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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 30, 1909
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00396
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
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-"4 concern wa *wamp.d., ''The machineryfrom I repaid by .
fOfT"ANKS" Excursion the-advertising tile machjn '
A VOTE the refinery was shipped on a to SouthportWill ,will reelve-.from the novel trip., M.K flVf'ACRfS. ENOUGH
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to Mexico and nothing has ever L'Engle stated that h* would start at the .
4 !' since been heard of ship,crew or cargo. Florida line in the vicinity of PensacolaIn
Was Given Dr. J Jnd.:E: Ennis '.by :This plantation embraces several thousand the auto on October and intend to '
Take Place on Tuesday, ,andAH ,Late' Residents *I For 'Any Man .to Cultivate{ in This
/ Board of Trade for His Work,in acres of land lying adjacent C to the .pend.alx months on the road, traveling
: .,hustling city'of Kissimmee and for and Vis tor are_ Invited., '' day and nlc-htas occasion demands. He Sedion,for Crops Are Harvested

. Behalf of Suffering'Man., :1 miles, can be seen splendid land thorough --.. :...... ....... '_.-'. --- ,wUI carry-.litgratur. in th-car-with him Every:Month 1 in the 'Year.;
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-- -w: --- I fy-dr.lned"t1': : :"canar: ."ancT .vfderTclpg ,. and will distribute the"ame wherever h* -

urgent can printed In last "' successful cultivation ''There are many The first, of a aeries of excursions on provider of food, when' Ihe'scene shifts finds a voter. He Intends to. dash Into a

$N f "Valley Gazette resulted: In',eve ") teat l other'large tracts of land in this State 'he Jake under the, auspice of the W'the'present?and on' every h.J1.\ towns"and run the machine to the,most Mr. :7:,C. Miles, of WI ivlle...South

. :i..rr.thrCouncll--chambet"1>etnr.ftn t I although) "unimproved, are Inviting Board of Trade will ,be given on Tuesday seen evidences of higher man}In beautiful t conspicuous spots, thereby having. big Dakota; arrived In the city vn the Ant

the meeting the Board of Trade on the would-be settler and they would be next,, August 3rd, complimentaryto groves, magnificent farms and gardens - advantage over the speaker who ,will day of May'and' has.;made a thorough

If' Monday night, and the member., were settled if a little endeavor wag made to those Who have come, to ,Kissimmee and comfortable home with" well 'anchored' to stationary;: platforms.' Investigation .the condition In and- '

fully repaid for their attendance In havrIttg : that end. '''The l land grabber 1s a serious. within the past! six,months and to temporary kept grounds, and while these' scenes: He contend that the machine will at*' around Kissimmee, and It, therefore,

i ., the privilege of hearing Dr. Jno. E. drawback to our State and hejshould be visitors in the.city, and especially are passing Ip quick succession' one cannot tracTjSrowa*'wherever. it *tops' and!-his fully; capable of intelUgentlyexpressing\:

ate .Ennis.of NarcQoasee.th man, who ,1 I. relegated. the rear, We predict that are the old soldier colonists who but stop and ponder over the question audience will assemble without expense an, opinion* to the advantages, opportunities

: .liltfcwjij known'to the remotest: corner of Amer- within three'years St__Cloud plantationwill are located at St Cloud invited to go. "Was it best that the .whiteman ; to' him. He"has figured that he will and possibilities thi. section offer -

>a*"a ka for.W 'labort In behalf of afflicted be'thickly populated with happy, The steamer. Lillle has been chartered captured this county and aided. nature in'' travel fifty mile a' day and will have those;hi the north and west who>>

'. man, make the statement that thS State I contented, and prospering people, 'whereas for the occasion, and it will 'leave the making the soil produce so abundantly, I ample time; for his treble toUr. of- the art:conte platlng moving to a country-

l Tuberculosis Sanitarium had been lo- I ,-It has never beforVbeen inhabited city about 7:30 a. arriving at Southport or should it have ,.been! .left to remajn!/ state where the winter'a ..cold nor I the sum', 1

n4'at { cated two miles from Narcoossee, the except by the employees a speculative at 9 o'clock, when the excursionists the home of the sons of the forest and He will at farm houses and make mer's be.t'prevents i neither' '.man or

: State having accepted Dr. Ennla' most I corporation. To our knowledge will make a 'landing and be shown the haunt of the buffalo" add deer? the stop of voter beast from working out of door every

ntag generous offer of the donation of his this land has- been Idle for several, years I over: the beautiful orange groves and' Those who go upon,.the excursion will acquaintance house every to house, praytlcallylmaking campaign day in the year.., .In speaking to a Valley '

, u buildings and grounds that he bad used when it ought to.have 'been cultivated. magnificent farm of the Lee-Parson I have a day of pleasure a.ldOIJeltper In the presumably 'kissIng Gazette 'representative about'our

for that 'pUrPoM.tor nearly fourteenth .-,Citrus County Chroaicle. v I Co., which :will consutpe about three I ienced, for aside frpm the'delightful the babies country'and winning, -patents town- and county' Mr.:.Mile aid;
during which fiend'ha 1 W1 inade -- hour. time,'and at 12 o'clock a barbe- fide'on the lake,'and the pleasing*view "When I arrived! in Kissimmee I-was
yens! ; to his political 'viewH*. 'intends ,to
blush of health return to the cheek A SPLENDID FLOW : cuedinner will be'served, after whicha that Will greet the eye on everyhandthey tack his campaign literature 'himself wonderfully,*surprised the;:,weather, ,

.of many,who had been stricken with the resVwfll betaken until about 3 p.m., will have, the double pleasure of up thus saving another big f item of for I was told that It w*.- too hot her a

7e a'b great white plague and. hope -had died Of Artesian Water s Obtaine rat; ; within their breast It was the greatX ,'reaching the city dock about tertainers, John. M. Lee, the owner andmanager Mr. L'Engle T I ia known from one end during the late spring and um-.

eat meeting the Board has held since High Land .aLfdgewater. Sp. m.The \ of the .groves and farm at of Florida to the other and h* ha mer season, but I find It i* much cooler

i Its organization, and will be productive Mr. J. F. O'Berry has dispelled the excursion! tivwill be given. an op- Southport, at a barbecue dinner, and admirer certain faction many, H* her than It i* where I lately lived the r
,' impression.. Uhat, 7the and there is one who has eaten at among day being'pleasant and the nights remarkably
[ .of a world of good to our community.The flowing water could portunlty.of visiting beautiful no ever I I. energetic and original and hi*' candidacy .
.. following business was transact- not be obtained save on land Immediately productive 1 islands in the'lake are well I his' hospitable board bu'trwhat laid the will i-rijact"Tome ginger'arid electricity so, even to the extent! of making , a

| eel : surrounding> one of the lakes in this as Steer Beach and the Poor' Farm' occasion deep. in their memory's store into the caD"Ip.St. Augustine cover necessary comfort;while

I The meeting was called to order by region,, which will be the meant of landing and groves, and.those who are house. Record. sleeping ,And again, I wa led> to believe ;

President Willson at 8o'clockand the I many wells being driven on the high not accustomed to seeing orange and The committee in charge of the excursion that thi* was the' natural abldlnc'place

tae$1ao f 'minutes of last meeting were read and lands throughout the county.Mr. grapefruit grown will be treated to alight Messrs. H, C. Stanford, A. E. of Insect:, especially mosquitoes,

|I approved without correction. I O'Berry had 'a four inch} well putdown the like of' which cannot be excel- Donegan and P. A. Vans Agnew, are WILL HAVE TWO LINES but I do not believe there are a* many,

a ,I Mr. H. C. Stanford, for the "special on the highest point in his grove led in Florida. The scenery along the exerting every effort to see that all mosquitoes" in. thla.ntlreeountyaa there

eft i committee appointed to give an excurI. at Edgewater, which is --several miles shores of Lake Tohopekaliga is as mag- late residents and visitors in the city Connecting This Gty With DeepWater are on one acre of ground In:some sections -
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I. slon to visitors, reported'that the, excursion from a lake; and obtained a splendid nificent as any to be seen in America, receive invitations, but It Ii possibe of this country where I have lived.,

fiatrso.> [, would be given on Tuesday, Aug. flow at a depth'of 176 feet in fact the and as the boat glides over the beauti- they will not be successful in seeing At Sanford.The In fact, there are not enough here to'

250- jbthe third; that the trip would be by the amount of water coming from the well ful and placid waters, the waters that them all, therefore they request 'each following is clipped from the Orlando even mention themV It* I.I necessary' .

steamer Lillie to Southport, where a was' so great that he was compelled to tradition says were' the scene of many and every one to call on any member of Reporter-Star of the 27th inst. to screen houses here, but If one want Athey'll
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naLa, barbecue will be given by Mr. Jno. M. cut ditches to get rid of it. It la his deadly combats between the now fast the committe and procure an Invitation "Orlando seems to be strictly in it. peace and comfort in the place' left J '

L' Lee, returning thatafternoon; by way of desire.to obtain as great a flow as is decaying Red men, the.waters on which which will pass them aboard the boat, few published the screen every window, door an' '
Only a days we
1.P10 |t Steer Beach, reaching Kissimmee in coming from his well at Shingle Creek, the chivalrous, gallant and noble chief I and they further request that they call as of the traction ago crack in the house' and cover their face
I plans company covering
/ and will deeper, although the wellis tain Osceola his when { and hand before going out.of..door.
' efl ; time for supper go paddled canoe a early possible, that 'committee a proposed line from Sanford. to
lie Mr. W.'J. Sears reported, for the I nQw' furnishing all the water necessary lad the waters on which that grandold ;' may know how many tomake provision Kissimmee to connect with the Clyde That feature alone i* worth:man'*

l {i special committee on automobile highway to irrigate a large farm. warrior Tallahassee in days now | for entertaining. and learn while to le.v.th.teountryaod..come. to
Line ofj steamers,, now we
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; would leave for The land on which this well i is driven chanted his love The thi. ,
: that committee I long long.past song to !: committee desires that all new that in connection with the proposed
oaos75"j sue-. a trip in autos over the proposed route Is high hammock, and l is perfectly the Indian maid and Ted his band in residents and visitors go upon this ex- Sanford and Everglades railroad, the "One of the mistake people make,, #

' some day early in August and upon i adapted to the growing of celery, to many victorious struggles, one is car cursion, and hopes that none will feel Sanford Traction Company composed who come here from the wet U, they, '

. their return a full and complete report I which use Mr. O'Berry will put it He ried back to the! days when the knife the least delicacy in applying *to any of S. O. Chase, president; A. T. ROB buy hundred_ acre of land and attempt

will be made to the Board. I has secured the services of an-experienced and the tomahawk were the weapons of member of the committee for an Invi- WMtner to cultivate it the same have
seter, F_ P. Foster,,jk.N._ ,'
9 ate i from Tampa and warfare andT he bow and the -
Dr. Jno: E. Ennis of Narcooasee was celery grower arrow tation.
5 and A. P. Connelly, propose to run a
a few and pointed j j.words will begin at once to have four ares( 4 Orlando. and '
traction line to
N, etateAthet after a half dozen >j tiled, using Chattanooga terra cotta tiling J their
"The Sanford and road is
""I1" years of strenuous effort the State had and will have ten acres tiled by Everglades any ,

orbs.. 'j" been prevailed upon to establish a sanitarium 'I' neTct season; ; .. The Old Soldiers' Colony laid out southward of timber and through a very lands rich properly ;yf

lIau'? I for the treatmentof those afflict. Mr. O'Berry is one of the largest asi country turpentine hire

ilnr, .i ed with tuberculosis and that it wouldbe ,i I,well as one of the best and most prosperous and will open up'a fine country! for far r
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located two miles from Narcooaseef ,' | truckers in, this region, and a farming and fruit growing. .
). Items of Interest Gathered by Our Representative "We understand the' line awing
I the State accepting his donation of the man who some time ago saw that this of.the
building and grounds that had been used I locality was the best for trucking of in the-New Town of St. Cloud. southward to about Longwood on the our :
to Orlando,, It .I. stated by MrJAP. ;
for that purpose, also five acres Of ground any in the state, and acquired a- considerable route worth
.I' each from.Mr. Lee and W. B. Makinson. amount of muck land at small ,. Connelly, tha presidentof:; the grown F

(,A history of this 'institutionwill' be cost, which he is now disposing of at :Work on the town site is progressing culture' and fruit growing will-takea, 'traction road, that orders for material I

-found in next week's issue.) 1 ". flgurei far: In advance of what he% paid nicely. Ditches are being dug to drain ,boom, and in a few years it will be. hard I for the completion the' traction line crop

.Dr.. Ennis was "'given s rising vote ; for It,, but still a great deal cheaper the surplus water into the, lake( Sanford'J "and
of thank for.his untiring efforts in behalf than what it can be purchased for in has been immense lately, but ,the .good Mr..Powell of, Minnesota' ;has settled. to the connectlon'/of- quite a* : '
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of bin fellow man and for the good other localities. ' : . .* feature, of this locality is that after the in our midst / Everglades road.have bee'nlplacecLand the w

t that will result to this county fron the rain stops you can go right along, as t Messrs: A. Nac'ker and S. Janowskl that work will be started within two spring, ,,

t.} establishment of the State Sanitariumat A SPLENDID JOB there is practically no mud. We have of Detroit Mich.:, took dinner-with'us weeks* When this link- is completedthe It-
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Narcoossee. been here nearly two months, and Sunday. One will locate and possibly purpose is'to start oper.t1on'vtth "
the five miles of track of the two road
Dr. J. M. Hicks and Pres. Willson Osceola haven't seen a day we could not have both, as they seemed pleased with the lent
Of Was Done
F Plumbing on and the Sanford and rail-
Everglades
both paid high tributes to Dr. Ennis worked out in the sun if .we had the country. that is

i for his work, for he worked without reward High School Building.The work to do. I do not Ullnk') the mercu- Mr R. Patterson of Boiden, Iowa, road will be extended two or three labor to

"J:, or hope of reward. contractor, Mr. D. L. Rathbone, ry has stood at 100 during that time, was here Monday. He has one share In miles further, making' eight miles* altogether It doe

A vote of thanks was extended Messrs. of Jacksonville, has finished the plumb- and,most of the time we have had a nice the colony. Also Mr. J. A. Nelson of the ,:

r Jno. M. Lee and W. B. Makinson ing work on the Oseeola High School. breeze. Lawrence, Kan., who has four shares.I "The Intention of the parties interested man '

for their liberality in giving ten acres building, and the same has been Mr B. F. Chase came in Monday toop them up to the top'of the old sugar is to push on Orlando and Rock stead of

} 'to get the State Sanitarium located in accepted !by the_committee. driving newhorse.. the! first one boughtby mill and let them view thfe Land of will offered for sale If citizens. along and

'"f 7 this county. .' Those qualified to judge state that it the colonists.- Mr. Chase Is about 8'0 Canaan (and we wont have to fight to the line desire to purchase. I In the .

'" : Upon motion made by Mr..1.. F. is one of the beAt pieces of work ever yearn old, but is active 'in mind and get possession as in the Canaan of bible "Thus with thecontemplatecttr ctloQ forced, .

,.}r Parker, Dr. Jno. E. Ennis was elected attempted in Florida and.Mr, Rathbonewas bcilly,and says he expect to. live several times), and we saw by the eye of faith company and the Sanford Traction Co., . "The \ '
;'iyii 'to honorary membership In the Board the recipient of much*praise from years yet. When I meet such a manI the beautiful homes with all of th.comfort. both in the field'for recognition;. there dating them'r
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y,.t :of Trade. our citizens for his painstaking efforts feel like patting-him on the back andsaying olife around them. where we should be- some sort of chance for a. make, w

ii 1'" ";The finance committee was inatruct- to give our school children this best of "Good for you,old boy.", I like were free from the blizzards and cyclones traction! read'$ thro tht. ,section unlessone to ;

1 (, ed to collect the sum of five hundred anitary/'conditions/ a* for as the plumbing to see a live'old man or woman Instead of the north, and the feat jf(want. company should eat up the other*> thus : :

/P J.$ : dollars for use by the advertising com -.f the building 1 Sa concerned of being like some-sitting around wear was in the dark'past' :, and die of, acute'indigestion,v"What ' the

i"4 ', mittee. The boiler, pump and pressure tank ing'the aeat'of their pant"out ,and YANKEY MED. thi* entire section wants i* a the :

) ._ 'During the evening there were ninny, were tried and thoroughly'In.pected, grumbling about the country and people.. . road operating! in, connection"with thej equal ojt '

{; good talk made on'how to advance; the and Were found to -work splendidly, Let.us be alive while we are here. L'ENGLE IN AN AUTCT< Clyde Line' competition;; with,the. I am c ;

< .\" {welfare of wars IOm.-diff.rence.of to fitted to exact'; dimensions in fact 78 years"-1; in active In mind and who have
opinion aa body, builds the road but It'' must and ar : ,,
Will Tour the State in
. the beat course to pursue, It could be the whole,jybrk being in keeping! with take his regular.walk over the colony the Interest of that essential prerequisite if it expect white ,

VI'J.' '-,'*, ,''readily seen that all were seeking 'the the magnificent building, than which land., and I believe"know* more-about His Candidacy for the Senate. to' receive substantial;' ncourageAenland vored, :,, ,

w same end-to get the most good from there is no.more up-to-date 'one in-the all the good land around here than any After a stay of two day here getting("* support.." meats! j ,
every dollar advertising ..tate.i' other man .and he isn't "
expended says waiting printed matter for his campaign I west to
"" ,,..{.. ';"purpo ... Time are too strenuous at Mr. Rathbone can always refer to for the undertaker, but expect to make ,]tr. Claude L'Engle l left Saturday evening Hopes He'll Make "$tri ie." ( ;. Y

j, present in, this community and thingsare the)\ citizens of this town for any recommendation some good money out of Florida. for Jacksonville.-.'L'EngI: will ot'H eom % I a
moving onward at too rapid, rate he may desire auto his ability There Is strong talk Among some of start immediately on a tour of the statein Through the courtesy D, Colvinwe most'. ,

for our people to devote any time to the to do honest and good work and we the colonists of a -co-ppefative 'Store: behalf of his candidacy for the United were permitted to FloridaGasettet: : best ;

disgruntled, and the policy of the member take pleasureJn\,recommending him to electric light and ice plant Why not? States Senate, He has decided to the Kissimmee Valley' ; t' ". J
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-,--;: af the Board to sink all?eronal' the good offices of any who1, may wish Co-operation has made our colony possi oppose Senator Taliaferro and will( Mr. Colvn( tells lisTie has! an interest' (jito ::1'

feeling when the welfare of Klssimnnee anything done In.his line. ble. It i la'practical If managed rightly.At spend the next several months stumping colony down there inthe*hap of.l5. many,

{ ,. or Oseeola county i I. at stake, and that present we hay one store at the the state. acres of land and 8 town lots-and'' ', according ty"of t"-
11 what i i. and Words That Cheer. colony, and need' hotel there-on the to the Gazette, on. 'man there bear,
,feeling! I la making our town we' a In...dis'eussing' his 'campaign'with a .
,I 'county the most and In renewing( his subscription to the ground. received over $1,600 from the vegetables are he.
prosperous pro- Record representative, he said he intendsto "
4 ffrewlve' in the State. Valley Gazette' oTtr good friend Dr. We have been strongly impressed,with' demonstrate to the satisfaction of the off from a five-acre tract. tt a. should l

6 The next meeting will be held on Mon Floumoy Middlebrooks, formerly of the beautiful lakes In .the Kissimmee people of Florida that a man can 10 say they are practically free. from seems r.
poor
1r 1 this city but now of Monroe, Ga, sends valley and old mosquitoes and that the thermometer her
9th, and it I Ie hoped every one veteran who has run in the primary. He will start tomorrow -
'member the following words of cheer and ; rarely goes higher than 92 in the summer that
see his. way clear to attend. encouragement traveled several hundred mile along the from Pensacola railroad
on a
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in the .
below in the Here's
J : Pacific or 45 winter. .
coast the beach of the lake
says tour of.the state and will spend two anda i
AN"A TTRAClIVf SPOT "Let a* add,. word of commendationin hear the colony town site far surpasses half months traveling'by' rail distributing hoping that Mr. Colvfn ha made a- their

I ," the enterprise you have manifested the. Pacific Ocean beach in beauty.. his literature and "strike" In his property down'there.;- know
Y meeting* maify
I. in.the installation of the expensive machinery Nearly every night we hear the littlegasolene Oberlin jKas). Eye. awaits,
i : voters*possible. He expect to follow
:-' St., Cloud Colony Will Have Immense in office. This 1*this'beer '
( your launches all
chug-chug
night and
the railroad trip with an automobile Mr: Mrs. G. W..Barrow arrived Griffin Orlaii&
evidence, I think, of Klsflimmee's.mov and when S.S. ,' of was in the +
Population In Three Years. .the fishermen draw in their week
tour, or rather with three automobile last from Canandalgua. N. Y.
: t city Sunday having driven down in his,. r
forwardand I sincerely trust that the nets ,
they often 'unload barrel the
tour of the state and for the present
covering 9,000 mile are located in' the
l 'i''i. The"old st. Cloud plantation founded old town I la entering an of > automobile. MrGriftn( report the real 1,>
upon era unprecedented finest fresh water fish that bring I :
am in the auto. H* visited several auto dwelling in tile,.arof th* bank; f\ey
J..J ,k; by Capt, Rose, State Chemist; tt.to be prosperity, and that it will told a* high'as one hundred dollar state maker brisk around Orlando;,, *
a manufacturer while north andarran&'lld location ''
recently are seeking- from the
-, : cut op into small ,tracts and colonized! grow on and on until the fondest hopesof night, which run up into the thousand away and states that he has just sold the old.
with one concern to supply rigorous winters. of the north and
are, r '
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mostly/ This is ardent citizen' Dann consisting .80 acres' of
the
, .byr.ederal.aoldien. most will have during the year.: The fish Industry has grove ,
him with' :
an and machinistfor far; wdtplasedywith
automobile so The
I' of the most attractive in : oarclty; fin* old bearing. trees at Gotha .,toMr.K
- one :; ? spots' realised. You have'piafrd" leading far urpassed ).11. farming interests : ., ;
this entertained :
free
trip absolutely of charge; hope 1* that they" will "de,:
'" Florida and, was one a profitable sugar role in the town'upbuilding and I hope here. and ha ; ; G..Rankin who will be remembered,
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undoubtedly been of his
1. : great only! being forth aide to lot with. .
y expense subsistence east thlr ,u* and b b-
plantation,'but largely on account of will of the to". by many of out citizens as..regular--;, '
you reap your-share golden., benefit .the county and- the people, mechanic,and fuel consumed bJ'theapt.Q. eome'permanent resident of this high- :' .
-. high' Waive paid the ; the winter visitor to thi*'city,
harvest. tor..ral
managers but the time to ,
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now at band when'agri ,
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J CONTRACTOR d_ BUILDER. .l- -' -.- 4 portent and ,Routine, ,Business. :i

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'Does'General Colitractifsg and Building--and. Furnishes Eats=-- --Kieainimeey-Floc/ b09. lar expense: for the sae'of- only, : I.Allour
mates on St ucturerl, of a.n size 'Or 'Dlmensions, whether The Beard of County Commi.eionesmet J partleB., .' 1.. .
< .It be a Two-Room Cottage'or a Tourist Hotel., In regular ..e..loJon the! above Therefore, we protest against: .'- tf
'- I date, there being present; E. L. I,.ee. tabllehmentpfsame; . '.
'k. .t. Makes a.. Specialty of 'borin&' ARTESIAN'.WELL.S'' fey; chalnnanl., 1.-'D. Overstreet J.. Thanking you' for your favorabl : f% white' Ll terse, fZ '
<(4 : in which be has met-with the greatest success S. Stratton, E R. Baee, J. H.. Walker,. tideration3I am, "
I o . Of f '4ny than. in Faorida Commiuibnere, and Arthur. E.. DoI\8" .Yours very truly ''I
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r" 1 I',!''t" ., gan, Clerk. W. ''f.; SEARs: and other, washable :
! ,g' Give him your worlt ands. it ,The minutes of thelut meeting were Atty for.L: E.' ; : ,
'. wUl and t .Kissimmee_ FIaM, reed and approved. .. .' _Denver June12;
s. ,: be well quickly -done: t ; S $2 and s l1-I ,
', ; .. The following billaL: wen examined, Mr. E.-I.. Leslie, Chairman of at over :
:.: approved and wai-ranta ordered drawn : Co. (Gom.: KI.lllmmee, Fla Y

}r,+" _!7 F P rltl':,._to tel......,..".. ...... ,.. 9 r"70 Dear Sir-Since' leaving half prtce. '.. C
j 'A C P Ynvatf eommlulona on 11_ I 111 1 recently noticed in the- Kli I' ,
C F l'MY.lt, feed prteon.n . ..... 40.0Jullua Gazettee that Mr A. E.
I ; : : SUNNY SOUTH STABLESL. en "J'd.. balllrr boArd State Y. Ro<<. '121 petitioned your Honorable On cheaper ones 'are- S t':' :

f : S H Bullock court eo.t,. . 1218 I have a road opened beginning at
C F i'1'e..tt' ,tour!COI . 81 t6,, mock Grove Station, arid running of one-third wilt be .: ,
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E L L..ley:commbaloner 4 00 I to. the east and,weat line ofmy f t' l
H. INGRAM. Proprietor. ELI> O.t.-t.eomjla.bnsr mileage I '
;: an11. .. .. 600 ty, then running'we8t parallel ;
.. J 8 Stratton comml..lolWr and mll_.: 600 :t line to the city limits. This I!,my ,

1 : Livery, Sate and Boarding I E H R Walker.comml..lonar Bw.eommi.atonerendmitniye and mileage.. ao l' 00 00 I,I your standing Honorable of the petition Board. as I ', 04 >,:\'

ti ,: p'A Vane Al'ne. les..h......... 10 114 der8tand Mr. Drought'. motive- ) these, Jhces: none :
1 Arthur E. Uoheg.n clerk and auditor 37 00 s il.
12 :50; titioning for another road
;' i Well equipped with New Stock aDO Vehicles and pre- C R 0 F Prevatt DriaIP'care JanlllOr Jail court houw ... IIZ 50KlaalmmseTelepbon.Ca fact that some time ago he. I be charged an () at-
pared to meet all demaD with perfect latldactlon. ...
1 ; not phon. :2 60Ev.rgladn to close a road which had already -s.
11', Cyp..... Lumber Co., cypr.e.eiumb.r on the Island for
years;
many
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-- ; 17 72Osceola
i ; HEAVY HAULING A SPECIALTY Pharmacy. clrulP foe mutes . 60 'which gives a free exit not only made. ';
; \ G W Oentre.t road p&7roll.- ...\\1120 71 city limits".but to the lake also. 1 :
I.. -,' ., BROADWAY---PHONE 102] J J Dane repair..... outfll .. .. ... .0 (1)IQulmm'Lwnber roadway mentioned has been Jj'
{. Co .Iumber 126- the public at the expense of land
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I t ed mostly by myself and Mr.
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'l. - .ron.on"pl poor farm,," pauper 60 00
I .$ .. ................. .. .................. J Z Robe.......medlclnl pauper 1 25 My particular object in '
: e ; R L flyer one mule ._ 175 00 agaibat the granting of Mr.
.t t WHAT IT MEANS ,= 11:1.: Electric plant llahte jail 756: petition it Its absolute Bottling .
B. C. M Iller. commbalonl" treuur 61 68
.it'',' e M.nr eoplo'''" nol know"I\&t. Bauk1, Capllall'i hu. "r the dltr.r.nal bee Tl 9. any other person than himself, ,
./0 /weeu a bank of Little "r IIOJ c&pltal end oo..tth a 'largo aapltal. KI..lmm'alleJ' G..tte prlnllnl'
Bond 62 86 proposed road would not ,
lruateel oommlulon. pass
tir,{ .A BASIC'K CAPITAL A.SD.BURPLUIJ .
A Ii: Done..n r.cuntt-g cattle reporla his property, but would terminate \\ror1ts .
; 011", j I.tiefuod that ;; rrorn . :
) I'.t. lb 11.,1' 'ior. I. ther"or oho larlf..r 1& I. thefl't .
: tr..C.r l..oLecLlol1 the 'h'po.itol'lll\av... rhl bank he.. a and portage Ir no only the general public thus
I M .I{ C Capital .. ..").()f',''H'' e eI R'L Starting. .repal. jaU __ 11 wo.ceole cluded from the ,
entering
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!> Norplua (fund of .. .. I IS,9Ir" p1e Co. Abstract Co. InformaUoD re
j' I-otockbold..II&bl'UT'' S11Iale'.' 'INy Oroullht-Baru road 2 00 reaching the lake You will t.1. H. .PFIATI-I F .PRO. rr.ltTOr'.' : .. '
L ""f.," i, : A total of SII9,1sN1-00 eS I B Williams,.h.- pauper 2 2-\ gee that the usefulness of such a .'
S; ""fi"-.4"- : Tbl ......n. 111.\.0 III..t...... III';."" .)tbeforeour lpI'.ult"ro ooi7d 10.. a L ingrem .ndlnl' man lo poor farm :a ou would exist only for, and be Cola Ginger Ale and All the Newest and Best ,
oeot Thre protection 1. (for YOt'. Waters 8. Canon Gr<>. Co feed mules (t9 roO
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; .. .. .. Mr. Drought's conv'mience. The d and Crowned by New and Up-to-Da.te Ma.chinery. \
md. crt house :a 90
t .. .STATE BANK OF KISSIMMEE 3 3r e r. l\andy.come,e.tae 001 74 9. tice of building a second road '
j : -'or--- : J. Ii Ingram lI"ery hire and(board mule 17 r", such a limhPd area entirely US A TRIAL ORDER ] :
".1\:' _- I4rMr.i' 11:11: :. F.. ....i o", : Paid warrants were caQcelled in the land, must he apparent to your ...".
r : c. A. CA R-IOS J .H" M LEE N- B. C\Rt-ON; able Board. :
dIfferent funds in the following amounts:
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t i \J'Y'I ;..........Preudeut.....................\'lc....'''r..I.llttlt.........................'I'ashler0i ........!- R.v..nue . 1.2583.7', 91Rud ; lrOvem..nts) While I am for always th'benE'fit in' favor of the ; MIN"X & 00. J.1
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Fine and Forfeiture 1'.9" 81 I ITutal lic. I strongly protest against

DANN'S WAGON WORKS The County Treasurer filed his f report taI :1 pears penditun-to me to public be for funlls the benefit for REAL ESTATE BROKERS ;! I

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: showing the balances on hand in the
t HIGH GRADE various funds as follows : For the reasons above set Timber Lands in Large Of- Small Tracts ;
#1 ., VEHICLES MADE TO ORDER trust your Board of .
,I R..v..nl.1e $116759< I
"w',, AT REASONABLE PRICES. \Fine and orff'iture.l 685 34 take the JleeeslsBryst..ps to set I

-.,,"F School Fund. . .. . . . 507 53 the. petition. in.question."Respectfully. HOUSES AND. BUILDING DOTS ; tt t-
Blacksmith Road :--:-,--:::-:::--:----: 3026 17 yours, 1

I ltg. Horseshoeiltg. Repair Work 'ofAUKiltds S. S. D. No. 2 . . . . . . 206os. !; LoUIs E. es and Truck Lands in Lots of 2 I I2 to 1.000 Acres. j.

: Do'tte by Ftrst-c1nss Workmen. : R. D. No.3: < . . . . 40 79S. Mr. Drought appeared before .
I S. D, No. 4 .20 0U Board in person and urged upon"II''i
t -- body toe necessity of this road; :. .GtOtOCY0t7lxotloc/0t10C1otY3ty0grtiOC:
$5f 54 32 Mr. W. J. Sears, representing J A..CItANFOIU. R 1. LJPFER( .
'" J. Je DANN" Proprietor. with which he also filed certificate of de- E. Barbeau, and protested Vlco-Pn'sldont. Hoc..tarJ' .
J pojit, from N. B. Carson, Cashier State establishment of the road.
', t Bank of Kissimmee. cus8ing the matter the Board H. $
Th following road pay roll was examined to take no action at pr..sent. and, :

THE GllJ1YsToJE GIIIIIIIE AKD nJ J JiIllllIE C SHOPS approved and warrants ordered motion duly seconded, the LUMBER .CO.. . L.t'
rawn ill favor of G. W. Overstreet: was'lnstructed to'appoint a ".: -
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t A.hton..28Ji! day.et uo' $3937 visit Grove with the ... "",
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: ,/ Bilious Clemmonl . 8Jy ." .t 1 So ",,12'7S which -" 111" '
A r ::; : NTHONY A.' LOLL Prop'.iietor.1 ? < of locating-a road would b '' .
l',,,' .. Muon..,. ,.. tc".I.: "a. 'at E2.5: '. ,1718F.ILSuI1lvaaJ. ,which '' : f M e:4 e.'...
h ceptablgto all .
v "y''' __ parties '
.. ., tJetl! s'"',!.. at.1. '20'81 ( ; and: Dressed '
ArdENT RORy Early Warren.:.::;' .:'..21!. : t'at 1.25"' '" 9687 tee shall report at next meeting. 7,
John rampbell 1714 .t 1.221 87 E. L. D. Over8treet was
y Fairbanks-Morse Gas 'Engines Marion Warren 2It4 at 1o IA 116 711 a committee to cohfer with Mr8
Arthur Warren 2. al 1.2" .1 1 2' .. Lumber:,
fee in regard to her claim for "t
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and Dell Woolen I. at 1.25 J 17 ;.0 ,
r Irrigating Outfits. the road And i
Dan Hlrtzel 1".. at 1.25 I 121 poles cut Ly gang
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Albert 'arn"bell 1ty at 1.00 2 511Orvrll / port back at the next meeting
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Allman 8'. ".. at 1 :21 IU 1,2Brantley ,: Board. \
AUTOMOBILES RENTED OR REPAIRED ; 104 at 1.211 IJ 12 Messr8, S. J. Triplett, G. F. BILLS A SPECIALTY ;
.l rI Clem Sullivan b" at J.2-'i 6 211 ..- k"k"loe3oeroeoeACyoela
jf ------- Jim Clemmon. 22!. at 1.26 212Clep W. S. Harwell and S. 11. Bullock ) t.
I: : W Ov..tnet p000 peared before( the Board and ICCJCCJCCJCC3OCJCCJCCCIOC/ ,i
ARTESIAN} LLS DRIVEN ANY UEPTJII Total -1401.-64 continuation of the .ubscriptiohs ' "

I Tax collector filed, his report of poll Valley Gazette, and asked that the N NN'4 1 N'ww1 K -+ IT
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taxes collected, amount 110.00Tax be increaaed. Upon motion, duly .. .:..
: N We. Solicit all Kinds Repair Work collector'. report IIhowed the fol- onded; the Board subscribed- for i $

lowing balances to be collected : copies for 6 months. I Supplies $
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i : General Revenue . . . . ., . .$ 81 12 Mr. E. J. Brown appeared ; t
County School. . . . . . . . . 198 13 Board in regard to the back i
__ asa>QaaHa.iflsiki6 caeru6ia9kafSt .County Road. . . . ... . .. 17860 his lands In Township 27, Range TABLETS .', '_
--------1 County Special . < . . . 64 90 and asked for BOme relief. The I t i f"t <
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Fine and Forfeiture. . 48 66 not being advised of the amount of '. .-- 'I
S. S.: D. No. 2. . . . . . . 2 81 taxes requested Mr. Brown to : t-
1 GROCERIESi[ S.s. D. No. 9. . . . . . . 1903 at next meeting with full data. EXAMINATION TABLETS '"" ;. ';
S. Sr D. No.4. . . . . . 5&t The following communication MADE ESPECIALLY FOR ,I ; "
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The,Clerk reported that he had noti- read : OSCEOLA HIGH SCHOOL. :, P
fied the land ownen affected by the To the Honorable Board of \,

proposed new road adjacent to Ma Commissioners of Qceola .: (" :. ,'-
j Drouglit'. and Mr. BII-I'beau' property, Florida. "
None but Best Sold.LR.Floyd f and that the came had been advertised Gentlernen-I am the owner of

j: 1 1 tbp' fowing the necessary conitnunications length 01 were time. read The:.fol- 19 lake of front township of the 25.south range half 31,of'. F Drug Co. .JI h:':

II. Kissimmee, Fla, July 5, '09. 8ee. t KNNtvg7. ". -
Board of County Commissioners in and tin the plat of NarcooBsee filed -. '.',
for Ollceola County FIL. Klsimmee, clerk' office there III a margin .
Co.l Faa.. tween the\ lots and the lake,
L Sc Ge tlemen-I am instructed and di- ably dedicated to the public U8e. Wagon Works ::
rected by Mr. L. E. Barbeau to enter ODe time, a road was ordered to be .
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A his protest against the etabliBhment out from St. Cloud around the OPPOSITE CHRISTIAN CHURCH. ,'
n .J of the road beiinni>g at the point of of the lake to Narcoos86e, but as trn
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intersection between the south line of aa I can learn was never opened Up-to-Dat "
Wheelwright and Horseshoer
\ section 23 In township 25, south of courses and distances, or worked
++#++#+w+++++++t F+M+++++t++++. +.+++++ range 29 east, and the right of way of public road. Afterward a public .
Wheelwright.Work and
the St. C,1oud; Sugar Belt R. R, on tile wu ordered from St. Cloud Horseshoeina-
I ; Kelly Suspenders 15 50t aouth aide ofaaid right of way and run- margin of the lake to Runnymede a Specialty
to ning west on said section line to the thence Inland Narcoonee. This GUARANTEED.
}limits of the City of Kiuimmee, being I have been informed, was TOSATISFY.: _
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the southwest comer of said section, and worked. In 1903, a new road # .
Viking Hosiery for Men, Women and aa per the'minute. of your lad meet-. opened from SL Cloud Ja to sad a"

,, Children, 6 pair $100. ine. see, running parallel with the ; .. 0 R e JOHN TON.. 'J fist:
tit The Board will find after looking into nd the old road along the beach ,/

the matter that this proposed.road will St. Cloud to Narcooeeee, on AGNEW, J.M.. W JLLSON t JR., AAS
,No Better. Goods on the Market at These Price greatly decrease the value of the landa of citizens, was rescinded, aa -
y of Mr. Barbeau, and will In fact ;.al- the minutes of Aug, 3, 1903, page
moat destroy same aa it will, besides I am improving my property LAW........ \S NOTARY PUBLic.., I.
THE CASH STORE cutting it Up. Into small pieces; alao buildings and fence., and bridges I PUBLIC', :" 1- ) STATE AT LARO.:(( vt

4.. take the beat part of H.D,1e. the dit h.es tp allow travel in the Real Estate Agent. . .
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I road willl virtually be of DO benefit -
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OAINBSYILLE'PLORIDA L WOMEN
ry Ready For. FOR
GATHERED An InMJtvtloa of tWFROMT supported
ITEMS' RANK. i
OP INTEREST FROM THE
t Tallahassee ,Florida ,
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>7Btat aq:DKaA[, FCNDsSor Flor. A.
;, '....._.....\.............._..\ ......;.......'... .. ......_. NEWSPAPERS. PUBLISHED. In THE. STATE. Ida Young Men A Oollor without a parallel la tl>..."tfoth. offeriair % I'
: '< Thorough' Conn** Leading to D.gr. **of B.J.., "."re.. and diploma in Jh* following -r
I 1I B. 80. :N ,Mt8o, sod 1.L..8. _: department*:. -- .
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v.1 ? LA Col let lLlber.JArIe
: ,A Baptist: church hM been organized A slick negro worked the old confidence { Art*and 8elnoM| AcrlonltnrU; chemical, Jr. A fchool" of Indu.lrlal ArtsJlj.
Tl w' Whit St. Lucie l -with Civil Eleotrloal and *I..enaneal| En H erlnat p A wchool'of Fln: Arti' .
I v 'ri at.. *. City, county,: game,of "buried .tJt:ensure:!.on Law Normal t IV. A School of fczpnuloo:
i I sixteen members. the citizens of Marianna to the extent ) Soiywl)Gradual' School. V. A Ohereeipe.ra.r;
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Expenses seeedinglrw, Per oat Vogue( No tuition. very,low. Tog
n."-- -.. ;t..,,---. S I,, .... --7 :--'. ,. i,()9100, and will serve eight ,months on" wrt.t.Q.. r farther Information address !
"' i According' tothe News, here are the chain' n'ln co equence. ,
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I ..\ over six: thousand dollars in the school, A, *Murphrcc, A. M.. 'L L. to.., Edward Conradl.' M. 'A. Ph.' D,

.PR tSIDENT .' PRESIDENT.:: .L
: 600Acres oKJWuck Land Same "Mr.' Wat- '
: f l'' --0--' ,1 the packing house of Henry itl
% The annual eonvenUon.of, Florida .ton.the loss being-dtImawtat $1,000. .
_ . as Sf. Cloud + Into postmasters will' be held' 'in 'Qcala'on :The fire,originated by .the-wind blowing -........ ......... .;......

I Jj f u. Up Wednesday, August 20th. | sparks from a mosquito imudga.T'W. I

= _' .. ,_ '. 'ROL.L.IN"S. COLLEGEZ
:-1 r t Five Acre'-Tractlr.> : A hark nine feet t long was,caught'et''' ..Thomas, a guest of, the Viola : FLORIDV! OLDEST COLLEGE .',
Fort Pierce which had been hotel in Live Oak, while In bed dreamedthe
feeding
I ,', '. ,j, around the docks for'some time. I !house was on fire, and jumped out College Academy, and Schools ,of Music Expression, Fine -.' 4
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t ( of a second-story window. He ,sustain Arts, Domestic and Industrial Arts,'and,Business. '

",, I'' .. Col. W. 'D. Collier of Marco has ed, painful though not serious injuries. Carnegie/ Hull aull .hlrcl nieo' dormitory now. completed: elra' Z'

.: a clam digger that is designed invented -- ir.c! llnl s, steam and furnace heat; l large faculty. ; perfect'nenltiiconditions ,
f 'I. Attorney General Trammel and Comp- ; fine gymnasium. nlhVtlo fields, boating, tennis courts,, ;
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,;. I.I. Just cast of kissimincc city limits on 4ng (the clams up from deep water. I troller Croom'have made an inspectionof pal link; baseball! 'nottu.II'aDdfalllcf't.hftll Miami* champions of : y.
I 1'unlds4u! 190U! Nearly quarter ot a mlliluo dollar eudowuient; .
the and
Everglades drainage, ex- ..
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The CiWpepper revival meetings are I xpo.t-. uiu.lei-awi!; chOlarshtps avaihtbla.! <.:Cfcrlstlanjbut undo- .
,3. clay road. Tills land was selected. still'In.progress at "Starke, and many';pressed themselves as: highly pleased i ,(inifiarlunal; .lands for .. / *....* F
j with the work. so far done by the
71 c'' by Capt. Rose,. now State Chemist, converts have befeqmade to the church.. I I dredges. CHARACTER CULTURE CONDUCT .'
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, I I For Address, tie President .
? Catalogue; :
r }when ho was in charge of the Diss- The citizens of Bradto county have i November 9.12 are the dates decided .

.1-- organized for the.prohibltiorV-fight, and 1 I I I upon for the holding of the big Tri- Wm. Blackman, Ph. P., Winter Park Fla. t a
-1 : toss drainage operations. It.lies at have elected a central committee t<>conduct at Pensacola Es- v
Fair
I .-- the campaign. ,. i I'cambia County and Santa Rosa counties which; Floriand .........................
and '
the north
::4 end of drains Into
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Baldwin county, Alabama, will
.' J. C. Padgett,:young boy of St. Augustine , participate., /

. .__ Lake-Tohopekaliga. This line body ,.has, a w"IVdev lop d ,caneoflockjaw .::( -- ....-.:...... John B. Stetson UniversityLINCOLN -.

,- trucking land 'will be the as the result of a pistol wound Rev. Edward Stanley, the Palatka
on market / .
whoNwas; HULLEY Ph. D:, lift. D.. LL. D. President ,
", V received on the 4th. | minister deposed month 'ago

Just as soon as the surveyors for buying "booze.: is in North Caroli- THE BEST SCHOOL iooNOCO"otD FOR YOUR CHILDREN

A negro was killed at Philips Siding; 1 na preying upon 'th4 brethren of his SEND THEY TO STBTSOZf : '

: can complete the platting.J.M.WILLSON.JR.] . Ala'chua cdunty, last week while at- | faith, saying the reason h* left Florida 49 Professors and Instructors College of Liberal Art

.. tempting to board an A C. Li train was that the church burned(,which he 17 University BulMlngs Collet Law
28 Acre Campus College of Technology:
f ', \\N\\N\\\\\\e\; while it was in motion. i was pastor. -" Ml Student Last Year Colleg of DuslnoasPreparatory
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$25SH.0Eadowment AcademyNormal
.. On account of failure to get paper the I j I Will Mickles, a Spring Hill negrb,', 15,.11 Volume la Library and Model Schools '

regular size, the St. Augustine Recordis created a disturbance on an excursion $1*L.rp..M.M Pip Organ School of Mechanic Arts
School of Music
!' LabontorieafOl'Scleoce
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train between Gainesville and Ocala last
now a 4-page 7-column instead of an _Unsurpassed General Equipment School of Pine Arts '
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8-page 6-columr. paper. week, and got his head split open with ttftttX*iiac MHtu'lea for ymrac mem .... yoraff_ rful .dndalatr.e. ... Iller- eq..t.L
1! a railroad lantern by an official as a result Sri ias...___t..ching. For-ilot.er -.. I*I............,or for raoei .-.iri.iB sddngl
1 REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE "***" 9 besides having to a fine for JOHN .STETSON UNIVERSITY. D.LAND. FLORIDA.E'.AGILBERT'. I
-, A big land deal was, closed in Brad- pay . -- -. .,......
ford county last week when Griffin Bros ; disturbing the peace : -=-= '

J i; of Starke sold 10,000 acres to the Saxe I 1- .

-- -"-.- Lumber Co. of New York.A Hon. T. B. King of Arcadia had the

'j .. .. 1I I misfortune to meet with painful acci {
-'r7'1F'Prg-'Srrii'4r'V'91"' . "' "Yr. 'V'""I I"'V'"' ... Ak .. a
." splendid flow has been obtained dent near that town last week. He was .y

: B. from an artesian well at McCall, DeSoto:! cranking his touring car when the handle CONTRACTOR BUILDER .
r county. The water runs over a pipe fif- slipped out of his hand and flew and 1 1Plans

; NORcSSlw: Griffioo.: j teen feet above the ground 1 around with much force, striking hi. ''''-..

t The Commissioners of Volusia countyare | right arm and breaking one of the bones. ,, and Estimates FurnishedAGENT

t, c having the county roads widened to I Henry Whidden, a married man of ."
thirty feet, and i will make them all 1 Fort Pierce, by threats and intimlda- i
1 i Fancy Family Groceries : hard-eurfaee as soon as possible. 1 tion, forced Lola Prince of that town FOR-, _

.i. I to elope with him, but the pair were

I: f Fresh Meats. t Forty thousand pounds of wool were caught at Viking. Whidden and his sis The Famous Menge Pumps for Irrigation and Drainagb 60,000. ,to- r
I ter-in-law, Mrs. Ruby Whidden, who is '
J. t shipped from Marianna last week to a 1.6OO.OOO gallons per hour. N.
'. Delluery Every Day st any Hour Patronage Solicited ill Savannah firm, the wool being sheared :, accused of complicity in the affair, are Oasoline Engine, 2 to 50 H P. Steam Engines, 5 to 20DvH. P. tie

6ct6c_ m.- 6 ..tkalL- LiAL *t-/ uncrar -*--*-aiAt caBtl from sheep in Santa Rosa county. in jail in Fort Pierce awaiting the action Boilers Any Size.5
. of the grand jury. Stamped Metal Shingles Ceiling\ and Outside Walls-Any Deal

Powell, the hustler, bustler and all- Gilchrist

round newspaper man, has been addedto I Governor has appointed the IRON FENCES AND MONUMENTS

$ the Tampa Times force, and will following gentlemen to serve as officersof ,;
have charge of its weekly edition. the newly organized municipality of

Hastings until a duly authorized election

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Col. A.'D. Gwynne, who lately movedto can beheld: B. L. Padgett; mayor; C. "" ""'" "'"" ""'"' """'

; Fort Myers, died in that city last A., Lattin, treasurer; EX: J. Seymour, EMI':' "ACH. ,
t Depe"d'On'Us : week. His remains will be buried in clerk\!:; Arthur' Pellicer,' R. F, Keyser,

: Memphis, Tenn., his former home. E. D. Hinsen, R. R. Pyles, H., F. Pelli- BROS. '
MACH
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; ,(W.; Philip KakowVky and C.{A, Middles) .,
PA ;years councilmen. j
little boy of.age died at ton,
Orange City on t he 15th inst. from lockjaw -- .
I Livery Feed and Sale .Static.. I
the result of an accident with a HIS FIRST RECOGNITION.The .

r toy pistol whie celebrating the 4th.
( Turning Point In the Cara.r .* WOOD-:-DRAYINQ
: t Nathanlal' Hawthorn.. j
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Blind jnosquitoee are so numerous at. The first reading of 'The Scarlet Everything i is Sew and Flrst-CIasn. We will
Raiford, Bradford county, that a church
Letter" has been told la T. W. Hlggln- Render Prompt and Satisfactory Service \\l
revival going on there was forced to
l. Ii you depend on us, we are Nitre that suspend services one night last week. son's" book of essays, "Contempora DaY or-NIsht.:; All Kinds
ries. The reading was given to the '
.;, "1' you will be entirely satisfied with the. way author's dearest critic, his wife. During .' )heavy Hauling. ,t

Rev. W. _C. Foster .of ,Alachua has the entire winter when be was at .
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fr'- in wlich wants will be taken cOrc of. SEAMAN'S OLD--STAND PHONE 113.. ,
) your been called to the pastorate of the Bap- work upon the book he seemed oppressed - f
-' tist church in Palatka, made vacant by by some secret anxiety. .
If It it Is doctor's ""
k Pz' your prescription the forced resignation of Rev. Edward 'Tbere was a knot In his forehead '- .
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'f't! -' Stanley. all the time" said Mrs. Hawthorne. "
" ; which you want filled we win attend to Finally one evening he went to her kt/iradto/st.8ttklk Ekflr ir u Arh.Ac uAnAto6t '

I There are said to be'34,000 membersof and said that tie had written something TTo
:; it In a which will him and '
> way please give the'Farmers' Union in this state),and which he would like .to read IDEAL FERTILIZERS

tt:; the officers of that aloud. The work amounted to very
't i : you the utmost satisfaction.. organization say little but still be would like to read It. = 1.
there will be over 60,000 by the first of .
All that evening ha read, 'but as the BEST
J It It Is drug November. r "
: nn: ordinary store article romance was unfinished at bedtime hla = tl

: wife made no comments, knowing that I ::1, ci t that is demanded, you will get whas you Four prisoners escaped from the jail be disliked criticism until' one bad t results but results with a PROFIT. The user of fertilizer considersthe ;-
U''rj} at Arcadia last week, prying the bars heard the whole. effect on hi. pocketbook-the: REAL result. '+'
"f i 1"' want, for our stock IM most carefully selected out with a piece of lead pipe, but were The next night be read again, and :: IDEAL FERTILIZER produces the rl rht efleet for.It works w11bINatore. 1
her unendurable ,. The preference of each class.of vegetation for Its. source of
after freedom of now suspense grew BO -
1 and in it is to be found practically eight recaptured hours. a twenty- that In ,the midst of a moving plant food is carefully studied. as well as the proper oroportloos to ,
'give perfect balance-no. lack, DO waste.
,'; article that is found In scene she sank from her low stool to i With proper application of oroper food, vegetation outgrows diseases So' r.. '
any ever a drug '
iii., the floor, pressed her hands to ber and insects extent., and being and vigorous '
Major Heal y, possibly the mostfa- to a great strong : produces jA
.., " I' ears and declared that she could not fruit that Is pleasing to the eye and palate and brings financial
i:- 'store. mous lobbyist ever known in Florida Jar
"' \ " : bear to hear It. I,. returns pleasing to the. grower )
died at Jacksonville last week from a Hawthorne put down the cianuscrlpt Do not lose the profit due you by using poorly balanced "'
i i; :,. ,Yes, you can depend on us for all your leaking heart. He was a native of and looked at her In amazement plant food maximum sources. I DEAL stands. for PROFIT. '

Pennsylvania. "Do really feel It so much?" be i
:.. -I, wants which yon .expect. to satisfy in a ----- asked.you"Then there must be something Call on our local agentWATERS ,

. >> I and Tampa-is to have a large mahoganymill In 11." & GAllSQN J GROCERY CO., '
> drug Htore. Our stock Is modern our
The :next day the manuscript was : :
'r a company with a capital of ..250.000 ,-
t" ', .delivered to the publisher, and on the or address j
.r' having been formed for that
service to customers is careful pur
as good an following morning James T. Fields,
', A line to Honduras is =
f: ." pose.of the steamship the publisher, appeared at the author's) Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Co. '.
I ", attention ran make it. part plan. door. When be was admitted, be 'acksonaa 1"

caught the little boy of the family In ;
; Depend on us' and your drug-store The City Council of Bradentown has his arms and,asked. "You splendid little 'gw'9r'RFSIF'4. v'{T-O.SF'Yr" 'Vr'Vr'V'SF'V'"
ordered the inspection of all 'milk sold fellow do you know what a father t

buying :fill prove pleasant and satisfac in future, the purpose being to preventthe i you have?" I :t

sale of milk containing disease- lie bad sat up all night to read the

tory. breeding germs. manuscript' and had posted out to Snileta Malsby Machinerv Co.
1 In the early morning. Alter his <
::; I Interview with the publisher !;law.I ?
At a meeting the State Board of thorn came downstairs with a firm 22 OCEAN ST. . . . . JACKSJHmLLE, FLA.
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i' ,. Health in Jacksonville last week lIon. step mid walked about Ws face Illd- ",
; ,f\ E. M. Hendry of Tamps was re-elected !I i mined by new hope and vigor. The Saw PortabUr and Stationary ]Kngines i

,.IA'. If. chairman and Dr. J. Y. Porter again I world had found him out. Recognition 1 AL Shingle Wood-working' Mills, Lath Mills. Macbtne sod- t*

," chosen State HealthOfficer.. was at the door. eneral line ot supoltes. Complete
line carried In stock for immediate ,
t
r Work has begun'on the survey of the shipment Sold on easy term
OSCrOlAfHARMACY HEALTH AND VITALITYMOTTS ---- ,,
inland water route from Ferriandma to t afe,
L NBMVBRINB "'LLaTh Ytiy 4 j U will pay you'to consult us before '.
. Key West, the job being in charge of rreat Iron and tonic retoruri\f. for men >!* .. ; burin. Postal will bring our.aler >"
I .... Mr- B. G. Waters, one of the government .nd woaita.* wp tlinsg.Win produce and:MlrenKth. tonenr.the. n \ engineers stationed at ,Jackson For.ale I I>T itrnifulut or by mull I I'' 00 pir.box. and prices. -
.i . 1 boxen for li UO cold only br DHOColai
ville. I'harmaeY. W: .are Ornml SootlMni AcmU for C.Ubr.ud Fuquhar", E igin.r, Bolten and Saw;Mia... r 'ft

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.11ie Kissimmee Valley Gazette., Dr. Jno.: L, Eitnis.: WHAT AM I i.?' I ?t

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'. In this day1' of greed -and selfishness, BY : Prosper Colony Company
-<< FREDERICK ';:,MACKlN"TOSII.ScottIsh ,
D- PtlBUSHBJD OVERT:. : riUDAT.; (> when to :accumulate more dollars seemsto Immigrant .

Office [h\ Valley, Gazette Building. be' man' highest ambition, it in good ''f' o\.j\ .
to meet and know a man who. i I. carrying I' ; Ii.
FLA.
km"a7w from
I : KISSIMMEE. OSCEOLA COUNTY. : ary pilgrim and far my j I
out the divine edict of "thou art thy .home ... 1,
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VV/B. ; HARRIS, EtHtor"an. Prop'r. Brother'what: keeper* :;" .careless. did wander_v _. and.careless did. .dI the in-w'' :"
1 < c To more.nobleminion could a roain.7': n -'-- '"-''- -f Qffers' "tttore' to ; .,

mrco life be dedicated than that of ,relieving .
In this"world's pleasures' 1 took
RATES great
SUBSCRIPTION : . vestor' and. homeseekerfor
k .. ,.. . ... 00 suffering in one's'fellow man-to make .
,O..' ono ye r,. .H ;: ....* ,1\ delight *-<::" 1P) OSPER t
eopy.
.. ..'., ,.... lie the hand otafflictloJie. /lighter and the '
I On.copy" six month Until the Lord pleased to give me a new COLONYT.C- hundred.....dollars :'f
passing into the,mysterious one .
t beyond
''All oommunlcaSMnw.aptftqn'onf .uthOt'- more : light:. : .
thud a..wreapudenm." mu.t h.. .\jrned b.the writs peaceful and contented There are fewin titan' land "l.I: '
company .
'' '. '...1eJeted,... 1M. matter will-non.>. be -ret\inwd' unleM this day of commercialism who[thinkit The Lord called tome and ttys Hedid's y, t any '

",. .-.--,",- - -EJaalmmae. FU., M i 1,8, their duty thei.r:Christian: : ,duty, 4to "0 turn, you poOr s'inner>-from your evil D Jn Atiterict*. : .
Entered it the PMlofllc and *
A lend'. helping hand give a cheering way <: .
L cond-cluu null nutteri '
., --word-to-th-brothers_ bowed O PROSPER -
-- are 0turn-andbelieveinnd pardon I give, '. .
. low with care and t affliction but there And 1 COLONY For particulars and Illustrated Bo<5k' Write, i ,
FrldaV. July 30, IJaii. :. my arms 5l throw around' 'you' as I!} _......
". will come a time When they will be called .arms of love . l / 4 .. 1t ,
i "to-give-en-.R-aecount'of-their..ct -- --

A Kl immee, the. City of Gardens. upon and then-top late, the door that leads "A fountain of water On you I'll bea.U,- lr r : : :Prosper Colony ompany i

Kis- tit eternal peace and happiness is closed.Dr. To wash you from sin- make you whiterthan ,
following
And Orlando is again ,
'Jno. E. Ennis is a man who doesgood snow- !. "
simmee's lead. She is using the local KISSIMM.EE. FLORJDA
l because!. .he loves. his fellow man, Your sins I will pardon if you will believe E ,' y '.
her
advantages.
advertise
.,, press' to. he does good because' God implanted l a And. come" and live with me in heaven AGENTS WANTED. rn

addeQ excellent Christian soul so firmly in .his mortal l abov ."
The Times an '
Tampa
SSI that i writing please) mention\ this .""r.
birth has
'at his .
body jt throughout
Hustler Powell .
feature when it placed ..
fl J iif hit act he does ,How can I, poor sinner, so wretched and I'
governed good
every .
roll. He'll earn his-- $ on .ts pay blind ,
>> because it is right, because he loves to T

., over.=. =. -;':= ___-== do it, because he is a true Christian, be- Deny.mankind.the great love that You show to I :............ .............: :f '

I n ;' Our visitors and new residents must cause it gives hii.i peace and happiness! ,}.
I and I and have little
am am needy

'l! -/ not Invited forget to that'go they upon are the most excursion cordially to and Dr..contentment.Ennis has! for given his best. . poor grace-


.- Southport- next Tuesday. of efforts those-who-were-BO towards relieving years unfortunateastobe the sufferings- Lord" ,. lead lace.. me_the_' way, .that_ *__,.leads._.. ? to. Thy_ __ I We Have" in Stock atl i F


tr9i o i the Now English that channel an airship there has! sailed is no longer across fourteen a prey years to the ago great opened white-plague a sanitarium and A fountain. bestowTo of water You say You will ; .


4 arty doubt but what- that will be 'the at Nareoossee, the doors of which were wash me from sin-make. me whiter, .. . "
,
w mode I of_travel_.__within_... _a few- years.- thrown'wide' to all who sought relief,regardless - -' than snow=-- :-- \ + '

''The for;; the ot of'whether their pockets contained You say that Thy grace is sufficient to
best solution problem
i' .. unconstitutional is to pennies'or dollars and during save,
courts ruling laws
those fourteen years many a man has To from in the bottomless
keep me sinking -
submit all proposed legislation to the supreme -
gone forth from the sanitarium restoredto Low Prices
; +;, court before it is enacted into cave. I
health without the cost to them of a

t { law. __ dollar, but who through all their days I come tthe) fountain-Lord lead me

j : Even: Titusville has grown tired stock will never cease to pray that Dr. Ennisbe the way

: 'lag used for a cattle range, and left upon earth for many years that My sins to get pardoned white it is called

ewners will have to seek some other he may do good for his fellow man. day, : :

J pasture for their stock. Gainesville Dr. Ennis makes no distinction between That I may dwell with Thee and sing of I
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,f L Sun. the rich and the poor-to him Thy love, nI

there is a soul within every body, and And have a right to Thy blessings in I t
S There\ is no paper in this country that he considers it his duty to "hie God to heaven above.KISSIMMEE .

L '1 -. !has made greater strides than the Tampa treat every man as hjs brother. But .... / ) u . /0. _
,7 Tribune and it should'receive the
:
,
r the crowning act of all the good deeds
; fullest support from the people of Florida 23 YEARS AGO d,
I 1'" Dr. Ennis has done was the giving of

__ his sanitarium and grounds to the state
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1 I, i;- The only way New York will ever get to be used as a home fortho suffering Items Clipped From the Kissimmee I .
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: rid ot Improper shows is to first get rid from tuberculosis, that they may receive
of the police grafters who permit the the treatment they could not otherwise Leader of May 21, 1886 Carload] of Nails '\

open violation of all moral law for a afford.! Dill H. James, formerly foreman of

;' ,'j' consideration. Dr. Ennis has labored for'years to induce the defunct Bitter Sweet, accompanied .

the state authorities to establish by'his wife, is in.town this week visitIng i'Fellcillg'
; n The in which the muck land Carload
t manner this sanitarium and now that it has,be- relatives and friends. I of tittsbur Perfect

.1 '' around Kissimmee is being put in condition come' fact it will-stand as a monu- __ I
for trucking is evidence that this
meht through all time to his manhood,
is the most favored section in Florida Mayor Roae-. 'ba made the proud father -
f ; ,
-to his Christianity, to his unselfishness, -
: for that industry. of'an 8J pound girl last! Tuesday. WireCarload '
" to his love for mankind to his big- .
Congratulations extended in behalf of

7 -k I -r' In the name of a suffering public We heartedness.God our entire list of readers. r, '

?, plead with the Associated Press to cease makes few men the counterpartof r
out '' about Harry Thaw Jno. E. Ennis-when he goes to his I
: sending anything avoid '
Roofing
non'e' Most of our readers will rememberthe
and his wife. The reading world has just reward there will be take
'
big steamer, the, Bertha Lee, which
.y' , had enough that nauseating scandal. his plaoe. .
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w came up the river a couple of years ago. .- .
We learn from the Floridian that she
I. The Tampa Tribune is one of the state Just why a few men cannot make a Carload Barbed Wire ;
was sunk on one of the rivers of west t
\ j l' '. R s papers that made a plea for silence on ,good and comfortable living in Florida Florida last week. : > :

,'.". the state-wide prohibition fight until and pull \up ana go elsewhere is a mys- -

f next year but .it never fails to print tery. Some few have gone to other .. : ,., . ,
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Tbe Narcooesee, was sold at ,, ::" l' .
+: that its against could steamer ,{' ," ,<' I, ,, :-,,, ' :'; ; ''' _" '' .. '" I, "', {, : ,
everything comes way States and stated that they not .. ," ; '' ''' ' : ' :' "l"j" ." -.!\ ," t' I ., ,
Jacksonville May 12th to Mr. S. M.Robinson ' ''I'. j 'l.r' ,', , CJ: ', '
.. on 'if" ..
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the amendment. in this ,J "'r :; P 'I', { i. J' ". ,: I
... do w profitable business,, State, \\1(,, ,:J ; I, I 1i ; ,
of the Industrial Machine I, ' '4 ,
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L ":4. :' r.u': ,;,; ';.-ilt,; hoped that those )low tariff! adyo1 ; Florida I.tinder.one :of the"the-"8un.best" '' 'Thouaa poor man'sotmtroies Works of that city,, for$250.. 'The'boatIs :;_:"Ni:: ., ; ",<,: ::: '; : ..

I;, o 1 cater who voted ''for Taft thinkinghe: hav "come here since the Civil war at Kissimmee, sunk in the shallow T : ,, . "BEFORE BUYING CA'DITON' .. 'T'. -
force and it is said will about
water
f t would a reduction of the.d tyon require .
;: without capital and made money. Men :21. '
f; articles of necessity have found out that $200 to raise and repair her. One of the : . '
with the right kind of grit and perse- :
c 'i the President has nothing do with the former owpers stated that the Nareoos
verence do well here and we are persuaded .
see cost when built two years ago i
fi of lawi.
making
that jt is the man and not the 5200. .

State thai is at fault/and no doubt .. .
Here is the scripture on automobiles, ,,,'" -' .1
r ;(, they will soon create Ufe same Impres- +
from Nahum 2:4 "The chariots shall
4 race in The'streets: ; they shall jostle one sion at thefr pew homes. Lazy and Steffee..MW.rT.In a letter to his. Shepard old friend, of Georgetown J. H.--

against another in the broadways; they naturally shiftless men would not :prosper ,1

I r' P"' shall seem like torches; they shall run at any business at any place, and Ky., incloses the original poetry and W B. MAKINSON .CO.l
r published) elsewhere this jssue
_ _ -t ..:--- -likeligbtning'South Florida*Sentt- it i is probably this kind who go away :
of Kissimmee
.- bet and slander the State.-Jacksonville says: "I have heard so much -

.".'..".;." i i Metropolis.The that I am disposed to regard it,

> '. There are worse men in the United with its lake frontage, as the paradiseof .11

States Senate than Claude L'Engle and County Commissioners of Osceo- Florida.": He wishes the and song dedicated :............ ............ .. ; .1

"" It; might be possible the other candi- la county find that no better medium to the most charming lovely ;-

q;' atei for Taliaferro's seat in that body lady in town and will expect as a recognition -
than the borne newspaper can be found WN r Mr 1 :9ir J1 v
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vake up to the fa&.when the primary for one of our largest and moat.. delicious py, : ..
advertising the resources of the I < "
polls close that Claude and hi. hence for ] hundl'td oranges t II : ,(\, 'I' 1
county, they pay several I II
t, ante under the wire ; '
earn first. i YourMoney Back
! copies of the Kissimmee Gazetteto
R. Burr is I
Hudson
....... charged with responsibility :
furnish to those people making enquiries /
'
K It was 'generally believed that Spain for the passage of the law ). H. REDUITT
ry of that section and of that county If you dont say this is the best offer 'made )1
ever )
f had learned her lesson when Dewey and which prohibits the railroads from exchanging by the "Best 4$ ,
JEWELERAND -i
in particular. It is a well known Paper in. Dixie."
to editors for
'her transportation ?
Schley sunk ships at Manila and
;
f'1 ' Santiago but she hasXagain shied her fact that much money is wasted in advertising advertising space. We are not preparedto Tile Serai- Weekly Jeered six montha, ;(f1 <,

on account of poor selection that the charge Is but it The Carrier and Patro, six
true months '
castor into the ring thisNtime with the aay WATCH l ':
' Moors, and if she isn't careful of the medium, but the plan adopted by was reported in Tallahassee that-Burr The Woman'World Magsrlne, six months r ; \
vejry ; f'J[
Osceola county appeals to us for REPAIRERB.C. : '
very before the committee and i
went argued
St she'll)) lose another .
slice of te .
"i I ry... cibly from the standpoint of wise selection against a provision in the bill permitting J ; All Three Sx| Months NET 1i'' ..,
3
: 5
and we are of the opinion that if I
c.
Our Ambassador to England baa- ad such exchange. W. are informed that ,
a I King Ed. as his guest all of this wee__ the County Commissioners of the several Mr. Burr Was at one time a farmer, and I for ,. . .-. .. .. ... ..' ". ., 10' ....IM.. NlNwealSend' , ,
1 counties of the State opted a similar i i. "'. "
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We hope the occasion was the means of we wonder how he would have liked a '
I method, the good effects would be .. ---' today, as this offer won't last long.
- -- .t
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him from !
law which :
d so strongly welding "the ties that bind"th.t prevented excnang-: i ::
x there Is felr ery largely by the counties mak- Ing the products of his farm with the DEPT. "
no possibility of any min i l- 91 ,*=
MILLER ti
i .. .understanding ever taking place between ing tlje investment.-Apalachicola. merchant. for-his wareaT Doubtless- he : :

tie.two greatest'nations of,'the' Times; would. have considered such a'Jaw'damnable a .. The SemiWeeklyJonrnal Atlanta Ga; -- r

;: werld. ____i_ _____ Orlando -outrage.-Gainesville Sun. .
:: raised SHOP
hasXhready over$,4000 BARBER ,",
? With three new colonies located with- for the fall campaign of advertising.This Plenty of water in the Kissimmee. !*' :;>>:;>>:;>>";>> '>>i'I' rYr >>...:;>>i>> :;>>:;*:;>>.;!Ij W;>> ; Y".t'\

_ _ i N in a few miles of the city limits a traction is showing th Orlando' spirit and Reassuring and welcome news indeed. UP-TO-DATE SERVICE BY ,

jG'r, ',, line connecting us with deep water, every cent expended on advertising Still waters run'deep L..i that doesn't ++4'F+. -M'M'M I r+.l .I ++I4++++I +++44'1s,++: t I I '.'
I I .
., and our water route to the will EXPERIENCED WORKMEN I -
l Gulf being city return to them ftsdouble value. mean the kind of "still you refer to, t"j

.made permanent, what Is to prevent They also intend to use the ewapapera yet the. Kissimmee keeps a-moving.- BODSE PAINTING and PAPER BANGINGALSO

Kissimmee being the largest inland city this season which shows gtiod judgment St. Augustine Record. There is nothing | :. .

.. and Osceola the most populous county in How much has DeLanckraSsed still about Kissimmee these days '" .. .
p ... Florida,)/in three years'.time .for the season? It is high time*ei brother. Everything keeps a-moving.: Soda FountCold -/-

ted our advertising for the : : Graining Stipling
winter aeaon. and Kalsotnining. 'i{, :" _
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o' ,i Editor W. B. Harris is making the .-DeLand Supplement. Notice.To Drinks' and Fine ,4 r


1 t'rt3,., s and Kisslnvmee he .is doing Valley;,things.Gazette The a fine Board paper of A young thug in New York f has been j the Public: l Box? Candies ; : si
Trade, J.backed. by this paper,has gotten paroled in the custody of a hypnotist My wife, Arnie Tinda.U.haviDC left i
Uncle Sam's ear to the tunelof gettingdeep will my bed and board, I hereby give notice ..
who endeavor
to effect his
water from' Lake Okeechobee, hypnotic suggestion. If the experiment cure by that I will not be "responsible for any j ; See, Me ..4 list Prloe. JACK BASS' \i\: ;:

debts she contract from and after .. .
''!-opening a large territory to com proves a success, it would be a wiaemo..e may Cigars Clg rettes. Tobaccos H t"I +> .'M ''H- I !
> *.J. J. 'H I J. J. I . I . .
t ' merce. Mr. Harris .is also proving to on the part of the people of this this date July 80, 1909. I . I I I I . I It. ;{ .

:- 'S _'''-. our northern brethren...that Florida is as '.state to have the members of the next It. J.- 8 TlNPALfc. ,- x, .s"': -- ...

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pass. Old 'P. ere isle at Valley nothing' fine ;

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Tlie K Kssimmee Va lieu Gazette i ,Dress ginghams, tile 12Jc kind,, 10 cts. Remember the Electric 'Theatre ,to- THE' '
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1 at Dann's. merrow (Saturday) night- The Valley Gazette has been SH.BULLOCK:
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y / RPUONIr NO, ,11,,, ''Doors ahd'window screen made to Agency' of the White Star Laundry fortunate in securing a live-, energetic ;

"-' order at :Barns's shop.. at the Home. S r*,.Pbon"1M.. / correspondent' at J5C Cloud Woman's I federation .May'ect
' "> PUBLISHED EVERY'FRIDAYBTr who will keep its reader*] Inform., REAL.ESTATE

\ I fNo Buy your dress ginghams at' A?S. Miss Eunice MaywaTl of Fort .Myers ed from week, to week on. the Suitable Building. .\\N.N.\\NNNNN\.

t Gilbert's.,. All lOc a yard. is the truest.of Miss. Maude Gilbert.,,' 'growth and progress of the
\ B. MAiJtFeI new The W. C. T. \Jt held avery inter- INSURANCEExamination

A new line of belt pins. at 25e, 50c, :'MTt-E.'Lr Lesleyhas, just returned Colony., ,We have large number eating..meeting taVednesday Afternoon 1)0),

rr\riwir.aw.s.q.w "' 75c, $1.00 and $1.25 at; Kali's. : From a business trip to Marlon'' county. of out subscriber the United scattered'Statewho'through in the parlors of the Morrison. :One of ( of "'Titles a ;.
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For all kinds ofjlne repair work 'on Home Store carries the McKinley interested the most interesting features of the I '
Weather 1 j : The now deeply in the success of session
was the reading t .letter
a Specialty.
t;, ,furniture. etc, -go' .,to Barns'-- 'job, shop... edition' -of--- sheet-- -music- ,*, ,lOcts.- this Colony and for their benefit,: fram Mlu Emma Campbell-of b.f Morris- 4
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, ,: Following are the daily tem -'1. U.e' Pla k'* Chill f Tonic.. Guaranteed .per. ropy we'propose later to establish; a' little ,town, N. J. Miss Campbell .and her C Correspondence Solicited
Price all Mr. Tom Gilbert mlnentOtur. a rei'Ular"Valley. Gazette 'sister are the ladies who .
r,+ peratures and precipitation as 25 .cents.: 'Sold by ., a r bureau at'St. Cloud and so. generously- .
1 c reported by the Government :,-, drup: stB'r . u111-8 pentine:'operator of ''Marion county, entire devote an offered to give the .,eit'th& lot on COrner < ,
.. spent a few days here with his brother page or more exclusively on Stewart ,Avenue and Mal>be"t
.station at'Kissimmee far theWeek' I We have just 'rec lved l large consignments _. iO'& ___ __ , ;
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Street If '
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; J eriding'July-22, 109. 6f gla s and (erock: ;iy;.ware '
: and have the righV rices. 'The Home Shoe Work-Good oak sole -leather, btiilding suitable for a library, reading I '
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:. i' MAX. MM.- BAlM' Store.. t prices ria-h",.prompt attention and de- room, ett.;, which should, be named: :

-Friday-TTT; Vr -&-68- --rlO-; ; -'----.p 1nJ'1' very Leave your slices Mrs. Tress' :-Mr,, L. H..' Ingram went up'to Sanford -"T .rHdemoriaJ-Hall,"In memory

. 't.', Saturday. , 90 71 .27 'Just received direct irorri factory I in! store. ' THEO BANDY: this morning.. : of a sister ofe( Missea*.Campbell-. / "

;., ) r Sunday 89 71 .. Philadelphia an unusually attractive Mra.''Hart"w will 'be rememberedby
t' : MondAy." , 91 71 . line of mid-summer Stetson fats for 'A manufacturer's, sample line ofladies' W. M, Mosely. is spending today looking many of our\\ citizens-, a* at one time I CONTRACTOR and
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hdkfs. in hemstitched and scat- after business at points the
on
Tuesday. . .. 90 71 . men at Kail's. \ '- postmistress in Klssimmee and Very '
. loped edges all 25c., None worth ]less Midland. I' ",
.. 'Wednesday. . 90 73 10 Master Harry woodali waa the bo ton zealous worker for' the cause'of temperance. )RufLDHR. -

'Thursday .. ,92 71 ..98wv Wednesday afternoon at/a pleasant and many more,than-price. Katz.' A great many of our truckers are be' The letter read at our meeting ,$ ,

party tendered his little friends in honor .- For the convenience of workmen at ginning to prepare tbelr.landi for the Wednesday was in an.wer.to one written $ /' "

of his ninth birthday. St., Cloud and others, trains are run fall planting.. by the corresponding secretary ask-

over the Sugar Belt to Narcoosuee and Misses Lizzie' and Annie Carson left C ing t.ie Misses Campbell if they,would i./ Plans and Estimates Furnished -. ,
LOST-Between church
ww %< w%%% v'WV the Baptist
make this offer the' AmericanWomat&'s
same to
and the depot last Saturday a silver returning every Monday morning, l leaving this morning for an outing of several on application.

' 1 belt pin. Finder will please return Kissimmee at 6.15. This train car- days at Wekiva Springs. Federation, provIding/they ,
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: THE LOCAL HELD.v ries passengers,only.- successfully organize a league here. ,
same to the Pastorium. _ Mrs.. F. W. Hill and her brother, She wrote that she previously L'

Mr. and Mrs. Julian Monsdoca and The Rev. G. W. R, Cadman,' B. D., Mr. Williams, of Narqoosaee, were In written Mr! J. M.'Wlllsoii., Jr.. that she .. Only> Union", Carpenters< ,

__ .,' /v%+ .1A'V1MI.LKKN'rNNKWade sister of Turkey Hammock spent several Rector of St. Mary's;,Houston, Texas; the city.shopping yesterday. was perfectly willing to-db'8O'lf'the' W.. Employed.

the tuner, Orlando. days in the city returning home arrived here Vn Thursday and,.wen tout Mrs. Katz has returned from an outingat C. T. U. felt they could not erect the 6Correspondence "
-Narcoossee the evening tram -
Tuesday on the steamer L'illie. to on to Coronado Beach, where quite a little building, and Mr. Willson said the Una *'
Shirting 6 cents at Dann's. f spend a few weeks with his parents, colony of Kissimme ion thought they could not. She had '
There were more people in' attendance Lieut. Co), and Mrs. Cadman at The people are summering expected this Federation to 'this Soli ted. ,
Have read Stetson Law Bulletin T this season. put up
you the show last :
. on picture Saturday Bungalow.Mr building at once, and she had been disappointed PHONE T8

Dwellings, for rent, apply to M. Til night than at any performance given : Leon Despland, Daytona, was the Misses Carson very pleasantly as she had weekly read ou.City f
ler. since the house-was opened.Supt entertained a few of their friends last
opera .
In the city on business yesterday and paper, not to see mention of meetings -

Jim Pherigo returned to Miami last W. J. Sears requests us to an- made-thie office a pleasant call. Mr. : night at the residence of their parents, and activity of this organizationof "'-

; week. nounce that the Whittier, Clark, Bars-' Despland lived in Kissimmee about I Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Carson. American Woman's Federation.As w. c. BASS ;,

Extra attractions at the Electric ville and Hilliard's Island schools- will eighteen years ago, and will be remem- I 1000 acres of the best truck land in I a resident. 6.f. Kissimmee and. a

; open the second! Monday in August, / bered by our older residents as proprietor the county. Well'drained. Will grow member of the W. C. T. U. we 'would
Saturday. 'Wholesale
of the Lake House. anything you mayplant on it. A bar1gain. I'be very glad to see built on this beautiful and Retail

,t For shoes call on H. C. Stanford & Mr. C. A. Carson and daugher Miss L. A. Marl & Co. I I lot (which was cleared Up 'and Dealer'in
Mr. W. Lane Paulk former resi-
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Company. Inez, are spending a few weeks with fenced two by the KissimmeeI
dent of this but assistant A of the I j years ago
city, now meeting orange growers of I
all colors 7 cents Mrs. Carson at Hot Springs, Ark., she I Union) a building that would'do honor
rf Best checks, ,
apron postmaster at Cairo, Ga., arrived Sunday the county has been called for tomor-
at Dann's. having gone there early in the season. to both the Misses Campbell and our Fresh Beef Pork and '
afternoon to spend a tew days seeing row, Saturday, at the court house at 10 .
city, and be a suitable memorial to Mrs. :
Send for bulletin Stetson College of Picnic' parties can be supplied with his old friends, artfl! to carry back a. m. for the purpose of organization. '

- - Law, DeLand, Fla. sll requisites at the Home Store. Cakes, with him Mrs. Paulk and the-baby who Orange grove with 215 large bearing Hart. PRESS. REPORTER Motion w

made to confections, lunch -goods, napkins, have been spending several weeks with |'
Y Doors and window screens- trees; present crop not less than 1000 I

prder at Barns's shop. icecream dishes in paper, 'dishes or relatives here. boxes, with 2 story house, 8\\; rooms; | PHONE 44. '
/ crockery"Mr. :
Born, on Thursday, July 29th)o 'Irfr. .Mr. S. ..B. Aultman returned from within 3 miles of Kissimmee and on Methodist t Church 'i'
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and Mrs. H. J. Barn., aeon. R. Pattison, accompanied by his Chicago half Saturday where he has railroad.. At. a bargain. [

fs wife, sen and daughter, arrived this week been spending, several weeks attendingto L, A. MINX. i Bargains ;

Buy your shoes at Dy+r The only from Boyden Idaho, to take up his business matters. After spending a Rev. P. Fox of Orlando will come to! .NOTICES AND INFORMATION ,

. exclusive shoe store/ .n town. residence with the old veteran colonyat short time here he expects to leave for Kissimmee Sunday, August 1st, at 4 "

"., e Pictures rameli at the Home Store. St. Cloud. an extensive western trip on which he p. m., and will have devotion at 7.30 ID Don't forget that next: SundayJM" mission in all kinds of Real Estate, ) '

f 'Call and eel ct mouldings. will visit Denver, Col., Yellowstone Sunday in the Sunday School.
your Dr. J. C. Davis, optician, is still at : the evening, and Mass Monday morn- j Fire and Life In.urance.nd
and i Park' and Seattle, Wash. ing at 6 o'clock in the chapel at the Armour's Fertilizers. Renting -
Forperfect fitting eyeglasses the Park Hotel testing eyes and fitting | Mr. A. Rose, the teacher of the bible

, 0 spectacles, see Dr. P.: G. White. glasses. Headache cured with glasses. Supt. W. J. Sears has been fortunatein home of Mrs. A. Tress. j j class, is strong in the scriptures. The and Collecting Rents a

/For all kinds of repair work on furniture Don't neglect your children's eyes. securing Prof. DeWilton Aldermanof Nine acre orange grove of 555 trees, class is growing, still there is room for Specialty. Taxes paid ford ,

etc., go to Barns's job shop. Eyes trvat.e lree. Basinger, one of Osceola county's 450 bearing, 106 just beginning to bear,'! others. Come and join I Non-residents.' --J;.

r most talented young men, as principalof .4 miles of Kissimmee, 1-4 mile of rail- --- .
Nice line of dress ginghams at lOc a For Sale-Two fresh, Jerseycows; R. O.'MEEK'1Kissimmee
t the Whittier school to 'succeed Dr. road station Not lens.than 700 boxes I The Gazette was a little confused
yard. A. S. Gilbert. four and two years old; both by Sultanof
St. Cloud; guaranteed absolutely G. M..Hubbard, who was formerly appointed this year. Cheap at $2750. last week with regard to our Sunday Fla. '

Lee Jarrell came down from Baldwin sound; now at Fell's Point. Address P. to this position, but could not L. A. MINX & Co. I school officers. The following is ''the ,
Wednesday for a brief visit to hi. par serve on account of a broken arm. list: Supt. J, M. Lee-; Asst. Supt. R.
A. Vans AgnewrAgent. We understand the numbers of. the-
O. Meek; Secy. and Treat. J. R. Gilbert
ents.Mr. Lost-A bronze medial given by the Mr. W. F. Hamilton, an artesian lot ,drawn in the St. Cloud Colony lands ; Organist, Miss Alma Griffin; Librarian -
S. F. Gill of Loughman'shustling W L G
one in'the State of New Jersey to T. Malcolm well contractor-of Tampa was in the by. those who have already arrived Miss Alice Overstreet. jfj' DIJZOB,

citizens, was city' yes Murphy. Finder will be suitably rewarded city on Tuesday looking over this, section were received this week, and that.sev .. -

terday.. /' if returned to owner. T. M. with a view to locating and expressed eral of them are making preparationsto Our- pastor has been 'assisting Rev.G .

:. :' To have your feet fit go'to the old reliable Murphy July 23 tf. himself as highly pleased with build and improve their, property. S. Henderson 'in revival services at

i'.J.. ., shoe, dealer, H..-!'C. ? Stanford & v the conditions, prevailing In our town, As'required'by lawwe, are publishing Webster this -week. He expect to return REAL ESTATE
,," y Mrs. M. J. Hicks,' Mrs. pierce, and and it is possible that be will be .num services her '
'y/ SundaytrwCwu't ,-
i"" : Company, v [ this week all the acts of a 'general nature Jor, !
; L Grace Jolly and Lucy "Pierce 'returned bered as one of our :citizens ,in the ., ,. ..,
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,.. *' ,.There-wiirfce shovvn1--three'lthouaand{ passed at the-recent sea ion of >ivr'tw .i=rti.jjtt MJMvtl>gjfatf -'- r '
from'Atlanta yesterday where they have near future.- the vote' In"the Remember: that we wilt have the Sac-
& legislature. Every
show'tomor. :
feet of film atthe picture
been spending several weeks;the guestsof .. Vamentof the Lord's Supper'next Sun. KISSIMMEE FLORIDA ,
A. this. county is entitled to a containingthese ...
row night.*. Col and Mrs. J. M..Wood.. Mr. A. Loll returned home copy atthe
day morning service.
-----" week from a business trip to Pittsburg, lawe,-and if any have been over-
,, H. C. Stanford & Co. has the largest Mr, A. J. Booth has been in the citya New York and other eastern points. looked they can get one by notifying .yi. ,aafk.Ik.a. fk
and best selected stock of shoes in Os The talent tea will meet at Mrs. W.
few this week from Gotha where r- I
days this office. :
While in Washington city he visited the
S. Oversreet's after
ceola county.Shoes < next Friday M. TILLER
-he is at growing a
present peach or- '
famous Fort Myers barracks and.,saw J. W. Miller has sold to T. E. Spee'r, noon. .
for men, women and children chard. Mr. Booth states that his trees the brothers In of their '
Wright one record E. Speer, who recently moved here = Real Estate Agency..
at the old reliable shoe dealers, H. .C. are doing fine and next yearhe expectsa breaking aeroplane flights, which is from Sanferd, six acres of fine truck- I ISLAND FOR SA'LEr

I' Stanford & Co. good crop. now attracting the attention of the en- ing land on his Donegan place north of tII ........NNNNNNNNNM

: Buy a Gem Safety Razor. Handle I Rev. A. M. Chisolm, pastor of the tire world. town. Mr. Speer has haS large experience An and investment.Cypress combining pleasure tII Realty bought and sold. : '

1 I + -- __ and 7 blades for $1,00 Guaranteed by I Christian cbyrch, will -fill his regular C.: W. Bairandl., CI: Pratt, of tos in growing' lettuce, celery' and well known profit Island istoo Houses rented.- "

"bsceola Pharmacy, appointments here next Sunday, and Angeles Cal., arrived in town on''Monday other truck and consider this land ex- to requirexomplete descrip- Taxes paid and Titles verIfied -'
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tion. However
there are,181 acres of :"
I will discuss the following themes : ; fine for that He ) for non-residents.,
to look the St. Cloud ceptionally purpose.
'the over Colony!
For comfort and wear get Queen fertile hammock .oil
rl.ch. wil I > 290
morning, "Men of like passions; has Fire Life and Accident Insurance. .
begun to his
Quality Shoe from the old reliable shoe 'r lands. The gentlemen are investigating already prepare place bearing orange trees, beiides.grapefruit ;
r evening, "In His steps. for fal]1 -
for several for planting a
friends as well as crop. "
dealers. H. Stanford & Co, ? bananas :
4i peaches, guavas, etc., .
Indemnity
Agency for the Singer and Wheelerand themselves' and when they have thoroughly Bond*.
Judge Parker entertained the Christian Senator H. W. Lynn of'New York is I leaving about 12 acres, lot growing _

7', Endeavor Society most pleasantly Wilson sewing machines at the looked into the location and the spending a- few days in the city looking celery, lettuce and other high priced W'. _. _'__.._"" .... .
Home Store. Machines for rent conditions surrounding the colony, will -
by after his colony proposition at St. vegetable, all of which are practically "" ,
at his residencey>n Wednesday.
rp f; the week. Purchase on easy installments make their report.. Cloud. Superintendent Higgins, of the immune from frost and mature earlieron
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t t orders for bread and of $3 per month. Next door to A. C. L. him here in his or'the
41j Phone -your1 Master Arthur Jarrell returned home met pnvate account warmth of soil] which For Bcreens ,;Bor and ''"
t+' cakes to the Home Store, and have them the new postoffice, phone 154. last week from Micanopy, where he car Wednesday and together with adds materially. to Its value. Again ,. :

t delivered regularly. Phone 164. The steamer Lillie, ,apt.Clay John- had been spending some time.with rel Mayor' Murphy, Agent G. F. Parker, there are about 25 acre same rich soil Fralnes .
}last atives. While with other P. A. Vans Agnew and W. B. Maimson outside there fence that loused for Wlpdow
r" A For Sale & Rent-Dwellings-Central son, brought up from Baasinger playing some : {
location. See me before buying. weeJc 10,000 pounds of wool and from boys at that place he had the misfortune they went out and inspected the pasture. Fine boating. fishing and ; '

I \la .o eo. F. Parker. Ft. Gardner 70 barrels of naval stores. to stick a rusty bicycle spoke new town site, dining at Runnymede hunting good six-soom house with two Furniture Repairing 'and ;:''Ahy-' '." .

,\ The captain reports a good stage of through the calf of his leg, which has Hotel. porches, closets good bam with large in the Carpenter, orc..blnet- :
s f "',", Mrs. G. T. Jarrell, and, .on. Master II water now and navigation easy. been causing him much pain and his Stockholders' Meeting. mow, 4 flowing wells, etc. A wagon Lane .
"' Grady Clyatt, of Micanopy, are visiting -
outlet to'maln land and into Kissim -00 Tug-- '
parent some uneasiness tat fear the r;
1'1i""'' the family of Mr. A. B. JarrelL. .j l I j I Mr. N. U. Bratton,'first mate on the The annual meeting of the stockholders mee. Fifteen minutes distance
by ,
} wound will result in blood poisoning.
6' Kr.%.. 'J'j Stove wood delivered town at $1.00 'u. S. dredge Kissimmee came up on of the Kissimmee, Lumber Co.rill launch. Title perfect Price at present BARNS'' CARPENTER SHOP
1|! the steamer Lillie Saturday and be held at Kissimme, Fla., Thursday '
,. \v strand. re ORANGE GROVE FOR SALE.-Situat $10,000.Prefer to sell only half interest.
per 16-tf KISSIMMEE LUMBER Co. i! mained with his family till the return ed about three miles from Kissimmee, August 12th, at 10 o'clock'. m. Favorable terms o( payment If desired. Opposite FrelghtDept.R.LStarI1llg.
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rl' ti !. trip of the Lillie Tuesday. The dredge on railroad, less than one-quarter mile S. L. LUPPER, C. A. CARBON DR. J. (X DAVIS, ,

If you-want, to spend pleasant even-!1|i Is now working; just-above Basinger. from station and within 100 .yards of I*!' Sec'y. .Pres. I Kisslmmee, Fla! .
.. ing attend the moving picture howl I I I :
church school
-: ,!, Six pain of Viking hosiery guaran- and house; thickly settled .
Y ;: at the opera house tomorrow evening. | of
Florida.
!i community. Grove contains 12 Maps
' teed to wear for six months without Tampa is to have a large mahoganymill

.,a Mrs. G. A. Gilbert and children have :i!i hole in heel or toe, for $1.00. Written;I acres, about 50 large, bearing orange To any subscriber the valley, Gazette a company with a capital of t260-' .
rtJ t returned borne from a month's visit:;! trees and over 400 grapefruit trees
4j : guarantee:with each 1-2 dozen pain. we will send, postpaid, upon receiptos 000 having been formed for that, pur<
to relatives at Jacksonville and Dade All sizes for men, women and children just coming into_bearing;also nearly 400 25 pose. A steamship line-to Honduras 1 la
cents, pocket of the Stateof
T I I at the Cash Store. May28tf I-peach trees. Will sell- at a bargian.For Florida. map I part of the plan. 'TINKER
City.Mr. particulars address box 283, Kis- I
$ P. H. Cromartie left last Tuesday I:
i For Rent-I am offering my house simmee. Fla..
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.- night for his old home Bladen COunty for rent, furnished, from Oct. 1st to All Kinds of Sheet Metal "*sBJvl\

Y: North Carolina, to look after property May 1st, and in the meantime have We pave just received the first annual The8STORANO(80Xf '

j--- interests.Mr. : two or three furnished rooms which I l announcement of the Law Department and-Repair-Work

( _. and Mrs. S. L. Royall) left Mon- will rent to responsible parties. For of the University: Florida which Are made with, the Billingsley j

day for Jacksonvillle after spending a i j! particulars call on or write Mrs. Helen Ie I to be opened iff Gainesville September t -. ..,r h
"" : 29. The course of study cOven a period of l4 I 'Iii ley Dovetailed Heads.
,t' few days with their parents. Mr. and Perdew. July 23-tf. .
't Mrs. two years of thirty-two weeks each and q I Any leading *
Bass. : t manufacturer can TIN ROOFS and PLUMBINO, *]jiAH
F While out horseback riding with a includes all of the subjects prescribed N '

: :h Mrs. J. B. O'Quinn and children left party of young people last Friday even- by the Supreme Court for the bar exam I1 ll 1 1'I i I furnish them. If your dealer '

this week _fer St. Petersburg to join ing Dr. W. W. Carson's horse fell and ination. The annual tuition is $46.00 and cannot 'suoply you, wrjte

k; Mr. O'Quinn, who has been in that city threw him to the ground with such violence the total minimum cost of one year in Work Guaranteed ,l.t.

several months and has decided to locate that his collar bone was fractured.He the'Law School, exclusive of books and QCALA BOX CO. ft

wf there permanently. The O'Quinria is now able to be up and around laundry is $165. Those interested can .. ,, :

- 'are among"the pioneer residents this but it will probably be 'aeveral days be- get further Information by addressing I -z: C. CHAMBLESS, President. i .
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dty and have a large circle of friends fore he can attend to hia profejiaionalduties President Murphree or Dean Farrah, QCALA. FLA. Shop' Opposite Valley Gazette

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Board of Commissioners Sec. 4109.!! of the General 'S tlltelJ oi''f :: .

the State of Florida, relating to thi? '

\ labor of county convicts, as amend 'I
t ,r. (Continued from second page) by Chap; 5,705,, Acts of' ,1907. rI' Clearance' Sale .
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f 11 season, and respectfully ask, your permission + The chairman was Instructed to1' sig : tI
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to construct the following contract'ton' behalf oft. e .. ,
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will not unnecessarily Interfere'Wi I _T.- . t '
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the public travel, accordant to the This agreement! made between _e_ _:: "' '- t 7'2.-"' :

S provisions the Reviled of Statutes-Sec% ,"867"BI8'ind B59."o sirnmee County/of.Osceoltf. and.. the City of I, .- : '--:-: "'-"'One'Lot jljadles', White, Shirt Waists I regular price! :$l,.50,:reduced' to*;15c. ,' . ,w .': / :. ::.

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1 WYLTB MCLEAN AYRES. One ikdics':: Wash' Skirts price reduced 16 t $1.59. : ;
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( .. Witnesseth) that the County in n- --- Lot ,regular $2.5.0, : : '
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ill sideration of $375 to it now paid by a 'V T, i -

:C l %,person--Go. F-KribbeFaq.:for Mr. :Ayres: ,,.also and appeared urged the City fourth, and of the the cost further,.of a sure certain of'} tie-... ,...= -. All. $|[)cclal- JPvlccs'' are Strictly CaiJh.,i: If you
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granting of this-requeat; also Mr. 's. : ' ni: of the advertised will prevail. '.
lest
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track recently! constructed .at Lough req ;aiy goods( charged, regular .prices
' ; ;;", It. Bullock'representing the property marl sale'
man into the county pits, .
r holders adjac'ent.tojhjs property.? JAr. oost ereafterpa3Uthcity, "to / ;
;". ; -
,F.< W. Hill appeared, representing: : him said county hereby agrees to..furnish; 'l'O c- H. Stanf
"" i G.A r1i--'CQ
sell and the citizens of' Narcoossee" .. tKe'oity-with one out of every foul .

_, iuid_,protejtedagain!tthe granting of cars-of marl excavated by-it- from ita >. _
I this. request, stating that it would 1 Bea marl pits on,the.land' described in deed \ -... ,

d bad precedent for the Board to establitfh book No. 1-page 236 records of Os .,..... . ... . . .. . .; .
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. as Narcoossee was a regularly I .
It ccola county, an long as the said pitants i .. --
,i' platted town and If this request was ---- - --r=; -- -- -- - .
1 the city.to to the county the
,''j' granted there would be numerous which applications cost.of; loading the pay oars and freight on I I WAY .OP N '. I :gnimmmmmrmwiwnimmmmmmmnmmmimmmgPIANO" "!" " " " " " "#"#" "!" "#"!" " "#" " " "
for a siniilar concession,
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same to KiHsimrni'e payment to be The .
iraystdneKI8SIMMEP.
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would cause a greatxleal of' trouble to
made annually at a date to be agreed
the residents of neighborhood.. .
After the 'matter, the upon. Many a Klsaltnraee Reader Knows. FLA.
considering >'
I
Board( decided to take no action. And it IS ogr- *d l that nnimally; at the . It Well. j FREE

y Messrs. J. W, Lilly and J, M. Will- time of settlement, should :It transpire There ig a way open to convince the On Lake Tnhopekalijra. ,
I' hat. the city has received more than ( Hunting Plshintr, Shooting,
eon, Jr., .appeared tvfor'e: the Board greatest skeptic. Scores of Klssimlmee .
asking that they open up the ditch connecting its onefourth'proportion of the total peopeha\'e) made possible. The Bathing, Golf; Tennis Roque, == ==
('rl<"kl't. Clock Golf.) J3ateball' ,.
.
the shall the
to
4 with the, city ditch in West cars, city pay county public statement. of their experience l is TrapThootin: == =

'Xlssim ee-from the city limits to the for the excess at the rate of $2.00 per proof the like of ,ehich.haa. neverbeenproduced I Tbrnis: J2.CO:: to $3.-f> per! day. 'Tickets on Piano with
County line stating that if they would car for the marl material; ; and shoulder before in Kh rlqllnee. Head $\15 to $21:! per week. -- = gS -

t do so,, it wou4d.drain all West Kissim-I > contra the city have received less this case of It given by a citizen: I =-= ==

{ mee; as the water was now backed) upon than its one-fourth proportion of marl Z. \V. Bass, south side. Klsslmmoe. To'Our Friends: =i
the shall the for the ( IIA and try a meal at the each 25 cent Purchase \ .
the along this ditch, and if county pay rity Fla says: "Dunn's Kidney 1'11111//
property hotel. Sin I le meals 5Oc: 21 ''
have been of st.ch benefit-to -
rate. < threat ne E 3
ot'firij'at-the name i !
Ihis opening was made there would lej > meal tickets; $10. Rooms al 1 per
,
t that should the I that I do pot hesitate tr recommendthem. r ,
It is further agreed 'lnv) -'
+ trouble to drainage. The Board -
no as A lame back made it ditllcuU -
I i decided that this matter was beyond its county cease work at any""' time and I for me lo /eel around, also to stoop or =- AT =-=
the be in need of marl for its Rooms in The Inn annex for -
city lift. No position I assumed was coinfoitable -- -
the .
and that
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jurisdiction, propertyowners -
.J et.r..t.a. then the city shall have the and a full nljfh<<:'K rest was rent fur SOc and 75c per nltfht.SpwiBl -
I along the ditch who would be I ramps by the, -- -
Out of the question. The kidney secretions wega or
and =
should right to work said pits for itself month == :ai
benefited by this drainage, were!' frequent In' passage: .
4 have this work done themselves.Mr. in that case, shall accounttothe county .thai I often had to rise from six to ,
I before for the cost of material at the above eight/ limes a' nitrhtI I tried va.l'iousI'eme.hes
c J. M. WilJson, Jr., appeared i C'WD i
and rubbed back with ann s
rate my
J, F'', the Board i; behalf of the property per car.Witnes8eth, the signature in behalfof liniment butto -no ''avail 1 finally H. W. THURMAN,

holders on the north line of section heard of Down's Kjdnev Pill I and pro- PROPRIETOR -... -
+ I 16, township 25, range 30, and of- the county of the chairman of the cured u box from the Klksttumpei Drug -- ---
Board County Commissioners, and in (' They of the lameness -
disposed
fered to deed to the 20 feet of 0. -
\. ) county of said behalf of the City? of the P.esklent of in my back, strengthened, my kidneys :7111LU11111ti11lUUU1UU11111111Ut1111111U111tUULULUt1UULULU? \ & '
along the north line section -
space
and rid
me of the necessity o! 11 mlntrui
for a county road. Mr. Lesley al- the Council. night. I cannot say too much in BLISS
: offered the Board t.he same COUNTY OF OSCEOLA. praise of this effective remfdy.-'
to on
-- conditions' land 20 feet wide off the iy E. L. Lesley, Chairman Board of For sale by all dealers.1 Price ,0 X111111l111111111111111111111111111111I1111111111f111G" " "#" " "#" #" " " #" ; "#' "#" ," # " " "#" '
County Commissioners. (Seal) cents. FosterMil burn Co. BUffalo: ; FORSPRING -
north line of section 15, commencingat New York sole utentu for the, United
the nontheaat corner and runhing\ CITY OF KISSIMMEE. States. .
}y- --President of the Coun- Heoaeuber. the Dan 's-and ILLS
along the lection line to where same naine I. I .
cil. Seal.) take other. Seasonable
; intersects with the Donegan road that ( no 5r
leads to Orlando. Mr. Lesley: said that Mr. S. H. Bullock appeared before -- -- --- - Springtime is sicktime.

t Mr. W. E. VanDuzor, as agent, had the Board asking to be allowed to redeem Notlce., Purify the bloodcleansethe -- ................................................................. ---
4 s 1 i signified his willingness to grant 20 ft. the following lands: West half of I desire to give 'timely notice to the sy.tem-bytJie simple .

on the opposite! aide of the above two northeast quarter, Sec. 29, 33, 32, upon public that I have made arrangementsto and effective roots herbs ; '.

descriptions.: Upon motion! the Board payment of face value of certificatesand use the entire guava crop at South- and barks contained in :I I ,

decided to establish this road upon prrffltttion omitted yean Upon motion duly port this year and anyone trespassing I GoodsAT :

1 '*_$ of deeds to this property.: seconded, request was granted.W. will b* prosecuted promptly. I E
of Lee Parsons Cattle Co. -BLISS HEMThe j .
r, Mr. W. J. Sears appeared in behalf 0. Bronson, superintendent --
't of J. R. Graves, Jr., and asked to be poor farm, appeared before the Board JNO. M. LEE, Gen. Mgr. j --- -.A .

: allowed-to redeem the back taxes on all and asked for an increase on the allowance July 11 '09 2t. I II cost is but a half-a- F ---

j that portion of Ross Addition of block for the care of paupers saying I cent a day tp rid the bloodof E AT =- -

'? 'i 12 lying cast of the public road. Mr. hat the class of paupers sent there For Sale at a Bargain.One I the poison that causes

fS. Sears asked for the relief of interest, were old and feeble and required a 7-rootu residence, Patrick's Ad Boils-Pimples and other i

explaining to the Board that these back great deal pf care, and the cost of livIng nit ion ', Skin Eruptions. 200 Tab- -LOW PRICES . .

7 1 taxes have accumulated on account of being high he t.houglU..Jhe.prlce) of One 7-i oom residence -Bass Addition. lets for 100. A Guarantee 1 == n' ,. -,&; ,

l# connection! with other plata $12 would enable him to give all the j I to cure or money back. == $
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comforts this being an increase ==
.C. L. Bandy, tax-collector, reported necessary Ua" (I-- >.n ,i'"iU i ice. Mathews Ad Ask for a Bliss Almanac ',. .

it .that there was due the city as its portion of $2. Upon motion duly seconded Union , and learn fully about this --

a of the road taxes S8.43. which Board allowed 12. One'.bv-iring. oran 'e grove about' 275 old-fashioned remedy. E SE& OUR .LINE OF WE CREAM .3 :.
wa. credIt Bond of G. F"Xribbs'ascounty judge, tl'rF., .. ., j
the 5l'tiese '
to '
i' ordered
k' amount of the city .placed*" with H. C. Stanford and M Katz' in the' ; .t,'>lr.,,b
.R follows Bond and trustees preBented'filed voucheu.their report covering as- Bum proved.of:;.one, 'thousand' dollars). .(/*"' .was. ''-ap-;';"*- ,ftljloJN-rms,"..,.'i'WtTER34u5o;' ., I;'h j:,,:,\I ',',
ETX3.i .
Ii FOR SALE BY _ ; :::
; St the varioua.amounta;- also bonds Notary Public bond of A.EX Droughtwith -. -
-- - -
. Nos. 25, 26 and 27,which they had taken J. M. Willson, .'Jr., and P. A. J. W: HAMPTON. E --

k up, and receipts from the State Banki Vans Agnew in the sum of five hundreddollars -- ". ..
NORTHTiYSSIMMEEI =
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approved.Bond -- - EE
$403.82 hand. was
, f i of Kissimmee showing on .

t Kissimmee Fla., July 1, '09. with of N.S.C.L.Bryan Lupfer and as notary H. C. Stanford public -- UP-TO-DATE C JMTES G FE S I! "

1 '08 bjp Report cub on of hand Bond. Tru.Oet .-.. I 44 10 as securities in the sum. of five ,BARGANSTOREi![ i SWORD GHSOI$ ;
hundred dollars was approved.The
1 ; ; Mo' 4 bf cub front M.. larIa B Gilbert .
I 11':, J tnwunr. ...... .. ..... . . .... 28 S4 following: resolutions on the i I i Sign and House = HARDWARE COMPANY =f
q ,i ;'X>w H bjr cub bOlD Mn M rta B Gilbert death of Hon. W. B. Johnston were -
L ,,"_ ,.,'" .. ." ,,'!jQj2,11 essetir! A. S. GILBERT j c:::: -
'> ;,JN* V>.br cash from .... Marla BOil"N ,
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fi* birt. trcwarcrs' ... ..... ..... .. 40 till Whereas. On the 16th day of June, .. -- -' i1U1111U1111U11UUUUUiUUUl11U1U1111UU111t11U111111UU1111L I I
'", <.;')f... 1 from B C Male tnMurar.. .. ... zas is A. D. 1909 Hon. W R. Johnston, our DEALER IN > 1 I Painting .I : f',

t.I".. .r. .. .. 9es. late worthy county judge and judge of- j "
... ... 100 11iw the county court, departed this life, C. A. CARSON Presideot ', N. C. BRYAN, SECRETARY t.' :
; ,"...1" Is .... : so Dry Goods Notions \
w .. .. .. and fa,
.. .. 70 . ,..a}
.".Ir: .1" .. ...... 46647 Whereas, Judge Johnston was an active Glassware ..4 Enamelware Paper Hanging Plasticolng yf
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a IIMTO T. factor in 'the establishment of this The Caters & Carson : '
: :
W ;Vooeb.r 1<1..J. Nor'. ISM to cub paid county and served it continuously for .: ,
,f<* lateral. .mpo* bond N...30...,... 156 I *4 eighteen in the above capacity,
"...... ....2,July' 1.1909/to cub paid years .We sell McCall's Patterns and Satisfaction Guaranteed(
and also for occupied the ,
S for bond No.-2S. M aDd :.: a 00 many years v v t
j1. position of deputy clerk, thus serving Publications. I I Grocery CompanY'i : .
Y0..b..,1<1..l.JnlT 1. 1009.! .br. ,
..SI ..__0II1oaad.. . $40582 with the boards of county commissioners Subscriptions taken for McCall'sMagazine ;

T.M.If vmrmi. and through the wide experience only 50c per year pOst- GILBERT ,
Tress, Boos T....._. gained from continuous public life, not paid. : GEO. A. '
-Wholesale and Retail Dealers in- '\\'
: The time for the completion. of .the .only in this county, but In others as Ra. CONTRACTOR. : I
d tax roll was extended, upon motion well, was a great helper and adviser to Phone 38 Kissimmee, ; :

duly seconded, to July 19, and the'clerk the various boards and to the officers ; -

rwaa Instructed to see that the required generally; therefore be it T //ft ,RIVERS ))1t(.. D, GROCER tfV t
Resolved the Board of County
fifteen days notice was given to theY by fe
I Commissioners in and for Osceola PHYSICIAN: AND SURGEON
taxpayers. I.
E. L. Lesley was appointed a com- county, that we do hereby extend to Office over Osceola Pharmacy. i ': .

: ;mitten of one to look after the sick his family our most sincere sympathyin l n..sld. f] 4j.l53 1

t' . znule which_'was in the care of the liv- this their great loss of husband and PHONES': f Office 148 WE SELL. WE' BUY 't. I J
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father
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= ery'iUble in iown% arid"to dispose of it lrnowwth -- ,

-"I >':'.a he sees fit. Resolved, Further, That a page of I .=..: b.i-,a ,_ R. ,J. W. SIMPSON HAY. '.: .1
The following letter from the Comptroller these minutes be set apart to his mem- dell. ,.Io W.etalte.godudng.....b.q T" .. ID HIDES ?d a

with. a copy of the 'recent acts ory and a copy of these resolutions be II and...6.5.31.--. _."......1.8mr II yens Ferveyp.d. w.Ns' DENTIST. GRAIN FURS, ',. ."Y
furnished to the family, and also a copy .wad our crew
yv of the legislature to provide for the .1s' .varywh.re.ulIae. our 780.Wloee..ad Upstairs in Katz Bull-dlnj FERTILIZERS
of taxes for the 1909 and published in the Kissimmee Valley Ga- .tbF is,,.vp.ri..o.. I
levy
year S.at tr..on l m. 12 m. WOOL '
r 1910 was read: zette. D.".FERRY &CO.. DETROIT.Mica OFFICE: HOURS: }f ?:JH to BS: p. m.: SHINGLES (
.tt,, June 19, 1909. There being no further business the Telephone No. Tfi Jun 5 1>. Ivr AND
.board until l 10 July 19, I -- --- -- ORANGE BOXES'ORANGE ,
y To the Several Tax Asseskors of the adjourned a. m., ==-= =::=- -

State of Florida: 1909.! (! -- WRAPSVEGETABLE ALL --, w r

,,v .1.Gent1emen=Thd tax rat for the year -"-- S

,, .' ,A D. 1909 is 7 1-2 mills on the dollar Kiasimmce Fla., July 19, 1909. Mrs. Tress W. :Le: "QVtJrJr:::: : CRATES COUNTRY I ., y. ,*''.;

-If 1 r ';'Upon.all real and personal property as The Board of County _Commissioners CRATE NAILS PRODUCE >*
''' SURGEON ,
PHYSICIAN AND ; "v
::fi ' follow: General reveuue tax, 2 mills; II in and for Osceola county, Fla., ,!met i adW
.'.?1 general school) tax 1 mill; pension tax, pursuant to adjournment on the above I IS HEADQUARTERS FOR RJUIPBNCB: PHONB, ::1:1'. KI88U..Om.. : rsnLiF 1 f Y

: J A mills;; State Board of Health tax, 1-2 i date there being present E. L. Lesley, Ornc, PBON L_ FLORIDA

,v ;; niU; total 7 1-2 mills. You will, there- chairman; Elmer B. Bass J. H. Confectioneries, Cigars W. W. CAR O/t./' i D.:'D. S. We sell field and garden seeds or all kinds. '

' f nre,'. xtend;the state taxes on real Walker, commissioners; P. A. Vans We give special attention to ,fitting out hunting and camping bee

'Y ,,land personal property at (7 1-2)) mills Agnew attorney for the Board, and Tobacco, Stationery DENTAL PARLORS parties. ," ;r .t

on'the dollar of valuation. Arthur E. Dotu-gan, clerk. Souvenir Post Cards. RIVERS BUILDING Free delivery in city limits. Phone No. 12. .

t-;, ... 'Tcanverytndy. Tax Assessor J. L. Overstreet pre- Etc. -OVCR OSCBOt-A PHARMACY I We'are county agents for good fertilizers. Ask us for"cirrniarB : ', ,

> A.'C. CROOM, Comp. 1 TO .. and prices on fertilizers. .. ,
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, t ''it letter,, tram Hop.t.B. El MeLin was (Contiquedon seventh p gt'.) Fine >Box Candies a Specialty. OPPICK HOURS ,1 TO 1 11 1 l "

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Districts 2.and'4 and 2 mills in District :1ctbE PrtbbsB.' L. V .. ;. tley, J ? Mllf. .. J. r ,40TICI. ot
Application
for TaxiDeed
BopdofCommissicners No. 3,.,mad In addition .to tha*said 7 O'Barrr, L. H. Infram J. MoFhatier. Z, W. ;
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mills the following'addi- Bess.B. C.'Stanforf, 8H, Bullock Arthur Under Sections 674 and

: ; whereupon ordered said specialtax I4etth''ti *r.bf *ir.n that the foIlo"lntrdrlbe4 land 'th''be eold at public aoctlon K. Donegr..4nm Agnew, r 'Vane .**r '675 General! Statute) of 'the
lonal ,
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(Continued from sixth: page.) levy was o'tbe tad day of Aura A. D. 19fl ila front of tb* town hall-door at Kladmme' City: lu \h. bew known to mo C., his the parties who M* "
ented? his original''toft assessment roll school districts: No. 2, 8'mills; No. oua" of Oaoenla and >Ute of Florida or ao much thereof 'a* will.bo Decexary to pay. the lUted the foregoing butrumenl and. eevwrallracknowledge State of Florida. !\ ",

3, 2 mills, and Not? 4, 3 flle.ItIs .. . auiounl dye for laxea-berela opposite to tli* same together wltb'auob ooal of *al. and advet- that they executed }he Mm for Ketlce I* hereby given' that W, B. 'Barrla.
t tor the year 1909, and due notice liar-. ordered that an occupation,4 tax tlilnf. . I "* .. the tue*and purpoaes therein eXJ>l'tlOllled. Jrarebar of Tax Certlflcate No. lot dated *M
,
ing been given by. publication the Witness mz hand and ofl.elalhili 0th lat day of 1111,. A.. D. 11107. ha filed MId ortA-.
Board proceeded to equalize aame.and of, 50 per cent. of the) amount, prescribed : ", day *.*.JtioefA.D. 1_. eat In mr office. and ha made application Sot ,

v continued, In session until- 12. ..f'clock by the Statutes of the State of . 1tK. '., .': j' --:; u&i4LPio$ 0; 'ROt'&U.\:. I- lSuaIJ S. H. BOLLOCK. lax deed lo Issue In aooordauo with law '

.. Florida be levied upon persOna engaged Juitioeol the Peace, Flrat DlatrlQeoeola Said certlfloete embrace the following c1..,. '
.
noon then until 2 nt
adjourned "
p. in.any v.such occupations,. that tax collector Robinson's Addition. ", County. : orlbed property. ..I.ted'Ja Oeoeola...,countjrJ

Board reconvened .at 2 p. m., .and Is directed to' collect said tax in Bnrjr Gauldlng.. ?., ,LOIS ni&k: 16. .. . ,4. .,.. ...... ..... .. ...iiBarj .... .*r An -.17 SIit Florida, towltiIxX .
continued with t.h. revision of the tax y ihoropion. Lot Block 16.. . . ., .. . .. ... .>...<. ...... lu ot *'1 and :3 Block 19, West Klaslmmea.
roll until 4 m., at which time they the same manner as he would collect I .' 7 Shoemaker' Sub-dlviaion of Block DL and IL, Bat Addition .. tlce..of. Application fqr"r.Leed'Un The ..leIlaDd being aaaeeaed. the steIn at

p. fpr the State provided that. If, bylaw, J. A.. Rowland. .. .. N({ of XotXand all LoU .i.i.-- ". :. tlf(! M the Issuance of such certificate l Id the name of
adjourned until a,..m., Tuesday morn- the countle. are permitted to levy a Frauk RbJmea..I liolall; audIM .im...). ,...<...,....,. .-... ..... ... 116tit I it ier Sections 574 and Mr. Ola Crannar. SUnless
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ing.. Shoemaker's Sub-dMjIon ol Block HL Ban Addltlea. of 'the General! Statutesof .Id certificate shall b* redeemed a v
575 <
Reconvening, at 9 a. rn., Tuesday- ; greater per cent than 60'p .r cent,:of Anna Reeie... . . .. ..f.ol' .. ...... ... ... :.... ... .. .. .... ...._.. ... Si coMing to laws tax deed will ln thereon awth
such said tax then the collector is or- Shoemaker Bub-dlvlaloiTJrtsJilock QL Baa Addition. '.' the State of Florida.Nolle
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20 there were present those >> ..jnd day of An uit A. l>. llnWltncai > 4
July 1909, deredtocllectth. full amount July Rivers OL lU 'Jk- t .. 4 80- , tVSllal '
my official!: *lnatur and atal this
-,. :c-- ofthevertreet.-.p..vi u......... on--and--< o. R WIIt Baa* A"dlUo*., ". > I* hereby. IrejB that P. A. Van Agnew, OSAI.
)
i-- authorized. the 2nd day of fair A. :D. U X
'() The Board then pro- ()M1l".U.. .' NWt aodfcOfof,"" ' B1o.-k. ilL. .. . .. .. 5 26' 6j purcBaaer nrTax Oe'rtlAcate No*. U and '
.JThe following'resolutlon was adopted: Morgan. Hick .., .. NWlJof Blocu FL .' ,. . . .. 0" ..(19OMI: IU :I 1)10..1 \.\ dated'the' Ut.daTof July A. D. 11107. baa ARTHUR DONlaAN..
ceeded with the equalization with ..thIollowini' Ulck . . NWU) of Block 'I'L. . . ...((1\107)\ ) 2'10 :15 M sled said. "mofflO8 Clork: -Circuit Court Daceolaoouoty nortd*.. '
_Resolyel, That under Chap, 5963 Robert B.... .. W-fof BlooK-UL. . . ... .. . .. . . . 6 lJ .. 41 76" eurtlflotei In end: bu. '. ''( Y .
'r changes Acts of 1909 a special fund be e Ubrlished (i. W. Athlon. . Beg at NW Cor of Bile FO, run 8 70 ft, EtfU\ ft mad. application for tax deed to issue aooordngtolaw. NOTICE. '
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R. H. Alderhian, personal property 70 ft. W 9(1( ft . ,.. . . .
be Convict Lease . .. . .. : .? .. ... 'i&.4 '
to designated: I Mra. C. A. Minx..Ir.mlo Lou aud a Block aLota .td eertlflcate embrace the \ da ..
.. was increased from a valuation of! $675. hereafter' Bliss . 1, I and 8 Block 21_ . .. . .. . . 12 15 05Mr. 8 following -
Fund, into which shall be .. C A. Minx. LrOtn I. 2 and 8. -Illook 22 . . . .. .. . :o oo '-. io rrlbed property situated, lu Oaceola county. Sale .of School Lands. M
to $1000. paid the proceeds arising from the lease Mia. M. K. Berno*. EM.I4fl4tCaIBgNWCOrSS14 lot, run 8 M f.. E Florid iowltCertlfloaCa No. 22 Lot 1 and N! ) ..
C. M. Hart from $2400 to $4000. m ft. W o ItTlu Blonk I. ... .'. ... .... .. ... .. .. 5,0128.0 12 Tp 2s 8 R SOfacltleacr.u. Certlfl- Tallahauee. Fla. June M, 1110II.
of convicts,. said 'und to be expendedaccording Chai Sheppard B to Rt of way: of A C I. Rr then 8-weaterlr along TnsuU
J.. M. MonlSdoco from $60 to $260. Act. Ktof w.. 711 It. then W-to Beg .. . . . . i 20 elite No. 28 8t Jordan ro n..J7.o j to $110. to the provisions.of said moines Bacot . . . Beg at the 8W cor of block o. run 75 ft thence E ,aid land being a..e .ed at the date ol .olno the "11fb.., and beat bidder, for cash. the .
Tlpfij There of cattle inspector to lit ol war of A C L Ily lhence-8-weaterlf along following -deaorlbed land Irlnf and '
being a vacancy the lamanoe of said tax certificate In the nambuI. being
The cler was instructed to give at lit of war It" ft to .' . : . , ... . S'30 CI 81 altuate In O.ceola
in Cattle District No. 3, O. ,;M. Robert Baia 2nd Addition. 'L,. P. Sehwoand Unkown. Couutr. riorldai Tia.Utlll'8eetloa.la ,
least fifteen days' notice by publication Townthtp SI, Range *2i ,
recommended to the Governor .. . .. . . . . Unless uad'eeti5Oates$ shall be redeemed ofording ; Township
Long was Jim Smith .. .... Lot 4. . . -. 04 .161 25. .ange 38
in the Valley Gazette of the above to law. ta deed will, issue thereon on ; Towaihlp W.. Range 88; Township
for appointment to that position; South FIa. < R. R. Oo'i Burvejr.Bei 83, Banic S3 and
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changes, and that those having complaints -' in Cattle R C Sarage ., . .._ at the mo. Sontnerly cor of Lot 2 Block 19 the 2nd day of AuiruXA.. D. 1909. (aiuing8l08.24ac.e.! Township, sa..Rant M, OOQ.
make ihould at the also there being a vacancy mill N 43 degree. K 7r ft. N 47 degree* W 71 ft. 8 Witness m, official ilntature and seat this the i
to appear District No.5. Hardy Tumblin was 411 degree W7S ft, 8 47 degree E: 71 ft . .. .. ... 21 '00 2205 tad day of .Tal,. A. D. 1_. From the date of tb. flrat appearance: of this

regular meeting at 10( a. m.. on Sept. recommended to the Governor for'appointment .. H. A. fMathew'li Addition.LotSBlockO (Seal) ARTHUR E. D XQAN. notice until twelve o' lock noou. Tu.sda.-JI, '

o-19Q9.; The equalization of the tax Hattie Cornell- . . . .: .. ... .. . .. " .. 1 06 1 ei Clerk; Clronlt Court Oaceola Count Floitda, Angnat 3rd, 1DM. sealed bid. wlU b* received by
roll being complete, the matter of a to the position. W. A. Patrick' Addition. Albert y*. Uabrlt.. President oftha '8Ut

There being no further business! I. F. Gllleu. , , , ..-I U.f Lot 1 Block-V. . .... -TTTT--. . . . k 1 -. Jevy otthe year 1909 taken up Board adjourned to meet Irrregula> J. W. Thompaon . . .. E1! of Cot 4 Block .Y. . .. . 14 70 13 15Unpietled Notice of Application 'for Tax All bldi must be addressed to'Albert W. on.' -
and considered, and after Borne discussion Land lat. Prcildeut of th* State Board of KdoeaW',
.
j the following resolution was In- session on August 2. 1909. at 10 a. m. Joseph LjbCbappelle. .W < of NE'of'NW of NW)" Section 28 Town.hip Deed Under Sections 574 and oat S vpf Florida and marked "aealed bid loath
.5 C9 ., , ,.' 100 181 "
troduced and adopted: Dissolution of Partnership. Joaeph LaCliappelle. W' ot tim; otiiiVj40( 'N\" ". use :2$, tp25 R'ill: ,575. of_General Statutes of. the purcltaa* 01 c"oollaa48. -,. .
For 1H07 . ... . .' I on 1 HI The StateBoard of Eduoatlon'reetrree the
Whereas It has been-ascertained and The real estate firm of Brown t At'Harv- Mr. J. J. S Ram..,. EH of N W" of NWU of :O/W") Sec 2H, Tp 25. R :2U\ 21u 2 fit! State of Florida. rla'btwIeet an>or all bldrBy '

determined by the Board of Count? ( order of the SVate Board of EOhioatlon.
well has this day been dissolved by'mutual Notice U hereby" given that W. B. Harria. purchaaer :- Ihlt
Collector Jun 17th
Commissioners that it will be |necessary J. McPHATTER, Tpx 1909. s.
agreement-"-W. S..Harwell selling of Tax Sal. Certificate No. MO dated July Albert W.
OlloVIt. Pretldent
to raise amounts by taxation for 8. l\01.Tabal< CrtmoataNo.liO.: dated Au ,
to C. C. Brown all his Jnterest in theJ. J. R. GILBERT Deputy 'Collector. (- w. U. Hollow Seorei&ry..
funds
the current year in the following By ut let. 1904. ha f\Ied..1d certificate In mjr of'
F. O'Berry and adjacent property irl flee, and ha mad.application for tax deed to lau '
respectively: Notice to Creditors
t which they were interested Mr. Har . lu accordance with law. Said ...tt1ft__ ,
For county purposes designated well continuing ip the real estate business and which la calculated directly or indirectly mbimc the following deeerlbed property altuat- AU penoni harlnc claim against th. eil

) General Revenue. . $ 9188 00 at the same office. Mr. Brown has Notice of Intention to Apply to enhance the value of thM company'. property ed In Oaoeola Coun .. Florida towlt: of C. R. Fountain, deoeaied. .late of the ooantTof '

: ;;-" County School . 12863 20 or right* or luttrcit therein. Lota 1. :2 and S, In block 16 Wt Ktulraina\ Oaceola and tate of Florida will preaenl the), .

Sbads. 11025 60 not yet decided as**to the location of his For [Letters Patent. To do aliaud every thing necnuary, suitable,. embraced In Tax CertiBoata No, MO: ; same to m* properly atteated within th*time.

and office. convenient or projMtr for the accomplIshment of Lot 4. 6 and 6. Block 10, Wt K .lmm-. en>- prescribed by law or the earn* will be forever '1

Outstanding indebtedness C. C. BROWN. any of thc purp .H<.i.or to the attainment of brcd In Tax Certificate No. MO.Th : I barred and all peronlndebtd to said Mtatte /' J;

interestvriesignated. County' 709.. W. S, HARWELL. any one or more of the object hreinbafore said land belnr .*.**.*.. at the datea t I will make Immediate aettlmnt with the ;niderilrned. ,... ,,!

Special. . - 3675 20 -- --- named, or which hallat any time appuar conducive the lauanc of uch certificate In the name ofF M. o. BRTAff if
or expediont forTrft benefit H. Stchl and W. R Swarta repeetivelr.Unleaa ; .. Admlnlatratorof the Estate of ;{
Be it resolved That the fololwiqig; Millinery Notice. Notice t"* hereby given that four HI I wceka protwtion or
tow 11 of thlH, corporation either na holdent of or saId eertineateahall be redeemed according C. II. Fountain. Oooeaaed. 0 ,
hereof :
levied Peal and after the first publication '
be personal -
sums on Tomy patrons and friends: On the :'ud day of AiiKimt A. D. IIWI I. ai>|illcH- intcreHti'd litany property or .,th..rwlHe. with ,, to law. tax deed will lu thereon oq February lat. 19O9.WILLIAMS. II I
county .
. property in Osceola ..:... I desire to give notice that I will be in linn will be made to the Hon. Albert \\'. (IIIchrlift. all thu power DoW or h.Trnrt,'r conferr by the H'th day of Aug-uat. A. D. 1900.W \. -- ,
General Revenue . :5rnilla this the law. of the Hftite: of Florida ituess my official signature and seal I thl. the KIDNKV PILLS
fall Florida atTalUhaniiee
the rAillinery business again Governor of the. Slate of Bare
neglected Kldae I
yon Bar
Third the of tock the 42th day of July A. D. 1U09. your ) *) )oh
Cpunty School 7 mills of letter.pfttentto amount thcapital at I overworked
and will afrst-clasalineabout Florida lor the liwuaiire yon Jour nerytfo system and J. '
Rowls .6 mills" open up the underHlKtiedaj* ac..nx'ration upon wild corporation Kh..1I1H' ton thotuuml "itlOlNNIt (Seal ) ARTHUR E..DONIWAN. I caused trouble with your Uduey* and bladder ;..
Sept. let in the Fleming building recently .'olla,.. to lie Inrrt'Hod h..r..ifUr, boat," aiuouiit Clerk Circuit Coprt Oaoeola County Florida. : Bare you pain In III'.I-it.-; :': ;::*, back (rolntand ;
the '/
County Special 2 mills following projioaed v bladder Have appearance of tba ;
occupied by the bottling"works. ARTICLES. OF INCORPORATION that limy bt desired ; acid capital stock to bo : face eapeclally undeivthe eyes? Too froqueai tt;

The Board of Public Instruction file Miss. MATTIE 13J4DY. Artiplca or Incorporation! :anln 'l'<1 Into tbla 1",111 up In lawful current-y of the United} Notice of Application lor Tax : a desire; to paaa' urine. If an. Wllllami' KfdaavPill -
will cure you--at Drucciit Price ,
- Htatea of Wo. Bold
of funds ----- -- Amerl or Its equivalent or in labor1orxervico
its itemized estimates neces iw'ri
:toth day of June A. J) ', by and between only by O.canlal'harniscyEurekaPressilig'
nary for school purposes for the current Truck Land for Rent. C. A Carnon It O .'leek..1. wi.! :'1111<'1''. O. F.Knhh. .. th, Uoiird of Diroetora may directthu ; Deed Un.der Sections 574 and '

fiscal year ending! June 30th 1909, and I 6 to 7 acres of,fine truck land adjoin. .. H. c. "$' Utanfonl 1H\ b llock. W. B.Ilarrlr. w W capital,HiKM) nliarw slock of to the bt I"r divided valu.i Into of (won-fourhundred 575 of the General Statutes J
J. F ,
N. Caraon. O'Berry
Kau. n.
this board to levy 'a tax of 7 ing R. n. statioit fenced and -lately M. tlolUnt ....
requested ,i --.' Roma Thoma. C. W: Dean A. E. l>oti''Katl. 'ly-flvo (dii) orihet l i tteup r cent. of the Stat of Florida.
mills for school purposes. and also filed ]I plowed. Suited foregg plant celery C. W. Jumu, i. M. Lee. inn \lcPhatter. J W t lit per "...nt.of) the ('apIl4L"to<'k of Haidconx

'. "'i it ,mizw!: estimates of the necessary I and all kinds of truck. Hojise free to Simpson N. C. Bryan, !' A. Vaun AOneF.. ration uluftll bO-I'AloI u\lll1. lawful currency of Notice I. hereby_ given' that W. B. )\aklnann -
\ Vana AII'Dew. K. L. Lesley. L. H. luyriiiii Z. theUnlted "! tat('. or Im equivalent.! upon couililencemulit '
amounts needed in the several special renter. Company purchaser of Tax CertificateNo
( of its bliulnmi.
tax school districts: NOli. 2,'3 and 4. I Call 1 on pr address. G. M. Gardner, \V. |ta.. fourth the tlmnnf Cominencomnnt of. thin- IS-datodttfttlslday of July, A.-I 1907. Club.
ho hereby aaftoclato IbeuiAcJvea together ace ha. flleil, saul certificate Inmy office
and requested that a levy of 3 mills in Campbell. Fla. \ body corporate. under the coiiHtltutlon ami% taWAf corporation Shall b, the dale of the liiVance and ban incite application fol- tax deed to laau .

f the KtSle of Florida' and do opt thefoliow- of It* l 1-tiers I'MI..l1t by the (tovurnor of the accordance. with law. Said certificate em-
:
SUite of Klondn. to it, and to HO continue in
lIIIAfIleiflN of IiifM>n>oratii! >ii. I...-wit; bracva the following described property iiituatixl -
operation for a term of iu'n ty-nlun]\9i4). ) Clothes Cleaned Pressed
FrHttlO| naiiiH of the corjtoratlon ahall bethe yuara.Fifth In Onceola County,'Florida. to-wlt:
.1 $39.70'h" Hoine'-IUilldliitf Con of KlMMmm*... the bimlneas of the .orllOttou| ..hellb.nondll..d and Repaired. All
)]>any NW) of N.WISection 1$, Tp. 20 south Range work ,
Klorldn, and n.lrIn..lpaIl1".c., of biicinecss.haii 'by a ,prttilderit.. vice'preiiilentMecrctary 81 east 4O mare., GUARANTEEp.

lie In the CIH, of Kimiliiinioe, County treasurer, general managerattoruuy The saId. land being assessed at the date of
From Kansas of Oaceola. mid "itaIo'fF1ortda. with Ijraurhenat and not lees than three (3)) nor '
Round Trip the tiiaiiance of iuolT certificate, lu the name < _ __
'f wilier 1'1,,('c, In the ,SlaUtof; Florida cud lutht more Hum scroll ((7)) dlrectnri; and awy two or I of Padgett A Beach. ''B.
.. more of acid office. may be held by one and the JOHN KING
United 8Iat..) and ?on.lr oountri" the Unl" said certificate aball. be redeemed according' Pho o149 ,
. Kissimmee .come ,IMTHOII ; Bald onicern ahall be elected '
den annually 4-
City to director of the Company 'maynereaftci" to law, tax deed will issue thereon on
the annual electlpn occurring the : ..
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Igllat I the 2nd day of August AvD. 1m. THE
Second the object,for which thin corporationla 'Third Tuesday In January of each and every Wltuea my.cliclal'ilgnature:: \ : and\Teal this QRAYSTQNELAUNDRY
:- -. 25; arid Coming. formed U to do all of the mottere Had year; the officer of the corporation for thefimtyear .
: Good for. Days. Stopovers Going ( any or (*KaL.t the. 2nd day of July.A. D/lW: ,
,. or Until their nioc'oHHori halt be '
Ir- thlngshereln.etlorth, vli ARTHUR H. DOXKOAJf; ' __ : itedl"E. ,. . . .. , '" { ,
: To acquire by purchase ezcIicuge.1as.ehite ; .
I': ;! ,CUrk Circuit. Court.Qeoe1a County Florida -
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t :. :I stnr't'r'Jes( ')., August 3d, to show this land, This or otherwwe .landa and ther. pro Intercut real personal aud mixed or anv. :A.: : P Sbnegan, Prealdent and Oeperal Manager -
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> opportunityIn! price) 'Will not last Jong. In, : \ S Notice of Application to Sell the .

' To plan erect arid coiwtrupt dwelling*, bun, H. C. HtHnford> !President, : Interest of Minors in Real
Estate Thoroughly. for'Do-,
Equipped
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.I Ineiw" huu. and other buildings aud worlw of H HI Jlllllo k. .nec-retary and Trua ur..r- *
FIVE ACHE FOR every dewrlptiou upon lands )elontfiiiK to theComiMiliy 'c. F Krlbba. NOTICE la
V TRACTS $100 Attorne'Di ..... : hereby given that the underalrned.
.. ( or ujioA lands of oilier t''''1>011''. companies ..... Lula M. Andereon. a* guardian for William H.And..n ing: Anything. In the

or corporatIon. it Icerons- ., Sarah U. Anderaon. Haacal H. Anderon. .
: To rebuild, enlarge. filter, improve or remove I A K VonoKau, Be. Stanford. 'S.1 II Builook. Jam. A. And raon. Lula M Anderaon and ,

8 7 6. 5 4 3 2 ; 1 ,existing building oil, to or froitianyplace John 51. Lee, Roma Tllomaa. \" I-elht E. Anderson minor heir 0f Jam* A. Anderaon. LaundryLine. ,

or laiidni With\ the highest Indabteilnem or lUnlllty -... will apply to the Honorable Q. _

.t Toconverihodlesof land belonging to this which thl corporation .....at any time subject f. Krlbb. County Judr In and tor Oceania FAMILY WASHING ASPECIALTY
. or other companlea, or .t..elt to, ihall be the 'Value
Company 1..n per- par of its capitalitoek countjr. Flt>rida. at ten o'clock a. m. on W.dne.day. .-: "

aons,*Into lots or parcel, roada, streets alltiyi! the flrat day of Septanibar. A. D. 1\O9.. ahia .. ";..'
. or other. conveniences, and to 8.oerall1'lm'prove "Seventh, the name*' and residence of the offic In Klaelmmoa. Oola eounty Florida; I ,"*-$""' .,,I

--.-- - and beautify caM Iota ,or parcels of lend Subscribers and the amount of stock auhoribed for authority to sell th. interest the'arforeeaU Dyeing Cleaning and Pressing '
.
;.,. by building home and other buildings thereon by each of them are aa follows,to-wlt: minor In and to the land ltuatd and being In
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\ and lulling the same either for "..b. on theeaay C A Caraon, KiMlmmee Fla 4 shares; the County 0( Oaoeola and State ot Florida and by people experienced. 'in this lIne, ': .
paymeutplan.. on commtnlon or otherwise B. O. Meek Klulmmee Fla., 4 aharemJ '//1. "
described foUowa
more particularly a* :
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; ,. .. ; abw to sell the said late singly or aa a W. Miller, KlMlmmee, Fl* 4 shares; The Southeast qua.of the Boutheaat quarter. I We have also secured theo esi-yle.. r '

. .' whole whenever it appears advantageous to the G. F. Krlbba, KiHlmmeo Fla., 4 aliarei; Mctloa lxtani The Northeast quarter, the ( a THOROUGHLY COMPETENT 'fi.

:. ... company to do .... H. O. Stanford. Kiaalmmee. Fla4; shares; Northwest quarter of the Southeast quarter ae*. TAILOR, and will guarantee his workto

u : To undertake adddlretft th.lD.naaemon..nd 8. H. Bullock KlHHlmmee. Fla.*, 4 shares; tInt __... township twenty_n South. give satisfaction, .or no. money win
.,. 9 ,10 11 12 13 14 15 16 aloof any property. Improvedand unimproved W. B. Harrl*. Kfawimmee Fla., 4 ahare* ; Ranc 80 Eaat. be naked..
\ real, personal or mixed buildings and M. Katz Kluimmee, Fla., 4 aharet: > LULA U. AMDEMOH.

" Und of aald company. or for other companiea N. B. Caraon Khwlmmee Fla.. 4 shares; Guardian for the Our price are reasonable and ". solicit

'.- ( .. or penon J. F. O'Bxrry Klmlmmee, Via Sahara*; afore**Id minor ; '
1'1'0 ... .. :To manufacture,buy, .sell deal and trade In.. Roma Thomas, Kiaainimee. Fla.. 4 aharaa: 4C. .. the'patronage of' the people::: ofKissimmee. '

". '. any and every'kind of wood brick. Iron ateel O. W DannKlaalm, Fla., 4 .ha.....: f'-

cement atone of every kind and all and every A. K. onegan, .Klaalmmee. Via 4 ahare* ,
; ;
; 1ft"
/ : 24 23 22 .21 20( 18 17 kind and character material and 'Notice of Application to Sell
building O. W
ii? .. ...' .. Orlffln Klailmme" Fla.. 4hareiJ. : ROGERS LIVERWOR1 '?\/;
supplie / H. Lea KlHalmmee.. 4 shares; Real estate.To TAB AND OANOHALAQUA ;
-' To make enter Into form and carry out .,hn McPhatter, Klaalmntee, VIa ,' 2 shares: For tb. compute cure vt Conch. Cold. "
. : agreements and contracta of every kind ,for f. W. 81m pIOn. Kfauimmee. Ha., 4 ahare*; All Whom May Concern: Asthma and BronoblU and all LnDioomplaJata .:

.( .'" cbnatructlng altering and Improving decorating N. C. Bryan, KiMlramae, Fla.. 2 aharee: Notice l la hereby given that on the :23rd day of tending 'o conaumpUon. UTarworl. Tar and j :
": ... Wild Cherry hare for l''
,-..',., J. ,. maintaining, fnrnlabjng and fitting up P. A Van Agnew, KiselmmseFia,4 aharea: August. P. 1\1111I.\ I wUl make'appllcatlon to eatabliahed reputatIOn as acea a raodard manlalned eonrh an ,

.., I." _.. _ Duildlngs of every character with contractor. F Vans AgnewKiaalmmee Fla ,4anaree, ; the Con nty Judge of Oecaola County SOC an order remedy. It oontalr. 'u no opium. or harmful ; .
7k. : architect, bullden material met laborera 1IL.: Lesley Kboaluiio..1'1a 4 tharea; to cell at private sale the following del drug Price can" .00.b*&UonlTb70oeoarharDI Btei.lFwlili aaietr( to -cfaildmi 1ft

: and all peraona wbomaoever. L II. Ingram, Kiaslmlnee Fla., 4 inareai:, crlbed, real estate belonging to the eatate of ojy ,' fif;

'r1. '" To enter Into make, perform and carry out Z. W. Baaa, Klailmme. Fla., 4 shares: Walter B..., Br., deoeaaed, lying and being altuate : } I p
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any and mil other oontractaof whatever nature In witness whereof the said parties hare In the County oOuocola. and Slat! of

.. .. neceaaary to the ned! and purpoe of thia h.peunfto aet their hand and affixed, their Florida to-wlt: Chas. A. Waldron
;'llf' company with any pereon firm aaaoclatlon or Meals the day and year flrat above writtenN Begin at a point two hundred and twenty

-. 2.5 26 27 28. 29 30 31 32 oorporatlon prtTate public municipal or O. Bryan (Reel yard eotfth of the *ontbeaBt corner of the 4Contracting '.:>"
\ body politic, or with th*Unltod. 8tt; a. or any C. A. Canon Seal) northwest quarter of the north,...quarter or '

.:,,.-.;.' .--. p State .territory or colony thereof. or any foe Chaa. W. Dana ((8.-1) Section two In 1o..I18h\p. twentyaix aouth Carpenter d'J:

elgn Government IT. B. Canon (Seal) range twentr-nlna ..t. thence south ooe- ';'. ...

.: .j OTB--A road hard'road rune on all four aide*of this property. To manufacture, purchase or otherwise acquire Roma ThOlO. (Seal) fourtb mile to lake, thence eat two hundredand and Builder ); \o

::! 1 also have'larger tracts any size to suit the customers.-' From five hold own mortgage sell aaalgn or M. K.te (Seal) twenty yard, thence north one-fourth of .

, '1 acres to 100,000 acres. From a jrardtn field to a cattle ranee. Crop aDd transfer, In vest and trade In, and with good R 0 Meek (Seal) a mile. thence weal two hundred and twentyyr4fe All work guaranteed Pricesreasonable. .f

I I grazing!: twelve months in the yPasNo: mosquitoes fsw flies, lake and ocean ware and merc'nandtoe and property of every J. W Blmpaon (deal) to the place of beginning containing No 't
' breeze Average temperature 42 to 98 degree Here we challenge-10 Claaa, kind and deaorlption" and'aIlOto acquIre.trade W. B. Harris ((8eal twenty acrei, more' or lea*. charge for esti ':

; other locality In he United States!' to show such returns from their truck IDdlstrlc good-will righu. property and aaaet' of C. W. Griffin Seal) All perinni having obJection. to the grantingof mates. "IOsceola .

( s. It is the flowing well, the sub-lrrifration system the climate, the !.llkindgandto undertake-the whole or any John M. Lee (Seal) ( said order will file the earn with the tPaO ..

soil, the sub-soil drainage, shipping facilities by rail and water and the marketing part of the Uabllltiea any peraon firm aaao- \f.r ADM*** ia" 'al; County Judge- on.or before aald date. : E 1..35
condition that thee dalton oorporatlon, and to pay for the same HENRY T. BASS '
produce returns: B: L. LaUy (Seal) ... a6-4t ,
4 Btatemjrxa: : made bv growers: In each stock,bond or other .securities: eitherof t. W.Millar Meal!) Adrolniatrator of the estate of II J. .\ ,*i ii

_,,.:.c, I *rr 'L rsceJd $10,700 for the celery and other vegetables grown on siaores this company or otherwise.To J. F. O'Berry (Seal) Walter Baa.. flr., deoeaaed. .,.

\ In 1908 purchase, leaae, exchange.hire or otherwise L.H. gram (Seal) County

4 .. "1 cut 820:! baskets of lettuce from 11-8 acre of land and sold for*1800 net. It acquire. any and ,all right*, privileges. permit Jr-McPhattev (Heal)

'.1,!( '; ,< "I made about 11200 an acre on celery a year and all other. crop In pro- *, of ranchlaeaaultable, and convenient for Z, W. Baa (Baal) SEEDS PIBLD FLOWER
portion. any of th* of the bniloeaa or buid- -.
.; purpoaea .11 C. Stanford Seal) VEGETABLE Abstract
; I These land will produce from 1500 to 93000 an. acre a year. nasSaU of thia company.To S.,H. Bullock (Seal) BY MAIL ORDER Company -

J \ ,. A few more five-acre tract one mile from Runnjrmede Hotel (25 dow.A borrow money upon any or all of the Arthur. K. Donegaa (Seal) We will ship any order earn day. reoeired., I $

$: :.M'and; \ 92S every sir month till the 1100 is.oald. I[ property ecurltie*of thia company. P. A. Tana Agnew ,-(Seal) TESTED: SEEDS: ONLY neclallalnir. In I o.lDi: ; OARRE,.,... i
BUBPEK'8. TbeBeed.ybatUrow. Manager.Real .
carfare To make aad leaue promiaaory note, bills of
to purchaser of 160 acre, F. Tana Agnew Seal)

exchange'. bondtoontrat.. Indenture and erIdanoe Stat of Florida, | WALTON !SEED...11'CO..7 Plorl4.Ocean. 8t Jackeovronltrr !. estate '
: w's7:: of Indebted_pf all kind whether aerared -j Oaeeola County. | Title '
'l ALYE& AtcWson l Kansas : Bupplioa.. Remedies Inaeoticlde.. Write examined and reported Od -
( by ..onC...., trait deed or otherwiae.To Before _.the oadenlgned authority personally '. for.CaCal....... Taxes pa14 for noo-resldents '
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Carry ooany other buslneaa which mayaealath appeared C. Bryan, C. A. Canon uly TX-fra ?
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.. carried eonaeatle with the ahov. IM. A O. Mesk J. W Old Valle ut ACorrespondence ..
: f. .0'iff on m I I 1M. : lnpion. W. B. papers for sale! at the ,
> 4,; 1 l. \Jainmee after August 5nL and BO* hereinbefore apeoU ally mentioned I !!. C. W. Orimn Joha M7 Z-f-O. f OaceUa. orBeer' -'+n .Solicited.. ;

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Preaching every Sunday morning and :'tatement.Mad. mer-the thermometer seldom going above 92 or 'i t
PROPERTY <
} ; r GENERALJDIRECTORY: evening. LIST 'YOUR under s.KtloD 84: Chapter SRM Laws o KISSIMMHE CONDENSED lower than 46. ...'II'
Florida, ahowlna' th.snountoftaxes charged' It U In the center of the flneet hunting section (
Sunday School 9.45 m.-J. M. Lee to the Tax Collector: :: .
: a. of Oacaola Coupnty.florida. ot Florida, game of all kind belnf found within 0 I
{ i : Of the Churches and Fraternal.Soci superintendent. With One Who has Had Experiencein ; Iwn!, and. to the be aoportionmant oollactad for the of currant the same year to few mllea of Its corporate llmta.It I ),!

Prayer meeting every Wednesdaynight. the aeveral tuml for which taxes have been fads and Figures- Regarding This U the head.of navigation, of a chain of lake .)&.
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t, and riven reaching to the Gulf. This water ;.
; APPORTIONMENT OF COUNTY FUNDS. hundred milna In length and '
route la three
II, --'-'-- Choir practice every Saturday night. Having visited_the beautiful town of To Itovanue amount-aaaeaMd.':' .. 4510 I .71 Gty and County. abounds with 'beautiful scenery throughout.. Isf

: CHURCHES. Kissimmee,.met its hospitable, congenial Amount Collected .. .. .... 4211:! W There has been such a large cumber TeariaU who have traveled the entire continent "',
r FRATERNAL SOCIETIES'. Balance . 81 12 the Inland water trip to
in Osce- it finest
and shown faith pronounce
1 : BAPTIST. . people, our General School Fund- of .euers'rectved'&t thIs office asking America. .
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I '{ Bunyan Stephens, pastor.? I Orange* Blossom* MASONIC.Lodge No. 80 F. & I ola county by buying some of its fertile Amount Amount Collected Aaaeaeed2&.. .. .12.MH>4 HiJialanco BR! 1 for information regarding: this city The following\ are the prevailing: ;
" soil, 1 am now ready to bring some of to be collected 198 1)i' .
,1 Sunday School 9.45 a. m.-N. C. Bryjin, and county that the following\ is pubIsbed prices in this city and county:
A. M., meets first and third Monday County Road-
tl 1 superintendent. i our Kansas citizens here to locate and To amount.d. .. HIH.1 AA In lieu of an answer to each individual '
& I nights each month at 7.30 o'clock in assist in converting this woodland into Amount Collected . sea( OR DRY GOODS
11 and 7.45 m. inquirer and as a source ofknowledge
: Preaching a. m. p. I Balance to be collected 17S M '
; >>' Fraternity Hall. smiling fields and pleasant thoroughfares .County. Special Calico prints > to 7o
7.45Thursday evening. to those contemplating coming -
Prayermeeting To I ..... 7" 80 ,
1 J. W. Prentis, W. M. amount aaaceaed. 3448 57 .4 quarter muslin I
}. ,. ti; B. Y. B. U. 7.45-Friday evening-} . -to help build up the pretty, Amount Collected ,. .. 83U.1 67 to thit community: 4 quarter muslin bleached 7 ttftaS 4
I R. O. Meek, a..cretary.KNIGHTS home-like city of Kissimmee. Balanc.to be collected 6490 8eI 't
' 'I ,Visitors always Welcome. Fine and Forfeiture- Gingham apron check ,
I OF PYTHIAS. Amount Aa-a d ., .. .. 21)8641)' .j KISSIMMEE Gingham Dreaa .. 7 12\te: .
,J PRESBYTERIAN.Sunday Is Your Farm for Sale? Amount Collected .. ,. '
i I h Friendship Lodge, No. 10, meets every 2M 77 It has more than 2,000 population.\ White lawnFigured ( Ifta.S j
Balance ,.. .. .
to be collected 48 66
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a. m. F.I, Wednesday night at 7.30 o'clock in Fra- If so, writeme at.once, giving full and Sub-School Diet No. :ITo I It U the leading. market for cattla \ lawn 2AeJl
w i.; I, Parker, superintendent ternity Hall. amount aaaeeaed 198 78 I Its property la cheap! and tax_ are low. 10 quarter ahoetlng 113 e
complete dl'scription-price, terms, etc. Amount ollecttd 1U! 07 I . 10 iris ,;r"
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Christian Endeavor 6.45 p..m. .. .. It.U almoat totally free from moaqul "
i I T. Balance
M. Rivers, chancellor commander.R. to be collect id 281 I '
till -and I will use my very best endeavor Sub-School:" Diet. No.. 8- It baa a god lira wojJdn. Board of Trade Shirting. homespun 7" 80
ii j No preaching or prayer meeting O. Meek keeper records and seal. To amount aaaeeaed . 619 !04 hoapftabla. .:r
I tp find a customer, and faithfully serve Ita people are kind and ir nerou FRESH [EATS': yV
lat.Vleitors Amount Collected 02O
October \1)3Balance'to I
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-- ---- those who l their land city I I It h. electric I and a telephone system.It Ih., 6 to ItaS13 a '
lj.st or property be collected 19 0.1 Beef pork and mutton per
moat cordially invited to all Sub-School Dial No.. 4- h.. a fine tourist hotel and three commercial'!
services. / Notice of Apcliiiation forTax Deed with me. I have had more than To amount...... 5)512 hotels. LIVE STOCK "

'' .1' .1'; CHRISTIAN. I Under Sections 574 and 575 of twenty-five years' experience in buyingand Amount Balance to Collected be collected mil) &H 5 M It Ia the greatest freshwater flub market in the Farm horacaFarm . tolM '

A. M. Chisholm, pastor. i ii j1t Statutes selling real .estate ariU during that ARTHUR E.: DONEGAN. country. mules ITU I" *XIT.OO >
the General
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Clerk Circuit Court Oaceola Ita soil will produce any variety fruit, flowers
',i Preaching first and third Sundays of State of Florida. time have given satisfaction to those County Florida.ROGERS' or vegetable. GROCERIESFlour
I who entrusted their to me for |>er lib1., to 17.50
.. each: month at 11 a. m. and 7.45 p. m. propersy. It has five churches of different denominationsall
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Not In K, Meal .1.60
hereby iriven that L. Lesley purchaser LIVERWOR1 per c
a Bible School 9.45 a. m.-C. E. Yowell: ; the disposition. fine buildings... " !.r.o
u/ Tax Certificate No. 528. dated 1 -rd Grits .J'
1 For few weeks address will be TAR AND CANCHALAQUA It Is absolutely free from the ale of whiskey
: of July D ) a my 'orn. ___ .__ 1.00 '
superintendent day A. 1'.0. has Mod said certificate in For the complete cure uf Coughs, Colds, per bii fr
other Intoxicants.It
I Christian Endeavor first and third j jM my office and ha made application for tax d*>*d to A. S. NELSON, Asthma and Bronchitis and l.niiKoomplaiDte or any Oata " 711'
has the finest school system of town of
tending to nnabmptlou. Liverwort Tar and any 1:60':
issue In accordance pith law. !Said certificateemhracoa Hay. 11X1' Ibii .,
Sunday of each month at 6.30 p. m. 'I Wichita. Kansas wild I herm, have for ages mautAlnud a Ita sise In.tbe United States.It '
the following described aitu- W hite 6u l.aft
property lat liHhtMl K'aiidaril putatoea. per
4. > reputation an a
and choir : rough is free from crime there not being an ..
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Prayer meeting practice every '
} ated In Oweola county Florida, towiflleirin" remedy. It conta'a uo uulum or harmfuldrug Sweet .60
'I- Thursday at 7.45 p. m. ? feet went of southeast corner Block 4 i, fan-he rtvfli.'with safety to childrenPrice average. of one arrest. a month.It Rice. per II... 1 6 U 80
t\.UO.\ sold o..ly by O oeola Pharmacy" does more express -buBlnesB than any other
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of Robert Haim Addition to KI..lmm..Clty. run Sugar per Ih fIo /
' EPISCOPAL.Rev. I five town. Its alzeln the State.It .
w..t VI fuet, north 1VI" feet, vast M feet, south Chas A. Waldron Ham. per Ib., 180Shoulole.
' 1 David D. Ki<)Ui, rector. I 15Q.feel. has a Masonic a Kn.irhta of Pythias and a .... per Ih Ho

Cervices every second Sunday at 10.30'' The .a..llanol. l being asHeRHed at the date of the j 1", Sprigg FlemingCLEANING Woodmen of the World orfraniEattara.. !Butter per llr.. :If",
It has tHree lines of railway and in on the mainline
a. n*. and 4 p. m. I If issuance of such certificate In the name of A. :J. of the Atlantic Coast Llne..iI..y.It . I Eggs, per doc:? 151.0'.11IoCoffee.

)V f Mo'prayer and litany every Sunday -: Hanson Contracting Carpenter Is on the banks of Lake Tohopekaliira. one per Ib 2tJ i "ayeTea "
Unlftia said certificate .hall be redeemed according | per Ib.. 4(1( 7SoUUMBEK. : jj
at llJtt Conducted by lay of the moat beautiful lakes'on this continent.It .
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I to law. tax deed will Issue thereon. on the PRESSING 3\\
BuilderAll 10 l the healthiest town in the United Statea-
man. :pith> day of Auirunt A D. I'WI. | and I'er 1UUU f "
the annual death rate being a.athan S to the i kPILES
f' . Sunday School-:: at, 3rd and 4th Sunday Witni my official siiftiatura and oral this the | DYEING --- -
I 1.000. .
,V r '." 29th day of July. A D. 1W>9. 1, REPAIRINGLeave '"
., 10.30 a. m., 2nd Stuiday 9.30a. m. work guaranteed. Prices Its streets are shaded with manalve oaks and
4 ARTHUR E. DONEGAN. I PILES I PILES I
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; W. G. Hanking, superinU: > d..nt. Ita boulevards and lawns are covered.. with Bermuda ,
reasonable. No for esti-
I -'k-rk Circuit Court of Osceola charge. word house clothe William ItidUn l'll oimitiiMit' will cur
at End I
55 ,' l All services my .r"" Hlliuf. IIUHHhnK aixl Itrhlnlt I'llef* It ahifirlMti
suspended July
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obcjng County Florida
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'I,.} By S. H. BULLOCK. I I'. t.: I will be called lor and returned. I It is in the center of the orange producing i ) M itrhtliK. Ht inpe, sole aa aluiultiff.
I and August. I -- II I section of Florid ahl"|>pinir hundred of can of Klvo ln lanl ri-llff.. \\,,11 la 1110' Indian ':f'
METHODIST. J'ili' llnliiKMil 1'1'1,8.,1| fur files, "1Illt.hinlJ
'y t 4. - Old papers for sale at this office. 20c PHONE ::1.35 Satisfaction duaranteec the fruit yearly. of .hby private part" : Price' 7k'eud l $1. rl+, Jas. T., Mitchell pastor. unJI'.d.. .1 June 2">-U It has the beat climate botruin: winter and sum- onl Nccola rharniM'j.possibly }:

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, = I IS Tohopeltallga, U on the main line of the Atlantic Coaat Line Ijallway. : is considered. These two orders jointly own magnificent three-story brick = -- e

"y ? a = _- and Is the terminus of the Florida Midland Railway and the Sugar Belt building: in which they hold their 'meetlngs. The Woodmen of the World also.

I Railway, U 165 miles southward from Jacksonville and 75 miles northeast 6 have an organization, as have the carpenters a UnIon. a '

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;+ ,' 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

01 lakes and canals, and three flnt-class steamers make weekly trip between country, not averaging one a month and the county court seldom holds session -

=e this port and points as far down as Lake Okeechobee.: It has a population looser than three day. at any term. Both the tOwn and; county is abso ;1I

,; of about 2,000 and Is growing' a t'a very rapid ,rate. Its street and avenues I lutely free from lie sale of intoxicating liquor of any kind, and the citizens.

a are lined with massive live oaks and covered with Bermuda grass, and generally do all In their power to uphold the law. I''

yc Broadway Its principal business thoroughfare, has 100 beautiful palm' trees I It Is not surpassed br any section on the globe for.evenness of climate a ..4i

? = planted In Its center twenty feet apart, / ''aktDlr a sight beautiful for the eye to .. the thermometer seldom going abote 92 In the summer or lower than 45 Ib the i iS

a ., ,. -Iaze upon. The private yards aud lawns are noted for their beauty. S winter! and the nights are always cool, to such an extent! that one is not comfortable I I xt

1' ," ," : The school advantages of Klaslmraee are not siirpwued bv anv town its unless sleeping under coyer. The humidity In the atmosphere prevents I ,N

t' x size In the United States. It has a High School building that cost $25,000, i it being too oppressive for a person to work thetun' during the-hot J '

i; ; which: is thoroughly equipped with all modern appliances for the Instruction test part of the day. It is the equal of the mountain or northern seaside resorts = ;

,',4 +' r of pupils, and Its principal and teachers rak with the best.. Pupils 'jfradu-, i! as a summer residence, and many who have spent summers in Kissim i

sting from the High S boot are admitted to anY college, so thorough Is their mee declare It to be the coolest and most delightful: place they have ever vis = t

'l r 9 training. Its curriculum consists of every study necessary to equip a student i Ited. Isle almost totally free from mosquitoes and gnats.. I y

v 4" ' .{ for successfully yd aging: la anywalk In life except the art and sciences and Without doubt it Is the healthiest town in the United States-Its annual J'

E. the higher professions. The building owned by the county aDd Is known as i death rate being' less than three to the 1,000 Inhabitants. Fevers'are unknown -W $ I4

{ : the Osceola-Biirh School, although every neighborhood In the county where and malaria of any kind hat never been known to be contracted in Kissim .,*

r i a' : there are a sufficient number of children has a public school with a full corps I wee, but many persons come to the town to get the dread disease out of their\

'I tv S of Competentteachers.. system. The water supply is furnished by a system of a'rtealan well, and, 6 1 1

.t'k, ; Kissimmee is well supplied with churches, there being{ a Methodist, Baptist : chemists who have examined It state that there is none purer to be found any '.

'r .' / i Presbyterian, Christian: and Episcopal denomination. They: all have i: where. Hundreds of persons annually come to 'Kls immealn search of health, $ '

ei'" One buildings and are largely attended i and in every instance have been materially and lastingly! benentted, until it

;J The Masons and Knights of Pythias are very flourishing orders and haye. i has gained the reputatian of curing almost any disease man Is heir to. _

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