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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: June 3, 1910
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00440
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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1' this section and will 'mov here when; I before known and Its prospective value f .

FI& I IN SUNNY SOUTHLAND the season's work is doriekwhile many 1' The Tampa Way of l : . cannot be estimated. Future genera- HUNDREDS i COMING "i,

are preparing to spend their vacation: + tions will be puzzled to understand how
. on some of these beautiful lakes and at '\ this most favored aeellon'remained so .

,\ ... ,. Outline of a' Plan to. 'Take Care of the same time locate a future home. i. 1 Eliminating Grafters long .in undeveloped state, but'smch To Kissimmee This. Fair as a Result.:

Workers Who 'Are Out of The factory managers have bought I was the cue, However. all that- is of Reading- the'Valley Gazette ,
plots of jrround here', and.I am now preparing I -- ---- changed; The, property owner. now .

Employment. -.. 1 i their plots so that when the sea- The following article was written for if I would give my endorsement to the realize. the wonderful possibilities the for Three Months ,;

I son's work is ablate in. I the State Retail Dealer Magazine by plan'be would give me. 910 a day. I told soil, the:county has been well adver- e -- -- e i

The following article Was written by 1 I hay also\ been window Mr: Willis1 B..Powell, secretary: : of the him I: was not ..f ron Pittsburg, and he tised and the rush of1.laome8Hkerato We have on, several occasion (ailed 4 ''
P Mr, Thos.. McDowell, former executive I! and ffint' workers in this section. The Tampa Board of Trade, and if the same left declaring he would do the deed this section has seemed almost too marvelous attention to the good that is resultingto

.;t/I officer of Glass Bottle Blowers AlJ ocia-.! name-;' of some of 'these homeseekers rule was adopted by all Boards of Trade without toy help. He returned in three I to be true, far-greater than that this town and county from the action s.

tion, for.the Commoner and Glassworker would surprise many the glass-trade. grafters' would,, be'eliminated and legitimate days with some of the spaces filled of any other portion of Florida. Land of our county commissioners 'In .

a magaizine published at Pittsburg, I I The; sooner this question ii i l'ken _up and meritorious advertising! propositions wi h the names of reputable merchants, companies have sprung up as If by subscribing for and mailing weekly one t/
Pa., in the interests of the glasswork- by some branch or member and pre- would be liberally.patronized, I members of the BoAi>d. ,He told'me magic, and large tracts have been sub thousand copies of the Valley Gazetteto
"ers United States. The article | Rented in'the form of 'resolution to the I took the divided to meet the requirements'of a .
: of the! much to the business men's and town'sadvantage. that he was doing nicely. prospective homeseekers In the north 'I
r opens up a new line of thought, one I I coming convention, the better it will be 1. "dummy" from him and sat down to man seeking a home. Thousands of and west and below we' publish 'two
. that is leservinjr-of,, the most careful for all concerned. This is just an outline T- the telephone and called up a shoe concern heretofore unproductive acres have letters that show our statements and -

;consideration, and the subject is so {101 a suggestion. "1.anr'indt'ed lucky in finding you dis- which was down: for space." He been. turned into truck farms and ate' contention have not been in the.least

, thoroughly and convincingly handled I Kissimmee has an.. open door. for all. engaged. Brown's my name; this is grabbed the "dum"and\ bolted. I steadily increasing in value. What.the exaggerated. .
' that it is with much pleasure we''repro \ -- - Mr Smith, I believe" caused the newspapers to state that future will produce cannot be 'foretold When a little' over a year ago tbe----

.,. duce it in" the Valley Gazette. The N EDEN PLANTATION r.i r. Smitir looks up from_his desk and these merchants had not violated the with any degree of accuracy, but, judg- commissioners subscribed for' two hun .- M
questloirof howtoTarerfor-"the unemployed sees standing before him a smooth proposition Board-o -Trade order and not tube misled ing from the progress of the put year, dred copies of thls-paper- be-mailed

is engaging the earnest atten who oozes geniality like a pitcher with :"dummy" sheets bearing advertisements the development of the next one will be weekly to person* In distant state who I

tion of all tabor leaders today, and we On Lake Center Will Be One of the of ice water on a humid day. taken from -the daily papers stupendous. The people of Qsceola would probably move to Florida,.quite

think Mr. McDowell offers the correct I County's Successes.A "What can J do for you?" and pasted on the "dummy." The county 'arefully"alive! concerning the a number of our citizens questioned the ,
value real estate and nowhere is this
solution. "Absolutely nothing' But I propose| "come-on" scheme fell flat, and no'oth- qf wisdom of their_action, and again when
The, article follow: representative; of the Valley Gazette to do something for you. I have .here .er grafter tried to work it in Tampa. rnore Clearly indicated than In the small the subscription was increased to four e r'\ r'
wax on Sunday last shown over a proposition which makes the blind see, Last year a lady, undoubtedly a "per delinquent tax list.... we publish. hundred, but it waa not long before_the '
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Kissimmee, Fla., May 4th, the farm of the New Eden PlantationCo. the lame halt and bled merchants for affects be felt and
: cures paralysis ot fect lady, Tampa good began to ,
Accept my hearty thanks for the recent ., located at Lake Center by Mr. the J pocketbook. It has been endorsed nearly tl.OOO on 'an advertising propo- I' ARE INTERESTED when in November last the commission ; l
I editorial in the Commoner and W. S. Alyea, its manager, and it was the best month a woman hundred distributed
by advertisers in the United sition. About a ago era ordered eight. copies -
: Glaaswnrker on the suggestion I offered an experience good for the nerves to Canada had against Tampa's ironclad and in increased ,ej'*; '
States Mahogany and! the Isle who run up , then January
weeks Your comment car the that had Artides in the Valley Gazette Still ,
: a few ago. see many improvements of Rockefeller. Great joke, eh? NowI protective card came up to these that number to one thousand, there was
r ries with it a ray of sunshine that has been made during the past two months, make (Hold Attention of InvestorsThe I 'f\ l
I have been told that you are the lead quarters and endeavored to me the nothing but approval heard on every I.
' brought many letters to me asking for and to feel that we were on propertythat ing business man of-" believe that it was worth S25 a space for hand, f6r the moat pessimistic had felt a
' information.Since I Was beautified and developed following letter front Mr. Far-
I' further not being ,
Mr Smith pushes a tabloid of rubber Advertisers to patronize her scheme. the good effects, and had seen our town
settling in Florida 1 have had for the purpose'of sale at an mer Indicates that, owing to the Valley
beside his desk, a stenographer She was to furnish' binders to architects and grow In population and ,
many commdnications from all parts of advanced figuie over the purchase price,' appears 'I Gazette the interest of the northern count .' \
and as he begins, "Mr. Amos Scrog- those. outside covers to plans and it now each and every man
and'Canada. Thesubstance I homJseekers in Florida is in nowiseabated
the United States but was being put In Condition! for farm-
gins, Scrpgginsville, Me., he points to i specifications. For the $25, as I judgedit declares that the mony paid the Valley
letter ill, "I must :
of ing on an extensive scale :
the following placard on the wall.You : the' advertiser would get an Inch Gazette |lis the best investment that x r
leave the factory sooner'or later. Can The New Eden Plantation Co. is at I Jetmore, Kans, May 12, 1910. '
has ever been made of the people
' I make things go in Florida" Those present building houses for its workmenand a .. Editor Valley Gazette: money since the county ,was created, T
men look forward to the future. Many fencing and plowing several hundred Dear Sir-Please find. names of those
five times of
and if the number pape"were
t of them have beeu representatives in acres, which will be cultivated this GENERAL OKDJSR OF who are thinking very strongly of tak- distributed weekly, the same pro- -

l conventions and have the welfare of fall, and in the spring .will plant about I ing a trip to Florida, since reading jour portion of gain Would result.'
' association at heart. Such men have besides article in referene to the talk I bad
the four hundred acres in corn, two '
I BOARD OF TRADE TAMPA FLA: We have contended for month, and
a right to be heard and encouraged.! A hundred acres in other field crops, mak- with you, when I was in Kissimmee here moat vehemently repeat, that

home under the care of any organization ing in all, together with. its hay fields I had it copied by our county paper. there will be fully one thousand more
has its place, but it does not meet and stock range, a twilvehundredacrefarm Nearly every one in the county since l.
1, the need of idle men and those who desire which will be one of the largestin This firm is pledged under penalty of $50.00 then has read it; and all are talking people in our town next' winter than
were here the past season, 'and we ;
to live in the open. this section. Since the farm was es- forfeiture, not to can tract for, purchase or about Kissimmee, Florida. I am stop-
The old soldier of 61-66 who has tablished rrany persons have visited it, patronize, any'adverlhoing'scheme"* unless the ped on every corner by those who read should at once begin to provide ample .., I t
accommodation for their comfort in
reached his three score years and ten and without exception declared It to be solicitor has an endorsement signed and sealed. the article and who knew I took a trip to
.. found his heart's desire by colonizing.A of the best properties in Florida, issued in due form by the Board of Trade of Florida. They are very much interested the shape of building additional family '
pne hotel, as by far the larger part of our
few hundred dollars have given hima and predicted for it the greatest success. Tampa, after the solicitor's proposition has in your state, and I think there willte''a
winter visitor 'homeseekers and do
home among the flowers and birds. On the return trip to Kifasimmee-we been thoroughly investigated and found wor- large number, whose names I send are r

The Salvation Army is wise in this visited the corn field.of Mr. J. S. Strat- '1! thy by the Press and Advertising Committee you, who will come down there.I I not desire to atop at tourist hotel.
The letter follow
age. It has met the problem as we ton, located at Peghorn, which Is con- I of said Board have seen all of these parties and "1; A
must meet it. It takes those who are sidered to be as fineyas: can be found in Attest: Signed ) F. C. BOWYER, President. had a long talk with them. I think I I --

idle and gives them a few acres of land. Florida, especially as there was an exceptional -I It': 'li Povt'tlSecretary. can get most all of them to make Kissimmee Mantua Station Ohio, May 24, 1910. )

} The glass trade is now face to face with drouth ail over the South this I ., a visit this coming summer and Editor Kissimmee Valley Gazette. .
of idle Can it meet this Vfield Dear Sir-r'or several weeks I
hundreds men.
spring. This comprises thirty- -- -- -- fall. At-least I will do the best I can I put

problem of idleness by paying relief eight acres, and Mr. Stratton states he This Order is Effective in This Office to have'them visit God's country before have been receiving copy of your paper
mney' 1 say no. It has paid snffi- will get; at least one thousand bushelsof they dry up here in Kansas and blow sent me by my friend, R. B. Parker ,

cient relief in the past to have placed corn; and that it will be of the best 1I'ed, ; : away. All of them have plenty of this of that"place, and I 'must say that '

every idle member of our association on quality. 'People as a rule believed that ,; world's goods, I .hope I may soon be I I have enjoyed reading It very"much,' .

a ten-acre plot In the Sunny South,who the drouth had practically destroyedthis Date_ ... I ...., ... in Kissimmee. and am becoming much Interested in the ,' "

,would have been producers, as Well as SeI1ll011, crop, but they were unacquainted '- Yours very respectfully growth and the improvement going on' .1 f.
consumers. j .. with the advantages'! this W. H. FARMER. there. 'I expect that wife and I shall
Many worthy'members who I have been section, for here the numerous lakes The glib solicitor absorbs the placard, space on about 200 binders.. I will 'ad- go to Kissimmee this fall to locate a ?
helped will need it repeated before and streams afford sub-irrigation to a lets it s6ak in and endeavors to breakin \ mit she was a good talker. She gave SUDDENLY \ home for ourselves In the Land of Flowers -

many moons. Give such a man a chancein t largo area, therefore a crop failure on with Mr. Smith's dictation. I me cards and spades and beat me with DIED and Sunshine. Now I am working "a 1 1

the open. He has grown-up childrento I ac count of drouth is impossible.DECORATION Really nowhe says, "that is un I her hands tied behind her back. She hard to get a few others to go with me. wand

assist him in tilling: the soil I if In. is i fair. left Tampa. The architects are furnishing Mr. f. C. Cunningham, a Contractor some talk very favorable. I wish '

.not able, to do it himself Such a man j DAYFittingly "->Trusting we will have a continuance their own binders. From OrlandoOn that a few copies of the Valley Gazette
will not call on the association for relief I of your valued trade, continues I believe that the Board of Trade has might be sent to the following parties

__ any more, for he IB now\in a position to I the merchant. "Here, man; do I have saved the merchants of Tampa more Friday afternoon last Captain F. .(Here follows list 'of nafriea.) Hoping .. t

help himself. How much did it cost the Observed in. This' City By to use an ax to make that placard plain I than $10,000 the past! six months. I C. Cunningham, of Orlando, who was to become a Kissimmee booster, I am, 'i 1-

association to help this; man to I locate on 0. 0. (Howard Post; G. A. R. git!" / i know of one proposition which ;looked in Kissimmee on a business mission, Sincerely yours, .. ,

ten acres. I say nothing. In the first I And he! gita. good on the face of it, but would not was taken suddenly ill on Broadway, in C., W. Brigham.
place the association buys' 1UX( $) arrrs For the first time in this city Decora- He then approaches Mr. Brown and stand analysis, which would have mulcted front of the Kissimmee Drug Co.'. -

for $5 or less per acre. It is refold to tion Day was obseryed this year in receives a similar reception; Mr. Jones the merchants out of $6,000. The' store, and was carried to the Graystone Burlingame Kan.. May 25, 1910. '} v #
members for $6 or less per acre. For Kissimmee by the Grand Army O. O. also shows him the placard. Mr. Gray scheme purported to be that from a hotel, where he died Monday morningat Editor Valley Gazette. .
that member to buy it himself it would Howard Post, organized here last fall, has his placard framed, and this break large railroad corporation, but in reali- 4 o'clock. Dear Sir-Your valuable paper has ,

I cost from $20 to $30 an acre-a saving conducting the services.: the monotony Mr. Blank has his tack- ty it was a private proposition, the rail- Dr. T. M. fivers was called in after been sent to me for some time without 1

of SIS' to$26 per acre. To put this mem- The members of the post met at ed on the door. He think it best, not road endorsing the solicitor who was to the unfortunate man was stricken, and any" charge, and it has fulfilled its duty.I .

ber in a, so-called home without his fam- headquarters at 8:3Q o'clock fe the to call on Mr. Blank. About the sixth I "work" the towns along the line. I found him suffering with a severe case am satisfied that Kissimmee and surrounding

ily will cost at least $3 per week,'or an morning, and were driven to Rosehill visit to a Tampa merchant the solicitor knew the solicitor sold thousands of of of Cright's disease, and, except at country Is what you claim to ",1
and he will then cemetery in automobiles, where the loses heart and he makes a dash for the dollars' worth of before he arrived
average of $100 a year, space brief intervals he never regained con be; and there Is nothing that,can gej! -1
be only a consumer. That may do for graves of both the blue and the, gray Board of Trade rooms. in Tampa. As yet I have not seen sciousness. me in any other direction, and by next ; R

some, but not for the average glass. were decorated with flowers and flags. Then I"go to bat. his book.. Ills wife came down from Orlandoon fall 'you will aea. me at' your place!;.if v*? w

worker. I want the man to be a pro- In the afternoon. at 2 o'clock their; the memo The interview generally ends with the I could recite a hundred stones of the Friday afternoon, and was with him nothing happens prevent it. . ,. \;
bers'of'the with families
, ducer of fruits and vegetables and this post solicitor vowing vengeance on ,the Boardof wily solicitor and hia chagrin when he till the last. Well, while I am solid for your place, de
menus a demand for bottles and jars. fifty-three in number, met at the home Trade: its members and the countyat runs up against the Tampa atone wall. Very littie is known of deceased here, I thought it best to change the address; ,:":

The successful business man is on the I of Mr. O. Derbyshire, adjutant of the large,' and affirms most tragicallythat Oneftiing which surprises me la the I except that he waa a prominent con- of my paper to somebody here'thafhas .r.. -. If

outlook for new ways and new methods post, and held the regular DecorationDay he will do his stunt in Tampa, number of solicitor who conic here tractor and builder, and had formerly an idea to go South His address is .

1 so that his goods may be sold. ceremonies, the services being "the Board of Trade be damned!I" bearing endorsements from Boards of lived in Palatka and TitusviUe. He I. very,much in favor of Florida+ )J.

" The labor organization that will succeed conduted by Mr. G. E. Tarbox, the Very seldom do I refer a solicitor'scall Trade of other cities. He was a native of Cork, Ireland, but has not exactly de'id.d'what: place.I a

44., in the future is the one that has commander, after which refreshments to the press and, publicity The only mistake the Board has made and was a captain in the "Queen's was very much pleased with you* "

Its members welfare at heart not only of ice cream, cakes, etc., were of served. tee. This committee is! commit-I, is the endorsement of a magazine Own" regiment, before coming to paper, and thank you for sending tome 4. i

t in bigh wages, but see that he has '' One of the pleasant features : the occasion -'W. F. Stovall, chairman, editor of the "write-up," and we caused our merchants America. for so 'long, and wish! you success /

something to do. The G. B. B. A. may 'I' with the, if we can, connect incident that to word II Tribune; D. B. McKay, editor of the to give up about $1/100 to the The remains: were shipped to.>> Orlando and prosperity the future.!: Goodbye! . *. !
a day
have 8,000. members, but if there is- proceedings Times; Abe Maas, dry goods merchant; 'solicitor, who came here loaded with testimonials on Monday for Interm nL until we meet 1ref1fall.r:
only work for 6,000), how about the other of such sad thoughts and memories, T. Mahoney, furniture dealer; J.: T. of the worth of his proposi i.I -- Respectfully yours, d4

2,000? The responsibility does not was the recitation of, "When Beef and groceryman. The scheme of tion. But we will not bite The Laymen's Meetings. C.
Butter Were the Highest" by Mr. again. _______ Idly.'k'
stop 'ith the 6,000. Two thousand men solicitor must have merit to induce
Thos. Van Du7.or's little granddaughter. IJ. I One of the most interesting and instructive I $8,000 Church for St. Cloud '.
are idle. They must have employment, to call these busy men from their
The little tot proved a splendid de- LAND TOO VALUABLE meetings yet held by the Laymen's .
and employment they will have. Hereis j I claimer, and was heartily applauded for to sit in judgment on a proposi I Union occurred last Sunday afternoon On Tuesday the Livingston Memorial .
where the colony scheme. coins in' as Methodist Church held another clear ,
her efforts*:: and wan led by Mr. C. A. Carson -
outlet. Many are today'ready for the I I' Commander Tarbox states that every, When the race meet began last December -I To Allow It to Be Sold for Delinquent who took as his subject, "The ing bee on their newly aqured( lot. The ,
farm. They want to know where to locate the city was overrun with camp- Seminole Land Co. generously donated
I whether it contained the remains Taxes Powerof the Tongue for Good or Evil. j" ) I
etc. Here is association grave followers who would be I I three lots '
the cost, our of Federal or Confederate soldier, thought there I The subject was generally discussed by not only to the Methodist --.
with 10,000 acres'of fine land. As a good picking in Tampa for. entry cards, Men who make a practice of purchasing -i Church but to all other denominations > '
II that could be located, was decorated, those present, and man) new points
a member I buy 10 acres while at work etc. I had ne less than twenty of these land at tax sales will be disappointed -. in the city. The Methodists are first '
4 but that there are several known to be brought out. The meeting next
;in.the factory. I have it cleared, plowed I I in the cemetery that could not be found, fakirs to call upon' me in one, two, three this. year, as far as Osceola day afternoon wit! be led by Mr. W. G. however, to build, and when the\ contractor
planted and home erected thereon. order, and as rapidly as they called County Is concerned. The delinquenttax measured off for the foundation
it would be Hankins, the topic being; "Faith( Hope ,
and fittingact
By the time this is done I have it alii' due suggests the memories teat( of the heroes a ofthose they vanished down the stairway with list is In and contains forty-four and Love. it was found that the ;large frontage V :'\ a
the these words on their lips: "Well I will *. When we consider the numberof .
paid for. I leave factory a happy I II name required by the plans would necea.itate. :
memorable of strife if
man, and with my family I embark for : days some fill out this advertising space without papers which use' from one to eight Mr. S. L. Lupfer and little daughter an additional lot which'the trustees ;:. ''?s. yf".

, new !home I mark of identification was placed on' your endorsement." Yet, I am gratified pages in publishing the delinquent tax Lucy returned home! last week from a purchased immediately. . >.,>.: -'

By this move I leave an opening for their graves, that they may not be to note, not an advertising entry list and:compare it with the list in.this brief visit to Mr. Lupfer's parents in The! church will be built of brick,. at;, "

the fellow who prefers the factory and overlooked- -0\1'\. -the-30th-of next--May. card was issued.One'grafter county, we know there must be a rea- Pennsylvania. Mr. Lupfer waa much a'coat of 18,000. It will be modern in J {

will stay there; while there is one bottleto Miss Maude Alford is at home from came to me with a sheet sod for it, and the reason is not hardto gratified to find his father and mother, every respect and will seat five hundred ''r

make. Any common sense man can Tallahassee, where she has been at- 22x28 !inches, nicely ruled offend stated discover-the land is too valuable to both of whom are over eighty years of! on the first floor .and about two :.
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figure this out. tending the State College for Women, that if he sold all the spaces it would I, lose. Real estate today in this county age, enjoying good health and with all 1. hundred in the eL-SL Cloud .: : .\

Some bottle blowers have invested in I!t to spend vat'ation."I' net him $40 a day clean, money, and, that has a [p present value greater: than every their fafulti uni pair..J. Tribune.s-. .. ,., 1Jc'I !,r--" ....' r

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7 arden Building One:. Block from.Depot Governor BroWar' Land Transactions Reported No. 1 ,*..,, .t', 4'
e r .-'.J 1 -. 85 acres of splendid farm land\ forBale

; 40 "Keren und cultivation:. nice ; .is thrtJjst: .youcan'
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POULTRY. EGGS. FRESH FISH' . *_Coiigressmnti 'LI1J1in quarter mile from railway station and . Delicious and ;;t\\

': postoffice and 200 yard from church ..Nourishing.Good .
Special Attention IQ Phone- Orders and Free f fojwy : .. . ; '1/ 4:
.. ii and school house. i'r icG $4;200, on,favorable -

( Delz'ery. part of the Cily. Phwe i89H ,,think the Florida: voters will be interested in certain: adrmssiqns . terms of payment. for all ages: .I \r

} made here last eveningby Mr. Broward in his peecAt \;). ,
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---0.-_ -,- :..J...__---: . - ,= the conclusion of his address J asked Mr. Broward the No. 2 !

ear..' .aar ,. I .. 'foll wing questions: \ 4 40,:crexpf laud quarter of a mile from .\
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First-What in lands or in money did. you! receive while church. Land all lies just 'rolling' "

C Governor as a commission on the alleged private sale of lands. enough 'to drain good); "has about 15 ,
i Picked In regular site paikane, and la bermentally
acres cleared and fenced 4-room ;
rl He answered. that he was given $24500 while Governor ; good sealed tmi 'lor hot eU./ .._ 3*
house, stable well; sufficient bearing! ,
the stock of a land company. ( He expressed it that he and an for 4 miles from
". oranges family; only .
.: STANFORDCO.'S associate was given by Mr. Boltes $49.00O in stock of a land Ktasimrnee.. This will make a splendid

If\o. company. ) _' well home located.for someone who desires" 'to be S.IJSBUOCKREAL .:.

..r jYi Second inquiry ".1 I .then asked Mr. Broward 'how much

1 gck M-r.,. Bolles owned in this stock company: ... .", No.3' ESTATE

!"i"" Bolles owned 51 cent,of the stocwt .
IS THE PLACE TO BUY -*- e answered Mr. per .- 50 acres; lies within.. 100 yards of post- eNN\\\\\\\\\N\N\\\\

i; f 1>.t ,'said- Mr. Bolles is really the company. office and railway* station; less than liveminutes' INSURANCEExamination. I

Mr. Broward: .answered. Yes walk to school and church;
Goods Shoes and Notions good land;-Teheed and cross fenced; sufficient -
Dry "
Third.tjici&ry ,then. asked. Mr. Broward this further ques- bearing grove for family use and of Titles a = '

tion. v*' \..- '' -. some Lo sell. Owned by a non-resident, I. .

I Have yoGdWen ivthe i service or employment of Mr. Bo-lles 7" who will sell for 2000. Specialty. .

since leaving (; -offlr7 Governor. and if so, at what salary. I.
: No. 4 Correspondence Solicited
COME He answerOflithaJPrie( had been in service for Mr. Bolles
8 acres inside city limits of Orlando
: ) ::: : i since he was Gdierndr and his salary was at the rate of $400 ;
T improved. Price $),6011, on favorableAf'rnrm

PRICES: : SEE per rnonth.., -,.;jf of payment. Full particulars to
./ ; ...... .. ..... int"tl>
,_ These are not Senator Talia-f rro's statement. about Mr. .. I. '
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Broward: NN No.5' '. Beautiful winter home sites m't.ated *
-. --- \ -. They are not Mr. L'Engle-s-Statement- ''1' about Mr. Broward i ,tlie Lake Region oj Florida. .
110(; acres
: They are Mr. Broward's own adrntssions against I7imsdtf, Polk county ,Fla. ; 40 acres cleared and. smallsZt ,

x f'7-------------------J" made here last night in a spesch and in the.preaence"dfaT. fenced; 700 bearing orange trees: HO( CITY PR
sized and intelligent audience. 'J. I acres round timber 40 acres boxed tlm- : ;..Y ,

G. E. TAKACH Office ' her: small house. Bargain; at w4Y04Jterms : ): I List your prowjth mt' for quick
Trucking i WILLIAM sali-H..
4 B LAMARMontict1J'o. if dexirecl I ', I ..

LandsSpecialty State $ Florida. I H. BREAKER . '

A Real I Estate AgencyKISSIMMEE $ t {flay 26th. 191OProceedings No. 6

Ho* 171'1. KISSi.MMKH, FLA.
''f Bank $ Several 5 und 10 acre farms in 1'inf- j

I 4 dale 'Him, property is fortunately

i .0. .0. i uated on a b..autifulhvit.l(. between the. Osceola ,

II canal on the east and, shingle' creek on County

; I i..>l.STV KfK< 111 the. went, in plain vio.wof t.own. lust
------- --------------4.4%. of the ] And riKvl from Tux Cullvrtor. Iftae- .,.,01 outside of the city limits thus giving Abstract Company

i I By ama( "a.'lre..r. .. Ni'rldal. fun: wv 00I advantages of excellent graded. school
| f ONM'T I.R'HK M Nh
tt County Commissioners Tu ha In nee 'from Innt ri"|H>lt 1 I'1'I >6 churches food markets etc. Just the

z. BASSCONTRACTORS Hy balance 11 I'I >', place to grow an orange, grapefruit,
w. & G. w.
I .. .
--'-- MNK .r..llr"'TIII' tangerine kumquat and pecan grove; 0 P. GARRETT. Manager
I I To balanrt from Intt report. I I.s04
KiBsimmeu, Fla., May 2, 1910. To limiting hre i..... ."..KN) can set ,peach trees between and begin(
The Board of County Commissioner I I _...: to get returns in 16 months; also grow

AND BUILDERS in and for Osceola county met in regular -1 llv .Wftranta. Total paid during iiiunth 40H-I'07 "((42 truck and vegetables. Some of this Heal eSlate. ..

session on the above date there being | To balance 1 I''ll'I l property is already in demand for city Titles .examined and reported oo f i '-
'And the treasurer showed further the purposes Hay some of this land and Taxes paid for non-resldenU f
present E. L. Lesley, chairman; E. ] instruments "
Wood Brick Stone relating '
to real
or double investment. estate
L.* 6. Overstreet., J. S. Stratton, ElmerR. I following balances on hand. your carefully drawn ,

Basg and J. II. Walker, commissioners Revenue <.!.L.( Jlrino
and. Korlnlt uri- (ll(411'1' Correspondence i SofcltedrBygains
and Arthur E. Donefan, auditor. i .<<.hool fund oGI"l NlConvUt fund llt'iA 1 NELSON REALTY CO. .
GUARANTEE GIVE PERFECT SATISFACTION The minutes of the last m..etingw..reread I Road fund "rjVMIS -
l> No. U6.J5.!
and approved. J J
1 H H D !'..?1 1(5140\
The following bills were examined, j )K H" No. 4 1MIM Notice to FishermanNotice
Kissimmee, Florida approved and warrants ordered drawn: : Total tun/:7a: is hereby given that the law
C F Prevail, fttvllng,, l.rIIR"erH, $IOM,)j For which he filed a certificate. of deposit against seining the lakes of this county
Enoch. A'I>rIUun. wllnwix |>ru> attorney I 00 j .
.. i from the State Bank. Treasureralso will ,hereafter be.strictly enforced. All

J C II W Prevatt Paso, Ntipplle, .prisoner. .' .... .. '.... .1 1 00:% 1 filed his report from, the Bond parties interested will take notice and In al tdhds of Real, Estate, ;

1 ell' 1'revatt <'o.u. Count gUurt'. .t. ., 4780 Trustees. for the amount of $889.01, govern' themselves acc rdingl Fire and Life Insurance. and .

Henry Johns.., wltutMm pros attorney.; :'", 1 OQit ,I Tax collector filed his poll tax report C. F. I'HEVATT Armour'sf.Fer lizers." Rent 'j
C F Prevatt, von. Ellin amore .'.-.. i Sheriff. ing and ''
t-ana a'i Sollecting Rents -
-a ,
.,,. "' showing the amount of J42.50 collectedfor . .
Our First Aim CF.: Krlbbu'.v" :.rsgya.P.: !\ 388W -- - ----I- -- Specialty. Taxes
Safety paid for
i C F Prevatt.county 1'0.111'. / so the county and $80 for the state. Photography. Non-residents. .

J ,. MOOD, nalnry and let'. dX ::1 Tax collector also filed his report
K I. IeHle" >..t'uinniii'MloiU'r.! .. 4 "0 showing the following amounts to be I am prepared to make photograpl.sof

1 K I. I> OveivlriM'l. Conli.nlmid( mil'.a 00 I collected in the various. funds: all kinds at my studio located just R. O. MEEK
J 8 stratt.i.|. ? !> ocj above the Midland Ry., on Broadway,
.. iivinnrif $ ((4.4(44/
known liner: H HHHN, 13 uu 'i-hciol ..MIO7KKomi will to make outside
Every safe-guard to or go anywhere
I J 11 Uaflilr? -.'' -000YA ..!%!87 MSptwial Kissimmee Fla.r .
views. Prices reasonable
''I 7 74W4IMDNoJ
Vane AK'IUU l 10'11"1..1| <-10 JU 84
Arthur K: clerk and auditor 52 WO
DQiivvan NSDNo8 (Ole 1 ,
business used I
banking .is to -- --
secure UFKrlbbeCounty Judge .!')(MlI. SHVN04 6Htf8\

"4. C K Prevail care Jail I. 5M Pistol bonds of G. W. Haye and J. II. Notice for Bids jaV.jaV-ataufaufe, jtVrfa JhjaVj !

f. funds deposited with us.t K D DrlntfttrB janitor : .12:11Elec > Whitcomb were approved.Communication Notice is hereby given that the plans
LIMb Plant Iflcbtn Vail I II: IrJ) was received from M. and specification. for the proposed M. TILLER
Kla Telephone, rent phone. 2-.0
school building at St. Cloud are now on
tale Bank of Kliwlmme, frghl on clay 41600 Tiller regarding the insurance on the
file, and may be seen by calling on Real Estate Agency.
Kla Valley Oaiette, printing 989" court house, which expires June 3d, and i Chairman W. C. Bass of the Board of i
Arthur K Donegao, perfeo plat record 132 IK> the clerk was instructed to apportion' Public Instruction. Contractors wish ..MMIIaNMNNaarN
, W B ".1<10_. supplies eourt house 7 DO!
Citizens Bank of Kissimmee the insurance equally between the five ing to bid on the work must file their
t: W B".\\dn.oo Co road auppllca 991 bias with the superintendent .by Monday Realty bought and sold.
J W t>r.oU.,offlo aoppllec. IK insurance agent., provided'they could June 6th. Houses rented.

: Pool Davl.. Co. deed record. 1495: furnish good companies be approvedby The board reserves the right to reject Taxes paid and Titles T.r-
l7 ; Henry Pin...., work Reedy Creek toad 16 00II and all bids
the chairman of the Board .and the any i ified for
We pay 4 per cent Savings Dept.S Kill Lumber Oo lumber .. K2 clerk. W. J. SKAM. non-residents. _

W 4 C Grocery Co, aaollne a OO May 20, 1910. Sup of Pub. Instruc. Fire Life and. Accident In-
Safe Deposit Boxes for' Rent. J J Daon. work on road machinery tt 0* Two communications from the State surance.

T N Farr dirt for road . 2900 Bank were received with reference to Old papers can be bought at this office Indemnity< J 0 Qrlffln blacktmlth WorkC 8 eo outstanding at 20 cent hundred. Just what 1
warrant. and Interest on per you
I W Griffin, road lupplle and hay. 10 48 same, also asking for the Interest on need to put under your carpets, matting ._ _... _.. __......... _ _
. ..
"- J""raoo.drugs, mul. AO etc.
t I"' + WAC Grocery Co. feed mutes 114 49 warrants which they held over from
., .... ......... ,.., ......,.. .
,1. .1> -"" ------- -.eaY M.NNNYaNNai o W Aahtoo road pay roll'. .... '<* 78 different meetings. The Board appointed Old paper for sale at this office
irJ.i; WHAT I IT MEANS Bob Hick, road work ... 2 76 a finance committee of three to take 20 cent a hundred.;
road work .. 1 73
! I Wailer Rhyme up the matter of future loans ani to w. L. I m uuzoq
> '. Many not know what .Bauk'i Capital (or, or lb. 4lff* herl'1' 8 H Bullock, coroner earrleeiNat 8 00 I btatertfent.Mad :: I
I tween a bank at llttl or no capital and ODe wllh a bras capital j Baa. road work . . 7 76 agree with the hank on a more satisfactory -

; A BANK'S CAPITAL AND BURPI US i Rode Baaa, road work <'Tft manner to the county of com- under Section 02.Chaptar amount of 6A90 taxes Law charged* ofFkrida.howiothe ._ .J! .

la tba fond that protot th.depositor from loai, \h....,..... the larger It U the i Onceola Pharmacy krou 210tfl : puting interest, and report at the next of Oactoola. Cotntnty: T: _
(--.., protection the depoailor bees. Thli bank. ha a C i Pioaoo, loading marl .. GO Florida to b*collected for th. currant year I
I "I Capital of ...... .. .. ... ... ..j60r0o6 a Silou demon, loading marl :((8900 meeting. I I 1 OV.\ and the aoDortloiuitent of the amn.. to /
8.rplva rand nf .... .. ... .. .. ... It QUO( 00 w Irey. ditching flub Lake Jr!>6 17 Communication was received from the several fnnda for which. ,-.... have .be.n
8toakholdra> .. . Tom : levied
liability M.OUO 00 ;
: \ '' B. E. McLin with reference the Real Estate
W UOre, road work :a 00ft Hon. to APPORTIONMENT OF COUNTY FUNDS
." A total of .' . . :. .i IllS.iiOO oo Frank Unmae, ditching MJM appointment of an enumerator which Bevenu.Toamountaa.aeaed_ .' .
t := This mean that w* moat loe IVOiNlOO before our poaltort could .. 00
. loss a A K Ba..leed mu over 9'67' JO
.A I I: ..nt. Thli protection la for YOU. i was left until the next meeting./ '
- t I R 1.8",1101, mate and wk urea pool 4s (en Amount collected 7*! :115 1
Communication received from J.
1 1 P hoc, up"t poor (armcare pauper 52 oo was Balance IHM H.">
J = BANK OF KISSIMMEE Paid warrants were canceled from the M. Willson, Jr., calling the attention of General School Fund '

L :: -or'i" the Board to the fact that in his plat of Amount A...-._ IVU M/ KISSIMMEE FLORIDA
;'. :: KIMMIEIE. FLOPIIO .. j various funds in the following amounts: ...
I .. of Kissimmee Gardens there is alreadyone Amount C..lloct .d 10B1Kllalance ( ::10 .
... ,
I ,::
II Revenue S.11 8.! ...collected
_ .' :: c. A. CAKMONFrealdent JOHN M. LBB S. B. CARSON to.b -II" 7H _
. .. and themto
,I .. K<">dt 41UIIUU( avenue,
Vlo..ld..1 hlerIXalcra
C. Road-

N l ..............-......................................... .............. Hie collector'filed and ForfeitureTax his poll tax.L.7 report M& correct the minutes of the last meet- To County amount anxwaed 101''' ,I.I j.5W.. TIIOMPSONFUNERAL
r 5' ingr in which they had named another Amount Collected *T*> V
the amount of $282 collected
L I showing I road Seminole avenue. The'Board Balance to be collected :C.7: Huuuly I
month of '-- .
the April.
during Hpeclal I
j B. C. Miller, treasurer filed 1 his re- made the necessary correction. To mount sn.v.ii d , i3a.r
:: The general presentment the grand Amount tulle l> ted JKI6\ M( \
f r't the following amounts
port, showing on jury was read and filed for further con- Balance to be 001(meted 74T M "DIREUTOR t
i hand: Sub-School Dint No. \ITo ,
I. sideration.
UaNBRAL BKVaNIIlC amount ...--d. 124 40 andLICENSED
To balance from l sat report &6ft> Ou Road supervisor was instructed to .
Amount ollccted '" 2[
FANCY GROCERIES .j Amt.. reod.. from.. Tax.. Cot.. I license.. aupll" apt V2263 4.l1lO Construct a bridge across the canal at Balance to be collected. :U 15 I .. EMBALMER

.i St. i Cloud. Sub-School Diet. No. a- -
GRAIN AND We solicit part of your trade. Total 783403: There being further business, the To amount aaaeaaed 1J9f' V7. i
i By paid warrant a* par Hit M31 112 Amount collected M7 H4 : .
FEED OF' Country Produce | By. balance . L90321 Board adjourned to meet again in reg- Balance tu be eoUected. .. 4 ular session on the 6th day of June 1910. .r
Hides and Furs count HOAD Bub-School Diet No. -
KINDS | j$ To "bataaw from act report '.. IOlll3<\ E. L, LESLEY Chairman. To amount aueaned /'>* 42 Opposite Courthouse
Bouiht'andSold. _( |$ Amt reed from tax cot taxes .. 2067; as ARTHUR E. DONEGAN, Clerk. Amount Collected BJI 44 \.'

bALL .. .. . alanee to be Collected .. OS 98
.. ,
-- : ---- KISSIMMEE Total r? fi'f2lll16
]jr By paid warrant a* per list i .. .. 81110tl: Large desk blotter lUc at this of- ARTHUR. E DON I EG AN..
Clerk Ircult out OacevlaCounty.
: >%fWW*%_*% KJBSIMHES;. (1- FLORIDA[
.' .. < Bkalanc*.. . 26.ll1I4J! fice. tf Florida r't
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Ii , @X SITUATED AT >S) i.. ? The ,Waters & Carson .r

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II H. BOMONO 8WABKY.- .PROPRIITON' . Broward Makes, Full Explanation Grocery Company7Wh "

: TINNING PLUMBING Iii fill I ITS BRflNGflESSTKAN1!\ ._ ...f3RAZI.. NIPII'r -. ....... .}

.I . .CI -"1.1ING" {;. ''i'HREADJNG4: ." -:- and Retail'Dealers 'InWE" : >.... 'j

..... trIPE F'l"l'TINP;, PUMP \.VOI.. I<: of His Dealings With ]QROCERIE-S' -; ''
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/. .'....", .... ......" ....,.... Bolles:,: I 'SELL. '"' I -,WE .BUY. . :' ". . ',.it:J t :,;

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:1; + You can come to'' . \ .. ,... : HlDEfc.FURS '. \
GRAIN . . .. + (
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:. --- FROM --- t STATE OF FLORIDA. SHINGLES "\ : .. '

** .
: Before me personally came the. subscriber Hon. N. B. '
.) Broward yvho after being duly sworn deposes.and says foKhim-. CRATES COUNTRY ., .
$3O.OO and'spend 25 days : self: ' CRATE NAILS .: PRODUCE .' r1 4 1

That 1 have not while Governor nor since 'I 1 was.Governornor '- .

.. LOUR enough time to( Investigate the best! before, owned stock in any lands belonging: to.the State We sell field'and garden seeds or all kinds ,)
I BargaliiN 5-Acro Tracts, Town Lots while I Was Governor or since nor, have I received any com- We give special attention to' fitting out hunting and camping j

and Country Property In the missions directly or indirectly for the sale pf any lands belonging parties.Fr.e ._ J\
: state, for sale) by to the State: delivery city I limits.' Phone No. 12.. ... ':;'; i'We ,
: are county agents for good. fertilizers. Ask ., 1
which us ciroul&r.. : I
That I do own land ir. South Florida were paid to >and prices on fertilizers. I ;
t W. ALYEA e; } .,
S. me as commission for making sales of the tract of land belong , .

I Z OFFICB' IN PARK IIOTJ L. KIssiMMEE, FLO1DA ing to the Southern States Land and Timber Company to Bolles' '.j I
and, others .but these lands were granted to the L. & N. Railroad C. A. CARSON. J. A. CRANFORD. S. L ti
.......................... company in ]1881.] certificated in ]1892 and bought by the PrMldcnt. VIe..PneId..L *LUPrZB..1lI t 'f.

Southern States Land and Timber Company in ]1902 -three ,,
--- -- -- ,
.- "7 ...-= "7 :. before I became Governor. ,'
,::..::. =- ::: = years "
That I do not ow'n stock directly or indirectly, in any concern KISSIMMEE LUMBER CO. .7 HIH k

BUY YOUR R GROCERIES I BY MAIL! corporation or company that bought land from the State __ .... i.u, .
during! the time 1 was Governor or since: < '

p Let us place your name on our mailing list. Our That the Henderson lands about which suit is now pending -
I I Monthly price list is full of bargains. j - and much has been said, was certificated ',&y the trusteesof Rough and Dressed :
o '
Cured Meats Sold at CostBAKERlFROTHERS the Internal Improvement; Board to Col. H 13 years

before I ran for Governor, and was deeded to theirs of Gol.. Pine Lumber. )'

r Henderson after his death and before I '
,. .' "
THE PACKING HOUSE MARKET That the statement made by Senator Taliaferro and his

1004-1006 Franklin St. TAMPA, FLORIDA workers in reference to any commissions or any stocks received -

\ */ 22-Wf by me as a result of sale of any State lands. are false and HOUSE BILLS A SPECIALTY. *
made in the face of the records. -
ooooo >oooatiooaooooooc \
t Signed ) N. B. Broward.
Sworn to and subscribed to before me this the

SEAL' 30th day of May. A. D. 1910. Very Low Round Trip Rates :J ;{
(Signed)) Milbra Moore. f"- ,

I M1 Notary Public State of Florida. VIA/ ;:
My commission expires Jan. 14. ,
"''' : Atlantic Coast Line J
Do You Use THOMASI N ,

l' : .. FRO KISSIMMEE I I . '/'
: V PHOSPHATE (Basic Slag) ? N. \j
$43.06 NEW YORK and RETURN; all rail. Sold daily. ,
If Not WHY NOT ? Limited to October 31st. 'I
Sold daily. Limited to October Slit. \... .
h is not costly, injurious nor an experiment; but( the above affidavit is as full as I know how to make it. $23.75 ASHEVILLE, N. O., and RETURN. June"14-15-16. .." .uIImit '

best and cheapest phosph te'for Citrus Fruits Senator Taliaferrq knew that the facts set in the above affi- June 30th. _.- 1.
davit were true, and what he said on the subject was false when $25.75 67. CHATTANOOGA Limit} June TENN., and RETURN. Jur -
a BECAUSE It Produces the he made the statement. Falsehoods alone avail him in the $33.55, ST. LOUIS. MO., and RETURN. June'3; to 8. Limo. r j
', course which he has attempted to pursuethat of deceivingthe June. 20th. , ..
j Choicest Fruit at Least:Cost. voters of the State, of Florida. I ask that you be not disconcerted I : : $24.80 13-18-20-27 TUSCALOOSA,, Limit., ALA.,.and RETURN. June 8-9-11. '*a,.','.;*' ;r t' '' '
< j-: : days. Extension Sept. SO.: ; / /JjP:
in't ; by the campaign falsehoods being circulated against ;; . $1 ,40 CHATTANOOaA,'TENN., and : sjffl! i T i t.t.It
Read Mr. E. E. Thompson's I letter thft Florida : RETURN June,1ls l!i .. '
, 'I i
Limit 30 , ,
\ lhad as t-1,2-13. days. 'CJfiM
. ybur.fearididate.--'ff: corrupt' 'charged by Senator '. ''; ? / \\ ,
.' ". A Fruit sand Produce News ((1an.1. 1910)). I Taliaferro, the Primary"woul
THEN TRY IT to vote for a criminal. He knows that. The edict has gone STOPFor OVERS ALLOWED FAST TRAINS THROUGH PULLMANS DINING CARS -:

The COE-MORTIMER COMPANY, I forth from the.Standard Oil:: Trust and all othertrusts allied with .
__ :;hem to elect Senator Taliaferro at cost They believe j reservations' or information call on nearest, Atlantic Coast Line Agent or ;
I that the Democrats of Florida are for sale as they >.tjj flees .. TAMPA. FLA. 'fII i
,, CHARLESTON, S: C. are for sale. The storm is on. Do- not 'permit y cSf Ives to

HIGH'' GRADE FERTILIZER MATERIALS drift from your moorings. The Democ.rj.tjc m>ters'' j| FJorida- r THE GBHYSTOHE &H m PCHINE I E S SHOPS' i
$ {
cannot be corrupted,though it is possible trjat soma.ijflr them ;'

may be deceived by the flood of literature"Dearing falsehoods. ,
23.9t I ask them to cling to their democratic moorings and control ANTHONY, A. LOLL, Proprietor. i

their own affairs. Defy( the corrupt methods of the Standard Oil aglSIT FOR ,i iFairbanksMorse
and other allied trusts and let them gnash their teeth. Vote :

for your candidate. Let them vote for theirs. Gas Engines.

I understand that the sheriffs of the counties of Florida< and Irrigating outfits; r ::,;$

a few days ago were asked to come to Jacksonville and that ---.---.., r 1
their expenses would be paid and they were importuned by the .
Taliaferro managers to support Senator Taliaferro but without AUTOMOBILES* RENTED OR. REPAIRED'ARTESIAN ',

Bathing success. I understand that they contemplate trying to have, if B .
t they can,'the persons carrying the ballot boxes 'and registration DRIVEN ANY DEPTH .)./

- books to the polling/ places to lose the ballot boxes and boos -- - ' .,

for those polling places that would likely be for me. 1 receiveda .
is Fine letter this morning from Mr. W. H. Towles!, ol Fort Myers We Solicit all Kinds Repair Wojrk } .Kr.Kr1i"E'TLESLEYCQMPANYI

giving me this piece of-information. I Had heard it before from ?

another source. Florida expects the democratic voters yi the

State to vote( for"a democrat, and not vote for the
+- 'J. sentative of the trusts of the United States. dlrect'repre'I'I S.r

/ I dare Senator Taliaferro to make an

.' above affidavit made by me is untrue, and find any reputableman 6. M. CULL. MANAGER I" ::1LA.

Get a SUIT and try It- who will join-him in affidavit'' to that effefct. Their ST. CLOUD i=- ,
cause is a desperate one. The business of those behind him is ,
"Ol" -
1 pillage. Put it down b'v defeating their representative. I have PULL LINE OF
refrained from using expressive language so far. but the courseof GENERAL HARDWARE
Senator Taliaferro and some of his friends irt sending out the I, lool, FCNCI.a. Furniture. Parch ollHand V.r..e... . (j1.J;".i'rt, Crock. 1 .'
cry d UI..e. F.IILLo of dent* PrrrLNrp. ,
vile falsehoods against me warrant me in writing thib kind of I H.h
and Cap* |.adi' Hone
COMPLETE ,LINE AT letter. ,. _ _ :.

I call upon my friends to show Senator Tahaferro's sup- GRAIN, FEED AND FERTILIZERS .:

porters this affidavit and letter from me, and ask them to insist
Grocery Located on N. Y. Ave., :2! doors from St. Cloud I
that their candidate Hotel
shall make a showing to them
proper or Hanfwuie Store P..nn. Ave.. near 11th St. 't tOUR
I get out of the race for circulating false slanders against his // j.
a JOHN90Y'
,,opponent, Don't get angry. Remain captain of your own trm PumCAMH .. Rrdre.F'VRNITVRE .
C. W.
DAMN'S ship Take her to a safe anchorage on the Seventh day of > > -:----"- \ I ge. "

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.i The- issiiee j valley Gazette! Beware of eleventhhour their respective:. homes; <*nd drove them I i I : STALLION J
out to Miss Carroll' V>*tty fountry' o'

, PUBLISHED ]' falsehoods "sprung.too place, where everyone Is always sure of,I S. ',

EVEBeVPB1DAY. ,, a hearty welcome. ,The day was spent\o Will Be Used Breeders r r.::
'1' Office Jn Valley .. late for contradiction. childish Free By fifteen ;
in perfect abandonment _of
7 Ia : FLA. This KissimmeePark
undone in CountyTd '
: .. pleasure, nothing being by : .

vii Rlb,'. Editor .nfl..Prop'r, I.. -Senator- Talidferro'skiends' the hostess that would add to the hap- I the Stock Growers and. 'Breeder of .

' 9.'J*' TR I t>LETT. AwocUte Editor. : have made* only pineal of her little.guests. The featureof Osceola County Florida: .. '" .
: 0: the the good dinnf of fried
day was
. '|10\\ Gentlemen--The'Breeders Bureau of .
SUBSCRIPTION RATES: chh ken, cake cream, :and otber .
.)._,.O_ 7.'" . , . . .11 00te l i 6 tateincntH,. that are which'il.s Car deU-1''I thJk Forida Live Stock ahd Agricultural u ,
.) .>. month .... . thingb
$"'te Fair Association, of Jacksonville --
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little"party returned
circulate The
All ............nleatlon.. xmpffixmi. our author-' TRUE, and will not ,- noted. 1'|I Fla.,' being Interested in ,t411, Improvement -
*lad eoiTMpondvnta. ,must b' .Um.d by t... writer I IRoJoeted '' in the afternoon in. high spirits, bearing and. the encouragement of the Is on'the SOUTHEAST 'Shore, ,.
matter will not b.. rstum.4 too'toto. for'investigationXatid '
. .unaa[L any away a memory of the occasion that .
red far.tabt.r.d _. breeding horses In this state, it has -
---- will with them through life. The j '
at UM Pmtome In K......._ Fla.1. ..u j reply go placed with Mr. J. S. Stratton of Kissimmee r of LAKE TOHOPEKALIGA, ,
consisted of Cecil and Roy Pren-
ond-clma mall mattArl' party ? (!: ,, F-la.'the three y' 'tir: bid bay,
1:1: = .--d. -- I Us, Lillian and Totsie Prentia. Margaret -,, "
j 1J11d aS'.. June 8.1010. I If you heatanything i and Mattie 'Stanford and Lucy i':o thoroughbred" stallion "Chehalis, by'" ,'i and therefore has water "
e "John F, dam "Age Brgnnen,. 1 '

A he",publication has reach our desk/ againgt Senator1* Taliuf ** 'Pearce. subject to the following term and con- i protection' from frost'. 'AIt . '
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The Two Sinners. ditions i I I .
called the State Retail Dealers] Magazine demand the : e e .. .
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It,.!is what it* name indicates, 0 She was a .woman worn and thin, This stallion Chehalis is to give .. .

D i' the official organ of the retail dealer PROOF. who the world condemned for a,single I free service to fifteen mares per season was quoted last'w-eek as being on ..

of Florida. It Is a neat' well gotten I: thing. They cast her out of the King's >I for five years; these mares must be the West Sho-e -this was an error.'

I and does credit its founder I and owned in the county of Osceola, or ad- .. ..
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up magazine : Street Cars Wanted highway, passed by aa they
joining counties, and must be the property -
*. ,: erlt.\:.pril .-- He was a man and more .
Editor Gazette: blame but the him of others than the immediate rela- !
to world spared a ,
The St. Cloud Tribune reached this I' you< is full bearing "
us < We show
Every citizen of Kissimmee is justly breath of shame. Beneath his feet he tives of J. S. Stratton. can
week! .JA a much improved condition, advancement i 1 Whenever there are fifteen applicants untouched by the
proud of Xhe wonderful saw her lie, but raised his hand and and Guavas that were
;/ Roth in the character of its reading I that is being made in almost department I ; per season for the free service of this
every her
passed by. They were. the people winter. This is one of the .
1 1o cold last
materand mechanical appearance. 1 stallion service; shall be allowed to but wave
; of the city, but I ,think it is who went to pray in the temple of Godon ,
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new editor, Mr. R. W. Jolly, is evidently to be regretted that the improvements the Holy day. They scorned the one mare per applicant per season,.but few places in this section where such ten

a most capable newspaper man, and do not include a street railway. For woman, forgave the man 'twas ever '! whenever there are less than fifteen ap- unhurt.
( ; ter vegetation was -
will make the Tribune a power for goodto I rapid transit, those .who are able to provide thus since the world began. Time I plicants-per season, additional services "

all of Florida-as well as this section. such mode of travel have their automobile -I, passed on, the woman died, on a cross may be allowed] to applicants having

v We extend him the moat cordial greeting ; but this leaves out a large 0 of shame she was crucified. The world I more than one mare sufficient to bring

and wish him every success. proportion of our people who do not was stern, and would;:; not yield and! the',total number of free services per Kissimmee Valley Land Co.
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and do hot horse and I 1: season to fifteen.
Practically the entire first page of own cars, seep a they buned her .in the potters field. up .
Never mind how tired of To dates, etc., for such free .
the Kissimmee Gazette last week Was : 0 The man died, too. and they buried i I
filled with ,good boosting stories for these may be, there ill no escape from him in a casket of cloth with silver service, address Mr. J. S. Stratton J. E. MATTOCKS.: MANAGERA

"footing" it, only when some one who KiRsimmee, Fla.. direct.
brim and said turned
that splendid section of our state. In ; as they away,
4 theeditorial column- find this: I is riding in his vehicle is good enough | "We have buried a noble man to-day." Trusting that you will freely avail I

IV.j t'. "We will gamble our lone thirty cent j i to give. him a lift a thing that does not I Two mortals knocked at Heaven's yourself of this opportunity to secure

}: that Kispimmee has fewer 'broke' men | happen very often ,II gate, stood face to face to inquire the services of this stud and that the 'f - ..
ft. r. I I have nothing to say against auto- ': their fate. He carried withan same Will prove greatly to your advantage j : o
t., than/ any ot.ber'city in the United I. a passport : Mr. W. S. Graham and two bright
4y" States." I mobiles, except that under the management I, earthly sign, and she a pardon from ," I am with best wishes to you all, Preacher's Version of the Twenty- i' little eons of Live Oak spent a few

,; ir And further down is this one; of some who occasionally act aa''i i love divine. 0 ye who judge 'twixt (Truly yours. I Third Psalm. 'I I days in the city last week on a visit to
chauffeurs, they are dangerous to pe- which H. D. BROWN, I Mr. Graham's mother Strick is an
virtue and think enteredparadise9
thousand vice
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;., dollars' worth of new buildings tn destrians. Such drivers make a large Not he who the world had __ __-_Gen. Manager.Now I 1.1 he saloon keeper m my shepherd old friends Kissirnrjiec here who boy are and always has glad hosts to see of
amount of noise, also, and t se..m'to dunng this campaign, I shall not wat.t.
course of construction: or contractedfor said would win, for the woman was '<; IS a good time to take a glanceover I :, him
think that no one has a right to street 2. He maketh me to He down on theLocal
will ushered Walt !Mason. ,
I I. in Kissimmee, and that amount in. your backyards. and devise some
; 1" material room but themselves. But aside from f .Option platform. He leadethme I Messrs N, Johnson and P M. Moore, .
be doubled as soon as building plan to ontracise the fruit cans and o
d o of all this' the automobile is not adapted The' Pioneer Plumbing Shop"Is .against!; Prohibition. He prexenteth\: Vice \president. and director respectively .
l can be obtained to say nothing nearly rubbish which have accumulated since of the Suwannee Hiver Bank at
,:' fifty thousand dollars bemg.txiatnded1 .tb p /Iic demand for transportation.We essentially what we style it, a the, last installment was removed. me with bouquets and I proclaim that White Springs, are spending' today inthe

S to install water works and sewerage /ant street car s..rvice. and must "plumbing shop. We do not infringe o You can generally judge of the occupants his business is legal city, having come down to inspect
have it, or it will not( be long until the i '{. ,Yea though I change my platform I the new burglar alarm system of thi/
further the the
i. Our boosting contemporary upon carpenters bricklayers or of a house by the condition in Bank. .
want of such convenience' Will assume i ten times to avoid the vall..y'.and i Citizens
on says."From: any trade outside of our calling, therefore which the front and back yards art
I that effect I I will lear evil Mr U.) L Morrison wno until
a phase may our prosperityseriously. i shadow of defeat, no recently -
have traveled when
1 those who over we protest other trades encroach -- kept. In a general sense we all prideourselves
S the liquor traffic and the saloon people, wax employed' as a deputy by
the state dunng the past two months i I upon ours. We carry a fair on being cleanly and tidy. o County Clerk .Donegan, arrived in the

r we learn that the drouth has done less I D. M. BREAKER. ,j jt stock of our trade's goods in our shop Hume aod its surroundings above all they comfort me ; city-last Sunday afternoon accompanied

damage to groves and gardens in and t which is a tangible asset of our ean1Pstendeav.r places in the world, should tie scrupulously 4. They prepare a table before me by his bride, formerly Miss Alzina Gria.I .
V I k A-Spend-the-Day Party. in the presence of the fanatics. They I wood, to whom he was recently married
around Kissimmee than other ec- to accommodate the
any public.
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at her home in Outline, Ok la. They
sr, i tion visited, owing, of course to the i One of the pleasantest occasions of We solicit the public patronage to enable influent-en. Exchange- annoint me by cheering my speeches. I were guests while here of Mrs. C. V.
lakes in this the week was a "spend-the-day" to -- -- I until my head m turned will!] vanity Bearden. with whom Mr. Morn formerly -
res 'v numerous locality. party us expand into a permanent --- -- -- ; won
A good territory boosted tirelessly by given by Miss Carroll to a number of "home industry. There will be a Box Social at the The cup of my pride runneth over I boarded! On Monday morning
'i Woodmen's Hall in St. Cloud on next 5. Surely their leadership shall followme they left on the northbound train to
good such as Kissimmeehas her little friends. At an early hour "Li\e and Let Live.
l a newspaper Wednesday June 8, at 8: o'clock, for to the election, and I shall dwell ID I visit other point* in the state and will
I. bound to attract attention and Wednesday morning Cecil Prentia gath-I H. EDMOND SWAUKY, the benefit of the W. O. W. Kia imI the House' of Representatives, for a | eventually locate in Jacksonville, where

U develop. Penaacol Journal. ered the little people together 23-2t Proprietor. I mee people especially invited. season.Ex.. Mr: Morrison has. good position. '

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Gazette Picture framed at the Home Store' Mr. and Mrs. Leonard William of R..H. Brock of Cowley county. Kan-

Rooms to Lpughman-ar,In the city today. I*.., i I. }n our' lty, and after visiting '
< rent, Oak and Main
TELEPHONE NO. 11. ;streets. Mrs Plummer.corner ,, 23-tf The bank sections of Florida the Nelson RealtyCo r SOCIETY HAPPENINGS .. 4
,- r are closed today in honorof sold him two 6-acre lot in Pited! e. .
I Have the birthday of Jefferson Davis. where he intends building! a nice home. r
,you !seen it:. The big red case. ..
I!I 23tf' City ,fruit Store The Nelson Realty Col: sold Mr. M. A. Mr. Eugene Bryan 'of' Jacksonville, MISS INEZ CARSON:: $odcty. Editor ,"
McDonald two 5-acre tracts in Pinedale l
Just think of' it, Cho olate plates.\ who holds a responsible position with

e. HAAAIEI __ .. ,1Jc) a pound. City Fruit Store. last: weeks Air t *< the Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Co., Any _. .Mat In 10 ha will b.;,.i pplc4t.1., PMo,,. lVe.4r. r "
e. === ==:=:=- c-::=-===;::: : u Mr. arrived home this week to spend a ,
C. W. Ward left Wednesday tlMn.
For Sale-Second-hand. cooking,; range night for Philadelphia and will be three weeks vacation with', his parenur "
cheap., 22-21 Lee. away Judson Jacobs / Haines Meiisrti Howard and
.- J. M. all .' tMessrs () city -Edgar Katz" i
Weather' Next Tuesday June 7th, is the !date was the truest of the Misses YowelllasV \ who have been attending the Missouri ,
Report Watch :tor iga';. al I lot Beauchamp Steftee and Pat. for the second p/imary and ever voter )Saturday.Mrs. / . School of Mine for the past term

... 23tf- City Fruit Store. ,Johnson have returned from the State in the county should feel It utyflo ." ,. are at home for the' summer month, i. ..

_Following are the daily.tem Licit your ptoperty with R. D.,Waring ;University at Gainesville' turn United out State andregister Senator and his Representative choice for- R. O. Bowden and baby Eve- I I Thelr many.friends are delighted to lee -

for lyn of are the of Mr.and .
quick sale 23-tf Lawtey guests '
peratures and precipitation as 'The Nelson Realty Co. is having a # Mrs Mw CoineE.Jtliss : ' .. ... 'f.
reported by: the Government For Sale-Milk" cows., Apply. to W. telephone farm in Park installed the house On 'their< Mrs. R. M., Evans left last week for I.and Mrs. Chas. "M.. Brlttain, and,,
station KUsimmee for the Bl. .3fln8On" ,re tdence. 22-St-pd Oxford, Ga., to spend the summer with E. B. Carson, spent. a few days, three attractive children are expected -,. . '

week ending,! June.2, 19JO.. Buy from us and get thread for Mr. S. H. Bullock has moved hi* real her parents. Professor Evan will in DeLand last week, the guest of Mr.,' !! tomorrow" to spend a few days: .
nothing. Ask At Darin's.your 22-tf :estate and insurance office to,rooms. ,in spend a few week with relatives in G. A. Dreka and Miss E. D. Coulter. the guests of Mrs. C. A. Carson. ,Their
III.X HIM. aAiM us. the State Bank building. Tampa' and go up to Georgia/ later In .- many friends will be delighted'. to see' +

Friday . . . . 87 71 .12" watches Go-to J. M. Post to get yourjewelry' 23-ti The real estate Srm'of"': L. A. Mini &-1 the summer Misses Vivian Lee* Kate O'Berry and them. ,

Saturday . 89 -71 . and clocks repaired Co. has moved its office to'quarters in.' Mrs. Frederick Macintosh returnedto Mildred,Lee'spent a day in St. Cloud -

Sunday. . . 85 .69 '.';:"" To prevent typhoid and malaria use the State Bank building. the city last,week,after an absenceof last week as the guests of Mrs. Cleve.' Misses( Elmer Smith and K teO'BeITJ'i
: several month with her daughter Outlaw. I
Fenole. Osceola Pharmacy distributors. spent gave a launch ride last night on the 4
Monday . 92 '66 21-St Mr. L. E. Rolfe i Ie clearing and im-. near Sanford, and at present i ie "Linda." Those present were Misses '1

Tuesday. . . !93 68 . proving his lands in Pinedale-helping stopping with her niece, Mrs. Paul Misses Ruby Ellis and Marietta Elmer Smith Kate O'Berry, Vivian -
Wednesday. . 88 69 .46 Don't forget to see Dr.-Breaker about to make Kissimmee grow. Yates, on North Main street Phann. who have been attending i Bftn- Lee, Mildred Lee, Rachel Leake' Mar. .

that monument or grave stone you au College, are at home for their va I gene Belle Bearden, Annie Canon,
Thursday . . 94 65 . Rev A. M. Chlsholm' subject at the R. D. Waring; reports th' sale this r,.
want. 23-lt Christian church next Sunday morningwill cation. Their many friends are greeting . ,May Robert. Elizabeth Carson Ines
week of D. Y. Johnson's at .
! grove them most Carson and Mean Howard Kate Staa'I'
-- Prentis. sells Kimball pianos and or be,' "Pray, Have Me excused!: Campbell to S. B. Lilard.) Jr., of Alexandria ,. ley Bullock, Charles Moon, Edgar Kate. .
! gans. See him at The Home Store. Va.,'also one thousand acres ,of Gus Smith Eugene Bryan Mrs Smith
Lee and
! ------------"" 21-tf the Mr. Bandy family arrived in land between .tampbell: and Reedy The members of the B. 'Y. P. U. and,1[and Mrs. leech chaperoned. r
city this week'from Dania and will .
their friends had .
, creek to Mr. Wright of Cnicago.\ a delightful time last '. "
Spray with Female and rid of spend a couple ot.weeke with relatives. on'the
get : Friday night city dock at a dock nMeun.
THE LOCAL FIELD. 5 mosquitoes. Get it at Osceola Pharmacy returned Sunday Miss Lillie Farnsworth} arrived in the ged $ ,
I 21-St Miss Florrie Sharpe on city from Snfbrd, where she has been enjoy ;:J theniseely eethoroughlly.A/ Will and Ell Orerstreet 4 4
from Visit Orlando
a to bringing teaching, last Saturday to spend a few who have been engaged in packing and .Jj
her friend Mis Jessie who will I 4 <<
Use Plank's Chill- Tonic. Guaran- White days visiting Miss Mattie Bandy and snipping vegetable on the lower East
Nyw..M+KwwHwN"''''-- teed. Price 25 cents. Sold by all remain a flew day other friends. Later she Mrs. H. C. Stanford and her twq' Coast- .returned home last week to '- I, ,

druggists.,,; u117-8 Messrs.. Howard and Katz returned Tampa to spend some time Wither i daughters, Mi8se..Margaretand Mattie> spend a'', after which they will .
Wade the tuner. Orlando. brother, Mr; Chas. Farnsworth. will: leave Monday for LosAngeles, Cal go to Fort Valley,:G-to assist in removing .. .1' ,
home from Rolla Mo. .
New line Dorothy Dodd oxfords. just Wednesday where they will, spend the summer / the'peach crop. .
received in our shoe. department., At where they have been .attending theMlsoUrracboolorMines ..
IiwellingaforrentapplytoM.-- C. W. Dann'a. 22-tf : - - Mr Er-Wr Duryeaof Boon Iowa-!, ,- -
ler. arrived in the city Wednesday on a
,Mr.: J. W. Lilly returned to the" citya tour, with a view to locat .
Dr. Breaker has two to OrfCR EXTRAORDINARY
Look for the big red case.City rent, furnished or unfurnished good ,rooms suitablefor few days ago from Oviedo, .where he prospecting section. Mr. Duryea i is a [ 10 .

Fruit; Store. ? man and wife. 23-lt has invested in a large body of land valued subscriber to the valley Gazzette,
which he expects to colonize. and induced to to Kissimmeeby
was come '
WANTED--A q$od milk cow. -' =' = : '.
I young =c- :-(<
Ful lme ladies'' children's and'meg'sbathing attendance what he saw of our many advantagesin '
22-tf D.. N.' Floyd.For Attenntion, Leaguers'! A full ,
suits, and slippers. Prices its column
fresh fish, phone the Hull Bass 50c suit up. At caps Dann's.' 22-tf i is earnestly requested for Mon- .
Market No. 189. 18-tf day afternoon'emeettngiMary -- Mr. M. C. Brock and family of Ken- central Florida J
R Aultman President)
Lo t-A' iamond screw stud. A lib- tucky, Who moved to Apopka some | windermere ,

For dressed poultry' phone the Rull eral reward will be paid, if found by Mr Slater Reed l returned last week months ago, arrived in Kissimmce this 1
Bass Market. No. 189. 19-tf addressing 468; city- 21-tf from Cowetett, Rhode Island where he week and will make this place their NATURES. SANITARIUM .d
I I went to accompany Mrs. Heed.aqd! Mr. permanent home. Mr. Brock has purchased -
Agency of the White Star Ladndryat Boys, have you seen the new line of I J. W. Slater who will spend the sum ner a five-acre tract in Pinedale! -.oNE OF NATURE'S BEAUTY SPOTS- ..!
the Home Store.. Phone 154. I pants, same as men's five and six' dolor at that pi ace. .. and has already begun clearing/ and improving -
kind1'Prue 1
way down. At Dann' .
for fall
i Auto livery, day or night. Call S. Mesdames S. B. Aultman, H. C. it preparatory a crop. IN THE LAKE REQION OF ORANGE COUNTY <.4j
166. 17tf Stanford and W. J. Winn will leave t
I W. Downing( phone Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Willson, Jr., left ,
. Oflice fixtures filing cabinets and next Tuesday for University City! Mo.,, '
Mutton fresh, fat and fine, at the labor saving devices' of all kinds Yaw- to attend a convention of the American Monday night for New York by way of THE "COUNTY OF FRUITS AND VEGETABLES" 1
the Mallory line, taking the boat at ,
Hull Bass Market, phone 189. 19-tf
Woman's .
man & Erbe make. See PrentiH at the League. Tampa. Mrs. Willson will spend the

- 5 or 6 doses "666" will cure any case Home Store. tf Mr Richard R.Hamilton and Mr, John summer in the metropolis, but Mr. ... .....i..
; of Chills and Fever. Price 2Cc. 14-emo''I Wanted- Bids for plowing twenty' Hamilton, of New York City, were irt Willson will return in two weeks, his '
I 1 I acres in Park dardien Work to be Kissimmee this week and bought fifteen real estate business being of such mag ) d ,
Fresh bread every wily also fancy done See Nelson Co. acre in Kismmmee' Park. They w ill nitude as to require his' almost constant I P al 5 1 : soon Realty: or +
groceries fruits and! candies at Mrs. put out a fruit at once. attention. y 1Nd.
I Kegero's. 19-tf writ N A Clay Mt. Vernon, t). 20tf I grape grove .

MarhmeH for
Sewing -Agency Singer
LaRue Young & .aithrr's de
machines Cash or on easy payments . .,t d .d -
licious Tampa ice cream None better.
tf tOO per month Machines rented.
Wholesale retail.
or 21-tf The Home Store. rmu '
For Sale-Six milk cows with calves, x
I can Hell your Orange grove for a reasonable 4
all fresh. $25 to $75 each. -
Il>-tf Z. W. BASS. price on short notice.. List with
me and allow m. a chance to verify this VOTE FOR .

Our candy is guaranteed absolutely statement. 2-J-tf; R. L>. Waring, 4 PM t'r fi t o
pure, and is made in the most sanitary Psi t s. iyl. r Ch dww :
factory in the world. For Sale-Cow and ralf The reason .N f f:1
Niemeyer d Wiley. fur her. that we have no time to lie i. .
care Cheap if sold at once '
I Ceawy ,
resident 23-tf .one Star Ranch. s
For bargains in property, .
f I truck lands and orange groves call on N. B. -'
r H. M. Breaker. Kl almmee. Fla. 4-tf For SaleRhode' Island Red eggs. I., t I, --ii: :
1.00 per setting of 15. None better ; t. '.,
After November 16th wood will be Orders left at Bass & Porter's store wi os 0
.NeN lab
'1,26 a stran delivered. will receive. prompt attention i w ..iD
Kissimmee! Lumber Co. SEABbRU:;) & CRAWFORD,
20-4t pd Pinedale Chicken Farm.

For choice I&acre suburban home .
Kissimmee Gardens. 40 acres of land near a beautiful-lake,
tracts, see
20-tf J. M. Wflttbn Jr 34 miles from St. Cloud;.VSs thtfV a ,. t. FortTr! or .1
nyorl t.
mile rrom school; 25 acrirt cleared and :
Fenole drives away and kills flies, fenced; all good, .soil, net and productive .
_ mosquitoes and all other insects. Get ; some beautiful hammock land; i BROWARDTHE
r it at Osceola Pharmacy ;!13Fof bearing grove of tfxacres of oranges, ,
and location .1.1The
grapefruit tangerines; pretty iy V1
'Rent Furnished, or unfurnished Price $4,800; time on half if' de. MAP or, ORANGE CO., FLA., SHOWING WINDERMERB COLONY LANDS. vAjf ; } i
hou&6 of 7 rooms, electric lighted '
sired This is an excellent property, ..i.Mf
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Address P. O. Box 546. pq j'.fM48S is
throughout. worthy of close investigation;, 'I ; ,
16-tf. Nelson Realty Co. I '" Windermere colony is'located in tend to make it one of the leading inland.;'., :. 1

the beautiful lake region of Orange I winter home resorts of Florida. They .f
An intelligent/ person may earn $100 Mr. B. Dickersorr has returned
Atlantic CoastLine will live right in Windermere with you; '
monthly corresponding for newspapers. Ins trip to Georgia, and Hays things County, Florida, on the f
No eanva "ilng. Send for particulars. are dull and dragging while down herein Railway, fourteen miles north- their families are there, their interest

Press Syndicate:! B 2245 Lockport, N Y old Florida everything is booming west of Kissimroee, and on the county are there'and their money I I. inve.ted'.. .f,

and shows great progress. Mr. Dicker- road nine miles west of Orlando, there. ; :
For Cyphers Incubators, poultry supplies son is much better satisfied now than clay G"
and Arthur G. Dustin strain ever that Kissimmee is good enoughfor V the county seat of Orange ounty. TERMS .

I White Wyandotte eggs hundred., see G. 5-tf E. him, and is not only watching. but \ No healthier spot in Florida no malaria -. ,,. ...,....- ,
1 Takach. Eggs $5.00 per is helping to make it grow. "
Our land are 5 to 20 feet above 10-ACRE FARM-BUILDING LOT: Y ;
Anyone anywhere can start a mail W. A. Quinn, who was convictedof lake level and 120 to 130 feet above sea
order business at home. No canvass manslaughter in Orlando last week MAN 60x126 AT WINDERMERE, ORAKGtCOUNTY. a
ing. Be your Own boss. Send for free and sentenced to four years in the pen level, with nature's perfect drainage.No }'

booklet. Tells how. Heacock, A 2144, itentiary, was in the city Tuesday on'' marsh or. swamp land on the. entire . FLORIDA. AND ONff->l .'.,

Lockport. N. Y. his way to St. Petersburg to visit hi.mnth..r tract SHARE OF OSCEOLA LAND' AND '

Berkshiresow Through his attorney.--tJol.! No one of the ten, fifteen or twenty as. .
For Sale-Thoroughbred Jno.; :" M. Cheney;; notice of appeal to INVESTMENT COMPANY STOCK'I '.
and two sow pigs about 4 monthsold. the Supreme Court was given and he acre farms offered for sale is over five : \\1\

Apply to was released on.91,000 bail miles from Windermere, nor more than PAR VALUE $$100.00. ALL. FOB: 4' :11
C. W. FUNK who stands for principle
23-3t pd Hilliard's Island. Sheriff C. F. Prevatt returned on three mile from a railway station. $2 0.00 .... -1

Monday from Dawson, Ga., where he You can live at Windermere and be J.5";
I WantedParty to fence 5 acres of went to arrest Chas. McLendon, who i.charaed i. not power; for the people within easy distance of your grove andtruck .. : !.1.'
land, plow and sow the land .to peas'also with securing-money on several " .- ...10
the license ol f
reliable to 20 acres and faenjoyingall !
party plow forged checks in this city a few
put it in' shape to cultivate. weeks ago. As usual the Sheriff succeeded not corporations ; for country life-and have all the advantage You will be given 30 day In hJcla'to it:

Nelson Realty Co. hi capturing his man and now of the town. Every farm fronts a examine: land allotted to you before ,

For surf bathing, fishing, boating and has him safely behind the bars to await public highway.We contract purchase become blnditif 1,f.,4' '; z

automobiling, go to the Atlantic Hotel, the action of the Circuit Court.A equal rights before the are not putting people on small upon both parties, and if at any time'I.I. '

Coronado Beach. Directly the ocean. card from Mr and Mrs. NormanG. farms located on a thirty or forty within said-thirty.days, upon 'exsmln-' '[

Garage in connection. Summer rates. Cooper states that they arrived at law not class legislation.BROWARD thousand acre tract of undeveloped tion of property you are .diuatJa ed'I: _
Mabbett Prop
Mrs. I. ,
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. their home in Oberlin. Ohio, in time for r land. Within this five-mile radius of with your property, you may exchange ,
, Wash and Be Clean-We call particular Memorial Day. After leaving Kissimmee other allotment of the '
Windermere, covering our land maybe same any '
they visited St. Augustine, New ""
bath-tubs attention, guaranteed to our also porcelain-lined lavatories, York City and other places of interest found over TWO THOUSAND ACRESof same value remaining unsold, or hare Pi ,., -'\1'
..\ closets, sinks, etc. much of the time wishing for Kisaim- bearing groves (oranges and grape- your money back.. ''f a (2
I mee weather. Mrs. E. K.!: Barden, sis interested in Florida land .
The Pioneer Plurnbing Shop. fruit), in addition to cultivated farm you are .
I ter of Mrs. Cooper, I i" at Quincy, Mich. :
21-5t Box 625. Mr. Cooper gladly notes the new build- and truck lands. What other colony a* a permanent or winter home br a* .. <'q

Dr. J. C- Davis!, \licensed optician by ing boom in. Kissimnee. proposition in Florida- can offer these an investment, don't miss' this oppor ..\.," ". Itu

- State Optical Board can be seen at advantages. ity. This offer Is on a groondftoor'7.: 'I':-' ;' .
Park Hotel for glasses. Headache of several Mayor hours Murphy in the city on Wednes Windermere\ ideally located, bordered basis, and.will yield a profit of from
relieved with glasses by 1"J
years Dr. Davis.standing Eyes tested tree. Don t day. While here, the mayor paid a. on the east by Lake Down, on the 100 to 1,000 per cent to purchasers before .,. '

neglect children's eyes. 14-tf short visit to the Tribune efface. He was west by Lake Butler, beautiful fresh the year is out. a'"t

.your in fine spirits and spoke very cordially water lakes, full of game flsh. In ad- Make all checks, draft, money orders ',
If Mayor Murphy is a tried as a public servant and
sell. was
Wanted Your property to regarding city. {
and dition to the natural advantages, Wind- , etc., payable to the State Bank of 4ti a ;
you have property for sale and are willing broadminded: progressive man, our :
to sell it at its honest value we I i neighbor town i is wise in keeping his hand ermere will have schools and churches, I Kissimmee, Kissimmee, Fla., to be ,',

can place it for you and get you the at the helm. The Mayor stated" that electric light plant, tourist hotel, banks, : credited to the account of the Osceola ;.

. the money.west We, and have are a prepared good clientage to serve in I exslat I, i proved faithful-as United States Senator etc. The men back of this colony' In- I Land- and Investment Company. -l\lI \

your interests faithfully. List your -St. Cloud Tribune A"
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r property with us. Nelson Realty Co. I I Mr. H. E. Bryan, until recently I ( ) 1 ;

special agent for the Atlantic CoastLine he will be true to Democracy ands l
For Sale-Two ten acre lots on Vine with headquarters at Tampa, has ,
street, in Kissimmee, one partly cleared I'', located Kissimmee and will be hereafter .
for 660, and the other for- $550. connected with the sheriff's office
Good trucking land, easily drained and +1 I in the capacity of deputy. Mr. Bryan to Florida. InvestmentCompany
irrigated or suitable for poultry or I served three years as special agent for
(dairy; also a fie orange grove of ten I the Coast Line, during which time he = '
.'acres, with ten acres of cultivated land proved his ability in detecting crime
adjoining, good buildings, tools and and handling criminals of-all classes,
equipment. A bargain at$5x500. Termsto and we congratulate Sheriff Prevatt on '
suit purchaser. G. y. Kribbs.! his good fortune in securing such an STATE BANK ..f. & & Ki S S'mm'i.r
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'W.TICEL THE CASE FOR HOME TRADE. work with Clio scuntblc step of making _ u _ _

a general study of conditions so as to I

4 Nobne U hereby given' I"allh.. following described landt.. or no mm h thereof i aye| vri I beBuxtaaaary Easy to 8.. How Money 8p.rtt at know what things needed to be done. .
", to pay due for Uiet herein But: O|><> tbq[ sslne, togi lnr with yawl' lit Horn. H.lpa Yourself their relative Importance the obvious Ideal Fertilizers
Mich naliand : :'tr'oouI: be Bold at public auction, on Honda, th.Ui tiny of July. A n. '
' 14110,10 front of lheOourt'\'lo".e\ door at Miwlmmee. in Ihc I.'ollulyol! Ow'.obandHtateO, f ii'rmriMCBimoNot' Let's sit down for a minute, friend order of their accomplishment and "
# -- -- -- -- - -' and talk over this matter of buying similarly useful points.
Irr a.!e '" .. :C ICe E goods that you dou't Bee and feel, for The queaUoD of paving and boule- : SIZE 'AND QUALITY I II

U" ,.( t ri.Nit' l'U which you end your money a thousand barding the main street ,appealed toAD
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4 . r'I suppose. I Our citrus. booklet entitled: FERTILIZING
____.:.-......."_*'.... to'i'4'"I."I.. just for the sake of the argument that t ; -t I. QUALITY is now for distribution. The !FOR SIZE AND
-, !0 ' >> 2lal )4nbavMatn.siog[ 4lor," Kubankt, 'W A"I( r1 article on citrus"culture j .
55tf se !U.t.\Jt- '\\j1.-_ '.8/ : 0 MwVageIW'a! :'",.,,.7e/ when you get It ;you. aren't .satisfied' qa .. Is of special interest at this season when size and quality,can be ;v'g; 13'21.33'IO'! '; Paats.ULVr.' : :1N what then? so easily influence l, and when the grower:( so keenly realizes the importance .,It
Iw" y, of nw lend aw !Jiof u\'- !< and. ewf I li:' 2u81ev.: SavBKf. W If ,0", Well 1 hear you-say, "They promiseto r 3I of producing a fancy product. ___< :

h ,4 ofselandBellorswl4* ,It =..,.,' .". II) -*\''!:''. W II 'o.JW I take It buck and glrc me- bock mymoney. Following the urtjdf is n full. Iiesarlption of our J DEA formulas
'Ji'of'nw"'f. : q '" .li.hun I. Hlinn. .'I ." SU' lOse they do promise In: ,for summer application.rtfil .
8""r .tof awl le.e a .1..1.711| ynrdx w' I.
, there cortaluty that will send + [ Frill unit I .11(11/1!/
aoroaH u aide uf 411 I. w.' or I M CIcIlnnd' l. OilY they i ? / it
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1 .. .., I your money back wlicu you want IL 11'.s) X/icriiil Fruit uinl I'u i \\f '
I Btsg ue cor of .1{, of u\v la rune a I. i <
yd. W 4411!ydH, u li>:5 *ilMeX ., u 4s' pd.' _,. 5. .. t AriKiIU. W T I'' I Immediately or send all of It buck} ..
' of ue'Y'' .. ... .. ... _t ,. :;.1)p. .', rh''n".1 I n . '. -' And Isu't your lime worth more to I /)rl'II1II1''nlll pins 1'rnr.3fu mi i cII" _
S>* of aW! of aw'f ,hiss beg BH run"
1' f I ) : ) : 'Ik- ;! ','boon.. pnlll ..i2' you than: frilling It away}" In correspondence dt 7's'/Ii,Grade Fruit and fine I It '

,. : i with n house t>o fur quay t f.okJt..JD"AL! ; : RESULTS: ''
': : ...Sk. !'V Oil"l *.pu| 19rtory 7' FERTILIZERS-: i ...
1' that If Its reply Isn't Hntlsfactory you gives pictorial proof[ the merit of above brands. GET IT!

.},, .NHiofn5ii.o'.V.: I! :;; : s IHMf 0 tt I'HrkHi Sullivan, lack W' 11( .Ir 1 i :"I n1 I cau'f pack your bund Jrlplnd go and I Callon our Jocalslpnt'I: I

!. ,!0u 4)tr "t'atrlrk. J J .. IJu I get your money personally? WATEHS As CA11SON JKOCKHY.; CO., ;l
; a0e ->II "'ulllv..n.W11 JrUurknr "I '
Perhaps 1 cuu't whatI
-I 1' :abv JaritHatton 1 10'. you any get. or address ,'lI -

(; NeU of IIW" toes landB owned l b y A Jiwli want In my home town." That maybe ..- .... ...._ _.- .._... ..... . "
arw. r ... .. ... :.!ol :i.. . I "1. 8e ............. .. .. .. .. I' :lZ"O IMI' I I1111tLronerd. .. I, '" you : Co. ;
W of .wu 01 and w>l. of wifj" of may be worth your while to go a little iDJuaL"-riBOE OF PABKIMO. Florida
'6 aw1L .. .. ... .... .. 11 2,',. ::1.10'10 Hlltui. Hour ,. .. ., .I.14J out of your way and do your tradIng From American City New York.J I
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tN .. n E2'e to itrpkxun.. 1M. nl' .. .
Jndlv'41io:1ti net t .uda.t( at home. If Smith on the street i, some strongly, and a campaign In '
and DO\i of ow'TfWU t.or. .... ,; 6. 1e 2') tinhorn .. .0 near you hasn't got what you want ,I that direction has come to a successful
1 ; of loli 1, aod : ft s acd 611.' '
perhaps Brown, two squares away has termination. The street is wide t'I
f I w of n* oor of lot 1 run 1174 a very "
ft.wl'2 {I.07. ft.e 178 ft to berr 18 2lII: U Iw.rHon. Alfred .. J.-J1 : It, or Robinson, a quarter of mile I
$ 4 .ew.}{oflw ( .. ... ... . .. .... :lS' 210 27e 4''') .Palmer. H F ... ... .i III a j one and it has been paved with brick N. F.
Lot A, blokTjUary; B.: Morgan' away from your home At any rate 'j I on 'both sides, .and a parked area BASS
division oft neVi! of net!. of lot I, it takes less' time to to the I
f ... .. . .... ... I :.'.:. :Jlc Farnsworth, WDilution .. .. .4'IIf try get through center. has been developed
tail. block 61'Ruun.> rdetiots .. . 1 U, i.ot ..'l| I want at home than it does I with lawns and shrubs.
Kiaslmmee JKY to write for them and watt for them to The work' in the meantime extended -
7 sod R, bUt 0. K H P Droughfii Ad ThumM. WalLer .... :NRoberson' | was I CONTRACTOR and
come far doesn'tIt
Addition some city away i to the school and library I '
t Ix>* blook 9.,...... .. . .. Wllliama Lucy .. I I.II ? grounds where flowers, shrubs and
lx ta i block 16 .. Butter Mm Ijydlafiauldnn. .. I 1'0 10) 1
:' Lord> block IS .... .. . \ lleury ... f TO I think I hear you say "The prices i lawns were called upon to do their respective -
Bee 104 It of nw oar of lot 78. run* e at home are higher than they are In i parts. This allied to a greater Does General Gontracting and Building -ahd Furnishes Esti-
", 17)4 JT Land ft.I06 I Co'ft.Addition w IHT' ft.. u. 10.'ft.. -- M.dlock W To ... ..... I ,,, the mall order houses." Are you quite I interest in home grounds and a desire mates on Structures of an size or Dimensions whetherIt
'I:. Robert nwu AOtlilioa sure that, quality; for quality tho for as to bow to develop -
Ot hicks. suggestions be a Two-Room' Cottage or a Tourist Hotet.
sl4IIt88boem.ker'saubdly .. .. Unknown I 'IJ prices are higher? Apt even If .they I these successfully. A landscape ..
All block GL.... .. .. Thompson .. ,la are slightly higher It Is worth Something architect was called !In to help and Makes a Specialty of boring ARTESIAN t.
8bo.m.ker'1 dtyof WELLS
Lola block 3,6 and"HI*.1. .... .ub..-.... . 11ukaown ...... ll Ix to you to buy' at home and not he spent several days going over the in. which he has met with the greatest Successof t.

Lot S and nH lot 4.Bhaepnakor'a mibdlv.otMook. . ... .. spend your time writing for goods home grounds and making Buggeatlona0
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QL..... .. Rivera, July.HIlaA JO any man in Florida. '
Low, aanasblooV li' . IAMBI'nknown .. 17 7$ and waiting: for them. Perhaps if you \o the best methods of develop.meat .
Lot e. lock K qnborn A o'Neal'B Ad ... 1 U3r' and your friends who send so much .
Belne cor lot 1, block O, rum n "TW 8 ft. wAd =- : Give him your. work and it
.. '. money away from homo to the houses was
1 ft. 7a e OT ft Matthews "rftt r*. :/;lltAV 0'1 One of the results that two car- K1SS111
I' lot I, block I.ft liatrIck'a Adrii a<>n t""on. J W .. ... I 'XI, far away were to, patronize your I loads of shrubs were ordered, and It is will be well and quickly done. mee, Fla. t
Unplatted Ua.ndi \ neighbor he could Bt'ont1.0put in a I an inference that they were usedto
BegUOydi n of BW corner ofSflw! ol easy .
r nwj./! iwi\<; ruua n wt'i yl r> 6\1.WydB. better and more varied stock and thus good purpose. d;
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a H ... I' give you more and better goods for [:
I KaMofcwijft' ) II> 2.! !'Ie.O Orahaui Jan A 2
) of Bi4 of oe'S of ow') Z'4 s5n ;I'p M l.nthnip. K .. a. your money. -
'' 4 Beg ... oor w/*' of iiwj!'i ruua n "I
w 4-JO: f t, 'tea! It. a ,rl lt Nay: s :I" n Hurt W II, UKUtn :l"1 C. W. Griffin 4
C.) L HANny.T..C"III..t.llr'.ol", of buying at home-the helping of .

Ono er y your neighbor who is struggling hard THE. CASH STORE :

---MMerMpi.1.aM.rY.MIMR -- to support himself and his family, the I : :
1 I helping to build up your home' town ,

WARING by keeping your money at home and FANCY Groceries First Door North of Postoffice 4

. D. the return to yourself of part at least AMILY -
,f'I.' of the money you spend at home. "i''

: Real Estate and Insurance Think it over friend! -A.JIID'FRESH ----- There you will find SHOES, ;HATS, s : 1 .'

tlIurgulus. ,- I A TIP FOR IMPROVERS.How MEATSDelivery + DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS, equality of+ best L.t +
and Small Tracts of I
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a Wisconsin Town Profited fay a i and lowest prices. \ ,..

k'I I FARM, TIMBER AND CITRUS FRUIT LANDS Many Succaaaful, rural communities Bttermnt! Campaign.would, profIt i Every: Day at Any Hour I ,
by beedlng the Up that lay\ given Call Before Buying Elsewhere r rr
' Orange Groves and City Property Patronage Solicited !
'it xt I I them In the way the citizens resurrected f'

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> '' and IJ'AUAF RO THE WINNER J ,Of 'the Churches and Fraternal Sod I { Mn 4'I s

tetieS of l Kissimmee.: ,

," Drafting'. ': 3 CHURCHES, / , .

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B reward beat Fletcher' by over' 2000r plurality in the ;- BAPTIST I .

IN FRATERNITY"HALLKISSIMMEE. . first primary,in 1909. ,,Fletcher: : "Won tovfer; ', 3500 votes in Uunyan Stephen I pastor.. ., ; NECESSITIES'I.I I '

FJA the second primary, / Sunday sVhoo19.45a.m.-N.C.Bryan _. ., .
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: Senator James P. Taliaferro will win in the second .. Preaching, 11 a. m. and 7.45 p, m." '" .. .of''

gaQbaOCQaQCaanDDODOOOO ; prhllary by a'large majoritY. He is gaining"strength daily. Prayermeeting 7.45Thursday evening. j REFRIGERATORS v

4.. oJ.. B. Y.: B. U. 7.45 Friday evening. "
VOTE FOR JAMES.. P. .TALIAFERRO Visitors always welcome.: -J '1r
For Sale '" '- ... .ICE BOXES AND -
His record of eleven 'year* faithful and efficient service I :-

for the oeoole of Florida in the United States Senate PRESBYTERIAN.S. WATER COOLERS ';I;
S. Snyder, pastor. .
Prices deserves approval .
At Sacrifice your Sunday School 9.45 a. m.-Geo. F.' .. all sizes ot. -

o Put a man in the Senate who can secure results arid Parker! superintendent t_, t ,
of fine land for allkindsbffruit get what want. A Christian Endeavor 6.30 p. m. moderate pricesMosquitoes -
> 'eft acres you. new .roan can't do it. : .
trees. 8 acres Preaching[every second and fourth I'

cultivated\ nd un er hoar-proof A Democratic Adminissration is sure to come soon.:' Sunday at 11 a.'m. and 7:30 p. jn. ..

wire fence. ,Good hou e, 5 Elect.a Senator ,whose -ejeven years experience commands Prayer meeting and choir practice ':;" '.

rooms; barn' artd wagon sheds. attention and gives, him {Cre influence.. Taliaferro is the Thursdays before-- the second and fourthSundays T '. i
at 7:00 p. m. .
3 wells. 140 frui i trees of man. He will get what want and .what needs.TALIAFERRQ'S -- "
you Florida Visitors most,' cordially invited to all . !
all kinds, in bearing; '12 grape services \ J.
'vines of choice varieties.,Sub : RECORDA . I
soil of yellow and brown clay: CHRISTIAN.A. :.
li miles from ,Kissimmee. '> Confederate Soldier.. I'r;
. M. Chiiholm, pastor. ,
A Life Democrat.- .
Long _
first ; third Sun '
19. acres in city limits; good Preaching second arid ------'-= j
house and out-buildings; with ... Eleven-years-of ..splendid service -asUnitedStatesenator. days of each month aulj-a.'m.and 7.45

,3.acres bearing orange grove j p. m. .
Bible School 9.45 m.-A. W. Winn,
a. Flies and-
15 acres fine truck land; artesian ommittee Assignments of the highest importance.
superintendent; A. L. Davidson, assistant '
well that flows over Areal friend of the plain people superintendent. .
minute.For .
100 gallons per j He. voted to reduce Tariff Burdens.He Christian Endeavor every Sunday w

information write voteoXpr tbe Income Tax. evening at 6.30 p. m.

Z.6.. A2INX: : : te COKl He opposed legislation in favor of special interests. Prayer meeting and choir practice every .

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bOOOOOOOOOC.- l I6 n.<'OOOIOOOCOCe- Florida.He has obtaine illions for the rivers and harbors of METHODJST.Jas. p. m.. ALL INSECTS I E .:

represents the whote state of Florida and all. of T. Mitchell, pastor. t
SIGNALS DISTRESS Florida's citizens."' Preaching every Sunday morning and

.- evening. can bell|[kept out of doors if .you, get proper '.

I Sunday School' 9.4!> a. m.--J. M. Lee. .
Mleaitntneo People Should Kaow i superintendent. SCREENS ...

How to Read and He td Them. I I VOTE fOR JAMES P. TALIAfERROTHE Prayer meeting'every' Thursday for your doors and windows. .;

Sick kidneys give signals of diK- night. ,-, -
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tresp., J WINNER .. I Choir practice every Saturday night. We carry' a complete line of doors and :
The secretions are dark, contain a v,
sediment.\ / adjustable window screens that .' '
Passages are frequent,sdantypainful/ EPISCOPAL. .
Backache iscontant dayl/and night. - - Hev. David D. Kidd, rector. will fit window
Headaches and dizzy spells are frequent. "fare large consumers of the products of any 6r
Services every second and fourth Sun- "
/ The skilled labor, but the saloon. destroystnis
The weakened kidneys need quick"rjon't Laboring day at 11:00: a. m.. '
great market by robbing the homeof )
Communion 2nd Sunday at morning
delay! Us a p..cial'kidn..y the earnings-of the wage worker.On "t
services. 5
I'4tmedy. the other hand, the industries
Doan'. Kidney Pills cure sick kidneys, Man's BurdenThe marks Guild meeting every first Tuesday.FRATERNAL "
backache and urinary disorders. furnish a very limited for I tiV : 1
Klssimmee evidence}proves this tate.menl. labor The city of Milwaukee, advertised .
throughont the world as a centerof .. 41 I.
Mrs T. J. Byrd, Kissimmee, Fla; the brewing industry, affords the > Ti 1 >
backache and following article is from the 'tl
"I suffered from pen- .
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pains in my kidneys.* Th my kidneys of G. 11. Nitsche, a well known laboring -.
b/ the unnatural, that can be found. In a statement issued Orange Blossomlxxige, No. 80, F. A
were was shown of Decatur, III. It is .
of secretions. When I had -man worthyof by the Manufacturers' and Merch- A. M:, meets first and third Monday
.D an's Kidney Pills brought my no- careful reading and study by' every ants' Association of that city for 1903 nighta in, each' month'.at. 7.30 o'clock, in J .H ;
I procured a box f om the Kissimme laboring man and voter: we find the leading industries of that Fraternity HaJJ. W OSCEOLA --
Co. and ban their use dealers have triedto
Drug The lipuor always
J. M. Hansell!, W. M.
7het.J rought me relief and improved city compared as to their relative employment -
make it that the
appear they are
my. condition in every way. of labor. The metal indus- W. M. Carson, secretary.
man's best fri..mlllmi that the
Price 50 cts. laboring
For sale by all dealers. tries '
employed 27,977 leather ,
Foater-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y.sole saloon is a sort of laboring man's club, persons; a. :
7,839; wearing apparel, 9,733 and thebreweries KNIGHTS OF PYTHlAB. 1
United States. ; i
for the
agents and that he is always welcome.
Remember the name-Doan's-and "which made Milwaukee famous -; Friendship Lodge, No. 10, meetA every HARDWARE r- \
take no other. I don't denythat they have been ," and all others taken together, I Wednesday night at 7.00.o'clock. in,Fraternity -
friendly as long.ap we helped them to only employed 3,545. Hall. : "

stay in power and that we werewel-. 4r The saloon is labor's F. C.- .
worst-enemy Bryan, chancellor commander..
J WISh to tell those that are come In the saloon as long as we .had I ' -
building that I Inthe struggle with capital. R. O. Meek, keeper of and teal : COMPANY' ,1
contemplating to there but, residentof Hcorfs :
have procured the bestsand money spend as,a The peaceful strike is one of labor'sweapons ,
Decatur for. the last 30,, in ,
in theIIU .
S. for making '' of self defense,' by which ita PYTHIAN SISTER N' ,, .;. .
Call and see the, sand and which time I have been closely connec- .
block -:,... just demands may be 'enforced, but Kl slmmimmerTe'.11plelfo2i, meet -
manufactured product: ted with labor and haveobserv..d
the the movement
how many peaceful strikes, which had every Thursday afternoon at S o'clock
think of building a nice
Never ; .
the influence of the
house of wood when a stone house saloon on public sentiment back of them in the except the fourth Thursday, at which
costs only 10 to 20 per cent more labor, I believe that every sober laboring beginning, have been lost to labor be- time meeting will be held at 7:30.:
and is fire-proof, waterproor and man who stops to think about this of Pearlie
cause viciousness: and lawIesBneassengendered E. Bryan, M. Ej C,
Ir vermin-proof, and a house for a must realize that the saloons
question by the saloon? JohnMitchell Mabel R. Overstreet, M. of R. &0 C. .
r life tine. his worst and that no .
enemy upon --
First-Claa uuion labor's greatest leader, OSCEOLA CAMP NO. 79, W. O. W. -
All watt M< Mittrl l IIMBruteed other class in the community does its I tN'a1NNN----- ---Nti1141l1'1r1 "
says: "Nothing has done more to bring Meeting nights 'second and' fourth : 1/
Kissimmee Granitoid Works urdens rest heavily as t upon us, the misery upon innocent women and children Tuesdays at 7.30 p. m. : '.
laboring clogs. .. than the money spent in drink. H. T. Stanford C. C. S' .

To those of my fellow laborers who The average working man has no moneyto W. B. Johnson, Clerk. < Do You Appreciate f ,: !

may never have given this question spend on drink without robbing his .,

serious thought, I want to suggest for family. I believe that as tbe .labor '.
Gen. 0. 0. Howard Post G. A. R. ACCURACY f
their careful consideration few .
a reasons movement grows, so will the temperance ,4 '
the saloon is worst Meets the first and third t '
why our enemy. movement grow. Wednesdayin : PROMPTNESS
W. L WINN :: i,
a 1. The salocn reduce. the earning 5. Labor must bear ita heavy burdenof each month at 2 p. m. :

PHYSICIAN All BURCJION capacity of the laboring man who patronizes tax to support the criminals, imbecilesand n Fraternity Hall. Visiting Comrades PURITY, 'f.- ::1

F ...... it, and closes doors of cordially invited. COURTESY '. .j
arcs PBONB XI. KDl.hoMJOIP7. opportunity pauper produced by the saloon. I. 'I i .. "
FIoa1D*. to him. The laboring man' Investment is usually O. DERBYSHIRE, 'G. E. TARBOX. : 't
---- --- -. Adjutant. Commander. and that failing of satisfaction in KNOWING you have the c '
It needs no argument to prove this.Take tangible,taxable property, as a '-'- -------- -- '\-
: Obtainable at the Lowest
-- Price? Then /
W. W. CARSON, D. D. S. for example, the skilled\ railway home, and be must not only compete phone us your wants, I /, ,. 'i':
; and we assure that satisfaction
Preaching at St Cloud : you wtll be yours.. / ,
engineer earning: from S126 to (200 a with the cheap labor thrown on the "

OBNfALPARLORSRIVERS month. Let him become* srgood patron' market by the saloon, Jie must not only Sunday school every.Sunday at 9.30a. KISSIMMEE / i (

OVER OSCEOLA BUILDING PHARMACY of a saloon and he loses his job and I have a market foris products reducedby m. Preaching first and* third Sundays I f DRUG CO.jt .j

must seek dome other less profitable reason' of under-comsumption caused at 10:80a.m.and 645p. m., second Phone 41 .

rrtom HOURS 1| *,1 TO TO 12<5 PMONS ace mployment. The same is true of the by the saloon, but he must help bear and fourth Sunday at 8 p. m. tf. : -if

skilled machinist or mechanic. Whenhe the heavy burden of taxes to supportthe .. ,
-- becomes a"booze fighter be begins saloon's rapidly Increasing list of ""' ":.

II T. )/JK.[ RIVERS, /jft.% D.: to drop down in his earnings capacity victims. W. C- BASSWholesale i ,**

I by working fewer hours or getting lees Isn't it about time for us laboring '. r J
HYSICIAN AND SURGEON men to wake up and vote for our own

Office oyer Osceola Pharmacy pay.The United States Department of interests? What does the wealthy and Retail M New Shoe StoreLadies' J

t ... t Residence 63. Labor found that ninety per cent of brewer care, any way, for the workingman Dealer ir. .

PHONES f Office 148 railways, feventy-nine per cent of agri- who spends all of his earnings in .. ">..
culturists discriminate against employes I the SakxmT When the poor fellow's '"

addicted to the use of intoxicants. rent is due and his family is about to Fresh ,Beef Pork and Cent's and Children's' Shoes I :.

F. G. Thomason 2. By reducing a man's earning be turned t in the street, does thebrewer '
capacity the saloon increases the supply pay his rent. When he is arrested ,
r. of cheap labor.' and fined, does the brewer pay MuttonPHONE "'"

PHYSICIAN and SURGEON As the booze fighter's earning' capacity his tipe or feed his starving family See aid YoiT BUT MARSH & WHIDDEN :: ,

decreases and what little he does earn while the poor fellow l ia deprived of his .
personal liberty When he loses his 44.Sprigg. I CASH BASIS i .
goes over the bar of the saloon, his wife BANK
ffice Phone 64 Residencel job, does the brewer get him another? = STATE BUILDING r
and children are driven into the labor -
t Think this saloon question out for
market to support themselevs; through yourself, my brother laborer and then

_, A. VANS AGNEW, hunger and the necessity for shelter vote for your own interest and for the FlemingCLEANING .
* they are willing to work for a pittance, welfare ofjrour own family.The Citizen : -

II I ATTORNEY AT LAW........ and sober, industrious laboring men must I Birmingham, Ala. PLUMBING AND STEAM FITTING f !
I 1t i compete with this cheap'labor forcedon _
AND NOAARY PUBLIC the market by the I > > +> 1 ,
of tbe
ravages PRESSING : .
KIS lMMKE.l< LtI / saloon. : 1JI'
t THE ;; DYEING a84 L. B. CLRJl3J2MAN. t
3. The saloon produces under consumers CRAYSTONE REPAIRING : .
of the products of skilled. labor. .i' "

: : _GAME LAW I Go into the, home of any laboringman JI'JI'IP Osceola Hardware Co. .; f.i i: ..

1, 'PIo_ to no ram law who is a booze fighter and you will / AU Tit ran . ;. j
... ... Years t .
ire/ any butins Forty Experience in
.. find none of the luxuries and but few of 2.60 to 3.60 per day.Special Leave word at my house and clothowill Large Northern Cities. \ .;
I FUNK'S CHill TONIC of the comforts of the average home. be called lor and returned. I Only First-class Workmen Employed.
.. by week or month. t l
I .rwvntMd..... Chill.,and toeuno Ever.M(. His family half clothed and only half Windmill and I'
..._ _tie tc. -ouncJUktfcadrusr. fed. Laboring men and their families H W. TWMM, Prts. i.D, Polio 1IIr. Pump Material i : .'

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,, Call for Second Democratic lands too cheap but any tract of landin .. 1 NoticeiJcpartment ,' l

Park Garden will soon double in price .
nt the" InterioV Umt"d Male*
t Primary June 7th. i it II and the purchaser can well afford to I OlfoeatGalneevllle. Fla I FENOLEINSECTS .
I put down his own well. Ore crop on May' 21.t. 1U1I'

1! these! lands can be made to>pay the co Vote for J. P. TALIAFERRO for United Notice in hereby given that I...w.. I. .'''rUe. of
|I Whittier I-lorida. who. on April lh. 1"*4. madeHomeMeed I I

t Kismmmee Fla. May 27. 1'JIO'! sam-ple States Senator. Entry No,; 1465 (Senal No I"JUI9) for |
l l w''p of .w'.. sec Z8. and ot9 of .e "sec 29. lown- '
I'ursuant to the call of the Democratic I
crop that we will Le! glad' t.. .ho\. .\ atyone : ship :Il f iioiith. ranirtf :*rant. TallahaaaeomrrkHen. |
\I. State! Executive Committee and to j interested' An honorable man with a clean re ha.find noticeofln..nllont<> 'lv"Y..r" >! -

the power vested by the Democratic I. I Proof aatabllah claim to .th- land above" dra ; NOWhere GERMS
,f'r I These lands are .111111 if i.ipiiU and
County Executive Committee of OSCPO- cord. crta-!. before the Clerk of the Circuit' t ourt. ef t
as there .is but a very amall per cent of I KineininrMie. Florida on the I'th day of July 1"111 I DISEASE

., la county in its Campaign Committee, a such land in Florida *. those m Park Eleven years of efficient service in Claimant na...... aa witneneeH J, J). Tumhlln. 1
'< Second! Primary Election is hereby called Garden it will pay anyone. desiring. an 'I'j W <). McClelland.. R E. Will, J D Smith all "FENOLE" is used

to be held in. Oticeola county at the excellent investment! to investigate our the United States Senate working for the I of Whlttler. Florida .1

: regular polling places in each election claims of thin wonderful body of land. I HENRY K HUIIH. j \ e,
f precinct during the hours fixed I by, law We also have cheaper lands for truck interest of every Floridian.. I Amber color; does pot stain 0 f

on Tuesday the 7th day rat June, A.: D. ing and citrus fruit and, can suit anyone . Notice furniture or fabric. Harmless to

1910 to decide which of the candidates! desiring to locate in the great Elect a Senator with experience and FAtaLe C A. Cumml...... deceeaed. 'I human animal or fowl life, if t

named below shall be nominated for the "Kissimmee Valley Notice la hereby' given to creditont and diHtributeea used as directed. Instant death s
offices named below to be voted fot by f wjhcr will secure results for Florida. of the estate of C A. Cummlnffa.. neeeaned. to Roaches Bedbug Mosquitoes, t
I,. 'Cbrresponcence.s<)1icite>i rat information that a. sheriff of Oeoeola county. I have been I Fleas Moth Anus, Chicken Mite a
the Democratic electors at the general cheerfully ..given' and Lice, and all Virmin. Destroys
I Taliaferro is against Trusts and High pointed "ex-eroeie adminiatrator the tl
be }held November the 8th Germs. and
election to 22-tf NELSON REALTY CO. named _uta. and that all persona havina .D-I sterilizes the
. of all Insects. Foul ..
h' 1910. -- sad them eggs
A. D. Tariff. against eatate must present duly 0II
The list of candidates to be voted. for 1 Notice. I then__ within the time prescribed by' law i' are purified by, its use.QUART odOr

for each office is as follows: He favors National Legislation which eettlemmt -
I Notice is hereby given that the teach C. F. PRE V A 17. Sheriff | ,.
For United States Senator- I .75
I 1JH Ex- llc:1o .tdmtnIi.trathr.Notice "
<> :
ere' examination will be held at thecourt
I ,
N. B. Broward. will lower the cost of the necessities of GALLON S2.5O IiL
house beginning Tuesday. June I
: James P. Taliaferro, 1 X ; of I- Settlement\ \ and SPRAYER .50 Itri
7th 1910 at 9 o'clock
a. m. Appli- (
consumer.x .
F For Representative in the State Legislature life to the
._., z .. cant will provide thvmaelvea' with I :Application\ for Discliarye i I I ntt

;: ..' pens, ink and paper, and' will! also. bring He believes in the National control of Notice ... hereby iciveu that the p.mienlgnrl We are sole distributors for Ptto
; -. :?: x.;tw iti",, : C. S. Acree. / \I" I It the fee of 1. N? aa AdmtniMrator of the EVitate! of Jerry KwBirnmee and St. Cloud. Writ

r.: "".: ''': "",>I, f,M.such J. Hick electors./ were'," 'quahfledvote" J The following ii a 1 list! of. th* textbooks the.railways and express rate. and the ftlO Potter( make,doceaaMl,, anal, settlement will cm Hatnrlaf with| Ib.July M'I or 'phone us about- "Fenole. a
'' Only au ** '
F 4 \\i": to be used;, Judge of-Oai-eola tJonntv" ,State.nt Florida and
in theXfirst.primary election { the of the interstate'Commerce OSCEOLA PHARMACY - Kissinnet
to Orthography'e., ..Hunt;>;.'ProKr .1Ve : enlargement. qf. powers applr.("r tinydischarge I aa aald Adinlala rator.: I fl/ :>
held May 10th. A. D. 1910, shall be permitted Course in Spelling. ; ."' .. :! ** l .e,22', I'tOj.\ \, E. U Oj OraiuiTRBn, SEMINOLE"PHARMACY St Clod litI

to'vote in the second primary.Tbe' nt'ading-Any standard reader Commission. '* . ._." ', .AdlD\ ItataM or '. -:.

r Democratic County Executive :, Kittredge:.. .J-* -mtt._._ : .' ._ Jerri= r.M. l"otti. -: i, 't-M
Committee shall, at 10 o'clock a. m. on CompositionGardiner, andArnold' He favors an Income Tax so that the -- --- r . ..-. .. _'. .,.. ..-.J. ai,
f Element of English( Comt>o ition i- Estate of C H Fountain D c'd. .fa
June 13th. 1910 meet at tn" : :M. WILTSON; .
Monday. JH.I'L'BlIC. ,
- of Taxation will fall those J
burdens ,
upon ..nfo..d'.dmlflI1tr.loH wlSi'
Kissimmee and publicly Not! It h"I" tti" " 'that the '
court house in I Arithmetic -Milne' Staniljni .. .. .
of tht '1..1"! r J H F"iiiitntni1
canvass the.returns and declare the re-j English Grammar Ev lin,,' best able to bear them. "i, aiHx1 will\ mi M.>' ihouihilar I of 8 ptomtxr I Nu1AnY: . l -. ca;

cult of saM primary election. United! State History.-Field', \grammar next. 'liial., "".I'II'm..nt, of hla a>I- ) SlAIr AT L.AItriK. ,

i The following named qualified electors j School. He'has worked for YOU in the Senate nilDlatratlan: : rir a> <:.rrh a'lmlni' elate', ir..lor.,nil apply tor his I Idlacb I IN. Heal Estate. Agent. :: poI I

)6' are hereby appointed aa inspectors C HKTAN AdmluiHtrator KISSIMMEE.: FLORIDA]
Klonda 11 14tor '- Brevanl: and Ben j '
y and clerk to serve in said primary elec I nett's. ) for 11 years wont YOU vote for him NOW? March 8tb. 1V1U ,. I I -' SO'I'
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bon: 1 II T\H. J. W. SIMPSON! ,
's Natural
I Geogiaphy Reduay Advanced.
\1t m
t Precinct No. 1-F. W. Stalker A. L. !. i ". lnthe I 'Circuit Court. Seventh I ret

Davidson. G. W. Ashton: W. S. Har Physiology-Coleman's Elements of.I I .i Judicial Circuit. Osceola Couni i i DENTISTlfl '. be;

well clerk. Civil Government Yocum's Civil'' ty. Florida l In Chancery. !I ,> t&irs In Katz 13ufldiog. I ,.: of

Precinct No. 2-W. L. Moiieley, W. L. Government; Boynton School 'Civics.AlgebraMtlne's Raymond V. Iwoley.! i '. 0 .. m. .l of
Gov. Broward SpeaksGov. O 'IC"; HOURS: t 6:3 p.o.1:3n
W. W. H. L. Overatreet.! va i iI .|
Bronaon. Iny; to :
: .
.t ( High School. NEWS '.... thf'
DAVENPORT bell Broa ,-corpora I ,
6. I Iornccx ltr
Telephone JUD
No. 7tt
. -*Terk.Precincl. Physical Geography-Maury-Simonds. N. B. Broward candidate for"United /ujbn.InalnChat/ I Itanooica. ..
3-W. W. Clark. Z. T. Tenn. Augtut I 11,1110 removeWright. ---- -- '- P'
State -
No. Senator delivered ad
.'.,. ... > Theoly and Practice-Arnold's Classroom I an of LynchbVrg.' Va. f i lottd! from title XluNT pit:
R. Lanier clerk. Items of Interest From That Thriv- and Jacob Rmitvin trading I Iaa >F JUDGE.
Rial.D. Y. Johnson; Management I dress in the interest of his candidacy at i 1 Asin
Baltimore Bargain lloooe
Precinct No. 4-T. N. Fur H. S. Agriculture-Duggar's Agriculturefor ing Little Colony the opera house yesterday morning. doing builneaa In HaitiI I I' G.F.KRIE3E3ATTORNEY.4T..AW ,,
Partin. Marion Warren; J. B. Williams Schools. / Hon. C. A. Carson introduced the nor.t Md. Did
Southarn It appearing by flaiHt apprndeii. to the bill il'f
.. Mr. Chas. Porrish. who went to Cni- and brief talk in
clerk. speaker a reply
W. J reside
In the stated
SCABS iliAd above ( I
v ; SuperintendentBuy ealiae that arapbell Practice Circuit Court. 't.anoi'"tIo I
Precinct No. 5-N. S. Blount. W. R. .. .. _-- catO last week, will return the last of to certain charges made by Congressman Brae August right and Jacob Fpatein.. trad- lad DeecIa. i.As Agy..esnta-, a....' beOld

: Nettle. J. R. Doneg-an: W. A. Eubanks a Home. this week with about 50 homeaeekera.! Frank Clark, when he and Senator nag aa Baltimore Bargain house,the defendant and A".wed' mma&Ilk ,

clerk. Every laboring poor man should buy I The' land belonging to the Florida Tali&ferro spoke tiers some days ago. therein named are non mldonta of Ihli'IlIa' ver
I ot Florida and a d it .f W. HARWELL 1 aw
re.1| > < O":: 'taaooTeun. S.
I :.,. Precinct No. 6-F. J. Godwin, John himself town :lot, get that paid for Development Co. i la about all !!sold onlya Music was furnished by the Kissim- L1nrhburir. ".. iUld Batlmore' tovertheaKaof Md, and ar. I ; nou

..: Baisden, P. Sellers; R. A. Bartow clerk then work to make the necessary: few more tracts remain.Mr. mee Comet band. twenty-one year., It. u there. I REAL EST AT. ey@
I Precinct No. 7-J. J. Whidden. W.W. improvements. A little here and a I Wheeler! and family spent the --- '- f
WM ? Chandler J. F. Alderman. ; W. P. Un- little there will in due time produce you I day with Mr. and Mr*. Moody at their besot are hereby required to appear to the Notary: Public at Larger? RWh
Notice to Creditors BUI of Complaint sled jn| Mid canae on or be-
derbill clerk.Precinct . a home of own and place out pleaaant I Home, last Sunday.Mr. Office over lloberaoo'a PharmKISSIMMEE. .
... your you I I, for the Uh day of July A. D. l 11110. otherwlae
ty. ,. No. 8-R. L. Evans, J. W. of the landlord's grasp; remember that and Mr Moody went to Tampa i iThua I, .Notice U hereby the clren.ett to of creditor: Temple, heirs A. Minx saddl.drtbutee.of the 1I"lIa"oo of std bill will b.. tak.n aa noo- FLA.'V mar

-"r -- _. .::..._..:.. .Tison. K. Lamon.; F. WflKill, clerk. fifty dollars a year saved in rent will' \day, to visit! for a week.! .. ;, d..o**.0d. that I hare been appointed .'lwlnin- freed by seat..tend.ita. ................... Ired
T. M.TSimrHY, in a very few year pay for your home i The many friends of Mr. Allen.. tmtoroftheabove named *.!11.*. anil that all Ito further ordered that.thin order be published man

i Chm. Co. Dem. Ex. Com. and the money it costs you to move and pleased to know that he Is improving prw>r..baring elslms.gains toe own.. ... nui",t the' l'slleyG.aette once. a week.fur a five nnw.paiwr. con,.-utlve puhllnhed week. In In | THE SWEETEST a wee:

F. W. HlLU Secretary. shift about, without the loss of furniture even if slowly. pr.we.t lhem-duly anthepUrsted" Jar .sit.m.ntwtthln aald roiflty and. Atatt time.

and time will pay the interest on Mrs. N L. Coster has been quite KuulfflmwR. the time Fla prescribed C&ABKKCK; by lair A. MIt4%. Thir June. lat. 'Iain | THING MADE! drat

Beautiful Park Garden.. a five-hundred-dollar judgment against sick for. the past week but is -recover April ?!. 1810. Adinlulxtrator. o(...ald Knl.l,. (Seal) ARTHUR Clerk Circuit K DONBGAN.I' . 1. St.;
ten-acre tracts in Park four property until you can gradually ing.Mr. Sa...... PAI.UEK. Solicitors for Complainant. Now:. cm Sale \'J" Sa
We are selling
4 Garden to a number of people who have reduce! it to nothing. You can all buythat ,.moved and Mrs to Davenports Tompkins. of few Kissimmee days- i Petition to fc e presented to the . 15c a I Ik. 2 Its for 25:. ,,) Uonopiing

looked in vain for something better way why do you not risk its If Board of Public Instruction of .*+..****.**..**.*..***.*. 5 :t A
fail are no off, if ago. Mr. Tompkins is employer at + .
you you gorse >ou +++ aca
-4 then returned and bought of-tu They I I ,Florida. Tues : I |
Osceola County on :
I careful turpentine plant.Lumber ;,
succeed as any man is sure to ; LONE RCHICKEN. : Cone In and vaaae a, prove It.I hold
realize that such rich deep productive do. you have made a home and established is being sawed for the new I day. June 7th, 1910. j ." into

I' soil and an abundance of finest artesian a basis equal to another's which house which Mr. Hitchcock will soon W.. the...........-qualified ee__. who par : : talk
v-water such as can be had in Park Garden wiU start you in busings Trv it*- build on his lot in Davenport. a tax Mi real or ....-1 property and reside In i CityfruitStQr and t

will insure! successful trucking in- Exchange. :Mr. Ken left Saturday morning for district a* mentioned below do ........,\1..11. :. RANCY : r
dustry and they consider it the best ,--.- I his home in Iowa. He will visit his petition roar Honorable Body to can: an election to" .e perfovidll1
.. I determine wfcether such Sub-Drrleion ol the Countr : JACK JOrKKtON Proprietor: t11''.+R41.>ktMMlF4frf f.hej.
---t investment the market. Mr. Chaa. Call for Meeting of Osceola County mother and sister for a short time then I shall beeonie a epeeial tax ..,'->\ diatrict for o tHb b
F. v bbIe and sons have looked well I Democratic Executive Committee.Knsimmee return in September to look after his : the purpoae of leulm and eoUecfina- a dLitrlef v eav tl Th.It' .

'. .over'flits United States for a suitable interest in Davenport. He has a fine ..........1 tax for the exdueive use of Public frwachoula y Two miles north of Kummmee Jon '

location, also made trip to Old Mexico Fla., May 28th. 1910. orange grove planted. within the di_ .to wIt : Todd Plare .1 J. ( Sharpe & ; tl
I Bedaniag at N R nor of Section: 41 Township 26 'and n
well( Florida, Members of the Osceola County Dem- :1
went over
they also Mr: Keith of Hotel Davenport, is Sooth of Ran*. ;;* Eaat. rune thence South on : 't. darkto :
but laid down their cash for Park Garden ocratic Executive Committee are requested -' about to build an addition to the build- Section Una to Canal in : : DEALER: IN .1''. 'tht

property. Mr. Jesse Dibble is improving to meet at the court _house in ing which he recently purchased of Mr. center of canal to where canal entera lake TohopekaUca. y PURE BRED i the
"1 his land In Park Garden byway Kiscimmee on Thursday, June 9th. A. McKnight. When finished Mr. Keith thenoa in a North-weatvrl; coune alongIak.n Staple and Fancy Gt
Hne dividing 11 R. I. Reds lui
' rgla to Range :S and 80.thenoe i and |
of elearinftV-fencing and building. His D. 1910. at 10 o'clock a. m., for the purpose intends to open a first-class meat m* North on Mid ....... line to North-.._ theiI'm'ti

.tzi'; brotner.-Jartes, bought twenty acresmor of recommending to the' Govemor'a.succe ket. eeraer of 8e tiomMT( niahip3S South of a..... 'PHOI? ,
.yesterday. and is preparing it for eor to the Hon. G. H"\. Kribbs, SOgaeVthenoa EaaT: :to point of bsHnoinvB.C.PartiJ I Brown Leghorns i UOUNTRY
I aeaon' trucking. resigned from the office of county Judge' Old paper for sale at this office for >. J. Y.Sbu' .. H.-'... Partin.. J. A. I crime.
the'coming 7 Reads H. C.Partia. WJ "--.Clay' Partin. ? R'' lion a:,
.... of June the > and judge of the county court.T 20 cents a hundred. i KISSIMMEE FLOI '
:: E After the ftrat comi any Andrew J. -.Oeo. N. Wolfe J. N. 8a.kir. *. Inspection by the Public Invited. ( I'mU,
win notput down i ,w Ba at their ext Large deck blotter lOe at tni* of. 0....N--,. L D. Li&y. F. H. C.elaas.w : ;
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