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 23, 1909
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00395
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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: patches devoted to fl'Ulirow.: '. 1 Y as the "" '[ '
ORANGE GROWERS ; omcialu''of the project made
short talks In'which they PtlAcujS'MftIING .
pledged -
1'1\0\, There are numerous ; s Lines. ,
oI,.' l' in this : ; " and support for the enterprise J : ,
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Listen an by,Organ promise for a large I r--- '
"' green state now. '' The ]is' I,Comes to a pose, After One of the. \,1, ,;
4:' izer/Retd,: : !and Form a T emt -. #- 'money for pub-, taken fromthe Or '
\ Among the other ,, : "lasting J ;good,to;tfie lando Reporter-Star of. }yesterday..andPr9due6dthat Most Successful CovenUons $"
\t Organiza'tion.f" .
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,' porary !limes! grapefruit i a : lmm.e.ha1 not proved.... .. ,!? ?:!? our re ad.nJnay..lee: It Has ,Ever UeId."I" .- ':
: ,pineapples. ; ''cities, that sooner or what a fi'Olf'l. being,taken"in regard to : 4.Continuing

Pursuant to notice published in the Garden stuff grows & around for,plan theoroposed traction line"'by the cilia ,, '

':<0 Valley Gazette,*the orange growerepthis f_ find It strange on a manner, in which :_. MM of our:sister City; "' J' a "brJefaccount: of the.v <' !
: 'i' county"met. In'the court house at 9 year they raise it, '"to" the citizens the i '"The''meetingcalled: for courthouse 1 work He//Pr elti"stltute) Field y

.', o'clock on the morning of,the 16th for time most of it is ,, "we do.not believe V/ last night in the interest of the here last week we begtnwith.Friday:, J t
I,::' the purpose of listening to an 'address different composition;' other'cities. / : proposed traction road' from Sanford to morning' session and continue don to I

I by General Organizer. J, A. Reid. of fruit and other'rw' ; I for'a town to maker, Kissimmee was held fa the San Juan 'the close, Friday morning'."
+'' .' be for Hotel was opened with a bible reading :Rer.Boggess .
" .M' California.. necessary a' > ,; possibly, than ,: Mr. Reid spoke, ,for more than an to learn his buslriesi its perfectness and attended. I on 1st Cor. 18th chapter, which 'J;
"' ... hour and a half and made it so plain to ing here. St. Cloud its citizens; ,"Several of the officers of the .new', was a.very.flne exposition of that chap. "1jte ,

his audience.that jt, was only through on the banks of East; yit1 'ditches has company were there as well as Messrs. :
"combination could the' 'growers of"''cit the most beautiful ditches have been cut Hornaday and McClintock, the New York Rev. J. F. Bell fqllowed with a very'r."

,\ rue fruit in Florida hope to better their saw, it being about )(' a citizen desired a I gentlemen who represent the financial fine paper on Scriptural Sanctiflcatkxw 1 v#".

4 condition, that further argument ence and nearly round Council, and in many Features in the case. ?. Bro. Bell showed his doctrine to be, iJ'

along that line ""W uld be superfluous.H fish of the best. qu whether it resulted in "The matter was discussed in detail scriptural, and furthermore discussed ''
told of how the orange industry in I Is not to be dreaded, and the gentlemen interested feel much It in such a way U to win adherent to'It t..' .
+ California had fallen into' such bad think; the highest the : a, ditch in the city encouragement over the_'prospect, instead of driving them away. ._ ... .

ahape.that everyone engaged in it I was reached yet is 92- : ,.alt because they hough; the ...eal'work_ -of securing- - -support ..... .- This wa followed by- a paper by Rev \
elth bankrupt or on the verge of it, winters are ideal. more of a detriment has not begun. STaborln-whl! be undertook. ; .

.. but that through organization it. had tion of being a very ; for mosquitoes "The purpose of the company seems present,the _contrast between the. old.
a pest
risen to first place in the resources of laria never has been must all admit to be to perfect the"organization, tocal-) and the new covenant +?t

. that state. ;r here. The fear of we .. ulate the probable business and later The writer pleaded tor charity ,toward
Mr. Reid drew many pictures and Very few houses are \ -of rubbish- ,--but' the- - r -jo'feel the'pulse"of the people. modem biblical 'criticism:and evpecitflty

told of many instances in-the life of the have no' well be "We understand that Sanford and toward the schooLof, construe
fruit growers In'hl. state, and said that a thing not possible in ; results from on their the Kissimraee are particularly enthusiasticover U!.''criticism. He took the, ground '
those engaged In "the industry here are but a very few the prospect and that the citizens that the Hebrews had little or no' con;

_- were passing-through the .same ordeal scarcely any. flies\ of .of Sanford..jn a meeting held last:Monday caption of immortality or a future'' state"* .
no mean '
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that his people had undergone; that it A short l city in the state within evidenced their entire willingnessto tip to"the"c6mhng 6f Thai pro s

-- was nqt at all uncommon for a carload would not be amiss: best service in all her co-operate by permitting the right of .yoked considerable discussion and'was'' .

of fruit to get lost in transit or never town of about two way over any of their streets, and to clearly shown to be an error. *:
and street work. ,ti
be paid for by the person or firm to itants, is situated the the river. 'Bro.,Tabor afterward explained :'thatthis
City Council that
whom It was consigned, and that freight Lake Tohopekaliga and the level. and "We'O'have been advised that the was,a quotation from another auth' i. ;;
the shipper from St. Cloud map-out iiyde or,'but nothing in the manner in which 't
rates were so extortionate, -.for Kissimmee ship line will enter into close relations "
and '.
frequently never realized a cent after erned. and AS liquor is. d untir 'this town with the traction company and the manuscript" was read..Indlcthat, : ;
all charges were paid. but that under sold, of course I it is v put on additional steamboats, if neces- it was. 7. -.r., ;: "
the perfect system of organization now habitants are a very .... ia'ry-to'handle Iho freight business. Friday afternoon there! w..' held a. h h; f

in vogue there, the industry was in a giving the old oldi "The'gentlemen interested with several short se son.of! the, whlch... xJ

_.*,_''! most flourishing condition." and the'' come. There is quite of the officers have gone over the Rev. J. C.Jenkins read the prologue to' >:TJ.,

;.iii'* same would be the case with the Flor I here waiting for the proposed route to Kissimmee today." Tennyson' In Memoriarn. Dr. WV, l l*,: r

ida growers if they would only unite I ony, which willsoon, Wlnn having extended a cordial 'invita-1; !('

a and work. I in harmony along business t Be Built NEW\ DEAN AT ROLLINS tion to the member of the Institute to t
lines. a launch ride on the historic Lake: Tonhopekaltga : .
He told how easy it is\ to obtain better the Invitation was' gladly.y "
.. prices\ for fruit and 'at the same do and Sanford An Ideal Man for the Head of a accepted and the Institute adjourned at'j\..

: ,. time get it to market for half what it P. A. Vans Agnew nege.Rev. o'clock for that PJlI'p08e.'ITbtl ;.o Ca- V,x
, costs at present. He further made it Acres From C. ted. ion was a most jwjoyable one and proVed ,: .. "
!1;:*$', plain that there cannot by any possible F. T. Clayton, <>?W.llJiamslJown, greatly exhilarating to all who went. /;},. ;
1 tAnother big sale Masd., will be Professor of English and The famous -Fleming Island was visited: -x;
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'I. means, be any "graft" connected business, and a road such as .
the proposed organization, as all temptation : real estate took place I will Instructor in Philosophy the coming' and Its magnificent orange groVe 'andbeabtifulgroundswere.Yteatly4I4ndr ,i.
I would| be taken from tboee placed Lesley selling to P. mums certainly net year; ,he! also,.act as Dean._ __ + '\
on the vestment
I In authority. 11,000.acres of land : beginning. Mr. Clayton has for several years edy-/Here were men from all parts. .of, ,

r So.fully\:onvinced were thoa present key'Hammock and i was positive in his held an" _.important sastorate in Wil-! >lie state, and hailing from. six of; eight; "V,
'. far into I very liamstown, the seat of Williams CoU different states of the 'union, and '
that a combination of forces would re- paid running that the : onel.}
is : people or Orlando lege, one of the leading Institutions) from England, and all votedItthe'* 'f
sulyin m terlal"gpodthat.a temporary Tbia'lapd a part .the road
l. organization was formed, immediately simmee valley known could themselves if out- the country, at whose head is a son of grove in particular-to be a* pretty' a*: \
not be induced to '
ica for its President Jas. A. Garfield, and his re- anything they had seen. -Airiwill carry'
afterJVo close of Mr. Reid's"address, project and that statement $
:. the following officers being elected to Agnew is regarded I endorsed lations with the college faculty and with them wholesome Impression of' j .
: serVe until a cEartercan be obtained in acquiring it, for Mr. McClintock's our people, students have been close ffii'al and intimate.He i this historic lake, sleeping Iger:/' and' rt;,

I J/! from the State organization, when an l is being rapidly safe to say that when.expres-his re-, had also had an o and influential of(' the great country surrounding <0, .

election for permanent officers will western farmers, he ,1'V'a nde. in the firm of J. P. connection "witbxthe public school I Saturday morning the programme!flu jr i :
of his of the town. 'I" resumed and Rev.., Boggess the;. ji,
I take place":' H. Mo. Porter, president; pose purchase & Co. will not be Blow to be. Denison Mr- ,gave' ,
: .' .R. 0.. Meek, secretary;' 11..M: Porter, figures considerably ? : : bf the right of way. Mr. John IJ. ; Clayton'itredeceae last of his series bible readings which) I

k a. --.Wl. : UiMoseley and JK.? Hilliard,.delegates him. we. are\ going to have an in the Williamstown pastor.ate'I was upon the subject Is'Life Worth'LlfingT ,_
I''. '.' -' to state convention atTampa. ; The fact that the, fl of him"HIe keynSte is The speaker 4 owed that from ,- '.

, .During Jthis., .week'the-;,question, has ; flowing artesian' well- ,. : connecting at;Sanford us, and with that deep will, sympathyjJiis: faith, I.',love,., his doctrine the standpoint btDives, life was not .
: ,
-Is ktluenhis; Christ is .the ,
been prettythoroughly threshed out by guarantee that water : in a position .o land get ; worth living, but"from the, standpoint,,, :'
, who went about doing good, his -
and Lazarus lt' worth living. .It-
of w
drinking .
our growers, with the result that they and fruit In the eastern P '
i" .are all convinced that something is and water for stock \' at a greatly reduced freight patience is beyond the ordinary. If was>,great thought and" -wa" worthily: "

necessary to be done to stimulate the by digging wells from i a great deal less thereTo. anywhere a college of_;y ung presented., t 11.:

:' orange industry in this state, for under With that section of add materially to thready people'Who want to learn, I should. say Rev. J. Edgar' Wilson lent fur, x-s'>% ,

I t" 'present conditions it does not pay two rapidly developed, condition prevailing in this that Mr. Clayton would" be the Ideal cellent. paper on the Lord' Supper..', ,' "I 4
"- man for that place. This read by 4'rea.. J., C. JenklM
I percent on the investment, not because transportation over *. / was It ,,
'! the industry is. overdone, or the Ing made permanent, / Mrs. Clayton, who is a graduate of and showed extensive research "; and 'aJf ,

..4. retail priee is lower, but it is becausethe : ity wjll command --. Vassar College'and a scholar and teacher comprehensive .vieW' of the 'subject.f ti

y grower are at the mercy of the that lying adjacent morning another meeting of distinction will assist the coming Bro. Wilson was requested by a'roteof;,.,
I Mr. Vans Agnew in the hotel i year in the department of Mathmatica. the Institute to hf In
L broken and transportation lines. parlors, when put paper ,, pamphlet .:i
.! f ---Organisation-haecured many-.alls--of sightedness in Hornadayr Hornttday &. form for distribution.' '. '\ ,

like character in other industries and of such a.large and i present, together with' Mr. , Important Meeting. Rev,.W. J.Carpenter' gave' :'the last"''.,"
trades and the citrus growers will very1 t, president; Dr. Ben- series of addresses to the!preach*;
I .. :>);.'' materially better their condition if they OUR NEW ; Mr. L L. Payne, Every member of the Board of el"l.. This wa on The Preacher,', with 'J

I", will unite and stay united,but if the organization and Mr. A. W. McKinley, Trade Is earnestly requested to be his Peopleand was voted"one, ,:-of- .' 'tbe'_.
r:' is going to permit any who\ ) of the company which present"at the meeting on Monday very best in all the aerie*, "T"At '

0;''' .' '80 desires to withdraw and go upon his High tribute Paid .: formed In Orlando to promote night. A proposition will be pre- the Saturday morning session"ths'name .1 i

I l."' '' own hook as soon as some little thing by His Old : ', and which is known as sented,that should receive the most of'the Institute wa*changed trotrc- \,

I a doe not go his way, without thoroughly Florida Traction ,Co. ., Mr. careful consideration of all our that of South Florida Preacher: InsUitute "

" disciplining him,,there 1*; little or no A-copy.of the KI.. tabulating engineer people. J. M.'WIIXSON,JR. to The Florida Conference

: use of going to the'trouble' of making zette published at & Co., was also present, ,,R.. O.,MEEK,. President ewlInstitute.) ,. *' a Pesch:

j iV' -*. permanent the temporary organization, ceola county, Florida having driven from '0 .Secretary.: ; Arrangements were made for holding-
r" : y i for It.willlOOn die of stagnation; but if conveys to us the automobiles. two sessions'next summer,in close sue1.; ...
stick F. Kribbs, formerly cession; one in southern Florida and the J
they are compelled to together,. to the fact that the party did \ Kissimmee. -
j WV: they will. meet with certain and lasting at one- time 'editor of till pasthe hour at which Pleased Wit other in northers-Florida, with: .practlrAeally t;
o cra and our Mr. J. E. McDowell formerly 'Of: the same programme'' for each," +
i ;H .uc e.s. ,_ was called' 10:30, the ,
" --. has,been appointed : was not a* largely attended a* Virginia, but who ha been in Florida and both'to be' 'presided .over by the-: ''

1. IS WILL 'PLEASED courts of Osceola : i otherwise have been. fqr several years with headquarters In same officers The following were add-J

: tp. a vacancy occasioned :i Overstreet called the. meet Jacksonville, has been spen ing a dayor the'executive"committee:: ;"' R .: .

regularly.elected so in the city looking around with a E. A. Harrison, Rer. 'J. 1'. Bell, Rt.'dt!
and stated that
u With Conditions Prevailing inland, with'the suggestion had been asked citizens meet view to locating here. Mr. McDowell 1.. D., Lowe and Rer; R'H, Bun .tt.{ ,h' .;,.'
christ, the Is manufacturer f There ....ion. after
I Y Around Kissimmee. that a contractor and o: was no Saturday
\ er they confer
. ,, .. . mittee of Osceola I ' ,and might concrete building atone, and having noon.\, Rev'A. M. Mann' was"appointAed ,'
.c. '," The following letter-from M!. T. F. open meeting in- re I with heard of the united effort our people to: preaM. Saturday;evening at 7:45: ,'..k-. ,:
; and
, Vanandale to the Burlington (Kan.) call to recommend a and ttfe feasibility of were making for. growth an4 develop-. but went away to Lakeland ,to visit hia':xt .
operating and
!; .\0' Republlcan-'portrayi. a very truthful de- the appointment, !, gentleman ment, decided this city might offer in, nice and preached in the Methodist'church t.'l' .
scription conditions prevailing in and former neighbor ,"'' to address the ducemenis ill his line. He expressed at Lakeland Sunday morsing.'gv

1:, around Kisimmee, and Is reproduced commended.. ] himself both.surprised and delightedwith Rev. J. F; Bell preached a" most helpfuJ '1
: for the edification of those intending to ceedings being laid ': : stated that he had had
I what he found here, and mentioned sermon Saturday evening! ',V;ti: {!
move to this locality.Kissiramee he replied that the experience in building'roads
: our grassy etreete mild summer Rev. S. W. Lawler presiding elder;, ,, '
r be made at once. :' and that his experience was '
climate and freedom from mosquitoes, preached Sunday morning on Christian ;.1

Ix!; Fla, June O. 1909. with Mr. Kribbs' : the roads were.In operation, fleas, gnats and other annoying insects. Education, taking a collection of about'$7S ....

t Burlington Republican, Burlington,Kan. friends in extending : came from unexpected sources He returned to TItusville' this morning for Southern; College. :'

t ._. Thinking! that you and some of your gratulation to him : from very New rapidly. He had I, to complete some work which he ha* Rev. I. C. Jenkins preached Sunday fl-'
1 readers'would! be interested in this part crate ofOsceola : York and had on hand there and will return to Klaslm evening, but th*-writeYf' th.Ju ';t

1 .of Florida:I. tak this opportunity to 'the people of that I thoroughly into tie matter, mee later and make further investiga' tering note did not get the text of,biir. ,, ,.;(t
what had "
give you a brief account of my'impression I'. upon Deselection! for been told tion. sermon. '\
,'. fice.Knowing him I it wa a good proposition. : "
: since,coming, three week! ago. II said Park Hotel Sold. All voted Klssimm**' a model 'tow'
il cam her with the Intention of locating : sure that a wise he had..,gone over. with a great future before it, th.1
!}'' 1 in th.'St..Cloud Colony, atarted,by the and that his mlnllt very carefully and looked A de consummated yesterday: tertalnment all that could be desired,: '
under hie possibilities of the road and whereby Mr J. M. Gardner, who ha* "
r lug ;:
and this session of the M
,t: ; National Tribune. in the In.tere.t of the Jnstitute a.:
; : he had not for the several qwped and
acterised yet gotten hi* pest "years
... old 8OIcU. .; Y' by the hl success I am surf that .all who; were,' '
''rte" ,Thl*"' country.I U certainly, orable motive and tl ; I and prepared his re. managed the Park IIote.1, disposed of t erewill, hail i return to that"place at:::;t .

,':' one, who era, IIv..q in.Kansas a* long as.h rity.;-Clarlon. (Pa.: )'! : ; he be felt safe In laying that the that fine property to Mr. A,,Rose,.whorecently any time In the future with'''delight..,Z1 J',
;; : good investment the moved to thfa place from ROM
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.. .Mr. -
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I .':, o'1'J: "'-' '.., a* well a* a: great factor City Mich., .. .(
Farming I fa not here tri it is marl sidewalk ". :
J carried on "
put : this l : MiR M will 'tak" of the toset'"
it, sectlori .: charge hotel The,Board:of-Trad* Uoodar'*
being almost *
hi small .tore. '
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l[ CO TRACTOR and 'BJJILDR,l l'D '.. J lit the New''town. of St. II Cloud. g.

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1 i'Ce:neral Oontracttn 'and'Building and! Fur.nlshe's Estl",,'. ..' ,,:We are-located her. near the old St..': We'were yery much' pleased with! the': 0" ,BI'= .. ,. AO 'I Ie ;
i mates on Structures, size or' Dimensions. whether Cloud 'sugar'' milt W-e call' our house kind' reception we received oil! our arrival .. *

,, <> \t bee: ..Twd-jZoomCotags{ .or a Tourist Hotel.: t ''TI>n Soldiers' IIome," as 'there are -at Kisaimmee and Up to date ,1 It o .:. 'r (
YN }' several soldiery living with and near us seems to be genuine''as we have never ""
i S Makes a Specialty; of# 'bprJn( ARTESIAN WELLS: waiting to build on their land u soon as' met a friendlier people}In all our travels. n 7'room-dwel1ina-:'; furnished?, includtng! l ""4 ; .

a in which he has met with the/ greatest success they get thelndeeds, We have received' Mr. W. B. Makinson has hired a sawyer ,' S piano. 'Artesian water, good garden.! Splendid '/, .

SS ; .. ... of jn Florida. official information from Washington to bring his mill'here on theitf:)ony location bed-rooms. "j'
for home. Five
I '. ,;.. ... that the allotmejats\ have been made, lands to furnish us with rough hr er. : O' .a ; .

of ve him 'v'ouf work' and it. }- Flar. and. thai we would get our deeds just as Mr. Frank',Bass of Kissimmee has o This property ought to !net. the purchaser.. .

,. -- wl. be well. and quickly one;;;--F,-issimmeeI" : ., ,soon'as-They-could-get to hem; ..- ,-- started,.tumbep".yat'd--en-the-town4Ite. I o 16'per ent.-withhnix'-months. -- --..---:. ,. .

tI ,'We were at the survey camp yesterday and while It doesn't loom up very big at '. .g. ,!\ .
and Mr: King the chief surveyor, present: we understand he is preparedto r :
-confirmed the company's\ letterv-and-BBidhe furnish any- amounjt of lum er.on $ : O'
was ready to' locate all of us just as short notice and at reasonable prices. :
soon as we get the number of our land. We understand several contracts have .0 J. M. Willson Jr. :'.
SUNNY SOUTH STABLESy Mr. King has ji crowd of about eighty been let to build houses as soon as the. ,
) t men surveying and clearing the town parties get their deeds..
; site,,and there are good ,indications of abooming The latest arrivals here are McDonald ; iI
town in the near future, and May and family of Arkansas and Drury oooooooooooo. o! ooooooo *
.. L. H: INGRAM. Proprietor, we are anxious to hear the-sound of the Howard of Maine. I '-- ::-- r. .
,* saw* and hammer, that means so much, Sunday services. were' conducted on ,
to us. the plantation by Rev. B. F. Chase, VVVVVVVVVVVvVVVVVVVVVVV. >}

Livery, Sale and. Boarding. : We have had some experience in the about "twenty-five attending, and the '' "z

S) P development of new countries and tau I most of them seemed pleased to hear ,
3I 3 there looms up in the futdregreatI I the gospel's sound again, as some of us !
..'I Well equipped- with New Stock an'j Vehicles and preS possibilities for our colony and had heard n'o preaching since leaving 'I! ;

__ ; :' HEAVY pared' '-to-HAULING meet ail demands with A perfect SPECIALTYBROADWAY satisfaction rounding country.' ---11-11'-1------- the north. YANKEY'.' NED. AT KATZ'SAll Z r,

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= -...... A HANK'S: CAPITAL" AND: HUKPLl'S; ir "
r j II in t leYuit'l' th.' |.rtHfl''ts tlm d l-i I> >*tior4. from I I..M.. ihiir,*fort. the larger it I th the DEACONS-C. A, Carson N. C. Bryan J. M. Will- Skirts '
= greeter prMterifr the '1i"p'',*>it'>r<4 I h* < fln-s bank IIIM a \- ..on. Jr., C. J. Woodall, J. W. Collier. CLERK-C. W. S at $2 and over 'sel1Sing -
.5 4, 5 Qaplt.l I of .$' 1.0I0)) (NJ1MMHI Dann. TREASURER-Conrad Bryan.
,, = urJluhl0.1, .if I I IHr I
t<)('kholde..' lIah"U1 . OIMM'' > (Mi
< THE -Wednesday at price. I
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y, !1r- ; A total. n .. Jll.'i.lMHJ, IK Meeting; Thursday Prayer Meeting; Friday B. -
I4; r Th1 m"that wpfu'4 t' 0.,f,v.< before our de'.I1.' ooui<1 lo a V. P. U. (All at 7:45 p.m.) -
cent. 1'liin ia for VOP\ 1 .
= prtttiH-tmit'
S. .On cheaper ;
''. ones a reduction -
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'' 'Ipg r i t A "'Ak-l U\' I HM. M' LEE ... \. U CAltHONDANN'S PROGRAMJULY 25. ism!!
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i0 7 : ""...........:..................................... ...................! OLD FOLKS' DAY-11 A. M. made. I
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Piano Prolu'k' At these
prices .43C.
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Hymn IHl--"All Hail the Power JI-HUH'Name.. .z; will be charged'' and no alterations' f; .

: t : HIGH GRADE VEHICLES MADE TO ORDER Scripture 1.l'eall.. .
'? HyrAiv620, : -"I IAlv.hy Kingdom, Lonl. 0vV 't
]*' AT REASONABLE PRICES Prayer ; made. -
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Olr..tory49"Amazing (;ra\:,. 0
; ; : : Blacksmithitig Re'pair Sermon"A Fruitful Old Age. "
. Horseshoeng Work'ofAll Hymn lvVVVVVVVV ivvvvuwvvvVV ,
56( "Sun of My :Soul.

_M:' Kinds Done by Firpt-clnss Workmen. Invitation, 2.'il: "There is a Fountain. .. -
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'I Benediction. / -'
J iQt16ti000CCtiC tlOtrOtlOt ArSOStiOt3Ot rGtiOt% S% tiC GtOgrGt70tY RSOtB

:j l';' ; J. J. DANN Proprietor. Evening service- at 7:45. ...A.. CARSON e.M-- J A CKANPI1KI 1'I e,..I'r.'.nl, ..nt a'; .

. Your presence is needed order to mako the services
,' all .tney should be. So be sure to come.
-- --.. ----- -- ------ The Sunday School ia improving All the time. -

f Boost it along! But "mere talk is not t'nough-work a
little. too. Talk is good work is better, but both together KISSIMMEE LUMBER CO. Y'
jHE T E GRUYSTONE GifiGE up Mm SHOPS: make best. ..
'iA, \, : .., . . Muriel Strode' creed is not a bad one-.'try. it: .
: n' '. '. ,/.,,,. / ; <,, 4.i Y Not one holy day, but seven r-, ,- .. "r . i '
\ ...' : ;: ANTHONY A TOLL> I 'o' W rlthip ing.'no at the call of ,a belf; !'}t'i'';." ,(f, S . .. I
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l...;' r . But to the rhythm of my heart,"- : : f
Loving because I must _
; \ .. Gas Engines Giving because I can't keep,
Doing for the joy of it." Pine Lumber.

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1j Y i 1 la., July 6, 1903.) I Paid warrants in the sum of $5686.65 Wr1A vflt.wV"N N tiNN NN711 ; r t
I The Board of Public Instruction met were cancelled in open session. i----------
all kinds
Solicit Work
Repair in regular session there eing presentW. Bills were approved and warrant is' School
C. Bass, Chairman; E. EJ. Brown sued as follows: ii Supplies I if;
J. B. Tumblin and W. J. Sears>45uper-. W J Seara.alary upt. f 73 00 i
S" ... 5IepLalkiAutir WC a..MBPI., .. ... 400Ji1BUrow..MBPI .'
Vi *VjV.dfcj .n..a.aIIu rtrtytJ 6talfrafk.aa.............>ec intendent. s. . .... 600
JIS 'Minutes of last regular session wer AND TABLETS S
*J!TumbUn. M BPI 14 00 i
read and approved.: B C'M tnaiurer ... 75 UVallw i. S L5S {
B. C. Miller. County Treasurer', re- Oa tt.e,-prlhtlt16 ..... V 800 S. .," S. : \ V
i- ported as follows: W.J. "8e.nMm.-ia.ulaU"' 8 mud ' ,26 00 s EXAMINATION TABLETS i' : :
GROCERIES: Stanford CanoiMlraTM Co inpplle 88 90 S :'
Kissimmee Fla., July 6. 1909. butte Bk.of KlMlitboje. 1n sre.t a mot.. :aoo 00 MADE ESPECIALLY FOR # '. '
To the Honorable Board of Public Instruction .. Wm H 1t.J'Aer bookrfX. _- '.. 67 28 S .' \
.' In and for sceola County. SUM Bk KlMlmmne to.aKjno. 1900 00 $ .. .
M K".U trw on uhl bldg N6V1 BOO 00 'It ''\ '
S.i I herewith tender my report Treasurer .. .. $ .,- \ '
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Osceola for the monthof
of County
M-Tiller lu.uraico s- 00
.... June A. D. 1909. M)L.A goeeBaldv.nssltacbar.cbll4 \8? w AKissimmee ,
None bat the Pest Sold. ,.. i sat Co. (
OBNBIIAI. SCHOOL FUND. Chairman W. C. Baas reported Drug :
L' To balanca from last report. |U21J 87 of Old Brock school house for: $10.00, ,
: To amt rood from Corapt. R. ft.'rax. 1M36IJ .
W. J. ovarn Te.cb..' .*..m. 121.00 Sale and turned same over to superintendent ,. "
I Tf of book 114.40. . . 85 ro .. Repo was accepted and spy 1MW Nti1ti1M1N1 VVVVVVVVV VV.WWVVVV VVVf '+
S .Tax col'la" 108.01 Polls 10.10. -' .. 12.01 proved. \ w ,

i Total. . .. .; .' .. ...-6107 'I It was decided, begin school No. 4, : f
R. S. Floyd & Co. Br paid warrant ma pur list .' 1160O 8d Campbell, on 1st Monday in September. Kissminiee Wagon Works"

Br balnDoe... ..... 1 5lj7 113 I The Board then proceeded to appoint ,
k ) i SCHOOL SUS-DI5T. "0.2. teachers as follow.: 0 SITE CHRISTIAN, CHURCH t. ,:
) .lKelly' To bklanofe from last report . .. 1162 113 I
_ tr at ? 'ff f w-iff.' : 'nr.P'tAItiF""'' .w.--.". _'V"'V'-.vr >Vni_.iF... .To amt nod from Compo R. R. tax ,
,. I I'S ,. 20881 Narcoossee-Mrs. Lilla Atwood. Blacksmith Whee right and Horseshoer. ; ;J;;"
f t 1 4 I ! < < ' f4 BIT paid warrant, u per list 1 61 Eaubanks-Miss Mary Hierigo.
Balance .... . .* zua !no All Kinds Blacksmith, WheelwrigH Work and
Story*-Miss Rogero.
1 t r A.' : T.MOOL DB-DIIT.. HO. S. Clarks=MiasMedora Russell. a Specialty.ALL >\ I;
Suspenders 15 50c: 'I To balaDO from tut report ITo 23 46 t'.
amt no from Tu Col., \aX_.. 21 Ml Kissimmee-(col) E. J. Long. WORK GUARANTEED >
%.:k 45 Narcoossee-(col) I* A. Young. .. T XSATISFY. t aSolloltYoYorrTr.d.
The Board decided to divide the insurance t
S Brpaid warraUa* par Mat. .. < *
Viking Hosiery for Men
Women and equally among the different agen- ?
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Bybalanoa .. . ........ 4070SCBOOLIOSDIST. Baas U. l
cies nd Chairman R.
jl. Children 6 pair $1.00. NO.4. to place)> tame., was requested Will Treat vo. BI.&. ,---- JQHNSTONi. l I.
t '!baJaooa.from IM report..6 40 III '- .
j1! It + To amt pod from Tax*.... ... 1038 The Board also instructed the super P.A.. VANS AGNEW 1. M. WiLLSON JR., ''It'
l :S No Better Ooods on the Market at The#e Prices. w,3o, intendent not to open any school withan :'" t

By paid wamata..tT lirt.Bybalano ...... .. to :lei enrollment of less than 10 and aver- <1'' .

*...'!............... .... .....6016" age, of less than 8. -I I ATTORNEY AT LAW....., ... I 1- NOTARY 'PUBLIC... ,c i.J' .
; c 4 : THE CASH STORE' -. IITAT..UD rVll There being; no further business the T I AND, NOAARV PUBLIC, l AT LAROK. \ 0,.:, t
T';___f rom!la.t reoortBy ......... ...:.. Woo Board adjourned. Real Estate Agent. ; { .j,
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1 paid warrant*mm per Uit. ,.... 40 UO Chain ; '
W. C. Bsi.
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Qeadyf r' thePow a'In-UmUoo of tb. tnb'I'T'R'.l.NK.lU1pp FOR. WOMEN
INTEREST by lltaleand FEDERAL: : FUNDS Flo. .
\ .._._............... rIEWSPAPERS, .PUBL1SHED..JN ,THE V STATE.. ... .. .... VV V 'Id*Yo n.-M n. '. A without paratlei i In the Pnuth. ,
J4 -.........,....... j;....;...,.....;;......__... .. College o .r. w
1 $ '. korouih Coates B fMar and diploma .the
'f .. < LeadtnCo Degrees of .A., .egreea .in following.
I J ', it' '- '0l' B. 80..N.A,,)I.So''.,and L.t. 9. 'departmeuas I. ACollog.of: blberalArts '
r. According to ,the Times-Democrat, i At an election held l in,Macclenny on XII Art and Scl.Qcu.; AtrloolturUi Chcnklctl, If. A school of Indfeitrlil Arte. '
i !. - f there thirty-four paupers the 10th Inst. to determine whether the urn. RltottloaUnd! M-nh.oic.l Ka.f>..'la.'. III. A 10 ,':: are. in Levy,', Law: Normal Behool(UivOukM, School.zpearet IV. A School, of F..p..1" '
j county. "i city should Issue $5,000 worth'of' bonds V. A fohcxil for T..b.. ,
, "'.. 0 $: 8xoe.dla.lgi.ow! > For O8tal"o. Ha tuition. Other ..xp-ni_'Tery,low. .For
.' J to Install electric light works, the proposition writ to*, .. farther Information .dum.A*. ,
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L. Edward'
.'{>G : 1'I' a. ,. the present year baa',been! fixed by the! ,--T.. D.. ConradlJ M. A. D.

r '600-Acres-of '- mmissioners! l !23 jjmilla} :_= '1 _Th* .third annvaLconventipnjot.the PRIislDInT! .I ._ __ . 'r---- :.PR J ElU'...__,__ ..
Muck" -(
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x The!' White Springs Herald' death of America was held in Live Oak .

' ; : .St. .CloikMJitf into.f =. was caused front. lack of support,- says last week: ,, at which ,a very interestingand / ... ....... ...... .i4FOLLIN'S
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. "; .. .; : tpyTaTe pul;>1I ie.-tj-eq W:'E."Griffis.. I It. entertaining program was carried '
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out. ;
.f; Five Acre 'Tracts. -' Aaron Bailey alias Aaron Williams, "_ t FLORIDA'S OLDEST: COLLEGE "

was hanged at For -'tierce on July 9th''' The Boosters Club of Fort Pierce, tArts
'. ., '. for ,themurder! of inv Patterson : acting on the suggestion the News, .. College Academy. and Schools of Music Expression, Fine '.,,
1 Domestic:'and Industrial Arts and Busin
thoroughly cleaned up the park in that : s8'O' ;

. The.Culpepper 'neeClnga.ItStarke: are city. on last Tuesday the club being Carnegie Hull and third ,U1t'o',1,1orlllltol'V now completed] ;; elect .V
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growing lh Interest every day an4 many'I aided I in thework by many citizens of 'rio 11.1". MI tenui and l turniic t..at11I.11I8. ; J'IOllltrfeut| hvulihcuutlltiou
*; fine ifvimiunluui. a tlletlotieldS! bonUuir, teaoisuuurt, j
have Z"
conversions already been made. that progressive
Just east of Kissimmeo'city town. prt\ links; baseball fooLUall and basketball teams champjnns; of,
limits on ru' (<3A In IM>:'J Nearly': quarter of a nulllu" dollars e"vwlutDt; y,.
On.Tuesday night of last week the I The good roads 'movement has'taken .. \| ?n-L-. i ii.. a. clay road.: This land was selected citizens of Fort Myers held a mass meetIng a strong
;...J by Capt. Rose, Ii ow State Chemist. and nominated candidates 1 fjor the: county' and it will not be long before CHARACTER CULTURE CONDUCT .
.I .. \ city offices. ,, travel through the'country; district '
__ I For Catalogue Address,the President
. -'vlnJI) wlls ..charge) ot theDiss-'__ will be as easy and comfottable as'over t. .tVU ,
'The tax1evy"for'Manatee county was i; the well paved street'of Bradentown, \ P. Blackmail, Pit. D., Winter Park.Fla. _

ton, drainage operations. It lies, at I placed at 34 mills by the County Commissioners I'! the county seat .

: at their;. meeting ]last week :,I .. ..........................

the north end of.', nne-, drains Into.. In Bradentown.. .. _. ,1.- .---.-- --.L I Albert Majowskl. a baker' at West r.

Palm Beach, has been missing for two,
Lak6 Tohopekaillga. This fine bodyof I A Japanese colony'humbering 200 will weeks, and It Is feared he has been John J3. Stetson University
be located neat Eau Gallie, a tract of
trucking land will t be on the uiar- 2,600 acres of land having been purchased drowned in the ocean, the of pair his of trousers UNCOIJ. HULLEY. Ph. D.. Lift: D. LL. D. President r
he wore at the time disappearance -
ket ,just! as soon a4! 'the surveyors havingwashed ashore-on the
:, beach at that city. SHND 'THBM. TO STETSON!
can complete the platting.J.M.WILLSON.JR.. A DeSoto county grower has discovered 49 Professors and Instructor College of Liberal Art .
1 that crushed,, limestone will cure f, occurred at Pen- 17 University BulHlngaIt College of Law
1I I A very sad Acre Campus' College of Technology
die-back on orange trees, provided 1,200 sacola on the llth inst. when Marguerite 'Ml Students Last Year College of Business , i r
.._............. is used to the '
tI pounds acre. Kattochi, 12 years old, was shot in the $25,...... Endowment Preparatory Academy '
I I abdomen"bye boy of her own age. The 15.'" Volumes In Library Normal and Model School
It required twelve- columns ih .the the committed! SU.tM.M: Pipe Organ School of Mechanic Art
revolver with boy
19 Large Laborstories for Science School of Mualc.
Democrat to print the names of property deed is said to have been him
the given .Unsurpassed! General Eq"lpment.School of Fin Art ,
owners in Suwannee county who by his father that he might learn to ..........dormharis for refine ms and .,... fantul Mnidalrsaoe. ssd Iliw sub e.wwIsis. \
have not paid their 1908 taxes ''UKI. it.Dave. .:hriMua tat wXMcftrUa raeMnc. Foe enttotiar views Tor 1..1. I rose ._....... ..... '1

_._ _. J. C. Failes has been sentenced by the Haddock formerly employed as -
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court, sitting at West 'Palm Beach, to engineer by the A.'.C. L., was thrown

the penitentiary for life for the murderof from a train at Micanopy on the 8th
.. J. C. Hutto at Fulford several months Inst. and }instantly killed At the time ,
'Vr .f rft P w __'U_Y_ tJr'V _'at'"Pry 'V"#4Fw IL iv"11I .
.ago. of the accident he was standing on the

NORTH NO. 8. It The County Commissioners- of Sumter rear track platform, the jolting of of a tar the. which car oil the left ties the CONTRACTOR and BUILDER

.4 county have decided to expend the sum him-oft. .
:SS.Iw. GriffiO throwing
: of $30,000 in building a new court house, I -
I' C.: I I Plans' and Estimates Furnished
i. the old one having burned some months! Miss Eva Lee of Waycross'' Ga.. was tiAGENT

h IC ago. married to D. M. Davidson in the county "
jail at Palatka on the 8th of this "
t. Fancy Family 'Groceries + The hotel at Lukens three'miles from month. Davidson has been convictedof FOR-

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C Cedar Keys, was burned' on the 15th murder and unless the supreme court

- r Fresh Meats- I inst. together with all Its furnishings.s"v..ral reverses the lower court and grants hima The Famous,Menge Pumps for Irrigation and Drainage, 50,000 to ..
t guests making very narrow es will) ,
new trial he l serve the state as a 1.600.000 gallons per hour.

lit. Peliuery Every Day ai any Hour' Patronage Solicltea.JuflS ,. capes. convict for the remainders( his life. Gasoline Engms, 2 to 50 H. P. Steam Engines 5 to 200 ,H.. P*. ; ,,

". Boilers Any Size.
e..a .d .t =, rn are/ -- - ,8e ; Dr. R. B. Potter, one of the earliest <
The Florida East Coast Railway having Stamped Metal Shingles, Ceiling and Outside. Walls-Any Design.IRON .
= settlers and most prominent citizens of
enjoined the Railroad Commission .
Dade county, died in Jacksonville's "
from into effect certain rulings
It. week from. the effect/of a surgical OPT i ieration. I'ordering putting the company to build depots FENCES ,AND MONUMENTS VV

and sidetracks for the accommodation,

:, Three.handsome brick business blocks of ;shippers, the fruit and ,vegetable ,
of east coast have formeda "'" -" '-- "'" '"

4 : are in course of construction In, lakeland growers strong organization the the purpose of: MIL. MACH. . .., .' ,. m*+tmm-r: MAOM.JrJ . .
which ..denotes ,that,business has .
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f I increased considerably" ) in that town the] __ "' :; .

past year. __ I j jMacclenny I YOUR'PROPERTY l MACH BROS.,

reports a building boom in I
full blast many handsomeLhouies beingin 4 I Livery Feed and Sale Stable. I '
course of (construction and others will With One,Who Has had Experiencein ,

. be begun as soon aa more workmen can 4
"-4 Handling Real Estate. ,WOOD-:-DRAYING
be secured ,

,. '! Having visited the beautiful 'town of: u Everything is vow antI FJr t-CIIl"iIoj. Wo will

'I- .. The school board of Lee cou\t ,bas Kissimmee, met its hospitable, congenial Render Prompt and Satisfactory Service -I '
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renewed its'contract with the American and shown faith in Osce-
our AV
II you depend on us' wo are fi sure that Book C J. to furnish tl books used in'{'I',ola.people county by.buying K>nveof SU .fertile I. --. Day-or-NlKht.I All Kina> . _

the public.schools'" ofTJiat Bounty the soil I am now ready to bring some ot: Heavy Hauling.
r you will lie entirely >vlt!lithe way next five
years. our/Kansas/ citizens here to locate and .
' ; in which wants will betaken care of. assist in converting this woodland into "
your 'I -
I.o I. The revival meeting the Christian smiling fieldsand pleasant thoroughfares ., ,.. re

' ; K';' If It it Is your doctor'N prescriptionwhich denomination at Raiford Bradfordcounty -to help build up the pretty ......-- w4Ac
which closed on the llth resulted
home-like city Of Kissimmee.
you want filled we will attend to In forty-eight connecting themselveswith A, fuBs/rdu8uA.,11aA.afit.A.Oralht.Su ...m.a.A.. __..

# that church. Is Your Farm for Sale? .

f' !it 'in a whlchwill please' him andgiye -- .
way; : I' -If so,writeme-at-once, giving full and
At a m..s-meetlng of citizens in Lake- IDEAL FERTILIZERSBEST :
the satisfaction. complete description-price, terms etc.
you land last Week a committee of seven was endeavor .
-and I will use my Very best

v It It is an ordinary drug store article appointed to present a plan to the city to find' a customer, and faithfully serve AND CHEAPEST '' :
council for bonding the town for municipal ,
those who list their land or city property ,
s that is demanded, you will get ", has you improvements. with me. I have bad more than <.. .. '.

twenty-five years.' experience in buying t Made trout the best material the market affords. Each Dg .:
want, tor our stock ty most carefully selected According to the report of the bond and selling real estate, and during that ,. formula exactly suited to the product for which it, is recommended t ,
< trustees to the city council It required I satisfaction those and thoroughly tested 1 lor bot.b laboratory and field. r.1 ,s
time have to
..and in it Is to bo found practically 27,767,234 gallons of water to satisfy given 4 They are worthy of their name, IDEAL. So many people
who entrusted their propersy to me for J appreciate this fact, we handle great quantities I of raw mate Y
the thirst of the citizens of St. Augustine i I
article disposition. 1 lals. This enables us to'buy cheaper therefore we can .'
k that is ever found Ina drug
any the month of June. '
during For'a few weeks"my: address will be sell cheaper.: Compare our aoalryts- and price' with any '4
.j< brand on the market.\ Send for our lI rat.ure. Ask ques-
T- store. The general l government has set aside A. S. NELSON. lions. Our vast. store of information it at your service.V I=

'.. .. Bird 'Iala -and Middle Island] on the : c Call on.our loeal-agent..:. >. : ."
r 'Yrs, you'can depend dif iwforall your Wichita. Kansas.
west coast of Florida
for the WATERS & J
r ii a wants, which yon expect to satisfy In a expert breeding birds, and hunting Truck Land .for Rent. 4 : "I
thereon is prohibited In future. oraddrea
3 i. drug !store.! Our stock is modern and our I 5 to 7 acres of fine truck land adjoin

. : :- -. servicexto- customers' is as good as careful The taken enterprising steps to citizens cut a of canal Hastingshave from ing plowed.R. R.Suited station for, fenced egg plant and, celery lately Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Co. ''a Flo:af1::,;: i 11

and all kinds of truck Hobse free to 4 '
that town to the St. Johns river, the object _
attention make it. .
can being to provide a better system of renter. ,. rto' "

drainage for the potato Call on or address, G. M. Gardner, e.-1. _.. ... .. .. .. f fur"V"
growers. .
Depend on us! and your dnig-storo" Campbell Fla. Yr Yr .. .. IFw.r".R'4riv' "IiI"" "'11I" "_r'' '''' ;."-'Yt.

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buying will -pleasant and satisfac A negro John Jones, serving a sixty '

.-- 'j( tory. prove days'county sentence for in cruelty convict to camp animals Jn Bradford was- desire to give Notice.I timely. notice .to the Malsby; Machinery Co. : :

: shot to death by a guard last :week public'that I have made arrangements I

H :i while attempting to make his escape. to use the entire guava crop at South- 22 OCEAN 8T '. . '. . JACKSONVILLE, FLA ;

':, to. port this year and anyone trespassing : .
t will be Portable and .
prosecuted promptly Knglpes."Saw : '
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;; E. W. Sprague, master of a schooner '
;; T 4' v.T.;;; ',',-- \ I Lee Parsons Cattle Co. Mills. Wood-working Mich in-
t.. while at Callao recently purchased a JNO M. LEE Gen. Mgr. err, Shingle' Mills. Lath, Mills and
mummy of a man on which was a Ma- general line of .u olles. Complete.
\\1 son's that is July 11 '09 2t- hoe carriedIn stock for Immediate
apron experts say fully one
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shipment. Sold on terms.It ,'
n.HBALIrH easy
k't1COIA thousand years old. The gold thread in \ :

'". .'Jr.' .I rHARM'A"C.Y the apron la valued at $70. f1s-pn exhibition V OTT''. .AND..."..VITALITY,.. mis ', will pay you to consult 11. before
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i |JSe Kissim ee. Valley Gazette.t( vThe Traction line Great IB.Jagtonv ill*1-Y es erd y,aboutevery > -

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. For thereViiaye 'been :
:: ;- '- years- rumors postofflcreceived a circular front an j /ProsperGolonyCompany ,
I. . PUBLISHED EVERT FRIDAY. upon rumors that an electric or'' .traction :Enterprising firm In Florida's wettest :

Ofioe? In Valley Gazette Building, line, was on the verge of being spot offering to furnish the recipe:j
; e built be wl't"I1'thla" city and Sanford :via and.'
'r I.x'' KISSJMMEE, OSCEOLA COUNTY. FtA.W. Orlando, but in each instance those possessed ingredients for making fo.rty"elgbt.quam i ''iI-. .
of first class. or corn ] .
of iufficitht, means to the .
u'' : B. carry whiskeygn\ ,: or. mppi brandy for $Sr investor
HARRIS, Editor ina PropVSUBSCRIPTION' = :; project to a successsful! conclusion Offers more to the
; : : "guaranteed'under the pure 'food and }
thought it unwise and unsafe invest
try drug law. Ito distilling no apparatus,) '' iiomeseeker!
RATES .1 'and
i' O_'_ '....... .. ... .'.00 ment. ? "' required." Most of '..the "Jagsonville)) I|' PROSPER ,
.F"y.... .. ..:. .. pp But conditions have materlally'chang-
, I, On* >rolllJC nt- .4 : dealers prefer to mix their stuff and Bell' C for hundred dollars
ed in the-life of these three pi aces-and one ;
it "
by'the 'four full : '-Wauchula |:
quarts.: "':
4 j' 'a.adaorrependent.All communication, \ .mull txt oept."'ned fromi-oiif.b"tho writer today they are citjes! of no mean Importance Advocate: The a dinect slam ; OLONY'c i than alty land company .
/ "IIajoete4 ...atter will not returned, unleMoondcUu 1111(1'ar>!!destined' Jo become the .
'-IIod tor.e __. ____ ._ three ; In'FIor- a Jagsonville; Anybody in that city' ri ; .
: --- Jeadirtg-commerciar :
--- ;
0 .
-'.- 1n1ll1'.1n-XiMln\-.... .thatwill, give away [the secrets of arts!/ TI in, Ameri ta. ;
u, .I .pMr. E'tTi P !ida-jn very b"rttimfo.he : .
0 . mail matter.FrM cl r-"Made-1nnJagsoflyill'e""wiKht t W - '
-. .time has arrived when a traction crPRQSPER ---
'===-=-- -- serve a sentence, in Jagsonville jug. ' 'Write' rl
these and' Illustrated Book ,
line connecting cities .would not 1 h COLONY For Particulars .
. -Orlando. .
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- ia H.h'1 :3 r.lJD Reporter-Star. t
VrKissimmee only-said t
\ .. [ Would net a good revenue upon the in* : As we see the situation; tte Exchangewill 1 0 -

I \ the city of ; vestment from the day the. line is opened be( of immense benefitjto" Florida 1 Prosper Colony Company, 'I
for business. v orange and to the state. .
; Presid't;; Taft may have won hiwtight Men with', money have: Intrrested growers even Thi.1 _. ..,
holds true if
it can control: KJSSIMMEE. FLORIDA 1 .
1 on the tariff, but you can gamble your themselves! in the project, and If they portion of. the crop. It is practicable E ; I -4: . 9t
last cent that the <>opl 1 lout.. .. !l lIu
y p are given the proper encouragement by to get growers to adopt the beat methods : AGENTS WANTED .
I =--" == "--=-""- C-------3
the of the three cities named, ,
picking, and .
fertilizing packing.
i The number of buildings in course of .' '
the road 1'1111 be built without tTje least writing please nioiitlou bin impcr.'
1 \. construction in Lakeland is evidence of Let there be a friendly feeling betweenthe ' .
delay, but I if the' knockers, the drawbacks .
Exchange and the ae well
j conditions prevailing in that growers .
prosperous -. the
',i 1\ thrifty little==':_-=city.=rG _-:.- t'J !,.... in II... majority, we will continueto I lines, fertilizer factories, and all I.............. .............. :,I :

G '. i There is ;i :r--fible"-talk being indulged pay excessive freight rates and sell i classes of our citizenship are vitally and a T

; !1' inby our citizens relative to petitioning our fine muck land at sandy land prices. mutually interested in the prosperity

1. ,I the. City Council to 'o extend The interests of Sanford, Orlando of the farmer and the orange grower : K
{j .. The and l KisKiJiimee are too c closely allied for and trucker All should-pull togetherand
the city limit'as to incorporate !i

\:j( i f''" suburb" of'OrlandI)=. : : -- one way to ofJhe!place the advancement I least i impediment of the other in the, grown help etuff.-Arcadia get good prices News.for. Florida I 1 We Have in Stock at :

4 .-; .. This dethroning of rulers business and the citizens of each place :should ,.

j !'. ; is becoming too frequent. The first! work in complete harmony on all matter -- Who is Pastor Russell and what rela- .

, ,5 ', thing we know the real common people pertaining to the welfare of this tion i is he to Editor Stovall?-Sanf&rd

.t:,' wiH have some voice in what manner section, for they are men of the same Herald. Pastor Russell is the "patron" "

..' they are governed. clans, have the same 'interests, and saipj of the! Tampa Tribune-the.Jong- -

f ;_ ==-. ......_--. "-- should enjoy the same blessings and distance spiritual adviser! of Editor Sto-
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.The I. I. Trustees, we are informed, endure the name hardships in common. vall-a good man" gone "bug-house" on "m Low-Prices ,
I have held another interesting meeting. Therefore it appears to us that a the subject of the millenium, and whichhe

, Nothing was done at the meeting that combination forces of the best men thinks will arrive immediately if notsoonf'r.

A was worthy of note, therefore it must of these cit/es/ for the'purpose of. lending Stovall probably tied up to him .

.have. been very interesting. their full support to the project of thinking he might secure the opening of .

: 7T==---:::-=-:--=-= building traction.line from Kissjmmee the millenium as an attraction for the .

w t From the way aeroplane experts are to Sanford \ib j Orlando would result, in state fnir and horse race "bunco. .

I bobbing up all over the country, it will much good, not only to the towns .thro' I There is really no kinship on.any a pointa .

not be long before every high schoolboy which it would pass, but to this entire of resemblance between the two men.-

- ; rz will be cavorting abound in) the air section of country. Palatkq News f ...
J .\ in a "made at home" machine. [ The citizens of Kissimmee: will do their =r--- =

=-=- -- - '- 1 full share in the premises. What will I' The Lakeland News says: If as Law- -

" : We are glad it was a man in the City the citizens of Orlando and Sanford do? yer Wells !says, the prohibition amendment '

r \ of Mexico instead of us who fell heir to -- - : would be inoperative i if passed, -
'w there is no sense or 'reason in the sa-
$600,000. If such a thing had occurred t.
Kissimmee's Healthfulncss. loon people fighting it. Why not let '
1 ; to us the corner's' jury would aren-
-4- j ; '.r dered a verdict of "died from delight" The fact has often been stated that the poor, misguided prohibitionists I i Carload: of Nails

I, f fI fi Kissimmee is the healthiest town in the have the fun of passing it anyway, i if itClPn > .
do harm? 'Tis true Don C. Mc- "
i I A Sanford man was robbed of fifty United States, its annual death rate be- no

dollars in Jacksonville last Saturday ing leas than three to the one thousand Mullen comes along and makes Wells' ..

night. Will those "Rubes" living in inhabitants, but the statement in some contentions look like the lowly despised Carload of Pittsl3iir Perfect '
i \ the north end of Orange county never cases is neither believed or fully under- 30-cent piece-still, let all those whobelieve g;

a ',f ..,loam to sew their money on the inside ; stood. To convey to the average mind the Wells proposition help pass .
-- ?uf ? the amendment. Then they will have a
theirahirte.when'theygotoacityal what are the real conditions existing '
I here, we will ask' those living in other good Joke-on the prohibitionists.,! Fencing 3 Wire i :

The conference of negro Republicans places of like size-2,500 populatioh-to .
1 at The people of Florida have had about I --- -
! f Richmond put their stamp of disapproval ascertain how many deaths occurred in rI
. all they want of that opera bouffe mili- I '--
' on this "lily white" business
their towns the ,
LtS :s al :that is taking fresh hold in the south, and if respective there were as many.past eight year the tary affair in Tampa. What in hades Carload ParoidIRoo.. 1
do we or anybody else care whether _
4 and It's dimes to cents they win out, for death rate is greater than it Is here.

; '.:, 1 party hasn't enqugh white members Kisaimmee has a population, as stated Moreno or Moritz or any other" man is .
r I.that section of the country to hold the before of about and there "commander of the post. It is a
2,500, are on
jobs. waste 6f good money to allow the expenditure - -i - C l-l i oael IBEFORE "becl- i ;
'-. / an average seven deaths a year, which of a nickel' find out whether 7" .-- --- .,
would make the rate less than three to :
/I. The Holy Ghosters tell us that the that man Moreno did or did not commit .
t+ e '.. world will ee..e'to exist the one thousand, a record borne out by : the offense of with his .. : .
} at 1020: a. m. eating soup ... .
the the the ,," ,,, I. ,. (
statistics.of government ,.', ,". " , ,, ,. .
, September IS. There will be no objection knife, or some such fool rotas they have \ "' '' .." "" ,," ""J' ''i "
t state and the city. There is not another .. '. !1j ""' ; w ",h\..,; r--'f"\I.i, \:';! ,' '' ;.:. 1 ; ,"J *l""A r1.. 1.f: f"'f.1\(!\ : ,I' .I"i-:! I' ;. . ,. : ...'. \
.. on the part of the balance of the him charged Such tommyrot is . ,,, ,1t .
, } I.tb'I'( ;", II, f! ;. ',1' [ .1" ; ::1 "11' d. ".,,;"" J',.. ,.
in .
town the.United States to .
according .
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-Inhabitants at this'earth-if; ::>the' entire f\01,1tlJ .jo rnu8t'at-the. ,1I! toroachjofFlarjiiaiazorback ,;,a 1 !,I.t',, "l. ", f t(," > .' 1\1,
land Ghosters''and thxTsame statistics,that has as'low death /' .'." "!11."J". : . ,;; \if
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et'aecta of such fool fanatics decide to end rate. : BUYI1 IG- CAEL': ; ON ;.' . ,' ..:
The conditions that about this
: their existence on a date much earlier. The County Commissioners of Osceola .
state of affairs are the purity of our -
'i' '-=- -= county have subscribed for 400 copiesof '
S artesian water, the per((>climate both .
3s The Mexican authorities strenuously the Kisgimmee Vall..y'Gazette for
winter and summer, and the total absence :
f deny the report that a revolution is on six months tot be sent .to prospective .
; of malaria-the soil being of the
h in that republic, but just as sure as you! homeseekers in the northwest. This is :
; character that absorbs all of the impurities
S. ;_ ,are alive just that sure old man Diaz: the best means of advertising any coun-
t" Will end his days 'neath a foreign flag and by a process of fermentation ty, but the Osceola Commissioners are

, l; .Unless he "''passes over" pretty soon.The destroys all disease germs. the first we have so far heard of that
It is hardly to be expected that those
-- people of Mexico have-eaten about have taken advantage! of it- The exam- B. MAKINSON I
living in places where the"annual death _CO.
r J all they can stand of the dish the dictator ple should be followed by every countyin -
rate is fifteen or twenty to the thousand
4 E has been passing around the past the state that is desirous of bringing
: : will believe the claim made for Kissim-
Jew years. in new and desirable settlers and resi
mee, but all we ask is that they communicate -
l I dents. Baker County Standard.The e '

f ''slf.:; ,people The City of Kissimmee Council has are acted happy-the and the this city with or county any officer, and or they individualin will be Kissimmee Gazette is now all :.............. .............. oiII.n l' ;,.

,.city attorney has been instructed to furnished the same statement as we home print, a fact that enables Editor "
j Prepare! the necessary papers for the have made. Harris) to "spread himself" and to show WN;>> '>>.;>> ;>> ;>> ;w 73 7>> ;>> Jsi'71 ;l1r>>S 7>>a J/a>1at y, : t8

:4! kolding.of an election to>determine the There have been many cures effected .more distinctly than heretofore the ,

11! wishes,of the taxpayers in the matter here that were considered hopeless in ability that is in him to make one of the i Your Money Back'if'

.r of the town issuing bonds to install a other section. of the United States, and best weekly paper in Florida. We are I ;

;'" 'Complete! system of water work. for while we do not claim that our watersor glad, too, to note that he is appreciatedby i. H. REDDITT

tf fire protection and domestic use.-Ft. soil or climate contain marvelous curative his home people and as a result is JEWELER ''it If you dont .say. this is the best offer ever made by the "Best : {

griy ."fierce News.: properties, we do make the statement prospering in'his business.-Punt,4 Gor- Paper In Dixie. '

'- __. ...: that there are numbers of both da Herald. AND i The Semi-Weekly Journal, six months .* 1 ,,

,,1 'It baa be.n. good many years since men and women re.idingherewbo came WATCHREPAIRER The Carrier and Patron, six months .10\;,
sixteen men shot among bedridden with what Osceola county .. OTTe of'' thejnost The Womssi'a
; were to death in the us !was supposed I World Magszlae, six months .1":1
'J l Homestead steel strike for demanding to be. Incurable diseases'but who progressive Boards of County Commissioners o ,.

'.k'. 'tl eir rights, and from the turn affairs in a short time after reaching here were In the state, which is just now All Three Six Months 2tp NET. "

; t t\;are taking in the steelstrike now in up and about,,and finally beeame entirely very active in good roads work. :They ,

V'.':pI'OerIn Pittsbcrg., it looks as though cured. expect In a short while to have a line -- i for .. . .. '.. . . .... -/ JL/V NO SosisHstlos "

!r4l almost another score of wives must be While extreme healthfulness is KI. of hard-surface road completed from /"Do"i:

rb' "made; widow. before the ravenous ..ppe'i simmee's chief attraction, there are the Orange county line on the'north to .------- ._- --. -.- --- -. 'Send today, as this offer won't last long. / :">

1 life for money on the part of the man'ofacturers others that go far towards making thisa the Polk county line on the south. DEPT. 91 V -
# Is appeased. most pleasant, peaceful and contented Manatee JournaL I B. C. MILLERBARBER fj r M

5 J place to )live; namely, our productivesoil The SemiWeeklyJournalAtlanta=
That New York woman residirigin i
The latest addition to the crew inS our magnificent climate, our splendid Ga
Macon, Ga., who said a was as
r 1 SHOP
training for the
Senatorship is W. A. school system, our freedom from
much of a gentleman. .any southern )tT a.+ r7/a h'J1r r r31a. t
Y Blount Pensacola. The dispatch con- crime, the high moral standard of our t Pr Jf /
: ;i:s ,Teylng this Information failed to state citizens, and the cordial welcome all our white man, should have her face painted UP-TO-DATE" SERVICE BY
black and be forced to forever life
c'' j OB what grounds he would ask the people people extend to those who come ++++ .1 +1++m+1 ++++++++ w++++++++++
the and inhale +++++
tN anong dingy "gents" EXPERIENCED WORKMEN +++++++++++
I for their but
.. ... : support as he has for among us. .
: the odoriferous smell that exudes from
t-' ?. 'year been regarded as the foremost their hides. Surely the foolkiller is off ______ a ii HOUSE PmTING and PAPER HANGING
a .!: "corporation-lawyer in the state, it is"j The assassination I of Alfredo Alvarez,

1 ,, robable""he"wlll pose as the champion a West Tampa saloon keeper, as he was on a furlough.-- Soda FountCold I ---ALSO--- x

z' of the right of the "dear people." I entering his gate early' last Sunday The County 1

m. I morning waj one of the most cowardly have.subscribed for 400 copies of theKissimmee' and Graining, Stipling' and Knlsomlning. '
...I The Tampa Tribune reproduces I Fine
a longr' deeds Drinks
ever committed in that city of Valley Gazette fo be sent to
r { t ,;srt3cle) from the Chicago American head- mongrels. This is the second Spaniard prospective homeseekers. Those officials -
Candies GN
"Prohlbion I* Not Temperance." A :
: that has SPECIALTY
$; ? met death by assassination In art full of enterprise and publictiahaseeeTtroeDemecr.
0 .odd -it wasT Prohibition is"T'-the past two months \in that town, and sph1T 1
'" \ ,..Imply''knockou f'...blow from the !; the local: ,authorities, and also those of -v-- -

p'' '.. w 'atate 'which strike tie .American saloon Tampa should exert every possible eft If Volusia:will bond for better roads f I-Se. Me ana Get Prices. JACK' ( B/\SS tI ,

(.I "-. in'the "aolar plexus" and prevent 1 fort 19 prevent a recurrence of suchdastardly and Orange will do the same_ Osceola Cigars Cigarettes.. Tobaccos +++++++++++. +++++++++++++++++++++++++++ .
.' ,,i '\'farther'debaucheryof: our American t crimes, and about the best oq; our southern border. is. talking the -.' .-. .. +++++ I I I :t.
-- .;'youth by'a gang who tot love of money way to accomplish that end is to turn' tame way why, we'll soon have a tri- "

'ii league themselves.with, bell to make n.I I Donald McKay loose on that .deporting, \sounty',road condition hard to beat.- / '. L We do but : .

- ".'.''''That's.:. al.-Palatknews. ,' .. job again. ,..Re rter-Star. ,- '' POOL TABLEi ; nothing fine Job Workj ,I

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:' 'The' ,:Klsslmmee, Valleu Gazette, ) Ores' *ginghams, the' l2jc- kind.;,, 10 cts, Old papers ,/jor sale at. this'office, _Ir.. w: ,J,. Wearing of' Lakeland" ,' --COlUMBI fACULTY;', .

j at Dann'*; Octs.,,a hundred was in the city Tuesday. .
'r. rPHON.'NO; ,.... S .8UtOt: ,
; DoorS Ji rwlndow screen*' made to, We have just ',.received lame onIIinments The Sanford-Klssimhiee traction line t

'l.f PJBLiSHED( EVERY" FRIDAY: order.Jt.Barna.a shop ef glass and -croikery! wspre la a good,thing. ,Let's,all. get behind. ,Splendid Array"of Educators Will ' s

jw" ; -BYi I, Buy'your .dress 'ginghams'': at A.S/ and have the right prices The Home. tand: push ft along. Have Charge of Departments. REAL ESTATE

,' ',, ', ,. B. ....A..UEl.r' Gilbert's: 'AH 10q i;yard. Store;. ', : For 'Sal Cheap-Stylish
,:' A flew line of belt., pins"at: 25c, SOc Agency .the White: Star ',Laundry young saddle pony,-strong and active. The following J' talented educator bave INS ln.ANC'! 3 -

oI .. 75e .$1.OO and $1.25: at; Katt's. at .the Home Store, ,Phone '154* 'Apply' toW.. P. ",G -NNE,- Orlando[; been 1elect! jM instructors of'j the several
: ( Fla. It. classes ofCoIumbla College for theterni Examinationof- Titles- :

: Weather ReportFollowing ; i I' furniture Pot all kinds etc.,,of go fine to Barns's repair job work shop.on Onley The Home edition Store of .sheet 110'" ,carries music, ,the lOcU'i Mc. Mr and Mr*. Bert BaiUr left ,thl Henry 1909-1910 Wise: Tribble t A. B.. D.- D..,. Specialty. a.

week' for Oklahoma; but expect* to re- ,,
I peR; copy. President (Richmond! College)), Bible
are the daily temperatures I I Use Plank's I-chlfi Tonic, G'u ran: 'Mrs. J- A. 'Bandy has returned;: front tUrn later to take lip their residence atSt. ,and Ecclesiology., Correspondence 'Solicited' .

and precipitation ae I teed. Price '25 .cents" Sold by alldrugglstsf her! trip to Alabama,.coming, home ,byway Cloud.'r.. Miss Jennie Hammond- (N.ew York), ;. --

reported by the Government I ;! I ul7-8 of Gainesville where she was The Baraca Class "of the ';Methodist Natural Sciences and History, ":
. '' station at Kissimrnee! for the Mrs. S. C. Gallie and+daughter, Mar-. Joined by Mrs. W. B. Higdon and Sunday School is making'very satisfac- J. A. Granberry, A.; M.. (JUIsslsslppJMatnemattcs 'da,,,r,
v, week, .ending July-22TW09, -'" g ret'Of Tampa were the guests i orMr. .., tory-progress..-... here-.were...flftee nin. Cbll! ), and Greek. I -B '

MA!. MIX. MAIN and Mrs. Hankins last Saturday and Sun- a"ew days' visit >, attendance: I last Sunday; i Miss Elizabeth C raon"Ph. B.((Steqj' :argaifiskindVofFeal --- -

day. ;. thetoud I son University),' La'tin and Modenr Languages ,;
Agency for the Singer and Wheeler of .
Members of Trade
. 1 are
Friday.. . . 91' 76 .
Saturday, . :'.92 78 , -- Will Mosely has moved his family'' and WIlaon ses ing i:1tin/s-n the rged U'attend the meettng-otrMonda,1 J. Roy Geiger A. B. (Furrnan Unl. -1n -ail 'Estate.- '

Sunday : . '. 91 "74 . here from (Gotha and is occupying Ken.neth Home[ Stor,. Machines for rent' by night, as matters' affecting the Irfteria vorsity), English and ;Moral Philosophy Fire and Life Insurance and ;+

,I Monday , , 91 74 Bustler's West Kissim- the week. Purchases on Net Installments of this city and county will be dis Armour's Fertilizers.: Rent- ,
of $3 per"month.. door tothe cussed. '
mee Inaatrd"
91 711J Collecting Rents
T.aeeday..r.r Miss Graysori trained un a
It postoffice \
new 1&&
t Wednesday. . 87 73 .45 Miss Mattie Bandy will leave nextweek Contractor Ellis., report the work on der the best masters arid five years of Specialty. Taxes' paid for

,..' Thursday . .88 71 for Atlanta, where sherwiirspend Messrs. S. Jasrrowski and j.ugilatus the new' school building progressing successful teaching), Piano. Non-residents. .

some time selecting her fall stock pf; Nacker, of'Detrolt. Mich... p chasersof satisfactorily and says he will have it Miss Gertrude Evarts (New England

--,. , I millinery. lots In the St. Cloud Colony arrived finished in plenty of time for the fall Conservatory), Voice and Piano. R; O. MEEK x
h -- "
I Wednesday afternoon to few opening of school MI Annie Neville) (Blue Mountain
"""", ,,,,,--- --"" Flve.-ndldateo were given the "Erfered !: spenc a Kissitfimee. FJa.WajfjDDZBB.
days looking the lands with view and Emerson College), Expression and
over a
:Apprentice degree by Orange Mr. W. J. Lame, of Wichita, Kas.. has
Blossom Lodge F. &: A. M. l last Mon- to settling at that place if they are eased the building recently vacated by Physical l Culture. r

THE LOCAL FIELD. day. night. pleased, with the location.S. the ppstofflce; from J. L. Beaman and Miss Georgia Boston' (Art, Academyand '

; I H. Cull hasresignedjiis position'as will open "first-class restaurant thereIn New York), Art. ; l
: Tax Collector C. L. Bandy's new res- A. J, Holt -D. D., Lecturer on Bible .
short .
_ local agent for the Soutliern Express a time.. '
Main. :
idence on Street!I. nearing cold! and Missions. -

.:...___ Wade,the.tuner, Orlando,. pletion and presents_ a 'neat and cfory co.SL ,Cloud.and.has He opened is a grocery store at CoOL: S: Todd la enjoying a visit Business Course (to be filled). .
occupying temporaryquarters N
from his daughterMrs.. D. G. Wagner
appearance: 1 1'I Mrs S. E..Tenny, Matron.
4 Shirting 6 cents at Dann's. at- present, but will build a and little granddaughters, Alice May 1 REAL ESTATE
Just received direct from factory in'hiladelphiat > brick
store room as soon 811 the landsat
Dwellings, for rent-apply to M. Tiller an unusually attractive .that place* are opened for settlement and vacation, Ada with of Sanford him. who are spending TREATMENT OF FALSE .HAIR.

. -" line of mid-summer. Stetson hats for !. ..
Hew to Clean It Properly end Make It
Extra attractions at the Electric' men, at Kali's.' WANTED-To invest! $1.000 to.t1,200 Mr."0. C. Daisy, who arrived here Lait and_Lk Better I KISSIMMEE FLORIDAjrikjALjAijAK
from Wichita, Kansas, a few days ,
Saturday. Mr. A. C. Bogue of Tampa has succeeded ' In established paying business, with ser ago False TSaJr Will last longer and look i iI' -

'.- Best apron checks all colors, 7 cents S. H. Cull, resigned, as local express vice. Or purchase small business outright la becoming highly: enthuse<| over the I'better If properly cared for aud IM the .'
prospects hereabouts,, and states that
best 'quality Is not Inexpensive and
and will his Do not unless have
at Dann's. agent move family answer
he will make some investments and should be selected it behooves awor ..k AAK rfH..IT. .r. lfcrfr :-
here in short time. and business.
a a paying proposition mean -
Doors and window screens. made to help build up-tfiis section. '- man now that quantities of It are 4 M.
References Address TILLER lit '
exchanged. / :
order at Barns's shop. The steamer Lillie Capt. Clay Johnson worn to know bow to make It last
IefV'Tuesday for her regular'run to Invest, care Valley Gazette. A picnic in honor of Miss Elizabeth To begin with, then, a cheap/Qyafty: h.a..a..a..a
Dr. J. C. Davis is having a new dock 3asinger and intermediate points witha July 4-3w. Coulter, of DeLand, the charming Is the,moat expensive, for'after Uttle = Real Estate Agency. h..

built at Cypress Island. guest of Miss Elizabeth Carson, is being It either look.
.. I full cargo,of merchandise. For'Rent-J am offering my house wear become scrubby u I'
Buy your shoes at Dann's. The only for' rent furnished, from Oct. 1st to' held by the young people at, Shingle inK or so harsh that It eann9t be used. '

exclusive shoe store in town. C. P. Murdock, in charge of the A. May lat, and in the meantime have Creek today. Rev. and Mrs Bunyan Cheap pieces We color and either Realty bought and sold.. '
C. L. "extra has rented the the streak; or fade quickly. Houses rented
gang, Stephens are chaperoning party. .
two 'or three furnished rooms which, 1
.. Pictures framed at the Horn Store. eld Henry Matthews place and will One of the most important and difficult Taxes paid and Titles verified ,
Call and select your mouldin .. move his family-here from Gotha. will rent to responsible parties. For The real estate firm of Brown &: Har- details of caring: for chignon Is j for non-residents. ,

'j. particulars call on or write Mrs. ]Helen well has been dissolved by mutual consent to keep them free from dust Like Fire, Life and Accident In- I
For perfect fitting eyeglasses and Shoe Work-Good oak sole leather; Perdew. July 23-tf. Mr. Brown taking the Park Gar- hair growing on the bead, they bold surance.

," spectacles<< see Dr. P. G. White. prices right, prompt attention and de- Impurities and unless cleansed will
Mr. J. T. Lewis has the foundationof dens property on Shingle Creek, and 4 Indemnity Bonds. t ,
-1 For all kinds of repair work on furniture livery. Leave your shoes at Mrs. Tress' his own residence laid to the lower Mr. Harwell the present office and remainder grow dull looking and od.| In their ,
store. THEO BANDY. care a soft brush la an essential and --_...__.....,.-,..,..
etc. to Barns's job shop. of the busines which haveon
go floor. When finished this will be a they every night when the pieces are removed .

Nice line of dress ginghams lit lOc a Dear Ladies: If you have a dress' you very neat and pretty cement block,, cot- hand. they should be stroked lightly - ra

yard A. S. Gilbert. want made right at a reasonable price tage. He has recently laid the founda- Private advices from Mr. W. S. Al- but thoroughly, with bristles; in such sway

Coulter of DeLand call on.Mrs. Godfrey, opposite Christain tion to a large cement building for his yea at Atchison. K..., state that on accounted that tbe dust Is taken out -This W. C. BASS '
Miss Elizabeth church on Broadway. Phone No. 173. father and brother in-M t. Dora. -Eustis he will not be able-to should not be omitted even- for one
)ll the guest of Miss Elizabeth Carson. Lake, business night for once the switch or puffs be-
... Rev. .J. W. MacNamara of Fort Region. leave for Klssimmee until August 3rd, come dust laden they are difficult to Wholesale and Retail

Mrs. J. L. Moon and Miss Eloise Moon Pierce, was in the city Tuesday en- Mr. C. C. Giles and family, who haveeen at which time he expects to bring clean. Dealer in'

left Wednesday 4_- an outing at Coronado route to Basinger, where he ia conducting > occupying the McLean cottage on considerable number of prospective No false hair, when not being worn;

Beach. revival meeting fora few days. Main street for the past two months tomeseekers to look over this a ct on. should be exposed to the light, for sun

Buy.a Gem Safety Razor. Handle left on Monday for a six weeks' camping and air -will absorb Its droning' un Fresh ,Beef Pork and '
Rev. W. A. Myers left Tuesday morn- -out. Mr. Albert Haotsch, the first colonist necessarily. After being worn It must ,
and 1 blades for $1.00 Guaranteed by on the lakea surrounding Uma-
ing for Naranja in the Homestead to settle at St. Cloud, spent yester- never be put away until It has been
Osceola Pharmacy. tills. They will return in time for the
country, where he is, making preparations day in the city laying a supply of pro well smoothed. Mutton i, 4
children to enter school
Tbe postmasters of Florida will meetin to plant a grapefruit grove this : at the beginning visions. He is still enthusiastic over To wash a switch or puffs IS practically .

annual convention at Ocala on Wednesday of .the session. the Colony location and is anxiously Impossible, but as cleansing Is

"' 18th fall.Mr. Capt. R. G. Canova conductor the arrival of deed that necessary at Intervals cornmeal should PHONE 44.
August on awaiting the his so
f F. C. Bryan left Tuesday for be applied. Tbe meal must be robbed
.t. Manager"S. L. Lupf!' of-the- Kissjmmee Marshalville, Ga.. wJtere he will join Sugar Belt and Midland, has obtained. he can begin building a', permanent gently, but thoroughly, through the

Lumber Co., made a business trip his family who have been sojourning a month's leave of absence' And will home/. strands, and .then fastening the top

up the road Tuesday; there and will spend a short vaca- leave next Monday for a trip to Chicagoand : The Valley Gazette is I indebted to of the piece securely, a. long bristle For Screens 'Door and '
,(. other Western cities. Canova .
tion. ;Mrs. brush must be applied rigorously to ,
'.;;Mr. A. B.. Bell is erecting a residence and the children will.accompany him", "ae* Mr. S. Jasnowski who recently arrived remove- tbe grains. Before this bow '

t i','" on upper Main street, just north of Mr., Mrs. ''M: Katz left last week for an far as! Gryen Cove Springs, .where they here' from Detroit Mich:? for some ever the long hair must be nibbed be- Window( FramesFurniture :. ./

\ Woodall' .. \ .. \ of several beautiful souvenir<< Card of that ,city, tween the hands the meal will absorb
eRr\ C.i'J. ... 'place." r.:,, ,., -:....,,__ .. ._,':.... outing days at Coronado will. ..visJ'tZeldtivee I ] during his! absence. Mr Jannowskl and hia friend Mr.Hacker so' ,
Beach where numberof' thednst. :
A; Kia-
; quite .
f. '
An l Eichberger, of Orlando,, simmee people are spending the sum ,-_Rev.: J. R. Cason went up to Kisslmee who came down with him, Once In a lone.while perhaps every Repairing and Any,

: \ !Is spending some time in the city the 1 Tuesday morning, where he (fa attending went out to look over the'cTony"'lands two months, a little oil rubbed on the thing in the Carpenter or Cabinet '

guest of Miss Mary Rogero. mer.Mr. the Preachers* Institute! now yesterday and=expfesr themselves false-piece--.keep-It Jn_-condition Line__ ..
11. C. Stanford went, .ovcr to and aid in preserving the dressing -GO TOBARNSCARPENTER-
Mrs Pilley went down to Mulberry: in convention there Rev. Canon delivered highly pleased with the location.
Coronado Beach Tuesday to spend a For this glycerin Is excellent, and tbe
last and few with two lectures and sermon while
r Friday spent a daya few days with Mrs. Stanfo and the manner of applying should be carefully .
? there, which proved of much benifit Dr..J. Y. Porter and Byrd, representing SHOP
; her Mrs. Bass.
sister Morgan
I followed. Too much of the
children who are summering'at that the State Board of Health, grease
and interest to the young preachers in will almost ruin It, while too little will Oppoaite Freight Depot.
Phone your orders for bread and place. / attendance. He returned. last night. spent Tuesday at Narcoossee, looking not be effective. When using the glycerin -

cakes to the Home Store,and have them Mrs. E. A. JUberi._.and children ar.. LakMand News.| over the ground and buildings of the the tip of the piece must be ..securely
delivered regularly. Phone 154. Florida Sunshine Home for Consumptives 8BCO8. LOW'''. laL'b'. VBaTABL
rived last we** from Fort Myers to join fastened where the lodg hal
Sheriff Hendrickson of Dade BY MAIL ORDEB: '
Deputy i
'Stetson' University af DeLand has .M r..,.Gilbejrtand_Miss. Maude, wttQ..hln county-was-in the city-Mondsy-fwr-the which has been offered by Dr. will hang free. '1'ben. few drops, W..wilt ihlp .nr order tone day ms ......*... ;'0,Jtj
Ennia location-for the- State tu scented TEKTED HEBDB
beeniJiOJiis for the -as a may.-be. rnbbedbetwenthepalms OMLYIalisla. Sa .
1 taken a powerful hold'on the best homes city put seversmonths. purpose of Identifying a neg'ro wanted berculosis sanitarium, the establishment IIf the hands to distribute It UURPK5'a-"Te dad.'fb..ti_. .e .-lt,' G.
+ ''ofFlorida. See ad in this issue. /' in that county for murder, whom i it of which was authorized by the evenly and then put directly upon, the WALTON GEED COM7 Oceaa $t., .rac.... 1''1
Till, PlerMs.I'ooltrf .
Picnic parties can be supplied with was thought Sheriff Prevatt hadcap- hair, the only difficulty being that Unless .'
Have the recent legislature. anppll..R.m.dle.Iseetlaldw.Writs > '
seen mew bnljetm .
4 sll requisites at the Home Store. Cakes, tured. The sheriff bad ascertained, care la exercised the grease will for Catalogue. ' ,
!'Stetson of Liberal rtal" ,
Y confections, lunch goods, napkins, however., that he had the wrong man ORANGE GROVE, FOR SALE.Situated adhere" only one part of the switch. 1n1y 1A em ,
b t X Send r for copy. See ad in ,this Issue. icecream dishes in paper, dishes or and had liberated him before the arrival about three miles from Kissimmee This Is moat apt to be avoided by "

11 r For Sale '&: Reni -Dw.llinCen crockery. of Deputy Hendrickson.In on.railroad less than one-quarter milefrom pressing the palms lightly when first
they are put making the stroke
r, teal location. See me before buying Attorney P. A. Vans Agnew and renewing her subscrlption to thValleyjGazeite I station and within 100 yards of heavier aa the on, grease la absorbed. R. Starling
Geo. F. Parker. Clerk of church and school house; thickly settled Under circumstances
the. Court A. E. Donegan Miss Lutie May Hooten, 12 no ] most there bean
Grove contains
made a flying business trip to Jacksonville community. appearaace of grease ,
1 Stop God delivered in town at $1.00 Plnehurst.. Ga. writes a* follows: ,
; 60 large bearing
acres, orange
Tuesday night returning hornWednepday.
.. "I congratulate on the continued
d. you
trees and over 400 grapefruit trees Hew te Cook Bananas..
: 16-tf KISSIMMEB LUMBER .CO.. improvement in your paper and on the just coming into bearing;alsonearly 400 Few peI'IOD8UOW the convenience TINNERr
' Miss Maggie Johnston! returned Sun growth of the town but not until I and delicate taste of cooked banana
*{ ; peach trees. Will sell at a bargtan.
S. H. returned '
\ Coro-
Bullock from
day from_Fogartyvllle, Manateee coun- know that the cows'are kept off the For address box 283 Kis- Few not to banana bora realize their f
,;lnado particulars
Beach Monday where he has been streets of Khuimmee will I feel' nutritive value. Yellow. bananas
ty, where she has been engaged.for the ready can All Kinds '
slmmee. Fla.> of Sheet '
pending a few days with his family put several months in her capacity strained to occupy ,our home there." I! be employed In many excellent way: tcta1and
r Messrs. H. W. Reaves and Chas. They are fine plainly boiled In their
.t <
Commissioner :HT WalkernlBaasinger
i, County, nurse. Manager Gilbert of the house Work'r
opera akin and served with cream or sweet '
Javens two Pennsylvania capitallatawho .
"/' was accompanied to the !j It is stated by those in charge of the informs the..Valley Gazette that owingto well known 'here; have been butter for breakfast They may be
are ,
,city this week by his son, J. H. Walker' Lwork that about a hundred men are the small attendance his moving spending the past few days in Ole city.; boiled with salt pork or baked arpwrt "c ,

Jr. -t now employed at St. Cloud surveying picture shoWs this warm, weather, he These gentlemen have just returned a leg of fresh pork (peeled.In. hut instance '-
., ... Master, Walter Griffin was the hostjl j I I'o laying out and grading streets, repairing has dicided to give only one show a from Miami, where they were negotiating lamb) or kidney fried and'and served bacon....ltb.Used broiled In- .w ti

r at a delightful party on Monday afterI buildings, etc. week for the remainder of the summer.'
{ for the purchase: of the HalcyonHall this way, both the kidney and the TIN ROOFS and PLUMBING: '
I 5 Aeon, given hi* little friends in honor f He will give a performance every Saturday there *
For Sale-Two fresh, Jersey cows. hotel. Their! visit provedunsatisfactory banana take on an added flavor b1 .
+ -:W* birthday. I\ evening until further notice and the being together. Select fruit Which,
t t four and two years old) both by Sultan I however owing .
'i LOST-Between the Baptist ;h'of I| < St, Cloud; guaranteed absolute, t wlL[ ndeavor to select such! pictures as fact that the hotel property is involvedin while ripe Is yet perfectly/Una. Ten

,+ 'and the depot last Saturday a silver ': five or a little more for trying. The
belt"pin. Finder will please returnsame I A. Vans AgnewtAgLostA Mr. T. C. Merton, one of the old soldier Miami some time ago. fruit will let yon know when It 1*

1 to the Pastorium. I bronze medal! given by theo colonists who has been in the cityfor done, for It falls Into a pulp a* easy to
t the past two months, and who purchased Coast Line Officials Here. digest as baby food. Baked bananas
A manufacturer's line { 'State of New Jersey to T. Malcolm Shop Opposite Valley Gazette
the cottage on Broadway in the! may take the place of potatoes) on a .
ladies' hdkfs. h1hfmatitched and acalloped Murphy. Finder will be suitably rewarded A party of Atlantic Coast Line officials 't
block opposite the Christian church, luncheon table, a* they are excellent Office
edges all 25c. None worth lees if returned- _owner T. JiL left Monday for a month's visit to his consisting of M. Riddle, general with all meats. Bake them In their

and many more than price. Katz. Murphy. July 23 tf. son at Hudson, Fla., after which he superintendent; and L. L. Sparrow, skins in a hot oven and punch. them

I Cashier N. B. Canon of the State will return here and improve his purchase chief engineer, were here In their private occasionally with the Anger to lee
Six pairs of Viking hosiery this morning and made an inspection how they are progressing. '
guaranteed ; Bank, has purchased the vacant lot in the.colony at St. Cloud. car Sprigg FlemingCLEANING
r to wear for six months withoutbole just north-of his dwelling, through W. << over the Sugar Belt railway -- .
( In heel or toe, for $1.00. Writtent' L. Van Duzor, and has had his fence Mr.A. S. Nelson returned Saturday presumably to determine what iiNew Real Estate Office. 'M

; guaranteejwith' each 1-2 dozen pairs. from Wichita, Kansas, accompaniedby tional facilities will be' required to handle ,
extended so as to enclose it in his pre- C. C. Brown formerly of the firm of PRESSING
, tXU six B.,for-m n,.women and childrenr ,ml: se. Mr. O. C. Daisy of that city who the business of the St. Cloud col-> Brown Harwell will open an office '

," j Ki,at the Cash Store. May28tf | came to l look ova this section with a ony.From the ""freqdent unfits 1 madehere on Broadway near the postoffice where DYEING! ,
t On account of the absence of anumber view to investments. Mr.
making some recently by the officials of the he will do a general real estate business REPAIRING ;'
'Dr. J. C. bavb.optician ; !o-
y is still at 1 of its members ihlViliage'ImplOv: Nelson, has closed the deal with Brown&Harweq
A. C. L., it is evident that they 'are
In buying! sellingor
.the Park Hotel testing eyes and fitting i ment Society has decided to suspendoperation for a block of land in the Park keeping in touch with the developmentsof prop- Leave word at my house and clothe
glasses. Headache cured erty on commission. will be called tor and returned.
with tor .
"glasses.'Don't the
> <
Gardens'property, and'expecta severalIn this,city and seetiO, and. .
neglect your children's" eyes. ;meeting will, be bad the 2nd Tuesday of his friend from, Wichita to comedown provide whatever acco .proposewill Old paper for Sale at this office. 20c -

,Eyea; trvated free. i October.. .later and invest in property here. be necessary for the increased business. a hundred. Satlsfaction.Guardltlnteec.;

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'A A STORY WITH TEETH'Introducing each'other like trooper as they .. .
watched for 1I-reftletl.. The firefly 4s .
; seen only, on a certain! night when I;

the weather baa some quality about r{ 1 "
r Woman I,that calls them out;and this was one I, ClearanceSale f :
a Mysterious S
of: the. month when they are never __ _. .. C'
t With a Strange'M'lss n--: seen at all. None of tbe searchers took .. -, -.- .g

.. this into consideration.) butwalted"andwatchwt . .
' "'.. -.. J and grew 'nervous as they, 'I _. .
1 .! .
.: . By1 M. QUAD. 'f thought of ,the treasure. I II Oiic.Lot Ladies'Wlitfe' Shirt Waists, reglilnr 'rice'$1. )O, reduced c to 7:ic. :> ': :. '-' ,'
tOopyrltfit. 1S08 by A..ocl..t d Lller..r, Before 10'o'clock Monday forenoon .
I 1 Pren.J I the dentist had n\n waiting while' Oiie Lot Lndle4' 'Va jl Skirts regular- price:$iiiso.; ,'reduced to $1. 9.: .
I ;:! .The Tillage\ of Urlnkly was and Is others were being served. There were!' .. .

,-' A' today! ,.ajDlafe: of a 11.1,2QQ,JnbaWt-!! !! .*ODj5 .nmt>/them bat I had! come.. to . .' .' '' . .a

!' J: anti; and tho'eo'untry' is thickly fIIl't- hose; their flrst tooth and others to lose ' .: All Special Prices are Strictly Cash. If you have a charge account, with us .
; _
i t, _a round eer WILD bejorc? 'lDl1'II"'torry'Ttn-mties-coming to another! Tll-
three patients left wer" when rlnrknes .
{. Iage7"but only one dentist has ever!' '
fell' and he clcwd his vanj The
new _
It them since!' the place was -
1 pay ones on this dny had been- told by the THOSE( : Staflfof"d'co. :
founded lie didn't stay but a couple i I HC'
woman to stand under beech trees. ,, :
" of months, bat he carried awny a roll There was Just All big a crowd on . ,

,, ''of \money as large as a log. I I Tuesday, and It was riot fairly dls- I II j L:
bb to 'that tho I II I II :
! It wouldn't polite say posed of until Thursday Of course It ,
-Villager and tho farmer' do not give :I had got noised around the village thatthere .

proper attention to their teeth but !{i vni Komcthinp up. but not a c . -- rt
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t.. It they They are never hate In to a part great with hurry the about old ';1: mnn more ppnrhjHj JhtTSi -ntlspMon- There wns,among something* them j ., THE I ''tt"ttttttt"t"tt"t1""t"Jt'Jt""t""t", , " " " " " "#" " " " " "1116 '

r' : ,, now tnid the!, only! wny wns to Mo to I
roots and and keep putting,off I The
each other. They: did 11<:. Men who NORTH WSSIMMEE Graystone :
.. 1 tbe evil day when they have got to 'f
i had always'sered' the I get Into the executioner's! chair. It :i out and lied KIS8IMMEP.! PUA. '
| now iir.H' : as easily I
-might: have been said of' UriaUly! and i'j i as If thcv had -Iwnj-s mm' !tt a buslnew. BARGAiN STORE J PIANO FREE Ii' :

m tbe surrounding country that not an I|I Thpy-ll-d to ench 'V-r' and to On Lake Trthoppkalitra. .

adult had a good set of teeth' nnd that i,, theirvlvcn, and some 5f them had Hunting, Fishing, Shooting, .

tip to a certain day no one was glTlug" |: three teeth drawn all at once, so .as HathlnpGalf, Tennis Jloque,._ -= .- .; -
r dentistry any serious thought. Then I to have the bulge oti the one and two A. S.'GICBERT; Cricket, Clock Golf, Baseball, == T :-::-::
on '''a Manda.y morning a change took tooth fellows u, t Trap Shooting --

place. A traveling dentist who bad I Half a mile west of the village!: was" 'I Terms: 1t2..'O fo J.1.50 per day E. 'Tickets on Piano with
his office In n van drove Into town *15to: $21 \\' ek. M
A I a.JJpel gr"ve.: .Outside, of that there DEAWCR.JN .. ..' per -
'" --
t u-sr and opened shop < For tj1.I :::: i -- __
one went near him, although he !hung On To Our Friends:
i I Sunday night more than KK men Dry Goods (Notions'
e out a nlgn of the most painless kind! |i were In Wit grate 'before' the clocks' Come nnd try a meal at the 1= each 25 cent PurchaseAT

;p of painful dentistry. I i were through striking midnight. Theyrubhlrl hotel. Single 1II1"01KOc; 21 -- --
Glasssware. ..* Enamelware meal ticket. $10. KoortiH $1 --
Then a strange woman arrived.! FhtWad i, dhows and' they crowded each per --
ddrk eowplc mld. ilroxRnd like I! other. Some; |Itretended) that they wereI day -- ------

,a gypsy and poised for' one. She \vninysterloun :I walking In their sleep and others that E ==
Booms in The Inn annex for
woman on a mysterious I Ithey -
a ; were looking! foe stray bolts or We sell McCall's Patterns and rent r.roc:- and) Tixj |ierniifht.. -- -r-
She hnd to that
errand. come locality 1
cows. When an hour bad by --
gone -
Publications. Special rates by the wee or
e r to search for a great bnrli-d treasure. 1 -
some one saw or thought he ROW a month. E
She couldn't search for It I liy her lonesome T light' moving about beyond the creek Subscriptions taken for McCall's '

I an the spirits guarding It had that skirted one side. of' the grove. Magazine only 50c per year post-
I ban her, but the gold was tot i C. W. Dann's'l
put a on There were n yell and n rush. An men paid.-. H. W. TRURMAN, .
t >e found through some one else. That I ran they punched and kicked each .

aome one else must have a tooth drawn j other. Theyven Jumped upon ('n'bnth"'r'R phone js, Fla. PROPRIETOR. --
? to propitiate the spirits.' Then he .
i i'M Imck. Fifty men fell Into thecreek --J.R .--- ::::
would lie led to the treasure and would.! --
i nnd fifty more on top of them.It -
I r t 'whack up with, her. The hours for won proud battle royal from which ?lilUIIiUUUttiUlUUi11i11i1l1iUcb11U11i1U'fILUl1ULJUilliLlLU 1 ' : "if

14 finding the treasure were between midnight no one ewVapcil ,...othl<...l'I.' Next' day BLISS'l.l
'''t ". end 2 'elO<'k In the morning. some of (he crowd wanted to consultthe ] !! S

i ,;. and the searcher must on no consideration wiunnn and get closer particulars: 1 "11I1ill1111l1111111111l111f1111111111111(1111111illilf1f11" "!" " " " " " "#" " " (" '"!" " " " "l11G ,

; Bay a word to any one about l hilt, though they drove all over the carcfly to the FORSPRING '
'what he was after. If' not finding the country, she was not to be found.' poi!>''a Improvement in aeeda, I
4 td Vmt it take time and money. We have
And then arose nnother complication. been Improving flower ana veiret.t Ie ILLS .
.reds l for over yo! ye.... More than aooo I
'Fifty men disregarding Sunday nights' people arc'working to mate Ferry'. Seasonable
9+ t y ;ill and rim and beech trees, began a daytime Seeds uit you. Buy the beat-Ferry**.
limit for the treasure. They even For use ererywhere.FLRRY9 Springtime is sicktime. -
1909 9ftO ANNUALFKff '
went rn far as to spade' up each ..oth sort HCQVCMT.P. . Purify the blood-cleanse . ... . . ... --
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J 1 er's' jmnlen.,! It was three days beforeth. .M.rCRRV*CO.DeWeIt"",MtoW 'the system-by the simple --
I search ended and the excitement -
.L.I .. q. | died away, And then the bamboozled and effective roots, herbs '
t 1rrl t began to think of' their teeth though SEEDS 1 and barks contained in I F-y

-- strangely fenough, they did not connect j
I '
tin gypsy woman with the loss of -
r them. The dentist' lie --
-',, ('' I'' could. replace teeth-as was well displace' Mrs. Tress I fr- ............................... _-r_- h

them. He Bent for an assistant .and ,: 1- ----
\ ; The cost is but half-a-
( hnd all the work he could do for' two a :::: AT ==
''f cent a day to rid the bloodof --
months end his prices were just dou- --
$ .
t the poison that
ble those charged In the city. lie I causes r
V. .
didn't get Quite all he had operated on I II Boils-Pimples and other

t ; rp : r before, but It'll still contended In Confectioneries, Cigars: Skin Eruptions. 200 Tab-. ; LOW PRICES t

c., t Brlnkly that he 'Went to Europe Tobacco Stationery lets for $1.00. A Guarantee :::: ==
NQ// bought an-old castle and Is/ still revelIng > to cure or back. -- .. --
money --
In power and luxury. Now ,and Souvenir. Post Cards.1FJn9..Bpx / . ,. .. -
then I Ask for a Bliss Almanac == 10 ; ; .
In the firefly Reason a man goes Etcr- .
S ,
I and learn --
fully about this
at midnight and leans against anelm' '

h. ', or beech, tree, but If ,guided to < Candies a Specia.l! j old-fashioned emedY".i = VKl;: 2S?E:: OUReLINE''OF51CE'CREAM:, ,; ;,.111'':.: .3'W" v-f
: '
." any certain epot'the moat be finds by :: '-*..- t' ,* -JK. !::> ...,,' ", -v" .";'>h...'"alR1rrZRS, ; ;. = ,,,, ,,.".........'..v.....-.
hyBLISSinVtash- PoIIOCKS"ooosN ; -
1 Made ) .HAM ;
\ ... ". digging skull of Is a dead an old and oyster gone can horse.or the T:; / RIVERA Al.:.D.: I ington; D. C.FOR :::: QUITO NETS, WATER COOLERS. .'' !

?1'' I Chopin and the Children.A al -- -
.''. chronicler! of the life of Chopin Chloe\
,.te., : tbe great pianist, tells the following I, np i(1p.p,. 11'; I J. W: HAMPTON. IE r: .
PHOSF' ::::
.. I t anecdote: On one occasion the pupils '.j i UI1.c: 14'' I ---
'i. ,.. In his father's school freed temporarilyfrom
," tbe restraint of the elder Chopin, J. W. SIMPSON j UP-TO-DATE 'I
.' .:' : :_ & C I
arranged to have some fun with their .CUESUW mm
.. razes wa.B A TILL AKD-A BURH.V tutor. When the commotion was at its DENTIST. *- ---- -
-rittreaaur.t. spa-Gat night-b@-nau t bav -height Chopin.-entered and set himself Upstairs In Katz BnihHnir. -1 / -

't a second tooth pulled. lie'might have to quell It. lIe told the boy: that If OFFIC'E t u a. m. to 12 m. I Si gnaid House E HARDWARE COMPANY:

f..... to lose)three, but that. would be tbe they would remain- quiet he would HDITBS- I lan< S:3fip.: m. : :::: -- .
'ti end. play for them. lie darkened the room Telephone No. 7fl/\ Jun ". \jr : '
Had tbe woman' gone about among and started his Improvisation, tellingthe .. . / ?1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111
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'the 'women telling this yarn she would skylarkera a romantic story pf a I
have been laughed out of their houses. band of robbers who approached II/ Painting .

$he did exactly: the contrary, She Interviewed house, mounted by ladder to tbe windows I C. A. CARSON, President N. C.-BBYAN, SECRETARY +

the men. Her very flrntVictim but were frightened away by a 1 \
+ 'was' known a* the hardest headed noise within. They fled Into a dark --vv L. WINK: I

: ,old chap,, for fifteen miles around. wood where they fell asleep under a ANd '' Paper Hanging Plasticoing
was so stingy mean when , Carson
tarry sky.: Chopin by this time was I -' >
p be', bad the mumps he refused to let playing 'more and more softly as If : PHONI :SX. KUSIHMCB.Orficm .,
any of his neighbors catch them free FBOMB Y7. ; FLoat>>A.
seeking t of.cost. He bit at once U there was and Incidentally the children In' theschoolroom 1 Satisfaction Guaranteed .
any burled treasure around there' be "When W. W. pARSON, D, D. S. (
to" rest. he bad satisfied grocery Company
'wanted his bait of It. Indeed, be :
himself that his hearer had ac- DENTAL PARLORS -
wanted all If he could get It lie
tually fallen asleep, Chopin crept from .
bad heard about the traveling dentist
the room and brought his to GEO. A. GILBERT
and 'Withln'two hours of his talk with
'the' look I; at them. 'lie turned up the.lights, I ....Wholesale and Retail Dealers in,1'
; woman be was at the van. It was
t uN 110,cents a poll, and the dentist seT and the boys slept on until he reseated OPPIC. Moua | to '2MO"R.... CONTRACTOR., '

I :iected a front tooth that might have himself at the .piano and struck a f 0(:

oy continued business for several :years thrilling chord; at which they all GROQERIESWE (

. longer. The palling hurt like biases, awakened with a start. .

'but as_the man carried the molar away L. A. MINX & CO. r

;- 'In'bis pocker be felt that the treasury The History of a Book.Following I-f. '. \
r1 .was his. Da a Bundsy night 'which Is the story of tiI'tJllrat'OdJtloo

,1'a\!, ( 'week ahead he was to stand of Fltsgerald's celebrated translation t
'pjr alongside of an elm- tree and watch of "Omar Khayyam." The REAL ESTATE % SELL ,'.

h '; for the flash of a firefly. Two feet book was tuned anonymously and WE .BUY

\, /,' tnder ground' beneath the flash the I found no buyers. Accordingly the author s
i Dealers In Lands in Large "or Small Tracts .,-,
oJ'f.boz of gold 'would be found. went to Bernard Qnarltch's shop Fimter HAY HIDES

,'., The" next day the dentist pulled teeth' dropped heavy parcel of' 200 copies .
"for no less than five different men. of the Rubalyat" and said, "Qnarltch GRAIN -
c 'Some of them met each other at tbe I make you a present of these books." HOUSES'AND! FERTILIZERS -

'Twanan& made all sorts I of exeuee.-for The famous bookseller offered, them

:,t being there Deacon Spooner said be first at half a crown;then & a shilling Orange Groves and Truck Lands in..Lots of 2 1-2: to l.OOO Acres. - .SHINGLES ..-..... - WOOL. ..._

I bad beenthinking of parting with a and gain descending, at sixpence.but

t i.' tooth tor tile last fifteen years and no buyers came. In despair he reduced ORANGE BOXES J AND .
'' ;4 Elder Tompkins said .that be bad a the book 'to a penny and put copies \
+ a' loose 'tooth (hat" had prevented him Into a 00][' outside bis door with "s. -ORANGE WRAPSVEGETABLE ALL

,',' from ea lnc boiled dinners ever since I ticket, "All these at 1 penny each. Klss3m.mee:: Bottling"Works )
?: he'became a .widower. Each bad a i At that price tbe pamphlet moved. In CRATES COUNTRYPRODUCE

j slight ansptekm of the other but tried ; a few weeks: the lot was sold; and.ln CRATE NAILS

? toad carelesslyand. gave no tnfonnatlon. -'.tit-way- oneof, the finest gems 'of =, ,
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A 1"" jt Tile dentist numbered farmers English.literature was dispersed among a

tf as well as villagers among tbe callers. a not overdlscernlng public. I
'.. 'and when Saturday '0nld figure that be bad performed on :Ito aettf, Swinburne and Burton were I. b .. 'PFRATMER." F.PaO rr't/eT01'1 We sell field and garden seeds'or all kinds. .

}: On Sunday night between amonl.those who discovered "hid- :We give special attention to fitting outs\ hunting and
(" :forty-eight men. -; Cola Ginger Ale and All the Newest and Best camoinff-- *
Coco '
Soda Water; -
t ,- the hours named those forty. den treasure In the penny box." Tears : parties. '
t,'v'lght men were' looking for.elm) trees I passed, and tile once despised volume i Drlnk. Bottled and \Crttwn d by New and Up-to-Date.1achlnery. Free delivery in city limits. Phone N 6. 12. '

4 r f and.fireflies., The village'I.was pretty rose ]In the market: and In 1808 Quarltch -',' We are county agents for good fertilizers. Ask us for :icircuian. ,J

:J\welt\ shaded'byelm... but'there 'were bought in for at 'a C9py ',whlebrforty (VEEf: A/TF IAL. ORDE endBy1ces! ; .on..fertilizers._ rf
:')r'Vi"etnongb to go round]*.1Jt some In4ir -, years before be had sold for a I I ... r' ,
found themselves tin- penny.-Jxmdon Queen. . ,
"' , two men
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11 f ASUR :R'5 :REPORT :GfNfRAbDtRE' CTORY \ :JT'Q ;:t=OE-; " ," .' Wbbsj. 1:.. ti .Lesl-y.., 't.: 'w' f111tr, 'rt; ;."" Notice; .of t Application' forTax

I .. "' l' /Bwrr.t;H Ingrain. Jot WoPhatter, Z. W,, ::.
e. ..;.. .. :
'w . , Baaa, H. o, Stanford,J'.w: Bullock. Urfcur: Deed Under:- ''Sections 574 'and

Cash in the Slate'Treasury to Credit Of' Churches, and fraternal Sod Notice ls hereby given that the(oIlMlla( dteorlbed lands will be soli, at ptWllo; aoctlon II. Demean, PJ A' Vaiu.A"' _. ..r ,V..n t.g. ' 'e ( of
.. 0 tbs 2nd day of August, A, D. Una, m front<>f the tow ball door" at KlaainuBa*) 'll..., In the neW knows to me* *. be-the .p.rtle,who" wtd" State era Statutes .ttls,
t "* .sof Uie Different Funds. ctics of Kissimmee.. '* ouoty of O.(\*la and "tate of Florida, or so mush thereof u wlU be-'necmsarr to> pay the abed the fomgolngUMtruiarat. ,. end aerelU7 r'lorida., "

-' ainouut due for taxes herein **t opposite th. tame together wits such,eat of sal and sees( Lcknowludgad that Our executed the *am*'for SoUo* I* hereby ..Ih'auh.l ., We B. Hurls.jMUVnater ? .
The monthly .report oaf Hon W. V. t1e1.D,. \ the tub and ,purposes therein .Ep....... : of Tax Certifloat No. 106 dated
\ filed'this 'CHU HES, ; I. ,..... n."'.... WIUUM mf hand l and official the
\j KnetV tate Treasurer/ day seal. this .ttth let day of July .A. D, 1110I'. Us* fll d said cerMOat -:
thb\ Governor shows \ '. BAPTIST. .. day l of. June, A. D. Iffnv.; 1 "*In mY'.trlM. and' ,
with the following .- NAyKLuttll'$1UNtJ1)FaGYEBCY.: : .. TaB, TCtsAlwt has made *n,'lotlon lor
"' .. .. lae >U jt.; 'a,. BCTIXOCK:, laJrdwHl fo ...u....fu.aor.dbuaa.
balance to the. credit of the several Bunyan Stephens, pastor. _,L., .. wltk law,
,1 . . ; the Peao..FlrstDistrict.. Said certificate\smbraaes.... Eee.
.bMsihess) SundaySehoo19,45aCin-1C.: ..' ,,' the following:
State-funds at the close of ryan. "
> : Roblu ii'. Addltloa QHOCOU County orlbetl property _1ed ... .. '
Otorola Cl : .Jnn ,30. 1909'; .. superintendent 'i '-.",'J.O&lIldlulr.. .. Lots Brook 15.. .... .. .: .... ................:.:,:...:.s. .., 6g'." Florldpowla \ .

t General ,Rovertue Fund, ,..', ,,$$ $5M 34 Preaching; 11 a.: m: and 7.45. p.'m.Prayermeetlng7.45Thursday ltar 'J 4hompoou. .. .. Lot 'Blottk 16.. . .. ... .. . .. '".. '.. III" I A a t Lou and 3 Block r!,W.*t Klulmmee ',
8bOlom.ker' of Blocks Di.iaIL' .. '4dIUon Notice of tot t
IIOb04IYI.loD. .B. ) Application Tax 1"11. slid land being assessed
evening arthe I 1the
One Mill School Fund51,485 99 J. ... ftowl.nd. . .. N1"0ILot..od'.1I( .otb .v..:. .. . ... ... lie' 1'1 tsti of
Pension Tax Fund. .... . 145,099 36 B. Y* B., U. 7.45rFriday evening' : FraukRhwea. "'ly..LottllanJ .,:. .........:.. ..... .... tdr... ,... ... .I.ld Lt( 3s1A ,Deed?Under ::)Sfectiohs S74an'1 :Mrs, OU. Craanee.of such, e' rfacate.In the name. oC y 0''"

S ate Board of.Health F 164,682 69 'Visitors always welcome. Shoem.ker' lub-dYlaloa! 01 Block BL Ban .dlaloa. of f the ITateas'said If"r
General l ,
[ : "1 V; I Anus B.eae.f..Lott, ,. ......... ....... .. ... .... .... ........l... 511'. 1 I 1111 575 Statutes certlflcatealiaU be redeemed.-
Principal} of: State ,-School : i PRESBYTERIAN."Sunday ...:, o lordlnc to I..w. tax deed will Inns
8boem..r.. .Fuh lyl'loo Clf Sleek 9L Ben Addltlon. !' 'Of the State of'Fhirida.t 'thereoq. o* t
.Fund.." f" v*ii., .-, .. '-4,10589 ,jSchool 9..451"; m.Parker.'sUperlntendent. ..- ......F. July Rlvr.") .. . .01$ and Nl4of Lot f': 420! f: 40 ,,. th* tad day of. Angiul At J). JIIOII . t

:Intereetof State School fliflct-J..IQL2Q . -, koben R.A.dAl1I. o ,r 'IV --=- >je
Principal 3emfnary'f Fund 244. 76 r 'Christian Endeavor 6.45 p. m. etluCoeewell\ .. NMurgsn Wi4ahdN14uf6WjBloik PL. .' .. 521 1\ '1. ourdbaeer of Tn "Certlniate Not aj ..aadZSil 1SsLjSheloddayotJulpA.D.190pt. ) '
4. : Hick. loW: of Ships fL- .. . . . . .:t'J1II1Ifi'1f.11Y'nl : : a iid ti."rJui' Jul1.4. D. 1907 ,ARTHUR DOSEOAN.: f*
Hire of State Convict Fund, 21,088 55 No preaching or prayer meeting till Morgan HiCk! N\V) or Block rLa. ':.J.. .. ."._ ,_ .. . ...(/l)21o\'\' : ,' 11 M j bet Clerk J Cleault tjourt:: OsowU Florida&,
aubt.1'11..... :.. W40/1l1"ck Vb. ... . . ...... .. .. qa) 67Ae. filed-safd'evrtltleik. In my 'office, an4, hat
Drainage' Tax Fund.r . . . :8,864 07. October let.yieftors W. Ashton. . Beg at NWWJGor ot R6. rllll. If.o ft. Eltl7onW H made application for tat; deed to issue accordngtolaw. 1 --'," -
Commission' Fines most cordially Invited to all Sir ft . .... .. .. . NTIGE 1 .:::
I RAlroad .'. M..C. A. Mlul L.ds hand 8 Block B .. .. . .. ::.:. : IH) Io: '
Fund . . . . . 127 services. . U..le ell. . .. Lots 1 1.II.odS Block 21 . ..> .... .. 1200 181\\ SVdcerlfleatearmbrae> the following ds- -
CHRISTIAN. Mr.C' A. 'Mlaa. .. . Lotl..2Rdlt IU".k 2l . .. . . . ... .. . . 10 M 1099 scribed property alttiiiu In Osceola county Sale of School Lands
Indian War'Claim&Fund. . 25,00000 Mrs. M. E. bsraee. Eat. Lon 41.ee4 R"e at NW cur .Id lot runs d 66 t... It '5 I }ftorlda\ 10wit: Certlfloaia No. 23: Lot 1 mud N') ; i
Fund. 3 38 A. .M. Chisholm,pastor. '. 1\6 fl, W ..16 IS hi Block 1 .. . . 2 CI' II 8\' < Tillah.a.e.. Fla: Jane %!
\ Agricultural College *tot 2eo 12 Tp 25 8 R 1MV
Chi. acre
'I. of -Sheppard K t.o Rt ot w.r or A C r.RT tb"a S.we'lerl along 'I 80.KMIM '
third. ..
_, v Interest of Seminary Fund. 1,364, 90 Preaching first and Sundays IU..f waif 7\1 ft. th.o W to It"., .... ... ....... ... b 26 411.1.1 So': tt BH Lot a See it Tp SS J H 90 E M sore. TBS Slat.. Board of Eduioatlna of Horlda wlU" ,.
White College Merrill Fund 187 60 each month at 11'.. m..and 7.45 p. m Tkotga haunt . ., the 5N' cot el block O. ngt.7t tence E TbMl land being assessed at the date of ell to the highest and beat! bidder,.for cah, the '
10 ht 01 or A I.: 1.Ry
Colored College Merrill Fund 1,231 60 Bible School. 9.45 .a. m.-C.. E. Yowell .. Jtofw.\lft way: 10 l be..[. .tbeo".K.w..terlr, . .. ., ..h'"Jr,., ... :' 626 1 .681 the ball.oo. of said Uu e.l'\lIIc..te.ID the names f ullowlnl described lauds lying aad batac '
superintendent Robert Ball 2nd Addiilou t: ,. 8.(tD !sad Cnknwo. anu.t.inO.ceob, OoDClt)'.. riorlda:"*Ths lOthveetloAilnTowushlpCt.'Ilaiice l;

?' Hatch Experiment Station Christian Endeavor first and third Jim 8mltb .. ..y.-'L-Ot.4.. .. .. . : . '. . ... .:. . ... . : 011 \ .161 Unless laid centflc.t .shall be redeemed .o- 8J; .Township
f . . . . 1.062 31 \-6! Ran3 :Township K. Baugs .
n Fund I. South 71k. R. R. Co' 8urveT. Fording to law; tic deed will Issue thereon on SSt r..n.l1lp.a
&dams Experiment Station Sunday. of each month at 6.30 Po/ m. a C S\.vlLjf11, . . .. I Beg .t Ul. most South"rly or..t Lot 2: Block 19 the 2nd day of August A. D. 1SMO. RaoKe S3. and Township M, Rare.>4, ooalaluiug -
Prayer jneetihg and choir practice every rn... /I 4a dejrr..". E'It.. N 4' degree." W it rl. 8 Wttne mjr official mature mud raal tbll the ( 8.IOd.24ac..
. . . . . 492
Fund . 62
u 1 Thursday at 7.45 p. rri. 4Idegree.W7Jft,641dareet! E 7L ft. . .... . .. 2100 :2205It. / lod day of Julr. A. D. 1909. From the das of the area appearance ot this
Experiment Station Incl. A. M.t ew'. ':Addition: iSeal) ARTHUR E. DONEQAN.Ct .' notleo until( twelve o'clock aobu.' Tuesday. {,'

dental- 442 41. EPISCOPALRev. Haltte O. Cornell Lot 811ookQ . . .. .. . .... .. :... .. .. . . I 06 __ 1 D1 rk Circuit Court Oiocola Countr Floi Ida, Auaust Srd, 1110\I.\ sealed bids will be received by .
University of Florida Incidental David D. tfidd, rector. S w. A.'Patrlek' AddItIon. Albert W. riiohrist, President of tb. 8tat Y

, Fund. . . . . . . 403 21. Se'rvices second! Sunday at-10.30 J. F. ((7111ett. . . . R't of Lot 1 ftlnek V: .... . . ... ... ... I tIO 1 bl Board of Education. of Florida< 'MAlt :
.r JFIorida! 3emale CollegeInci- every I.W.TbolDp.OD.. . .. .. E'5 oft. / Block Y . .. __, ,, ...., .. _, 14.70- IS 16 bids mast Mdmse4 i .'
-- .
- Deed toTaibeit W.:
Notice of ailibrstrrald
Application Tax a
and 4
a. m. p.m. Uap11lE1 Laad..
dental Fund. . . . 706 43 | ; utotllie But Board of ,*:duoacation .
4I Colored Normal School Contingent Morning prayer and I litany every Sun- Joseph' Lalb.pp..l\e.. ; \ . WLel. I NE'4of NW): NWSection. . S6ytyq.nip T" ,_ ,. Under Sections 574 and 57general 5 of rtorid, and marked "sealed bid for

Fund . . . . . . 8 96 day at 11.30 a. m.-Conducted by a layman Joseph LaCh.ppene W1i.,1. .1 N N.ugeN'!-h( or N Wo1 N W") seo 211. IP 1U' "K 29 1 00 ia1 Statutes of the State olFroridar f tne purcbai* ol school land:"

N Blind,. Deaf and Dumb Institute :. : For . . . . . . . . I 011 J III Th State) Board of Education reserves the
Incidental.Fund ._. fiSD-02 'SundaiSchool--1.t3rd lUId-4tlf--Sun- barn.1..J.,8_t.m.e7 E4 of IDm'J.J.,,.of N ( L"WJ4JjC..26. PA. &2o -81u-- -ii M . right to hdeolabliafll bids.By ." - i ,
----- k order
Total . . . . . .$633.684 07 day 10.30 a. m., 2nd Sunday'9.30 a. m.- J. McPHATTE.R, Tax Co1l ctor. NOTICE U hereby given" that 3. B. Dotwfan, this Juve\ 17th.of th ltp9* BFsleiBomrd,4it, .Xdocation: ,
W. G. Hankins puretaMrof Tax Cwtlfloat No. 104. dated the 8 '*
Albert w: Ollchrlst.; President
> dar of July A. D. 1W. hu filed aald MrtlfloaUn J ,
FOR SALE.An services suspended during July By J. R. G1LB3RT: Deputy Co1lector. mj offioe;and ha mad. application for tax dead W. M., Holbway. Seorstary.. ' s

investment combining both pleasure and, ,August... to "issue In areorrtance with law. Said certificateembneea
---- -- ---- Notice to Creditors. ;* ; '
Island is too METHODIST. .
and profit Cypress : the following de>erib d property iltuat-

well known to require complete descrip i Jas. T. Mitchell pastor. 1 Notice of Intention to Apply: and which la calculated directly or Indirectly i ed In Oaeeola Bounty Florid.., to-wlt 1 All persons baring claims against the state
enhance thenlue'of th W Ii 01 01> C. U. fountain deceased. late of
tion. However there are 18J acres of. Preaching every Sunday morning and company' property E4 ndEHof WSectlop 18. Tow. the county ,
or rights or Interest therein 'M *2. of Ocoeola and Stats otTlcrlda will
i ihln south Range The sale land being a* present the n
rich fertile hammock\ soil -with 290 evening. for Letters PatentNolliM To do all and everythIngnedesssr', suitable .....d. at the date of the taumnee of such certlfl- .am. to me properly) atyatisd, within Ih* time,. '",

bearing orange trees, besides grapefruit Sunday Schoolll.4Ia.) m.-L. A. Minx .... convenient or proper. .for the aicompllHlimeut of c Lte in the name of Unknown: prescribed by law, or the*... will be /orTr ,.

peaches, bananas, guavas etc., superintendent. any of the purjioiw, or to the attainment of Unlew said certificate shall be /:!..inad aooordng barred, and all penonindet; to said saw

about 12 for growing Prayer meeting every Wednesday any one or more of the objects, hreinbeforenamed to law tax deed will) i..ue thereon on the 26th will make Immediate sealemeagwlth Ihc.un
leaving acres - "-
.. or which shallat any time appear conducive dar of July A. D. IDM.Wltnwi \ dersltned. -. N. O. BRTAN.Admlnlstratoii .
celery lettuce ana other high priced night. !' 'I Ih hereby frt\enlhal four (Il\ weeks ; or expedient for the protection or beu my offltla/ signature and seal this the of ,... Estate of -,

vegetables all of which are practicallyimmune ) Choir practice every.>Saturtlay! night. after the first publication hereof tow ItOn : eflt of thin ..o..U"O.ollber... holder of orintereMtttJ :JSrd! day of June A. D. 1" '.I. C. H. rountal Pooeue4." '

from frost and mature earlieron thi Jml day of Augurtt, A. l>. liKr".! applica- In any l property or othnrw,,; with (Seal) ARTHUR E.: DONEGAL. February leI. 1_. ,

account or the warmth of soil which FRATERNAL SOCIETIES. tloil w III l b,; made to the Him. AllWrl' W.t.JIchrlHt all now' or hereafter conferred by Clerk CI""ult.o..t O.caola county. Florida -.
4 MASONIC. to\eruorof the State of Florida, atTallxhsesec. the U..s of the Mute of Florida WILLIAMS' KIDNEY PILL.a
adds materially tp its value. Again Third. (the amount of the Htock Have you neglected your
Florida, fur the Isnuanrv of leUerepatent capital of the systemHave
there! are about 25 acres same rich; soil) Orange Blossom Lodge No. 80, F. & to the underitigiil'd AM corporation upon I nab corporation) Khali be tan luotuaud (flOlI'.', Notice Application for Tax Deed post caused overworyour trouble with pear uarroaa kidney I and bladder

qutside the wire fence that is used! for A: M., meets first and third! Monday the following proposed, dollars to lie Increaed hcrunf tvr,wauv aluouut Have you pain In loina. side. back groins and

pasture. Fine boating fishing and nights in each month at 7.30: o'clock in ARTICLED! OF INCORPORATION that l"ay1>o. desired ; said capital. crock to be Under Sections 574 and 576 bladder fare especially Have under you a flabby thai eyes.. ?>earnoe Too frequent of the k'

house with two Fraternity Hall. Articles of lm-ori,>oratlon :.wrap Into this laud up in lawful currency of the Unltud of the General Statutes of the a desire to pass urineT It so. Williams' Kidney:
hunting; good six- oom :HHh day of June, .\. D. II..... by and l between States of Amenraorliewiulvalentor in "Uboror Pill will oure Tout Druitflt, Prlc 60e.. Sold
closets barn with M. J. hicks, acting master. State of Florida. only by Oceania PfiarmaayEureka '
porches good large r'. A CarsonR 0 Meek .I W. \lilli.r O. F." eel rice as the Hoard of Director may direct: i'

mow 4 flowing wells etc. A wagon R. O. ;Meek secretary. KnM. II C Stanford. H. II Bullock W. B. thu .wild capita) flunk to be divided into four Notice. hereby liveD that U. M. Pfauu an dGeo

outlet\ to main land and into Kissim KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. Harrl"' M. Kalt X II. Canton J. F O'>>"rr)'. hundred (MiMi') ) nhnrntof tb,. |Mir value of twos t. singletM-) purcliaxert St Tax Certifl
mee. Fifteen minutes distance by Friendship" Lodge No. 10, meets every Rums' Thomas C. 1 l'1 t sYu. A.-K. I>oni.iau, ty-five i!-!nI I -dollar eui h, at least ten |wlulwrcent. r cent rate*Mo. 211, 2\1 aDd 80. dated the let day ..I
at 7.30 o'clock Fraternity (,. \\'. jrlffln 1. M. I....". Jim McPhjtter. J. W i i bf tliu ''aIltelxtoekof mid corporation JuIyA.U.It.Y1h.veAledaaktoerUflr.testoat| Pressing .
t Wednesday night in T ,
launch. Title perfect. Erlceatpresen .
Hlnipioli. N < Dry u. I' A.aus Axuen, F. shall bu p.Ilnl' in lawful currency of oftire, .aad-hav wale apr/llrat1gn for tax deed ,
10000. Favorable terms of payment Hall. YsnsAKueu.E. I. Lesley. Lt H. Ingram Z. the United Slat**. <,r njtHvulent upon coot to Uaue In accordance with l law Bald "certlflof "*-

I desired. 1>K. J. C. DAVIS, T. M. Rivers; chancellor' commander.R. 1\ .Base monceineutof, ifcfbubinra*. 4ra embrace the following described property .

Kissimmee Fla. O. Meek keeper records and seal.. uliobereb) ".00;>( late themselves, together as a i Fourth the thou' of iouuu"nceuieut of the tltua'ixl lltJ| O"C uU county Florlit towllirtlfliato / Club .
.' batyoruorat. under the eoiiHtltiitlon corporation Shall."be the -dale( of the I .
sot law Issuance
( :JMtic'i of net. ;;See 21! Tp 27 8 B ZH
,---- of the Stale of nuilTTo of ItsTetters ]potent by the '
liovwfnor' th
thefollon .
--'f adopt +' 40 ecroe. rt-rUflcRte 21) uui! oue hll Arll,'%ew of luconioratloii. lo-wlt. Crate ot Florida, to it, and to no continue t top In 27 !South R 2,1,'1 4il arrei rcTtincnle ;M) 110)40Vi ) -
Fire. tiniianiu of th.corporation ahll IM- I -ntlun fur a term of ninety-mix))I'tl| Clothes
$39. 70 .. yearn.Fifth u. Sec 21 Tp 27 South R 2i1 40.crea. The sal. Cleaned Pressed
tin Hume I U lm.lnei" ot the)
Uulldmir Company of KlKHitiiniti' corporation shall .
laud l
1..111. e" ed at I tin date ol the Uxiiauce and Repaired. All work
Floods and ln( .' uf bimiuesM lx> iWKlm t1 ),y a prCMldviit. \.le..I".d"nt.
pla o I of inch, oenlflt... In the iiatnei of UnkuownUnkuown '
Rotttid Chilli lit iu the City of Kiti .liimii.*..
Trip From Kansas of 0.01.| and Mt.W of Florida, with branch aud not |.HH than three ((8)) 'nor c.ati-D Hlmll\ 1 IM) redeemed ncuurdlng to I law, tax .

e ajtHtherplnic-In! tku "".I"ot, Florida mid in more than wveu ((7)) director. .; and any two or des M ill fttfftie !thereon on the 2n l day of AugHHtA I.

,' the UuiUd btatoH nud.forei8n oountri as titditertore xsame more ol said ornoen' may be held by one and the D. JIIItue. (0'J.U \. Phone 149 JOHN%! B. KING

f) City to Kissinimee of toe l ompauy mar hereafter dee. | finallythe)>''mou ; aiJ officer uliall be flitted an .. my ofllelal lKnalure. and seal thl
iKIIlttu elwtioii ooiuirting tht.
on the2uddnyof July A, O. '
(, Second Uie object for which UilooriKiraiouI ( Tided Tuesday rn January of each and every T (Seat) THE GRAYSTONE

h: Good for' :25 Days. Stopovers icing and County
' thlug here)u set forth, ut' '. "-' or uutll. their *uoc->rs hall .be "" "' '
'I / "I"
. '. ,To ac'iulru b>' punhase, exclialigo; I"...., hire j elected; -; ,:S'h 1 l.,' ,,i'Y.; ; )"" .." 1'0,1' ,.j. :, '.;, ""I, '," ,. I , )' I LAUNDRY,: :

':f' I start'Tuesday. August; '.Id, to slunv'. thisopportunity' laad.r This or otWft mo, duels and other property. !Imth t'. :' :"" " '": ""'I .liOFrICERI"" ;; I Notice. .., of,"Application; "; for ,; Tax
real, rVrsnoal and mixed anrlnlvrantfilersin ( : ,. iAJSAR CRAYSTONE
, . . .* !: .. pr plArE'ws.sgeatrrosldentand : ; OARAOE
jr. .In .price) will not l hist long."" "* v ,'" 1 ' :" : '?% lt 'f.t t'lt! Ceneral? "'-. Mausger De dUnder'Sectlons 574'and575jof -=- _._-

. .To plan erect aud cotirftmot dwellings, hl!e. II. C. Stanford Vloe-Pregldeut General Statutes of the

In"-.. houses sad. othi.rJ 11..11011"1(01d, work ofevery H II. fiuUoLk,.,ecretaryandTreasurern : State-if Florida.Notice Thoroughly EqulppeiL{ r-DoIng -
---. Furl ACRE TRACTS FOR $106B ru"'rll'tioi'UI'O..Tuu,11! ti4ifc.n..lng to tTieCottimny : F Krlbt,ijVll. mj>y. ,x
or upon landit. of other' per* or conxiratluns.. DIKEC'I'ORI' /U hereby given that W. B. Ilarrla. purchaaer In the
I of Tax Sale .'
Certificate No. V"O. dated Jul ly
To rebuild eularire alter hUl'ru'Vt" or remove |" A E Uonegau II C Stanford 8. H. SuI.lock >. I'Ol.'! Tax ValeCertlAcate\ No. (:.Id. dated Auv

7 II 5i 4 3 2 I exIstiuglmiufiiitfN uito_ or from anyplace M. Lee, Konia Thomas net lot. 11104. baa filed said oertlAcatea inrny ol Laundry line. ,..

or lauiU Hlith. the highest IndebtedneMi or liability flee, and haa made application for tax: deed tot > laeue -
To convert! Ixwllci of laud l belonging to thin which this corporation cal ,t any time xubJ ar lu acoordunee with law. Said certificates FAMILY '

iiniMiuy or other coiupnnliwi, IMTMOII or |*<.r- ttoelf to shall be the par value of it* capitalstock 1 embrace the following deecrlbed property altuat WASHING A,

son. into lots or parcels, roan, struuLii, alleys, ed (In Oaceola County':Florida towltt .
I or other buventences/ and to generally 'Improve Haveuth the nsme gird rmldencn of theubwrlbeni LoU 1,2 and 3.; In block in Weat Klaalmmeeembraoed SPECIALTY..
I and. beautify said loU or parcel i of land and the
amount of la
-- otoeh subcrilwlby Tax Certificate.. WO; "
by building. homes and other building theVeoo I each of them area follows,to-wit: Lot.:6 and 0, Block 18, Went KIMI ua_ embraced Dyelnzr "Cleaning "and "Pressing Y: "

and .11I111 tbe sam either for cajib- on the. !I C A Carson. KliMluimea. Fla, 4 aharw; i In Tax Certificate )1... 1* people experienced d in this'line.We .f

r eaaypaymeutplany ou commission or otherwise B:O. Mwk, Klasimmeu. Fla.,4liarea: The aald landa being ......J at toe .dates of .;..- '.:;
; aim to sell the aaM U" singly or a* a J W: We have also secured the' services.of .1
.MIUt'r. KlMlmmoe,, Jla ,4 share.; the "' uanoeo< such ectiScates to tbe _.. of .. "
whole whenever It appears advautufeou to the 0. F Kribbi, Kl.slmnie.. '
Fla., shares ; F H. Ruble and W.jl. Swartm. teepee a THOROUGHIY COMPETENTTAILOR '
e' company to do so. B C dlanford Kliwlmraee. "1.., 4 share*; Unless aald ear ideatee shall be redeemed ae- and will |fu rante "his .work'\
To undertake .uddlrect .
the and I
management B. H, Bullock Kimlnimee. Fla., 4 Hharei; cording to law tax deed wW issue thereoa OD '
10 11 U 13 14 15 16 .ale of any property,-improved and unlmpfoved W B. HarrisKUwluimee. Fla, shares; the 16th davof AusiuU A. D.:IIW. to give satisfaction, or no .money, will
red, personal or mixed, building and M..Kats Kisi imme .. be asked: '" ;
*. Fla,4 01.. ..: Itueai n>y offloial signature and...llIata. the -:-
lasd.oatdoomprnyortor-.. olheH companies N. B. Canon. KlafmmeaFb..hare." .; .. inth day or July A D. ivos. Our '
or persons. J. T. O'B rry, KUwlmmes" Fla 4..ha.--; Seal.( ) AUTHOR B. 1)ONEOAN prieN'are reasonable and V* solicit

To manufacture.bUT. sell deal and trade in. Roma Thom., KlMlmmee, Fla., 4 share; Clerk circuit Court Oaceola County, Florid the patf'onage .of_ .the people 'of| i
any cud every. kind of w pod. brick, Iron, steel, C. W. Dann,Ktaslmmee/ Fla.,4 share: Kissimmee. > -

18 oeraeat atone of erer Jnud and all and eve,. A B. Donegau Kinslmtntw, Fla 4 share. .
24 23 2e 21 .20 19 17 *; - b
klndemd ('har.S rot building. materials' and r.. W Orim Klaiiuimee. FI.... 4ahar""si- Notice of Application for Tax : ROGERS'; L.VERWOR",
.,; .
: supplies. i. :
M, Loa Klmiiumee. Fla .
Inheres; Deed Under Sections and TAR AND OAHCHALAQUA
To make entee lato, form 574
sail carry out John McPhatter KlMimmm), Fin :2 Hharei; For the complete Care ot Cough. 'Ooldsv .
agreemeuts land. contract of every kind ,for J. W 1.llIImee." tOI. ,,.shaves; 575 of the General Statute Asthma and Brooohltl site all LnDgooroplalate '; ,

conitructiny. altering and Improviug docnrat 'If C Bryan) Kisolmmtw, Fla. :2: share: *' t.1lah':. : oonanmptioa. Urerworl Tar anil ,
of the State of Florida. for aces mantaloed aa
log malntalnfog'furnishing
and fitting up P A Vans '
., Agnew KledmmaeFta ,4 shares. : established ret'Ulaiioa sa a- ...DdudtrIa ,
bnUdtltgs of every character with contractors, F Van Agnew.KiMlramev, Fin ,4 snares; remedy It eon\at.e no oniam or harmful
,"- krphltccts, builders material men. btborars E :Lesley, Klaslmmee, Fla 4 share Notice la hereby given that W. B. Makln elms can be iTetP'wita safety to caildre
*; Price IJ)0.. fold J'
and all persona whomsoever.To L H. Ingrain Klmlmmee. Fla, 4 share*: eon Company purchaser of Tax; Certlflca Le 0,1- by Oeeeols :Pb_..,. .

\ enter into, make, perform and carry out Z. W Baas, Kl..lmiuee. ." 4 share; No. 19;dated the l.t day of July, A. D.' "1907 .
'of' any and all other contract of whatever nature In witness whereof, the baa Died a.Id certificate In my oflloeud ,
I have
said parties
..... .. .1 necessary, the need and purposes of this hereunto set their hands and alBxed their bw made application for tax deed to Isau, Chas. A.

company with any person, firm, aasoclatlon oroorpor.tloa .deal Ute-day and year lint aloe written la accordance with law. 8eld cert I float* era Waldron

!r .L, 25 26. 27 28 29. 30 3\ 32 private, public, ,municipal! or NO. Bryan (Seal brace the following d"acrl1Hclpropertr sties *
.' body polltfc, or with tb United State) or any C. A Carson (Haal) ed Osoeola County, Florida, to-wlt: '

t Stat. territory eolony thereof, or any foielgn . Cha W. Dana (Heal) NW)" of NW 4 Section ID.. Tp. 26'south, Bang ontrac11ng'arpcnter '
81 east 40
-- ----- -- -- Government acres.
r N. B. Canon (Seal)
NOTEA rood. bard road run on all four*Ua*of this property. To manufacture, purchase or otherwise acquire Rom. Thames (teal) The said lands being Maessed at the date ; and BuilderAll !
m (
r i I 1 also have larger tracts any' size to suit the customer. From five hold own, mortgage. sell, assign oOraneter r M Kate (Meal) the laiuauce of such; certificate, lu the ca
acres to loo.000"acrea. Fr'orq a gardtn field to 'a cattle ranee. Crop. and I Invest aud trade in, and with goods, R. 9 Meek (ereLl of Padgett A Beaob. work J euaranteed. Pricesreason4ble. \
grazing twelve months ID the year. No mosquitoes few flies Jake aid ocean wares and merchandise and property of every J. W Simpson (deal) U..MI said certificate shall be redeemed ac
1 breezes. Average temperature 42 to 98 degrees. Here we challenge another J Flea! ; kind and denerlptlon, sod alsoto acquire, W. U. Harris (Sealr / "cording law tax deed will Issue thereon oc No charge for estijuaet4t .: )

locality In tbe United States to show such returns from their trucking trade good.wilt right, property and ansetn of r C. \\'.Grlttu
dlstrlo s. It I Is the flowing1 wells, the sub-Irrigation system, the climate tbe all kind and to undertake the whole or any: John M. Lee (Reel l) Witness my L .chat signature and teal thle

soil the sub-soil drainage shipping facilities by rail and water and the mar part of the liabilities of any person, arm, anuelailott u. . .......... ......., )eau] the tad day of July.' .. D l>Mx PI30NE:: 13 '5
keting, / conditions that produces these returns: corporation, and to pay for the same E. L. Lesley (Soul) ARTHUR E. LfOMKOAN: +L
-. Htatemeuts: made by growers: In eaab or other *eourltlev eitherof J W. Mlllsr (Meal) Clerk "IrCulttTourt Oeoeola Coun',. Florid*.
"I received 110,700 for the celery and other vegetables .grown on six. 1 thl company or otherwise.To J. O'Berry Seal) ------ ,- -- ---,-- -

acres in 1908 pnr "I cut 820: baskets lettuce from 11.8 acre of land and sold for I860 net." wWaoqulr..ny.ndallrlght.pririlsgeep. ..- I. :MoPbatter (B e.l) Assessment Notice. .1
- 4 Vt "I made about 11200 an acre on celery a. and all other in mphortrenchble.eult.blpandoo.nalemany for
year crops pro Z. W. Bsa (Heal)) Notice le hereby gives that Ou Board

portion." : of the purpose of thevjkuslema' or-..bus". : O. C. Stanford (",n, I) County Commlaateemrai of Osoeola Countymeet wtU S Abstract Company: '
These lands. wilt\ from K500 $3000 of this *"
n' produce to an acre a year. nesses company. 8:H. Bullock (Seal) at the Cobrt House In tbe offlo of Ute
1' A few more Ye-acre tracts one mile from Runnymede Hotel, 125 down To borrow money upon any or all of the Arthur E. Donegaa ((81)) Clerk of tba Clronlt Court 1C a. m. July ttth.
and .25 every six months till tbe (100 osid. or securities of this .
is property company.To 100, for the of
Jb. P. A. Vans Agnew (Seal) purpose oompbUata! ad Qj p GARRETT Mana '
-' k Will refund oar fare to purchaserof HJQ acre. "r" / make and "iwue, 'jromlMory note, bills of F. Tte Agnew (Barr iwMHYtna. ;teeMmony aa, to, the, 'valor of .An,. j ; ar.,

: ( idhange, bondscontraot. Indenture and evidence State of I'Iorlda.J' property aa sUed and a as mead, by phi-CooetAaeeaaor y neal estate' '
S, of indebtedness of all kind whether >e- Osoeola Connly. ( of Taxes. Titles examined and reported oat'
tchisoni Kansas
\I. 1ItJ} cured by mortgage, fruit deed or "otherwise.rTo Bflfore me, the undersigned authority per Witness my band a* Zx-offloJo: \ *a Id .: .ues paid for ,non-residents %3

carry on any other business which may -u, appeared H' C. Bryta, 0CanoGa., Beard and the pmolal ... cst'said Board tola lastrumeots reatto) .r lo real l estate'oftrefully
mot r ;t L0t i. seem to.the company! capable of being conveniently Chss.W Dana M'. B, Carson, Roeja-Thom. tad day of Jaly A.D..IMW ;;> ..-r: tCBeeO. drawn & -. e ,
?.f\\' { t- f ? carried:on 1*connection with the above, :1ta..i, B. O. VsckW, Simpson.... W. B. ) IAl THUftB. F>oX&l1dN '"

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.: ? We hove about all .anyone. .couM., want. 'in'. Kitchen. Furnishtngs .lathe AGENCY FOR .We wish specially! ,to call attention to'our' complete sine .If f.1: !;

I f *" : Kettles Dishes Crockery Glassware Wooden-. ., 1 .t
.: > . wa'y..of.potsPans, ,. SEWING MACHINES '

;f} '.14k| r > ;, ware.'Enamelware-: ; Oil Heaters:and.Cookstoves. .Water:. Coolers,, Singer machines and Wheeler taken In& exchange Wilson.,*.' or Instalments.Old ,' .. Japanese aria Chinese'i: :

' Window &c., &c., &C .. .
Lamps Shades, .. TYPEWRITERS' ''f
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\ The L. C. Smith & Proa.* latent.- :;:
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f 1'a' WIJ also carry a full line of private' and business Stationery. ,PIANOS AND ORGANS :- .- '. ,: attings II ;

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. f j v , Those manufactured by W, W. KImball & Co. .. .. dLetUsShow

;--- Guitars7-VioTms and! i of GRAPHOPHONES .Them-To-IYou:
;, We have : sundry fittinffsrfpf-all-kinds! --- --- - -- --

l 1 musical instruments.. ,, t, 'Columbia, Disc or Cylinder, aUo, Records.' LATEST DESIGNS: AND .AT-ALL PRICES "
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:, t, I Dissolution of menthe thermometer: seldom goring abort M or j
How to Purify Rainwater. Partnership.The A \ CONDENSED I I '
WAY OPEN lower than 45. \/,
Methods t Cfiu chJ Rainwater Is one of the best washes real estate firth of Brown & Har- It la In the center of the finest hunting Mottos '1

1 t f ; for the complexion in existence, but well has this day been dissolved by mutual of Florida, fame of all kinds being;found within a'"t

; I clean rainwater Is often bard to get, agreement-W. $. Harwelf sellingto few mile of Ita corporate HmU. ,,
Many a Klsslmtnoe Reader KnowsIt This It la the head of navigation. of a chain of lake .
l for after shower the water from Facts and figures Regarding ,
J \ every C. C. Brown all his interest i in the
This .tUA'
NOTICKS' AND Well. and rlvere' reaching to the Gulf. ,] .
.. I the barrels Is black with soot, etc.. .1 F. and property'in
O'Berry adjacent and route la three hundred miles| In length and a
", I washed off the root. To prevent this which they were interested Mr. Har- There ii a way; open.taconvlnce. the City County. abound with .beautiful scenery throurheot.,

I We give the most of our space this I and to secure clean rainwater, get a well continuing In the real estate business greatest skeptic. Scores of Kiseimmeepeoplehavemadeitposslble There ball been 4ch+ a large number Tou rlata who have traveled' the entire continent.2
: 'f week to the following quotation. from I bit of coarse close canvas and make a The pronounce It the finest Inland water trip lag
at the same office. Mr. Brown has of letters rectved at this office asking
i f Bishop John; H. Vincent. Cut_it out little bag of It Into bog put some America. .
r I public statement of their la
the decided of his experience for this
the location Information
not yet as to I regarding city the
5' clean gravel and tie bag on to the I The f l1o'IDaare preTalllngjprices
it where will it I
and post you see every proof the like of which has never"been '
r office. and ootinty that the following pub-
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t end of the pipe, so that the water will ID this city and county:
w, day: have to pass through the gravel before '* C. O.- BR WN. "produced before In Klislmmee. Read : lobed In lieu of an anewer to each individual -

4; "I will this day try to live a simple, reaching the barrel. The gravel makesa S. HA.RWEUU this case of it given by a citizen: I Inquirer and as a source of DRY GoOD$ "

sincere and serene life; repelling prompt capital: fllter and It. It. changed 7.22'09W.- .. ,Z. W. Bass,..outh side Ktsslmmee Icnowledtre to those contemplating{ coru- I_Calico prim 8'to 7" 7e
1'I thought of discontent; anxiety, Fla., : "Doan's Kidney Pills 4 .rmuean: '. ..5Iquartermuean
I every says
k ly from time to time and the barrel be Millinery Notice. ; Ing to this community: I 7
have been of ouch benefit to bleached
t. impurity and self- I great me
:. .' 1 'discouragement, kept clean :you will always: have clean To my patrons and friends: that I do not hesitate to recommendthem. Gingham apron check. I ere f
: seeking; cultiyating cheerfulness, magnanimity soft water when required for any: pur- KISSIMMCE: !: Gingham D.... 7 1$14s'
. i 0 ter) desire to give notice that I will be in A lame back made It. difficult/ a
I + charity, ahd the habit of holy l pose. I the millinery business again this fall, ,| for me to get around, also to stoop or It haa mar than 2.000 population. White lawn .. 6--1 '
Sr silence; exercising economy in expenditure 1- I lift. No position I assumed was comfortable I It !Ia the leading market for cattle. Figured lawn I 4S
carefulness in conversation diligence How to Lengthen Life: of a Plllowoaaw. and will open up a firllt-c1assline about and a full nlgrht's rest was Its property la cheap and ta"...are low. I')quarter sheeting. . .. $3yp;'
r" f Every; housewife knows how soon Sept. 1st in the Fleming building recently out of the question. The kidney secretion It la almost from _ultoe.. Denim' .. 10 "..'16e
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in service fidelity to I
appointed ,
I J f"" pillowcases wear out. but It took a remarkably occupied by the bottling works. were so frequent la passage It baa a good live working Board of Trade Shirting homespun 7 f.

',"; < every trust, and a child-like trust in I ; clever womatT"to see at a MISS MATTIE BA.NDY. that I often had to rise from six: to Ita people are hospitable, kind andYeneroua. FRESH.1M)CATS::
God." - --. eight times a' night. I tried various I It h.. electric Hffhts and a telephone ay a tern. : L
glance -ftqw she could prolong their Boaf. pork and mutton Ib.. telb.Llt'1 .
i Old p&pers for .sale. at the Valley remedies and rubbed my back with It baa a fine tourist hotel and three commercial per M
llve When her be-
pillowcases are
: The prayer meeting will study the Gazette once liniment, butto no avail. I !anally hotels. - ; STOCK

& ',,1\ :i;:' 12th Chapter of Romans next Wednesday l I Jrffulng to show sign of wear she =- -- t- :==--- -==--:,- -_.- -"", heard of Doan's Kldnev Pills and prV It la the greatest raahwater fish market In the Farm horaen .. ,.tlWtolUA r
-t'J: .' night. r' takes out the seam at the bottom of 'j cured a box from Klsslmmee: Drug country. Farm mulea . 160 1100GROCERIES .
i the rase and turns It round, BO that Notice of" Application to Sell Co. They disposed of the lameness: Ita aoll will produce; any variety fruit, flower

j'' ' t,,, '\ The pastor will preach at ,ingle I the side seams come directly; up In the Real estate.To In my back, strengthened my; kid neva or ve.retablea.It Flour per' 17.00. to WJ OM'al
Creek tonight.. middle. Then she reseama the bottom.It and rid me of the necessity of rising baa five churches of different denominations . ..
,i. > cwt 2.80
A ."c- ._- -- .-. la easy to nee that this will bring All \'bulII it May. Cunnern.Notice at night. I cannot say too much, ID | -all Ane bulldl...... m Gat.. |er.. '. ... tMtern.
"' the side of the pillow under the head, ,Is hereby liven that on th.. lr4 ilay of I praise of this effective remedy. I It la absolutely free. from t>>e sale of whiskeyor 'Ic.r bee ,. Leo ,
.: .. I I"' : ",, { ALLOTMENT MADE where the wear would come HO' the August. A I.1'NMtI' I will make application to I For sale by aIr dealers. Price 50 any other Intoxicants. 00'110' .. .. .'11 ?
the Co ,lOt) Judge of OMoeoIa County tor an or. ]|, cent .- foster-Milburn Co. Buffalo, It haa the finest. ",school'oyotem of any town of j
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pillowcase will last longer. A better Hny. 1 l' l.IO! +
\. err to Nell at prlvHtv Halo the following des- j I =New York sole agents for; the United: ItaalEe In the United Stateii. \ .
i Idea coojd'not be found, and who It lute putMtufto' per liuKi I.IS ,
!1 Deeds Now clng Prepared and ('rll.,1 real estate iMilonipuR to the elate of States. It Is free from crime there not being on an ".. ".,'1", .. .. . .f0
minds sewing up a pillowcase seam? \\ alter Band, I+t.. tluceaacd, lying! mid being! lit- Remember the name-Doan's-and average. of one arrest a month. | .
j rt. Al&KA to Owners. late In the County of OHceola. and State of''1 take no other. It doea more express business than any other \, o. iwr Ill- ate lieSu..or. :
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... How to.AVa.k Silk Gloves. Florida.3'ardi 10-wit - five towns Ita miss in the State. ,4Shouldrrx :'
1 1 e ; e dillttib tOil'! of lots in the St.X5loud Silk gloves should' be washed In .t point two hundred and, twenty I'I It baa aSiseonloa KnbrhU of Pythiaa and Horn. I IMT Ib Ifs

'" : Colony lands took place at the warm water and with pure white soep south of the RoutbttsiHt corner of Iho I II I| For Saleat a Bar&ln.One : Woodmen of the World onranication. "I Hotter tour. |xr Hi., .Ib. ads 11.'r. .j;*

r New Wlllard Hotel in Washington D. several nordtwutquarterofbe northwest quarter of' 7.rootn residence, Patrick's Addition. : It haa three lines of railway and la on the mom ,
and should then be rinsed In KKKK.. Per du.. 1&tolle: '
"rtlnn. two In t+,nnhlp twenty-nix.' south! I line of the Atlantic Coattt Line railway ., .
V' C. and 2nd clear waters of the same temperature. I I OlfTw.. Per 111 10 assYe.
Friday Saturday I
;, t ) d \ : on July rHiijr \V4tiit-Hi lie e"'I. thence south; one* I It in on the banks of Lake Tohopekaliira. one ..
f i y and 3rd, and Wednesday July 7th, and Then Instead of hanging them up to fourth milt to lake thence taut two hundred i One "-room, residence, Ban Add of the most'beautiful_ on thin continent.It I .. |M-r II.. 40 'ts0

.; was conducted by Jno. R. King, Past dry by the wrists; hang them up by find twenty yArd, thence north one-fourth of |tion. I-I Isthehealthieflt town in the United States I l.L'MHKK.

.\ 4jP| Com. G. A. Rt. I Chas. A. Partridge, the tips of the fingers. To do this pin amiletlrrnreurattaohludred and twenty One U-ruoiu reiidoiSct, M&(,AeWS' Adi] tha annual' death rate being. l I... than 3 to the ierlostfeet\ tit totM <
i each finger out on a cloth and hang yards to the place i of Img-lnning.! oontainlnft dilion. 1.000. -- ---
tAdjutant General G. A. R. and
I the cloth with the arms of. the twenty acre, more or loan. I Ita atreetn are ahaded with maaalve ....k. and
John Mc troy, Past Sen Com.-in- up One bearing orange grove about 2i51 j Its PILES I PILES I PILES I 2'
Vlce boulevards lawns
)jor gloves hanging down. This lets the All |persona) having objeotlous to the and are covered with Bermuda .' In.I"n l.tI. nlfnOl1t will cue-/, ;/''. -
ty f -..... 'Chi..f G. A. R. of said order .1111 file the same with the I trees. I ffraaa. 11111..1. heisting and ''l<'hlnK t41e. It absorbs '1
the of the
water into
u;- i>I ( The deeds are now being made out run parts Oruuty; Judge.. on or hefore fald dale These can be had cheap 'on reasonable It fa In the center of the orange .....]...trnir. U"qu"or.. alit)o Itch lust .1 noe, acts as a I'
,. that receive the least wear and lets HENRY: T HAK.H.AdiriniHtrator ! section of Florida shipping. hundreds, of ram of I i p"uitl". .1..0. instant! r.IIt'f "lIlIam.' Indlaa .,.
and will be forwarded; to the owners by the tips which receive the most wear I terms the fStrityearly.It i 1',11', 4 Jinlntenl' I. \\.r..1. tar Piles and Itchln, .
of the estate of : '
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: mail as fast as.they are completed. dry the quickest. Walter BH.M, ir.. 1..00. WATERS & CARSON CKO. Co. hoe the bent climate. bothln| winter and aurn- hy".la l'h"rnIRr rt

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lu =. the county seat of Osceola .county, is situated on the north bank of Lake the largest membership In the Slate when the population of the town 'y! 6 .

= IS Tohupekallga, Is on the main line of the Atlantic Coast Line Railway / Is-considered. These two orders jointly own magnificent three-story brick it; i

= and Is the terminus of the Florida Midland Railway; and the Sugar Belt building which they hold their meetings. The Woodmen of the World also i ... {f.1.

-' i 'Railway, Is 165 miles southward from Jacksonville and 76 miles northeast have an organization, a* hare the carpenters a Union. ftI

y'i O = from*Tampa. It Ispn what Is called the backbone of the State beloer 65 feet tt would be hard to' find a town.freer from vice or crime than Is Klsslm e t I

i, I" above sea level. It is connected by water with the Gulf of Mexico\ by a chain mee. There are fewer arrests made here than almost anywhere In the whole /

4'll' = 01 lakes and canals, and three Orel-class steamers make weekly trips between, country, not averaging one month, and the county court seldom holds session r ('f[,

t! this port and points as far down as Lake Okeechobee.! It hat a population longer than three days at any term. Both t.hetown and county is absolutely - .-_. . t !hl 1

F t of about 2,000) and Is growing at a very rapid rate. Ita streets and avenues free from the sale of Intoxicating liquor of any kind, and the cltlzeqs {; t.:,
"i,' = are lined with massive. live oaks and covered with Bermuda grass, and I generally do all la their power to uphold the law. .
.' I Broadway Its principal business thoroughfare has 100 beautiful palm trees It Is surpassed by any section on the globe for evenness of cli-tnte e X1:

i ? '7 S planted In I Its center twenty; feet apart, making a sight beautiful for the eye to the! thermometer seldom going above 92 In the summer lower than 45 In the ; f ;f t. i

1 = gage: upon. The private yardaaud lawns are opted for their beauty. winter, and the nights are always cool, to such an extent that one is not comfortable S .- .:

q .! The school advantages of Klsslmrnee are not surpassed bv anv town Its unless sleeping under cover. The humidity In the atmosphere prevents 'w i'

t },;, ; size. In. the United States. It has a High School building that cost S25,000, it being too oppressiveYor a person to work In the sun during the hottest ."" t

j: i which Is thoroughly; equipped with all modern appliances for ,the Instruction part of tne day: ;It {is the equal of the mountain or northern seaside! resorts 1i ;.;J

f f 1 I a e of pupils, and Its principal and teachers rank: with the belt. Pupllvgraduatlng -, as a summer residence, and mahv .who have spent sumrners In Klssim- :e ...

a l' f e from the' High School are admitted to acv college so thorough Is theirS mee declare it to be the! coolest and most delightful place they have ever vis ,t" ::}

training. Its curriculum consists of every studj: necessary to equip a student. Ited. It is almost totally free from mosquitoes and gnats. 'I"" }.r

s =...:' ---- -:,-,-- --- 1 for successfully engaging In any; walk: in life-exoept the arts and sciences and I Without doubt it is the healthiest town in the United States-its annual e I I.. '

the higher profession The bullttlng Is owned by thacounty and Is kr/owo .. death rate being less than three to 1,000inhabitants.. Fever are unknown s r '' 7

,;; '' ......_.. .. : the Osceola Ulih"School, although every neighborhood In the county'where and malaria 6f t any kind has;never been known to be contracted In Klislmimee ;' I ?9

'':P : there are t sufficient number of children has a public school with a full corps but many person come to the town to get the dread disease out\ of their \i ",:.

N x of competent, teachers. S system. The water supply i* furnished by a system of artesian wells, and fI. (

r Klsglmmee Is well supplied with churches there being a Methodist Baptist chemists who have examined it ,state that there i* none'purer to be found any; \ ,rJ.. .

I Presbyterian, Christian and Episcopal denomination. They; all have where. Hundreds of persona annually come to Kisstmmeelnsearch of health l l

.. r : floe buildings and are largely attended. and in every Instance have' been materially and lastingly benefltted, until It i. .
i j The Masons and Knights of Pythias are very flourishing orders and hays has gained the reputatian of curing almost any; disease man i* heir to. = tNMNaNN

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