Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: September 10, 1909
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00402
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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.: *, ::.IdN tl. :r.rf... .t sale. .f I Cease ,e.a Neye.Mt :,yr-o, ;...3.. .Kissimmee! (.ltr. Pla., September 10 s, 1909i'J", .r . 'Vol.; Xll No., 37

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petenfor' reliable salesmen than- 'Itboee ,1 I PreeperJCblony, a description of I _
j which
; PlAY TIME I IS OP now representing ,Chase & CompanY"r l I I read in lastV ek's Valley Gazette. It THE fiNBTON t EARTH' ;4 4Is

: Then q.'folmtr, : representatives .reo A Meeting. of Extreme. Importa ce. give even a common laboring man a ,

fore continue to. represent Chase & ,, .. .chance to own a homexand,the Prosper :

"')Monday, Kissimmee's five Hundred t tI' Company durinjfthe coming season ex "fJ. Colony people cIoo't..n >out any teny.arold the'Opinion Expressed by Mr. .L. .

Children Will... 1.Iy'Asick ;toys cepting the few cases, .stfOnger: All membef' of.the Board of Trade are urged attend picture jot some otnerTland to E.'Barbean. tefardng. This
brokere'we"secured, or whereiChase : Induce people to come and bu>their :
: and Take Up.Books.. '. Accompany' supplanted a brokerage arrangement . .the meeting oriYMonda'v.nifht: .at. matters.. of'extreme im:, land, either. ,The'town Iota in that - .mOral locality. '

., J_ -}-*\ C' ",' "by establishing- a salaried! Ii portance will be pre..nted.H.A targe!! number: of people are on7_are large enough to build on. I can 1"'" 1\.
The (fntnrev fathers., and ,;mother* of office.- .. > :expected to'arrive in'this; :city'withilt the"nerl two 'weeks, appreciate their monthly payment playa does not'place much store by'the
trade -
Miv Moueer ealled-upoirx-the in I tried it
'i' Mond.i.paat. bird" : c have successfully in Texas. expression of, ''
will persons regarding a seen
Xlasimmee! on. ; all of he visited and found provision should be made for; their t and Mexico. "/ "
. the wood box and doll. in the the markets and proper, accommodation . I 'I tion of country who have traveled over
i trapi trunk land for_ the next eight months ; Chase: & Company's pack'well: : known *, 'I It is-the-Board of Trade'bmission' ,to attend:to,such J! Our cement' block",man has his machinery ., onlyaliratadjportion of this country,.
of and very :popular.' Although he visiteda I' here, and will! _begiobueiness. but '
ech I teacher will take charge when a mail-tike "Mr. L. E. Bar-
the t> J d. WILLSON/JR! : 'Presidentc '
matters. .
marltea-UwS"' d awid. : near the lumber yard.Mrs. .
great many '
Of our beau who has
rei and guide the footsteps .not onlybeen. to.every
the >s '
.' Chase Company's .! ]! .>L, M.'Thomas. moved Intohernew
and ; ;, O.' of
i\ tbe path of true-man .wcHThWls ., R. MEEK Secretary. ; part the United StatesHut traveled
Joutla '
:_ goods have been used 'freely in the pastin house on" September 6th and Mr. extensively in.foreign lands"; sayl
'an' no better public school (fn all ''of them, and .he was very:'much .- < ,1 Cram succeeded! in getting'. into.his the this particular section possess
this gratified to find that Chas A Company' stele day.Messrs .. .
in city. nor advantages td '
this country than i Is the one any he ha* ever.-
building is up-to-date In all Its ap- pack Is generally conceded by the trade Bass and Duncan have moved ited. the statement; is worthy ofBence
The pc4ntment>nd the teacher rank with to be,the best and most reliable ship .Will Be, a. .Red Letter DayKisslnlmeo to Kissimmee from the old sugar plan- : ," -

best Especially. the principe. fro. pod out 'of Florida: has commanded' the tation:;;:: where'th.y have .the Mb Barbeau co&tcta'a 'Urge manefactualngeetabllshmentatSilverCreek '
the "
} Evans \wh is regarded as 'one preference of the trade at all times 'in i'-3 . ..: put three months, rr

. E.of'the M. foremost/ educators ln'th.] south.The ;. the past'and will continue to do so In Will Entertain Thousands at .the.'Big Our Presbyterian brother from' KIa-- but ha* mad his whiter home, herefor'th.
the future This is because the.Hrad simmee preached to a small but -
be held in appreciative fifteen
exerciserwill peat owning
years :a magnificent
opening. "
the High School Auditorium*,and while have been dealing with Chase A Company and Fish Fry on October. 13th.As 1 congregation at 8 Po m.".Sunday.Mr. property on Ingram' island,
for on account of the established McDonald May has bought tweny -, .
will be'wholly Informal.//tkey,will years which is separated from the city by onr
they '
addresses reputation of Chase A Company'ipack t acrel'of land near the old sugar !) a email\ Rack of the lake. ,Before locating ., "t
be worth attending as the draws for the and
the time
well ai
that Chase. A near bigbarbecue points on south, It is safeto
and of, the fact plantation and will prepare to live there bi.4rinterhom
and eloquent, here
will be both instructive and fish October 13th estimate that
fry on at least one'thousand
Company have in:the past handled the instead of on his St. and the music of the hiibeat'.tandard. Information conies daily: to the committee -, people will be added to the throng from Investigated many.localities, but.
in inn
di"tttbutionot' shipments an looked to him ltke too big. a proposition ,'
School has '
his words seemed to
The fame of Osceola. High : having the affair in charge that that source. use none possess
. ;' understanding' the requirementsof to clear . .'
of the talllgeht, way up. ,
' reached to the remotest corners and as!:mans advantages aaICJA
from the north will The
1. thousands west sub-committee on advertising has
have all! The rain are gradually getting'..farther ataunee-and.. ,
families th.-conn
United States, and.many acquaintedwith be here to take part in the"'welcome i taken steps to give the event the widest tryimmediabitsurreundinrit. .... '
of educating and In fact being personally J.' apartand'; we can now,1fOrk.;,"Ylu. ,..-'"'. "*. ."
.moved her for the purpose 'practlcalll".vty Jobber In the; Kissimmee and Osceola county will"ex publicity throughout the entire country, arrre.ter degree of satisfaction.'.'. '- '
.thrtr'children; lw exeeptlonallyhigh tend to the Old Soldier Colonists and allothers and as there are thousands who will, Rev J. T. of theKissimmee ? )It, .Barb.auapen1'th.upatpanbm.r: ,
to the country.Mr. Mitchell pastor at different northern and westera're-
standard is large part I returnto who honor our town with their come to Florida this winter where only .I
now due to
I. C. Chase is Methodistchurcbwlllpreachat ''I '
Professor Evans ill principal, sorts, and return*! tcf'thJi dty about
work of occasion.:
presence on hundreds came' the past season, it is
Northern this '
Jacksonville after a visit-to place next Sunday 8 p. m.All .
around ten for of
but the teacher he ha gathered days ago purpore having ;
excursions WIn leave for Floridaon more than probable many will take the
and Eastern markets. are cordially invited to attend.
horo .
mak- I Is
added- materially in and grounds put In perfect
have very '
him America Mr. John W. Graham is now visiting the 21st of this month-one from opportunity of seeing our'magnificent YA ntaY N=:o., condition for this a ,
ing it the peer of any school' in the Southeastern markets, and Mr. W 1 Washington City and the other from and favored section and at ,the same occupancy winter
( well'aa to attend to other business
oflike class R. Harney leaves this week for a Cincinnati-anda large number will buy time b4 present at an oldfashionedsouthern THE TOWN, (jf' TAPT I
Th cltis.ns'of l this county are very ters. He will leave In a few days forilverCreel4'butwif I,
month's absence, part of which will be their tickets direct to thts- town. The barbecue ang fish fry. -
With I befowTthe"winter "
It $ retdrn
and guard I :
proud of their school spent in reinforSTng"Cha e&: Company1! Atlantic Coast Line will .run..txcunion The bigger the',.crowd the better '
jealous care, and well they should for from pleased will be'our people for there Interesting Items 0"News from eats ,
facilities i in"other territory trains onthe day of the barbecue 1 ,
continue to be the In a social conversation with a tepee
it has been and will : Kissimmee with Mr. W. M. Moseley is local repreaen Sanford and< "rmediate points on the will be enough for all, and the heartiest Prosper Colony's Capital. sentstlv4of 'th."Vall.v.Gu.tte ''Mr,' c'
means of populating will and and Interm di- of welcomes awaits them. ;
tative for Chase A Company and north fromTampa
the highest and bet class of Citizenry ",- D. B. Spahler went to Plant City one_ B..beau' state4tt1at.Likww-pf.-no: ,
be pleased to give any further information 'J' '- -- eon In.ducemenU .' ;
earth offered
A town never mads-a-greater day lest-weekumrbuiMBee. pra that as many
_ thaa.toc.urtai.lthe expenses of_ Itsjoubhe -. desired -as_ to their_-methods of handTTnlffruTtr : !-- B. Beachamof Orlando brought out to both the rich and poor as,, 1;, '
I ers C
school for to it we must look for I Iii The oT old Tang party in, his auto last 'Thursday-some does Kirrimmee "terrrltory ->, '" t

thcT noble traits in our children to be COLUMBIA I .... who were prospective buyers. mediately surrounding' It, and that dueling , rf.\

brought out and'polished to the highest ii A COLLEGE "-... A petition,signed by qur citizens ask- his stay In the north he' frequently*if

luster. The teachers shoulder as much Items of Interest Gathered by Our Representative ing for a postofflce, at this place has advised .persons to move here; ai>ei_ ''

. . Of"the burden as the parent In moulding Will Open September 29th UnderMost {i :, been sent:-in and we hope for an earlyreply says, "this, locality ,is ;full of choice", : "
. a',child's character for good, and they 1 .. .. in the New TowttcfsSt". Cloud. placing one here.. plums waiting. to be picked.4'' '- -;

are deserving of every consideration at _Favorable Conditions. I Ii '- ...A. S. Lenmgton and daughter Marie I As regards ourxlimate': ; he said it wa..,

our hands and should be supported most i We notice from several of our exchanges i be'tm. write. visitors In Orlando last Friday.The 'I Incomparable and that the soil herea-v<
has made to have school
I i .w..anvery bUIIpeopte here at'' :move a : '
I that Columbia College seems to ure -. surveyor Mr. Hart, and his assistants bouts produced bigger. things and.moreof "
loyally. ,
'St. Cloud and a large crowd o'' colei here in tbe nearOnSunday '.
The following list of teachers repre- [have.t ken on new: life and that the have arrived and pitched their them than any_other ,part of the"
'i I niets are expected to arrive this week. I last "Wr. J. R. Powell '
eentourbedt;and foremost people as.[ prospect for a fine opening. on Septem- j tent and are busy and have already surveyed earth with which,> he i was acquainted.', '
ah their hands: I has only just recently come to Florida Sunday;moming we started across Newell, our town.pamter. lias the. "Mrs. M. E. Carter and .granddaughtter past four months and 'everything else)
Principal-R. M. Evan. from Virginia but seems! to be making : lots through the woods to Mr. Barager'sin hotel and printing office painted an s Elizabeth Thomas drove to'Pine. planted thereln proportion.'*,J Mr.Bar.''

Assistant Principal-Miss Sara D. I good in hill activity and well directed' search of news.,with the following :, following up the carpenter, on. his own tie last Tuesday, beau remarked on; tits progressive and '

I U -Griffin. \ I energies. He has already visited I a result: Mr. Banger had his housefin.. house. He seems to be onto his job'' all Spahler can tell you 'how and prosperous' spirit of our people, and de-: f
wereabsent '
1 Eighth Grad -MlslI Lillie Kramer.; great many portions of the state, and l''ished, and while he and hie wife right .. .J where Tie got his ten and one-half clued that there was nothing to prevent ... ..,
.Seventh GradeXMiss Emma Futch. through proper representatives has been. Saturday on businessMr.. Wm. J Jj ji Our lumber famine has, eased up,.to pound fisV wot "at but-at KlssJmmee being'' a 'city of much ..

Sixth Grade-MisVFirsie Overstreet. making a thorough canvass of the State i j Hinds and Wife ''of Elaine, Ky..took some extent=Mr. Bass 'received ,three the lake westX>ere. .''"' .' . importance' In a. short nature it;

Fifth Grade "Miss Albina Smith. for some'months. ''It looks as'if the at.j possession of the house and left. Mr; car loads last week, 'and-expect. *,,two. Miss Ola Murphy' had the misfortune had endowed our town wltfc'" every gift wipd "r

Fourth Grade-Mrs. A>A. Simpson. tendance wilt be, unusually large the,I and wife to still camp lit the barn.:B'I more this week.! \+'::7'1',' iX;; 'Y: "lVlt: ;'s to step on a,rusty,,nail,1 piercing 'her as .thousands, in the '.1 *rtb ;were: '
Third Grade-Mlss Mary O. Bryan; *" coming year, ". "" .' .' that '1IIn' gall then'1am, ,not in,: ,. Mr.-Hatchour'01d, \ : \ German'cornrade \ : shoe'and'suffered(; considerably but. we' casting about for a place in the south to "

-;. Second Grade-Miss Florrie Lawson: Kitsitnmee expects tofurnish, quite a That beats any' of the Yankey I havel; moved into his ,new house: He are glad to say it is all right now. make their home,' we would get our full ... '
First Grade Miss EmmaYowetl.Assistant .' number of young' peoples f orxthis. Insti'Vard of yet. We hope Mr. Barager has a new well over one hundred feet Mrs: Hart; the surveyor spent Sunday share of them as soon as they learned ,

to First Grade-Miss Ma tution. Miss Elizabeth Carson willtteach ; will be able to persuade these people to feet, and his two town lots cleared "In Orlando with, his mother and of the conditions prevailing. here..

mie Woodall. having charge of the Clair of| vacate without having to sail on our I which he will plant in truck. sister. r .

Music-Miss Ethel Wilder. Latihsand Modern Languages. The following ) toVn officials... Mr. Perm"will be able to moye.into. Mr. Bob Barclay and Wlfie- Hyen of BUSINESS CHANGE; '
Art-Miss Eloise Moon. j Expect to attend as students:: While. at Mtv.Barager's, Mrs. ayer his now house soon. / Orlando were callerr Rev. and Mrs. .. "
and Mrs. Penn came,in for a social call. Dr. T1-yer and wife whst i is called ...
Expression-To be supplied. Misses Mautie Alford and Ila Hamilton, i Murphy Sunday afternoon last. '"
.....-- : and Messrs. Mv L. O'berry, Charlie j It seems they started'""wit to"* make social the Chiro practice' n. They 'give Mrl. and Mrs. I. Thomas and daughter . Our Popular fliirdwarefarm Uuder'' <;

I Prevatt. Hollis Frte .and C. A. Carson, calls and to do any g ocl' that came no medicine, And_/* far: have :proven were visitors Pi'e'; Castle last New 'Management.Messrs. .' ",.
., School: Opens Next, Monday. Jr., with others yej-tob ar from. We ''to hand. We are' glad to have. some very satisfactory to our peopte. We /week. '' .
r School will begin in .th. new jligh congratulate these young people> on selecting that are willing\ to act the Part of the don't recommend anyone'getting sick Miss Lou Powell l. Is spending the week ': J..R,. Graves, Sr,. nd'J..R.'r 1

School building. next Monday.morning, so good 4 school:in,which-to continue good samaritan.. This--was, our nrsj just' to try them, but jf 'a physician i is'tHI.eded at 1CIe.lmrneea'p..t; vof her uncle.; Graves, Jr., 'hav*' recently,dlepoaecl'of': "Jot' _
-.September' JSth at';8.8Qf/-o'l
'rents are urged to' send 'their children College a very.bright future. it a woman of the right stamp. Mr.'.Jacob. Hotter putting in a good I .The Horn Bakery" is I ,doing business Graves HardwareCo., At a meeting",,'7 j{ l
'classified 5e more of the same starrfp of his time (In the th stock-holders, the:new owners of !l.1
.' 'on the first day, XK they may be \ many portion lately fishing In Pin Castle as w.l1..alMre.v. ? '
a* soon as possible and enter. .upon SUNDAY: LECTURWit tie among us.' Her father arid,canal His latest catch was s big Channel : i Mr.-and MrsVE: :? F. Collier:and .two th stock.purchased. : ; and the owner of air#

thelr regulat work of the term., SCHQPL motheranaughter will ''be her soon ."cat that measured814ncx'1'1. daughters came down,'to spend. Sunday tIM stock formerly Issued being.. present; "., ,
%.:, respects are Rood for the best year'the from Granada;Mo., and rt likely to .length'and 26i inches In'circumference with the former' brother It 'was, unanimously. decided that 1 the ;

I I' \history of the :Osceola High Be Delivered by Prof. Ray at the make this their permanent home. ,Sine. comjng"'to. Florida we have h..d Mr/ Ed Spahler, ha put 'up a" 'nice, name*.of the corporation .should ;ber -

i _J.ool. and with th.' continued hearty .Baptist Church: : on the 16th.. Contractor Dale andxwife and Mr. considerable,""correspondence.witlupeo.;;' 'barn on hit place and allO"a"n.w:' well.on changed to" the"Oseeokr Hardware; ,.
co-operation of r ',arente,. 'pupit.'andt.eacben ,' .; : Fred Dale took dinner recently with Dr. pie' we never saw,:asking. all manner of l is.and also\ on.Mr. MuphY''Jplae, :' Company. Application .willbe., ,p\ade.
. why : ,Prof.,R/Rutledge Ray will'lecture' atthe V and have to the State authorities at once for this
; there is no..reason we Hyer. questions; cheerfully answered +'Another; Prosper _Colony man ,cam
[ .should not]have.the best school in Flor. Baptist church. Thursday night September Our: people over at the'old sugar mill all'letter and} part of'the time furnished dada Tuesday to see how thing were. change..and. wren It Is made ,an, the .

',41da. : 6 i ,.!f R. M.:\EVANS. K { 16th; at ,7.30 pi _m. /( 1 \ were very ,much .surprised, last. wee Our own stationary u hampa: g 'inC and to help push business. business' or'.very'kind, i together. with
L... *.t i 31rincip: 1 o. l. Hlgh school[: L : The lecturer Is the state secretary of. Mr. McDonald, May an,/old veteran Sonie time ago we received a letter ad' 7( Smithvflle will soon be known as Taft the property of, the Stanford-Canon' ,
the Florida Sunday School l Association.. time in Grave Hardware Co."will become, thef'propertJ' ;'
who spends most of his fishing dresMd to "Yankey Ned, fl'9m'a veteran and a new depot Is promised. ,.
=CHASE ,& COMPANY .. This association is, interdenominationaland the canal went out one morning to look ovec eighty.years of age living in. of the Prosper ; long peopled of" "the "Osceola Hardware
represents ,t erlntemational Sunday after a set line and found gone;-pole I Marietta,"?Ohto, who bought four,shires went fishing last Monday and some Company, .and be operated by'It' .
School Committee this state and all. After looking around awhilehe In our colony" and with ;;them receiy.dfour fish1:were caught but not1' as: many' as .Mr. IL. C. Stanford the able, President
Their force .and Prepar- The subject- Professor Ray's lecture saw: his pole bob:up, and following town lots in.'.the;',l square:north of were desired: ,, "--vMr. of this'company:,Insisted upon be.., .
ini for. a Big Business,This falU.. Is, :"Sunday" I School Afield and up a side ditch he*discovered an alligator the depot hi our estimation worth at Frank Locke' wasp sintown- on Ing relieved of the-dutWof. that. POI; -'
Forces." The lecture is said"by: those had It. Hurrying back to the househe the present time two":thousand dollars. business last Saturday. tion consequenUy,.officer were elected
'W.iHt, Mouser, Salea.t Manager of who have beard It'to bean exceptional got his shotgun and turned loose on He appreciated the information to Such The rains seem to have abated land for th nexpired; term aa, follow; C.' _

Chase A,, Company has just returned ly fine discourse on the work of the It, without having the least effect and ..& \,extent; ...thathe enclosed a dollar bill: planting. I* golng. bn at argood rail.i i v' AiCaron;Prld ntj-"H.: ; J jB:{:CanonTyice '
._ :from,* trip during. which he visited Sunday schooL .In connection with the was forced to''sue a-Wliich.t8r-foe ld to purchase cigars to smoke while tan , Last Saturday was pay,'the; :-Preiident and ALT.: .,.HixocCSecrotary : .. l

.''- 7bout-alltr' different ;markets In' the lecture Professor, Ray: asks that someone Its career.. .With the assistance of.Mrs. swered his next letter.; AS that'1* the Spahler camp and everybody was happy' aid, ; Treapuir.+ Mr Hixon is

:" North,; West and Soutl4 going as, far of oar local singers, sing the, !"HolyCIty'r L.;; .M. Thorns,.-Mr., and Mrs. Upde- first.and only practical "thank, you" I. Mr. and Mrs. L B. Spahler' attendedthe also General manofterge'exped; .,.
|*"J4orthfas:; Canada.. and "The Ninety and.Nips '' graph and two daughters and Mrs.'King have received from a correspondent funeral ?f Mrs. Calvin ,Lock,.00 oral! Manager i fa a ; -

Chase A Company have been making'. Theee two ,sondare-Ul strated with' It was dragged to the house. and 'me5aured since coming. here I can't sleep good Tuesday afternoon.,It.occurring.. at the enc*'in ,the ,hardwarebusiness; ,'' from.,;
shipments oat of Florid'' lor a great 160 stereopticon slide.'k? -9 and found to be- seven feet four' and a* a consequence I am finishing this Frank Lock cemetery near ,Boggy Washington, i Indiana,;:. 'and. come, -very,. : .'

,. ." 'manf yean: and during that time have Another, Interestingfeature'of; the, inches long. 'Messrs.: Hotter,, and May letter at 3 a. m. This old man' good Creek. CoMtEapONbnrr. highly:recommended. :
succeeded In building up a selling force lecture is that It is freeV! Not only free, brought<< It over to town and had it photographed fortune explode* that old saying that The. ,patron of this old and''i.lfabl ,

:throughout the United States and Canada but no collection }will be"taken..,' Professor -: and will put the pictures on opportunity knocks at your door only; Mayor Vetoes Waterworks. Ordinance! ,firm may confidently expect to 'receive:

\ '' which Is composed of the pick of. Ray is 'supported by the,association sale as one of the Eat souvenirs of SLeo : once in a lifetime.. That idea, I believe. In response to. a petition"slgned'by: a the very beat service possible to render, ....
broken in all markets. and does not. have to take and that their-affalrewW be bandied-Ina ..
colt -' Cloud Colony-price twenty-five cents, I ls the cause of man,;a.P'I'SOIfailure m.JorityoUha voters tosu. h- Uetion ; .
,In the larger markets where Chase&' tions._,His L''lectureJsfreeJt la Instructive to Jacob-Hofferragent -, iD1ife->-th 7b e had on. good opportunity the City Council passed /ordinance strictly business:.yV ,TUs. is one of '

Company maintain salaried offices'their:' ; It is entertaining. Mr. CuD was taken very sick Saturday I but did not improve"it and' now some weeks'ago,," providing for the sub the oldest'and best established buslnes-
f'representatives are especially selected .All the churches are Invited 'stn) take, ;night-cause"'unknowp,'' unless It I have abandoned all hope and practicallygone mission of the question as' to :whether' *. '' in*.town. }twas; formed. established -.

,*',for tb.lf.bmt7ncall experience-In part in this service. The lecture Is held: was poison from eating. canned sardines. I to sleep..,Whoever heard of lanes Kissimmee should issue ;bonds for waterworks by Hon, J. W,-,Watson, who wanrr;;
;' Florida\ fruits and vegetables: I! with the approval of"all: the pastors,. He is much improved at this writing..), doing much good for himself or anyone to: the qualified voter. At succeeded by?the ''Stanford-Carson-" ' "

'. ,, One of,the objects of Mr. Mouser's and I i. expected reach alTthe people; ,We met :Mr.. Wm.: Hinds, of Blaine else. when he was asleep I believe opportunity the regularneitingofl the Council .last GravesCompany.- .'" (tTnierr the'xnew

.trip-was vto. 'meet\personally thereof It could not be held in.all the,churchei I' Ky.:, on::.Monday,:and.ourudden. ; : ap follows a person from tbeeradl. Tuesday night the ordinance was returned name, the confidence and thetbuanW of _

; Chase A Company' representative* at the same.time/so.the pastor-:agreed I lbaanee frightened':him..almost Into! to the) 'Irr&";., and if'-you will only; by/t the. mayor, who,statedthat; the public. I Ij respectfully *oUdtedV.withi, ; ..;
4. wiUr'whom he.:: ;was' not already ae.' upon i having it at the Baptist church. paroxysms. W* were. at loss to understand keep your': sari and 'eye* .open'so you hisspnsovel of same >was withheld because the assurance of .prompt' and careful- .

r' ':. .aint and,! to strengthen' the sellingorgsnisstlon.wherever The time is September 16th at"1.30 p, the cause but wbea'w.,'naeh d earl hear:'and: aces: many opportunitieswill the Ordinance,was Illegally passed attention to:' all matter; entrusted to
:, possible.tit. ., the lecturer 'Is R. R .dge, home and viewed-through'the I :'that' < tbie m.' :
i;? m., Ray, looking- pre.ent'thunwlve.; will utpeI'trom and ro.OTJIQ and the veto '.j' '
:Mouser advises that he found on- the subject Is "Sunday School Field and I glass a,_ '. growth' of whiskers everything the'ashes of advent. tytoeom was suetainedj, J a&A8ON2' be ;enfiteientinswer .. 'c. 0.. Browp learn.d'tdIee'ton. / .

|yy .a"'" .very few: market in ,,which .ftf Forces,", the "'admission .is,,free,,..sad t i was made plain- -* '1 < I fort and prosperity "", -" :,-:1.1 to the_Vt_ .petitioned. forth *: ] night. where K* has been' V. '

' would be possible'',jto secure. .. more" com*. Ilkr'ewlw... Invited,:.\#-,,,: w' .Smog .my. ,last-'Mtter:kuDdenian4'. a The latest good opportunity I' see; is slectionT, ' pending several.weeks with... family,'i. .... ...
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ig Bargain >iUd. State. Gsv.r im.nb 4
IP 73a ..Boa4..buPd1JlL4O'1L mo.tL4.leRprAna :
.. ffijf Change M a bj"Uiing :.:
i of Panama doe of necessity* :
/ o'J" ' the oryl o' f bar* of too' but the
Split Log attention", toy
,. .' ; ,, :: : .Honie..,!- .. __..:_ ,- -.. .. ,,, ". American*. '' bo.w.rer.' for' when4 bey I' . ..
: ,. '. ,\ ,:.1., ., ;" ", ... '" find that the .,.baalncM of'th. .'* oe.cae t"! -; .
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Wrj{ e:.... '. ., .. _' DIRECT... EFFECTIVE RESULTS. **! b* facilitated. bj tb ','akln j of 1 I /' ,
-, ""'-' good road tbe- work la then eo&t".f qS. /
, ;; .. 'i ,_, mvacod. Bat It,musts' be remembered 4vOn Lawns '
,. ..,,rr .Dragging a Road ,When Muddy. rills ; : all Figured ; .
that there are DO road at when ,,
It"'il. In" R..uend Cloos* Up Uneven _.
: ', 45: at LakvI1eonthe' l Orange they build they build good ooe., -, .
.-' 1 acres :. Spacoo_ -Perelstent! 4).. .. Dreg Will :
.-- There baa recently been brown /
open and Silk-Tissues '
; Belt Hail way* one 'nllle west of Seaboard __en Make. -r-aft..ut." Hard fturfaoo.It a,new road'la the IIODe'wblcb extends s. Mulls :
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; I! ha'been said that only' 10 percent from the Boulevard Fourth de Julio to . .

r. . croWing; 'ajul, ten miles from Orlando, ; of the roads la the entire United the La. Boca road. It c I'Ancon, canal and Tt 4
I .. State are the main traveled highways: some a sort of .. ..
.... nine-room residence' two-story storehouse boundary line betweep tbe cone and -="--- AT_
---:.- a ) () per cent are the_common. 8 .
Panama .Panama beloj on. tbe right.while , ,
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everyday country.dirt roads. In tbe '- -- ---
ami) barn oti )remises. Ancon is'on the left. Before thistoad -. "
coaaloo. '
regarding road 1mprorem was opened 'road traffic between
'up .
'High pine Innd/sultablo) !' for general 1 I at our thoughts and energiesso Ancon canal zone Aid La Boca i-. .. -. ,
frequently to the discussion bad to travel a route about one and

:'.' and 'fruits. Considerable) tlmer. I of macada mixed roada,brick.,stone and one:haif miles longer than the present .
farming j other "specially; constructed roadbed' route thus causing tbe consumption :

d __ i that the vast tnAjorlty our dirt roads'I of much time In tbe cone'a business'traffic. .K'atz:
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> The present route la what -51
are lot! eight of. We talk about neces-
I' might be called a afaort tut' .
I city for road roller and
P Jce I ,<$<><>. ; road scrapers Tbe road was t>ballasted wlth.crnsMd ...
rock: crasher and
various other
I !; essential :
tone Ita
det-Jce. on completion and baa since . .. ,
roedmaldQ& aDd then
been ballaated.. ao aa fo stand the ""
when we figure out the cost of such long rainy season. This was done toy NONE : '
-A dress or cull Oll _: . ? : :
'. road* at. from 13.00O to ,|15.0 -: ', I mil we oftCDtlnje wonder bow many; atone followed by a water sprinkling .,

.... j I generation It will take for our dirt wagon, after which a road roller went S. .-_,-. .-_ --.. -- ._ ,
.- I road to be: adequately maintained, according over It: The roller'may be seen in the ,

.. I i to'th* best systems. Because: distance. The road la now In a substantial 1 .

': of tbe otter hopelessness of getting condition. 1-2 OFF 12E E!
Tbe republic of Panama baa no
J. S. Loveless macadamised or other expensive 1m- -
I roads and yet this la the one thing
proved roads Jn his locality; In Missouri that will give Impetus to tba business .

!t a man named D. Ward King of ,her people. It U only a matter of
KIHSI31MKE FLORIDA. built a drag out of a log split In bait time when there will be roads

-' ,. I some .thirteen years ago and after through the zone extending from the .- --
-" every rain while tbe mud was soft.. city of Panama to that of Colon. By

1, be drove up and down the road to front baring these the business of the canal i A4INNN'nA wv WNN'KWtNI
one can' be expedited. ;
1 of his farm for half a mile, polling THE NEWEST /VNfJ BEST
Borne one may uk. What does tbe .
jl c.
tbe an angle of forty-five de- . .
one span bridge amount toT Well. It OF- c
&'Tee. Such marvelous
i Improvement means much down on. the latbmuaBO .
resulted from tbe use of this primitivedevice i TOILET'REQUIStTES
N F. L-3ASS that scientific Investigation byroad

.. experimental tbe matter engineer haTi6w guesswork bits been passed Instigated stage beyond and tba.L11& Luv. i Jap-O- N.ita Talcum Powder ;

CONTRACTOR and BUILDER \ j Tbe 9O per cent of our dirt road. In i T ENTYFIVE.CEN S ;

\ / i the United! State, "property dragged ,.... ,
Ask for Sample.Ever '
after a rain "Pan be made almost..

Does General Contract and Building and Furnishes EstimateaojiStructureaQfJcqsjizor / satisfactory during the greater part + i Ready Safety Razor With 12 Blades ]

-_, .. ". : > Dimensions. wnether- -.-. .. i of the. year aa expensively bard sur- |i _
it be a Two-Room Cottage or a Tourist motel. 't-'aJ- t b way.a-and..aLA.IIdIGlqv J..rI
I small cost per mile, carrying from $5j: __ .PRICE.ONE, DOLLAR:. : .. =. ----------.J
Makes\ a Specialty! of boring AR l ESIAN WELLSin to $100. In the light of the lmpossl< l -
which he has met with the test success blllty of macadamizing all our 2,000.I
I 000 miles of roads In the United States I Kissimmee Drug l Co.Kissimmee
/ of any man in Florida 'r
In .
one generation or even In any limited =
-- period of time, and In the light of'' t'VA11
Give him Your work and it K. ; ?>Ss. Plo the effective and Immediate results

_,' .will .be well and quickly done. 1ssinlnle a. I obtained from dragging! the highways,
:'- the study of this method can be I
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--- ', lowed with much profit. I IFlrnt
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f of all. dragging a road when r Bottlingorlvs

muddy' fills In the ruts, closes up un- ,
I Mus Au k Wj re. r 6I .,e.,8.Ala_,6.1k e a6 I even spaces and makes a smooth sure -
Of*course traffic over such a -
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lit roe will Immediately proceed to cut -

1 It up afeojn. However tbe draggingIs .a ,
fxTKlnteHsIn' and tbe mud Is worked re
j GROCERIES 1 I. Into a clayeyjIVe mass and become' s Q. H. PA1'THER. "": ...e>.....'IIT: =..:'

= dry It likewise Dnrames bard Eventn- ''II r st
I ally the_top of tbe coad presents a reMlstant. : K Soda Water. Coco Cola Ginger Ale and All the Newest and Be

I shell-like cnkX of tough mud s ay j Drinks Bottled and Crowned by New and Up-to-DaXe Machinery.:

: as bard a* unburnt brlc > ._ .... ,
t '.''6s'rmscaF'
jII' j- After a- time It :will! be ,noxlced that
road that has been GIVE US A.-rRIALORDEF
a, dragged wjll become
;Q JfonitM ri the Best Sold. r, :" dry much sooner than neglected AD orarco 'AXCOK dun' same. OKBIUHWAT . Ij
. , VBOM AKCOH TO LA. BOCA.froat .
I stretches of In the
d. ", "? ', .,'.. ... ,. ... ., 'It, ;,, ,,'.1 ."It;. rpad same neighs, '
1F''II'f",! !' '" '"I-J\. "'',' i',(.. .:,' \' ;, 'r ,\ .h'M'."" '.N "' ." :Vjt; ,_'. lit I borbood.. The more attention given to Good Roa4. ,Mapctn.. Now York) \ : .
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It dragging a road tbe quicker will It dry. are no bridge when It
j opt ahead of Its neighbor Eventuallyafter twins ou' must wait for the swollen CARSON I. A.'CRA.NPORD. S. 1.Luerna.e\

.. several year of persistent dragging streams

the mud spell on tbe surface of cross. Tb illustration shows a one

.- S. & Co. such..!n road will become so hard that pan Iron brt&ge recently erected In 1
jR.t Floyd 5 evel Vfter a cloudburst of rain a pick 1 ; place of an old >Kjo< en frame MD toe '

5J will with difficulty be made to penetrate La Boca road. It BmTa i wooden floor; KISSIMMEE LUMBER CO' :
the surface for over two inches .upon which a concrete, oor was. laid .
By tbe skilled use of the drag the This 1* the road Into wKteh the new .-
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road can be made high In the middle. Ancon road lead. Houses UKthe distance ,
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n .. The average neglected country road la are laborers' quarters. ML you
-- f1e. -- usually hollow In tbe middle and after advance In the photo you approach
a rain baa email lakes and poola standing ,Boca docks; If you turn'and come bee Rough and Dressed :

.i DEAL FERTILIZERS over its surface, sometimes for you will enter the newly opened road.
many day and week But the Since this road has been open the '
-. benefit of the "abort cut" has been : Lumber
dragged road baring inch a crown, ne
" .j THE CHEAPEST. beds water into tbe stdo gutter taken by many of the general public i ft ,. v .. ;
These fact to tbe uninitiated or who find tbe old routs too far oat of : X t. I

With our loag experience oa the markets for fertilizer matelall o skeptical may on- lint impressionseem the way for quick travel. It may be ,
aU parts of thewjrld, sad ample capital to bay In K.reut-quantities farfetched or exaggerated, but called also "neceaaltjr road."-C. Morton
.1 at Ice most fa,or,ble termi and to obtain all concessions given fur .. they are fact. based on tbe experienceof Dame In Good Roads :Ma azlne. HOUSE
strictly! cash talei, we bay material, a.t thf. loVest oonible oath 4ff SPECIALTYDANN'S'
prices.To reputable men from Missouri to
of the leadlagrsilroads hive laid their tracks to our factory and New'York state who- bare been drag. A Doctor1. Road Work. .. "..,
any ship than can cross the tit.'Jo110. bar can unload at our dock = gingthe country. dirt road after ev Practicing his profession In the country "
10 whether we but at.homa or abroad we secure tbe lowest trelg-bt cry rain.: districts of Lancaster county. Pa. ,
rate I I. made ..t our door The road today in many sections of oftentimes getting stuck In the mud
Our factory U equipped( throughout with labor-saving devices lbere- the United State are BO bett.r than and bumping through chock; hole, Dr. W GON WORE*
for our fertilizer i* bandied at minimum cost. they were fifty year ago even'wltbthe Donald McCaakey and his hired man
Our trade 1 is so Immense (that tbe office expenses are much less per ton with the of the local
labor and money that bare been built a drag help ORDER1
than U .possible In a-maller buslnes Our every condition Is faTorable t HIGH GRADE VEHICLES'MADE TO
them. In localities blacksmith and the doctor himself
expended upon some -
for economy and we IlIeyoll the bene L. While we make -
tba,BB3r! we can and DO sell the CHEAPh : T. '' 4 almost the entire' amount of the drove the drag through the spring REASONABLE PRIES:; v
tax la expended in temporary work.. month,of 1900.. De not only repaired J
Call on our local agent 4 while nothing 1* spent for permanent a half mil of neglected impaaablwyellow .,

1 WATEIIS'& CARSON GROCERY CO. = Improvement with the remit that conditions clay road but he made it likea Blacksmithing" Horseshoeingand Repair WorkkoiA11'Kinds : 1
remain vnchanced. The sooner race track,aa smooth aa a bonlerard.Skeptic '

or address.t we can get: a'system of road dragging ., knocker and "bard belt' Done by First-class Workmen 1J.
n..l inaugurated la every community the citizens, tied to the road making methods -

Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Co. J.c sooner will we_care.the_00..percent of our great-great-grvndfathen'
norilav of our neglected dirt road adequatelyand days, bare 'bad the-scales"dropped J.
permaneB'tty Improved throughout from their eyes snd-hsre become converted TJANN PfoprietoiHKALTH .
_* wvrv ,
vw y g"FT y "g"vc vi whit
they1 hare The
the greater part of the year in the by seen.
-United State.. Donald :McCaakey, road dragging plan bas alnce taken
M. D. bold of entire Lancaster county with

THE fiBflysTOHE i &BBBBE op (HHCHINE SHOPS Increasing power and benefit for good Mrs. Tre&IS
NsadUae Wear ef Roads by Autos.A roada. Farmers all over the county; are r ,
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county surveyor protect againstthe building drag and using them. The ,
habit which many motorist hare one verdict they pronounce upon the
LOLL, Proprietor.FairbanksMorse of doing the majority of their driving effect on dirt roads Is: "Why did we HEADQUARTERS FOR,

AcailNT: "cu" on the crown or center of'the roadTh. DOt know of this drag plan before? It NoDMyb.
.. method of driving; mean that work a wonderful transformation.. Confectioneries
'one portion of the road' takes all the 1 National Stockman-and Farmer.' :. Cigar!
Gas Engines wear and naturally. of course, get Tobacco, Stationer

worn Into rut anfT ridge If tbe Retired Capitalist's Mission.. .+. aasaem Pw.L arse rvrrv Souvenir Post Cards
---' and Irrigating Outfits. traffic would spread Itself and. make Colonel Nicholas Belly retired capItalist eF.orr1wo..wwi e..d.sad rnaP u.ndh e. a..d.f cur our rasa rase0.iL Etc. *:

.."1 V. all that portion of' (. road from CUtter and politician of St. Louts "I i

4 to the'top- of tile crown take a paaaed through Montgomery Mo., recently FEti1 i t0.,OIIelr,MuM. Fine Box Candiea'a Specialty/ *: ;
': AUTOMOBILES RENTED OR REPAIRED bare.of the wear,road' mrface would ; Ina, motorcar on tbe way to
last much longer and would require Seattle Waah. lie la,gong over the, '
'''f'* ,... lea* frequent repair. In these day same route he traveled with aa ox ,JB 'M. WILJLSON, J ..

ARTESIAN WELLS DRIVEN ANY DEPTH when roads are made almost flat therein team forty-three; yean ago He was :
no excuse for this habit of clinging1 then sixteen year old tbe same age MOTT'S .BI>VSI I.S PILLS } NOTARY PUBLIC.., .f--:
to the crown, but where road are aa bill eon Christian who la driving n.cre110II and tome restontMTS for mea *( STATE AT LAaOE. ;;
'toade'with '. gnat deal of camber It the motor.' Colonel Bell la teUID.fariDer. .ad we..... prod_?>tronKta and vitality, Real Estate / '

t' $IICit all Kinds Repair Work to perhap* excusable, aa.driving on. 'a along the way of two thing .builds.... np lor the AI.system br dmatri't sad rn or by.sill 11.00 normal pr Agent' .P; t s&&!

Jootlnnou slope, In the mere' ,of that win.make them rick and happyrock .PMrw.....S boles...vrr .rot $4XX.( BOW only by Osooola I riSSIMMKE. c ,4-.i
/X.vf pleasant tads and motorcar.
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. '- \\ .. '-1 Florida' .News' Gondensed. University_ ot Florida: ; :Florida. :State '!College' ,'

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1eadyFor the: 1TEMt.'F' INTEREST GATHERED FROM -------1( An by InMltntlon 8tetesnd, ot FEDERAL tbs:FRONT FUNDS RANK! lot, ":;Fish Il r..r'T':. .II e II...b. .,

..... '.._......_............._..:..........._.........._..._ _........__. .. r.' .: '.,... : ,.NEWSVAPEH3. .. PUBLISHED. IN THE Ida 'ouD.Me u.. A.College without a parallel In'tlll'ronth' of> _)..
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Quarreling -
...:: 11' :. .. E. H. Waters of Gainesville warned 1} In a game of akin over five In Arta and Scl.nen.,r1ouUarU: Chemical,' | trl\l Al"slit. ( I ry.1,

-. plow . .\r $15.60: for selling: near:; beer .*! sTX Cents George Cobb shot and! killed Wiiliam Law Civil:Normal E' Lrleal School and )N Graduate>obaplcal ftchool JCDgloeerlnn#l IV.. A A H-hool School- of of Fine Kxi>rMlon Art. " :'

.. .. .. .... ? ; Allen; both negroee, at!Williams fcxpeUMS EzeeftdlaKly. Low.Xfor cataloguewrit 'No.V.AtKshool; tuition. Other forTeaqherfc expenses very.' Iqw. For" 'i 1
-* a.......ewM,--..-... \ The 1 09.10 term of the 'Lakelandhigh's turpentine''camp,;,near--A; metrong-on \ *to r r fart6erlnformsblonaddr.IA } ..,
'. V .*. btt()l.....will open oit the 20th. the nightSrf Auguat,?7th.. Cobb made "
I ... his :%. A. Murphree) ,. A. JVT.. LLD.: Edward Conradl. M: A.* Ph.. D.
. ''f' 'I .... e.cape.D.aytona.) '
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'' Tba Tamp Timer received $2,000 for J. PRESIDENT. .c PRESIDENT-}
600 Acres of Muck Land Sameas ., ..
rubllshint- the delinquent tax Hat. of j.? ,. being..a well represented: .
.. illsborough[ county. union labor town ..there I is, a movement

St.: 'Cloud-Cut Up I Into t i '.*, qn foot to organize a cooperative stow ........... .....t ........-, ;;

..A tV"-ton ice plant la to hfe installed- ...ther'\ Anrt "* A m..tlng.lU\l\n fjvho rigid .. .
. . on the line of the Winston & Bone Val.' definite plant will be. arranged'aqd.l a a-cOLL.IN'S- CC:::)I..LEG :- '

: Five Acre Tracts ey'Railway, near Mulberry manager agreed on. x ; ., FLORIDA'!* OLDEST:: COLLEO \

I' Baldwin +, College Academy and Schools of Music, Exp> ssion Fine "A' '
J A site coating $7.5001 has been purchased -I Benjamin L. aged 81ye.". .
- .. ;-. --' ." , ..-.-.... ..... - In Live Oak Ey the United Statee died at..the.National! _Odd..Fellows Sanf.ftaflum > Arts Domestjc) and Industrial- Arts'-and'Busufogs.N -. ".:j
; \ government: for a new postoffice.The . at Gainesville\ on August 26th. t .Cainegie: Hall and third men's dormitor: now completeaieleo- -.;f '

"-" [ He waa the oldest Odd Fellow In the tr o..HIlD1., steam and Lurnace heat; tares faouliy; ; perfect neUU . .
: .. ,orange growers of the southwestj'j state,VaVing; been a member of that. order .. eonditlonsflne;' m. athletlo gelds, boailne, tennis courts, .'.'.J
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'I "" golf links; baseball football and basketball teams champions of\< 1
ern section of Manatee county have organized fifty-three years. Florida loJOO9. Nearly a quarter of a sultan dollars endowment; /*
a .kb-exchange; fora I moderate Christian but unde it
The is ami-applied expenses ; scholarships available ,
platting now charter. !I The board of directors of the Wau- .oomlnallonal;"stands for '.
I chula Citrus Exchange'have awardedthe
, The sheriff of Alachua county has Contract! for the. building of'a packIng .
\ completed'and been presented with two fine bloodhound -, house to cost $1,600-end also ordered Catalogue. Address the President; .

, -. ..x .. )pups? which he will use in tracking -: 10,000 reams: of oran wraps_and _:| Win. F..Blackmail Ph.D.. Winter.-ParkFla.t' M\

criminal 250 reams of grapefruit paper.. ,... .. .
named.KiSsipiiiieeI1anIens.. senior ..........................
The L. & N.' R. R. has let a contruct: W. R. Morton dispatcher fOl k.

.. to deepen the 'water' at I its wharves at. the East Coast Railroad, haa been :appointed .
Pensacola to 28 feet. The work will. '
trainmaster the first division,
John B. Stetson University l
cost J100,000., to fill the vacancy caurfed by the death
c of'W. E. Steyens. His appointmenttook .. LINCOLN HULLEY. Ph. D- Utt; D- LL D- PresUeatTHE ". "

.. The big buck deer of the Ocala oo effect the first of September. BEST SCHOOL Mo"S& FOR YOUR CHILDRENBEND : ,

severely bruised up Chief Hamp ChanKbera
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of that city, who was to ;: .. l'
trying ([he Waukeenah watermelon seed I 4* Professors and Instructors College of Liberal Arts"CoUeMpf
.. [ prevent its escape. '' crop-fcas been gathered and the growers 17 University BuiHIngs ; Law, :,

............-...-.. ... say Ht beats cotton; as they get two i iI 28 Acre CampusS8tStudents CollEge ot Technology t, ..
There i have been erected recentlyfortyfour 1 Last Year Coll KSJ of BusinessPreparatory a
expense. S251.HSN Endowment AcadaonyNormal --- ,
houses in forthe
new Mulberry \ 15.M*Voluows In Library, and Moxtol Schools' :
accommodatipn of negroes, and every -, for making patent kidney medicine. S1',M.... Pip Organ School of Mechanic Art, -- .1'

one is occupied. -0- .t LargeL.bonlorieaforSclonce; School Musk ...
J. M WILLSON..JR. Unsurpassed General Equipment School: 'of Fin Art .....
The military ordinance granting the< ._................-lor M4 ......011- sad ........nweYM "+
mat resat
ESTATE Citizens of St_ Johns county are organizing National Guard Association of Jacksonville "'-'-_ MS mt MctniM.-font.... For........w views, tar ...............- .Sr sees ..... ..J1. j'
REAL AND INSURANCE an association for the purpose : the right to UBe the st>eets of that JCWN B. STETSON UNIVERSITY D.L.AND. FLORIDA: '. i

of assisting the game wardens in enforcing -. city for a military carnival oqe week .

the state game laws. | during the month of Novembe 11109, :
was passed unanimously by the council. .j
Albert Marsh who lives near De-' : .... : AGILBEFrr: :
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- and.-.e identlly hot his four-year-I i Soon we will be eating meal made >

8or old daughter on August 25tk, her deathresulting from sound Florida grown corn and NN '

.. ,in about. thirty utel. : there will be no pellagra in this state. ..... .-c4
: But the disease has unquestionably .

J San .Juan Garage Co. Fish shipments from Punt Gorda for i i spread in an alarming mariner in other \' CONTRACTOR and BUILDER

the week ending Monday August 30th I I sections of the -country.-Pensacol1 '::1'/

amounted! to 8 solid oasis and 134...barrels -1 I Journal '
ORLANDO .i aggregating 218,806 pounds. ., Plans :and Estimates Furnished,
. l I Much regret is felt over the death of :" r
vx :
._ _-_____ According to the Fort:Myers Press, a Dr. B. C. Bonchrnuit a 7nemberpf the

building boom has struck that town, I i faculty of the Florida College for Ww --- G E N T FOR: .. '_ "I------.
S Agents for Studeb ke.-.E. |tf. F. "30" Three hand om* banana have been or- men. He war Afflicted with tuberculo- .. '.
am and went -Arizona and Texaa for
dered built by recent purchasers.
l The Famous Menge Pumps for Irrigation and Drainage 60,000 to' :
and Studebaker Flanders! Au- his health returning a short time ,ago _
S l.eOO.OOO Rallons hour. A
per ;
Where he died. !
i Ashevillas
tomoblles.p The prataium iMta for the Marioncounty I Gasoline Engine, 2 to 5O H. p team Engines, B. to 200 H, P. .*>
fair, to be held:at Ocala Novem-
S j* Boilers Any Size. ..A{
Japanese! persimmons now
..s ber 24-26 are out. and a copy will be appear- Stamped Metal Shingles Ceiling I and Outside Walls. i r I
mailed to any arid wes application- ._..I I ing in-the markets. This fruit thrives, .. ,,. = Any, Design. ., .
--- ----- --- -- -- -- -- - -- - .
Ln General Repairing by Expert "Mechanics. ,, ?j well ia .sonre parts of the state. ,, T

. '. Full Line of The annol convention: of ,the Florida espeeialljr: mt Moultrie. L: L.. Simme", IRON t FENCES AND MO UMENTS'
il Suppliea.Office .- 1 1rtS Retail Hardware .Merchants' Association who has a grove at that place, harvested - : : (.4.sMIL

: will be held in the Board of Trade even a large a larger.'Crop>orop.,last' this year year'and, reports .- '. I . ...... ... , t.... _',
rooms at Jacksonville on October 12th. \ '
nf Rear' of San Juan Hold ,-. .S ; -.'-- : ,'. ., --- -' --:;: """" "" "'" '" j-i: "
Garage 'j:
; . S Miss, OisnBtancp: Barli ng,. a young lady M.. ::. ,
of has
Mayor Wymaa Bradentown! tANi T MA. i1 '
of St. AogUBtine, accidently shot her-
"S 8. given notice that the ordinance, prohib- edt recently; resulting in instantdeath .. '
cattle at large the .
iting running on She was alone In the house,.and it il MACH BROS. ....
.% VVV VVV streets of that town will be strictly enforced ,
rV VVVV -opposed waa removing a pistol t from '"

.... pee room to the other, when in some
- - -

tt- -- Taw yv -- ir' .>vr>*r>vr'9'1ilfrw + At a mABBmeeting! of citizens. in Arcadia :I scanner the weapon was discharged. I Livery, Feed and Sale Stable. i ift x

NORTH KISSSIMMEE: < PHONE NO. 8. : on August 30th candidates for I The FlQnda State Mid-Winter Fair
offices nominated be voted I WOOD-:-DRAYINQy
city were to -
AtsoeiatNDt has been reorganized and
'. for at the coming municipal election in, .i will be under new management the Everything is New.aDf First-CJass. We wiirA l
.f that ,
C. Griffin city.Sheriff coming -whiter. A, contract baa beea< I
| .. ..... W. ]= Prompt.andSatisfactory - -
; Longford of Bradford county,1 approved tat,a big racing plant for J.he] r, Se' a"l
or Night. All Kinds
j Ion. hundred day: a' meet Which is to be- vlce.DalY' ,
i on August 28th.; arrested a negro namedJohn ,
cia Deaett 1. It will cost aboutt envy Hauling / '
jt| ; Fancy Family Groceries J Garland, who was wanted in South $14>>;000. .. .'
Carolina for murder committed eight A SEAMAN'S OLD' STAND., /' PHONE: 113...
\ ... ...... 'f
yean ago. """"
,: Fresh Meats. T. Ile4.said. to be a Koreahah,:
drowned the jetties at Cara-
was near
. The Clyde Mine ...Staamshfp Company
\ :
" Del Every Daltio anj Hour. Patronage Soflotted.ratsOsienatkafarrAradcar belie oa A-iguU28th ,.At the time of -. .'
.,. 'r oer1. '4 will spend over a half Million dollar in, ::;

.......-.........-....--...... .- -ttrak.eaecs \\the erection of t Uillla*,lad when near Carra-:

' .. *"<*.'.., ... ',.. ." "O .. ,r! .. .. ,. ," ulldings. on die Si.' .Tomarlver at JacksonYilU. pteanser belle ciimked on the outer railing of the Sd4NY) SOUTH ST ltBUES-;

..".OO+O+OOO4tOOOOO boat and either jumped or fell over
a4a .
< .... ...,....
body-is :
board. His not been recovered.TbeJOaanl ". ,,
R.T. W. F. Head, paslw of the Baptist 'K.-tt.' .f ; .-
.: 1"J ,church at Puata Gtarda, died on August L. H. INGRAM. Proprietor. .' 1 '.
City(Council voted for a .
: : ; ., Blat after a abort illness. His re- < 1.
: levy of biry mills for this year Thisis .
maina' were taken to Barmisville, Ga., '
for interment.Gtteen divided _. follow: General fund 10 Livery Sale. and Boarding.

"' ST...CLOUD. FLORIDA : mills; repairs and internal improvement .. ,

t.itch HZ"THE i Ford about T] 'y"BN of age, food. 10( mills; lighting city 4. :---,
mills] interest debenture bonds 4. mills "
NEW COLONY STORE i ifi the was Florida run over railroad by an,* near excursion hi*; home train on at sinking; fund 2 mills. The expenditures;< Well equipped with New Stock' and" Vehicles and prepared B
all demand
Kirkland on the night of August 29th, for the year are estimated at$43,669.92. t.o. meet ,.. .with I peifect satisfaction.

.and....--.Instantly---killed.-- - -- The I.election held in Ft.Pier,. August ,
fi GrUceries:4nd'l Q e .raL Mer halldise ; 'ne'"t.-.:;Ao- Daytona. school I 81st"to determine the will_ on of the- HEAVY, : HAULING-? :spEcjij. *

1: aub-district have ao far been unable to people in regard to granting an exeluaive BROADWAYPHONE ] 02 ..... .
L secure bids on the new school building franchise to the St. Lucie Ice Co. -

: dM! : SaVcs. on eyerythlnR' on want. ; 'which'come within the limit of the appropriation for the establishment of an electric ......_ .
.--- --_.._..
' light plant in that cityTresulted'; the -- -- ....
of 142,000.
, .See our goods before> -buy Ing-elsewhere. .f :, '
proposition! being overwhelmingly defeated WHAT- 'MEANS -
t. I I
l Money sared Is made. Don'tthrow
money A the the vote being 21 for and 44
negro by name of Alfred D'avia. "aOT people do not know wb... aoL'! .
, ,0 It -0- Capital La tor,or Iha
. dlRareml
away against. t I a bank of little -
1 but generalfy'known aa "Raatua, fell I or D"oaptIAl lad Qa.with a lame.pltal.
i.tOt t. tAeents for, the ,Famous ,Phenix Safe. It '0 I overboard from a lighter at Braden- I A BANK'S CAPITAL AND BORPLUS
town on August 27th and drowned. The varioua committees working on I U.tae fud char protMU UM depalbw from loss thrfora' the Tarter It .. the
Fireproof. Special Prices.jCTLY was .-.r protection tb.depo.tton b..... rhl beak. b.. a
: Hia body; was recovered. the program ot entertainment lor the (kphal of "" .........,.,-,., .;-- ...--:-:a: , OOIJJurpoa - ', .. -. -
#. ....... . .
Hll. old Confederate veterans to be held tend n ... ..,111,001I00
IE Live atookboUUn'ILWIlty ......(..... .::.. .. SOeooe0 .
Oak in "
W. & Warren of Waucbula has put at- October are holding I.,

up more than five thousand.cans ot: vegetables meetings twice a week .The people of Tbl.means chat A Iota...! ., ...lj. ...... -.....1131100-eo''

, 7 tt alnee spring with a small home that town aretaking much interest In MDL. Tbis p-.loa la'OI'm..t4weI1SWaw YOC : beto our depositors -W I.... a ,.

i.I'r'L'-: '''' r" .. ..,.. r ... -P. r S' .....'+s.....'" ... l. .. ....._ canner, for which he la finding art'ap the'reunion, and what makes it of especial STATE. BANK OF KISSIMMEE t' ....- ..y V --..
.LOW..' preciative bom market-Florida'Fruit interest just now la the,approaching .
6SED'S I PIBLDVBOBTaBLB W.. !S...HAP WELL and. rVodue News celebration of Admiral, Semmes' KIUltlMa.C2".D"-op,_ 1 ...-
. hundredth There "
'BTJI.ur.OBDDv one birthday. are : '
1\W.will sbtp any order_n. day as .......nd. REAL ESTATENotary A drirer and two mules were drownedwhile only three men living In Florida who C" A. CARSON President L JOHN VIP.ldaDa M. LBK: N. B. CAB8OWOuhto

'f''.;'l'.PTED. 1fOB1'JUI'8.'TIae NEED: 8 OALY.p.ilsBarn 8..d.7aar OIOW.". In attempting Jto ford Haw creek. surrendered with Admiral Semmes at .. .. -.....- .
"AL70t1.BBD,, CO.7 OceSt..,Jacksea.fw .- Public'at.Largo The man had,been sent fromEspanola Greensboro; N'.-C.viw188B-vlzr "Judge ---- -- -- y--- !"
< f.*'" -lltei Fle-iaa. with a load of lumber and of Jacksonville ,
: waa returning A. O..Wright S. : .
. :iiBmedlff.IneeeUel4...Wit..1 .. .CMHc 'orer itoberson's 'Pb&r1ll&C1 to that place:when the'accident occurred -1 Herring of Tallahassee, and'T. J. Ap-
or Q.t.v..4 .J.. . .. We do but Job"X
H' 1Fd
; '"' ( nothing fine :
I'>... .' . . ,-' ? plerard of Lake City. : .
," i ft,' :l, r ,

'(' .' ", '1\,I' f. *.." ." \. .;?,:. .',tt" n, -7' ".. ,h...,'i. ,.'. ,p-. "1$ ,. .., r) ,1r r ( 1'I.,. ,f"'<". .'Y. .. . 'I r..'.. " .',{'f. .">' :""' ',","".'L'/' ..... 11./; .' I' '.,jt, !....' . 'f._("1... .". .' ..i', "., "

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'''... ". <. :; -'. ,I ,r;:, iW' '!>f.\: .1 '/" , < '
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The i Kissimmcc. Valley Gazette t I Js It a Charitable' Organization? longer: needful:, that. almost' one-third: ti-I UP' AND DOING -THE., CORDON BLEU.. FAMOUS BULLS.- .. ,-.. .-/
1'0 Institution of her entire population I I. enrolled in "
There or enterprisethat *
p" leboras Daryl to'upll. !>{. public schools and private colleges''; that ; At First anlOrdsr: Per Woman CeeMv Oems Mum th* Hue of'C! mmii_'
'1'U1ILtS1IED'1tVnT"7JU WJLT;-- --- owmmu- Kansa .1r .w'.I..xV_ , ., 1n1 Fr.m Pulpits %> '
nity aa does the local paper; no institution >Iftntt*f lilenty-awrth.triw:: IS-the'Rallyio, f CrT c or floridia - -,EtaWiehed - The 'common < m.CJ1t.rhne
Of flee In Valley Gazettp )Building.ICI881MMEE. where! the When hear mao spoken of as house of ( *, ,u .
: : enterprise' or individual that gives ..on gl l be exJat. a more.o'ber. :you a .. ..
been expected, ha* contributed
Right know he Is a a
-- .OSC!OLA CXUnm. FLA. as freely of both time and happy and prosperous! people-all these, Kv"cordon: bleu" yoU
.money share to amusing
bar fair a very collection_.
'great cook but..few people any
'i the betterment of'thef and a multitude of ther factA a* pregnant We have received the following'mes ". ..
community -. Idea orxhow and when the expression of "bulls. It' wa In one of .th* debate -
W. B. HARRIS Editor and Prop'r. as the local'' paper; no corporation and' patent a* these' compel students sage from the leader of the Anti-Saloon originated. The cordon bleu wdff at of tbat'bodr that the' late Cole "

firm individual. i* al1etuPQn as oftento of government the world over to I League,; and would like for' it to be I first an, order for women cook. It nel Sannderson described, Eastern non:

SUBSCRIPTION'R.ATESi? render assistance to charltable, bus- search deeply for the. causes of ouabounding r carefully read by the many reader of was established by. king which mella a* "man ebougb to take bet
l' O. _,.. .... . . . .,..... SI 40Oee prosperity and most of-these I In defense of a certain <
{ e_, eta month.year ; *.. .. '! to Inefes or public enterprises as is the-local ; this paper... make It a' real vproner 6rdl!r. Louis land" threat-;i.;
. paper ': 'wv students have correctly divined that the, To the Florida. Christian Endeavor XV. once assej-tedHo Mm*. du Barry ned rla'bt..l -f.v

,r: All _munleatlon.. front our i..urhe.ed "". If an. enterprise of ,any-character i* prohibitory l law and .more',i particularly. .Union-Greeting:, that only men: ,could >wk really well. An Irish member of parliament once

:.., Rejected oor.-s-od.matt. .will must not I..ign.d b* returned. by.tIM writerr unleu. undertaken the entire community look enforcement-hasi. had 'much to'do At the'request of your Secretary and The famous beauty: chatWeed. the assertion declared that of-jtbe outrage reported
'. .d fm' With the felScJtous conditions in but tbe king .Insisted that be 1 from Ireland three-quarter were. ex '
." _,, ,__, to the local paper to.boost It. present responding ,to the Impulses of my: ,own ,.
was right-that women might be all aggeratod.and half had no foundaUoo
, )II Entered. at the Poetoffie In KUelmmMi..., .. If a public celebration is to be held the Sunflower State. .orl"'J heart I am to issue aniK statistical
computation that
for fOct.a
tight boiling potatoes performing'
.eond-e. mall l matter It in trite but
.... that will attract hundred to the town, true this word of greeting to the hosts of
..... ':;P-- ------0.=-- -= =-- : ,'" : the simpler operatlon\of! remind one of another Irish memberof
. thereby adding greatly to the receipt intoxicating liquor can not be used young people of the Christian Endeavor cooking but that when It-ea-nne to parliament who declared excitedly
diiv.;, opt: ]u.. lUU':>.- of our merchants and hotel keepers the .by-the'spenderrwbiiyTanhs,, to build Union in Flbrida.My p ea for your -work-:of art U took A ----- :>t group o2Te11o'w en-"hnlut--''

local gaper is expected to place,lts.columns homes to erect: business houses, church> activities can be very briefly made. Soon after this argument the royal to, convince you that -.there'Isn't any

Klesimtne'ethe! City of Gardens. at the disposal of the promoters. es..high schools and colleges nor to buy It can be all summed up in one sentence 'favorite Invited tbe king to dinner. truth in half, the He they are telling'

. free of all cost. pianos,.automobiles horses and carriages "Up and Doing" .Is\ the rallyingcry He praised every dish; be even expressed about Ireland!"

-J' ,We are still "of the opinion that the :The. .J.Q .!iLP.apt'.1J is expected to flatter: ; yet these material evidence of for Florida right now. In.thi* con- 'his august approval of tbe The bio phyof pean Hook recall
JocaT newkaperjs the> esf Tex tbooKThar;. the'vanity of all the citizens, but never prosperity are now as common as the nection; I want to call your attention to menu a* a '. 'bole. !l'bf'1bl.* hostess!' 'a' certain: minor"crinorj"who used to '

could be used In the public! ,schooln. mention their faults boost sunshine It..lf.wK"S'rUBB. two editorials triumphantly.:announced ,1'0 him that preach at the cathedral When Hook
; every recently printed by two
. -. -- the entire. dinner bad been preparedby was a boy at Winchester school. 1Dy
echeme.whether good: or bad, and advertise Governor. of our excellent Florida. papen. The
the of
from arrangement
Strangers arriving in the city-irtate women one of his sermons there occurred the
that there is twice as much business free of all cost every: social!, fraternal We Have the Stalk as Evidence. first is from the Orlando-" E'porterStaranli the. menu and tbe selection: of Jhe striking reflection that "wfiat la Impossible :
and business happening.And ia a* follows: tbe preparation of the sauces .
never be and seldom
done here aa there. is in .any other townJn can very
. the south of the same size. .. We knoWn w where Jack's BeanStalk ; "W AI'I-it.: strikes us that some of I and the sweets and the serving of tbe come to pas.* u

.' x When the occasion arises that it beebnvei of nursery fame grew. The the Florida papers that urged the people I several plat Accordingly... claimed Another discourse wa long remembered

Things are moving so fast and there necessary that an advertisement Kissimmee Valley Gazette recently told to '"walt" ere they. adopted mean the foundation of an order of merit for for its pathetic lamentation. '

is so'much work going on in Kissimmee of i legal} nature .must: be Inserted in a story of a little collard stalk- that urea looking! to state-wide prohibitionand her female cook and.' The tbs claim cordon was bleu at the degeneracy of the age:-MO temporal

_, that our people Couldn't.spare even one. the local paper by an organization the grew l in the soil of Oaceola county, again urged them to "wait" and wa one first granted conferred the women of O mores' What time- we live Inl!
hour to celebrate Labor Day. local paper is asked donate four-fifths which story'is going-the round of the not force the discussion 'of the'"disturb- Mme du Barry's'kltchea upon . Little boys end girl run about. the':

'II -"""'= :. of the price to that organization.We press and which we believe because the ing question*' arc not "waiting" very Gourmet. of today would be Inclined! streets cursing and 'swearing before

,. It is the opinion of many wbd. keep) refer to the local Citrus Exchangethat Gazette didn't wait until..the first of much themselves They do not hesitate to say that .however great tbe cook they can either walk or takl"! But,

" tab on how political catsjump that was rE-centiyorganized in this city. April next to publish it and because the -to- Furry, hurry, hurry to cry. of kfme. du Barry may have been In the Church of these of violent England contrasts bal no.monopoly for It-

William Jennings Bryan' will be the' We are not fully acquainted with the Gazette's reputation for-veracity I Is be "failure." -_ their day, the dictum of Lout :XV.
was at a City Tempi meeting not
Democratic nominee.for President in inside workings of that organization, yond question. The facts about this Certainly no one who hears this greet- would be true today. There are now many yean ago that a speaker exclaimed -

1912. ..,. i and can not say exactly along what vegetable marvel are contained l in the ing has failed 1o note that the great few great hotel or restaurant. in 'the : "I find my time I. already
which '
world In cookery 1* a fine art
.' It I is possible the voters of Florida! are lines it does business but we have been following paragraph: "On Tuesday of papers of the state of Florida which are where the chef 1* not a man.-New. gone. Therefore I will keep 'within

taking Claude. L'Engle candidacy for informed that those who organized the this.week Mr., Joe Nimita, who lives on" taking the side of the liquor question in York World. If-Windsor Mcgaslne.. ._ ,

the Senate much more seriously than State Exchange fixed -upa scheme the Miller place about'one mile east of the controversy have urged In season -

are the country newspaper editors over whereby the county papers throughout this city brought to the Valley Gazette and out of season that w? on the prohibition HE COULD DRAW. POSED THE DEAD MAN. .

,_ the state. Florida w'.re to be requested to advertise office a collard stalk that measured ten side let ill agitation go for not .

the "Articles of Incorporation"* for and a half feet in length, and stated only weeks but months to come. In Artemue Ward on His Own Cenneotlen Scheme ef the Gamblers In Crs k-

Hon. S. M. Sparkman makes It very 1 the sum of fifteen dollars and we have that for three years it furnished all the the meantime these same papers are With the Art. ferd'a Heuse'In Lenden.

plain that he isn't hankering 'for a seat II been informed that some papers com- collard I leaves his family desired for the doing just what the Reporter-Star says On the occasion of Artemu* Ward's Crock fordr the proprietor of a weir

in the Senate as long as he is permitted plied with the request. table, besides netting him quite a sum and their activity ia the strongest appeal professional visit to London which occurred known London gambling bouse, wa* .

'to represent his district in the House of i The legal rate allowed papers in this for their sale. "Times-Union. that I can. conceive for the young not long before ols death J. B. made to play a queer role after be was

E'ntativea. I state for advertisements of such character It is beyond our reckoning why the, people of Florida to get busy right Proton Mnddock says in his book. dead Wljen, one of Crockford's horse
wa poisoned just before the Derby
I is one dollar an Inch for the first Times-Union persist in casting-doubts away. "Page From an Adventurous LIfe
that the American humorist's advertisement .the brought on an attackof
The lorlda Index at Lake City and insertion and fifty cents an inch for or! statement in the Valley Gazette regarding . TV:other editorial:: to which! I refer is apoplexy: which proved fatal within
of DU "show" were aa full
the Vallry Gazette at Kissimrnee in each subsequent insertion. At that rate the products of Osceola county. from a fry recent number o." the De of funny surprises as tbe lectures forty-eight hours. Now many of

particular wre showing. wonderful Improvement the 'Articles' of' Incorporation" notice If[ the collard above referred to, and Funak; Breeze! nnd reeds as foil own: themselves. One that tickled the gen Crockford's friend had staked large

eVBj-y way indicatory of would cost the local exchange about which js on exhibition in this office had "The antl- hibition force in thi" eral public was this: sums on another of thel gambler. .

,. ptnspsrity-Arc_ iia News. __ __ seventy-five doHars.\ been produced from soil over which Mr. I state and in tnexUmted States as well A.rten_ Ward. Delivered Lectures borae which was a favorite for the.
This '" : Before All U>. Crowned UeexU ef Europe Oak and which wa* disqualified by
paper ww 1requested""Ey the'ofn'r Flagterrthe owner of the'Times-Union-,-. jPjJ-.DO-tima. _.the._
Dispatches state that the hot Wave --zv.rTL.tq.nt uf D. mn-sar1AeNrH.- tBe-deallrortnr'owtkefV Ooly-tbi peo-- "?
cers of the local insert the holds it is possible that vent the of
exchange to sway adoption the prohibition "
in the north has been Dsoken/ the I paper'I'mention And anT excerpt from'lIla lecture on"Drawing" pie In tile gambling house knew liltCroclltord' '
notice for fifteen of it would have been I
dollars-one-fifth of amendment to the Constitution next
people in that section w'move to I is quoted by Mr. Mnddocka death, and It was resolved ito
the regular price.. in different language. yaar. They ace even now flooding the delightful after
Florida hey will have Db.u things a particularly bit keep It a secret until the race. 4
I We do not know whether the local state with literature on tKe subject in "I haven't dtettngutsbed myself as The servants were bribed and sworato '
M hot waves to contend with. x Live and Live.
I exchange adopted the rule of asking all the attempt to create a sentiment an artist.". Ward MId In his Inimitable secrecy and the conspirator on Ute t1

Three. new,suburban- -- additions we ;, business.institution* with which'it may There is a lot of., foolish fuss being against it. On our desk now is a batch way "bat have always heeD mixed day after the night' upon which Crock- *

added to Ktsslmmee/ this summer-Car- .deal_ .to chsrgeonlyone-fiftllof a thing'svalue kicked up about fake land schemes in of this stuff printed in New York and 'tip in art. I have an uncle who takes ford died bad the body placed In a i
photograph Iff hi* sane moments and chair at a window so that people returning '
eon's Addition on the north. Park Gardens when selling to the local exchange Florida, but no one names names. If mailed from there and the mails are 't
;I bave'a servant who take everythingb from thetrack could .e* the
-10 instance the lumber company to there of these fake institutions full of it. If the 'friends of
the south and Kissiminee Gajdenslon are so many moralityand canlal his hand on at any moment gambler sitting there.. He was fixed >
the east boundary of the city. i sell lumber with which to build a pack. robbing the nnwary of their temperance expect to win they up to look as lifelike aa possible and >.

', ing housexat one-fifth its value also the dollars why hot designate them so the ban got to be up and doing!" "At a very lender age I could draw through the window and partially eosi W

When the mayor of Atlantic City refused hardware merchant In the sale of nails; innocent investor may steer clear of % Tne only feature of our work in Florida on wood. Wbenxa mere child I once celled from view by the curtain look- f:.

to enforce the Sunday closing workmen to build the packing house them at present that bean the slightest drew a email cart load of raw turnips e4 *o natural that no on* of the great '*

law in that town h{ violated hii oath of for one-fifth their euar! pay, and the Such impositions should be hounded semblence of being discouraging is the oVer a wooden bridg.Nslt was a raw crowd which came cheeringby Ute j
office and should have been removed. railroad morning. The people ofothe village bog when on their return from a- C
to transport fruit for onefifththe from the state and the whole world fact that a eomp.r.tlvely..tJ'ong num-
The'rvcall-wii-institutd for just Such legal rate but If ithaan't it erof who will be e.' They aald-it was any Jog CrockfoiM's bone win the Oakat Lt
> not should! know who--and whe.e they-are.- those eventually turnip 'Thst-show* bow eu.pecte4tJle.tri(t- -..,
men consistent and it*,officers not But it is unwise indefinite amon&/the leaders Tn- the fight for
'' t- are protecting to raise an : faithfully I had copied nature., I drew The next day It wa announced that :.j
From the way,Walter WeUman't.lks the interests of the lay mem-* danger cry j'wolffcwolf. ," when no one statewide Prohibition are .clinging te-- their attention to it. so yon see there Crockford wa dead, but It wa yar**;'
' benhlp. X caret to the wolf. Unwise because nac oualy' to the opinion that it is yet before the true leaked 1
it Seems aa though there is 'some doubt> trap : ,, was a lot of drawing in It: story ,
',' in his mind about Cook finding the pole It t I. certainly inconsistent to ask o the fraudulent concern will take too early in the fight for us to do ,anything The villager, with the wonderful Westminster Gazette8up.ratitiene
business and that under of honest at all Let the line In the dlacernment peculiar to villager, saidI
|;-, but we do not belive the man lives whowit1wQQubt'an7 one enterprise ( one refuge the skirts the as yet. the ;
1 having already donated liberally of its enterprise,* /Jjnwlse: because 'a wholesale tboveeditorial get*hold o favour mind had a future before me. A* I was< Clnoal***.
statement?-Peary may space to further the project) to 'con- unciation of fraud includes'tite and conscience and take'such firm'hold walking backward when,; I made my _.An old Cingalese woman' who livedIn
pake,. drawing I replied that I thought that an ordinary native bat by herself t
tribute so considerable a sum. toward food a* well, so far as the frightened that you .will realize) that the liquor ,
my future most be behind me. died and was burled. On the follow 4 ,t
its investor is concerned. people are not waiting for next year to -
Those expenses '
Spaniards must have changed lag day a large l&aDapeel_ of
. their' minds about whipping the Moor If the local Citrus Exchange is a char- I Sometimes too, the cry of- fraud is ceme before they begin their fight. The Hannibal In Italy. lizardwhich attain great at**) entered jjk i

in two Weeks. Latest advices state that itable or benevolent organization its raised by parties i interested in their own Anti-Saloon League is ready to do Its Hannibal entered northern Italy In the compound of a gentleman living:. '

the Moon were shelling and sinking' officers should pass the hat andjfpve alla little schemes which they fear may be part noVv.: It l is, in fact; doing,every- the year 218 B. C. and mjlnwl during clove by and attacked his iponltry. v\

Spanish ships that were attempting to chance to chip in; but if it is a business injured If anyone else ha*-a propositionto thing that can now be. done, but the that year the two victories of TT/Hnus Hearing the noise and commotion be :.1

.land supplies for their troops. proposition !It should be conducted offer. v...x action of the Legislature in session this and Trebla both In' Cisalpine Qiul. came out and on ascertaining tb* _,;

along business lines. The worJd Is large. There i la enough spring place the entire responsibilityfor The next year be advanced farther: cause got his gun and shot the iguana. /'

A nan in,,.Russia committed bigamy The Valley\ Gazette .is evidently considered to draw from. Florida has plant of the outcome next year upon the south and 'defeated the Romans atTrssrmenus. No sooner bad be don this than there.'i t

.tw.nty-t1n .* and. was sentenced "good .thing,4' and therefore roomfor all who-comer -Noonepla voters pf toe State, _ofFlorida., Theyalone and the year following, arose a great uproar from the relattVCT |

e penitentiary for. only'four jnonths. It! should be worked to a finish. ha a mortgage on all the good land or must.decide tbe. issue involved having -proceeded:tlll-fartber-wwth, of the'old"woman, who declared- 't
be Inflicted. upon them, the terrible defeat that hV had killed ber, because bar
would have been and' that responsibility is so weighty
a Have
c greater punishment climate. ,charity for the other
at"Cannae, at which Um hi* .. !spirit bad passed into the lizard is i
.',':to have forced him to lire with .tl e'e1l- The Truth About NaNa tt seas. fellow. If a frand pops up its head that itivould seem to demand the most cendencyattained maximum. He proof of which .theF"-JIOIDte4 triumphantly

, tire twenty women at one and the same knock it back to. earth,, but don't be a earnest activity every moment from remained for, thirteen years longer, .to the fact that It had...]

time : . . .The.following; article U taken from nockecof, other people's ventures without now on until the election next year. but gained no'more decisive victories er before been seen,hi the vicinity and

Ther. hai the Palatka Mew of date September) 3, Investigation. Live and let live.- And so I make my the young He wa finally recalled by the authori only appeared after ber death. Rupees f*

been a greater Increase In 1909:. w " Orlando. ReporterStar.It people of the FloridVChristian'Endeav- ties' at Carthage, who bad never glv finally- appeased the outraged fla a J(

the populution'of"Kisslmmee the past Last week the New called attentionto or Union a company oTth* Lord'own, en him anything like a decent. rapport of the old woman' deeceD4aDt&-:
:six months than .In any other town \In and whoxhav been -.Nw York American.All Java Time. '
,.< "Town Farm, a pamphlet being Beats Standard Ojl.The a company of those, .,
,the state twice Its sire and if the present In Y".J:
extensively clrcnlatedlnthls county by.liq11oriJnte..te saved for !Service not forhixury '
rat of Jnerea***' keeps'up |. popalatioo !combined +*: pamphlet California. Fruit Exchange." the kingdom. thsvDIft.Among .. ... Th* Elephant. "'.......' ,"f/ 'e

'f. will be doubted in the pext: twel* ,of'nnoeent appearance, : ; bit: \which' eo; +[ says Mr. A. P., DeWolf' "'* the mostthorougnly Member of the Florida Christian the patients in toe private 'Th long trunk of the elephant is.:'

BKmthX jT;JtjnHr i Yertlyanddesignedly to deceive 'eon- organized! perfectly work Union will you get busy-at once. If ward t.aFbnadelpbiaboepltai- ; there I ver '. T rr wondcrfaLaiTMtBtaKi.! '
Ing commercial organization in the was I recently a testy; old millionaire of four footed snlmsl Lusuanybag
Travel Florida tains article filled with "fake" statistics of hear in this greeting of minea '
to the !
coming. season United States, not even excepting the any that city whose, case gav*?hl* physician enable them Jo I'MCIt11* food wit-
b expected to eclipse all former years and ,other false. statements concerning Standard Oil Co. Yt It isn't lik*Standi call for special service, write me at conaldersbl difficulty tt first' j oat c1UDftIl7.' a& epbnt'baa.a'!':

In antidpation-of which the railroads the effect of prohibition in Kansas Box 765, J Jacksonville Florida, or call "Well," asked the crusty patient one abort peek t* eaabWhimtors.aslfto : <
ard Oil a trusf it 1* an association of. ,
. are improving their tracks, adding new and other states. fruit managed In the interestof at our office In the Bisbee Building and morning *.&.*do youj find m* sew the 'wetht' of .MII'\ b.c*..

equipment laid,ot6erwieg preparing te On.oflth l rtlples refers tq ttie pat the growers, and not. the director 1_will be glad to give you work to do ebrV ,b bead lend heavy task*. Tb lone trust
accommodate* the""people coming to |''nc >lie of crime under prohibition> .inKsnsas. I'f'Owenl that will count for.the advancement of Tar. getting on fin,** responded help_ him to get his food and Ute '
Florida.-Gainesville Son. And yet 'it U solid; you can 'do' It It the Kingdom. Lef us' make this hard the doctor, robbing hi* hand with aa trunk I* titan elephant what a Ion*;,

In reply the Mew 1* pleased to quote control the market in California orange pull, a long pull and a pull altogether, air of *atlfacUoo.s; '.Tour lg are ttll neck 1.1I'to other .lpaIL..CbIe8* ,
The greatlnanelers/ are alarmed teat the following authentic letter from Gov.W to the point where their production and may'God grant us' victory, swollen but that doesnt troubU'm*."< loarnat.J "VI' + .If < '

_ the people .-thi* will'not be R.-Stubb. of that stete.- U'mayb pays tWo producer.. California Rev. C..I. CoLLINS, "Ofcourse 'It doesn'tr bowled the
prepared for the wonderful prosperity have alwaiabeet, Jealous of their or old man. "And let me tell you this: Denmark's OU Ae P eaelaa..1lt ,'\
that there ,who- know Florida Anti-Saloon League.
'that '' ' are Bothers (more -At-.ftnC".tler'determlned' Supt._ .. If yovc,leg ware awoUaavtt ,wooldat >enwfrk/ta7./ peywa.wbo atDe.
t.Flll' s pnf-.ome to them They i 'eanl r
eonce'mbig'condition, In Kansas than the State-C.'E. In- '
Copied by Dee ry.
twenty-0ne to plats
trouble me eitherr.-Idbpocowe, 1 age.ofl pay the
need feel no tuMasiness'on our account to thwart any effort on the part of ... '
the Governor but his name has not occurred terlachen. ., urn of M 10s. I* entitled.'If h* rsacks
we are fully jeapabWof caring for every to us .Here's' the letter: Florida grower to get at tfie secret fit MW I-i ? ..., .bo a<*vc gv'ctG'sn ....uJ.ot ,,
dollar that conies our way. their success. Then on reflection, thry Florida will ban '
The coming season Tbentlal ilS. Bat If be dies before that asth
Topeka Kan., Aug. 26, 1909. Florida' characteristic ,of, Jnbergrl -
saw *ucce* a '
Oat Sir .Th demands time vest her largest citrus crop.. The pregant *. Is the penetratln- aD404or."tdmDar peculiar money-at 'tort.Ite4.-LoDda ICalL,
That !,IL\ ,a.-a.pretty. ,s atMn- letter upon my ; greater suOess! for thernselve When 6,000,000 boxes but this r--r.: .. ''. 40',' ,
estimate moskv
to that'of It la *o J Ir
Governor Haskell will.pot pemit to discuss the value
sent Mr. Taft anent ma the callfomlans
of the prohibitory' law at length and they saw this point estimate may be a little high. But let powerful and *o dlflotlv ,In' Its per.fnoDCi HasareHnp a Owes ,.-.
government the liquor .Inter'eat.
aiding their Know *
. urged to organize on plan- anything about golf t
urn it be that number with the Citrus Exchange that the ,not minute quantity ,
,, '
to Violate the prohibition laws In especially can I not enter into a literary '*
/ : they even sent their beet men to this and the broken handling a large W1MD IID1rJg1ecJ with any other strong' "Not m cb. Why!
Oklahoma and if Mr. Haskell'a chargesare campaign to counteract the false atatmente *- state to help us organize. That was will be cental' still preptlbll: llta"chlereom ,"-Wbf a tranlnrf Do yoa bow::,

true;; putt the President hit ..ery'peculJ& regarding th*.- allM aod operation the origin of'Flol1da'Ctti'UfEx. per cent of jtthe_ distribution better t to a fatty .matter- -all 4ambrtin. J3 svpposTf| on* ofjtboM crank".'
and this means
rattitude, to the least.From of that law which have been cire4- much better which la that simply live and'aleep a the
say all .
chang It unites"'. s protection got by boding ambenrta.ta ',.
'l lated Jn distant stetes. I believe that price for all the grower The crop win Unka.. "-Philadelphia PTSM. 'f"-,. :

boo klrt with- bustle attachment these false statement mislead none except -self protection And we needed It b* ready to more earlier than ,.usual.Volusia .- --'j' ,.alcoboL.. - . 'r- J. ....,. ''" ';i,
thdutry'In this C",:
to airship n1II& the story of the Inventive those who a..l" to be deceived. orange' condition. Ex County Record 9 'hlNsFinteb 'itebukei.yelaasaif . :
genlua_ofCapt. J. F. Chase, Th. fact that Kansas i* nowand fat change-wifl.UftIt-tothe-plan.state wa* In aorry of \- : > *'*Y_"'mak*: "Tdtnskyctafta'tbb'ollt .f Mis

Onion army veterannow In Washing a number of yean has been'the: most, per., An effort Ts In! pq..... to secure for a* after .1aJAE: ? .Second..HoboSore. nc*)-alamma, n-m 'glad I'maot-a
manent prosperity. girl 'Mamma-Why. Toaaojl Small
tad from hi*horn in Veteran. City.Fta prosperous' state lathe onion} that her Jack Spencer a Carnegie medal,in recognition '- >I First. HODO-K

.He'has Just secured a patent on his airship banks, barns and bin are overflowing";, When those whom th*. local newspaper .- of his services in 'saving the life "1000.sea, '" peconAHobo I,'.*.' ma' 'I' a1wat'J."b .Tommy ap- 'Cao and,,*becom* rd"**_,*"I''ballM4'.Ncrow ehIM J>eattQi

.an4 it makes the forty-seventh the that in some of her counties 'no criminal are trying hardest to help stoop to of Mr. Ray at South Beach a little over Herald.. Chicago Nsw "

__patent_offlc*. ha* dealt out,to him, Capt.) prosecutionfor: any Crime have the ,grasping, .grinding methods of a two month ago. Mr. Robt Ransom _*, fl'! i ', :"'" ., .,';'

.Chase bac.pipned his faith to the light been'had for more than ten yean; that Shylock to, their vdeallng-Twith it,it is i* corresponding with the secretary of 'If*-surprlilng. bow much alxteen- HerCKele*. "... '--T'

'* r.tbaJHSr.tJPB ef---eblpa-, expects, .fifty'pef'e.httof'lla;jail.*armpty'; damnably' discouraging. .Moral; When the Carnegie Hero Fund at PHtsburg. yearold MB .can..tell hi* father that "Can b* sing wnr ? i

to have on.of hi.*flyer completed withIn thai....enty.fty.P :ii.nLQ.Jle.r..POO you want free .boost ask the local edtor1 > and 'has been advised to forward all data tile old man wont believe.-Exchange/ ,"Welltell,yoa'H.. offer-d't".,.

, a year When )b* will try' to, sell it to 1:I house are emptYt'and In many counties ( ; but whenyou want printing-that relative to the oceurnnce.-6t. Augustine sing the baby to sleep tile other night" ;:f

..-tBnlJDClL'-StfLad.? TrIbu ..' 'I hart Orin Sold *4d;' dis'posedof i ,a*'',bo ?cost* real money send out of fnforit. Record., They that Iov4'yoa; ar stronger thaa... and his "wife aald.'Rio; tot hw :l
; { 'r :(.. I your. haters. -Bdwln Arnold. ll'Ai e'ItDCI Ldr.'I" ;
"'( q, ntds i /- ,j.. Ueptl-
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The Klsslmmes Vallgu! '. .Nowron9.-special sale at pInn's.s; Special aale,"ummer good' at,Dann'. J Go t& Ki simmee" Drag 'Co> to get t.. ' r

Gazejh'I, 'See..window at "Get' four school l1pp\l.\ *.. Full just're. II'U rl'OO: f
PricteJkav. display prices* Dann's Ijifqre! ...buylngJaewhere. ceived. Meiliodigt f iiii1ek
. ..ATE..,..PHONU.. NO., U_.._. Pann's. .
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--Hi Henry Llghtsey of;Bartow U fatheblt ,For SaleAx tood'bore. and buggy holidays-Kati'a-ttore : "
"' UBir3'f.hD E V.rR"i FRIDAY e r REAL"ES1AT"- '
. will L* closest Wednesday Sept; 16th ;J
.A."D' '
","",:: BY_ I < '.. '" r AvPiy to J. L*,Moon., and Saturday,, Sept' 25th. NOTICES' INFORMATION, .. __lI.L ,
,i -w.' 'B. HAAI, ... CheekeVLapron: gingham -at Stanford Picture framed at the Home StoreCal : ., .... INSURANCE*; ,,rI .

" .L-. I '. r Co'*,.for 5c per yard. r l It and select'your moulding The City Council. .V let tI.'fODtraet If you can'possibly do o, com to ; ,'I,

Electric Saturdaynightthree' thousand . Mr.:'3..C. Griffin for a culvert 'in the big--ditch from church tonight'at seven thirty and hear Examination I: of TitlesSpecialty. t,
I, and family ret l 'ned Iakinson' corner to the railroad.' the address Foreign Mission .
Weather feet; of new picture*. home last week. *' "* '
Report, Mrs I|. W.JTJburman: returned home given by Mrs. Olin Boggedf ]Plant .
I i Agency"of.the-White Star Laundry. Miss Lesile Ormsby of LVeland {b Sunday night from a three week 'visit ity.- A musical program baa been, ar- .

Following'" : are the daily tem'. 4the i Home Store;. Phone 1& %. the guest of Mi. Ruth this to her old home at ,Germantown, Pa. .! ranged' and 'the. evening will be ,an Correspondence? ''Solicited.
. perature and'precipitation: aareported' ..... I See those lawn .shirt waist pricei cuj, ,"week Picnic: parties can be supplied''with' enjoyable' one '
by tfre.Governmentt. In half at lL:C. Stanford Co', *.' Mr.!H., Fleming \has re Fneci; from .11 requlsltes-at the Home Store: ,Cake., 1 -

station at Kisimmesfor: the Mr. Jacobs of kines City spent Monday hi ummer vacation; moat of which; he confection, lunch goods, ''napkin*; 1 Rev. S. Wi:, Lawler, ,buf't-rea1dlnii' :

:- week ending Sept. 9/,)909. and Tuesday in Klssimmee.: '.e ." .penTat" his! old home in Athens, Ga." eecream dishes in paper, dishes orcrockery I Elder .will be hire and preach on Sun- ;: iz-.- ; I
day eyening. 11.:will hold .Quarterly
< V 4 I '
'-" '1 n. a nI, : :L For ,'perfect' 'flttinp' 'eyeglasses?-andpectucles -The:EleclricTheatre tomorrow'Sat.( x _ ,j. _._ J Conference Monday.<, This I.. the, last I!,.27 LBASS.: .:,

Friday . . 189' .73 ..31 . ,' see DrP.G.Wlute., urday) eveingX,'A pleasant time is Mr. A. S. Nelson i I. expected to. arrive ' conference for the year, and' it to very. : .

Saturday . 88. 67 . Pantronfee the Grayit&ie laundry.' assured all who attend. Don't' from Wichita Kansasthis after.j Important for all Unofficial: member to

Sunday .' . ', 90 66 v We'guaranlee noon with a: large party of prospective .be present *". j'ACT.oR.
... 'Monday..:,. . 89 69 .;. satisfactory work. MI.a''anah Prather >iv eel from her ettleni whom he hs*. ioaeeded fn inter.- .... Co :audR :

TueadayT ...v-v 92"'88 N' Engineer-Ceo.- E. Park' visited his home at Clinton,*S, C. Jut Blonday to estingan'this section" a T,_, ....i,, ,? -i On next Thursday evening-the--Meth. .,

.Wednesday. ... 90 78 ... r father' ;; last Sunday. take school Up at her Campbell.duties 'aa teacher of. the --Nine acre orange grove ol 555.:trees, odiit will unite with all the pther ; '.mntmr; r

Thursday 88 73. .86 It you wanttoilyour real estate, 450 bearing 106\ just beginning to bear, churches In town in attending the special .

list it with the hustlers.. L. A.' Mina; Mrs Christine Marshall Pittsburg ilea of Klsaimmee, 1-4 mile of rail.Uon -. '.service at the'Baptl.t Church: Prof. ,

.; .-'------- &: Co.: .-, 1'., arrived In the city, Wednesday; rO Net less than 100I.boxe. a.a.: Ray, the Secretary of Florida. '. '

wvv vv v*tfc********va/wyw *.*. Mrs W. L. Van Ducor and Mies night and I. looking around with a.viewto this yealx Cheap at $2750 State Sunday School Association, will | Plans and 'Estimates .Fornished --

Eleanor., have retained 'to Kissimmee purchasing. property and locating L., A. MINX A: Co. give an address on that occasion,,'which '
here. will be of' great benefit: to 'all .Sunday on '
ii THE loaf FIELD. after an extended absence. A suit: was.instituted in Justice Bulock's I:!
[ I ANTED-Small live School workers, am' 'It is greatly'desired ,, .
alligators or
court on Mondij agalnst Laurence '
Fall-term Stetson University De that all who can will attend, Undo.
skins, any quantity. Write".tetingbat Sullivan '
Land Fla., opens Sept. 29th. Send and Bob Jernigan charging Prayer.meeting. for that night is called Only ; Carpenters:
'pricea.-THos. C.' INESON 226 ::2"= t. i!
%*% """' for catalog and book of. view' them with stealing hog, the propertyof off. - j- -- 0\ *
; Hogan Street, Jacksonville, Fla; ] | Employed. ,
Orlando. J. F, Barber. The'case :.wfu latertransferred ,
Wade the tuner '
Mr. Leroy Overstreet will leave, next '
to the d I
1000 acre of tbebest'truck; land in County Court The Philathea Class had Its annual.,
for rent, apply to M. Til- week for Baltimore to take a course In Kribbe held trial
Judge at
Dwellings 'I' a preliminary
the Baltimore Medical''College. 'county. Well drained.. Will grow < election of officers on Monday afternoon I Icer1espoEii "Solidted.-ii
which defendant bound to
ler. '
were over
Anything you may plant on'lt A bar- i and much business was attended ;
Are 'you-Jaoking for bargains? Go to Mrs Henry McLaughlin left Wednesday gain. L. A.MINX &: Do.. the next term under bond of$300 each. The following officers were elected: I PHONff T3N -. .I

Dll:m'.. for Fort Myers where she will Mr. Ralph Ormaby who i ia In the Mr. G. B. Woodall 1 i. tiling about one 1 President, Mrs R. M.; Evans; VlcePrei&enC .
em. .
V"f.4 9'
NMM 1 eAtibe eti V
spend a month or so visiting relative and one-half of his Miss Florrie Lawson Seentary eM1e{
acre garden opposite 1 ; '
Work equal to the beetat'theGray- ploy of _one of the largest phosphate .L
atone laundry. We have just received I large con- plant In Polk county, stopped over for -the depot on-which heexpects ,-Mis* Fersie Overstreet-; .Treasurer '

Great bargain in wash skirts at IL-and signmenta have the right glass prices.and 'crockery' The Bane ware the ness day, trip on to his Orlando.Mr. way'back. from a bus!: plant has recently l.ttuc8and had a celery well driven this fall.and --t9.\\ ana Reporter.. Mis- -*-Eloise-. -'Uoon.. VV.; p.. BASSj

C. Stanford Co'a.All Store. ceived a small flow at 149 feet Death of Mrs. Calvin Lock--. -

for Emerson of Fort Pierce passed stow, however is.Insufficient for irrigating Wholetale'and Rotall '
figured summer goods sold Lost A pocketbook containing ken The oeath; of Mr Calvin 'Lock, of

:half price at .K_ ts'.. dollar bill, Columbian half dollar and through St- Cloud the city to visit yesterday his on son-in-law his wayto .' fn all his land, and he pr poeee to put Boggy Creek occurred last Tuesday -* Dealer In N.
a gasoline which
Oil 15c gallon at St. Cloud Mercantile valuable paper*. Ten dollar reward pump morning at 8 o'clock after a long struggle i
per Mr. S. H. Cull who ban been quite m
will furnish plenty of water at all
Co., Sunnyside.Dress if returned to J. W. Thompson. the few cf seven months with cancer of the
i past days. '
time stomach. Although a great sufferer Fresh Beef PorK: 'aid I
gingham. 6 to 12 c at the old TIM Bev. David D. Kidd will) hold. .
More than twenty prospective set Mr. /Ls.. Rose who arrived with his she was ever patient and was ready for
reliable of H. C Stanford Co. aenuoM in the Episcopal Charch on
store tiers arrived in Kissimmee yesterday family from Rose City Mich., last the call when it' came She leaved a '

Born to Mr. and Mr*. A. B. Bell!, on 10:30.Sunday' Evening next. 'prayer Holy Communion and eeomon at at' About half of them vre interested in week, baa Jbcmed a copartnerahip with husband, two daughter and five sons. IflttoiiPHONE {;

Tuesday September 7th a son. 3:30.: the St Cloud Colony and the others biB brother .Mr. A. Rose, who recently to mourn her loss. The funeral services ,--Im

will\ look around Kisshnmee with a viewto purchased the Park Hotel, and they were conducted by Rev. W. E. 44. .,It. ;.

- Over twenty bomeseekra cam in- on, WANTED-AfenU: ladies Jft'8I."ed purchasing; her**. _ _ will run Die house together. The Murphy.,at the Lock cemetery at 8 p. ,.... .:
tEe tternesiir trimldindRy l *tMess. to '..n the best seller in Florid, good former hM added biB Tjouaehbld:g66ds "1IJ;'ndlarael.w.ded.KiMNanni. -' h_ a-* L... *riPiii.argains. -; :I

.'; - eonnnisaion, references; required. Add Agency for- the Singer and Wheeler and furniture which arrived from Michigan Hansell), sitter-in-law of Mr*. B '
.. Doe'and John Lightavy ..s, Kisslmme Fine Arts CaL:,-Kis.imraee..Fle and Wilson, sewing Bartow were in the city last Saturday. Home Store. Machines for rent by \ ?
; hard attended the funeral
hotel, which adds considerable to their Island
'' the week. Porchae on easy'' Installments How the of who die oK' ,..; ;
Lakeland is sweet rest those
G. fariUrtefor
Mrs. M. accommodating guests a* v.
Miss' Mary Carson left teat week for
visiting Mr and Mrs.. of $3 per 1I IOntI Next door to weU invW e Lord. In all kinds 'of'''l'Real'Etate:
her parents "'DO. Gainesville, Ga., to enter Sownnen Cole aa 4o the comfort and convenience .
the new etaiBo phone 164. ".w
p -- --- .
of tiwt Fire and 'Life Insurance 'a.n4.
M. Lee. i ge. She will atop en roatte and spend 'hostelry. 'Mr. Rose also brought ,; '

820( acres 6j the fs.+sus-6osthpart> day with relativwe at other Six pair.of Viking ]hosiery guaranteed dawn 'couple- -of boat. for use od the AftnounceflicfiL Armour's' Fertilizer. Ren\ ;r' '
muck land-ata bargain. L. A.. Minx points In Georgia.. to wear for six .montha-M/ithou l.lea I have opened.. rust-claw caf In the inc. 'and Collecting Rents. ...'

ACo bole In bee) or toe, for $1.00. Written room formerly occupied by the Post' Specialty. :Taxes,, paid afor:
Prof and Mrs" R. M. Evian were ac- guarantee with each 1-2 .dozen pain tWe( farm atTiiAey Lake. office, and 'will be ready tomorrow 14on-residents.. ..4.\t. .catA.

Fennel), sale argent Saymas's.Seap. 'oompanied home from Georgia by their! All sizes for anen,.women and childrenat .Aimonc the new vegetable farms to (Saturday) morning to begin serving "

and Remedies (Alton Jll' duet). Sept. little niece Miss Laura Thomas, who the Caah Store. MayZStf be .started this year to that of Dr. meal The patronage of the'public. I I. 'O. M'EEAR"isslmeet

lo-I-mo. will 'stay with them during 'the ye-ar Pfalllipe, who ia already one of the larg- respectfully solicited.. ...

.Use Plank''- Chill Twit Otaarsn- :And 1K>>.ibly .permanently,.., / Prof. DeWsMon Alderman, principal eattovange grower in this county. He W. J. LA Ruz:,..... .K Fla. .';;
: If<
of the Wpittierndkool. has 'been in the -- 5'
teed. Price 25 eenta. Sold bjr alldruggist. Mr. R. D. Gttic and family tfetumec City this week recuperating from an bas...magni eeAt location on his Tur- -
.. uJr.1.,8. k home from Lovejoy Ga. -where theyhave
Illness which made fer him :
The Home Store now carries the J&oKihley been spending the mummer,. las to dismiss .bis ischool for necessary a week. His aoveage of the very beet truck lands.. citizens its trades :
: I
edition of sheet .music iOeta..' Wednesday. They had a yerypleasan : feeling much better, and, expects to 'ThA: !\ of propose Irrigated toatart land, operated with fifteen people where.".and;Th'e bestow home their merchant patronage teontrib-!. -. W. IflrDflZIREALESTATE
trip .but-are. to be bank .nVKiasim
: able
be work
per copy. to *um Monday,
ithe.Skinner ute to the good "and welfare of the
mwagain. ; by system and will have : ..
Our entire stock of figured\ lawaa, jrTTyou For Sale>-";'* room bungalow, )large the)place worked by the most modernandintenslve.y.temnhcuUvatlon. town by the exercise of business Intelligence

mulls;1 and aiHrtiseues ..odd for .half .have ,anything to sell rex. investment in enterprises'
'f..'" h .ti verandah*, large: lot, good water,facing .; ,.!j by .
price at KaU'a. change, or If you want t.: buysome. Lake Tohopekaligai: Situated In dealt IQein! tends to build a tram,road, to by giving employment home people, 40,.

Mr. A. E. Godwin came sap on the ihingian'advertisement in this paper able1 re.ideat&l.portlon! of city,"opposite tae railroad in rder''to transport his by paying'"out."money" in:. taxes, assess* : .
will probably put you in ,oommunica truck. menu and rent They are friends of
steamer Lillie last Friday and spent .a home of 'Cpt Clay Johnson. Price
few days In the city. AGo tion with just the party you we looking; $900; 1300 caeli, $300 in one year $300In lAi. Peavy of Cerrollton Miss., will the home purchasers, while those at a ... ,

for. Try it. two years. Arthur E. Donegan. manage the farm.--Orlando Reporter- distance only/want the patronage'car . h

to H. C. Stanford OD'fl., department : StacTurkey: ing nothing for .the person.Jackson.villa
The Atlantic Hotel Coronado Fla.. .
store. They are the. originators wider new management, modern improvements Speaking of baseball records that Lake is located a few mile _Metropolis. RIDA1
of low prices id Klsaiocimee.-- semi-profe.aual team Which represented
furnished, northwest of Kissimme oa the Midland Miss Matti. la .. .
newly water Bandy opening up her : ' : '
Orlandothis is entitled
Phone your;'orders for bread and gae.-etc. Special rate for the.summer honorable.mention.. season This club played to railway. stock of millinery' in the Fleming" build- f.-.......... .........".. .

- cake delivered to the'larlY'PhoJwrtGC-Home Store and have- than- of $7.00-- per- week.-T. DJII.uJtE".J: op: forty games, wen 80, lost 9 and tied 1. ,for Sale or fx baage. .Ing. -' M.'TiLL:t R, ..,
Of the gameeVn>n1S-were shutouts "

Horace Woodall will be pleased to Mis Lillie Farnsworth'a maoyiriendre and the club played 57 innings without Good J6-roont hotel furnished' complete Hew ,. Keep rents In. gad .edIti.n i ; :Realstate"Age, '

iflgur with,you on'jroor, ,,family wash .: jrieaaed to welcome her batik, to a scors.again.t it-Tamp Tribune.Mr. also business house now renting 1 Ferns should Dot'e'plaCed la balls j '.........."..'1'1 ,,,'I' e., ..
at.$40per month located forty yard or situations exposed to draft
; I They
X3aimmee, ;If only for a short -visitKbo"Will
, the..Graystooe laundry. teach In Sanford the coming! M. Kate reneived a letter from from depot In hustling tourist town Infamous require'great'care. tat w&tBrtDJ.People: : -Realty! ), bt's 4 l d \S 1

Wanted.-A few boarders can getcomfortable term and spending- stew day with his ions Howaidpftd 'Edgar who left a lake region, highest and health. often ,tblnkv they,' have ,watered their Houses j-ented., ; i ,

accommodations by apply friends here !before entering upon -hewerk. few day ago toesiXer the Missouri Lest part o* states For sale. or will ex. plant when tlle.: ter.1Iu'! only/gone ; f Taxes paid a.od:11U.: rer,..}, ,

log to C. L. Alvy. Sept. 17 t.LBtovewoai . School of.MinejL: at: Jtblla, Mo. They change forjgood farm.; Pros-ert7un., ,, over the' surface' and atound'tbe aide Ified for non-residents. 't
well that .of tb* pot. the center of the ,ball beto : .'
pleased Write'
s Tx And state the Ineumbered., _
"town rnjlPor are 1F1tetLJft tad Accident In*' 1
per'aWd1t. delivered' >In at fLOO' : Rental sun olfuing xaj ifcons. course of,study laid out ,for"' them. will C. C. Gu as, (owner) still,quite dry.'X Tbla .la especially ,IWr&ftC"'k' .f" ". J ,b,.. 'oS'
1116tf | when the pot.
,are with
'! : ."KlsanntEi:' IAhiBKMGL": forVentjr/urnisBied Ocljle\ -tMaylit <" keep them busy during the term. Kissimmee, Fla. , footer..Ir la necessary; that vtW, ball 'Wn n tt: Bolds. : ;
". and in the meantime here Howard i Ia in the jnar'class and Edgar : rF"1iR J
be _
thoroughly keeL There .. ; :
.FOE RENT: -Furnished rooms for two or three furnished room''.wt cb :1 the'sophomore. for. Quid. Sak---ReaoV Platted. I . : :-:?e1Fri. .
: JM regular,rul*, as to. Van tot wataring. "
light t housekeeping; ..Applr'to. will eanf tor aprtialbleV part!..\ For -- "'-
j, a Gottw jisj\ ., returnedhom.Wedoesdsli ; too U>c.a. i4 Jand.,, partially .cleared; .,QUIre .mote- ',PlaDw'n frequent Evaporation ; 'ter rt''

July 234!. ; Light..bomN'YorkCity five anile North of Kissimmee, thirteen waterlog' Fore SCNUr:"oot7'W1ud' 1
also, touch to''dojWtt ,
h It.
- Mn. .:J. W. Bryan and Mia Mary, where be baa been pending several mile Suuth'of Orlando, in the heart of baa ; ; "
Oa diya .
dry, warm r poratto*
Bryan returned to Tampa' Monday. Capt. Breaker who war to 1 leave weeks "boosting"this section. H. Pr -' great, water may; tie B*+d4d 'twtc a
Master Geprg Morrison accompanied '' Chattanooga so as to be here on Tuesday found. atreat many"people there who of Taft, on the main line of. ''the A.' C. day, whfl If the air .Jto coo| and moist : int :.

them. ha,had a alight Attack of paralyiaweekJ are deeply interested In Florida, a nnm L. Ry., the railroad I'UDnlnatbroueb two or thr4; dtp; mirbt'laterveiwltlont ,; > tf h1v
> ***pi ewer' ',, Bi.mi .i M. enc1I1, .t6rt umUl bee 'whom.will b'down at little laterto 4 ?' : J: y.# bstbthtftvey/ ", i
For 6J -Onfc of tea Qrrntyorang. tQfC'V'tbfa} next: the property'' 1'hiII' land i I. suitable for ;water.. A, healthy, vlgorou
in FlondaOQ,ttwiaod'booae.,; ; /rfce last re'poirt ''from him I I.that man. investmente."mrWlllon i :: la trucking' and. for all field crop; water plant absorb* much'water,,while..a delicate )!!'umiture R4fq"rend' My

Also groves reeJdenee..ntral1oeatlcm.- b..f a kgoevlrloa1eTbs4ltttick': was .highly pleased/'Wlth his trip. which: ,he aceessibU; price) $oSO per.acre.. Address :on* can ab.orb''bat, UtO..,, The ntt9.}d Se;,Cablq.t.I "r
fined to hi face. fed will.result in forKiasimmeer oU.ahoold b* urtlp-Ml always aa4 It Line, wr saw ..
sure .
great good P. O." Be* 272- Klsaimmee, -Fla.Phfllojrapliy. u.. Ant ..
10 1 Cdredgeboat .'F Park.r.. .
-rSepC: mo. dry 'watered; U.&oV refrain trow. wa, ,:44' ...... .1il'/... . !
-. < .Wanted_borrow>.1.<>00. at 10- --- eriva1sI.rtvri :', .' .__ ;
Wpt:3.-Phatp of' th. 1?S. percent ' dl .. .. *. g "tedJac. ; ia,.turny '
] Mr.[ C. W. Griffln end fasoti; BARNS'C
Florida, ; at work dredging on ten acres' plneatpple landacre : turne BowW.e; *oabazbV.toa 4X7.TU PStTER SIlOP:
nos4 bearInc-loeated San CrUtobal home laat week from, JInderaobyllle.1 I ana pr i srM teiiwak' photograph* tbey.turn wlthoai abrtnllD .
in Manatee" River; spent Sunday at : yellow g.It ,. : .. ; o.i
N. c. where delightful of ill'kt da at thy ;!tl.tudto; located Indicate much bsaruses oafeOPDCtIb'1 ;.-.p f.b'j"t.$ to'
and Monday here with his family. In Province of Pino Del Rio, Cuba, they .pent a ;;. jqstaboWtheMldJand .too watery , 'nSi .I.f:
will cell, half interest for 2600. orl outing of six week duration. la company Ry.,W Broadway'sor tven., la either cue the roots),ban _.. '. '" Jt'
Miss Mattie Bandy, who baa been remaining five acre will be set in pine with' Mr. Gnffln'. father and will go anywhere ta jnak*; power' ef ( ;. '1. ,. ...... \t;.., .,i.I., 'i' ""

pending the past-few weeks In Atlanta this fall. S. C. Boot*. KUsimme, Fla. mother of N w Smyrna, .and Mr. vi.... Price teuonable.J. ; absorption.' _ _ _ .,.,. :

purchasing! her fall clock of millinery Franklin Sheen and family of Palm A. LANCASTER. Old apera''tor sale at'this'officey/! 'f !rjgg: t'feECLEANINd'.J :

returned: home Wednesday. Mr. T. A. Bas: *. Sr., who has been Beach. They were located on the J __ ,., ...: =-_ u_ .1 '
living below Lake Kissimmee: on-tb* mountainside just out of and sever* n _-elilS I t.: uAc ',U/o' I.: .r ...
Miase* Lillian and Mabel EMridg returned Polk side for,the and I '
county past two a hundred-feet above the city of Hender- TheBESTORANGECOXCS PRESSING
to their home at Apopka .last half- where be the'employ ..... .al.fl
yean wailn '
ionvllle.'I ; -'t" ... """ DYEING_ 4 ;
Friday after .a pleasant visit with J I of the Skipper Cattle Company ha :: : _r.". '' -1 r -4- .... .
Miase Elizabeth and Anna Canon. t Mr. B. Dickeraon of Fitzgerald\ Ga. I ,REPAIRING as':
I, moved his family to this city in order to .. Are made ]IHllIng8ley -> -pi : .' ."rear '
ha decided i \
tojoeatrhi* .COWeretr.lactol'7'ln j
Misses Mary and Louise Smith and give hi'children the advantages:of the .
ill' t''t'3 vr'7 rrJ tavs: (:
Klislmmee instead of at St. l. ..-) Dpy,9tojledLJIeddSr"J"< Measra. Frank: Hollandand, Mac Rug"sell High School f : '
Lea* word ..1.rosypossiliQ6lotEer''
Cloud. first intended and' Tor
wa Any'leadir
of Orlando came down by autonjo- 1 R Jnanufacturiir owlll. .k* called
j'j: Mr.,El: kf.or.fP,1>! .L Sfcripg>> *., jhat, purpose haa.leaced a lot on Broadway t : can -- mopsadresumed.,
T -- --
1" "" 't"'!
; "
bilnd the furnish
were registered: at Gray- who has been spending,the past'' three south of the Midland railway track. I .4; ,, 'thej-iv: If| your"''dealer J .",' '

tone Sunday. -n weeks at St.Cloud, Wa In the city yesterday Mr. Dkkerson' machinery.arrived this, cannot..sucply' .you.1 wn ', ; J Satisfaction Gueranteec'Pttss 11 ,

Orlando'* fast baseball team will lock and made thJe'offtee a. pleasant week and he I* also here and i Ia getting 4J- % j I '

_ ,__horn*with the!. famous Chlckasha_Indian call: Mr..Farrl*_wa*n his! _way_home! lumber on thVground for" erecting his :OCALA BOX 4 .*.> 'COlR wunesr
-'. team now traveling through this to.spend a few weeka looking, after sheds;'etc., Mr.'Dl ker.on will" manu --. I! liwllao.. sad PtI HcklMt* OlnlMM ru.. .J&etlle.e.ttllsdln..di& .........,."..."
., -.section morrow* Some.of our local 'businessmatteri. but expect to return facture cement building'\ .blocks. Irrigation : Z. C; CHAMBUSS, PreeidenMil : : th* ..-....1I&1e n.kri ." ",_ 1M

< :fans will probably io' up"and,*'e"the'! later and spend .the..:winter' in" Eissim-, Ming':and_ everythlngrln! ,th*. concrete : ; >!4 txAL1lgFI.4cn: IAAq 'u. Ola eo II.o jnpalt.. t. PUn Will..nd J....:fI)'
. .
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quiet-"it Is always''s o>an'a>business 0+ 0+ 0+ 0+ 0+'0+ 0+ 0+ 0+ . 0+ 0+ ... :'J

"iffHE .WINGS to see tbat a young and' 'helpless. fir isprotected. "" .;. .... : -. .. 7'. - '... ... ..
.": .i : 1"I \ .- :' I -d : ;
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& 1ciuE810AM at"""But I once thick 1","-shouJdJ"Ulie"lieirn6me"Alexander advised; "and: Ciearace S.:a-1 e"t' : .:._-..;:-' : "

wait u'IULyou and she'are old enough I .
.. ... to know-your_own minds.!* .. -. ,_, 10 ,". ". ..'. ..' ", ,'-":' 1,.'i'\.*' \ f.'I'.JJ.r.1.,1.' ' .,.....: ..... 0+ '. <,
i. the '" ', i'!> .
I.' "Ob, don't boy dung, .Iq-
.preac ---1
'- ,'" "
'''There Came'"a Change Her I OUt. *--, '. ''II"u }' '."!It'.1"'I, '
,. Views on the Question of Love, i, .- Alel:[ nder'. eyes were:....on tbe, One..IorLltdios, White)! ; '...Waists, ,, regularrice. I/ $1.50, '75c. '..: :" j ;;t'G":: f : ,
loves I It ..
.Ar* I I girl. "When a woman; ,. a man t.. :
', > '::1.1 such ,a wonderful thing that weTtyKbt ;One LadiessWash jSkirts, regular price $2.50t' rertiice. ( to $1.59. 'i,j
KEAN 1 fit .' > .: .
r Bye PKIiP' ya' to give her all our chivalry .

'' ' (OoprrlchV. t }* bRAjtlo "ated-, Utermrjr-I you'll WaU until knot!you" are older,\.'Bobble,..and. All Special. Prices are Strictly Cash,. If youJiave ii charge accouut'ivlth. usan ::

'i'.' ,The manager of the Bear'Lalte stock "Ob come, our. Mollle," tbe boy Interrupted -! request. any ottht'udvci.tiwtl goods charged) l'eguhu'lu.JC'sw.lllltrevnU.' '0+ .! .
I -tarn):watched tbe storm from tiexwluL's rudely'. "I've got tbe horse'. __ '

I ;;dow: of,his. bungalow. It w... a typlta outside, and we can get away in i iiinnte. a .
western hurricane, coming after a dry'Co .''' PHONE :
*. spell; irltft"pink" lightning'and tern- I I But abe stood tbe mid r H.C.Stanforcl: Co-i
die of the room. "No. she ald.
'. 'peatuous winds and the 03... .
1. .Jnt1Duou.1 "Wby not? _
roll of thunder. "Because I know now that I-I don't .
;J. To the unaccustomed eye it wee ter- I I'f love I. to Bobbie '
you as >ought marry you. 't eftytag; 'but'AJes.nder gated undl.1' .- ." abe triml't want to gonodle. _

\'"' "tnrbed.He was,young and rtrongr . -- _. ----

''J/:It/,;' kirn.,But DOW something as be saw very between like fear the gripped sway- told."Well ht'r-"not you, can't' now.go You home.haven't" Bobble'. a.' ;AGE NO BAItKverybody \ 1 ,1f1ilf11R1111111111t1ttf1111111111111111111it11inntlr , ,# ,# ##, # '# "} ," }" ,}}"}" '!"#' ,

running -
yag trees a wralthllke figure key. The Graystone -
", toward the house. "She shall go borne," Alexander ,said.

t' Be tbe door and opened It. suddenly, "It she wishes." In ,htssimnieels: Eligible.; KI88IMMEF." Ft-A. THE LATEST AND BEST I1
,Be dragged ber over the threshold They faced each other tbe boy and
f little, gasping frightened girL tbe man and then before the stern Old people stooped with suffering .
rTm "so afrald "._was all *he.could glance of the other Bobble dropped Middle age courageously fighting:, On Lake TVhopekarir( .. -==
'.amy at first eyes. Youth protesting impatiently; Hunting. Knw }r': Dowdoea it happen , are "Ob well. howwill. you_manage It?" Children, unable explain; Bathing, Golf "Te"r ql I.. Hoque, :::: ==
All in from thier '
misery kidneys. Cricket 'Clock Gol> }a.ebn.lI, 1- -
outs' Be her In a big chair by: he said. /'
Onljra little backache first.
t the side of the fireplace. -It's so late "I' shall get her mother to the fete Comes when you catch a cold;/ Trap. ..Tf'NUO Shooting,MJ $3.W per 11 In Dry Goods Shoes, andGents' '
.0. and each an awful nlgbt"'i' phone" Alexander said "and she cnii Or when you strain the back. $15; to *'21 per week 1 I ,
:She looked at him with startled eyes; open the door for us." Many complications follow. I---T ,
jL ..-ahe tried to pin up the thick browne Tbe boy turned to the door.- "I'll Urinary disorders diabetes Bright' To Our Friend: .
that bad fallen about her aboul'cJeJ'L leave to /It," be said to disease.IJoan's. -
: locks you arrange" Come and try a meal at the I
Pills backache.
Alexander "I don't seem to be In Kidney cure ills. hotel. single meals 50c; 21 Furnishings
,Cureevery form of kidney
';, '- 51-1 was running away; she con I! this." And be was gone. Mrs. Sarah E. Uexford, Kiusimmee, meal tfokeli 410. Rooms. Jl' per .
teNe "I'm afraid bill feelings are hurt. day -
I Fla., says: "Our lljttledaujfhtersuffered, -
J".._ "Oh. ," Alexander said as he sat Alexander Raid; "but It was best from a kidney weakness fur four years. .
down opposite her "You look 'a 'bit I wasn't"It?" .- she seemed to have TO.o control over the Hoom in The- Ian annex for .E R AT 1
old.for tbst I was nine when I de He took Mollle's hand and stood kidney secretions and this weakness was rent for //Me) and! 7:">c per night. --
j :dd.d'tti take to cave dwelling and .a looking down At her and presently she especially, bothersome at !night. We Special rates by the wee or I -r '
man Fdda)'." said: '.Ye It 'wa. best And now consulted doctors regarding her case month == ==
A dimple showed in the corner of her' will :you call up mother please?" and tried many remedies but nothing I II
brought satisfactory results. Recentlywe
but .1 wasn't running be bad tbe over c.w. ns
l mouth. "But- When given message 1 learned of Doan'g Kidney. Pills and =
.,;' way to live ID a cave. I was running the wire he took Molllo b me. On the procured a box from the Kissimmee I H. W. T-H-URMAN, ,
1:; way to get married." way they said Uttle. but Just before Drug Co. I gave them to the child as I -- --
',"BuC" Alexander said presently they 'reached" r porch she whispered: directed and they gaVe the relief for! -- --
J .-you-yon don't look quite. old enough. "1,-I want to thank you for what you which we had HO long sought. Our i 'T -- -
,4. ,for tbat" said to me about love. I shall think I daughter now has no trouble from ?l1ULU1ULU1UUUlUUtU1U11ULUULU11UUtU111111 L11UUU1 '
I I Igrateful
"I am eighteen," was the explanation of It dJlrpreot1r-now. I shall never her kidneys whatever. We jJrl"'ry ) Wood's Descriptive
for the benefit Doan's Kidney
"and be la twenty-one Bobble. .
marry tfffa "

,>'ti't 12 t ..,.".$..r.?" murmured Alexander. "Where I Alexander Perhaps said Bobbre will be different" ills Foater-MilburnCo.For have sale by brought.all dealers., Buffalo Price New 50 cents.York, i I\I Fall Seed Catalog I -'11111111111111111111111111111lt1111Ri11111111Seasonable#' '#" ,}" # #" #" ##,#" #### "} '} '# '} "#'#" ,, '# -.

: Her lip quivered. "I think the storm "No; I couldn't marry him-now."J sole agents for the United States. DOW ready gives the fullest C

-,-' {must have. kept him home. Ton"wouldn't'think She bald out "Will youcome Remember t:.. narn t.Doan'a: =and'. - .-information about all .
: ::1; 'a storm';wonld"matter' and sea iii sometime? Motherwlll I take no other. for the .1'

0:.:. to a man. would your : want to thank yon." ._,-. .. -_. Seeds
1. :,iiot a i ban who was going to marry I "Will I comer dreat Joy ran Farm and Garden
: Alexander 'found himself aayff through his veins. "Will I come?'" To Owhers of 500 to 2000 Acres = ::::::
.' I Tben be bent down over her. "Are "' =- ...............................\..........-...............\.........."..-N\N\N .
.i =
only of good unencumbered farm land.A Grasses and Cloven : =
'I! 'Ob"-tIIe warmth In his tone yon rare there Isn't any chance for special proposition Is ready. Preened Vetches Alfalfa. -
t brought a rosy flash to bee' face-"of p1 I location ('on ,..!)lent t<. tian Oats.
Seed Wheat
. ,;;, conrae something may have kept him." t'Yea," very low. portatiouj Send pi ice and particulars CE .1
f .ere.tale be to meet yon?" Alex- "Tben I'll come" he said, and be it onqe.FLORIDA: Rye Barley etc. EGoods
'"; aD4ar ake4. ------ knew In his heart that some day be: DEVELOPING COMPANY!' ,, Also tells all about -

"t.or.. there by We are would teach ber tbe things_that Bobble -, JcfcM>.vlH. Florida 3
: topping at ODe of/the cottages Just I bad not known bow to teach Let Vegetable & Flower Sees E: .MN NNNNNNMNN.N. ::::::
+ things of love and life and of happiness. that Can be planted In the fill to ':::: .! I i ==
f; MAM when you 414 't find him ROGERS' LIVERWORT advantage and profit, and aboutHyacinths :== AT _
tberf /ran to the nearest bouse r* I :E:
'.\ you; TAR AND CANCHALAOUA Tulip and otherFlowering -
%. sjeeil.; your light and" ran toward: The Romance of Quinine. For the complete cure sat Couch? C .Ida, Bulbs, vegetable and :::: :::::
""C It '. How many of those who fully realize Asthma and Broochltli'nd all Luugeotnptafnsteudingtocon.nmptbro j
Plants Poultry
Liverwort tar U<1 Strawberry
'l. "Aid sow." ..told ber. "1f yon are tbe value of quinine are familiar with Wild 1 rherrr. have for apes m.DiHlu; .-' connected with tbe >l.blfhlll- rflMIIHIIOII *' II a'andafA I'OIILbremrd '
rested a bit 111 t&ke'oo home"But / tbe pretty;. story \. It ront. .i'n> nn onlorn or :hrniluldruc Kr.rr Farmer and Gardner tbonld 3
'' I cant .be' cried drug? .. rhiltlrvuI'rlee tkl; It U Inraloable Inla ..
,; go peckr ,en n be tri\vi \\lIb .lett .:' 'doom!!locks with a'aprlng. and I In tbe 7ear,1638' Donna Ana. the Fold n I Ij' by O.ceol. I'itarmacr. '* pro b lfiraln 1abl..sad, ud MUVMtoiT iu ne.tlT. Perm Mcufor or

i iI + 'f. k. beautiful wife of Don Luis Geronimo . .. Gcrdea. Citalofu nulled free on : == r. '*' ,
l"4Alexaatlet's' 4 -C-- Writ for It. i / X' ; --
V, (JTf gg brows wereh.bJt. Fernanda de Cabrera BobadillaT > I ) " " t .
Meadow fourth count of Chlncbona THE, / F"' ..
And then because be could think of and governor of the. Spanish province ::: '
.l!:j nothing I else to City;ne asked. "Are yon of Pftu.-4ay sick and. It was feared: NORTH KISSIMMEEBARGAIN : 3 S..edsm "n; Richmond, Va.. =_=..:"" ,.n.);t"H: :" "f"'r.FREEZERS. .,* HAMMOCgSwMQS,; :;! ,. ,=:..,,,:;.i ter.,......". ".. : ,31'"."t.1Oj-
: hungry-. -" '- 'I dying of an intermittent fever in ,ber r := ', ._ ,,::, 'NETS -. .::::s ">
,"Starved.the'Bald;. palace at Lima. Her physician Juan --I := :::::
[)J tic n s roUC t'oDt cracker and cheese de Vega was at his wits' end. flee STOREA. : REFRIGERATORS; ETC. ==
and sardiauand olives and marmalade i husband was in despair when the corregldor : UP-TO-DATE E -
ejid All the dainties that a bach. I of Lora a neighboring state, I : ::::::
I (.< 'eler manager who .elects to eat at I sent to the former a small packet of ==

'j meals ,the coarse. food that is givenVjijajinenrf {powdered quinquina bark, whlcjj be -
'i keeps for private knew the Indians prized highly; as a S. GILBERT | and House
(:; ,........, ..-:r conmmp.j febrifuge"t.**.*- -. Sign
*iI. '''u.-it: I only knew ) Tie powder was administered to the r

';:" "wM.-'jibe said.Jl. "1 should be almost countess, with the happy result that .

b.ppy M {*> .__._ _the.ferer left.her, and_a complete cure DEALER IN -
f il* name 1 'Bobble r'Alexander was effected Painting E COMPANY ==

t''' : Two year later in 1940. the much 1 Dry Goods, Notions 3

!< ._ .ed.i, ..J went to school.togstjsr.aad.L.Is named Count of Chlnchona and his :E'tlU1U1UU111UUUUUIUt1Ut11U1111tUU1ULUU11ULUi111111U1U
;:;,.' ,at college now, and .wife returned to Spain, and as the Glasssware EnamelwareWe -- :

", n% hasn't.anything to"marry' on. and I Ittbaf'.wiaJ' Countess Ana brought with ber a .t -. -
: mother objected, and tbats quantity t..J the Dealing 'bark the dlsttncBboT'irclaimed / PJasticoi'ng :
Paper Hanging
; w ,caw.ftD'away,.. .a l ..-. for her of feeing! thedratpeiwolf .. I i C. A. UARSON, President XT. o. BRYAN, SECRETARY
/'!:.DO ioaT1fm 1 Uaxand.r asked I to introduce! it into En rope. ./ ,
1.,' ;1I10w17 ; ,:r'f (_ i Tier physician .we are told made a We sell) McCall's Patterns and I '
coar-.",.. gab q\JSek.l1'\ 01117' large IfortOM'by' selling it In Seville Publications. .
.; 1-"Dot" rare right now, It seems a. ai, 100 ;'reals tbe pound. "It was this Satisfaction Guaranteed The Waters & Carson --
St", .couldn't bar' *. me com out to famous cure" of the Countess Chin.- Subscription taken for McCall's

.i!' the storm alone U he had.loved m.," .cbooa'that.brfnced tbe great Swedish Magazine only-50c' per year ost- *
R .-."Beoan't.'laid' 'AlennderAnd' botanist Linnaeus tang afterward ,to paid. '
,< ''bde "' ''' rename the whole genus ot' quinine Grocery CompanyWholesale !

t2 :. ,0..... after moment,,. tie said yielding tree "cinchona" in'her honor. Pbo.. 35 Klsslmmec, Ra. \ GEO. A. GILBERT .
't S ,jd wi jSrttwender if.yon know'' what I II
.''ilu*t'..-.nt'like ova tot which one Had One After All.! CONTRACTOR. I

I),'; .offers..;for which one dies '#.;need Jim my-bad always lamented the fact WILLIAM. KIDN.r PILLS, I and Petal Dealers In- . '
sl barlit... 'f4! irrs4. .T-(J\ that be bad no grandmother. Be was Hare overworked TOM ne lecUd :your Kldn?utn r T H and Ve 1- I '.
SDI aught" breath 'r-N ODe ever'said quite atisesdwith: the quality of his yon caused tremble utout";::::. and l>Ud .t? 1 neb thing to me of love before" parents. and 'be was not especially :yon? Mau H ave* you In lot.a flabby.. side apasranee,bank f mini ot andbladder the I T.ft./ RffERSft\ /f I D.) i

d. 'Dobb1. and 1 Jut thought the to nave. under f Too fregnenl "GR'OCERIES
@i Ma anxious.'pn whole anymore Saes MpMUII tbj eje SURGEONOffice
... .... William.'Kidney PHYSICIAN AND
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of;fcn*- i d-yof paving; our: own people about the bonae than already Mil will sureyoa-.tDrurfatPrice W.. /uldoaly ,
".:'.J Sbbat ;'was each k little- Innocent thing lived. there, but somehow or bf OK.ol. Pharmacy:. oter-Oiceols Pharmacy .. ,
with well parity nTber-eyeapfcoch other It irked him very mnch'to:: think I 169lOmce --
!' foresbadowtagln .her.face of the .-other bad PBONI:8'! I
..;. .: that boys' eomethlng .that r 1'8 .. ..
it.'. 'lrpfp etbat.p might.......that:A>* he bad'not" There were Billie Bobi- _T --- .
'It' e.u dfitld,b Dpnlarrely' ..,NZ>ea r UttlenatU son and Sidney Grant both'ebama of: DiarrheaQuickly DR 'I WE SELL WE BUY
;,',y 'drL'watt lore-real lore--comes' bis-they: both bad grandmothers..,and J.
\\1," to yon Bfors> you marry.." it dldnt eeem exactly fair that be wa. "
,f 8W'bet4 "t' beI'-baDe to him. "1 deprived of one. DENTIST I HIDES .,
;rm.". abe whispered. "1 win. wait.: One day. however be had a nappy Car d.r j Upstair In Katz Bulldlnr.OFFKH. GRAIN
auk o iiatpromiea&tlwriander camp. thought. 9.. 12
1f' ; Ho'UBS m. to
i a 441". ....--tor,A "Ma." he said "what doss the word } 1:50 to 6:30p. Si I II I FERTILIZERS
opened it, 'and Bobbie grand mean. anyhow?" I Telephone No..76 Jun 6. lvrL WOOLAND
stumbled over Jb.esbold.. ,-Wnyr'lofryr:bearidfnl noble sub! Chamberlain'sColic SHINGLES ,

,!TVBy--didn't-,-Coq. .wlltr be_compIaJDe4 llme- replied Id*.mother. .- I ORANGE BOXES .. ..
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at once. i"Wba. didn't. you A broad smile ,wreathed the be' Cfio1eraandIiarrlie t <-..
\I, .waif 1ICIUIe face. be Jumped up and down on the i j jr i; ORANGE WRAPS ;- ALL
"It: was *oc) ,an awfnl'atorm.. and floor la an ecstasy of glee.nvmar I f 'Remedy't .

1 I'you weren't there. BobMe.Twi ." be cried "1 nave got one r \1 1 1.j. 1I t I'I' w:z. vrtrr VEGETABLECRATES COUNTRYPRODUCE
',.!',- might haft known I'd haveeoma"b.fameda1 after all." . I ; .. .
::: ;, .d.o't' ... whyyoucAmabare. One what," dear TV asked bis metber.&Ddmotbft'J"be .i I Cut always .bo. depeud.dtlpole. .; .J.|"V PBY91CIAH AND CRATE If.AILS _
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looked.rerywher '--' -
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1aiosscs Pone ssT: gr.uirn;
During the months ctaUdreaarBsnbjeot
'"you and then I saw this light and I "Where la she. dearr hie mother to bowel summer disorders and should rPlClllPJlo-. e7. / rtoaipa.I .'

emote over and looked through the win ...Inquired."Why reoetre the> most careful atteeitlon. A* I 1r'
"'3 sk ; ) "Sbe" you're it. mother." said the I soon as any,unnatural IOOSMMM of the)r' W. W.. CARSON, D: D..'S. We sell field and garden seedier all kinds. "
'.".. vyAl4.r. btttbrpod., could boy. .""You're my inot.ber. and you're bowels ia noticed Chamberlain's OoHc I OBNYAL PAULO"':: We give special attentipfl to fitting out hunting': and camping
it"WtaoCata71; th* Iafa t-and atorm lofty, beautiful noble and eublime. I I Cholaraaad DUnbaa Remedy shoals bt :) parties.
t especially the b.antifuft"Whatever d.eo.t.. W. advent* it bottle, ao4U ..nVtfls. aUILDIN8t .
Sn limits. Phone No.
S"-a. -,.,.: I : / > Free delivery city 12. '
We11 wndttiaiwr la to keep bottle OYt11.OsotoLAPNAR!.
exxmomv 'alwaya ,
fJal' i:; : ; the ausllty"of'tbs'1sd1rlogic
; ', bOr tlUD.Ul : fertilizars. '
; ware''co- f nty i.a'ent for-iood' us for circular .
hand* TOIl do not it may .
:. : 'b.'d.hand.d.rYa-f: saybra his course of reasoning made I i be Deeded but when dow sat U JO'I 0..10.. MOO'... I f TO,.0'a 2 -,.;. and prices on fertilizers.. .-- . .. :
happy-Llpplncotfa. 1
,. one "grandmother" very .
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11 want 1'bsdi7 a botU today. .
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fcr virtu*.f t eertaln .mnithw: "'". i iuU '
.. out of and.. under the eeaT of tbs'JOIrcult'' Pros Jw.f Go 19 lliCjJf()
Court: t..OI. ..ab'. Florida anddatedlAa.'
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vetM. A.D.UOi.whereto.U:Moea fa plaintiff KISSIMMEE ,-.M ... Y
. ... BAPTIST CHURCH'Oontondlnr d i
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aMVgehopaLLJon.s_...... iaIharetouteduaoaand -r" nW .-i, .
; will Mil ta;UM hJe-neet. t / .. .
, Udder for east.).before rho-1Lurt i boose4aartn'KlsslnmeeO I ., "MraesHy: for the fartllwtrtch-v/M ones. for atl) 1 yes 1"l'

.'$ .oeola. County. rJorIcb.l Mlrths \, ., 'V ,delivered unto the aatats.''-'oda'. .. 1 Offers to the invea(ior.vncl:. "}..omaMeker"y ealtMul' od=e
1 ,.; >kit day of '\> tobr. A.IX 11)j1l.|> <,tbe aame beta "...... y,... ... "' ' !1'1 ftl 'mate. goofTW'atrjr<< good roads, beat railway.. >
*t mU dar for Mid Court. between thelecalboon ., !lu'N't' N'STIt..HENS.. f aefon, ation .
.. of sale U o'clock a n.. and. I o' looklt. mV 1 facilities and 'the beat five acres of land'. .

,the following described rMl.2estate,. to-wltl Un ., LEST _.i PRo3PEA'"COLONIC .. Florida for $100. Terms $10 cash, balance in, nine
. dint*'one half Internet in bouae and lot In the ., j ,I r ,. VtO FORGET ,. j r t| equal monthly payments of $10 each. #
.' Town of Klaslmn. Xla. .. ..are particular deearlbedaifallows > ., :: eep working. for three hundred I'n'Sunday School. -- .mlt;$10 to the ,Orlando BanK and, Trust Com-;
/ ,*<>wit B.sinnlng. lA ft north of the by .Chflatmu, / 'ilan'yOrla.ndo.
Florida for each five-acre
aouthwrt.orn of Park and.Bar. streets s their ., you
cresslne?at the eorner of Block O. Robt Bass ddltion. -' \ MrlWVttf purchase the cashier will send you contract
ta the Town of Klaslmmee Florida, andranalnc -t PROGRAM-SEPTEMBER" 12,. 1909.. RAFT andwben ten acres ate Purchased you are,fflven a lot

north 76 feat to the comer of Lot 4. ., '. o PROSPER 1n Taft;.eOll':>.120 'fe t.,, ,
thwHMOMttorhrhtof way of the South Florida ., .
Mr' IIf
-- MORNING-11 A. "
.Ballroad. ThmM south alone aid right of way j;, +1 ..COLONY '
. to a point duo east of becinnlnc. '{!henee wont to ., Piano Prelude, ., For Pa'ticdhralld. Illustrated Boo Write : '
point of beclnnlnav. Levied on as UM' property '., Doxologry. >-_ .. \- :
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-01 0. H.S&ppardT defendanirmiHl - --'-1" 1-
Mid execution and o.... ., Hymn 105-"Joy to the World." .

C..PREVAT'r.' ., Scripture) Lesson. *... Prpsp J an d
1 Sheriff,Osceola County. fla. Hyrfn M2-."Hppy Day." ,
Au.. Slot 190B) . ., PrsyVr. KISSIMMEE.
., Offertory 174-"Near the Cro...." \ FLORI A ,
Serm n-"To What Extent Shall -Christians Accept .
Shertfl's Sale ., or Reject Public'Opinion T ?._ '. AGNTf, _WANTB1D ? i
Invitation 428-"He Leadeth Me." .
Under and by virtu of a certain. execution Is. In writing pleas mention,this paper.
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EVENING-7.30) P. M, '
Circuit -
and out Of and under th. sal of th. ., /
Court In and for Osaeola County. Florida, and Song 618-"True Hearted." I
dated September lot 1909.wherein the Water* A Song 45-VLet the Lower Lights. Be Burning", '. "

Canon Franklin Grocery U defendant Company I have U plaintiff levied upon and and Frank will Song Prayer 130:. -l"We'IV Work." '. ." . .. ........ .. "".".. '

., highest and beet Didder for cash be. Scripture Lesson. .
forflth.. Court House, It..lm.. ..... OeeeelaCounty. Offertory 88-"Onward, Christian Soldiers." / I :' ,

FlorId., on Monday.... 4th day of October. Prayer. .
:A. D, 1110II, Th.umo being a Rul. Day.for ., Song 693-"Savior, More Than Life to Me." '

Mid Court between th. local. hour of .. .. 11 ., Sermdn-"A Christian at Work." flave in StockS

o'clock drlbedI a, m. and estate_S o'clock" East. m. th.half following of Block ., .lnvitation"332-VLet Him, .In." /. '' re I : atN ,

B.U Robert BaM addition to the town of It.mmM ... ., The pastor begins a serIes of. three ermons Su h .

.\ City Florida. day'night on being a hristian. The three subjects ., ,
Leivied on ae the property of Frank Franklin are: \ /' 3* '
defendant, and acid to latUfy laid execution and September 12-"AChristijjr at Work" r ., .
cast c. r. PREVATT. September 19-"A Christian at Home." .,
Sheriff: Oeceala County Fla, September 26-"A Christian in Politics." ,
Auc 31. iwiiCitdtioa\ Bear in mind that all nlghrlces will be at 7'30! '

,from now on. / .' Low Pricesw "
ol Administration. <" .
.. Count Court Otceol County. Florida-By. the DEACONS-C. A. id"rso'J.N.! C. Bryan, J.'M.: Willaon, ., "I
County Jddre of Said County: Jr., C. J. WoodalC J. *. Collier. CLERK-C.; W. ,
Whereas... O. B. Woodall boa applied to thla Dann. TREASURER-Conrad Bryan. 1
Court for Letters at Administration on the Es SERVICES OF THE 'CHURCH-Sunoay, 9.45 a.' m., ., _

tote of Ella E. Wood.ll deesasad. late of Mid. Sunday School;. 11 a. m., and 7.30 m.;' Preaching; ., .
County of Osceola. Thursday 7.30pm.J Prayer MeetingFriday.; 7.30p. c, \
These are, clto and admonish all! m., B. Y. PU..; First and Third Mondays, 4 p. m., .,

and .Inaularthd klndTe-, creditor of Balddnrnnnrt. Ladies' Missionary and Aid Society. . -. .
to be and appear before thle Court on
or before the 4th day of October A. D. 1_. and ., '
flle objection, if any they have to the granttnUttars .

as aforesaid. other..1ee the same will be '. .' .
ranted as prayed I x . 'W ., '"

Witness my name a* County edge of th. -.. ... "i
County aforesaid this 2nd day of tteptember. A. I ) .
'_h' . i ,.. fCal..l.oatlof.N
D. 1W1! GTTKRlBBSr -- -
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County Judge '
--- ..---- -- .---- .-- I' GENERAL DIRECTORYOf Wednesday Hall.night at 7.30 o'clock; in Fraternity -- lw "-'---'- ::. '- . >. .

NOTICE of Application for Tax T. M. Rivers chancellor commander.R. ,
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Deed Under Sections 574 and O. Meek records and seal. '
keeperof '
the Churches and Fraternal Societies '

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675 General Statutes_ of the of Kissimmee. Carload .Pittsburgh Perfect;:

ate of Florida.NOTICg OSCEOLA CAMP NO. 79, W. O. W. .

+ hereby iflv. n that George WDavis. Meeting nights second and fourth

.iMmiTjr t ttf Tex Oertinnrtw--- 104, CHURCHES.BAPTIST. Tuesdays at 7.3O p. m. Fencing Wire .
Laud the 7th U,srf July, A D 1'KW\ A.'of Tax --,'- --_".-' -c
A. D. Gilbert. C. C. --h.
(Certificate No ll7SSiat.i C. W. Dann Clerk. .. 'U '
O IH9, ha flltwl old HUatea. In my offlctl. )
and] ha made applloatioHsJor tax Lewd to Bunyan Stephens, pastor. t i

larnio in aor ordanoe with law. Sunday School 9.45 a. m.-N. C Bryan, Carload Paroicl'-Rooflng \ :,
Bain1 oertlttmtes embrace the f,1 'Inlf' d.a FOR EXCHANGE. .
nltonted In 'Osceola'I superintendent.
Abed proiwrty tasty I .
-' ..towlt: Preaching 11 a. m. and 7.45 p. m.Prayermeeting7.45Thursdayevening'l. .-.. i
Lob and S of r. Pick reo'... MubdlviHlon of Three hundred and twenty' acres of -

lot 7A of the Florida LandA Improvement Co 's ". B. U. 7.45 Friday evening. good land in Graham county, Kansas, Carload TBarbed Wire.
Addition to KlydmfnneCltyThe Visi i always welcome. for land in Florida. The Kansas farm : ,
the date of
said lands being an> s ed at I .
the IBSIM.UOV of aald tax oertlfloaMs In tbe names .N 11'.l p !: I has 160 acres in ivation'and' 140 i.t.

K. J. Carrie and J, C Oilbnrt.rfnleoi .acres fenced into two pastures of excellent .
PRE EtlIAN.- ...
laid cortlfloatcs shall be'redeemed ac 'water to tank in .. ':.. . >
cording to law, tax deed ,,1111.011. thereon on S.; S. Snyder pas 1 grass, pumped J. "/! J.. .. . ',, .' ,' ,., !' .', .... .. 'I'-'I," ...'.',..." -' '''- x '
'pasture from excellent well pumpedby <>il'/ 1, .f'i"' )) f .. '
an I .
. I4t D. \ : .,' ;. '" -" \ 11 .i" ) 'v I HI ". ,i
i- the lath day of >pt. A. J'HW. ,Sunday School 0.45..aNm. "-Geo. F. -.. .. q I, 'j' r. r I ,.. ,
,. [ Wltnen mi omelet tl'oat".. and seal this the <1 windmill. Also good well house .'I/.Ii '
t'" Parker' I te d t. J 0 ; .I' ., .,
*% *,**'.9th day of Aul".;*;I>."1110II. ;:, .j", rah'a": : ,. super n n jn "- "",_ -'Ii1lE.\i:: \, with water.Rowing through tank_*In \', \\\,1\ ,_'$ ,'' .". ,
% AJUIIUR\ E. DONEQAN. Christian Endeavor 6.45 p,' m. 8etl ) which Js kept milk and butter in sum- ) P.I G " :
Clerk <;Irrult Court Osceola Oountv Floilda. Prggching'every; second and fouY : : __ < .' .. . ; :
'erT; BplendicTliog" house with'water : .,. .
Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. m. .
p to the pens; chicken house, large :
Prayer meeting! and choir practice i
Order For Publication.IN bartvgr ain bin, corn crib, cow stables, -
Thursdays betore the second.and fourth .
wagon antlvbuggy shed six-room housein
the circuit Court 7th Judicial Circuit\ Oneola Sundays at 7.30: p m. -
'tion 500 : :
good Cop bearing fruit ,
<' County. .r1ol0-ln ('hanceryElltabcihKtwnsndherhu..bsndJ.J Visitors most cordially invited to all
Kix-n, \... trees and a splemkd farm. Fine improved ,
Rninhokl S..lIt..r.. allu U'eruvr H.Bchelf Bill to Remove Cloud From Title _... -
appearing! by affidavit/ ap|>en"od to file I ji prices ranging from $20 ttt 40 per acre M

bill filed In the chute Mated cause that Reinhold CHRISTIAN.A. . I This farm sold for $8,000 lasV-jjear, and I W. B. '

HUielfer nllne Werner R Sibeifer, the De- M. Chi holm, pastor. I i is held at $8,500 by the p.resent Owner, MAKINSON: CO., ;
f.mdant therein) named, Iff I
a non. resident of Preaching first and third Sundays of who deslrerto"exchange dsI n a ?
the State of Florida 'nd a .....Id..ntof The
Gorman.. Empire and la ever the age of twenty- each month 11 a. m. and 7.45 p. m. ';I the south and will accept or pay differ. : : : ANNN.
Bible School 9,45s. m.-C. E. Yowelt nce according to merit of the deal. "
one:yean; It Is therefore ordered> ,Mid nonresident I :!O; : .
Defendant be and U hereby required superintendent. ]I Kansas is a very rich state and.this U ... ..
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to ap|>eair te the Bill of Complaint Bled In said Christian Endeavor first and third a good farm rented for one-third the .. .. ,
cause on or before Monday the Ut day of November
Sunday of each month'at 6.30 p. m. I crop. Write what yon have to offer.
A.D. 1 ,otherwise the allegations of r''I13/9RR N
,avid bill wtll be takes 1 U eonfeased by said Prayer meeting and choir practice every j I A. S.l'iELSON.Art.; JF ,7prj,
Defendant Thursday'at 7.45 p. m. > : I 1-1

fished It .. furtlei ooo a ordered waek-for that eight this coneecuUve order be week put '. T -1...r "*.t'-" ,r I Wichita, Kansas.: II II'I Your. MonaIf y '.Back Jj !

-In the Klasimmea Valley Qaaette, a newspaper EriSCOPAL.Rev. .
SALE.-nSituat-- '
\ published Thts, August. la aald 17, 10W.County and Slate David D. Kldd. rector. I ed about three rnllcs from Kissimmee, JEWELER you don't say;this (is, .the bel5t,off1 : r."'made, by. the '"Best'1;! I

ARTHUR K.: DONEOAN. Services every second Sunday at 10.301 I on railroad, less than one-quarter 'mile Paper: 1n. Diaie.'r/ : ' .:,ifTfc

J. U MOON. Clerk Circuit Court a.m.and4p.m. I from station and within 100 yard of AND i \ Swtmi-tVwwfcljr Joairnal'slzlaortbm; v i
Morning prayer and litany:very Sunday I church and school house Tb. :: ,
Solicitor for Coniplalnaut ; thickly set- WATC3 garri.r and Patron, SIR! _,0.11. fl'_ ,. ,
at 11.30 a. m.-Conducted by; a lay tled community. Grove contains 12 Tit* Wotn.M's World Ma g szlae'sl. ; M t t ti" If", 'C i

Order For Publication. man. acres; about I 60) ) large. bearing. orange ,.REPAIRER 'I 5'' .4. \;;!, u.. 'Ir .-t, I
Sunday School-1st, 3rd and 4th Sunday and . 'H
trees' over 400 grapefruit trees All ee Six Months t J
JH the CI""uIUJour&, Seventh Judicial Clreult, ; 10.30 a. m., 2nd Sunday 9.30 W T. '
Oaceola County Florida a m.- just coming into bearing;also nearly 400 3"S'c 4 : (
-19 Chancery .
'Clifford: V. Bowem,Joined by herhudband. John W. G. Hanklns" superintendent.All peach trees. Will sell at a bargian. I I for t.. .. ... ., " ...... . . .. .... .. M' ,>,1)>,- ,. ,\ '
F. Bowen, TS Debbie H. Thai-man. U W. cervices suspended "during: ... July For particulars address box 2S3, 'Kis- . :CasisiUslMV Jtse'ws1 I
Thurman, the Duttoa Bank corporation. nnder and August. simmee, Fla. Son day as this !i..oli.L :
the laws of Florida \ ; t tons .
doing business at ... ; :
CalBesrUle. W. B Thomas Auitoll Bank, i
oorporatlon under the O-wrfla, Byd: L. METHODIST.Jas. JJotke. B. C. MILLER '='T, 01 C. R. Layton.M oo-partnum. doing T. Mitchell, pastor. '''.' The Home Building Company of Kis i.weekIyD

business under the name and style of Carter A Preaching Sunday and simmee Invites.correspondence with all The se ; .. t
.Layton and B. J. Thornae -Dill For Foreclosure every morning pal ; Atlanta (GaI f !
evening. parties desiring to build in KissimmeeOr BARBER SHOP ,

It appearing by aflldarlt. appended to the Sunday School 9.45 a. m.-J. M. Lee,' Its immediate vicinity. This company ----*------- '

bill filed In the above staled cause that 8. J superintendent, is prepared to erect any kind of '
Ihomaalaa non-r. rident and UP-TO-DATE SERVICE BY :
a resident of Prayer residential buildings on installment
,Denver,Col.,and Is Mn the ae of twenty-one meeting every Wednesday plans. : .
yean, and Au.t.ellllu" I. a DOQ-rasldent corporation night. I EXPERIENCED WORKMEN r .

of the State qf Florida and a """dea'.oorpo.Uoa Choir practice every Saturday night. Wood For Sale. f-t- ** <
of the Slate ofOeorrte It I Is therefore : 1
ordered that the Mid non-resident de. Parties desiring to purchase stove I-' ,

- fendant .be and a....hereby required to appear FRATERNAL SOCIETIES.. wood can get good wood and prompt Kel! .Srepcnders 1 1y J-.t 'O { 1
to the
bill ut -
complaint ,
aid In said ,
or before Mond.].the 4th day of October oanee A.0 livery by calling" up ;J. W.. Overstreet/ Soda. Fount .

D. iAS; oifferwnfe.the alle\atione of ...Id'bin MASONIC. __ __ phone No. ..-- ,/ .
will be"taken.confessed by Mid --- -- Cold Drinks and Fine Viking Hosiery for' Men y
: defendant V '
for sale nMdi
atthis office.
80 papers 20c ,
I' further ordered that IBIS order .be pub : Orange Bloesonj. Lodge. Wo. ,X: 4; .
ll.hedonoeaw k for four coa-uU. we..ksaUwKlaslssmeeValUrOaaette A. M.V! meet* first 'andjthird;; Monday a bunlred'T/ Box Candies : 'ChllCtr bn i.- 6'' pair SI.OO.
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,newspaper Bights '0 each'monfb at 7.80 o'clock/ 4 ,
irabUahed' ,.Mid COM**and State. C1 E. \. -- -' - - ... -' -'-->.. -4. >" .;
Tnla August lash; Urn. Fraternity HaiL Jf01l08": bere6 'given that'pIane and epeete.tbare % .i/:,'No, Better Goody oo.the .
'- '. ;J. W. W. ,, Market. at These Price. :
Prentls M.
ARTeVRB.DONBOAN.Clark : fob prop oesj w aUi usaa are nosy m file .. ,, ,..
i dnmtt Court. R. O. Meek aecretary. a* the Ooe ef ta.ton ......and any dUaen.... Clears Cigarettes. TObaccos A
:.Tan Halle, H. L. Anderson, H, M. Hamp- IIIdII to iaepeet sean sen to so by eaMlaar at add
,Lost. Solicitor foe eompUlaani.Old efBee.ow THE
L f.' . ; '*armcvn: rmrus..'"- r w.: _....er0oaa. g. '5ii Ith des"ef; Aug.. A. D. CASH: STORE! >I
paper for add at this offleo. ; a
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; The, rule., of patronizing. home merchants,. home factories and home ID.I: "'t>>. 1'

: of. every character must be'strictly adhered to,., not theoretically but !

: 1 if we wl.b'tO the of .eT L. "'-"
lcaUr' ever assume proportions city.Jackson. ".

: has adopted the rule that I if_a man patronises foreign'in''preference to 1't 1,

,: businesses of any character he is tabooed, In 'other, words. boycotted by; 1- ." ,'F" i

citizens generally as a menace to tbs town and the result has been thai L lac; 'ti
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tea and twelve story buildings\ are being erected-in\bat city and In two .1 .4 I \',"

I : ' time it will nave tbb\l"Dd'populat.lo .. '
; : one hupdred :. .. ; .

I I Remarks have frequently been heard.oil the streets of this city, such, as, .-. ;'. .:

[ caD got such and such a thing, a little cheaper in--and I'm ,going to '- '1

: =i for it,," Suppose that the gentleman paying this spoke truly, does he 1 ';-{
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1.l! p and consider for one moment that if we all practiced his rule there: ',.

; ; : ld be no to wo,here In-a few months and that he_would, have no money to ,::;

.abroad and make hispurchases, that a dollar scent locally with Smith ,
in turn transferred to Brown then! to Johnson and so on down, the line, '':wb.: '
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j getting his share of the profit on what he sells but that the dollar be ..

to Chicago or New York or anywhere else abroad bas been as completely .
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to our local business as were sunk\ to the bottom,of the ocean.*. 1

Jf .Without. the aid and cooperation of one another we o nnot successfully .. -- -- ----

: and the sooner all our citizens get. acquainted with this fact the sooner
\ Kisilmmee take rank with the foremost cities of Florida. .
I There Is a way to make us big and that way Is pacronlze local busi _!

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To amount from Clerk 19 SHOOTING WHALES. Care Jn Prvpavfog Feed. ORANGE GROVE FOR SAI.K. -Situated -- WANTED. .
PROCEEDINGS Of To amount from Tu Collector II 28 about three miles from K'lBsimmw, ,

To IMI\ance on hand 11111I l'ELIOC1'IUC Msdarn AVhsUrs Ue. at Cannon and an. In recent years scientists, have on railroad less than one-quarter mile -. -. "
tT": CITY COUNCILKlasimmee LIGHT FU"IID. Explo.lveHrpooll.' 'I I proved that tie value- ef food Is measured from station and within 100 /ards of Your orange groves to Bell to my

To balance from last repOrt .J p.' INTo Whaling with m. lern methods In :' largely by Its purity; the result church and school house; thickly settled northern customers. Write fully giving
,-. amount from'Clark. '10 fill Alaskan waters la 'an excltfeg game la the meet stringent pee food community. Grove contains 12 complete description and price, including -
t t Fla, Sept. 7, '09. To amount from Tax I ioasctor 12 lIT especially for those who are new to laws that have ever been .Im.wD.' the usual commission to me for
To amount from $ L. Collator 614 STot.1 One food that baa stood out prominently acres, about 50 large' bearing orange selling. I shall bring people to Klsslm.
Council In session the business The modern whaling
The met regular
t-o trees and l over grapefruit trees mee to buy property, and after I have
there being present Tt W. Ellis, president ',6311'28Y steamer la a little vessel almost roundon u a perfectly clean and pure had several reliable parties here whom
into bearing 400
1'. M. Rivers W. J. Sears J. paid warrant.. -81 21 the, bottom, which enableailt; \to be food and which; was as pure before just coming trees. Will'Bell;alsonearly; I can refer to,. will move here, open an' "
; City Tp bala.....o haM .,.,. 5307171> turned and managed with the greatestease. the enactment of these law as It peach at .a bargian. office from this end of the
M. Hansell: P A. Vans Agnew, : Be Is Quaker 'Oats For particulars address box 28?, KIs- '
1.'TAa-'IMIND.. l' Mounted at the bow Is. OP small, could possibly ; Ing all for the
CAtty.' and J. R. Gilbert; Clerk. To bo.Ian..f...... laat ...port... ..v.a-J 1951 cannon that; shoots a .harpoon weighing Conceded by the experts to be UU Ideal simmee. Fla., soliciting your patronage, line.Thankl
'The minutes of last meeting'were read To amount from )I..hal't\ Hi'ijJ:'" 17 UO food for making; strength of muscle Yours :;
, ,,,," . more- than, 100 pounds and having' :,. .' ... .. .
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:officers To amount from Clark .\\I. J'\"r" '. '." d 5gToamount and"braln.: The'beat and cheapest of ; : r
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approved, reports ',,were an erpldslTe bead, called the bomb: A S. :
........ Tax Collector...,..... ..:. 419 Oat If Interested f in Florida '
. all foods.-TbeQltaker Company
pi examined and approved. Bills were ap- ----- If the shot la good and-the harpoon -
. proved and ordered paid as follows : To J>.lance 011 hand. ,.. .r 11.238U1LOINQ Is planted squarely' behind the fin, the is the call-' manufacturer of oatmeal Wichita Kansas..

V) .T' M Murphy, aa!u maror. .. .. >15 00 FUND. bomb crashes Into the Jungs killing- that has satisfactorily solved the/ problem Subscribe For -- ---
4 MoPhatter a,,lu manual .. M 00 i To balance from laat report s 4.0 III stantly: If- riot the struggle tnay 'laat of removlna th* husks and black
'. "I MoPbatter.court 5 M To amount from Clark 177 for several hours. speck which arix-e6 annoying when The Kissiffimee( Valley Gazette.
lollecto. 2 New
. J Z......--.eel traaatirer . .. 10 00 To amount from T. After a whale' baa been killed the ether brands are-eatao. f ,

X It Onbart. eat..clerk .... . .. K Oo To-lance 011 hand 1483 57C.a.TafY carcass la brought alongside the boat for hot climate Quaker Oats Is One Year -" $1.00 _:. .
'',, t. K. Clttxvt.. P. C.... baalrur If Tax Sale I FUND. and Inflated so that It will float. Along ; Hacked In hermetically sealed Una. _
* . tfViTWBIllaBalMaUUraBav T. I 21i4 siTo Six Months - -. 5Oc
ertUeat balan'sJMm last report : fresh &DALeto.aerwbeses >G
!: of rubber' one end' of kaepa
!k.. t 00 Ie00 Meat
' ernount from Market
I --- ----- Circulates in Every State in the Union
.. .,...... .. 4 00 which is attached to a.pump'and the
-W* Bears sal
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. .. . .. m 114 Old be in. .
', T' U aiTar*. sat at Jclermua0.. . ....t.' 100 Te b.laec..n hand other to a hollow spear pointed; tube papers bought any quantity :
, r3 M Baoaall. lal ai .14.r..I., .... '.. 4 00 A communication was received from ef steel, with perforations alone ltentfrv .i this office for 20c per 100. The very Best Anvertising Medium in thia Section .... v
t ,A."nee/sae.Twp.M wd.u.uoa'.lF. ,r-u the Mayor which Is a follows; ,length.; Is used: forTblsTpurpoee. wag to put undrr' matting Carpet. of the State, i
(TDIaafiinl.Tenne.Oravea,__.......wk '*10Jjj.J.UMuCbopwk To the Honorable City Council of the The spear Is thrust well' down Into AFTER a Ions:'

; .';.:.... .. ,3; .. .)A, * of Kisaimmea.. the whale's side the air pump started1 delay of soma .'
.. ........,.. ... .City
7-f F1 *--'!-i-pi......0.... p. 1 M and Oiled wltfi air
the slowly ;
I iurnerattHaU.rDt' ....",.. ....,..-;. .. WONlila.l.lwapwtte.'pTlstlne. GentlemenAn'ordinance providing body weeks I svveyaxaln
11I11Ia. for.the lasttanca by the City of Kiasim- When inflated enough to keep-' It afloat
>t t'\l}\< opened
; .'A....... .............wwk... t is.P' mee of, certaln..amounta for the tube .Is withdrawn, the 'lncMon' .
plugged with oakum and the carcass- uy Meat Marketand
att'i., TS M
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.JLTVaa: JUMW.-M the of installing a municipal -
... ... purpose off.> A buoy wftUra: flag i.. attached -
.z..w......wwIe..ett dock.. <<< 00 .., solicit
;I. L.O.IMTUK. btuBo eljr".:fMMaBroaM.hMltaatbur ." . 1..0 system of,Water Works and for the to the body, and: It I..then, set 'bare '
, -P.:.-.. . .... 17 110 submission ,of the .question of .such adrift to be picked up. at the end: .* WOW EORSCHOOL a. of the public patronage. <
w..I.t9.w .saes."teeth" -4r.. -..y/t. I. 3 aw. Issuance an'election of the qualified the day*' ,hunting. I b-ave secured ,the Mr"icb 'of 'anexparleooed -;
i..we.tvrwri'C.. .-.. c ..,.I a ..1 I
L. electors:of aid City. The whaling station la ai. gsonp. esT ..
meat cutter and will ,
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...... tTMt work. J7fjff "
g' J:1C Rob..ea paI4. has situated In bay '
The said ordinance not been buildings a' 9L covenear .. .J.
_ W.L..o, I.aelb. ,ly )K a\nMwwk ,'l 75'a.rv..sals.w9o1LLP. to handle at all times only ;
. ...j.. 140.00 legally pu ed by Council according to enough, to the feeding grounds- to-
I /.L Cm-ri. .a.8.l...i>dCo>. L: L''.... MOO Sec. No; 16 of the Revised Ordinances.For .. allow the steamer to-: eome- In- each . Whenever you. are ready we are ready to furnish such mtl.* will please my cus -
" .. with th. day: atebv. Ta .
LLBoe.ta.t.1 dataut -P'.I. 4110Y" I withhold night / tomers.
L EUIa. ... ... 1116 this and reasons. whales: are anchored at a buoy ln froM ,, everything required in School Supplies;. It
.. : '4NL my approval Inclined Call up Phone No'M'aDd give! mea
. TMW..5Q .."lpce.mataiatIoZkp.: of a long, platform Spoil '
, 5so..rbaos" ..... iR fei. 1$03I 'T: M.: Murphy Mayor. which they are drawn tall first ay.. will pay see .our stock now. Make'!: trial order. ;r

!I ........EIctate Co._.... tor L UP.M Ua _After reading.the above communication mesas of a steam wloelk and not be In the rush- ,
. ,."011....... tnIda'for" L..P.M.. .. $05wLy 'on motion duly seconded motion The saying that every' part ef ta* your caught R. D. COLLIER.:'X,
, IIIMa c.. ....for..L.P.i."", 14SCanM.OimvM.B stated of aarketalue which the'opening days.
carried the'veto of the within pig but th*.squeal 1 now always comes on
... 10.5
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*v a4.. for-.L'- P.-, 130w ordinance by the Mayor was sustained. Islalao:: a fact with the whale. This '
=r.hs.e Cq : shall be
; \. in the headquar-
we Osceola
wasted. year as past
. .4 Qr..CR"; .. .. .... eo The Street Committee was instructedto Not a particle of the animal: la County
, IL ... .... M . ... MeO After tile skeleton le stripped of flesh ":
; ,'.., ,1M ea: .. take,up with the Railroad, Companythe ten for all. that High .and Public.School Pupils -
-' -- .. c, I"i It la disarticulated sal the bone chopped '

r't3S.Daas.werkv i;1'!" )fa<*B_h.Uss sod: ,.....,... ....'; '''IIHIO matter of changing. crossing onMidland Jo. piece.., _....._: _ ,I __ _,._ .require . AbstractCompan .-
' O. r.B..itaa .cravat*frIl.--P: ....,.:; ieOa . Railroad The blubber is tried out for on.. aDdthe'
Du1feG.fl.w. ." ....... 10 By request of J. F. Clarkson the meat and bones are, boiled for the .
.... ... .., G. P.
wm.-a4 rained from artificially GARRETT Manager.
s. Scavenger' salary was Later the flesh la
... ; wars. ; .4 aom.t.r .... . 4WJ. same purpose. Tablets Pencils Pen Holders
&.60 to 66.00 month. and sifted making a fine .
: Clau.6'a..u& -,..... ... ... 12110I per dried Real estate
J.r.. received for and the bones' are ground up
', Bids were constructing guano, Fens Inks Erasers Title examined and
'' reported
treasurer reported on t
Zr Hoberson.' I sewer from Broadway to railroad. By for fertiliser. Even the blood la boiled - \ Taxes paid for non-resident .
,M follow: unanimous vote A. L. Davidson was and dried with the flesh, and the water ' Composition BooksYou Instruments relating real estate
--. FUMD.O ha been
the blubber
which drawn
In carefully
.,. I1MT 11MTI I awarded the contract at fS.10 per lineal l
...ka. fFM tut MVWt-. The
.............,...c..tI.-.t.... .. .. .... foot, and City Attorney was tried and out tall make after excellent being glue.sliced Into Correspondence Solicited.

........ foD Mask.l..1':::'.:. .. ... ...3100r. drawup._ >> contract,between City fins thin are aalted and barreled and ' -are.-sure-- to- find- what,- you want-'- -- here. 'and-'you,
. ..,rope Tan 00IlMt0ii.. ,u.., . IIi strips "
.... r Iavldson. .
' '......,.... .'1'.0.' n..... \.......r..-w e 711 and J.A-:;said Laneastr'ragAsaessor f & ; met hipped! to Japan aa an article of food.WoridX will get the best quality for the price. F. H. JENKINS j

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reviewing and equalizing-. assessment For Sal*-A qui labD.deed to 29 -
i' :'I'e . .,......t,...\.. ,"!' % for 1909. /i., of land adjoining] the city limita, : Surveying an4
r.. .' 55I I'VJfD. After finishing with general business, acre O.sceoIa-Rharmac .
!\.IoaII8MI tk v+r.e -f lrr ''r1'.11 the Council adjourned to meet Wednesday on nL MId1anI7 1 wf for i S209- Thee -- -
lYiros4A.k.y".y.:....... . 1tT.rwdteosTssOdl..4os u ,Sept. 8th, at 7:30 p. m. am kind of land almlliarly located,. is - ,:1:!"I
-' Drafting
...... .. .. 18 50p -the ,
. selling for more.than double price. ,
.. '.. .l b' :tw1d'\ ..'....r;, ....!:.... .. e4a Q. Maps, of Honda. Address P.; O. Box 272 Klsalmmee, a "
........... ,..i, ..... .... .. ., 27$07t" To any subscriber to the valley Gas Fla . "H' '., v OrncB IN FRATBRNmr: HALL ,,1'i'
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.......... ''CZ If foe 2$,cental a pocket>*p r f the statee Old papers for isle at thin office 2dcI' KISSIMMEEJI ETA>
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