The Kissimmee Valley gazette

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The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Vans-Agnew & Harris
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Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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newspaper ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )


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Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-

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Kissimmee Valley
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J'X the town, which was 'referred*"to the MAMHMBH BMMM B H M. hiving I rARE
come to assume
charge of the 1
. .. TO .BONDTHHOWN' sanitary committed. college work the '

1 er I .'!o .Jbe following entoTfo. the jgouncil which read '
r "--- was .. ha a splendid: reputation as an educate
,City Attorney Instructed Prepare and referrejKto the-street committee: + or, and his effortsthis '
.11 To' h1ir Clty= Council, City. g isVmrhee Board of Trade delegated Col. P. A. to result in summer promise Active: ,Work Begun on, the Hard
"to attendance of
Election a largernumber '
..' I,,.j '" 1. Papers' for Holding Gentlemen,At-a_recent. .meetingJthe,; Vans Agnew,tb'-appear before .\he-Bpard of' Artily' 'Er,girr=- % of student at Columbia College Roat) From the Orange County t

,.'....,. .4,; Bond for Water Works. Ladies" pillage Improvement Society I sere in Washington. City on Tuesday last and; urge an appropriation .this fall than ever before:> "4. I # JLtaeJoJfiij! ply.,. 4 .
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the extension '
took strong groun-dllavorlng -, for locks v&tha. a.aueat..of-.Mlr-C.--A:
the placing of in the river and,..eana.1 ,
.0ae The Council ha acted and thepeopJ.ortCliiT"mmee of sidewalk ,' or rather the construction I I son AI (amity while*In the city. -
City srrthis and Lake Okeechobee
are'happy-the 6f new sidewalks, and requested \\! city and the followingtelegrams The muth at ed-of hard road, .from I ,

Instructed to us on their behalf to call your attention from-Colonel.Vans Agnew:. ,indicate that his mis- the Orange county tin* to this city will
prepare; the necessary papers for the to this, matter. Evidently more sion wilt be successful:: HA py be an 'established fact before many.'

of election to determine the sidewalks would add materially to the I weeks, a* Road Superintendent; Over-. .

wishes holding of the an payen in the matter appearance of the town'and to the cqm- WASHINGTON. D. O., July 6, 1909. Miss Mabd Alderman Becomes the street baa a force of men and teams at I

- ':. of the town Issuing bond to'' install a' fort of its( citizens. On behalf of(the I, Valley Gazette, Kissimmee Fla. Mr.W. work! hauling and laying .marl, having K
ladies -therefore wish to Wife of : PVUiJderhill.', begun at the Orange line. This
- complete system of .water works for we, suggest Hearing held this mornh i'. Senators Talfaferro. and county
that walks be extended as follows:|. road:will be dearly three miles long and
domestic A man who holds ?
fire protection and. use. 'Fletcher presented strong arguments. Are awaiting de- the posiU6oof justice .
will connect with Main
Stewart street which
First-Beginning at avenue, ,
into whose hands was of the has
President Emil peace many unpleasant u
OD placed the petition ,for signatures of running therjce) along Emmett street on 'cision. VANS AGNEW. duties to perform but there are a- the city is now paving at the city limit1 -

La.>. ..,.. property owners favoring a bond issue,. 4he south side to its intersection jwjth; WARRHINTON, VA., aply 1, 1909. sions on which he permitted to briii ,j"'-1" h

N made his report to the Council at its Clyde avenue thence south on the well, Valley Gazette, Kissimmee Fla. sunshine and happiness to the live of When.this road is completed It Is the ,
side of said to the A. C. L.iR. R.SecondThat Intention of the to begin
avenue Commissioner*
showed Confidential information and these he.jolnl
indicates some together '
- meeting on Tuesday night-which appropriation will .are when '
nil that a large majority of kite taxpayers the walks be extended be granted. VANS AONEW. for life a good and honest, man inferring the road from?this city to
, the Council on'Main street as far'as in your judg- to beautiful and the Polk unty'lIne. which I Is about favored the Issue. Therefore a lovely woman.
ment it would be wise to extend them. three miles and when that 'work is C'
.tU without further investigation of,,the Such occasion fell to the lot of JudgeJ. !
be constructed finished there vrtll not 'be road'In..
Third-That walks a
the-election held. H.
matter, ordered Walker of Bassinger when he
along the west aide of Church I street Florida Its equal. >fthe Orange county
' take Miss'
will Mabel
Just when the election place placed Alderman Into the
g. from its intersection with Main/ streetto authorities wagd clayNtr marl tte]! road
will be decided when City Attorney Is IncreasedThe keeping of Mr. Wilford Underhill for '
the intersection with Mabbette street Subscription from Orlando h.line of this county
Vans Agnew has prepared all papers life, he to love and protect: her and
but at near.the Presbyterian church.. I she love and Polk count do the same from Lakeland .
, necessary and given legal notice to and obey him'untU ill
Fourth-Such other walks as occur to there could not be found on*, its
C the latest it will be by the first of Sep- death severs the ties, the ceremony *
10a your good judgment would Improve appearance equal In the wlole country "for'aut
June' the
i tember. County _Commissioners Subscribe for Four taking place on Tuesday,
!and comc.>rt.: 27th. biting besides being of great cane-

"a'tie > This is'a question which called the to the Valley attention (Signed,) S. H. BULLOCK. Hundred Copies of the Valley Gazette for Six Miss Alderman is one of the brightest nience to the hundreds of truckers and ii
" Gazette haa repeatedly
W, B HARRIS. orange growers along Its route in bring
a of our citiz.n., and now that it Months to be Sent to Prospective Homeseekers and most charming young ladies of
' C. A. CA son. ing their produce and fruit to market.
fWa Baasinger while Mr. Underhnl is considered -
is to become an established fact, we feel ?c
a that our efforts are rewarded. We have After readiag the above communication to be,one of the most honorable The County Commissioners have r r
a entered into with Mr.
if on motion duty seconded\ following and upright men the county ever produced. an agreement
i frequently made the statement that There is one feature connected with the material advancement of the W. B. Makinson to furnish him the V'J'
to be a city of respectable streets were added: ( He is one of the largest stock owners
Kissimmee was bette street to Clyde 'avenue ahd"down the advancement of all towns and whole county. in be marl and he to have It I laid from where
the first and most essential south Florida and Is reputed to a
proportions, the installing Broadway to Lake street. The street counties to which in large part can be But the"action J lhat has proven to be man of l large means. Both of the. the public road crosses the railroad _
"to-make it so was .
thing the most far-sighted the action that '
ISO to the town'of' St. ,
loijt near Peghorn new
committee was instructed to'1 I into wire and raised in
works credited that come people,
of of water any prosperity may young '
too) a system has redounded to more actual good to '
Cloud, a distance of two miles The
the matter and at the next meeting -
this is to be done,'noXhing report the and that feature the Bassinger, and through all their young
and now that to people, ; is all our people, was the subscribing fot making of this hard road is but the be-
7.801 lives have been associates, which culmi-
will stand in the way of qur city distan- progressiveness of the City Councilsand two hundred copies of the Valley Ga- of miles of the same kind ,
It moved and seconded that the ginning many ,
was nated for life when
! : Florida in- into a union they
cities in
.cing all other inland Boards of Commissioners zette to be mailed
ts the County weekly to partiesin
the Seminole Company will make for ;
! .... action taken by the Council at the \last grew to manhood and womanhood. fa
and business.
"i both population the north and who
I were convenience who
\1.00 the of those purchase
regular in regard to redemption with a. ,
meeting They begin the relation
of the Council 1 will marriage
This action When town is governedby lated to make Florida their home.
.75 'I a or county new tracts in the Old Soldiers' Colony and
I IUS nrore town's material wealth than 4 every prospect of a long and useful >
LCD 4 to our slow back-number Aldermen or Commissioners That action was taken nine months before the in its efforts
*I .. that have (Continued on eighth page) life and the blessings and.good wishes company ceases tin
dozen enterprises
have any that and marked has been the ad-
I -- -- you can safely expect_ ago so good hard roads will reach from one
.80 80 been established\ ,here, for it will bring town or county to continue to remain vance of this county since that time- bf a host of friends and relatives. end to the other end of the entire 85- i .

with means who will"hot be slow to TRAVELING cattle its hundreds here make their future t
60 pen ORGANIZER a flag station or a range, coming to 000 acres which ft owns. "
I6ollUl c nvest in factories or businesses of any _ t property tosseldom change hands, and home, new enterprises being installed 15,000 ACRES SOLD Of course the Commissioners cannot,

Nil character, ,for their property will l be its citizens to continue to live on white land values increasing-a large with the limited means at their'disposal '

, protected. Of the Florida ,Citius, Exchange Will meat and grits.* But where live, up-to- part of which is due to the stones this --- a< any extensive\ Inward-road s-w

a r The-advantages Kissinwnee-possesses Be in Kissimmee on the 16th.* date \buHincfin men are placed in these paper contained of the many and varied Mr. Thos. Wilson Purchases That building, but as it is a conceded fact by "

Tie I as a shipping point, being at the head I positionait Is just as safe to invest opportunities this section offers being Amount on Canoe Creek.It everyone that it is the intention of the

of navigation of a chain of lakes rivers The org nization of the Florida Citrus your money in bn<*tn ag. or property in read and believed by the hundreds to authorities to order an election for the t

offs 1 and canals that reach to the Gulf, and Exchang a movement that will those localities it is to purchase whom it was sent, that the Commission- is of daily occurence that land sales of purpose of legalizing bond issue to

on the main Ime!! of Florida's greatest result in more aotthU good to the orang 1 I government bonds, for prosperity i8 a3/ --fin__ Monday I hist increased the considerable magnitude are reported andIt pay the,expenses of laying marl on 4

railway, and also the terminus of two growers in .this stateHban anythingever certain to coma to the people as the county's sTlbsewptiaiLjo four hundred is seldom we give more than a brief every public road in the county it will ;

,'ur.wa sfiturt lines that run through most pro- before attempted along hat line, I' sun shine copies weekly for six month'-- mention of the deal but when 15,000 not be many years before Osceola wilt

ducd 'l.\.\. fruit and vegetable sections, and it Is exceedingly peculiar thatthe I To this latt< class belong the CountyCommissioner ''I Everyone in this county recognizes acres: cEangeJxandg, as did this week be known throughout the United. States ..
| .
,u.o dsrt makes it 1 an admirable place to establish growers of this county have not as yet of this county. Since ,, the invaluable aid this paper has been whenthe, _Downing t-SQld this amount as the!h4rd"road"counlyTThe - -- ,

factories of' nlmost any character, and taken 4r'-( interest ill or Y-JiaI1l11led. fBce--thui county hatt-M-i' in-bringing about the wonderful pros feTMr. Thos. Wilson, of Sumtez:. S. C., building of roads in this county k

we-will not be Surprised i if a score of themselves with the movement.On vanced with .aterstridel than any in I perity>which our people are now enjoying it warrants us in giving the trans- is not by any means as expensive a* it it ain

new enterprises; are'Hi' operation here ,. the16th of this month the traveling Florida,;and. fore their terms expire ,, but none ;more than the County actions. a more extended notice. other part of this state,. as the coun*',
before the year close v. I l organizer, Mr. J. A. Reid, will-be: it will havemulation re'*than trebled its pop- Commissioners; and believing that still Mr.: Wilson during the past three try is usually ultollinlr enough to do

,, ,. By calling this election' thV-Qouncil- in Kissimmee'for the purpose of .meeting I and -itincreased taxable'values will have 'I more good could be accomplished by Its month. has purchased ''about 60,00(1( ( ( away with much filling or ditching .

; men have demonstrated that they re.drily the growers of this county, and it, fou fold., While,their terms more general distribution" increased acres of land.3d this ,county' &U. of while in''some 'localities in Florida It II. J

.' ( alive to the heeds of Klusimmee. 4$ hoped that everyone' _engaged in that of office only >egart the, first'of: the tbeir subscription:- as slated above,-'to which is adapted to farming and truck- necessary jo; do a' gteat'' deal} of both .. '" ?"

'i I :'"sod. whenever It is jieceBflary ,take!: .a indtustry will be.present"andVpdRticlpatein \ -*. year, iji'that i port time they have built four hundred copies weekly for six. ing, but this last purchase of 15,000 filling, excavating! and ditch'mg. .

progressive step they will nail be slow 1 the meeting. more hard su face roads than had been months.We acres, which lies oil Canoe Creek, is especially .

In acting. There is not a member of Tile Produce News has the following buiH for year ; they: have laid Out new take this oppertrnmy1 to returnour suited to fruit and vegetable pervade t

l'11' the Council but who has as much desire to say of Mr. Reid and Ins trip over roads and opv ed up new territory that thanks to the County Commissioners growing, and if he should decide to and county ana everything that will .",

to see our town grow and prosper as Florida: settlers have been unsuccessfully demanding for their most generous Subscription , cut ft up into small tracts, they couldbe enhance the public welfare or be a

t any man in Kissimmee, and whenever J. A. Reid, the travelingrbrganizer, should be done ever since the and assure them that the Valley readily disposed of, for there are at convenience to our people meet with

I {(e occasion demands the installing of anew who has been engaged by the Florida county was organized;_ they have repaired Gazette will do all in its power to make present fully half a hundred" prospectors the! heartiest approval of everyone, iFcost

r municipal enterprise, it will be done Citrus Exchange to meet the orange the county buildings and extended Kissimmee the largest and most progressive in this locality looking for a suitable 'what it wilt The people of Ki-

as soon as the way is made clear. growers and give them points on the financial aid to other county boards; inland city and Osceola county location on which to grow garden simmee and Osceola county are blessed :
'\ for different features of the California in fact:they have at session the most populous and truck and additional numbers are arriving
.. !'1:..r. The Council also made provision every prosperous with having money as well a* an abide,,
:' 'the laying of additional sidewalks and system will begin st once the work of done something I that wouldj' add to county in,the state. every day. ing faith in the future of this section

i otherwise improving the condition of visitation to the different sections of Mr. Wilson is a large holder of railroad and they are ready'to show ,their faith
l the state, to effect organization of the stock and it is that thro' -
our streets, but one of the most important possible with their dollars. .+.c
t. action that has been taken since local units or associ ions of orange his effort a road will be built from And that faith b making 'Osceola,

l the town wa organized, and which will growers upon which the work of the exchange The Soil of Qscepla County this city to the southern part of the the famous county of Florida and ha '" a

tt result in much good, was the creation will be built. / county almost of hi. real estate i Ia made Kissimmee the City of Garden if
At a meeting of the executive committee situated the south of .
to this town "
":. of a new committee to be known as the Relative to the foregoing we excerp

g tJ'. "committee on sanitation." Dr. T. M. Palmer, held jn Tampa at the Monday office of the Col. following Thos.- Is Used to .Fertilize/!the Grounds Surrounding the : the following from the proceeding of, .b. t 3;. ";':

i Rivers than whom there is none better A Porch Party. the Orange County.Commissioners pntf-:_, .
l qualified, wa named aa chairman. and route' was mapped out for Mr. Reid, Famous Tampa Bay Hotel. lished .in the Reporter-Star" ""'"* :-- ,
who possibly be accompanied by : The following from an Oxford; Ga., .
he Is known to be advocateof may "Messrs. Dickaon
ar a* a strong, and Beeman, ap.
( will be of interest to' local .
somemembers of the committee to introduce paper our '
r } borough cleanliness, as well aa being readers peared before the board !n.-regardto:

$ competent to direct the work that will him to the growers: To the Editor of the Valley Gazette,: garding the richness of .the soil. A : of roads'-Ieading to: Volusla. :and.'Oseeola
A beautiful event afternoon -
4 t bring about a'perfect system of sanitation Plant City, Friday, July 9, 10 a. m. Since I visited Kissimmee j and'purchased well known gardener and florist, who Wednesday a't counties.. This will be on 'the. direct

we may expect to'have the cleanest Bradentown, Saturday, July 10, 10 a. a tract of land at St.! Cloud I laid out and planted the far famec' was the porch party which Mrs. line of the highway from Jacksonvilleto
v R. M. Evans-nee Miss Helen Meansentertained
as well a* the healthiest town in the m. almost daily learn something that is grounds surrounding the Tampa Bay Tampa, which i I. being discussed.No .
United States in a very short time. 'Lakeland, Monday, July 12, 9 a. m. all to the good regarding that beauti- Hotel declares that the magnificeni for her guest Mrs. Dann, action taken by board." 'l t.
of Kissimmee Florida.
Winter Haven, Monday July- 12. 12 ful and fertile valley, it* people and flora and fauna owe their fertility km R
The beautiful colonial home of Mrs.Evans' '
'ii: noon. prospects, until I am convinced that beauty to the fact that he had the fertilizers ,. More Teachers Appointed. '
,4 r r,1 j The following are. the official proceedings Bartow Monday, July 12, 7.30 p. m. notwithstanding the elaborate accounts brought by carload direct from parents, Mr. and Mrs Francis +

.. -,,." of the Council at its session on last Wauchula; Tuesday.-July, 11 a. m. that have been published, the half haa the soil of St. Cloud, which he considers i Means, wa the scene of this' lovely The following teacher*; In additin /
f: .. ". Monday night: Ft. Myers Wednesday, July 14, 9 not yet been, told In talking with a the mpat: productive of healthful affair. to those published a. few week y

A petition, "signed tky a majority of a. m. friend of mine, who 'is in business in vegetation to. be found. Regarding In beautiful afternoon toilets of pink, were appointed by the school. board- t

" the freeholder and electors of the town Arcadia, Thursday July 15, 10 a. m.Kiesimmee Tampa and who knows all about St. Kissimmee Valley, I am satisfied that Mrs. Evans and Mr. Dann received last Tuesday's session: : '.

,- qualified to vote at a bonding election, Friday, July 16, 9 a. m. Cloud, I was "assured by him that I nature has done all that could have been their guest in the reception hall. .Shingle Creek'-Mau Rowena Speir. "

""i was presented to the Council asking Orlando, Friday July 16, 2 p. m. would like its climate soil and citizens. desired, and it only remains for industrial From here to the broad long porch in Ashton-Miss Camille Morrison. G1'

that an election be. called for the,PUt- Sanford, Saturday July 17, 9 a. m. Of the people he spoke in terms of art to perfect the natural beautyof the rear of this grand old home the Eubank-Miss Mary Pherigo. ,

pose of submitting the Question of bond- Leesburg Monday, July 19, 11 a. m.. highest praise. what I in the near future may justly guest were directed where they were Story-'Miss Regero. ((04 r ;x

Ing the town for water works, which Eustis, Monday, July 19, 7.30 p. m. Today I learned another fact that be termed "Paradise Valley. most graciously received by Mrs. Ev Clarke-Mis*Medora RusselL +
was referred to the with in- 20 10 ans' sister Miss Sue Means, who was Narcoosseecol.-L. A Young: '- +
city attorney Mt. Dora_Tuesday, July a. m. may not be generally known to your Sincerely ROBT. P. GIBBS.
-}Itructlon to prepare necessary paper Mr. Reid will meet the board of directors reader and which speaks volumes re- Tampa June 23, 1909. pretty in'a dainty toilet of green. Kissimmee (coL-E. J. Long./
The porch was artistic with and u
preparatory to calling said election, giving of the Florida Citrus Exchangeat rugs '

proper notice, etc. Tampa on Wednesday, July 21, when pretty divans, and palms ferns a/id, Fine Broomcorn; ,
On motion of Court Jurors. Dr. Tribble at Kissimmee. foliage plant added to the of
j W. J. Sears, seconded the board will hold its first meeting at County beauty ( Mr.- Raymond 2.im1eileft at the t

jf f by T. M. Riven. the street committeewas which, it i is probable, the officer- of' the The following jurors have been drawnto Dr H. W. Tribble, president of Col- the A effective delicious arrangement fruit punchand mints Valley Gazette office Wednesday some ,

instructed to borrow 1000. to be Exchange will be elected. serve at the.July term"of the county umbia College at Lake City, occupiedthe served fine specimens of broomcorn which be ;;:
were throughout afternoonby ti
the of the
placed to credit the street fund, The offices of the will be pulpit at the First
Exchange' court which convenes next Monday, the'12th Baptist churchin little Misses grew on prairie land about fire miles
and the clerk laid was instructed to draw located the Brantl y building, Tampa : R. C. Partin D. B. Brown A. A. this city Sunday and completely Peed and Dotey MaurJae Thoma Dann A Eugenia from town. The stalks are thirteen e

warrant for amount in favor of the and Twiggs street, which is admirably Loll N. C. Bryan W. R. Godwin W. captured his audience from the begin The affair feet tall. with long Well developed' .
State Bank of Kissimmee wa pretty In detail
: payable to situated in the heart of Tampa's_business ) H. Sullivan F. .- Tioer-J. M. Roberta ning in both the morning and evening every heads. 0
,the city tre..ureallO:; to draw war district, andl i ty I Is expected that J.; R. Gilbert P. Sellers C. D. service. Eloquent, forceful and earn and a pretty compliment to the .honor "
rant for: interest on said amount'for six guest. Mr. and Mrs E. H. Jamee of Col-
the dlr'ecton.will. occupy' their new Carroll H. IIDrlgge.. est, together with an inexhaustible r
months.. quarter at their first meeting.A supply of knowledge and the possession Mrs. Darin and umbus Ohio have been spending .several ' y

\ A communication wa received from state-wide meeting of the orange of.a sunny disposition, make Dr. of Kissimmee Florida interesting. children' days her prospecting, and hava' '.; ,pl,
V. LS. the
R. O. Meek of the Board Meeting. Tribble guest become! I" ''favorably ,impressed with x
secretary of growers will be held at the Tampa Bay the ideal speaker. '
of Mrs
$ Evan
*at the home
of; city and1;
thaf .
"' Trade calling attention of the Council Catino on July 22, at which" both Mr. A regular meeting of the Villege Improvement - He i Is laU of Virginia where he has, her ,parent, .Mr. and Mr*. FrancisMeans our to tocaKpanaas.atly.stnd people they; have'decided 3week

,; ". I .to a resolution passed by said regarding I Reid and-R. P. Burton will make Interesting Society will be held at the for several years, been prominently_associated ; -
II ., the necessity of a. very strict addresses and also will meet the city ball :neat; Tuesday evening( AU wkh- educational'work.. He - purchased the Paul Yate place '
S" observance of the sanitary conditions members to. attend. Born, to Mr. and Mr. B7 C. Miller"; where.they'wJlI bef at tame in the fu.ture. -
grower personally are requested. has been in thia state only] a few week
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'" - . 'g"""1 t The Truth ,About 1St. Cloud -roos

,}+ ;N.. :Ii4CONTRiCT.OR: \ ..IIrA-S;t I 5 <;" ,. 'nl

It Was.a"* Financial and Agricii1 tial-'Success' as ATI'S

... : and/ BUILDER ." ,"Long-as, ,it, Was Properly' Managed.. .: :t',' a

'"The' following Interesting artJcteTT f ]['p a'Eounty of 2 cent a pound!, these .. .. .. ;8
'. Does General Oontr ctlna'-and Building .and Furnishes ::8t1-. from Mr. J..II. ReeseIn- the Miami |! advantages failed !tocompen,at for the
: mates'on Structures' an size or Dimensions, whether Metropolis, and is reproduced for the heedless waste which poor judgement '
It bea: Two-Room' Cottage ""or a Tourist Hotel. Enlightenment to I i and carelessness It I ' 'z..
t, \ 'r ; . of those who are wont brought about .
,k, look the aide of things. 'I didn't take long for the capitalists to .
always on reverse | i;
:{ of boring ARTESIAN WELLS lour" white Linene
Makes /a Specialty The old St. Cloud plantation la only apart .I discover that they knew nothing about S :
with the .test'8uccess S ,
a \, in which he has met 'gre and'the
'of a Vast area of the came class of making sugar venture which '

of_any man In Flq'rida. oil In this county in fact the entire' had been a pronounced 'and 'glo lng i ,IL U41': and other. washable gg
.... KIssimmee valley,which extends from!I I success such- attract heavy -investment ,
,f!_. .' L Give him your ,work andit T7'- Fla. Is almost up In. fail-
! l this city'to Lake" Okeechobee, was actually given
" '. '! will be well, and quickly done. lmmee, wholly composed of that muck formation ,,I l' \Ire.. The sugar mill\ was sold as junk j Skii-ts at $2 andover sell- g

. which produce's more abundantly_- OL.-$25.000.tQ.) .,-Jacksonville;.firm,.. *7 / %
+J ... ."' ; ..:.-. with less fertilizer than any other class |I which doubled money on It in a short at-lralf .
ett l .. of soil ever discovered, The hundreds ] time. % ins price. gH

of gardens and groves in a flourishing But the earFy days of the Sti Cloud\
f. SUNNY SOUTH STABLES condition'around Khtsimmce are conclusive -< farm prpved beyond the possibility of On cheaper ones a reduction f fc;' .

l evidence that muck 'land i is by. far question that sugar could .be produced "

the best for the growirtg of fruits and '] profitably on Everglades .land even. at & of one-third will be -

J vt'geta les. three cents a pound. .

f L. H. INGRAM. Proprietor. The article -follows-. : I Much of the Disston drainage was .
I done in the Kissimmee Valley ands. the S made- ,No.
canals cut at that time $
appear now on .
Reference is mole time and againto a -
7" Livery Sale and Boarding I the maps. There were about 60 miles ..
1 which .
the St. Cloud sugar plantation
was located on a part of the Evergladesland of canals draining more, than .150,000 t; At these prices none. f g;
J .
j reclaimed through the drainage acres of land. The excavations openedthe

//I Well equipped with New Stock and Vehicles and pre operations of Hamilton Disston more Calooaahatchie river to navigationand 11 be charged'and no alS '
pared to meet all demands with perfect satietactfon.r than in 1883 Capt. Rose carried a steamer 'f;
: twenty yearn ago. "*
.. ., of considerable size from New Or- / ?
Through ignorance or impelled by a- 9erations
1- HEAVY HAULING A SPECIALTY less! innocent condition of 'mind those leans to Kisaimmee through the canals. ma d e. JJ
the reclamation There were five dredges in use, and
persons who have opposed :1;
11' ,
held the not long ago one of them was sold for
of territory.have, up-
$8,000( showing that investment in this
ttt of .
St. Cloud plantation as an
failure that might be expected. to follow class of machinery ;s good for many "

;i'J': ', .......\.\..\....\.\.\....\.\.\.\....\.\\.. ......\. .\............\...\.....\..\.\.._.\.\........\.\.\..\...\.\\. ........\.\.\.\.. any effort to farm the reclaimed yearn
..- i t. ; lands. Capt. Rose who has the advanta kn'; e i !"1l11111l1" " 111.1111111l111111111111111l1111f11111111111111111G" "}" " " " "}"!" " " '"}" !" "!" "!"}" "} lf!

; : WHATIT MEANS i. As a matter of fact, the St. Cloud of both acientific-and' practical l-
edge asserts that the Everglade land is
k i Many peoplo do not know what a B"nk'ti C"hllall'' i tor. or the difference between i venture was successful, agriculturallyand
'. / a bank of little or no capital and one "n.|ltl. the best in this country tor sugar cane,
'( !' r ;'. A HAS CAPITAL; ANDjSURPM'u -- :" financially for a number of years, that one man -cultivate fo ty acres,
t In the fund tht f protarl''. the dojxMrtont. from l''.H."i.h'rforrt the 'lager it ii tbe : and the fact that it eventually proved and that under a high state/fof cultivation II PIANO FREE II. .
greeter proteotloa the lHpoittoni ha/o. rhlb..nk Una a : a'failure was due to the same causes
.. Cftpllnlof . $M,,OOO< ,
which have wrecked railroads
fund of I'I.INMI. Ni, I cane to the acre. Cap. Rose used no I
1 ; Stockholdura' lability! '.IHH) tw : insurance companies and other institutions he ww _-_ I
-- fertilizer on the StyCloud place and .-
n i A total of ll.r\| >.lkHI' Ml : that promised success but found -
i i Thin meant, that we must I....>'II l I ,,"'"a .,i Ivfonur. ] k / cent. Tht. prtt.srtion ,it* for YOU. i salaried employees, overcapitalizationanddishuneMy. yield, he says, could be ;doubled by intensive g Ticketson Piano with 1 ::: y

,rnrthodn.- -
'- I :::: i
With ouch foundation of fact ty
--< The St. Cloud Sugar plantation wasfounded
"I J,: I ,_.,IN,,,,,,,ooE''P'i:. FLONIOA.. %:i by Capt. It. K. Kose, the present build upon| it is .safe to predict that E each 25 cent )Purchase :
.7.. a ,/ / Florida is to become in a few yearn thefreatitit -
C. A. OAK-OX" J US' M I.KE N B. CAUSOK!! : State Chemist. Capt. Kobe -was = ::::: 1
of in
: I're.I'nt \"I".I'r.I.I" .aw ( any sugar r

:p+ I .".\..\. .........\.. ..........\..................,.\. ......n........................................................."! one' of DisHton's drainage engineers tion.WHIHIERJjAPPENINGS. I w- .---
about the .
le knows more Evergladeslinn
== -- -- - AT 3.
any otl..ermal'l. in the .state not excepting .-
DANN'S former Governor Broward, or -- --
klr. J. 1C. Ingruham! Vice-president of -r

the. Florida East Coast Jtiiilway, who Wedding of Prominent Young Couple _

? '\ HlGljl; GRADE. VEHICLES MADE TO ORDER made a trip through the 'glades and at Bull Creek. I C. W.Danh'sw I
( :r' ATREASONABLE PRICES. wrote such glowing accounts of-the .
agricultural po nibiliti"*'- of the area. Ufilirn for IHI.I XVtfk h b*U. ,

... '"." The lands of the :St.Cloyclplantation,\ Youf correspondent| is once more -w --
1!:, Blacksmithing$ Horscshoeitig'tnid Repair Work of were reclaimed lands. The visible evidences' levelling in the delights-of Whittier wltUillllliltilltillltlillU1i11Iiil '

;: of the entire success of the fend Bull Creek society, despite promises ? \ llllllliti'11i' & LUillifUUiili 1 1 h hOr

AlI'Kinds Done by First-class Workmen. operations on the St. Cloud property of a speedy return. O. I. C. has be- I
4 r. ., 111.) be hail! today I liy; referring to a come so entangled by the lies that bind
: ca* cOCAt90tYXYdOtYXY0c70ciOSi0t70trOt% tOS/JLS
publication l 1 issued from JacksonvilleanU him to' localities that a return :
I C. A.. CAItSON. J A. CItAN '()ltI., S I.. LUPKEUTN. / 1 _
J. J. DANN Proprietor. known an "A t&Mi- tq FlI>rida. thus far has been out of the question. ... .,. ,. .
Vr.-1' zulent 'S .
Mains _________.
This pubhcat9J1! two photographs Friday night. Urn kith ult., we arrived __ _
-- -.--- -.. -. gt.*<' nes on the'1>Cloud farm. at Whittier; aiid-_from- that time n J 8 --

Jm oTlhem shows a magnilicerifaveTi- until the 2Gth ult., it continual '
was a

THE ,Mmi Y GMBH SHOPS ue bf cypress trees oh high and dry lane round of pleasure and business com KISSIMMEE 1 L CO.
$ JHD_ E. with a farm house in the background,, bined. Hardly! had we a, chance to BER. -1.

and the other is a view o"f sugar cane look around 'us before/ an expectant .r i

''J ANTHOW A. LOLL,,.Proprietor. in harvest' 'Capt. Hose 'can. point:'out, bridegroom frorn tie 1 Bull Creek neigh I V ; i
.. .. the water marks on those r .e.I! even In Jx>rh6od drove/up and demanded from
; LL.; ; .:; ... '. .. AGaENT.' FOR . . the-photograph.- was '.ph'-.the "spol us'.an official visit to that noted country., I. Rough and Dressed ]I : ;
when the drainage'began, was one of Hastily packing a few old duds in a

Fairbanks-Morse Gas Engines, the directing forces in the reclamation convenient receptacle we departed.

: I of the land and afterward "became one Arriving at Henry Savage's, we wore H Pine Lumber
,fit, and Irrigating Outfits. I of the beneficiaries' of the good work so warmly weleo'med that we concluded t

he accomplished. under the Disston con- we would remain .over since _the .,
j ir tract. wedding'was not to take place until P

AUTOMOBILES RENTED OR REPAIRED St. Clinid was a definite and distinct thexrtext day, having only four miles ,l j
1 ,-.- . success under the supervision of Capt. ror the next day's journey. Escorted HOUSE BILLS A SPECIALTY i y
- -
\ Hose. Col. Disston had no idea of engaging by a young lady, we found our way to OC>OCOC>OC009(>OCMOOOO(>OC>OOOCOCOC0OCVO(10!
ARTESIAN WELLS DRIVEN ANY IWPT11'y4 in the sugar industry until afterhe the home of the bride;;and before high -.- ,

\ --- -- .--' _- had seen the profits of the industry noon the doubling up process was com- ( ,
When he pleted, and Mr. James Oglesby and -KNMNN'KNKNN1M1N111 ------1If' (
.&.8 conducted by CapC Kose.
k : We Solicit all Kinds! Repair Work did he sought and. obtained a half inter- Miss Ethel Davis were made a happy i

est in the -farm. For several years couple. 'I Supplies !'

p.A i Capt. Jtose as superintendent and part As Henry Savage was at home, and :
1..> _, OwirteV, saw it produce an average of he and his estimable lady had exacted .i .u ;
r !! ff' 86 tons of cane to the acre, which gave a promise that we would return and : ..

:\ H' .< It a vield of 161$ pounds of sugar to*the take dinner with them, we did not tar :i. AND TABLETS i ';

ton of cane. While this arrangement ry, but returned 'almost immediately.

;i :. = GROCERIES.u continued in effect the farm paid a dividend after the completion of the ceremony, '
; -
I of 40 per cent above the expenseof but the hearty handshake from each i EXAMINATION TABLETS 1

= t production and sugar was selling then one present convinced us that we had MADE ESPECIALLY FOR .
Z; l' at only three cents a poupd. not been forgotten.Mr. OSCEOLA HIGH SCHOOL. 1 t ti
if This was making money fast enoughfor :Eubank:: came by the next morn- !
a poor man, but Col. Disston was ng crfd we were carried to that gen -- .
not accustomed to doing things on asjnall tleman's house, but business at Whit- .

;;J k = None but the Best Sold. i Rose that scale.they He organize proposed a cfljrop'any: to')Cpt.::, in-; tiet morning.compelled our return the next ':i Kissimmee Drug Co' !

; : crease-the capital and expenses and gIn It has rained about every day since : .
This coming here, and Democratic rooster :i
for the proposal
r' greater things -- ---- ,,,,,,,,,__ 1 1T
'Vl .) : was rejected by Capt. Rose, but and his wives are so full of tadpoles """ ____
'I ,,,,' sr Col.! DJMton was insistent. The rebuff that; the former can hardly crow nor .

4. ; R. S. Floyd .S( Qo.--t- .formed the was the that plantation company.Capt. Rose and sold Col.! his Disston sharein the Crops latter of cackle.all kinds, are splendid.0.1.0. Kissimmee Wagon Works 1

Here began the failure. should be OPPOSITE CHRISTIAN .

f ; .'t.. "Ji"V" w-"V"'V'.v"V" _Viqf-TVTqp Ji borne in mind that the only man who For Sale at a Bargain. CUtJttCH. t

'! : ji had any practical knowledge of the One 7-room residence Patrick's Ad- Under New Management, with Thorough Experience and Up-to-Date '
'cy ---- --- ----- --- --- Blacksmith, Wheelwright and Horseshoer. .
( 'C land and the to which it was dition.
'>t f ; :: +++.. .. .. i.. 'I+++++++1++++++++++++++++++++++++ devoted was eliminated from the enter One 7-room residence, Bass Add iLiOD. i-

prise when Capt. Rose stepped down All Kinds Blacksmith, Wheelwright Work andHorseshoeing

: and out. Then followed a demonstration One 6-room residence Mathews' Add a Specialty.
f j j;, : Kelly Suspenders 15 to 50c of the difference between practical Itlo D.One.

) : management, the assertion of,pollitive bearing orange grove about 275 ALL WORK GUARANTEED TOSATISFY.: "I
and the dictation of visionary
knowledge trees. <
-:, Viking( Hosiery for Men Women and ,
t ideas. These can be had cheap on reason Solicit Yoar nil ? J

: '.** Children 6 pair $1.00. The Stl: Cloud plantation became the able terms, will TreetToe Rla.t On. JOHNSTON.A. t
-t.! basis of a million dollar! organization WATERS & CARSON GKO. CO. t

', .. .-e. No Batter Goods on the Market at These Prices. and was the to increase first act the of salary the stockholders list from ROGERS' LIVERWORT ,A. VANS AGNEW, J M.---i-W1L.LSON, )R'; t,4 fi\e 'y

$4,600 a year to $28,000 a year. Otherextrav&ancea TAR AND OANOHALAQUA
For the complete ear* ot Coughm, Cold,
A followed, chief among ABlhma and BronohltU aDd all Lnnfoomplalnt I ATTORNEY AT LAW........ - \ NOTARY PUBLIC... ) 1 1
rf'J f the of a ending to oomnmptloa. Liverwort Tar and / / f STATE -
', THE CASH STOREt4 which was sugar VIM Cherrr. haT for ago mantalned an I AND NOAARY PUBLIC AT LARGK. ( r t
I mill coating $360,000. The farm con- iitAbliahiHl reputation M a 'aodard cough I i Real Estate Agent. fir.K199IMMEEc fir..'
l remedy It contains no oolnm 1 or harmial ,

.. I ;" : ... . . t I t+...... I It I -II t. tI ....... . .. ...' II- 11 11 ii 114 sisted of advanced 600 acres. and Although the government the priceof !drug "41.00..U be Bold ctran only with br 0.lately..... ,a childrenPrfoe KISSIMMEE FLA .."'" "..., .h-i I I,
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.. 1> I Florida News* Condensed;:.......................... : ":>
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... .. NEWSPAPERS! PUBLISHED IN" THE' STATE; College' Academy! and Schools of Music, Expression,.Fine. .

NN\N\\NN\N\N\\NNN\N\\N. .. {. .NNN\ -..... ,... .. ., :' .Arts, Domestic and industrial Arts, and Business. '
r 4 i **-VS? -i
: The assessment of Sa;. Petersburg:for I ingston, of BennetUville, S.' C., a native -''. CarnregU ball and third men's dormitory now' completed: lao-- ._ f
trio Ilgh's steam and turnaoe beat; large faculty;, perfect health
Plow this year it $1,976,487, a gain of$32,157 of Madison county, ,was orator of conditions; fine gymnasium athletic fields, boating-, t.enDiacouN, I: 1,
over that of.last year., .., the day, and paid most eloquent*trib- wolf links, ; baseball football and basketball team champion oft ,
... ate! to the Confederate soldier and.the Florida Ip llxn Nearly a quarter of a mllilao dollars endowment;
*m ia* < im a a>*** **' ** will moderate", Ctorltlan but uudeinomlnatlonalK8taods ,
j'" An old boss, take placeln southern wpmen. . expenses scholarships* ' ,available., : :
I; for '- ,% S';
the when 179"different-
Tampa on 20th
: '600 articles"wi1}">e disposed of._ 1 ie fr.Micanopy-ls I ; .to be established* a + CHARACTER. CULTURE E CONDUCT .
Acres of Muck Land-Same
, i large ,ktqck farm, ,which will contain I y ,For:Catalogue'Address- the President t:. .
4 Femandina.reports renewed activity ,lybtfVcres. 'J.. H. Snyder &; Coy I

v'as Cloud-Cut Into hi naval stores, as much;. as three hundred I of NeW York: a_ atJ.heLbead.9f the J Wm, F. Blackmail,!, Ph.D.. , WinterP11rk'.PJa..t.John ;

.. '_'_,'_ J. : St. Up :car:loads being stored in one yard. project, and! have fSlj ady, invested a I .
: ; ," 1. large amount of nioneyni the enter-. .................... ... ylTl

Five Acre Tracts.- I Real estate is exceedingly active:'prise. -' ___' .,
: ----:;;. '
around UajnesviUe! ,aftd many largeale J

,. ,.' are reported"having been, made. thel I The southern west coast was visit B. Stetson University
last week b the heaviest rainfall in i'
put week. ? v. UNCOLN HULLCY.Ph. D..Utt. D. U. D,Presided
.. I years. In Lee county stated l that THE-BEST FOR YOUR CHILDREN ;:
I ,
The old school house at West Palm practically .all growing crops were SCHOOL t
Beach has been remodeled and will be., ruined'and it l is feared fife! citrus fruit v. : r3.H'TO 8THT8OM r
Just cast of Kissimmeo city limits on the 'Caloosahatchie have 49 ProI'nd Instructor College of Liberal Arts
used as a court 4touse< for the new I I' groves along 17 UnlverUty,,BblHIng* Collegw Law
been damaged by standing water;; .
This selected county of that name. 28 Acre Campus v CoIIex otTechnologyS81xStudent sColleg.
clay road: land was I 1- . 'Last Ycar: N. of btiilneeai }

At of the Orlando BoaXof 1 A negro arrived in St. Augustine: lastweekand $151,101.01: Endowment Preparatory AcadetttrIS.
by Capt. Hose, now State Chemist a meeting [ .*** VcJuroea In Library \ Normal and Model Schools
Trade,held last week it decided to, reported the"1 wrecking of a
was SIO *...M Pip Organ s. School of Mechanic Art ,
when he was In charge of the DissJ at once begin a systematic campaign of: l large vessel below Sammer .Haven he !' Laroe Laboratories for Science v- Schoolof Music t

- . advertising that town. claim lng,to. be the sole survivor. The Unsurpassed General Equipment School of Fine Art

ton drainage operations. It lies at I negro's,story is given'little credence, as lwatir..didt..arl..t___..............tae yeses ding.w Far**" learnt wiraiii. CtHttmjattnH
At a meeting of the State Board of. none of- the fishermen returning from '
... the north'end of, and drains Into Control ld in Jacksonville last weekP. | Matanzas had heard of such a wreck. .L )
I '
K. Yonge' was elected chairman, suc-
Luke Tohopokallga. This fine body ceeding Nathan' P. Bryan. The tax collector of St. Lucie Bounty GILBERT- '

has issued a notice to those who paid E. A. J
of trucking land will be on the mar- -
The heaviest rainfall in fifteen years:' the drainage tax to come forward and ,

ket the occurred at Dunnellon last themoney will be returned the last .
Just as soon as surveyorscan Friday. | >:
There was a precipitation of fifteen i legislature having; passed a bill to that CONTRACTOR and BUILDER k

complete, the platting.J.M.WILLSON.JR. inches in seventeen hours. effect. The total amount that will be "

j refunded to \the taxpayers. of that coun
. ; Plans and Estimates Furnished
The automobile craze appears to have ty is $1,477.15.! ,
taken a strangle hold on Gainesvilleaccording -
I The of the state will
to reports a new machine ap- orange growers '
pear on the streets every day. meet in Tampa on July 21, following a AGENT FOR

meeting on the day previous of the executive
committee cf the Florida Citrus f:
The Florida East Coast Railway wilf Fruit Exchange. The convention is The Famous Menge Pumps for Irrigation: and Drainage, 60,000 to i;
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE plant ten thousand eucalyptus trees on 1.600,000 gallons per hour. a
called for the of subjects
discussing -
land near West Palm Beach to be used purpose Gasoline Engine, 2 to 5O H. P. Steam .Enainea. -6 to 200 H. P. ,,
for croasties, should they prove a suc of general interest to the orange Boilers Any Size. fi'
of the state. Sales Agent
cess. growers Stamped Metal Shingles, Ce llneand Outside Walls-Any Design. .
T- Barton and J. W. Reid, both of California ,:,

..,.'P4'1F'u...,. ..,.'VI....,.iF'Vt'P'V3F'Pif..,.,PiFel: The people of Miami are clamoring will. be. present and deliver addresses. IRON FENCES AND MONUMENTS I
for an ordinance providing for the inspection <
r ------ ,
s U '
NORTH KISSSIMMEEPHONE' NO. 8. of milk, and _.iV-i said the ';'i'I ..
Council will enact such a)law at its neitCession. ( LIST YOUR PROPERTY I <

: -" _.. -.. """- """- _.. """ t;

f C. W. Griffin An A. C. L. section foreman-at Mulberry With One Who"Has Had Experience ......... ....AO.... tP.NtTM40 M. oj"4A

U ;
took a dose of poison by mistake in Handling Real Estate. '

on Monday qf last week, and it was MACH BROS. '
Having visited the beautiful town of ,
Fancy Family Groceries with considerable difficulty the doctors s
> : Kissimmee, met its hospitable, congenial -

saved his life. people, and shown our faith in Osce- | Livery Feed and Sale Stable. 4!

.f. Fresh. Meats. t Pensacola wjjl I furnish two million ola county! by buying some of its fertile
U soil, I am now ready to bring some of
feet of lumber to be used in building a WbOD--DRAYING: ,
Delluery Every Day at Hour Patronage Solicited.i
) any t our Kansas citizens here locate and
L castle the King of Spain, the first
8...........A IAN.A..1. xh.6 8-..a1..u6udl.....l....- assist i in converting this woodland into 1 Everything is Now and First-Class. Wo will
cargo having left that city for a Span- ,
ish 3. smiling fields and pleasant! thoroughfares Render and 8or- .
port on July 1 Prompt Satisfactory i ,
-to help build up the pretty ?
vice NI ht. All Kinds
home-like city of Kissimmee.Is Day or ?
Fred W. Wilmottand of Orlandoare '

being held under $2,500 bonds to answer Your Farm for Sale? f Heavy Hauling._ ,

to-the charge of-mansiaugtiter for, J.\TBIAMAN"S-OL"O"STA-N-o.! PHONE"113.- : '

the killing of Ollie Sweet at Sanford If so, write roe at once, giving full and "'....- ...... "'.... ..... ,
about two weeks ago. complete criptiort-price.: terms, ttc: tx
Us ICwill: use best endeavorto ,
and -
---- ;:" my .
ofNewSmyrna find a customer, and faithfully serve

. John T, Hammond those who list their. land or city property *-_....."" ......_ "!" -... ..;....:..... j'
has purchased 15,000 acres of land just "
with me. I have had more than r .c .- " "
-,\ '.
., ;
.. south Titusville.,wMth he intends to twenty-five yeare'experiengein buying .t ;;
''y' sub-divide' into 2(9acre( tracts and sell to
and selling real estate;and during that IDEAL Irra
farmers and truckers.A FERTILIZERS?
time have given satisfaction to those

who entrusted their propersy to me for
man from Kansas City is lookingover disposition.For BEST AND. CHEAPEST }
\ the country surrounding Tampa
a few weeks my address will bo i
with a view to purchasing Z,000 Bores of .

land on which to locate wealthy tourists A. S. NELSON .. Made from the best material the xnarket' afford Each "f
Ii on that
yon depend us, we arc sure during the ,winter months. .II formula exactly: suited to the product for which it la recommended .
Wichita. Kansas. '!\ and thoroughly tested in both w
you will l he entirely satlnilcd with the wayIn ___n_ __ __ _.___ . They are worthy of their name, IDEAL.laboratory So mass and peopleappreciate field
t A plan is on foot in Plant City to have i '
HEALTH AND VITALITY this fact we handle Areas quantities of raw mate-
which your wants will be taken care of. the state erect a monument to the late I I MOTT'A MSHVaillN, PILLS lals. This enables us to buy cheaper' \ o
Henry. B. Plant'for his work in developing -i The great, Iron and toulo rmtoritlre for men sell cheaper. Compare our analysis and price with any /
If it It Is your doctor's prescription Florida and it is said the projectis I and builds WOIDCD.op the produe..1.trensth system sod: renew and the vitality ooruiaTloor. '.II brand on the market. Send for our literature. Ak queer
with considerable \ rori.Ie l bj dnu'".t or by mafl$100pvr !\ LlO l. Our vast store of Information t* at :your serTlo*.. ='
meeting success. box.boxes. tow *00. bold only bjr OaceolaPharroMT Call: on our local agents, Y
which you want tilled we will, attend to ,

it in a way which will please him and give the Work East is Coast proceeding Railway much extension faster than on Mrs- TressIS WATEKS & 'CARSON GROCE' Y CO./' =:: _

J., ,
you the utmost satisfaction.. was anticipated a few months ago by or address = .(\
engineer Merritt. Trains are expectedto "l t

It It is store article be run into Key next Jan- Wilson .
... an ordinary drug uary. HEADQUARTERS FOR -& Toomer Fertilizer;. : ,

that is dtfmjuided will get whoa 1
you you 4
Albertus Rogers, colored, while resisting Confectioneries, Cigars .J

want, for our stock Is most carefully se- arrest, was shot and fatally Tobacco, Stationery & ,.,._ --y- -

wounded by Deputy Sheriff Robert Souvenir Post Cards. vl
lected and in it is to be found practicallyany Campbell near Hastings on June 26. Etc.

article that in.ever found In a drug The coroner's jury exonerated Camp- t
bell. Fine Box Ca die a Specialty.W ,

store. A negro lineman, Mos Boyd, came TO' ,

r Yes, you can depend on us for all your in contact(with a live wire while work- C- BASSWholesale
electric in Ocala and
ing on an light pole

wants, which you expect to satisfy In a was thrown to the ground, a distance of NEW YORK

thirty-five feet_sustaining. very severe and Retail
drug store. Our stock Is modern and our injuries. -1. 'Dealer i iI in

service to customers as good as car fulatte'nUon Frank E. Thompson' of Lake City has I I' % And, Return, All Rail ''> \

invented a bass drum that can be foldedup. Fresh Beef Pork and rl
make it.
can It is'said the tone is perfect; even I I VIA j

superior to that of the old style. The
Depend on m! and your drug-store Mutton
inventor expects to reap a rich harvest ::

buying will prove pleasant and mtfo! fnc- from their sale. 1 I Atlantic Coast Linen

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tory. A Boost Club has been organized in I :- 'T

< Eustia, its purpose being to advertise i.- 1 (.' f =; h -,' '" '' ALSO TO

- < that town, and it has requested the I local : iVy., U:: i --J i i> 0. L,. _

Board of Trade to raise $300 with \ ...* rJ .,,... *' ,.., San Francisco and Seattle
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which to pay for printing a booklet setting : r'i
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of that community. Stop-oyars and Variable Routes. Limits Sept. 50th and Oct. 51st"'
.h Furniture Repairing and Anything -

in.the CarpenterorCabinet
. A-momrnient crt-cteUto' the memoryof

, : OSCEOLA PHARMACY the Confederate soldiers who enlisted Line '
from Madison county was unveiled on -GO TOBARNS'CARPENTER- For tickets, reservations or infermatiou, call OD nearest ;Atlantic Co>t I4m j.j '
Airent, or # ,
., June 30th in the city of Madison. The SHOP ;

design js that of a private! soldier stand- J G. KIRKLAND, D. P. A,. TAMPA, FLOtIIUA JftlX
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The Kissimmee 'Valley, Gazette. Kissimmee, the Gty of Gardens. ... $ 3.91''f 'iI,

"When a place.! grown within a year : ... '"
from an unknown village of little (Importance
.* PUBLISHED VERY FRIDAT. J, to'a thriving', progressive and From :Kansas
Round Trip
Office t in Valley ,.Gazette Building
prosperous city;'when it Is known of and PROGRAM "' ...
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KI8811UICB. OSCEOLA COUNTY., FLA. discussed by thousands in every; state in >0
the Union: when. it.!is blessed! bynature SECOND ANNUAL SESSIQN '. City to KissinittieeGood : r'',
W. B. HARRIS Editor and prop'r. with more advantages than any other '., .

town In the United States' and or. k.. ....." . .". .. ., fur"'25.Days.; Stopovers; japing; .'and Colnin.Istart !, j:_
r: SUBSCRIPTION RATES: II. tlia:capital! of a county that, offers,. -'Southlorida" -:, .
,. : 0e.aopr.on..r " ..... ... ,.... . .a6o more 'inducements to the homeseeker : Preacher's ; l Institute t '- - '
. . .. . '
OIM opy. six > land 'Thisopportunity
/I i> "'( and investor than any other county i in -t. .. Tuesday' July 20tli to show this :
-.munleadona.. .xeept from our au_' .any of the fOJty-r*--.states, thatwcity is .M. Ev CHURCH KISSIMMEE FLA. ]lost long
1 seed eoriMpondcnU. must b. liiMd br the writ"1lUJaeted . In ]price yrilHiot: h
.' ._ auttor wUI DOt b. returned anlau' entitled to a disflnctivehaltie$1$ ria.t,in itself : -4 ,"-. ./ /

f '. .ailed! for. .., vEntond will convey the reason\ for:,iOTgrowth ULY13.18" v Y

, h at the....iomoa ln< Klulmmee, Fim. Mw and prosperity! "-v....J I. IVE ACRE TIt tCTS FOR $100 "

t r J >and- .( us, of the right we have earned ....... e . .
-k- - ._..F r'itlaV-. .JulYU..11JO-! by-aiding materially' in- bringing. our .. .... 8.30 a..n1.-."Bible Study. . .. :. . .e.e, Oup. BOGGESS 4' -21" 1" ,

: ,. .- people a prosperity never before experienced t9O5The Preacher as a Man of God. W. J". CARPENTER!: 8' .,_ 7 0 .......... 5 3 > \

9.4 ,. The Doctrine of . F. PIXTON '' "
.:i' Apostasy. -. :
by,being the main: factor that = : J
Kissinnmee. the City -of Garden --1Loo. __ . ,
..,...- induced-hundreds-ofpeople" to imove Scripture Study. John 1..4 "D. A. COLE -- - - >
3.00 Wordsworth's Intimations of Immortality. "
The glorious fourth was'celebrated in here from other states and begin the P. :J JI
. . . .:.\. I. C. JlMfKlNSTJie
due form, and the usual number of acclclenu cultivation of our most productive soil, .
fights and deaths are reported thereby adding largely to the wealth o:f 3 P' '- Character: Elijah . A. M. MANN --r .
5't;' ..30Lecttire . .) :-. .. . . .,W. K. FINER \
l our people_anQ the importance of oUf; + ,, a r
; If there lea commodity that some one town;"we declare and affirm that hence WEDNESDAYVULY 14. '
i I. does not want. a.duty placed upon we forth and forever this town shall be andis / -
.. 8.30a. m.-Bible Study . . >> OLIN BOGGESS .
would appreciate very much' being .put known its "KII SIMMEE, THE CITY OF 9.05"The Preacher and his Preparation. .
wise. .
14 15 16 _
-- The : \\I 10 11 12 13
ft .
The convicted night riders hi Tennessee reason that is given this name 9.40 a. m.'" Baptism-The Mode J>R. OSON I
is'that it is surrounded by more truck 11.00Bible . J. P. HILBURN
,. have been granted a hew trial, and I
gardens than any other town in Florida 3.00 Intimations of . I. C '
p. Immortality. .jENKlN .
in a short time they will be granted ......
their freedom.! and there is not a day that passes but 3.35Character of Peter . IRA S. PATTERSON ,

what additional acres are put in condition 7.30Serl1on . . *. S. W. LAWLER -"' '
... 24' 21' 19' 18 17' 'i
I Kissimmee l is boasting of a rapid increase for planting a fall crop of vegetable 23 22 20

'- ,, in the receipts"of its post office. ?. From the abundance with which THURSDAY. JULY 15. .:'

Watch out for the cake and so forth the soil in this vicinity produces fruits 8.30 a. m.-Bible Study OLIN BQGGESS '. .;

;I Apalachicola Timee.Y and vegetables-and the low. prices at .05The Preacher in the'Pulpit W.J. CARPENTER .

which land: is being'sold.! it is not unrea- 9.40 -Baptism-Infanta- . J. 11. CASON . t,
We.agree with those papers :which sonable to state that five thousand acres 10.35Religion of ,the Jews Prior to Captivity r .

J say It It time to cease abusing the late will be used for truck gardening beforethe . . . . .. -"; . . :. . . : . .L. D. LOWE .. .

3 le slature: Time. are too strenuous in year.i ended. . 11.05 a. m.-Bible' Exposition Josh 10, 12-14; .Kings 20, ..

I these parts far us to even think of dead The growth of Kissimmee, the. Cityof 8-11; Col. 2, 16 E. A. HARRISON .... .. .

I .y things. ___ Gardens, the past twelve months has 3.00 p. m.-Tenny n'sln Memoriam' I. C. JENKINS .
r ----f-- been marvelous, and today it is the best 3.35 \' -Character of Paul E. K. DENTON ..... .

\ The appearance and news service of known city in the south, made so by the 7.30 -Ll'cture' 'J. W. BiGHAM 25 26 27 28 ,30 31 32 .
, the KisBimmee Valley Gazette have
lately been greatly improved. The Valley liberal distribution of the Valley Gazetteby FRIDAY, JULY 16. , -

a, y Gazette ie a credit to its editor ando the County Commissioners and Board 8.30 a. m.-Bible Study .. .. OLIN BOGCESS .
of Trad\ among people in the north and NOTE-A rood hard road rum on all four. .Id. of t&l* property,
to ita town. -Bradford County Tele]; 11 9.05The Preacher with the Peopfe' W. J. CARPENTER
west who' desired to to
come a
graph. where life is 9.40Second Com ing of Christ JOSEPHUS ANDERSON 1 also hare Jarger tracts anv size to suit the cua tare. From five
a perpetual pleasure and
a 10.30SE'lected Subject E. C. HUDSON acres to 100.000 acres. From a garden Held to a cattle ran Ire. Crops- and
.: The 'Kissimmee Gazette i is receiving competency can be earned with very 11.06Bible Exposition W .M. POAGE KTsztne twelve months in the year. No mosquitoes, fsw flies, lake and ocean _

+ many compliments on its greatly improved little exertion. 3.00: p. m.-In Memoriam . I. C. JENKINS breezes. Average temperature 42 to 91 degrees. Here we challenge", ,
s both Kissimmee, the City of Gardens you other locality In the United States to .how such returns. from their trucking
appearance 3.35charal'ter of Joseph . C. FRED BLACKBURN distrio s. It Is the flowing wells, the sub-Irrigation system, the climate, the
are the pride of and the I
: and editorially. It is now an all-home4 your' people 7.30Sermon 'J. R. CASON soil, the sub-soil drainage, shipping! facilities by rail and water and the marketing -
print paper and one of the best in the envy of the world. I / conditions that produces these returns:
State.Tampa Tribune. -- SATURDAY, JULY 17. Statemeuts made bv growers: ,

, The Prohibtion Leaders. 8.30 a. m.--Bible"Study. . OLIN BOQCESS I "I received (lOS00 for the celery and other vegetables/ grown on six
acres in 1908 "
For long-headedneeefar-eightedneee, The most important act of the legislature 9.05Tbe Preacher a Man Among Men "I cut t'20 baskets of lettuce from 1 I-/* acre of land and sold for 18fiO net."

up-to-dateness, we will back our County of 1909 was the submission of the prohibition . . . .W. J. CARPENTER "I made about 11200 an acre on teletd) a year' and all other crops in pro-

Commissioners against the world-bar amendment. It is important not 9.40 a.. m.-Entire Sanctification . . . . .J. F. BELL portion. .
I none. They subscribed, on the part of only because it calls for an election on 10.30Religion of Old and New Covenants. Con These'laDd. will produce frofti tftOO to 3000 an acre a year. t

the county for four hundred copies of the question, but especially because that trasted . . . . v. U. S. TABOR and A*25 few every more six VIacre months! tracts till the one 1100 mile is paid from Ruonymede Hotel. t2S down

i" the Valley Gazette for six months. election involves the question of change 11.05 a. m.-ScriptureRegardinROurLord' Supper v Will refund car fare to purchaser of 160 acres. j

of the State's method of dealing with . . J. EDGAR WILSON

-. ,' demanding Those Italians of the in Governor'Louisiana protection who are the liquor traffic. 8.00 p. m. Southern Poets. . . .I. C. JENKINS W. S. ALYEA Atchison Kansas j}

The underlying principle remains the 3.35Business session with election of officers.
4. from mob violence are about as worthyof ,
same; thane. the.rightof 7.30Preaching.. .
people by
protection as a mad bull. They are 300 NORTH TERRACE ,L;
majority vote to prohibit that traffic: "..
,. murderers of the moat brutal order and SUNDAY, JULY 18.
i The change is as to the size of the pol- Kissimmee after July 20th.L.A'MINX.
deserve to be hung with as little delay 11.00 a. m.-Educa ional Sermon. S. W. LAWLER .
: itical unit from the county to the State
as possible. 7.30 p. -Consecration Service. Sermon W. K. FINER
and in this Florida is merely followingout

,, '1 The Klsnimmee Valley Gazette in its the Southern idea State's Rights,

;; new dress and all home print is one of or the State as the unit of popular.self- &. CQ. ,

., the handsome weeklies of Florida. It government The liquor people; of "

was_ industriously edited i beforc., but course fight the extension of the right . _n_-_ ___-_ REAL ESTATE BROKERS -1
Editor Harris surpassed his former efforts of the people to exclude their,traffic, and *

in the issue of last week. Successto In the legislature used every possible a masterful l document and.worthyof the Enforce The Laws. .. L .

the Gazette .may It live long and influence against' the' submission. of the. closest perusal but our time is wholly Dealers In. Timber Lands In Large or Small Trac.ts' ';
1 'pJ'OlJper.-Apalachlcola Times. amendment.The ,taken p'ln telling through the Valley The following letter which is self- .

result secured is, therefore, one Gazette, the "Buffering millions In the explanatory i is published that all may : 1 '
.. The Southern Textile Aociation held! more demonstration of the power'of north. and,west what>t. paradise tobe .know the! laws pj-ctecting fish and. .game ; ?' -. : _HQ[ .);S,Af!D..lBmLDlNG DOTS .?'' ., :

F its annual} meeting';' I in ''Spartanburg, S. the'pe ple;;'and the act of the legislature found on IheUnorth shore of Lake To- will" be strictly e"nfcedTallahassee :'-. ..

C., on the 3rd. As the members were simply means that the people hall decide hopekaliga, that we just haven't the Fla., June 18 '09. Orange droves, and Truck Lands in Lots of 2 1-2 to 1,000 Acres. 'f.

w in executive session most of the time, for' themselves how far they may protect time 16 devote to such pleasures, and Mr. Charles F. Prevatt, Sheriff O ceo- "

.' .the public lias not *. yet been put wise themselves from a traffic everywhere therefore we are forced to let it 'pa 's la County Kissimmee, Fla. ---- - -- -- -- J

to what was done but it is safe to say recognized as wholly injurious. with the simple statement that we suppose Dear Sir-It has been represented tome J

i we will hear'soon enough that an extra Another thing demonstrated in this it was a masterful effort. by very responsible parties that a Kissimmee Bottling

b cent per yard has been placed on all fight is the powerof public opinion when stricter enforcement of the fish and :

:I cotton cloths. focused and centralized in the form of' The Kissimmee Valley Gazette now game laws of the State is very nxttch
in dress and with all of .
a new
an organized movement under competent needed.No 4.
ry. A, + The Kissimmee Valley Gazette, one leadership. The populardemand for saloon Its eight pages printed at home. Of Works: .
has Men made
specific complaint
of'the best this additional but
course means
weekly papers published in a exclusion found expense
expression in the
mighty good Florida prosperity.visiting the Gazette, Which against any .office*- harged with the
town came out in .
work of the Anti-Saloon .
League and the enforcement of the laws elating to fl hand Q. H. PRAT HHR. P..C ea.os.
-- a new dreu last week with an all home W. C. T. U. las almost doubled.the subscription list

print. One by one the papers are The women under the efficient leadership that it had a year "ago; -and. Kissimmee game; but this is a/matter of much Soda Water, Coco Cola Ginger Ale and All the Newest and Best
}' { i discarding the once popular patent Inside of State President Miss'Minnie E. and Osceola county are growing very importance to the w ole State and I Drinks Bottled and Crowned by New and Up-to-Date Machinery.
=:, and better call upon you, as erne of the officerswhose i
or ready print-a mighty good sign Neal made such impression with their fast requiring more expression
t' ; that the In the column of their representative duty_It.nforce: these laws
newspaper proprietors are bet miles -
and flowers that the opposition GIVE US TRIAL. OFRDEFRr 1
to use care'and "vtgllancejo prevent
the Gazette has to
?- coming more progressive.-Mariagnak roared out about "intimidation." paper; so yielded '
yfolationa--thM'eof. .
: 4. ..TimesCourier.The The Anti-Saloon the pressure. There Is more of the Gazette
League, as the organIzed now. Its quality could not be im- A copy of the latest compilation\

Kissimmee Valley Gazette representative of the voter Af the povedTiesUnion.. the fish and game laws of the State l is -- m_
came "
confederated churches proved it efficiency "
herewith enclosed for informa-
tow last week with your
a new dress and all
'f home print. Ten years in the most practical way. With- The Palatka News and the Kissimmee tion. Your Back :
ago most of the out it, the leaders of the submissionlsts
country papers of. Florida used ready- Valley Gazette, making so much money Very truly! yours
admit they would have been defeatedby i in and attractive ALBERT W. GILCBRIST
prints 'and the Noble that they appear new
Union at OeLand Was Newspaper the liquor sympathizers. In the face Ireases. They both measure up to splendid Governor. i If you dont say this is the best offer eVfer made by the "Best .,
a flourishing institution
which furnished these of attempts at bribery and all\ forms of weekly papers.-Volusia County Paper in Dixie." .
!, .. 1 prints. Today not more than I political corruption success could be Record. See Stetson ad in this issue. The Semi-Weekly Journal, six mositba

C J i en of our exchanges use the ready half prints.doc- secured only by the VIe,jf those methods _. r The Carrier ad Patroa, sU months ;-
f The of Florida has that have been proven successful by The Woman's World magazine, six tnontba ri,.
kept with
r continued and repeated use Bother i OOOOOOO OOOO
the :
r growth and development of the States ,
All Six
State,-Florida Advocate. I t
fl! I It is accordingly fortunate that'the MonthS3St NET. ,

Horida Anti-Saloon League has securedthe for... . '
) .. HO Sonalsslos. hDowtd
a u The column and more of abuse of'the FOR 1
services of such men.Brooks Lawrence : SALEIf
South Florida
press on the editorial page who led the fight for prohibitionIn ; Send today, as this offer won't last long. .
of Sunda .
p, Tampa Tribune was wholly .
g1 ''i uncalled for .The Alabama, Rev, C L Collins formerly o DGPT.91

,R': i; 4 a i 't v been in this kind section and and of generous the newspapers state toward have printed ever that gone eon of who Kentucky dry had out much of 119 where to, and do 96 in RevJ.counties making J. Thom-Oklahoma haye- |- BIG BARGAIN f L The ;Semi-Weekly Journal Atlanta Ga.

1 progressive city, except in a few Instances ,
dry. These
men using approved
u: friendly gibe was Anti-Saloon League methods, have wona r la r rrr a3 r r r31_1r
&a thrown at the Tribune or the "
ur 9' and especially did they boost in Times great victory in securing' the submis- : V Nine-room dwelling, all furnished, including r -0- --- -

4' "' way the last state fair but if Editor every sion able of the to handle amendment the campaign and will no successfully doubtbe V piano. Artesian water good garden. Splendid : .4:;;.+4+++ ++++Ml+++#+I ++F+I ++++++.. < I I .++++4

i ,;t. that Stovall thoe.has a stray idea running loose, ,' in securing its adoption. But the ? location for a'home. Five bedro"bms.o j <> HOUSE PAINTING and
same papers will lend their o ii PAPER BANGINGALSO iiI
-' people must depend on themselves for
m ,,, auppori-to..a race meet in his town, a This property ought to net the purchaser -0-
he actual work, looking to those men .....
i + thing which has-been blacklisted in almost 15 cent. within six months. --
cv / for leadership and the unification of the Q per
'a state in the.
} every Union he had
movement. If State-wide prohibition is Graining Stipling and
best pen It up. We are at all\ times Kalsomining.
t d r 4 ready to aid the South Florida metropolis adopted it must be by the votes of the 0 .. r!

4 H,. anything,! legitimate or respect- people: True themselves.Democrat.The Let the people decide I I i SIGN PAINTING A
\.bJe-batrncK, otherwi It is' barely : i .J. M. Willson, Jr. Zoaoc __ SPECIALTY I fi j

r "possible the country press' of South Valley Gazette is in receipt of a ?
Florida has done a mite ,more for Tampa typewritten of speech See ?
copy a Governor f Me ot>a Prices. JACK
f than the Tampa papers have done Gilchrist delivered in Tamigtanyhall{ j ; oooooooooooooooooo1Td I ; BASS t 'iif

(or" South Florida.' New York, on July 5th. We expect it is +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++*++++++++++++++t

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\ The tslmme6VaIl6U Gazette Nie.-thf. dress ginghams lOe a Mr. C. A. Carsoh was a business' visitor Messrs. Chas W.Anderson and R.. L.I\ :

\ yard A. S. Gilbert. to Orlando yesterday, - Cimbrough, of Pulaskl. Tenn.; have, S.OILLOCK .,

TBLKPHONK NO. 11. t been spending'aeveral days here with MeWodigfc 1 ti Ouch
. Doors and wlndowjcreens: made to Buy your dress ginghams at A.,S.Gilbert's. ..
their old friend and neighbor Mr, A.. i
'" PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY order at Barns's shop. ,, All lOc a yard. M."Story. I I REAL ESTATE '

6y\ .': ,. -BY- i Don't forget the 'Electric Theatre, ,Inquire of R. L. Roberts before sending NOTICES' AND' INFORMATION'' *%s-- ..eINSURANCE
Mr. J. R. of
2ieger Apopka visited
1 Performances ,
wiWeather B. HAPIRI.1 !! : every evening.Use any)job,work out of town. He -
,1:... -. R us yesterday. recently was elected .
., 0 .... I Plank's Chill -Tonic.' Guaran- Remember the piano goes sure- In to the chaiiQpf English In Columbia I

teed. Price '25" cents.: Sold by all July;)keep yourr- tickets;; c.. W;DAMN. College Lake,.City.- He has been study Lei the choir rememW that for the Examination, Titles a

4 : : ,1,druggists.\ ',, '_ ull7-8 ing in Furman University for number present the trme for practice Is changed : -
Report : I For all"kinds of fit repair work on of years taking his Bachelor's' degree from Thursday to Saturday night. Specialty.

, : ., .. - ,Do you have any'' mechanical troubleal i furniture, .etc., go. to Barns's-job shop.- last June t The appointment to so .fine .
% '
Following are the daily tern- ? If so, it may pay you to consul I A new 'line of belt pins' 'at 25e;'5OC!, a position is a high testimonialto,to the Preaching, Sunday'morning' at' 11.-00 rorrespondencet. Solfcited.Bargains. .

,/ peraturt jand! preciplmtorrw.... ..Mi Roberta. 75c, $1.00 and $1.25 ,at Katz's. worth of so young a man,theworthy son o'clock and Sunday night at 7:45 i

\, reported by;:the, Government Lieut.-Col. Wf, E, Cadman was in the of a .good fattier...Orlando' Report o'clock.: Everybody is invited..'The i

station *t Kissimmee for the city from Narcopssee Saturday and. went The products of the City Bakery will Star. pastor will appreciate your presence.. '
be found at the Home Store. 154. I ."
week ending July g, 1909. '. up to Orlando for'a few hours. Phone :
ORANGE GROVE FOR SALE.-Situated The mainfeatureof interest in our ::
,, .- pas. i TN. ails, -Mr Fv- W.. Hill' of-Narcoossee-waa in I I The..McKinley..Editi n ofjheet' tie Home music,! "about threa miles from'-.KI8 jn nu eon work for the next few day wiu be the "

the city Monday on business before the and.folio. Is now for' sale-at railroad, less than one-quarter .mile Preachers' Institute, the of "
. . .
75 70 1.96
Friday Board at County Commissioners. Store. from station and Within 100- yards of which is published elsewhere in.this Is-' in ;&1 -.kInd,_of Real -Estate.. i
. 80 78 1.62 '
, Saturday. :, 'oV fck>mmis8ioner t;. 11 D. bverstreet church and school ou e; .thickly set eye:| of the Gazette. A number of the Fire and.Life insurartce: and
<- Sunday , 90 64 . .13 ijale & RentDwellingsCentrallocatron.
I transacted business In Orlando Wednesday JecH-communlty. Grove' contains 12 ablest men of the Florida Conferenceare Armour's Fertilizers., Renting s
Monday; , . 91 87 . . Se .me before buying.
I acres, about 50 large, bearingorange among those to be present, and the and Collecting Rents a. ty
Geo. F. Parker.Mr. .
Tuesday 93' 89 .. .
" trees and over 400 grapefruit trees Specialty. Taxes paid for
I topics are full of interest. The public
Mrs W. J. Sears d children
88 . an
1 Wednesday. ?" W. M. Moseley was in the cityon just coming into bearing;also nearly 400 generally and members of all the Non-residents.
. . 88 76 .45 leave Monday for Saluda, N. C., to
Thursday .
his way to Sanford from .Gotha peach trees. Will: sell at a bargian. churches in particular are invited to attend <-

! .. where*be had been visiting his family. I spend the summer. For particulars address box 283, Kis all of these exercises. ,R O. MEEK rKlsslmmee.

Messrs. P. J. and C. D. Dayton, of simmee,Fla. .
I -w Dam your stockings with a Singer
, ""' Darner can use on any sewing ma Lakeland are in the city working on Mr. J. W. Crosby the Loughman Fla.

I chine 75c each at the Home Store. the public school building. turpentine man, waa transacting business Park Gardens(

l THE LOCAL FIELD. Stove wood delivered in town at $1.00 Mies Alms Griffin returned home last in the city'I ednesday. H! Inform- .

[ strand. week from a visit to relatives and ed'a representative of this paper that
friends in Tampa and Bradentown. he has recently associated himself with w.LjpuzoiiREAL r. '
j. ; '
fine of Rich Lands with
other capitalists and real estate men Body J Plenty ,
*%%* Mrs. A. L, Chandler, and daughter,
Miss Jean Penon of Orlando is the who have secured'es of splendid
Jno.L. Artesian Market.We
the of Mrs. Water Now
Orlando. of Miami, were guests on .
Wade, the tuner, of her Misses Lou- lands the
guest friends : Mary Overstreet few days last week. farming lying along west
, Extra attractions at the Electric : ise and Virginia Makinson. this week. side of Reedy Creek and cornering in arc now surveying these fine alluvial ESTATE

Mr. and Mrs. Brown, who have been three counties, Orange, Osceola and )ands into 5 and 10 acre tracts and
Saturday. i Mr. and Mrs. Jacobs were in the city Johnson will be ready in a few days to show you
visiting Capt. and Mrs. Clay Polk which they will cut up into small
Dwellings, for rent, apply to M. Til Monday, having come up from their the best that is to be
went up to Ocoee last week for a short tracts and sell to homeseekers. We very proposition
ler. home at Maine's City to do some shopping KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA K
stay. hope to give a full outline of the found in Florida-formerly known as I I -

Mrs. Bardin visited friends In Tampa plans and purposes of the company the O'Berry place, but now known as (f,
of Narcoossee was
Mr. M. D. Tindall
last week. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Seymour arrived next week. Park Gardens.We .

Stetson, University at DeLand is for In.the oity from Ojus Monday nia-hto" in: the for city tax Monday deeds to to some make valuable application At the ice factory last Tuesday morn do nqt promise-you lands' that will r .,:
a visit to their daughters, Mrs. W. B. make you fortune without labor with-
"ell the people. Harris and Miss Clyde Seymour. lands:near that place? ing A. W. Winn and his son, Norman, out sunshine and without water) but we M. TILLER ,

Leonard Williams of Lougbman was LOST...On Thursday afternoon while became involved in a difficulty, when ,do offer you as fertile lands as are to be =
A manufacturer's' line of the latter struck his father = Real Estate Agency.
sample on-the head
with States
in the city Monday. driving, a gold cuff button found anywhere in the United
ladies' hdkfs. in hemstitched and scalloped design., Finder will be rewarded on Its two or three times with a hammer, In- with an abundant flow of as fine arteslon'water ..N NNpt MNM NjNf NM ",
W. B. Makinson has gone to Wash all None worth le t
edges: 25c. sand flicting painful but nbt serious wounds. =
business. return to J. L. Moon. !1; It as you can find in any country sold. JiI
Realty bought-and
on was
ington many more than, price. Kati. The young man arrested but was
Doors and window made to LOST-Between" the Baptist church with perfect drainage. House rented.
screens; later released at the request of his
For Sale-Two fresh, Jersey cows, Now if are willing to furnish the
you '
and the last Saturday a silver Taxes paid and Titles ver-
at Barn 'a depot
order shop. There
father. witnessesto
four and two old both by Sultanof were no eye the sunshine is assured -
years ; hill muscle always j 'i
ified for
return non-residents.
belt pin: Finder please the difficulty and the cause of the h
,. ," Mrs. J. R. Graves, Jr., and baby. left St. Cloud; guaranteed absolutely- same to the Pastorlum.Dr. is known to the in Florida. On these gardens you are Fire, Life and Accident In- W
misunderstanding only
Monday for Atlanta. sound; now at Fell's Point. Address P. assured of four of the most essential
A. Vans Agnew, Agent. J. C. Davis, optician, is still at father and son, both of whom deeply features in truck growing. First, rich surance. Bonds.
For perfect fitting eyeglasses and and fitting deplpre having allowed their temper lo Indemnity .J'
the' the Park Hotel testing.eyee land; second, plenty of water; third l.I
see Dr. P. G. White. Sewing Machines for rent by of Norman
apectacle. week at the Home Store. Agents for glasses. Headache cured with glasses. get the best them. pleaded good drainage, and last, but not least, 3F-lnPiFN-NN
For Sale-One set of bed room furni- Don't neglect your children's eyes. guilty to a charge of fighting and strik'ing an abundance or sunshine. Now, if you
the Singer and Wheeler & Wilson Machines -
ture. Apply to Mr. Drought. sold for cash or on I installment Eyes tested free. in Mayor's court Wednesday morn- are willing to work or have it done, G. F. KRIBBS P PATTORNEYAT.LAW.
ing and Mayor Murphy assessed fine
of the White Star Laundry Call and of Fort .is you can make enough cleau"of all expenses -
Agency them.
plan. see Mrs. E. A. Gilbert Myers which .
of- his father.
$50 was paid by
' the of
at the Home Store, Phone 154. Mrs. M. G. Waring of Lakeland, who visiting her sister,From Mrs. K.Mrs.Crawfordfor Gil- On Sunday last about the noon hourD. these lands to pay in the first purchase twelve price months. Office in the Court House-K3s- I IsSi b;
For all kinds of repair work on furniture has been visiting her parent for the bert a will Kissimmee to reside in N. Floyd terrorized the upper end This place I. two mile's south of Kis simmee. Florida. ':-'
etc. to Barna's job .hop. two weeks, returned to her homeon go
go simmee and one-fourth mile
from an
the future.-Tampa Tribune. ., of town for an hour or more. He drove With be associated In the
accompanied by her sisters '
Mr. J. R. Geiger, of Apopka, was Monday his family from home who took refuge established sidetrack. We have already trial of causes the law arm .of il

a visitor in" Kissimmee on business Margaret and Ethel Lee. Mrs. J. W. Miller. In attempting to at a neighbors, and then from the sold a portion of this tract to two enter- .... '

-- Monday. -. On June 30th. I will discontinue my alight from a moving train at the passenger -,, doors and windows of his residence, I prising gentlemen from Wichita' Kansas Orlando'B

Misses Mary and Ruby Duke have store in the Walker building, and the station last Wednesday fell and' proceeded to puncture the atmosphere and also a portion to some promi-

for products of my Bakery wilt thereafter was painfully bruised abotft\; the face in that vicinity full of holes with a 38 nent, influential men of Sanford Jacksonville -
to Atlanta to visit relatives S
gone month. 'b for sale at The Home Store. Phone and her wrist was badly sprained. calibre Smith 1& Wesson pistol. His and Lakeland. We are aelling C. MILLERBARBER *> 'Y

164.Vv\ E. A. Niemeyer. hilarious career was finally checked at prices that will pay you to investigate. ,
Buy a Gem Safety Razor. Handle Mrs. C. E. Jones and daughter, Miss however by the arrival on the sc'ene of Come and see the lands and get
C. Carson is few
Mrs. A. spending a Jones returned last week from
Ruth ,
and 7 blades for $1.00 Guaranteed by Sheriff Prevatt and Marshal McPhat- our prices and you will never regret it. ,
weeks in HoVfijjriogs, Ark., where she Coronado Beach where they report a SHOPvUPTODATE

v Osceola Pharmacy.' went to accompa, her father, Hon. J. pleasant outing. They will leave today ter, who succeeded arresting him BROWN & lIAR WELL,

Spend your money with us; It costs M. Bryan, whom, wexregret- learn, for Barlow spehd a month with rela after he had held them at bay for Kissimmee. Fla. SERVICE BY +

no more,and you may get a piano for has been in feeble health for some tives. awhile with his revolver finally makinga WORKMEN
nothing. C. W. DAN spectacular attempt at suicide by EXPERIENCED- .
ii time.Mr. Through.thecourtesy of Senator D. shooting himself In' the left side Inflict Change of Plans. a '

i Mr. D. C. Hull representing John'B.Stetson .. Howard Bata who has-been U7 Fletcher; this office ii in'receipt of a ing a slight flesh wound. He waa lock, The Waters & Carson Grocery'' Co, f ,,-' I rt h
V' University at DeLand, was a spending the past several months* issued the . I. ,
handsome by Depart-
'" map ed up in jail till Monday afternoon, announce that they do.,not., expect "to '
If. visitor iri.the city recently.. Tombstone, Ariz., pursuing his studiesin ih nt of the, Interior: at' ..Washington, when'he was released on 1.000 bond buy oranges or grapefruit the coming Soda Fount

t\f$, see that! your piano':,.tickets are/numbered : mining engineering by 'actual "expe showing the extent of public surveys f OB'his appearance at the next term of season, and take' this opportunity to

; if not, return them: at once for rience in the' mines,Tlfeturned home in the United States and Territories' the County Court to' answer to the make the announcement early so that

exchange. C. W. DANN. Monday f 8t. and InsularS sessions; also Indian charge of aggravated assault Floyd the growers may be fully advised con- Cold Drinks and Fine '

Make your wants known to the Roberts Six pairs of Viking hosiery guaran- Military and Forest Reservations, rail- is ordinarily a very peaceable citizen, cerning their plans: Messrs. Chase & Box Candies

Niemeyer Co. for turned work of teed to wear for six months without roads, canals, natioftalparks and other but had just returned from Jacksonville Co., of Saqford and Jacksonville, operated -

any kind and grinding corn. hole in heel or toe, for $1.00. Written details. -........... where he had been, drinking heavily in this., territory some last year
guarantee with each 1.2 dozen pairs. and his reason is supposed to have and to'the satisfaction of several of
returned Quite a number of the o toldien
Mr. and Mrs. T. Speer All sizes for men, women and childrenat been temporarily dethroned as a conse- our growers. They have the intentionof
from weeks visit to relatives who expect to be identified wit --..the Cigars Cigarettes Tobaccos }
Tuesday a
the Cash Store. business here the coming ,
in Sanford and Oakland. May28tfMr. St. Cloud Colony have moved ou.'to.. quence. doing more ) .
have With the
; R-i O. Meek reports the sale of that place and some of them are tem- Words of Commendation. season. They arranged -y.- -
Mrs. C. E. Jones and Miss Ruth Jones Waters & Carson Grocery Co.- to pack .
the small Chafer cottage, occupied by porarily occupying the vacant ..housesbelonging .
were those from this place who ; S. C. 5 '09. such fruit as they may handle in the .'" ,
among July ,
Prof. R. M. Evans, to E. T. Frowe of to the company, which were wego -
attended the celebration at Sanford Dear Mr. rris-Let add packing house in Kisslmmee. Chase & POOL TABLEK.LStarling .
Kansas; also fifty acres of land north of formerly used as tenant houses in con- me my :
;' Monday. word of praise excellent paper, Co. will make 'their own arragements .
and adjoining J. W. Miller's home placeto nection with the St. Cloud plantation,

Mr. and Mrs. Z. Barage. and Mr. and F. B. Fogg of.New Hampshire., while others are domiciled in tents. doing gresti work for Kissimmee. with the growers in every respect :,..<

Mrs._J, C. Milea went out -and spent Notice of allotment of lands is now I look forwardhwjth pleasure Waters & Carson Grocery Co. will
'_" _the day at Runnymede and St. Cloud WANTED-To invest $1,000 to 1,200 daily expected when the work of build- every week to its coming. have no interest, directly or indirectly,

a' ,) yesterday.Just In' established pay ing business, with ser ing St. Cloud will begin in earnest. Yours truly, in_ this fruit or in purchasing' other ; ..t
vice. Or purchase email business ,outright STANYARNE BURROWS .... fruit, except their contract: for pack

received direct from.factory in Do not answer unless you have Col. P. A. Vans Agnew, who has h*' .

Philadelphia, an unusually attractiveline a paying proposition and mean busi been spending-the past several days in Salem Ohio. 761909. & A o. have been in Florida in .

of mid-summer Stetson hats for ness. References exchanged. Address Washington, D. C., in the interest of W. B. Harris, Editor. Dear Sir-I this fruit>buslneas for possibly 20,ean. TINNER ,

men, at Kats's. Invest, care Valley Gazette. securing a preliminary survey for locks herewith enclose one dollar for which They have acquired a great deal of experience .1 <

Mrs M. J. Hicks, Mrs Pearce and July 48w.Hon. and darn. In the Kiasimrnee river is expected " please send me your paper for one year.I and havevbecome recognized a

little Lucy Pearce left Monday for Atlanta C.'S. Acree attended the Fourth to return tonight or tomorrow. have had several papers from Flor- as expert on everyth Rblch pertainsto All Kinds of Sheet Metal

to spend a month with Mr. and of celebration at Sanford last Elsewhere in this Issue we publish some ida bet yours is the best and gives the marketing fruits. Thefrvfeputatlcn '

Mrs. J. M. Wood. I Monday.July He states that he saw Congressman telegrams from Col. -Vans Agnew, best news"of what is doing at the Soldlera' for integrity and honesty is' thorj>ugh- I and Repair Wprk I t
putting ,
I which show that he has been Colony. ly well established ....
.\ Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Baldwin have ar- Clark and conferred with him in 'some good work and that his mission There are several of us who hope to It is\ quite probable that'they will ...... :.

rived from Knox Ind., and are looking ,I concerning the resolutions which he had which was regarded as hopeless, be in your city and county from Salem have a man in this territory looking -

around with a view,, to purchasing a passed at the last session of the legislature now seems very probable of accomplishment this fall after their Interests. They are a firm J 5.

home in this section. -. memorializing Congress to ap- Yours truly of large,means,and very prompt in all '

Mr. J, M. Carson left last week for the propriate Kissimmee$75,000.River.for locks and .dams' in Edgar Kat returned home last Sunday I- J. C. RUDIBILL.I .. their business affairs. TIN ROOF PLUMBING,

Jacksonville. has gone into the law, Md. where he has 4
from Annapolis, ,
I Sanford.
Traction Line-to
-- office; of the county solicitor in that Mrs. H, E. Godwin had an enjoyable been for the past three months under- I Allotment Now On. : "',
for outing for two weeks visiting friends in '| The Gazette isNo-eeceipt of ,
city. the summer. going training preparatory to taking Valley !! The Valley Gazette, has received in- All Work Guaran ;
Kissimitaee, Hastings and St. Augustine the following communication, which fs
I the examination for entrance to the formation from an authoritative source ?A
Local have about all the
carpenters She
returned home last Monday
recently. U. S. Naval Academy. The Evening! self-explanatory. that the, allotment of lands to purchasers -
work,,they can attend to, and our expected week by her niece FLA. .. r
be accompanied Capital of Annapolis prints a list of ORLANDO, July 7, 1909. in the St. Cloud colony was begun .
building boom can' hardly I Mrs. M. 'E. "Martin of Hastings who the candidates from each state who Kissimmee Gazette Kissimmee, Fla. last Saturday, and as the deeds are be- Shop Opposite Valley Gazette f,,
said to have begun yet. will time here
spend some visiting Irvin passed successfully the mental examinaJjon Gentlemen: ing made out as the land is allotted it Office '?!

Mr. Henry T. Stanford. returned from; i, Raulerson and family. Prof. Martin is ,amongwhich we find from Florida, QThere |has been a company formed l is probable that it will] be several days .' Pl

New York last week, where he had been ongngod to taach tha school at Hastings T. Bayley, W. K. Beard and E. D. Katz. here to build a traction line before the result is announced. ..:f
I I next year and is winning a fine reputation -i from Sanford to Kissimmee- Or-
spending a couple of weeks' vacation On account of colar- lindne however_ '
as first-class teacher.-Avon Part lando. Particulars later. For Sale at a Bargain.One 11'
I make the
seeing the sights of Gotham. Edgar could not necessary Sprigg FlemingCLEANING:
I I Cor. Florida. dvocate. : percentage in the physical examina- Yours very truly, 7-rt' >om residence, Patrick's( Ad-
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Nelson, who recently DR. GEO.Tnoa: BENNETT. -
I I Mr. McKinley of the Sanford and I tion and, therefore failed to gain en- '-' *
moved to Kissimmee from Wichita Kissimmee Traction Company was in trance to: the academy. The mental Track Land for Rent. One .7-room. residence. Data 'Addi PRESSING t

Kans., have rented rooms for' the the city this week interviewing our examination this year is said to have tion.One '

present at Mr.,A. B. Jarre I's. business men regardiug the tractionline been unusually rigid particularly so 5 to 7 aeres of fine truck land'adjoin- 0-room residence, Mathews1 Ad- .

Capt. Bill Knight of the dredge Kiasimmee - the company proposes to build in algebra, and out of the 274 applicant I ing R. R. station fenced and lately., dition. REPAIRINGSlltisfocti ** c

has been in the city this week from Sanford to this city via Orlando.Mr. I. only 122 passed successfully. plowed. Suited for egg plant celery One bearing! orange/ grove about 276 Leave word at house end clothe#**" V 1.
1 visiting his family. He reports: very I McKinley states that he is meeting'with Edgar i is to be congratulated that he and'all kinds of truck. House free to tr%x*.. will be called aor and returned.. '

\ a heavy rains south of Lake Kisgimmee, all the encouragement he could was among the 122 who passed and'the renter. These can be had cheap on reasonable

I hnd says the_river is higher there than hppe for and is very sanguine that the fact that defective eye-sight only barr- Call on or address, G. M. Gardner' terms, *. t
" :: it has:/"b..en .for sevet'i Lyears.I .' ; road will be built, in a short time. ed him is in nowise his'fault.. Campbell, Fla. WATERS & CATISON GBO. Co. tt y..V"- ,' .t *: y

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THE I 1 I aunt bouse. old The fasblored old couple furniture) who bad into lived the . . .. . .. :'" :.,,:. . . . ".'

: f TgE'HEIR i In the ell itlll stayed. and the woman . d ier "

-- .was Prl cllla'. housekeeper, .

1 Tlien rrlscllla found that her legacy J

How the Old Mansion Was Turned 1 I was' gt! atly reduced and 'that she must : Clearance Sale .

go to work So she went to nursing '

,Into a Real Home. atvln, with a lightbenrt. , ''I, 1 ...... . r' ',, '- '," : ;,
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And DOW it waS old borne week, and '

ti, 4 By ,,ALICE''W>>,r-by VAN A.oclatd] ZAARN.lOoprHcht t'Literaryfreu. ,.,., |I i!j'as road thrown one a Palter feature open,to her Of tbe the house guests occasion"and telling she wa some had'to': : \v .l: ':.O1lLo.t 1, :,. 1"1'Ladle( *"White. Shirt.' Waists,., :'regular I prfco' $,Li0(. rcdnced, t to* 4'. ):(.:;::__",: ''. *,4,'; f.ii,;vh. !'" ",- ':' :< )A,

t of the most interesting! stories about : | e One Lot Ladies' Wash% Skit-t reduced to .$:f.V.;: ) ; ," : ,:'
The old bone, with its coat of fresh 'the place. She bad furnished, the > ; ;regular price $2.50; :' .. .
paint, gleamed among .its magnificent \ ''""* ...,
$> ,
rooms 1111 nearly as possible like what : '

elms the upstairs In the bright fruut'August room l"rll'o.Iilt stinsliln atood lu they tbvre; bad' \There been wns when Dot tbe a modern family plt lived>ee" : .\\It;' Spocliil; ,Prices are, Stl'ldly.Cash. If J.o-t have> a cliursc n( mull with IS . ;

before the' mirror. giving last critical, I furniture in the whole house, and : a'1 request(. : any or the advertlyedoOds! .( charged, regular price will ilrl' 'IIII. ....

look ,at her elf. Her hair was douu I'' she had even ))('en'aMe to procure rPIiON

high on'ber bend lu a gtrl*.-oj bygone; some -of the rjarticles that bad .
.' days, and an ancient fclitll Comb was I once furnished It. '"I i : 1'i :Co.W :
: Stanford
at tbe bock llor drcsa wn's.a gorgeuilk.'_ At last she saw her guests coming.She : H. C.
(' Ior.n8( -she recogulzod one tigure : .
brO<'odud Bilk which had to
? nflmnji) the others. He was tbe ,. .
her tfrtut-trreiit-tcrundujotLiiOr. It .bud L;
only; one at lbs old family name wbo .
never U' 'altered, und !It fitted .Iwi'l O < > <
lute taken ,the least Interest In.tbe old -
lafl MtrulKlU figure to perfection
plnce To: be sure IIP was merely thegrant'rtmdsomi . .
d' acid will '
"There, 1I1JC 1-guens -" --- -- '
do! Now I 'will alt down. and 'wult,till] nf tl\\i e last of the' family i .
: to live there, and he bad never seen M N'S-Bic-ifl
they t-'nue. A W : Co.
It till) this mi-It But he hnd taken an Machinery .
She.nt over to one of tbe went The stone Malsby
Intense Jiiteri-vi' In what Prlscllla had Gray -
srindows' and eat where sbe could lookdown 1---- .
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dine nl,1 how she had seen a I .

tbe roud. Her fuce was le/ilt Might ron.1' tlenl "" rll1rllljl the week.Prl . The Aches and Pains Will Disappear KI&S1MMEF. FLA.. 22 OCEAN ST. . . . JACKSONVILLE( FLit .
with Joy, This wi.s the hap!> day .. Y
e 11I" .t I. 'it', t'zti'; she If the advice of this KIII- I
of her life. 'It wan what she, bud look Portable and] Stationary" Lnaines 1 ,,
.. went Hluw 'D the rl:: xt! e to sltnraee Citizen la
ed forward to and worked tot. i,. ... On Lake T"l.op..kallj'R. I \ Saw Mills! Wood.workioMI chID-! Je
meet her : K. I'
As she sat waiting for her expected g .- Followed Hunting, Fl hlnll'. Shooting, erg, Shingle' Mills, Lath :Mlll, and
guests her mind traveled lti| )t.over I I S e A woman' back baa aches t I Halliintr. Golf Tennis, Hoque.I general line of I>U I'lie". ( oniplet
Illclinrd looked un<-"r1rtloly about the many Cricket, Cldck Golf fur Immediate
} the years that bad led up to this day. and uains. I Baseball line carrie In stock
which seemed to her to be the fulfillment dtm QlJ room. In a moment his eyes !Most lines 'tis the kidney's fault. I, Trap Shooting 1'' shipment Sold on ea j terms _
Terms: 1112.r.o) *3.fiO
became aeeuntnmed to the dnrknesn to per day.
of all her bupea Backache Is really kidney ache.
and be went (1IIIrItIov..r to whore *13 tr> * She remembered how when she was ; That's why Doari'u Kidney Pills ;ate It will pay vou
a little girl and lived with ber grand 1 PrlwcJllft crouched sobbing *on the cure it.Many. I builbir. Postal will brinir our salesman .

a; 9 ?mother In the house she could nee from' flour Her old) brocaded gown lay In !! Kissimmee'women kno -this. To Our-Friends: | I 'S Write for. illustrated! catalogue
folds about hc l Tj: nnd the arm on which Head what one to say about It Come und try a meal at the and pricrsW .
where she eat she had Ux.liw with wo | I
1, mansion stool I the her he-ad was bowed rented on the old !Mrs.K A. Barnes Klsniinmee, t"la, hot -1. Single i uii'ali 50c; )t\ i .an OcnmU. l Southorn AgwnU for C.l.l>r.t.i Pirquhar EnirinM. BoI.....and S.w MUta
upon tbe which on "Doan s KUlntfv Pills have meal tickets I ; IJ10. Rooms *J.per
chair liy, the fireplace. avs. I I I ___._ _._ __
3 bill, and all the atoriee she cored to helped] .me so rrentlv( that it pleases day 1 J -
Richard .
"IIat has happened? cried -
bear moat be about the old house. me to recommend them. My back was I

t Her grandmother could tell her many :i In alarm He lifted her gently to very lame and at times I could not Ilooni. In The Inn annex for ' " " 11i1i1111i111tGSeasonab1e' '
her feet and for a moment she rented I
stories of the old place, of the ;j-ounn |i !jilt anything or struiifhlenafter stoopintr -{' rent fur f>0t HIM) 75c) |per niuht. -
., t people who had. lived there and made Tienvlly ag lust' hf* shoulder 'Then 91y' rest was fitful and mornings Special rn es by the ween or' 1
tt gay with their happy voices, of the .she drew away and sank' Into her It was all I could do to dress in j self.: moral]
cnn r. The kidney secretions also caused me
'S noted general wbo courted and married I I I
4 his fair bride there and ot the nod I "I "ftmvery.. sorry ;you found mo thin great annoyance". by. their ofDoan'K frequepcv Kidney inpuixaire "
TWtlbox. -
she B.nW ,
"I Ithinapht
times that came when the young people way. tremulounly. Pills l obtained from the KUaiin- H. W. THURMAN,
all went away and the old folk! yn\f yore gone and that I Co. cured und I
Drug since
wee me
was all alone." ::::: .. .. .. .. .. ..... ... . . . ..... -.
r t grew feeble and died and the old hou..-j hIt. ve heen I In good health. I mm % mm % mm m % m% % \ .% m % m mm %% % % %% -.yF
tell Into alien hand "Watt a mlnuto sold the young For sale ball dealers.! Price 50j I
t PrWcllla remembered how she teased man with practical thooghtfulueuB, cents t'oler-Milburn' Co., Buffalo
tookber "till we hays some light and then you !New Yolk, sole agents for the UntteelStates.
4 her
and teased till grandmother
must tell meVhit troubles .**- II I.
!! youPrlncllla I Goods
: to seethe man and hH wife who
sat' silent She could hear Ilemeiiiher: the nameDoan'sandTake
lived as caretakers In three or tour .
a rooms In tbe ell After that she used tbe )IQw< murmur of voices! In tbe next ....... no cither.J.JH BLISS''I'I

to slip away to see them, and they got romn. where the' housekeeper and her -- !, -- ..............-.............. --
bugbnndwere. Richard lighted the -
4 to be fond of ber and let her room -
candies on the high mantel and one SPRING ILLS -
over the house at wilLWben i
F on the tulle: then he drew his chair
abe got to be eighteen she de r Mii' :: '
nearer and Bat dowd. facing Prise II I a. I
terminal earn money enough to buy
Theywero two figures In RED'DITTJEWELER is slcktime.
the old house and restore M. The ownVr -
l the dim setting of the old room. Both v I Purify.the blood-cleanse LOW: PRICES
took no care of it, and it was goingto I
were very good to look upon she In the the -
destruction. It seemed such her gewj.of a century ago, be I In modern ---
thing to Pr|! cllla to see the bllnpar .. ... and effective roots, herbs -
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: ., sagging the shingles. and clapboards dressL w AND- t and barks contained in .
I coming off and the -chimneys ledh *'I suppose It is foolish," she said. SW 1f :::::
bricks "and hysterical and all that, but I f --
lag In every nigh wti>d She I WATCH -
flp** j"*- couldn't help It. 1 was BO happy "tblij: i BLISS HEM C e SEE OUR LINE OF ICE CREAM ==
afternoon, and thIS la the reason. : I

"But what is 1t?" be asked, looking i 1 kEPAJRER. I : FREEZERS HAM MOCKS, MOS- == '--:

4 perplexed. The cost is but a half-a- WATER COOLERS.
I "It all _nw so futile! she cried. cent a day to rid the bloodof 1- -
"Ton know how I have worked andplann4"d 1I : REFRIGERATORS: ETC.
the poison tEat causes I :a _
to restore this house to what
Boils-Pimples and other =: y rw
It wall, but It Is no use. It wan a
'' -, First and last la foods. : Skin Eruptions., 200 Tablets I == :::::
home, but It 1s Dot now, and I cannot I
tY make It a borne. Bexjdes toot It seems. I for $1.00. A Guarantee -
I Who all b laid and done on 1M I :
now that I have done all I could that to cure or money back.

I was presumptuous to undertake It. :I cerealloo4 bat for economy q.a tion and the for fact results remain inkeahh I, Ask fot a Bliss Almanac l $ C IfJ
Every one deems to think I have done STllJjRD-CRRSOI-ORflIES
Omtt and learn fully about this !
eI great things, but what right bad ITOh and ttreagtfa. Quaker :' ,
," abe cried passionately, "wliy Und first of alL: It U the most poplar old-fashioned remedy.

couldn't you',bave done Itf"' iou, are' food in the world among the food Made by BLISS in Wash- I E HARDWARE COMPANY '

one of the family! old in packagem. It keep fresh and C. 3.j
ington D.
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"FrlsclllA.'', he.said, and abe gave a sweet-4 ", .

1r littlestart and looked' at btav: with ,1\_, .' 111U1t11U11t1111111111t1 tt111111111111tULt11111LLt1111ttLf111.1uie !! I
.r dilated eyes.: ? FOR SALE BY k. "
''I understand bow ;you fee, and I ,
wish I had done It, but there in a bet a 1 ( Illiovt, N Man1>K.iTCOI.ONN

ter' way-a way In whteh-you can make I V\ liAR"''', '" -

It a..horn and even bear tho old family SPKCJAI.TIES

name." Ills face was very- serious, I Im THIs i OHAM.I :'.UUVKS'

. and he looked at her with searching TRACTS BBOWH B 0 & JIIIEWER IS'TUt; HOMtS. ,

earnoHtness. Nobody NORTH KISSIMMEE !
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II:n.w Tthine. .., TIMBER IAOIJS': St"M.f'H;! Rt.iRTS
lie rose to his feet and held out his
arms. "IVwi't yon understand. Prlacllln :'.-r.e.In.*- wvarftvp*. TOUt'K "FARMS 'REAL ESTATE BROKERS IMPROU.: FAItMS '

?" he said In a thrilling vok-e. and ".....&abl.producing_..the 10 bwtt 61 soar yeah. we BARGAINSTORE -,
; T And rrlscilla understood and moiled t.s ..1'BoW' F..rry'.. KISSIMMEE. FLA. -'
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sam eery. .tM.-I. .t our \
F.s ....,..b_ _
at him through happy tears.A our Igo.H
.... at by a ..... ....,.,
y.ry. Hens fl.00 rDequ_ AddnluD. YOUR BUSINESS SOLICITEDIf

Splendid Bluff.1' .M.FERIT CD.. DETlmif, Mica A. S. GILBERT

rorrtjsJ" &tr Walter Beaant is said 'to !have You Wish to Buy or Sell Come to See Us.
once settled a disputed cab fare In a
would buy It and save tt from ruin. novel manner He drove from Piccadilly __. _h ___ '__ _____ DEALER IN _
r1 and It would stand these In all its oldtime to some place In the suburbs outside C A. CARSON; President N. C BRYAN SECRETARY :

dlcntty. s VAtaafcto. hMosl taad- !! the ra 1Da., Oo getting down be DR. LESLIE W. WEEDDN Dry Goods Motions U
tendered to 'the driver 8a. 6d, which

'L She;tow| no one of hey plan Dot set was'a little over the proper fare. The Glasssware. ..11 EnamelwareWe The Waters & "Carson l :

about deciding on'lie wo k. She bad man, txrwcmr, wanted 5 shillings.Beaan Specialist-Eve, Ear .:

Jways intended being a oona, and refused. Noseand Throat...... "
Air :' this works WOI bd MTV bar propose aa 1 "I'd hiss to flab: :yon foeJM" said I .

4ti. ,: wen as any.. i the driver.: sell McCall's Patterns and
80 by t&e time aha WSM weotj-ooe "The erySfnJo "*! Beeaot, woo Private Hosoital. American National Publications. I Grocery Compan-

IIfI B bad finished bar cooes at the : bad Dover In bto life not on a' boxing Bank Building, Tampa,

training school: bed taken be drat give and Wall almost aa ignorant njPlckwtck Florida. Subscriptions taken for M cCaI's) f

t cue and depoetted her &s4 money In even of the flghttng attitude."The Magazine, only 50c per year post-

the betat t Jqwud buying tbe old pteoe.I very thing Capital Wet paid. Wholesale and Retail Dealers ;in- .!

Then came a dUavpolntmeat. The have tbe fifth In the back gasden. My T. //ft. RIVERS /lz%. D.
great-aunt for whom she waa named brother ,wQl look on. bold the stakes Phone 3B Kissimmee, Fl3. .

l ; seas foes bet to come and take ease of and see fala" PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON :

s i her. PrtseOla MtteUsd bnrartty, fore The cabman got down atowly, tr U

N th old woman was ooeagndned and fa' did not quite case about: It: after all. OfHCe over Oectola Pharmacy Chas.A.WaldronContracting 'GROCERIES:2.,

;, miserly and 'gradced her tbe food she He followed Into the garden: here PaoNZSResidence i 153 !
'.' ate. Bat FrtocflJe. know that tt was there was a lovely bit of green tnrf.ttotiaot 'r} office 148 \
her*last -.MIIb 'coold not bin ,, Carpenterand
1 elckiMM placed the 9 shillings to -- --- -- -'-- .::::

t find M In be* hart toe' t bee atone friend's hands, took off his,coat and J. W. SIMPSON .WE SELL ,
w'J' to her w.I. eT7. waistcoat and rolled up his sleeves Builder ,

,. For two tone J'CIIIIII' thosotoe- all with an air of cheerful alacrity. DENTIST. ,

j I-' .devoted. Mr...,'to her kinswomoo and ""Tiow my friend." Raid be, "I am All work guaranteed. Prices HAY HIDES: .

f 1 gave her as good eae she bad ready MS soon as you ami" nil anxiety Upstairs in Katz! : BuIIdIDIC. reasonable. No charge for esti-

been a wealthy, paying potV-n*. And WOol but It-decreased as be OFFICE l0Day: I 9 a, In. t.. 12 m. mates. i GRAIN. FUR'

tbe aanfa dlepoaVkm softened wondor- washed the cabman's faoe expcee f 1:10: to 1):30p.: m. -- j I
f ., at the last and Prtacllla confided ofheeltMiiQn Telephone So. 7B Jun 5, lyr \
l fully emotion
successively aU the
,__.__ P230NE: : 3.35:: I WOOL
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the old houu her.After
her secret aboot a twmrwa.-unrprio fVml and_ -' Jun. 2.4\ SHINGLES
her death HWM wa' a great abject cowardice -
for Prtacjlln. Her aont had "Olmmn --. -.-- ORANGE BOXES AND ,
smrptise "No no;, he said ml teat.
3 left all her property to rThere the three and nix. I know year tricks

+-, war more than any one bAd suspected, both of ;you I've'been done.this way Osceola County ORANGE WRAPS ALL'VEGETABLE

f :; aixJ the will expressed the old lady's" befor*"-London. MalL 'QI\T_ L.. 'VCTiN: CRATES COUNTRY
r wish that FrlBCiUa abould use the I Abstract l

,, money to boy and repair the old ptao 8010"T.mpk.. PHYSICIAN AMU BURGEON Company CRATE NAILS PRODUCE'1

011 the MIL The temple of Jerusalem built RKBIIMENCB PHOKB 13. KWIIMKEK.OFFICE .. _.--
;$$. er the pkwe. waa oatoaOj bought by King Solomon B. C. :1000 and was PHONE rr FLORIDA - .
, .__ G. P. GARRETT, Manager.
r the was mach to be done. Carpcn- destroyed by King Net,> h dnczzar of '
'A l tars masons and painter were Thtb'loD n. C. 58ft. It woe rebuilt by W. W. CARSON, D. D. S. neal estate We sell field'and garden seeds or all kinds. ".

d'a kept at w tor weeks, The yard Zernbbabc B. C. 534 and partially destroyed DENTAL PARLORS Titles examined acid reported on We give special:! attention to fitting out hunting and camping

t': was made Ud pnd after that tbe in- !! by the Roman general PompeyIn I 'Taxes paul for non-reRlth'm8 parties.Free. .
aide ofpaired. the Donee cleaned and n- n. C. 63. It was rebuilt by King I I RIVERS BUILDING Instruments relating to real estate delivery in city limits. Phone No. 12'

,', Herod B. c. SI and wall finally demolished ! OVER OSCEOLA PHARMACY carefully drawnCorrespondence We. are county agents for good fertilizers. Ask us for ;Jcircufare !:,
"' June tbat thing was 17' tbe Romans under Titus A. D. .
It. was In Solicited. and prices on fertilizers. '
d .. dona 'and Prlacllla bad red her '0. __ OFFJC HOURS I e g k27,7" I .

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I : THE) WHITE PLAGUE. QIb E. ; : j W Miller.F.; '. 4.

PEOPLE- THE DAYNew -, ,U i f. .I'hatiflrt' Z. W NOTICE. -

11 Hew to Ward Off the Drs.e i jII'.fI"ll', I" ..' Bullork. Arthur -.

of nMmptlon. Notice I* hereby given 'tbit'ih.'olo\'lnl{ described land will be old at ..'tollD'3'
from On lbs IDd dy of Augunt \: p. 11109; to front of the towu hell door at Kllmme City lu Lbs .iMrtiea who 4n..
I catching tuberculoalAj "
Head of Naval Academy. :fllow can. keep 'ouotv 01 Oncenla and Plata! of Florida, or*o much thereof,in. 'beTnecenary to i pay < ( .. .., and severally ?' ". 'lallahaair! *, Fla.,, Juo.w; 111I11.i

You say\; we breathe i amount due for taxes herein't tb. wltb such of al.. and the for THt'tat.. Board .
Opposite. to >me.together oot ad. earns of Kducatlnn"f Florida ..lIi
Captain' John Marshall' Bowser,. the whole colony of''the germs Into. our tlafn. ;....'*-. < \ f UtL: .., sell to the hlgheit. and b<.t( bidder< for oa.h1 the
Prw.. opertntendent 3i the United If luck thai .,. ." ----_: "'n : '
system .
every day/{11. pure $ seat this -30th following! deatfrlbed lattd lying and being

States Naval academy, who succeeds keeps a man from .becoming a con : \ .01-, tltuate la OC..OB County, F.orldaj Tb. 1Mb.tteatluiM

Captain C. 'J, Badger, served as an In- umptlva?" .. NAJUt. .. I & tt. c..x"; in Township ti,- Manse H: ; TownnhlpX. \ ..

atractor at that -Inetitutloll" from" -1881 This, question li often asked of physicians -. t Peace..;..rTrat llatri I t.. ; Range):Towanhlp S3, Ran*;. :514 Township.

to ,1894. A native .of Indiana: he was' who tell ybu how great: a percentage . ttobinaon'i Add'iflusury :: ,. &1. Range 88, and Township 811, Rana M,. QOO-.

'appointed to. the aerrfbe from Iowa In population O.l>JdluW., . : .Lots niock 16Barje4humpion. . . . . . . . .... . .. ... .7 tainugSlOll.24' w .,&
1870. graduating", four later' of the bas the disease ; .'. .. Lot 4 Block Vi': . ... .*.. . '. '. .g hi forTax From the da e of the riret. appaarauc. of thl

yeara and' you wonder bow to keep Shoemaker'* Sub-dlvUlon( of iflockt DL ill!,! It.i. Bus., dltlan. Deed notice .until twelve o'clock '

ttnc then be has bad a totnl" sea sentee ;*- ..out of that percentageyourself./ The f. Rowland . . . N''{of Lot 4. and'all Lot 8 .. . .,... . . .. .. t C 574 and 575 3rd 1BO pealed Bid will oboe be Tueiday.Aticaat .

.. )' ot twenty.thr?* : <"iri.' and six formula la simple7 Every! one' gets tbe Frank Khine.... ,. . . Lot* 11 said U.. .. .... .. . .... ,. ... .r;.. .. .... .. l'iOIlvSd by-
Albert W Wte1'Board
'lllctrtfin;! PVealdent of
reached tL: .'ide of 'Shocmker' Sub division ol Block HL B... Addition Statutes pTfthe ; (, the .
months. He cap.tmln Into bl. but ir man'i .. .' "'
system at
In November. 1007; . .. germs Au.oa' a.e.oLoH-. .. . -. . . .T - . . ;- :-:T..:;:-:::-.:;- ,IS Education: of FlorlSa,
condition is healthy they? ea'u'tpin.a I All bid must be addressed to Attl.l'tW. Oilchrlit -
During the crul e .of tbe battleship foothold. 8h I JulY Rivera .ot8.udNJ1of Lot . . . . . 4O: \
fleet around the world Captain Bowyer Avoid excess of' every kind. If. Kobert. Ru kj*'ldlllon.( 4 ., ffo WM dated. th. of F'orlda' and market "ii-aled. bid'--JorInepurchaie ,
commanded the Illinois and more re- : Tat CemiloMvt of ichnol laud." : :
man drinks or smokes too much he 1111.. Coa.weIl. 11.Dd NIt of IIW'. 810"k" PI- 5 'II -
ently tbn Connecticut flagship of'the attack of the MorlrI.n Hicks NW'4 of . (urns iii fldO. 11O>. llOi. 1108 TJi. t wt Beard of Education rearrve herltbttj
for the : :
gives an opening Morgsu H1ek6 ._ N'L ot Ulnek ft .. .::(ltM i j 2 IC : I ; the led d.yof July ) I.JIiCt By or all bid,. -
: diseasegerms.. The corpuscle* which lOitturt nllK. ,. . \\1.. of 1410'N. UL . . .. 680 : Xu. 874 877 4iM, By Arder.of the Stats of Elucallon
C/. W. A.htQn . )11.11 .t NW O'rof BIlL FII. mu. b 711 fI4Ete\ It N I O"r ,
nature made for tbd watchdog of the 711 ft. W 111it\ . .4 4 : : ) 4111. .'11. 4J ', "UII. thIs June 17th lOot) .

system and which normally chase M.. C. A. I\ux\ !J.tU 2 .ud II block" 10 .10. I the Ut nil, of July Albert W. fTSiident; *0
1.1".1.811.... . I .... . .. . .. Ollchrlt t p
the Injurious germs J..I.I. .. .. .. 12 flu No Tl.. hind th. W. M ,
devour i Holloway
down...,and M... C A. Mini 14)0 I. :2 and 8. Blork 2l . . 10 .0 \ 1 Secretary.
b go to sleep at \be switch. and lose Interest Mil. M. E. Iiros. EKt.'I .,. 4 ..,.. 14n5 .I NW ear said lot. M'O.IJ 66 ft. E : Tax Certificate No. i --
fl/I It. W 1\tI\ It. III Block 1 . 2 Itt : i D -lltOU; Tax Certi
In bunting. <:h.. Ihrppard K to IU uf way 01 A C J. Ry thpu.1I..e.I..I' along the I4Lb day of Notice to Creditors. .
Don't eat too much. <- III nl w. 7\1 It. then W to Beg a ':26! .
.. 'fresh air possible. It'i t.liUnaN. tlal'ot . . . lh,5 "I the II'or of block O. ruu. 7h .thollco Kto .." ; No., I. fti, All parsons having claim agailist th.
Get all the RI ifi wi of Al' ICy ilience-h-w..terly .Ionlr Wh d.y of June A I). .
still free. itt di way !" ft t.o [:u I 2fI ; 'lift 116, dated the 'Jnd oO. It. Fouuuln d.d late of the ouuutf, .

Sleep with your bedroom windows ltobnrt. Ba.e 2nd AddIton! .., ( filed ..1,1!> owrtlfl- of Oiiceola and Sta Ilarid. will present

. down from the top and up from the Jim Nmitil- . LoL 4 .. . ... : (1ft made application ma properly ILt..I.d. within the tint
South Fill. R. R. Co' Survey.I prescribed by wllljba lor.,..
wide a..dal1c. with law. .
'em as-poosl
bottom and aa
open and all 1
i .beg nt the 1110.t !Southerly one ar loOt 2 BI..k I JI tbe followingdeicrlb- ba.e. peraotn Indebted la aald estate
ble. But avoid drafts. _.( Olilu S 4:1: 1eirei, It 71 ft. N 47 degeo. W 71 ft. II will teaks iiuinwlts441setUem.ui wise hue ..00deralrned. -
It you work with a man who In Uncleanly 43 d"reo.Ii 16 H.IJ 47 de'r.... Ii: 71 It . . ... 21 00 .: I); ; . COllbtyFlor. -. N. (O. BRYAS,

reform him gently, hut flrml,.. U. A. Mathews Addltlan.1I.IUe : 'Admlnl.trMor of Ihe Estate of

O. Cornell Lot 3 Block Q . . . . .. . . . . 1 OIl Block 9; lot. ft. II. II, O. if. Foautrfla. Deoeaaed.February .
It be a man's privilege to go unwashed -
may ._ W. A. Patrick'1 Addition. !; : 4:<; Loti 1,8 Brock; 1900. .

but DO- maD bas a license to F. Otliette: . R'of Lot .,. . . I N ( 12 II!.. 14. Block R75 ht --- .
become a: passenger train for disease L ; 'IhOflhlfl F.t1 of Lot 41 Br.o\: :; 14 74) j : I I I. 1.1, 17. tt. 2.1. 2"l Notice of Application lor Tax

bacilliwhich have limitless transferprivileges. UlIplaLte4 Lalld.. 0- I l 8i, lot 11. Nt, lot 11.

;. Joseph La<:b"ppelle.." WL4 af NE'"of.N\\-' 'of NW' Hectlo" 2$ To. ". I >1. of the Town of Deed Under Sections 574 and
" .hl" '5 .UKo/9! . 1011
Don't work too much. Joseph LaCh.ppeUo W'.. o. NkiofN1'O NWI.ee24tp2m: : It 2\1 S'15. of the General Statutesof
Don't rest too much. For IIIfl7 100 .0..1 at tbe date of
Ir.. J. J. !S R.m.e Ek ar sat1 of Ni1' of NWI4 See 21<. Tp 2R 2\1 2 hI In the name! the State of Florida.
If great care Is taken there 1s no
Murphy Miry Dlaii-

: danger of Infection even If you live .J. McPHATT Tax .81n eDy. Robert Notice i. hereby given that W. 'BrMaUB- '
with a consumptive. The patient must < Jr. .1.
"1he t a cup or paper tbat can be scalded ; J. GILBERT Collector. Rbt.l..iugblln, Wm. No. lu. dated the l.t day of o July, A.C."lfte'D. 1907.

'"\.Q.. ..... i iTIii outxor burned Clothing. and bedding By Deputy .. K Smith, Mr. E. ban filed *.ld certificate In my office,

Usedhy the patient must be.boiled Day., R. Dlendenlng. aud hat mad application for tax deed t Uane

[ CAPTAIN JOHN 1C. BOWTKB. must be .. C F. Warwick In with law.. Said '
I >KThe patient's room embrace
and .which "cono" ce"lfto.t '
l iscalCulate4directIy or ..
lieutenant be I and Notice of Intention to Apply W. )II. ttoblua.-Joseph the folio*lug deicrlbed propnty litoat- .4
1 Atlantic fleet. A* a kept freehqm carpets hangings to enhance tbe value of the company's. Apple! Co. TJnlen ed In .
commanded the Princeton and also the that would offer biding places tor eHy orrigbtl or lut<*.....t tben-ln. Oceola County, Florida, to-wlt:

Torktown during the Spanish war., germs. There Should be separate - For Letters Patent I To do all and everything """ ('M..y. ( rcdeemwliaocordlng thereon on the l-'th 31 NWU east of NW.% Seollan IS, Tp. 26-south, In..

In addition to his fine sea training. dishes for tbe patient.. There must be convenient" or proper for the a(-.. '. ,.or.
The said land belli*. at 111. date of
Captain Bowyer has gained much practical a generous use of antiseptic The any of tIutPulrluu.suw.. or' t-o tb, at t ". / and Ncal tblHthe tbe Imuauce. such certificate.e.e, lu Lb. name

knowledge by service In the ordnance house must have plenty ofreah<< air anyone. or more of the obji-cts .. < ( l I Padgett Beach.Unleanaald -
nil",.. ..1. which fibiillMt '
or I time
any nppiwr
4e and other naval bureau. Ills and sunshine. .1' ( ) K certificate shall be re. according
Ndticw i I.* hereby K"en that four < 4' weeks diilvi\ or fxpuitlent for the. protection or Florida. e.m"
previous eiKTlence| In handling cadets Hfl.'r II,.' first ..uhll'nU,," iHTlMif. 10..11 cfit of thi ciirpornlioa eithor ... holder County t law lax deed will issue tb"r"o on '

fJ,, at the academy was also taken Into How to K..p Gold Embroidery Brigttt' (On the Jin! lnv <>f \\1K"ot, A I It Ir.' .. I itt <., inHiiy properly or otlierwiKe} I I -- --- --- the Jnd day of August, A I D. 1H09.W .

U? consideration In makliiK tin- Gold embroidery Is apt to ('au"- II"" wllt 1t' ", ..Ie to the Hon./Albert \\.plle-'I< nil I I the power no%i' or hermriHr, conferred. lor Tax these uiy official signature and. seal Ibl -

ment. Ills now post require < \ the lan H of the State of FlorlilnTliinl. (''A I.) the 2nd day of .ul, A f III ,

'q ly executive ability and a knowledge gown decorated In this -uiauner Is 'FaIIh41.ts..e._ KloridH. 'I..r the iKHiintirc- of I hue a", ..l11l1 of therHpitnlMt of 574 anti ARTHUR K. 1)lIOAN.

.- of men. I brought under review. However carefully 1..t"I l.. I he. "n.le'.IKI.."" ... 0,' .. .. .. h.tler.1. KHfd 1 (.oniorHtloil Hhnll I I 'IH., 1"lIll"'Jt..II'") ] Statutes Clark. i Ircult. Court Oacosla. . County Florida.
-- by II". fJllou: iI.roI.Nt. .)/ I IAlt.iI' (lol jut'... to htliicrcH I " been
the dress bas protected
Surprised the Farmer. black ( i .$. OF' I.CoItIORAT1ONArtIciei : that may 1 1". dehired ; Haiti cnpltul. ....M k t Florida! NOTIC? of Application lor Tax .
soft tissue paper-opaque, paper .
Vermont yf luc i -por..l.u ".*ui*"" Nl fnt-o thisUny j pnirt ttp- itt lawful curfency nf the r Deed Under Sections 574 and 1
, -- Senator Carroll S. Pa e.or wblrh Is sold for the purpose-the .
.Mh: of J"ne. A. H imw.y ami 1>otu ceil sintt-M of Ame. .. or )tno
IB on good terms wltb the wuate smallest hole where air (could enter I A rftrnpi. II (" M rk. .1. \I. Miili-r.
pa es. all' beoHtme bin name Is Pnjre. will have had the effect/ of tarulabyig ILXS hlmifunl. sXH UnlifkV.| B. I In- cnpltul, ltll"k't.. be dlvl'led. Into ) July A 1>. 1907 ha State of Florida. .

XpropoH of this bo tolls the story that tbe embroidery. To clean the gownis. MrtrrlfcTKalz.. :N II. l'.r."n.J.: K 3 I'I3.-rry, hundred( (lull< ''I> the ,jiar valof, I i l ) my offlco. aird ha .

when' he was governor of Vermont ho however fairly simple ordinary RonuiyTlnnnui. } *. C. W. I'.vu. A.:" l'o""K.n. ty-flvu I Urn" u dollnrH ,,,,,'h; at .li...t ten |H>r | ) deed to ".lIo.ccord. Notice U hereby given that W. B. harris, "

I went to tlte i-hnniber of (tho Hvnnte. of stains being easily removed b.,. rub r.V.. JritHo. J M. Lc\.. .Ia.'. .. Ml'i14'r. .1 W : i m per cent i I..f the ciiptt.ul Mtock of wild | .. pnrobaier of Tax OrUIrate( .... ion, dau l the ;l

the ntate legislature <>1u> day and nlxiutp. Ling the satin ajl over with stale breadcrumbs "Simpson.: ('. Uryan. I r A. \""". AiiTV | rat i''ii hlutlVbe pulil! up Fn luwful Cu. ," the following d<>. lut day of' July A. D. 1U07, .tle laid certlflcai :

.-, .' dozen puges flocked around him Juntas which have been sifted with 11 \'..nt. AtfiH'H I. I.. lenity. L.I. IJIKru "'-Z'1;I I IheUnitc-d. t t4tteh.. ,. or in injiLlviilcnt' npuil .! I In Onceola county, lti niv offu-e. and has uia< .. "ppllcntiou for .

W. 10... mencement of it..biiHineifl.Kourth tax deed to issue In ai'curdauce with l .
a friend of bill. fntm n rural llntrlcr little powdered Wue. To remove :-j No. 2. Lot aud N', "w.Salil
waked In. ahak u ho hereby aM... ute tnuiiicelx tn together a .\ the time u of comnutuceineiit, of I : > ,sat \11I .(...... Certlfl certificate* embrace the following dearrlbuil .1.1 I
crumbs and powder a thorough '
'HJovornor." Inquired the friend from will be togetber'with 2.o.1rortrsl,' icier the t'onutituttoii\ anil I Is WM I corporation Khali be the dnle of the. .. : fp. 'J5II M') K:'v, .,'rr.. projwrty, situated In 'a.l. county f l,
.Ing necessary of (lie Stnte of Flor''la. and do 8.101'1 thvfoli) I[ of 'It letters ])nM nt by the u igveriior of c'v I .. d ut the date of Fiorlds.towit.I..ot.u. .

the country "", 'ho are all theae little nicking with, a clean bnndKerchlef. I"K ArilcltM. I of I Iii< HO ...... < in the name 1 and 2 Block ID, W..1 Kl Mlinrno t

boys the rubbing being repeated/where nee Klrnf, tli.. ii.iii,.-fc.r t forporatlon t-hnll 1M' I ojieratlon fi*.H terniuf-ninely-nluM. ]JI\II\ ) y.... \ n. The said land b"lot ...oled.1 tbe date of ,>

"Th.., are little pages." e88 rY. For the gold embi'oldery there the ijomu lintid,"g.; Comjmiiy K I...,in in..e.Horiunn.t1iwprtnrjarpn.e I. Fifth tho htNlne of tlie corrniriitiou ! iball lie. redceuad ac- the j.| Miipce ef ucb otrtlflcale lu lb.. oam.o(

iavell I'll tw diirnodgovernor ob- rlm-'l"elv t. . ,.-,....., 7 Mrs. .
'"DOtblng-t6"1l etd-t. rt i..u.lnosal..i iT .ri..rUy "r"I..nt." "' ".,( will Itmtiti thoreou .oo QU Crannrr.Unlnai

served the rural visitor; "I never knew A small piece should always be keptat I I lxin I I Ito City of KiHNliuim\ Couiit.v si-cri-tary' truiwurilt Keiinml' 10.11. D. I'.m. lid c rtlflo u>hall b redeemed '

f. you had so many children.".-Baltimore 'band and bojif before the com of tHceola and "Htnu of Florula alit raiirlii-n' attorney and *not leartHhau, tbrfNi (.1\{ mid seph l Ibis the cordIng I to law, tax deed wi Inane thereou on

.Ne,. .. menceineut oT tin season and also on nt 4thtTpl4ici,:,.,ii. the StuU- of Florida anil la more then coven ,71| d IriftoVii; .."d I soy l>. tbe 2nd day of August A. I9O L_
ho United "\lit..o: and foreign countries .. the mora ol offices \ Witness official .
taking off thjr gown each time It is I IIlCuBt. aid may be huIbVby one l) E. DONEQAN. my denature .nd'.lal this

A Worker For the ,opl.. worn 'the. jrl vet should be rubbed director of the Company. .may. ,liert-after des- Mime larson ; Hnld, fllceni phall bXvlot'tod"'- Count Floljda! (SeAl;.) the 2nd day of July A. D. 19OV.

who arp/fnterented In .., nually,th* elontlou\ occurrings.. ARTHUR B.'DON EG AN,
Among women the surface until the orllJ'Ibal
work briskly over Se.i(1 I, Die oijjorl for which this corporation. Third 'Tuesday January of each -,, n for Tax Peed Clerk Circuit Court Onoeola county, Fl"rl'
charitable and philanthropic none .
sbeen. Is.reproducedV in formed !. $o do tiny or all of tht.jattere and YtJllrl the. olnc r. of the corporaUon ,,' 1 .
bolds a higher place than Miss ,Jane . ,*-*. FT ' .. hufelu set fO'lb -vb .w;" """'oi'F-w' :", ) Z4and55. ".l, T. ...' '\n ".
.., .- '--,jia' t = .: --* -I '-* tbh.g. ; flrnl ye' '.:.or foul tbolr suooiMaor'Ifart! I '
Addnmsof Hull House,Chicago.! ; Among _/, How to Cur. Hiccoughs. TO acquire ly e"...,. u. !o. lease,hire elucted! : ' of the State"of..f\:\ Tax )SeS me t.Notl er

students 0(. social and economic qucatlonn /TUiere 'fs a young woman who suf- or otherwme iHudu and other '1"'I'"rtbnlh OPFICKIU: Notice IB herebygiren that the

the world, over ahe Is well known 'icrs preat discomfort sometimes sharp real ..'.....uannr.t "'Ix..t..r ifh>liit4Tit, ..-..- r County ('ommissiopers of- Oaoeola County Bo.r. a
I I A j E DunetMn I'muiilunt. and lj>-.'''r..1
and rosnrdpd by them 10114' of tb pain from mi occasional stuck( of the id : that '. R. -.Done..n.I muet it the Court Rouse In the oflVv. o( the

most priiyffi-nl' of the 10'811" who havetrlo hiccoughs.! -She tried all the prPscrlb- 'lo 1 plan. ,'r, .t uml. count. rurt .1 wI,HliiK. *. husillfHM i I 1.II"r-II :C. stmiford. Vlo<. I'roHldenti .... No. l''... dated the 1 C'li-rk of thn circuit Courtat lo a. in. July; loth.1UOU ,

theories Into 1 hnii. i M R"I"II.. bilikllHk't") Mild H orkn ofii I ) ... flied said certificate for the hoarlnn
r> .ies.rIi.tot] t' uIIl| (Kudu 1..I"nKIIIK. t t.. I the'otujmuy .
application for tax deed r"e -l\-ilJK testimony the of
of the -
oporntlon for the .beuollt (com plums fresh and preserved without <. Kril>l>N. Attorney t .1. anyproperty
< or iHtxN of 01 her i>trmii., roiu- I
upon) fixed
law. Said certificate an iy the
anil Is her .nd.- CountyAeeesor
So tactful kindly
munity. success.' Notblng'nT..II..1. the pain
},,,iloH or rurporttlionit. j I ITo j "IHKtTOKH property aituat of Taxi.. fWitn
I of utifortimnle! that It 1 Isaaaerted
treatment tho often lasting an hour or more until rebuiUU viilar alter.' remove .....
f Improve. or -I A K IJoneKan, U (' Htanfiinl., H. II ( >Vwlt : I my hand a. Ex-offleto Clark of said
.' the shabbiest )IIIl..IIr woman she tried aromatic) spirits of ii.iiouln.} .>xl>tititf, I l5utldniKH oil tft e r from any !loe k. John M Io, Homa Thomnl.Slxlh. ', Section 16. Town- Bon the official seal of said Board thuhnddalofJuiA

In Chicago can enter/TtuIl Ilou"e with a teaspoonful diluted In a little water. I'ltine or htuds.To the lllKhent tndabtednejw or aid ta>nd being ... D. luou. .. -u

._: out cringing. Tbe relief was instantaneous. All sub convert lssit..-. of htud< eloiij1ii) 'I( to this .. hid thisorluorstion any time . of aubo. certifi (Seal I i .ARTHUR E DONEGAL,

,1 The story of .the- founding of Hull (II
<__ HofiHo Is this: After finishing (college tho same means. The trouble lu acute Hopn. into tutu or ).art-nIm, roads .Im...... alleyH. .,tock be redeemed accord- .
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4.. her bosom friend. nr other t'onvttnleuoe, and to K n.*rnlly improvv thereon the :ll'oth ------- -
Miss Addams and form Js somewhat out of tbe ordinary. Httvtinth the naiuoM and, rtMldencn, nf : on ,
and ..hllou of lund
Ellen Starr. traveled through Europe but the annoyance It entails makes It bt-autlfj .or jiarcelri .uh..rihe. and the amount of stock \
__ by hu.ldlnif boiutM and other building thereon
and seal thi the ,
fQT the purpose of taking( time to plan worth while to pass thin hint along. nd .UiUK the name either for cash. on the 81 ribed by each of them are a* follow, : UPTO.'DATESign
: .
tbrthe1r future. Toynbee Hall In C A CarwnTKiHHimmee. Kla 4 nhare,. ; .
<.. >"ymellll'lau. comiuisHlon or otherm'ttw -
riy 1 E. DON KOAN. -
H.O Klulmmtte, Fla. share
Meek :
London, made a deep. impression on How to Linoleum. ; also to sell the ....d lulu aluglyormawhole H Bounty, Florida.
J W. Miller, Kimlmmiw, i"lsI Hharm; .
The way. to prolong linoleum's perlo whenever. it appears adrautcmeoiu. to the
O. K Krilibi ,
Klolmmee Fl. shares;
' of usefulness Is to keep It clean. Dinground company to do M>. II C'Stanford KiHMimmBU, ,.1... 4 . : for Tax. Deed House
Into the finished\ surface by To undertake niid direct the mallag.mcnl.lld
M H Hulloclc KixHimmee. Fla. 4 shaPes "
Halo of and unlm- 574 and 575 'aI
the tread of feet is the floor covering'sgreatest any property Improved W U. Harris, KlMHlmmt-e, Fla 4 I shares ;
proved. real personal or mixed bnlldloirit and
needs M. Statutes of the
enemy. Linoleum no Kate KIOKlulln..e. Iris 4iuiaroi:
lamta of .nald company or for other companies
soap, ammonia or strong cleaning or N. B Carxon. Kliwlinmee, Kla .4 shares;; !
persona. J K O'Bu'rryKissl.nmoe. FU 4aliar 'I
; v-
A simple wiping with a cloth '
agents. _.Toznanafcturebuy, ell, deal and trad' )n.auy ,
Is all that Roma Thomaa Klwlmmee, Fla., 4 shares thai U M. Pfann .n< Paintng .
just moist with warm water .nd every klpd of wood brlrk Iron. ateel .
C W. Dao.... Kiiwlranieii, Fla ,4har.n: ..>. 'of Tax Certlfl-
is needed. Once or twice a year give cement atone of every kind and all and everykind r
A E: Donegan. KiaslmmeeFta.. 4.b.. ; : : the lit day M
of furnlturexpollah and character building materials aud
the linoleum a"wiping good
I l r W lirlffln KlHBlmme. Flit' 4ahar; laid certificate In my

to renew Its smooth sur uppllet J M Lt.. KI .lmlll"". Fla 4 .har.; for (tax deed Paper ?
To Into in .
make 'enter .for and carry out
face. \ John Mcl'batter Klulraraee, Via 2 .
; ( law. Said ...UII.
._. _ _ _ agreement and contract of every kind for .
...., J. W Hlmpion. Klinimmee, Fl. 41ha... ; ". described proper
constructing altering and Improriug. decorating -
i How to Krteyv Cooklpg, M.....,.... maintaining furulahlng and fitting up N C Bryan Kl*..lnimou. Ifia.. 2 shares: .,. Florida to wit:

Young housekeepers are often at a building ofevery charootor with contractors, P A Van Agnew, KI..lmm, Fla ,4 : : >4 Bee. 21 Tp 278 B 29.. Satisfaction Guaranteed
.. .. .
F Vaun AgiiewKiftHlmme, Fla ,4 '
ol of bee 21
p loss when a recipe eaJls for a cup ari'httecU. builders. material muii. laborers nela Tp
- E :i.. LeMley, KluHlmmee, Fia 4 .narert ; Certificate 30 of
anything to tell!l whatifcUnd! of cup touse and all personal honuioever.
L II Kitwlmnioe Fla., 4 shares
Ingram. : 'JU 40 acre.. Tbe laid
or how much a cup measures. The ''to enter; Into make, perform and carry out
Z W ita.,., KUllmniee Fla ,4 uliarox; date of the (Muance
kitchen and *other contracts of whatever .vaturemxeHBaryto
accepted measure is a stone any I
In witness whereof .thn saul partl name of Unknown GEO. A GILBERT
the needs and of this
cup and means that cup filled. ,to the pursues hereunto net their )hand and affixed Unless said _nl/l./ ,

brim. It Is equal to one-half pint. -A eom".ny. with any person firm aaHOciaUon or lea In the day and y ar ftr,t above written Hccordlna. to law. tax CONTRACTOR. .
Corporation, private public municipal or .
cup of solid butter. milk, chopped meator N O Bryan (Seal the 2nd day of Aug-
bodv. politic. or with th.United BUttw or .uyktetI4.rritory
granulated sugar Is equal to about C A Canton .(!Heal: ) ----- .- _
or colony thereof or any totlgu - --
half a pound. A cup of sifted flour is ( .it.qn.neut. Chan W Dann (Html) uatiir. and seal this WILLIAMS- KIDNEY PILLB
N. to. Canon (Meal II HI"!!.
equal to one-quarter of a pound. To manufIeZiro; lu.I1..e or otherwise acquire Have yo-j neglected your KIdneys Hare

hold own, mortgage poll, ...11rD"n.fer.luve.t.u ROma Thomas (!Heal: ) ( I K. LONEjAa yon overworked your oe.oll. .;,1 and
M Kata (Boa I caused trouble with .
) ' County Florid. Tour *
How to QHgriten Your Piano. trade in, and with good. B (/ Meek (buali _. Smrei yo V1"* ln loins> side l back- blad.r
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Take a basin of lukewarm wa'ter.wet ware and m"rch.Dd "property of every .d Have you a flabby amwartnoe ol toe
?' W SlnipHon (Seal) Notice. face especially under the yeaf
claaa, kind and desoriptioiiui1 also to .
of soft cheesecloth in it
I" AVAML! a piece ; B harris (Meal a delr' !0 pMt urine T so. Wttlam.'d.oe
''It. I then a few drops of kerosene ol < good-will rixhta proP otv and aaseta of that It 1 I. lottatloa ... I . '
> pour __ --s- __ ...:.v..tirJlJL.LJieaJ: )._ .11 .r rrn P. t
- The result was that they de. all klndnand to undertake tUe vobola or any only b ole PharmacyEureka
itthem. on the cloth and rub lightly over your >0" Lee (Heal of Oi ,
....., cided to Introduce "oclal Mttlement" i iI' part of the liabilities any person, r m, aatto- next regular
piano Keep repeating until yon have G F KribbH Seal) meet-
of elation orcorporation. aud to pay for .
In Chicago. The Nineteenth ward I on Monday, the Otb ,
I been all over the surface; then take a other B L. Lcalay (Heal) '
In oaah bonds securities. elthe
stock or r .
the city was chosen aa the objective i' dry piece of cheesecloth and polish unI 1 W Miller (Meal) l eatabllih a nw road
of thla or otherwise.To ,
4 point The Ward at that time bad few I I'I til it is glossy. Tour piano will look purchase eompaoy tease, exchange, htre4 or other -. i. O'Berry (Seal 1)) II ': Pressing
rival In wlckedneaa. It had often ---. L 11. Ingram (Baal) of Intersection be
4 _, like new and that dull smoky: look ......acquire any and all righto privileges permitS -'--.- )
,- I. jlePhatter place
been spoken of as "the toogbest will all disappear. or franchises suitableand convenient for ---
'.. Z. W. BIIM (Seal) and be Bight of .
:Taking-an old houoe! at
la Chicago.
- any; of tlW purpo. of the buslaeaa or bualneVaaa m
--__ 1I. C. Stanford (Seal) Belt B. R* on the
Polk and South Halsted .treets the i Hew te Clean Aebetue Mats. of thus oomp...,. _'-it, U. Bullook (Seal!) Way and running Club
women cleaned.It up and called To borrow money upon any or all of the
young had set ot mat
I .I 1 a asbetns givento AtbLilr B. ttoongao ( ) to the limit of the
It Hull H olNl., This was to October me," said a .housekeeper: "which property! or securities uf taia company.To P A.>ani Agnew ( : the aoutliweet comer 3. A
1889. From this small beginning', with- kept my table from scarring and were make and isnue promissory notes, bills of F. Tana As: awOioeola
out funds. It has branched out nntU It a Joy to me until they got so soiled 1 I exchange of iadebtedneuof bonda.contract*. indentures kinds and evkUnoa Statte of Florida j ; of maid described Clothes CI4ae Pressedand
whether secured ,
4 : ."
haa reached splendid proportions a Couniy.Oefor. '
thought they moat be thrown away.A Ajl work
place where the poor;and wretched them by mortgages, trim deed or otherwlo me, the naderaigned autho ttr, Clerk of said Repared. C : i
friend told me to pat on top To :
carry OD any business which p.ayseem N. C. C. A. O* of GUARANTED. ;
'aDd aonally eppeared Bryaa, said Board this
Hud"a haven; a refuge an bllrplratto -, of the hot coals in the rang to deal to the company capable of heJu.OOD.,...* CILaII. W Dana, N. B. Canon, Roau ,

a q Miss Addama to a native of nil' r them. I did. The dirt was burned off, lently carried en ta conoectleit with the above: I X. KaAa: R.O. leek, t. W. Slmpaon, W. ) E. DOHEQAK. <, 4-t

L .11. and was born In 18 O. and thy we* aa claaa .. when new." and not hereinbefore specifically mentioned Barrie. C. W Griffin. Joh :it. Lee, O Clerk Circuit Court Pho e 149 /OKS! JLJQNG ;

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hove about. all anyone could. want in' Kitchen Fumishtrtgs In AGENCY FOR We wish specially.t to call.attention to our: complete line of . ::';1'
; '" Pans Ketties.,.Dishes, Crockery< Glass'ware'Wooaen.ware SEWING '
the way'of Pots, MACHINES \

p' Enamelware, Also Oil Heaters. and Cookstoves.. Water- Coolers,. Old Singer macbloe'-mild WIt allen elerjfc: in exchange Wilson 'path or. instalments. Japanese .and :Chinese j|

&o. &c. &c J <." .__ ._ _, _ .
Lamps, Window _, _ _..,_ __ .. TYPEWRITERS r ,
____.. ___ ___ ___ "- .c' -- ... .
'. I Tli'L. C, Smith.& Bros. latest. .. "
We alse carry a full line of private .--and business StatIQn rv. PIANOS AND ORGANS Mattin.gse' .

.. .- -- ---- .' Those manufactured-by W,' w, Kimball & Co. ; > :;;
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aWe hive Guitars.: Violins and sundry fittings for all kinds of GRAPHOPHQNES ; . Let JJs Show -Them To You. ",
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Columbia Disc or Cylinder, also Records. AND PRICES M '
J musical instruments. > LATEST DESIGNS AT ALL ;
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Mach Uro.. street work. . . .. 11 60 To amount from Tai: Collector . .. 40 84 met-the thermometer seldom lobe above 91"or
w TO BOND THE TOWNContinued A H Lan., street work . .. .. . 208 How to CUan Whit Felt Hats I KISSIMMCC CONDENSED lower than 45. '
. ... . . ( One girl whose Income Is small
To balance hand W7 G4 so
Cary J"e! -' 'L EJna..treet work .. .'. '..... 6, KI.ECTa.IC LIGHT FUND. that her friends wonder how she can i '0 f Florida,.game of all kind being found within a
A W K Alvy. ......t work .. 287! To balance from laat report . . . ...* $00 II afford to-wear tbe light colored bats few miles of Ita corporate llmta.
( from first page) M F I1w. .. atrret work . . 1 02 To amount from Clerk . . :. . . y.8 M that are so becoming to her keeps : fads and Figures Regarding This It lathe head of navigation of a chain of lake
.T' .
N II Ilarria. work . 7 To amount from Tax Collector ] 81 69
Street 76' them clean with artist's chalk. She I and rivers reaching to the Gulf. This water
of l lands by Mr. S. H. Bullock be reconsidered Willow..... atreet work . . 12"SO To amount from E.L. Collector . .. .f_ o26 43 lays in a supply; of this chalk, which I Gty and County. route la three hundred miles in length and '{

and that redemption, if paid J J Martin, atreet work . .. (00 Total .. ,.. ..t. .. .. .. . .1176&7 can be bought for stew cents and Indifferent j abounds with beautiful eoanery throughout.. .,
f within thirty day frpm date be allowed Walter Howard, street work 8 00GabeWlllla. By paid warranta;t . .. . .' .. .. 215 76 colors. Should a spot appear There bas been such a large numberof TourUU.who have traveled the entire continent. f.,
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(treat work 136Everett pronounce It the) flneat Inland water trip laAmerica. :
/ at 25 per cent of. face value of certificates Baaa, atre..t work . . 2 70 Tobalanceonh.od..5' TOO HIAMITAJIV in a pink hat for instance, it is immediately letters reclved at this oftloe ask:ing .

I and subsequent omitted years and R A Bowen. atroet work. . 2 25 FUND. ; covered with pink chalk and for iaformatlon regarding thia city The following are the1 prevailing ::i:
t In payment of all legal fees. Motion C L Alvy. ..- work . . .. ... :3 40 To balance from tut report. . .ft .. ,27 *7 laid in a dark: place for several hours and odunty tbat the following Is pub- prices in tbls city and county: .t.: ;
carried. Stanford Carson Gr.v.... mdae . . 8 8> Taamount from flAnk . .. . . .. 100 00 or, better ;yet, oreralght. "When the Ubed In lieu of an answer to each Individual -,
All of block F, Mathews" Addition, K..lmm..l.umber Co.. lumber for trldite I 5fi To amount from Marsha ... .. . It 00 Chalk was brushed off the spot usually; Inquirer and as.a source of DRY GOODS aCallooprints .
: of State Bank of Kiaiimme.. amt ,(or atreat To amount from Clerk .. .. .. .. . 2 HS comes along. .&. milliner is responsible ... .. .,. .,. ... ... . 6to 7. 'W!
was allowed redeemed<< at 60 per cent knowledge U those contemplating coining )
fund 1000 00 To amount from Tax Collector. . 27 28 for a somewhat heroic treatmentof 4 quart. mu.llm .. 7 Sa I
face value without interest; also certificates tats Bank of Kiaalmmee Intereat 40 00 to linn community; 4 quarter muel1n. bleached 5. . 7 la,. e Ir r
4 and omitted years against block 4 Henry WII......... work for E L P . .. 6tVU Total . .. I IHI 1M light felt hats She ay* that when Gingham .pron. check . 6 Sa .' '
: 4' of Bass Addition said redemption to bet Gliy Uardner: work for K: L.P AO' By paid warrant .. . ,$5 00 they; become dirty she always rub the I I KISSIMMEEIt Gingham D....... . .. .... . 7'1M1 .
V R Ellia. work for E L P. 19 MKfaaimmee surface with .the finest sandpaper that hat mon than 5.000 population. White lawit ..:.. .. .:. -8'" 11Ia'1
+ k. made within/ : thirty days from date. Lumber Co .alabe for K L P 68 110 To balance on hand . .. .. . .I 116 t tx 95> can be found. Strange to say; this It U the leading mark for cattle. Flgurd lawn . ., II 2IIa .
1, The street committee was instructed W B Makinaon Go., md. for B: L P 4 91 does not the ., J.
, BUICD1MO FUND. roughen felt and does remove Its property Ie chap. and tx_ are. low. )Quarter cheating 211 "1 ':J.I'
/ I' to employ Mr. L. M. Whidden to superintend The Philip. Carey Co., paint for roof E L P 13 75 To balance from lot report . .. I 489 :32 the dirt It im almost totAjty: few frora'ino.quito M. Denim . 10 1'e6hlrtlnz.
;. street work. I The Weatindhouae Electric Co.. m....... . 32 l'O To amount from Clerk . 1 43 It bas a rood liv working Board of Trade t homespun 7" (He t 1

y The clerk was instructed to write the Florida Electric Co.. material for E L P 160 M To amount from Tax Collector 13 f'l How to Make Greet For Invalids.. 1 Its p"opl. are. hospitable, kind and irnaroua.It FRESH MEATS .

IM ,. .. )bond trustees asking that they make a I Cain L.P A O'Bcrry.. hoods fur. amokeatack. E. 6900 To balance on hand . .. . I 451 V Comparatively; few cooks know bow It haa haa a electric fine, tourtat liffsittf hotel and a and telephone three commercial my item. I Boef pork and lDutton. per lb.. eta Ilia. -

J report to the Council at its next regular I J R Gilbert. I relit hi for E L P. IH 11\ CEMBTMY FOND. to make appetizing and wjiolesome hotels.It LIVE STOCK:
meeting ot" outstanding! bonds and maturity Stanford Canton Grave, mdae. E L P 6 HtlKiHfttmmee :, To balance from laflt report $ '!:t"> 'H gruel for Invalids. One that Is partic- U the ..rr ate0t freahwater ash market in the farm honoa $1l6: to $160'Farm .:I
of same, also the rate of int..restand Drug <-o.. indB for E I* P :t6 To amount from Clerk! 1\f\ (HI ularly nourishing and may be quite country. ,nulm 1'0' .jO. '-
OncfNila ('uunty. for teachem' aalariea 6% 00 delicious Is made from aago. Put two IU apil will prod.)14..,. any variety.fruit, flower
amount of funds on hand. Berry PadtretU aalary na ncavenjrer '12 60 To balance on hand'r'4 M tablespoonfula of sago Into a double or vegetables. liHOLERIES. '

The following committee was appointed J. Z. Roberson, treasurer;. reported J. Z. HOHKKSON. Treasurer.There boiler and add a pint of cold water It has five churchw of different denomtnattonsall Meal Fluur.. Iwr bbl.. t7.01Xta $7.50 1.50
4 by the president, of the Council. for us folioWH : being no further business, the Boll until It thickens, stirring con fine buildl i<.. '. Cntx. per.. e.t.. 2.Nl i t7t
i Council to meet in regular It Is absolutelyree from the sale of whiskey
the :; Gommit-
ensuing term; Sanitary GENERAL FUN1 I stantly to prevent lumpiness or burn Urn ,per bu 1,00"
M. I liana session Tuesday, August 3rd!, 4 0y at Just or any other Intoxicant 0..... .. .. .
tee-T. Rivera, chairman J. M. To lMtlanr from taut re|>ortKeieivrd $1711f! 9'1' ing. before taking from the stove It has the fineflt school systemif town of .76Hay.
4 f sell, H. M. I'fann. from <'J lurk YI I 00 7.30 p. m! T. W. ELLIS," add a little sugar If sweetening Is Ita sike In the United State. Pe' 11w 1.50.
Hills were approved and ordered paiil }ioc ivigd' from Marshal 81 20 J.. K. GILBERT, President. liked, and when cold flavor It with a It is free from crime;-the nut (wing on an 1t hire 'potLC.. ,'e. per.. Iou.. I 1.21 ,.- rNwret !
follows Kocefved from Tax Collector HIJ IiI Clerk. tablespoonful of "berry. It wine Is ,"vera.... of one arrest a month.' r.o /
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- -- not used! a little nutmeg can be sprinkled It doee more express bunit-tea than any other
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T-.M Murphy .I.a rnaur $15 On Total 2YCM3 J 71 Sugar pus 11 6Hun.
I five town. its ail in the State.'
1 f McPhatter. sal! HH mnrpliiill .'\(11111( Icy paid warrant ? 1'.1711 How to Pr....... Houee Plant.Save .. over the top before wiring. : IthuaMaeonlca her lb.,' II 16eShuulde. '
Kniirhtn of rythiua and n
J Mi'l'hntUT. roM 10 2<> I ---I I all water In which meat has I Woodmen of the World oriraniaalion. .... .pr II>.. fie y
I been washed to water house It How to Make Pastry Shell. Ilutter. Ipr II.. ..NErC
J Z Robemon. ital truaiurcr 1(1( 0" To balance hand '1"<\1 Ole plants. It hik three lineof railway and is on the mainline / .I.
J J R Gilbert, ales clerk 3'' 10, HTKEET FUNO. I la an excellent fertilizer.!' A dying palm An easy way to bake shells of pastry !- of the Atlantic Coast L.inv railway.It ,..per dog? 15 to. 'noGutw
T W Elli. Hal ail alderman I OnW I'' and several ferns were wonderfully for pies or tarts la to fit the pastry !: Is on the banks of Lake Tohul ekall..... one j par lbr '::211 .'. WI" (
To balance from lattt s.5/ 0'
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J per lb. 7t
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amount from CI"rk. II 41 revived" by pouring about a teaSJf<>On- over an inverted pie or gem pan. of the moat h" on this continent.It _--- / .
T M Rivera. sal an aldermen a noHI Te amount from Tax Collector 1"812\ ful of castor oil on the soil around the Prick the crust with a fork In several j is the healthiemt town in the United LUMBER' .A
i J M llaiibell. xal H. alileriiiHuFratwnity I ........ .,r -v root places to keep it 'close to the pea the annual death. rate being lens than 3 SI.I"-I Per bln I feet $124O520 .

/ 1 Hall rent U HO Total i $ 20ft 21 1 Bake in a quick oven. It can easily\ ; 1000.
a KIalmm.eT.Iphone Co.. phone rantKUalmmee 1.91" Its street. are shadixl with massive oaks 0'.1
By paid warrant 36 '07 j: be turned on to a plate for HNlng and '
Valley Gmette.; printing . 22 63 HEALTH AND VITALITY its houlevanlH and lawns are covered with i .piLest I PILES i
E P Dann. ul mot E I. I' .. 140 '110IV --, MOi r'e xanvaniNa PILLS has the advantage that, any desired mud. Williama' imliuti' file ointiiM'iil\ will cure ,
]'v balance flrraas.
hand I 1 > ;e
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| 9 nnd tonic rpHfrorntiw for Klillil.I Illi-iotlni and 'IlihlnkI'lli-
The greet iron men of shell be easily I' It abnorba
It depth can managed.
J OUIert&l a> cellwtor E L P OHi and women, pr.Nlurea'Nl.rength sod vltalilv. It in in the .center of the orsntre producing j the ttitn m. a<.10). II.'hIuK .t oven. HVIK n. a '
Mayor's Court Bate ...Itne.. fee ::1 i 'IHIK SrHOOI. FUND bml'ts nt> tina nicm and runewn the uoruialxiiror. aection of Florida ihiiM,,;nH- hundred of rant of'I 1.oujUrc| Itl",'. InMalu, ri-llrf llllniii,, li,slims ,
'''.! ,',. A B Vance tax booka UU J To balance from lattt ropwrt I :ITo Fur sale I 1.p 'lruiCKlnt or by mill: II.Oil: liar Old papers for sale at the Valley I' the fruit yoarly. { Pile lilnluiiMil' 114 l ,.rp5nd| fur Film and, lu-hlMB ....
box. '> biixen for V> i ia1>. Sold I only br Uweola of the prlvatvparta I'rlt'e'k and, 11 l 'ID. Mold,
f W B Makinaon Co.. mdae :31X1 amount from Clerk 4 '.-'7' I'liarmacVi Gazette: ollloe It hae the teat climate, hoth in winter and .umI,I tndybythreotn) rbarmary. ,

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& = the county seat of Osceol county is situated on the north bank: of Lake possibly the largest membership in the Slate when the population of the townIs = .
.1 E I IS Tohopekallfira' 1s on the main line of tbe Atlantic Coast Line Railway, considered. These two orders jolntly'own. three-story brick: E .,IUII.IIIII

,; .1 -. = and.Is the terminus of tbe Florida Midland Railway and tbe Sugar; Belt building in which they hold their meetings The Woodmen of the World also i ,,;." ,

e i, e, E Railway, is 165 miles southward from Jacksonville: ] and 7ft miles northeast S have an organization( as have the carpenters a Union. E ,

from Tampa. It Is on wbat'ls! called the backbone of the State being 65 feet It would be hard to find a town freer from vice or crime than Is Ktsslm- i' ,/ 1

'I above sea level. It is connected by water with. the Gulf of Mexico by a chain mee. There are fewer arrests made here than almost anywhere In the whole / i.-- >!:\Ii.. ':
.4_ i DI ]lakes and canals, and three first-class) steamers make weekly trips between country, not averaging one a month, and the county court seldom holds session ,"1.:

;) :J = this port and points as far down as Lake Okeechobee.: It bat a population longer than three days at any term. Both t.beLown and county Is abso ;(;.j.,

r a : = of about 2,000 and Is growing at a very rapid rate, SIts streets and avenues lutely] tree from the sale of intoilcatlng! liquor of any kind, and the citizens 'l'!;'

1i 4 f are lined with massive live oaks and covered with Bermuda (jl1'a's. and generally do all in their power to uphold the law. J ; tS .JJ:

Broadway, Us principal business thoroughfare, has 100 beautiful palm trees S It is not surpassed by any section on the globe for even De.. of climate / a..

{ !r'' 1 planted.In] Its center twenty feet apart., making a sight beautiful for the e>e to the thermometer seldom going above '05 in'tbe summer or lower than 45 In the )"J

'-- I gaze upon. The private yards aud lawn. are noted for their beauty. winter, and the nights are always cool to such; an extent: : that one is not com i;'

P N. i The school advantages of KUilmroe ane not; surpassed by any town its fortable unless sleeping under coyer. The humidity in the atmosphere prei i; '":'''

size In the United States. It his a High School building that cost $25,000, i vents it belng'too oppressive; for a person to work In the sun during the hottest i :fJ1!

; S ., 'Nr = which is thoroughly equipped with all modern appliances for the Instruction part of the day. It Is the equal of the mountain or northern seaside resorts R M

S ... of pupils, and Its principal and teachers rank: with the best. Pupils graduating as a summer residence, and many who have spent summers in Klssim-

1 'N- from tbe BUrh School are admitted to anv college so thorough Is their mee declare it to be the coolest and most delightful place they have ever vis 1

+4 . 1 training! Its curriculum consist. of every study necesvarv to equip a student S Ited. It $Is almost totally free from mosquitoes'and gnats .. _ __ _

x. ;, for successfully engaging any walk: in life except: : the arts and sciences and Without doubt It is the healthiest !town in the United States-Its annual = '

R, .1 the higher professions The building owned by the.oounty sod is known asa death rate being less than three !to the1,000Inhabitante. Fevers are unknown = ,

; 'N the Osceola High School], although every neighborhood to the Bounty where! and malaria of any kind has never been known to be contracted In Klsslm :;

6 1 1 !_. there.are a sufficient number of children has a public school with a full corps mee, but many persons come !to the town to get the dread disease out of their : .

.; S ,of competent teachers. i system. The.water supply Is furnished by a system of artesian wells, and :'
i r Klsslmmee Is well supplied with churches there being: a Methodist Baptist chemists who have.examined it state that there li none purer !to be found any- f .'

it !I E ;.Presbyterian, Christian and Episcopal denomination. They all have where., Hundreds of persons annually oome to Kiislmmeeln search of health, 1 4

= fine baljdlngs} and are largely attended. and in every Instance have been materially and lastingly benefitted, until it i '

= The Masons and Knights of Pythias are verrJourlshlogordersand hare* has gained the reputatlan of curing almost any disease man is heir to. tI'
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