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: July 9, 1909
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00393
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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beast naa neyer! been known and "the opportunity to the remainder of is
i I summers,in the-locality ''urrounding The Survey Will 1 B B Made their-"day* in the *unny Southland TO ,VISIT SQJJTHPORr NA

Kissimmee ,are the equal of thoseof ., where their" declining: years! may be
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[ any. northern resort-the ther- -- passed in peace and happiness, *urrounded .

The Opinion of; One ,Who Came r 'to mometer seldom getting'above 82, sand Locks ,and Danis Will Be'Placed, In ,Our Canals by all the blessing that Nature: Board of Trade Will.. Give'an' Excursion '

This';:SecUon in tiie Midst 'of t the nighta'always cool enough to 'make .. can bestow.,., Both these.' veteran: expect ,jl(
I'i sleeping under cover comfortable/ "besides the, Kissimmee River. to_erect( !to es.thero. a*...cooa..asthi --- Complimentary. jo: Those

.o. -, .thfcSuminet- "' Season j-' -.tbe :'......-no> moequitoe- work. ,.f ,,' I.' mao. Many other :"Recently Located:' Here. *
Upon one's nerve* 'COntantmentf are .1
1!! I Pennsylvania veteran Interest
The culmination of tff work not feasible but ,
years on was only was warranted
:The following letter to the NtEtlonalTribune t ed.-PorfAlIegany (Pa.) Reporter..
Smith of I the part of our people was reached last fronuA.: ommerclal standpoint. The The heavy rain tldat-have fallen 1 the.
MiD. A '
from fully and KISSIMMEE CAUGHfr/EM week when,the general board of army board disagreed 'with him, but stated ST. 'cLOUD .COLONISTS put week evidently, had, a, depressing
'Highland Springs. Va., so h
'" engineers, sitting at Washington ordered that it would II.ten .to. arguments from effect on the member of the Board of
truthfully describes the, condition "exiting Two Pennsylvania Ge.iUernenVii( a survey of our canals and river (hose interested before making their ( Trade for there:were not more than a' }'
section that it with
In this ;
looking' to installing locks and dams decision final. Acting on this jnformaiv Their Names_ former' Residences dozen present.when,' President;Willsoo

much! pleasure we_reproduce__ it:. Make This Town ,Their Home. that transportation by'water might be 'Board of Trade through Flor and Shares of Stock Eadi Holds? called the meeting to order at 8 o'clock

..L After Florida for ten made permanent between this city and i ida's repreaen tlvell' .at Washington, ,last Monday night although "the'nailwa "
traveling over .. Mr. 'N. R. White of Kansas who
We were told 8Ome'pretty big stories day, visiting all the large cities and Lake Okeechobee. > guested'xa hearing in the; matter came here'some' 'time ago to cast hit fairly well filled by the time the-t
during our recent visit to' the colony As far back which was granted nd Col. P. A. routine business was disposed of.
most of the trucking centers, and not as twenty years ago .,- Vane lot with the St. Cloud Colonist, and r
about what men are doing raising fruits finding a location that measured up to masters of vessels plying this route began Agnew was' delegated to appear beforethe who was the second man to actually The minute of the previous meetingwere
and vegetables 1n Florida. It half I. general-board and endeavor to ob- read by the secretary, and
their expectations, Messrs. A. 'H. andL. importuning our representatives in take >.his residence on the colony were +rki
I true those who have five acre at St. W. Wessell. of Pittsburg Pa., ar- Congress to have the 'government: tain a reversal of their decision, whichhe and.up; furnishes. the Valley Gazette with i approved without correction.Mr. .

Cloud have enough land on which to rived Kissimmee Wednesday morn, dertake this work but in every. instancethe did on Tuesday of last w !e cjn com- the following list of settler who are C. A. Canon reported that the,

make a good living When crop can ing at'4 o'clock and left for, their north matter ended with the granting of pany with Florida's'twSenaton and now'at St. Cloud awaiting the-result of committee on transportation had carried .-SIPLENTYjOr
bo- grown every month in theyear 'small Messrs.! John- McElroy Washington out the Instruction of the 'Board and
ant home on the 1:05 p. m. train 'the a appropriation to keep our water the allotment of lands to begin operations
man will find plenty to do to till that CoL-P.-AT Vans Agnewhad
one day.During. route free from loge and drift-which and EL W. Bowen of Delphi d.'th'the mad u
i arrival
and of the
same also the date
'five acre. :Crop of various kind. can their" short stay in this city did,little good as the general conditionof result that the board's decision was and number'of shares held by each: a visit to Washington and had been .

ba cultivated among citrus and nut they became so impressed with the opportunity the canals and river is practically. the reversed and the survey: ordered. Albert Hantsch, Chicago, May 10th successful, being materially'aldJ4 by

trees. I saw a five acretractacro..the this section offers and wereso same today as it was when the agita- This action will go farther to advance 2 share tenator Taliaferro and Fletcher and. ..
railroad track from the hotel at Ki..lm'me.wlthu tion I Messr C. W. Ward John McElroy; H. < a
: well pleased with their reception by began.The this city and county than anything that N, R.'White Kansas, June lit, 1
fine corn ail ever saw in the our people, that they purchased Board of Trade of this city, back' has occurred heretofore as it Will make : share. .. W.-Lynn and B. E. BOWD,.In prevailing ni
North and yet it Is said that Florida i* .'MrWlIaon fd by the Valley Gazette took this Kissimmee the upon the Board of Army Engineer to >
Woodall who from MriJ. Jr., .ten acres : matter shipping point of all Mr. L. M. Thomas Arlington, Kas., decision '
not a corn country. Mr. of.his muck land lying immediately up about ten months ago and through fruits, vegetables, field crops and lum June 1st 1 share.A. reverse their and order a survey >

was cultivating this patch,. had planteda along the clay road and bordering the concerted and systematic efforts have ber produced as far down as the lower ..M. Cram; Iowa,June lit 4 chare*: of the river- -- with"" -ajyiew-to-J|Rstali. ,

_quart of Wonder" snap bean..alon"ga Makinson farm,, on which they will prevailed upon,.the government 'to"undertake borders 'of Lake Okeechobee, rind t lands J. N. Dixon Louisiana, June let, 2iharea. I rig 1 Ioclcs7 T '(: I
few rods of thl lil corn, and he told u*that grow celery. the work. lying along the'route will at once be put ; I. I CoL Van Agnew being prevent b*

he had already gathered about 10 bushel Both the Messrs. Weasels were very Captain Spalding, engineer in chargeof in cultivation that have never before A. M. Wilkinson North Dakota, June was called upon and gave in detail the i

of bean, and expected a* many fulsome in their praise of this section this district on the'part of the government produced anything but grass and weeds.In 8th, 4 share course.h* pursued in bringing'about the

more. Pumpkins were also growing stating that they had visited nearly made a preliminary survey of fact Kissimmee will become the most B. F. Chase Idaho June 10th, no action of the engineer, and laid much.

among the corn rows. Before he put every portion of the state and found this route a couple of months ago and important inland city in Florida, and its shares. tress upon-uii statement that Senator o,

in the corn he had in a crop of Irish potatoes -' neither soil or climate that can compare reported to the general board that the population will be numbered by thousands Loss Michigan June 16tb, 1 raliaferro and Fletcherbad.. rendered

If everything went well with with that prevailing here and especially making of water transportation'perma instead of hundreds within ,the share Henry him invaluable aid !In the matter. ,s ",. ;

him i from now till January his income did they speak in laudable terms of nent from this port to Lake Okeechobee next two years. 1 The Board by unanimous vote passed
Jacob Hatter Kansas -July 6th.
from the tract for the year would the hospitality of our people saying ", *. a resolution of.,thankr to. Senators TalUn.
amount to more than 1500. I saw a share. aferro and Fletcher and Messrs. C. W.
the best
that believe u
they people on ;
talk from a field at the south end of J. W. Mathews Kansas July 6th 1share. Ward John H. W. E.
McElroy, Lynn
earth live in this town. Both gentlemen << -
"the lake that contained eight ears of will return here as soon as their Knights Hold Convention Georgia July 8th W. Bowen and P. A. Van AgneW j 1 '
L. A.
I do not see why we cannot Hippohte for their efforts Before
corn. business affairs in Pittsburg are ar e, r. untiring ( the ,, v
make St. Cloud a splendid town and 1 I share: Board of Army Engineer in the interest '',- I!

-community. It is simply a question of | ranged. Pythiatis of This District Meet and Discuss Ways Phillip Blazer West Virginia, July. 8, of the water route from this city to,
The 1 share. .
intelligent and harmonious effort. KISSlllEE'sToSPfTALITYWill Lake Okeechobee. k,
climate is all that could be hoped for. and Means of Advancing the Order. H.:13. Blazer and family West Virginia : Mr. W. A. Nelson late of Wichita '' ,"
shares. '.
of that the mosquitoes July 8th, no .. 4
We thought course
Ken, but who will make KlssirntniswJ;
would eat us up but to the won- Be Extended the Newcomers in Levi Clinger Ohio July 8th no J.*\'
his home in future was elected to
in the Wednesday last'marked a1 Rev. Hice of share. ; ac'tjVjf! ;;. .
her of all we were not troubled evening Apopka, Henry Leesburgand fI.'f ,
Shape'of Boat Excursion. membership.
least, and old settlers told us that there I the a pleasant chapter in the history Pythian- others. B. F. Knapp Fitzgerald Ga. July The advertising committeaLhrough a". ,'Vf't,

was little need of netting on windows At the meeting of the'Board of Trade i ism in this city, when the local lodge ? The visitors expressed great admira- 8th. 1ta chairmanfrequested: all member to : : ';-1

and'-doors to keep them out. The longtlar ou Monday night a committee) consist entertained a large number of visiting' tion for the active fraternal spirit in REGULATIONSRules call at the Valley Gazette office and 'J\, "tI

we live the more we fincj.out. We ing of Messrs. 1L C. Stanford.. A. E. i Knights., who-met here in district convention this city which has made possible the PENSION I printed matter descriptive of this get

were also told that if N9r hen people Donegan and P. A. Vans Agnew was to discuss ways and means to completion of such a structure Fra- tion that-had been ordered by the Boardof sect

really knew what the summer< .
I .f Florida was like they would come to Southport by the steamer i generally.The has set an example in this line that will *

down and make toe state a summer re- Lillie: the rame to be given as a compliment committee on entertainment" was be followed in other'portions of Florida.De Applying for a Pension. The secretary was Instructed to)issuean : ..,

'sort, as it is now a winter resort .The to those who have taken up : somewhat handicapped by 'the bad Land was selected as the place for All blanks on prescribed form must invitation to GovernorGilchrist'td be
their residence in this section duringthe I be filled applicant' name present and deliver an address at the
National Tribune has not overstated weather but everything possible was holding the next district convention the correctly
what Is possible in Florida. Northen past six months. _.- :Jl1! done to impress upon the delegates the date of which will be determined later. must be signed In full and the signature barbecue to be given on October 13th, o"'"

k flf men -going there. will make It a great While this excursion will demonstrateto fact that Friendship Lodge was glad to After the business of the convention attested by two witnesses. also an Invitation to be'Senators ,
: the newcomers that the people of Widows must sign their own Christian Taliaferro and Fletcher and,all ;"
State. The natives do not appreciate have an opportunity of greeting them had been completed light refreshmentswere "
A iso this town and 'county are ever hospitable names and not the names, -of their honorary members, -,
( theiropportunities. living eas- within nth gates, and the visitors ex- served and, a pleasant social time '
1"\ sly' made that one does not need to exert and friendly to all who cast their lot pressed themselves as being well pleased was enjoyed until after midnight, when husbands special l committe'. n.lsting of,H.

fl f* himself,very much. There are no heavy in this favored locality, it will also be ,with their reception. most of the delegates boarded the 12.15; 'All applications must be submitted' to' C..Stanford, A., E,' Donegn and! -P. A. -'
'" the Of) convincing who that the County Commissioners/ of the count Vans Agnew was appointed to 'make
expenses fffr fuel and clothing: and these means go Chancellor Commander T, M. Rivets train for their respective homes, ; ;

.".. 'are important items In the north. The the Boll surrounding' this town' la .the ..enderwdthe, ; l Deputy, Grand }-The': following.. delegates, were-In'. Jkt- In which the- applicant resides before.-fit- arrangements forn excursion'' fly boatto l
f 5 'bealthfuhiess of 'the;Klsstmmee,Valley mo'st"prod tl In the ,so'utfi.:' 'The excursionists Chancellor N. P. Yowell who presidedover tendance' : " ing. 'in the pension department. Southport, the same tojbe comply

". 1.*"not questioned "nd from what we will have the opportunity of Applicant will save needless trouble mentary to those who have moved to
the convention. A neat speech of Orlando-N. P. Yowell Geo. E. Mc-
1 the famous Lee-Parsons and delay by carefully with this section-within the past six months.;'
going over
would learn we believe that man who compiling
welcome by W. J. Sears was responded I Culloch, II. G. Gettier Jno. T. Dale, T.
will farm and than which there the aboVe all claims not Several membei mad speeches
feel the effects of northen cold add 1 grove: are instructions as under f
to in a happy manner by W. P. Watsonfor O. Brown, W. P. Watson, W. R. O'Neal,
comfortable years to their lives by spending none superior anywhere, and if there be I the visitors. Speeches bearing upon E. G. Duckworth. properly filled out will be returned for the 'head of good of the sown, notably i "

their last days in Florida. 1 am 76 a pessimist in the crowd he will be thoroughly correction. among whom wa lIon. W. J. Sean
: the beauties of Pythianism and the best Apopka-H. M. Smith H. H. McClure
I bid, and expect to spend a goodJ convinced before the day is over All persons will be required to make a who spoke at some length anent the ln-,
years means of promoting the welfare of the Eustis-H. C. Duncan G. J. Griffin.
fn Florida. that the possibilities of this section are renewal of application but further proved conditions of this communitysince
many years order were made by W. R. O'Neal and Leesburg-Rev. Henry Hice.
I beyond estimate. proof of service will not be required,of the organizatioh' of the Board of
John J. Dale of Orlando, H. M. Smith of DeLand-F.W.Koater. J. A. Erlck on. I
i COME The ride will be twelve miles and return former pensioners of this State If the Trade end ended by making a motion

.. TOJFLORIDA giving those in the party -the opjprtunlty former clainv-i jn compliance-with the Appoint A special .committee to take"--

of viewing the beautiful islands provision of the act of 1909. up the matter of having'the good road

M, Mere a Prostration from Feat Has owned by Messrs.. Frank Vans Agnew M'oreRoom Was-Needed All claim will be filed immediately upon ' pas through Kissimmee that .1.beingbuilt '. ,

-" Never Been Known. and Herbert Fleming. When SouthpOrt ,v receipt in the pension department and Jacksonville toZampawhlch': ,

I Ie reached the excursionists will be will I be considered a* promp ly as possible motion wa carried and .Messrs. Sean,

Some- Southern contemporaries, notably met by ]dr. John M. Lee, one of the Old Postolfi'ce' Quarters Not Large Enough. to and applicant will be notified of Stanford and Bullock wen appointed' *.\

in Charleston and New Orleans owner and manager, of the farm and the disposition of their claim, and certificate such committee.

i I'" \ are having a high old time discussing grove, who will; exert his best efforts to Transact the Business. and voucher! will l be forwarded The Board will:hold Ita next meeting'

'th:recent terrific heat in New York and entertain them by showing them over ', e to all persons allowed pension under on Monday the 26th. ,A'

; Washington, and calling attention to i the property and feeding them on barbecued the act of 1909.. -- --" --"- -
'Ithe comparative comfort and salubrity Ijeef and .those who have Once The poctoffice on yesterday was moved fit up an office in his brick' store 'with Under the act of 1909 only persons WATER 1

r J; of >their respective town.. Deacon II had the'pleasure of visiting Southportas to the building now owned by Mr. the latest and roost convenient furniture who served in the Confederate State army ,

v. Hemphill especially is almost! profligate Mr. L e'l guest never fail to accept H. C. Stanford on lower Broadway the ,' which proposition was acceptedby or navy and in the First Regimentof L't" [

,1 of complacent reference to Charles i an Invitation to repeat the visit. .::. move being made necessary by the the government, and today Kissimmee. Florida Reserves and their widow Heavy Rains,Make WateirJTransportation , <:

,1'i ton' moderation.! The New Orleans : The exact date when the excursion increased business during this.-year.1' boasts of having the be.t'equip will be granted pension Certain Until Next June., "

; ,Picayune confesses everything when It will take place will be announced In While up to within the past'six ped and prettiest postofflce in the No State troop. or 'home guard of
months the old building and fixtures state with the exception noted above. Advlc received from point oft, the
j' "the these columns 'soon
says, only trouble with our sum- as as the committee this or any State will be pensioned tinder
mer' climate i I. that it I I. long." 'It has reached, a decision. were wholly adequate to meet the demand this act. river 'Indicate that there need'be no

"might have mentioned the persistentand *, it was altogether out of date Kendaf-Nugent-, All former pensioners whose claims Fear, that water transportation from

, almost Intolerable humidity. AttentionSubsai with both the business that passed' thro'it A quiet wedding,took place last I Sat were allowed upon certificate of the ad here to Lake'Okeecbobee will be interrupted .
and the progress the town is making. urday evening at the home of MlssFirie of of Confederate again until! th*beginning of next
V Unquestionably the summer climate: The attention of jutant a cantp
subscribers to the .
The ummer-the river being than It
quarten'are to higher
new superior ,
", Overstreet in Kissimmee, the con- will be required to furnish the affidavit -
New .
of Orleans ls_"Ion Asa rule Gazette
is called "
Valley to the date of
those of any other city in Florida withthe been M y ar* and the lake well
tracting parties being Mr. Grant R. of commissioned officer'under
it begin in March and last until Oct- of their a
> expiration subscription which filled.
'i t'obef. The thermometer never register exception of Tampa and Jacksonville Kendall and Miss Jenny M. Nugent: ,_of whom he served or of two comrades*
.printed just the name on the .and_wilL add..much to this city. The performedin with whom he served For some year pact the lack of water '
_:1M high.M It does here: om timiv butit ceremon1'.wu or a transcript '
paper orwrapper'each.elc.. Quite a in the lake
aspect of Kissimmee as well as be of the I and river during the summer ,
of about their from the office of the
presence twenty adjutant general
i registers much oftener and in number of them: at 4 distance will ex- -
j old fashioned houses of the FreiXiquarter : short great convenience to our cltiien friends by Rev. Mitch!, pastor of the at Washington showing the service month* has prevented the steamer
pire/now'in a time and don'twant
":; we This being only a third class office Kissimmee Methodist church. The claimed. from 'running between this city and
the mildew that
gatherson any of them to miss a single is- lower river
the'government does furnish fix- points and those In
not residing
shoes overnight and the sweat groom is the son of Mr. and Mr. 13. S. No person who own. property to exceed
1 your on sue. We hope everyone of them will tare, but Mr. Clay Stanford from whom Kendall the southern part of the: county hay. ,
of this and
the marble mantel remind sufficiently city the bride one the value of $6,000 or whose property
of the other conditions one of dis- look the matter up and renew before the building in which the office is located of our nurses. She has often been calledto both real and personal (includingthe offered considerable inconvenience,but
i" their subscription
expires; otherwise was leased for a term of ten there la now a sufficiency of water to
years Kissimmee
of his wife
comfort. New. Orleans on professional duty property ), exceeds the
: escapes thegreater we will have to take it for granted that
has fitted it with'the most permit of travel and the fall rains
up-to-date com
has made friends there whoon value of $5,000'will be pensioned.The .
violences and many '
extremes of
heat the paper is not desired any longer. furniture oii will make '
that could be ing certain the
furnished coet-
transportation -
..._doe. Charleston, and even Macon I learning that she was soon to become a affidavit of two reputable physii -
and Augusta. Sunstroke Is Dean Farrah big $1,200! 'There are 260 combination bride! ;_ arrangedfor_ the wedding_to,take_ 1 1place i clans wilLbe required to establish total until the government ha found a,' ...
practically Resigns. ;
keyless lock boxes, while the old office r win to prevent the waters of the')
in that city at the home of her disability. upper
iu\known and the
f ) ; people '
ul'Vlve. '
with difficulty. t I CoL A. J. Farrah who ha* been at contained only 150; 160 call boxes the friend.. Miss Overstreet. -Orlando ,jBe- Applicants are earnestly requested to lake flowing Into the Gulf. t '

the head of the law department of old office containing only 160-In fact porter-Star. comply fully with the above instructions This will be the mean of bringing'
'i For sustained and prolonged .weltering Stetson University for the the about better condition
past several accommodation; of the new .office' and not to burden this office with in the southern
Comrades Dan and
,we pas the blue.ribbon to.,Deacon years In the capacity of dean, ha are just about double to what was furnished Wright Robert unnecessary correspondence that the portion of the county, and real estate r
Bard returned from St. Cloud
r: He pbln of Charleston Brother Rapier resigned, and ha accepted a siraillarposition In the one vacated. Tuesday work of revision of the roll values will show a marked Increase in
evening and are much pleased with their pension can
", of New Orleans.::Naw York Sun. In the University of Florida, 'A I that section !In a very short time, for "
soon as Mr. Frank Van Agnewwas be completed in time to make the October
visit that
to of
proposed colony
j":i. Good straight 'talk 1 Moral Tit 1* at Cd+ne.vU1euwhere a law school I.'to appointed- postmaster he began in the famous Klssimme Valley of,, payment at the end of the quarter. With the certainty of getting fruit and }
better tob. a live, intolerable hnmld- be established next fall at the garden truck to market hundreds 'of
A opening tasting about for a morek, commodious Osceola hi southern Florida. 'i The necessary blank can beobtained \
'r, sustained andprolongedsouthervi swelt- session. No reason I I. assigned for, and : county i I acre win be put in 'cultivation that ,
convenient he
location} from the clerk of the
recognizingMJMiceJha The proposition J* to'erect'a colony,of 4 circuit cou/t* in
;; : i
", crew than a dead Iun-bakecs. suno-dried' CoL Farrah' I -
fl' have heretofore been JdleMr .
resignation ;
foesuccessfully. the :
conductthe different counties
sun-corched lun-.truckfeW Yorker and home there for veteran of then till or from ,the e ....,
Stetson law school going to' the office I! -, ot.".
: but In this state Of and I $A change was necessary. war-mainly because the veterans'tanpo ':' : I Comptroller'' office.N *? 'Leo1 Bandy"and children, of ::
yA'I' peac plenty a University) but the I '
prostration from heat of either! man or, ,larger salary Sa..1DYolv"r supposition that When,,,MrA Stanford ;.teamed that ,,a"change'waircontempltdrh"offered .wlthstand. ,the jigora.:: of oar i JLrraa8ON: ..BsLL Danla an..thelrUeet.of Mrs. .14\.N\ ''' 1 ft
'" -T* A t 'to northern winter, and to give them the 'Secretary Stat. Board of Pena olJ"." Bratton., )4
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h' Does General Contracting",and Building-and. Furnishes Estiv . ,", f ';. .. v 1 \. J S
*- &; mates on Structures of an size or Dimensions, whether DEACONS A. Canon, N. C. Bryan. J.'M. Will .
B t f. It be a Two-Room Cottage or a Tourist Hotel.\ lIOn, Jr., C.'J. Woodall. J. W. Comer. .CXEBK-C. W. ,
:q. I Dann. TREASURER-Conrad Bryan. ''-x "

',1 Makes. a Specialty of boring ARTESIAN WELLS SERVICES DURING THE WEEK-Wednesday;:Teach-- 8 All our white 'j Linene
/ .: in which he has \net with the greatest success, era' Meeting; Thursday, Prayer Meeting:; Friday.XB: ,, x ,. gg
{ ?t of any man in Florida.: Y. P. U. (AHatf:4Sp. m.'X, ,
. ,.. . i 1 ; other washable <
-- - - ------- --- --- :- Linen and
Give him work and i it 'f'? :
will l be Well and quickly done:: JVlSSimniee. a.
,. : ,-. ...- --,. .-at= $2andi-pyer selLr_
. .,J'r;.. PROGRAM-JULY 18, 1909. . S-

, 1 I 1,i . MORNING11. .. EVENING. ,..7:46: . g lug at half price -'.

T; f: SUNNY SOUTH STABLES . Piano Prelude Songr'Service ; ;
Doxology PrayerInvocation' S' On cheaper ones .-a reduction .

. r Scripture-Ps. 72 .
*I.! ; 'Hymn-323 Hymn440Scripture 'S of one-third: will| be S....
{: Proprietor. Oft'ertory.-4M Offertory-572 Prayer "

,.' J>f Sermon-Sources of Sermon-.,.The Kingdom: of .& inade. gg
t-- Livery, Sale and BoardingWell Sanctification Righteousness .

; 'i -.- 'Invitation-174 Invlttion-615 At these prices none gg

.. equipped[ with New Stoolc und Vehicles and pre- .
J f; .' pared to meetall, dam&nd9 wjth perfect satisfaction erybody Remember come and that bring July lIom 25tlllll..oldf'Qlkli'.one who is older.Day, Ev will be charged and no alterations I.

'1' Better always take aseat near the front-the backseats .
i ,: 'fitHIAVY[ HAULING A SPECIALTY' are t reserved for those who come in late. made. .
, } The Sunday School is doing fine summer work. .. .
BROADWAY--PHONE 102 Let's try for 150 next Sunday. L'
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III1;lr: I "r .t "i.............-........................................................ ings Oar for the plan remainder of giving of calls the for year the' following offer- .. . .- - . '--.

? .WHAT IT MEANS = July and August-Church Building. 'tilii111ii11111111tiiiiit1111111Iilitlliiitttll' ' " iiifl1111tiitiiiiifiitllEJPJANO ' " ' '
q September and October-State Missions ,
j { Many people do uoj. know whet! a Bitnk'i Capital l I.for or the be- : E 3I
t. tweon > bank of I little or no"apl.1 l and one wlih a large opt*!. = November and December-Foreign Missions.
/ t ; !la the fond that .rolertH| thn(l"|.iHltoni from lo.*. lhur..foru the1 rg.r II i* IB. i .
ffraator protwtlou the il...i>UNitorii h..e. riiln bank IIHH H "As we have therefore opportunity, I let us do good I F LTickets
1r 1 Capital .. .. $...0.010 ,IMI) =' unto all men." I EEII
Surplun lund nfbUX'kholdem' I l.s.fVMi (Xmi.lKHl > ;
t I ll l>llit/ miE
., ..f-7 I A lota.1 of 111r..J-' ; (MlTblimuaiM i -
j .that we must 1 Kwn 111",1.1\11' )before our ilcK>"lli>ri could IOM a : -- --
q' U; cent.. Thl.pnilecllon IH r'O\!. = :_:'- ..- :-,. ,::=';:::"'" --.,.- .
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=""" STATE BANK-np-OF KISSIMMEE ""i A he Making of Guava JellyFull :--:: on Piano with I -:-2'H :::::

I i KI.MMIEIE. FL..C>"10. ;
'' . each 25 Purchase .
.;' C. A, CAKHON: JnHN' M. LEI!: N. II. CARHONC." = cent 2AT

y? p *0\.....*...1'reildunt......m............a.I ..Vi".J."J."I.................................>.hler....=! as to How the Delicious Fruit --- ----
is Converted Into Jelly. -w --
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DANN'S WAGON. WORKS UmlilutiHi guava juice consists of over I from Arthur H. Thomas Company, :=o--:=: =:-:::=:: .'

911! ),per cent of water,about !5 per cent Philadelphia. In a series of tests it was E: ==
: HIGH GRADE VEHICLES MADE TO ORDER of sugars, aid a small |percentage ofIwctin found that the best jelly was 'made
| and\ u>-lil. It also contains some when the boiling was ptoplwd! | | at 235 C. W. Dann'sltIitlltilltilIUIIliUItKitHt
r. AT REASONABLE PRICES substances. which Rive the color and deg. F. It is usually necessary to stop
, .::1 1 flavor to the jelly made from it. Pure the boiling for a moment, when using == \ ==
contains about '20er the thermometer, because of the bubo -
Blacksmithng.! guava jelly usually -
Hor sltocilt .flltd
;. Repair Work of
l ; cent of water, about 75 cent of bring If the same amount of water is '
|> per ?{ { { { {{ { {{ { {{ { {{{{{ ItliiiiillilUiii& {{{{ {{
.i ,, AliKiuds; Done by First-class Workmen. sugars, arid., tin1 rest in .pectin, acid, always used in cooking the ripe guavas,
etc. During tin 1 lioiling of the mixture and the saroe proportions of juice and .- . .- - -
,. of juice and cane"-8Uar( the acid act sugar are taken, and if the temperature -
on. the sugar, and< changes part of it into which is found to give the bust
/ : Proprietor. invert so that it forms a sirup; jelly i is measured; with a thermometer, ..
._ sugar ... P-+> __ ,_ Vlcn-l'r; ilJunL I _ __ ____ SrnxUryKISSIMMEE -"f.
it wiH
I and if there Is'etiovrgti acid the sugar will bepos8ible to tunr out uniform
not crystalize out. This strong sirup, product year after year.
causes the set as a jelly. The No iron or steel should come in contact -
'' THE Gn YS ONE GUNGE. BE JIIllCIESIIOPS G I$E pink color is deepened by longer boil- with'the fruit or juice. The gua- LUMBER CO. :, r
fug, or by more acid.: ' vas may be heated till soft in an enam. j
: ..,. .. .. , Suppose large amount of water Is 'eled or aluminum vessel with a small :
: "' . _
; j ";" '.'..-ANTHONY A.LOLL ProprietdrV. .-: .- 7 added when'cooking the-"guavas..""'Nowif amount of'water at the" bottom," or"In I. :: .. '
equal 1 amounts of this diluted juice a double boiler.: The juice should 'be
;AQENT'FOR and cane-sugar ar|' taken to make the I squeezed out through cloth in aI Rough and Dressed "
Fairbanks-Morse jelly, there may not be enough pectin, i I strong press measured, and the proper
r Gas Engines in which case the jelly will not set amount of granulated sugar added. A
and Irrigating Outfits. properly, or willie sticky if it does i i deep aluminurrl vessel is useful for Pine Lumber. '
set; or there may not be enough acid, I boiling down the juice. When the sug
-.- -- -- and the jelly will "sugar;" or there ar has dissolved, the hot solution can
may not be enough of the guava flavor. be filtered through cloth. It is boiled
-AUTOMOBILES RENTED OR REPAIRED .down till the thermometer marks the
If a large amount of water has been
,,1 ------- used in cooking the fruit, more juice proper temperature, and then run into HOUSE BILLS A SPECIALTY
l.H !,! ': ARTESIAN WELLS DRIVEN ANY DEPTHv ; and less sugar should betaken to make glasses Press or _molds.-.John Billing, in 10I04>Oti0t70t10C1C40t10ti0Ci000SIOt yupt -0
the jelly. If the guavas have been Bulletin No. 118 Agricultural
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a - cooked in a double boiler) without water, Experiment Station.Eureka -
equal amounts of juice and sugar will >WW WWV*WWW WWWWWWX" ---- -'" .
We Solicit all Kinds Repair Work I yield a good jelly. It was found that
the juice from two pounds of''g'u.' .- Pressing School
vas, with one pound of' sugar, yielded SuppliesAND
i a>aer itaea.uer-I- A __ less than one. and a half pounds of

r- jelly.When,boiling the jelly, the temperature Club J TABLE'S .

rises aa more and more water evap /* ;
GROCERIEs orates. To secure a uniform Jelly, it / .
r '
J is desirable always to stop at the same Clothes Cleaned, Pressedand EXAMINATION; TABLETS ;.j
ftft point. This can be done by the use ofa Repaired. All work' MADE ESPECIALLY FOR ""';: ,
ftft glass thermometer. Such an instru- GUARANTEED. I OSCEOLA HIGH SCHOOL. ..; ;
ftft ment reading 300 deg. F. can be bought **' .
4 j. from a-drug store;ot if not procurablethere
can be purchased for 60 cents Phone 149 :
F None but the Best Sold. --_._- ... -
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f f,,. ? lR.S.Floyd&Co.: I I FOR 'SALE i 0 Kissimmee Wagon WorksOPPOSITE '. -

t I V"U"Vtf _________
Under New Management, with Thorough Experience and Up-to-Date.
Blacksmith, Wheelwright
;4 I I I I I I" I I . I I oJ I I 1 1 1 I I I . 1 I I I I I .of ...ttttK1IySuSpndrs.15t05O o. 0 Horseshoer. .

o Nine-room dwelling,.. all furnished, including All Kinds Blacksmith. Wheelwright Work andSHorseshoeinc
a Specialty
c o piano.. Artesian water, good garden. Splendid

$ location for a hone{ \ Five bed-rooms. ALL WORK GUARANTEED TOISATISFY.Sollolt : .

Atd n E Viking Hosiery for Men, Women' and o This property ought; to net the purchaser .
TnAm amd
Children 6 air $..00. o -- 15per cent. within six months.M. Will Traat Your Yom Klfkt. o. R. JOHNSTON:. ;'

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'\ :..........----... **.*m%*.m.***.vm*.*%%......._\--\ \. .,..- NEWSPAPERS....! ',_PUBLISHED. ._ . .|Ijr.. THE STATE.fcryiUl . ,. College' Academy, aqd Sc ogla: ot Music, Expression' ,'Fine', ,. t
: : . : Arts-Domeatk; and industnal-Arts .
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; ,'. : River will hold an elfectioivon{ ; ,i'; \.Board of Trade 'of Wauch'ula has lis3fand third men'.' ormltorY 'now 'completed: eleo' .
S t " -' Plow August 3rd for cityofficert_ already' begun the. county division cam condmooiiflne trio lights,, steam and furnace heat; Urge faculty; perfect health .
e : 1 *' I t ':. gymnasium athletic fields, boating, tennlscourts, Z J
palgn,' and has marked the llrigat' which golf )link ; baieball. football and basket8a11"teams champions of,
, . .. ... ,St,..Lucle county''had, on July 1st, a the division shall take place one mile Florida! In 1WW. Nearly a quarter'Of a mllllan dollars eodowteent/ ;
1M J JjJ -.--,-. -..... --- balance'of $$13,8&.88!! in its south ,of Arcadia. t xpenses moderate; scholarships available. Christian but undenominational
I ; stands for '
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. -The campaign for State. .The good roads,movement is,making ., CHARACTER' CULTURE; CONDUCT "
: 600 Acres of'Muck Land=S .
me" bition was opened at,Lake Weir bn dine. great strides in J'olk county. At a : 'For Catalogue Address the President: .
JT- 24th. I meeting in Bartow Cut week It was decided .

{ as St. Cloud-Cut Up Into 1- . -, .. ; I, to have good 1r ads throughqut :: Wm.' F. Blackman, Ph.D, ;, Winter Park, Fla.John.B. .:I,.z '
; Y There II said to be 60.000 atreg of the entire cdunty. ,, .
1.i ,,' .land subject to, homestead in DeSoto : .... .. ................'
= On July 6th forty head of horses were ...
: Five Acre Tracts county. ,,
: ,
.i-.iY :
.. -i-- .- killed on the. road from: Ocala to Blitch- )
( . The cornerstone of the new Episco- ton in Marion county,, they ,haying Stetson University
pal church was laid in Brpde"ntown on glanders, and It is feared If they were ; a
L v last Sunday. i allowed to live the disease might, spread. LINCOLN HUXEY. .Ph. D..Utt.D. U. D.. Presided i
it Two weeks ago the publicationday BAND THBM 'TO' "
s"/ The mo ey in the treasury of Sumter, t
Just cast of Kissinuneo city limits on county to,'the credit of the different of the Manatee.River Journal was 49 Prafeason and Instructor College of Liberal Arta
changed from Friday to Thursday, and 17 University BulMlng College of Law
s clay road./* This land was selected . funds amounts, to $30,871.15.At last week the editorial was printed jin' 28 ACT Campus College of Technology
--- I Ml Students Last Year College of Business) f
,$ 1 an election hald at Madison last the second Instead of the fourth page. *2MM..M Endowment' Preparatory Academy
by Capt. now State Chemjst} weed 15.... ,Volumes la Library Normal and Model Schools. '
the town voted to issue $45,000 in Leon J. Conova, a former, Palatka .1..... Pipe Orpa" School of Mechanic Arta ?. ,
i . when he was in charge ot tho'Diss- bonds for public_improvementa.__ resident, has been appointed by President !' Lame; Laboratories Science School Music . -
0 General Equipment School of Fin."Art
Gonet of Cuba
ton drainage operations. It lies at The press of the state without exception the responsible ._..............t.e;.-.s.Md re..e ConIIoI a........4str.aea4 ahor..rk
position of Director of the Bureau of kiodIoo..__............." F.-- trI.I. .deu..rf. roes r-et..a. sldry
the north end of and drains Into .. reports grand celebrations on Information. Mr. Cpnova-still retains JOHN B. STETSON UNIVERSITY. D.L.AND, FLORIDA. a,
'. the fourth, with very few accidents. -
his American. citizenship. _n ,_ ;. r
Lake Tohopokaliga. This fine body -
J'I\ All) jallroada in Florida will make:,, The Madison EnterpriseRecordertells
t. df trucking land will be on the market reduced rates for the Orange Growers' of a man in that county who subscribed -.E. A. QILBERT
Convention in Tampa. on the 22nd inst. I $500 toward building a road ("

.t I just ,as soon as the surveyors 1 from Madison to his place, and in addi- ,
r'- Last week there were- as many as tion is willing tor pay double' taxes" bra CONTRACTOR and BUILDER
r ll,, --- can 'complete the. platting. four serious accident. in Ocala, and the his property until the road is bujlt.At .

:3 people of the town are pretty well stir-: ,
:3 :'. red up.The a meeting of the City Corned. of Plans and Estimates FurnishedAGENT
NNfNNffJ Palatka last week Ii was decided to

== Board of County Commissioners have chinaberry trees growing in the
== -:,. .and School Board'of the new county of streets cut down, as they harbor the FOR-
== kt M. WILLSON JR Palm Beach held their first meetinglast white fly, which; not only being a nuisance xi
:::::: ) .. week. is a detriment to orange .trees. ;
-a .', The Famous Menge Pumps for Irrigation and Drainage.! 50.0OO to
.=-= 6 i ., REAL: ESTATE AND INSURANCE The Manafee Rivet Journal is having The Fort Pierce News reports the 1.600,000 gallons per hour.
:::;::. constructed a handsome two-story brick l sale of $34,000 acres of land lying north Gasoline Engine, 2 to 50 H.. P. Steam Engines} 6 to- 200. H. P.

and stone building; which it .will occupy west of that city to Michigan parties.i Boilers Any Size. i _
:::::: .' when completed. I i It is the purchasers' intention to colonize Stamped Metal Shingles, Ceiling and Outside Walls-Any Design.

:--:::::2 ,-\j' . -"'11II"" .' .vngn"llll"" "......... -.nur........ "''IIII"" "''IIII"" ...r.......... I|! the western timber supply farmers which on it it as contains soon as isIexhausted. MONUMENTS' ;
:::::: .. r .Th Commissioners of Bradford coun- 1 IRON FENCES AND
have paid the reward of t50 for the
of Lucius Swaggart, who mur- -- -
v capture I .The cigar manufacturers of Tampa
--- i 'GriffiOO: j dered Enos Cribb. are doing all in' their power"to prevent \ \ w y V V raM

=_= r.. C. W. There is unusual activity in the build- I the increase of internal revenue tax on .IL ........c.... .MIMa: TMAOM. 01 i k
i' I I the better grades o.f cigars, and manymessages I
::::: i ing line going on in Palm Beach, the have been sent to Senators
II',' result of the organization of the new
-- i Taliaferro and use their best MACH BROS.
Fancy Family -Groceries county by that name. .
== J : "efforts to defeat Beveridge amendment ,

--- '!", i. Fresh Meats. 4 The Commissioners of St. Lucie coun- I Livery Feed and Sale Stable.

:-:::: 'Jl1 i tI ty have placed the annual .tax levy at { The election in Sumter county resulted ,
'' Deliuery Every Day at any Hour. Patronage Solicited.Depend : 27 mills. This does'not include the Jn the county seat remaining at WOOD--DRAYINQ: '

M..a. lac .....__e...6..01.___a............. .A. .....A. ..... .... "'" ""' special school tax fund. Sumterville, although that town received J ',
== i only 124 Votes to WebstrN 388 Everything Is" New arid FlritCla4ols.Ve. will $

Joe Work has been started on the Sea- !i and Coleman 386-the law requiring Render Prompt and Satisfactory Ser-. !; _

board Air Line Railway extension from 1 thatjatownjmust receive ILma, o.rtiLQ1' .- -Trlce-Ji ror-Nlfilit. AIl KJnds ,
r.. '" 1 pallIjrBTfcI7"and W lr nl;" nue unUrtlieline ; -:all the voted cas't before the county seat .
-s is extended to Dade City. can be removed._ = Heavy' Hauling. i ia

,- Miss Minnie E.: Neal, president of, the AT SEAMAN'S OLD STAND. PHONE 113. h

( ; Us The Adventist people ,have pitched W. C. T. U for Florida, has Issued a
lp On their tents at Fall-villa in'. Orange coun call for funds with which to pay the ex,
u'and, will to convert
i of-the wicked( once in that. locality.:: penses," which of the will'traveling be an important alcohol featurein exhibit . ,- ,

the campaign the organization will ""' ""' ____ 1. 6c""kc>ek flc. u6L,606 .r
i : Arcadia will hold a bond election make in favor of the constitutions L, n
wtrfI'I'nthe** taxpayers will be asked, to amendment prohibiting the sale of: 4
ratify the issuance of $50,000 worth of whiskey in the state. ''
bonds for municipal improverriffnU. 4 IDEAL FERTILIZERS
The people Of Starke could not see

The receipts of the Live Oak postof- their way clear to build a new brick '
increaseover city jail so they did best thjng 'f ., "
lice for 1909 show a marked '
and painted the old wooden structurethe
{ 111 ) that .Iast' and that' city is now entitled .
you depend on us, we are !sure year color of red brick, and as 'soon as =
r to the free delivery system. from the best material the market affords. Each .
will be entirely satisfied with the ,' -- enough money falls into till .. formula eiaotly-suited to the_product -forwhlctult,:is-::reoom-;:-'- ": ,.
you way white lines will be painted on it so as ,. mended and thoroughly tested In both laboratory and field. "
:p--' Marriages during the first week in to make the unsophisticated believe it They are worthy. of their name, IDEAL.So many people
- ., ; ': in which your wants will be taken care of. July were exceedingly numerous. Ev- is a solid brick building. appreciate this fact we handle great quantities of ray!.matePals. ..tll"
this office This enable usto buy cheaper, therefore we can
coming to -
exchange reported
"' ::1 r'l: If it It is your (doctor's prescription ery from one'to a half dozen. Edward Alvarez, convicted of mur- sell cheaper. Compare our analysis and prices with any '
'i' ., brand on the market. Send for our literature. Ask
V '1 ; which. you want filled we will attend' to der in the second degree in Bradford 'Our vast store of Information la at Tour.aervlce.queer
) The work of paying the streets of county in 1899- and sentenced' to life i ,1-Call OQ our local ,agents,
f,' it in a way which will please him and give Sanford is being rapidly pushed and imprisonment has been granted his i'i'loDs ' i, >
'- will be continued until every! principal freedom by the Board of Pardons. 4 WATERS A CARSON GROCE V CO.,

. $._:.: 7you:: the, utmost. satisfaction., .. ; street in the city la 'paved with This Is the second time he has' been E*
,o, pardoned, the first time about five or address ,
I' brick. ( .
:.;;, air..ordinary! : drug store article years ago "he.was given a conditional '' ( j
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pardon later his actions became ,1

;; > : that is demanded, you wjll get whas you county The County have fixed Commissioners the tax levy of Volusia for the penitentiary.such that he was" again placed" in- the Wilson & Toomer ,Fertilizer Ci -,Jlcssfc'LOW :_ 't;

/'"' :', want,' for our stock Is'most. carefu'liyse-" present year at 19J mills. The county t t
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": ''i \ has balance of about $24,000 in its LIST' YOUR PROPERTY .L"V" "'11II"" "V" "V" .......,...., .......__"'11II"" """ ';..,. .....,....."'11II"" .". ..,...". ...._----, ....' f '.'
.tI i s .; lected.and in it is to bo found practically treasury.. _._ --r '

I ''t r. any article that is ever found in .a drug A company has been formed at Eau With One Who Has Had ,Experience ROUND TRIP RATES '

y 1 1> Gallic to open an inlet from the Atlantic in Handling Real.fstate.' -
store. ocean to the Indian River, and I l
.. w.Y.. considerable money has been subscribedfor I. Having visited the beantifutNtown of TO /
; ':, Yes, you can depend on us for all your .
-- ,. the planr Kissimmee, met its hospitable Congenial .
=:.. :. ;;' . wants, which yon< expect' to satisfy in a . "'- people.and shown our faith-in Osc.- .n. '

., r' There has already been $10,000 sub- ola county-by buying some of Its fertile 'T'A lVfp-A
f' - drug !store. Our stock is modern and our scribed toward building a new opera soil, I am now ready'to bring some of
ks: 5 t ; house in Ocala, and only $5,000 more our Kansas Citizens here to' locate and ,
r. service to customers is as good as careful is needed, when work will be begun on persist in converting this woodland into

Data ,,1" I f attention can mak"e it. the structure. .- smiling-to fields help and build pleasant up the thoroughfares pretty-, Account. of Meeting of Florida

i! Tb. Board of Trade of Bradentown home-like city of Kissimmee.
Depend on us and your drug-store
f is soliciting funds from its businessmen Is Your Farm for Sale?
ii buying will prove pleasant and satisfac with which to properly advertise Citrus Exchange
that town,.and the Journal requestfall If so, write me at once,giving full and .
j t tory. to give liberally. - complete description-price,'terms, etc.
-and I will use my very best endeavorto ." VIA
. :l f, The rural letter carriers held their find a customer, and faithfully serve

, ,* ,; annual convention in Live Oak on ,, those who list.their land or city property
J; Coast
)N .' ,, Monday of last week. Gainesville was with meI have tad more than ne
,, -
\ { elected as the place for holding the twenty-five years' experience- in buying ,
next'atate meeting.t : and'selling"real estate, and during that
;Ji time have given satisfaction to those
1RID11 "- Tickets on Sale July 19th, 20th and 21st, and r Trains Arri, '.
'; -+ The Fort Myers Press Is authorityfor who entrusted their propersy to me for .
T : f disposition.For ing in Tampa before noon of the 22nd. FIE Umit July 2i5rd .
{ OSCOLA.PHARMACY' the statement that little damage ._. \
(.- f i:, : waa done by the recent heavy winds to a few-weeka ray-addrea, will-be -
For Tickets or Rate., call 1 on snY A. C, LI Agent 01: '
,. !b : orange groves along the banks of theCa A.. NELSON, i
i i.y , ah.tchfe, of the
' -. , rz'J' .' younggroves" nay although have to acme be react. Wichita; Kansas. 1. 0.KIRKLAND'D: P. .A? TAMfA. FWIUUA y '

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t, Kissimmee 'Valley Gazette. Rains Did No Damage in This <
:" The From every pprtion of Florida comes I Could CivilizationDo $39..70 1

the report'Of damage to and gar-
PUBI.18BED EVnrFRJDA.t' 4en ffom: .the recent heavy rains, and Without Round From KansasCity . ,",
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'I :, Office In Valley Gazette, in som*calities the crops bave been \ KISS1MMEK.. : O8CBOLA COUNTY.FLA. totally destroyed, causing loss that It '

- will take ears to overcome; '* ,Government.-?:_-, - -.._ .. ... -- to .Kissimmee '" .-

1Y'W, K, HARRIS, Editor, and Prop'riSUBSCRIPTION ; The peculiar formation of the country c + !

',- ..!# surrounding Kjssimrnee, the City of 1 t C. ., 1 r> ,j't'' Good.. 'for 86, Dnj">':, Stopovers ,Goiiig 'and, Coming.:;.

RATES Gardens, its elevation being sufficient t -.t .,
.. ... .. I -
r i t__ ---O Qis copy.eopy.on.da-muothe yer ,".. :...,.. ,_,-,=_n 00 60 prevent water standing: for( any length Br Count LEO, TOLSTOY., .';'.. ,",\ AuthlNI \. sbow this J land.( This ',
of time, anc).the ground rolling( to suchan Copyrl'h b;. ** I start Tuesday, July 20Ui, to .;

.,k ,.orro.pnmfentsmu.tb.lanedbythowrlvr All eommunlcatkm." ..",from' our .uthm., to permit of perfect drain.I A Yndar Und rood itorwood -. '? opportunity in price win not I last.long. ",, .
t wnleM. lathe reason why no, damage
fejwitod matter eta l inn b returned age, ;was
".' .t ,,..lIed for ._._', _------, done in !this locality. \' ; ; ** *EOPLE are BO accustomed to the governmental\ order liVE"ACHE "

IIn": .""" .t the P....U>me. In Klwlmnw When a person is seeking a locationon which 'they live that it 'seems .to them the una- : TRACTS FOR $100 I'

oond-cUu mall., matter ,..,.... - =-=-= which to grow garden truck or cit- 'p'under permanent form of human life.
rim fruit, there are other theme to be .
Friday July 10.1909.; ( ) taken into consideration "besides the - -it--onlyseems so. PEOPLE LIVE AND -, - ;-- -- "
87 ---6 5' ,4 3' y- > ;
i ? ._. richness of the soil, and one of the most LIVED OUTSIDE ALL GOVERN I. - {
:i essential features is to select :-: "
a MENTAL SYSTEMS. All the nations who
Don't off with the idea that the savage .
11'r. : tariff on run cotton and woolen goods will of locality crop where. being there destroyed will be no by dapger either have not reached what is called civilization have lived and are livingso ,

it f be reduced-they are necessities. drouth or water. and so live those who in their understanding of l life have risen Y'r

: ""'-' = The section s'urroiinding Isbl..sspd ABOVE "civilization," Christian communities in Europe add Amer
but the state suffered -
It-, Nl:>only Tampa,
.a severe loss when Gordon Keller by nature with successful both the most lea, and especially in Russia, who hare rejected government and do ,/ 4' ,
adjuncts to truck-
;: died He-was a prince among, men. necessary beat not require it and who only endure its interference because they must. (
-' - ;- ing and fruit growing::!!!!. of soil
i. There it one and onlv :one cure for the and an altitude of sufficient height to THE! GOVERNMENTAL ORDER OF THINGS IS A TEMPORARYAND i J

a. drink habit-stability of character sufficient prevent out in case of continued CERTAINLY NOT A PERPETUAL FORM OF LIFE, AMD JUST 9 10 12 13 14 15 16 1

,i x, \ to let the devilish stuff'alone.C4 heavy rains, while-U.a numerous AS THE LIFE OF AN INDIVIDUAL IS NOT STATIONARY. BUT CONTINUALLY !
'/ streams and lakes, coupled with the

: As Is the usual case in such matters, fact that,spelndid !flow of, artesian water -.,THE JFE| OF_.ALL_ .MANKIND_JS, .UNCEASINGLY CHANGING. MOVING -
t '. the man who blazed the way for the can be secured at a very little depth, ON AND PERFECTING ITSELF. -
o -- Panama canal died practically unknown. prevents the possibility\ of lost' from j'
for --- lack of moisture-makes this the ideal We only fail to seex he fact that the life we lead is discordantwith 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 _-
4s criminal
If*t-fg vthee! to accept locality in, all the south for one to engage ,-' human nature becaiiMKail the horrors among which we quietly ,<
bribe, it should be just as criminal .r
t : a in that indulltry. .
oftW live have come about so GR UALLY that we have not noticed '
'! for a lawyer to oneopirn.f While in some of Florida t :
parts igardens ll : .. ., .
I :
the not them. -'-- **- -
of learned judges to contrary
i f I are not producing single vegetable -
IA : r withstanding. the people of this town are en- Apart from the fact that there laxno kind of reason to believe ii'j

,' ; Four deaths from beat in Dallas and, joying .verything.tbat can be grown at that the abolition of violence,, which is not conformable with REASONING ' .;''I.I!'
this season of the and no fears are
f Fort Worth, Texas, last Saturday should year LOVING HUMAN NATTJREXwould impair insteadof
entertained their that the rains
on part ,
;' cause an exodus to this state,' where though they may continue for weeks improve the condition of mankind-apart frointhat, the PRESENT J
a prostration from heat of either manor :
Q, beast was never known. yet will do fifty dollars' worth of dam CONDITION OF SOCIETY IS SO DREADFUL that it

\- age to all of the hundreds of gardens is difficult to imagine anything worse. 25 20 28 2!" 30 31 32 a
I t When a man and his wife travel three hereabouts..combined.Of -
Therefore the question of whether live Wi
'' people can -
thousand miles to see their son play course there are spots here and J
I baseball, as did a San Jose, Cal., couP there, as there are in every locality, on is not only not a terrible one, as the defenders of the t- NOTE-A rood hard road run. on all four.Id..of this property ;

n \ led to believe they need 1 a which water stands, but they are never wish make is
; -,. pie, we are ing system to out, but MERELY LAUGHABLE, 1 also have larger tracts any size to null the customers. From flfefrcres >
..,i : little expert medical attention.-" I used for trucking or grove purposes by would be the question, addressed to a tortured man, of bow he- would to 100,000 acres. From a garden field to a cattle ranire. Crops aid;>> '
the own'erll or offered 1 for sale and theyare KrftalDBT twelve months In the ypar. No .mosquitoes, fsw (lies, lake" and ocean
The manner in which U. S. army instructors I few in number, and l as there are live if people ceased tormenting him. hreeie Average temperature 42 to UK\ detrrws. Here we challenge any
t, are acting who have been assigned : fully three or four hundred thousund -People who, owing to the existence of other locality In the United States to show such returns from their trucking
government organizations
dletrlc ii la the
g. flowing pile, the sub-Irrigation system, the climate, the- -
". to schools that teach military acres of as fine muck land as can be have advantageous positions picture to themselves the l life of people soil the sub-soil drainage, shipping facilities by rail and water and the marketing
tactics will result in many schools and found on the face of the earth lying in condition* that produce these returns:
't ; colleges doing away with that course of this county that have never been cultivated deprived of governmental authority as uVfLD DISORDER, a Statemeuts matlalbv growers:
1 STRUGGLE ALL AGAINST "I received 110"< 0 for the celery and other vegetables grown on six l
.; .y training.. it will be many years before it ; OF ALL; just as if we were epeak- acres in },908 NV '

1 ,\ What do people expect but witness( will become necessary to use these spots lug not of the life o$ animals, for animals live peacefully without "{ cut 20 baskets of ucefrom I ]1.*< acre ofland anfl sold for nff.0! net.*'
for other purposes than water hol f. for "I made about S1200 an'acre on celery a sear and all other crops in pro-
when governmental violence but of
disgraceful scenes attending games stock." some creatures prompted in portion. >.

; of baseball in which "professionals" There is nothing that could have occurred their activity solely 1>>y' hatred and madness. But they imagine men These lands will produce fromxfAOO to t3UOO an acre a year. ".
S are playing A goodly number of them A few more a ve-'re tracts one'Njiile from Kunnymede Hotel. '25 down
rN come from back alleys and tenements that would convince the prospec- to be such merely because they attribute to them. QUALITIES and (25 every six; months till the C10O isxuald.

., in the great cities. tive homeseeker of the advantage this CONTRARY TO HUMAN NATURE. which have been perverted Will refund car fare to purchaser of KjO acres

r tr Before, men of Don McMullen'i caliber south section than possesses the recent over heavy others rains'in, and the by that aame government organization under which they themselves W. S. ALYEA Atcmson Kansas

i J" get through with him that man those who travel over the state or any have ,grown up and which, in spite of the fact that it is evidently ,

rt , Wells of Plant City will find that his part of the south at this season of the unnecessary and merely harmful, they continue to uphold. moo NORTH TERRAC
'. "knowledge of when the prohibition year are quick to realize it. All we ask
And therefore to the "WHAT WOULD
question, LIFE BE Kissimrnee after July 20th.
is that those who
amendment will become effective is contemplate purchasing -
i' about as limited as are his abilities as a property in the south on which to WITHOUT GOVERNMENT, there would be,but one aDBWer--

+ legislator., live in future that they come and look namely! that there would certainly not be all the evil which is created .
r, --- Overthissection before-reaching de government L. A' MINX&CbREAL

y { .. The Kissimmee Valley Gazette has cision, and if they fail to locate here we
'donned a handsome new dress and now will not feel the least chagrined or put WOULDBE

r l? print an all-at-home paper that would out, but we know from past perience NO TAXES SPENT" ON THINGS- UNNECESSARYFOR THE PEO- ESTATE BROKERS
y bebard to beat anywhere. Kissimmee that: few'ever' leave who once become P EITHER WOULD NOT BE THE'SEPARATION OF THE NATIONS, "
.i I :will have to grow rapidly in order to acquainted with the many possibilities THE ENSLAVEMENT OFX8OME BY OTHERS, THERE WOULD 'NOT ';'*' .

.' catch' up with her-paper.' -'So th'_...-Florida . and opportunities this town and county ,BE :THE: .WASTE* OF: THE PEOPLE'S BE3T. POWERS "IN PREPARATION . DealeTs'Hn'Timber.' \ Lands; in. largt.or, i.:Small Tracts ,,|:

k I Sentinel.. Offer the homeseeker, .and Investor. FOR WAR8, THERE NwOULD NOT-\'tE 'THE" FEAlR OF ..::. ...., ,. ,
'' The Democratic members of the joint Where is Kissimmee, the City of HOUSES AND BUILDING DOTS '
,i conference committee on the tariff.bill Gardens? Just follow the crowd and AND

,< have been notified that their presence you'11 I land in the prettiest and most THE STILL MORE INSANE DESTITUTION OF OTHERs. Orange Groves and Truck Lands in Lots of 2 1-2 to 1 1,000 Acres.
was not desired. We fail to see where prosperous>ue little city in the state of

\ .y. the presence of any Democrat was needed Florida, situated on the north shore of '
F in Washington during the present Lake Tohopekaliga and on the main line 'Square Deal For the Railroads $

..uionof, Congress. of the A. C. L. R. It.; it is the terminusof Kissimmee
But They Must Bottling ;
two short lines of railway, and is the Reciprocate.
L .?1 'A Chinaman kills
+ a girl and 'the paper head of
.', navigation by water to the "
; By WADS H. *
tb C
print column about the ELLI1. Attorney iw .L.IITH .
many murder Gulf;; If fs "io-: the center of more productive _
a A railroad company through negligence to gigantic combinations of WorksS ..I t "
; I : truck gardens than any other respect capital engaged .I"f.
e : kills a dozen and the papers place in the south and will the "" ,' give the occurrence ten-line ship a purely public service the railroads, there is no '..c"Gill.
a notice.
.' coming season two hundred"thousand to' rT.So4a PRATHER P.IO. NItT0.1" ,
$t 'We have thought for some time this boxes of and of any limitation whatever upon their right make , '

'q..: world was cut on the bias. ships forty oranges thousand pounds grapefruit of fresh; it mutual agreements. Why Because such agreements do Water Coco Cola Ginger Ale and All the Newest and Best ':' '

Tb. ; : water fish each week and is growing in not and cannot control prices, since the charges imposed for the Drinks Bottled and Crowned by New and Up-to-Date Machinery. tr-1; 'f"
; KUsirnme Valley Gazette Has population at the rate of one hundred inhabitants '.... "* f'\\
come oat In a new dress and all borne a month. So just follow the service.are controllable by the state or by the nation itself. ,

q 'print :It is one of the best weeklies in crowd and you'll land here. .. THEREFORE THERE 18 NO REASON WHY THE ANTI-TRUST GUV'US A TRIAL.Your ORDER; .1;.

the state and published in one of the The new whisky law- of Texas went ACT SHOULD APPLY TO RAILROADS AT ALL. THEY ARE OUT- .... :ft
best sections of the state. Editor Harris
ry to be into effect at midnight on the 10th and SIDE THE REASON FOR THE LAW AND OUGHT NOT TO BE ;>> '!I 7>>7.I ;,;'>>;'>>n ;.w ;;W;>>7>> 1U n ;;w 7>>;;W. '5"
i' congratulated upon hi.
more than a thousand saloons were WITHIN ITS TERMS. ,"
{ ...
enterprise.Sanford Herald.In
i forced out of business.; We predict thatin The RAILROADS :MUST BE ENCOURAGED to keep pace Money Back i.If i.
glowing headlines the the next five years every saloon in r
papers state with the of the It is lamentable fact that railroad
industry country. -
F that Riggs of the Columbus team is that state will be forced out of business. ;
'leading league b ttera. We don't know The good people of this country are determined .facilities in recent years HAVE NOT RESPONDED TO you dont say this is the best. offer ever made by the "Best aJ

t i who Riggs is'nor where he cornea from, will not cease that in whisky their must efforts go until, and there they THE COMMERCIAl GROWTH of the country. With the esti- Paper. in Dixie." .

,bet we suppose somebody had to lead i. not a drep offered for sale In the mated need of seven to eight billion dollars within the next twenty The SemiWeekly Jonmal,,six month
i And it might as well be Riggs as United State. The Carrier end Patroa, six raontba
.Ise anyone yean for railroad'building in this country no policy must be adopted The Woman' World
k' -they all smell alike to us. ---- Magarln, six months 1
The war talk that is now going on in which will retard the natural development of transportation '

'f The 1 general news press states that'the'strike South' America, if carried_ to actual hostilities facilities- the first and foremostessential - All Three. Six Months NET .
3 5
y situation in Nova Scotia is improving will amount to more than have : c _

c but it Is from the labor press those spectacular affairs 'we have been of all business prosperity.; for ... ,.... . ... .. .. .. No," So..BII...tlos Plllew.eI< ....

we learn that the government is aiding reading of for twenty years as taking While it ia true, however, that trafJSo; agreements w
+; the coal I Send today, as this offer won't last long ,,
companies with
I five hundred place down there. If Brazil fights Peru and pools between railroads, now forbidden

i 4 ''f" I force soldier them to oppress! the workmen and and Argentina combined, the devil will i by the anti-trust act, ought not to be forbidden, it is DEPT. 91 '
work for dollar a day. have to build an addition to accommodate
.t I the Spanish colony that will take NOT TRUE that a necessary condition? to railroad ,
1 :u County court convened in Duval county up a residence In hit kingdom. improvement is that ALL GOVERNMENTAL The Semi-Weekly Jonrnfll l Atlanta. Ga.
-- - -- --- ,
last -
1 Monday with
'; 150 cases on the
i a docket. Whisky is sold in that county. Dispatches state that another brave SUPERVISION SHALL CEASE 7.l 7>>7.I ;'>> a a rlar ir3.a!?1 7>> r iysy i

The county court convened In this county American soldier has been killed in'the In my judgment he is likely to be disappointedwho jP
t' s r- -:" on Tuesday with -leas Philippines. We have said before, and ,
.# F to be tried. The sale than of a dozencases here repeat the statement, that the life predicts a' RETREAT ALONG THE LINE OF RAILROAD MM I I I'M"H' . .!". *. I .Mil .. -. + : .
? whisky '
Ia prohibited In this of one of our soldiers is too great a priceto SUPERVISION BY THE GOVERNMENT and he is r-

if t; r 'peculiar atrikeyouTWllJiam county. Anything pay for the whole of those islands mistaken who asserts that the issuance of railroad securities im' NONE ii HOUSE PAINTING. and PAPER HANGING ILALSC :

and every brown, black or ,any other OF THE FEOPTJS 1JUfIDq 188.; '.
colored individual
: Jennings Bryan, as usual who inhabited themat -- ( \
nttered sound_.logic the time we gave Spain- $20,000,000 THE RAILROADS ARE NOT ENGAGED IN PRIVATE. BUSINESS.. .
pemocratie governors in states having for attention on her $'ght. THEY ARE PUBLIC SERVANTS. THE ADEQUACY OF THEIR' SERV- Graining, Stapling! and KDI ltti"i"g. *!o'

r Democratic legislatures ought to call It is always a safe bet to make that, ICE", THE_ PAIR' RETURN UPON THE MONEY INVESTED, THE -I .

extra _lone at once and secure immediate when a man and woman cut the fool ,SAFETY: AND COMPENSATION OF THEIR EMPLOYEES AND THE SIGN PAINTING A SPECIALTY I '

I1''. _{t + ,! 1,1 .ratification of -the income tax when getting married aj did that pair :] HONEST MANAGEMENT OP "THE BUSINESS ARE MATTERS OF + '., '\ '
1 amendment." 'We'believe it Grant in California who, tq be original stoodiWwater i' 800N'ER' -- J.
was -
l who said Democrats could always be rer neck deep while the ceremony :;. SOONER WILL THE RAILROADS RECEIVE THAT MEASURE OFPUBLIC Me .114 Oet Prloell. JACK "BA r ri
; was being performed, they will live tae' l S'S ,f.
lied oh,;to make Jloola of them elv s-at '"' COME : :: .
: as long as the honeymoon SUPPORT AND ,
jut } .
\; the proper time lasts an longer. I II I n 111111 II tt I" loti ..++++ H} 1II'.lit' .
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The Kls&ImmeeYalleu Dress 1 I ginghams,. the- 12Jc. 'kind,-10 cts. Old papers for sale at this office. COUNTY .COURTcw () ,

at Dann's.; 20cts. a'hundred.Supt. ., STiJlLLOCKREAL

j .. TKLCPtyONK NO.:11. j I Doors and window. screens made to ..J. O, Higgins, of the A. c.'L;, Methodist fi GJI: !! ch; ,
f Cases Tried and Only Two Con
til:" Order at Barns's shop" was in! the": city yesterday \
cMt Buy dress-ginghamsat "A. S. Agency of the White Star : .victions., .
; your
'V -.-BYW. i NOTICES" AND" INFORMATION' e ee..eeS,".maseeee
8.' .Gjlbert's. All lOc a yard the,Home Store. Phone 154. County Court convened last Monday ..
;W" -. B. HarP F1I' t .. .? INSURANCEExamination ,

w 7 : Don't for&etthe Electric:'Theatre. :The Home Store now carries the McKinley with ewl"appolntedomcla1., Judge The second annual'r session of'' '

11 ;; Performances every evening. ,eneq edition of sheet music. lOcts. G!, F, Kribbs and Prosecuting Attorney teachers' Institute is''now convening( .the of Titles ''
: J. 'L. Moon; In charge. Sheriff Prevattand ,
.Weather I line! of belt pins at 25c, 60c, per copy.e' here and there are about twenty -
Report Clerk A, ETDonegan; ;were also at
; 75c;" SLOT.:. and $1.25 at Katz's. Mrs7Simmonsof Arcadia, Is the their poets of duty.' preachers In attendance.: .. The program Specialty.

guest Of her sister "Mrs. L. H. In- I. a very interesting and,
'" < Following''tfre' the daily tem., For alutinds of fine repair work on rram.Messrs. : The docket was an extreme light one ttnd'show much study and knowledge Correspondence. Solicited. ti
and only one day was required to dispose -
furniture etcVgo to Barns's job shop. y
on the part of those participating. Everyone
pecatures and precipitation as .
y >v I E., L. Lesley and Rull Bass of the business.
!V reported by the Government Miss Sue Watson left Sunday,*.for that can should! take advantageof
; 'each shipped a carload of beef cattle:to The following cases 'came up for.'a
station at Kissimmee for. the NfW these services.. Try and come outtonight.t
York City to spend several Tampa this week. earing.'andwere disposed of in the
week> ending July 15, 1909. months. manner\indicated Rev. \J. F. Dell, a> former BargainsIn
N.. : I Mrs-Rogero has' lost a white drake- : pastor of this church, will give an ,,address ,
MAX. HIM.'. AlN Use Plank's Chill "Tonlc:- vGaaranteed. '- H. W. Weaver, keeping house, of ill
. '- __, !and requeetsanyone having.t, knowledge -. -pn Saturday morning" besides ..
ari; 89 73 .44 .= Price 254 cents. Sold >i 1JIdruKglsts. of its whereabouts to notify her. famed-eontl )ned.---- many father speakers. '.
Friday ,
II Lawrence Sullivan assault and battery I all ,kinds c-f Real Estate. ::
ull? fi, .
''ll Saturday . ... 92 75 2.35 Mrs. W. T. Crawford returned toAter ,Qn Sunday morning; n. S. W. Fire '
continued. apd Life Insurance .
and .
Sunday 84 74 . . Mr. W. J. McCrackin arrived from home in week aftera I Lawler the chairman of the board of :, 1- ,
, 1 Cairo Ga..l last Everett E. Bass ,petit larceny, Continued Armour's Fertilizers. Renting -' ,: )(
Monday. '. . 87 71,10 St. Paul Keb.;yesterday and his horses visit to her parents.. Mr. and Mrs. J. I trustees of Southern College will fill fhe- and Collecting< Rents 's; -, ;':
\1' : ,J" 87 71 ..28 and will preach on "Christian +
pulpit :
Tueeday..L. are expected today. M. Gardner. "'Dassault :
Wallace King and -battery Specialty, Taxes'pa.ld. for ;
Rev. C. ;jJenkins rice ,
Wednesday. . 93 72 87 Education I '
Little Miss Mae Williams who has We dead guilty and sentenced to afine Non-residents
"' . . 91 73" 10 have just received large consignments pay president of Southern ;'College, will ,
. : been 111 foal several weeks of dollar and the costs of the
-quite we of glass and crockery ware one preach Sandaynight.

are glad to Report Is now rapidly re- an4 have the right prices. The Home court. 'Ktodmmee should, feel especially F& o, MEEK

covering. Store, C. N. Floyd who created such consternation 'l
--- -i-
'm'i < blessed in having this Institute convene
Kissimmee Fla.
in the end of town jrl ,
41 wHV..r.. Just received direct from factory in Mr. J. H. Carroll of Valdosta, Ga., upper here lor it has been of profit to alf
Sunday July 4th, "by recklessly. firing
Philadelphia, an unusually attractiveline I arrived yesterday to visit his brother that lave attended: ,. and has been a

I THE LOCAL flELD. i of mid-summer Stetson hats form ahd sister Mr. C. D. Carroll and Miss his> pistol at passers-by and also making pleasure to have three ministers in our
J an attempt to take' his own life, IIjC L
n at Kata's.Mf ., Carroll at Marydia. \ while intoxicated was charit' c1' with hornet. jfj 8" DOlOR

;- ; H. Newell; of Huntington Picnic parties can be supplied with: aggravated assault on four counts to Hoe Society
-- N Tire"Woman's Missionary -
4 eytlM1NeA Ind., arrived on Thursday last weekto sll requisites at the Home Store. Cakes, llofwhich he plead guilty. The court
holds its next
monthly 'mee lng'
Wade the tuner, Orlando. join the St. Cloud Colony, and is, for confections, lunch goods, napkins. red( him! two hundred dollars and the .
afternoon the
at Dann'... the present stopping atthe Runnymede Icecream dishes in paper:, dishes or opts of the court I in one case, and .sus- parsonage. REALEST TE
6 cents '
Shirting H tel. crockery.c p ended sentence during good behavior __,_L,_ __ "

'. Dwellings for rent apply to M. Til In the ot erthree.
Mrs. J. W. Watson Mrs. Mariah Agency for the Singer and WheelerandWison ,
ler. The following resolutions, by the local Park Gardens
Gilbert Mrs. C. L. Bandy and Mrs W. ) sewing machines at ,the KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA. j ''
bar on the death ofjqdge W. R. John- .
the Electric
Extra attractions J. Sears and children left Monday for Home Store. Machines for rent by -
ton,'were offered and adopted when 1aetu8tttatj
Saturday. Sakida N. C., to spend the remainderof the week. Purchases on easy installments ,
ourt adjourned for the term>

Best apron checks all colors, 7 cents the summer. of $3 per month. Next door to Whereas, on the 16th day of June, fine Body of Rich Lands with Plenty .*. .< .A.*.A i4k

at Dann's. For Sale-Two ,fresh Jersey cows, the new postoffice phone 154. 1909, Honorable W. R. 'Johnston, Cou-- r '

Stetson University at DeLand is for four and two years old; both by Sultanof The Kissimmee Valley Gazette gives ty Judge and Judge of the County Artesian Water Now on Market. M. TILLER ,

all'the people. St. Cloud; guaranteed absolutely outward and inward evidences of pros- Court of Osceola County ,and a member "We are now surveying these fine aluviaHands |

1 Doors and window screens made to sound; now at Fell's Point. Address P. perity which it well merits at the hands of the local bar, departed this life; into 5 and 10 acre tracts and 1 Real Estate Agency. l li. ,

,order at Barns's shop. A. Vans Agnew, Agent. of an appeciative constituency. The And whereas, the said W. R. John- will be ready in a few days to show. you 3 MN\Se.NSNSSSNSNN.SS.SS H P+

prominence in which Osceola county has .,ton has been almost continuously the very best>position that is to be .I 1
Rev. Dr. Henry Hice a former pastor Realty bought told.Houses .
4 Buy your shoes at Dann's. The only of the local M. E. church, now fill- stepped to the fore of J ate is in no small judge of-said court ever since the crea- und in Florida ormerly' known as rented. "

exclusive: shoe store in town. degree attributable to the Gazette.-St. tion of this county and besides has held the O'Berry place buVnow known as Titles 1
ing the charge at Leesburg, is attend i. Taxes paid and vert ,
For Sale-One set of bed room furni ing the South Florida Preachers' Institute Augustine Meteor. other offices of trust in the county;; Park Gardens.We ified for non-residents.. ''
And whereas the death of such a do not promise lands hat will
ture. Apply to Mr. Drought.Mr. in session here this week. A large crowd from Kissimmee i went Fire Life and Accident In-
I trained and efficient public servant i is a make you fortune without labor>wHh- '
Harry W. Thurman made a business i- Architect W. B. who in down to Tampa on the excursion yester ,surance. r ;" .
Tally is the out
serious I loss to ) community: sunshine and without water but vc I
t trip to Tampa this week. charge of \urveying and construe day. The train arrived here about 8:30: Be it resolved: do offer you as fertile lands as are to be Indemnity Bonds .J

Pictures framed at the Home Store. tion work of the Seminole Land & In- with thirteen coaches all pretty well 1st. That in the death of HonorableW. found anywhere in the United States vIU 'Vr..v.'e?v'NF y A'

), Call ings. vestment Co., at St. Cloud went up to filled with people from Sanford and intermediate R. Johnston the citizenship of 0. with an abundant flow of as fine arte- .

perfecting Jacksonville Saturday to spend the points the crowd being loses valuable member lion find in
ceola county a ; water as you can any country G. FXKHIBBS
For eyeglasses and week end with his family.Col. about equally divided as, to races.Eightvsix the local bar a congenial companion, an with perfect drainage.Now ;'; .. .
spectacles, see Dr. P.VG. White. tickets sold from this '
were earnest advocate of law and order an I if you are willing to furnish the ATTORNeV AT-LAW. '"

Mr. A. S. Nelson is expected to return Alfred Iverson has gone to Atlanta point. honest counselor and. advisor and on muscle, the sunshine is always assured Office in the Court\HQuse--Kis-: __ .
to spend several months visitingold '
from Wichita, Kansas, today.' Mr. T. B. Quimby representing the bench an able and conscientious in Florida. On these gardens you are simmee. Florida. '.
friends and relatives in that section.
t For all kinds of repair work on fur- His many friends wish for him a pleas- Chase & Co., the largest' commission judge; assured of four of the most essential With whom_wlIlje associated" ,io U)1; ,"

niture, etc., go to Barns's job! shop ant sojourn among the haunts. and surroundings house in Florida; has been spending 2ndthat? the undersigned; committee features in truck growing. First,Tjch trial of causes the "law Bra \of !ItMalin

of former several days In this vicinity I looking hereby tenders to his bereaved familyour land; second plenty of water; third & Warlow, of \ '
.t dress at lOc<< a years. e
Nice itnr'of!! ginghams over the fruit crop and soliciting business sincere sympathy and commend good drainage and .last, but not least Orlando

yard. A. S. Gilbert. Mr. J. E. Bishop who has beep residing ..for his firm. While here Mr. them in their distress to the "Judge of an,'abundance or sunshine. Now if you ,, .'

Buy a Gem Safety Razor. Handle I here with his daughter Mrs. Quimby is being piloted around by W. the widow and the.Fetherofthefather- are willing to work or have it done - -- --- -- --

and 7 blades for $1.00 Guaranteed by Helen Perdew for the past several M. Mosely who is also in the employ leas;" you can make enough clear of all expenses -

Osceola Pharmacy. years, left Monday morning for Jack Chase & Co.thread 3rd, that a copy of these resolutions to pay the purchase price of B. C. MILLER r

sonville to enter the home for aged be spread the minutes of this these lands In the first twelve months.
The heavy rams the past several days A from the web of a ,certain upon
-of improving .Confederate veterans )In that city. court, and a copy besentjothe J5"li This place is two miles south of Kis- -
J has delayed somewhat the work species of spider is composed of four -
ily and furnished the Valley Z filor sTmrnee and: "one.fourth mile i from an BARBERSHOP-i
the streets. Rev. J. F. Bell, a former pastor of smaller threads and each. of these !are
r. established sidetrack. We have already
the Methodist church at this place is composed of 1,000 still smaller and it publication.,
\. Mr. Walter Rackley has gone to his P. A. VANS AGNEW sold portion of this tract to two enterprising UPTODATE'SERVICE'. ., BY
in the city attending the South Florida would take 4,000,000 of'the.e fibers to '
.r: /' old home at Clinton N. :C.. to 'spend W. J. SEARS, gentlemen from Wichita, Kansas \ '
Preachers' Institute in session here this form thread the size of human
a hair.
"iI.:; a: month's vacation. ... "J' L. MOON.' and, also a portion to some prominent .
and made this office who knock his
week a pleasantcall But a man will home '
'Messrs. P.-A Vans Agnew and W..B. .,' '- Committee. ,'influential! men of Sanford Jacksonville .': '
"" on Tuesday Mr, Bell is. located at town and its enterprises ia even smaller .. r< ., -' ,' \ ., : I'
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} ) from Wash and Lakeland.Weareielting '
iakinson returned home '
+ St. Petersburg this year than the ,smallest of these thread- \
Truck Land for Rent.
.inglen Saturday night. at prices that, will pay'you to investi

Mr. Charley Donegan returned Wed Ex.Dr. gate. Come and see the lands and get Soda Fount
orders' for bread and ; 5 to i acres of fine truck land; adjoin-. sem
1 Phone .your nesday from a six weeks' outing in Nebraska George Petri, professor of history -. our prices and you will never regret it.
cakes to the Home S.tore. and have them and Indiana. Charley he and latin in the Alabama Poly- ing R. R. station fenced and lately '

.,.." delivered regularly, Phone 164. I I found the weather intensely says hot up technic Institute, Auburn, Ala., and plowed. Suited for egg plant celery BROWN & HARWELL,' Cold Drinks and Fine. )

':10\' Have you seen'- the new bulletin, ': there and T.hat he is glad to get back one of the foremost historical authorities and all kinds 'of-truck. House free to Kfcsiinmcc.! Fin. Box Candies

+' "Stetson College of Liberal Arts? to Kissimmee where he l is not kept In the South we are grieved to renter:
I awake at the heat. learn is desperately ill. He is the son Call on or address G. M. Gardner
night by
See ad inthis Issue.I
Send for -
market Is
; copy. The real estate exceedinglyactive
;J Charlottsville Campbell Fla
of Dr. G. L. Petri of ,
: WANTED-To t $1,000 to 1,200 in the region about Kiasimmee
For Sale & RentDwelllCen-
yf; Va. -The Presbyterian of the South.
in established paying business, with ser Notice. The Valley Gazette tells in the latest issue -
_traUocatiOIl.See''me .before .buying.,; Dr... Petri is a nephew of Mrs.. Cald- Cigars.CigarettesTobaccos m
vice.:. Or purchase: small Business but- of the-sale-IS-.OOO-acres. of land _
:; Geo. F. Par e well of this city. I desire to give timely notice to the :

eight. Do not answer unless you have : public that I have made arrangementsto by the Downing Co. to Thomas Wilson -w

Stove wood delivered in town at $1.00 a yang proposition and mean busi- Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Brown returned use the entire guava crop at South- of Sumter S. C., which, will probablybe

9 per strand. ness. References exchanged. Address from Ocoee last Friday and have Bedded this and trespassingwill disposed of in small tracts for fruit
port year anyone
16-tf KISSIMMEE!: LUMBER Co. Invest, care Valley Gazette. for the present at least to make be prosecuted promptly. and vegetable raising; and also of another POOL TABLE zm'

Mr. V. Ei Morgan of Hlllsborough July 4-Sw. their home in Kissimmee They have Lee Parsons Cattle Co." sale of 30,000, acres 'of, splendid

o Ohio Is hi the city with a view to purchasing taken Mrs. Keras Johnson's place for JNO. M. LEE Gen. Mgr. farming lands cone ring in the three "
i. property and making .his home Mr. C. W. Newyork last the remainder of the summer and gone July 11 '09 21OPERA courtties of Orange,Osceola, and Polk: :'

; "here. Wednesday by the' turetanis, of the to keeping house. "Mr. Brown is as This will likewise be cut up into R.LStarling
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/ Cunard Line, for PansOTIa Liverpooland yet undecided whether he will open a ------ small farms. The that''It I.II Is ;
paper lays
Mr. A. A. Loll left Saturday nightfor
London. He
; expects 'spend most photo studio, but as he and Mrs. Brownare of daily occurrence that sales of considerable \ .
a business trip to New York and of his time in and ROUSE
Germany Switzerland both In love with Kissimmee it is II magnitude are reported." The

?4 Pittsburg and expects. to be absent while gone returning. to Kissimhxe in altogether probable that be will.Capt. county commissioners have further rec- :
ti l" ' about ten days.Dr. October. The Maaretania is the largHt TINNEki[ : -
gonized the value of the Valley Gazetteto
David of the
Burns manager
J."C. Moore left Saturday nightfor and fastest steamer afloat ;'
the county In advertising it most effectively .
Everglades Cypress Lumber Co., at TUESDAY NIGHT. JULY 20 '
,J a week or ten days outing at Jacky Mr. Jas Pherigo has arrived in the by aub eri91n&,. In the name of

: 'i. sonville and other points in the.upper city from Miami on a visitTo his parents Lough man, spent yesterday in the the county for 400 copies of it for six All Kinds, ,of Sheet M t
Mr. Burns that .
city. reports plans
,} h. portion of the state.LOSTBetween Jim Is now considering a proposition BILLY ROSE months.Times-Union. 1I'
now being made by progressive citizensof
:Y '; the Baptist church I to go'to China and assist in the engineering Bartow and other points along the and Repair Work :"

: ,: ; and the depot! last Saturday a silver department in the construction way to begin at the Osceola county line I .

,' c belt pin. Finder will please return" of a raHroad eight hundred miles and build a hard marl road via Florence Minstrels Vaudeville W- C. BASSWholesale .I'T7
long and should he decide to will -- -
+ same to'the Pa torlum. I. go Villa and Bartow across Polk county i
lirll.IT sail some time in Septem er. ; I
thousand dollars have
Several already and Retail
[ ; Mrs. Cr W. Dann and children and
,4 ORANGE GROVE FOB SALE. Situated Presenting the Latest Songs 'TIN a" ;
Mrs. J. R. Graves, Jr., and baby returned | been raised by private subscriptions. Dealer in- ROOFS and PLUMBINOT 7. 4.
about three miles from Kisaimmee, and Capt. Burns has agreed to furnish Dances and Jokes.
Tuesday afternoon from their '
': on railroad, I less than one-quarter mile the marl of which there are large deposits 1 I '. '!.

. ; summer outing in Georgia. f from station and within 100 yards oft I around Loughman.Mr. Billy Rose-One of the Best Black Fresh Beef Pork and "

'W. J. McCrackin will arrive today t church and school house; thickly settled O. H. superintendent of Face Comedians in the State. I All Work Guaranteed :
1 Page
.(Friday) from St. Paul, Neb., with a community.: Grove contains 12 r
carload of horses and mules. Don't ' transportation and Mr. J. C. Higgins, Mutton
1 acres, about 60 large hearing ,
orange district superintendent of the A. C. Songs by One of the Best? Quartetson
fail to see them before buying. 1t.A trees and over 400 grapefruit trees '!
I L., were in the city last week lookingthe the Road. Shop Opposite Valley Gazette. .'
"'- manufacturer's sample line of just coming into bearing;also nearly 400 situation over and making investigation : PHONE 44.
peach trees. Will sell'at a bargian. Office v -
ladies' hdkfs. in hemstitched and seal- as to what additional facilities 'ti.l
---- loped edges all 25c. None -worth less For particulars address box 283, Kia- would be necessary to handle the Increased Glean. in Every: Respect. A Good >

y =:r; and. 'many more than price. Katz. simmee Fla. local business of their, linewhich Company of Ten People.
., For Screens 'Door and
: C. j To talk abont catching fish on the is expected to accrue from the Five Ladles. Sprigg
'k Dr. J. Davis optician is still at Fleming
' - streets may seem like a fairy tale to developments now on' and in contemplation I
Park l
:14 ot testing eyes and fittingglasses. '
: some of our' nighbors' but it was a in this section.' While here they : Window Frames CLEANING '
\. Headache cured with glasses. I' Prices-Adults SOc children 25
common sight to behold in this city last visited St. Cloud and Park Gardena and ,
Don't neglect your children's eyes. PRESSING .
?, tested free. Friday when the heavy rains and high saw the many gardens!, around the city; I J
Eyes Seats Furniture Repairing and d'
AL No Reserved Anything
i fide caused the water to flood the which are being prepared for fall plant
-- Six pairs of Viking hosiery guaranteed i whole town. Some little boys were the ing. These gentlemen were very favorably in the Carpenter or Cabinet REPAIRING I -ii' :

], ,. to wear for six months without most fortunate of the flpny tribe gath- Impressed with what they saw, HEALTH MOTT S ..AND.....VITALITY,..* FILLS Line --t-GO: '1"O---L-- Leave word house clothe, j..Jj
-"r = t- hole in heel I or toe- for $1.00. Written- rs-catching a total of ,one_hundred and it ia expected their visit wiU result The treat Iron and tonlo rmtorati for mIlD at my and
will be called and
t,, guaranteejwlth each 1-2 dozen pairs. pound which they readily disposed! of in much'good this section in the way ." .producefatrvnffth.8ya'em and renews and the .normal.halfybuds BARNS CARPENTER SHOP lor returaedr4.

All sizes' for men, women and children at th* !fish house and netted a neat lit of Improved facilities f
; ;;, at the Cash Store !.IaJ28tt- tle sum.-KJrystsl: River Newsi .- t\Qn.-\ b.a.boxes for K II\\). Bold only by OiccOI Opposite FreightDepot.j&k : Satisfactioni' Guaranee3*

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T A..t-RO ]IN .THE' POT,, .---. . '. . Iri, .

Vexing Day of the Early, Ta Tax 'In
F |I' Nsw England. .
I Tea was' not bropgh over by the Cle'a''ra.nee SaleOne ; :

t Laundry Hints. ", "" L" ,. .
eettlOra. When the pilgrims landed '
.111nt 1 j ;: '!" . "J, '" '"\.,,\l" ,-; '. :4.1 -'
T .If it Urea you to iron pat rag under at Plymouth tea waa selling to'England - ., tr ,', . .." .. .. '
at from $10 to ISO per.. pound. It .. "" '. ,.\ ". ,, '. '
:t' your feet, and .whenyou put m your ; '" I ,' \ .,,,,fu't ,_"" -
iron to>beat put a brick In tbe oven was a luxury that/ had been known to ., V .', ."l' ': .>\ ,., '

td .to beat alto. Put on end :of'board for i,Englishmen only a few years, -I.---. : -... .--'One Lot Ladles' White Shirt Waists regular price $1.50 reduced to+7.jc.N! : !/.: ') "''I : ;:-'-" "'- .
5, an Iron stand. It keep the lronf hot I Early settlers got along wltboat! InI -' . .. . ','4" '
ao pue{ !i' longer Tlils Is fine Wen I dla or China"' tea for a long time. They\; ", Ladles'l \ ,.Wash. Skirts io :. ,. .. '
One Lot !)
$2.50 reduced $1.5 /
_h ,'pressing: -(' -,j j need 'roots, herbs and leaves found In f': t t regular price b ; ; . ,; :! ;. ti ,

'"' When making starch If it li .tlrre
t linin lorm' on pearly; cool'Do not there pot,, will soap be'grease cruet, f; $drink.>t ten.'yaw Sassaf.raa_, -tea- .was- '. a.common' ;,;,: All Special' Prices are Strictly .C sh. If y'' ll.JU\ve a charge account with' us., -*- I- ,

top. .
's ': ,_' wax oranjthln\ of that "Wad. In your Tea"wnlt advertised for sale la ''Boa-. .a' request any of the advertised goods charged: regular prices VPlll prevail. .*., .

.I atarcb.t: It Is bad for the Just 'ton In 17C2.for.the flrtt.time accordingto .

.' oae a! pinch of borax, clew Irons* historians... In 1700 patriots began '
I .s'l. "woi never! sttrlt.The plotbes ere'eI1E- 'to take the pledgo not, to drink tea because ;1'IIUVE : ,

.}, c e1., and lb.t'< bol'lJx la wb't' nlng. Ado I' of the tax: that tbe English gov\.' ' ft. C. Stanford Co. .
a Arop or two of l bluing to the ntart-h. ernmetlplal'ed on It. It became rash: 63... '

Put in the borax: before turning on I Ion able for ixiirlotlci ladles not to serve .
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tbe boiling water i India tea but "na-ubstltntes; tlierefoi1
1 ,, q .
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"Ij brn ; i --- .. .. .. 11I \
Clubhou.. Flshballs. Captain rng of Danvcrs; forbade !hls'' .
tiiste tea hen ath his roof 1
; -Boil the required quantity of codfish pponmtp "
In two waters to freshen and while as 1 long as the tax remained upob It 1 I I

!a L hot pick It- Tory fine'' and feathery 'I but the strong minded and Ingenious I 'A WOMAN'S BACK Malsby Machinery Co.

,J Mash hot boiled potatoes thoroughly lady Rf'l'l'ndeJI to the flat roof of the The GraystoneKI88IMMEF' .

. ,r and cream them with milk and a, goode'.zed I' liouso Invited her friends to follow. I I ,

\ piece of batter. Thre cupfuls and.llicro abe nerved tea to-them. The Aches and Paine Will .Disappear FLA. 2& OCEAN ST. . . . JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
c.t potato to ona.IInd a bolt cnpfuls offish I Rome other r l"llcs of the t' "n fared If the advice of this ,KIII.

r will be the right proportion)>> and i[ less fortiiijiitc'l. ;; They 11 .a' with I for their ton parties the big tea On Lake TohopekaH< Saw Mills, Wood-working Machinery -
;. the mixture! should be niojstencd Followed.A Hunting. Fishing, Shoollnir Mills,, and
pot of tile once famous Bell tsverip.One Sbmifle Mills, Lath
a lightly beaten gt.( Mnke'lnto email Bathing, Dolt Tennis,
day after drinking the forbidden woman's back has ache general line of supplies. Complete
'roll In flour many
balls by light handling Cricket Clock Golf Baseball, Immediate
fine carried In stock for
of the house and pains.
beverage, the inaxter unexpectedly
fat to cook .
and Into smoking hot Trlll'ShootlnlZ'
drop Moil times 'tis the fault. s hlpnient Sold on easy terms.
i walked In, .jumped to tbe kidney's e
.! to a golden brown. Drain on brown Terms: 2.50 to *3 60 per day -
Backache Is
flre. grabbed the.teapot and turned ir really kidney
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paper. That's why. Doan'* Kidney Pills per week. It will to consuffc-us before
'over, and outrolled a l>,Jg Crog. Tbe pay you
i cure it.Many. I buvlne. Postal will .brine our gales*
Brad pudding I jovial patriots at the Bell tavern suspecting Ktuslmmee women know this. To Our Friends: ,,. R man. Write for illustrated catalogue

Two cups of stale breadcrumbs, aQuarj the one of the pot had placed Read what one has to say about It. I Come and try a meal at the and price .

: of scalded milk a third of a cup i the frog In It. Some of the dames Mrs. E A. Barnes, Klssimmee, Flu.; hotel. !Single meats .OOc; 21 Soutb.rn Ag.ntalor Cckbrmtad rrquh EnrlnM. Boll.ri and Saw'Millasr ;
never drank ten afterward. for It made says: "Doan's Kidney Pills have meal ticket *10. Rooaia fl per ,
of sugar, a - -- -- -
tourtJLot.a-.cUP-Dt.melted'j i them sick. helped me so greatly that It pleasesme dav I .
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butter, two ____ .. I
X I alt, a teaspoonful of vanilla or a quarter Soak Isaac selling!Wilson tea, so of the PeabOdy Sons of persistedIn Liberty very to lame recommend and at them.times My I could back was not Ionm: In The Inn annex for : tllti111l1litll' ' i 'tt't'Tt"t'T"'t"'t"'t"'T"T't't'TT'Tt'T"TttTt''tTT"T"t'ttttT" ' ' ' '' " '
of a teaspoonful of spice. I -
seized him and compelled him to walk lift anything iraiehtenafter: stoop- rent for .We and The per nlpht.
breadcrumb In milk act aside to cool, town liiff. My rest was fitful and mornings Special idles by the weeK or '
add sugar, butter eggs slightly beaten, t about [iienltently repeating: It was all Icoilld do to dress myself month. .
'alt and flavoring. Bake one 'hour'in I I, Isaac'Wilson; a Tory be} A The kldnev secretions also caused me. I I
1, Inane 'Wllaon, I Mil tea.
,. buttered pudding dish In slow oven. I treat annoyance by their frequency In J -
The celebrated Boston tea. party was
Two boxes of Doan's
Serve with vanilla aaum.Hou..hold t passage.
_ y 1 followed by tea parties in other New ney Pills obtained from the [ -

Hint England towns. In Salem, soon after iree DrulCo.. cured me and Kid'i .. PROPRIETOR. -- *.mv.wmmmmmm.*mmtmm%.*....m a.\\\.NN\\\NN\. --
tbe Boston party David Mason was hive been [In !good health. .-.- -
e Try rubbing over tbe rolling pin may suspected of having bad 'his negro For sale by all dealers. Price 50 .

board with paper after using. servant smuggle two chests of tea Into cents. Poaier-Milburn( : Co., Buffalo. I.
% will soon feel and look as If *\I aed.A his home: Patriots entered and :New York, sole agents for the United I i Goods I

crushed paper bag will tio nicely. I searched his bouse. They found the States. BLISS'FOR .
Tie tiny bells to all bottles containing Kemertiber (the name-Doan's-ar.1 ,
,: t'.a. They iraTe It to boys who paraded i ==
7; 't poison and your alarm Is rung In I with It to Salem common and there take no other. _ __ -, I -- -a
r' ;'I any time of day or night when hi dan r rd burned It. .--- NNNNNnanNnNNr
ref.I Even after the devolution trade In C -
+ Use Ore pounds of grease to a can tea was not wholly unrestricted. It SPRING ILLS == AT ==
; of potash when making _po 'appears that In some New Englandplal"t'tl .. -- a-
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'I ** I dealers In tea were required to
Window Cleaning Chair. take out a Ucen .-Boston Globe. Sprincrtime is sicktime.

': . The window cjialr herewith Illustrated j JEWELER Purify the blood cleanse LOW.PRICES. -
consists" of wooden seat and .
a the syttem-by the imple
'-" THE HORSE BREAKER. ::::: :::::
strong aide supporta. A curved brace
_, and effective rootsherbsand -
I .' ..- s fl-: ) :
paaaes around tbe back: and affords a 1.11' barks contained in -
upport for the worker and keeps bell How H. Cured a Valuable Animal ofa ::::: a
y ::::: ::::
Bad Habit.
--Jr.,. : pi falling out backward tunning WATCH -
t i' under the seat are two chains. with I The lateDuke- of Northumberland BLISS NATIVEHERBS ::::: SEE OUR LINE OF ICE CREAM ==
is books>> on the ends." These books faaMt once purchased a beautlftil l and vain REPAIRERMrs. -
a able borne, but uo sooner bad bis grace == FREEZERS HAMMOCKS, MOS- :-::::::

begun to use him than be discovered\ cost is but a half-a- :-:::: QUITO NETS. WATER COOLERS, # ==

$ that the hone bad one very bad trick cent a day to rid the blood j REFRIGERATORS ETC. ==
down when :
try+ -that of suddenly lying
of the poison that causes -
his rider waa on lila back. Thia could -- -
rr not be endured so be ordered his servant Boils-Pimples and other I -- --

A to get the borne properly brokenIn Skin Eruptions., 200 Tablets --.

says a writer In Chambers' Journal. for $1.00.: A Guarantee 'I'

Accordingly away -went the groom Un to cure or money back..) I NFOBD-G I t

Qf celebrated Durham and horse, without breaker mentioning In the city and Ask learn for fully a Bliss about Almanac this 1 ST CURSON s G RfiYESi

,1 the animal's[ part.clear! frailty, left liliii I rev = -
old-fashioned remedy.
with a general commission to break . the teacher of /eGd u4 pus 55. Tac von no rl.t offoor HARDWARE COMPANY 3,
him day Made BLISS '
in Washington
. yltea orremuol aorta. N'.4t.tb by '
1 "horses rode' out on an experimental M .t foe..!tlernnl,., Rn)of Y,. ..67llUlllllitiilfitl'ltiliijtl111l1iltiliiliiillJilUllitllli
Ue.l pdppd. cal D. C. ,
1 trip with the 4uke'a.tllVOrite and presently A.erlea. Ii 4 b our b
--rt ..nary w.w,1L. rl. r' i 1 {I111iUiillil
found himself gently rolled upou ,yeas a nary. y -, r' '
sass our la.Neea a.\
l ... .the eoU and the horse. by. his sidever; .. f, FORBALZBY. -..:.... .'I I
r1t much at his ease. D. M. FERRY co. I
MNh. W HAMPTON. ,,,,,..
O.b\f4 J.
"Oh," said the horse breaker not at : C C. If. Manager

all embarrassed "Is that your cue I -- -- I SPECIALTIES- W"H""E..FPC.J

:; : tom?"'; So be provided himself tbt = THE OKANUE: ROVES: :
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iri next day with several strong stakes BROWN & '
: and plenty of sound rope and took the; NORTH KISSIMMEE COLONY TRACTS
'unceremonious steed to a large field Tress TIMBER LANDS SUMMFR, KKKOIiTSIMPROVED
ten on the Inside sill of the window, adjoining Durham cathedral. Riding .

1 aDd the foot of the main support rests I round and round tbe animal, according I II BARGAIN STOREA. TRUCK FARMS REAL ESTATE: BROKERS FARMS
}' the 11111 outside the his character stretched I
on atone making i to soon
q t1 whole afrnctnrs one of great strength himself comfortably rider and all, or: II I ,

'Qt n'' mod stability aild reducing the risks of tbe green sods. Without saying: s .

',.;.! -ootsVJ*cleaning-a minimum.Homemade .- -"WOrtthe- bone breaker getting up Confectioneries, Cigars, S. GILBERT YOUR BUSINESS, SOLICITEDIf I

I seized upon bis wooden stakes, drove Tobacco '
f'' W' Buttons. them deep and firm Into the ground all '"> T You Wish to Buy or Sell, Come to See Us. .
?: J Now,that they are nalng buttons on i around the..willful brute and then by Souvenir Post Cards.

Pi .. alroesoe covered with the Mm material means 6f the rope fastened him down: Etc. DEALEII.INDry ;
aa dress goods you can nee the i exactly In'the position chosen by himself C. A. CARSON, President[ N. C. BRYAN SECRETARY a I

common bone button the eta desired neither Fine Box Candies Specialty. Goods Notions
:a i so that legs nor body a ,
i aDd corer.i\,yourself. Use a circle of I could stir one.Inch. Of course after I
t s tbe. good*' twice aa, larg a.' button time the hone was willing to get up (Glasssware Enamelware The WJatersCarson .:
JBrlng.all; togetner-oa. back of button but the teacher waa willing be should W. WEEDDN ,
and sew. tmly.'til lie still and there be kept him with y "

plenty of bay and water within reach' Specialist-Eve, Ear "
'.....plf>aj Cough. Sirup. for three flays and three nights, himself We sell McCall's Patterns and Grocery.Company'
Nose and Throat. ....
One cap of raw "' 1., two temona, sitting oa his back: for moat of : Publications. l

em* tabJespoonful of 'castor oil one the time, smoking his pipe. Tbe horn for McCall's .
'r Subscriptions taken i
tablespoonful of gin one tableapoonfnl never again lay down' with Ida tides Private Ho oital. 'American National
'1" Magazine only 50c per year post-
a 1Jf paregoric. Dissolve lemons andogar on hla back. Bank Building, Tampa, Wholesale and Retail I Dealers in- ,
; -, .first and strain before adding paid. > '

j(' I The she ngredleota. Dose-one tesu __ Florida. i
, .. Th Canny Soot's S f Humor. Phone as Kissimmee, Fla. :
pp omfoi.Yer7' hour daring parozMaraHmeJtow Toe reason a Scot does not laugh at GROCERIESWE

' ,. .. a Joke right away says Dean Ram a7, T. //ft.% RIVERS, fA. D. .

6 la not, aa ta the V pular fiction, that he Chas. A. Waldron
q iris Creem.up .. -slow, in the uptake," but that the PHYSICIAN AND SUROEON
i e, ,cut marabmallowa, abort ball a"pJIIIIId.
canny man will not commit himself Office over Osceola Pharmacy'PHONES' i
"' Whip a cop of thick, rweet" He must think it over before be donate

', I rream Cbop a cup of English waltutta the exact amount of tau"hter I\ Office Residence usQtt 163.. Contracting Carpenterand SELL f i

and-ItDtr .U-together. Put in a which the Joke deserve Tbe Scot WE BUY .

bowl and set on Ice This to much minister who Is Scotland's common -- J. W. JIMPSON- --r BuilderAll /
made boors before ] ,
'liettar twenty eerv- HAY
'e public speaker, la aware, conactously work guaranteed.: ,Prices I HIDES
tog- and to a dellcloaa desert.k or Instinctively, of this trait and!b\I\ DENTIST. reasonable. No charge for esti, .
4 delivery .of an anecdote with a point I GRAIN! FURS "
.*' Car ef Mattiw. *. la a thing of unique art.Solioltude.. Upstairs In Katz Bulldln l', mates. I FERTILIZERS .

To tueaui e mattinga covering any l I m. t.o 12 m. .
.Boor aawell aa to keep perfectly sanitary OPrTC61IOIIRS: |r ?::5o to 6:*)p. m. PHONE: :3.3S SHINGLES WOOL ,
: bright and new looking go over "Charley, dear" said young Mrs.I Telephone No. 16 Jun o.'lyr June I5-4t AND i
the floor not with damp cloth. LetS .... -
Torklna, "didn't you say that bone ----- ORANGE BOXES .
dry: thoroughly, then give the same atbin yon bought has a pedigree" I -
coat at clear vazniab. .'Yea," was the complacent reply. I Osceola County ORANGE. WRAPSVEGETABLE I. ...

'Well, knowing bow unlucky you ,
'>. a.-....' ea.... From Pane.Afterbaking are with horses, I consulted a veterinary W. x... WI'NPYalcIAle CRATES COUNTRYPRODUCE 4 If It sticks tot I Abstract Company
y:, ;: : surgeon. You needn't worry. AND BURGE8M.It CRATE NAILS 1 1.
1 tile pan, tbe easiest way to tke It out The doctor says it won't hurt him in ,,
:wltboat breaking It fa to wet a deaDeJptb the 1ea Washington Star. : PHOKB 33,.' IlfreL
and wrap It around the pan. It Orrlc. fnottm VI. FLOKIDA. O.: P. OABRETT. Manager.Real .
r <, We sell field and garden seeds or all kinds. iA
,,' will come oat all,together. Well Placid ; D. D. S. estate 4
i W. W. CARSON, We give special attention to fitting out huntinaand
: BacoD-That-office seeking friend of Titles examined and-reported on ? camping ,.
Tar Paper For Cheat. I DKNTAL PARLORSniVBRS reaidente parties. '. . "
ti t. yours had landed a Jot>)> at last" | Taxes paid for non
1'' .;;, :'A Itojng of tar paper ia excellent tor Egbert-Good! What has be landed I BUILDING: Instruments relating to real estate Fran delivery in city limits. Phone No. 12. _,

dap ':',,A'; chub or boxes to which clotbea are '"He'.keeper at the pestbooae." 'OVER OSCKOLA PHARMACY carefully drawn We are county. agents fo r good fertilizers. Ask us for :circulars. : '

*: ; .to be packed tor atunmer.' It ta cbean"e ___ vyen, ne'e the right man In tbe right Correspondence Solicited. and prices on fertilizers. ;+l :
r' *' than cedar>.'a"Mato*:and-ajjoUly place te's the greatest peet'I eret oFitDifouRS'i ;g162.fir' :: .

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HER BURNED grower'*- own band \ 'I t4QTICE of
O'Burry, I. H! Inirram, i. M.,Phatipr* Z. W Application for 'Tax.1

It. WM not such a large check ,but -. Bs.: H. C. Stanford' S. H. Bollock Arthur D"e4 Under Sections 074 and.'

It was something, aDd abe bad earned Notice hereby given th.i the following rl.be4 tends wilt 'fceeolii'at public -.action B. Donngan, P. A. Van* Agnew. F. Va.aAg- ' ;"

MUSHROOMSI It From* then on Hillside bad to .admit On the Sad day of August. A. D.1900.! 10 front of the tows hall!door at lu the I! i1It.'w known to me t .'.btI the purtl.-a who exe.eute4theror.goingliutrum 578 General Statutes of the

that jxxjB-ltly*Carriebod: mot 01m17 of Oae! .>la and Plate of Florida,orao piuab thereof ai .wtll .be.llee....". to pay 'the
brain than bad been Imagined. Still amount due for laxei herein sat opposite to'r&e laine" totetuer with such cost of.wit and ad.verRobinson' that they executed the same for Notice: U"given that W, 5. q'jpureh.s.r , ,

4 they could not' at once abandon the .- ". p ? , the ness and purpoee thereto eatpreaaod. of Tax: Oerti8calsNo. lot), dated the

1( Dlsa.tei orerslsbt.they,kept-upon ber Wltneai- my band and official" eeal this Mil tat day of lair,A. >>..1110I'. hem "flied' aid oertla-
In the Train of the Came : 46" "f Jnn., A. D, lnoii.
"She will NflE. r_ ute I" mr office. and baa made
never outgrow ber fllghtl- .: J , Qo1.&trTiOZ44MIPtOrE&tY' :. . . I Tax Ta&& OlOI Sell] apptlciUon foe
8. H
''' 'e BULUJCK, tax deed to lean
Happiness. > a *."'Mre. ,Barnea Bald one.da$., "'| .. ._ la accordance with. Uw,.
,'. .. S Ju'tlceoItheiPaaoe,! I'll'IItDI.trtct.. Sajd certificate embrace the following 'described
' met her downtown In tbtt cold
't > raw ,, .,'Addition. Ovooola County .. '

'. wind with no for-around her neck and Henry Qauldlng.. .. ,LoU Block 1<. . . . .:. .. .... .*. ... .. .... ,....:.' f 711e (781 -- .ltaatett.tJa Oeueola county..
.yANITACARR.Ecop7Tt4t.d. uat' a lace blouse over ber throat. B.r_, Uaomp.oD.....-. Lot Block 10....,. ..;.. .... .,...:( ... ... .;. -.-. .. ,( )0 i M Lou ,
t' 1 and 2 Bloat I* Weet
I Elaalmmee.
180 t>r AoaIate4 UterarrPTMS.J Carrie need some .ODe to look after Sl1 '"8ubodl"I.loD of Block DL ant It Bead Addition. Notice olApplication, Tax The Mid land being
' 3 *. RoWlsad .., NM, 4..lrIAt6 ' assessed at the dais of 7
ber." ; >! iiot4a ;..?*, >! ,.{, na u
/ ;. ,, Pk&hyms......... 1.0"11 and 11.-: ;.,..,*... J.i.w..;....,....f...... II SIS Deed /nder Sections 574 and! the Issuance of eueh. certlnoate In the name of -?
1I'i1Bbt74tiat'/* what the nice, 'Ob, shell lnsrrgatt. ." aaWMffc ;. Shoemaker's Sub-dlrl.lon 01 Block HL Sass Aidltlva.( . 111... Ola Cranner, 0 ,

4mother1y old. ladle.of Ulllslde.called Croft "comfortably. .. '811'1.. too pretty Anna B. ie,.. . .. . 1 014.-, ....,,..Z... .-, ..,,... ... .. ........>. II* H 61 575 of the Gfetver*! Statutes :Unless said certificate shall b* redeemed w,;.

Carrie Da Ie1iot.'" Now, If a person not to And theses no sense In. ber SUoe'oiaker'a' Subdivision of Block QL Ban .Addition o'the State of Florida. cording to law. tax deed wilt (sans thereon on

'happen* to be very tall and correspond.tngly living alone in-that little cottage and July Etrer, . .. t* aud NX of Lot 4. .. .,. .. ... .. .... ... .. ... 4 80 .468 .' the ted day of August A. D. 1909 .
kobert B... 'Notice that' Wltnest. my official algnatur* a'nd seal this
growing those toadstool*-well. they Addition. la h.r.bgiveu ?. A. Vana Agnew5urebaser'jf ,
broad aqd wear No.Q shoe nobody took Just the same, anyway-r-H the Bllai Con. til. . NWlf andMMof 8W \i.. Block PL .. . .. .. .. s :M 571 'r.s.. Oertlflcatea,, Noa.23\ ...01, (bu.:) the Sod day of July X. D. MOB..
ever applies that adjective to ONEO.tN; "
rest of her llf&l 'But she dosen'taeemto fortran Hicks NWff of Block IL . .. . .. : . . .. .. ...((1907). ., JM 1.1 dayol D. 07.thai aerk Circuit Court
ber.- If you are flighty It.- stand* to have eyes for any .one, ana 1>001'Tom'l Robert I0a.i.D:7:11: : i< Block OL "..'. ... ... JM //I 74 filed laid cvrtlflciitei in ray office, and baa I Osoeola county Florida.
reason are small and and O,, W. : $ <> .. BlktOruns. 5OfIEu9ft; N made appl Icatloit for tax deed to issue accordIng -
yon fluffy been gone four yean now. Dr. 70 (t. W 911 rt' .., . . .. ... . . . . 4 74 A 40 NOTICE. .
never quiet. WhIte would be pretty attentive to', Mr*. C. A. Minx. lots 2 and a Block' 8.. . .. .' 10 M 1055 to law .
I Useis l :- SIPs..,. :.. :,. Lou. 1"g and S Block. 21.: ., .. : : ': : ::: :: :: : .. . .. It BO is 05 Sold certificate embrace the following de -
That bad been Cart1 description her If she'd let. him,- and he's. a line Mra. C A, MinxLots. I. 2 and *. Block 22... ...., .. .. ..... ....... in M 10 M scribeS property illifated, it,' OireoU county.Florida 'Sale of School '
,), through her girlhood and early married man." i )fr.. M. E.!: 11&......, ENt. Lo&4 I-ei. B<* t NW corsaid lot, masSe ft. E Lani .
M k. W 146 ( Block I .. .... .. .. .... . .. as4 339 toiwlt: Certificate No. \22L.etl and N-i!
Ufa. She was' a pretty little thing but Yet. when Dr.. White soon after Chal 1ihpJ|>rd.. K: to Rt of way .( A O L By thi n a-w..t.rlT a'ong. Lot 2 sec'12 Tp 24 8 R SO Ka t W> .e...... Certlfl- 1.1. .June 25,.1905
she shook . At of way 79 ft, then WtoBe .. ..rt'.,. '4 .... The Slate Board-of .
with enough of character asked Carrie totnarry- him - .d. .7 S6 fl 01. cat No. 2t 8J strength
Ihornan Baoot Be) at the 8W cur of block O.ruus75ftthsnooE no'w
faint little smile and The aald lands .being aliened at the date of sell t Ib highest and best bidder
with ,
ber. face In spite of her tilted nose her bead a to lu 01 w.yof A O L Bjr theuc -8-w. terlr. alonii .
refused him. "It tent that I don't appreciate Rt of wajr 711 f t to bar . . . . . . . .. ... jag". 631 the Issuance laldtaxcertiflcatciln the names f.\owlnl described lnd. lying and ID. 'ti
aDd small red mouth,, and curved 'you" she said with an Instinct Robert Bass:2nd Addition. -. L. P. Bitten. and,Unkown.Uulonnald .Itu.t 11 Oaoeoia ". Tlorida: T. ,

cheek bad"aJ17 one stopped to consider to soften' her:. refusal,.""bnt yon Jim Smith . .. Lot 4. . . .. . . .. . .. . .. .. on 151 cert'floatei' shall b. redeemed ae 88loD.ID Township 31, Range 82; Township

those attractions a* modified by tbe here. I-I haven't South Fla. R. R. Co'.,8urv.:t cooling tax deed will issue thereon en 25. Range 3STownihlp; 'Rn"l; Township

resolute chin and angle of the head. see, rm BO. busy" Beg at the rnont Southerly cor of Lot?! Block 19 the hid day of August A. D. 190(1, 8S, Range.83, and Township 1,
time to bet happy. runs N 43 derreea E 75 ft. K 47 degrem W 71 ft.. 8 Witness my official lUnature: aud seal this the tsiulhgLlie.34e.s., r
She loved the gayeties: of life and Yet then "was a pang of regret, in *" 43: degreea W T7* ft. It 47 deg reia K: 7111. . .. ..... 21 oi SS 05 Iud 1a, of July, A. D. 1909: i From the date. of the Brat appearance of this .

the sunshine.. Happiness surrounded her heart as she watched his tall figure H. A, Mathews' Addition. Seal) ARTHUR E, DONEOAN. notice until twelve o'clock uoou. Tum.r.
6. . .
her a* an aureole and she ran from ..down ..thebtlltot'- their. cheerful 3attlo-- _Cornell..--_ Lot8aiookQ-.i os _. ifti Clerk Circuit Court Onoeola County Fbi Ida, August 8JP lealed bids will b* received by-
trouble to the displeasure of her critic W."A. PatrlckV AddltlonT : 'T" Albert
comradeship bad brightened ber days.: President the Sfatr .
: I.F.Oll\et.te.\ .' R'ofLot 1 Block V. .... . . . log IMtiYw. I"lri. a
who fastened the adjective. : upon He had brought her book and pam / Thompwn . .. X'.. of Cot 4 Block i'------ . .. ,. . 14 70 15 JI Board- of E< of Florida, -
be .- phleta on her 'work, had advised and Unplatted Landi. Notice of A'pplicationfor Tax Deed All bids must be addresied Alber W. Oil' !

Bhe and Tom were happy those three -sympathized, and she knew, she would ,Joeeph La -- h4pM.nge9 . . . . . . of ;
before the nJ1war-acc:1dent-tbat: : IM 181 0.01 I'lor4. &n4.1'.k 14. --
year miss TJ brief"but elmostdaflfcall5.TBut ; Joaeph LcChappella W, oHNf-H of NW"of NWJi, aeo 38, tp28: 'k 2V General Statutes of the State' of the '8h01 ..
For . . !
love she told herself she was 1907' i m M The State
Board of Education
'done with. Time had softened ber Mra. J. J. 8 Ramiejr EH of NW" of NWX iN\\'J' Sec. is, T'p' 24. R 29 six -2 off Florida. nightie reject any er al bldi. ,reserves" the

but for her she thought the By order of
sorrow Board of Education
j. MCPHATTER; Tax collector.By Nortel ti hereby given that *. R. Ion..n .
ordinary happy life of a woman was this June 17th;11.
purehaaer of Tax C.rtlflcaU No. 16&. dated the S . .
over and finished. J. R. GILBERT Deputy Collector.- day of July-A. D.:1WI. -haa Sled said entlneaUIn AW$ ,-llchrut, ..ldeDt" .
Dr. White after a time bravely tried Holloway,
my omae and baa made application for tax dead .1 Serte. ,

to renew their former unsentimental to Itaue In accordance with law. Said certificate '

4I comradeship, but that too seemed destroyed and .mb....... the following deacrlbad property altuated Public Roa NoticeNonet .

and the attempt a farce. Notice of Intention to Apply to enhance which la the calculated value of directly th< company'or InJlireotU In Oac.ola county Florida to-wlt:' 1| here given'hat It la the intentionof '

"I can't do It, Carrie." be broke out erty or right.or interest therein.To > prop- WHof E ind KHof: WH Section IS Township the Board Commissioner 'of' Os-'
"I love and Ican't :-M! ...,It- Range. II'L The said land beingaa- cools
hoarsely one day. yon do the
[for Letters Patent. all and everything necessary, suitable County. 'et regular meeting
aesved aths date the issuance of such certifl-
pretend not tol! I'm going away. convenient or' proper for the arcomplinhmeiit of of aald Board to be held on Monday, th.* Mh ,

Oh. Europe-Japan-anywhere to getaway any of the. purpomw, or to the attainment of cat in the name of Unknown day of July. A.'I). ttofl, to ..labU.1 a-new road
. Unless Bald eertiftcata shall be redeemed acoord-
I !" any one or more of the object hereinbeforeimm \ v which will run *f follows, : ;
deed will issue thereon the 2<>th I
; inatn law tax on
And he went and the days draggedon i ...d, or which shall. any time appear conducive Beginning at the point Of Intersectionhey\, ;,
day of Jury A. D. IUUU.
I each'one opening a little wider the Notion hnreby given that -four (4) week. or expedient for the protection or ben V Itn..... my officla. algrnature and. seal this the tween the South line of Section 23. In Township
after the flmt hi-rool.. tow it: efll of thin corporation either ai holders K. Snt of Range Bait, and the Right :of 'p
eyes of the woman In the small cot- jiutillcatlon orinterested ilrd day of June A. D. IV ClSeaL '
On the 2nd day of Augtiit A. D. 1IKW application Ineny proiwrty or ot her wl.e; with Way the St. Cloud Sugar B.1 R. B., ou th .
taire an towhat really was ( ) E. DON south side of said of .311
all thnpowem DOW or hereafter. Wayand running
will be made to the Hon. Albert W. Gilchrlut. conferred by Rieb
heart. But bravery was ,jm>ivrt: of Carrie Governor of the 'BIai nnnlelwin's nature nnd nobody -- --- - -, -- -- -- of
very Tsllaha.o.eo. Florida, for the ISHuauoe of letters Third. the amount of tI..caJlt"IMtoek of the I Klislmmee trial) the southwest
I ..'. aid Khali be of laid .,'UOD. laid road to feet wiosjtwenty (
guess. corporation ten Ihoiwand ,
patent to Ihe undemiiroed aj corporation upon UHXMM( I) Notice of forTax Deed b for
didn't because doll be : Application feet on each side paid .
"rglle811 Carrie give a rap the following proiMiaed an to Increuod hnr.wft.ertoav, Hinoiint d..rrb

DC, White went to Europe" ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION that may be deHired; said capital stock .to. .be Under Sections 574and- 55 routeWltueu. *

: Mrs. BametksMd to Mm. Croft. "She's Artlclea Incorporation\ "entered Into this J"' \I4: upi.-lawful) currency of the Unituil of the General Statutes of the my hand __fflolo .Cl.-of-eald- .
| Just n8 Htnlllnif and bright ns ever-! !HDCh day of June, A. D. I""' ''. by and betweenC. States of America or Itlt"lulv.l..ot or In laboror : Board and the official seal of said Board. thla'Tth

"Sho'8. getting kind of peaked looking A Canon. K 0 Meek J. W. :.tlller.G. F.Krll.l ..ncrvicnH' the Board of Directors limy direct; : State of Florida. day ot June, A. P. 1909

"" Mrs.i )., 11. c. Stanford. M. H Uullock. W. B.IlarrieM.Kat.c. the mid capital stock to bu divided Into four (.Seal.) ARTHUR E.DONEOAN.
scorns to me, commented Notice In hereby given thai U M. Pfauu ..ndU..o
N. n. Camon J. F O'lierry, hundred (14(0)( ) .ha.... of the par value of "twen Clerk-Circuit Court:

i Croft shrewdly.It Rome Thomas. C. W. Iiann A. B. Iontgtfl ty-five (tJ3)!; ) dollam. each; at leant teu per cent. T. ShigloliupiirihnHern. 77TT X Certifl- '
was overturned lamp that ('.1.. Non. in, 29 mid :11''. dateil olJmy
an the let
1 110 of Notice -Creditors.
per ( .nl.) the
C. W Griffin, 1. M. lAo Jnii. McPhstter. J. WHlnipnon. rapnHT otock of Maid corporation -: .
disaster to Carrie. the A. I). Ki07 have filed sail| certificate In .
I brought Amid shall be (, mylUc.
paid lu
N. C. Bryan I' A. Vain Anew| F. up currency of All persona having claims against th*
frantic and shouts of the inefficient tbe) United .. .. and have made applICAtlon for !tax deed .
struggles .
i lltat.
Van Aguew. E. I. Lelley. L. H. Ingrain. Z. or lu equivalent upon. mmenRementof of C. H, Fountain, deceased, late of the county '
\ ITIlI..fdefire. depirrftncnt her Ita bimlntwa. to laue In accordance with law. 8al oertifl- .
\V. IIHBMWho ot Oaceola' and SWle of Florida will present the
I cottage IU1.d] mushrpojix..!'!l'fd" burned h"rebS88"'" late thumsclvei together. a Fourth the "1m.. of coiiimenoeiuout. of thee ('a..omb..eo. the following described property lame to me*properly within the Urn* ,
clluaU'H in Ox-coin count-. Florida, towlt .Itt
to the ground. body corporate undor the coiiHtitutlon and laws corporation 81m 1 1 tie; the late of the ipaiianre : by law. or .same will be forever- "'
I ('",IIBt.Ii: of .' Hue -Jl I B B :Ill pre.rlb
"" n. Tp 27
I "I-I HAVUN'T TIMK TO UK HAPPY." She took It vory resignedly when It of the State. of Florida, and do adopt the foliowUK of Ita lettun patont by the (/lovnrnor of thState barred, and all peraonitlndebted: to laid eatate,
4lac-re( { .Ortiftcme: ) IIW' of uu'' hoe 21
happened but the next day wanderIng -. Artlclea of Incorporation, to-wlt: of Florida. to it, and to BO continue IIIoptd'atlon -., Tp will make Immediate settlement with the ;nn*,
ended 1 hlN life and for a time crippledher. ; T Kolltll It B'J 40 Hf-rel Certificate HO ue'4 of
Flrxt, the name of the corporation shall be for a term of I ninety-nine]\\ ) yearn.Fifth 5. C. BRYAN.. '
alone round the blackened pile nw'i' Htcj| Tp i7 Mouth R -Ill 40 ..'rp.. The said der.llne.
I the bualiieu of
the Home IJutldmg Company of KlsHimmee.Florida corporation shall ,. Administrator of the Estate or .
HIINIde! never biid liked Carrie Dan. her nerves. pave way. and Hi principal place of bunineMBhnU ; lo uonducted by a president vlce-premdent Intul\, being assessed" at the late of thu ifttmanreof C. H. Fountain '
I She was crying quietly. sitting on tii-h, certificates In the of -
ielHou w<> veil as during theme month* be in the City of Jtinfllmmee.' Countyof secretary, treaxurer, generalmanage r' imuien Unkugwn. "t. 1909.WILLIAMS'.

when It could. treat her:an helpless and tbfr charrod remnants of a box: : when Oiceola and State of Florida witb brauehua attorney and not 1 less than three ((8)) nor Unknown and Unknown. Unless said certlA- ---- ---- ------------------.-.-
nurse and'command her. She was lu I Dr. White found her. lIe had come at "therpl oo. In the HUilo' of Florida and in moro than iovon ((7)) direetoand i any two or rates .ha11 l I be redeemed ,cl'orlIp, i| to law tax

their humlH Bud her neighbors .rioted I straight to her from the train. Ter- the United States and foreign cpuutfips an the more ol mid offlcea may be held by one and the dee t M ill jhBiie thereon on, the -Jii'l day of.Aug- Have KIDNBY PILL '
neglected ?
) Kidneys Have
In the plucd--joy of doing good Ullto' haps he took (courage from her- very director of the Company may hereafter denIgnate. -. Same pot-aon ; said officer" .shall bo elected 'annually nat A. D.IJOI.VItDe. !. yon o"erWke 0' your your nervous system and
\ ..
official and aeal tbla
,the annual my signatUre ('.
election ) and bladderf
forlorn nous and discouragement sodli'erent occurring on the .IIh 0111 kldDey
one who had never seemed to yearn I" Lhe2ud day of July A. U. luow Have you pains and
Sooond the which tills Tuelny of each
for January
self object corporation and 'ro.
from her bright ; every
for tlielr,counsel or advice. They had Have you a flabby tbe
4 ( i .. a\roe
r the
reliance. S in formed to do any or all ot.he/ mattera and ari of the corporation for ,the under the ey
planned-It) aU out In those > first sad ,Clix-u It Court of<) icool! Florida.Notice . rU.D'
County '
flint yeiuvW desire urine
until their a to If so,
things herein let forth, via I If ;aiiuoiwHon hall. be pass WIII.m.
.. .- days after the ae.cl4ent Just what Car; '.')'D]. Rind' It happened! he now said em- To acquire br purchase, exchange, learn,b4re' ''I cloctodr, ,'; \", ij" ? .? i\, \. ,,....-.t...fij a(,aS"r" *',.:....\qi1) ,!t .t4l.. : 1 t,. . 4,. ,;" !,,f. Wile will cure you-at Drllt.t 11'10.6.' Klo.r.11 ..0OnlybyOaeeola
do"after' 1 phntlcallr"Glad because mnyboyou'l1 x: '. "" ', ,
ne ehould! she bad fully re or-otherwiae la'ndR and other property both ,OrrJCB'B8,; _
covered. have time to think of me a little . I of Application for Tax -- -.
real personal and mixed or any Interest therein I '
"Of course she will sell this cottage I bit!" A E. Donegan President and General Ma,,- Deed Under Sections 574 and! THE -

." Mrn.: Bnrncs said during one of "1-I've thought of you a lot," CarrieDanlelsnn To plan erect and coiiMtruct dwelling\ bun.nesi . agor H. :C. Stanford Vloo-- President : 575" of General Statutes of the GRAYSTONE'LAUNDRY

the long night watches. "They'd Just admitted as she dabbed her hou..-. And other buildings and work of S H Dullock Hecrelnry and Trca.ur"r'OF.

got It |puld for too! She ('flfl go bark I eyes nnd made Instinctive passes at every dcHcrlptiou upon bud! l belonging to the KrlbbH, Attorney State-of Florida.:: :

to her folks.. It's too had they moved\ her tumbled hair. It was good to see Contpauy or upon lands of other persons, companies !
Notice la given
I or'corporations.To Plascyoss hereby that W. B. Harruv' pnr
him again.
awny wlieli they did! ohoer of Tax Sal. Certificate No. A60. d.tedlulJ' REAR GRAYSTONE GARAGE
White silt down rebuild, enlarge .alter Improve or re A K. Don.. 0. .
Croft "she'll Dr. delltfcrntely on iniuH !Stanford: 8. II Bul-
Mrs. :
"Yes JiRTOod; :1.1'1\1. *Tax "BaleCertiflcate MO, dated August
< move existing building.! on, to or from anyplace loi'k. John M. lAte Roma
her Thomas.
the blackened box and reached: for
have to. Tom didn't leave hpf anything -- lit. HW.\ baa filed laid certiflcataa In my office
11 hand. "Now we'll talk it ", 'prl"! he or With the highest Indebtednem.... or liability "
hoBldes the cottage.!: She can't To oou vert bodies of land belonging; to this which this corporation (.at..t time and has made application for tax d..f to laIIM thoroubly Equipped for do"
live on air, nnd she's not the go-ahead said. __ company or other companies, person or per- to. shall be the par value of ita capital lu accordance with law. Said certificate.mbrsc0the .

wort who ran do tblnjpi for themselves I oni,lntojpti.pxrarcftuv .msrln..slroytii- allnyn, stock --- following deacrlbed property. altuat, ,.Jng..Anythlngjn4lie.
-- -Th.' Skies--of-Colorador ed In OsceoCdntyFlaridij; '; ; witr - -
rtt'Carrle'Ii nlay5 >een s name and reHldence of the .
)I When Carrie Danielson finally got Our skies In spring are different prove and beautify said lots 'or' parcel\ of 118'1 subscriber and the amount of Stock aubacribed Lou I. a and 8. In block 16.V_t Klwlmmee.. :
from those of the rest of tb world. building bomee aud other building thereon embraced In. Tax Certificate No. WO);
able about as ? by by. each of them
well and was to go are an followa to-wlt; .Lundr.i e
Lota 4. and 0, Block 6. West
I unualt very pale nnd quiet 10' her black We have not here the soft, gray mix- and selling the same' either for oaab. on the. C. A Carson, KitMirn'mee Fla., 4 aharea; In Tax Certificate/ } No. IM.Kbalmmea embraced -

and from the and ture of sky and clouds which seems easy payment plan 00 commission or other.wise K. O. Meek Klulmmee, Fla., ahkren. : I FAMILY WASHING
clothes different gay A
The said\ lands 1>.1.. Mnned at the datee otheiuuaiMepfaucheertineatea .
; also to sell the aaid let singly or ass
the and break. Into J.W. Miller Klanlmmee
1 had always known. to hug treetops Fla 4 stores j : '" "
laughing girt they lathe of
I ,, Hillside was disgruntled and shocked tears a* naturally: all the heroine ol whole whenever to do appears advantageous to the O. F..Krlbba, Kiiiimmee Fla., 4 aliarea; F. H.$t.III.. and W. R- Swarta. reaRyeUvely.Unleea IlarD8I! . SPECIALTY., -

the old time novel. Each season has company II. O. Stanford Ki/wimmee, Fla., 4 shares; '
of all its plans for Mid eertifleatea shall be redeemed
by the upsetting To undertake ana direct management and accord '
In Colorado H. Bullock IClH lmm... Fht.. 4 aharea; Dyeing, Cleaning and Pressingby
itt own peculiar sky sale of property improved and unimproved in to tax deed will laaue theresa OB
any W. B. Han, .
her."No," she told tbe man who wantedto though the summer skies do somehow real personal or mixed buildings\ andlanda U. Katz, Kteslmmee KiMummee., 1'1..4 aha.,.4..stores: ; the 10thdavof Aiuruet. A.D.4909.\ ;r: people experienced }n,this Unel"

buy-her cottage; "I'm going to keepIt overflow and crop up unexpectedly: : In of _Id company or for other comparesor N. B.Caraon, Kiaalmmee Fla. linen bay omoiat lignature and seal this th'18th .
aharea '
day of f>. We have thV
July A. 19U9. alsosecured
the midst of all season Our winter aervieegoiT '
and stay right 'here. n-l Borne to persona.To J, .. O'Berry, Kiaalmmee, Fla., 4 aharea; SeaL
sky Is a steely blue frank and kindly m.nuacSuyebuy, sell deal and trade In. ( ) AUTHOR S. ONEGAlt. a .COMPETENT
me. It is not for sale. ; Roma Thomas, Klaaimmee, Fla:, 4 share; Clerk Circuit Court Oioeola Florida.Notice THOROUOHLy
Mrs. Barnes wept over at once: when :yet warning one .not to presume too any and every kind of wood bl'\Ck.ron.\ steel, 0. W. Dann.BUaalmniee, Fla.. 4 aharea. : County.' TAIL Red: ,will gtiarim e* b work.

the news reached her., "Carrie," she far. When" spring come this metallic cement atone of every kind and.all and everykInd A, .B. Donegan KUalmmee Fla ,4 .h......; five or will
with and character Building material and? (,. W Oriflln Kiaalmmee of for Tax t iaU.faton. n money
I began abruptly, "how are you going luster softens to a lightened Fla., 4aharea; Apphcatian "

I to do IU"ba1 are you going to 'liveonT" purple and just touched jrtith silvery auppllea. J. M. Lea Klualmmee, Fla., 4 sliarea' ; Deed Under Sections and ._._ -C- ''( ,;
To make, enter into form and carry out 574
A! : gray. A little later the summer sky John UcPhattar Klialmmee Fla., 2 stores; Or priee reasonable and we so*
andontracta of kind for a
agreement -
every I. W. -
There was a faint gleam of' the old will be bere- l'deep, rich, vivid, living. constructing altering and Improving. decorating N C. Bimpeon Bryan Klwlmroee,KhMimmee, Fla., FI.,4aha.-. 2 .h.....: ; 575. of the General Statutes 'leit te.patnae of the ppl. of

t humorous smile on Carrie's Up a* she strangely glowing blue, a blue that has maintaining furnishing\ knd fitting np, P. A. Vans Agnew XI lmm"e.I'I..4 shares: of theStateoFlorjcia.C .

surveyed her inquisitor's' grimly disapproving all the warmth and flrexcrlmson. That building of every character with contractor, F Vans Agnew.KiMlmmee., FIe .4 snares; -, .. -

" face.: "I'm'' gong to grow is the mountain blue an
.: mushrooms" she announced, "and lee It ''more than thirty mlleaNfrom the aud J\) persona whomsoever. L. U. Ingram, KiJulmmae Fla., 4 shares: ecu Company purcbaaer- Tax Certificate TAB AND OANOHALAQUA it,

Ship them to New York." foothills. Out on the plaIns the lch To enter Into make, perform. and'carry out Z. W.'Bua, Kiiiimmee Fla.,4 shares; No. 19. dated the. lit day of July" A D. 1907 For th* complete cure ot Coughs Colds. .y

Perhaps. had it been any other commodity blue lighten and Is streaked and"gla- any and all other contract of whatever nature In wltnlwa whereof the said partlee have has filed aid certificate I,. mr011I08, Asthma tending and to eonaumptioa.Bronchitis and all Lnl\aw '

than mushrooms Hillelde would edwith gold. Tbenme8'fall..nd a necessary the need, and purppeea of Ibis hereunto. et their bands and atII"tt<\ theirseals and bee made application for tax deed to Inn wild Cherrr,< have for -ages :'. aa n
comlpaDy,with any peraon.Arm asiioomlion or in accordance with law. Said reputation- a ?
not have seethed with disapproval as gentle purple tone creep Into the deep the day and year flnt above wrfttep certificate embraoea .I.bllbe eonta no'1 oottga
j or
corporation private public. municipal orbody
of mountain' and the N. O. Bryan (Real following described property altnat- drag, can be-'.-IY.t rfwlth bafu
blue golden to
objects safety
Mushroom -to them were -
It did. 'orwitB
the United States .
politic, or any C. ., Canton (Seal) ed In Oeoeoht COUtF"'ldlldo..U" r- _.- Jr.4l,4ltSoldbyDiesel.. Pharmacy
of-snsplcion classed with weeds tint of the plain And then comes State territory or colony thereof or foi- ;
any Cbaa. W. Darni (Seal) NW>i of N W"; Section 18, Tp. 26 south; Range
of winter, with its steel color again. And sign Government.To .
and other obnoxious products N. B. Canon (Seal) 31 east 40 acrei. ...
ture without which the human race every now and then, no matter what manufacture, purchase or' otherwise acquire Roma Thomas (8e&1)) The ...14 I lands being......84 at the date of UPTODATESign

'. I could get along famously. the season, the summer sky suddenly bold, own, mortgage. sell assign or M. Rats: (Seal) the Issuance of inch certificate lu the name

r That there were enough persons In opens above :you perhaps for hours, transfer, Invest aud trade in, and with good., R.O.Msek (Heal) of Padgett* Beach.U .

the world who yearned for mushrooms perhaps for week, a reminder that wares and merchandise and property of everyclaea '.1) .. said certificate nhaJl redeemed .-

to give Carrie a living income seemed this Is, after all, a summer land and kind and description and alto to acquire, cording law, tax deed will issue. thereon onthe and House
trade. good-will right, and aaseta of
property; 2nd day of
Angnat D. 1909.Wltneiamjr .
highly Improbable. but all the protests that the empress of the seasons I II keepIng ,
all ktndaand to undertake the whole or any, offlclal .
with facts figures watch over ber owu.-Rocit7 :Mountain algnature and seal this .,
were met her of the liabilities firm
by ,
part any person association -
luu| ) the 2nd
day of
u. f. ivnoun tMeal) July A. D 190(
and methods for she had studied the l eWII.Thto or corpora Uont and to pay Jor
- XSeal) .
subject thoroughly before deciding In oaab, stock bonds or other securities. either Clerk Circuit Court Daoeela a. Painting
I. W. Miller (Heal) Oonnty._ Florida. :
. go into it. Effect of Rats as Coed. of thia company or otherwise. J. O'Bvriy- (Seal) \ .

I The determination with which she.cttfng The Lahore (India) Tribune quote aChlnamaD' To purchase leaae, exchange; hire(>> or otherwise L. H.fjram (Seal ,

to her project was another matter explanation Of the use ol acquire,any and all rights, privileges,permit ,i. Mel'& .00ev (Seal)) Tax Assessment Noti e. I"

r' for surprise. No one had dreamed rata for food purpose a* follow: *, or' franchises suitable and convenient for Z W. Daaa (Seal) Notice U hereby given that the Board
any of the purpoot the business or >u ineasee of Paper Hanging d
I she had such persistence In her. And "What a carrot 1* to a horse coata of thla company. U. C. Stanford (Seal) County Conunlaaionen! of Osceola County will Plastlcoing..; 'I

,." the_ mushroom abed were built and rat Is to the human hair. Neither To borrow money.opon any or all of the B. H. Bullock (Seal) meet at the Court House lathe office of the

the beds made and Carrie started In fact can toe explained: : but every horseman .. property/ aeeurltiea of this_paDY.- Arthur ...Don.... (Seal) Clerk of Uie Circuit Courtat 10 a. es. July 19th.

business. '__ know that a regimen of carrot To make and Issue. Promiesorynotes! -, bill. of P. A. Tana Agnew (Seal) 190). for the purpose hearing complainte f'

I The first check Carrie received from will make hi* stud smooth and lutrou *- exchange, bonda.oontracta. indenture and evIdenee p.!' T.... Agnew (Seal) receiving testimony aa to the value Of I any Satisfaction

th :big New Tork hotel she cried over a* velvet and the Chinese .especially of tedebtedveeaof all kinds whether wonred State Oioaola of'Onucly Florida\ ,*j jr I- property bed and aase-ed by&b. County; 0 Gurante '
Assaisor at Tales. ,
I f
L4.befors half the women of the town bad .thewpmen know ,that.rats ) by mortgage*, trust deed ou..twjea.| Before fetai. tfce undenlgned authorltyT personally Witness. Iaaooot.. '

ga ed upon-It with their'own'eye* and used a* food stop the falling ont'.ol ],Toearryonany; other bnxtneaa which may appeared, C. Bryaa. O. A. ..rson.Cbs. Board and the' official: Kz-malo seal Clerk of .jsaid "-

k4 had seen ""money: really wa forthcoming hair and naka the lock oft silky and Mm to the company capable of being conveniently .' .. W, Da .B.-Oaraon; Ron* Thomas, tod day of July A. D. l.o....pi saId Board Skis GEO. ATiitiB: rii

tot the queer creamy: white fungi beantUuL. I..have. Men It tried. many' carried on la connection with the abov. I M,..Kate, h. O,.*e ekJ. W 8tn1.......... W_B. SeaL) ..ARTHUR'I.DONltOAJl': '

that bad been so carefully pecked ,ln, 'tines." i- laos.r.IaboforacaP.ciacnY mentioned,I i Harris, O. W. OrlflLe,' Job"M. Lee, 6.. r. Clark Circuit Court.of Oaoeola Ootuty. Florida:' CONTRACTOR.1 .

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t.: .We hove: about all anyone could want in, Kitchen Furnishtnjs '.Inf' AOENOY: : 'F 01 We wish specially? to call attention to-our complete"lihe Q.fJ ,.

'T the. way of Rots' Pans. Klitt es Dishes Crockery. Glassware, Wooden-. "SEWING MACHINES
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,. machines taken. in exchange. ,

,'."\:' tamps. ,- Window Shades, &c., &c., &. 0, TYPEWRITERS .- : .,

1': The Li. C. Snjlth & Dro.' laie&t. .

!a We alse carry a full.: line "of private and"business Stationery, PIANOS AND ORGANS . I T viattlJ1gs ; ,

Those manufactured. by W. W. Kimball jlc Co. .. : -- ;.i. :. .!"

k' n: We have Guitars. Violins and sundry fittings for all 'kinds of GRAPIIOPHONES Show Them' To You. -

'i: 'f musical instruments. Columbia Disc or Cylinder also l Record. '._ ALL

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j PREACHERS INSTITUTE and was greatly! enjoyed by all the At 11 o'clock Rev E. A. Harrison of CONDENSED STATEMENT mar-the thermometer seldom going above 82 orlower .,,**
1 lovers English verse.. Riverside, Jacksonville, began a chart CONDENSED than 46. :t fIt
'"TheCharacte'rof Elijah" by Rev: lecture on the change of the seventh or TBS i Sm In the center of the flnet hunttncaectlonof 1

j ';i *,,1 Much Good Has Been Accomplished A. M. Mann; showed careful preparation day of the week to the first, which State Bank of KissimmeeAT few Florida mile*,of ram Ita corporate of all kind llmt being found within a )', ,

.1 Through the Meeting. and was spoken of as a fine resume lecture was completed in the {afternoon. THS Facts and Figures Regarding This It U bh*head of navigation of a chain of lake:

of that great prophet's great life. This was of the nature of _/m exposition l- Close Of Business June 23 1909. and river reaching to the Gulf. Thi water ,

According to the program published The lecture Tuesday night by Dr. W. of Josh. 10, 12-14; 2 Kings 20, 8-11, Oty and County. route la three hundred mile in throughout.length and ,
abounds with beautiful scenery II,
I K. Piner was of the nature a' word Col. 2, 16. Here the writer would like
tl; in the Valley Gazette of last week the RESOURCES There has been such a large numberof.lettersreelved TourUta! who have traveled the entire continentpronounc '. t

1 ::1 .South Florida Preachers' Institute was study of which fine art Dr.. Piner is a to tell just the substance of what Dr.Harrison1 Louu ,* master. demonstrated,but space "for Drafts*'- -;; --6,WO.43Co.
t called to order in the Kissimmee Meth- for Information regarding this city
\1 Wednesday morning, after the usual bids. Suffice to say that this. was one ..*V municipal bond A premium 7.800.00 I / The following are the prevailing
t' ;' oclist church on Tuesday morning at 8:30 biblstudY', Dr. Carpenter presentedthe of the very best features of the proI Banking houM furnltur.* flxtu.Mt. 7.01R.R1 and county that the following is pub- prices In this city and county: '
I Claims unln.t A. C. L. R. R. Co. 402.03 lsbed in lieu of an answer !to,;teach individual
,1. o' lock by the...president, Rev. I. C. subject "Tne Preacher and His gramme, and war ample compensationto Cash:: lUnu du. from b ,nk........ ,.. '. 8O.771.6.( Inquirer and. as a source of DRY GOODS ..f!.
{; t < Jenkins of Sutherland. ;, Preparation" In his 'usual clear and all who-came to"the In6tN.ute." - 120-411.08-- t lcnowle: lii> !to those contemplating coming Ctltoo print Sto 7o .. ,
: t } The opening number for each morning :' forceful manner, emphasizing that of Bro. Jenkins again delighted us by LIABILITIES to this community: 4 quarter muslin . 7 7 12.10 8c \.
4 bleached ,
quartmuin. f
.', has been a bible reading conducted ,|, all men in the world preachers neededto giving extended excerpts, with Inter. Capital Stock I50.00U.UO Qingham. apron, check 6 lie ''I

: t Jby the Rev. Olin Boggess of Plant City. be prepared men. It is to be'hoped pretations1 from one of Tennyson's Paid Individual In lurplui deposits* undivided.profit.. to'lC06.21rlm 19.OR9.7l\ KISSIMMEE Gingham Dree 7 ... 12li :

""+ :-These biWe-readings have been up- that laymen will take notice.'and' see to greatest poems, "In Memoriam," =|'- 4po*>IU>.... 4.177,80 I It ha mON than 8.0OQ! population. . White lawn h .'. 1'\. -- --'
1 .to this writing, expository in character ': it that their preachers are prepared by Dr. E. K. Denton gave a very strong fl.Tln deposit 6.060.8JCertlftod I It fa the leading market for cattle. Figured lawn p 76 6 "attce 2 ";:
: Ira
property la cheap and taxaa are low IOque.wr.htlna-
, and have dealt primarily and principally i| making it possible for them to buy address in a very happy vein on the Cashier'.ch.cki .. . 107.68 It la almoct totally free from _ul_. Denim 10 1 l...cGKOLER1ES '
\ with All who have had books and otherwise attend cultural character of chscks outstanding. '. -9 i I It ha I 7" lie '
; I prayer. St. Paul. This was greatly Bill __bl. a god live working Board of Trade Khirtlng homespun 1
1 the privilege of attending these bible I It meetings.! enjoyed by all. :BediTCOUnU 6.000.00 ,, Ita people are hoapltabl. kind and ffenerou. FRESH'MEATS .

a '. ;4, readings have been greatly pleased I,! The "Mode of Baptism" by Rev. J. 'At night Dr. Piner preached a thrill- Collection on hand VV . 48.4 I It It ha ha a electric fine tourlat lights hotel and a and telephone three commercial arfltem. Beef pork and mutton pur lb.. tI to 160l r
II I Ihotele. I
a" with them, pronouncing them one of I i R. Cason was masterful, and took ing sermon on the Witness of the ''08... .0'I LIVE STOCK ..'' ,
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if the best features of the Institute. i j ground so strong and arrayed evidence Spirit. -- It la the vreateat fraahwater flah market In the Farm ho...... .. . (126 to ,'.00;) -'J I
U .' We will take up briefly the other uum- 80 overwhelming in favor of the long- OFFICERS: country. Farm mulaa 1'Ai I I" 200 .
'' .The officers for the ensuing year are C. A. CAHSON, Pre. JNo..M. VlcPrn Ita toil' will produce any variety fruit, flower
f i bers in the order in which ui..yoccurred. time and present practice of the Meth- LIE
as follows. Pres. I. C. Jenkins vice or vegetable.
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1;;,' i "The Preacher as a Man of God," by :| odlst church us to place this question "Bell CARBON. C.ahler.Per.onally I It his five churche. of different denomination Flour per bbl? .. J..oo t.17..'>0
1 F. S. Ta ,
pres.'J. ; secretary U. Meal, .'r.wt % ".60'
't.1 1 c Rev. W. J. Carpenter, was presentedin henceforth practically beyond the pales I ,, -all fine buldlmra.I | Grit. "". ." .. -
bor. There is an executive committee w.b0:
forceful language, and showed that i of discussion. And I might fight here appeared before me. Notary Pu bllo. I I It la absolutely free from the tale of whlakey :
j Corn,, bu
of five consisting of the president and N. li. Careen Caxhier. who being: >f orn < or-any other intoxfcanta. per 1.00
; whatever else a preacher was not he .1Ojtv.the same thing with reference to Dr.I 1"1 Oct... "' .76
Ii t secretary, with the addition of W. J. rye the'aboveatatement latru. to It ha the finest school ayatem of any town of
coUld not afford to be less than a jnan Cnson's treatment of the subject of of his knowledge and belief. I It*sire In the United State. Hay. lUll' Ibe.. i i.GO -
Carpenter, J. F. Bell and Olin Bog- :
rl' Of God. I' "Infant Baptism" on Thursday.Rev. (Sea) ROMA THOMAS. It la free from crime, there not being on an V\hite. potatoe" per*' bu8w 1,25
'et .liU
I gess.
( An excellent paper on the doctrine or'' Jenkins resumed the study of My'comml..lon NOTARY I'UBLIC. average of one arrest a month. RI.... per Ib.. I b to HO
i Feb.
Local attendance on the Institute has explrva 26 1911. It doea more expreaa buaineaa than any other
:"I,' I i ." 'apostasy was prepared by Rev. F. Fix-I Wordsworth's poem read by him the : Ave town Jta the State.It Sugar per lb.. been much interfered with On ac-
ton of Ft,Myere and read by Rev. J. I It' previous day making a very strong and ha a Masonic a Kninhta of Pythiaa and a Ham. per Ib., 160'
\ 1 count of rain, but those who have been For Safe at a bargain.One Shoulders, per Ib.. Ho :
'1'. Mitchell. Bro. Pixton's article I Ir beautiful application of it. Woodmen of the World organlmation. <
r j !Mutter, Ib.. L' .
I I able to attend have been not only well 7-room residence, Patrick's. It han three line of railway and I*on the mainline per >>o
t ''r seemed to establish beyond a doubt Rev. I. S. Patterson sent a strong pa- Ex.doz.. .. 15 to JlcM
benefited. of the Atlantic Const Line .
j entertained but also greatly railway.It .
t.1 : the teach the the character of Peter which in dition. Culfec. per Ib 8-'.
, that scriptures f> per on I I. on the banka of Lake Tohu4>ekalilra. one .
6 ', ity of apostasy. But the fact OSSibil'j' his absence, was read by Rev. H. )llice. The entertainment: of the visitors\ by fine 7-room residence Bass Addition. of the moat beautiful lake on this continent.It Tea per lb.. 411 TVs :;:

; phasized by the Institute---that At night Rev. S. W. Lawl r, presid- the citizens of Kissimmee has simply U the healthleat" town In the United Statea LUMBER ,
a I the Methodist Church believes in the ing elder preached a strong and thoughtful !been royal. I am sure all will go away One ft-room residence, Maihews': Ad | the annual death rate being", lea than I to the I Per llXK(>Teet $l'tot20PILES ;:

r I of it does God the of with pleasant recollections of their vis- diuon. j 1000. -- - .
possibility not on
apostasy yet I sermon as object our It. atreet are Bhaded with maaalve. oaks and
r believe in apostatizing, and it is constantly supreme love, i it to Kissimmee.; One bearing;\ orange grove about 275- Ita ouevarda! and lawn are covered. with Bermuda I PILES I PILES I .

t;' warning men against doing so. I II On Thursday. an elaborate paper on ONE OF THE VISITORS.Old trees. < "....... lilliid.HlUinti'l lr..Mlinit Infliati'" ami Pile IlIIInK, lUiiuntMit, file It" "I lj.rb i ure "
t "Intimations of "Immortality" by the "Rej in of the Jews prior to These can be had cheap on reason It la ip the center of the orange producing the tumor, all,)*). lu-tilnpr. Ht ,,rare( art H. *
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e tbe county seat df Osceola county, is situated; on the north bank of Lake : possibly, the largest membership in the State when the population of the town ; sis I 'l 1

i ,1, t I Tohopekaliga! Is on the mainline: of the Atlantic Coast Line Railway ;5 considered. These two orders Jointly own a magnificent three-ftor brickbuilding -f i

4 1 aDd U the terminus of the Florida Midland Railway and the Sugar Belt S In which they hold their meeting The Woodmen the World also A "

., Railway, Is 165 miles southward from, Jacksonville. and 75 miles northeast : have an organization, as have the carpenter a'Union. ..: ti tiIt

t ',' r : from'Tampa. It. is on what is called the backbone of the State being 6Vfeet would be hard to find a town freer from vice or crime than 1 Is Klsslm- ,-"

} above s a,\level. It ts. connected by water with the Gulf of Mexico by a chain mee. There are fewer arrests' made here than almost anywhere la the whole i':

.9 0 01 lakes and canals, and three nrst-class steamers make weekly trips. between ; country, not; averaging one a month and the county court seldom holds session ',t. 1

rtr r tbls port and points. as far dojenas Lake Okeechobee. It has s> population S longer than three days at. any term Both the town and county U'abio- !

I of about 2,000 and 4s growing at a very rapid rate. Its streets and avenues lutel;' free from the sale. of intoxicating liquor of any kind, and the citizens ', ii :;,i

l '6 a are lined with massive live oaks and covered with Bermuda grass, and S generally do all in their power to uphold the law. i t ?,

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

r "I y m i. planted la its center twenty feet apart, making a sight beautiful for tee, tot iI the thermometer-seldom going above 92 in the summer or lower than 45 la the i : ,

I i V ; gaze upon. Tbe private yards aud lawns are noted for ...eauty. 5 wlnt-er, and tbe'Blghts are always cool to such an tent that. one is not com 'f

4 ; : The school advantages of Kissimmee are dot surpassed bv any town its : fortable unless sleeping-under cover The humidity in the atmosphere prevents -

4r ,, S size In the United States lit has a High School building that cost 125,000, 5 it being too oppressive for a person to work in during the hottest !,-

which I Is thoroughly equipped with all modern appliances for the Instruction : part of the day. It is the equal of the mountain or northern seaside resorts a .4'

i ; 1i ; of pupils, and its' principal and tetkobers rank\ with the best. Pupils graduating ir i as a summer residence, and many who have spent summers lor Klisim--

1, __ a from the High School are admitted to any college so thorough is their : men declare it to be the! coolest. and most delightful place they hare ever> vis

1 : training. Its curriculum consists of every study necessary to equip a student : Ited. It is almost. totally free from mosquitoes and gnats. ,<:-

V p" I i II. for successfully engaging (In any walk-In life except the arts and sciences and ;; Without doubt: It is the healthiest town In the United annual Sy-V' .;

" ; the higher.profession The b.ulldlnllh owned by thacounty and is known asa 5 death rate being less than three to 1,000inhabitants.., Fevers are unknown ,A, ,

__ ,' the Osceoli High Sobool, although every neighborhood; in the county. where ; and malaria of any kind has never been known to be contracted In Klsslm- e_ '- J
k i there are a sufficient. number of children bas a publlo school.with a full corps $ mee, but many persons come to the town to get the dread disease out of their

t I : of competent teachers. system.i, The water supply is furnished by a system of artesian well v, and ? i t'cbemt'st.

iI KUstmmee Is well supplied with churches, there being a Methodist, Baptist who have examined it. state that. there is none purer to be found anywhere -

= Presbyterian, Christian and Episcopal denomination. They all have Hundreds of persons annually oome1 to Kissimmee search of health =

tor S fine buildings and are largely attended. ; and in every instance have been materially lastingly benefitted, until ithas =. .

e""' e I. The Masons and Knights of Pythias are very flourishing orders and.hare ert"t gained the reputatlan of curing almost any disease man Is heir to. ."

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