Troubles-A Kissltntnee Citizen KLA. LAND AND IMP. CO.'S ADDITION. i STATE BANK OF KISSIMMEE !

    ''1 liy paid war-Junta an per Ijal > ''nBy Shows How to Cure Them. Lot. < lean beK. ne cor. run w 31& ft a I*. : -- ft e >I5 ft n INK feet also. l l'"'. beg He cOr 41
    t '.", U" lulI'p..ol.le never suspect their'kidneys. aid lot run w 10 i feet n 2l"fte 10', f t : ':! __' &. FLO.'C.' /
    balance Chalker R K +(at!: <
    Jl' ft / :
    II C. MILLER snlTenntf( from u lame Heir a BIS corner l-ol 75 runs w 105 ft n 210 C. A. CAK-ON J 'UN.... LEEVfcePreiiMeiit N. B CARSON .j 7. .a. ;
    County Treasurer. weak or aching buck they till 115: thai ft a 105 ft 2HI) ft Mathc J T 1 ; : Preddeut l Cashier. CC 1"

    ,"" .. weakness whenufinurv T'J. ............................................. :.
    I'aul uarrant in the .uni of 1lH"-!!: > il i h only a inu cular : PICKRENS SUB DIVN OF LOT ............................. J.
    ,' > trouble! sets in they think it lot l Brown Tom. I ',. fiT
    were cancelk-d In open bvssiun.' will soon correct itself.] .\odto! it Is 1OBElt17 BA,S ADDITION. I -- r'tDANN'S

    Bills were apprutpil. und warrants with; all other syn)1)tums ot kidneydUiiiiieis All Block \l. I.. .c... .. Small Mary 16. -3
    ISSUed u!* foKWf! .: Thin it lust .where. -theduni'fr Lol''sum-make Sub Din of :Tf.irl V. I. _' Kivers, July .: I' WAGON WORKS '
    lliehHiriniUles ]leg bo fl n of .w cor Block 1 I. run n Ko
    7. 'e. ) lirs.) Yon uiiint cure liickB, 280
    I Morgan
    W J Scars .salary) HUPI ft e II'ft 170 ft w W ft ...
    ., 4 mi' ,' or they inuleuii' to diifheien", Men')w cor I'lk T J. run. n :>', ft e 99 f t a'1 P
    W C Ua"T>. M Ii 1 I The Iwl rrtuedrue ft !I.' ft UnknownValor. 1S ) I
    Hriiilit'8 iliseiKt. w .
    E B Hr.ii n M 11 ]' I IJ uo i, or to : is-. lUali'S'Klilllel) I'ill-. It All exceptnv's" 1I1"'kII.. . TJ . 091 HIGH GRADE VEHICLES MADE TO ORDER Ni
    It Tumlilin. M n I" t U >HI | lot 4 lM4 I ,ck 1 |VH. l In ir nw cur nalil lot run ,
    ..M cures all ill> which are eau.eii 1 1 h\ I, (>'i, f I c'" f I n'"" ft w t BCB.11 s. curl rrcjuiurvrVallei '. veu"k" or 11i,I'as.,1tWnp's.\ ICtssinfmee ; flew MW cor Block O runs n 7" 4 4r-thence e ". : PRICES ".
    >.,..-tw. printingR IH<) 'I'lIiltlll'UI to It of sal of A C L Ky thence .- !, 'J
    M I<:V"".. teacher achl 1 '130" ,IHI eoile| testify f to |" euren. 'I weaterly.lung rt of way 34 It then w toI oj
    7U IX j ;sirs 11. L. S( ;ueiKiosiiuiuee. / beg I ...' .. Bocot Thoa . .. t"I
    clil 1 2 I
    1>1.... Alleen Muun. reacher Blacksmithing HOrS shoeiltg-and Work
    .. .. 6"! "0 Kla.. ha"M: \ hack ached conMunil )Koltl.KT 11M.. rCOXl ADDITION.l : Repair of
    M... Jt-K-.it MlkellMum .. .. M <.' 1\ and made: me ,miserable. l\-: I I.ot I .Smith Jim. 181 I 7

    Ni... Emma Allnna Kulch Smash .. .. frl) lITrOXp, AllKitids] Done by First-class Workmen. "
    lift th in mhUlternik'. was 111creused. '
    6"" 110) unv Bi-K no cur Hlk t'Crna"810.1ftw19'
    Miss PiwHir OvernlrwlMia .. I could not rest and niorninijs ft n'u 10-12 f t e I l.> ft .. I Ramsey Mrs JSS 28)3
    >0 00()
    Sally WyniiaMl .. felt weary and ]languid.\: 1 linalh )- I.ANDa: SCOT PL.\1TEIJ.E .

    .. Flue I IMiii \ l.waon. ." .. >4)\1) OilJO (0>o>, I learued of the. efJectivenesn. uf !I put' nw of nw''' of nw'4' 2, 25. 29* 6 Kam.ey Mr J I S SC.L.BANDY . 2 50 J. J. DANN Proprietor.
    ell
    Emma Yo \ .. UUr"'NT' 1))IJoiiu's Kidney] IMls, in such nises I'

    711.i h M.IMI'" -Jail"- _._ "-- ---68-WB ,aud roiumly>..r.lUIl:1L..ILJ: : Iriuij'the -..- __ ,_ ___ __ ... '-
    ilFYaTr I Ki i miiiiiu'p' 1 Druir t"o. They /t live '
    1'1'.I' 'I'' Tax Collector Osceola
    Sulllv.n" () County.lih. !
    M.... Annex me ifrompt relief! and in a short time
    B C M lller., com tress., S...D. No. .' ) 13a entirely removed lire backaches and '

    ..' .. ." 41,4)61 jkiduey J dilHcultv.". '. I ' \ ; .' . .,; ': ' . IWe
    B, ,: ( r Vw sale by all dealers. Price 50ftems. ;: i" : :; .. THE.IOYSTOE GHBIBE G 8 HUD O JHoEip J G I$E' SHOPS
    school No ] I! .. ./ --r: :
    .
    Water A \;arun fro Co sue .' l'Y>8ter'Milburn, Co.. Buffalo,-' ) ,t ,I{ T-rr---t .

    W 4 Hesrofretghtand .xpred.:!-\\ i zy.ay; ''i ,,519|' NewYork, sole' agents for: the Uuit ;d ,"" '4-:"" .tlt" ; t IN".i.o'YL\W'I'\\'J! i :;J."I'-,,.' ":, ' ',"" '" ,_J .\,.",''," '.dul", ':'", ...'' ,Of..<,.:::8. .' .......'..,_ '!!
    W R Tlner 1u1.r..orI\IQI| Na;! :J 4 Srates.1---. : .raz, ut ,$ .., v'n 4v+:+ .;" following d.rtl",11.h, \ : :)\ 7" ANTHONY : .
    WBea ".. ..... . . ., '* .r '.NOlrfl''IA erahy Itl\ ll that ChI! <1t "'tit'b, .01"r at ,1'41011"aurtlnl'' .' : A. LOLL Proprietor .
    O JFWIIIiamseui'plie.achoolNo', 11)5 Keiuemlfci' the 'tiauie-i-DifaD's. on 11,41 2nd day of Auguet A. D. IIMIIIID front of the town bell' door at rcla.lmm.... Clty. tn the .. ...

    Nu 1 11..1' '"" take no other. t9xntt' of O.re'da" and 6tate of Florbtit. "r ao mll..b.'I".r..1 a. will ba necessary to pay the AGENT FOR '
    M Kali tr"n school
    J1 '"' "n'1II1 due lor 'aXc- herein vet 1'1'1"' lu the name ."II"urj'b such cot of wlle.nd ..deertHt13. \ .
    B.-l'nio; I
    St Bk of Kiss ins on w.rrunt

    CliuinnaiiNY.) ( IIIL swiis iiisU-uon-il, For Sale at a Bargain Gas Engines ;.
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    : !9 iaint 'il, as One 7-rooni residence' I'IlLr'ick's1.1' : : ; .
    to lime .school 1"01'0. |' N4Mr.I I lih.K1VT1ON' : OK 1'KOI'EKl( : 1 r- T--1'Tax lost and
    Ot.ttfits. -
    He asalso 111struci 0111..... Irrigatin *
    8"oti I4S possible' ) \\ -
    residence Has's ----- - -- -
    One 7-roiiin" Addition. T- t
    .-il t" ell the buildmy); known as K"bln'plI' Adilltiotl.Henry - - - -. ,

    the Brock school house One D-rooiu residence, :Mathews', Cauldl ug I..tl::; lilock ID ,7 .16! $7 "I1)sr .
    The Board,) then proceeded( to make dition... "iey hump.on) ) l.ot 4 IJUnk\ Ki, J 10l 2 ofahowuker' AUTOMOBILES RENTED OR' REPAIRED 15
    One II'I'Uaoout :275! bul llIMI, of If1w'ils l>Lan annual itemued eatimHt"* fo'r all bearing orange ( .
    the J. P. Hnran,1 N'a' of Lot 4 and all Lot 6 2 11I'runI.Hhlm - -- -- -
    trees. l lSbiyraaker'n
    law .. ... I
    ,as required 1 by. 1 : 1"1.It.n.ll .1
    school purposes These, can be hud. cheap on reason ARTESIAN} LLS DRIVEN ANY DEPTH
    for the BnbsIlvialou! ni Block HL Ban Addition.
    pod also jilaced 1 the inilluKe blPrms
    a ) Co. 'Auua' Reese . Lot4 .. ... . 816 161Bhoemaker' I .
    mills. WATERS & CARSON (;1(0. ---- ---
    ensuing year at seven Sllb-dlVtulou of Block QL Ban Addition.

    Iteoil/ed estimates were also received July Rivera ,.oL 8 aud Ni\ of Lot 4 . . 4 :M) 4 INHc

    for sub-schuol disrtlct No. -', and PILES I PILES I PILES I ;>bert Ba>. Addltlou.NWi Solicit all Kinds Repair Work IFairbanksMorse

    recomnmndation of the trusteesof Williams'\ liuHan IMIe Omtmeut will rum "".. Comwell and Nit 01 8W t", Block PL. 6 :MNWl.of 5.1
    upon Dine lilvetlmK .ud Itcblntf PileH U aborbn Morgan Hli'k Sloe TL e( 2.5Mergall It6
    said district, the inillak'e for the the tuinorn. aiUyi ItclifQK at once* sets anpnulliee a Hick. NWJ4 of . .(I'.iOT1. ) 10 2 M
    give Inntaut relief illlamn'' Imllau hobt'rt:: Bam . ty'y of Block I .ttL B 30 6 75 .
    ensuing year was placed at two mills. pile ointment I ; I In prepared for Pile': and Itchluit Sold 1 (>. W. AthlonMr Hex at NW for of Blk F6, run. S i 7U ft J-I..IIL: N7u -uaaa ri''*"* r8a4gk a6t 46tAtitnBtS.a6tsllxaAa arei rfV rffc .&..Ja.aa"J1,
    also received! and of the private parti Prlee51eand$1.00. II.W\I"\ rt . 4 74 6 49!
    Sub-school district r
    ouly_ by_Onreola__ .._I'harmacy..__ ___. C. A. Minx Loin: and Block H . 10 M 10 usI.H '"
    upon recommendation of trustees of I - -- n.- - -y -- Llxal Sll*" Lots 1,2 and a Block 21 12 60 m .
    M.... C A. Minx Lot 1. :2 slid 3. Block 22 . 10 50 101!\
    aid district, the 11111 lUll!!, for the ei.su- Mr. M. K.. Barnes, Exl. Lot 4 L".. Hug at N W cur laid lot. rum 81 li6 ft. E
    three mills. MIi.\\'ti6lt.ID Block I 2 64 33\1
    Inir year was placed at Chat ShejipardI E to lit of war ol A C I. Ky then S-we: .terly along
    I Sub-achool district was also receivedand Kt of way 70 It. then W tn Beg .'. :26 G 01 GROCERIES i
    REDDITT "" bncot Box al the SW cor of block O. runs 75 ft thence E
    upon recommendation of trustees J. H. to 1U ol way of A f: t Ry thence-B-weiterly! alougRtof .

    of said district, the millage for the xay.0'ft" to 526 li 31: (

    enslatf year was placed at three mills. JEWELERAND : Robert Ban 2nd Addition. =
    Jim bmlth Lot 4 '06 1 51 =

    The Doard then proceeded to appoint South Fla. R. R. Co' Burr.,. -

    teachers for the ensujnif term as Beg al Die moot Southerly cor of Lot 2 Block 19
    run N 4.1 deuree. K 7": ft N 47 decreeV 71 fl. 8 1
    follows: 4.1 degree W7 It. 8 47 degree E 71 ft . .. 21 00 2205 None bat the Best Sold. }
    f -1'rof. II. WATCH .
    Kissiiumee High School-- H. A. Mathews Addition i

    M. Evans, principal; Miss. Sarah D. battle p. Cornell Lot 3 Block g 1 Uo 151 \
    W. A. Patrick'. Addition
    Grittin asst. principal: Miss Jessie REPAIRER
    J.F 'llette B'k) of Lot 1 Block V1 10t\ I :.l
    , Brown rtlh trade: Miss Emma Futch. J. w. Thompson E'.., of Lol.) Block Y 1470 15 lbUnplutted

    7th grade; Miss FersieOver.treet! lith Land '
    LaChaiipelleJo WU of NEts of N W4 of NWJt Section :2H Town- f
    Joieph
    trade: Miss Albina Smith, 5th grade: hip >.( KnngeV 103\ 1 01 S. &

    iMri. Bessie Simpson, 4lh grade: : Miss .e|>h LaCba l'Oelle W1vofofNw'IeofNWI.ste2tI,2 For 11107E : % It :'JU!) 1 l>, 11\ I HI) ] R. Floyd Co.

    M. C. Bryan, 3rd 1 grade: Mis, I'lorrie Mr. J. J. S Ramsey >, of XW !, of NWlt of N\ '. Sec 2,, Tp :*). R IKI 2 lu 2 56

    Lawson, 2nd! glade: Miss! Emma Yow- Chas. A. Waldron .
    4 l lvr"Yyty
    ell 1'1'1111101'Mil.; ... Iu.mle'oouall, J. McPHATTER, Tax Collector.By .tTP tyrxprt9rrV"'V' sP P -- -- Vx1r tvr-- raP'vn ,

    assist.. pMumrv.' J. R. GILBERT, Deputy Collector. r1 i JSi,

    The salaries for the teachers of Contracting Carpenterand .

    above school were placed as follows: ++++++++++++++++++++++++++ 11111111"++++++++++++++ s
    BuilderAll i .
    Principal, $.150" asst. principal.
    .
    $80, 8th, 7th. &h, 5th, 4th 31'd. 2nd work guaranteed. Prices Co.
    Malsby Machinery Kelly Suspenders 15 50c
    .primary., $40. !.')() each, and asst.' primary I: reasonable.mates. No' charge for esti to ..4


    The salary for county schools was I 22 OCEAN ST. . '. . . JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

    placed at the same aiuount as last I PHONE: : 135 ) Portable. aDd Stationary K.nglne, :|t: r Viking Hosiery for Men, Women and ) 4

    year except BassiDger No. 28, whichon at4 Saw Mills Machinery
    Wood-working
    recommendation of trustees, was I I Jun. 2V4t r-'I"" / Shingle {((11 Mi, Lath. Mills and 1 Children 6 ;pair $1.00. i
    _______ .
    placed a* follows I c .. ..\. II- general line -of aIlPD1 ,s. Complete ,

    Principal $75, primary, 145 all of ROGERS' LIVERWORT line carried In stock for Immediate Betten-Goods
    ; shipment. Sold on easy terms.It on the Market at These Prices.
    above being salary per month. TAR AND CANCHALAQUA
    For the complete ear ot Couirh. Cold.,
    The Board also decided thai the Aitfcma and Bronohltii all Lung oomplant) will, pay you to consult us before I TH'

    term Of the Kissimmee High School tending Wild Cherrr to comomptlon., bare for ague Llrerwort.mantaloed Tar and an buvioif.' P"ltal..1\1. \ bring our .ale. I CASH STORE ij iji

    should be eight. months and for the. eatabliahed reputation ai a aodard oongbramedT. man. Write.for Illustrated catalogue.
    It contain no opium or harmfuldrug aDd price
    county schools five months can be !given with safety to ohildrea +
    Price 11.00. Sold only br Oaoeol Pharmacy W.ar.Omenl SouttUrn: Aa. V.r.l.am: Farquhar Corl_ Bollam sad BawMWa -4.. t tttII++
    Mr*. J. II. SteRee was appointed to I + + 1 1 II t of III .. tI 11 .,-

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    ":, f Enameiw 'Also Oil Heaters .Cookstoves.. Water Coolers l Singer and Wheeler: A" Wilson. Caehor Instalments.. Japanese and Chinese |ra raMattings
    Old machines taken la exchange: .\ ,

    E Lamps, Window Shades, &c." &c. &c. TYPEWRITERS .
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    r. .aN We have. Guitars, Violins and sundry fittings. for all kinds of GRAPHOPHONES, .'.. Let Us Show Them :To You. ,.

    + Columbia Disc or Cylinder, also KecordsT -
    ra instruments. DESIGNS
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    KISSIMMLC CONDENSED lower than 45. Cleaning' ball are easily made, and Mrs. I e Ce For Screens: Door'and
    It ill In the TressIS
    center of the finest huntingsection ,
    a cost 1 lees than If bought of a chemist
    r of Florida, of all kind '
    game being found within
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    To make them take half a pound of
    few mile of IU corporate ilmta.It .
    facts and Figures' Regarding This *th .head of navigation of a chain: of lake dry fullers earth and moisten It witha Wholesale and Retail Window Frames ;)
    ' and rive reaching to the Gulf. This water little) lemon Juice. Then add half an HEADQUARTERS FOR x Dealer in

    Gty! and county rout la three hundred mile In length and otincs-'of finely pulverized pearlash, Furniture Repairing and Anything -
    abound. with beautiful scenery throughout. and make all Into a thick pasta. Form .I
    T ere has been such a large number TouriaU who have traveled the entire continent Into* little balls and dry them In the Confectioneries, Cigars Beef Pork and in the Carpenter or Cabinet

    of I letters reclved ai this office asking pronounce America',. It the flnet Inland water trip in sun or at some distance from a fire Tobacco, Stationery Line

    for Information regarding:' this city In a few hours the balls will be ready Souvenir Post Cards. .. -GOTUBARNS. ,- -
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    and couniy that the following is pub- are the prevailing for use. When required the stained f Mutton
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    Individual be
    iihsd In lIe vf an answer-to each cloth warm \ CARPENTER SHOP

    Inquirer and bs a source of .. DRY GOODS water and rubbed with baIL Let the : Fine box Candies a Specialty.BLISS' '
    knowledge to those, contemplating coming Calico print *" r> to 7c garment dry then brush off the powder PHONE, 44. Opp ait Freight Depot
    4 Quarter muslin .... 7" Be: and wast It out If necessary. 1 --------- I
    to this community\: : i -
    quarter muslin bleached 7 12c

    Ml KLSfilMMEE! Gingham apron check. 6" be How to Wash D.llo. MsUrisls. j-tI K ]
    Gingham DreimWhite 7 1XVMB I To wash silks'' and pongee and dlra We doJ bWork'theaqua of any Print, Shop
    It hu moo than 2,000 population lawnFUrured ... ., .... 1 c ,
    tiles so that they will look like new I i
    It hi tb. leading market for cattle. lawn ... ... S 2r>c FOR _
    them in bran water For
    wash one
    Ita property I.cheap sad lax_are low. 10' quarter sheeting 25 aty c I _
    It almost burly. fr.s front moBqultxwl. tIt Denim .". 10" Foe waist take a pint of bran put In a
    kaa a good liv.working Board of Trade. :shirting. homespun .. ..... 7" 8c I white muslin bag and pour enough: hot SPRINGILLSSprinR"time '
    Its people are hospitable,kind and ......nerou.. water Into the basin containing the IQssimmee:: Bottling'I
    FRESH MKATS
    It h.a electric light and a telephone Hyitem.Ithaaaflne ) I bran to wash the waist. When the
    beef, pork and mutton per Ib. 0 to IV:
    hotel and eamme.1hotelL is sicktime.
    tourist three water is cool enough to 'bear the hands

    LIVE STOCK In squeeze the bag several times In thewater. Purify the bloodcleansethe I .
    It I*the, greatest fre.hwater Ash market In thecountry. Farm noraf* ... .., $126 to 111\0\ Add a tea poontul of borax system-by the simple Works .
    ..1 stnIJ Farm mules 1 1"u l 200 and wash the waist In the prepared and effective roots herbs
    1U loll will produce any variety of fruit.flowers ,
    or TeaetableeIt : GROCERIESFlour. ;water rinse and when dry iron on the and barks contained in
    nefl five chuVche of different denominations per hbl. X- I".00 to 17f' wrong side. No starch Is needed, for GI. M. PAATME..A., P/.O.-AIiTOR. -
    1 Meal per cw.t" J.W the bran will stiffen the waist sufficiently.
    -all fine butlrilniroIt I Guts " '. iO. NATIVE Soda Water. Coco Cola Ginger Ale and All the Newest and Best
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    it alwolutoly free from the Hale of wliiwkeyor BLISS
    *''urn. per l h.Nx 1.0)Oats brinks Bottled Crowned
    any other Intoxicant I HERBS and by New and Up-to-Date Machinery. i
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    It baa thelln..t .whorl ttynUim. of any town of .0- 70 How to Remove an Ink Stain.
    I Hay list' lbH,. NN .., 1.60 I
    Ita else In the United SUten, \ hit imtatova. per I IMI .. :xRic 1.2 A llttlo pure alcohol of any kind Is The cost is but a half-a- GIVE I US'A TRIAL ORDER
    It 10 free from crime there not being on an ,. for stains roused
    Bwcel :,. .W splendid removing cent a day to-rid the bloodof
    avenge It doea of more one arrant expreaa a month.buHinetw. than. any other \ .., |Hrr Ib, .,.. X,. 6 to >>c I by a typewriter ribbon Rub It well the poison that causes -
    n Sugar. lb. X Into the fingers as soon as ,possible. --
    per re
    five towna Its.....in the State. I Boils-Pimples and other
    Ham her ll>.. lie : After they are stained. Afterward t
    , It hu a Maoonk. a Kniiihta of Pythias and n | Skin .
    200 Tab-
    Woodmen of the World organization I SltoulilerH. her II).. I He wash carefully In warm water and Eruptions.
    It .Kaa. thraa lines of railway. and Is on the mainline !Mutter per Hi..EKKH. .. a:;* I i I plenty of really' Rood soap. If you lets for $1.00. A Guarantee L.AMINX & CO.
    v ff of the Atlantic Coait Line rail....,.. . per doa.. U toc' ICoffoe. I Iat have n6 pure alcohol try methylated to cure or money back. ,, ,
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    It IB on the banka nf LAke ToltopekdlfKa. one '
    Tea, Ib. 1(1( spirit. Ask for a Bliss Almanacand
    of the moat tM.uUlullake.on this continent.It her 7>c i
    U the healthieit town in the United Statee- LUMBER. I learn fully about this"\- i REAL ESTATE BROKERS
    the annual death fate being letia than 3 to the, Per .1M'feet $12 tO520 Hew to K..p Shirt Waist. Trim. old-fashioned remedy. I .
    1.000, It you have difficulty In holding your ;
    i Its atreeta are Hnadod I'with maHHKu oaks and I shirt waists down make n belt of Made by BLISS in Washington Dealers in Timber Lands in Large 'or Small Tracts
    > PILES I PILES I PILES I IUilhaiiiK
    olusttt two inches smaller than
    Ita boulevardK and lawns are covered. with tier strong D. C.
    lii.lian I file omtimiil sill I'un*
    mud < rbs your waist. Then new a book on one
    It la In the center of the orange producingeetion the liiniurH. alH] >K it< liliiK, Bt once, a<:IN n,* HHMiltui't end and an eye on the other and HOUSES AND BUILDING DOTS
    of Florida chipping> hundredH. of cant of, | Kivt's l l/ihtnnl rilii'fllliaulh l l I Indian around the \voialover the shirtwaist I-OR..SA1.E BY _ .
    .. pile ointment is \\'pAr.1 (01 PIli'iuiKl it< hunt fasten I
    the fralt yearly.It of the private )lar1o 1'rire eg ntul II'In i hi.Monl and under the skirt band. It ,
    has the bent climate bothtin winter and Bum* ) ty> 0-ceula rhannHCy J. W: HAMPTON. Orange Groves and Truck Lands in Lots of 2 1 12 to 1,000 Acres.KISSIMMEE .
    works Itke a charm.

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    the county seat of Osceola county, ig situated on the north bank of Lake i possibly, the largest membership in the Slate when the population of the town / ..

    T' r IS I TohopekalLga, Is on the main line of the Atlantic Coast Line Railway : Is considered. These two orders jointly own a magnificent three-story brick: =

    and Is the terminus of the Florida Midland Railway and the Sugar Belt building in which they hold their meetings. The Woodmen of the World also

    = Railway, Is 165 miles southward from Jacksonllle and 75 miles northeast have an organization, as have the carpenters a Union. (:

    from Tampa. It Is on what Is called the backbone of the State being 65 feet It woulfl be hard to find a towp freer from vice or crime than is Klsslm- f '

    1 above Ilea level. It i ip connected by water with the Gulf of Mexico by a chain mee. There are fewer, arrests made here than almost 'anywhere in the whole = .-

    01 lakes and canals and three flrst-class steamers Quake: weekly trips between country, pot averaging one a month and the county court seldom holds session - ..::.;

    this port and points as far down as Lake Okeechobee. It.has a populationof longer than three days at any term. Both the town and countyls abso- ::

    about 2,000 and Is growing at a very rapid rate. Its streets and avenues lutely free from the sale of Intoxicating liquor of any kind, and the citizens:: / ._

    A are lined with massive live Oaks and covered with Bermuda grass, and generally do all In their power to uphold the law.

    i Broadway. Its principal business thoroughfare, has 100 beautiful palm trees It is not surpassed by any section on the globe for evenness of climatethe -

    planted In its center twenty feet apart, making a bight beautiful for the ej e to thermometer seldom going above 92 in the summer or lower than 45 In the -

    % Ifa e' upon The private yards: aud lawns are noted for their beauty. winter, and the nights are always cool to such an extent that one Is not comfortable '

    r, The school advantages of Klsslmrnee are not surpassed by any town its unless sleeping under cover. The humidity In the atmosphere prevents J

    I', = size In the United States. It hal a High School building that cost 125,000 It being too oppressive for a person to-'work in the sun during the hot

    as =II which Is thoroughly equipped. with all modern appliances for the Instruction test part of the day. It is the equal of the mountain or northern seaside resorts 3't
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    +t i from the High School are admitted to anv college so thorough Is their mee declare It to be the codjest and most delightful place they have ever vis. ........

    = training. Its curriculum consists of ever study' necessary to equip a student ited. It is almost totally free from mosquitoes and, gnats; "}.. -

    c. .,., I i for successfully engaging: In any walk: in life except the arts and sciences andS i Without doubt It la the healthiest town in the United States-its annual l

    the higher professions. The building i Is owned by the county and I l4 known ad death rate being less than three to the} 1,000 InhablUnts. Fevers are unknown _.,.

    aw i .: the Osceola High School although every neighborhood In the county where and malaria of any kind has never ibeen known to be contracted in Klsslmmee -

    i there are a sufficient number of children has public school with k full corps! but many persons came to the town to get the dread disease out of their ,

    t(;. of competent teachers v system. Tie water, supply Is furnished by system of artesian wells,, and

    1, : Klsslmmee-ls well supplied with churches there being.a Methodist Baptist chemists who have examided it state that there is none purer to be found any- /

    i Presbyterian, Christian' and Episcopal denomination. They all have where. Hundreds of persons annually come to Klsslmmeein search of health, i

    yft: 'S floe buildings and are largely attended. and in every instance have been materially and lastingly benefitted, until It -

    l =. The Masons and Knights'! of Pythias. are very nourishing orders and have has...... gained the reputatlan of curing almost any disease man is heir to.
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