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 16, 1909
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00394
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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/" Fraternity Hall ,With ,a Banquet Klsslmmee Valley .Ga.zeu.e- Klssimmee, Fla. ''i'o. ..WillRepresent v Board of. Trade- I .................,............._..__..........._._..___ t '
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to Mem m. nd Friends.Klislmmee .- Desr-Mrr Editor- -am er-nlanl obllffatlonBTof' tblf; kind Before Army' Engineers.' 1 I -- ,,

M ness'in several ample copies of .. ,- .
having sent me r y.our paper. I

1 ::2'' I In the past ha been the' Ever1 since I have interested -myself In Tour aountrr, and 'on'the. It was a grand 'meeting the Board of ) Plow '/

'. scene of many notable and brilliant strength of your plain! clear and' unbiased d description 'of the Trade held on Monday night) last: the 10', .

1 function, and a* time rolls on there i vantages'to new settler I hare subscribed for.Mot and five-' hall being filled, .with members and i ) ,
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' much good will result to this section
.1'! will be occasions on which great numbers acre plotjof J pd with the -St. Cloud Colony! for.the benefit'of !a .
from the measures>adopted. The be-- '
do honor to- sometiubllo
ii.' .!!: will'en gather rprlse to or pay homage to . daughter: of mind, and a* soon as I bear from my'soo.oo, Is'at lief generally prevailed that the attendance I I ,.

,A 'some notable and distinguished man, I present located at Silvertoo, Colorado, I; may take another claim, would fall off during .the I .

.. .' but none have been or will be more en- ,Please let me know the railroad fare prom St. Cloud to St.Louis summer! month, but the opposite the 600 Acres of Muck Land-Same.

! loved or will have more of. the feeling to can".for with each succeeding *ecldnthe '
Mo. I dont expect- be at the drawiqgr'of the \lots, but ,. las
attendance increases and it will .
Hof fraternity hospitality ,
' friendship, !
;, .,r." -, anil love Injected into it than war the some one of my family will make the trip net October or No be only short time until It will\ be necessary St. Cloud-Cut Up Into .

. i 'b / quet given jointly by the Masons veinber to take: a view of the country and decide whether we will to procure the opera house for '

" ..' aid Pythian on Friday night last'In locate there or simply hold the property for' investment. We meeting purposes. The following bus- < *" *

:. -t efr lodge room, formally dedicating will take the pleasure] in calling on you and theliberty of Lness was transacted Five Acre Tracts.Justeastofllisstnuneecitylim'Itson
r 'Fraternity HaU.x !. Vice-President Stan fond called the .
,' / The invitations Issued requested the consulting with you in-regard' to public 'matters, meeting to order President Wlllson .. ', -
,-'- : / 're.enC8'- guests: "' t 8 0 doe ,-bnd -- ----H pID eyelopmeDts come-np--expectations of all Ielntr'abnBt'D a tl'tJ"'tO) New York. : ------- "

i I / ,within thirty minute after that hour concerned, I remain with kind regards The minutes 'of the prlyious meeInl'were ::( i

....._ - / fully two. hundred and- of Yours ruT1 .' read and approved without '-0 .
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j .' the foremost ladle and gentlemen ofKissimmee correction, Abe secretary stating that '
.. ' were in the) spacious lodge B. J, OEMPP.: the order of the Board at its" last ,

room on the third floor. session bad been carried into effect.A '
, ', The hall was beautifully and ta.L I communication from the New 'Orleans '

: : fully decorated with palms and flags { Progressive Union, requestingthe .

the table., of which there were twenty: :( Board to send delegate to the an- clay road. This land was selected'
being arranged in such manner and Entertainment CommitteeMeets Dual convention of the Southern:: Com

-- dressed with such exquisite last.. that mercid'Secretaries to be held' in Atlanta t '
live entire room was a scene of. beauty ; .July 7 and 8,-was read"by by Capt. -now''State'Chemist, ,

never before witnessed by our people. 'IJedeCs' ; the 'secrotury and, after some discussion '
1"f"" The Klssimmee Orchestra, under the II and Arrangements for the Holding of,. was fifed for Information. when he was in .charge of the Dlss- -
leadership of Mr. J. W. PreD I. and Mr. C. A. Canon, for the special
composed of Mrs a. H. Bullock, violin the Big Barbecue and Fish Fry.' l committee appointed to draft resolutions ton drainage ,operatlolis.'! It lies at

" 1 ; Mr. E. A Niemejer, violin; Mr. uoon the death of the late D. C ,

C' Iloy Wiley, vjffttn Mrs. J. W. Pren- T hold Lee. submitted a report, which was I the north end of and drains '
" tie, piano, and Miss Ruby Ellis cornel On Monday afternoon the generalcommittee barbecue on the 4th of August ,' adopted by a rising vote. (The resolutions into.
, : furnished the music, and received on entertainment met at the I and unless information to the will be found In another column -' 1 f fA

' the highest( praise on every band for office of the Valley Gazette and completed contrary Is published In these column I'' la this issue. ) I Toliopekaliga. This fine body'
('I', their exceptional playing, which feat. the celebration will take place on that"date. Messrs:: C. Boot and-D. Rotuudowere

are added greatly toward making the arrangements for holding the I, elected 'to active. membership. In of trucking. .Iniid. will. bo on the market . w
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J- occasion such a grand success.Dr. "- big barbecue and fish fry complimentary The sub-committeeon I finance the Board. '

J. W. Simpson than whom to the colonists who will settle In ed that the sum of pulp had report.-I 'Mr. C. Carson, chairman the 'just as 'soon as the ,
\ there is-no more versatile or compe- this county Curing; the next sixty days lected, which Is sufficient to insure the committee on transportation submiteonslderablecorrespondence surveyors
I tent manager of gatherings In the I The committee decided that the best payment of all expenses I Incident to the I{.'ted relating tl

c state, acted in the capacity of master I I and safest way In which to conduct the 'successful holding of a grand celebra- I 1 to the action of the board of army can complete the platting. .

r .. of ceremonies, and at haf-past nine celebration and to Insure against incurring tion. I'engineers in regard to surveying the ,1J
:: announced that the waiters, who were any, debts beyond the amountof The committee In charge of the barbecue j I water route looking to the installing I .

j, members the orders, had everything funds available for expenses, was reported everything In the'r.1' ; I, of locks and dams in our canals and ,\ .NNNN'v' <
in readiness, and invited all to take to designate a purchasing agent for line had been attended to and that a I river most. of which was of a tenor ,
1 . seats and do justice to their appetite. all supplies, and Mr. E. A. Memeyer sufficient number of cooks and carvers i that the action already taken by the 7y
'to- A ud what a spread It was"'-the kind was chosen to perform that duty. It bad been appointed: to 'meet all demands engineering'board would stand but
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. that onlv good fellows like Masons was further agreed Absit no member of that Mr A. W. W'.nn! hadkindly Mr. Carson read a statement which he I
and Pylhlans know how to prepare. the committee should contract any agreed to noaate all the Ice'j had tiled with said board, and con- J.'M..WILLSOrSJJJR.
During the progress'of" the banquet debt or the treasurer pay out any that would be needed on that day, and !, eluded his report by moving that Mr. ,

there were short and witty speeches money except upon an order signed by thai-enough. meat, fish and bread had Lee be requested to appear before the '

:::- !I.. 0 made .by MessM., MJUlversrR., Mr .Mt'.lHew yer.. : been ooutracted4ortoteed aJL-who at. I army -.boa.r4In. Washington City .JJQ REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE', .,,......., .:!,. )
Evans. G- F Krlbbs, Jrni Carson G. Owing to the fact that notice bv pub tended. the 21s or 28th of this month which ----- -- '1.

t F Parker L. A. Minx, K. D. Collier, lication had been given the National Judge G. F. Parker, who has been motion was amended by adding Mr.

1. Uunyan Stephens and Mrs. Clay Johnson Tribune that the allotment would designated by the committee as mar C. A Carson and Mr P. A. Vans 4.,
1 but the. event of the evening was probably take place the latter part of shal of the day, and who will be'' Agnew to the committee, and in which <'-
when Messrs. :M. Katz and C. W this month, and If such were to occur charged wltb successfully carrying out shape .t passed unanimously.Mr. .
Grillln escorted Mr A. E. Donegan to that. there would not be suttlcleut time the program was present at the meet S. J. Trlplett, for the committee -
:- the rostrum! at the head of the hall, la wh ; \.>erl v adveoise and ing and gave'much good advice regarding on entertainment, stated -that the
:, "where lion. W. J. Sears on behalf of make se4uessful the event, it.was decided the running of excursions and committee nad completed arrangements -
the two lodges, p-esented him with a I' in the event such was a fact to advertising the celebration. for holding the barbecue as tar All Sold !I1-1
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gold watch In recognition of his untiring as wai possible until. the definite date .Nearly ;
efforts as chairman of the build. was learned on which the allotment

y Inac committee that successfully! carried JUDGE'PARKERt.RETURNS"from : PROPER ARRANGEMENTS of tract A'as to take place but that _
Into effect the project ---
; 'be-en the aim of the. members -to have committee bv Seminole Land, andILvestment'etr" .Ii
a home of their'own. a Trip to Denver and Other. Should Be Made to Care*.-for Those, ... to such date as ', '
In the.capacity of chairman of theI' .would permit of|II,!ft successful celebra Only a few more of these. desirable tracts,remain Sf

". joint bulldlngupotnmlllee Mr.. Done- ., Western, Gties. Who Attend_ the Allotment. tion; that the barbecue would be helcl '
the fidelity and J' the4th unsold and they will be closed out in a time. * j
lean displayed' same Judge'O. F. Parker, who went 'to.- Our hotels and boarding houses are on tla.yt\ August. ,. short ,
; seal that has marked himUiall his Bv motion the'secretary was Instructed s

1 transactions both private and. public.liber,.: presbytery Denver as ,of.a the delegate Cumberland to 'the fresbytter general crowded present almost The to honor their of full our capacity'at town requires to.Invite, on.ithe part of. the My\ next offer will 'be ,just', as'good. .land, but.a, ',;
: Without him and hi* mot than Board, the officers of the. Atlantic
I an church, returned on Friday last, ,. that those attending the allotment .
al subscription to the building fund '' Coast Line Railway and the Southern little farther out. 11
and speaks| very entertainingly\ of histrip.to of the St. Cloud lands should be' -
there wou d. have been no fraternity Express Co. to be present and take partin
the wear.ern metropolis other provided with sleeping accommodations
'. Hall, burwftCTr-tie staled to the two the barbecue. ulaces ollntere.t. at reasonable rates.
1 lodges, Doth of which ne is a member, Judge/ G. "F." Parker made a very interesting 'I.
his Colorado Those of
During stay Springs our citizens who have
rooms ,
the size and character of the amountof the Judge made the ascent of Pike'sPeak to rent will please be ready when the talk regarding his I'Ito.. 8 7 6 6' 4 3 2 t
stock he would take in the enterprise the Went, staling that he met.In every 'f
although It took him a full day date is announced, to report to the i
the entire tilled I be visited who desirous
membership was city many were 3ry
to accomplish It. the-train on which he proper committee the umber of rooms,
with and newfound spirit ufUirifl of learnl about Klsgiinmee
a something ctrtl
energy went up being the first that has reached beds and cots and rate to be charged I ( ; !
., and when ho consented to act as and quite a number expresed 341ry '
the summit this season. He a with or without board also whether / "
says ; i
:: chairman of the committee, they themselves well with ,
r- joint I as so pleased .'
terrific snow storm was raging when they have house or rooms to rent for ,
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all knew that the plan would be carried what they had read of this section that -
I they left the car at the top, and the housekeeping, furnished or unfurnlsh- 7 '
to I a successful conclusion for they would visit our town this winter.
wind was blowing seventy miles an ed, as some will want a place to live '
there are no failures charged to the By motion the .secretary was instructed P;
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hour but that did not deter him from until they. can build. It will likewise .. .
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a-- a.ccuunt.of. Arthur lonegan.) For to-.toinditel l tothe - ----+ taking in the magnificent and awe-In- be necessary tomabe !
those reasonsand 'tor his general arraOlZement"'j calling his \ the .
mayor attention to
y spiring sights to be seen nearly seventeen for putting Cots in build I Ithis
manhood of the loftiest condition of the and .
# wblch Is sanitary town, ,
thousand feet above the level anda time of year', such as the packing 1
'< \.tandard. the lodges presented him a mile beyond the clouds. Asa memento houses, rooms used tore. school purposes -'j requesting him to take the matter up" .
gold watch.It 'I with the city marshal looking to a
of the trip, the judge cut a walkIng last winter and other buildings !j
was midnight when the festivities stick{ better enforcement ot the Intent of. ordinances 'v 10
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at the extreme end of the timber temporarilyvacan' i iTo 9 10 15 ,
t came to an line l lI
on the Peak, which was about avoid haste and confusion at the
;; all time will\ lie deep In the pleasant last Both Messrs.- Stanford and Meek:
ten feet all
thonsaiyl day let ber
up. prepared to place
thoughts of those who: attended, not lie visited cities while record with made excellent addresses along: the '
on the committee their
only because they had the pleasure of and saystnat' many found line of "cease knocking and go to I -0.
at everyplacu he ability to help accommodate thosecoming
f' enjoying a delicious feast and listening numbers boosting all did several other member :
Of
people making Inquiries to make their future borne la :
: to sweet music snd witty speeches, reVardinffs Kisshnmeef so well has. it in regard to till further advertising .
but because the occaMon was one that this beautiful and favored spot. 24 23' 22 2-1 20 19' ::18 :
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been advertised throughout the country -. ___ : __ __ --- -- _..,.,...._ r- -
fraternal tMWILLy1INiSIi -On motion-of-Mr.-Wr-Jr -Searsthe
.., -displayedHhe splrlnkat pervades and tn any with whom he talked declared ;
all the pepple of our town a their intention of here TIiJOBMr executive committee was instructed to '" I
coming
... feeling that each 1 s a part of the othif' next winter.. .... take up the mat *- of interesting localOr .. .
:- er's thoughts, and that here every manconsiders outside capital In the ''constructionof
The tells this of
r' himself his brother's keeper. Judge be met: """ hale story riding a in gentleman the T. W., Ellis is Awarded Contract a, new hotel, and Mr. C. A. Carson .. ,
':' While the Mason and Pythian of made an additional. motion thai ine \ ,
II't thfs town follow their teachings and sleeper on my WAY and home asked a gentleman to Complete School Building.Our same committee be instructed to liKer
came up to me 'Are
Pe love and another they also you View Mr. Harry W. Thurman in regard
protect one ; '
from Klsilmmee? and when I told him citizens will be
pleased to learn
\' love, care for and guard the )lives, I had called that most beautiful and that work the to enlarging the Graystone ar
"J' ; on new High School
r: the honor and the property of very he believed the business that would '. .
favored home for
spot been
which has
many years building, delayed several .
Klssimmee this winter that
, Inhabitant. They represent the 'best come to in
and that-1 was going, there as fast a* months the
by contractors throw-
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; v blood of community, and do honor line would justify the expenditure.And .
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could he
train
express carry me, leg up the job, has again started and
then of the successful
to the orders of which they are mem.bers. one most
graspeu hand and said, 'I am glad, that' ' ''
my the will be
building '
completed by )
held adjourned 28 29 12'
meetings ever of the Board 23 26 27 3Q 3b '
r. sir, to meet you and I am going, to, August 15th 't
The committee that had charge of until June the 28th.
1 that place fob. thing If far
one nothing/ The building cotAtnlttee asked forbids M
the arrangements for the banquet-and. else,and-thfll I III toshakethe hand-of from ...our locaL contractors to

(. I so successfully attended to the detail.was the man who edit. that paper the Valley complete the work which bids were Teachers Appointed. NOT.-Aaood'hard..l'UD8oaaiICOOl .ldw.f tbUprotwrtr.: .'4', ' .t, '
of E.
Messrs. A.
composed Dpne-
Gazette for It 1 Is .
?' 'ilili'CLBandy: ; and W.J.. Sears on"part the be.taDd8o.tT opened Ut Saturday apd were-as follows At the last meeting) of the County 'flVe-
: The above diagram represents .tlilrtyutwo'
enterprising
k", of the Knights of Pythias, and newspaper : !T. W. Ellis, 3,126; N. F. Bass, School Board the following teacherswere

; Messrs. J. W. Simpson Roma Thomas -State ?j ,Mr.",,471' Ellis>; J.having W. Thompson put In the, ]lowest 3,821.85.bid appointed for the ensuing year. acre tracts; the land is high and dry ,'and well, timbered
.and J. M. Hansell on part of the Masons Osceola High School-Prof R. M.
I the contract war awarded to him, andhe Evans, principal; Miss Sarah D. Grlf- it is located one mile fromJttunnymode Hotel
which
committee,\: contracted with year. The first door Is used as'an opera ;
'I Mr. Overstreet the began work cleaning UP the debris bn, Assistant principal; Miss 1 \ Jessie ,
Leroy to furnish and
house a more complete and
I and gelling things In readiness for the two miles from the lands of the Old
Soldiers'Colony
eatables, although members of the uo-to-date amusement hall is not to be i Brown, 8th grade; Miss Emma Futch, '

lodges did,'the serving. This committee -' found in Florida; the second Is composed ,I j carpenters The contract lat call Tuesday.for the completion! 6th 7th grade grade; ;Mlsa Miss Albinia Flrsle Smith Overstreet 6th, and is of that character of soil best adapted to the '
; desire to express Its thanks to ineKlssimmee of offices aDd the City Council I
r' Orchestra for their kindness chamber, while on the' third floor is of the building by August 15th and grade; Mrs. A. A., Simpson 4th,arrad ; cultivation of frults and vegetables.2 (There is ea-' .
established
the record by Mr. Ellis in '
Mis M. C. 3rd trade Miss _
in the Bryan. ;
playing at barjquet, Kl well the lodge.room and ante-chamber.. !
"'c ... to all those who"in anywise" assistediirthenrrangements There are, few cities wbereln theLMayion. the erection of our new Fraternal Hall Florrfe Bryan, 2nd grade) Miss Emma 'cellent. boating and flshlngbeingUocatedJn: .anet-- .. '
......... is sufficient,guarantee-that, be-will be --
- YoweU 1st def"M"M.aD11e, Wood'
; : and Pythians can boanof a* fine ready to turn over the .key at that gr work of beautiful lakes. Tho'climate' is.the fincst'ln'' .
Both the Masons and. Knights of a home a* have those In this city, or all, assistant 1st grade. .
time.
Pythla lodge. have for years been'de- one in which the teachings of the two ,_ Basalnger. School-J. P. Hawthorne, the United States both winter and: rillner..:and the
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yfslpgwayt and setting aside SUITS for order are more strictly_adhered to. The examination teachers held principal; Miss Ems Lawson, assist

the erection of a ball wherein they could Both lodge bay the largest,membership . at the court house'.last. week,\In' which ant. locality Is totally free from JUOsqul=oes.. It, .is 'convenieiit -
have their permanent home, but a. It of any in the state when the population there were 21 applicantresulted lathe Whittier School-G. M. Hubbard,
'" was their desjre, to build one that of the town 1* taken into consideration granting of 15 certificates.. The successful principal; Miss Nettle Hodge, assist to( market. v:::0" .fc:,

fir' ;would not only bean ornament to this the Pythian lodge du"rtng' white applicant were' ;' Miss ant.Center .4 ' T ., -o "4fiW .f
beautiful and progressive cU'-y. but the first six month of 1908 tiling In Mary H. Stebbins. MI.. Lucy New- Park-Mis.Llllle Dale. :;t
would net a revenue to at least make It Peghorn-Mrs. J. H.I Bteffee."' Price lot HllJurieJi5th7::
I. more new' member than any. other somr Miss Daisy Murray, Miss Dora . $00 a :v '
lot elfsustalnlng, I'\ wall not ,until this 10dA'In Florida.. v. Rdssell Mr. Armstrong, Miss Rosa) w
past summer that lana were fully perfooted This artlale would be incomplete unless Rogero Mrs. Lula A. Atwood Miss Will Appear in New Dressy .

"* ,. when the Contract' was let toe l.it mentioned that to Mr. H. C. Camllle Morrison. Miss IlowenaSMir The Valley Gazette will appe'ar next For further information regardingjthis property: '

.. Mr. T.W. Ellis and work was begun Stanford 1* due a l .rge portion of the ( Miss Florrie' Murray Mist neck for the flrt time M an ail-home writeto: 'or call oh I *' *"I'.'.MJuLv -' ,

during September, the cornerstone her credit for the-aucoess both lodge have Rachel Leak. The ,colored applicant prlnt"newspaper.. The beoefit* of this ) ,.:
'tag laid on the 15th of'October 1908: achieved to owning mo magnificent a who received certificate were chance will shared by every Intel --T. ; : ;.

"" bythe Grand LodgeofJiasons\ Govu building','for aside-from-being/ the-see .Arthur.RrOraoi. ,- Ella. .1: Long: Me est alike-business, social andrelUrlouand ' 'AIiYEi 4 z
' ernor Gilchrlst acting in the capacity and largest subscriber he 'was' indefatigable h.*. Roberson, Mellta 'Roberon.: we earnestly ask the, snn- W.'S." Atchisollgas.TILL

,-of Grand Mater, ( andtbebulding; in 1 hi* effort to induce other The grading oommltlea/was'composed port end oo-operatioa of all' in our .

i. completed was. tnrnedjiver to th* com- .s to subscribe toward .the, fund, of of Prof.. R. .M. Evans and ,,14...* M. effort to make the paper' truly representative J ; '
mlttea'to. flr. *'"'of Fabruarr of/tbU ..which) h* cted as treasurer. C. 'AU ': ; .a'W'.... w'a' 4'y. ; ,.'
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: JUN'E, BRIDE.I ., rtJVIUlATION THE MISSISSIPPI : ,. ;"''' ''Loat'Mon.yc 'King Edward's -Mlny Suits.
OF VALLEY. '" dome ohe has said that King Eli:

'J ',1--"' .,." -, '- ,_ ". Hert 4s an .musing story of a provincial ward pe"er'wears the 8'tme, suit !
.ta110n waiting room.'
railway
twice; ,This la an exwgeratlon. The
'The other' day-the Imperturbable calmwhichcharacterizes King exchanges hU attire about three

".. the t occupants_ot :wou'flneed _
times a 'dayan' !,onsoquehJly) ,
I( V such an apartment WAS disturbed lti
l i more-fian a ,thousand new: suits
11t
y \ .. the roetalll ring' upon the floor ot'o',! something I Ike'Se3,000.-!
costing!
a :year
dropped coin. Nobody betrayed consclousnec -
Aa mat
true :
ouch a story were a
I .''t t ot having dropped It, but of tacf41e, orders about, ThirtyneatmIte'every
ter
: everybody began furtively to look for
year and at ''Buckingham
silence until a lachrymose :
It. All was 'f'ulaee.Windsor; Castle'! and Sand-
Individual' who had been gro- '
he keeps!i rf, stock of ,about
rlugniairt
Ing- In"a dtrk coiner, and had nt '
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> Tribune.HEN
hundrel-J5 >s lolnex
last apparentfy found something! In. 'two
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I qulred In plaintive tones. "Has anyone
dropped a half sovereign'" RIDES IN AUTO. "

-* t tts Then UIFJ&* was n ,shorn. mate't M. ; H----; ;0--:; Which la ,..,.
''""' fnr lnilllt.jno.ousni-! and C. Wing

spontane.ltv.-of ''Y"s. I have!" .I\t Fond cf Motoring.A. .

least. a" doren persons! seemed TtThaYJlo : 'Ten wliic-h has: become< an avto-

t that half "ou.r..ln. mobile enthul4 RI 'IK one of "'" pOll-

"Well," drawled. the dolorous! Indlil sessions of (', ,!!.1. \\'!ins <.f <'rp'nvlht.! t
\lual.. 'I've Just found t a halfpennyof and
l s S. C. She hunts tile garage; ,
'
H ,no we may as -Weil i! continue the many times his been til:on in trips

search for the rem. finder."-TltBItirti about the ct'v, in Her owner's; niotr ,. .

,r.i. t.a Atlanta. .)tlnntngh.q.| Atlantic ('ar. No plnoq in the Unineaii Is hers 'I
r Itauri.. ea /
.. r rb Will mil i>ic).T..lon 1"'k..I..1' reduced ,rut<-.aburlnuil and slat takes a perch upon! the f"I'I' ,1

forf\ foltdwlutf ueea.iune, *.. of the wind a'lle'd'! Of' h r :Mr t1 Ins '
41 ek' Amily i o ti
I luutiitfii/ Inn. :UNt-jilti, JCOJ. says: .
I aeorgta. 1.1,heat iOltal AuMinilutlnn. ('it m- The hen Is called P"'t 1 She hat ) I

Island <1 1L.'. Juun :Ur<-5lh': 1'iQJ.Natlnnul !' chosen the, giraco aa nor I 'afin< II

HaplHt ('oiivxntlon'; ,, I'ortlima' place, and I la always reply, ) for a
'Ore.? June Mlh-July tuA. lW'i! ride having driven over the city
l Odd! ) Fullown Bxat-
Independent| Order of < ,
-- tie, W..ah S"|>temliraotli.:A.til. IOUs\ \ many times Ai HO'no onremarked..
.: : Cartoon liy Hirrjmim 1. in tliiU- lOnn,;l..nn! Mir '1 hero are oilier oixjn,,lon" for wlili'h re.dated At the \Ings'; even the chicken< like
_ __
l raiCn will t>e aunounonil For further an automobileMr '-
Jnforinatlon apply to Uul.et'i agent or iommunlOHtHwIUi. -
NEW WOMAN A FREAK SAYS BISHOP DOANE .- W. U l.KAHVIdiieral Wine?; 'is. the owner .of i .tourIng
r ( Passenger Ant Atluuiu. Uo.Ilsn ) car_ which carries: "",,'u p'. op'9unletin
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--- bulldog lack in ;cdotg! i: then
lay, hU ;
BENDING: : THIS TW10.
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ifne Who Strives For Man's Work "a Horrible, Misshapen Monster," ,He De- td ":\ lOmnrm, I love thee It carries only six And"he Jack .j e Auks'bee,
this neat; he must have I pln
-.* 'clares Sees Doom .Therr "Quiet Will Be Drowned \\ell, now you are down on. TOUT
r- Suffragists' Appeal aide the dtlvi-r,, or there H trnib'o."Our .
kneesou well tie shoelaces
mnv as my
/ by Howling-Dervish Suffragettes"Ta'ks' tJ Girl Graduates.it "-FII"III't' (>nd.. nitetter: frln
:! ---- __ __ un __ humor him 'nit bout dla"t)\ Mr.Wing .

it I\VAIJ1 ..'onaJtS who "leelares 1 that tin- dog it
:Albany NY ,- Bishop William every duly clone or every service tendered ;
Croswell Duane In his. nddieFH lo the or every position, faithfully an "..n thusla.th' motorist*
gr"duatlnrhUA of SI ARneH1 Si'hool 111!I'd -- - Made Well tiy (nrlnK HIP Weakened

bitterly attacked the new woman in "I 1 bribes myself that the vocation The Triumphal March of Old Vforld influences From the Great Lakes lo the Jildll"Y" MARION CRAWFORD. .._

.::Jeer teffQrts! to do man! work and de- of a allied nurse, Is as honorable Gulf of Mexico as Syn/oollired In the Sculptural Creation *ThApotheosisof .
U A. Davis, 700 Third Ave., Columbus
r "nounced the woman suffrage <'ainpalgn -. and as Valuable us the r.illlnit of a Saint .outs" by Charles IT Niehaus of New York. His' Remarkable Facility in Acquiring ,
as a "hjHterlcal. clamor employed h\Hlilan. and to my old-fashioned Ga nays. : "A slight itregnZ and Crafts.
i In the pursuit of this rhl- lotion 1 I..* more ,,Biilltl le and more becoming. From a series excellent sculptural Illustrations In The 'Journal of larity of tile urine ac- Languages was
ttera" , In spile. of (the fair figure American History, a i uurlerlv pnbll<-aUon Issued by The Associated Pub- funipanled with paInIn Mr Crawford If' i-joieig man .
C 'Your' womanhood Is your edpfcinlgift ; and quirk ileM-rness of Sliakenpetfre'aI'oilla I lishersof American ords. New Haven Conn. the bark made inn he envy of most of his' cln le of In.afT

of grnc and honor equal to, but I think the place for the wom- Y an are that" .I" had -Uu+ frl"nd4 and acaualntan 'es v. ,

l different from the glory; of ninn- "'n pleudlnu: la. with Mrs. BalllnRton TO DISTINGUISH THE Cingalese SiiMTMtl| ,<>,,. kidney trouble I tall Btralichi forme 1 In perfect plivsl-
hood" he said to the, young women Booth In the cells and corridors of \ teal pnoporllont! he wan f'xtr'mf'ly
An old. C'iiiKuU'si'. woman, who lived ni>Kle"i'ted it, and
Students. 'jJolliinK' lint mischief and lulls rather than in the courtroom before VARIOUS CUTS OF BEEFIt handsome. and in nd titian Iou hal
In an ordinary oaths. hut \by herself, finally got so bad I
'misery and confusion worse confounded a jury and a judge; And I am a brain which "' 1,1t1:1':1"1', 6''.>nt tasks I
died aud burled the followIng had lo ,
was On worklnK:
stop
can come from the attempt! to absolutely sure that the aibnlKslon\ or
make I the tfo the same, The manciillne he 1 Intrusion.. of women into" the mln- Is 1\" essential that 1 housekeeper iLiy. a large Iguana {to b|"'(''les' of My Lark ached teirl- wish eiBe --tankfl which fin. the rest

s woman, the effeminate man like lalrv Is not only against the teachingof he instructed In everything lizunWwhich attains. great size ) entered bly I roiild not test of its were either linponslblo or only

t -bearded women or'a long haired man Scripture' and the tradition of cen- pertaining to the various. branches of the, compound of a gentleman well at night; I had rheumatic pain attainable after, months or Tirs of

', Is a luE-ia naturae, n monstrum hor- urleg, lint' Is the spoiling of their her hojsework as It Is Indispensablefor living .close by and attacked his poultry and lost all energy The urine was effort lie had a special) facility for

rend.uni Informs, So, first, you are great power and teaching and Influencing a man to be eflklently\ eaulppvd'' HeariiiK the noise anf c7mmo In an awful condition I ran down acqu4rlirK languages; ; : and 1 hn Is the

a7 to keep and guard as a sacred trust in schools and classes a few at for the pu-rtlcular business which he lion he cam out, and on ascertainingthe and down unfit I was an emaciated only man that I have ever known who

'your womanhood, your femlnenem. a lime those. whom the very closeHoss follows every day-of his life To her cause got his gun and shot the wreck and an "V4llcl. In bed and out ban" been taken for a Frenchman ..n
"'n the streis and strain, In the and quietness and privacy Influence Is
and effect given the care of the home and iguana No sooner had he done this of bed, but In It most of the time Attire Yanoe. for ft native of Italy by the

r crush life woman and _jiressirre has elbowed of OUT hrPlf modern into' "DeeTi in th.very roots ot nature4and la not Its the finances least/ Important part of this. than there arose a great uproar! from t'lme'' I started with I>oan's Kid- Sillans[ and for Jennnn In Berlin

certain kinds ot work In which slio character the cleavage of this One of the -mobt 4mportajit the relatives of the old woman who ney Pills I weighed only 125_ Ibs As I remember that he "'''1on' onw

resembles and rivals man. How difference lies Guard It and humorIt points In this regard Is that declared that he had killed her be- they helped me I kept on until well occasion thinking!: of spending a winter '!. -_

much humanity how much 1'IO..ty.-' as The choice and special gift -to tiLt housewife should- market' economically ('a us.. her spirit had passed into the again and up to my old weight 170 In one of the countries or Central -

; :,lias gained by It. It employed"woini you of power, as the Intimation and This does not mean buyingon lizard in proof of which they pointed Ibs In five years I have had no re- Europe whose !language wall unknown ,
rare to make unemployed men, It Is Indication to you of the lines by a cheap al.-anyono can do that obtain local \
triumphantly to the fact that It tad turn of kidney complaint to him. In order to
'ir, to which to shape your lives Truly as -but a judicious purchasing of all '
:llfflcult, It not Impossible, aay .
never before been seen In the vicinity ?old by all dealers. 50 cents a box.: color and atmosphere for one of
rj .And yet I believe. things will right the boy Is father of the man SB truly requisite a, tKes! The most economical '
the girl Is mother of the woman. And and only appeared after her death. Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, N. T. 1 his novels, and that In the short ap.'xe ;
this
(I themielvDs In limn But deep buyer Is the one who gets the s /
'' line of distinctive difference remains I have hope and confidence to think greatest returns for the least ex- Rupees finally'appeased the.outraged Success-- Is only fur the- man who of eight weeks he had acquired 1y" "

unchanged that some such shaping and settingas penditure and these returns shou'd feeling of the old woman's descend- earns It, "J constant study d mastery of the

y are still a multitude of ocf' your womanhood has taken on her be In quality eve than In ants.-Java Tlmea language so that he was easily able 1to 11
VnFatlons In which neither can sup will\ make and mold your womanhoodwhen quantity. more. --- Rough on Rata, nobeatabl exterminator, make himself understood! when "

plant the other And In our hugo..: you get out Into the world, As meat form Music Leaf Turner -- Aough'SS-H.atae r-N* t-powdw,'&". be afterward went then" --- - -
the chare
country, with Its growing demands, "I cannot count it necessary and greater of Rough .Bedbngv, Powder or LJq'd,SOc.
for
he
,the balance will sooner or later be perhaps it 1s 'not wise for me to caption Any one food and I. Its cost generally Anlotfg recent patented devices Is Bough on FUaa, Powder or Uqnid,'2So.: The same facility whhh had .. ,

truck.. While each sex must conflae you against the loudly shrieked averages the highest, it behooves the an "ingenious apparatus for turningthe Bough on lUwcbes, POw'd.l5e.Liq.d.,2SC acquiring; languages altO extended to

k Itself to' certain sorts of occupation rail to give women the right to vote housekeeper to look well to her meat leaves of music, designed by a Rough: on Moth and Ant, Powder, SSo. other things. lie mastered.! I remember "

men being unable to do much ofwomen's and to be voted for. I am disposed bills. It these arc larger than she Pennsylvania' man. Numerous at Rough on 8kMtt| ni,,,agromtbl* In ''use 2&O. the'difficult art of navigation In.thp . "i

v a work as women( are unable to tblnk that the quiet and decent appeal " would wish to have them, nothing but tempts have' been made to, devise.b F.. S. Well. emi.tJens Clt N. J. course of a short winter season :
it of men's. whre there lee of a few of the so-called suffragists ' *' music ... . . ,jb'!, :.. r ,. ,of the calls! ef J i
to,do much sagacious! buying will) reduce them* lent turner: but: none La's aaWHEftK n uniir' rn n iF w ,in New Yor)<.ch\ ,spit!! ; y, ,
common ground of possible service ; wilt "be so drowned lu the sort The cart before the horse-i. now ,his' regular-1 literary'' work and hit t

-they wil, not supplant, but rather of holwllng dervish performance of the smell before the motor.A many social engagements, so that he 4"
the so-calJrr uffragettes that they .
each otber :
f .supplement. was not: only enabled to navigate" :' his 1,
''"Only whatever the point and will fall of *ny effect! At any rate Domestic Eye Remedy
should be addressed own yaxSit-an old :New York pilot '
the argument t
place of meeting be. In mental or Rvre ( (Compounded
+ aVCI by Experienced Phy.'cin.. .
manual labor. In professions!. or In rather to legislators than to you ex M itta/ /r ( Conform to Pure Food and Drtl|{. ...... boat' partlallv rebuilt under his dl- '
anT other bear yourselves always cept so far as one Is justified In sayIng iM't.1 e /aww Win Friend Wherever Uiied A.k Dnin: rC't.Ion-acro the ocean ,himself, but :,

with the decency and dignity of true '; here to you that your womanhoodwill EGKtbuNO fist for Marine Eye Remedy Try liurliu he w"(.rke d l out on a voyage that Inlade '

.womanhood and ('l1noae-,where choice gain nothing bv suffrage, and Is with him afterward the nights '
the occupation and losing..: every" day in Its dignity and its Ij O""lIslonll.lI.I' a man gets angry andIsle. : \'
/ left to
.
Is. you .
that most fitly belongs to true Influence by the hysterical clamor to raise the roof, and Is only p'e- day tiv day Independently of (the officers -

"position-rod as women, realizing and remembering which Is employed In the pursuit! rtNNarv vented by the mortgage that hold it and afterward .cinrpired: them

that equal dignity attaches to of this rhlnrera" down. with the ship's record and the officers
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came to talk over with him waiters>
Fee >I It A BACH; ft-Hlrkl* ('A PUDIMBWbetbvr

{ FARMERS MIGHT RULE IF THEY ONLY WOULD i > Trouble from .Cold Capudloe. fleas will Stomach...11.... TOO.orervou of selves navigation, so Impreased as with were one they of tbf'lTl'l'
: 'l
-- It. liquid-pl.*..iu to lak.-acte immefll-
.t..ly. Try. U. 10c, tsc. and sac at drug mastery of their craft.--

,So Secretary Wilson Declare on Getting Decree of Brett In OutlrvokPIIKSHKI, ":
r
LL.D. from McGill University. It you have learned not to worr 1
y you shave probably. learned how to : ) Illltn .
4'' ,Montreal, Canada;At the .peclal power, with conservatism and Intelligence work out each day's problems without Coffee's Weight on Old Age. I

,r ,convocation of the governors of Me- "Manynew things are 'proposedwith thinking of tomorrow's. .t)

Gin University at Macdonald College regard to government nowadays( When prominent men realize the .
CHAUFFEUR AND CHILD.
U.--1Iew-Khoolof atrlculture. -ttie degree -. that require cool heads to consider I THE VARIOUS CUTS OP BEEF COMB FROM. Injurious effects of coffee and the :

oL doctor of laws was conferred to adopt or to reject. The street core B. Done to Scare the change In health that poatum can t'
Something May
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the United States ner and the saloon are not as safe and this bring, they are glad to lend their testimony
i 'upon, James Wilson, can only be accomplished by t yet proved practical. At least we do Other Fellow.
t forums the farmer's fireside when
_ Dr. James as a more or less thorough knowledge not orchestras' band. for the benefit of others.A f
: ,:'Secretary of Agriculture; public questions are acute. see using any Darragh. a chauffeur who lately ran '
'Earl Russell Dean of the Teachers' "The coming millions that will of the various cuts of meat the location of them The one shown In the Illus down and killed a boy In New York, superintendent of public schoolsIn ;

College 'of Columbia University, and And homes on this hemisphere will and their values as blood and tration certainly seems practical In and ran way, has been. captured In one of the southern states says:

sxveral Canadians look to agriculture to feed and clothe tissue builders for the human system every way At the same time its operation :. Texas. He admitted his crime and "My mother,, since her early childhood -

la an address Secretary Wilson them. Manufacturing Industries will\ Beef lamb and mutton form the Is very simple It can be'usedIn the poa.perS say: was an Inveterate coffee drinker -

"it.said: : expect io be fed cheaply. Commercewill staples of meat diet and as beef is connection with any of the ordinary "lie declared that wWl passing bad been troubled with her heart t
r.
ii "Half the people under your flag look to the soil for traffic,, The consumed In the greatest quantity.It music stands generally em- automobile he for a number of years and complained ;
and soil for livelihood banker will look to the fields to give along the street In 'Ijls of that 'weak all
ours till the a has been thought advisable to pre- I ployed for the purpose. Attached to ovfr' feeling and
t 'They are not the governing class In life to enterprise and maintain the approached a crowd of boys playing.In sick stomach. 1
pare the illustration on this page, the frame Is a receptacle containing
while they hold the balance of trade, and the educated I the scramble to get away one of
either country. "Some time I
marking it off as a chart. So much the operating mechanism Extend- ; ago was making an
balance of power at the ballot box. farmer :will be the wellsprlng of all the bo>'s was struck by the lamp and official
I'I attention is from the visit to a distant part of the
paid to-day to scientific I ing receptacle are six or 4t"
: "It Is their duty to prepare to use these movements. mudgear and knocked down'Probably
A cooking and there are so many ways I afore rods, which are bent at right country and took dinner with one of

through the magazines and papers -- .-.. that Is rtrue! becaiv I: the merchants of the place I noticed ':

BBBBBBBBlV WHAT AEROPLANES MAY DO. for' the average woman to keep her- Describes What commonly happens.The a somewhat peculiar flavour of the

scene 1s perfectly familiar-children coffee and asked him concerning
I 1 oelf Informed, that It Is Inexcusable It.
for any except the most Inexperienced' In the street, and an automobile lie replied that it was Postum.

Mot Only Kiid;: War nut Destroy All Present Interimtlonal housekeeper not to have an Intelligent coming toward them llckety-npl't! *l was so pleased with It. that after

>< Relationship knowledge of the choice and Inferior These, of them who get out of the the meal was over I bought a package -

1.ondon-1I is not easy. to explain that half a dozen aeroplanes In evil cuts of meat. Few housekeeping way In Rime are not run over Something to carr) home with me, and had .

., how grave a factor In modern clvlllzatton hands could destroy London articles however touch on the cn doubtless be done to keep wife prepare some for the next meal.

er the aeroplane has become In England! has at last an aeroplanethat very Important subject of meat, that children out of the streets of cities: The whole family were so well

the estimation of all European governments can fly, but It is l a mystery that is, in Its initial stage or from a point a great; deal can certainly be done to pleased with It. that we discontinuedcoffee

1' The Question seriously has set I the whole country wondering. where the butcher cuts it Into large make chauffeurs wary of running over and used Postum entirely."I .
discussed In all the chancelleries Is: It files only at night..: and It has been .
I streets. had
sections to be set, aside until special them There are streets and really been at times veryanxious
_III :, Will the aeroplane end war or will seen at widely different places In the
of vicinity of cuts are taken from each The accompanying i I In some children abound and vehiclesare concerning my mother's con-
If first destroy the present system Peterborough Nobody
Illustration In such streets' the chil dition, but we noticed that
'International relationship I knowi from whence it conies. therefore I scarce after using
It U now freely admitted by many Stead has a sensational article In will prove most Interesting to the I dren's play.rights are paramount and Postum for a short time she felt

high authorities' that within perhaps the Mall affirming..: that In. a short woman who wishes to add to "her vehicles should respect them Anl so much bbtter than she did prior to'

three or four years airships will dot time airship will ttestroy the customs store of knowledge on'this subject. there are great thoroughfares and Its use, and had little trouble with

'Inate all navies and all armies. Such sya-tems of Europe and obliterate American Home Monthly.A minor ones where vehicles .abound and her heart and no sick stomach; that

.alarmists\ as Captain Bulloch affirm the frontiers. I I ... children are scarce and in these the the headaches were not so frequent,

Faculty Says Moonlight; Excursions Jtomarkable Order Just Issuedby Missouri Tragedy.As I angles and end In fingers. Tbr latter rights of vehicles .are paramount and her genera) condition much Improved -

and Silliness. the British Army Council. the forms for the Wednesday : when In position rest on each successive What Bewns to be needed la to Induce This continued until she was .
Jire "Spooning Herald were .going,; down the elevator ; page of the music Depending relations of mutual terror, between as well and hearty as the rest of us.
Springfield Mais.-On the ground London.-The Army Council issuesa at 4.30 the elevator chain broke' from the operating r-.echanlsm 1Is children and chauffeurs, so that "I know' Postum has benefited mt.lIelt Jt'THE
remarkable Instruction
-
moonlight excurr concerningthe
that the last annual !; and let the entire load fell to the rubber tube and bu-Ib. the latterresting and the other
atom of the Technical High School pu- use of the 'white flag In future a the chauffeur shall\ be Just as badly members of the-
'r pUt was an occasion characterized campaigns In the new field service floor of the basement In a conglomerate on the ground close to the scared at the sight of the child In family, but not In so marked a degree

,: chiefly by ". aoD\ng and silliness" I regulations just published for the heap-Columbla.. musician's toot. When the musicianhas the street as the child is at the .eight as In the case of my mother, as she I

.. the faculty of the school has ordered guidance ot British officers reached the end of the page and of the automobile coming.Harper's. was a victim of long standing." Read : .

_1! c.arrangements: for s> "moonlight* next 'l It Is stated that the recognition ofa Losing,Money.A desires to continue on the .next, he| Weekly I "The Road to Wellvllle." In pkgs.. .

"; J. :Week,calleelled. white flag In an enemy' position or woman Who was suing for divorce presses the bulb with his foot and the "There's a Reason." "

I,,;';' The faculty,announces that 1 lastead lines Is not obligatory on a commander. was abusing her husband., "It first page of music'' Is turned over. There Is nothing more divine In this Ever read the above letter? A new '

t tlierp will be a "sunlight" from-1 to efp It should be disregarded (In cases cost nothing to get him, but It will On each successive... page he does the world to the Chicago Tribune) than ode appears from time to time. i
ball where of They
ItLrWitn,;Win a basket pupil.lunch-aod'dealded to a cut art movements carried out under troops its or proteo-material jfost me $f 3' to get_rd of'bJm..ald same each! flrtg.r la turn forcing the I simple humanity. '1I are genuine, true, and full of humaniBtoreet.

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'MUNYON'S THE .PULPIT. To- Jwoy : A Pensioned Horse.:: I : .

I'I'.A
.- .faithful government servant has TTI These Farmers are Building a
been recognised and rewarded by
PAWPAWPILLSThe AN CLOOUENT SUNDAY SERMON, BY Onnsby MelUrg, AsLlnt Secretary
the f;J1. confidence of the WeU. .nlormed '
t ,The REvrbeVMTT r.:. PECTON.. \ thO' of Commerce'and) "Labor., This servant .Ruraltelephone
best Stomach; I of World And the .Commendation of
: Is. an old horsenamed Caleb
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and Liver Mils known .
,'and. a "'poMtlvsand Theme: >The"I'lablt l anti Kindness' and the.nflost/! eminent physicians it was essential wlilch for twenty-four years has devoted Line

.- 'speedy cure, tot Cob Contldcratloiii l"\>r Other that (he component patti of Syrupof his 'energies to ,tuiHInc/; a wan

.' ,. Juuoaiif.ftHpatfon Indication'\lOU"I.I' Figs and Elixir of Senna should be betpngtng to the United State's: Last Flih.Commission .'' : It'I is the most valuable thing for com

BOUT artie. and tilo ail l"l"h.ailments Head Who went "about dohi'g good and 'known to. and approved by'them';. tberefp week, after..a at serioujj Gijevn attack nay Me.of boljs) t,4" munity to possess: It puts the doctor*

3 -arlBlnR from ..disordered healing all that. were; Cl ......8Scd.ACtll .-- } ", the, California fig Syrnp-Co" publishes \ . be showed his inability :to serve the :.- merchant broker, depot post offtee,_ rela-
sad friends aU within Immediate reach.
MUNYON'SPAWPAW tornnch eraluffcltli 10:38. lives
Government further by lying In '
flier. They' Tho tendency of business life Is to ,a. full statement! v'ithreycry: package.. his stall ftndrefu any lng to be bunrell1.) It protects the horn's, and does sway. with

cootnln in onnentrat marks'men calculating. gfelfish,,limited Tho perfect purity and Uniformity of t the isolation of farm life that drives the
product '
PILLS ed form .11. the vir. In their cympathles. This disposition.l The officersat Green Bay knowing ,
- _ __ _tuea Xftinjon'N and vnluea I'sw-Paw of strcitsnd each work day and ernphaslted which they demand in laxative' that the animal's days of usefulness boy. anjd gu-ls to thejbij'' ltle..

r- -- ...",,1.. ..n,1re..Jn.dlL l\Iy competition, hecomo lltl. habit remedyofanethicslcharactttr. are!assured_ were over reported the fact to tl\e I J. Have You a Rural Telephone?
from the Juli. of tbe of the' ijTbTSkUton'trOl; of -Department- mme od-J.ab 4 'it\
:
.Paw-Paw fruit. 1 DnhiHmlnglj rerom.tnoud life. .. by tho Company's original method of man- Jif--you--have net-- cutout:-jhl* mdvertlsftnent *-
thfae pllln I all being ttie-ltpat' laxative and asked for a new horse lo" expressing '*" :
and cathiirih| ever compounded. Oeta ; The.tendency of tho life of pleasure ufactxfre known to the Company only. the Intention of killing write your name mad address
2rt-cent bottle and If yon are pot per la th& same. Those whose eyes are :' on the margin and mall It to our nearest bou. to-day. Upon receipt of
fecllv aatlxfled I tvlll! refund jour moae,. single to their own enjoi*(>nient. who The figs of California are used in'the Caleb. 'This report fell under the .
,.. .11LUYToN. your address we will send you at ones a copy of our Free Bulletin No. OJ on
o'U.'l' .111 IRI) and .Ht: J"JrSOllIlTS.) are Intent upon every opportunity for production of Syrup of Figs and Elixir of eyes of Secretary, McIIarg. and he I '

1-uii. titii "I'"I i A. |PA : amusement, become superficial cold Senna to'promote the pleasant taste but Immediately issued an order that the "How (o. Build Rural' Telephone Lines and their Costs"
and limited In sympathy. Selfishness faithful animal be placed In the pasture !,
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;Ainunt> % :SALE {Oh with them likewise hpcom/ps a habit. the medicinal principles are obtained from until he dIed a natural death. We have sold nearly fifty thousand

Qualities that, we admire nobility plants known: to act most.beneficially. few I II farmers' telephones since March let.
Tbls.ls one of the cases on recorJ

: Town Property be kindness secured sympathy like the! practical, service qualitiesof are to, To get its beneficial; effects always buy I In which a horse had been placed on I The helps'cost build is very the low line.where Get your each family subscriber (i) 1$

life of the tile Government's pension
by making them habits the genuine-manufactured,by the California doctor and merchant interested,it helps them
soul. They will nbt come as the'result Co. and for I cago Tribune. wbols well
AT of Fig Syrup only, sate rOlls.-Chl'l sad ths community ss you .
'( spasmodic action or sentimental .
Milltown day dreams. Acts performed dally by allle&ding.druggists. KBSSUN' TIESE ACT TO.DAYcY''
Georgia.To .
ripen into habits. Do you want to We've tha telegraph wireless. ,

meet our subscription on two new keep from being the mo-an and aelflnh AS FAR AS HE WOULD..G. The thurch that i Is .plrel ... -
railway ttntarprlves ooitiloif to our tow* individual the practical life' of business She (after the tiff.-"You. wilt admit The gas that Is tireless \ (ESTE4r1jJe4'Y. .: rQ

with other factory. entarpriseii.we-arH offering would make you? flan to do you were vrontT" Yet these we -desire less u .' .
tM "bolo..Iota ,,10"| In, at the low prlnn some deed of klndtfess ' ) strtlMn tt Wttteis (fftewhll.d.lphl
of .S.V<10 eaoh payable,110 oanh. balance t. every, day lie (a :youSg! :c.wyer-Xo" : but III Than roads which are moathl11"/ some act which has no relation to admit that unintentional error Then hoboes K:.n_ Oltr .hnn.. m..ftl.. ......... Then*....n...r r.=. 1:1 Ie.n.sOis.I.&tt
i If the RruaUBt naorlllcn wet business an who're tirelessCampaigns ......... wa i.j. T_ .,.i.ts.ID.O.s
your your own happiness or8u'ceSR. poa.th I. '
offered In It''AI l Ectatn, H.. our town hai might ( nearly t.ODD people no*, and with uonvlot i5I&I hl.._ S HV VorkOnubit t vsaeis
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aBlertlon.--cl1TlsUan Endeavor And statesmen who're' hlreless.. 8aan.ib .
labor driven' out of our town, a *SO.Ot Do your own work faithfully and my i lndIs.ui'ehi.. I
UaptiHt C"II..g.( completetl., two mom mil.wav well but see If there I Is not an opportunity World. I Kansas City_Times. I
headed thin wny. with ix'rerAl factory to lend a helping hand to another '

etiterprl< ...., w.. eniinot" help doublu.tf! out ta' BRY a kind word. do an encouraging Pimples! Itching' Humors, Rheumatism, Blood .

poinilfttlon'Ihli In a unapi in another: wrlto'qulok* year.' a.. they cnn- deed.of life.In In the the midst dally of ron-thehurlyburly Poison Eczema, Bone Pains. .Drops Y !!: : '(;

not l I..t ton r. :NoMnlnv"/ Nownltlnic.. You tact wJlh men.take time for a look 8 8 B.B K IHounle Blood: Balm 1. the only: Hfood r.meilr that kill Ihe polaoa lathe ,
gMtdw.d the lay payment am oomplnted.Soutti 8 blood and tben piirinta It-neniUnirannod of port rk'h! blood dtreet t tli akla.
now and attain for the weaker .... Itenom. all swellla la I t.SSdT -
man ea rla Bones Jolntfr .n Georgia Land!! & Industrial Co. for the in nil fighting bravely usalnBt rl. Vi..... Tlmpleii, Uo".ar..h..I".nA"ur., p.ln'1e1h..ol Ka.um lliiri. IJ I .t effect a..peru.fieat ctuv

Box XO. M 1111........ Cl.. great oddn. for t the. wounded and peal"i. ewelllnirxubride. 14 B B eompletely ohinreithe.. body Inloelean. h..ttI'1. in :30! to free.60 d.?"oIhl.Trtaltrsetme.tgiven .'**.>...fain. .. V
oond&t.ton. .Tiring the skis the rich re-'hnenf r>err pt health. Z: 11 B enrea tn i ,
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lirulBfil In the battle of life Culti- Write Or.H. H.Ortsn'S .. (
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.- Cures Through tbe Blood wor"t old oajiet. Try 81 OOi.r large bo tl at Dnia 8to" with directions . ..
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Boa IIU.nt&8IrJ
If vate the habit"or kind n..8. of consideration for borne cure. 8A LHrLKllKiUr. writing BLOOD BALM 00 ,Atlanta., Oaw Speclallats g
you but for others with whom you ---
come in contact 1 Why The Hill Was Harder
I But not only for t Ihoso 'with whom BEAUTIFUL : SPo.'II. 't".5 The '
'knew'what harsh \. brakeman was a novice, and SECURE A FREE

you. come In contact hut others yon on bill first run there was a very II

cathartics do you'd do not see, a 'ountll"l host in this RESORT !' SHAFSFING, PULLEYS, BELTS I ateep grade mount The engineer always COTTAGE BUILDING LOTAT
great' city, who dally stare with what I
always use Cascarets. courage they can muster but with. ;; LOMBARD IRON WORK AUGUSTA. GA, had more or less trouble to ffi

I Candy tablets vegetable dread as velI. Into the raging! i yes of BOOKLETS .up this grade but tills -time .be came MERIWETHER' WHITE i.
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the wolf of Poverty. Our cit abounds near sticking" He almost lost h's' SULPHUR SPRINC

.. and mild. Yet just as effective in distress and suffering' and fTilserv - GRAY'S head. Eventually, however, he reached .5.rh. .

t as salts and calomel. Take one which men Bilftht Fee \If they would 1 For a beautiful illuitratexi reaort book the top Qu..n of C.or.U Reports.

when need it. Stop the step out of their Reflnh! rnuI IIP'Do* The company has already spent s.v* t
you let. laaued by Atlanta. Birmingham and SMOTHER! 3Vt the station that crossed the top.

trouble promptly. Never wait Home It sets deed Into of a habit kindness of I the each soul.day until This Atlantic Railroad entitled "S.a.hor. Feverlahaeaa ieada\ehe. : ,, looking out of 'ls rah the engineersaw enty thousand dollars la Improvements; t
and Relllng a few shares of 'a
till night. SB Is practical Christianity and Mountain," with up-to-dat raaort JeelWa. the new hrakeman-aim-sald. with propone
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VrBl-pocket, b".. 10 cent.-at drne-atore9.: A good way to 'r'nto such a habitIs md "two' cents In postage to W. ustase Om. I....n fled r.....D.. (-.r.{ arlg-h, .of relief) : guaranteed 6 per Mol stoek. To faelll
-Bath tablet of II,. genuine I. marked C C C. to commit one's pelf to some farm- map, A. B. "=' Ob I5In .rc:':i"WK I:; :'-:- VI: tells\ you what my lad. we had a tate Its sale., they are giving wltb sack I
of Christian altruistic H. Laahv. Cen'l Paaaengar AgU Hos.LLOLMSTgD.? 5 j share of took a cottage building lot, 1
or service.
PoIh1etnakpiitrnngph'd_ _ .! : l frllows One 11I..1' : I.*lie.,. It.Y JOb to Rit tip there, didn't we?
of the objections urged by our pleasure & A. P. R.. Atlanta. Ca. "We certainly did" said the 60x160, :and the free v.e of the Hprlsf
new
Rlrk'a% For CipociKa(;ol-I>S In and Ui* (brat)IClI. loving natures against definite HIS FINISH.=" DAISY FLY KILLER SHsHHA : : :! ,;: brakemacL "and If I hadn't ,put thebrakf' Make application at onoe, they will not
reffil.dyrhjve. service of kind Is
any that It ties us .
last one-ha.lt ot them
long over already
the and ,. I "
si'hlng t.vprI.drne.ii-rur .
"Give woman the credit abe deserves. on we'd have slipped back. -
the Cold .nd reatorea normal cundlllona. h'. down. This is really one of its advantages .tiaflMflflWfllSl...n_'_' ..b... ... Washington taken. Writs at onea. .
IIQuld-.rr..lJI luirnvdiaMly. IOc-. :xftc. and When \ou commit yourself ." the suffragette cried "and : r.' "- ' Star. I
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ftiic, at uruaT .Lur.. I to the service'of. others or mcke where would man be?" ...... pll." ""or..tip.. Meriwether White.SuIphur", '"

WOMEN'S FOOD----EXPENSIVE.Menus --- engagements; : with }'our elf to per- "If she got all the credit she wanted ro;::.1.:;::.I '::: AN I IMP-gNDING ('.AMITY /'

form some duty, Ii., .....,.. Spring. Co., ;
\ > our good; Intentions he'd *e in" the poorhouse." s'f etre* Ufo" Miss Smith-"You must remember ',
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do not dissipate Into thin air. 1iut are jtt the of tho ;:' : ':.71'::::: that children have .tliefr' uses.Mf only Room 1OO Marion Hot*!.Atlanta. Ga;
cf Student Club of Men and of harn..SPd.Into a coarse person rear u. ..C.i,. _
practical I work, and hall. Stories. ..........1...h V... to perpetuate your name. Now,
Women Show This. -Stray
tjie disposition to be of use to jour i L.. .
when I dle.yi'm\ afraid the of
Th. quentfon whether Tnen ...'IJt )c's fellow-men becomes yours at last as Difficult Case of Eczema Cured. RECKfLAR CUSTOMER. name
the result of the habit\ Smith will v die with me."-Tie
of definite
S than women do or whefior tlirv buy Christian activity. -"I have been afflicted with ..,_ma for He was out with his best girl and Sketch*. VYOUR
more economically Is siirseMeil 1..') !I *he paet year; was under the ear. of a < as they strolled into the West End METALLIC
f -- I
physician all that time. I have uad jroulHoap
J writer In Health ,Culture liv a oom.r' )'Iood,.'. Test Imon1'. and Tetterlne for three weake ai.4 I restaurant he tried! to put on an I-do-

pariponof? _' L It? groe.rvbflIRrun- ui, -_ To' _' months before his death Mr... am entirely' welL." I.m._ lady eightyIOOMlBSlJaraii I Ir" tbls-every-evenlng kind of look. Whentbeyw HEELS SHEL :,

bY- men 'stllfi.( ta an.d b&rIIeITj1iTi Moody,- while "at Central Church, at rt.r.u! A Oean. MyHrks. MaM.J i .re.--at.d-.atatable a waiter.
: : ; :
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tt KoBerna. Tetter RingWorm I
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who for. the them
lave' together the approached
) (clubbed Brooklyn gave following testimony Ground Itch. Jtchln Piles. In- i! ItCOJNTER5i
. purpose of cutting' diMi'n ezp.nee. : fnnfe Bore Head. Plmplea. Bolle. Rough "Will! monsieur )JirnraJaaTtfl or,
, In every case In which table.. for "I know If should b<* asked to be Rcaly Patches on, the >
' iT", ; --- comparison!, are. given!' the menu menu a'witness. In a court my 'testimony Ions, ,C..Den'ru"..... Chllhlalne. Cankered' and every Scalp.form nun-of I "Both" saldth, young man; "and t 1

i .i; : for the.! week ,'o t ta ,1]les' than that o!, take would my be testimony taken: and as to I 'wantlvou what It is tobe to Skin Soap ZRe.rxaenee.Toui-'drtigrtat, Tetterln. er lOot bv mall Tetterin from 1 L, put. plenty ,of gravy on 'em."-London J BACMCHEWHXjELD.

f the -noth.'f: > >m.tobluerfo. : The C.. Tit-Bits I i
ffr'. I womfn.' f filled wjth'the.Sj'tlrit. There are I the manufacturer,', "Shuptrlne. '. ,'' ." -p.- I
duced the food allowance, to the lowest two( epochs In1\ my life which standout 'Bavanaaa..Oa. -.1 -

( possible -terms. but In footing: -ipfbe clear. One is when I was between !r AGONIZING ITCHING. I
f
Lost Forever.Mr.
Gems Of Thought
, amount upent the. women liavp run sixteen nnd seventeen. I was
of Jingle suddenly turned back nM! Eczema For Year Got Made
'. Into certain extravagance avo'drd! bv bprn the Spirit. There can never a No Relief
the come a greater blessing' to any man ruff and wrote upon It. It happenedIn Even at RUn Hospital-In l>e palr of Stoat

: men. on this earth limn to be born again! an interval of the passing! of th. Until Cuticura Cured lIimI .
"
"Ma"be, says the puzrled Inqulror -born from above to have the God 1 champagne."Do waa troubled by a aevere, itching and To Lydia E. For Miners, Qoarrpai, Ftrnirs, ud

wornen really don't kno'lbow shop, after all but the more likely good to me He has showered blessing you and ac&lp. Scratching made it worse.Thouaanda rough wort
I supposition Is that no matter hDi' after Messing upon me but the way?" asked a woman who sat l>y of small red pImples formed Corapoua Prevent sore heels. They will '

strict the TPRlmen the feminine nature greatest blessing-next to being born him. much Interested.i and I h...., cau'II..n... itching. I was make your old shoes good 'as",.
of the Spirit! --en me sixteen years afterwards i "Often." the port returned, "but the tadviaed to go t.& the hospital for diaeaaea. Rockland, MMne."I was \roubled I'
f. require certain luxuries tlrit when I was filler with the trouble of It Is that when I read It I of the akin. I did BO, the chief surgeon for a longtime with pains in inv back new. They are easy to attach.. I
mere man can-ftet along; .without., and side, and was miserable InXevervI Any cobbler can put them .. '. -
Spirit and has I bad on. -
I'' ; lIe_ never left me to over the next day I can t for the lift saying: never saw eucrj\ a case of
this 'day. He i If for all-women as the notes t enema,' But 1 got little or _no relief. ,,1, I way. docHoretl ,I Your ahoe dealer lisa ahose,7es..... ,.1 .t.
RE3TORATIO of make out what are _
me _
well as men. When Pentecost was Then I tried many ao-called remediea, but ___ until I was \disI I fitted with them. .
Judge-"Yo vi say you found tills fully 'come, the whole church was that I meant to take. Then the shirtgoes I became so bad that I almost gave up in I Ide I t couraged, aV d | lighter than leather but j .

five-dollar bill?" qualified for work In Cod's cause." Into the wash and there' an I pair. After Buffering l agomea for twelve _ _ I thought I should will outlast the shoe. ,,

Prisoner"Yes, your honor." -R. A. Torrey. end of It. What's the use, any way." montha, I w. relieved of the slmoat unbearable j I I never get well I Seed all for about booklet taaaw thai. Ulla

Judge-"And you didn't attempt to as the waiter again passed the tall itching after two or three applications read-a testimonial Usft.dk.eUscldssryC.. .
restore It?" H.on.e Herald Aphorism glass: of champagne Into his outstretched //of Cuticura Ointment. I continued -- about Lydia; E. ao.oswAls '
The CbrisBan who its nee, combined with Cuticura Soap and I Ilnkham's Vegetable C
feels no interest
\ Prisoner-"I did your honor. In fallen hand. Pllla and I waa completely cured Henry to;; I Compound and
falls
men soon himself.
Jndge-t-"To Its owner?" Hold fast that which Is good and "True" the woman assented quietly I, Searle, Cross St.. Little Rock, Ark., Oct 11" I thought I would LT -a ,
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".- Prisoner- "No--to circulation. .then get some more of the same kind. "What'. .the. use?"-New York 8 and 19. 1907.() I4 I'M "I try it. After tak- I I -- '''J'I

Judge. Getting out of bed backward lint Press. _. J I Potter Drug eV 'hem. Corp.. Sole Props. ;: trig' three bottles I i )
half of Cuticura. Remedies, Boaton. Ma... i- ,, $ I was cured and I :
at unlucky as getting off a moving '
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1PurI Hot .eI CII'I.hle
( Days never felt so well .
car that way. Taka Dr.Big.raUoktetierrv Cor1lnl. for Now It Is Carrie Nation, notes the In all my life. I recommend Lydia E. r -, '"
The
pistol pocket Is which utilized contains a badmaD' all Stomach and Bowel Troubles. Children i New York Sun who joins that <aj t llnkham's Vegetable Compound to all j I ,l
: by a gentle- Teething. ete. At DruggUU BSj'aod 50o. 1 my friends."-Mrs. WILL l
"Good" man for a notebook. army of v pi If ten that have made Vorxo 0
Columbia
I Avenue, Rockland. Me.jjacnacne .
The Bible Is so plain that everybody NOTH1NTOiIM.: enough out of reform to Jo retire.. is a symptom of female I TOILET ANTISEPTIC f

understands It but a fool and Johnny-"The camel ran go eight I weakness or derangement. It I '
he need not err therein. but somehow days without water." Mrs.Winslow'sgnothing Syrup for Children have backache, don't neglect it. you To NOTHING LIKE IT. FOR-- \
I I
Breakfast Lunch -
et he always does.Some l'red.dy-"So could I If ma would t teethingeofUmetheguma on.aUy.p..ancure.wd reduce inuamrna- get permanent relief you must reach I THE TEETH Ptxtiae seek wry oWifric lit\
men are bachelors because colic 25c: a t ottl the ,
let me."-Harper's Bazar. root of the trouble. Nothing vte ia cleaning, wneainf. ... 1ft
or. Supper they think marriage Is a failure. and i Minnesota !know of will do this so safely and surely : removing tartar from the teeth. beoide rl.Bali H,:jog, f f"
has
I 21000000.000 feet of
some because their attempt to getmarried IT CURED A 25-YEAR CASE OF ECZEMA as Lydia Pinkham's Vegetable Com- all .era of decay and dm MB which Ofiaesrj "
mercbaotablc timber. according
was a failure. to
pound. Cure the cause of these distressing i loath" plepara\one cannot do. '"
't 'Dellcfous' It Is a mean man who after sticking ;| General! C. C. Andrews, State Fares aches and pains and you will Putia..ueac1..tIIfIIIIJa; (
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his head out of the coach window IJanville, )'.. try ConnmlirflQner IU lU.flOD.OiO become well and strong. THE MOUTH waahdiaialeca.lh...-laIl.. ;

wants to sue the railroad company I have hid an aggravated rase of Eceroa acres of well-Umbered spruce land J Js The great -volume of unsolicited I and throat, put i... the breath and kiiU tha germs :
: Post for The getting rich a hustle cinder to In his eye. lor over twenty-five years 3Jhande. were enough to supply the country with testimony constantly pouring In which coil... in tha. mouth caiuiag sees threat, .I
get richer-or. conclusively that Pinkham's
to get away from where they are. unsightly' a great part of that long period.I pulp wood.* for 25 years.IIp..I..1 Vegetable. Compound Jydia made K. from I bad.teeth,bad breath grippe and much BJrtaaaa.. .
roots
The poor hustle just as much to'keep have u....d seven Jo-cent bottles. and ODe and herbs, has restored liealth'to" thou. THE EYES when "r1n'eJ bVeJ, acK*. .
from getting I Anno.ar.'menl. I I sands of : end bum, -T .be l.dsedy '
Toastiesifl'ncw poorer-or, stay where jtr of Hancock's Sulphur Compound Ointment. women.Mrs. ,
The Atloota. iJIrmioifbum. A relieved. and strengthened Paauaa. '-,
by
they. are. _ _J feel 1 .. though I had a brand new. road will Inaugurate aleeplu' car Atlantic service Rail. I'lnkliani of Lynn :Mass., .
on invites '
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A DOI..I/S HOSPITAL pair or hands. Juy..,... 1,.. been such an night tralnn between Atlanta and lirunawlok. all sick women o write CATARRHMC.I..TII.Jth.I.-
her
C for
aggravated It hat cured and 1 effeillve June 10. Pullman' advice. She has guided "
dainty "of pearly"white Perhaps you would like to hour certain it will one. if me. an of latent dealRQ will tw u.ed In this sleepers...."10.. tliouHands to health free of I Bamnatioa aad atop the discharge. It H a si.s-'., .
about our dolls' Red 'Cross hospital.We ran anyone they permitin Houthbound. ,leave Atlanta 7:11': i cliurge.'THE remedy{for uteruei catarrh. .
corn by the makers of Postum tuung( HavJcorCv, jijIphur Compound according ' Bruimwlrk 8.1O p.m. arrive Paxtine X
have It In a playhouse behongtn a. m. :Northbound i*a .harmlni yet 'f
to direction.. HUTLIB EDOAR.Cures 'leave Brunswick, 7 03 '
p in.. arrive Atlanta ger.icds.duinlrd.ud. I
and Grape-Nuts. to one of the five glrU; Interested 73o and
Eczema and all ordinary sLintroubles. a. mThne RAGAN BLOOD REMEQY Uoed ia bathing
adertroyi .
I We have -a chart. on which we keepa tr*|na make cloneouneciloa. ,
Make the skin soft and improves -I I I I Brunswick at leave. the body ,*
record of dolls' Illnesses. Thereare with H turner, for Ht. 8lmon' powafuIl"
our t
I i II I -
:Toasties are l fully cooked I the complexion. Your<
tolled Into thin wafers and five nurses and seven patient it. Write Hancock Liquid Sulphur Co., I, The elegant day coaches and rullrAaa BLOOD POISON I Oft POSTPAID. av .
We have an operating,; room and table Baltimore. Md. for booklet sleeper In these trains afford an "
onportanliy LARGE SAMPLE !
... .
not heretofore %Vea 4lell Ihe moat obatlaate .__. w.
toasted a crisp gx>lden-brown. In the room there are a toy X-raY enjoyed to I rural to and '
: machine. towels bandages scissorsand ., AIRSHIPS MADE AT HOME. from -0eoritla faniou ttesshore rtwona ...... (aatay evred Writ f.r.iaforse.ll.a. j THE! PAXTON TOILJTT OO.. BOSTON M AM.'.
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"How did you come to have'an airship comfortably. Ary Ticket Agent of tbe P. O. Box 91 Atlanta Ga.. I \
j Ready to eat direct from the a fever thermometer. In our n>pany will give further Information. V .
(At.26'09)
box main room we have little towels ? Really I don't see now yow W. M. Leahy, Q. y. A.; Ctai. I'atlon, T. P \ ', .
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with cream or g-ood millc can afford so expensive a luxury." ... W.:A. Htokae; C P.oPe.sl'Js A. I
rThe exquisite flaVoaf and crisp bandages; spcnges and soap and a "I made It myself front the broken '
: 'o
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medicine glass and more than a hun- Is Indigestion of the soul
2 ,tenderness deliffbts the' machines that have fallen on my -and- the who 'I
most dred different kinds of medicines we man overeats at the I
l.nd.'r.: tlteDdorter Blaetter. table of sclflthnets will get In bad.
t fastidious epicure or invalid. have made. Our visitors' day Is _c.,t

Tuesday and we have a good many

t The Toite visitors. We take turns being doctor .
Unger
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and' we use a boy's patrol wagon

for an ambulance. The money for You Look
'i'bputii '
pkt.. aoc.J Prematurely Old
supplies we earned! by' giving aplay : -

J: Larp F.mlJy..Ize-5 and holding a fair. You would haveto

do' somethIng of this kind yourself .

to,know how much fain It Is.-Hele.'. U 'S.o.ta }* Of ttt* M uIlP.ar4Wy.r y s.ir.., u."i.a'ctoi.j' MAI** UTQER. >rtott l.i l. 5I.OO.rsSalL .fl .

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fiTBUSHEQ EVERY FRIDAY., of the General i Statutes of the fJ .- =

I I fic a in Valley Gazette Building y| ; State" of Flbrld'a.' "', .. ,:. SeasojiaiblBi&oods .n
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Mil dn ''''t 3\tnv.; .. D' tlll18f :-Tax:: CerUflgsteiNqfrlnoflfiofli , .. E' ,_ : ==' '.
W. U. HARRIS, Editor. and Prop', / ; iofl7io\ ()! ; )100. "1101; -jioz. tins ,,' 1G "
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' SUBSCRIPTION RATES:4. .... 4112: 4.15.: 400,4.17, 4O01.4A1. 402 4(1.1( 4 4. 4(19( 4IU1' ' g" ' '
One_.. one roar.- . .: .... .. ..'. ..> .. ,51.00 407, 401''C 470 }71. 4172, dated the 1st day of July .. .
OIM copy: six months.. ? '. ..., .- . fioAH A'. .!>. IK01.I TI><. OartlOciaa<<;' No 71,, dUed ''the ? ,prl.ng. ,. 6 w ; /
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It "111. day of July A'; U. 1MB( ] Tax: --CcTtincato: No. It ,. . ::::
i. communications, except from our authoht. h :::::. ,f' ::::::
.' fed aorrwiKindenU.must lie Binned by the writer. d&lucl the 0h of July A. D. l'03\ ; Tnx CardNeale. f' E ,a"" .'...,}" ,.,... .,..,.,...., ,
Rejected matter will not be returned unlesssailed Mos.lInt,1Oth< ;lOll; dated tll<} Mh day nfAiiicust .. .. == .
for. - A. D, 11KI4! ; I'ajt Curtlflcn tt* Nos. 51 1,' ft!, ., -o

p 4 'Entered at Mm Pwtoflloe;:;- -In Kl.eimmee.t ;; ..FI.:u 1:10.: Ul, 12). 11"',dniil" the r.th dAy of Jun A >/. E' AT .. ::;
I a ond-claas. )naff'matter. 19O.1; fax eertlllutes. KOI its An, dated tho '2ud ::;
r } = ;,- --- day G cat"\hl\ 'my oflldf/ and lm... inado apiiltanli; .1 'E'bO.W

""'' '7 jrric1aJlIlie 3Kt! : 1'JOU.! .... for tex drat t4> tMtle in xiorlflnnu. wltb law.Bahl -,. R I-C-E-S' ,
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,:: t.iabrace tine following. doeri; r .
. -t.; 1, Lt' --- ed prot.erty.ItuaWdlnOseeola" County, Fit,.. ::::: .- ..,.

JUDGE W. R. JOHNSTON Ida. !10-1"11: 69 0f -= :::: .... .

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Passes Into Eternal Sleep After a -Ix>ta :>,4. .5, (O. 7, 449,"I, 10. I II.I ]12, II: H, JIl'H.1t p47; -- -- ",
t IA<(' :9, 4. 8. 7. e. II, II, 1.!. II, l', 17.22.. :-IA, 14! E SEE OUR 'LINE OF ICE CREAM == : to,"'
Long and, Useful Life. lll.KK0tl\ ; IxXH.1 $. II, 7, H, 84' lot U. NJ{ lOt 11, ::;
1. Lou t>''. Ha. 17. 144:Rloek' lot, .if trio Xowu orRunii 0 'E FREEZERS, HA'MMOCKS, itfOS- :. ,
,, ./ On WeOnesrtsy afternoon o.t" o'clockthe ] >m Mlt'. s. .- :::::

death angel: beckoned and Judge The silld lauds bnluw .e..o.1 at the dotes of g QUITO NETS WATER COOLERS ::; ]
i\ \y. R. Johnston answered tho enll,1f tln ItiHimiico of web c<.ril Ilcate4 In the names
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ter a ]long and useful 1 life. spent In the llAlbt-rt Crawford, T. w. Murphy Mary DlaaKIII. REFRIGERATORS: ETC. == .
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'i I and ,r.t'o.tecltizen.'hlleforthe Di>nniui. ThuiiuM 1'.rterJr. .1. O;i. Ainu. E. M. f;, ; :::::: .
past three weep It hail been known the Ruy1t', XV 1>, rtlininciiiM, llbt.LnuKhlln, Wni.Klnii .
time was short that he would bq.nuw7 M r,. F. F. H....ll. Chns.K, 'Smith'!; M'.. 1 K.innkln '
.""j; bared among/ the living, si 111 there was ( I. :-. FllbiTt. J. l>. Day R. Olendenrlitf.H. 0
a &dnesa laid upon this town when i lln.toii, J)10.1011* <' V. Warwick, ) 't ST8 FORD G OR
his been death felt pr; occurred known before.that has As seldom a hol- Riley A. lltllui.. RttnnyrueilH J, 8. McKlnU-y.' IMtie Apple, II. KobliiH Co. JiiHuvh UnitesMaid '. 0t' BPHSOU

dler who wore the gray, there were i-nrtilli-Htoa Hhall l l b,' nMleouicMl 1 ai'cordfntf : ,
'I" none more loyal and brave;; Ill> a judge) ... 'a. : '
there were none more just: as a friend W'lun.. July tax A.l I"HMl Ii.l'Hri.M 111 IXHUV' thereat the I TJtlldaviil t' \ gmmmmmmmfwwwmwmwmwwwmnmmmw E HARDWARE COMPANY 3
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.Jher.ll'wt're! none more faithful lie had -
\\'ltneH' m)' nllli-ml .INn..t ir. anr..e.llhl. the .
KUslmmee from trading
seen grow a / !lh dB) ill Juue A I> 1'KIII)' 111111111111111il111111111111111111111111111111111111lil11
to beautiful ] Ii vVVVVVVVVVVVV VVVV\s'\AVVVVVV Ultllll .
t post a ( <.Mt.v 'rUfal 1 ) AKTIIUK DONKI1AN,
years
and during all those he had the
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.f'l Clerk CI rein it Court OHrvnla County Florlila.
the esteem .and the love of the
respect '
fly S II HUI.I.OCK.: I) (
w' ,whole" ] people. When) Judge Johnston\ ..........................

J', earth.jell on sleep a full man passed from :Notice of Application lor Tax ' " ,, " ,

}. The funeral] ceremony, was held at Deed Under Sections 574 and i RCLLIN'S': COLLEGE i
) the family residence at I.SO o.t'l.wkt FLORIDA'S'Ok.uEST; ' COI.LKOECollege

;yesterday (Thursday ) afternoon, Itl<\'. 575 of the G.oneral Statutesof :

t son, / the Stat of Florida .PIANO FREE I. Academy, and Schools of Music. Expression, Fine .

= ..Arts Domestic and Industrial Arts and Business. ..
In Shingle Creek cemetery beinjr followed Notice IH hereby iv"n tlial M. U. Tlndall

to the grave by a large concourse" purchaser of Tax I'.rt.ill'ate.0..477.47..41<::1.) Carnegie H-all and third! men's dormitory now ,completed; electric .
7 of sorrowing: friends. 45.1, I....'. 4M1/ mid 4..... 1ati<1lho:1:ld day of July. .l. lights. steam and furnace heat: larpe! faculty: perfect health
Those who had been his associatesat D. IWH. him tiled said ...rtlll..a...-. In my nilicv.ntl \ -, -- conditions: tine to'innusimn. athletic fields, boating!, tennis courts, .
4= ,'. the court house. acted as pull l bear- ban inado ajiplicatlon fur tax deed to franc . L ::::; golf) links: baseball. football and basketball teams champions of .
7 en and tenderly-conslgned to earth In HiTOrdmict. w Ith I law. said. 'certllU'atfd eni- rlo'rlda in lltOIK{ Nearly at quarter, of a iiiiUlan'Oollars endowment.;
all that was mortal of their departed bntee the to|)low|lug dicrlbfd proprrty tr.tuuttidn II Tickets oil Piano with fH : . .
i Comrade and friend being! / Messrs. A. Osfeola ('('',"Iy. Florida, towltvrllllcale .: .
E Donelao.J Sears, Jno L. Overcreel -- \
No. 477, :.t 11. Florida A'urlcllHuil -
i'f y. C. L. Handv J. I'revatt and f i nipaii y'x ,",SubdlvlKiou Swtloll ::i2, t lownip CHARACTER CULTURE CONDUCT .
q G. F. Krlbbs. The Immediate cause zHouib!, .of Kaiiice HHHf.CerlifUiitu.No. : each 25 cent Purchase f| .
For < 'atalo Address llie President
t of his death was cancer of the stomach 47H.. Lot 1'2. t'lor"lalIrirlil ue :
from which malady .ITe had beena ; ; ., 5 : ; =s
sufferer for sometime. ural) I'oiiipauy'H' biibdiviithni. of Section' -- : Wm. F. Blackman, Ph. D., Winter Park Fla. :
'ownxlilp 1\ Mouth of K : ge HI Kniit. -
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He married 1807! to Julia A.
.' Cordero was at Columbia in, S. C.. who survives Curtlflrate: No.HubdlvUlnn 4s.r, Uil 17.of Florida 8uctton Aifriciiilumromiauy'H .12' Towu-' E _ -ATEC"W'D- -.- -- if: .............:....$4......

1 him as do also two sons and a .h'l') i! >, Mouth ol Range .11 Bant.C --- -- .
W. B. and O. R. Johnston --- --"--
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\\l of this city and Mrs. S I). T. Cpsens ral I'ouivauy'H Hillxllvliiloii of Secltou:32!, Xuwn! ::; C: I'. Itituu MnimgfrV eta, tf
of Jacksonville] of whom were at. ..hip '2->. South (>l Range Bant.Ovrtlnvnte \ -i IIARw >.1.1. <.'(!'> S
Ills bedside when death came. : ..., 'l'i. M SPECIALTIES OI1ANGEGR0VES
-00,4. Lot Florida AKrlonllual -
j The following/ brief sketch of his life Company's SubiUv4.loii of Section :H2. 1'owu- ann.s : :
Is furnished by One who knew him, well)] .BROWN & '
chip :2i. South of Range: Kant.Cvrtlnta."ie C-OLONY TKACTST1MUBKLANI1S JIIIIIWELLWINTKRHOMES
and call him friend .
was proud to : __ _
-No. 41<1I Lot W. Florida AgrleulturalCtnnpury'tulsllyfionof - ,
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{ Wllliiiu Reynolds Johnston was -
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born at Liberty Hill, South Carolina, | -
1!!>, South of Range :it l Kant.Cerllllcato .
.June 13lh 1844.! Uis age at the time, TRUCK FARMS REAL ESTATE BROKERS I.VirKO.VEU I'ARMs
No.4"" Lot 2:1:1. Florida Agricultural ili 11l111111il111ill111111111111111\Al111111111't&11)11111il1\ & ) 111111111
'..' of his death, which occurred Wednesday -,
C'ornpauy'a Hubdlvlnlon of *k'0tioii HJ, 1m.'n.ablvl - .
at t p. m., was sixty-five years : South of Range. 31 East e r..rl. KISSIMMEE. FLA.
and three da vs. Last Sunday was not
The aald lands being aaaeaiied at the date of
rd poly; the anniversary of his birth but \
he iHBuance of iiuch curtlflortten, lu tbe . \NARR'S'
also of his marriage. Be occupied a name Progresnlve Orange Orowere Are &.:c INSECTICIDE YOUR BUSINESS SOLICITEDIf
responsible position during the Civil of Uukuowu. 9prIlereuseFthsrr'alhseclleMelsorA.ANriSO. 1t Tnelr Or4nce Groves" with "

1 /War. and -was a member of General Unless Hald certificates chat wfll redeemed according to klllr'.yhl'. Fly, Larvaef-tat., sad Mite You Wish to Biiy{ or Sell, Come to See Us. '
fiiaue .,
lyeson Camp of Confederate Veterans, to law tax: deed < thereon on hit l)> tli.nirny.. Can; l Ire used any time of yar IM Kl'Tw nips THkKiKK IN 8''MIt. Fitly rents
and at MB request was burled in the the Cilh day of July, A. D. 19U9. per va li>... Fifty cents per ..110., -Fifty gallons make 3.UUO. gallon of spray glade '1TN1 Z'N1'WV1'wM--
lu Florida. V N' 1N1r" YN1'ir M'N'NN11'N11' 'N '
;w Wiluoei my ofltclal signature and seal tnl
of the After -
'uniform Confederacy.
J. SCHNARR' &:CO. Msoufsctureri, ORLAND9' FLA.ocototstxyot9tJotJauoe1x1ot1aJtxkaldtAeiaelex .
'b' I..AL] _the 1st day of Juue.A. U. 19119. .
the he In the of the "
war was employ "
c, .. CARSON Prsaldeat.S N. C,, BRYAN, Secretary > >
r .ARTHUR K. 1>DONKOAN <
B. & O. R R. In and around} Wt 8hington 'T -,_.- -.-.- ,
City, H. came to Florida in Clerk. "Inuit Court Otneola' County .Florida. I 07 Z3C: :E:: ,

,.;, 18(18-living- for!, a number of years.InMadison ,c4\< ;'."N'" :"j, ',,,.., ,, ..., ,'. 'P. . : .} ., II8 ., r, --" '"
oount4', coming to Kissimmee riot ol Application for 'fax lSo. A. CARSON s; 'J. A. CRANFORD. saw LUPFERt. '
In 1883. Hft was active In procuringthe "- Vlce-Prealdaint. Secretary :
formation of Osceola county in Deed Under Sections 574 ann f Waters & Carson Grocery Co.

1887 and was prominent in the earlvitages 575 ol the General Statutesof

of its organization and through the State of Florida. --
i1 aU the suJbi>eQuent years. Ue was its I.
4i* ,Urst County Judge, and the only one Notice la hereby given that G F. Krlbbsnurohoiier KISSIMMEE LUMBER CO. GEX c5'c"I
!! i to the present time, with the exception nf Tae Certificates Noa. 373::i and : E SJ .
H 'Of about six months when Judge Park :37*. dated the :lid da>M>' July A I). WOO, hues s ,

( ,.r filled) the position. When the lied snld. certificates in my once and has
County Court was Instituted two years made application" for tax dewd. to Issue accord- g

1 .ago, be was appointed by the Govern- lug to law. > ?L'-- COUNTY AGENTS FOR l
.....o1'ILa first Judge, and was elected] last tHaiil curdncales ernbrnce the followlug der .Rough and Dressed J -.
1: ? fall for the full term by thy people of scribed *uroiivrty situate In Osceola county, If A I' I CRATES |
t tbla county Florida. U>wlt: I Celebrated Fertilizers I -
"" Certificate No 873 -begin at the northeast I '
: oorncr of ,,I>I'J. Narcoossue lu'S..o.. 'It), Tp 25. Pine Lumber.HOUSE O1tAIN ETC.

: k IT'S I YOUR KIDNEYS 8. It,81 K, and run west to northwest oor. said ; : i Circular and PriceFurailslied *
lot. south. 113 yards, vast to emit boundary line on Application. :;'TI
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r No. ,H7 -begin no oor. lot 1H, NariHM i
: .;'l' Don't Mistake the Cause of Your ,<<...... Stoll. J). 1 p 2JI 8 R. Ill E. run south 118
v'. .Troufcle*-A Kissimmee Citizen yard, thence wrest to west boundary of said j ; BILLS A SPECIALTY. HIDES FURS WOOL |
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;.l Snows How to Cure Them lot, iheuuw north to north tine of said lot, fxooexxxxxxxootxxxiotiotxxxxxxxxxaoooociooooooooocSchool: .
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Infilleaat t i beginning.
8 Mtvnir thekidneys. I
people never suspect :
1'h. aaid'andf' being assessed at tbe date of SsltrN4
Cousitrsr
f ; ._.If suffering from a .lame, produceSpecialty'_
Ibo Isnuancu of said tax! certificates lu the name
4;:weak; or aching back they thin: that Duk""II, %%%% .' ui.%%- 1M' -- "'- "'- N4v VaM'N p41A1""
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tvlsobly'a tausoulal" 'weakness; whin !Jill" .said certifloatea ahall be redeemed '' VN4lAMNK
ao f
'J urinary trouble 'et>. In they think It
i I cur.I1I1I1I" I"'.. MX deed will ls>uu there'>"u on
ii;-wlll soon correct Itself. Audio It IB
(edT et/rE1r
the :.intb day uf June. A, D. 1909, fl a.EwNOTICE
t/Awith'all' other symptoms of kidney Supplies I If
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'' "0. HIT offlolal si-naluro and nerd this the
:, disorders. That Is jut where the .
48th day of May.A.. D. 1 09. T-
it f ;dan et' lies. You must cure these S
: ,Sean) ARTHUR E. DOHCOAN.' ;
'troubles
they lead to diabetesor. !
or mar
:4 Clerk Circuit Court Oeeeola County) Florida AND TABLETS
: BrlirlH's disease The best remedy
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4I, By S. II. BULLOCK. D C. .
to use I. Doan' Kidney Pills. It f ii ; t"
t { cures all Ills which are caused by i f
Public Road Notice. To reduce stock in order to make for
weak or diseased kidneys. Klsstni- i room my summer .
> 'apes oeople. testify to permanent cures. NOTICE I If hereby !given that It It the intention |: EXAMINATION' TABLETS stock of spring goods we will sell our entire lot of Silk at r
of the Board of Commlaalouera of Oa*
Mrs. R. L. Seaver, KUsimmee Covey
"(r Fla., says: "My back ached constantly cauls County. Fla.-at the next regular meetIng -, j! MADE ESPECIALLY FOR $

I and made me miserable. Every of said Board to be held on Monday, the Mb I j! OSCEOLA HIGH SCHOOL. One-Half /
( Original Price.
time I stooped or attempted to dar of July A 1). luov, to establish a new road $ : /

'1Ift.an'LbIDJl. my suffering 19..1'. In- which will run u follows, : > .
'creased. I could not rent and morn- Bvgiuulng, at tbe point of Intersection between _
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iDjrs felt weary and languid. I finally l- ibe South' line of Section 23, In Township Will sell Woolen Dress Goods at ACTUAL COST OR ./

learned of the effectiveness of 25. South of Range 211 East and the Right of I LESS for the next 30 days ror Cash Only. ./
Doan' Kidney Pills In such cases Way of the Bt. cloud Sugar licit R. R.. on tbe KissimiHeeDru9 Company \ /

'. and promptly procured a box from south side of said Right of Way, and running J !
\ the KUslmmee Drug Co. They !gave west on said .(<('lIon line to the limits of tbe f

> me prompt relief and in a short time City of Klnalmmee, being the aouthwest corner 1'NM1N'NW-'V" MWN,, 't.'KW VN'Nf, 1't.M' 1WN'NMN'N'BKissimmee H. C. STANFORD COMPANY
entirely removed tl.e buckaches and of said si ctlon said road to be forty feet wide,

kkldney d difficulty. twenty feet on each side of said described ,/ ,
f,I-; .For sale by all dealers. Price fio rout a / /

cents. r"oiter-Milburn Co., Buffalo, Vlinens my hand aa ex-omulo. Clerk of BAld
TNT;New York, sole agents,for tbe United Board and the offlolal seal of aald Board this Wagon WorksOPPOSITE ..
State. 7th 01 t,,y nf .hlt.... *, I>. 1WIU ++++41-4-4fft, +++++++++F+++ ++++++++++++++++++++++

:' Remember the name-Doan's-and (Seal.) ) ARTHUR E. DONEGAN.Ch ,

/I't< ake_ no. other., rk Clreult Court. CHRISTIAN CHURCH. jj HOUSE PAINTlijGnd PAPER HANGING ii

J Under New Management, with Thorough Experience and Up-to-Date .
i For'Sale at a Bargain. Notice to Creditors Blacksmith, Wheelwright and Horseshoer. / -AL8CGralnifig. -

t . 'One 7-room residence, Patrick's Ad- A', pulou.baringclalm.ag5ts.t the estate
... of C. H, Fountain deceased, late o' the eounty ; StipHng and Kaleomining.S .
ditioh.7room Kinds Blacksmith Wheelwright Work .
residence Bass Arhtlloo of OsoeoJa and 8Utel Florida will present the All andjHorseshoeinga _

.- & ,., ante to me properly i-ttested, within th. time Specialty.
>, Oq.8-room residence Mathews1 Ad- prescribed by law or the same will| be forever J N PAINTING
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SPECIALTYSee
$1t1Q o.ILL ... barred and all persoiintindebteJ to said estate |
ALL WORK C GUARANTEED TOISATISFY.o. :
Ode bearing. orange grove about 2'15'f will make Immediate settlement with the un : i
1 trees.. dersigned. 1'. C. BRYAN
These can be bad cheap on,. reason Administrator of the Estate: of a\ i Me sine Get Prices.i JACK BASS I '
-.ble terms. .- *" 'C, U. Fouutaln. Deoeaiel.February S.Uclt.Yo.rTr..e d JOHNSTON.

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-f{ 1IicK1s1mmcc Valicu Gazette J': H. Reddltt, jeweler' and watch repairer Mr, J. P, F'ox"of, Tampa i*. the Cootractbr' N. F. Bas. who has '

men 19-tf !guest of Mrs U..C. Stanford., been engaged with a large force of ::BULLOCK

TELEPHONE NO. 11. I Latest styles In ladle' shirt waistsat Dr. Huddleston, of Miami spntdap.er arpenters ymede repairing and brick'and: masons at Run' Methodit fi Cui'chYrICES S.H. (
building; for
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. H. C..Sfanfcrd: ; Co. a so In the city, this "week Dr.: Montenegro ror".evetalw..k.*,' .

PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY! Doors( abd window screens' made to. Mrs, C. W., Daon aDd children are tales that his work at that place in EA ESTATE

I .order at Barns's shop visiting Atlanta and other Georgiapoints. nearing completion. The largb AND INFORMATION ............-....-..-- .....
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I : BV hOtel bulfding has ben ovr-
'of'the White Star Laundryat
Agency
.:- W. B. MAF F I8.I tt>e Home Store,.Phone.J54_ -.... -'- Mrs. E. S. .'Beeland'lha none' to .hauled and repaired and a brick: ola- Wllllamsed4toi INSURANCE i
f : : South Carolina to spent the summer era of 8000gallons capacity con- Dro. of the Florid '
For all kinds ot fifn work tructed. Mr. Baas has also Christian ..Advocate with ,
.OFFICIAL WEATHER REPORT.Avaran ., repair on with )her. parects.Messrs. erected was us Sunday Examination' I
m .r furniture,etc.,11'0 to Barn*'. job. shop. ; two neat 4>room cottage for the doctoron and preached.,at the mornlotf ser oITItIes'a
tamparatur* for w..k ..dtnI Thus. S..D. T. Cosens'and" W.*At the beach near the hotel and a .1<'.41., r.
day. .u..I1. iwm.rrtday Spend your money" wltb us; It cost Wesoott 'down ,
came Jacksonville 5- ,
rom room bungalow on.adjoin In I' prop. ''
'I'I : I t no more and von may get .a piano for to the funeral The following- U Specialty.
j lta'AI attend of udfte, : rty for Dr. AyerofPhiladelphia.S ao offlolaldlrectoryof .
I M&a. Mini taILs nothing c. W. DANN. W. Johnson. ". the church abd it will be '.well i
.. and Mrr.;S. B. Decker of Chaner to
__ - Pat Johnson' carload of hone arrived Rev.. A. M. CkUolin will-pleach at l S ,. Okla" .who..hkve.<.ibeea spending ave it for reference: Steward J.. M Correspondence.. Solicited.Bargains' .
.1 \ on-sohedu'.e! time and .he has already the Christian'church next Sunday tt::e past two weeks inthe' ; city, /guests. Lee J. McPhatter. J, U. Gilbert, 11.

0 . .. ......,.." ..... 81IH 71 72: dlaponed of quite a-oumbfer of morning and evening. The public Is at the Lake House, left, Tuesday for M. ifann, W. C> Ua.*. E. L.: Leilev, '
Saturday H N. Bratton-and W. L
.Bandar .,",. ., _. 91 72Mond.Y : them. roost cordially Invited' Ui_ Ixj piesent Jack.QDvl11e"] near, whleh ,city Mr, WIno; reWording -
,. 1'2 I? i4Tueed.r' Mr. Henry! 'Loss"of Detroit, Mich., at both services. Decker has some property Interest.' tewardv-K.; L. Lesley. Trus
I III' tee1I-J. M. Lee, U. M. Pfann, J. U.;
-'p1 W.dn..<.UrTburaday . .. .. . Hi 111 arrived in the city last Monday to The Seminole Land & Investment Mr. Decker\; la a lawyer and .a veteranof ,Gilbert, H. N Bratton and K. L. Let- .
....,. III 1' loin the Old Soldier Colony at.-.Bt. the civil war and came here to in-
Co. sent down to their Jey .Sunday School -olflcar.-up*,,.
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agenrjyld .! '
estimate
-, C1ogd: ... *. SiMJloudOolonypropo ; : In ill l kinds of Real E.
MaUlnlonThljrfek fifty "tentsT tion. De'Vre' leaving stated to J. M. Lee, asst. supt. H. U. Meek: tate.-
a
. Mr. J. B. 'William of Pen-horn has which we understand will be used.lor Valley Gazette representative that he secretary and treasurer, J. R. Gilbert, Fire and Life Insurance and

"""" """ --------- returned tpuch Improved In health after the accommodation of colonists while was well pleased with ibis section and liorarlan Miss AllceQverstrpet: pianist Armour's Fertilizers. Rent- ,;. i
a month's stay at the hospital building their residences. St. Cloud and had purchased.a flve- Miss Alma Griffin. Daraca Ulble ing and
Collecting Rents'
a
Orlando. Agent G. F. Parker informs the Valley acre tract In the coloav on which ,he class-Pres. Mr. George Gardner; V.

i. THE LOCAL flftD., i I Mr. Emory Campbell formerly of Gazette that an accomod8tlontrain will build a winter home. Mr. Decker pres.Mr. .Patrick Mr. Bob Campbell;Mr.secretary, Non-residents.Specialty. Taxes. paid for

this city", but now of Baltimore Md., fur the ben id t of the workmen, at expects. to return for the allotment.) Collier: reporter; treasurer Mr. Guy Gardner Harvey,

t pent a.-few day. ,here visitingold St. Cloud. will be run over the*Sugar Rev. J. .?. Thompson; representing Phllathea Bibleclas*-Prea. Miss 'El- \'
Belt every Monday morning till farther he Florida R. O. 1
this
"" friends week. State Anti-Saloon Leugue, MEEKKtesimmee
-----"" -- " "" Ktsslmmee olseMoon; V-presMrs.Lena Barnes; -
notice leaving
at6:30A preached> a routine" sermon to a large ,
Found-At the side gate of Mrs. ): M. secretary Miss Ksielle Overstrtet;
Wade. the'l'uner.I Orlando. Aultman's residence lady's shirt- congregation at the Baptist church treasurer, Miss Virginia Tiller. W. Ela.

New spring good; at H.C. Stanford waist. Owner can have same bv call- The Runnymede Hotel has been ant Sunday morning at the close of H. M. S-Pres.. Mrs. L. A. Minx; 1st.Vtpres. -
, rented by the Seminole Land and Investment which a collection was taken fr carryInll' Mrs. H. Pfann 2nd '
Co. log on Mrs. Aultman ; V-pres.,
? Co. and will be used on the good work of. the League, Mrs. J. L. Kearaan3r to'M. to accommodate ; << ,
. .
Dwellings) for (.rent .apply '. Mr. H. C. Harrel \'et rned this week the St. 'Cloud colonists and a goodly sum was pledged for H.'N. BrattQn; secretary Mrs. J. L. W. L. jfj DOlOR

Tiller. from' a visit to hi. son at Tiger Bay. until a hotel can be erected at the his purpose. On Sunday evening a Moon; recording: secretary, Mrs. A.

Extra attractions. at the Electric Mr. Harroll' reports that section In new town of St. Cloud work:on, which. union service was held at tbeMethodst U. Jarrell; treasurerr Mrs. McPhatter. -

Saturday. 80 very prosperous condition.Mr. we understand will be begun in a church but on account of rain W. F M. S.-Pres., Jdrs. John

Pierce Gardner of Naranja is-on a .G. IT.: "Wbodaff has the thanksof short time. which came In a steady downuour; Overstreet; V-prcs., Mrs: J. T. Mitchell .

visit to his parent. the Valley Gazette force for a luscious ery few were able tp get out. Those ; secretary, Mrs. McPhmfer; treasurer -
Mr. C. 'W. Ward who has been In who were present, however, enjoyed :REALESTATE
ofVicksburg .. I.a I. watermelon which would have ,-Mrs. Mason Tiller; corresponding
MI.
O.IJ.| Comer, the North for several weeks In writ* -M:r. Thompson's graphic description
H. N. Uratton.
guest at the Park. ; weighed! fully thirty-five pounds.Mr. In K to have the address of his paper or> the fight made bv the leaders of tbe secretaryMrs. !

Doors and window screens made to J, B. Speer returned to Oak- changed sendi the following encouraging League before legislature In securing -

order at.Baias's shop. .. land I last Saturday bu expects to ref message.: "I believe that the; submission of the constitutional KISSIMMEE FLOIUDArallr..A
turn some time In August. when he Kifsimmee will h ive such a boom 1 amendment providing for state pro-
!Splendid assortment dress ginghams will\ begin getting his land ready fora next fall as the people there never ,Ibitlon.

at 11. .:. Stanford, Co. full crop: dreamed of." Dr, J, C Davis reports having purchased The Gray stone ........J ur8a.A

Mr. N C. Cole of Ft.! Gardner I. It 0 Meek as aeent has sold the Mr. Fred Hill returned to his homeat : Cypress Island about a mile' "
.. .
- spending a few days In the city T. M. Smith place to Warren H Blatcheher Narcoossee this week from Charleston from hereand across the lake from MSSIMMEB. FLA. I TILLER |

, LeohardVLlIiaru.. of Lough- who expects to move his family B. C., where he has been attending Its owner, Mr, Hansen. The amountof

Mr. the here and become a permanut residentof Porter's Military Academy. Fredis the purchase price was not slated,, I
man spent jesterdav in city. Klssimmee. making a splendid record 'In school but must have run high Into four fig On Lake Tohopekaltga. 1 Real Estate Agency.uuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuW. ..
'
Master George Morrison is spending and brought home with him two handsome ures as the island Is considered to be Hunting, Fishing Shooting, .
the week at Shell Hammock. Wanted to Purchase-10.000 to 20.000( medals !which ne won in compe- one of the finest for trucking In 1<'101"' UaUilng Golf, Tennla, Roque

I for t acres of cuto er.t\mber\ land suitable tition with his fellow students. Ida. There are four artesion wells on Cricket, Clock Golf, Baseball l. .. Realty bought and sold. ,
Mrs. Tyler will leave Saturday for farming and stockgrowlng Send 11. fine
a orange and peach'orchard Trap Shooting.
,
Wisconsin to spend the summer. particulars at once. A. S. Nelson I Mrs. S. E. Douglass a resident of and has produced as much garden Terms: 1112.!O to $3.5Oper day. Houses rented. :f

, Next week next week, next week KIsBlmmee, Fla. : with KUslmmee her husband In its pioneer formerly days ran, who the truck as any place its size ID the south, $15! to 921 per week. 1 Taxes paid and. Titles vera,

Wade the tuner at the Gravstone.Remember Mr. Takach of sanford! Is having! old Tropical Hotel. died at a liospi as the soil Is peculiarly adaoied to ified for non-residents. 4

: .. the piano ,goes sure In his live-acre tract, which he recl'ntlv', tal in St. Louis MO.._ last Monday that uurpose. It wax a surprise to To Our Friends: /. Fire Life and Accident. In- f '') 4
i when *
It
", July ; keep your tickets. C. W. DANN.j purchased from :Mr J. W Lilly, tiled nhero. she was being treated for a ser everyone was learned Mr. Come and try a meal at the surance.
and put In readiness fur a lettuce lous malady, Since leaving Kihgiramee Hansen had disposed l of. it. as duringthe .
hotel. SOc .
Single meals :21! Indemnity Bonds.
;
ElectrIiTheatre.. four ; he ha.
Pon't forget the year cultivated It he
and this fall
), celery crop Mrs. Douglass has made her homeIn
_ TUt"I>ds's. Thursdays and Saturdays.For Tampa. was wonderfully. successful I and amassed meal tickets *10. Rooms tl .per 1.r.'V' ..........__ _
day
Married at the residence of -the considerable from the sale
money
all kinds of fine repair work on bride in this city on Saturda) morn- Editor Williams of the Florida of fruits and vegetables. -

:: furniture go to Barns'sjob shop. inir last, Mr. Manning Starling and Chrl talc Advocate published inacksonvllle The Warsaw ( Ky. ) Independent ROGERS' LIVERWORT

., Lad Il's' readj-iuade skirts In all Mrs .Martha Elizabeth Henley, JudgeR. ./ spent last Sunday in pays the following tribute to the fife H. W. THU MAN, TAR AND OANOHALAAUA

styles and colors at II. C. Stanford A. Bartow officiating.Sewlog . the iheguestuf Rev. and Mrs. J. T. and.character of Miss Jennie Lilly For th. complete cure ot Con..... Colds..
Mitchell He preached at the mornIng PROPRIETOR. Asthma and Bmoohltii and all LanzoomplalQUndtuK
Co. Machines for rent by the laughter of our fellow-townsman Mr.
, to couaumpiioa Liverwort .
Mr. M Gumberts, of Denver; CoL week at the Home Store. Agents for service of the "Methodist church Jas. W. Lilly who died at her borne Wild Cherry, have for sg W.s an

\li Is one of the latest ,arrivals at the th -.Singer and Wheeler& Wilson Ma- an excellent sermon urging: upon hisongregation ai thjtt place on Friday, June 4th: RtablUhvd reputation a. a andard eonahremedy.
the Christain duty of It oontalu. no opium, or harmful -'
Miss Jennie
Park. chlnes,sold for cash or on Install was twenty-three years
-j-!
UP-TO-DATE dmll. can tx glrou wlilij tifaty to ohlidra.Pitee .
Use Plank's Chill Tonic. Guaran ment plan. Call and see them. acquiring. knowledge and understandng. of age at the time of her death and \.00.\ bold ouly by 0......... I"barmae7..
I
her life bad bl"elone consistently ::1-_ -S
teed. Price 25 cents. Sold by all For Sale- Two fresh cows, I - -- -
$ > Jersey The well for the experimental Christian
um-8 new throughout the years of its
.
.\ druggists. four and two years old; both by Sultan garden has DOW. reached ab:>ut .Vhree earthly tenure She was an affectlon- and Your complexion as well
Mrs. F. C. Bryan and children have of !St. Cloud: guarapteed absolutely hundred feet In depth and URowingabout 'ate and dutiful daughter, a .faithful Sign House :

.;. gone to Wsrshahllle," Ga., to spend P sound A. Vans; now at Fell's Point. Address 75 gallons a minute. While church member, and In her nature was as your temper U rendered .../
Agnew Agent. ,
,
the summer. this Is an abundance of water for the Closely inwrought that goodness whfch '

\ Mr. U. D. Guice and family left this 'Mr. J. W.. WJlder and famllv. of garden, the promoters desire a well to some lives seems truly innate a-d miserable by a disordered ......
.
morning for Lovejoy Ga.. to spend Marion III., arrived last week to make that will demonstrate the possibilitiesof which usually flntls one of its chief "
1! Infe summer. Kisilmmee their home. and rented the securing) water for I Irrigation in expressions In that kindly considera Painting liver. By taking Chamber.

: S The best tuner in the slate will be Oliver .cottage on Main street. Mrs. his locality and will have it sunk ion of' others which bespeaks the generous

. I here next week. Wade, the tuner, at Wilder I. a sister of Mr. J. W Lilly. I Vlll deeper. and unselfish heart. ain's Stomach and'Live'

I Mr. and Mr.. J. M. Willson, Jr., -- .
tbe Grav t.one.fJ' Three acre* of the famous Englishpea ,.
t are expected to arrive 'in'the TIlL LATE C. Tablets[ can improve
There Is plenty doing in Klsslmmee land for rent. Produced pea that, from-New city on D. LEE you '
and everybody w.b.o: w nts to sold fur $8 per crate. Two good flowIng -' tomorrow night York where
now
and
: Plasticoingi both. cleanse in .
Paper Hanging They
they went a couple of week ago for a *
work 'is hard at It. wells on hand. For particulars address needed Resolutions of the Board'of Trade
much rest for Mr. .Willson
Tickets on piano will be given on all K. V. Lanler. Klssimmee.. Fla. after a.. winter -and spring of very Upon His Life andCh rader. :vigorate the atom ch.and.

. Account paid between now and June Mr. Harry Kogero wlo Is playing strenuous business life here in the .. .
-:*: 6'.', .1st. C. W.DANN.Mr. ball with,the Sanford team thin season real estate world MrsXWIllson: is rhe following resolutions upon the : Improve the digestion.

(t" *. ,TTTCTQUIntrand; :; Miss" Efflebverstreet spent last Sunday in the city with returning merely for'the sea voyage, life and character of... the late D. C. Lee Satisfaction Guaranteed I' .
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\ "fk-; have gone to St. Petersburg: Mrs.. Kogero:who. I I. the guesfr-of jf'lr' : and will return \to New York, shortly were unanimously adopted by the ._ *: / 0 .. _: For, sale by all druggists.; .
r 1L', ,to spend a>few week '. ..' par ot..,Ur.,and Mr.*. S.",L.-',Uupfer. to spend_the remainder. of the:summer. Hoard 'of Trittle at its meeting' .on MOD : -- ;" ,' :..

"r: Mr. -Leake Mersbon' spent Sunday Rev. J. -Geiger' a, young ,'ministerial Rev. B. H Guy has sold his residence .' day This night Board June of 14th Trade: has been called : - '

and Monday; in the cltv visiting his student and a son of the late in South Klssimmee to S. H. upon to mourn the death of the GEO. A. GILBERT G. F. KKIBBS,
aunt Mrs Bearden. Rev. L D. of is and '
Geiger. \oopka, iullock, returned to his home Irst who has been removed to a higher ATTOANI :V-AT-LAW. .
J The Missionary add Christian Alliance spending a few day In the city visitIng near Tampa. :Mr. GUY has made KIs since CONTRACTOR.
sphere its organization. Mr. .
will meet at the Christian church his brother Mr H. 'D. Geiger, of simmee his headqsft.tera for the past D. Claude Lee was called thence by -----.- . Office in the Court House-KIs-

of 5, next Tuesday e\ening. this otllce several years during which time he an Inscrutable all-wise Providence WILLIAMS'/ KIDNSr PILL simmee. Florida.

t !Mr. and Mrs. Henry Newton and Six additional surveyors have been has been doing mission w.rk In the some weeks ago. He was a resident Har joJ neglected your KldDaj Have
Nettie visited friends at lower, part of the countHe has yon overworked pour .>nt'in and With whom will be associated In tbe
ndded Old i-s' of this for
'" daughter to the corps at the Soldl community twenty Qve tI.rd : *
caused with au'l Madder
been.untiring In hU real for the Ma.ter's trouble a trial of the law Ortn of
Center Park Sunday. Colony, and it is now expected that )-earsur more During that time he Have you .,.i... In lolna, aide beck f roli .and causes
Messrs. P. A. Vans AgneRand Jno. the surveying of the entire tract will\! cause. and the good results of engaged In a number of business voca- bladdert Have foil. bb-appearanc of the Massey & Warlow, of V ,
his work In this county will be felt for' far mpcolallr under the eyeiT Too frequenta ,
't M. Lee made a business trip to Lake be completed within the next thirty or to come. tloi s, and manifested'a, decided Interest : desire*; to pus urlneT If 10. Wllllarai' Kfdner Orlando
land Monday evening. forty davs. many years In all affairs tending to the uphuililiutf Pllla will cure yon_l Drugjlit. Price Me.. Hold )
--Razor. Handle :Mr. J. M. Gardner returned home and\ good of the community only by Oceania. Pharmacy. l o-
=-- Buy a Gem Safety Mr: T. E. Speer of Sanford, who
Tuesday from Memphis, Tenn where Ue conducted himself an to inain- BLISS' ,
and 7 blades for $1.00. Guaranteed has rented three acres of trucking .
, by Osceofa pharmacy.: land from L. H. Ingram moved his he had been In attendance upon the tIt In and establish; peimaneotly) a reputation _ _ _ 'I..
Annual Reunion Confederate Vete > for honesty and Integrity T '
-
: See that your piano tickets are numbered family her .tallt week and i U OCCtfpy.Ina rans. Mr. Gardner Is highly pleased possessed by but few men' His genial DR. LESLIE W. WEEDON FORSPRING -
\ if not, return them at one for Mr. C. E. Franklin's cottage In
; with his trip and states that the citY a..dlJ\ ....unt disposition rendered
W DANN.. South Klssimmee. i
C.
exchange. of Memphis left nothing undone to him exuemely uoimpaniuuable and Ear
l Miss Ruth Jones returned home The machinery and; material lor the give the old Vets the time, of their made him u favorite among his neighbors Specialist-Eve', ILLS.

t S from Rollins College last 'week tot new. drain tile factory to be startedhere live. On his return became by way and friend Still! being la the Nose .and Throat...... .Jo- '
s t>>end the summer vacation. by Loveless & !Uewell: of Winter of Cai-6. Ga., where he was Joined prime or life. no one thought nf his :

; Mrs. Harry W. Thurman left last Garden, has arrived and work on by his daughter., .. W. P Paulk, early removal; so that when It wa Springtime' is slcktime. '

-- week for Philadelphia,- where she will the building and sheds for the factory and baby. who came home with him. uuuouoced: ihm. he had passed (o his Private Hospital American National Purify the'blood-cleanse'

spend a month with relative.. ,will be begun next week. for a visit. reward. there was general sorrow In Bank Building Tampa. S
the entire community. His works the system-by the simple
-J Mr. J. P. Sharp and little daughter M/. and Mrs. L. H. Cohoon left The culmination of a romance along the line of Christian activitywere Florida. and -effective roots herbs
Monday Tuesday for Dayton Teon. where they which had Its.orll'lilln Klssimmee, oc- .
Maxine, left to visit relative ,
-: marked hi. Interest in all ,
-- and friend at Tiger Bay) Fla. will spend K few. weeks.. after which Mr. I cured Ip Philadelphia afew days this. work very being eUD.tan'; 'rellular and r' 9i14 barks- contained- -- -_...in-.--' .'- -
Cohoon will return home, while Mr. ago when Miss Mary Paalzow became
- Miss Helen Jones left Wednesday. Cohoon will go on to Nebraska for the I the wife of ,Rev. M. A. Cossaboon, systematic' ; therefore be It resolved, T Jft. RIVERS /!d. D. NATIVEHERBS'

for a month's viall.to friends and rel remander of the summer. Mr Conaboon was, a year ago, pastor by this Board BLISS
1 I' atlves Lajceland and Barlow.Mr of the Christian church in his city, That in the death-of Mr. D. Claude PHYSICIAN AND SUROEON ,
5- Six of hoslerv which time Miss Lee we fl"el'tha' we have lost one of / -
pair during Paalzow
has arrived Viking gunrao- visited .-
r.I Richardson
S A. A. Office Osceola Pharmacy
.. anteed to wear for six months without her cousin, Mr*. W. J. Sear our most representative, upright, over "
The is
from Apopka to assist in the work of cost but a half...
sterling and progressive Citizens
I' school building. hole in heel or toe for aI.OO.Writ.. and Miss Sue Watson and the acquaintance ; I I Residence 163
anh.btngtbe new That community will miss his LONES. centadaytoridtbebloodof
ten guarantee with each 1 dozen pairs.All formed at ihmt.tlme eventuated f Office 148
'r. Darn your stoAlngs wJth a Singer sizes for men women and children in their happy union. The minslstratlons and his philanthropic. -,.. .- the poison that causes
> Darenr. can use on any Dewing Machine at the Cash Store.. may28tf Is of efforts for years to come; Boils
X groom now pastor a church 1 In rK.. J. W SIMPSON Pimples and other
I 75q each, at,the Home Store his native state KeQ .ucky. The man That we commend his example of integrity Skin .
Eruptions. 200 Tab-
/5 Mr. C. C. Giles, of Sorrento who Kluslmmee and uprightness to all wbo .
friend.
dr. J.-W. Simpson left Wednesday of.-the couple will!
k him 'DENTIST.Up.tairs lets for $ .GO. A Guarantee .'
ew !
for Ocala to attend tbe annual reunion rented the McLean residence in wish for them every happiness and ,,

--- of the State Dental Association North Kliiimmee some weeks enjoyment that connubial bliss can That we sympathize very deeply In-Kau Bunding. to cure, .or. inoney. back. a
,
with with the family and friends who .
ago, arrived bla family aDd' bestow. are so '
'"- Stove woott! delivered in t.own'. household goods )last Saturday and bereft;; t I 9 a. m. to 12 m. AskforaBHsagk1m.
OP'FICE HOURS
: .
1.00 per strand. moved In tbe early partof the week.. Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Nelson, accompanied That a copy of these resolutions be f j.30 t(} 5.30m> and learn fully about this
16-tf KISSIMMKE!: LUMBER Co. by their son and his' wife, Mr spread upup the minutes of this Hoard, Telephone No. 76 Jun o, Irr '
of Mr. James Goodman and Miss Beu and Mrs. W. S. Nelson all of Wlch I old-fashioned remedy.I
For Sale-A ram. capable pump and forwarded to the family! with the -
lab Ivy were married at Barjow a few ita. Kans,, arrived In the cltv Sunday
ol that
height
log 300 gallons of.water to a ; assurance we mourn not as those MidebyBLISSinWash.
60 feet In 24 hours: Apply at this office days ago. | Both these ,young peooleare last for the purpose of Investigating who have no hope.
,well and' favorably known in Kl*-' the truthfulness of the stories printed Respectfully, mgton, D. C. .
sMuJiiiec, where a large circle e>f-friends In the Valley Gazette relative to our .
C.
Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Cull and little A. Carson
will wish them much heallhfulness
happiness and our climate our soil 9"L. WI
H. C. FOR ..
.
&AUBTJ.
last Stanford -4 .
Harriet
daughter spent Sunday '
proiperltr. ,and our opportunities which they have .__ ;
W. J. Sears.Committee..
and Monday with relatlrestt Sorrento. been reading for the past two months. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
For Fused<< Bl-focal Glasses see me. W: HAMPTON.
as you will look for them In vain else The gentlemen are making a thorough RBSIDENO PHON 3.$;. KISIIIIHCC.Orncs .
I Miss Emme Moselv returned to her where. Office second floor Fraternity inspection of conditions and thing Call for Meeting; of Democratic PBOHI 0T FLORIDA. .
home in Goth Monday after an extended Hall. Open Saturday 8 to 11 and 1 in this section, and while on a visit to --.,
visit here with. her sister, Mrs. I 4. Prescription work a specialty this office on Wednesday Mr, A. S. Executive Committee.
W. W. CARSON D. D. S.-
t, Geo. W. Overstreet. DR. P.G. WHITE, Nelson expressed himself as very Members of the Osceola County Ex. Sprigg flemjng.-

Wanted to Buy-Home iq: Klslmmeet 1 4 t'rt.o Optician and Refraction highly pleased with what he- has seen ecutive Committee are requested to DENTAL PARLORS. ,

with large lot and 6 to 8 rooms. ORA'NOB!: GROVE FOR SALE.-situai so doubt far, the and that he saw no reason to meet on June 26th 1909 4b 10 A. Mat RIVERS. : BUILDIMQ! CLEANING
correctness of the statements the -
court house Klssimme
also with 4 6 rooms. Give -lo Fla.,
one or OVER OSCEOLA PHARMACY
ted. about three mile from
'- 'T cation price and terms In first letter j 1 1Vddrcss I I railroad less than Kisiimmee contained In thl. 'paper, It Is for the purpose of recommendloj.uoCfdlor PRESSING . -
on one-quarter such men as the Nelsons who
have made to the Hon. W !
I .Jobnst.oo. *
_ Ga1celts. "
,-Inqurerr| care Valley mile from station =- .O..IO.-Hou". l I DYEING-
and within 100 yards. populous and prosperous tbe barren late County Judge and Judge of t&1f- :: ..
'1
-w15 .,, 'of church and school house; thickly) west of a few years ago. and'the addition County Court. T. M. MtmpHY REPAIRING :
-S Mr. W. B. Tally, charge of the settled community. Grove contain of such as they to our town HEALTH AND VITALITY
Chairman
I" St. Cloud survey, states that this portion ,. 12 acres about 50 large, bearing )'would.add strong! link to the progressive ? ..oyT.s ....0''...,.. PIlLS Leave word at my house'and cloth.

of the work Is progressing rapidly orajige trees and over 400 grapefruit chain we are now welding. ..Piano. Tuning. The Crest Iron, and toulo restorative for man will boo c.1In.\ .. a.n-1 returned. t
and .
women produce itrenKth and
V and that, so far as his department ,/tre l also nearly 400 rluilty.bulldi
; peach treesWill The party has visited,tbe beautiful and Next week: Wade the tuner, will np tae system aDd renews the normalvleor.
1 concerned, the allotment could now be \ sell. M a bargain. For partlcu productive Islands In our lake and oro- work In Klssimmee. Orders sent In to For iele by dracilrt or bv-mall |l.w per'
#- 't / made in short time.\ lars, address Box 283 Kisslmmee.Fla. nounce them little short of paradises. tbe Gravstone will be attended to. MS. S boxes. f.r. O OO. Sold oalT b,- ( eeotaFbszmscy. Satisfaction GuaranteedI

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PS W PROTECTION : "WATERWAY! _PlO'ft.' DESIRABLE.Unfavorable ThiIfTON'ACRFAOE SAYING' MONEY__ fO e'UNCLE SAM.,, :': : isMiii 4


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; Report.in Regard to Deepening All Government Departments Trying te
the Miuilalppl i River. ,
"

:Yellow! Peril in Hawaii Ha Taken Washington' D. C.-A blow was given . Probably About Five Per Cent ' Reduce E ena.r.';-,_. -

,. tile: proposed fourteen.foot deep wfiiway 3 % Washington D. C.--Evey- govern- RIVER : ROUTE.i -

International Turn. .<' piojcpf from Su J.&tlls' lo- the . ...,.}'DeCreate. ,--. . .--.--.-.-.moal;_ II'Uu nt..n. Washington lab -

f - gulf when. lliy board. engineers. reOI't(1 -' dOII' its utmost this time to (' l11N. 'i 1 "<

' ., to '('011&1',81that Kuch a w- i tmate for the next nca1 year STEAMER STEAMER .
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GROWING LILLJm .
APPEAL TO THE is not GRASS INfiELDS I the very lowest posltio The ROSED.
MIKADO teiwaj desirable; "be- watej- Captain Clay .obl\aOn, Captain Clay John.on .
way would cost $128, . _. !L frcitjunt-io. veeltly trips to return. Rosea.< leave .
- On that
- 1\1 lilt lion and JO.UOd.OdO( ) annually for ; day "nil. balances Jaa B8eI1 er.\ K.

EcUor.of:, Japane* Paper' Allege That mulDienance, the eiiRlneer .nay E ceive Rainfall H. Retarded Growth must be tru'knd.. new accounts .1ee morning. and arive. Friday .venlnl -

'J'lIf report, wa baeed on a survey., : Hil of ,
PUnt of Labor
R.ahto'w.n Violated when'Hi. Supply
t.t many of the bureaus have been al
f thu Mississippi river by a specla'llioaia l Comfortable, accommodation for pajseugers. natea r.aaonable

: Office Was' Raided: I of entdneeiH! Tlie conclusion) Fairly Adequate. their Wil' ends for month. past try The. picturesque Waterway In i
V tog to get things in such bliape that moa FlorIda
"I. reached by both boaidancl '
+ the special -- .
f Freight Rates toCLY
I they might toialsLfitl.V) recommend .i Faaseager and apply -
Honolulu, Hawaii- -The situation'! \ th&jegnlnr; hoard-of .'iigljifprs\" .are New OrTeaiiH, I.n.-The "TiroesDc'sicociuf H uocicuae in the ; of JOHNSON. SR.; Proprietor. .

glowing, out ot tile, ii,die" '.unent by the I practically the came i In publichlnR 1 I I Its lit ret I'l'pul'l( nfllie for tIre eJIJelldl'lll .. __-,t- "LJllIe' FUk.EARTHQUAKEJN I,
l"plrolk board
'l.Xt >tar b'r ,
-S Jtraiicl juiy of nit ,M .< nue.n lc.udi-.ts Thereport of ih.- regular board .t cotitin ('roll] cit I P119. HummHri/c .. .., I hat It In not dJ'fllrnbJ-! ('OIl>lIrll.1 ."us many ;'J'
111 1.111 folomu.
__..._.. lllllf 1,1 llu 'UI', '''' I' [j. "g. :,. U-LLIUJ du cj uali trout .etIivr. woi-klnrf -
lion lallurlM1'1 It navagable chunnel fourteen feet "Iheie tniH IJ""II a liiodciale deIn :
I > uitm un InuinuI a hat, dhilp. uu the 01,' im-
JJ.I I (linn wlicri M*. .M-KUIO/ of I Ihe edjtoiial deep. from St 1',0'11.. or from Chic /Kto c'r( a"p Ucicuge/ -piutulily allollt. '< palling i tie thai utter t'01,10)11 ot the woik ] FRANCE LATE NEWS.NOTES; .:. .

HtulT '.1 T.I. IMuji. a kical J..,.. the mouth ,of the Mlio-Lsifjppl, was per rent I turned out n ----- .'

aiie.<- pui/ncuuonr 4 wno wu" mKeii Into based on ..!!lw ..conclualou of the spec" Taking Ihe belt-I its a whole I llu '1 lie navy SOL General.At "

tuMiUv, wlien I the Olllce..r that' lal board that onlv c-oinmeice oilffl condition of ( he jlaul It lives much rell\)' Mtvei"<,\Jlurtnpnt.has ? through Gordon, VI ., tramps are gIven '

Jjapei wui. muled 1 I.>. the authorities Ialnfrom/ / sources I that do not at (to he debited 11..Kld..11 'ai I that $10tHloWiO( .be Great Damage I* Done in the loaf of bread and a cart ot salmon or ,
\\1
made fc ot cheese aid directed to teU'kUI

cue- foielt.li ollue ul oklo or I t he 'nu till* /pieat .('()et 1 of a fcuii'teen-foot wateiwaj ( ', uu a ink., lhoui.li iticteis i a for the ,tomnng jcal., and Seere Smaller Cities and Town ) where they find the door open
Jallou>> 01 bis '. pood, deal, of ('oinjilulhi in some beet -- -
u'"uIY ilghtx lay IJkktu.onti iry la do evei.bejtei them They build a .fire,
The alleged violation\ 01 bin rights. "CKOPSTSecretary (Ions Ilid 'fcuvlng ul( least I make themselves at home and go
BUMPER Aiiionhe' fiom he cotton 100 PERSONS WERE KILLED
| reports (
aa a Japanese i iiuje-ci, gIlIU'UUI..I'U* \/ $15ioyuwu( 01 ':W.ouOOOO. 'i hen there whenever and whenever they like
I der the I ucat.v i otiwtcn lIe, hell of nninital fcntuics' IH Ihe fOil l-' IK tile -Itullui. .
,, nlli-d department of ugi e, the M. .. E wife of Cap-
titates and ;Japan; he sets fculh in his Wilton, Say. Wheat Yield lowing from Austin Texan lleaKiirv. ihe, depurtruelil' of commtice -- j' lain Mitchell Hairy :IJc1ltl. .. .;
Will, Be a Large One. ''Thai ('cull ul 'I'c'XUH Is without a llIll'd army
coinpiaint, coiihiMB in' llie Bturch ol and labott t the Interior depai-unem. Many H uses Wrecked-.War hip> in military ,' the Washington
his ofllcc and (1h0 i-ei/uio of' IIIK pi i Chicago. 111.-.lames \\lli-oii Kecro cotton ciop, with half, of I the mont I. and 01 irer a whkh will come into line Stale
the Harbor Their college al Pullman, V. usb.. hascompleted
Shaken From
vale papers and doiunients. bv me itirltorial ,'.- tar) of lII'rh-IIllul.. c-u ionic from of June' BOIIP by, may be a stale cf lieioit- 4iie pre-Hent mpntli eiidx, aid for cutlets theie what
atiihomlea. wit flout due proo. i'uma Iowa bin home for Washing, affairs difficult to ImuKlnc yet UK hIs how tliat way or anothei they Mooring. II

cess of law tOll pamed through lien. lie baa the .case. and to farm 'I'S of thIs. have -been able ole to cut down government --- II believed to largest American

_-.A.! ) titcii itO Jjlieilfftllllum Jlenr" made. ,an_,JmrllRalluti. us_ .1.to. the I"rJ1ouH""II' eel-lion )It 1 in a bud rtallty .expenditures' g..ltHly'dulng. ( the flOE In existence It Is one hundred -
to und -- --
admits (Hat tile M'on'h| and hc.l/m,' In t Ihe went and expressed the! *ThI 1s gennallj admitledThrouph nexl > ('Siiii the r.. IIe.II\e ilepanmentis. Malr..IIfK. "al'f-From 75 I\1 f..t inwidth and 1hlrl) n"

was made by font ol ai'nn and wila i uplnlon .that there IH evuv outlook flit( the rural preclnctH, and it Is believecl . V 100) d'ae and I 100( Injured IB the latest feet deep l Each cf t Ire t Ihlrl..n al-

out search wurium.'*, or luutev uf law for Rood times for the farmer that the name conditions exist i lie army, the navy timid' the, t estfmnu'd total ubualtles] . -QI, be if" teinule red and white stripes is 'Ihreo.eel

but claims thai tin papi'in. hii/cd ton -I 1 cannot buv amthliiK p bout a new throughout tIre Mate and most of the of agi leiilluie me I ttiu I hl'te l"IIII'm"'lIl mo suit of ht fiilhquuke' whkh devnat.ii sIde whll. I the Held] of blue with

....lrfe'ldf'n(' ol criminal pnrjjoM. 'Tain'I deal. if I ilieie It unoiher out Moutlinuit The male department of expensive ot 'I the gov ei'linn lit ue ed huge whip stars Is twenty-bite feet
ul several in tin
tow unu Milage
iculute in thhI\ 'until' title nit .ejuare .* tlau etr-t'pthi'd I across
and thai ccinilnK' I said Hc'crt.tar'JI"OIl.. 'The rust > < ins ,
,the cam (n cit the i 'nin\ >r\ )tart' I I tmeinn, with I? the a.ouranee .
are 0niu| lu NUROIO foi ICUICH II /h.iias I I 01' I'I'OKI"'I"' | aie excellent and the ntuteiuent' Jn I fad theie Is so little I thai t these liu\o mule"i ifellj 'ut their toil t the'rnmoM jail ot Fianoi I -, I pintlenlarl I 1 tbe trout'tif a I lliri'c "tory brick l build

lal' linve h"I'n cotton In the ( ic>und that a coinpnrlxon' in lltuiull fiiinlKhPH a line Impound foi full
been damagtdNefcoro me IK i jcilc tug O''fLlt! ; expense "account '01' t lie ntxt ..vcaitluie ) Ih(' \1:1.0(11. of IIJ. a
vtu4 leuircHtid, lowll'I! t the'> iliinK will. he a I 1'uld.bn'ukl1ll Ijclween I I llie acreutte (.f f I thu- will, no lion In. lie easier bit-nth. und Flout kits elu HI""I' orpH i if (cade tx M nd cuR i-IK and, bandsmen .
\ c'111, ) ear und thai of last IH next to llpossible lined In militarv' eirdtr
with tT. Sogo TiiMi-thi, up
Y. and K. Kawa tug in jdmlnlMiatloir ciieles. 'I hegovt.juine.in sitifi(1lrig TH n ported I fl urn t the- '
,. tnuta or t me editonul "Krafts/ ol tin, I In MiniiniiiK! ,; iii) I Hit Hhent Hltiialitin i About tile only .ullon'dl I dtlltil. wuiih, h.i8 Lei.ilKiowing Gr.'t Th 1 ,' Lion) of Ihoulllri. the Kienchmiilti n
Mippu -und '1 lie Jljl: uinn uidlc tun'ntnrelumed It 1i l.iruelv, / a question of weather If jsrown: ut :the (ireunt time HUH Ijeenlatsed laigcr f'ul day to da} hUh remoter ,JIII..8. O\H to -H lick til,. I mllk."II' department Moreowner
I tflmoh) jccl\iblvely li, ( lie 'lint and I the' lie'c-e si-iirha's ot In. IK
\ve.ilher
we I ( ulil iliuoH 'too long the > 'bl..ue
4 bv the of died
kiiinn juiv' < h.uiii gl"1 nu .mal uinount tout tin 10 = has been
tbem \\ IIi, conbpli' IIIK I in indiiiii'I. Kin 1 buivtm 1 will Ije dela\ed and ofCUIIIHC hoube methodMemphis' Iii n-ill bc'Y.i.,_ coup i cuts uuil ci hers" who .. he uiilval l -f ru-'sltsulu'v, .11. 1 1.11< eel in ,the I i 11.1.W'k it tidy fur burial.
.
tleiux t themarkc'l. t."I 'retinTho i (Ujmmer'eidlAppeal casualties? niav be ) \ me .
later t. 1\(1) .
and uniuwliu incinociH and an pledged to dttin? vvavs and lU'UI' The buttons of tin walHlccat. I of the
I liuve not. been south nnd levlc'wliiK! crop condltloiih, lie liii.I I lOins bavt? been onllreh -
kno
. ueafiB. of 11I1"lI, llilon. inciinif2 iui It )1! i 1.1 ia.11,4: I the goel HUH-lit Illt hou,1, ,] u-i-i. | "-nilwhich ecii-l 1 $tCiO.-
ExcebBl\e lainfall lias 'uus'd t i setirelKd. fitilll.UIB I ol Siv a
cinl\ t he4 eondition Uv but Mijb I "
i { riot, and t threatened violence' to p' c- lepoits 1 efriimutes that \11 be nubmltttd (I. \ ( (III( i.nil were his favciltejems. For
'I' uncle i HI and t thai I In 'R 0 111 C' 'parts the much grass> III cotton nddu t-OM "I l annul and Ho nchc Wet C "'
| *en and hlnelt-l ( lie lUjiiolulu hits b I the 01(1,1J
( lu
Aalai, f itmiebtt ,111"I \a I this I leason I the* exec'menu t ele-c'leleci I they
barvcHtln has ulrc'udv, eomnienctd tbe Mississippi" river. ) dciilollstt-d\ |j\,- t the ea m I ,. 1"
ayKwavulalua and KabuKu pianiaiiun.-' I I flits Hbinct oltli, vill fuilhci t < phonlcl be bulled
The w"atfol'r of (lie lab! week ( 1.iiinbi ", which Is 1 inilet Aix with him coffin -
"' from him I iris i 'lulu to b(' anothei favoiabic '- "'oJ> 1. IUU Til
tanjiiig" on (i.eir cut utun t tonimiiK'i'B iitkt
JHIMIU-JH Ih.11'101" is a wonderful wcirk IK
of
fair hot surteiccl, heuvlhMaitcilles .
and however and mouth 11.
M Negoro, 'tone" iliei with. HOKO. outlook. Tlrtlprvest bus been IIr9K'I..s hold ot t llu-in. I 111M t fiand hut tin :\ of bton/e I
and 1 Ihe
was made III 11 II I\'u lionAnoll..r earlhhhcieks midI HI cl 1' I "PI''r] |'
I wlflc delay 1 I iain
n UjXlhe In thtmiddle '
'y. Taal und K. llie < il.t. m.i liii been led far rulj"0
Kawuinuia' I u'- \ ( SIt i" too II
: week of bright wain i lioui teal I to unJnlf on cost IICHI\! $11.1\11 H .
1 .
lui.ning
'three named beiiiK minibciK, of i ,In, west iiicKielln inv, state( and A and mot C (fftcUve. uim)' undnavy hl''
weather ix needed to the III lall' mlwe tclt I thrciuchout ,the -; so lifavv that' fiMirtein im n re
put weie' '
onlv
lie I ihlu/f t that c an be .ald ID crop st. all
editorial ,
nmrf of : tun lie 4
: Sippu. allOl'h'i JupaL n> vei Hie ci M.
thai i II looks favorable. all over the good shape \\OIHI, ports aie a leclved hld111 HI MCI 11, Wljile t darriuge dourlure c1iiii Oil 'to ('itt ) II Hie will nl thelaic \ '
nese \.bkh has tiu 1.
papei inken u picini : a\ C 101 lll'ulln"1 1 aijd t liougii .. .
c otinti' .\ <' fiom :Mlesl' Fljlpl. where until \us nut Il I icat I I 11'1 I Iliusniallci \I I ('bane- n d .11 cccii.The ; iiMlc,
cent In I the t oneiHlieH )h. 'fIul.
part nirlne aKltailon( wi c no to rtfe t uvdiinuutuitliti :
lust week the main were V"I i v heav\ i that I tit| tlTctt ul state' leecixet, his collection of .
.' 'ach listed fur ball In Ihe- t-uni < i Bib( iMLULLIMi( ( PLOT. washing t the upland1- and flooding, tb i linmpciid bdi til too MMIIOIJ-. I the' H i III l'I.I.. (,.k were set i IOUHl picture, I ''. which eot him }S 4'i' "..ulin' .
1.2150. pending I llie t iinlshlng ol U list ul i II, ])1'11111' Unite ma> inIhe
I lowland... The mu it-age ill the state \l' 1 hiiititiosu.' a town cit .olid IlhllJ.- and M*----now \t i'm-th nine h more
bonds or cash bail nnd all toui of sonic, di* aie:
I Inspector Discovered Nine, Nude opinion I'I'O\
'
: has dfe'rease-d as a resultest !'Ijnts. I U: mJenciiliwcbt 1 of Alit sev \1rc. ) Itit wbe ipaid
:11 roe.
J In jail A dvii "J fjutiuiiuiid from I he H'lt'1 >
Clilnamii on Steamship. \\ of t the \liHb.Kslipi| |> the crop i- 11101 e_. lioilbie-s collapse I mnj el ht peltuns In have been, .
JU.Ncgoro U uiul 1 alone. haiti ; one' hundred and flftecnvents
pieparniR' i to biliifi UI lit) lu >.o tiOt :_
Seattle VV avh. - lijimiiu ailou or.1llal. in fair (condition rcixniH ficitn 011.: \ weie I killed Trocijtwe it linintctlliliU "- old
court proteedlnKB aKUii.nl tne teiiitoiv. of UK iiiib In I the 01111 i di'pi1; "nnieno when she* dird at' hot home
.. after. p.liklug up on the wharf home and 'lexa.-t txlng excellent. 111- hurtled (here to s< b in the
'tor OOOOO .11 PcI ti-font al tae,. Ohio, recently
,
\ damain-H. claiming thaJila : probublresult III a lou and IPllr
1.tra)' Chlll..e. who admitted that rainfall west ot,. AikansiiH und Ixiuisi : \\11 lor dead it !trijuied peivoi.K' .
found Ihe
\ rights as u Japani'tie' Birijt-vt: WCMCinvaded \inpiomcKt-i\i') inoxrain of ud\uiKt' dllJI" I Hcei CI eif leniKcvltv' In her
'
# be-e lime over a stowaway on theUieutinlneiii ana, except aloiTg the coan of 'lexu. btiildiiiKb also fell at KiiMiil, .
when Hifji: 11..ln \\ 111111111 nit'ul for mnneaiH 'loionu1 One or 11..100 of ciithiK onluiis l IW)Jci a da)'.
; .\ lItter, \Jl in nt'eotu fearelic-d ban not bc-en rxtu'seiciurtiu. of leas les hinl at Alx- II vtirmeell! 1'lll >
Henry raided I the offices of Ihe Jljlof the mo*) inolileiiiH' e\er known ('hicagu's olden woman pins be-i faith
the. easel and discovered nine rucjiusiniiKHl'cl Is deficient in moisture but ttic <11'ul wax paitlall) d inollsllcd I Flie dltiiibnnit I--
: wnich Negoro: IH eel nor, nnd nei/c: :. roolles und a Quantity of plants looks well find IK K owing oellll '' c xlln I iiibliod the I an' lam:IMin ____
Alleged documents MK! and cIgars.lrtrpctcir The plum geiivrully is smaller man, (''i 1KI'W I <* 'hul bl (-11 1'(011(1\( 'd I the? street nitd ("Uhl ('I tti'kc't i >' and Washington.

; 1 ?REUUISALL-SuMME.L C. K Keattev. who IH r I luJ, I jear but whe re nol oveirnn wit ii for (expclidiluie III tile < w indov\ palace I l'ltiIetil: Tafl futile lbs
fH( Hf. I 'MIL' .
lua\v. man xtepped. Into t the sail lotker KiaSs 01 subnieigtcl Is healthy. pailmi I Tile ...110. 1W4'**' fill lirat Rally opinion of Ilhl.
Senator of 'tIle Hteamei and fell twenty :MhowerrB; In '1 PAIIII and Uklahoiu:. JitIfl'AN: -"-- t lliroughout 1 tlie whole south of Kiancr, HoJdlor 11' tin. Mowers
i Clay Talks of the Session Jr. WLD. to what. i I- u i.lm 1Thu
of !
? Jtei Ihioiigh a hole 111' the (floor would be benenc.al. while fan weutlier 'r aid thai lhv rqualltil in seveiil' )' I IheeiiiUiqiiake Ill lrpild..ntlllh..11

? Congress. alighting' Hejuaiel, >' cm top of uin* Is needed flt.c" ,>\ heieliiymMM I of ) '1 he violence ('f \ ucllon llie .."II noi uener
Ii ,Washington I). c.'e will guul: Con of Democratic. Leader Will, Marry 114. ul 1 finds t Hi it I diii Mimed bv the
.... in de CKHesc': ) : 1-urlbvr. investigation .ibe shock" ajijc-aied (to hare bemniialht no t t :'
'be-liere until the l let t of August and biought to reveral leather : I tUtU June 24th. the, I i Toillon nltrd inln-i ,
.. light buck- t I in \ \IIllil\t pharrnirropn r'l i mu-
\\i probably until the let of beptembei) .
'H'mhllllKOt''lIlIlPnt mall Milwaukeeli> -\i Iliam JdinliiRRHron \\' Ihcie were I laiv be deemed udulteruled.
/ pouchetc, in to -
I ... .lIal
",BaM Senator Vlay: of Uvorgm 'ie piciI '- fll'cd with law "bilk and u number of Two Killed and Four Injured .in Street .Ir. and Miss H..I..1 Merger,'. .. (01.111' I II.i I\I'I In KOIIICplaces I I ihe' HILclall e |nc tbe sesHlon of ('ong,"'II. lie had 1 t of Alexandei' ' ni" .
Hi wi'lUKIIOXMI .
boxes of expensive Manila cigars The: Battle at Meadviile, Miss.Meadville. dlu"hl..r i ger, tfl) Me. lieinsii tile '11 line' -an ii.ni > 01 pin-It V ,be i laii.lv stated
It concluded
JUt
>,', of the teadliiK the newetJalIrport .!>HKB of silk are supposed 'to Inivcbee \lia. Two men at'" J : ( the JU.that agrain bllnfts airompanlt (he -i-bocki upon ( he bonle box en either contalnnt -

I*.. flmnee committee action.... nh of )jhe benute 'n taken abouid with the mail"BRAZIL'i dead, two weie" peihupx, fatally wounc. thaler. will he. married. lhur<<- I"ncltr 11.1 prov, 'lulons of the (

-lh*-,portionof the lailtT reference bill whlrh to. .11"1. _ _' _.= ___ ed, arid I twcj.oineih_ tnjbilInjuied I in daJune place, at the 24. t'-olotiidomcummer'Ihe (.r..nwn) will home.tgk"' STATUE OF GIN. LEE LNVLILED. I !pure, food 1 u'l. whatever .IB clet.e-rlbedin
a blood' Street battle, Imc, aged l'\ tne sit '. must
Ii', had remained- unacted upon. PRESIDENT DEAD. of :Mr llemgeilit, iJiand Splendid Monument Erected to Memory I'lurmn'opia "II..k. )
J :::x "I observe he bald : jarilea to a bitter leud that had been Llf" be entitled (10 (that( name .
that the
com marked with After (he wedding; the will of Confederate Leader.A'lcksburg .
previously coulJlf
tlugedy. Asa
I'riDlUee; has placed" a tariff on bidet! Vice President Nilo Pecanha Succeeds result ot the affair, feeling here live at 'UC1Ol Ariz., younn ,..Miss.-The stene'of the ('onlllonl In the southern states f,. ..

'I and also on cotton bagging; and cotton to the Office. run high, and scafe troops were'ruih. Hrjon hag extensive Interest launched Confederate Veterans reunion tor led Inteiestlng; topic of conversation .,

_\., ttoa.Ve of the south are not no Rio Janeiro, llraicll.-Ur. Alfonso ed Aleadville from biookhuvet, \u hy his father. transferied from JUemphls to Vieki-\1 between President ; Taft and. \

much concerned about the duty on Mffirelia 'Penna pi" esldent!' of Hrazil! Miss Merger: is a strikingly hand Hooker T. Washington. . ,\ "
f guard against ]>oB ibility tf i lot Ing. burg ,and several thousand of the old '
;, bides, 1>ut New ,England need! 'l'Ji': )J8 dead, ."lie,was<,utrlckeu!' with influenza -, Those lulled la, tbe..affray, were' DIt) *.oni<3 young' woman devoted to :oui- who folf wed'Le.e. in the six. asked Washington for presldent.at.; .,' )

think that she can lax our people ou u'n' June 2.- and although quita A. M. Newniau cleric ot the:! chancery dom: sports; ed\.oted' and'accom- soldier.? witnessed the un9eihing. of tbe Ideas regarding t-E> '
_ Uea andbagging wltbout hearIng fiouI seriously 111 for a lime Improvement court of FranklIn county, and' bila:, lillnhed.. tea etdtue to General I Stephen I 1) and industrial problems Involving "'

I oS far. we have remained!' very wan noted until the president suffered" 11. Reynolds Di. l.I'noxewm&IJ.: ; :14 hlrol The splendid monument designed nepio He replied that in his opinion
quiet In tbe present contest, but un M'lane ?NURSE lilVLN 1.1. I the ('ralnlnof t Hie in
a Hon ot the slain man IB believed '10 S25ODO. by Kllbon stands In the NatiotialIarlt "q.o Industrial
llea'l. am much miotaken the demo 1 he phvHicluns succeeded In prolonging have fatally Injured and Herbert Ap ypoii, tie exact Cleat| from whliliieneial IJr..ull wan hll\111 I the effect of obtaining -

rauc senators will be heal, from life for sonic hours, but tiio View bllc'. un acioiiiey may not ic-eo She Nursed Former All ( Lee elirected the moveintnof : for ( (1... retried, of the

{from this time on. The duty on bat,- president, jiasbed. away The vice: er as the tesiill ol his wounds L.UImetl Through I lne.Sweethea' his troops during the siege ,ifik.Bburg better 'I"m"lIt of 1.1 white a. The

J g1nt alone wll COlot our -people. a> president' Mlo )'('('8I1ha, has assumed. Newman another sun. wa1101 Hoanoke Va.-Airs. 11 E. Mayo, a \ Two little bo) II who unVblled president spoke of I.IK dc'.lrc t lo do

.Jeaae ave million dollars a year and the. executive ...powers. In tbe leg. The three were taken to t linliird nurse of this )'. has been the statue were John tl L('.' all pOHBlble to eradicatesertlonal teel-
'I.e> 'will not submit without et
[ a pinV :.Natrbez' tor meuical attention\ all"'I' notified by a Danville. Va, lawyer and Lee Harrison grand.olJ of Ueueral \In/\ that had clrvelojed bitwecn the

I t, $t., SHOT LIKE RAII ITS. having been formally placed under arrest that Captain. William II Hlackwel. Lee while the generals. son, BI,'. and the* nuith -
'
TWO LEADERS MEET. ---- Two men named Boyd uuu whodied (here recently! lef es welt Lee o Chicago, Blood at their: Employees actually ut work In build
r;, Consul TeltsStory- Turkish I'urr alleged to have been Involved In tale worth $25.000 to her side and directed them lag the Panama ennui number _

'Cdbb and President Matacres. the affray, were slightly wounded OUt As a girl, Mrs Mayo and Blad. General Clement A. lvaha. commau 26. 835, as shown by the report\ t of I the _
1'1' Taft Engage Tarsus.-A foreign consul returned escaped, and have not been captured well were sweethearts!' She married der-ln-chlef the Confederate Velei chief ,

1 Engage In a "Joshing" Match. after a tour of the scene of the April L* P. Prltahrd, a brother of CorneliUB another man, and was ten years auti arts, formally presented ,the statue to QUrlprmlltr. Of this number -

_ }.'.c Washington D. p.-Tbe Detroit massacres He confirms tbe previous Prlchaid, whom Lir Newman left a widow Some years later she the' federal government ou behalf of the ; emploves] and

JbaaeUall. team champions of the appalling details in a report In killed seven weeks ago was arrested nursed Blackwell. through an Illnesit MIIBIK.lpll and tbs Confederate labor remainder'roll, The are on the "slver" or .

nerloan League, wan. received by the course of which he says: and charged with complicity, u.. ---- --- Panamaralrld force
/
esldent Taft In the east room oft Two thousand laborers were shot tragedy Newsy Paragraphs.Another When General Evans finished and number 6,078 ald I com. _

- : ;white house. Each member of like rabbits at Hamedleh and In he Ihe killing of Prltbard by Newman Colonel Wale..OI. arose to present mlssary force 7R6 Thus the total J

ith.. club was Introduced to the prculat surrounding' fields Their bodies still was the nisi bloodshed to mark a feud chapter was added to the General Grant, who had been delegated number at work beth on the canal .

by Representative Denby of are lyIng. as on a battle field just that bad existed between the iwo. record In tb so-called "turpentine by the eetretary of war lo receive and railroad Is shown to be 33,699 .. '

hlgan., whose home la In Detroit where they were working." men relatives and friend, for mal>' trust" proaecuton. when officials of tbe statue, a storm of applause The report states that 7JO laborers .'

When "Ty" Cobb who led tbIgue months. This bitter factionalism hat the Stores Company. broke out and continued for neatly from Barbadoev were imported 600 .

in batting last season was pie.JItSd Alabama Pleases Taft. Its inception In I political caupaiK ie,.euilv convicted II the federal : twenty mInutes. of them' being assipmd to Ihe rall- ,."

to him. the president graspe.lhand In which Newman and richard w.rt court a't Savannah on the charge oad on tbe relocated Hue, and 250 '
I' of tbe Georgian warmly and Washington D. C,-Governor Coi i opposing candidates. of entering Into a conspiracy in restralnt SEABOARD REORGANIZATION. on the three construction dlvllliona' .

d; mer of Alabama was with President Newman was tried few weeks ago of trade filed an appeal in the of Ihe canal work
"",, Tuft discussing southern matters The I United States circuit court qf appeals Foreclosure of the 8. A. L. Property
**!. believe you and I are fellow cIti.1.ip. for Pricbard's murder and was acquit J. S. -ulate dairy and food I.
Abbot
I of.August, Mr. Cobb." president referred (o recent impeachment ted. This served to arouse even mote, In New Oilcans La. U to Be Avoided.New of.Texas, having read '"i ,

bti-modeslly replIed that he was of an Alabamasheriff for nor de*- bitter feeling among: the relatives and William Dollar of Iowa who- stole York City.-rDeflnlte action toward the opinion rendered by fioHritor Gen- -

L.oud to be a citizen of Augusta and fending a negro against a mob and friends of PrIchard and he Newman three chickens last April, from a hencoop the dissolution of the eSaboaid eral Bowers to President Taft on the

fellow citizen of Mr. Taft the action of Alabama troops in defending family and faction. In Brwyn. 111, has been sentenced !' Air Line Hallway Company redfelvei- question, "What Is Whiskey'1 has

TTIie only difference" between u.s." a negio against a mob. He The fight occurred almost on the to In the county hIp wa. taken here. Although no of- telegraphed 'president from Den- .. ;

.ponded same spot where Prltbard was slain. jail. Judge MSurely imposed the 1'cial statement was Issuod, it was Ion. Tfxa.; as follows: 'Texas will

sin i, "'|1... that down here they think fee Alabama and other southern Numerous volleys were exch.ngu.. sboitterm sentejue because Dollar learned that the general reorganizaton follow" Roosevelt -

Ott are about twice nn big a man a" states leading the way In breakingup but It Is apparently a matter dounias has been In. jail since A.prl 21 awaiting t.onomluee bad met and pi act!-' whiskey rulings '0 Honapatelley diluted colored \

am." mob law to who bred the fatal shots trIal c"ally agreed upon a plan of reorganization spirits for Texas." ,'
by which foreclosure of I the
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KX-Kherlf Edward Callahan, famous is lo. be avoided and the existing At (he white bo"pe IH IB on
property
BAPTIST WU1'TBAUFO3TER.( Heirs to 25OOO) Wanted. HARK IWAIN'SADViCE_ TO GIRLS. throughout Kentucky for the part he Brat mortgage 4 per tent bonja high authority that President 1111 has

'I- --- Cincinnati Ohio.--Twent>'-flve thoi played In the numerous llreathltt not offered the
..,ey Reiterate Their Belief in -Doc und dollars IH Ivlng: In .the safe oft "Don't Smoke; Don't Drink ; Don't county feuds, was shot from ambush will remain undisturbed. to former ambassadorship toFrance
to off the ceitlfftate I' Secretary of State
Money
pay .
,
'trines Attacked by Profetsor.'Chicago. t the German Deacon ness Hospital Marry-To Excess." near!' Jackson. Ky., and lies! fatally t and other immediate receiver'obligations Bacon nor has he at the present time ._".

HL-The Baptist minister awaiting the!' fll.dluor 'heirs to the Baltimore, .Md.-Mark Twain came wounded at his home In Crockettsvllle will be raised by the Issue and any intention of doing so. report to .

inference b> a vote of 37 (10 14. de estate of a Mrs. Tredel, who died ct" to Baltimore to talk lo tbe girl giauuates sale of Income bond H Is expected the contrary notwithstandingPresident .

ded against expelling from mpmb..I'Ipl that Institution following stroke ofapoplex of St. Tl moldy'* school Holding to be void under the la..aof that the reorganization will be '

Professor George Hurman FOB ) The money IH In bills oflaifte Following Edward F Martin of New New York certain trusts by which ed without assessing either elec.pie Taft has been forced .

_ r! of the University of ('hliago (denomination and was e'arrfulljKUKialed !' York be said that as Mr Martin bad the testator sought to tie up his estate fened or common shares through the Illness of Mrs Ta(1 to
litise invher clot lies, together with advised them to what shoulddo postpone his '
published utterances as they
on rc'hlg.its. D Cady referee In the Is planned to retire J3.000.000 of proDoped sum
subjects have been crltlcliced liviptist her will and other Important papeit" he could only t.1 them what they suit HerrJk.three daughtersof I collateral trust three-year and mer Ill until fall Although ne has .

] ministers HS being; heretical: Cigarettes Under Ban. should not do. broulbt Yrnaea del ten.year 5 per cent notes before ma made dt'lInlf announcement heretofore
Val
ti lIot orthodox ;I --- hat.lLl.: 6iycung ladies derided In turltj Aa now outlined $3,000,000 la it had been the president Intention
i The adopted resolution Is 8..alll.'lI.I'h -. The new antl.cigarette do.. t favoJf plalntl.
a reamr DnI tier I the ( to be called In on December 1 and to depart In August on a ten-
non by the ministers. or ihelr elk laI.U 'now effective. It Is the smoke-tbat. Is, don't smoke to 10. dowager( duchess of Manchester auI $4,250,000 on January 1. 1910, thereby weeks' tour of the west and Alaska
ee to the Haptltit Church of (theIrlet opinion of the attorney; general's office I am 73 1 2 years old and I have ; auiomatlcaly terminating the receivership It has that the
Natlca LJster-Kay and dt'velopk
Emily
in the deity of Christ the Hlhle thai' IAn) person who has 'hem In smoked only 73 year of that time Lady The plan also provides to.- able to pOIKlhltyof
Yznaga are entitled to an equal division Mn. bE'lnl accompany __
is
drlnk-lbU don .
"Dont t dnn.-
Itbe cardinal doctrines 1 of otthof his IB subject to fine and '
possession 860. the the dIssolution! of--the voting trust on (he president with safety is slight
of $356, principal of the
rt'gardleB of the beliefs of t'roLor 'exposition police will enforce the to excess.'Don't .
Fowler.rSHOEMAXER"g5. ( marryI.melAn. to excess. I trust fund created for them January 1. 1910. A saving of not lees although she Is making satisfactory -
Ini'irlsotinicnttondltlon ban 20 cent in fixed charges IK
per progress toward from her
recovery recent .._.'
i beta Williamson of expected under he proposed plaq Illness.Roughly -

: : YEAR OLD. I of Crops. 60YENMEH WATCHtS T1LIBUSTER. Ind. agetjeihV.( lost her Jdlanapll. -
I
speaking, It in said that
the
BRYAN CANDIDATE 108 U. S. SENATE.
to save her baby U'er from fire In .
Neticoefce at Edentoh
Steamer N. C. --
The ,
1 Lr0" Man Says Father la Still Washington. U C.- general average annual Importations into the United

'..-, . Living. condition of crop growth In the Being Closely Watched. the. house The brave little girl. died Nebraskan Stat..tan Will, at Once States of coffee. lea and cocoa amount

Janla- -Oa.-= :Mansfield Overlon. a United Slates on J'uneT.. based on Edenton N. C.-The presence aeic In a pll't'ran'* arms Begin Formulating His Plans to $100000.000 ft\ ) ear. three. fourths w

I ,negro boy, was given 30 days. all crops reported to tbe department of the steamer Natceke. whic ho The plant the Pocatur Cereal Omaha, Neb.-William J. Bryan I Is coffee, nnd the repaaJnder about equally '
of agriculture was announced as' approximately mysteriously company at Decatur, 111. I lhe'1aest
e utockade by Judge' liroylcv for recently In the race foi United States senator divided between cocoa ahd tea.. '
lag a pair of ho..s from Uncle 4 per cent below the condition at' Elizabeth City,, after having been corn mi In the \orh'. hal been deflro from Nebraska This statement Up to May 31 las-t -
June of last but readlne > by fire The loss Is |R50OftO WHS there were received .
I Heard who in still a shoemaker on 1 year put In thorouogb for sea service made by It k hard L. Motcalfe editor by the postal .
be la about better than two has aroused the The was built two years and department 59-
pb ugh 95 years of age Untie 8 per cent government 10afcllvlty mi ago of' The Commoner Mi. Metcalfe
741 I nftitions for rural
In ears last year's under the impression bad capacity of twenty thousand says free deliverymall
appeared court to testify He > ago Representing tbat arfibuBteflng will
Mr. at once begin
an '
HO formulating
service .
lt
)H84 of a
T .'h. was old, but tbat his tatbe, acreage by 100 the preliminary estimates expedition i II organizing. bushels of corn dallv it made grits a campaign His name will > which were ad.versely .

->,Rich. Heard who jives in Mad- of acreage planted this year, Raleigh, N. C.-A dispatch from used .brewing. beer and other corn tbe primary election ballots goon he reported) .upon A total of '..
rural -
I 'Morgan cTounty, Georgia. 'b4 the as given la full In tbe supplemental Edenlon say tbat the Namicoke left rroducts John Shehv, a fireman,. tbus hoping to show be is tbeVcbolco 40637 routes were In operation .
f111'onbisn. being I 120 Elizabeth City for South America. killed by falling timber. on June. 1 last, served by 40,068 '
:. I report"Issued are. of the people. Then all I legislative riers. Of the-1,563; petition pending car ,
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candidates will pledge him support '
/ 3,358 remained ,1
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..a Q a a a a Q Q a a .Q Q come; she had thrown. off her hat I NEW LAWS SIGNED BY THE GOVERNOa
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0.t 1 .
., and the light fell on her brown wind.' a *

blown .hair. In her arm the held '

TtTeTlttlei fair, rosy -baby with' both Fla...:..Following ar i An act; to protect appliers! : An act lo Ox the standard.ot. cotton.sc .

TIScEI t his fat arms clasped tightly- around I of lejlHlaUiro Au act to amend sections, 2, 7, 10, tU meal soid In this stale or pronto
: the acts the
; her neck, and budches of violets In- among new ot 11, 12, lad: 14 of an act entitled "An I H MIC, sale of interior ctnseed me.wIToul *

V both hIs chubby, hands.. Dragging I' which nave ;recelvod -the approval a\i 10 1,1'h| etit the adulteiatlou, ''mutyandiif notice to the publ pr <
the governor; imitation JOTl! mubranding -ot cttonlecC
4An ;$ : afd of fooua: th4
back the soft folds of her two .
gown
.certain wwnstatements
OR. act, to require iucoi "oca*;*;" <.'.rami bdV'itag! II; cnndla,;, and provide penalties' for 't
'3< ... more little children toddled by her, campaign '.
'"'''" of exper-aes diluents: or m aiugv ;ci t h... aCl. '
2'a holding! in their arms all the' spring from candidates In primary election' ; and tiquuis, or the? tCdnIJ1 h 1'1 antitalc Au act to require boards of countj

i TRACED BY A DIVINING f ROD flowers hew could got. ToJa was making certain requirements In tlii uieieut In the cunlul..slon"rl to ,..d>ctuiue for bid

< laughing and singing to them all, I form of ballots used In primary elections Au act to amend seullouu H u.i tar ,)u'lc. work. and ruimshlng UI"|

I- 5"2 gBy with her large, brown eyes'! fchlnlng ; requiring cei tain.'duties of.Uispertois -, 18 uf tlie.otoial! : statute of the stlilocf piLes < 'coi nty.m c riala c-astia, .,.

@ and her red lips in 'iirupotly'Identifying JMM--( Flohd4! ickxilujt to h<* bpuiiUry4ilu t-nci providing a penalty ror failure ,
MA.JDID"'Ij apart. .
MARGARET -lu S
LADY ,
"' I Sons to whohi ballots are given ,; < 4 ut UiiucU, and 1-Jucity CDU.I. 10, adveitlseicr'bids.
?' '1u c-Icr; : > 2 m'" Mr.' Irvine drew back-he.did; not primary elections; providing!: for lhabsenting .- 1 04. '.--..' j,, IAn act to''dec1dreChipolia river, "*" .
3 :;-'R; 5a f2Sic;;;? of ,employes lio.m Au act lrovd'iiZ:; for and reqtiiiliijthe ; In i.u Q Q Q Q Q O Q Q4' ,, with his lieartfeoliagso heavy election days: probibltlng to be a
O Q -.. group > on piluiaiy : ; uiuicii "1- \vulle and tujstitflOs IIo" i-cii. in ot "'lctlda.
within: him. candidates mom waking do- I I
tend male and female prh' tuiuugabitieti'eukm,
,
CHAPTER IX.Continued. 1 all It cannot bethe, sane. Monsieur He// watched then pass rustling., Batons of things of value; prohibiting v.neir. wiiuv lu onniiemtnt: .in uu ', Auart VICI\tl portions" ot streets 'I'I
-:: nigaud spoke of her repeatedlyas I from, distributing certain Ibis Jo heat Included with.
through. the grass: with the sunset I persons ouiny jiim oi male, In Ito city
Off bal'9 observed 1 that. thnUFh( he a child, a little. girl; and he won 11 hip sfowly I f..dIn g..tr .1maon..t.o..j I.! "Willing agaInst an. candidate fn to"iFTtSaryunp'ImaIudaTyT'1fl'ov1flT AM cc.c 10 uhuiul' atcUon 273G;; _oi .1'1'1! lunuqeU bj me tinned State* -
not have done that 1C she. had been ) ; .. the! fcelieijil unites of lIIe-state of]| tuifciueiucuTon.h, r' I
'ry
'speaks fluently, his Idiom Is too || r a golden glow and lingering fondly ;
.
I of Inspeclots of the and ;
grownup. tor compensation Floiiuu, l pTovuitn' tor I no amouiif IL'IU lor nnlliuiy iiservallou, 1
English and as a' thorough knowl' . "t daresay It Is not the same," said about them.. Then) he went slowly i' primary In certain cases; Iroscrlbll.g par vaiuu of the capital stuck of intuiuiue <'uiii; .lan., city council: lo close streets, .
I ,
edge of foreign languages will greatly Tola. "I fancy that Rlgaud Is a com homeward, Over the fireplace in penalties tor'vlolallon of tlie Prknarylaws \ companies.. '. liH-iijJed Wllln't.ullucr addlUQ8 "to '
add to. his value In our house It trlii-hi-mdjir was a large photograph of '1 I of the state by officers eh'CIOI... An act to piovidu for the levy Oi ham ic-ttervuuc.il ?

19 tjiy wish that he should go abroad mon enough name In France one of the; Dresden Murlllos. "[ and other peiuons; piohlolllug the use taxes fur i Ute t year 19ul! and lam: An act 'ti-ouulbitlng i ; lire insurance! .

.. for thane two months$ resIde in a A few days passed, during which never saw the likeness/ so strongly," : of solicitations of money to Influence Au, aot.to jnoviclu tor: the leinniat coiuiaiiii. >' iiuuutouvuiuliig > t what ::.

"[! (French( falulty. and do his utmost (o Arthur, waited for further Instructions he said to himself, and It was dearer f primary elections Including'\ payment. nicin on the -doc'Kei of the1 nupio.ii"couil ml* or ('onlnullul, I"a be' pad 'by., 'Lijlil ,
and meanwhile) lent all his aid i of ( piohlblttng lax colic dismissed '
occasion which may not to him than poll axeg; 01 uvf cases uu tit- ) ouiei omijuin agent f'
Improve an ever
,
la help on the preparations\ for his I lora from receiving poll taxes trom cuuut ot clL-uMvllvc:' certi titate. I I net to piuvuic lor .lale .of
ocptir again In his life sister's marriage During this timeat At l last, one ,morning, the lookedVfor .]I peuoiiN other than the one *owing It Au, act: i pRoviding 01>>1' uuu lequliln.; lauds i hut ae: now or may hereafter, "
Tomniv fumed head over heels! Jn letter arrived and was put Into for violation of the In .
home, Arthur became more Intimate and providing penalties the luuibing or t lie elementary piiuclples 110 vc'uifci in the trustees ,
an Or"laKy.of envy ; and Mr. Densfone Arthur's hands It was written In of the prtmaiy law bj members. or ot agriculture and the .lenll'lIt., ttniiilimpioveuieui lutid of the J>tat. ,
.. than he had ever been with Mr.
looked greatly pleased as he unfolded : a foreign; hand, the writing, very I committees inspectors, and clerks of ot civil governmciu In all tile couunuuHC of 'olluU' and n.e tatu board of eU-. "Hu
and- handed over a check which was Irvine, and a warm liking grew up I small neat and pointed: and he primary elections; and for the publication 'hools uf tile aisle of f lot Ida 'a..01 ot me slate of Florida.An ,,>

amply pufnclent to defray all the expenses between the two men. Mr Irvine wasa opened it with some eagerness. I ot this act. An act tutting 1 the state uoard of act toiiuirini, and auinoiUlns, 'f

of both Journey and sojourn In little I doleful at the idea of losing The contents a little astonished An act making It unlawful for. an> ieflMiO.il3 dc'itninti woo ,nall lectivu hut compliolli'i lo l.efiind certain IQ :.
Janet from the parish. She was so I pci-uon or corporation to pay th, pull peuioUs, auU woo shall not receitc ey. culecle ire drainage unUi-r a'attioi 1
the If told hIm
Franco. In most comfortable. hIm. Mr. Donstone had
__.4. useful and so much ,beloved there by : .taxes of any other person or furuls'ithe ''I nlllon.., ) j 111 act oi. the. legislature' of ,,
-, not hn 111'1<)1114.* manner. everyone t'hat the next communication on the money therefor, or for any .taxcollector Au act to amend secllons 3342: 'of UJD. '.'

"I I congratulate you. Arthur. moat Arthur thought Tola's vlsltsjwouldarnply subject of his proposed Journey would lo accepi piijnreiit of \0,1 the gouetal statutes' o( the state ciFlorida Au act .railroad c'omp'aa. ,

111."al'lll?," nald liln father, and his come from the school at Brighton taxes of any person Other( than I he relating to open |irofainlAn > ics and oi leQulnl. rail ten to. furnish .r

jnothei stole behind him and said! compensate for the loss ofJanets where his young charge was placed, person whose poll tax is belni paid I *:a<'l to lequltc that all city.county cc'iujuie) accommodations for, I .

fondl:: "My Rood; boy I am so glad; ., till he remembered how impossible so he anticipated a letter from the and fixing lue penalty for the viol.itlon and luuiiicipul lucoid shall the ti'uti.tnor utlon of'wijito oolor- l
It was that she should ever I theieof. ilini's be lor public iliapet'-' ed hiasseilgers sin railroad, and con-.
thin holiday will bo a great; teat I for schoolmistress, and was astonished tort"l'tve ut all open
find time to mak.e... If onlv R"I/glp- Sl1ph"'k'I from the lady In
y6u poor ; one young; I
man to sit)' so In almost an apologetic upon I tho result of any tilul or cun All act mquli'ng'! the several boarcS! ('u.nlu."louel pf the state of Florida : ,'
lilnfeelums.
afraid of
< herself hurting tone till he was struck by the hot person lent of skill, Hpeed. 0,' power of en of Kluriclu, u MO la) out and reline in lelullou thereto "
; ; but Arthur said qnlckl"Quito >'. color which came Into the fare "Sir: -I have heard from Mr. Alfred duiauco of man or beast and to pro of cuuni) cunimisslunois of the ShOt An act to VI'ovldtOI', service: bypulil.cailou '
up I
true' mother he would have Denstone from Liverpool that lie hlbil any poison fiom rHc-eUIrn; any t the Vat lOuiI coiuinlHloneiH dim 1'1 liln, upon 11011-rc aldent In < :1

Ijpcn even more delighted' than am of his friend and the hurried mannerIn has selected-you for the purpose of thing of value ,be) or- wa vieil upon that I lli<> bouiidur llrrva .of suld disrivinnlrall > iuteie l hl.VloperlJ 'lajT ,

l>ut ." viry '(]oilt folly.! "I am afraid bUh he said : "I know I know ; escorting me to my father's-Mon- any such ic-Bult and to prohibit. uii\ \ lieu divide any voting- din of b\ldlc of contracts .. ;
but where a homo-life Is so perfect In I son becamlns! I tire custodian or upositoty I to ( and for decrees and otter !'
I cannot make It over to hlrn. for sieur Higaud's house at Coucj Itherefore | pet 1 IIIl l 6r piccliKiAn '
Its usefulness and s..lf-a'rll\re as uf money or oilier ihuih adclltlotiul after said service.
any act to confer further oi hiroe'ediustu
and that iproPose
J it In work not play write to Inform you
you Bee ;
i \oiir' slHter's one does not ask for bet or wagt'itd upon any such i 1't earn I II .powers or authority on I the ('11) An act to piohlbll the sale or gtv'i:
I has to from Southhampton .
llnd.lfrl'd spoken repeatedly( cross '
other things; only perhaps one regrets I and forbidding any'hjersun iron urcjIng. Juudl of the city of I'ulatku. a in,,4 Ing away of ceituln narcotics and pro ,
to me about tidying; French so that I. that the should lose it, to St Malo to-morrow night by the Mlstlng oi abl'l t hIIuny; sue-n inoiul| I coinuiallon of the stale u.Klui ; vine a penalty for violations of. tb1
1 imagine French! correspondence( will\ poor" boat which leaves at 10.50. Have case; and repealing section J">!81 of Ida. ovlBlorn lb'I'or. J1 J1p :;
which Is Inevitable
l>e hart of my future duties. I the goodness to meet ,me on board at genetal ..Ial\l'\ 'a of the state of Floi- 1 Au Bet to jie\vnt pollution or contamination An act to amend sections 4, 8, 11, 1

Reginald: said nothing: He was not "She is too busy, I am afraid that time, and we can arrange thefurther I or 1)10 wivters of the laKi-i i 13. 1 U, 15 and lt of chapter 65 las .;

jealous of his brother but he was said Arthur rather' surprised. details of our journey sub I .JaAn act making appropriation for diflclencteh rivet si h earns and ditches In Ih' sumci being an uci entitled to tt

inoudj', and called 'himself I I low I 111KpliitB "Yes, but busy as she Is," lie wenton sequent! I travel as far as Southampton I I in I the' alll'rOIJl'latloll.I mad> stale of Florida and ..ro'HIIIIIII,,; i ,. legalUe \lorporallon of Moo-. 'r ;

A with I a sudden burst of cnthiiKl- schoolfellow I bIhe legislator of 1907! fOivJurois pi nail)' fur I the \iolutlon Ihoicuf i'o-ttIly i r'la. 111 lo bestow certain,
> Mo had no luck such ctanct'sjiev'r with a so .
J aSIlI. which was very unusual withso and wiinc'HSC's eXI''h.iS collection flIeveuUt All act to amend suction Jb77 of tl..> IIOUC IB Iluluon. ,, ;,
anie: In bin way shall not require' you r services till I the Florida Siau ..
calm an Individual, she never forgets I ", and eXjll'lIal'| Kciu-iul ulululub of the mole of Kimjcla An act to p"I'ml the registered yot
Thy! discussed plans' and (placesoil time I name I troops for the IWO ) oaru ending Jun,' I chalice to the Waning of exc-c i. ens' of L'muclila. ltrec'luctlo.. ,7, .
to look to m mothers window -
I through; break fast and boa Arthur up I > 'Yours faithfully. I ;aI>, I1Uf.! lions against stockholder or coipoiaiioriH Lake county, Flu., to deplete wbetuei ''
and smile, and .since H.he has )h(>- author' and directinx i I be allowed at ,
read his own letter, am! went "Antoinette laiqurline! Rlgaud/ An act 1/lrrg nogs hal lo run "
upHtnlis (to answer it by early post I ome a total Invalid the greatest "Mv > oung lady is apparently ex- the. I Irunsfui, of ,,i.n.tiini,) fiom the board An acl to amend S't Ion 1173 1'17lt117b I .large in . yreclncl "

j 3le was writing fast when Uo felt' pleasure of the day Is to sit there rf"pdlnjly precocious," said Arthur of health' I lax fund to I ho pension n. I or tile gt'icrul,. Btututeii ol Floi An act lelailUH to the fvernmebt' ;

Tola s hand on Ills shoulder. and watch Mint Uenstoue go; by with who was l1alr-orrpndpd and halfainuspI fund foisalaile Ida, icMuiliig lo boards of uharmac>, and OmClrb of me city ot Pelaacola f
all the children and to enjoy I the few An act making appropriations In l"loiidii. and lepeallUK sections six )
One. minute I Cluders lie said, little flowers and leave8'and pretty at the cool character of the and expenses! of the stale gov An, act pio\ldliu, that In ceilaltiHutu I wlnly-iollr if) of chapter 45
"and tlieuT will tell you a !good; deal orders he had received "I amne. tieran eminent for nix months of the yea" uou-ruHiciunis Infants who aiwpropui of Florida of 1495\ aa the '
things she leaves at the door. She
Innrp" So he finished his lettei. sent ': old butler 1 nor a laquaideplacp.: I 19't'J! \ und for the year 1'JIU! and for 1'1'1)-' I dbfundant, may be BUI,'v amended by IUl'llol one (1) .

; It off and then turned to his Bister"I'ncle may not have the beauty of her sister I wonder which she supposes me to sit moiiNiH of the year I\\JJ I. ed whit procu+s by \>ublh'atolT.An I(2)) of chapter SS32 laws of :
but her face Is as the very sunshine An at'nJaldng appiopi ration for rules of of 19U7. to the charter
Alfred letter to me contains be. lAd (to I pici"cilbe hiraclit'e relating
a great; many more details." 11<' said of Heaven I beg jour pardon. He "She Is only a child ," said Mrs.Denstone \ | the support und maintenance of trie in civil ('a ell In the justice }>eac>> city of fL-ntacola, 6)I;:

lie has fixed upon"the place I am to pulled himself up, quite scared by his glancing at the letter "and '. foil federate! Soldiers and Sailors'hioiii coiiil<( lu 1 the slate of Florida All HCL to legalize and
own energy I Iceed In Jacksonville 1 Flu. An act defining what snail constitute incoipoiailon the town of
about II. her unceremonious commands pro
I to and all of the
go the
Arthur felt sorry and perplexed ; '" .. A memorial to eongiess due diligence on the parl of u City, \Vaslilngtoii county. :
"Paris. I hope7" said Tola/ engerl he saw how it was 1'hls grave: gentle from childish ignoranceArthur ; 'I Untied Stales jequesung an appropilatlon bank i In I lie- <'<>4l.M'iloii( ot .'duekd, and to declare uie name a I 1
:\u, no, no; quite a benighted: acquiesced, but when he' lor a government; building III drafts notes and olllei negotiable It., corjioiuted' lown,
little plate you never heard of 11'1'your good' man had fallen In love with and Tula again read over the letter the city of Palalka county of I'ul gtluiueiilH and fixing the liability of l A"' act to abolish the mUII. "

life. It U: tyulla a. chance that Tola and with a hopeless, resigned they could not divest themselves ot'' uaui state of F lot id a. maker, chaw CM. giumoi, suicMy and clpal government of the town otBiookavlllc 't

:has put It Into his head Do you remember Rind of Toe"I the I Idea: rhalTt "waa not o1lwrlttf'n' A niemoilal 4105culuguess of the endomoi In tl., county of Hern. 'r
am ashamed to have betrayedmy l'nll.ed Status ,' uell1tlig action to 'secore An act to tegulate the hunting my telling y on about that by a child
like he said "What lecognlllon I of the four nun und establish, "
feelings this squirrel
extraordinary old fellow. Monsieur "I suspect It Is the same Antoinette of the landing ofPolice wild cU'c-r, tot key quail, organize consttute.
diedth ttuulvemary be known i vnatcd
the of Ma municipality to
in county '
must you think of me, Denstone other' wild game }
Klgaiid" Rtgaud!; that I knew. after all. deHeon. America, in ibis .
Arthur had what- in lion pieixiibing' the time: when the as to the town ot Brooksvllle.and. .
no experience 1
The man that made you take him said Tola; "and If BO, she must be A concurrent resolution piovldin.; same may be hunted therein, or killed deOne its. territorial bound* ,.'1
In and J
such within
to Southampton Yes what about ever matters. now seventeen or eighteen: She was I for. a committee of three, one from theieiu and providing for license rled, to provide for It JUr.IO...

!JIm? one week.he bad found himself called about my age, though they said she the senate and two from the house to or permit to nOQ-r<;.I dentli thereof Lion, powers, ami privileges. .f

-He I Mves at ft little town called upon to consoje] two amlcted lovers. looked older!;,' Well, my dearit will ,, confer, and act with the secretary of and prescribing the/" penalty for the An act to prescribe tee time ton f
He felt, ,inwardly amused at .the po- is stale in expending all appropriation thereof. ""*. ... terms of the circuIt court
Cloucy, or at all events in the neigh be rather awkward if It so. the 'violation, .: holdIn
sition. made for repairIng'nd 'refuting ,rtor tb. for the Fifth judicial circuit, ,
l'ovlde prevention
An ac.t to
"It"can't be "said Arthur. ""
.borhood. My uncle thinks he ran helped, i '
capitol building and, grounds, and control of dangerous of the state ot Florida.
,."What doI think'ot you? he exclalmecj supervision .
French family there "Anyhow she has Riven me no time of tho j ,
recommend ,
i.t some rather boyishly. ,"Why that An act to amend section 2919 contagious and Infectious di An act to amend section 71 of a
",: "- .' Into which }. might enter, ,. to live" with if t I would for inqulnIesorrafiybing else, eel. .'general statutes of they.at ate, of Florida ,.ase".ln domestic animate and live I act, entitled "An_, .ct to abolish .
were possible give
} sooner ;
,them as one of themselves: There shall just do as I.aui told. as to the allowance-of tree orxi sfock, and Imposing certain duties present municipal government of She '.
would be a certain amount of shootIng you Tola than any other.man" I know duced rates of transportation! by-com and conferrIng certain powers on the' town of Tllujvllle-, the count$ of \.,

and fishing: and Wolves In the. In the whole world. CHAPTER X ,mon carriers stale board of health for such purposes Hrevard, and state of Flonidtandtoestabtt3ii ; .r.
"Thank you" said Mr. Irvine de- .An act authorl/ing the. board of organize ,'.a. '
forest Colne. Tom I a. not that quite ) Rf1.fon.tltut .
Jeetedlv( "To know that is at least It was a magnificent' starlight night coromibslttneiH of state Institutions! lopurchase An a'Ilo, create the Florida state municipality 10 be know '

romantic some comfort when Arthur Den ltone went on board lands foi a pi lads farm' t its boaid of dental examiners, lo \>rt>- naied. the city of and .to

"But Paris' "But," Artfiur went on, "of course the* Caledonia bound for St. Malo, i erect buildings! to equip said faun, H'llbe r I their duties and regulate II.-' define Us territorial boundaries,, andto
"Yes of Paris would have It not and dlieclliiK I I that ceitaln i pilsoncitbe certificates 1110vide for its Jurisdiction, ; -u'
course you know it is not possible, I don'tsee Though March weather., was and providing manner of UMtilng tcj praclie pwer.
been jollier In some ways; but dear how anything or anybody could cold and the sky was brilliantlyclear not leased for pal! ( dc'iiflati') and dental surgery in and pilvllegs. passed at- the
i i the means lo defray lireexpenses II" of Florida and regulating; of li 09.
me I am too much pleased at the Idea and beautiful. I lie state -
get on without her. I fancy you. In c-c'Mtary to cairy out the piovisions o "the Jll'uctire'or dentistry and dental l An act to abolish the present municipal
of crossing the Channel at all to As the hour for departure drew '
your quiet home life with your mother I his act and to repeal an act herein government of the town of
dream of disputing his wishes ; besides cannot have an Idea of the wear near he stood by the gangway! looking An act to amend sUction! 2295 of surgery named. Wlialon. in the county of Lievy state' ;

I have not finished telling you and tea\!+.of a huge family. We have out eagerly for the arrival of his the general statutes uf the slate of An act for the organization man, and to eatablsb organize ''/

the whole story:, I told you about only two maids now and Tola acts young charge; but as time passed Florida relating to rules or descent a? aitemeut and operation of agrHul and-vonsiltute I t b,'l

old Rlgaud's odd life pretending to as housekeeper governess, housemaid and he Haw n6 one arrive bearing the i I to real estate and personal estate I ural (viticulture) and horticulturtidionptoftt known and deaJgn ted as the t.

be a pauper In France. didn't I' Did nurse and very often cook ; not slightest resemblance to what be | An act to amend B.ec'tion.2674 of th of Floi
4 I tell you about his child a little j gIrl to speak of dressmaklngjand looking Imagined her to be, he began to get i geneial statutes of the method stats of redo An act to amend section 658 or the boundailes, to provide for Ia .1 1!
I Ida providing lor a general statutes of the stBte of FloE the exercise pt same ; 1
somewhere at school? after poor Letty who gets no better. anxious. It was certainly embarrass 1 I tlon of the capital stock of corpora\ Ida as to number of copies of statute tlon powers and privileges, and:, CorAu ':

"Rigaud ? Did you say Rlgaud' It would be like taking away the Ing. The departure bell even beganto I tlons for profit' and disposition\ thereof. act permitting and authorizing '1

I said Tola udd..nlyI wonder string tied round a bundle of faggots ring and he had his foot on the An act atiiboil/.lng the emploj An act lo amend section 1492 of the board( county commissioners of' i ,

.whether It could be the same?" ," be said, smiling "The result companion-ladder all ready to spring I ment of an additional bank examiner, the general statutes of the state of Jackson county In their di.cr.tlonte' '

'The same as what my dear?". would be much the same" ashore at the very last possible moment An act prohibiting the drinking of Florida relating to challenge of Ju- employ an attorney to represent' thfm.aie '.

"Do you remember I went to school "I see It; I know" said the clergy when he was arrested by a jl intoxicating liquors In any kind coaches of at all hearings and trials . ,' :

at Brighton once for three months man, patiently "Far be It from me slight touch on the arm, and turning railway passenger trams and lors.An acl amending sections 2, 3, 4 which the otate Is a pArty In the tO' '
I or vestibules thereof or platforniiconnecting 5388. acts of 19U5. ty Judges court, and In any I
of
until the children caught the measles, round quickly, he saw alady and 8 chapter
ta intrude my own regrets; but chil- therewith while said I
courts In said
county
entitled "An act defining the manner Justice peace ,,
and I was telegraphed for back dren grow up some time OP other standing.close beside him with a I train, or coach oi vestibules are In and cause of commitment of minors limiting the salary of such attorney

"You poor little IndIspensable! changes occur in families, far awayIn gauze Vf.n tied round -her, hat She the service of pasenger transportation to the Florida State Reform school anti| fixing the manner In which oe*'

(Yes, I remember. the distance one may perhaps spoke with a very pleasant, gentle I within this stale, and providing at Marianna; defining who shall bu name shall) lee paid. : ''':

"Tlvcre was a girl there a. French catcha glimpse t>f a day of more voice the sllght forelgn accent: being a penult for the violation ot the pro' (' ; rot what time, and upon Au act lo glye the city of Marlannd '

(child called Antoinette Rlgaud peace" only distinguishable by the greater i visions of this act I mmile ; regulating the discipline a lien upon private property for IworkI\: .

Could It have been the same'" "Tola Is very younlBal; <;l Arthur dIstinctness< given to each syllable of I I An act to legalize the. election the held SIb for piopoi management ot 'said clone bell)' where necesary for buj- .
Antoinette.Yes !, In (the city of'u'auhuiw on school and appropriating\ mon lit health or convenience.J 10
called the
Is she uttered
"This .child words
gravely "It Is a sad thing to havea 1.'ful'l
"No\embei A. I). 1909 authorize
day of for said Institution: \n act lo the county tcoramlsHloners ''t
It must be the same. Well long engagement. She is very "DoeMonsIeurexpect anyone? An act requiting the '.idges of Ihe June e) '1905 AJlovlt of Hrevard county to' r

what sort of creature was It? One happy now knowing how invaluableshe "Yes," he answered now considerably I several lourts of Ih,' state of Florida An =, 10 tequlie common caitloi-c any surplus from the road t'Irll:1 I

can Imagine the thin gaunt, skInny Is. How would It be If the bur annoyed "Good heavens! to stale In writing on ruling on a dmm ." to ]pay lit foi IOHH or .dama luf 01 Iho- n.1 and game warden Ito4' "

looking, kind of prematurely old den of hope deterred were added to What am I to do? I expert a young lei oi motion, which grounds are i eight caim..cxpn-ss buggaKi and !>v.- to I tile rUld of the county.

looking-" all the other-burdens and anxieties i lady-a child Pardon me, Madame sustained us good luw and whun iliurges on fieigl)! and bagage and An act to amend chapter 5645 of the '

"Oh cried Tola, "There never she bears so bravely ?" but I cannot go without her. I must grounds of the demurrer or motionare I reclpiocal, demuriagf(', wihin' I ccr 1- acts of Ihe legislature of 1007,
'eiruled: the time of holding the rla"fl
v Ing lo
so unlike the real Antoinette return on shore lain time ,
was anything "You are right said his frIend. of '
An act to provide for stay exccritlou court of the Third judicial
Even In that short time I "Is It by chance Antoinette\ RI.I I . An act to lequlie tire Insurancecnmpuiilt'H
"I would not speak, to her for worlds of sentence of line In ju.:! t the state .ot Florida. T fjAn
made friends with her' unless-but that would be presumptuous Baud *" she said, calmly. "If so, she'' peace couittt and coUut. Judge' to deposit a wit ccitain h I act for the relief ot George R.I '-

I "She was much bullied, by the -I had the faintest reason tohope is here" I courts amount in cash oi sC'l.ly II" Cauer, sheilff of Citrus county, nlr

other girls; she was called the that It might be for her happiness "Oh! exclaimed Arthur, with a 1 Au act to Incorporate the town of ticasiiicM, uf the utale the i'lorlla_ III* jda: for bus of fees during hu sue.',
.\n t
Frpggle In mockery, and they said With such an example of courage sigh of relief '"That Is well I I Gic-ina III Uadsdi n count) Florida. at' (' leII1'111 I I HI at..I. h pension from said office -

all sorts of unkind things about her ," he went on. smiling bravely, really did not know what to do, and to establish\ a municipal govel rot, ltd ninem'' I xupicnt in all c'am''u I in I th<* Htipicmc 1'10111( t An act fur the relief of Charles .
govfcrnrnenc
for said town, to piovide
I but I am quite sure they were untrue "It would be odd If one were tempt we are off now and t to pifHcilbc I i Itx jurlsdn' wln-M' I lie judxmt en d"'I'i c nhiillb I lint., foi iner ly oimtable Second dls-"

ed to act a selfish part oneself" The boat was moving slowly away lion and powc>,.s. I \ "'t r H"'< oi inodined, and In uhi<- 111 I ol( cumbla county, state i of

"Was she pretty "I think, as far as that goes, that from the pier"Perhaps An act to amend section 10 of <'hap'tel' I iht sripi elite couil I writew I an oi>inloiito I Fuji ,ida. toi loss of fees during hic l' :

"I l'an't say ; one Is not a judge!; of you' two would be wonderfully well now Madame, you will 4fa3l U17) lawn of Florida the send to I the- clerk of I hI c'IT sue nil ,1, 'iialon' .'. urn said olflceu ,

beauty; at school\ Certainly not In salted to each other," said Arthur have the goodness to tell me whereI same being an acl lo amend' Mfcito cases mint t of a the appealed county rtOI or writ'whkl eiior i I act i elating t the recording at#

'Janet's style of beauty. My Impression 'But there I must go. I see my can find my little charge" said Arthur 2,3.5,1 o. i. N, and 10 of au act to In,. lakpl, a 1'cuiicci c opy of such opinion d"l'I": and orders in chancery
and brother.i n-law-elect raising his hat. "I hope she corporate the Florida Chautauqua asoclallon Sa1.Ii'
is that she was little, pale, precious crossing February 1i: IKK'; I ut tile supiemu court. Late.
approved
'with great startled eyes like a the fields and I have a word on business has not been frightened! all alone. of om ; :
An act to fix the pay 1'1.-all ( ( Ullchrlst vetoed the
fawn's I must say to him before he "No," said the lady, and he could Au act supplemental to of "A the n cOy actto \' attaches and certain .expenses of I tin. lowing vI'lor measures, passed by the fo.

"Well" said Arthur, thoughtfully, goes home' not help fancying there was a Lone: ; provide .for the creation:known an the 1'1'0'4klonal legislature laturp: .

"such as she is I shall soon make her "Qood-by, Arthur. Thank you" of some amusement In her voice. of Pemacola municipality now of I'ensacola, An act providing for the payment of An act authorizing trustees of spo

acquaintance. Her father has writ Arthur vaulted over the Iron pall- "She Is not so very young. I am An 1 "and for the government of !said city the present Indebtedness of the Flor lal lax school districts in

I- ten, to Uncle Alfred to tell him that lags of the paddock in which they tolnette Rlgaud" of Peusacola and to provide for Iv ,Ida State Reform shool me several counties of te stste_cCI

- '''he wants his daughter to come out were standing and went full speed Arthur started with manifest surprise : officers and their terms of offl\('", slut!II An acl lo clerical aid Florida to issue bonds other.evki;
"You Mademoiselle he and maintenance for the judge of the Sixth judicial cir- deuce of indebtedness to secure .T ';;
him, that she Is to start at once after Colonel Curtis. The glory of : exclaImed to provide for the support '
jto
Indebtedness of said
,I and I inprovemelit cult and fixing the foi name outstanding
The figure beside him was of said government pay G\
and he aks him to find an escort for the setting sun was shining on everything -
trlct
the of and 10 secure
sum any
It all with tall and slender, but of an unmistakable I of said city and to Bxteiijl An act lo appropriate Ildebtea..,
lighting a tender
uncle I Is the only
her He says my I the government of thf J30 for the payment of the lIer"I>B Incurred In purchase of any rea
whom be rosy hue. To the right of the pad woman, perhaps of eighteen or the powers-of tate
man he ,knows In England of Pensacola and ,to legalize!; and of the assistant secretary of senate or peisonal property tor eUe'
dock of sliver! birch trees, nineteen, not a child in any way; and < city the I tloual the j
-would trust In so responsible a mat was a grove I validate said ordinance and r"s9-ltl.. for u period of five day a,1 t purposes and o .'
ter, and my uncle has chosen me their delicate white bark was touched there was a quiet calm and dignity > lions of said city*" adjournment of the legislature to a-- buildings and matlalnlur the ,

EYes; but I think he cantiot have with soft pink, the intricate traceryof about her manner that gave an impression t An lot to restore 13. McClosky to the Ibt the secretary of the senale In for such provide nn' .-I

"l understood that she" is a grown-up their thousands of twigs and Uny she was older. Her face wa rights of citizenship. duties. election. to_ authorize such j..uIO' ,"

.- 'ouncad7: _ boughs Interlaced overhead. Out of Invisible under her veil. ........ .!.., j I .

... .. "Do you know Tola,,-I think, after tato 1atr; frl'zu.1.or'i' ,. ",awToa..:. ..:rQ.b..ConUlni1e4, ) "- j .
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and our people' will make grea, mistake Notice of Application for Tax: Deed hVVVVVVVVVVVVV VVVVVVV

i l Words of Commendationfrom if they do not render It'ever? assistance Under --Sections 674 and 675

subscribing{ "It advertising .
and
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I 1 of this town and wOl. never repay :

Our Citizens for the Enterprise 'Displayed by:.the Valley''' Gazette' in the Valley Gazette county for the good It parchucr Notlit hb.rebygtveuthat.0.Mou.eegre Tu CnUfloaU1 No..KM dated the. A T ,.. 2,

' Becoming an All-Home-Print Newspaper.. has already ..accomplished although.. Btbdirof Jtaoe. A. D. lager Tax'ClrUloltei KATL'StH

", the owner may, become wealthy .,, NO.'1000, loot. tovr. loes, 1100. not; HOT. no, i 'i

'k' r'__ .-=:.....:--- 'Hilt: USS. 1128.11M.dazed lbs Brei'day of Jifl i
\; . Agnew -- A. D 1899:Tat CertiScates N_ 874. 17?'.. lots
J"B.., Ci. 'Miller. county treasurer-The C. W, Dann merchant-The. paper FrankVans pOlltma.t.erE"ervbody 432,4Mb 4M, 467. 480. 461,462, 463,' 464, 400, 4M '
Wt.since knows that the local paperof 487.469. 470 471. 473: dated lbs 1st day Of July
b...- always ODe of tbe beat, .
paper la
1 Bret class every respect. beep
} any town )Is the advance aarent Dd A.D. hot;TaZ CertlBoaU No.71, dated the .
the entire eight pages .r.prIDLed often the actual cause of prosperitytothat 7th'day of July A. D.1902; T&:x CerttfloaM NoW "
I>", ,M..Kat,, merchant-A most ''excellent at home, I consider I it the ..bestbv dated th.8th of July A. D. 1 08| Tea ..Certlfioatei 9
-t: .,", paper aid sould be liberally im a IO&K ways of any ID ptlorlda. tt de. town. In the case of' KI..lmmee NOBI 116, tea:; 109, dated the 8th day of All our white Lineiie,

*' serves the molt heart support of all and the Klsslnwee' Valley' Gazettethis AUru'A. D. 1904 i Tax CenlflCKtei No.. 51, 82, S. ', vjUiieii
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!. 1''. ported. is an undoubted fact. Step by; 12o,12211't8,116datediii.. 5 h day of inns A. D. S
4 '. the people and the business :men t In step the Valley Gazette has heralded 1105; Tae Certificates No, S5M,dated the 2nd and other w shabezL.!

; E. A.: Nlemerer, balcery-Ills a first particular the signs of coming prosperity by its day of July A.p. 1908, has filed laid oertlfloatci .
In oflloe and hat' mad application !: L
,J f __ class weekly reading paper and contains-* veryIdterasllog 2lttve1'rlJtrv.td.1J1i1Jd1ro1'Taeon.It CtwajLeadyljiiproYeinent' .1t.a.laat: fortazdee1telwietosesordanee my With law I Skirts at $2 and rover sell- g .

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week's most admirable issue of the Bald cartlflcatm embrace tbe following rlb-

'. certainly Is a credit to any entire eight pages: of local print is the I .d property iltvaied In Owsola 'County .FlorIda 8

: ',. T. M. Murphy, mayor-T e Valley towlJ'to have such a paper as the Valley surest indication to Klsahnmee! and to-wit: 2 Ing at half price. S.

Gazette would be a credit 'to| any city Gazette to reiy-OHent It. It is about dawnha' boll' ..6. 7, 8. o. 11. U. 13, Block 8; lota' 8. II, 11, .
the
Osceola county that -h.'Dlockfs; Lots Block 4*; LoU 1, 8, Block 81;
; to the state of Florida. I as near perfoctT.'as far .88 Imow. as "sun-up" of our-'actual Lou. S, 8, Block 87 69
\ ; given way; to the a.4. 7. 11.11. 10. 11. U, 13,14. ; *
I newspapers ever Ket to be. It Is a condition LoU. 8, 4. B.7. 8, 9, U. 12, N, 1A, 17. :32 23, U 8 On cheaper ones a reduction # .

1 J. W. PrentU. ,jierchant Your Issue I builder! up and Is doing a wonderful murk 102; Lot. 1. g. 6, 7, 8, 8H lot 11, NH lot 11, .
and Lou. 15. IB, 17, 1$. Block 108, of the Town oRunaymede. .
of last week I Is a vast Improvement, amount of ,good for our town 8 will
one-third be
LIST YOUR PROPERTYWith of 0
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and Is a credit to our town county.A.
lands data of
1- The laid beingunenaod at the S .9 p
the Issuance of uob c rtlflcal l In the nama;

A. B. Jarrel'l. druggist! -The Valley Al L Loll proprietor graraife-The One Who Has Had Experience of Albert Crawford T. W. Murphy Mary Dlaa- made. gg

Gazette la Up to date, oUp to now' aDd printing of all eight'pages! of the I Valley ton. Unknown. B. lisle, Win. Slqirerly, Robert ; p
in Handling Real Estate. Dormaa, Thomas Port.r Jr.. J. J. Ames, E. M.Boyle .' .
l "the town !Ii fortunate la Having! such a Gazette at home 'I consider the
W. Rbt.Laugblln
D. 8lmmon. Wm
At these
mstltu'tedv In prices none gg
paper. greatest enterprise >e't Having visited the beautiful", town of King, Mn. F, F. Ball Cbaa. K. Smith Mra. EGaekln .
our town. .There Is none better, and L. 8. Filbert J. D.Day, R. GlendenlDgII. .
Kissimmee, met its hospitable.. -, .
J. L. Beamao, fruit Ilrower-The oa It Is the peifrle' of this city and congenial C. Dliiton, J. 8. Dliiton C .. Warwick 0;
up tq will be and alterations -
people, and shown our faith in Osce- charged no g
per 1. "out of .tirht"( -the best that county to aid Us owner. ID everv way A. Huhn. J. 8. McKinley W. Hoblna.. Joseph
ola county by buying some of its I fertile Riley, Ruimymede: Pine A Jfle Oo. Unlem
i wis ever gotten out la this or any other p088i ble. spit, I am now ready to bring some of old certificate aball be redeemed. aooordlng I %
town. will line toe lino made. ;
10Ia. tax deed thereon on "
our Kansas citizens hereto locate and g
dar ol July A. D. 1909
sr t tit W C. Base, meat market-The Valley assist in converting this woodland' into
C. C. Brown, real estate-It. Is tbe Witnesi my official signature and seal this. the
Gazette of last week was as fine a smiling fields and pleasant thoroughfares 9thd.yoJJunsA. O.'l'JOV.
finest weekly paper I ever read. No VVVVVV '
better i niece of newspaper work as I ever saw, -to help build up the''pretty, (feel-y ARTHUR B. DONEGAN WV VV VV VVVV
man could ask for a to! reprej '
[ aoti Its owner well deserves the praisethe home-like city of Kissimmee. giefk\ Clrnult Court Oeceola County Florida. _. .
sent his town. -- ---
j . citizens are bestowing) upon him. By S. I! BULLOCK D. C. '.

fr'7. W. S. Harwell.. -real- estate.-Your I consider Is building H a our duty town to supp6rl and" brlolllnil it. fort Is Your Farm for Sale? Notice of Application for Tax tttttt'ttt't11ttt'tttttttttttttttttttttttt""ttttt""ttttt"", '! ' !! " " !!, "1111l11Gr" '

'" If so, write me at once, giving full and -
abreast these -
paper is fully qf progressive prosperity to 'our people' Deed Under Sections 574-and
times, and reflects muoh credit.,on complete description-price, terms etc.
W t Its publishers.W. -and I will use my very best endeavorto 575 of the General Statutes

6 w J. W. Simpson dcutlet-It was, just find a customer: and faithfully serve of< the State of Florida. II PIANO FREE II

7 simply splendid and I don't see how a those who list their land or city property
,. WinD and surgeon -
t physician
; paper of such high class cau fall to with me. I have had more than Notice U hereby given that M. n. Tll1d.lI.pllrob""r ,

-The paper Is just simply im make our town and county; the banner twenty-five y *ars' experience in buyingand of Tax OvrtlflcateH So''. 477. 47h. 4M.M .
be credit to a town .. 4a'. 4sfl end dated the 3d of A. -
t' mense. It would a > 4M. day July. -
It deserves .
and of the
city county state. selling r'alestat., and during that .
of-l'n thoflsand inhabitant* D. ]luol.! has med said certlflaatei In my ulDce. ::: ==
to succeed beyond the expecta- time have given satisfaction to those and baa made plloaUiii for lax dead to Issue

ious of its owners, for it Is worth an who entrusted their propersy/ to me for In fteco'rd onc.. with law. Said certlfloaU-B embrace E i Tickets on Piano ,with ;

J. K. Gilbert city c'lnrkIt i I" a .'I''IIt untold uinoiinl lu us uhn are.businessmen disposition.For tlie, following d..t'rlbL property Kituatcilu
I Onceola County, Klorida. (..-s It r
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of
the old printing -
improvement over wav and properly owners. a few weeks my address will be
f Ccrtlllfate No. 477, 1..111. Florida Agrloultn-
only four pages Iw-re. It, like our t tG rat Company's Sutxllvlnlon of Section :c2. Town S each 25 cent Purchase
Is the best I t in Florida..I A. S. NELSON. ....
t town, !I"'. Kribhs. prosecuting attorcey1: s6q2S. South of Kautfu t. -- --
Certificate No 471. Lot 12 Floriila Afrlciil- -
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\s an old newspaper\ man I want to Wichita. Kansas. : -
I ural Coinpany'ti HnbtltTlMlnn R. S. Floyd, ICI'ocel.-1t was absolutely congratulate on the typographical, -
.I- yau Tow-nubile, !!. Hoiith of Ha- go Ml I Kiut.CertlMrate : -
the l liest that 1 ever !saw. It appearance of the Valley; Ga/.ett In No 4-v.f. I..t... hlurlda Aicrlrliltu- w --- -- _--AT :::::

I, makes me feel proud of mir town when fact its "mechanical appearance now A WOMAN'S BACKThe ral ('oml'''")''. Siib.llvinlc.n of 8ertlnnlJ.:I Town- -- :-:::: .

such apapor .as the Valley Gazette represents almost equals its literary merit. It Ahll' :t!:>, ,",ullth'hlltanl:1\: .
C.>rtlll<..t<') No. 451 1. Lot 1", Floriila.Aifrlrilltual .
it. wells our I local .bride, to know that the Town
Com. HulMllvUiou of Mootlll 'sit
: AcHes and Pains Will ady'ii
),est county \paper. in the best county; Disappear hip :!">. Kouth, ullt"uKe.1I Rant.ClTtlfli'iile : i I
If the advice of this Kis- C. W. Danh'sprxxxx
II. C. Stanford merchant -It 'I is In the stati- is all home' print. No. 4S.Ixit I'J. Florida'Agrlc, ilLU- .
simmee Citizen 1M I
'' ral Company's Subtllvlslou o( dectiou !U. Town
+ splendid, it isenterprising" and\ speaks, Followed hip 25iSontli of Range n Kant.Certlfltaoe .
',1 welt for the community. It should receive S. II. Hull ck. real, estate and Insurance No. 4M. I.ot 20', Florida AgrUnltualCoraVany's8ubdlvlKl -== .. -- .

the most liberal patronaire from -I 'consider the printing of ,i\ woman's hack. hah many; aches <)nof Section ..U.Town-| - \

q our people your entire paper at home coupledwith \ and pains.fiUm hlp '-.'. South of KaliKU ::11; Kasl.Curlllloafo :??il11111111111111111111111111111111111! +iilllltliillllllllllul{ } 1
tires 'tis the kidney's fault. No. 4v\ Lot ''il.: Florida, Agrlcultu-
tile character of matter It contains -
backache id really kidney ache. pal Coiupany'H HubdlvUlon of Hectiun&: Towhship >
J. Z Roberson tlt..llfi..t-Th.. paper is one of the greatest if not the Thai's \\11)o/ n'" Kidney; I'ills 2&'houth: of Range: .:....t.

i. everything that the most critical greatest! prpcreBsive movements our cure" it.Many. The said lauds being.......A.ed.t the. date ofthe
could desire and demonstrates town has witnessed and it should receive : Kissiminee women know this. UBUHIICQ of such certificated, lu the name >o(>s<>3<>sc< OdGtiGI/06': >coc ocxxx>sc<>(>s<)c<:xxx: :
Head what Las' to about It.: '
that its owner is 1 progressive and In.1 the unqualifiedsupport of all ; one say ul n. C A. CARSON.: J. A. CItA FOIUJ, \ S. li. UUPKEIlPresident
M Nra.l.I; A. Uarnes, Kissiiiiuiee, Fla., Uuleis said certificates shall redeemed ac- Pewsds.
tends t.o'keep abreast of the times. our people. It Is something the owner says: "Dora's Kidney Pills have ordlng.to law, tax deed will Issue thereon on VCe- Seesetary ..

and the people generally should be helped me so greatly that it pleasesme Ito 5th d'Tot III.IY.A. D. 1909.

t .:T. M. Gardnerptoprietor'Pirk; \Hot proud of. "" . ;to recommend them. My back was I Witnesi; my ofOcla'l signature and seal this
f III-Tbe best t ever 'saw that very lame and at times I could not 'SKAI.) the lAt lay of Jl1oe.. D. 1BU9 : ,
paper lift anything or 8tralllhteDafter stoop- ARTHUR 11:. 1K3NKUAN. J KISSI/MEE/ LUMBERS" '
>w' \* printed outside! a gr t city. It is ". W.. J. Sears, county superintendent liiifi Al.v rest was fitful aQd Mornings Clerk'Circuit Court. Oao Isla Conuty, lends : : ,. ', : ,:

-w6t>ttl m<",! to;.tIsalmdleefthaaaov' : of:t..uubllq; '..Instructlpri-::I..know,8ome-, It was all I,ouuld-do too dress ''myself, ,. '. '. ," TI\

-.OttiY, 'r'dozen enterprises I in our town! thing of newspapers and the labor It The kidney 'secretions alsocaused me \ I
great annoyance; by their frequency In Public Road Notice.
requires to Ret out an Issue and I can
yw passage. Two boxes of Dean's Kid f
: C Moore, druggist- 14 the best say that the last issue of the Valley) ney Prlls obtained from the Kissim NOTICE Is hereby given that It In (Intention I Rough and Dressed

paper- I e'E'rA/ and Us- en- Ga/.eiu was about the most stupendous wee Drug Co. cured! me and since I of the hoer of <'ounty CommlsttlonerM of OBeola -
-bounty have been in good health ,' County FI..., at the next regular meet
all sides. undertakinffever attempted along
is complimented on
4 'wterprlse )For sale by all dealers. Price1 50 lug ol.al all the he that line this town. It was a maserpiece Is
deserves success in
Its owner cents. Foster-Milburn: Co., Buffalo, ,11or July A. I n. I\>O'J. to establish new road Pine Lumber. ,
.surely will 'receive from our business of mechanical, I and editorial New York, sole agents for the United which will run as follows :

mIlD.llberal.Iy patronizing work and I predict success for It far States. Beginning the point of intersection between .

beyond the anticipation!' of its owner. Kemember the name rDoan's-and the South line of Section 23, In Township ,
k f F ., take no other. 2i. Bomb of Range 29 East, and tbe Right of '

j": A. Cargo .' President State Hank -- --- '- _--r: Way of the St. Cloud Sugar )Belt R. R.. on the
f* Of.Kllilmmee-. Tt'8 a beauty. Seems J. McPhatter. citj mar..hal-To. say south side of Bald Right of Way and running I.HOUSE BILLS A SPECIALTY J

-:10 have caught. t. "e Kissiuimee-snlrit- that the Valley Gazette is the best i BLISS'FOR west on aald section line to the limit of the .ji
13' City of KUalminee. being the southwest oornerof
lol "V observation, weekly paper In the state Is not giving
1 ,building up. Fn said section, .aidroadtobe forty feet wide,
r..... the state papers. there 'Is not 0 net It the credit to which It is entitled, forIt twenty feet on each side of Bald described -- .. .

tltbttt.; anywhere near Hlua'' It. Is so far beyond any I have seen route. .. N1'frNM1hWVN' NN N1M1'NWN1M11N1nN1 tN1'BN,. ;,
,- ., - hat a comparison) Is ridiculous. It Wltneia my band as ex-offlclo Clerk of said ,Q,
M'tcIl' would village SPRING Board and the official ..alof said Board this I
and Arizona Indian ILLS
: n surgeon convert an i
'\, ;{J, Picks, physlcla 7th day of June A. D. 1909 School
the im'tproTement into and tt will
a thriving town
"ou on ,
-1'want/ Supplies
: to compliment > (Seal.) ARTHUR E. DONKOAN. ;
made In the convert KUsl'intoee Into'a great
city
I' \ that has been is Clerk Circuit Court I !
Springtime sicktime.Purify -- I
' It super 1- I would be as loth to go without, my I
vVs41ey Gazette. I conslds. "
:
the blood-cleansethe .
published beaDs and grits as to go without the Notice to Creditors. AND TABLETS ,
jd for: to anr weekly newspaper t the ;
system by simple
) to date Valley Gazette. Heading It Is Brat of i
Jin Florida. It Is live and
'f; op and effective herbs
the many pleasures I eojov in this roots, AJl persons baring claims against the estateof
.! in every. particular. and barb contained in C. H. Fountain, deceased late of the eoanty
beautiful ,
... city. and Florida will
of Oaqeola SUte of present the EXAMINATION t
.Ir 6 h.ard same Co me properly attested,jltaln the time TABLETS
4, k 'Nothing' bUt praise has been ey A. E. Donegan. circuit clerk-It Is BLISS NATTVErHERBS prescribed: by law, or the..m. will be forever ., MADE ESPECIALLY FOR l
f .tor the enterprising spirit the Vali aft r
barred and persoos'lndebadhoaaidestad
he best weekly paper In the state, and OSCEOLA HIGH SCHOOL.
. .>, 'Gazette displayed in becoming an all will make Immediate settlement. wlLb the ;underslgned. '
last week's Issue the of dal-
":(, home-print and tt is with much equal any N. C. BRYAN .
paper
The
is
cost but
l . 'v, and it should receive the unquall- a half-a- Administrator the Estate .ry
pleasure' and satisfaction that we pub.llshfcfewof | .. .
cent a day to rid the bloodof
flta support or all our people In the C. H. Fountain Deceased.,
:::1// the many kind expresteloos * of ubscrlption, advertising and thEt P ison that causes. :February 1st. 1909. i I
she
1,:" of our citizens.r9 'r'ntlng.' From the correspond Pimples and other Kissimmee Drug Co.
. t )job v Skin Notice of Application Tax Deed
k ce'ved' addressed to the Board Eruptions. 200 Tab :
: :r T.' W.' Ellis; president of the CityVouncilTbe ence otCoun.'y rt Oommissloners, distributing lets for $1.00. A Guarantee Under Sections 574 and 575 i
Is all ----__ "
Gazette
I Valley "
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; through to cure or money back.. _,,,"
the tb.Dorth and west General Statutes of the State:,of?
is be papet
A ;right, and Its management to
{
L to be the best advertisement Ask
for a Bliss Almanacand -
I.i commended for giving the people such has proven. Florida.
the cot ntv baa ever had Not a learn fully about this '
y t an enterprising, up-to-date newspaper Nonce hereby.grlvea that '. B. Donefan.purchaser Kissimmee
n what a letter Is reoetv old-fashioned Wagon Works f \
dav bv remedy.
\ filled with all the news of the day. It passes of Tax Certlflcate No. lilt. dated the 8
ed by myself* king for further detailsof dar of July A. D. 1001. baa filed said "
.. entitled to a world of success Made by BUSS in Wash certificate
'{ i Mtr. our section .k which sh W9 that the action to Issue In accordance with law. Said certificate\
B. O, Meek, real estate and Insur- Gazette Commissioot're,, in subscribing embraces the following;described property situated Under New Management, with Thorough Experience and Up-Uh.u ...;.
of the
; ..aDce-Tbe.Valley Gazette has everyper FOR SALE BY In Oseaola aunty Florida, to-wit i Blacksmith, Wheelwright and Horseshoer. l
,,,, in tills state distanced a block, for two hundred copses was farsighted W)4of EH: and EH of WH Bastion la. Township ::

".1;. "aD4..- is invaluable to this town and and Is resulting" ft' much good to J. W: HAMPTON. :-J6_tit. aa.... 32. Tbe said land bung. assssssj All Kinds Blacksmith Wheelwright Work .,;J

our county. at the date of the Issuance ef each certificate \. andHorseshbein* ---c
peopleof' this communi-
-The a Specialty.
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"" rvoouaty. In the name of Unknown: _
Vt*'owe a debt of gratitude to the wan Holes said oerUOeate shall be redeemed a04ord .// 1'

.d5'>1 !ftgement that it will be bard for them J. M. Willson Jr., rest Estate and Osceola .hog to law tax deed will Issue thereon on the *H1. ALL WORK GUARANTEED : '
IDlur"Dce--1 regard the Vail.,* Gazette County day of July A. D. 1909. TOSATISFV.
iivd-pay '
as the means through which KlsOlmmee WIIDJ'.oIISda..tu.nd' .-J this the

Gf F. Parker, agent of the A. C.L.- will become a great and prosperous Abstract Company 23rd(SeeL day) of June A.ABTHUR D. ian B. DONKQAN. 5/Uelt Year Trade ..4 O.

%:!J,can,not express myself in_ .terms too pity._tor It ',o truly and clearlTpor- Clerk Ob-raJt Court Oscsola_alr.: lPI ricIe. Witt f..... >Yeti.lttal.t.-l R. JOHNSTON +

of the progresslvenessjof trays conditions ez!sting here that ---
xmmmendatory '
TOur paper. It Is a orfdlt to the those who read It are at once convincedthat O. GARRETT, Manager. ROGERS' LIVERWORT P.A.. VANS AGNEW, J. MWJLLSON.JR.. '

,, f and this sewn" otters Inducements not ,
!. mown, .the county, the state the > Real estateTitles TAM AND OANOHALAOUAer

of the state. It has no superior found elsewhere. Mere words are examined and reported on tbs emnplete ewe ot Coogha, Colds
Yf '(press dallies the'Weeklies. meaningless when we attempt{ to estimate Taxes paid for nOD-re.ldeDu Asthma and Bronehltls and aULnngooaplaiaU"ndlnB I ATTOHWY AT LAW.. ..... J NOTARY Pv-* ,. c-
+ Uo Florida either. in tbe or Instruments ocoi-unint oo. UTerwort, Tar and .1- -1 t t1
I\,> t- As a community are to the paper's'a worm to our community carefully drawn relating* to real' estate WIM Cherrr reputation, bare for a*ace, a randard manlalned oouiaremedy. aee.tabll.hd AND NOAARY PUBLIC, Real STATE: AT LAROE.. f ;i' -rfl

being published I consider It the cleanest, brightest It contains no colnm or harmful Estate( Agent.
congratulated 1
f, be< weekly Correspondence Solicited. drus, can be jiiren with safety to children
bur and best paper, published Prise pAe. Sold only by Oeoeola Pharmaey.'I KISSIMMEE, FLA
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ITEMS OP, INTEREST GATHERED' FROM TUB for Q never: have" 'a y.b \

i NEWSPAPERS. PUBLISHED. in THE STATE. ...._
i-- wmattM BraM faam mj l* i mmm mm 9m9mmmmmmm.m .
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:'; -* :The city of West Palm. 'Beaeh-I. to The razor-back hog is monopolizing a .

,r"fw+. build a new pock 'and amusement .pavilion. l large share"--of the thoughts of Lee P1ow:4! ::4:4e ,. . .::if .. . -
f:. : ,' county citizens. The question at present ' you buy
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I ,: arid"son wiU being, discussed,is whether his hogship ... a_ ....,.v- f II, '. Qb t't'Q
Evangelist Culpepper ; can climb a fence., .
I hold,revival services in Stkrke' during .l_,e5__--- _,, t QkerOat. b i It!
this! month. i 1/ West Ralnt Beach will celebrate the ; Q A Q
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... \ 600 Acres of Muck LandSameaseSte f
Fourth by giving a:grand barbecue,-With :
The publication day of the Manatee baseball, fireworks!: ,.music, dancing and i a i in tins. It will In 44
r. Journal 1 has been changed from Friday. other, amusements to entertain those keep any
Cloud-Cut Into J 8
Up.l
to Thursday. who attend the festivities. '
< 9 i is the
climate and
have indefinitely; .
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Jamee M. Kelly and" D. M. Davidson Sanford is to canning and pre- S'
= .Five, ,Acre--Tracts. .
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have toUBd gvf1ty'of-murduin"th rve"workrThejrwtirTnanufaeture .
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first degree by-a Palatka jury. orange.grapefruit and kumquat mar-' % most wholesome. and-cheapest g 7Q ;1 fl
--- melade and and
.. : guava paste numerous 9 ,
The state Convention of the Farmer other preserves and jellies. & food can eat. 8 "
Educational and Cooperative Unions will\ you
meet: in Live Oak on July 1'4-16. The School l Board of, Lee bounty will ar 1. ig

Deduce! the salaries of- school teachers Just east Ktssimmee city limits on b. Quaker Oats family size; package contains Pta -y
'.The Sunday lid is on hard and tight in from the sum paid last session, in orderto '
-dealer about it. ?
Live Oak, and there is much rejoicing prevent a deficiency occurring in the clay road. This land was selectedby the finest china. Ask your J' 'J

the churchmen that city. appropriation during the term. / l
among .
-. )*; Capt. Rose now State Chemist, Q W

.' TarpOn fishing in the waters around The Florida, which East owns Coast a large Co. of tract Philadelphia of- when he was in charge of the Diss- a the Qu4kcr' Oafs Gmpatny I'1' t
v
Sarasota is said to be fine, sixty large CHICAGO4AQ
and near Titusville, will at once begin
ones, having been caught the past week. ton drainage operations. It lies at
to develop the land by cutting it up Ihto : v .oO'.oO'.oO'oo.oo'.ob :
Of.09.O9 .
small tracts and aelllng"It for trucking : d'r
Hastings shipped more than"l50OOObarrele the north end of, -and drains Into r
of the season, and purposes. .
potatoes past
prices, ruled higher than foi many yean According to the'-St. Augustine Record Lake Tohopekallga. This line bodyof E. A.GILBERTCONTRACTOR

past three million alligators were killedin trucking, land will be on the'market -
Florida during the years from 1880 to ..
A Board of Trade has been organized -
1900, and still there are hundreds of just as soon as,, the surveyors
1n Mulberry, and will at once begin and BUILDER w
thousands still remaining in our lakes S
working to build up that progressive and rivers. can complete the platting.jaM.WILLSONJR.. .

little city ,. Plans and Estimates Furnished
meeting The trustees of the special tax district
Amaas of citizens will be .
.t of West Palm peach have brought --- -
held in Fort Myers on the 13th for the ,
suit against the Dade County State
purpose the city offices of nominating. candidates for Bank for $60,000, alleging breach of AGENT FQRThe .
trust on the part of the bank in the '

Mr. S. S. Savage, Sr., late of Ocala matter of deeds to school property.The Famous Menge Pumps for Irrigation and 'Drainage, 50,000'tt>

has associated himself with Editor Ma. Florida Star, published at Titus REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE 1.600,000. gallons per hour. .' .ll 1,
thews in the publication of the Polk Gasoline Engms, 2 to 50 H. P. Steam Engines, 5 to 200 H. p.,
ville, tells of a volunteer tomato plantin . "
County Record Boilers Any Size.
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that section that for distanceof
spread a
Stamped Metal Shingles. Celling and Outside Walls-Any'Design.' if.:
-4 one hundred yards and, the Star man .
The City Council of Live Oak ha he will swear to the truthfulness t

passed an ordinance prohibiting spittingon ,of says the statement, for he saw the plant r------- -- i .'IRON FENCES AND MONUMENTS,.. t1
the sidewalk, and a fine is imposedfor
and took its measurements. NORTH KISSSIMMEE. PHONE NO. 8.fr .<
its violation. fc .. ....-. It.

They are raising a new variety of ""
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Real estate is very brisk in Maccleo-- stock beans in Marion county that are C. W. 1 ny at present, many valuable pieces of said to be superior to velvet beans, being Grlffin4 '
ftfr ,
property In and around that town chang softer and much easier masticated. (
ing hands last week. : :The variety was introduced into this MACH BROS.. i !l ;
:country by the United States govern- fr Fancy Family Groceries d (

The State Epworth League held a ment from \ e Philippine Islands. ..
conference in De Land last week, and ; - -- Fresh. Meats. Livery, Feed and Sale Stable. ( t '

delegates from almost every town. In the. '.'
. state were in attendance. I Hour. Solicited WOOD-;-: DRAYINQ '. '
c I L Deliuery Every Day any Patronage .

._Ldlc.a......Ac.as...- -----iaaal4.5.. .:-.I'II.uII' Everything Is flow and First-Class. We will \
Crazed by sickaens, Dallas McClure, I I J. H. REDDITT
; < a sixteen-year-old boy, committed suicide Render Prompt and Satisfactory Ser- r

in Fort Pierce on June 21st The JEWELER ,I vice Day or Night. All Kinds!:

& weapon used was a shotgun. Heavy Hauling. '
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: The local political ppt is_said to be WATCH AT,..BEAMAN'S.... -:....-. "'..;;. --OLD,....:;... STAND."'""" "'" .." _PHONE' 113." f..,
boiling over in Miami. 'There are any
I "number of good and worthy citizens who UsIi "

:t.,, are willing.to serve the'dear people. REPAIRER. Depend On
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', ;i ke .m.a.um.yeaac.A..e. kIDEAL'
'I.; '. What is said to be the:largest alligator '

in captivity Is on'exhibition iii Lake .. ( \
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:r. land.. It ml.'asures'fourteen feet long -- --7'THE ; FERTILIZERSBEST ;

\' and Weighs eight hundred pounds. I

\ i NORTH KISSIMMEE z
The cornerstone of Jefferson county'spew AND CHEAPEST i'i'tII
court house was laid on June 24th I -
I in the presehce of the largest gathering .BARGAINSTORE : '.
S
of people ever assembled in that county. you elentl.on. us, we are sure that tII '''Made from the best material the market s ords. Each ';
J I .II formula exactly/ suited to the product for which it in recom'v""
you will be entirely satisfied with the way mended, And thorough! tested In both laboratory and field. W "'''t
Manatee county has voted a bond issue A. S. GILBERT They are worthy of their name, IDEAL. So maDY people \
r for the purpose of building good appreciate this fact, we handle great quantities of raw mate- .
in which wants will be taken of. i 'I'
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your care ; .
roads, and the people are jubilant over ials. This enable us to buy cheaJ) r.Jberefore we can .
ell cheaper. Compare our analysis and prices>> with soy .,''t H
the of future of ,
prospects development DEALER IN If it it Is doctor's .
your prescription brand on the market. Send for our literature Ask ques
that county. tions. Our vast store of Information is at your service.; I
t Dry Goods, NotionS which you want filled we will attcnd'to Call on our local agents .I.I If
The order has been sued in fensa-
t cola that all restaurants, soda water Glassswarc, wad Enamelware it in a way which will please him and give WATERS & CARSON OROCE Y CO.,. "

r" stands, saloons and every class of busii you the utmost satisfaction.It ( ... "
d i / ness where food and drink is served r

;4% U must be screened.- Publications.We sell McCall's,. Patterns, and it Is an ordinary drug store article .1 Wilson & Toomeroi;; zer Co.. Jacknvviille,:r '

Conductor Emanuel of the Seaboard that Is demanded, yon will get whas you '
AIr Line fell under a train and was instantly Subscriptions taken for McCall's t

'killed at Sumraerfleld on June Magazine, only 60o per year post- j want, for our stock Is most carefully selected ,. . .. >. #
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20th. His body was sent to Jacksonville paid.
for interment. and in it is to be found practicallyany .,
phone 38 Klsslmmcc, Fla. .
Bradentown will-keep open'house for article that is ever found in a 'drugstore $7.0OSavannah! ; S9.0OAugusta r

>",( the orange growers on the 6th, on which .Chas. A..WaldronContracting ( Mt
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\1.+a value, Cal.of,organization.will deliver an address on the Carpenterand Yes, you, can depend, on us for all your Ga. 'oa.'WAND : J]

wants, which you. expect to satisfy in n RETURN AND RETURN '
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t'" .:The Rev. Edward Stanley, pastor oft .. Builder n
the First Baptist church in Palatka, received drug store. Our stock is modern aild our .
by express a box labeled "books," All work guaranteed. Prices $9.00CHARLESTON.
L--, but It arrived in a 'teaky" condition reasonable. No charge for esti- service to customers is as good as careful Y
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f ; attention can make it.
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was at once requested to resign his pastorate 4
tt-., which he did, and left town on I PHONE: :: :3.35 Depend on us and your drug-store AND RETURN
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buying will prove pleasant and satisfac z

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If f The i Kissimmce Valley Gazelle.PUBUSHKP KIssImmee's. Growth.- POLITICAL J EXPRESSIONS: ( ---.. THE.FINICKY-L CHILD.: I*.. : $,39 tI.O *' ,. w F

There Is no town I in Florida that has Hew ,* CUv r Mother Can Tempt. I

EvgRT.yRIDAY or lp .increasing In population ''at the Dipped FrOm Newspapers Publishedin Fitful'Appetite.. F om Kansas .. '1

Office in Valley 'Gazette Building.EISa1MMEE tate Kissimtnea Is today. There have ", Florida.. Th "guardians 'of a finicky 'c Ud Round Trip J

.. been at least five hundred people added know'"that" mealtime Is often more

OSCEOL COUNTY; A.. to"its population'within1 the past' three It's a wonder some of. these Federal than,a matter of table setting and .. ', Kissiitmiee

: months, "**< Judges don't have a l legislature l put' in. food buying. ,Theoiii say, **Mak a, t .City .r "
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W. B. BARRI3-Edltor and_ Prop'r_ of families have child eat!" But mothers luiw that '
izens come to this! j ja l.for contempt in passing-laws against : .Coining.
plac !thin the past month to Investigate their wishes._Baker. I County' Stand this Is-'oftenf.Impossible until the little-/ Good(r f6K25'
SUBSCRIPTION RATES: 'the thfulnes.ot the statements ard. one Is reduced to sickness, ., .....
.. .., .. ... .. .. .ft 00' "it e" the "
Oa.eopy,one ,.ear. .., ,- I wHJ-4> found easier to fetapt This
On oopjr..tt month .. ..;. .. .. ,611 they rfcadln this"paper, which has 4 y- flttul appetite, rather than'to'scold or I 's'tart"T.usdaJ'; July'20th, to ho" tills ]land.

'All wnmunle.tk.nm.;: ."..pt from our author.I been-sent them mplimentary by.our The PensacolaNewa seems curious to punish. Delicate ,children1 can often be will not lost long. }'
-...!oornMpondmU. must be llirracl' b,.the writer.UiKtad Board of County iGommlaoioners and know who_wrote the famous' "adver coaxed Into 'a hearty meal. when" force opportunity price .

+ : tor.> matter well not be returned. .! unl Mailed Board of Trader and without exceptionhave tlaem nt", bill,passed by the last legislature 'work would mean a scene. Make the ,- .'.

'," """ ' 4 bought homes and settjjpd l lor, have and vetoed by Governor Gilchrist. 'meal a pIny time. Serve bread and but FIVE ACHE TRACTS* FOR $100 '. .< -I'II
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{ Ent.red.eth.PoetofRoe In KtulmmM. Fla. seoondeliuu declared their Intention of turning We have been'told that Mr. Claude L'- ter cut Into thin slices and piled up log I -, ," ..

mull-",.-=matter.-- -" ." =;--=-=-"._ .' here this winter and becoming pt 'a- Engle is the guilty -party. It is pretty cabin wise Into a house and pretend'the I .; .
nent'residents. understoOtf'that Broward andre child Is an'ogre to eat it up.
generally 1 '
i Friday, -Jiily. 2,1009. There Name dishes for different rhymes, as 8 7 0- fj .4- '3 2 ;
l .. are four conditions hers..wjiicht"ne'inore and L'Engle ran the l late session.
__ ._ I' ... in determining1 Jack |Iorner' pie_for hollowed .out. _......._ _ "n' __ _._ .-'_
.I\\.. effect 68ble; therefore;that, l>ur ;mrformatidnxjs .
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rolls cooked like
and
croutons filled
"" It might be said that the Wright prospectors to settle in and around "correct. -Bradford County
with the Potatoes
nourishing poached eggs.
brothers'are a pretty "fly" pair. this town than- all else combined, and Telegraph. can be molded'Into the form of .\

these" are extreme healthfulness, cli- -
a wall with an egg: perched on top to
will in
Speaker Cannon says he stay It-is evlden hat Governor Gil- '
mate, productiveness of the soil and very represent Humpty Dumpty. The'chlld
"politics until he dies. He will be burled hospitality christ is ,' '.
of the people. not playing apolitical game will quickly eat'up the egg/ to prevent ..
...$ the second" week in November, The claim'put forth that Kissimmee or in other' words he is no xpecting to ""the great fall." .

1910. is the healthiest town in the United step from the Governor's chani' to someother.political Boiled rice can be molded into snow '. '

death l of importance I balls, floating Island can have all sorts .
States, jts annual rate being Jess position ,
Two lynchings on Saturday is keeping .
well-a than three to the one thousand inhabitants or he would not have exercised his ve 0 of dellghtfuk fancies woven about It, '

up the record pretty and negro is the truth based on. actual power so freely. This is 'as it should vegetables can .be cut Into odd shapes 9 .LO .11) a 12 13 14 15 16 ;:It'ji
home thief in Missisnippi a negro
ah be should take advan-
statistics of the general government, no office holder
murderer in Oklahoma. TlduHjmolda of animals: will be eaten
r the state and the city. tage of his position to build up for him- wltb6u' protest. I ., -

' Joe Brown is now governor of Georgia The records kept of the weather bya self a political pull. The country as a Beef Julcexjmially causes a struggle, .

i and .Jt>ports say that there is great local government employe, and whichare whole would be In better condition to- but If the chI! retends be is Jack the t

rejoicing in railroad circles -that Is, absolutely correct, confirm the day ,if this practice had not been invogu Giant Killer hurrying to get rid of the 24 23 22 21 20 19 18. 17 .

among the stockholders statement that here is found the most I (>. -Marianna Times-Courier. delicious juice lest tbe giant think It ;. -

equable climate: in the country, as the "the blood' of an Eng IDan." It Is. \

When William Jennings Bryan taker thermometer seldom goes above ninetytwo R. Hudson Burr "expects that his ex- swallowed without a mur 1

1 -: aaeat in the United States Senate those in the summer or lower than forty- cellent conduct of the railroad commis- The game becomes of interest to -

". members of that body who have been five in the winter, and the nights are sion will land him into the gubernatorial mother as well as child; as the n N- 1
'"' .criticising! him will "go way back and slty to invent new stories /and tre
\ always cool enough to make a light chair, says the True Demcx-rat. -
forms to tempt the little one to eat demands r
TWJ sit down. covering comfortable. Those who have Burr has -evidently got whims in his
Ingenuity. Insensibly the child :'
visited here this declare head. When he is retired from his .
summer they I
w From reading the Tampa papers we. learns to eat, BO that later the practice -,.
thought there was plenty of money andsome never before experienced such.pleasant present position! it will be t ht>-JaMt of can be discontinued.A .

weather at this season of the'year, and Mr. Burr from a political standpoint: trouble Yes, but 'not half so
to spare In that city, and now
comes the report that n lot of it is that they expected to find it here much He is dying hard,., but will die just the troublesome as to sit up half the night 25 20 27 28 29!) 30 31 32 )
warmer than it is. same. Wonder if the True Democrat with a child cross from lack of food j
counterfeit.The .
The soil in- and--around Kissimme would have been required to print at or as to see dear ones dwindling from ,1

corporation bribers of San Francisco produces 'more abundantly with less the head of that squib, "Thie is an advertisement Insufficient nourishment that a little NOTE-A rood t road run. on .n!! four allies of thia property. '1

are attempting to impeach Pros fertilizer of fruits and vegetables than ," had the Conway hill become effort could supply.

ecutor Heney. They had 'better get any other section of the United States, a law. -Citrus County Chronicle. How to Handle, Fin. Carriage.. 1 also have larger tracts aoVvstzp to suit the customers. From five J
acres to 10(1.000 a('I'f>S. From a gar in lielil 1 to a cattle ranen. Crops and d.grating "
him out of the game or he'll land 'em is the statement of all who have culti- The following instructions are given J
twelve months in the jear. NHjnosqultoes, fsw tiles, lake and ocean
all In jail before he stops. vated vegetables here and in other sections by an experienced carriage builder In breezes. Average temperature 42 to >W agrees, Hete: we challenge any -
.M' ,-and those who come here are con- It is reported on good authority that reference to the care of fine carriages: other locality in the United Slates to show>ucli returns from their trucking

vinced at once of the truthfulness of Ex-Govenor Broward will again be a can- Freshly varnished carriages should be dislrics. It Is the flowing\ wells I the gub-lrripAlon system the climate", the

arbitration. the contention when they see our truck didate for United States Senator. washed frequently and exposed to the soil, the subsoil drainage, shipping facilities byN arl-end water and the marketing -

when the arbitrators were men whose and Judge Reeves of Pensacola also mentioned aIr In the shade and should not be covered conditions that produces these returns:
gardens groves. t tat(>meuL8 made bv :
: growers
is that labor has as a candidate. Taliaferro, until the varnish has become
no
thought
every Our modesty prevents our speakingof "I received 110,700 }for the relorv and other >e rights which capital should respect. the exceptional hospitality of our Broward and Reeves-thr(>every atrongmen hard. :Mud allowed to dry upon fresh acres in 1908 >. .
with the people of Florida would varnish will leave spots and exposureto "I cut 820 baskets of lettuce from 11-Nacre of land and sol h It Is said that watches grow tired", citizens: but all who come among us I make the campaign one of interest. ammonia will destroy fresh varnish. "1 made about 91200 an acre on i-eleij, a year and all other ors in pro
are quick to notice and as quick to used
and
of water should be portion.
and perhaps they do, but they don't While Broward has'lost some of his political Plenty
express themselves as having never be- great taken that it.Is not driven These lands will produce from tfiQO to I3OOO an acre a year.
half tired the care
* 4 grow so as average fore visited a city where the spirit of strength since retiring as Governor Into the body of the carriage, to the 3T"! A few more five-arre tracts one mile /tram Hunnyniede Hotel, liS dwwn

country editor does in trying to collect welcome was so universally extendedas he will be able to organize his forceshe I Injury of the lining. For the body sod (25 every six months till the 1100 m nuid.iaW _
subscriptions from some of his delin- Will fare to purchaser of 160 acres.
4 is the best organizer in Florida-and I refund car
be
it is here, which goes far toward panels a large, soft sponge must
quents. shaping their decision to remain with puts up a hard fight. He Is still_a power > used and when saturated squeezedover -

4' That roast administered the republicans in Florida politic-Live Oak Dem; the panels: and thus by the flowing S ALYEA Atchison Kansas

us.It down of the water the dirt will be .
vL _in the senate by Senator:.Davis, of is true there are some who come ocrat. Care ___ _
softened and run "off harmlessly.
Arkansas, was about the best j'cooked'* and spend a- day and go away never to surface 300 NORTH TERRACE
the
should 'be .taken to wipe
dish that has been handed the trust few who Those who find fault with the new
return but there remaina
pro- are dry with soft chamois leather. Never Kissimmee after July 20th. ,
t t.ctonaincethe.tariff bill waa under week but decide that Kissimmee offers pension law should remember that in use the same sponge and chamois for ---

discussion. more inducements to -the home- proportion wealth! Florida pays more panels which are used for running

seeker than any other place they ever vis in pensions than any other State, the gear. Never use soap on varnished L. A" MINX & CO. :

t; Leon Ling, the supposed murderer of ited. They learn of excellent school amount for the past fiscal year being surfaces, and only take off the grease ,
Elsie Sigel is living to the reputa- 73085531.' It must be admitted that ,
up system, of our exceptional moral commune I and dirt around the hubs and axles. _
tion of his for that-- this - --,--- ---- - I ,
race "ways a = ti on our-pra 11f'1l helforyl'ensioncltargetgainsttaxable fy"
oftnefinef g REAL ESTATE BROKERS
"" dark and tricks that are vain," by keep- ries and in our hammocks and the fish- wealth of only $159,803,230. In How to.Sav. OaJ on Ironing Days. t. .

Ing out of the clutches of every officerIn ngfn our lakes. In fact they learn this connection an authority says SouJhCarolina When using a gas stove to beat the -
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the country.t that here, be found few of appropriates for her pensioners Iron for Ironing much gas can be Dealers in Timber -lands in Small Tracts '
e V i ***! can a more saved by buying a'.UD. pan, large Large. or ,1JHOUSES'AND ; ,
'
I those things that to make life worth $252,343.60; Tennessee, $375,000; Texas, of '
number flatirons
Tommy'Appleyard tiu'tum the go enough 1 to fit over the ... .

reins of the Lake.City. Indexoverto the living than anywhere else and decidef > $500,000;Alabama, $778,361 and Georgia, used.. A dlaljpan' excellent for ; ..... .'. ,' .,'i" '
i ,, : BUILDINf3bQZS" -.i " ''' .1
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'""" her Con .
T $932,685,66.Florida but ,;
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his two boys From the character -of to locate; -pays this purpose/ Make a hole In toe ,' .. \,
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'f'i And that is what'will make Kiesim- federal pensioners more than twice per tim of the'pan' and fasten a bolder I" _
the matter Appearingln I its columns we .
mee a city of ten thousand population capita the amount paid by any other here. Small wooden knobs can be Orange Grpves and Truck Lands in Lots of 2 ) -2 to hOOO Acres.Kissimmee '.
that have been
--ttd judge they handling the
within three time. State.Gainesvile Sun. bought for 6 cents at any hardware
s reins for quite a few months. years' store. The knob should be fastenedon

A United States meat inspector has the outside of the pan. Use this
There must be something wrong with Shall The County Issue Bonds ? pan to cover the irons with, and they
from the E. St. Louis
lately resigned
f Attorney General Wickersham. He will keep the right beat with the gas BottlingWorks

.,t s baa refused the request of a railroad 'The following editorial from the Fort packing houses after eighteen months'service turned much lower. You will be surprised .

\ '",attorney'to withhold the enforcement Myers Press is so applicable to the agitation and has written to Secretary of at the amount of gas this will ,

(a' 'of',the law regulating the hour a railroad now going on in this county thatIt Agriculture Wilson demanding an'' investigation save and how hot the irons wHl" be to
of methodsat It Is not difficult to remove .. ]
'I employe could work until the is reproduced for the edification of meat inspection work with.
t' ' the National Stock yards. He de- the pan when the\ Irons need v
.I} '. eourts passed on-its validity. those few of our taxpayers who are opposed -
clares that he resigned because he could changing, as the,wooden handle will .
PrIOPNIaTOR .
to bonding the county for the purpose O. H. PRATHER .
\ .Sanford U swift enough for'almost of not tolerate conditions which he saw; not become hot. or j'
building good.roads: Water Coco Cola, Ginger Ale and All the Newest and Beat ;
[anything: : to take place within its- limits, "We have had some opinions on the that the: entire system of inspection is a How to Rollevo Headache. Soda t ''...

but when pistols lying on tablet acci- bonding question. Shall we bond or farce, and that the packers are using There are many kinds and causes of Drinks Bottled and Crowned by New and Up-to-Date Machinery. ;,

l I dentally goof!and hit a man three times, not is the question that Is now beforeus. from 70 to 80 per cent of stock which headache but probably the two moat

killing him, it is time for an, investigation We know that good roads are a should be condemned and destroyed. common headaches result from nervousness GIVE US ATRIAL ORDER '' ':'

rr as- to Its rights to apply for a necessity, and it seems to us the mat- Looks as though it is about time for an- or a disordered stomach.In ks4ilr \

'" charter In the Ananias Association. ter of bonding is almost essential. If other shake-ap inpackingtowrx. -American cases where there seems to be too < ;,
+ tI much blood In the bead when there faa
' we wait until we can get roads by ''taxation : Eagle, behind r r3ilyyr r P yT r a ;;W ;;'3I ">> 7It ;>>;>>;;>> a'3ar .j
..TM'artlele In the'July American T pounding to the temples and ,.
; entitled it is our opinion that many of us; the ears, a warm drink will often afford cs, ,i,.'
Magazine "Confessions of a The editor of the Gain vi1le Sun, H<5n.
;:r Rebellious Wife," is especially recom- will not enjoy the pleasure of using H. H. McCreary, who is also a State 'relief. Drink cup of tea or water i Your Money Back
them. If we go on in'the manner we to which'''fne.. ulce of a lemon baa .
If'Amended I to' those of the gentler sex who Senator, thinks "the legislature of 1909
are now going, the amount raised each been added, am hot as it can be borne .
.?, i bar* entered the marriage state. A year is too small to figure very heavyin is almost universally condemned b"ythe and place the feet In hot water. This 4 If you dont say this is the best offer ever made ,by the. "Best t

1f; r,.:cloae reading of It may possibly pre- road It takes all state press as a 'donothing' body" Well will draw the blood from the bead and "
new building, as we \ I Paper in Dixie.
i'Tent many unpeuanthouraln the fam.4"i7 what could be expected of a body the will relieve the pain greatly. Some
'* can raise now to look after the roadswe I The Semi Weekly Journal, six months
household. sufferers from headache claim -
i majority of whom were absolutely under chronic
have, and occasionally: do a little Tile Carrier and Patros, six months
the influence of and dominated by Brow- that,there la no cure Ilk* a brisk walrlIn
,1,1" 'The Times-Union, in its issue of last extra'work. The taxable value of our and such like It tbe fresh air with' .. loose clothingas Tile Women's World Magazine; six months : t
ard Barn
"uIf :'Sunday: tell us how to enjoy our dinner county is naturally small yet, and if we , L'Engle possible, followed by a nap In a :J
rule ruin with them, and had it not
:; ,.and then'proceeds to print a long wait for that to grow to build the roads, was been for or a well organized, conservative darkened room where the fresh air .All [Three: Six Months NJ'J'V

$o' bill of fare of good things to eat. That we do not think we will ever get them I aboooda.

.", 'la} all very well, but. we respectfully ask Ot course we want to hear what the eraled minority this in the"anarchistic"senate, which majority out-gen-in Hew to Preserve a Brass Badctead. i for..... ... .... .. ... n. 8a.alsabs, Clio-wed <

'the TUto inform us in Its issue of people have to say on the subject, and i !
..t instances Gov. Gilchrist would A good brass bed should only be offer won't '
Send today, as this last.long.
If it Is the will the not to bond I many
.next: Sunday where to get the moneyto qf people have had to exercise the veto power on dusted wlttt a soft clean cheesecloth i i ii
buy the aforesaid dinner. we have no more to say. We can stand and must never have brass polish used. i DEPT. 91 "
more drastic and freak measures 1
the present roads if others can, for we many on it Bo treated It should keep Its

.' t Although Jefferson county stood still travel mostly by water, anyway." than he did.-Lake City Index. luster for years. When It has grown I The Journal Atlanta. <'t;

f it.,in population and prosperity for about dull and dark about the only remedyIs I Semi-Weekly Ga. u

'i j 'forty years, she has at last awakened, The political pot is just beginning to The Miami Metropolis, proceeding""onthe relncqnerlng, which costs from $S -T

d and bida fair to rival any north Florida simmer and before another six months presumption that Senator Tal- upward according to the sic* of the KSii' 3rYr '._ ; ;>>;>>, ;>> Ba 1ir d a ryayr 3ir
Standard Oil And! bed. Be careful not to let coal geta .
: J county. As usual, the local paper the have passed the campaign will be on in iaferro represents the gas

Monticello News, is largely responsiblefor earnest, although the primary is nearlya other corporations and that lose their his favor naval do chance not keep at tbe your windows brass furniture up over and the +++++++++++++++++++.. ++++++++++++++-l"l'.H.++4+++++++++4 -_- _'*ii4a'J
off. Ex-Governor Broward has stores bill eausedpiimto; ,
the that has year
spirit tak-
;, progressive bed on a very damp or rainy day.
ere..possession of the people.. practically announced that he will be in thinks that he will not be candidate When the brass seems to be moist It ii DOUSE PAINTING and PAPER HANGING i -

) the race tor Senator Taliaferro's seat next year for re-election, but that they should at once be wiped off with the I -

'' tWe take this means of returning oup,before the next primary, which will in- I will try to induce Hon. S. M. Sparkmanto cheesecloth or silk duster. -ALSO '

thank to Senator Taliaferro, for abound sure a lively campaign to say the least. become a candidate. The Metropolis

copy of the memorial exercises In an l interview in Miami nest week la futher imagines that ex-Gov. Broward Hew to Clean Ralneoata. Graining, Stapling and Kalsomining.

.in the Senate and House on the life stated that he would probably have to can easily beat Senator Taliaferro- Mackintosh coats which have become i

2.e'i and character of the late Senator W. J. make the race in the interest of the that Mr. Sparkman, being very popular, hard and rigid may be easily

-Bryan. The Valley Gazette will take 'greathearted," and no doubt many would be hard to defeat. Mebbe cleaned wltll lime and water"and made SIGN PAINTING A SPECIALTY\ : :
to look: as good as new A handful of
' pleasure In reproducing some of the other patriots will feel the same impulse -, so, mebbe ao; but we don't believe that ; i
the beet gray lime should be dissolved
j eulogies, for they are masterpieces of gnawing at their vitals. In these every:f air and conservative man, such as 11I
In half a bucketful of water and the
:ill' sentiment and eloquence, and Senator piping timewuf-fatfiicial salaries many Taliaferro and Sparkman, is controlledby mixture applied to the stiffened parts I See Me .tIQ Get Prices. JACK BASS i' y 1 1I

Bryan was worthy of every word uttered are called but few are chosen.-Ft.' so-called interests. "Punta Gorda
IN of of This
by means a piece ,
,1.i : in his praise. ,Pierce News. Herald. should be repeated at the sponge.end of threeor I +++++i+++++++ 11 .i.+I'li i i i rf.t.t.,1. i..i.t. fi.... t+++.}} ttit, }, ,, I., ,.........-fr ,'jltv

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KJsslmmetrVallcu G I See Stetson announcement: in 'dill Buy your dress ginghams at A S. Meeting: of Cltyi Council next lues- 'M '

issue., ... Gilbert's. All lOc ik yard. day eyentagv 'i1izojis Ggnkh j,SU.B'UtlOCK; "

NO. tt. Nice line of dress ginghams at lOc a Inquire of R.. L. Roberta before! sending A new line of belt, pins at 25g, .50c,' .t :

yard. ."r A. ;S. Gilbert. any job work out. of town., TSc; M.OO and$1.25 at Katz's. % 1. REAL ESTATE
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wServices The NOTICE!? AND INFORMATION ,..aaaaee aee\a\a\\\\\e
: at the Christi an Church next products of the City{ Bakery will
J-: -IIY-. order at Barns' shop. '
.":. w.' II H... AA.II5I.' Sunday morning'and evening. ?. b t e found at the Home Store. Phone 154. INSURANCEExamination.

,':'j',,;. \ ,Splendid assortment tot dress' ging- Remember the piano, goes sure in The McKinley Edition of sheet' music The'children's day exercises last Sun- E

..;, [>..ma.at H.[,C.. Stanford Co. July;,keep your tickets. C.'WVDANN.For : and folios is i now 'for' sale* at,the Home' -day night amounted were to excellent$6.20./ . .The collection '- of Titles a, aspe

'Weat er'RepI() The School Board meetS in regular all kinds of fine repair workN on .Store.. tt ---- : f 1W tye ,

monthly session next Tuesday. We.wish to extend :
furniture, elctgo, to Barns'* job.shop.: Severs) interesting communications an Invitation and 1"

crowded out of' this. issue but will hearty welcome strangers i in town. to Solicltecl. '
; Don't, forget, the Electric Theatre, Regular meeting of the Board" ; ap* and Correspondence 1
Following are the daily any all of the church services.
pear in our next.. '" .
Performances Commissioners '
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next Monday. ,
peratures andl every evening.! f' County -'

reported by"'the Stetson University at DeLand is for Ladies,' ready.made skirts in,' all] Rev. A. M. .Chlsolm will preach at The attendance at Shingle'Creek last

.. station at Kissimmee for all denominations. See ad. styles and colors at H.. C.; Stanford the Christian church next Sunday Friday night was good, and our pastor

.:week endimjruly,!, 1909.. Co., .t Subjectsmorning, PromJses.i evening: is very' greatly encouraged.\ This is an Bargain
Use Plank's Chill Tonic.: Guaran Patriotism. ,
v .: extra appointment recently taken up, ,
liAs. MIN. teed. Price 25 cents. Sold by all Mrs. M. E. Kochenderfer left Mon- Sheriff Prevatt captured two negroes I and it Is hoped that much good will result .

_.__ Friday . \\J7 72 . druggists.: ._----"--_____ u.117-8 day for Pittsburg-- -, PC; "to- ,spend- the _wanted..by..tk@P9ILCoun qt.bQ.rl1ltll. I from the efforts_there.Don't ,_,_ .._,Jrx_all Jtinda j .oLRe Estata. ,.
Saturday . . 92 73--: summer.. this week and Sheriff of Bartow .':
;- Do you have any mechanical troubles Logan Fire. and Life Insurance and t.
Sunday 91 71 ? If so, it may pay you to consul Sewing Machines for rent by the came up after them. forget that next Sunday is mis- Armour's Fertilizers. Renting -
Monday 87 74 the Home for sion day Hi the Sunday school. We are and
week at Store. Agents
t Collecting Rents
Mr. Roberts. a
P:, D. Shepperd and M. W. Holmes of
80 72 *...* falling a little below the $5 mark, whichwe
Wheeler.
Tuesday, the Singer and : & Wilson Ma- Specialty. Taxes paid for flf
week 01
arrived in the this to
Apopka
Wednesday. 86 73 Mrs. E. M. Russell, daughter and chines sold for cash nstallmentlan. city set as our average for the yea. .
or on Non-residents.
Thursday 87. 70, son, left Tuesday for St. Augustine to } Call and see them; assist in the work of' completing-l' the Let's give nickels instead ?f pennies, 7

spbnd the summer. High,School building. I dimes instead of nickels and ,quarters R. 0. ;

Buy a Gem Safety Razor. Handle independence Day falling on Sunday, Mrs. L. W. Pilley moved her stock of 'instead of dynes, and we will. make it. .MEEK. ,, f 1N
Monday July 5th, will be a legal holiday '
millinery yesterday from the Dann building Kissimmee. Fla.
and 7 blade for $1.00 Guaranteed by
"" ""' ''''-- thtoughout the United States. The The Talent Tea will 1ft.
'-- "" Osceola] Pharmacy. to the vacant room in the Walker meet next Friday ,,', A;

State Bank of Kissimmee will, therefore building,next to the City Bakery. Instead of today. Jt..will be at Mrs. '
fl See that your piano tickets are numbered be closed on that date. 72-1 t. Tiller's t
LOCAL ..
THE ,, ', .
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BARGAINS Four fine five-acre
- --- - extra
'I ; if not, return them at onoe for ---- W.L.lfBOZOBREAL
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exchange. C. W. DANN. Six pairs of Viking hosiery guaranteed ota; nothing better in the state. Will The Seamans Go. .
: to wear for six months without sell reasonable for cash if taken at
.... ----- Make wants known to the Rob- Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Seaman and son:
your
hole in heel or toe for $1.00. Written .
, '. once. It will pay you to investigate. .
erts Co. for turned work of of Kissimmee, Fla., have beers guests
x Orlando. Niemeyer with each 1-2 dozen .
Wade, the tuner, guarantee pairs. BROWN & HARWELL.
kind and of Mr. and Mrs. E. Moore, who are occupying -
any grinding corn. '
. All sizes for men, women and childrenat a
Extra attractions at the Mr. and Mr. George Menthew,, of thefVail'a house on Third avenue ESTATEKISSIMMEE. '
; Darn with the Cash Store. May28tf
stockings a Singer
t Saturday. your Wilkes-Barre, Pa., who came down to during the summer months. Mrs. Seaman -
] to Darner, can use on any sewing ma For Sale.-160 acres on lake; 253 St. Cloud last week With the colony excursionists and son returned home\? this morn-
Dwellings, for rent, apply chine, 75c each at the Home Store.
bearing orange trees, lot of small bud- are so well pleased with Ing. Mr. Seaman Is superintendent of a,000acre FLORIDA n '

I ler. Stove wood delivered in town at $1.00 ded orange and grapefruit, few peach Kissimmee and its citizens, 'that theyare tract of land belonging to Mr. , 'S ,

a Latest styles i'ladit.s'; shirt per strand. and plum, 5-room house and large still with us, and will, in all prob W. A. McCool, of Beaver Falls, Pa. Situated -

i 'at H. C. Stanford Co. 16-tf. KISSIMMEE LUMBER Co. stable; 80 acres fenced, 15" acres cleared.A ability purchase property and. locate on the McCool property are several Ajrffc rffc atkr6 Jk hjJM.
v
bargain. her \ bearing groves, aiostly'grapefruity also r.A.A
Mr. C. Buckels is table to be out
. Doors and window screens 6252t.' L. A. ,Minx & Co.
fine muck land TILLER '
many being
.
6 "order at Barns's shop. again after having been confined/ to his Mrs. E. S. Beeland, nee Miss Fannie rising r

1 j Home by illness. the paat two. weeks. .Mr. Byron-White and wife, of New Lou Templeton, formerly of Clinton and used for truck. .
1i set of bed ,., York the of Mr. McCoo) is a prominent manu = Real Estate Agency.
J For Sale-One are in city guests Mr. now of Kissimmee, Fla., is on a visit to
For Sale & Rent
-Dwellings-Cen-
> ture. Apply to Mr. Drought.I and Mrs.' John McPhatter. Mr. Whites her parents and Relatives. We learu facturer of Beavers Falls Pa., a \\a\aN\\Nsaa au\H\\NNMM
trallocation. See me before buying. nd the inventor and manufacturerof
I of the White Star one of the oivil engineers engaged that Mr. Bealand will soon come on and ,
Geo. F. Parker.
Agency Realty bought and sold.
the
McCool
whichis I
I Phone 154. iu laying out the St. Cloud Colony together he and his lady will go to Geor- typewriter, .
Store,
the Home Houses rented.
at
Lew Seaman returned from St. Petersburg now being the .
placed
lands, which work is expected to be upon mar-
L gia to spend sometime. Clinton (S.C.)
For all kinds of repair work last Friday, where he had beento completed in about six weeks' time. Jazette.Mra. .tet. His factory and equipment are Taxes paid and Titles ver- ?

niture, etc .go to B rna'lI job accompany is wife and little,son. the finest, in the world for {the. manufacture ified for non-residents. .. .
",,\., Mr. MCKinley, of tbe'Sanford and W. T. Crawford, nee Miss Jesna of type writers, while the airing Fire.: Life and Accident In- r
Carson has Mr. J. It. Geiger, of Apopka, brotherof .
r Master Nat KisBimmee.Traction Co. vii i
paid our Gardner arrived from Cairo. Ga., this lighting and surance.
heating nearly
home from a visit to relatives our Mr. H, D. Geiger, has been elect fall last week. He are )
lege a was looking week on a visit to her parents, Mr: and perfect Indemnity Bonds.
ed to a professorship in Columbia College .J
vannah. over the route and viewing the right of Mrs. J. M. Gardner. She was accom-
Mrs. Seaman will go from here to -wu ' ---V._ kilt
Mrs. Edgar Oliver, of way, the chances of material, labor, panied by Leona and Ethel Roberson Jamsville, Fla, to visit her daughter '
visiting her parents Mr. and Mr. J. K. Prevatt and Miss Mattie etc. He was'herein behalf of the New who had been spending several weeks Mrs. James Miligan.-St. Petersburg \

B. Carson. Prevatt returned home last Friday York Co.-Pinecastle Cor. in Orlando in this city. independent.. G. F. KRIBBS, t' 11 >',

Mrs. J. T. Mitchell and From a visit to relatives at Lake Butler Reporter-Star. Mr. D. G. Poland of Keyser, W. Va., ATTORNKYATLA.W.Office r

Visiting relatives at Bowling Messrs. Wm. Ernst and Chas. C. has purchased six lots and Mr. J. T. The poor old tariff has wrecked a good in the Court House Kis- 4 r

this week,: >. Just received direct from factory in McPherson, of Benld, Ill., arrived in Zais of Piedmont, W. Va., two lots in many public servants, both republicansand simmee, Florida. '
Philadelphia an unusually attractive the city a few days ago and have been VNeil'a addition from Brown &Har democrats. The trouble about the
Spe'nd your Money with us; The will at tariff ia that it breeds selfishness and With,whom will be associated In the
line! of mid-summer Stetson !hats for stopping at the Park-Hotel. They have well. purchasers once
'-- nbO more and you may get a bn make KisBimmee greed. Trade-should never be restrict trial of cause the law flrm of i
men at Katz's purchased lands, from build heir property an< *
nothing. C. W. DANN. .. I Van Duzor in Prosper lleacnamn&1 ttrov future home. ed. Countries grow greatest, Ben M aaev"Warlow, of '*

Rev and Mrs. J. Lawton Regular communication of Orange they expect to settle and .. in Franklin said, whose trade are greatest Orlando
I .engage
Blossom Lodge F. & A. M. next Mon Dr. Jno. E. Enms of Narcoossee spent
and few wiser lived than
ksonville, visited their farming.Mr. men ever
of this day evening. Visiting members. cordially yesterday trap acting business in the this: old philosopher. -Ocala Banner. BTcTMILLERBARBER
L. Moon,
an re. J J. F. O'Berry has sold to Mr.
attend. call.
invited to city and made this office a pleasant
week.? . Jno. R. Bronsonvhis half The stock
undivided interest of
I the City Bakery was mowed
The Doctor St. Cloud
i"I Kissimmee;; of increase says presents
la
boasting -
a great
Mr: Hajrrbleton, new road is in Rough- Island pasture, lying quite a busy scene"'these days with a yesterday to the Home Store, and
in postoffice receipts. This a between Lakes Hatchenaha and Dr. P. G. White moved his
begh\the erection of :: Cy- optical parlors SHOP
will soon large force of hands at work clearingup
reliable index of increase in population with head of fine into the rOOm
150' vocated the
om'e residence dnChurch and Tnbune. press, together and grading streets for the new town . by bakery. ,
in business.
Tampa -
beef cattle Also Pfann &
of the school builds ; to ; Single- and getting everything in readiness for .-- UP-TO-DATE SERVICE"EXPERIENCED 'By '
A manufacturer's sample line of tary his fractional interest in sections ..
the influx of the colonists.Representative
Miss Mrs.Beckerdike S. \Aultman.\ and MrS, Miss> ladies' hdkfs. in hemstitched and scalloped less- 7,_ 18 and 19, lying in Polk county !, C. S. Acree receiveda For Screens, Door andiindow. "WORKMEN::: YSoda'
all None worth
26c.
BOn, Jr., left for New! York"'; edges, than Katz. Mrs; E. E. Brown, member' .of the letter from.Congressman Frank Clark -
and many more price, school board from district No; 2
: was
Wednesday.s week his communication Frames. .
Clyde Line, feat replying to ...,
Messrs..Uull Bass, C. A:. Carson andS in the city Tuesday, :Mr. Brown is one to . .
of weeks reference * ,
'agoin i9
( \ some : :.:. . '. "
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} :'; '''Mrs;J. L. Reaves gave a ->B. /Story'received a few days' ago a of our Inost successful truckers; and the proposed preliminary survey for Furniture"Repairing' and":-Ai-; ? ; Fount.

party. to the "kids" on' shipment of blooded rams from Ten fruit growers, and is very much gratified -. locks and dams in the' Kissimmee River thing in the Carpenter Cabinet y-

honor of the seventh' birthday ness 4 to. be used in improving the 1 over the prospects !of developmentwhich route, asking for information with i Line or Cold Drinks and Fine
little daughter, Norma. breed ofvUieir flocks. he feels is sure to come to this
which to go before the Board of United I ----00 TO-

Children's day exercises at Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Nelson aud Mr. section within the next few months. States Engineers.. Mn Acree came I Box Candies
?
odist church last Sunday W. J. LaRue Ie Wednesday for Wich- C. A. Sheldon, Wichita, Kan., is at the Into town on Saturday and called together BARNS' CARPENTER SHOP e ,

a large congregation, and ita, Kansas, towihd up their business Marlborough hotel He has bought val- at the bank a few of onr citizens I ,J

interesting and instructive. affairs "in: that city prBMratory to com- uable celery land betweeen Kissimmee who have taken an active interest Oppoaite Freight Depot.
, . .
D. L. Rathbone, of ing'to Kissimmee to live. and Sanford. He says he is charmed In this project, and it was decided to -" Cigars. Cigarettes. Tobaccos
with Florida and her people, as well asher send to Congressman Clark and to Senators .;
for W- CBASS
taken the contract Dr. P. G. White has rented the store r
waterworks for business opportunities, and wishesto Taliaferro and Fletcher copies of ; "
plumbing and the Bakery -
room now occupied by City ,
work make this state his home.-Tampa the report made by Hon. C. A. Carsonto
school building. ami\began and will move his optical parlors U I
Morning Tribune June 26th. the Board of Trade, ,as chairman of Wholesale and Retail
day. that 1st. His office will be
place July the transportation committee of that POOL TABLE ;, w
"
'_. For Sale-Two, fresh, open every Monday and Saturday.July J. M. Willson, Jr., reports the fol- body.A Dealer in I'. -
.
old both 2-tf. lowing sales of real estate: S. H. ,
four and two years ; ..
,
Cull's block north of Rotundo's garden and desirable residentwas ht
new
of St Cloud guaranteed very
; Misses Emma Yowell and Rachel
sound at Fell's Point. to A. S. Nelson; Fendig's lot between gained to our town this week in Fresh Beef Pork and
I ; now Leake left last Saturday for Gaines-
Agent the high school building and Dr. Hicks' the person of Mr. R. C. Jordan, of R.L.Starl-illg- j/,
A. Vans Agnew, ville to attend the State Normal for
residence to Mr. Hambleton; the old Sutherland, Iowa, who purchased the Mutton
30th. teachers. Master Ralph Bearden ac- '
i On June I will '
Snell property, northwest of town be- louse on Emmett street and known aa t.
..pfr' store In the Walker building, companied them and .will visit relativesin longing to Mr. Oliver, to Judge G. F. the Waring cottage from Mr. John, -

:' product of my Bakery will that city. Kribbs. McPhatter, and which has been occu- PHONE) ; 44. TINNER

y i : be for sale at; The Home E. A.Store. Mr. Henry LOBS, who arrived here Mayor T. M. Murphy baa determinedto pied for some time by Mr. George ,.. ,

164. from Michigan some weeks ago to join have Kissimmee thoroughly cleanedup Singletary and family. Mr. Jordan's

:Mrs. L. C. Royall and the St Cloud Colony, went out to St. and put in a sanitary condition. new home is situated in one of the Mrs. Tress All Kinds of Sheet Metal

Tuesday for their home in Cloud Tuesday to pitch his tent on the I' Looking to this end, he is having blank most desirable locations in the city, a

after spending several weeks grounds and be in readiness to build a'I forms printed upon which the marshal and is in the midst of one of the most and Repair Work .

borne of Mr. and Mrs. Ira residence as soon as the allotment is will be required to submit monthly reports hospitable and friendly, neighborhoods, ......,
made. which Kissimmee affords. Mr. Jor- IS HEADQUARTERS FOR
home by
were accompanied upon the sanitary condition of '. 7
Marguerite Bass. Miss Lizzie Carson, one of Ki sim- the premises of each and every resident dan haa gone back'to his home in Iowa s
.. for the purpose of getting everything in Confectioneries Cigars .
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hoffer, mee's brightest and most accomplished of the city. \
readines for shipment. and he., with his
ladies has been elected to the Tobacco Stationery!
.: county,.Kaa., are among the young Mr. D. G. Poland of Keyser, W. Va., interesting family of seven, will returnto TIN ROOFS and PLUMBING I
rivals who have come to cast chair of Latin in Columbia College, at Souvenir Post Cards
who came down with the Colony excursionists .
Kissimmee at an early date;
will also be
: Lake City. Miss Carson
among the St. Cloud last week, has purchased six Etc.
gthave already purchased lots assistant instructor in the departmentof lots in the O'Neal & Osborn addition Miss Grace Townsend, State secre- r

/' build a home for themselves as music. through Brown &Harwell. Mr. Poland tary of the Christian Endeavor society, Fine Box Candies Specialty. r All Work Guaranteed ,

the allotment is made. in writing of a trip which she recently
Col.! J. W. Lilly returned Saturday has been spending several days lookingover 1
made the State has the
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Austin, I night from Kentucky, where he was our city and country, and thinks to over of hervislttoKissimmee, folowing"Sun- Tax Assessment NoticeNotlcet.hersby ,' JI
say :
sylvania who came down on called some days by a telegram there is an unusaually bright future in ;
ago day, May 23, there was Sunday school given that the Board of Shop-Opposite Valley Gazette f
ony excursion, are so well conveying the sad intelligence of the! store for this section. He left today County Commiflsloaen of Onceola County will
in the Presbyterian church of Kissimmee
i our city that they gavedecided death of his only daughter. Co!. Lilly's for home, but expects to return in the ; meet.et the Court House in the office of the OfficeSprigg ;
future and locate followed by masterly addresson tier: of the Circuit Court at 1e a. m July; 19th, ,
for awhile at least, and'are friends here deeply sympathizewith near permanentlywithus
. many, "Vacation Religion "in the Methodist 1909, for the purpose of hearing otAnplminte sod J
the .the Park Hotel. him in his bereavement.The ...
present church of which Rev. 'Mitchel Is'the devoted receiving tmtiaony to the value of any

7' Don't forget the Electric i Valley Gazette is in reciept of a ORANGE GROVE FOR SALE.-Situated pastor.. Miss Emma Yowel, president property Am* aiK>r of an TAXBNWltnew flxe4 and, unowned by: the County FlemingCLEANING r

Saturday.night. We have ; letter from W S, Alyea, who is now about three miles from Kissimmee, of the Christian Church Society my hand M Ez-ofllcio Clerk of aid

: Armstrong, of Tampa as visiting his family at Atchison, Kansas.He on railroad, less than one-quarter mile entertained us for the day which ended Board and the official east of said Board this .

I t(:'- she plays every night. Mr. has been spending the past from station and within 100 yards of: by the fine Ujpjpn Endeavor meeting 'daforaRy A D. 1909 -PRESSING '

,:*f::' ington, violinist, will assist few Weeks putting in some good church and'school house; thickly settled led by Miss Emma Futch. Then came (Clerk Seal)Circuit Court ARTHUR of Osoooia E County DONEGAN Florida, DYEING ,

t i music. Mr. R. A. work for Kissimmee and Osce- community.Gr9ve' contains 12 happy days in the hospitable home of Mra

) ';' pear in his new Irish ola County- and his well known acres, about 50 large, bearing orange J.W. Miller president of the Orange REPAIRINGLear

.') :Maud Gilbert will render ability in this line is expected to bear trees and over 400 grapefruit trees and Osceola district,and superintendentof HEALTH Mows ..AND..y..I.VITALITY.* HLLS word at house and olotb
my e
}' /' /"Captain Baby Bunting, much fruit. Mr. Alyea expects to return just coming into bearing;also nearly 400 missions for the State union. On The great Iron and toulo reetoraMve for me* will be called lor and returned. *

1| by beautiful slides. She will to Kissimmee about the 22nd of peach trees. Will sell at a .bargian Tuesday a union Junior society was or- and women, producer strength and vitality.

}j "Two Blue Eyes." Price\ of this month. see his chaarge of adv. In For particulars address box 283,. Kis ganizedof which more willbe said in fu- vitae.)4 box eboxe for :I&OO. Sold only 1: by !)Oaceol pw Satisfaction Guarantee

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'EDti A\R ALLAN POE t N iicef l Intention to Apply .took.Seventh. !' "!!! .

the names and realdeno of the ''e:: .
For Letters Patent subscribers and the amount .of stock: subscribed
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by: each of then arc aa lojlowa,W-wIt:
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CJL Carson Kuwlmmee, Fla,, 4 shares. ; Seasxmafyle i 'I .

Essay Written by Miss Maude Alford, a Graduate the Ir. B. o. BlxoktKlssimtnee, Fin., 4 shares: F
t, t> i. J. W. MUI.rJP'l"\q.' .., fla Ihba ; : ,

r Osceola High School of the Class, of 09, and Notice Is hereby given that four <4) weeks O. F. Kribtw KlsslnmiM,fla., 4 shares J JH -* i . ....%_...... "ye. 5
after O, Stanford. Klmdmmm Fla., 4 share; --...-........M. eMMMen\NVq\\\aN.. ,_- ,
Awarded the Fell Medal. Lb.pnbUcatlon hereof, towit; 'I" .
ToOk' Was
.. first 'Prize and ., .. .On the 2nd day of Ang-ust, A. D. IWV\, applied- 8.-H. Bullock ICuwlmmaa. Fla.,4 share!;, E '. == ,I... .1
ibis will be made to.the Hon. Albert.. OilIhrlsl -. W..B. Harris, Kiaaimmea Fla, 4 shares -
X r Oovernor the State of 'Florida at M. Katz Ktsalmmes, Fla, the Tallahsssee, Florida, lor the l..ul&oo.o'l.ttera V, B. Carson. KlHslmmas.j 4 ahkiW>i F GoodsAT \ i
from realm of lUht "
b apptneil.e.
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? The autbor .0 patent to the undersigned as. aoorporallotr-npon ']: F, O'Burty.KUHlmmos. Fla,4 shams; )
," "Annabel Lee,""The Haunt-. ... and hope in l which Bryant, 'Longfellow : the following proposed . Roma Thomas, Kiaaimmea, Fla.,4 share;' .. '
eel Palace," r.aki a., the moat''b'rllllant nod Emerson Jived and labor ARTICLES INCOEPOUAT10N: : O. W. Dsnn,Klsslmmao; Fla,4 (hares: .. :: :-:::.".::.' ,"
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character'; : Articles of HhlsSOlh AK!:. Donegau Kisslmmee,Fla 4 shares .MM.aawnaaaaaaaaaaanSe. \ ,
genius lo t.h. '.phere of weird ed. '"His t.! questionable. Incorporation Centered tulo : ; '
day of June, A. I). Iflou by and between i (. W 'Oriffln, KUdramss, Fla.r4ahares; == I 3. r
Is This Ie! the result of his i
Then defect
and fanUstio lIt.er.. ure. grave C. A. Csrsoni K. O. Meek. J. W. Ji llIer. G. r.Krtbbs. J. II. L<, Kl .lmmJ'la., f..h..j. ; == 1' I :::: .\oo\\
; r nothing singular In the tact that an of tetoperment which bisearly.hfe did .'II. C Stanford 8. H.Bullock W. B.Karri .. .John.IIICI'b.t..r.. Klsslmmeo Fla t tt shares j jJ -- i --' ,r.

j author', work should. be greatl]T influencedj not tend to control. *. M.Kau N. B. Carson, J. T. O'Berrr, W. CUmpson Kisslminss, Fit,4 shares; .

>ythellfe ha led-and' so it 'Tboufh( a maD= with many: J.UJOi"tietheha.b Roma Thom., C,..W.. anu.Jk. JJOpegan.C. S4. cBryanPamimmsylaa2share.- PRICES
wasthatthe'wrltingrof: l fl gar AUan en cOb.ldered' finestan4 W. ..rlmo.l. M. Lee. Jno. MePhatter J.Y., P. AfV'ana, Agnew XI..lmmtCl.FI..C iharesi: t LOW \1.1
, / Simpson N. p. Bryan P. A. Van. Agnsw, F. F Vans AgOew.Klsalmntaa: Fin.4 .na""l
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t Poe 'were greatly .ipflueoced by, his most original of America's men Van* Agnew, E. I.. Lesley. L.*H. Ingram. Z. E';U LeuM, K..bDmlI'lIo.. ihares; ,
thalEoe's char- etters. Poe differs from all" other W. Ifass sharesZ -,-
lite. "Let u. suppose b- ngreorKmfmmserfia;+ . :::: ,:
actel" and unhappy life necessary to American poets( in thathe had a des- who hereby assoclatethemselves together as a W Baas. Klsslmmaw, Fla,f .ba...; c.-
in for olte of body cortwrate node Abe constitution and law. Jn witness whereof the said parties have : '.
produce his works and charity theory poetry and closely fol :::: ...
of the Stale of Florida, '' their" =
od do adoptthefoliow'IngArtiolee hereunto set their hands and affixed
stet his misguided' ways' and cover the lowed It. "I'oe'stheory. of poetry was of Incorporation to-wlt: teals Uieday and ,_first&above written E. SEE OUR LINE OF ICE CREAM :'
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sadness of his personal life, while we briefly: Thai/ it bas nothing to do First the uame of the corporation shall be N. O. Bryan (Real ,
bring Into view bis great..genius." wlttf:; the truth; that it Is concerned 'the Home Bulldn1Cempanyof Klsilmme. C! A;. Carson (seals :::::: FREEZERS, HAMMOCKS.. MOSQUITO -+c
Florida, and Its principal pl.llo'of business ;Coss;.. W. Dann (Seal I)) '
most solely with beauty tbe highest 5 COOLERS '
Edgar Allan Poe the picturesque and expression NETS ;
WATER;
shall be In the Clty ef Klsslmmee, Countyof N. B. Canon (Seal), \ '
' character among American writ of beauty Is the note of sad Osceola, .
and State: of Florida with branches Roma Thomas (Seal) e .
.erg', was born In Boston, Jan. IP.1809 ness. To him poetry was. music and at either places In the Stale. of Florida and In )(. Kate (Boa) .' REFRIGERATORS; ETC. '.. 3

His father, David Poe, was.the son of there was no poetry that was not musical JJie'Unltrd Stages and-foreign oO"DlrlN" the R'. O. Meek (Seal) == ::::

P a Revolutionary patriot of the same in his estimation. directors. of the Company may hereafter' designate. I'W. Simpson(Seal) M:::::::: ,. -y
W. B. Harris (Seal
and studied law' In his .youth. The poetry of Poe, although I'lmlt- ww
name Second the object for which this corporation C W. Griffin (Seal) -
At s'n early age bemarrled an ,English; ed in subject and quantity; is among laforjncd Is to do any or all of -the matters.. and John M. Lee (Seal'

,t actress and forsook the bar for the tbe most musical and imaginative in things herein set forth,.vis: G. F. Krlbbe (heal) . G 1-
STflHFOBD o
aRguEsc
o, tage. Twb years after the. birth ofFAllaI' the land. 'Love, Beauty and Death or To otherwise acquire.br lands purchase and ,other exchange property, lease,both hire B.I. W.L. Lesley Miller Seal(Seal))) ._ CflfiSOH \: _

inn ..rethe from which he draws .
died In sources his -
his
ti poverty
parent. real personal and mixed, flr anvlntereet therein }. F. 0'B6r.&o( l) /

Richmond.. Inspirations, always avoiding truths L H Ingram (Seal) HARDWARE COMPANY 3.
Edgar was adopted-bj Mr. and Mrs. and morals. He said of himself, To plan erect and construct dwellings, bus t. McPhatter )heal) '
10... houses. and other buildings and works of
'Z
W. Baas (Beal)
Va. apd Wiih me poetry has not been a -
John Allan, ot Richmond, purpose
every description upou lands belonging to the H. O, Stanford (Seal) 7Jit 1UUUUiUIUUUtl111LULUL1L1UUUU1ULUUUUUULU1ULU1U
of John Allan Inbaptism. but passion. From the above
!
was given the name Company or upon lands of other persona,companies 8. H. Bullock (Seal) \.
In his new home he found statement, are we surprised that "The or corporations.To Arthur B Dooi-gan (seal)

; all ..the advantages and luxury that 'Raven" the poem by which be Is so rebuild existing, buildings enlarge alter oo, to Improve or from"or soy remove P. Vana A. Vans Agnew(Seal." (Seal) ) ........................N '\
'well F. Agnew
money could offer. In 1815, be was known is sad and morbid, and

1 , &ak -UTEngland/ where be spent five, that the impreswion of its weird and place Toconvertbolie.of or laud, i land belonging this Plate ttaovola of County Florida. ((1 : ROLLIN"S OLLEGE Z -'

On his iombre beauty, is deeply nobly serious '- .. nndenllgned authority, '
yo years In an English school. company or other compantra.-prraon or p |' Before me, the imrHonally FLORIDA'S OLL>EST COLLEGE
return he entered .a Richmond academy !P1' His poems have never given! sons Into lots or parcels, roads, street, alleys, appeared N C Bryan, C. A Carson, .
f o' or other conveniences, and to generally tan (has. W Dann N. B Carson Roma Thomas | School\., v Fine
Ito College and ; Expression .
Academy ,
his skill In verse-making givingblm toady man or woman a single or\Music
W B
q prove and Landry said lots or parceto of land If Katz, R. O Meek t W Simpson
prominence in the school. inordl thought. "They are full of by building boin"e and other bufldlng.Uhvrron Harris C. W Griffin John M Lee O, F. Arts Domestic and Industrial A>'ts, and Business. +

At the age of seventeen, he entered beauty and have a quality pf purity and selling the same either for cash on the Krittts B. L Lesley. J W. Miller J. F Carnegie Hall and third men's >rr\riow completed; electric . "

the University of Virginia, but on account of which even Byron was utterly In- easy payment plan. ou eotniuisnton or otherwise O'Berry. L. H Ingram; J. McPhatter Z. W lights, steam and furnace beat; large faculty; perfect health
capable.1' He has ; slfto to sell the said l.>t" singly or as a Bass, H, C. Stanford 8. II, Bullock, Arthur conditions fine athletic, boating tennis
courts
of his reckless expenditures.Ut. no equal amonII'poeLslor. :. ; gymnasium fields :
,whole whenever It appears advantageous' to the B Donngan, P. A Vans Agnew, F. Vans Ag- golf links baseball football and basketball teams champions of
the close of his exquisite sense of harmony ;
removed him at ... who
Allan company to do now known to m-e... be the parties executed Florida In 1909. Nearly a of aVmilllan dollars endowment;
the first session. It was only a as is shown In his poem, "The To undertake rod direct the management and the foregolnglnstrumpnt, and severally : expenses moderate; scholarships quarter t7ai ble;' Christian but undenominational .

,time after this that Poe made his.1ort.1 Bells." vale of any property Improvod and nulm acknowledged that they executed the same for ; stands forCHARACTER |

literary venture,which was tbe The capacities of Poe as a literary pnn'OO.I., personal or mixed buildings and the user and purposes therein exprmandWltnexs '
lands of said company or for other companiesor my hand and official seal this Sl>th CULTURE CONDUCT
cation of a volume of poems entitled critic were of the greatest. James pemomiTo day of June A. D. I_ : +

I 'Tamerlane and Other Po 'm.." \ Russell Lowell says, 'His criticisms manufacture,buy. sell deal and trade in. [Sal] S. H, BUI-LOCK. For Catalogue Address the President:

:- Soon after this, in 1828, he enlisted are distinguished for scientific precision any and every kind of Hood brick. Iron steel Jusllceotthe J'e..,.., First Diitrlct.Oxceoui . Wm. Blackman Ph.D. Winter Park Fla 2
in the army at Boston and throughthe and coherence of logic. His cement stone of every kind! and all and every County ,
f kind sod characteruf material and
? building
Influence of Mct Allan, whose heart -criticisms abound in great acumen suppliesTo NOTICE.Sale ......... .................

was softened by the deatb of his wife and force but are especially\ valuable make, enter into, form and carry out .'
.
he secured _an appointment at as cadet at la illustrating the .t.rutb that a critic agreement. and contract of every kind ,for I
,, oonatructlng altering and improving ducorat. of School Lands. C. C. Daowx. Manager
t West Point. Here he conducted himself must possess an analytical mind. W. 8. Hiawsbl- 8",, ',
log, maintaining, furnishing and fitting ,
'y In such a manner as to be dis Bis best prose works rise into the buildings of every character with oontractor.up, TalUhWee. Fla.. Juns M, IVW. SPK, OI A LTIES ORANGE /VESROMES

vt charged. This caused the patience of realms of art and are independent of architects, builders, material men. laborers Tea (tat* Board of Education. of Florida will *

..; Mr. Allan to- become exhausted; so te time and place. He aimed at the effect sud all persons whomsoever.To aell. to the highest and best bidder for cash,the OO TRACTS BROWN & IIIIIIWEU
w7NTFH;::
and being
described hinds lying
following iTIMBER
wag, accordingly thrown upon his own'resources. be wished produce and the comulete- enter Into make perform and carry out Florida. The 16th.Seetioe.l. RKSOKTSIMPROVED
c any and all other contracts of whatever nature situate In Osirola (County : LANDS
4r __ tes'.., of that effect,is_ something ire. necessary to the-needs and purposes o< this TowuaUlp 3U Range J Ki.Township REAL ESTATE BROKERS FARM /
' Poe soon found himself In Baltimore markable. The power of Po to an- company,with any person !aoaoclatiim or, 98. Ranre.SS;Township 112. Bangs SS,Township TRDCK;FARMS .. : 70 _

; where his literary career was tobegin. alyze gloom, horror and terror, and corporation private public. municipal, or 83. Range 88, ana Township' Range 8&. con _ _ KISSIMMEE. FLA.,

In 1833 he won a priie of C100 to which he gives actual life makeshi. body politic or with the Unltod."'" or any: talnlnI8.10II.:1c: acvea. this
dais of tbs lint appearance ol
thereof fot- From the
State territory or colony or coy
offered bv a Baltimore periodical for mastery over the reader most exciting sign Gtovernmeut notice ,until twelve o'clock noon, Tuesday. YOUR BUSINESS SOLICITEDIf

the best, prose story The winning his secret always seeming to To manufacture, purchase or otherwise acoulrv A\l&u'Srd. IBM sealed bids will be'' received by

story was entitled "A MSS. Found ins I lie in the skill he empfoys in dealing hold, own, mortgage sell, assign or Albert W. O.ltobrlst,...P..ld8l11I tho State. You Wish to Buy or Sell Come to See Us
Bottle." with such fascinating subjects The transfer Invest aud trade In. and with goods, Board of Education of\F'lorida.
ware and merchandise and property of All bids must b* addVessed to Albert W. Qll-
his in Baltimore he llv- weirdness and detail \\u his \11'61'hI.\ .' every '
During stay class, kind cud description and also to acquire, Christ President of the =elate Board of Eiucaoatlon :. ;
: 4rUh-his-aunV-UrW: ...cJemmwho... cev.rbee
young daughter, Virginia, he married is a story that shows the careful calculations all kinds and to undertake, the whole or any the purchase ol school lands" . :
part of the liabilities of any person,firm, seaoclatlon The State Board of Education reserves the [r"-
i 10 1836. She bad barely turned thirteen and analysis which gives accuracy ( !
Ordorpuratlon, aud to pay for the lame right to reject any or all bids. TICE.i';; .
years, while Poe .was himself but to his works. Though his la canhr. stock,bonds or other securities, eitherof By order of the' State ,Board of. .'Education,

twenty-six, - I prose works lack an. important element this coihpaay or otherwise! this. June 17th. 11109.' ., ,

j Poems devotion to bis cblld-wite? was -Inspiratlon-this Is"' atoned, for To purchase. 'lease,exchange, hire or,other- , Albert W. Ollonrlsl,president \\V '<, ,To.reduce stock, ; : :

;the most beautiful feator of his life, In* the perfect workmanship.;< ._. . wine scqulri/,any sudLUrlghte.privilege.per. -w.: K. RollowaY Secretaryf \\U "1;:" stock of spring goods .
As a writer of short stories h... bas mite,or franchises Cuitableand convenient for ,
Deed
t most of his poem. being inspired'( by any of the purposes of1 the business or bwdnessee Notice of Application forTax 1
her and Her sweet and never been surpassed and is said to of this dpmpauy.To '
, charm beauty. Under Sections 574 end 575
( 8o'leat.ure was, the one controlling be the originator of the modern detective borrow money upon any or all of theproperty One-Half Original Price. :(
<< Statutes of the
of the General
oer Poe' restlessness Consumption story on account of the manner or securities this company.
power To make and issue promissory notes, bills of
in which he works the details of State of Florida.
!l! however, soon claimed her up exchange boudaconlracta. indentures and ev Will sell Woolen Dress Goods at ACTUAL COST OR

1 for Its'victim, and on Jan 30.: 1847, she the plot and the minute attention ideuoe of indebtedness of all kinds whether; ..- Notice Is hereby given that H. M. Pfann and LESS for the next 50 days ror Cash Only.

:died,' when twenty-five, ;years of which he gives to the smallestpartic- cared by mortgages, trust deed or otherwise Uso T. Slngletar, purchasers of Tax Csrtlfl- \\V
tf a :In ulars. To carry on any other business which may (cates N.... :1H, ft: and aa dated the lit day of
'''Annabel Lee, Poe falls into -
age.
....' seem to the company capable of being conveniently July A. D. 19U7! have filed said CL-rllBcatei in my
His is style that cannot
', that melancholy state of sadness a help o.rrled'on In connection Mfith the sbove. office and have made application fortas deed

;which, chides even tbe'angels; for taking but admire for its smoothness' terseness and not hereinbefore specifically mentioned to Issue fta' accordance with law. Bald oertlrjcate ,- t H. C. STANFORD COMPANY

'd' away his beautiful "Annabel precision and olearlle... His and which Is calculated directly or Indirectly .flt brace. the following descrlb property Jt:

Lee.N works are written In an Intellectual to enhance the value of .t.h. .company's prop situated In O.oeola county Florida, towlt:
and highly finished mLoer and in'allbe erty or rights or Interest therein.To Cvrtlfl .....48 oei of ne;. Sec 21 tp278 R M. .. .. ..
:pur1eg.bta literary &C1.hlt1be. was do all and e"'rrtbIDIIDec..lIUlt.bl.:, 40 acres.TJertinoata. 20 nwX-of"nMt ec21 Tp ;' :---- -- .
connected at various timeswith be displays a highly developed artistic convenient for the of Cer lBoate 80 n..,M of
or proper accomplishment 37 South R fiS 4U'a< re* President >
.Southern Literary Mu"n el'tlt In sense. Poe had the most essential any of the purposes,or to the., attainment of awls Sec II Tp 27 South R W 40 atria Thd. C. A. CARSON, N. C. BRYAN, SECRETARV i

; RlobmondVU., "Oraham's\ Matra- characteristic of a successful'writer, any' one or more of the objects hereinbefore land being assessed at the date of tbs issuance
.. : In named,or which shall at any time appear oondilclve of such oertlnoatea'IntheinamM of Unknown
andrthls was Reaiusandhsnd hand
st.e'rsnd'tbs ,'Gentleman's Maga* ; or expedient for the protection or ....." Unknown and Unknown. Unless said swrtln- The:Waters &
1 ', aiDe 'The Broad-i with his ,genius went his originality- of to 1&w. tax Carson <
1 t , J'OJl1ad.lpbl. eat this corporation eI&h.r.a. hotdart of or oates shall ba redeemed coordlug ,
Way Journal.,."."The Evening Mirror'1 for indeed, we do' not find 'another interested many property or otherwise; with dee I ...11I1..ue thereon on ths. 2n4 day of,August '

"f: VOodey's. rjadjr's Book," in New Such original mind= in all the historyof all the power* now or hereafter conferred by A. D. 1_.

'i,,,, York.491 American/ literature. "[0 point of I the laws ol the State of Florida. Witness my official signature and seal this
1
Third,the amount of the capital stock of the
thsZud day at July A. U 1909.
view in aim and in method he I. involuntarily Grocery Company
p..t.1II'Ork.bf Poe were writ- : '
The
a' said corporation shall be ten thousand (MOOOO) (Sat) ARTHUR K. DONEOAN
".. i < "tea before>> the death of his beloved unique."' No. matter I dollars. ,to be Increaed hereafter to any amount Clerk Circuit Courtof Oscetola Cousty. Florida.

rl' Virginia:;.-After her death bs became whether it be poetry, criticism or flo- ,that maybe desired said capital stock to be

I: .t i faeryons;wreo1r''aDd, resorted, more lion, in all be shows a i'l'ea111..11_ I paid, up ln_ lawful currency of the United Notice ot Application for 'fax '
Stales of America or equivalent or in labor -Wholesale and Retail Dealers In-
.:: "J.f and more' frequently to stimulants.OB /guided by his genius and originally; or as*vices as the Board of Directors may direct; I Deed Under Sections and .
.. bls i'return from a;visit "Rich- In his own peculiar sphere he.. is.un. lb.M4 capital stock to be divided Into four I 574

nf. ''inond, he died In Baltimore, Oct.. 7, surpassed by any other American, hundred (400) shares of the par value 4 of ,,,._. 575 of the jCren -ral Statutesof
writer: ty-five ((12& dollsrs eaoJa;.* least Ua per'cent.UO ie'' G'RO'CERIESWE
it 3849, and is said to have been drug the sr Florida.]
percent.)of,the capital stock: of aaidoorporatlon -
Tbe value of Poe in American literature "
'f ced'
J 1 shall ba paid up la lawful currency of Notice Is hereby given that P.A. Vana Agnew
t! 'Thus ended'lobe life of our most In- cannot.be realised until we image' the United Bht... or Its equivalent upon oomnsnosaientof purchaser of Tax Oertifloales N.... 32 and

,J.t, ....,IDI' man of letters Edward Ev- American-literature without him) business. 28dUwdthe lit day of .Jwb.A. D. ItOT. bas,
'---" Bale says of him, "His whole, then bis,'worth appe..... When the :Fourth; the time of commencement of ..... died laid certificates la my offlcs ant bas
._1't corporation Shall be the data of thsr. iasusno ...... SELL -- -
o. y. time com'-. that sn .ut.bor'plaoeD DUde application for tax deed. to aocord- WE BUY
life was a tragedy In.which tombra '
of IM letters patent by:the Oovernor of the Ins to law.
,p abides played unceasing/ role, and literature. is to be determined not by State of Florida, to a&. and to-M eoaitlnas In Said cartlfleatvs .mb",.,. the following described '
b .' je;from'out these;weird depths came his weacness- not by his lack of self- operation for a term of ninety-nine)M) 1'.'". property situated In Osooola county.Florida HAY HIDES L '

iorb(,.things ,so beautiful t.hat'"hell' restraint at times, but by the value of i Fifth conducted the business. of the corporatloa shallbe towit Certiflcste :No. tt Lot 1 and'NJiLot GRAIN '
his contributions to the 'world's liter by .president vice-president, 2 See 12 Tp 21S R W Cast!It acres. Certlfloato -. FURS'
sadness Is charming( and holds
,very
secretary, treasurer, general managerattornoy No.2t.H Lot 1 Sac U Tp 25 8 RIO E M acres.
T4 us In i spell' ol ,bewitching enchant- Amer-ca' and not lesa than three (I) nor ""l'b.lald lands being assessed at the date of FERTILIZERS

metoW1'Both' as. .a.man And af an nor than seven (7) directors; .and any two or Ihs Issuance of said tax: Oertifloales In Lb.names I WOOL
author there Is a sad fascination more of said. offloea may be held by one and. the L. P. Il fleD and Unkown. SHINGLES
: For Sale at same'pereon; said officers ahall be elected annually AND
about I a Bargain. Unless said certificates shall ha redeemed according
him which belongs to no other. ORANGE BOXES
,the annual election occurring on the
to law, tax:: deed will issue thereon on
r author"perhaps In the world." It was, One 7-room residence, Patrlok's Addition. I Third Tuesday In January of each and every the 2nd day of August A. D. 18011. ALL

u but ps>tural for a man of his nervous ;year) the officers of the corporation for the Witness my official sUnalurs and teal this ths' ORANGE WRAPS

1.fismdler&ment to !rail Qnrbl.Joi':>-' One 7-room residence, Bass Addi Oral :year, or until their_ successors .hall..be I tod day of July, A. D. I,.M.iSeaU I VEGETABLE CRATES COUNTRY
elected:
bore"or to ecl.1'8th.t.bl.aoul.hould I ARTHUR C. DONKOAN.
: tion.One 0"1'10.: I Clark Circuit Court Osooola County TloUda, I
PRODUCE'
.tDev.rmore'AUtwtt! ; from the shad- 6-room residence,. Ha thews'- Ad. A. E. DonaganVrokldeot OeneraXManagert CRATE NAILS
.
: .otygf'.the' ".Raven",:upon I the floor; : dition. .. HEALTH AND VITALITY

these are the, expressions of .a soul .One bearing. ..orange grew about 27Strees. ., H. C. Stanford" 'Vloe-President / MOTT-a HanvamHa NaN ,
and .. H. Bullock: secretary and. Treasurer The great Iron and toula restorstlrs for man We sell field and garden.see da or at] kinds.
Joys
separated frombappybuman
strangth and
and women produces vitality
... Q. F. Kfibba, Attorney.A builds the and ranewa the normalvigor. We five special attentlop to fitting- out
Brtf'echoes' "Of ,Bis melancholy These can be had cheap 'on reasonable np system hunting, and camnijiff.>
-' '. For sale br druggist or by mail (100 pwbox.
"' 'thoughts. ." ':: '-.' terms, : OlaDO'l'OM' boxes. for IS 00. .Sold only by tiaeeolnfharmasT parties. / *'

.!Poe> lived,la a 'dungeon of depression WATERS, .: A 'CARSON ORO. Co. K. JIone :D,B.C. Stanford, B. H: Butock. Free delivery in city limits. Phone No. 12. -- .','
.John M t Lea, Rome Thomas. We are ountya.rent8forgood fertilizers. Ask ;; '
and bis whole life was a constant Old p.pera for, sale at the Valley.Qaxette Sixth, the highest indebtedness) or liability Old lIe"ipapel'l for sale' at this office and prices on fertilizers. J us.t forirculars, ',
f struggle with poverty"-so different office. of. at 20c r"100,"' -
which this corporation oau at. any time subject p ,
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" ,and Moon- .as ..recommended, will .be i I - .- .
'I KRIBBS AND MOON -Q.Tsc. .
made Onoe
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,- -' I desire to tbanic you gentlemen'very I ''f

: Are Recommended Tor County'Judge much for the careful :m"DD.&I' In'which' '.Notlea .la her.br riven that the foUowtnjr daaerlbad ....... or a*much tkoreof u will bain. ..... N.F: 'BASS
, ... .oMtIo par the amount .doa' for taJ<.. haraln .*oppoaita to the lama. < toxther withea.tegweh..l.andd..rWing.wUlbi..ldatyu
..F and this matter. bashed, attention", And .toexpress llaot1coa _.tha 6th.... .t. Jut.ATD. U0,.t '. ..1'I '
iv Prosecuting Attorney. especial appreciations of ia.bnm..y....C.una.e o-ta teed It\atoe of e1orld., .' .-
my ,
'{ 'Thiie following proceedings; were bid the Admirable'manner and fprra In I .
, CONTRACTOR and
: by the County Democratic;\ Executive which \recommendations- have. been t 'J> liSa BUILDERr

wCpmmtlteet,,whictt: wer/e"occasioned by; submitted. ,to this offloe.; y ." E6CRI1' ION'OF LAND' J J "
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avsoanoT" "occur ring 1i la the office 'of 'Very truly yours, .. Does General Contracting< and Building And' Furnlshe. Estimates ..

county judge'made so by the death'pf i ALBERT W..GiLCHRiS, tIt
; on Structures of
e N an sizq, or Dim.nslons"bether
''W of.w}<1-M' cor run*n"ydawiOjrdaa '
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W. R. ohD tLo ; being necessarr Governor,
Judge "16 "0
WydaoUOydaM.. lOa' 18. 81..A be .Two..Room
1 .. ...,' ,,,,,,,,, 1110"of. .; Cottage or a Tourist HoteL ,
to. recommend' suitable person NwUo/a. .. ""', :... 18 ,.JIIIe' to.OII"!" .
ee i. ',..., ...n} .. ......... 29S3 S. aSH 40. Baledon.Mro'L /.... ... t 1M .
, 'W the governor to'fill the position. .un.tljl "of.W'4. .\\.'as'st............. ....X ...... ... ..40 D.ugbulJa..1. .... 01Be. Makes'aSpecialtr' of, boring ARTESIAN WELLS" ,.i +. '
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.:: enext general.eleven,.* w 440 e.yda 01 r 110 awry yda of a 440 raw yda..a 110 rd. 18 SSa 88a 101 Gore. J K.,. ............, T ot 4 in which he has met with the greatest success .. .
'The.4Jraystone Hag 17a.rdaof tens oor of tt.4 of"' a..w4. '<.... of any man in Florida. 1 .
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"') rniu.10ft yda a loe. w lot .140 __ .. _. ,_,
r Klsslmmee( Fla., June 28, 1909. . . . ,j-U: .. .M. ''- -" .! t
.sa. .. . ..4. *' IIIe be... 8 _$faSl.RendY.....u .d- -
Pursuant to the following request( o1Odveruo6 (KIIt.IMM.. R..226d.aof: aa ear of iwK" of awl- - - - -- : *
PLA
'- --- 7f 7da wl1* "rdoII: ( >1 )'d. Give him your work': '( +
\ Gllchri: TisU .as .4fda.tayd......... SS 35.8.. S Alderman ties. EOto..,. 8 MNw .5'Wll be. well and' lone.Kissimmee 'Fla. r lt
.\ Honnr.Addeaon'*aub-dlvUloa ot 'nw y offcots '- : quickly .
June 18. 1909. L.ke'Tohopek..1I61' '*.. .. .. ........... ... ..'; ..... SAa SSaSSa ..
'Bon. Chairman. Democratic On '' ''. ?. .. . .. .. ... ... .. .-t. \ .. sau IMa 1 ..oLau..1IDDL........ 411 ... . .
T. M.
Murphy Hunting Fishing, Sbooiloll.n..t.hlDIr. .... ........... .. ....... ......1..\,.... II jjb. 11IIo ll4 Joumacaa Mil Mar,... SI ....
Executive Committee"; KUelmmee Golf Tennis Roque Lou 10. 23. 211. :no n. il. sa.
21.. lL 10.
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'I ... Clock 4.Dd II .. .. .. .. .._ . .,. r.- 18 by 180 tAli Acld_B....,.:.. ...... 118 u4
Florida. Cricket! Golf Baseball, .>4 of .../ ......a..... ....... ......... 1 260 810 W W.teoaR ..... ...... 1M '
. Shooting: ........ .,.
; hare telegram ofthle Trap 150 300.0 'lI..rbel' W.I" :
, Dear 'Sir-I your1 Terms t 2.60 to 93.60 per day.. Ho** ofSwUof awl4,6 s. :........ .... ..... ..... .... 4 .as lOa 4U BarberW.... . .. .... ... 1 A4
'date ..a.III DIP me of f >he death ofCountr 116 $21 week. N (Of .,' ofiw'i.. ......... ... ... 4 1Ie! lOa to arborWr.. .. ..... ... 100 SONNY"SOUTH STABLES
andh.a've'thlsmorning to. per 81-*of... ,of n4. ... .... .... 4e 26a *'- :lO Bar'' . . ...
'Judge W. 'R. Johnston WU of ... n'.4of..woof nwj . .' wired you as follows: t1 Ntfof ne4of n.a! aaUNwMofnwK ..,. .. ....... ..... .. 4 8110 20 B.w:::: r., ....... ... 1 00in . :" .
To Our Friends: A. ..... ... .. .... ... .. ... t 55Of 8110 40 Patrletr JJ . ......... ** V... ., '
, / Please have' meeting Executive Come and meal'at. the LotI tl......... .... .r .. .......... ...... 12: IIIIa 80e f.1 TtnclalllB ... ... ...... '"
:.I.: try a 8 ', 10 1180 80. 40 UakDOtr1l .... .... ... 1 M L.,. H. INQRAM'Proprietor. i '
((W" Committee early AS possible to recom- hotel. Single meals hoc; 21 Be ..tens of 8..yJ.1.4" run.'a 5 e6'olu .

mtnd appointee.for county Judge." meal tickets. 110. Rooms tl per ....7.I58.hI.l-3d.... .1JSf .hI.......... :24 26e 29. T ,Unknown..... ...... ion u"". "
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Wlf.otnwl4ofe."aadrS4o.wi4ofe, !" 7 W. 40 1'I.aJ B. .1. .
The appointment to fill the vacancy day. ." .. .}.. ,. ., 17 2IIe 21M' 40 Lnwdar Mn P ...... 168 ,

.:. caused by the.death of Judge Johnston, Vo.of>.t way Intw.etlon Fl. MM et'K7 a iim rune of lot n-waatarly 3 and rt 11\\ . Livery. Sale and' Boardingfl. .

recommendation alone ft at' ..,..141 oh..w..t.rly at "
w111 be tnadeupon '
: THURMAN ... \ 'I' !
H. W
rlvht .a. w/th.M rightof way to
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of the Democratlo: _"EiieoutlveyCommltte .Una of .lot 2 thanoa aakd a Una to baa-. 11 2&.- 1180 16 Ju RobtOaaaJW Etatol.. .:... 249 ani--veblol81
Pp0PRraTOR.UPTODATE. ''All of nH of awl4 of,lyinc ..ofnof" Well t with Ne" Stock and
equipped
of Osceola count, provided that.recommendation "'Q'oIF1aMIdI Ry "'"'''' ...... .. '18 26* :28* a ... ..... ...;.. 103 prepared
le made at a meeting .) DW'' of 1"ae}' h lnt .w of n M meet ..U demands with perfeov,sMlsfsxrtlon.HEAVY . .
ofwayaf Fla IIruna R,. .. .. .. .... IS 24. 2He 14 Thonpaoa J W:.... . 116
with'open doors after full and timely IIuo pd...of .. 01 .nw34 ot nwl4 .
l4ftw41,,t.T.lIltoU8tttobc 24 2tis 28, TM, 'Unknown .. .:.. ..\.. 1 os'II" I w
notice of the place and hour of such of aw" of naM ... .... .... .. 21 ".. 28e..10 MoOotvam John... 1 8SI HAULING A :SP J; tLk'y, A
meeting duly given to each and every Bwl4of..lt.. ... ....... .. .... ... ...... 16 20'n.. 40 Unknown.: '.. ... .. 64
N.Ieef.w4 .. ... .. . .. ... ... .. 89 SSa XTa 4U q....."",. J W *CoWl .. ... 1 64 d
member of the committee. CAMPBELL. CITY. .BROADWAYPHONE -101. \ .

A. oopv of this letter I. being mailed. .... nw roe of nwK. of naU meh 11.21. '" ... ..... 'T.
member of the commhtee.Yours and House >0...ehl to n. way of An: L R, ......
each Sign .
very truly thea. &Mnntobc.a wc.-bo along.Id. ... ..not.. ..wp. ....$2,44eb. .... t 160 28e s y! DouS.Mil. ML. .. 6 ..8NAltOOOSSJE. I ...n11..
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Albert W. Gllchrlst, Lot ( Dlo>eto .. .... ...-;-' .. ....'. .. . : .. Ullknowa. .. ........ 11LotIBlookO. iT' : ., .,.",.'..t.I,
Governor .. . ... .. . .. .. .. .. .. Uakaowa....... .. ..... i \ WHAT ME/VNSI .j j kill, Ir
W'4BbckK.. .. ..... .. .... .. ....... ./ ... Uaknow" .. ... .. ... ... 61 'icnOw what ik'.C.pttallt' "., 75*
And further pursuant to the follow' Painting S Many; \>eOpl..h not i 8D for or the Oltreran l( w
HENDON PARxr: tweeu bank of Unia or BO oaplt&l and one with\ a large.. Ita1..
18th ..,, .. .f
I notice published June and Lots 13 and 14.. ... ..,..... ... . .. .. 8 2.'ia' 81. ... Ullknowa .. .. ........ 1 OA u < '
ne 25th In the Klssimmee Valley Lot 46 .. ,, ... ... .. .., ... .. II 2.'ia' 31. ... Brown H T .. .. ..... 1 011 A BAfI'8 cAPITAr. AND SURPLUS ..m ,t ., .... -
RUNNYMEDE. S I. Ib. fund that protwiu the depoaltor.. from lore. therefor the larger..i, lit t,4!,IIII .._
tette, a copy of which notice. was greater pVoUotloa the depositors.. Phi ban* hen a '
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61 .
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Unknown ; ,
11 6S.
Lot Bloek + b
< . .... .. Capital of .. .... .. .OOOCJQ., .1 r I
the .
esch of .n'.I.
Iled on June 18th to Iota land 10 Block TS ... ... . Uokaown. 77 II "," '
I . ..... .. Bceplgsued '"f .r.: 16,00000. I.. ., .l 'L' '
. . .. Unknown 61 ;5. "r .
:ht members of this committee: Paper Hangings lasticoing Lot lot 8 11 Block Block 10 KB* t 0# Unknowo. ... 61 i Stookboldcra* liability\ ... .. ..... .60,000oq ? .j ,. ;>t ti

ember bt the Osceola -County Executive A total .X .'....flUMJOOCO') '.,,\L. 'R
Committee are requested to KIHHIMMEK: CITY : Thin means that we moAt lose fll.00Q.OO before our dOpolltoN-ad: ,ilou a. .\0

10 ... ROBINSON'S :ADDITON.Lot . \ : cent This protection UJor YOU. ...., ..
meet on June 2Hth 1909, at m. 6 Block 0 Weaver H W . 6 01 "" '0

\ at he court house, Klssimmee, Fla., Satisfaction Guaranteed FLA. LAND AND IMP. CO.'S ADDITION.Lot : STATE BANK OF KISSIMMEE I ." .'V"

\ for the purpose of recommending asuo- 76 leaa ...... na cor runs w 816 ft. LW : .....-0_ -...., ...... ,I... "

_ ,-\ \ to the Hon. W. R.1 Johnston, N/dlotrun.wltbfe.tnlluft.IW ft. 816 ft n 189 fMt alao l less bee >e nor ft / i Kt.avaiMSPt.osaaa., ,.. ,..uI..., .tll'Aw .1,tI .

\ censor .. .. ChalkerRE ,. . 2 0.1 .< ... '\ft I'
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\ \ County Judge 'll.nd Judge of OH1t-Y. norVloePraaldeot bABsoJT1
late c. A. 0A RBON $ : M. a.
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Lot 75 run. .
GILBERT Ben corner w f t.a 810
GEO. A. 1 V
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Bounty Court. T. M. Murphy, ft. 106 f t a 21U: f t.. .., . . Mathewa J T .A l3 :it President .., ,. . .C. "1 5 .
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-.J Chairman. PICKRENS SUB D1VN OF LOT 7t':. .\a\NNa\a\IN. .eNaNNfeeN. ..aNN-. ..leaNNS. ....- S
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; CONTRa TOR.' Lot* Brown Tom. '. .. 1 M II . .. II-a 7Y ,
llhe Executive Commit- ,, .. .
Democratic ..
: ROBERT BASH ADDITION ',' I.' > I .I''I II. I' .

mlttee of Osceola county met at thecourt All Block M. L. .. .. Small Mary" ..... .. 1 M
f house at 10 H. m. on Juae 20th WILLIAMS' KIDNEY PILLS Lot H I Shoemaker.; Sub Dlvn of a.kQ.L.;, Rivera. July $ Id DANN'S' WAGOtf-::wMEt: ,
Have rote 'neglected your Kidneys' Have Hear 60 ft n of aw oar Block. T L rune n 170ft.yuft.loftwydit ) "
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In T. 880
: Hick. Morgan.
190, there being present person you overworked. your nervoua system and I ''C ;
M. Murphy chairman, precinct No. 1; oauiMxl trouble/ with your kidneys and bladder? 1 Be* aw cor Dlk TL runa n SO ft o 99 ft...50f ., 142 I .. . - -. --I, '" I '."! I'll A* M'rifV milHIOH' ,' " .
HaTe |n ii>ih a, aide back grolnaand t w UII i f t Unknown R '"
pains
you Watera TJ ... . .. 6 1 9t GRADE VEHICLES MADE 'TO ORDER "f
No.2 W. L. flabby of tbe AU except aw'i Block "L. 7;
J. H. Steffee, precinct ; bladder? Hare you a al enrpnes .
fao., eipeolallY under the ey">T Too frequenta Lot 4 Block t 1 leis beg nw cor..1d lot rune.' \. ,.. "' "* ... .., f 1.
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, ; ---Ca bell\ precinct No. 3; A. B. Wha- daalxo pass urine If ..... William Kidney S66ft.b6ftn'.4.ftw49ft. ., .. .. Barn..lMnMEE) $- 6 21 AT REASONABLE ICES. I1.di,
/ Pllll will oure yon_l Druggist Price SOc. Hold Bea aw cor Block 0 rune n 7' ft. tnenoe e .P : .: '
'i. ley, precinct. No.4: Young Tjajjajlprecinct only by Oacenla PUarmaeyEureka tort of waxofA 0 L Ry thence .-' ; ,;. r'

Ity No 6: F. W IiU-secretary, waatorly alone rt of war 7U ft then w to' ... .. . '
baa .. BocotTho.ROI1KHT I 81 ,
HOr8e8ho ai dRep"alit: :W(or c"ot
prec1.nctNo. 8-constituting a quorum. BASS PEOOMD ADDITION. Blacksmlthing, lpg+ > : :

The mloute & the last meeting. (August Lot 4 Smith Jim. .. 1 83 i 1 fatl18 ,"
i A11JKIndf Done Plrsk: ( lttaa Wockmott : "
8th) jroraread and approved. PATRICK3 ADDITION by;. "Ir.
) Pressing
of Bee ne cor Illk CC rues > vg 10-12 ft w Its ., t. I ...I'ff, ,'1 ...'I\\-lJl., :; ,,..I
w.fItL1rmaD stated the purpose .. ...
yt ftnVMiO'12 ft. !11t1 It.... kX Ram.yMtsLSB. 2 80 '' .
LM
S onUi .ri.ilHU j
>e meeting[ to be to recommend a suo- LANDS!:! NOT PLATTED. -. :

1 alor to the late Hon. W. R. John ., Club Elgofnw'leofnwiofnw:" .! i"-,. ... .24 2S.( 190 6 Ramsey Mm ISB. ...... 360 J. J. DANA>- Proprietor. '


ton as county Judgeand .x-officio ... ". ;" '<','" .-N .... C. ',L., BANDYa'Collector .;. ,
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the court. ) ,"'
Judge of county ,1't W'i'\4
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consisting of the chair- "iF!'>. }",c'i;'% ; A committee, ::NM; ( .&t' j .' '", ' .Ykst.5lTithwat, : \ .., ;
Pressed

.1.0 al death sir. and of up secretary the suitable nOD.,resolutions was W.! :!R.appointed Johnston bn the'to .' ''';:'i and Clothes GUARANTEED.Repaired.Cleaned:,. ',* All-J rork*..1''I Iii" ': I. f . .. .. .,'.OT3'CE. .. '.' .:,:'.. ".-:'" :. : Y "..-. A THE 'BBJUSTBHE tt c E '' Il! J I ifcSlops c l S VM VMANTHON


!r!t'lame to be published i In. the Klsslmmee \

Valley Qaz tt.e. Notice I to hereby given that the following d",c-rlbfldS nd< will be sold at public auction A. 4.Olt, Propr etor, 1{

fI!. The following" names were placed In phone 149 JOHN B. KING on too 2nd day of Augum. A. D. HUB. in front of the !town hail door it KUslmmne City, lu the fu. AuFairbanksMorse
\ fountr of One..>t end State of Florida, or go milch thereof a\.vflU be necewary, pay-the ; POP' .."
Domination as candidates for said opbpintmeD . .' 'wttl ,b of sale and adver
amount due for I."eo herein set opponte to the amo together ) .u< cost /
l \: George F. K-rlhbs, and L. tising.
:
A. Minx. Whereupon the roll being Gas .EnginesIrrigating ,

: called, George F. Kribbs revel veil the ER Y NAME: DE4CRII'TIONOFPROPERTY Tat. Tu 1,Cost ttd : Outfits
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": unanimous vote of the committee. S v

.J. fj"be chatrinafj explained that Mr. ll.limit t Kbbluion'i Addition .raw 1 ..
scarcely any totb _.: - 4l r
KrlbtS being now the county attorney '", Lot 8 mock 18. -' . .' . _J7 86 67 a1 - '
Iske.tim.sadmon. Gauldlng.Barney
but ft Waharc Thompson: Lot 4 Block 1", ...-,_...,, .-. .-.-. .r.: :rl0 2068hoemaker' AUTOMOBILES RENTED OR REPAIRED'ARTESIANWELLS :
his and _table .
,for the court, apodlntment been ImproTlngflower .
county '
.' -d.lor over 50 y...... Mon than sea.peopI..re Sub-dlvUion of Blocks DL and IL Bam Addition.J. t. ,'.
br.ttfe-Governor! would create a v acancy working' to make Ferry Rowland .N!4 of Lot land all Lots Ill AS "

t; in the office of county Attorney, Leeds wit For you aal Bay..rarywacr th..ba *..Perry'a._ Frank Rhfmei . ..Shoemaker'.... Lou U and. 8iib4ilrliilon: .ol Block HL B.*.Addltloa. Ml 1 D IVfN ANY DEPTH' '

-whereupon the following resolution rfR ms0 BH SAL
t1009
met MV itfovf r.. Anna IU ... . ? .L t4 .'.. t11 161
II' ,'va. unanimously adopted: D. M.PERRY*OO Pelr.K.Mlafc. 8hoot nn.ker'a Subdivision of Block QL Baia Addition.

I, tY.1:_ Whereas, by request of the .Govern- Jnly u......- ... .. ..-.eta and NX of Lot 4. 420 4 os SohcitHll ; Re paftWork
: ;
Kinds
er the committee haa recommended theAppointment Robert Rau Addition. .

of Hon..George F. Krlbb's SEEDSDR. 'gllai Conwell.Horgao .. 'pW9! and NUOf 8W X Block PL. .. S 24 1n X. -* ---, *- -.T* ( ). -.
Blcki. WWo* Block ,.((1001I) a 10 Y 6M0
1 and .. .. NW o( Block TL .((1'JOijaiOHenry : .. .
of Hicks
to the office county: judge ex- Morgan I. F f.' S LC 1-
.* Robert'Ba..... . W of Black UL..I.' . .... .. ... . 6 80 .711 -
;SS\c\o Judge of the.county- court; and O. W. Aabton .... B gat NWcx>rof Jilt F8,.run 8 70 f t, :99f$ 2)' 11o'R'O4IEiF

Whereas, aaid appointment;will cr<- Hn.:. 'C. A\ Minx: .- t2 Ot.l.nd3Bloekd.W 9\1\ ft . ........ ..... .. .. .... 1040(74 .-to 6 49 tLIaoI. :5

ate a vacancy; In the offloe of county. LESLIE -WEEDON BltaaMr. .. . : LAU 1, and 8 Blook 21. 12 60 18 66
.. C.. A. Minx .. Lx>U 1. :2 and ft. Bloek l22..J' .. 1000 10 MI'M
,Attorney: andWhereas alra.M. E.BaraM.. Eat. Lot Lee. Bee.e N W laid lot, runi 8 98 ft, E.. 4ul
far WeaitTlnBlockl .. 1 C4
Coi. wi ft,
it'is probable that Specialist-Eva. '.Cbu. Sheppard E to Ba 01 way ol A 0 L Ry\I'.n. aw..toIrlr.alON. : .. . _' _. U.Jf.w'
ernor Gllchrlst In case be should ap; -' NpseDand. Throatf -.... ..._. ,' ,Rt ot wa 'JII". th.O WtoBeg ; I2J < ; '
Thomas Bacot .. lie at the 6W cor of block O. rnn.75 fl thence E .
a. point the Ban George' F. Kribbs to to Rtof w.y of 11 C L Rr lbenc8we..ertf along ; "
Rt of w.7,78ft to beg. ..... .. .... 01.( M 1 tl l ,
the benchfwould request the reoom- Private HoaoiUJ. American National Robert :&...2nd Addition. ."j',

mtbdatlon' ot this committee In the Bank 'Buildin .:Tampa Jim Smith. . .... Lot 4.. ... ... .. .. ... *- .... ... .. .. .. : 08 ,' ... 1g1

.hatter of the sttorneyshipt ; Florida. South Fla, R. R. Co'l survey 'a '.'

Resolved that In order to save time, x. Bag at the most -.oolberly cor of Lot 3 Block 19 "' .
'. 47 de ree. W 71 ft. 8 '
'siVa anticipation of the GoverD r'. 48degrt..WlS1t,847degr .. E: 71 ft. .... .. ...(. 2100 ?9sps. : Sold .- .

&able this committee fur- Td. RIVERS Jft. D. H. A..' Mmthew'i. A4 \tI.Ii. .' .',' I: '.DJ n .., xt /, .;il,. -. _ ._ _.. . -.u---:.:: ..:,:

= 'thsr p recommend action to Gorernor Gllchrlst / Be4I.0Corn.IC..-i .- .. ... -....." LoV 7 Blo'"<'!kQ W.'.c.A...=Patrick'a'...... ....Addition..F. ....."....., ... .".... ......... 11-6 .:; 'I',. "-,.161.. ,. "' '.

e> appointment of J. L. Moon Esq., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON r. Gillette" .. .. 8Hof Lot 1 Block V...... ... .. .. .. . .. 'toe '". l-bf : '" .. ''' ' ,.." ." ;

.1'.j to the office! of county attorney in the Office oer Oaoeole. Pharmacy .J.W. Thompaou.. ..... .. E.yof Lot. B1
Lands , .. . :; .Ii
event A vacancy; should occur by rea- I Residence 153 LaChappelle.Joaeph WU of NEMof NWT4 of NWK Section 2f Town : : : : .
QI'ril"'o
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"rain of the resignation of Hon.. George PUONES r Omce 148D's' . .hip ::<6 It.nl.III: ,1. ". I .104 1 . -t, 81 41 Sc _

u '"r% Kribbs. e LaOh.ppeUe,iMr. . WU for Of 190'7.HEX! oSNW14ofNWl.ec2Nt926It29. ...'. ... tog l "l 'y'.' ..

Whereupon the committee adjournedsubject t J. W. SIMPSON ..1.1.8 Ramaey. ElofNWl4OSNWho1NW3ySec2ATp: ( 28, B 29Joaepb Flu 266 . 11

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call of the chairman.
w. to
lecxor.
Mcl'HATTER13io
T..M. Murphy; Chairman. DENTIST.Up.tatra J. .:; ., --y-r,1r.'Y-,, : .' ------ -- ,

l ? fT. J. R. GILBERT Deputy Collector. .
W. Hill. Seoretary.lA in Kati BulldltlK.Orncm By --- -
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; 1 ''wde1; ,., : BO B8: f ?:& too m.5&"E: : '

Tallahassee, Fla. June 28, 1909. Telephone No. 76 Jun 6, IrrJPHY81CIA1T

lion. T. M. Murphy; Chairman''Dd- Machiire eere0.e.' :
Malsby 15to-5Qj.
'Hon. F; W. Hill Secretary Democratlo ( h ,

( Executive Comsnlttee, Klsiimmee ,

,.Florlda. v OCEAN ST. . . .. JACKSONVILLE FLA- r'
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$ .,..G4IDt.lemea-1 have the Donor( ,to acknowledge w.' Z6: WIt: 1'r7 Viking Hosiery: for l'\.eti. Women and
Portable and Stationary. JJDlrlae.! ; '
receipt of yours of the 26th AND 'STTBOKON. Saw MJUi. Wood- rklno Machlnnerar Children.

Instant transmitting. : the recommendation i.heotes Picao S*. .Kaaia4i.t4rgta. t r r II ( 11 fI&l: reset' 11 Hi U lHtrt.UJ r u rl 6lJ> fQ.fr'lt.OO.. lix/ -
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of the Democratic', ExecutiveCommittee ) P.oN P7. FLOam.. g il3d 4J7 |>l ; '

ot Oaoeol. County; foe the 104) carried, In ..toot.for.- immediate .No Better Goods on the Market at Those Prices. e'

.,.l1pb1Dtm_. of ;'.Hon.. .George R c. ,W.. WeCARSOf4{ D. D.PARLORS ,r"S.D.NTAC ...- ae -K

jkiKrlbbf to. the office! ot County Judge,: ': ; t ..bla" "\

Ivsnd"..,for .thetrt'sppolntment''of!! .J. 'L.l ., ....v.IIUIL40.NQ\ N rOVain f. "tI, I r 0 r.J I H tdiiE;..: 1/ j
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the offloe of .coollty!, OSOKOLA ;- ..e,.. i-F
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j:' r i&SN ." :. ' We hove about all 'anyone, \d.wan\ l In"""Kitchen Furnishings: .in. .. AC3ENCV FOR/ We .wish specially. to call. attention, to" our. complete line'ofJapanese :" :'


k r ';" "'"' the way of Pots, Pans Kettles, 'Di hes, Crockery Glassware, -Woodenware SEWING'MACRI ES .. ' :
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i 1 al''' ;... Enameiware. Also Oil Hejitees. and Gookstoves. Water, Coolers, Singer and heeler & Wilson. Caih or, Inttalmenu. 'and ChineseLet

k* . t Old machines taken: In exchange i it .

PA ; ; Lamps, W.lndowShade8&C',, &
(, : -' The L. C. Smith it; Bro.' heat.ealeecarr'afu1Wineofrpdvate . 1ira'' S -
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? ... .. .. _' ThoM m..nuflloCtured.bl W. W. Kimball&" Co. ., y \ .,' '

f i, -+ \ .We have Guitars Violins and sundry fittings! for all kinds of GRAPHOPHONES ., Us! Show Them To You.

Columbia DIM or Cylinder, also Records. ,
,, musical instruments ... .. LATEST. DESIGNS AND AT ALL PRICES. I
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'' fl or-anything made.of hamlet or even .: CARE F' THE : put Into tile eyes by means) of7*"medi -mer th.thermometer seldom coin above. M olower ,
-IN CASE OF FIRE. EYES.How KISSIMMCC CONDENSED
r 1 a coat collar over the mouth greatly cine dropper. This may be done two than 48.
f lessens the danger of Injury to the or" three times a day; when there la It la la the center of the flneat bunting aocttoi
j t Mew to s.". Property and Eaoapa to Provont a Strain and allow such Inflammation. Boraclc acid dls- of Florida, ...... of all kind being found within i
death from the carbonic acid
lungs or
a !From i9urning Building. I smoke.Moot / Inflammation by Simple Methods. solved la It In the same proportion as.In few mile of Its corporate limp
{ In the
f Ont's ability to extinguish a starting gas fires start in'tba first floor of Person who use their eye constantly plain water Increases) the ben.ficlal'properUee. fads and Figures Regarding This It la the heatfbf navigation of a chain of Uk-,
and river reaching. to the Gulf. Title wateiroute
burnIng I should, obeervesome simple rulesfor
if Ina _
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( Are or to escape caught :
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x "' > basement of a building and burn a. and I II u.hu.......... mile tn length an,'
A ,, building depends upon Intelligence roof. In preventing strain. For instance, at Salt and water Is an old fashioned Qty County.
hole through the a house abound with beautiful throughout
aoencry
up
1. > and self controL If the blaze Is Just i the end of a lone day In an office, U remedy. ; which should be used frequently. ,
Ina who have traveled the entire continentpronounce
travel the Tourists
t f the flames by: stairways; ; There has been such a large numberof
starting throw water on the mater 1 hotel the optics are bathed with a cooling ThIs mixture should be strongenough It the finest Inland water trip hAID.rIce
store they quickly
big or : go .
; that Is.burning-not at the blare.On* application, the brightnessas' well ai to cans the merest suggestion letters reelved at ibis office asking ,
shaft After
the elevator reaching
C .r. bucket of water will do more good If qp the top the tire spreads and slowly" sight may be maintained. For such a J of a smart, but It must not be painfuLIf for Information regarding this_ city The following are the prevalllnr

,' thrown on by handfuls or with a down. bath boraclc acid Is Invaluable. 80.. one' has no aye cup any small cup and county that the following la pub- prices In this city and county:

v t L broom than If dashed on at once. A. goes a weak solution of salt Camphor water or glass may: 'be substituted and they ished'ln lieu of an answer to each In- ;
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small flre may .!)e' smothered with a will draw out a smartingpain, winked In the batji. Done morning: 'dlvldual Inquirer and as a source ofknowled DRY GOODS

1 I ,;: rug or blanket or beaten out with a How to Car For Laathar Furniture. many times. and night, this la strengthening In effect those Calico print*.. .. ... .. ., .. .. .. . S.to; 7.
to contemplating-
i broom. Most housekeepers regard their leather Five cents' worth of boracic acid / ge i quarter muslin ... .. 7 So
q furniture 'as a thing to be ducted tog to'lhul community: .. ..
b 17j S If :you cannot put out the lire In a :will last for weeks, and the powder Cloths wrung oat tar hot water and i quarter muslin, bleached 7..19r.rGingham "
only and left to Its fate. There neverwas t lie
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+xw--+ minute-:yell _ui'trer'! and then. U In a may be carried with little trouble. To laid over the eyes form one ox the best KIS3UOCEE apron check
mistake. The leatherneed's { 7..12
a greater Gingham Dr.-------------------- *
A lf'' city, callthe fire department Everyone ; constant and intelligent, care to use as much as might goon the pointof methods of treatment fo* Inflamed 1 I It..... mora than 2.000 population. White lawn ... . ... .. .. II"' liloFlaured
living In tbs house should know the blade of a small penknife Is put .,... To take this application one "'
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keep ,It from drying out apd tearing It la the leading markvt for cattle.: lawn
telephone number to be used for Into tablespoonfuls of water. The must 11. down, so the fomentations .
;,, the Into shreds or turning to. powder. All I Ita property la cheap and taxea are low. 10 quarter*besting .. 26 "aryl:
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a p getting the Bremen, and It should be leather needs care and furniture cover.Ing powder floats for _some time In tiny: may be placed on as hot as can beborne It U almoat totally free from roaqultoe Denim 10 llbShirting

n. f on the waU for strangers to use. There most of alL In tbs first place, lumps, but later Is absort>ed and dis changing tbem frequently.How I It .ha a good lira working Board of Trade homespun 7.' 8c

for In the directory, appears.If I Its people hoepltaGl. kind and
: is po time looking - -- ara venerou FRESH 'MEATS
don't be afraid to apply a little soap
r if one should not J be too nervous one has an eyeglass the liquefied It..... sleet. rle lUrhta and a telephone system. .
even
and water to It to wash off the dust Beef pork and mutton per lb.. 8 to We
I to Wash Croohetod Artlele*. I .... '
an' t find a *umb r. Everyone should boraz Is poured Into It. This glass, It a fine tourist hotel and three coramurcla'
and dirt Use soapy: water, a sponge Crocheted and knitted articles can be botela. LIVE STOCK
know where. nearest lire alarm which Is an oral cup, so shaped that It
;k { \, box Is and bow to use'ItIo and a paint brush to get into the foldsof goes over the eye close against the washed satisfactorily by: sewing the It H the greatest freshwater flub market In the Farm horC .. . 1126 to dill/(
the leather and the crevices. Tbesoapy articles In and then wash- I country Farm mule 1'/1" too
a pillow slip
skin Is held the head bent until ,
not leave the door when : up
L open
: water. will darken the leather, Ing them In 'warm water. The Its aolrwill produce any variety of fruit, flower
l"a alarm If the I the Is over the liquid; add then the soapy GROCERIESFlour
$ run out to give an eye .
:yon rhlea.It
but When the leather or vevet
only temporarily.
bag must be squeezed between the bbl.. 7.00 n.."*
doors and windows are closed when a I lid/ la opened and closed In the bath. I has five churches of different denomination per to
i I to dry here Is a preparation that I bands to make It clean'but It must not Meal per cwt 2.5 I
There will be sensation .
the fire no smarting ,
tire starts one can always get -all fine bulldinar
i Mil do It good. It's simply Just one be rubbed between the hands Wben t Grit. " 2./11/
, men there In time to put It out while I and the under part of tbe lids and the It la absolutely free from the aale of whiskey
{ part sweet oil and tour parts benzine. torn. bu 1.0"
be clean per
think the articles must 1
:yon
boon ball flushed with a cooling application lor any other Inwalc.nta.I .
The lire are
I It to In only one room. I " ,
e The darken the leather OsU. .It
oil will little
,.. consumes all tbe oxygen; In a closed I a that will draw out any slight in- press all the water that you can out of I It ha the finest achool system of any town of Hay. tcHl Ibs. .. Lei'
but It win soon dry In and leave It the -
the beg, but do not wring It Then It* size In the United States
flammation. -
room and may die out If it gets no M bite potatoes: bu I"Sweet"
i original color. The surplus oil may be the air drain end 1 It la free from per..
fresh air. The bath may last for a minute, I bang the bag In to : crime there not being on an M
removed by rubbing. Rub Into the when. it Is perfectly dry rip the average, of on. an eat a ""'nth.It .
: open
4 If awakened In the night :by the washing first one eye and then' the I Rica, per Hi.Sugar. .. ., 8 to Sc
r of the leather. This treatment does ixpree. buaineva
grain more than any other
pillowcase, and the article will befound ..
r'' are don't dress. I other eye before returning to give the |>er lb.. 6c:
smell or of Wrap
cry four times a year win preserve l 6tb I In'excellent Ova towna its alia In the State. '
condition. If the
cot i yourself In a blanket or quilt from the the life and the elasticity: of leather I! first: another plunge. The same liquidi It.... a Maaonlc. a Kauihta. of >>ytbla. and a Ham per lb., Iflclie
wool article Is a baby's carriage blanket Shoulders, Ib..
bed and get out the quickest way you furniture may be used more than once, .but so I Woodmen of the World organisation per :
covering.How will be Improved Butter, Ib.. HeIS
or a straight-shawl per
con. Shut the doors yon pass through. ] cheap Is It that there can be DO hesl- It haa three line of railway and la on the main -
/ ascertaintbe 1 tation In throwing it away. No two by: drying It on a flat surface. line of the Atlantic Coast Line railway. Egg pw doa. to MellSto
After oallln&tor help try to to Make Oatmeal Cak .. al"
Jr Coffee per Ib "\0
"I It be spread on the table or on .
may It la the bank of Lake fohopekallm. '
'- extent and the situation of, the Three persons should ever use the same so1ttion | on one 16.
water one .
,. cupfuls .boding ; capful Tea per | 4cP"1
the floor if clean or a clean of the moat.....utifullak_ Oil
disease be papers on continent.I .
beet for serious
flrer You can tell If it is td try of oabneal.'one scant teaspooofnl eye may I
the cloth Is spread on the floor first The I I Is the healthleat town In the United State*- LUMBtll.
to out tie household gocxt. If salt the transmitted' In this way. If eyes I
Pour the
carry water on oatmeal .. Per I000 fret 2l)
I article should be patted until It la perfectly the annual death rate being I. than. 3 to the
o the fire Is on the first floor it Is very add the salt and cook: three hours In ache during the day; this treatment,', 1.000I ---
: straight and flat and should then
s't l dangerous to go above! because the I double boiler. While stDl warm add which takes but'a moment' to apply. I be left until it Is I It* atreet are abided with maulve oak. and
; perfectly dry.I
heat and choking: smoke rise. one large tablospoonful of butter andonehalf will relieve them. i Ita boulevard and lawn are coll'.red with Bar PI&E8&' I PILES PILES i

fz 1 One can often get out through a ball cupful of sugar. When cool Camphor water, being a little stronger I I of will be I.I mud. afaaa Ullncl Wilhamn. IIUMvltnn lueSsu'I'\I.and ll<..!Mgr ointment I'ilin II will absorbthe cUre",,.,

,, filled with smoke by going on his hands add one-balf cupful of :yeast and flour is used more sparingly. and Is likely mass meeting citizens | It I U in the center of the orange producing tumor. aU! >. lt<'hlii|( nt onnn, acts aa apoulnec.glrrelnatantrelwf

and knees when he would fall choking to make stilt d ogb. Let It &iIJe'over to cause a slight smarting. Nevertbeless -{j held in Fort Myers on the 13th for the aectiofhof Florida shipping hundreda of car of pile Oinltuent IH Prepared for Pil>* Ullania'...,,
If he ran. Tbe smoke Is the thick- night In the morning bake In gem It la a gentle tonic that can do purpose of nominating candidates for ; the fruit yearly. of tbe jirUnUV PricoYkaud IT oa,"CI6IoW C

-_ eat asjhe eWngtUoldinga wet tow- ..pens! twentyjtninates, or until.brown. -no-harm.-- - To use a couple of drops are the city office: - I, It has the beat climate.. bothTln winter and.aum- Muir!. by Oticeola. rharinacvKISSIMMEEr .
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-iL: : .\ i ,'. ;' K.," .. the county seat of Osoeotacounty, is situated on the north bank of Lake i- possibly, the largest membership. In the State when the population? of the town '
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i -;'. :'a. .. \ = I 18 Tohopekallg/ ''r U on the m"ln'lIae of the' Atlantic Coast.'Line Railway, ,= is considered.. These two orders Jointly own a magnificent three-story brick ;

and Is the terminus of the Florida, Midland Railway and the Sugar; Belt i building In which they hold their meetings: :The Woodmea of the World also

y d irtj-----------------_ -' Railway, it 165 mile. southward from JacksontJlle and 75 miles northeast = have an o nt&.ttoD.ha.e the carpenters a Union. '

k r- + --=-. '- from Tampa. It is on what is called the backbone of the State being 05 feet = It would be bard to find a town freer from .vice or crime than la Klaslm

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

y ti .. L 1.-a .rI'll 01.lakes and canals, and three first-class steamers make weekly: trips: between = country. not averaging, one .a moath; and the county court. seldom; holds session
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d ,. Broadway its principal business. thoroughfare has 100 beautiful palm tree. i It.is surpassed by any section on the globe for evenness of climateS ;f

?1 .t; planted. tn its center twenty feet apart, making a sight Dfiavutlful for the eye togaze the thermometer seldom going above 92 In the summer or lower tb..a.5 in tbe ,

,. .' upon The private: yards ..uit.I..WDB are noted far their beauty. = winter, and the nights are always cool, to such aq extent: that one U not comfortable W
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: : The school advantages of Klsaimmea are not surpassed br any town It. unless sleeping under cover. The ,humidity the atmosphere prevents -

t r t size in the United Staiei. It hat a High School building that cost $2. .OOO. It being too oppressive for a person to work in the sun during the hottest f a apart

,' which I is thoroughly equipped with all modern appliances for the instruction of the day. It U the equal of the mountain or northern seaside re-

r '.. ./ of pupils, and principal* and teachers rank with the best. Pupils gradu- : aborts as a summer residence' and many who have spent summers in Klaslmmee
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. I .sting from the High School,are admitted to. any college, so thorough Is their 'declare It to be the coolest and most delightful place they hare. ever via.1.Ued.

'- .- . -__ -. -. .. -. .- III .training.- Its curriculum consists of ever study necaitaryto equip. a student It la almost totally free from mosquitoes and gnats ___ '_ '_ '"

I for successfully engaging In any walk: In life except the arts and sciences and Without doubt It is the healthiest town in the United States-its annual

rJ" I the higher professions The building I. owned by the county: and is known asthe'Osceola i death rate being less than three to the 1,000 IDb..bitaalA. Fevers are unknown WS

"i .\ High School, although every neighborhood the county where and malaria of any kind has never been known to be contracted in Klsslm- yg
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1 7'' there are a sufficient number of children has a public school with a full corp. meet but many persons come to the town to get the dread disease out of their '

t : Of competent teachers. system. The water supply is furnished by: a system of artesian wells, and I

,tee : Klaslmmee It well supplied with churches, there being a Methodist Bsptlst chemists who have examined: it state tbat there Is none purer to be found "oJ'i i 1 //l

a . 5 >Presbyterian, Christian and Episcopal denomination.. They all have where. Hundreds of persons annually oome to Klsstmmeeln search of health, i '.

k i fine buildings and are largely attended S and In every instance have been materially and lastingly benefltted. until rit = '""

& ; The Maaohs and Knights of Pythias are very flourishing orders and bare has !gained the reputatlan of curing almost, any disease. man Is belrto.nn i i\.t''

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