Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: June 10, 1910
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00441
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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SONG' OfT"f[ SALOON der the its stat foundations; the right. to For lay:dynamjte a 'price they un- - N- .. force. employed such as; .worked the Kissimmee' an Additional LumberCo. IN "THE{' NEXT DECADE .. + '


ll' give me power to nullify, the work of s hardship on our business men, as this .- .
lawmakers magistrates and rulers. /
town has not the I.
yet Breached stage
Cancer Beautiful to Behold, For a handful of gold I letters
I am a am granted where it can afford to lose for over two I'The WonderfulGrowth' and Development '1"'

and Eating My Remorseless of marque tQ,sail\ every human sea months the cash trade of nearly a hun- ....

'" Into the World"It : and prey upon its life-boats. dred workmen without feeling, it. But I ,of Kissimmee as Will .: .,;

}' (1 Way .1 them Huge battleships they. build, casing that;condition la past, for the whistle wilt be Seen in Ten Years "
3"i trimly with and
:: harden steel blow from now on each. morning callingthe
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( will not be l long before the people huge guns they ese'floating hands to work' and will -- ,
again .our -
untiI'a mile flkyf Y a. Whatwill the next ten to
bring
Florida will be given an opportunityto ramparts, of Dreadnaughtaline a merchants years I,t
:::: 'of feel the weight of the dollars -
: 1,1 for the constitutional amendment the coast-for 'what? To be ready, ;4 Kisftfmmee' and surrounding country -;wf
3w vote paid to the workmen'of the largest
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::::: prohibiting1 Che manufacture or for perils that may never come.. But I ;' While It Is not possibl to accurately ,;:
} single industry Kissimmee..
.ale of intoxicating liquors in,this state. give them a pitiful little purse and. in 0'I. I take Buildingwill predict what will occur In that length .: .,.l
{ now on new life for the old
:-::::: }. Those who intend to vote against the return. they .issue the lawful l right to i z4 I reliable Kissimmee Lumber Co. will of time, still; "comingeventacast" thlr'! .

amendment are requested to read the I unmask my batteries on every square; soon be in a position to accommodateall shadows before, and if we are to ':j

1 following article from the pen of that and jny guns play upon humanity every ii + wp comers. judge the future ten years tfy the progress 4

3 master writer Tom Watson of Georgia, day and every night of every year. Nil k z' K of the past two, .and further take \

r= ) and they will see pictured! in a most 'And were my destroyers spread out mss; TWOTORlBUiliJINGSWhich into consideration the, many undeveloped \I)

and truthful manner .the want upon the sea they would cover the face natural advantages of this wonderful I ,j

3.3.t .graphic and misery and sorrow they ate; en- thereof.. 'L J $ I country, one could draw' a roseate picture i
C JM- Will t ipl&ely Fill the Va-
deav'orftig to burden upon.our fair Land Around that grief bowed'woman 1 j.. of the future Kissimmee without ,;

:_:: I of Flowers: threw the weeds of widowhood-but 1 __ : cant Space Caused by the Fire doing violence to the imagination.! Just r

:-:: A" paid for the chance *o-do it, and they 'f as certain as the sunset precedes the '
The after the fire ,
morning Broad
-" on 9
3 who.took my money knew that I would dawn just so certain It I. 'that this "
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Where is yeBte"rday way, which proved so disastrous to that
live! -
let us
with
Alive dp it. Beckon the Impetus given it in
3 Where is tomor- section of the city, the Valley Gazette
? Lost forever. To the lips of that desolate child I the put two years well continue to '*
row? It may never come. Today is predicted that the vacant property in steadily develop, partially the lines m
brought the wail of the orphan-but I on .
hours the burnt district would be covered .
its fleeting runs -
3R' here. Within bought the right to do it and they who with handsome already mapped out, but largely upon .- "' j'
and substantial brick
thfe only certainty you'll ever know. sold me the'right knew what would or plane which have not yet been form! ,'

- Come! eat, drink and be merry, for to- come of it. i concrete buildings before the summer lated. Nothing can stop it, fqr the decree -. "
- die I was far advanced, and that prediction that Kissimmee '.
may will be
morrow you
a largeand
Yes I inflamed the murderer, I mad is about to be fulfilled. Mr.
of self-restraint are gall- literally
The chains important city has been written in
dened the suicide I made brute of the
I burden of ; a Walter Bass was the one to take the
off. The
them the
ing-throw book offate does It ,
take '
nor a .
husband I made diabolical out of ;
The ; a hag initiative and his new building is
-fling it down. rap- '
is grievous seer with wonderful
duty prophetic ability '
the once beautiful girl I made a Criminal I :
is crushing-let ; idly nearing completion. He. was followed -
of responsibility to the truthfulness of the "
cross grasp
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out of the once, promising boy; I replaced by Mr: D. Rotundo whose handsome prediction ,
a another bear it. The progress of the put year
< sobriety and comfort by pauperism new corner store is well under
live for the now;
Live for yourself; was marvelous, the development during ;,
I I -but don't blame me-blame those - and will be credit to the
of Hiving.Drinl way a city. ..
live for the lust the next one will far surpass its prede- ;,
Drink from whom I purchased the legal rightto N. B. BROWARD Next in line was Mr. John Beeman,. and
dull
'}, and forget care. i ceaacr; and as the chain of _
I years grows
heartache. Drink, and do it. NOMINATED FOR UNITED STATES SENATOR IN THE PRIMARY OF JUNE 7TH. work has already. commenced on his.' .. ..
and ease .the long the,development wilt increase. in '
No Roman emperor ever dragged at three new stores, according to the
for the unattainable.See .
the like each
down passion | proportion, year outdistancingi .'
his chariot wheels beside
as naught my since. We
plans we published sometime
drawn to me
how the men are i one just passed, for each settler
steady advance over the conquered mill- have learned that Mr. B. Dicker- I 'I,: '
now
My lights blaze a brilliant welcome; I ,! coming to this town acts u living A'',,.
ions. The Caesars and Atillas come BROWARD GOES TO SENATE son has secured the contract to builda
too cold. Mirrowed -, '
hot
d ,am never too or |magnet, drawing more settlers from
in gilded reflectors i and go-comets whose advent mean store 25x75 feet for Mr. J. W. Miller /' .;%,
vanity smirks my I the ranks of the folks back home to
free- death and destruction for a season-but and a stable 50x75 feet, for Mr. ;!
and no one is ill at ease in my this most favored country. ..
I go on forever and take my ghastly toll L. A. Ingram both buildings 'to be of .
shrewish wife can
.Into for-all club.. No child I fronVnll. that comes to the milt. concrete. This completes the gar and A great deal has been written about
here; no peevish AGREE TO THE LEGISLATURE I
tongue-lash
if with you its Leave them Of civilization's ocean, I am the build- in a comparatively shaft time this. will Kissimmee being at the head of navigation -
cries.
t.bI. annoy you haggard home | er of the coral reef on which the ship .. be the handsomest block in the city. situated as it is at the extreme J' i

I.eI to the ugliness of your Theirs, I goes down; of its citadel I'm the hell. northern end of Lake Tohopekaliga, <
comfort.
eIeo and come unto me for I .1 MONEY. fOR YOU yet that is but a beginning of the story. ,.;..
and the squaloryous -
the cold and the the warmth gloom and glow and KISSIMMEE'S6ROWT"( All Returns From the State Not Yet 1 In, But Enough It is reasonable to presume that within "

the next decade a canal will be dug '

till t social: joy. to Insure Broward's Election.. by Twenty-five Pay Due to Soldiers Who Served i in I connecting this lake with the St. Johns

toil Clink your glasses men. Drink again The Past Year Has Been More Than Hundred Votes. Spanish-American War I river. A canal three miles long cost
to toast
'Here's hoping. 'Tis well | ing about 111,000)()( a mile, will' aeeomI .
where begins the trail 1 to the Phenomenal.There Tallahassee Fla.. June 9-Governor
her here I push this, and when it Is done, by enlarging -
grave of hope' Be jolly; let the place are very few persons even s Gilchrist holds a small sum of money I the canals already dug, steamj -

ring with laughter; relate the newest: citizens who would believe due to each of the following men, as I will be enabled
among our own Complete returns from last Tuesday's primary from every countyin j ere' to ply from the Atlantic -
story-the story that matches the nude on first blush the statement that members of Company C, First Florida ocean at Mayport to the Gulf of
the state have not yet been received, but enough are in to guarantee I
for picture on the wall. Kissimmee has advanced at a more I Vplunteer 'Infantry, Spanish-America Mexico at Punt* Rasa, thns giving a '

'11eis' What's that? A dispute angry oaths, rapid rate during the past year ,than Broward's' election to the United States Senate over Taliaferro by at War, which was recruited at and : cheap and efficient means of transportation -

a violent quarrel, the crash of over- any other town in Florida, but such is. least 2.500 majority. The election of Broward was a surprise to many around Orlando. The governor desires ipr' every product which may begrown

turned chairs, the gleam of steel, the a fact, and when the statistics are presented as almost every newspaper in the state was urging the claims of T.alia- .the present postoffice address of' each I or manufactured in this section. .f. r

flash of guns the stream'of. 'life blood one can readily see the statementIs ferro, and not foryears: has ;there been a more active i campaign wagedon of these parties if living. If any of I I,; the fertility of. 'the soil In and around) .,'-,1!:.'
the pans of dying men. well founded. them/ are dead, he desires the name and I Kissimmee is .0' '
II 'beyond question, ,. I. :,{
r3elieved that the
candidates evidently people t
the of but
Oh Well it might have happened Within this town during the 'past part postoflice addresses of their legal representativ l testified to not only- by our'old re.l-f< ,

anywherel The hearts of mothers; and twelve months one hundred and forty ExGovernorwould: make a better.representative In the upper branchof e. e dents: but'. also by everyvisitor and .':." j

-= t.. fathers I wrench with pain; the souls of new dwelling houses have been built; Congress than the present incumbent, although Taliaferro has been John R: Wilson. Sam Perkins, Roland -" prospector who visits this country. ,-'

wives I darken in woe; I smite-the mansion six new manufacturing enterprises have the means of bringing many dollars into Florida through. Federal appro- Arnold, John E. Allen, Edward H. That it will if properly attended to,

and there are wounds that gold been established; six new stone or brick priations for public buildings and rivers and harbors. Barksdale, William B. Campbell. Van- yield an abundant harvest is no longera

I -' can not salve; the hut I invade and business buildings have been completed, den W. Cooper, Frank E. Gainer Os- matter of speculation foP it has been
deepest pits.I in Few believed a week before the election that Acree had the least -Qar; S. Hawes Edwin S. Jackson, WaIter -
poverty sink's into and fully as manymore are now demonstrated often enough to silence
soW and I till and I reap where I course of construction; a magnificent chance to succeed himself in the Legislature and that Hicks would cut Lynch Adolph Sochsr,' Charles S. the most carping critics. So we can

)RIDAr1f sow, and my harvest is what? 130,000 public school building has been the Tall Sycamore off short at the knees; but when the morning of the Smith George A. Taylor, Amory O. safely assume that within the time tT

=o Men so brutalized that all humanityis completed; many blocks of cement 7th dawned Hicks' supporters saw that heir nap had lasted a little too Amsden Chas. H. Welch. John C. Carter specified every foot of land adjoining .. v
.
lost 'save the physical shape-men sidewalks have been laid; a complete long, and that the Doctof would be permitted to remain unmolested In Wright W. McNeil John A. Anderson the town will be made to yield a harvest ...-,...

I reeking with moral filth, stony of heart, system of water works and sewerage; is Percy G. Bartlett\ Joseph L. of store kind. '

!v bestial in vice-men who hear the name now being installed at a cost! of nearly the practice of his noble profession! while the gentleman from Campbellwas Crews Frank Evans William G. Gol- But Kisslmmee Is not going to depend " '

,, ,,I',1S of God with a wrathful stare or a burst $50,000, and many other improvements aiding in the passage of wise laws a.the State's Capitol. Anyhow loday Peter Hanson Arthur Clair Lan- wholly on agriculture. There ,. ;;;

, .. of scornful mirth; men who listen to of a smaller nature. And this does not the result shown in the following table indicates that the majority of dis; Seymour Norton Taylor ThomasM. comes a time. in the history every iSa i\\

1p. .. the death rattle of any victim of their include the more than one thousandacres the people in this county desired Acree to retain his seat in the lawmaking Scott, "Robert F. Stafford, JamesM. town when it cannot be further developed : ., v
1" White Thomas F. Smith.
,
Ii.
". greed and their lusts without a sign of of land, in and adjoining the city body of this state for two years longer. without the dinner bucket brigade, &,

that have been cleared and are now be- and our people are too .public spirited \ .

Pity.And women tool I How can I fitly Ing'bsed for growing vegetables duringthe PRAIRIE LANDSof to be laggard in inducing all kinds of . .' '; ", .if ti

3 sing of the women of my harvest time? past twelvemonths, and as many Complete returns of Osceola county of the votes polled in the manufacturing enterprises to .locate A''tI:
,
Did ever hear her laugh? It must will be cleared and put in'cultivation here offering them such inducements ,
you more election of June 7th for theoffices of United States Senator and Mem- Kissimmee Valley are as Produc- ;.t
be the 'favorite music of the damned. before the year ends. ; consistent with good businessas .. ------4'; ,
of the
ber Legislature
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Did you ever hear her ribald talk The All these are facts facts which war- tive as Any on Earth cause them to come.' Therefore, it .is

very sewers might shrink at bearing it rant us in saying that Kissimmee is the There are many good opportunities easy'to predict that in, 1920 Iy\ will be' 't"; 4

L away. Have you ever heard her libibi- most progressive and the most prosperous Voting P..cta.. offered the hdmeseeker to com to no uncommon thing to see "Made in . 'tl:

r nous songs? Did you ever watch her inland city in Florida today.Is Nam. of Candid.ttt. Florida, 'in fact a man would not make Kissimmee" stamped on numerous articles s'"_ ,;! ,

eyes-those defiant, mocking, hopeless Kissimmee growing? Just look 1 I 2 I 3 I 6 I I' I 7 I 8 I Totll a mistake if he bought and l located in used throughout country '. /.i \t\ .

; shameless eyes? arqund and you will see the answer on r I" any of the'forty-Six counties, but there A city growing like this one is bound :'Y' 6: ,j

aet What warriors have I not vanquished? every hand. For United State BanatoiNapoleon are some places that offer exceptional to attract the attention of men engaged _ ., _: .
B Broward 141 ,0 37 118 1\ II 17 i tae ; ',
In
S and will
operating railroads
harm What statesmen have I laid low? How Jams P Tallaf.noFor . lift 11 7 It rJ IS 6 lee inducements, and the Kissimmee Val- of It require : .;. ,'.". /
stretch
many a Burns and Poe have I not drag- ONE HUNDRED FEET X Mmbar J Bleb of.th. Lagiatur.-.. ... ... 154. 8 2i3 84ft ,7 1H 17 1 118 ley holds first place among them. foretell no that In the the next imagination decade Kis to :,H<, ." ','.:.j" -. <

ged down from ethereal heights? How C 8 Aera .., 101 5e, e 1* 12, 3 246 Columns have been and'atill simmee will have one or more compet 'i .:'" ';- n ': ''r :tIng -

many a Sidney Carton have I made to could' be written about the productive lines of railroad. '-: \\l*,' :"-i .
How Of the Ditch on Dakin Avenue Being The Kissiromee spirit is now greatly ""/,,tin '.
; ', weep for a wasted life? many qualities of the'prairie lands of this famous evidence and will increase :
I in intensity S
WANTS TO GET BACK KISSIMMEE LUMBER CO ;
caused the ermine to be Made Into Brick SewerIt .. '
timea have I a valley for! they produce abun- as the years go on. Almost every -;- " ':r, ,

1Dl drawn from the mud?- > will be only a few weeks until the ,, -. - dantly anything planted,whether-it body is a boater,avid It would be Ira--..r'. 1 i4-' -"
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l[ Strong am irresistibly, strong. familiar sight of an open ditch with Homesick to Return to the Land Begins Operations Again and Will be fruits vegetables or field crops, but have possible to prove for what that they few have knockers.not made we ','s r
ii1 the foundations -
at
Samson-like I strain polluted wat standing; in it on Dakin of FlowersThe Soon be Ready to Fill Orders we will say again as we have said an money and improved their condition i i
"1'I. of character, and they come top- hundred times before, chat the man generally by coming to Kissimmee. . ; .
150 will be lost to view and
our
I. ,,. pling down irremediable ruin-while I avenue following letter Was received Ever since the the destroyed the who can buy. and fails. tQ buy any of In the next ten years we shall witness t.
I citizens will be forced to hunt these lands at
in
pass under
any price $50 an
business -
s sV.
: scape. I am a cancer beautiful to be- from Mr. S./T. Naylor: planing mill and dry kiln of the KiasimmeejLumber acre, is overlooking the best a large section built en-
tures new for something with which to proposition tirely of brick atone concrete a sufficient ,
. It,, hold, and eating my remorseless way accuse our councilmen ot nonfeasance, Canal Dover, Ohio June.6, '10. ; Company, about the let ever offered him in the real estate number of handsome dwelling;

"., .'. into the world." I am the pestilence, for the street committee have contracted Editor Gazette: of April, there has not been a log sawed line.The Hunter Land houses to accommodate population of 1, f
stalking" victim to the cottage door Dear Sir-I have been reading your until this week. But Monday operations Company of which twenty thousand people; electric street '
with Mr. A. L. Davidson, to convertone Mr. M. Mulholland is local sales
agent,
railway
ore and the palace! gate. No respecter ofperons. valuable paper for some time and I were resumed and the sawyers and who has offices in the traversing, every part of the '.
hundred feet of it, beginning at Gray stone city and connecting Kmsimmee with
. I gloat over the richly garbedYidlms brick every number makes me almost home- put to work getting ,out lumber with building has acquired one hundred St. Cloud and numerous other I..,' & e
into and is town.
Broadway, a sewer, .it ,
.R no more than over the man with generally believed that before he has sick to get back to the land of flowers II which to build a new planing mill and and thousand acres! of these valuable lands, which are almost sure to spring up in t ;

tHb blouse.. that much completed the council will and I expect to be there by fall to stay.I dry kiln and when they are completed 20-acre has tracts placed at them$20 on the market, in this section-in shorn a modern city ;,'.,fo

The church I empty it; the jail, I fill instruct him to continue the work to think it would be well if you could I the company will be in a poaj ion' to fill (20 cash and $20 every per thirty acre days.payable The i with that city all modern will be Improvements.found And in 1
a lot
it; the gallows, I feed it. From me Church will street be only, as 180 the feet.remaining distance have a few copies.Jf the Gazette sent orders and care for the extensive business Hunter Land Company speaks truly prosperous people who came: herefrom happy, ," :

'and my biasing light run straight the The presence of this open sewer has to the following names. (List of names) I it eujoyed prior to the fire. when day it- says amid, 'quit adverse grinding along every s .ate in the Union,.+.and'rho, as . .1- ;I ;

dark road to the slums, to the prisons, been a menace to the health of our people I have been talking Kissimmee and The burning of this mill has worked every the north and come to the couditions Kissimmee in far u sectional differences are concerned <-. r. #
lines to the mad house to for.years, and but for the fact that St. Cloud I home from will know no north no south .... ."+h' "
to the bread Kissimmee is the healthiest town in the ever since came I a hardship upon the contractors of our Valley, where every day of the year no east no west but all vn\ll\ be ..tiiv"h'j" :4.
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the Potter's. j United States, and that fevers are there, for I believe it to be the most t town, aa they were relying upon the makes you glad you are alive, and ing together for the advancement and ('0(.' j t;, '

toc'A I undo the work of the schools I cut never contracted here, the sickness re- delightful climate in the United Statesto mill for Inmber to complete the houses where to the soil will'rellpond so'generously betterment Kissimmee, and. proud of 1.. ,.. 171 'i.4 + r
and cultivation. .
the ground from under law and order. sulting from it Would have been fearfulto live in and I liked the people so well. I they were constructing and those for climate on care the prairies of the Kissim The their American citl;en hlp. Here all " 'Jyawill '
fraternize t--
I'm'the seed-bed of poverty, vice and contemplate. But now that it is beIng I was never treated better in my \life which they had contracted, and much mee Valley is perfect the soil is as past differences for will the be general good the; ./ j ; ;g.,y I'

a r crime. I'm the leper who buys toleration ed over made all into uneasiness a brick as sewer regards and health cover- than I was by the people of Kissimmee. I of, the lumber that has been used here good conditions as there cannot is on earth be ; the healthful bloody shirt will be buried forgotten so .deep; Itt )[

,and who has not to cry "unclean.\ will cease and a most unsightly. thing Very respectfully yours the put two months was brought from three things that are essential surpassed to man's-the can-oever be found by the resurrecting h; , .;t

dRs I'm the licensed ally of sin. buy from I be removed. S, T. Naylor. other towns. The laying off of a lerg.r' happipess. place angel.of with its no headstone to' mark' the, -1'10I' .\ "' ',
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ROCfEDIN S' Of read a,,first time,' further action acing! FLORIDA INVESTMENTS i FolloV. .this advice, t A
deferrc3 until "
BAsS MARKETS next rneeting of council I

The ROLL THE CiTY COUNCIL E.. L. Lesley m'e.t with'the) council, in ., .: 1 1I y it Quaker is also the Oats cheapest.!I. the belt When of all food tuck| -''
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regard to the city co-operating with the ,' 'meii*. s Prof.. Fisher Yale University

.,arden BuildingOne Block: from Depot ... --- county,,In"1 regard- to building a bridge !I I No.1... and Sir James 'CrlchtoOs, Browne
Kissimmee "' across the north end of the l lake to Ingrum'a .; ,86 acres of splendid "farm I larul! .'for., LL.D.-K.l: ,S. of London spend the" ,
Fla. June i
: 7, 10. best of their lives In stlJdyln,
rI' Fresh 'lorldaI r of all klnl( The Council mo\ in regular session, Island, 'stating that in so doing : sale; 40 acrea, .under_cultivatiop, 'nice the great parts. question il the nourishing

|M EATS| ; there being present T. M. Rivers, Pres. the distance between the cily: and Peg- bearing grove.Of oranges,.lemons and : and btrengthcnlng qualities of different

and, Wcstont {:' | , J* >: V, J. M: Hansell, W. B. Makinson., J, C, horn would) considerably shortened: ':grapefruit; excellent trucking.land. Located --foods! it is safe certain follow'rofessPr that their. .advice is I

Moore After considering! same a, committee four !miles from !IJisBimmee/'one- absolutely to ;
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and J. R. Gilbert,: Clerk. ? .
OUL TRY. EGGS FRESH FISH composed of '} Fisher found in his es-'
The minutes of the last members of the council quarter mile from railway station ,und )
meeting were and
viz: W. B. Makinson J. C. Moore and "ell ur hand ->'}.lrlme"u for testing the strength i
postollice\ and .200 yards :trUn\
read and approved.
to Phone Orders and Free Reports of officers endurance of athletes that the meat
Special .1.'M..liansell, were appointed to meet school Price favorable
were examined' and Bill bouse. $4,200-on; eaters were exhauste4 Ibng before the
;
4 Delivery, to any part of the City. Phone. 189 were approved'and'' ordered approved, with committee composed of membersof terms of payment. men'who were fed on such food am 'i' '
r paid as the county commissioners to employan I Quaker! Oats. The powers of endur",, r-
follows: I- ol the non-meat eaten were
ance J
,
: engineer, and to
h' makeseslimatu
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as
-- i. I T Met-halter M Murphy sal..1.u.m..b.l. aa mayor.. ' t 60:10.00 00 to cost of construction of proposed road.A Ij i j l, No. 2 about( :eight time those> of themeateaters' I

'- J. McPhntter c0il l TII t.April'* May 2re SO communication was received from 40 acres df land, quarter of a milt from Sir James Crichton Browne says- a:

: : ) McHbatter feeding .prtaouera' nio Mr. A. A. Nelson, as follows: i I station, half quarter from school'-andchurch. eat More oatmeal, eat plenty of it and 1
.4- .K A l-n>der, aal an police 50 00 To the Jlon.( Mayor and City Council: ., Land all lies just rolling eat it frequently. I,

H.! ; C. J C Z F Kobvrton.(,tmltb..1| awl an aa police treasurer '20 16 fi7 00 Gentlemen I hereby agree to purchase i i enough to drain good;; has about 15 < Packed in regular size packages, andijcnneucally *- "

III dallier eel u. clerk, :(', no the two acres of land from the i acres cleared and fenced; good 4-room sealed tint for hot cl imatcao

1 M Hh.... .". "... al.ltrninu( ? .I: qo city of Kissimmee, said land now being ::: house, stable, well; sufficient bearing
STANFORDCO.'S J M Hannffll) a lgo used us a dumping ground and locatedin i! oranges for family; only 4 miles from 1Si

J W('B Moore"Makiuaon.. :100:i the southwest corner of section 15, i, Kissimmee.his will make a splendid BULLOCK j
....... j DOW
/ J Seara .. .. .. 100 25, 29, at the purchase price of $100, I' home for someone who desires:! to be .
,
KHI| Tel) Co |>honu rent and .1.1.-...!e 1 70Fntteruiljr provided,Central avenue. shall be extended well located. I .' I.

Kail rem forMa>r . 10 POT from Vine street north one halfmileto ) "l I"
M Rtyere. taleyrain' 176 j 1
.- M'Oourl .itm... 4. the half section line north of r'te1t10.3 ESTATE
a
IS THE PLACE. TO BUY o K Setfaiona, drayage roat 7 00 40 Vine 'ptreet; thence east a quarter of 1.i j ( ........................
r. e
Stale( BankoLKmlimnee. lul reht : 4 ,1,7Klmlnimee ; mile along said half section l line to the ]I DO acres;; lies Within 100 yards of post- INSURANCE'Examination

d -\ Lumber Co, lumber < r J.III Orlando and Kissimmee, marl road; I I office and railway station; less than five
W B Maklnoon" Co indue" for rty| 32 18pucecila said minutes' walk to school and church;
Goods Shoes and Notions :, ,$100 to be used toward th&-build- j .
Dry KlHHlmniee HaNtayre Valley Uaavtte Co, order priming 12V] :85! > ing of said road. And I further agree' good land bearing; fenced and for cross'family fenced use; sufficient and Or Titles a !..'
grove
FHJenUast.nreymgfor.Ideaalkf 230041 to give half the width of said street aa I
1&. Slll'ollexli: ear In reirurd to ', far some' u> sell. Owned by a non-resident, '
.. alnet HIILH J 041 i north ax my property runs, Speciaity.
Unulng deed :2 00 ing the above mentioned two includ-j who will sell for 2000.
J Riiillxrt' UlCKramH. et t-o 200 -
ROCK COME 0.1. umber I Cu lumber for question. '1 rusting that my offer is a
.. .. rite.. "nt Correspondence Solicited]
P New mail. m I fair orif (as 1 regard it so) and that it No. 4
SOTTQM:: 0 ANA MBar'n0. Mo 00 xlfurKI: I. P :,li, 2.Klae'mmee !. be
: H,inilx.r o. rood,1 for K L I' 4200 may considered at onca R acres inside city limits of Orlando;
PRICES:: SREN'NNM' N'11 HarriH, '. .. .. U) bl.. I Yours, respectfully, improved. Price $1,600, on favorable
J.1 I M Ovirttrei. .. !ii A4OI'NU.AInU A. S. Nelson: terms of payment Full particulars to flORIDA REAL.ESTATE[ [ FOR SAIL z
,
tlrarntre I 1 !
After interested
------ -- -- ------ ---- -- -- reading the above communication parties,
"
?hd. Dro ,
,t J Dann i.h"n uork ;1 'ffi 15 and, -a petition from property own- Beautiful) winter home sites, situated

_ 'u T t\ Joll1.' fuuoldeunn. 'or'IO/'IDe' e7 ,4440. ers .-frect....1 l bj" the proposed opening of ,. No. 5 in the Lake Region' oj Florida

----- 'NM1v' N''""1 KH'NNN11M'NN t1 Ham < .1.111' ,11 I labor.. i ,IMIH ..1*aid street, offering to donate to the Trucking and( Farming Land!! in J largeor
.
R Lai- 1 :! 1M; acres fi; miles from Fort Meaiie, in small tracts.. ,
illy land for the ,
continuation; of said ;
i i E II rKKtrn' n" ,+ ', 'bV Polk county, Fla. ; 40 acres cleared! and
<<
I j-ntral av.) e, on motion duly seconded CITPIW'EHT: "
-0. 4 I H! Mil' ,'.- 44 a'lnl Mr I fenced; 700 bearing orange trees; !?0 ) A Sl'jo CIALTY
(lantit:. 4" 1 t' Nelson's oll>was accepted.A .
Trucking G. E. TAKACH Office i EIJ.on, ('rn",1: ? 00 I communication was received from acres round limber; 40 acres boxed timber Lift, \our property|' with me for quick

W. A. r1 or Lands \\ Mnltlimon, (' : terms if desired.
u vji
Real 11 Estate OverState $ KiiniiiKe DruK Cu J0) council pay for recording deed to local I } H. M. BREAKERBox

A AgencyKISSIMMEE $ (Cfo'u' Hiinlwar*. 40' i I I ihadter house also to pay fyr abstractfor I7B
"'
KISSiMMhfc.
Specialty Bank $ hPI>..nn >KI apt EI.P I'rf.. i iJ Ip same, which was refused i No. 6Several FLA.
R (..ilberta..1' ,e.t'y and I enl K 1 I. 1 J' 15 UOcstlnifliouse : .
Thesupcrmtfndrnt of the electric 5 and 10 acre farms, in Pine-
w .
1 li r :MfK (0. int ten '& I I"
0 01> rairlmnka !Io..e Ac ('o. )amps .', 'no) light' plant was instructed tp extend I dale This property is fortunately situated Osceola
i F1.r.a( Fl..tric I'o, material. for 1. I. 1 I' ,N "'', I the electric light wires from R. B. on a beautiful divide bl'tw..nlh.. County
J H .llUrt; freight I.., 7' Savage's place/ to railroad
I crossing on I canal on the east and shingle creek on
.. """ ------------------ LH I Ingram, teaiim( tor .t rc..t t work l 001 I IM..cll Vine street, and to establish
Hro o ', ,' j", -57 I a streetlight ) the west, in plain view of town, just Abstract Company
D Holumlo. street "ork i 4.0 tat I IT at said crossing. outside of the city limits thus giving
..., ....,. .J. A'. Lancaster made school
W Ellis, rk on M- r l u| oo I application for I advantages of excellent graded ,
I
J 7.Kobin.r>n orders paid for HI work .9' o-'i I appointment of tax assessor for churches, good markets, etc Just the
Z. W. & G. W BASS Berry Padg.4t, sal a. "'a\eDer ", 'ho) ,tat,,1 term Action
ing on same G
Raft McLau.hliu\ ..1.. bea\enKer (.ooo( was f'nsur'l place to .grow'an' orange; grapefruit, P. GARRETT. Manager
: until Friday, June 10, to tangerine kumquat and pecan grove;

Following is the Treasurer's report council adjourned to meet at 7::30 p. m. I calf set peach tr'eeB between and beginto

for the month of May. A. D. 1910: J. R GII. ERT, T: M. RIvERS, get returns in 16 months; also grow Real] estate s

.CONTRACTORS. AND BUILDERS CBtORAI. FUND. I Clerk President. truck and vegetables Some of this I Titles) examined and reported on '

Tobalancefrom "laat report It14( (4' property is already in demand for city I Tuxes' paid for non-residents 0(
Received from Clerk !.1RwellcdfrumClrrk a;" [ Instruments relating to real )'
Wood Brick or Stone .. . ( I NotiCe to Fisherman purposes. Buy some of this land and' carefully drawn estate (

RecaiT from Tax Collector Notice is hereby'given that the law double your investment
I
ftoceived front Marshal! 110'1, against seining the lakes of this county 1 Correspondence* Solicited.Bargains.

Total wiU hereafter be strictly enforced All
GUARANTEE TO GIVE PERFECT SATISFACTION By paid. warrants 12"'I'I, parties interested will take notice and.goyern NELSON REALTY co. I

Tobalanceonhand $l-7c.V..i. themselves accordingly.C. . -- = ,
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F I'RKVATT, .
TRLRT FUN Sheriff, .*.*..*.**.*.*.*.****....*
Kissiitittiee., Florida T. balance from last report 1"9 '18'' .. ... .
I
To amount front Tax Calltrtclor . .'1498 44
: '
: .
". ( : .: Old papers for sale at this office for
I" eJ
,', kT.: : i{ ;1p;,.::'.:..'; Op' 20 cents a hundred; ', STAR- In all kinds of Real Estate.
Tela'-1 ,, '
" !/tV "PY'JII(17:
61(7 ). d'kb'iOC;; ; Fire and Life Insurance and
paJ
warrNb't \' f,0 4,67.1 Large at this office. 4
, s l I," '\11'... Ift--.!' ',,..I.. .," .. 'l_ ,:"*,::.. .''t. '.,\,.S\q' tf'J. <' Armours: l Fertilizers. Rent .
t TO balance on hand? 'ii ..104 8-4 ;;; \. : : '
"' .. . ', ,: RANb- ing and .
: ( Cbllectine Rents a '

Safety Our First Aim To balance from tat SCHOOL report FUND ,' I r.'fi' 1.1: J.M.. WILL O\.J; ){ ; I Il : JACK JOHMSO" Proprietor M Specialty Takes paid for

( To amount from Tax ColhcUw :74 roI l II I *4/ .__ Nor-resrder.ts.:
Jerk ? no -OTAlty; 1'UIII.IC . / .1 I

n To.dl oa hand I'IT 73 ? STATE AT LAKGE. \ 0* Two njiles north I'lace.of :KibSimmet : R- O. MEEK
on Todd ;
., I :
ByV1 warrnnth aa |per list( ((J000 Real Estate Agent.

'f' Every safe-guard known to the Hy \U>.in <'i 41.7 7J i KISSlMMbK.: -' .KLORIOAGAME ** fcJ .. I Kissimmee fIn.
= '- -
ELECTRIC: LINT FUND. c-- -- 1 PURE BRED :
To balance from last report r :aye' 7h I --------
r banking business is used to secure To amount from E. L.. Collector -"iO 44 LAW | R. I. Reds and :

Total II':!'!' :tll: Thw IB no Fame I vinat *LA..11111u6.i .ilh.WW xlai.alai xfh alii atf*
...., .... huntirftw r
Hy paid warrants 31 1 :.101' anj "
!': funds deposited with us. 5 Brown Leghorns : M. TILLER .
To balance on hand S3:] (01 PLANK'S CHILL TONIC .
It'.vuwBta to cui v Ma.fari. dt
a..UTAAX TUN" = Real Estate
*. Chill amt F.v_r a. Agency.aaN1.1.1.aa1.a.1.a.Y
I To balance from tat report .. . 210 64 j .q.e. boMM X6c 6-Guar. 3 Inspection by the Public Invited. : .
To amount from Marabal 46 bottle Me. Ak UK drutr 4 .....
7r'I ..". *****#**.** :42-etpd44iIB44: J
Citizens Bank of Kissimmee To amount from Tax Collector .d74 .
Realty bought and sold.
I.t i To amount from ClerkTotal 8 00 I - .. Houses rented. t
-- -------- -- ---- ?
. ... .$63997 ,
Taxes paid and Titles
IJy paid warrantaTo. 11(000 verified -
j i for non-residents. ''t
We pay 4 per cent in Savings Dept. balance on hand . .. .. .. ..t 44V W9 -'FOR- Fire Life and Accident In- .
.UU.DING "ND.
Safe Deposit Boxes for Rent. To balance from lat report $ 001 OnTo surance. J
t amount from Tax Collector 4 (12411i 0 Indemnity Bonds.

.t To amount from Clerk 1 HtI ; "The Truth. 0 .. TOrTOrr r--....r...J fl

lotal I W8 W) ,
I/.i t

1 -...--..--.--.--..........---.........-. ..... To balaioe from CEMCTMT tat report FtJNO. .. ,. SIO4( SH I 1

t s WHAT IT MEANS -\ To amount. from Total Clerk t 4U 9 SO> About .Florida I w. L. m DUZOB 1

(.. Man; a opU do not know what a Bank Capital. far or the differanoa be-. J.'_" ,
:>' ."... a bank .f llttl or no eapltal and one with a largo capital 5 ) J. B. ROBERSON, ,

v I A BUU['& CAPITAL, AND SURPLUS i Treasurer. 4
...
la ta. had that protect th.depoalton from loai therefore,. laraar It II the J ,
I Sraaior prolootloo depoattora b.... rbln bank ban a J Communication received from the --and values in-- (
f; -. -, ". Oapllal of .. . .Vttooot Fii Mayor as follows: ...
; I' 8.rphu fund nf. .. j 1600UUO I '
To the Hon. Council of the Town t Real Estate
.
: etockboldara' liability &0,00* 00 if -City ..

A total of 1115110000Thla ; Kissimmee City: Timber and Citrus "
I naaaa that we moat love fll'i.OOO.OCI "before our depoaltorl could Imp a ; Herewith I return the ordinance, Farming, I II
t. = ..L Thll protection la for YOU % "Entitled an ordinance to regulate the

{. i STATE BANK OF KISSIMMEE speed of automobiles in the City of

= -orb Kissimmee, to provide penalty for violation KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA, t
.. of to provide (Licenses for Fruit Lands Orange
i KI,..,IM.qu.. : F&.onlo.' i same ,
'automobiles doing livery in KiSRimmee, I
I C. A. CARBON JnHV' M LEE \. B, CARBON ,
.. Preildeut Vice,1'ruftldeni ('aahlorrxalcra .. and to repeal previous or conflicting or- I j I J. W..

..,.................................................................. dinadces without my approval, I TIIOMPSON

The Kissimmee Automobile Club have I 1'.1 Groves and City PropertiesWrite :

prepared an ordinance which they I I. .e

-p i wish your honorable body to consider I ,
'
' he before taking further action on this or- r
call FUNERAL DIRECTORand
'dmance or on
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la For this and other reasons I withhold

t FANCY GROCERIESGRAIN my approval. Respectfully submitted, R.- D. WARING '& CO.State LICENSED EMBALMER

.
I' T. M. MURPHY,
AND J We solicit part of your trade.
Mayor.

PEED OF J; Country Produce After considering the above; communication Bank Building .

Jl Hides and Furs $ it was unanimously agreed Opposite Courthouse ,l

i ALL KINDS . Bought and Sold. $ that the mayor's veto be sustained. Kissimmee Florida
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., .h. I Whereupon a like ordinance was presented -
61 -- s33ess: = -- KISSIMMEE
nle = ? i by ),fro E. L. Lesley, represent, u. KlBMMMBB FLORIDA
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"" wNwH ing' the automobile club, which was,
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'THE PIONEER PLUMBING SHOPS C.,At C"RSONl.o President - W. C. BRY&N'IS saRa'r.R.: .. ;


/' @/ SITUATED AT '\@ '- J The Town of St Cloud The Water & Carson

,JCISSIMMEE AND ST. CLOUD; FLA., : .

aWA .Y (- .:. 1 1i'
s H. PPMONP PROPRIETOR \' ..

TINNING 1 PLUMBING IN flhL\ ITS RRflNftflFS BRAZING. I MEMORIAL SERVICES ITEMS OF INTEREST CLIPPED TRIBUNE Grocery Company.

:' fROM THE!: ST. CLOUD ," -Wholesale and 1
F'1>IF CUTTING, 'Vi-IF FADING, STEAM'' ' II"Exercises Conducted l at St. 'Cloud'on'J : --' Retail Dealer inIGROCLR.IES- '.

... PIPE "KITTIMG. PUMP \VQRK. .j i Decoration Day C. 6.. Newloh, a business' man of : :
: Kisslmmee,"waa In St. Cloud Saturday ,
"GENERAL ..uqa SIG The following communlca'tto''itwaa' received .looking'after business' interests.L. . ,". 1'I "
last week top late for publicAtion "

: \ ......................... : ; Daugherty, of Carolina avenue WE SELL WE BUY... .;-'I' .<',

ra :, St, Cloud Fla., ,May 30-Sunday. and eleventh 'street, bought Doneg n'. .- .,,st1Rt M. t .; ( g(
t May 29 wall a day never to be forgotten stables last week; Mr Daugherty ..... l
You come to } HIIY 'to.Jt.J. '
can . k'
hi Sf. I in the ." nIut.S 4
Cloud, Early morning says he hopes to build up a good business ... ". .
crowds were strolling through the town in the very near future. GRAIN I f ,
t. "" '
2 klSSIMMEEFROM and then on to the large gospel tent 1'I FERTILIZERS 'F RS .:

where -the. Memorial, 'Day exercises The Misses Mildred and Vivian Lee :_ WOOL ,

t -- .- --- t't. were held.. What an. inspiring sight of Kissimmee, accompanied by Miss SHINGLES' q
were' the grand old veterans. Two Kate O'Berry, spent Wednesday in the AND ,I j;

CITY, : hundred of them marched. side by side, city visiting friends. Tbe three young ORANGE BOXES J.fP:
KANSAS
1 their flags draped with mourning in Klasimmee belles were the guests of ORANGE WRAPS ALL.

'' honor of their fallen comrades, and .just Mrs. Outlaw. : i" a
AND RETURN FOR. :
: before enterlngthe_ teht they "ot>ened VECETABLECRATES COUNTRYPRODUCE
$3O.OO and spend 25 days '.1 I ranks" and took off their hats and I I J. M. Lee one of Kfssimtnee's. prominent ,
,' stood at "attention" while the Woman's, citizenswas seen on The thoroughfares CRATE NAILS ,\

Relief Corpa, 100 tD ong, marched in I of St. Cloud last Saturday.. 1 I

, Long enough time to investigate' the best with their color bearers-four beautiful I Mr. Lee spoke very favorably of the We sejl field
)
, and seeds all
garden kinds.
or
future of our little city and bredicts a ,?
bargains 5-Acro Tracts, Town Lots young ladies in the lead. The old soldiers We give"special .attention to fitting-out hunting and camping >
wonderful in business and
and Country Property in the wept and said, "They are the growth population parties. .i1' .
in few months.
1
a ,
,,,tate, for sale by ones who" 1Iaved the Union. God bless Free delivery city limits. Phone No. 12. ]. ;
marched into _
them. The W. R. C.
Albert Bearden, of Kissimmee ar- I we are county agents for ,good fertilizers. Ask us for circular, .i
Z W. S.:f ALYEA ., the tent, the soldier boys following.The rived 'in St. Cloud Wednesday.. Mr. i and priceson fertilizers. $
tent wan far too small to hold sucha :
Bearden will take charge of Stanford'sstore J
FLOIDA large gathering and crowds stood I"
I OFFICE IN PARK HOTEL, KISSIMM.EE, : without and iiaten.ed, to'the services, on New York avenue during the X OOOOCCOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOUOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO* !}', I,
: illness of Albert Parker.
....... ................ befitting which were so very'impressive memorable an and occasion.solemn, I I C. A. CARSON t>r.it.nt. .J. A. CRANPORD.VIee-PNddent. s.Le LurrxR..-. tai". .., .

__ _n_ ___ Flags and flowers were used in abundance We were more than pleased to receivea 't'I-'I
call on Saturday last from Mr. P. All
c ....-":? ,- = and the pulpit was transtormed
: =; Vans Agnew who is one of the firmest
by their beauty and artistic arrange. .t I
KISSIMMEE
supporters of our colony. Mr. Vans LUMBER CO. ,
BUY YOUR GROCERIES. BY MAIL! ment. The services were aJ! follows: Agnew has been seriously ill in New '

Song, America, congregation. York for several"months and we were
Prayer by Rev. 'J, B. Westcott. midst vFugh .- ,
name on our mailing list. Our glad to see him once more in onr t
Let place
us your
list is full of bargains. - - Benediction by Rev. Mr. Julien. I and looking so'well.. . '
Monthly price l This program closed a day never to ; and Dressed :

v Cured Meats Sold at Cost be forgotten.; t I The first ripe bunch of bananas at t '

Today the principal Decoration Day the Shaker colony since the frost of '

BAKER BROTHERS services were held beginning at 7 a.: m.. I j I January, was gathered last, week, and Pine Lumber. i '-' '

when the veterans their wives, fam-i although small in size, the fruit was .
HOUSE MARKET '
Tr4E PACKING y.
ilies and friends repaired to Ml. Peace J well matured\ and of excellent flavor. .. ",,
1004.1006' Franklin St. TAMPA, FLORIDA'Do cemetery, on the outskirts of the town I| Banana plants set out a year ago last .

... - -' 22-at .-- where fitting honors were pajd to the-'' month are now setting fruit which will ..
-. = - HOUSE BILLS A SPECIALTY *
: ,. I comrades who have passed on to the I ripen in July and August: Over 500

life eternal. The detail of soldiers !! bunches of bananas have been grown IOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOUOO MCOQaaooac a

placed (flags and (flowers on the Beveralgraves ,' here during the past few weeks. --.- -------- - -,--- 'S\., tt
and eight young girls gave the <
military salute to'the dead and a bugler I Mr. Charlie Donegan accompanied bya ...'-uI $3.00- ,
friend from St. Cloud passed the
Comrade Cummings, sounded "taps. .
then made to Shaker Colony last week with a load of "
lights out. A return was FROM KISSIMMEE
the city and from there to the gospel late oranges. They had been spending ,:
was a few days at the Hopkins Ranch as :. .
tent where the following program ;
i guests of the manager: Mr. Robert TO JACKSONVILLEAND'
given: ,
THOM'ASI ,
/ You Use audience. Donegan and report growing, crops -,
Song, Battle Hymn I' '
looking fine in that section. RETURN .
Rev. J. B. Westcott. ;
Prayer by
I PHOSPHATE (Basic Slag) ? Address by Col. H. A. Kinney. Mr. Ezra Stewart says he has just .-

March and flag salute schoolchildren. dug his spring crop ,of Irish potatoes Monday Jnne I 2Oth \ I
,
1 'If Not, WHY NOT ? Recitation The Daughter of aVeterah which for size excellence of quality and ,
Miss Kitty March. 1
yield has surpassed any crop of recent
It is not costly, injurious nor an experiment; but the Song, Three Little Sisters, the Misses and years. The seed planted some 90 days VIA i J
Lois Oberlander, Opal Murray since, was presented to him by a veteran
I
best and cheapest phosphate for Citrus Fruits, Katherine Lowe:
from Ohio who visited St. Cloud last AtlantiC CoastrXine ,,11
Recitation, Heroes? Blue, by Miss i winter.; .
BECAUSE It Produces the Nma Duttoh. ,,,' .
I Recitation, You Put No Flowers On The following clipping from the :t

z Choicest Fruit at Least Cost My Papa'a Grave, by Mrs.'E. AddiB, Oberlin Timea will probably be. of Interest '. TICKETS GOOD ON .ALL REGULAR:'TRAINS J :.' 1' ; .
syt t Song!,The Star Spangled Banner, by : to many,readers of the Tribune: " '

'" *J Read Mr. E. E. Thompson's letter in the Florida audience. ', ,n ? "The latest Addition to.the tropical : FINAL LIMIT JUNE 23rd .t'; \ ,:;1"
-y, 'f Adjourned fordinner. -. : collection at the Times office is an 18- '''
n "- Fruit and Produce News aan.7. 1910)). 2 p. m., program continued. inch alligator which arrived from Proportionate, Low' Rates From Other Points;,>::. :,i} ;

a 1t THEN TRY IT Song, Nearer-My God to Thee, audi- Florida Monday of this week. He! was -fir e
For tickets or information call on nearest Atlantic Coast Line
ence. genCBy express in a small pine box and Agent or ..
The COE-MORTIMER COMPANY, Address by Rev. M. P. Julien. i was four days in making the'trip from Y. R. BEAZLEY, T. P. A., J. G. KIRKLAND, D., *'. A. '; r
TAMPA FL.A.
SPECIAL IMPORTERS. Sash drill and pantomime ten girls. I St. Cloud, Florida, to Oberlin. After
Lincoln's address at Gettysburg by J. this journey without food or water he

CHARLESTON, S. C. O. McNe, I was ready to fight as soon as the lid ,
Recitation by Miss Lois.. Hoffman. was' ifted. He is a genuine alligatorand
HIGH GRADE FERTILIZER: "MATERIALS.!
Exercise Near the Heavenly Camp a perfect specimen of his tribe. The Graystone Auto

... Ground, by six little girls. He looks very much as we expectedhim Garage ,. .
Recitation, They Call Me General, by to, but we were greatly surprisedat
r 23-9t Master Laverne Addis. his activity. He sleeps the greater '
.. Heroes Gone But Not Forgotten --AGENCY FOR- v/.
!"" - - Song, portion of tpe time when unmolested,
male quartette. but if angered in manner he can
any
.. ,.
...
Recitation, The Battle (Schiller:: ), by move very quickly and'strike and bite BUICK U - '

Mr. J. B. Westcott.- as quickly as a serpent. He is very OVERLAND GAS AND ';r ,
Recitation Grandpa's Chum, by Miss dainty-about his eating, as he eats only
May Davis fresh meat and requires but! two'meala HUDSON STEAM CARS

Recitation, Why We Did Not Sell the. per month. That is often enough, how WHITE I
Farm, by Miss Faye Hunter. ever, at the present price of meat. IC
Bathing Recitation, The Rise of Sixty-One, by This specimen can be seen any time ;

Mrs. Hoffman. at the Times office.and is surley a curiosity Supplies, Repairs and Accessories ,t't '.
Solo arid chorus Pin My Grand Army if you have never seen a 'gator. .

., Badge on Alf y Breast male quartette. Call and make his acquaintance as he -AMPLE GARAGE .. ''rI
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Recitation, Our Flag, by Miss Fern ". d
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Recitation, Whispering Bill, by Miss
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Solo by Mrs. Dr. Hyre. very uneasy as to the damage the com
Song and pantomime, Rock of Ages I et would do, but after long nnd loud E L. LESLEY COMPANY'S. ': ,,4
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by prayers all went to bed at a late hour. ,

Drill, Manual of Arms Capt. Alfred By the time they were snoring good, M. CULL. MANAGER ...' a
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Bailey, May Davis Amy and Nina Dut- i of gasoline which was sprinkled qv r I FULL "i LINK'"n OF '

tonr, Hazel Ketchum. the streets in generous rivulets./ ak- GENERAL HARDWARE '
Address> by Judge R. Anderson. !\ing a noise to arouse the colored peo- .
Adjournment 6:30: m. to lake front 1 pie, a match was applied to the gasoline- loot.*. F.acla.. FumltBrc. Pmtmt.Otl.a.d Var.lnti... Ql.nw.r. '-rockery i. '.,
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nvroegwho; fill watery graves. At the awoke and pandemonium broke looae. GRAIN, FEED AND FERTILIZERS l
close of the ceremony in which Mrs.''! Some vented their feelings in prayer "

-4 Mary VeG-aw. president of the Woman's some took to their heels knocking (Grocery Located on N. Y. Ave., 2 doors from _t. 'Cloud Hotel t
Relief Corps, and Mrs. Elmina C. West (down fences and everything in their Hardware Store P nn. Av-, near 11th St. .
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C. W.UANN'S Charity Julien were!:,. Farm PUMP EeaHs ,
part, a wreath of flowers was cast upon 1 the| "comic is kum." It .was a cruel rV

the waters py Commander John De joke, but.it was funny.=Perry Herald. F'VRNITZTRE: : I It

Graw and a boat filled with flowers cast I' Old papers can be-bought' at this office t CASH"OB INSTALLMENTS!' "' '
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adrift bythe school children. All returned at 20 cents per hundred. Just what you
to the city just as the sunset need to put under your carpets, matting S. II. CULL, The Pioneer Merchant '. '

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The Kissimmee( Valley Gazette The'\railroad bill'JIM finally. passed the TRITE AND. TRUTHFUL and what he read of the wonderful opportunities CITRUS' EXCHANGE( of Miami: Outside of these the old. df. .'
the most part, have been
1- ...,.,.. Uu Senate,, after being before that body In and around KisKimnfee, rector, for ..
PUBLISHED EVERT FRIDAY. twelve !weeks.. We don't know and we In perusing its columns,, looked goocf'to MIHMIM re-elected. "
don't think anyone else knows wh'aXef- : hirp, and resulted in his to Meets in Tampa and Elects Officers "The meeting yesterday :was characterized :;
Office in Valley Gazette Building" [Bv OLD PiwVEIW8.] deciding pay and enthusiasm '"1 ..
KISB1M1IBE.,OSCEOLA COUNTY. FLA:\ fect It will have on prohibiting the railroads ,t '.___,__ us. a visit and see for himself.. He for the EnsuingYear by1 harmony unanimous.v'It', ,
being
paying' rebates to corporations every nomination .
i came, was convinced 'and' purchasedten
Make of
W.B... HARRIS! Edl or..tld Pro (r. while the ''general public iaa. robbed' of yourself.something, .1 yourself instead. acres of land li?'. Park Gardens, Representatives. from exchanges: fromall "Was' decided to go ahead with the pres-'' I(

S. J.. TR1PLETT, A..o l T*\ dltor. through excessive freight rates, but it ----- .7 \which: he has_,already begun'to fence parts'of the state met in,, this city ent'policy; ojf the concern which -has 1
---"-oJa-: ;....._- I II a safe bet to make that It suited the I and Improve, Mr. Jones will remain for -the'' of holdingthe resulted successfully during the past .. ..
yesterday purpose
TES'G.. To have calling anil be tot
SUBSCRIPTION R a prepared for the present !
outlook
f OM .... ... .. .n 00 great railway magnates or it .never- I it-should be aim I here about two weeks getting his, land annual'ele lon of officers of the year The
p OB*00"eopy." fir on monhs.. ... .... .. ... ... bi would have become a.law. your highest- ip-'shape'for fall cultivation;' after Florida Citru 'Excnange, and attending; year is encouraging in the extreme, and -.

i All eommunlcmtloM, except roni--'our author.sad l :; ;; is which he* will return'home: and begin to other business* The 'session was I jt is expected that the Exchange will
and of disease
L The cause ,cure employing
....... wrltarRel.ct.d percentage of
\ 1., .pondenta imtter ,will mgt not be Irnwl be returned DP..be untaMeUedlor. From the Jacksonville Metropolis we the minds of the greatest men arranging his affairs, "preparatory tomoving was mostly of a routine nature, but a I handle much greater fast'

j" ," ._ T' . gain the information that, the agricultural and wmfn.of our country -to-Kfonmmee and becoming a great deal ot'bu8ine s'.waa transacted; the full crop than waj the case c. t
according to
entered.t th*Poak.meela tttulmnwe, FU..u department of the Atlantic Godot/ -; permanent resident.. the eJUct nature of which was not announced year. Indications paint<< , ,
_man matter.Frilay __ ,___ Temple, that the. rfitrus crop this ,
-.doe Mr.
. Line Railway.Compapy will be divided and newspaper men were ex
= If some of the health,boards be "enth' :.
into two dl1itt' cta. Mr Wilbur McCoy, ,jcould What is Newspaper? .eluded. Matters regarding successof year will be-only about fifty per +
June 10, 1OTO. corralled, taken to the peat house, fu. due to frosts and 'j
agent, will remain in Charge Of.the the the as great as last year,
during pastyear
negated with com n sense and inoculated The question Is asked many times Exchange: .. 1
}'. If young McKenzie, who was elected states pf Florida, Georgia and Alabama, ,'j I' with intellect, possibly some good during single day and It :ids seldom and the prospects ot\.this year were droughts.Tampa'Tribune./
f" to the legislature from Putnam' county, With headquarters.in Jacksonville. Mr. 1 might result to the community. that a correct.and concise answer is ever fully' discussed.: I "
make. as'good a representative as did McCoy has done much to build up thee'I given.A The.meeting" should have convened at : .A Mother's love.It .

his father, the people of that county towns along the line of the: A. C. ...., I Selfishness is the greatest curse of scribe who,had the question asked 10 o'clock! yesterday! morning at the I is not prosperity, With her smile

will be proud of his work at TallahasIt : and we are truly glad that he is retained I the present day, and from it springs him many times, finally took occ'uionto .Exchange headquarters at Tampa and and beauty, that fries the' purity and '

lee.- in\charge of this territory. I most all the sins and vices. . write a carefuly constructed definition Twigg. street, but as many of those ,fervor of a mother's love;; it is .in the
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a Newspaper, and all attending desired to vote in the of
dark and dreary precincts adversity,
is that the
barely., possible now Archbishop Blenck 'of New Orleans I I who read should profit thereby.TJie the morning session Was abandoned '
L Live so that when men speak evil of amid the cold frowns of an unfeeling "
.' campaign is over, that the newspaper.ddtore has issued an appeal to all the good citIzens ideas of what and the did not until ./
of Florida'can find time and I you the world may know it is.untrue.If a newspaper reallyis meeting -open world in poverty and despair, in sickness -
of Louisiana to oppose every effort are: 1:3: p. m. After convening, however, that it shines witha

space advantage to say.this something state' about the many' I to repeal the anti-race track law in I I another don't ;believe just as you I "It's,a public institution, and ydu are ,the delegates got right down to busines, I, brightness and in sorrow beyond, mortality, and,
possesses over that state the following Ian- as mUch interested concluded about 4
using as the editor, the and their labors
is he is fool rascal. of its
do own bosom
other in the Union. it no sign a or a stifling the secret ,
any gage: "I deem that a revival' of race publisher or any one connected with I o'clock, which was some time before it strives but to pour balm and consolationupon
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Advertising, Mahin's Messinger; track gambling would be a greater the.paper. was expected that they would. Those I -
says : .Good character is worth more than the sufferer, and the cup of misery -
is simply creating buying habits. That curse to New Orleans than a yearly vise :I all else in this world and prepaysyour "It's a legitimate business, even as living out of the city left last night to I filled to overflowing:, serves but to

is why it is certain to be a paying investment itation of yellow fever." Clean racing, passage to the next. yours is, and it takes money to run it return home. bind them more firmly and dearly t*
.'" if done right, and' continued he asserted, is as impossible ala clean :I _____ v even as it does yourjbusiness. The most important matter considered '\ each other, as the storms of winter bid

'i long enough to do its work thoroughly. brothel, and the two are' known to : If you recognize an individual life, you ."It's one of the greatest institutions yesterday was the resignation of sheltering ivy twine itself more

Everybody knows how hard a habit work hand in hand. "I positively. should remember that there is some infinite of time, and always a reflection of'the General Manager M. E. Gillette, which I I closely around'the withering oak. Ab- .
sert that' the absence of this curse of people of'the town. 1 _
grips. had been for
H, source from whence it comes. expected some ] sence cannot chill a mother's love, nor
I II IIt race track gambling from New Orleanshas I "It's an institution that does more which resulted from personal reasons mother's
t even vice itself destroy a
There is so much building going on been not only a spiritual and moral charitable work than ,! can '
anyorganizationin which have been already stated. Mr.
I The word heaven means harmony- kindness. The lowest degradations of
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so prosperity stajIc
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gain proved a world.
q ing around louse in every citizen's back signifies t of rest, !safety and peace. Gillette's work the past year has been human frailty cannot wholly blot out
cial advantage. "It's a place where you souner or later extremely satisfactory to the Exchange i of the first fond
the remembrance yearnings -
that ; had but
yard, really our people I .
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; -- ---- come to ask a favor of the editor,' whole and it with for
--- - as a was great regret of stir affection, the faint
little time or inclination to discuss the The optimist gets his foretaste of
{. political situation. While aome of the St. Petersburg is sure running 'em heaven here likewise the pessimia't and if it is not granted, you stalk off in that the resignation was received.Mr. memorial of primeval innocence; nay,
.some these summer days. Just listen: rage, only to quiet down. Gillette's resignation, however, was consciousness
if the or
f I it seems as very
papers devoted every inch of available catches glimpses of hell on this side of
space to discussing the merits of some The voters will have a chance to say the river. "It's something we all want, and accepted, and in his place Exchange the abject state of her erring child
candidate, the Valley Gazette wasboosting whether or not they want another bond must have, If we progress. I named W... C. Temple, one of the best more fully developed'the mighty forceof

r Kissimmee and Osceola county issue for the improvement of the city. Never affirm your health condition "It's the town builder, and you know i 1 known orange growers in the state, who that mysterious passion, which can
The/ election will be held on June 19. it" US,j certain to render efficient and apnreI and forgive all things, and
with the result that we have won a only as you wish it to be true.So . I forget
The last meeting of the city council I Mated serviceOfficers though the youth of her fairest hope.
; grand victory, for this town and county '
.J.. .consumed much time in adjusting the Major Murphy for County Judge ; elected by the Exchange for be as one cast off from God and
are building up faster than any other : ill- may
good f.
; .t- section. of the state. amounts for the vari.us issues. Sixty- Health may walk conquer where has trod The County Democratic Executive the ensuing year are as Tollows: Dr. man, vet she will not forsake him,
.. -- seven thousand, five hundred dollars I pain ; Committe'e met yesterday morning and F. W. Inman of Florence Villa, president but participate in all things save hiswickedness.
;i : The Fort Dodge, DeMoines and Southern will be :'spent for brick paving in the As a, man thinketh so is he- recommsnded Major.T. M.- Murphy for ; Eugene Holtsinger! of Tampa, first"vice ExchanR'e.While .
Rifle, then, and think with God.
Railway Company has been forced streets, $10,000' for improvement and appointment by the Governor to succeed president W. B. Gray. TamJ;a.
into insolvency with $300,000,000 liabilities extension of the preserit 'w terw rks e Is More Than PleasedMr. I Judge] G. F. KribbB resigned. second vice president; W. C. Temple, other localities have been
while it is not believed its assets system, a like amount will be voted for There were only two applicants for Winter Park, general manager. R. P. scrapping over who are the best men to

will reach one-fourth that amount. It the purchase and improvement of the W. H. Jones of Mt. Vernon, the appointment, Major Murphy and Burton, sales manager and O. G. Cook, hold certain offices; Kissimmee has
r' i. generally conceded that this is just bay front, which extends from one end Ohio, was a pleasant caller at this office Judge G. K.' Parker. traffic,! manager, are three-year men, been going right ahead building brick
l another case of railroad for yesterday, and though he arrivedin houses laying sewers and water mains,
wrecking' of the city to the other, $5,000 will go This appointment is only for the un- and consequently were not concerned. in
the of freezing out the small t.he city only a few days is already and otherwise preparing herself to end|
h 1 purpose towards improving and bettering the ago. expired term, or until January 1, 1911. the election. Among exchange representatives I .
'; t stockholders and inflating the valuation sewerage system. And the 'people of an enthusiast over the future i Candidates, for the regular two-year I who have been elected for : ter the class of up-to-date Cities.
; of the ,road for which the people will that hustling town will vote every dole prospects of this section. Mr. Jones I term will be voted for in the general the ensuing year are the following: ---=-==-'=- -
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f be called upon to furnish dividends in ,' lar 0It, for they have learned the stated that two months! ago he hadn't election next November. I Charles G. Harness of Charlotte Harbor Old papers 20 cents can oe hundred.bought at They are-
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? the shape of exhorbitant freight and wisdom of making things beautiful, if the remotest idea of leaving Ohio, but L. W. Tilden Winter Garden, E. the very thing you per need to put under

,'. passenger rate they want to catch the winter' tourists. he began receiving the Valley Gazette, I Old newspapers for sale at this office. C. Stewart of Bartow M. S. Burbank your matting.

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fj' rie land for you to select from, in 20-acre tracts; cabbage; $150 to $300 per acre growing Irish .

at $20 per acre. $4OO payable $20 cash and potatoes; $150 to $3OO per acre, growing strawberries :

'. :i $20 every thirty days will buy you a tract.of land just to mention a feW of the profitable

'":.. on which you can become independent, on which procucts. Come where Oranges, and Grapefruit r

you can make a home for your family in the finest develop to their best and are safe from danger of !

r climate in the United States, on whjch( you can damage by frost. COME AND SEE IT, ANYWAY.

I' make good living and l some money besides, with Let us show you. Come now when the weather is -I. .

;' the most healthful surroundings possible to find. hottest and see how delightful the summer climate j

5' / Quit grinding along very day admid adverse really is. We have booklet that is free for ' I ..

k conditions in the North and come to the Kissimthe asking, and it will tell you much more about '

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morning to *(sit her. daughter, Mrs "
Rooms to .
I ;'; TLVPMONI NO. 11.PUBLISHEP streets. Mrs rent, Plufnmer', corner:'Oak' and 23-tT Main Ceo. E. Fisher;\at Si. Cloud. SOCIETY HAPPENINGS

. '*; Ji') W. and Miss Eleanor Built' to zl zlA
. Have ilf Mrs. L. Van Duror Will be From wssimmee
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: 'I : EVERY FRIDAY87 you Been' I bid I red cave. of Orlando, have been the guestsof '

i -", I, "" f ''City Fruit Store Mrs. C. 1. ,Bandy this week St. Qoud MISS INEZ CARSON, Society Editor .

w. B. ,HAARIS. For JBale-Goed ol'le.and buggy Mr. H. b.' Boiee left Thursday for a'' The Board of County\Commissioners 1 .

A'' = ,: ?4-.tf. D. N. Floyd." visit to his old home at Aledo, ill He at their meeting .Monday l lost, took I MoC ts.:.. Axe.et..eM.ia't bv HU' U _Ut". .Phoo Na: .Y -., .

0, f Just think of It. Chocolate plates. will) return in August some very decided step towards makIng "

16c a pound. City Fruit, Store The absence of name boards on the I the beat system of public roads tobe On list Thursday evening' a party of Miss M. C. Bryan left'l week for
Weather'Report streets l ia decided and and young people spent a few hours most Clifton 'SprinarN.., Y., where she will ,
Watch for cigars; 'Special'lot. a inconvenience found In any county in Florida, t
.. enjoyably on\he lake, the Linda-being spend the summer .
should be for without '
23tf. arranged delay.
i City Fruit Store. It their plan -i. 'adopted by the City ride delightful
) ,' the launch used, and during the \'. -
The Rev. David D.' will hold Council, the distance between this city refreshments were served.
-Kidd.
the List : 'B. Aultman
Following are daily temperatures your property with R. D. Waring Mesdames S. S.. H. Bullock
f t .- and precipitation'' f P' tor quick isle! .t State Bank services In the Episcopal church on Sunday and St;, Cloud wilJUbe reduced-' o. six Those participating in the 1e..ure. and W. JU Winn left', Tuesday for'
next. Morning prayer sermon and. of the evening were Misses Kate O'Ber-
building
23-tf milea. St. Louis, where ,they will attend the.
'. I reported by the Government Holy Communion at ULo'clock ry\ Ines Carson- Elmer, Smith Elizabeth -* convention of the American Woman's
:'t. 9: station at-Kissimmee., for the For Sa] -Milk cowl. Apply to W,' For a. king time our comrhtasloners\ Carson, Margery B>arden. Rachel League. :
week June 1910. B. Makinson's residence 22-3t-pd The Village Improvement Society will have been casting about for ways and; Leake, Mildred and Vivian'LeeJ.Annie -,
ending ',
meet next Tuesday at the Council Carson, and' Messrs.: Howard
Bryan
Buy from us and get your thread for, rooms. All members are requested tobe mean to change the route) of the old and ".Edgar KatIE, Eugene Bryan Gus Miss Kathleen Peacock of Lake City ,
, \1. MAX .. 1Ia KAIH nothing. Ask us. At Dann's. 22-tf present.; ,road, the one that runs by the ,eeme- Smith, Stanley Bullock, Albert Bear- arrived this week. She will be the. .

Friday 95 66 0, tl fiery. and make a new one to parallelthe den.Iyde; Nelson and Charles Moon. charming( guest of Miss Kate O'Berry -
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Saturday. . . 96 69 watches Go to J and. M.blocks Post to repaired get your; jewelry 23tiPrentia last week enjoying-Le8Iey.an and outing family at spent their railroad from this city to St. Cloud', Mrs. Leach and Mrs Smith were the for\the next.two month.. *" '!! a

Sunday . . : 97 72 :, ranch, about thirty-five.miles southeast and, aa stated above, the plan assumed chaperon
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.' Nonday.96 78 .=, sells Kiihball: pianos and or ef Kissimmee., somewhat of a different shape at their -:-- 'Mr! and of St. Louie

Tuesday , , 96 72 .06 21.tf gans. See him at Th'-Home Store. Mr. J. H. Steffee came up from Green meeting on Monday, 'when they appointed -I at Messrs.home for'the Howard Bummer and Edgar from KaU the Missouri are are Yowell visiting and Mr.their C.relatives E. Yowsll., the Misses ;'

'Y needay 93 70 .35 Pond to attend the 'meeting of. the a committee consisting of E.!: -L,,, School of Mines. Their 'many ;

' ,., .:_ : 'h raday . 90 68 ,11 Use Plank' Chill Tonic. Guaran County Democratic Executive Committee Lesley, J. S. Stratton, E. L. D. Over- friends are glad'tohave! them home -
; T teed. Price 25 cents. Sold by all yesterday.Mr. street, T. M. Murphy and S. 'J. Trip- again. Our people will be glad to know that

-druggists. uin-8 W. H. Jones.of Mt. Vernon, Ohio, lett, to confer with the City Council Mr. and Mrs. Tyson and their son of ,

New line Dorothy Dodd' oxford/just; arrived in the city Wednesday, having and ascertain If that body 'would build 'I| Mr. Henry Stanford, who has been ill Alabama the are expecting They' will to be"reside quite tare an j

-- -------- received in our shoe department. At decided, through reading the.Gazette, a bridge across the lake and continue 1| with fever for' some time and in fqture.toKlssimmes. .
C. W. Dann's. 22-tf to' make Kissimmee hi. permanent 'I who seemed-to be doing 'so nicely, has acquisition .
home. He immediately began looking the marl road from the city limits to'' suffered a relapse, and his many friends _.

- THE LOCAL -fIUD.1 Full line ladies', children's and men's around for a location, and decided on Broadway. While no specific amount I I are very anxious about his condition.
I bathing suits Mr. C. A. Canon, Jr. went to Tampa F
-capa and slippers. Prices Park Gardens, where he purchased ten : was settled upon that the county would uncle

50c suit up.{ A\ Dann.'_. 22-tf and acres will through begin improving the Nelson right Realty away.Mr. Co.. devote toward, the city's bill of expense Miss Grace Jolly has returned borne Saturday with his- N. P. .Bryan.

yry weA ----K Lost-A diamond screw stud. A lib- In doing its part of the work, _Wilt from Georgia. She is being enthusiastically -'
eral reward will be paid if found, by Carrington Barr, of Jackson was the general feeling among "thecommUsioneas welcomed by the members of the Miss Ruby Ellis will return to Brenau 4'
Wade the tuner. Orlando. addressing box 468, city. 21-tf young society set, with whom she is extremely two weeks tosummer lake advantage of the ;
ville, president and principal promoter that they would be most school.in % ,_ {
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Dwellings, for rent, apply to M. Til Boys, have you seen the new line of liberal.
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ler. kind? Price way down. At Dann's. Park lands at Steer Beach, wasa This committee, as per their instructions -I I 14. Address on the children of the ,.T ,fH M

Look for the big red cage 22.tf visitor in our city last Saturday, consulting appeared before, the council at PROGRAM *
bible G. F. Parker.
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City Fruit Store. I Its meeting on Tuesday night and ..exI
I Office fixtures cabinets and local manager for the company.On I 16. Recitation; by Mr. A. S. Nelson 1
filing wined: the county's desires IIi the matter i "
For fresh fish, phone the Rull Bas'8NIKket labor saving devices of all kinds. Yaw- ; 16. Scripture reading. I s
account of the serious illness of For the Children's Exercises to
No. 189. 19-tf man & Erbe make. See Prentia at the and the council appointed Messrs.W. ; Day 17. Offertory, Miss Hutsoh..Sermonette .
her T. Stanford Mrs.H. .
nephew, Henry ,
Home Store. B. Makinson J. C. Moore and J.
For dressed poultry, phone the' HuH tf C. Stanford was unable to attend M. Hansel! with '' be Held at Presbyterian hush 18. Rev. Snyder, ;t 1
aa a committee to act
Bass Market. No. 189. 19-tf Wanted-Bids for plowing twenty the American Woman's League Convention 19. Song-Sunlight. : ,
which meets at University City, the committee appointed by the com- The following will be rendered I I'
acres' in Park Oarden. Work 4o .;be program 20. Benediction by Rev. Snyder;
Agency of the White Star Laundryat done soon. See Nelson Realty Co.or Mo., this week and Mrs. S. H. Bullock missioners. I at the Presbyterian church on ,
the Home Store 1 Khone 154. write N. A. Clay'Mt Vernon O. 20tf; accompanied Mrs. Aultman 'and Mrs. The of this road will be of, '
: building Sunday, June 12, the being i
occasion Winter in the of
: Winn as a delegat from the local chap I Lingers Lap Spring -
Auto Livery, day or night. Call S. Sewing Machines-Agency for Singer term her stead.Postmaster incalculable benefit to every person Children's Day : ,
W. Downing phone 166. 17tf machines. Cash or on easy payments. living "both in Kissimmee and' in the 1. Organ voluntary, Miss Carrie Mil Mr. E. H. Eggersgluess, who recently -
3.OO Frank Vans Agnew began went to Milwaukee Wi.. to settle .
Machines ,
per month rented. southern portion of the county, and es- ,
Mutton, fresh, fat and fine, at the this week from ler. ".
Rull Baas Market, phone 189. 19-tf 21-tf The Home Store his orchard shipping oil peaches Paradise Island. He has pecially so to the residents of St. Cloud, 2. Solo by Miss Helen Jones. chorus up his affairs preparatory to coming to 1 J

We sell five which *s the shortening of the road three Kissimmee as a permanent resident, ,
planted
5 or 6 doses "666" will cure caseof can your orange grove for a reasonable acres m peaches, were by choir. |
Chills and Fever. Price 26c.any 14-6mo price on short notice. Lint with a year ago last January, from whichhe miles will act as a great time saver, 3. Prayer by Rev. Snyder, followedby writes the Gazette as follows: .
us and allow us a chance to verify this expects to get 150 crates.this season. "I left Kissimmee
and three miles to a farmer means considerable Lord', Prayer in.concert. ) on, Sunday, May 4 .. .
Fresh bread every day alsff fanqv statement. 23-tf R. D. Waring &Co. The trees are planted on hammock landsubirrigated 29 and arrived here" in Milwaukee'
to of the ,
Bay nothing; wear
fruits and candies at Mrs. and have made a wonderful 4. Solo, by Mrs. Norton. .
groceries
Regero's. 19-tf For Sale-Cow and calf The reason growth. Mr. Vans Agnew also hada and tear on his wagon and stock. I. Scripture reading. June 1, and found the weather very

for selling is that we have no time to young budded grapefruit grove on But our people can rest easy and 6. Welcome, by Amy Makinson. cold, aqd have been wearing an over- ,

For Sale-Six milk cows with calves, care for tier. Cheap if Bold at once. the island planted three years ago, keep quiet, for our commissioners have Miss coat every timet I went out. I am enjoying .. .
Recitation Ruth Butler.
all freab. J25; to *75 each. 23-tf Lone Star Ranch. which is heavily laden with fruit. 7. by health far and in few ;
good so a
demonstrated that when they under- "
16-tf Z. W. BASS. 8. Song, "He Loves Us.
. For Sale5 year old mare and spring Postmaster Frank Vans Agnew leaves take a thing, they always carry it to a 9. Exercises by the infant class days I will be at work to finish up my .,.
Our candy in guaranteed absolutely wagon; 2 cows and heifer, Jersey and for New York next week to be present successful conclusion, and an air line jobs before returning to the land of i J ,
Recitation Fred
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pure and is made in the most sanitary native; 15 Rhode1 J Island chickens and 2 at the home-comiflg ex-President by Snyder. sunshine. Kissimmee l is food enough
factory in the world. roosters turkeys ducks and 4 hogs... Roosevelt. Mr. Vans Agnew was con- road, made of marl, with bridge across 11. Song, by Edith and Albert Hut- for me all the year round.' I
Niemeyer & Wiley. THUS. McDoWBJLL, nected with Col.! Roosevelt's Rough the arm of the lake, parallel with the son. .

24-tf On Mr Keen's old homestead.Mrs. Rider regiment during the Spanish- railroad treatle will some day be a tact. 12. Recitation, by Alberta Anderson Old pa-pera can be bought'at this omce. ;.. 1 t[
For bargains in resident property, American war, in the capacity of vet- at 20 cents per hundred. Juat what you ,t
truck lands and orange groves call on Jas Paulk and little daughter erinary surgeon, and he will take partin 13. Song, "Hear 'the Happy Chil need to put under your carpets, matting
H. M. Breaker. Kicsimmee! Fla. 4-tf of Cairo ia., arrived in the city Wednesday the ceremonies arranged by this regiment Old paper for sale at this office. dren." etc. '-;
Mr. and Mrs. ( .
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on a visit to 1.1) for welcoming their former chief r
After November J5th Wood will be W. Bass and other relatives ;
tain, when he disembarks from his long .
|I$1,25 a stran delivered. Miss Alma Griffin and Master Law tour in Africa and other foreign..coun.. Ii: a
Kipsimmee Lumber Co.
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1 4 rence Griffin weM\\ over to the East tries. *, .
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For choice 5-acre suburban home Coast this week the former to visit ofa .
R. D. Waring & Co. is the style '
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tracts see Kissimmee Gardens. relatives at Palm Beach and the latterat real estate firm which began businessin .::. i i'
ZO-tf J. M. Willson Jr. New'Smyrna. Kissimmee this week, with offices in

the State Bank R. D. War- ..
unfurnished Dr. Breaker hale book that building.
For Rent Furnished, or a was or-
. house of 7 rooms electric "lighted dered by Alice Baily but has failed to ing the senior member of the firm, i is "
I throughout. Address P. O. find her. If this falls under the, eye of well known in this city, where he has been t"r
16-tf. some one who knows where she is. it engaged In real estate business for sometime J
will be a favor to inform him. while his partner, Mr. Geo. M. KISSIMMEE PARK
The party who lost a 'fine spotted MacDonough is a new comer, having "
Irish setter last Saturday, can learn of The ladies of the Presbyterian church ,recently moved here from Phoenixville, :
his whereabouts by calling at this office serve ice cream and cake at Miss Ban Pa- (where he was'engaged in the

and paying for this notice. 24-11. dy's millinery parlors each Friday afternoon newspaper business.), after look ing over .. ...... ,
'. from 3 till 6. Come and have a other sections of the State for a' locat "' ,. .. '
An Intelligent person may earn $100 .. :, .
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? good social tiJ with, your cream. ,. .,
+ monthly corresponding for newspapers. .... ', .. ', . ,) 'I :
|-v. .,_i,, 'No eanv..ll ng. Send for particulars The subject of Rev. A. M. Cbish lm'. From the Wausaukee (Wis.) Inde- ./... ' "" ," ." "- ". ,.. I ",
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-'- .-Press Syndicate,B 2245, Lockport N.:Y: sermon at the Christian church Sunday pendent we learn that Senator H. P. .
who Kas ill at . .
Bird been lying critically '
morning will be "Almost thou persuad 6 ,
For Cyphers Incubators, pourtry supplies est me to be a Christian Rev. Chis- his! home in that city for the past twelvemonths ... .
and Arthur G. Dustin strain is now well on the way to recovery
holm will take a few weeks' vacation .
White Wyandotte eggs see G. E. beginning Wednesday. : although for weeks'. .during his Has water protection from low
Takach. Eggs $5.00 per hundred. 5-tf illness his life was dispaired of. Senator .

Mr. A. Winthrop Sargent of Avon Bird and his estimable wife will be temperatures in winter. ) r
Anyone anywhere can start a mail pleasantly remembered by our _
Park, formerly identified with the neW8. people ; mt'S
order business at home. No canvass- paperbusiness in Florida was here Wednesday they spending several weeks here' last sit Ja Jt .
ing. Be your own boss.. Send for free visiting his daughter Miss Ma- winter and having made. a host of I ir y '
booklet. Tells how. Heacock, A 2144, who friends who will,welcome the glad news ''
rion Sargent, is employed as stenographer Has breezes from the lake .
: Lockport, N. Y. by the Nelson Realty Co. that the Senator"iIas-been left on earthto cooling i "
continue his work of
good helping
,I For ThoroughbredBerkshire Mr. and Mrs: W. M. Hutson and his fellow man. in summer. ,t
sow and two BOW pigs about 4 .months. children of St. Augustine arrived in the ......- '/
old. Apply to city Saturday on a visit to Mrs. M. E. The editor of the Valley Gazette > j* 0 > ,
C. W FUNK, Kochenderfer. Mr. Hutson returnedto again visited the thriving city of St. ,

23-3t pd Hilliard' Island. St. Augustine Monday night but Cloud last Monday and was pleased to Js therefore adapted to the grow- .. .., '/
Mrs. Hutson and the children will spend note the continued growth and Improvement "t

land Wall, plow ted-and Party sow to the fence land 5 to acres peas of: the summer here. of that lusty youngster. St. Cloud ing of fruits and vegetables and to '
is less than one year old but will soon .
also reliable party to plow 20 acres and Mrs. J. J. Shneider.arrived this mor- have in operation a system of. waterworks living plel>Esantly. : '
put it in shape to cultivate. rung from Abilene, Kansas, to join her an ice plant and electric lights,' \ >d 1 1.Y
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...; Nelson Realty Co. husband, who came here _several months and with a bright little newspaper, (The sets, -Is rs .

j For surf bathing fishing, boating and'utomobilingg. ago and purchased some valuable grove Tribune) ably edited and managed by w
to the Atlantic Hotel, property a few miles east of St. C oud. Mr R. W. Jolly, telling the world eachweek'of Has a variety of soil seldom found .. -- .
Coronado Beach. Directly) on the ocean. Mr. Schneider met bar in Jacksonville its wonderful growth and advantages

. Garage in connection. Summer rates and they will go out to the grove today. it has every prospect of becoming in the same area. -- '.
224t-pd. Mrs. I. M. Mabbett Prop. a splendid city in a few years.
,:j laymen'smeeting{ at the Baptist I n
For ahore cottages at St. Petersburg church next Sunday afternoon will be The Valley. Gazette Job rooms ia in } ;
or P.. -a-Grllle, address led by Mr. E. O. Waldon. and the subject this week of over six hundredpounds ...
I MARTHA IRON! GIBBS, which has been selected is "Faith." of high class bond papers, both lias transportation facilities. Stn.A *
# 96 5th Avenue N. President Nelson requests that aa many cloth and plain finish, which is by far a .
f.,,,, '" St. Petersburg, Fla. men as possibly can do so will be pres- the largest order for one class of job .11 .f *
""", ent. Visitors in the city cordially in stock ever made by this office. We 4
Wash and Be Clean-We call particular vited. have also just made extensive additionsto It is therefore possible to greatly' "
attention to our porcelain-lined Our facilities in the way of new type, : '
bath-tubsguaranteed; also lavatories, Mr. M. Mulholland,'' sales agent for brass rue: etc., and with a force of as diversify the and '
closets, sinks, etc. the Hunter Land Co., is again in the competent printers and pressmen as can, crops get them. -

The Pioneer Plumbing Shop. city and left this morning by auto to be found in Florida, or elsewhere, wear marketed with a minimum of labor' I '
21.5t Box 625. spend a few days at the company's '' in a position to handle all classes of

camp on the Kissimmee prairie, where job work with equal dispatch and in as and -- ,'- '-- -:.... -- ; .:. .e
Dr. J. C. Davis licensed optician by expense' hi
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they f re'Tiow having a hotel and other satisfactory 'a manner as any of the :
: State Optical Board can be seen at buildings!. erected under the supervisionof larger Job printing establishments. -
Park Hotel for glasses. Headache of T. W. Ellis.Mrs. ,
contractor - -- - ----
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Dr. Davis. Eyes tested free. Don't A. B. Jarrell returned home' "The Pioneer Plumbing Shop"Is "w

neglect your children's eyes. 14-tf Wednesday from a visit to relatives in'' essentially what we style it, a \ '

Wanted Your property to sell. If the tipper part ot the state. When she i "plumbing shop. We do not infringe .. '" 1

you have property for sale and are wil went away Mrs. Jarrell expected to go i upon the carpenters, the bricklayers or
to the fnountains of Georgia and
lingto sell it at its honest value we .on North Carolina for the but any trade outside of our calling, there- ,
summer
call place it tot you and get you the in I after thinking the matter over she de- fore we pratt when other trades encroach Kissimmee .
money. We have a good clientage l Valley
the west and are prepared to server [ cided Kisximmee was good enough sum upon ours. We carry a fair
( j List mer resort for anyone and returnee stock of trade's .
your interests faithfully. your our goods in our shop,
Miss Phillis is .
home. spending sometime .
property with us. -, ; which is a tangihle asset of .
k with frlends'at Lake City. our earnest
t. Nelson Realty Co. | endeavor to accommodate g
the public. Land Company t
40 acrell of land near a beautiful lake; }, The service next Sunday morning at We solicit the public patronage to en- T
less than a i the Methodist Church/will be the conclusion -
Si miles from St. Cloud; able us to expand into a permanent
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mile rrom school; 25 acres cleared and a .
'I fenced; all good soil, rich and productive children, the young people and the "home industry. \ q
beautiful hammock land; I middle aged. Now ome8 the service "Live and Let Live. .
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11 of 8 acres of oranges for the older ones /If you are sixty or H.t EDMOND SWABEY, J. E. MATTOCKS, Manager KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA ,. ...

,t grapefruit and tangerines; pretty loca over you are esp cially invited. Al 23.2t Proprietor. I J. '
. ,Iij tion. Price $4,800; time on half if de. others welcome /The Sunday school --- -, / )1''r'.
L # aired. This ia an excellent: property, ,,[ will hold its annual children's day exercises >-"- s ,
I worthy of close investigation. Sunday evenjfng. This promises.to Old papers for sale at this office,, -- '

1 '23-tf Nelson Realty Co. be an Unusually interesting service. 20 cents a hundred. .- ,'. "'r ;

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Notire U hereby Riven that the following doicrlbed landa, or to mmb thereof aa will be Th. Romance That Kept Charles VII. My only way to got<< a hot was to cross I 1
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neoeeaarjr to pay the amount due fdr taxes herein set oppoait the ..me. together with cost"' liere Single All Hi. Life this, keeping the bushiest tree between Ideal FertilizersSIZElANDQQUALITY
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each ealeand a Itw.IB front of Court House door at KlMlmmee, in tbe Countr bRCeohandateteofFlorida-. Charles Vllllers. long, the "father of me and the buck, which, had not much
the house to browse on and was therefore seldom
r za ot commons, never marred 1 .
:, .t. M' but he was the hero of a romance motionless. I proceeded to,do the hundred .

OAcII, PTles.' 0'. tAxe. ,'." , " ,. '"ow.ul, .. ?. Iy tJ which wis described In the I yards on the flat .of my stomach. .
<1.1 ;Ii: -< . e- "Reminiscences and Correspondence of This on loose bard baked black cotton '
--t [+ -< !i I 1 Our citrus :booklet entitled FERTILIZING' ,FORV'SI2E" AND .
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--- Mme. Olga Norilcnfl4'{ ; having lastedall soil was no joke. I pushed my rifle on is for
I RS ; QUALITY now ready distribution. The article on citrus culture
"', Nw or _. a :tar! :W. 40 Eubauk., W A I I 0
t: Nw !"01 ow.e. 4 5 q.'a :u. 40 Nave. 11 I +hi his life.Villiers ahead Then, wriggling past It until the is of special interest. at thin season when size and quality can be
..11"of. oe !yaof ne '. \.1+ 2'ra 89u> 10 I'av. U 0 4jl was once on the eve of marrying muzzle was near my kneel I would pans i' HO easily influenced. and when the grower so keenly realizes the importance .

I orowao.t..Orllw'.and.w'01 ae )and eef4! 01> ow l4. I II )i9s etc 1'91' geVage. VI' II 1" M, a very rich npinstcr The lady It on In front again): aud HO on. : I of producing a fancy product. !
Sw 2 of ow i H 14 "h Lie 10 'aVail". W 11 1 MW4 however w Imprudent I enough one "Progress was slow, aud I was so Following the article, \ is'a full description of our IDEAL formulas
or nw "4 :'mil: rr5 ::13e' h0 Johee L H .1 I Ill; for summer application. .
,:. 8w Mof awl leu a strip 70 yardHwIlo I day to "ay/p her fiance that she knewi absorbed that I failed to observeebad- I II
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.t snags aide of 40 16 300 :L1e.U McClcllaed" II fi; r. ''1. owe Ideal Fruil-tind 'Jim Mnnineli" /
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Bel* of4\ ..' If Boy :4.o 40 Ifeea. M. Lutbelln 0. 1M. I very well lie only wanted to marry rerrosslug path I .
Beg ne car of ae1)( of nwt<, runt a 106 I Id. I her money Bud not herself and circling around until f had gone cr' ?:\'s Special Fruit and Vine Manure
I' ..w 440 jrda, DIll:; yd, e 4$lu ydsHe'4 :tit; :.da 3-16 I'. Arnold W T f d. I I
of ne4BHorinf! .. .,. ... .". 27 85s .!:Ie 40 Thomas, J N .. 6 LI I i i Vllllers' (aristocratic dignity manl.I some fifty yards Then the whirringof 1'erurian5'uil and Vine Manure f '
| ) ewU lew beg iw cor. Tunis tested -Hsprf. ne took his hat bowed wings attracted 'my ears, and almost :
:e yt n 140'd.... Dill: )yd. 140 yda.w 2MI yd :lIS.. 3.le JJ Utbeon Paul 2112() i I at the }/I' & To'slil i Grade Fruit
name vulture
jto| the lady and said that after that moment) ,
.Lou 25 and HO of Henry Addition's bubDlvliion : I
of nwl of uwtt . lit a.'Ioo' 8.o. 214 GllleMple.. Victor 7" remark there could be no" more question landed on the ground'not twenty yards BookleU-IDtfAL RESULTS FROM IDEAL I(
;' Beg nwoor of neU of >.14. rum e 137 (, gives pictorial proof of the merit of above brands.
. .. ... 2lll I of away. I looked up. The air was I :
da..111II) .., wL17 yds, n IWydaSI / 35 :r. 3: 6 Pertor Jade 'marrlapre between them. Off Call local JacS00rnIdvi"I
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fie 01 seS4. a :l:10.: 40 "ullt""D he went. alive with these repulsive looking I
Nw of aw3 .., .. ., . 4 .1r aoe 11(1 ParIek. J J 1I\ I WATERS & CARSON ( ,
Los ........ ... ... .. .. .. 10 ::4.8Ue 59 salllvan. W II.. Jf .'. .1 :t4 Strangely enough. the deserted spin birds. Then It flashed across me that
I of ne4! ofs.4..... .. . . .. .. jl'JlIaoOelO: : Parker J"Ol .. ... 101 ster spent the next thirty yeiftti In trying I was being stalked! Doubtless these or address .

M barber.of ewU, JrWJ leaf .land. *..owned.. 'by. .A..J. :1.4 21.. :I..OtO. : 'fltloo, sun ... ....b,. .1 19R&4. ', In vain to see him to make up. birds were attracted by my extraordinary -- Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Co. I
.. .. '.. P :lZge 1110 1l1l1l..L o'f'Wi of'Lw'4.d i'olwfi ofwSU. |I He never came near hot or gave her
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J ........ ., .. .... .. III,1'.. :l'Je 40 eWpeeo, FM .. I 261 I making a final effort to reach some ,
I/ndiv I.... do you know remarked Lady Gilbert
aDd S ne}=of nwy4.In wU: of neU andaeK- 26 411 .299 BMO O.lIoru .. .... ....... l 5 e0! who told me the story "she still love I shady spot. This was especially possible ;
;N." of lo1.. and beg 5JW f t Send 686f as the experience occurred In a
,:, wof ne oorof lot I rune u674 and cherishes ." memo!').
ft. w in f t n 674 fEe 17j ft to beg. 18 2280 15 J\t1>rlon. Alfred .. .. 321r rim/I b. that Is charming( Quite a ro famine district where deaths by the .
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8w%of awl" JU i'n 2'/e..O Palmer wayside were not F' ,
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lot-.6., block 7 Mary 0.. Mor .n'"! Bob- mancer'! I exclaimed. "Tell the lady .
M I divUlon of, net of DeJ4! of lot 1, to lunch with me tomorrow." We were up I had evidently shown myself
Campbell City .. . ... ... 1 26a 280 2 ,C W .. 3 941 to the buck for he I /
e Lot 1.block HI, RonnymedeKlaaimmee ,., ... ... IHlnton H, K.t e1I acquainted. "Charles Vllllers Is coming was now off at fall .
I.:. CtlvZKa I ." I tUt. I therefore took potshot at the /
7 and 6. blk O. K H P Drought'. Ad Thorn, WallOr... 3 .14', I vulture at CONTRACTOR and
but did I BUILDER I
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Boberaon'i Addition i Lady Gilbert delivered my message. ;
tots block 2...... . ... .. .. VMlltama Luc ... .. 161 allow for the sighting sufficiently and 1
The two old met at hotel,
Lou i and.. block 16Lota . Butler Mm LrdiaUaulden .. ... 1961 people my
block 16. .... .... .... .. Heury ..... 7 TO. after which the lady humbly asked i missed him. The thought of being "
Beg. 106 ft a of nw nor of lot 78. rum I Charles Vllllers to call on her. tie accepted waited for by a flockoljulturea while Does General Contracting and Building and Furnishes Es ti"l

ISTJi F Land ft a I 106 Co'a ft Addition w 137q: ft. .u .10ft, ft.. Medlork. W L ... .... /;fl.1. -! the InvltnU 'n. When we were very much allv>-4niaweTl waa, to.*y mates on Structures of an size or Dimensions whether :J

SK lot 4 Shoemaker's Robert II...inb-dlv Addition of block II ., alone together she said: "Do you the leastjtrfTcanny.."-Pall Mail Qa> it be a Two-Room Cottage or a Tourist Hotel. :

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T DL and IL know Mme. NorlkofT. he Is not In thelest '
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-'llblookOL. Bboam.ker'a..ub-dlvof : altered after all these years. He -oakes a Specialty of boring ARTESIAN'ELLSin J
Lou a ana 7
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- bioeJr-Kri'e. ._ .-"... Uoknown.: 48 Is exactly the same In looks and man which he. has met with the greatest success i

Lot ofl>loek Qt4. ehonmaker'i' UIHlIV. Rivera, July ....... .. 220LOla ners." ., InnOcent-What did you enjoy of any man in Florida. "
1,Band 8. block 21. Hllai, Llaale 17761., Of that of course I could baVe" no moat about your fishing trip dear
LO*tlblockEOabor&O'Neal'.Ad Tnnuown 101 Mr. Innocent, got most excited
.I. Beg"oor lot 1, block 0, ruu. n 78 ft. w I opinion. Rut surely Ihlrtx ears before Give himXyour work
Ad Peters. /iliaWntHon. / r.Irv I when I Wall reeling In, my love. !
V>ft, Td f t e 07 ft Matthew the old CharlesVHfters was neither done.Kissimraee FI
Lot 1, block I;Ilatrlek'a Addition J VIS \' I !11) I Mrs. Innocent (bursting Into tears)- will be welya ; Unplatted LamiaBegUOydl half bent jior half blind. How-
.... And to-to=* hlnk me
n of corner of aw!{ 0lswYw : the-old""tlme { you promised
ever. friendship was renewed -
US'/ ydH, e 6914< + you wouldn't artlnk !
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yda x084 ydL; w 6'Hyy.l., I !\. .".e I t'ntnown _?_." 2 '" 'I 'and lasted until the lady'II'dl'atb
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.; SHfofaft': I of ne1 of o...'} 29 2r 29e 10 ,.i 4hrop\ K': .. ::434: a few years later. c'
;. fkR.eerrofyw'ofoar. rnu.ndnft:! I I I She left him the greatest part of her +
w 4JO f t, It, e 420 1l t8 :Fe, 2\.e\ Hurt W II. IbaatnO 2 2" C. W.
L HANI>Y very great fortune. Charles Vllllers Griffin
Tex C..I1..t.'r Oar.ale. n.nfy, 'became very rlcb In money but unfortunately / THE CA

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Prmctic DEALERS IN Whll. a Man Trailed a Buck the Bird -AND 1 There you will find?SHO HATS \
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pleasant experience," writes an I

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/ MMEE, FLORIDA | one day stalking a black: buck. Between Patronage Solicited r'Call Before Buying? i Elsewhere

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: Comforting .Words HOW SANE FOURTH TUBERCULOSIS. INLTHE . ;',GENERAL'-DIRECTORY, .' .. ,, r 11Y

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I ertlieslmmee' Of the'Churches and Fraternal Societies ., -II'" ,
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Household WEIIFlud 'DAIRY IIE "r}
Many HELPS THE TOWN '. \ ., a ,

',' ', Them So. ftf" Kissimmee.CHURCHES., :; ' We'-received' .' ', -

i 'To have the pains end aches of a bad .. . I ....
A cattle specialist, who 1 is also state < Ii ',,, .,., .. ,
back free from ., j_,'"
to be entirely '
r removed; .
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yeterlnartan of Wisconsin, says. that .
urinary disorders May ; .. r : : "- during the-past week'. )_ .
annoying, dangerous : "
Children's Be ., Saved 'tuberculosis is a contagious stable dis *' I' ,,, ( : "
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la( enough to make any kidney sufferer ease. It affect the glands, of the BAPTIST" ..: '. "

A grateful, To teff bow this great'change and" Property' Protected I body, but is liable to affect any part ,. Bunyan Stephens'pastor.. '. :*" .a.:Car ,Load: ; r
will / School ; ,
can be brought about prove com- Sunday 9.45 a. m.-N.C.Bryan .
forting words to hundreds. of Klsslmmec4 r pf. ItMost superintendent. , : r a.a .
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? ,people' think It la a dlsease-fcf' ; ', .
) "..deI's. Preaching Jl'a. m. and! .7.45 p. m. r '
? the lungs onl,.. There isn't a man living .. -._ 1\
Ha>s. M. L. Outlaw, P. O. Box No. ONE COMMUNITY'S LESSON : *Prayermeeting'7.45Thuredayeventng.B. .
1 "1' that is bright enough to pick the of._ -e. "- ". . .. : .
96 Flu. say: waa -
Kissimmee 7.45
Y. B. U. Friday evening. ,
tuberculosis cattle out of a herd; 101'thAt
'greatly benefited br.Doan's Kidney i we must.resort to the only Visitors" always welcome. *, .. "- .. ; .
1 Pills, and out of gratitude 1 recommend reason : .
them to anyone suffering from kidney Citizens Arranged Program For Independence test we know of now-tbe tuberculinteat. I 'I- . i .

trouble. 1 was a victim of wthis complaint -- Day Whloh Inolud.d Parade PRESBYTERIAN.S. a

for Home from time,' my in greatest back and suffering G.m., Banquet, School Ex...- If you have a herd of fifty cattle I S. Snyder pastor *l ..

p' .though being my kidneys.pains I could my not rest 01... and .Church 5.rvlo.-Fir. and you apply the test, finding four or I Sunday School 9.45 a. m.-::-Geo. F. .

,and in the morning my back was so works Barred. ,Ave' b.ea4 afflicted, you can save the I Parker, aupo>rlntendent. t
r lame that I could hardly commence the balance of the herd. Christian Endeavor 6.30 p. m.

day's work. The kidney secretions A very Important question that la In getting the cows ready to test it i Preaching [every second, and fourth American"

II c were also unnatural, giving conclusive being seriously considered in numerous .Is wise to water.them about noon and i Sunday at 11 a..m. and 7:30: p. m. -
h proof that my kidneys were disordered. towns and cities throughout the house them. Permit them to stand '
I several remedies but they failed Prayer meeting and choir practice ,
tried United States 'U the celebration of In. about three hours. At 8 o'clock you -'
i to help Reading of Doan's Kidney betore the second and fourth "
me. '
!'t'uradaYI .
I them and dependence day In a cafe and sane can 'take tbe temperatures. Tbe nor.Dial .
r Pills, I determined to try i
./, secured a box from the KlsSlmmee I manner. If those wbo hare not jet temperature varies frtfrn 00 to 103 Sunday at 7:00: p. m. "+'

Drug Co. They soon freed me from: become Interested In the movement degrees. No animal with a tempera. Visitor most cordially invited to. all Steel '

pain, strengthened my kidneys and reg-' would alt down and consider the enormous tare higher than 103 ahould'b."e tuberculin neijvlceB. : ,, __ '
ulated the passages of the kidney secretions. -i amount 6f good It would do for injected. You take three .. ,, .

."- I their fellow citizens and the wonderful temperatures, the first being taken CHRISTIAN.A. (
'1 For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cts.Fo . benefit their borne town would at 80'clock. then one at 6 and another M. Chieholm, pastor. .,
.t r-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y., sole
agents for 'the.United States. realize It Is almost a sure thing that at 7. After-,tbe 7 o' lock temperature Preaching first, second and third Sun-

Remember the name=Doan=ajid.-they would at once become enthusiastic you I Inject tuberculin by.the- use jpf days of each month, at. 11.:a. m. and 7.45p. f
followers Incite ranks ofXhe great cf of tuber --- - --- -Fence .
take no other. tbe syringe, using two c. m. -"d -" - _
--:.-. -- ... -- army that is battling for f "sane culin for the ordinary l.OOO pound Bible School 9.45a.: m. -A. W. Winn

r t++tt+Ftttttt++tt+tttttt Fourth." by- which they will undoubtedly uperintendent; A. L. Davidson, assistant .
save the eyes, hands and In fact cow.After the tuberculin\ l Is Injected the superintendent.Christian .

THE ]llres of children, prevent loss of property herd should'be watered' and then they End'avor'e II ,
j : the'street from ery Sunday
trees
G RAYSTONE by fire save should not be watered again until 2
serious Injury and keep the streets evening at 6.30 p. m.
o'clock the following day unless they ....
neat and clean Prayer meeting and choir practice. ev- {
can drink whenever they want to
During the congress of the Playground Thursday "at 7.45 m. t. "i.j
.. IPIN ALl THE TEMper i Tbe following morning at 0 o'clock ery p. .j
,Association of America in Suitable for fencing Lawns Poultry '. "
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take then again at
temperatures 1
+ you "
2.0 t. $O day PlttsburBfortyflve -mayors sent dele METHODIST. ..,.
8, 10, 12 and 2, at which time tbe test ,
Spec I by week or month. i -gatortoassist In furthering tho move
Ja*. T. Mitchell, paator.
for a" rational celebration of the la finished. After-tbetest, Is finished Yards, Gardens. Pastures and Fields. ''I'r
1 N. W. TNNIMAN, ft .I. D. !TUTU, Mp.titt :f t: Fourth of July. In sujtnmlng up the if there Is an abnormal fining of tem- Preaching every Sunday morning and' ,,

++tt+t +t+t+t+tt+ttee4. points brought out In the meeting the perature over the temperatures of tbe evening : '
said In first day your herd should be divided Sunday School 9.45 a. m. -J. M. Lee, : ;;
secretary part:
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three elnHxes .. ,
into -healthy suspicious superintendent.
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valuable constructive work baa
Much +
ae41.41ov. se aee aai
: been ddne and Is being done In the en- and condemped A cow whose temper- Prayer meeting. ) every Thursday .
: deavor to find a .ultable celebration to ature mined over 103 or 104 may be night. '
THE SWEETEST substitute for the traditional on. We
j considered Over 104 to i I
f. here would call special attention to the suspicious up Choir practice every,Saturday night.
THING MADBJ done In 107.2 usually reactoot and tuber ...
kind of world hat has been many "reo .- Let
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prices .
t large and small communities during the culous. us quote you on your
** 3p six this line. We In-
along
past years
Now on Sale j or.. this work a. resulting In celebra After the text Is finished you should EPISCOPAL wants in Fence in Furniture .
or our or
t i. that are safe appropriate. Insplr-, take a history of all the animals Kev. David D. Kidd rector .
15c a lb. 2 Ibs. (for 25c t ingNand educative and we believe that whose temperatures' exceed 104 Kill Services every second and fourth Sun- .
: such xelebratlons combine Important leslvlo Hardware
these animals and you will find they Departments. r.. '
was In : co-operations and community day at 11 :00 a. m.
: ++t+ : life. are tuberculous On the other band
Communion 2nd Sunday at 'morning
It. : It la the of the writer that if you kill the animals showing temperatures i
: Cone !I. sad make Ns prove plnlou at'1'Vlce' ,
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and 104
i towns and cfNes would benefit wonder- between 163 you
e
: are liable to kill some that are not Guild meeting every first Tuesday. _ -d. "
fully -follovjag the example of a -P'
Fruit Store tuberculous. Instead of killing tbe I tht
tbe
City certain city In middle west whose I
citizens are firm believers In tbe move suspicious animals turn them back FRATERNAL SOCJETIES. .,
for A quiet holiday celebration. The Into tbe herd and retest them. r.
,,*** ******* 4e.ee*+ae4*** in this started You cannot start tuberculosis In a
movement city was bya MASONIC.
herd unless yon Introduce tbe germ. ,..
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gentleman whose son was Injuredby Orange Blossom Lodge, No. 80, F. & '
the explosion of, a lead cannon. OSCEOLA
F. H.'JENKINS About eight weeks before the Fourth M":'," "c-.,' g,: :,a F'.(w.ry....u>),1 A. M., meets first and third Monday
in each month at 7,30 o'clock
this gentleman Invited four of his nights in .

-.,- -.. friends whom he knew were '' oers" ''i1 Fraternity Hall. "
and Interested them In the m0tement L J. M. Hansel), W. M.

Surveying ,and that would Increase Interest In pa. W. M: Carson secretary .
trlotlsra and make lead pipe cautions
unattractive HARDWARE E'
Drafting KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
They decided to Interest all pub
r Friendship Lodge, No. 10, meets every -
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lie officials and puollc spirited citizens ,
-- Wednesday night at 7.00 o'clock in Fra- .
in the movement and get them to ,

OFFICE IN FRATERNITY HALL agree to help organize a central cam ternity Hall. '
paign com.tnHtee. Then they organizeda F. C. Bryan, chancellor commander. !

x 1 I KISSIMMEE, FJ.A committee with representatives from R. O., Meek keep 'rof.records and seal. COMPANY'f "
the waryls. churches and social organizations ---.:...,; ,i
'J ( ...:..,..:...---.;....:.. .._---- _- They arranged an elaborate ,, PYTIIIAN'SISTERS :' : f "j.
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<'. k .1 WISh to tell those that are ales, games program dinners Including, school parades exercises plc. A VISIBLY TCUBHCULOCS OOW. Kissimmee Temple No. 21, meets J..ry..';\;.. .iJ\ .._,.., 'i'i\ ,: 'i

contemplating-building that I and church services. When you find"'the disease take out every Thursday afternoon 3 o'clock : i.'
have found and procured the best the fourth at which .,..
result that citizen In the reactors Test the balance in two except Thursday,
U. S. for making The was every .
sand blocks.in the Call and see the sand and that city admitted that tbe abolition mouthH If you cud more take them time meeting will be held at 7:30. : 4

d the manufactured, <1 product of fireworks from the exercises proveda I out, and do this until you wipe,out the Pearlie E Bryan M E. C ,

Never think o.f building a nice great boon In making tbe Independence tuberculous ones After tills test ev- Mabel R. Overstreet M. of R. & C.
of wood! when a stone house reul and ery six months or at leant once a year.
house day a pleasure holiday OSCEOLA CAMP NO. 79, W. O. W.
10 to 211 cent more The ouly way to wipe tuberculosisout -' ------ ----NMNN'I eSit '
costs only per not a destructive one to humanity and I Meeting nights second and fourth ;
and is fire-proof waterproor and property. The program that was dls l Is to give the people who own the i----
vermin-proof, and a house for a the cattle a little mb... Information In regard Tuesdays at 7.30 p. m. Sit
tributed broadcast throughout city
( I life tine. tuberculin H. T. Stanford C. C.
tuberculosis- and this Do
like this iS You
l was set up something ;
Appreciate
An Wirk IN Material Suirwttrt flnt-Clui test \ W. B. Johnson, Clerk. )

: Tuberculosis being largely a houseor ,

Kissimmee) Granitoid Works PLANS FOR THE FOURTH. stable disease due to artificial life
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such as being housed or stabled every Gen. 0. 0. Howard Post G: A. R. ...

_-.......'------ --,- -r- Blanktown This Year Will Have J Js possible precaution should be taken to Meets the first and third Wednesdayin i' PROMPTNESS, '
a Celebration With More Pa- prevent disease. One tuberculous cow '
i each month at 2
triellsm and.L... Noise. In a close foul hot, badly ventilated p. m. PURITY, t
table Is liable to Infect all otb cattle r. Fraternity Hall. Visiting Comrades ,

In the barn. To and guard cordially invited. COURTESY, .5
-v.T. L. 'VV"tJTN: ::: PART OF .THE PROGRAM. prevent -i
1 Forenoon against disease it la necessary to maintain O. DERBYSHIRE G. E. TAI\BOX. I and that feeling of satisfaction in KNOWING you have the But "

FHYalClAN AMU SURGEON Parade. Games, Yacht Races, absolute cleanliness. Adjutant.- Commander. Obtainable at the Lowstt Price? Then phone us your wants ;
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1R....BMCa PBJOHS 13. It.......... Rowing .Races T and we assure you that. satisfaction will beyouurs.. 4, '
Omen p osatr7. r LOU DA. Navel Dlsae In Colts."I Preaching at SL Cloud
Afternoon abound like to emphasize the necessity fi
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---------- Band Concert, Boat Races, Tab. of knowing that the baby colt Sunday school every Sunday at 9.30 KISSIMMEE DRUG CO. i Y '

W. W. CARSON, D. D. S. Races, Swimming! Races. la properly attended to," says a stock a. m. Preaching first and third Sundays I
/ Evening man. "There is absolutely no cause at 10.30a.m.and 6.45p. m., second Phone 41Shoe

DENTAL PARLORS Band Concert for joint ill or navel trouble but lack and fourth Sundays at 3. p. m. tf.W. j "+ r

RIVERS BUILDING of care before the little fellow gets on i VS'N11 N "" -- --..
OVER OSCEOLA PHARMACY > The Glorious Fourth Need Net his feet. Some navel cords are very 4

'. ', Mean Noise large and hard and would tear the
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OPPIOB HOURS }I j TO 152 +.i Celebrate Our Independence akin of the belly before the cord would C- BASS

Without Killing break and thereby Injure and derange

and other organs of the belly so that New Store '
Injuring
T. //ft. RIVERS, /(/ft D. People. blood poisoning sets In. Then It may Wholesale andDealer Reta.i: << "

go to the joints, etc. If the man Is on If.f .
INDEPENDENCE! DAY ASSOCIATION -
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON band when the colt comes and can

J ; J keep the colt down and quiet till tbe V-l '
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;''j Office over Osceola Pharmacy % 20 Blank Street < > cord stops beating, then cut It about I Ladies' Gent's and Children's' Shoes -
Fresh Beef Pork and
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: : t H88ld'nce - > >< -S K $> HK-t 4. five Incbes.from the body and tie It .
P.HONBS. f orace) 148Dr. HIGH GRADE AND UP-TO-DATE :
Tbe thoroughness with, which this with a good stout cord then double It 4

.' campaign was carried out made tbe up and tie It again, you cannot get any J. Mutton

F. G. Thomason people teel from the beginning that It poison In Its navel any more than you and 1'oBur'
. MARSH & WHIDDEN
would
optimistic and constructive rather than front t teeth through above and below ,I CASH BASIS '

c' PHYSICIAN and SURGEON I pessimistic and destructive But a and see that It gets a good dinner and l i PHONE 4-t. STATE BANK BUILDIK a

Office Phone 64 Resi In the press agent's office was one you practice this you will be well repaid -

of the main reasons for tbe grand success ," ,
ISPfigg ,
FlemingCLEANING '}
4 p'A". VANS AGNEW', / achieved In arousing and sustainIng -
Amount of Feed For .
an Ox.An
public Interest: -- :
PLUMBING AND STEAM
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FITTING
/ Count that day lost whose low descendIng ox to do good work should' hare

-I ATTORNEY AT LAW........ I aun. forty pound of feed per day. They .. -fc
I I NOAARY PUBLIC I| Sees ho sane Fourth" In las editions should hate three pounds of cottonseed PRESSING .. I, \

AND run. meal and seventeen pound. of DYEING ..4 L. B. CRISSMAN : '

KISS1MMKK.M./ hulls twice a dayThis can be reduced -
\ May Clean Streets at Night. some if pl'a'Ine or other kind of REPAIRINGLeave B25EiI! ! WITB :"

R. J. W. SIMPSON An experiment In the way of street bay Is handy. Give them, a good supply - Oseeola Hardware Co. '
'D cleaning at night will be undertaken at night

by tbe street department Chicago / Forty Years Experience In :
Northern
t \ DENTIST. word at my house and clothe. Large Cities. \ :
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tbe result of a conference ,
shortly as I I. ,4fj
Docking Ntctssary.
will be called ibr and! returned. .
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\" Upstairs In Katz Bui1 lnjl'. between representatives of the ChiIngo Whenever you SB*" a flock of un- Only First-class Workmen Employed. / ; ?3-

I t 9 a. 'in. to 12 m. Association of Commerce and docked sheep be sure tbe farmer does Windmill and Pump Material ./ j .
OFFICE..HOURS: }I iso to 5-SOi p. TO, the city In Mayor Busse's office. Thoseat not know his business. Docking mean i /

Telephone 76 Jun &. lvr.'rt the meeting agreed that wet sweepIng cleanliness, nud It give. a sheep amore Satisfaction:Guaranteeci i PHONE ee Always on Hand. KIMMMMKK .

'" Is Impracticable. blocky appearance.

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d* The'"' MiLL BASS MARKET -I'Th'e'' Town, : 'of' Si Cloud THE PIONEER/ (@/-t MTtATFI' ) AT FLA., "

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KIS:: $,1 l :'ofp: :I. AN D
atden Building One Block from Depot ." .
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''b' "t Fresh! Florida ot all kinds. ITfMS OMNTEREST CLIPPED astically starting to work to have walks \ e AZlN'
ITS BR.f\JGHE'{ _
'MEAT-S
,1 .* laid and a'' pavilion and band l stand ; __ rLUMBING IN'fll'L\
'. rind Western. <:1-:1- fROM THE.ST... lOUD{ TRIBUNE : % ', IJ J.
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r erected before fall, at which time they' YHKKA1JUNO, .1 1J, IVtVr.V
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-- ,will have Ii'Field.Day and"set out trees, PI Vrr-rixo;
: POULTRY' iniMiNVOKK
EGGS FRESH .FISHSpeck. ,'. ,. ?
Kfve hundred quarts; of big luscious flowers, and grass, and ,will eolict) help ,
nc blackberries Is-the rec-'ortToT one of our from one who is interested. It 31 I
.... dllenlidn la Pi\\> i s and tree" r every JQ' .
comrades ahd his wife during the past to! so to?be called V"W k, but GENER'A'
h'. delivery any part of the Cily. Phone 189 '. ===
three weeks. Most of these wet e qfJ] : : ,, theW6man's -, '-- -
Wlh' a. in ra i y ..-....... e-=- --- ;-, -- r- 1 '
i light here at St. Cloud at ten ,1 1 '. ..r. atterson, who owns the -
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: : = : == quart. Ablaciiti' i.rr j-trv! 4'r'us as launch "Iowa," has offered to to take I ..... ..... .

%' __ soon as WH .t rInfvtw, .rcars. Why the Club to Hilliard' Island in the near I' ;
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-- wt I can't w fiyiijly the North the same as future leaving here at three, carrying .You can come to . I

'r others do? ,' , their suppers and returningy moon- .
; H.C light. Mr. Cull with the launch 'Fleetwood" '
On Decoration Day last an old veteran I i
will help to,carry the party,lend KISSIMMEE '
+ rt I came over from Kissimmee to attend all look.forward to a pleasant time. .
the memorial exercises at the Coslpel '
-- FROM, -
STANFORDCO.'S tent He sat on one of the back {
Beautiful ParTTGarden. .
benches, and his every appearance indi- I i I t KANSAS CITYAND
cated the bliws of bachelorhood. Throughthe We are selling ten-acre t acts inpark

entire exercises this man had his Garden to a number of peopVe-Wliohave FOR t.
RETURN
..' eyes toward 'one section; of the tent looked in vain for something better, i : .
where were gathered together a bevyof then returned and ought of us. They $30.OO and spend ,25 days i

i IS THE PLACE TO BUY St. Cloud debutants. During.the I realize that such rich, deep, productivesoil : t}
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r. course of the day the comrade visited soil and an abundan of finest artesian
;t the Tribune office and said to the, editor: I' water such as can be, had in Park Garden Loral 5 Mioiurli< time to hIH'stf I wite the best

-. Dry Goods Shoes, and Notions "One thing you can boast of in St. J will insure successful trucking industry I.< llnn-jaiiis iii ;5-Acre Tracts, Town LotsZ j';

,. Cloud is pretty girls. I-have never ( and they consider it the best lulu C '01111 t try Property... in the

i seen a more beautiful crowd of young investment'on the market. Mr. Chas .1iiifi. : for "wile by ,
women, and I have traveled through F. Dibble and sons ,have looked well i
5V the state ." overlie United States for a suitable : .. t
:ROCK: COME:: location, also made a trip to Old Mexico W. S. ALYEA
At a meeting of the St. Cloud school also went well Florida' '
I they ,
over KISSIMMEE, FLO1DA :
:SO'rTO 0: .A.t-rD:: OFFICE IN STAIR MASK I HL..U. ;
committee held
yesterday morning in but laid down their cash for Park Garden ,

1 JRJCES:: : SEE I the office! that of the'county Byron" E. White school; it commissioners was reported --I I'I property.his land Mr.in Park Jesse Garden Dibble bywayof is improving ... ....., ........,.. ..........N '",

had received only one bid for clearing, fencing and building. His -
the construction of the school house as brother, James, bought twenty acres = -
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planned by Mr. Tallev, for $ ,(OOO), whichis I i more yesterday, and is preparing it for --- :

ewvaw.- av.w.vw..vvw.wl.w..v.,w.. double the amount available. N. f. Ithe: coming 8easol'l'a trucking. BUY YOUR GROCERIES BY MAIL '
Bass was present and discussed the After. the first of June the company

: o' 4* i if matter with the committee, and tne 'will not put dwnwells( at their expense.
I conclusion was reached that it would be-'
have been theseelands list. Our
They selling Let us p a tour name on our mailing
: Trucking G E. TAKACH Office i wise to draw plans for a building that too cheap, but any tract of landin Mot,thly pries list) ,is full of bargains - -
could be built inside the $4,000 available -
Park Garden will double in
soon
) price
f OverState $ H. E. White and Mr. Bass were Cured Meats Sold I n* Cost
Ads 'and the purchaser can well afford to .4
'1 Real I Estate AgencyKISSIMMEE $ apptflnted. to draw up plans' for Burn a : put down his own well. One crop 017 -
, building. BAKER BROTHERSTHE
and make estimate of the
an
I Specialty Bank $ I these lands can be made to pay the cost '
cost of same. Chairman Strattonwan of them. We have in our office a samj PACKING HOUSE MARKET _
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.', 0. ".A.. requested to speak with Senator Lynn j pie of both an early and late potato
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\ $ and the county school board on the matter crop that w. will be glad to .show) anyone 1004-1006. Franklin St. TAMPA,
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s $ of financing the project of building a interested. ___ :::::-s e.. --" ; =:::Z2et.r ::::::;;:- --- ,
!" .11MN' ;NMINMIMI------KNIMIKN-%. %.s. suitable school. These lands are selling rapidly, andas I

there is but a very .small per cent of
r At the meeting of the Presbyterianslast such land in Florida as. those in Park
!: Saturday evening the committee Garden, it will pay anyone desiring tfn rll'

Z. W. & G. W. BASS presented church plans that were unanimously excellent investment to investigate our

Htiopted. The plans call for a claims of this wonderful body of land.

l main, auditorium with inclined floors We also have cheaper lands for trucking -

seated with circular pews.'also a chapel and citrus fruits and can .suit any

CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS connected with the main: auditorium by one desiring to locate in the great

rolling partitions. The arrangement is 1 "Kissirnnrn-e Valley." Your
j" of the best and will accommodate Do Use THOMAS
Wood Brick or Stone over I 1 Corresponcence solicited and information -
; three hundred. Concrete blocks will be : cheerfully given..
'
K used in the construction of the church, i! 22-tf NELSON REALTY CO. PHOSPHATE (Basic Slag)?
and the work will be.pushed forward as

t : GUARANTEE TO GIVE PERFECT SATISFACTION rapidly as possible. i A Man of Tact. /" If Not WHY NOT ?
I A man whose duty it was to Introduce w

All citizens and business men. who are the speaker-at> the opening! of a
Kissiitiniee Florida int..rested. in- good; music' for the sum town lecture course realized that lie i It is not costly, injurious nor an experiment; but the i

mer amusement are requested to see J._ had plundered when It was. too late best and cheapest phosphate for Citrus Fruits,, .
to recover himself. This was what be
J i_ I. Cummings, of No.: 1010 Pennsylvania I

;' avenue, and hand in. their Donations for : Mid"Ladlesand: Gentlemen-I have been BECAUSE n. Produces the ,

:: the maintenance of the'band, which he asked make little explanation In
to a
: is'now'organizing:' Through the earnest regard. to our entertainment course Choicest Fruit at Least Cost \r

: S'Safety Our First- Aim I solicitations of citizens Mr. "Cummings ,this season Last year the course w a$ I

the band has, if consented he is given to take the proper charge sup of I a had financial to put our failure hands, and la some our pockets of l1s'I -' Read Mr. EL E. Thompson!! letter in the Florida ..

and make a large deficiency. Now Fruit and Produce News 7
port from the citizens at large lie realizes up 'h' (Jan. 1910)).
,
ri
I In order to avoid anything of that kind
that the position fs
i very tryingat this year we will have five entertalu- rw. ; THEN TRY IT
Every safe-guard known to the times upon, the management, tut: his I I' meats instead of seven, and we will ;
thirty-five years of band work eminently :: also have cheaper talent, the first of The COE-MORTIMER COMPANY

qualifies him to organize and maintain which will now address you."-Cincinnati SPECIAL 1
fi banking business is used to secure a band of par excellence. Mr. Commercial Tribune. IMPORTERS '

Cummings accepts this position for the CHARLESTON S.C. :
{ ,
.; funds deposited with us. I Itt sole object of giving the people of St. Hoar and Evarts. ,
Cloud a little amusement and diversion On one of his later birthday anniversaries t# HIGH GRADE FERTILIZER MATERIALS.
., during the summer evenings. 'I'heband Senator Hoar wrote to William i
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will be composed only of home talent. if. Bvarti and congratulated him upon a
Mr. Cummings has already made the se- hU length of years. In his reply the

., Citizens Bank of Kissimmee lection and he now deserves the financial aged lawyer said It brought to mind __ 23-9t
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who had --
support of every resident of the city. an old lad/ In New England -
occasion to write to a friend about
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Importance and -- --
i. matter of trifling
some .
Messrs. S. H. Cull and E. H. Hall are
t We pay 4 per cent In Savings Dept. building a launch which when com when she bad reached the end the*of the I FOR -
,' thirteenth pag awakened to fact
pleted will be placed In commission and rather diffuse and I
Safe Boxes for that she bad been .
Deposit Rent.
will be a valuable addition to our growing added, "1'1_ excuse my; longevity.; I
1 fleet of pleasure boats on the lake.
4" "The Truth
This launch is twenty-five feet in length Out at First. .
.- and six-foot beam. It will be equippedwith The bam hock was built for two.

t ................................................\.......\...-...\....... a ten horse-power engine and will but she was occupying; It alone."I i I

.' 1; -,: t= WHAT IT MEANS! have. accommodations for thirty passengers the porch haTe noticed chair. ""that said the the prettiest man on About Florida"and

E do know, . girls alway.; marry the biggest fools" I
lluiT PMPla not what a Bok'i Capital\ for. or Lb. diltr no b -
n, .'. I tw' ..tt a bank of llttl or.no capital tod one with a I IarrallaplLaI. Through the solicitations of nlanycit- "Say'no more, Mr. Slowbor." rejoined r
t' A BANK'S CAPITAL, AND 8UKPLU8 the fair maiden. "I appreciate your
'I ill th.toad thai th. from . izena of St. Cloud, the W.'R. C. is pre- be I .
f ill prouou daponllora Ion Vjerefor. tba larger It l I. tbrastar friendship, but 1 can never ;your
( protection lbs deponltara ba... rhl bank baa a paring to give an entertainment once a . --and values i
Capital .... . .. .... ,..f 0.00000 wife, Chicago News.Rawer l! in--
'" month. The first of this series will be
'I surplus land of ... .. ... ...." .. l),ooooox i : : -- I
K u g/ockbold. IlabiIiIj. .. M.OOO 00 a held next Friday night, June 17th at ,!1.d. I '

; I A toUl of .. ... ... .. .. 1115,1100 00 the Gospel tent 7.300rclock, irt the i Actor-I have been In your CImpI.D11 :
A I Tab m.aa. that we maul lm..|I itsix>a.OO t>..for.our depoiltori could IOMc a form of an ,old-fashioned last day of' ten year Is It not Urn that you do Farming, Timber and Citrus
Dl. Tkia protection In lor YOU '
I
q something extra' for me? Manager
4 school entertainment and spelling bee. )
An fee of centstll be Yea. From now on you shall play all
STATE BANK OF KISSIMMEE adjnission ten I
I the parts In wblch there If eating.FUegende .- .
charged.The '
I norKtwraiMMtt -
I FLoc...''''..... Blatter. Fruit Lands Orange
,
C. A. CARSON J 'HM M I.EBVi : N. B. CARSON Woman's Club met Wednesday Modest Man.
l i Pmldrnt <-.-Pre.ld.ul l \ Caahlar afternoon at the home of Mrs. Marsh. The I

,,,\..............._........a................,.....,.......,....,.....,.. Mrs. Squires presided in the chair and A modeet'man Isn't one who baa a I II I II
Opinion of himself. He merely
poor
d Vie I II I new officers were elected to serve the keeps still about his good opinion othlmselt. I Groves and City Properties

A A1M1 NMNVk1tiKN1'' M1M111AMN summer months as many of those previously .-Cleveland: Leader. ,

elected ,are away. For the summer .
BElSS & Porter-I I Mrs. Squires, the first vice president -I Life Is not so short but that there Is -

: I will act as president, and the vice- always tint for conrteajr. Emerson. Write or call on j
T I Itfr .
< -De.I..I.- presidents will be Mes.; Anderson Mrs.." '

rj \ FANCY GROCERIES Mulvane and Miss Allen. Mrs. Hyre Notice to Fisherman

will be the treasurer and Mrs. Cull the Notice Is hereby given that the.law R.D.WARING&CO.State

''V GRAIN AND We solicit( part of your trade I secretary, until Mrs. Addis is able to against seining the lakes of this county I II
resume her duties. The principal topicof
Country Produce will hereafter be strictly enforced. All I
; FEED OF : discussion was the park which Senator parties Interested will take notice. and I Bank Building:
'f Hides and Furs $ Lynn ,donated to the;Woman's Club themselves accordingly.C. .'.
govern I I
ALL KINDS ; Bought and So'ld l $ running from New York avenue to Pennsylvania F. PREVATT, Kissimmee I' FloridaI

avenue, directly behind the I. Sheriff. i.
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0( Phone 61 J: ---0. KISSIMMEE i, depot. This he has ordered fenced -athi i vOld pa-;:;for-sale at this I I__ _'_" I II
HM""""' -""' ---.-""' rwwa. ) i' it'K'e',8e: and the I ladies are entbusi- ; cents a hundred. ffice.Qr.2u I,

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