Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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 Material Information
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 17, 1910
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00442
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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The: advantage cf the, public of boa stretth pf Imagination beat the"Iagtfiw TRITE TRUTIffUL a'lejral -
Nisi : AND
CANADIArfCOMINl
mee Valley.; Traders in the ,one'town ma; .A ( Jbad seasons In the Ohi6andCumberland l longed"- to' England: Just: as fairly and
squarely as aiwthmgjust as fairly.,
,exorbitant prices and we may be valleys..WUl.you ,, J\o 1 '
belon the trust*-England
PUBLISHED EV3RY: : FRIDAY.Office '"k v we now
in Valley Gazette e to obtain the same goods qt lower songs for the Bright Sunshine of ask your Commissioners'! [BY.OLD I'ROVER11S.1] , j WWI In UivJuninesD. of owning us andImaklng
In the'otherOur kl immediately send litera-! '
t Mown wants the land of Flowers. me any for*the }
KISSIMMEE.O8CBOLA COUNTY.PLA.w.lt. privilege. We'had
us pay :1P
. keep in' tlie9fl., .< We have started turfe-tjiey may have, dealing with soil 'fhe t, man who I is always wanting more ,' ) 'to I Interfere. Many'a :
right ,, .
and we want the citizens cf' both Mr A. Martin, .who spent some time te te, fertillzaUory etc. lime"Jle" has., -. no '
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HARRIS! Editor ..1C1 time 'areylSe8! e
Prop.I. !. : fi I widoW. and.C; >rphap had an interest in
'to go.in for'this and St. -Cloud ere, last'Winter; writes, the. Gazette Jf you should happen to meet J. WjJlly \ ;
!. TRIPLETT, Associate ( I b indolent we It not be; too late to make
... not be found wanting.,,,'-St. Clou 1 rom Newbury Province of Ontario, .formerly of Latonia,' givehim Thejnore -grow the"more I us. may: uck, .
SUBSCRIPTION RATES unt!! . anacla, as. follows, enclosing a list of ,ny regards and tell him.I will be there ,time we want. '4., r.
n ,'OB 'OPT.OII ... ;,-,,.. .,..u ,. ,.,. ,.. .. i'_.--=-- .' :;-.:.._-,-...... ja- '' out a dozen names In different See- soon and look him up. v -' 1 r' : .
on..oo.IZ n\ontlu. ......etie,.., ..:,..?.... I Thill County Commissioners of'Os 19.la''I o>is of that Province, to be entered 5n Very respectfully, ' Our Savior was dominated\ in his ,, ; Looking .Pleasant, .

} ..'All... oommunlcatkoni.. cuoapt from our'au..t.b.pota a .little more ,thAi ye r .[//he.list of 1,000 >subscriptions! paid {'or Dojh! .Berlt every act by a yearning1 desire' to do I I Why! fait S that: most people," as' they,
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- ,nwwt b iteiMd by t.b. of\t. : .I'
for
R.l.cted .'"*"** will*H *". retumad ..n.. l'lbtfd 200 copies all v)[, by our enterprising County Cpmmisisioner'tf
_u.s roe. ,' .-- Later' they increua -i i : '. . '-. .. HIQHWAY .Cf j'UE FUTURE be striving to. get good. See .l
B.t.r.d.t.tb.Po. afflo in it..b.mee.-Pta. an<| again added to the ljp being I Newbury, Out., Ju'utf ? ,; I ion? If one will l observe,!v-en: casually ,1
-'.l Iw man _tt r. \ out by the fjazette, and nj>w 1000 i 1 I Dear Sir: -\9 On Cen.tno
are eactt week mailed to people : Please send the Kisqimmee Valley For Heavy Motor Traffic. Cease"to be a to. yourself: and I impressed with the pained arid sullen :' ,

Friday, June. ( 17, 191O. I the North; East, and West, That the Gazette to the following addresses, : All road builders are now engagedlai you are a free man.Self .- j 'I and trmagreeable countenance We live ; ,

w .. on |the part of the Commissioners[I List of names.) )riag to devise a road which will I in a rush, and the average person is :1,

The Disinfected Kissing Saeen; a good on i is proven by the numer I arrived in the north and_'.ave been land motor traffic Many new methods indulgeR covetoUHiifHH, p.Nde, I bf nt'on some errand of business and Is .)k

"r letter! received, by the Gazette Well but the weather has. been so cold have been tried with varying'" 4)e- anger, vanityandhatrjklare all poverty. I absorbed in that; we are all rushing to J'
The New '
of the frees of success, but none of them ,,
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further information regarding and bad and Ihave seed -
wet regretted
very I something somewhere.' With
al : York5 are trying 'I seethe to be perfectly satisfactory.If . get or
coo tions, announcing that the I' much leaving the South and have often "* .4
encourage the sale broken stone Is to form the wear- | this-absorbing our attention we/ haven"
joy,distributing, device, known as were "coming to Florida" and wished/myself/ back in sunny Kisajmrriee. lag 'surface, then some means must Our own faults cause all our suffering time to attend to our facial expression, *n,
I mental.
indications and
) of interest The be found to hold the binding particles both physical however that this ;
"osculatory screen" consisting! of i We are not sure,, is ;
advi 81 the people of Kiss : Be sure and send paper to enclosed W firmly that they cannot be sucked of permissible indifference.
disinfected ilk a matter 1I r rlit
t gauze screen \ and OsWola to provide for the I addresses as most of them talk of goingto out and sufficient atrell&1h'.must be There is a light within! everyinan does not believe that his countenance .
+ i which one ,
hereafter will be
kissing\ of a,thousand new visitors and Florida next winter. given to the mass to enable It to withstand that would guide his every step. I I .')I
adds to
plished. s, -: 'I the sliding action of the wheelsat or anything t
settlers this coming winter. ''
t' Now this is the limit. If the I beads and-turne. Several kinds of You contradict the omnipotence every II! from the lives or expression "others ,

is to be used when kissing babies () _-_ ._ __ _-L.Kissimm"eis Another Missionary. tar macadam answer fairly well but I'''time you sin. let him pause for a moment. before that
to'W
mothers-in-law, all well and 4rood, gro"lnlJThe Valley i they are expensive.It --- I now celebrated "Billiken." It i is almost
"": Binghampton, N. ,Y., June 13, 1910.
r would it not be a better idea to calls attention to the ,fact in a j Editor would seem that tile most promising "The peace of God which passeth all impossible to look at the little imp and
Gazette
Valley ,
that custom altogether, thus saving interesting editorial, and /gives! Dear Sir kind of road for heavy automobile understanding shall keep your hearts,I not smile.. The Japanese! teach their
cost of the screen. If it I is to be data to prove its assertion. I'DurH( { : traffic Is what Is called duraxvln: Eng and minds..What d.i you know about maids in the hotels, and those also in -
I have"a friend here who to .
I expects land. It. a pavement of three Inch
in ordinary love affairs it i is not the past twelve months 140 dwelling I j that j higher walks of life the! art of smiling. ,
come to Florida in September but hadnot Irregular cubes of hard stone laid I.
to achieve any great popularity or h..ve'been built, six new) /fIIanu- ] They are compelled to practice before
| decided on the I location yet I have j I mall!) segments of circles.These I
'1 come a financial success. Upon enterprises have bee estab-! \ | been talking Kissimmee to him and if stones can be cut by machinery "He shall save them from their I III mirror. One can not stand long in

subject the ittaburg Gazette- six new stone! or brick business | and are comparatively Inexpensive sins." When? Japan without, being inoculated with
have
you any extra papers to send out ,, I
has the following: have been completed] and as he They are laid without grout -- the disposition to "look pleasant." The -.. '
would be
"Think of) kissing your best more,Ire in course of c n truc- glad to receive it but there seems t& be no reason for Have (aith, talk !health and happines I "look pleasant, please," of the photo- ,

through a screen! The .. /' A fine! 930,(>OO school lluilding Yours truly W., H. Its omission except the cost. Great and your friends will rejoice when theysee I grapher; goes deeper than the photo-
Corson.
of the,lovr*< kiss give ir"its been completed( many ,blocks of l 4uauUUes of this 'klnd of pavement you coming.Arbitrary / :i graphic; plate.
have been laid In Germany.Uniqu '.
.' .joy. Thi k of carrying around a .. sidewalks,, have been laid a No one wants to associate long with .
and rewards billljudgmenlll'
l .penalties
infected gauze screen' in your system of waterworks and The Gazette Did It. 'Plan. -deduction- an animated vinegar cruet A disposi -
Roadmalcing and make the
until the auspicious moment has in now being installed\at a Latonia i i ,ition iM i : easily guessed; from the angle '
\1 Ky., June 12, 1910.! Judge William K.: Porter of Law truth imponible.
and then deliberately fitting .it to of $50XA( ), and many other m- Editor Kissimmee Gazette, rence county. Pa., bas a unique Idea .---- of the corners of th"mouth; a disposition

11- mouth prior to imprinting the If; IBB of a smaller nature have Dear Sir: for Improving the roads. Ills plan Is It is much easier to jump at conclu- IS moulded by compelling those

ardent affection that your 'soul has made." This is, indeed a very I have been receiving the Gazette forBorne a jail on wheels-that Is, a place where sions made by others than to attain the angles to turn up or down. If merry

: yearned fort! Bah! The thought is record and one that Kissimhv\ ; can months, and presume it'has come prisoners can be locked up at night truth by your own exertion. heart maketh a glad countenance, it i is

tolerable. Better. a thousand be proud of. The people of that through the courtesy of your Board of and transported from place to place also true that a glad'countenancemaketh

lien one interfering disinfected. sil are progressive, .enterprising and County Commissioners. '1 have been and day.employ lie put! In his rondmaklng Idea to a test duringthe and You may impress the world with your a merry heart in the> one who has it
gauze screen." building wisely and Well. -Times- and in the one who beholds it, "Iron
anticipating a trip to Florida since last 'tbe results ',,'cre eminently" satisfac light h..artNdl"Ks) but you are comingto
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-- - ..<- -- summer, and expect tb: be in your city tory. The prisoners graded away a one solemn timevour own funeral. sharpenth iron. So a man sharpeneth
St. Cloud is only ten. months old; -- the countenance .of his friend.ExAnnouncement.
the latter of June West road
in high hill the
fter part or early July, on I'lttsburg
the 10th
of June, the tires of
,,1; is a precocious baby. We have! an in order Jto ascertain the drawbacks tp near Newcastle and constructed a Know all the gossip in the community ..

tric light plant, water plant, an width- when wagons used must be six inches I Florida summers. As to the other sea cement bridge over a culvett eighty but denv the truth of all but the .
plant, printing house( and many over the public feet long. The only expense: to the latest. business i-
sons, there can be no doubt, if the songsof Having purchased the grocery
of
conveniences that other :; Volusia county, in hauling I from this bridge that would
towns of county
praise are true, which are being r of J. E. Sharpe & Co., I take this
size have logs, or other heavy hauling, ordinarily have cost thousands of dollars
larger All
not. will elaborate
be Have an opinion on -
ev..rything of
!sung for it in Kentucky and the Cincin- method of soliciting the patronage
the DeLand. Record. This is for the material and the services
si an was
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operation in very few weeks. nati neighborhood. If conditions are if you iesire, to lose your best the. public. I will carry a full line of
that has been i issued/ by the coun- of an engineer. The men employed
we want more. There is and I Il commissioner, and it is for the di- Only one-half what they are cracked up were sentenced from ten to friends. I fancy and family groceries which will

l will be a friendly rivalry between purpose of saving the roads from to be there ought to be some money, ninety days and were Informed that < be sold at the lowest price commensurate -
selves and Kissimmee. We want cutting by narrow ties. There can good health and plenty of sunshine and the sentence would be materially The Revolutionary WarAs I with good! goods and good service.

ter communications with no intent question of( the as Volusia to the excellence of optimism. I expect to time myself soIs lessened If they would work on the time goes on it becomes more and j Give me a trial order and I am sure you
county com- i
We want an electric raijroad.} The in this matter.Times- to reach the Peninsular state during roads and not attempt to escape, and more apparent that the American Revolution will be pleased. a
q between the.towns! will: always be they worked. mistake from i 5.it:! HENRY T. BASS.
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I .For.& at 20 Just what GEORGe: N. SAUNDERS'
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TELEPHONE HO 11. Thomas yisited In both w3
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PUBLISHED feVERY' FRIDAY F Bu6' yowl( shoes 'from A. S. Gilbert. Mr: J. D. Wilder has completed: bill .- " i t Builder, tiir

.+ '-BY--= stock, low, prices; 25tt photo gallery and opened im for business 'i Mr. E L: Lesley and son, Roy visit returned a .
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W.. B. HAAAIS";' Just think of It. Chocolate plates.. i a few days to Mr. Lesley! 'aranchlin,, the HIGH ORADk

:::= '..Hi....., ,,-' -:: We a l>>,1Jnd.. City: Fruit Store.. Mr. Mal Lamb; clerk for the Waters i lower portion of this county, and left MOTOR 'BOATS SAIL .
III '; ; List your & Carson Grocery Co, Is ott-on\a< two again this week for his ranch on the t
d t ppperty with R. D. Waring AND!; HOUSE BOATS-
weeks vAcation \ \ lower St;:Johns, to be absent about fifteen -. ,
bGl; H- for quick sale -at State I Bank! days. Mr. Lesley shippedtwo -' -
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.Weather.Re Il.i lding. PEOIALTYe
'I'Ij 23-tf H. C. Stanford, of KissimmeeApent hundred head of beeves to Tampa on .
Buy from;and a few"hours In"th<y'last! 'NO day Monday, and state that his"cattle are R. rs.av. fte lbs

nothing. Ask us. get At Dann's.e2"tt your thread for morning.''St. Cloud'Tribune in"better condition now than they were I .

i Following are the daily temperatures I I'i' Mr W. C. Baas' new' brick build .at any time during last year. Marine
j Go to J. ;A. Post to get'ou'Jew'e'IQ' g Engine ,
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'. precipitation as watches: and,docks repaired. 23-tt is nearing completion, and he 41xpec Mr. G.: A.\ Sly;; from thtftte of '
reported by the Government I to be able to move In. next week. Washington: arrived in 1cfesimmge ri t, TU W."', ,I al.ratlal.rat sutsrirrigatfoi '':

" J,,f station at Kissimmee .for the i Prentis sell.Kimball pianos and or Mrs. Ada :M. Jones Miss Helen Jones Friday last in search pf a location tdr
ending June 16 1910; gans.! See him' Bt The Home Store. a home.-and In conversation with a rep- 1
week and
21-tf RevL and M reo A. M. Cblsholm are PomjlagEiElals'
II visiting .th botch Coronado. resentative, of the .". Gazette Pla.tsis "
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MAX'. MIX. k.i. that 'had seen no .in --- ,
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Mr. E. tt. Fell is down from summer ;
.' Friday . . . 9771 12 town /go on sale Saturday.. honrta at Warrenton, Vsu., on a the'section in"'and anxuhtlVJur town, and \ t

'" Saturday . . 92 70 .56 ,I' City Fruit Store. brief.business visit\to this section. that it was more than likely he would .' .

Sunday:. . . '. 89.72 .70 i Use PlanR's Chill Tonic. Guaranteed ' purchase some of our land and settle .
: ..C. W. Dann, a prominent businessmap permanently/ ,
H Monday. . . . 90 71 .71 Price ,25 cents.' Sold by all of Kissimmee( was a visitor to St.

Tuesday . . . 89 71 . druggists nll7-8 Cloud Tuesday.-St. Cloud Tribune. Mrs. B. >.... Hall, who has been visitIng .Bathi1i

,,11'Jl' Wednesday. . 85 70 1.66 Why spend SCc for 7 cigars when they Miss Mary Romero 'returned last relatives and friends" for a coupleof j.
leaves for Nichols
. 86 70 '.09 sell for 26c at the City Fruit Store. weeksr today .
Thursday Saturday only. Thusnlay from Tampa, where she has Fla. lt awhile before returning, .
I Z'tf been spending the past month with. to her home at Alva, Fla. Mrs. Hall .

-:i - New line Dorothy Dodd oxfords: just friends., said she was surprised to see how Kis- Fine :

I received in our shoe department. At Mr. W. 3. Alyea has rented a suite simmee had grown since her last visit H ,
'i -- ---- C. VT. Dann's. 22-tf here a year ago. She also visited St. '
of rooms in the State. Bank building: .
and moved his real estate offices there Cloud, and thinks It marvelous how a .
Full line ladies',children'a and men'js < 'i place like new St. Cloud could grow toe

f I.I.T f LOCAL FIELD. i bathing suits, caps and slippers .I7Icel60e this week. i size it baa in so' short a time.Cdr. .

sujt up. At Dann'_ 22-tf Mrs" L. C. Royall and daughter l left \ Get a'SUIT and try-it '
M. Katz is having cement aide-
Lost A diamond Saturday for their home in Jacksonville a .
,. screw stud. A liberal after a week with Mr. walk laid along both fronts of his residence -
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addressing box and Mrs>- on North Main street, which will
468, city. 21-tf
be a convenience to
F Wade the tuner Orlando. great pedestrians COMPLETE LINE AT
; Have you heard about that in Editor W, B. Harris and son Bradley as well as it will add to the looks of his
candy the weekend enjoying a dip in handsome and house .
already
Dwellings, for rent, apply' to M. Til the new City Fruit Store Try it, 15c sent grounds -
at PaJie- -Grllle, returning on and it is the universal wish of those
lb. 1 for
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ler. ..' was,.surprised too.25tf the noon train Monday. living in that part of the city that those

Fresh Salted Peanuts, 20c a lb. owning property on Main street will C. W. D
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Mr. and :Mrs. G. J. 'after six
25tf Ciiy Fruit Store. Boys::! have you seen th i- new'line of fyllow Mr. Katz s good example
weeks with relatives
pleasantly spent
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same as men's five and six dollar )-
For fresh fish, phone the Rull Bass kind? Price way down. 'At Danq's.22.t1 in Fort Myers i-ettirned to their home'near I Judge and Mrs. G. F. Kribbs last N'S'j

Market, No. 189. 19tfMoCall's this city on Monday. Monday for Brindleton, N. C., where

'. Mrs. Carter and little daughter Lu-- they expect'to make their home in
patterns and publications at Office fixtures future. As judge of the county court
filing cabinets and cile, who have been visiting Mrs. C. W.
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A. S. Gilbert's. ( 25tf labor saving devices of all kinds. Yaw- Griffin the past few weeks, returned to Judge Kribbs made an enviable reputation -

For dressed. poultry phone the Jlull man & Erbe make. See Prentis at the their home in, Tampa last Tuesday.Mr. for fairness and impartiality,friend deal .
handed to
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Baits Market. Roma Thomas assistant cashier and foe alike, and his uniform courtesy '
Wanted-' Bids for plowing twenty and' toward all C. A. CARSON, President N. C. BRYAN lJaOJUCTAaT A ,,
of the White Star Laundryat of the State Bank is taking atwo weeks gentlemanly; bearing r---
the Home Store, Phone 154. acres in Park Garden. Work to be vacation his place being filled during won him many warm friends amongour
I done soon. See Nelson Realty Co., or his absence by Mr. Howarn Katz. people. He and Mrs. Kvibbi were .
Auto Livery day or night. Call S. write N. A. Clay, Nt. Vernon O. 20tf both popularjn Kisftimmee social circles The Waters & Carson 1

W. Downing phone 156. 17tf M;. C. E. Yowell, bookkeeper for the where they will be greatly missed. '
Sewing Machines-Agency for Sil'1g..rma"hines. Waters & Carson Grocery Co is enjoying .

Mutton fresh, fat and fine, at the Cash or on easy payments. his annual vacation, Mr. Bar) 'Lup- Mr. J. M. Carson-retdrned this week '
Rull Bass Market! phone 1 189> 19-tf $3.00 per month Machines rented. fer filling his place during his absence from Washington and Lee University
21-tf :The Home Store. where he has just graduated in law. Grocery Company ,1
Spend your.cash with us and get a Miss Corrie Miller returned home last On his home he came by Tallahassee .
set of dishes free. A. S. Gilbert. 25tf We can sell!! your orange grove a rea- week from the South Carolina College and way took the examination requiredfor ,*v.
sonable price on short notice. List withus : for Women at Columbia, S. C., where in this state. Mr. Carsonis and Retail Dealers in- "
5 or 6 doses( "666" wilt cure any cane and allow us a chance to verify this 'she has been taking a special course in practice and '
of Chills and Fever. Price 25c. 14-6mo statement. 2S-tf: H. D. Waring & Co. muBic. an unusually bright young man i''GR
his hosts of friends in Kissimmee con- OCE11IES .1

Coupons given with every cash purchase For-Sale-Cow and calf. The reason Mr. Henry T. Base, who recently sold fidently predict for him a successful .
for selling is that we have no time tocare his Pine the career In his chosen profession.( He .
redeemable in dishes at A. S. place at Island, acn>ss lake
Gilbert's. 25tf for her. Cheap if' sold at once.23tf has purchased the grocery*business of will begin practice in Jacksonville, and I
Lone Star Ranch. J. E. & Co. and took will be associated with his uncle, N. P. '
Sharpe chargelast ,
of the lawyers of WE SELL WE BUY -ii
Fresh bread every day. also fancy mare week. Bryan one leading .
groceries, fruits and candies at Mrs. For Sale 5 year old and spring that city. .

.Kegero's. 19-tf wagon; 2 cows and heifer Jersey and Messrs. Niklis and Giannerkis two HAY '.
native; 15 Rhode ]Island chickens and 2 Greek gentlemen from Tarpon Springs Meggrs.. C. M. Buskhorst, Wright HIDES

110 For Sale-Six milk cows with calves. roosters, turkeys ducks and 4 hogs. have leased the Opera House for a year City Mo. ; Thomas Clephane, Cincinnati GRAIN *X ,

I all fresh. $25 to $75 each. THOS. MCDOWELL, and are making preparations to operatea Ohio and J. P. Stewart, Otturnwa, ,- FURS ,
I -15-tf Z. W. BASS. 24-tf On Mr. Keen's old homestead. moving? picture show. Iowa, arrived in the city this week on FERTILIZERS "\ -

, ( For bargains in resident property, Mr. Harris the hustling editor of the I' Mt>Jsra. T. H. Harper, of Maumee, the looking homeseekers'over both excursion Kiasimmee and and are St. .- SHINGLESn X WOOL ,
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'truck' lands and orange groves call (on Valley Gazette, was one of the manycallers Ohio, and C. E. B rough ton,of Huntington Cloud with a view to purchasing property '
H. M. Breaker. Kissimmee. Fla. 4-tf last week at the Tribune office. Park (California, were in the city and making their home here. AND .
Mr. Harris was here on a business trip this week_Both gentlemen: purchased The have all been readingthe ORANGE BOXES y.ALL y.
After November 15th wood will be and just stopped in to shake hands with tracts in Kissimmee Park. e gentlemen Gazette for some'v.-eeks, and y
SI.25 a rtran delivered. the new editor. -St. Cloud Tribune.Dr. Valley section 'ORANGE WRAPSYEOETABLECRATES
were induced to come to this .
Kissimmee Lumber Co. Mr. Harry C. Duncan of Tavares, .
T. M. Rivers, of Kissimmee, call- son-in-law of Capt. J. W. Simpson, of through perusing its colulfns. s : COUNTRYPRODUCE .
For chiceacre( suburban: home. ed at the Tribune office Monday to handin this city, recently underwent an oper- - \. '

tracts,. see Kissimmee Gardens. his subscription. The doctor stated ation for appendicitis. When last heard Teachers Appointed CRATE NAILS .
ZO-tf J. M.. Willson. Jr.; that he was much interested in St. from he was fast. recovering. 't, .
11 \ Cloud and, "wanted to keepVup\ with :At the lastmeetingottheatoolboardteachers ; .

..,;; house For Rent of 7;"-Furnished'rooms, ,electric.or unfurnished l lighted the time.."'-St. Cloud Tribunal Dr. J. C. Moore, the. popular manager for "the ensuring school term ,We'sell'field and garden see fs"or all kinds' Nj ' ."':'/,';;?: .

Box 646. of the OseeolaPharmacy la off on We give special attention to fitting out. hunting! and campingparties. : '
. throughout. '.Address P. O., I Mr. Chas. W, Dann.'the enterprising were appointed as follow: !
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his annual summer vacation left ,,
16-tf dry goods merchant, has treated him, this week for Jacksonville ;and, other Osceola High SchoslR. M- Evans, ? LV, y'.*tffijs-\ \ '',,,' '
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.. Big reductions In all Summer, Mill self to a new Overland' touring' car, points in north and'west Florida. principal; Miss Sarah Griffin, assistant :Free delivery )in"city limits. Phone No.1'2. )) :" '-

inery. Nothing to be carried over till which he is fast learning to manipulate. principal. All, other teachers' in, the we are county Ugents for good fertilizars. Ask of circular
Come and The purchase was made through the Col.! P. A. Vans Agnew, who returned and prices fertilizers.
next season. get prices agency of A. A. Loll, proprietor of the High School were reappointed-as. follows on _v
25-2t Miss Bandy.An from New York a few weeks ago,
Graystone Miss Kramer, Miss Futch Miss
garage where he suffered a severe attack of :

intelligent person may earn $100 typhoid fever, is again confined to his Firsie Overstreet Miss Albina Smith
monthly corresponding for( newspapers. Maj.;, T. M. Murphy has received no- room in the old State Bank building, Mrs. A. A. Simpson, Miss Bryan, Miss
Send for particulars. tice of his appointment by Governor veins in his l left swollen
No canvas ng. { the leg having
Press Syndicate' B 2245, Lockport, N.Y. Gilchriat as County Judge to succeed aa the after results of the fev r. His Florrie Lawson, Miss Emma Yowell( E. L LESLEY COMPANYS. f 1
Judge G. F. Kribbs resigned, the ap- many friends hope for him a speedy recovery Miss Mamie Woodall and Miss McKenzie -

For Cyphers Incubators, poultry supplies pointment being effective upon the subject to assignment as to grades

.and Arthur G. Dustin strain approval of his bond by the County by the chairman of the board; superintendent M. CULL. M NAG.R' ,
White Wyandotte eggs, see G. E. Commissioners. Mr. A. W. Winn. the ice manufacturer -
Takach. Eggs $5.00 per hundred. 6-tf states that he has a beet in his and principal. S"CLOUD FLA.l
.j Owing to the absence from the city possession that weighs five and a Quar- School No. 4-Mr*. J. H. Steft'ee.School .- fI' r

Anyone anywhere can start a mail this week of Miss Inez Carson, the society ter pounds, which was grown just southof No. 7-Miss Lillie Dale. PULL OF -

business at home. No canvass notes are omitted much to the regret his ice plant on theJake. shore. While School No. S-Miss Russell.
ing. Be your own boss. Send for free of both ourselves and our readers that is an exceptionally large beet, stillit GENERAL HARDWARE

j'order booklet. Tells how. Heacock A 2144, as that department is universally read is no wonder in this town, for the School No. 9-Chas. P. Belknap. Tool. F..cl... P.rilt.r.. .. ....Olnd V....i.1i*... OI_ ...* Crock.

.' Lockport, N. Y. and appreciated, especially sq by our vegetables, like Kissimmee, are grow- School No. 12-Miss Nettie Hodges.School .ry ..4 DI..... P.U LI..U..b. F..ta.'.... lets : ..

younger set ng larger with each succeeding year. No. 13-G. M. Hubbard. ..4 Cat. .... ..' __ ,R
For Sale-Thoroughbred Berkshire Miss Rosa Rogero..
School No. 14
sow and two sow pigs about 4 monthsold. ( }till learned that Capt. Will Knight, Mr. Geo. N. Saunders has been appointed -
Apply to .1 who commands the government dredge- local< agent for the Ferro Marine School No. 16-Miss Hattie Leech,, GRAIN, FEED AND FERTILIZERS .

C. W. FUNK, boat Kissimmee, which Is now laid up engines and in connection with his principal; Misses Erne Lawson and Ca- .1.---__, "

23-?t. pd Milliard's Island near Rosalie seriously was brought to the city boat building plant is fully prepared to mille Morrison, assistants. Grocery ated on' N. Y. Ave., 2 doors from St..Cloud Hotel ,.'1' ...
ill at this business of
Monday although conduct a much importanceand : .
20-N. Bronson. Store Penn. Ave llth St.
P. Hardware near
No. ,
For surf bathing, fishing, boating and time his 'condition is reported to be one that will be quit an additionto School i '

automobiling go! to the Atlantic Hotel. much improved -. our town. Boat building is beccom- School No. 23-MI8IINeIli.WetherbetSBhool ARE LOWEST *....tsf.rPOLLBRiJDINBOR
OUR PRICES ,
Coronado Beach. Directly on the ocean. ; ing a feature here'and it will not belong No. 35-Miss Arey. fmr:: fm Bag-IBM :

Garage in connection.. Summer rates. Capt. and Mrs. R. G. Canova and before a ship yard employing a School 1 No. 40( -L. A. Young. .
22 4t-pd. Mrs. I.; M, Mabbett, Prop. children left Wednesday for Green Cove large force will be established on our SchooPNo. 49-Miss Rowena Spier. FtT' :I'TTTRE "
Springs! to visit relatives for a few lake. +
For shore cottages. St. Petersburg days, after which they will go on to CASH om INSTALLMENTS
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or Pass-a-Grille, address Washington, D. C. and spend a while The! wives and daughters of the mem- 'of ThanksWe --- ii,'

. MARTHA IRONS GIBBS seeing the sights of the nation's( capital.In ,bare of Gen. O. O. Howard Post, G. A. 8. U. CULL. The Pioneer Merchant t
95 5th Avenue N., all they expect to be absent about R. veterans, met at the home of Mrs. take this means of thanking: the 1
St. Petersburg Fla. three weeks. Martin Cosner, on June 13 (Flag Day) numerous friends who so kindly and ftmm Avc. bctwees Iota sal lUll'' Prwsrt' ; DelhteitM : '
.. and organized a circle of ?'Ladies of *
" Wash and Be Clean-We call partic- Mrs. Howell Bass has returned from the G. A. R.," Mrs. E. D.: Plummer attentively rendered 'ce to HenryT. Pa

ulakattention to our porcelainrlinedbathtubs where she went some being chosen as president. Several of Stanford' during his late illness, --- --
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", guaranteed. ; also lavatories weeks agoJto nurse her sister',,who was the veterans were present and assisted which resulted .fatally and Bsoecially .
closets, sinks, etc, I I.ti latter is in the organization. as well as dispos-
fever. :Jhe dur-
-- The Pioneer-Plumbing Shop. ill with typhoid dowe desire to tender UimVs-to $3 -- .
or-Some 1 luscious'watermelons that
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(If convalescent, and, together for'
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Box 625. Dr. and Mrs. Thomas their
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''1 licensed optician by !:: her home mother for a few weeks vit.it.I acts of friendship and kindness to ou FROM I KISIMMEE'j.' '
3 Dr. J. C. Davis, The) Valley Gazette, as a newspaper cousin and to ourselves personally. ..._
',C State Optical Hoard can be seen at I I took no sides in the recent campaign
.,.. Park Hotel for glasses Headache of i| Capt. Clay Johnson, Sr., is authorityfor and therefore has no sore spots to salve H. C. Stanford.( O JACKSONVILLE I

yeara standing\ relieved with glasses by,' the statement that recent rains or regrets to rancor over the outcome.It Mrs. H. C. Stanford.(
.Davis. Eyes tested free. Don t have caused a rise of about two inches does take occasion, however, to rejoice RETURN.'
H-tf''I( the lake and from present indica- AND
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tY, neglect your children's eyes in the fact that the agony is now
i :tions he expected the steamers Lillie Notice to the Public
over, and the minds of the people of ,
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i Wanted -Your property to sell. If' and 1 Koeeada would be! placed on their Florida are once more free to turn to -
sale and willing regular runs to'lower river points about I wish to announce that my photographic 2Oth
you have property for are those things that will help populate Monday) June
to sell it at its honest value we August 1st. and develop the resources. of the State. studio is now ready for work ,

can place it for you and get you the Barnes arrived last night and that I am prepared to do work in
Mr. C. A-
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;. the west, and are prepared to serve the mechanical department of the manufacturing department of the Census Call and bee me, just west of Waters ,
1 tour: interests faithfully. List your St. Cloud Tribune, having been called Bureau at Washington, was in the Atlanti i( Coast Line e
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Grocery
c property with us. illness of his wife who city Monday and paid this office a most ( ,
the serious
Nelson Realty Co. has by been compelled to return to the pleasant visit lie stated that he had Respectfnlly,
remain gained twenty-five pounds in weight 25-lt J. W. Wilder. ,
,40 acresot land near a beautiful lake; Church Home and Hospital to' since coming to Florida early in this h__ __ ___ '
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ReporterStar.Mr. TICKETS REGULAR
weeks.-Orlando TRAINS
8J miles, Cloud less than a several .
from St. ; year, and that .if ori his return to the Old papers can ue bought at this office a ,
mile rronv school; 25 acres cleared and __ A. A. Loll, the automobiWmkn, national capital MB health was in any at 20 cents per hundred. They are FINAL LIMIT IUNE 23rd i
fenced; all good soil, rich and productive tne threatenedor he lost single .
, received a few days ago a 22 h. p. way a the very thing you need to put 'under
; some beautiful hammock land; capacity Buick motor truck,, whWn pound of fat, he would return to this your matting. .
bearing' grove of 8 acres of cringes, he ton has been demonstrating this we*k. state and reside permantly, tor he be- Proportionate Low Rates FVojti Other Points
grapefruit and tangerines; pretty: loca to show what his machine coulddo lieved .any man endowed with' a" little Large desk blotters 10c at this office -
tion. ['nee4.800; time (on half if de- ]In order Mr. Loll carried a load of freight common sense and the average energy tf For tickets or information call nearest .Coast Line Agent or I
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sired. This is en excellent property, from Kissimmee to St. Cloud; delIver. could do better here than in any other Y. R. BEAZLEY T. P. A.- J. G. KIRK AND, D. f. A. {
worthy of close. investigation.23tf ing it in 35 minutes. late''in the union. Old newspapers for sale at this office.I :. TAMPA, PLA. r
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Drainage arid its Effects -
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; i. otloelaherebyale.nthatthot"' t"Illowlogdeacrlbedfan1 l' *. or no much" (h,;ro,>f HI will beaeoe.rry 1 ---. Sixth--. n efficient drainage carries : '
to par ih.Amount dii* for taxes herein .ot opposite. the same, together with coat ofI 'f water the Ideal Fertilizers
off tobring ]
_,. .noh M.A and, aaverLlnioir wlllhe sold"I l public.pctiOn on Monday. the Itil day orJulv, A,, D. First-It carries oft all stagpantwa so rapidly.ae.
i 1f1.,, In front Of UieCov-rt.' "oIlNo'door..1/ wtmme6, 11l.tbe County_ O..c ol Io..eat ..t 'te..r Vlorltla: I.,ter, and fives a ready escape, to the land intoa workable state soon after ,

/ V . excess of>' rain 'that fa U, the rain has ceased;,, and) thus, to a ,eeflain !

. '" ,.' j :t .. 1.'d "... ". \ j'* the cfi i extent, It rescues the farmer from ; SIZE AND QUALITY r
DISOaIR10NOP'La.a. . .- ,:: "1'.0" -: ".O t:.e::1 f.:' (I",,, "'It ,':, .'. j I' Second from -beneath It assists, whether ascent by capillary!water -I the' fields, dominion of the uncertain

.: ; a.-tion. or by the force of spring and seasons To the intelligent farmer: Our citrus booklet entitled; FERTILIZING FOR SIZE AND
r .; ----7-2-: :" W to Jlw k of UNwU no 4n \ J n who applies every aviulabli means I
IJ" not only preserves the surface soil I is of srial interest at this when izi
of w H > .MH :'Mv 40 Snvtttfr \ 11IIUVM | season and quality can be
i;, 8..01 tin U of lie lM I lij''n I ylv in ll I) I frr>m undue! \' nioisturt (\Ii great .:'".rfviuilaji the suocesaful. pront'ontuon of his art I ,- W W of nw }4 a"l..w !e t.f 'uw '10 nml the premise of our age; and,! <-(>ui>try i i- .! po1-tance of |"r ,
{U-o( HB4! end se"s o. ow;', 1 ( Ji'a' Etc' I'M'' ) S\''ili-. W II ( III itself as gw at moisture & theutfuee ,
T Clw W of ow 14 J 14 2'i). 'It IUi ,.."'all". W I' chill sure. "That .ht-i-cl-tiflu', and harvt I the article IH a lull description. of our IDEAL formulae
WUof nw 2''. .t)U1 Hllf ( .John.. L HM'CkIhuI,11 by its evaporation: tends tj "' tot uirnmiT application.
aw}( Owen a drip 7" y>r and\ ke-(p the, oil wild\ ) font also frees shall ,river fall.
mm .4.l... 11l.'i I If '. Ideal Fruit and '///11' Manure
n aid of 4O > r Severnth-Bat lairds of kind 8.;U ofw4Beaneoaro! mi<.* .615; 4i HufiH, Mm Unl,..'.... 4 the subsoil from the lingering prwaenceof ( on every "
( ie}" of nw (, nm. I 1/15 those noxious .substances '"huh, inuntlraineil this removal of superfluous.water" iu ,, 1/ <\t4 7''s: Spl'aFnul unit J'ine Manure
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Ne'Jofim'4 . 7 Iie, 13. to ('rhomttH :N 6 t<< land), so frequently: Ict'ire in productive anoth.",-practical benefit, ''lertivian Fruit and/ fine Manuie.

0 0 BH tt of 140.i b '1'' Lola!> and DO of Henry Alollw>Il'. bub 2T the c'rains, the deeper the ...oilThe
DiTl.IOU of nvri4of\ nwWi :n\ ::1I3010> 244 Victor) plants. RESULTS FROM IDEAL. FERTILIZERSgives -
Beg nwcor of aaUof, .wl\*. rune e l)7rd : Third -This ; / deeper the soil, the more available medium ,, pictorial proof of the merit of above brands. GET IT I
la? yds, n IWydilean ::1:1.:.",. 34e eRe Purkpr .lark 211'5hdlivan constant descent water leas j' *. ..
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for growth al1< Call local
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t ; Miey. . .. ... ,' 31\',>n wu lo W II. JfPmrlik. I M' through the soil causes a similar'descent : agent:
l'hr' ow" 4Sm NW 44)) J J 1. uo14 labor applied. Thus with lese acres to WATERS & CARSON jGROCEHY CO.
L.pf. ... . lo \\1,r>a sue set \u'hvan W II Jr ., I of fresh air through 'ita. pores, :' ,
NVfjof ...elof Ie%(.. .. !r.5r We *i Piirkf Jr(-. .. I Vi from the cultivate the farraur can'S \lre mare or addrsaiWilson
surface to the depth of the ,,
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', e istiQQ of,ber;"Jr laud . by. .. K 20a :VM :.XIt Ration. Hum ". . .. 49Utilio. drains. am* better crops. & Jack
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W o. .wyj! of .wr/a! and wX'ofwU ol When the rain falls it enters the aoil :, .
I ....." ,. .... _. , .. 2.2ge 'O Henry.HMpheni. .. ., J:4: from drainage the more easy it. becomes ._ ,
j BsaL.ei" .... 18 S-\II we. 141 K N < (li and more or lees completely displaces f for deep plowing, thus bringing --
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air contained in
andaeSof r>i.-, 26 6e 3 e JHO+ 'rtaborn .. 5 110 its poreu. tQ the surfaot- large quantity: of
,, NwUoL: lot 1, a nd teg 1:11I: fi s and. .tail 074Uudlr This air within descends to, the drainsor aFailableplant flMM1.Anothea .
li( w of n* oof ol lotTue. 1
f. W "* "* fi 17." to *"* la 'r>, '2H. 15 Ivnrdon' Alfred . "B 21 rises to the surface ant in of d..ainingof the '
*.V of ..'c. . .. :tl.! 2ne: .,. Palmer, E i K .. 1 tlLYarnlworbhC escapes : advantage j N. F'
0 I** -4. block 7.Mary B.. Morgaji'H Huhldivlitou the atmosphere. When the rain ewes ail t fa\ found ia the incroauied heiUthful- BA.SSI

'P Campbell 01 CltfI nejS. .!.. of npli. ,of..lot. 1', 1 215 2110 2 W ',' ::1 t 91Uisstnn the water as it sinks, again leaves the ness of the people.
block 61. Runnynxd' H, KitThomafl hi ; of the soil and fresh of drainage -
1 t Ii'h.dmmee' CUTnd I I pores upper opnir t To sum up the advantages
R .a, Mk a R II P Drought' \* Waller" :3 t :14\ air follows. I we may state: I CONTRACTOR and BUILDER '
Addition
b Bobenua'c k ' ,. .. ,. William Lur; 1411 j\ The earth as it were, breathes! anti First: -It .U equivalent to a (ritange ol
i LoasI ti'c'Ii1I Butter Mm diOauMmi. 1X) '
} LotLblock 1 8. .:., . ..' ./ ... llvorr>> .. .. 7 70 | the oxogenation which i ia the basis of 'I soil.
t e 1,1 boa[i<* f4 a x.nw cor of lot 78, run. a I I organic life plant growth is partially: Second-It is likewise am improved Does General Contracting Building and Furnishes Estimates -
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J 1XTK F' L! and ft VaT.1.1:1'114.: 'f4, u *. ", Mxllock W Ihulmnka L .,. 1 I\.j provided for. change of climate. ( on Structures of an size or Dimensions whether
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Robert lia AddlUoa 't . Third It equivalent to -l' deepeiung: y it be a Two-Room Cottage Tourist Hotal.
I 8hp-mlter'riabdlv I of blocks, I As we pa..tially..stllt.. . before, in a or a
i 1I! lot. .. Unknown . . 1 saTbomp.oll. .
DL.ndIL .. ...X. article of the soil, thus adding to its fertility.FourthIt --
previous amoetia is normalconstituent
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} JIB block OL is preparationto Makes a Specialty of boring ARTESIAN
i a necessajnr WELLS
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LoU block ana HL.... ., 7S. .. .. Unknown. . 21. food supply). Thus where many other. unproved conditiona. in whicH he hajr> met with the greatest successof
lot mid o W lot 4.. Shoemaker' a.ub-dlT good drain--
Rivera, July . .. 2 20Sulu in
Timea-Union. Florida.
-A. T. Cuzner in any man
of block QL I age exists not only is the land refreshted
N 'lx ul,2aud S, blunt I. .. I.IXKIC' 17 7* I ; .
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Lot X, block: E On born A O'NeaTi AdVBet Unknown 1 tit: |, by every shower'-not only does it
i f ae teerat U, runa n AdtwLot . Pi.y.dTo. W.II. .'' Give him your work and it
ft, ilra Matthew I'ctor., ZlllnW : 5 II" ,, drive from the rain many important Kissimmee PI
t t. J N I !HI) Can will be well and quickly done. a. 'Fd
1, poplett edk'. Addition. oh. nutritive substances, but it in suppliedalso be play poker( ,/
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1 geese so. Nobody seeno to
MO yda n of aw corner of avr!-4 ot with new accessions of air.
MU fl'.uHH'i to play yeah him.**-noasto* Poet
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s4Of! r a..stof nor of aw>4 of nwv runa n 0-H ft j these immediate effects. Thus when : t1-+++M+++++++++'F++++++++t+++++++++++b+++ +11
p?' W 4JO' ft, 1610. ft, e 420 1' :?i ,. :J00 0 sJJ.irt\ W o.I.II. Brunei BANOV.TWX S 20') ,! freed from the constant presence of C. W. Griffin

c'ollis-tiir. f>nr, olri) I o?, ,"'L
', water, the .soil gradually becomes. dryer THE CASH STORE

sweeter looKer and more friable.

OJ'i'ICEOF COUNTY JUDGE. KJS3IMMEB I The hard lumps of stiff, dry- landjmore' F ii .t r
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GroceriesAND }
R G.F.KRIE3E3SATTORNEYATL HENRY ASS''I or less disappear. The soil cMll"blesmo..e 'First,Door North of Postoffice

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,r 4 Praetlc.le Circuit Court Land Tltlaa warnload. j economically worked. 1here'yo; will fij t-SHOES, FIATS, .

i .Acknolw Ddm: l-immrm.dgnn ntj AirvemenU.takm.J Etc. drawn.and I Staple and Fancy Grocerte ( These are practical benefits equivalent FRESH MEATS i DRY tiOODS AND NOTIONS all "

0 L to a change of soil. ofl/best|/

W. S. HARWELL I > Ifth-With the permanent state of .
AND cOUNTRY PRODUCE quality and lowest prices. "
j moisture removed, the coldness of manyI i 'I

REAL.ESTA'TE; I soil ale. rapidly disappears. The backwardness Delivery Every Day at Any Hour]

Notary Public at Large KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA : df vegetation in spring, and Patronage Solicited 1.I Call Before Buying Elsewhere. ,.' fi
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Office over KI3S1MMEE. FLA. PHONE 1T6 1 I are less frequent complained of. North Kissimmee (Phone No. S ;i: +f++...+. ++4r+++++++*+ir+rH #+#+ lit+++++ir4+ifM4+**++t tr
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I' '. FLORIDA INVESTMENTS i .. Tt rWereceived , : .
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Find Them? So. ::11'i' eties of Kissimmce.CHURCHES. v No. I *." '

To have the! pains and:aches ft a bad :, : Oats 86 acres of splendid farm land for , ,:
removed to'be' entirely free from sale;,40 aore under cultivation-: ,- nice I I 4 u
back ; ; . .' 1 "" \*,'
annoying, dangerous urinary otden bearing! grove of oranges, lemons. and '" 'r ||durhig'the paatweek.t .

ie enough to make 'Y/JY'-'lildney ,sufferei: han in, $> he same : BAPTIST.. "' grapefruit;excellent trucking land. Located" J

gratefuL' ;tell hoy this great changecan Bunyan Stephens; pastor.vf fo\ir miles from' KisBimmee, one- ,, .. ,.: =*(' : '

be trough tflbouC.wUL.prove.com: : uantity or. the ,same. '-. Sunday School. Ui a.m.-=N.C,Bryan.superintendent. quarter mil! from 'railway station acidpostotfice - '" -. . a Cor"LOftd:

forting words''to hundreds. of KijBim- I'll'' ''. ''v and 200 yards from church . '- ,

mee readers ;. alue of any".othct' '' a. m. and.7.45p. m. and schoo] house! Price $4,200 Preaching '
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Mrs. M. L. O. Box No. Prayer meeting 7. .dayeVfnl.ng.' '. \\t.' '', , i , .
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96, KiMimmee, Fla., says: "I'gre..UY w od you can eat. B.jr. B. U. 7.45 Friday evening. ,-: I I'I. w ) .: '
benefited Doan's "
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Fills, and out of gratitude I recomm'end .. -. Visitors always welcome.FRESSY'rERUN.. No.2 '. .\' .' 'J I
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trouble them Lwas aIm of this com- nourishing, 40 acres of land,'qusrter of mile from '. .., ,
plaint for.some time, u y greatest suf. > least expensive i ; station, half quarter...!rom school and . p
faring being from pains in my back and S. S. Snyder, pastor.. church. Land all lies just rolling ,
through my kidneys. 1 could not( rest .\ Sunday School 9.45 a. m.-Geo.: F. enough( to drain good; has about IS :

and in the morning my back'wa4 so .,. "- Parker, superintendent acres cleared and fenced;'good '4-room .
lame that I could hardly' commence theiay's Christian Endeavor 6.30 .
work The kidney secretions p. -m. house, stable; well; sufficient bearingoranges
here, also( unnatural, giving conclusive' Preaching[every' second and fourth' for family; only <4 miles from Ainerican'Ii

proof that my kidneys were disordered. S.I1.BUtOCKREAL Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Kissimmee.. This will make a splendid 'I' M

1 tried several remedies but they failed I i Prayer meeting add choir practice home for someone. who desires to be ,. .-.... ".
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to help me. Reading of Doan's Kidney Thursdays betore the second and fourth well lArated.: ' + 11111 ... <
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Pills, I determined to try them and '
secured a box from the Kill lmmee Sundays at 7:00 p. m. .
Drug Co. They' soon freed me from ESTATE. Visitors, most cordially invited to all .

pain strengthened my kidneys and regulated *.....*...*.M....w...mm......mm.. oervjces.Nx No. 3 r- Steel uI -
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50 acres; lies within 100 yards pf post- -
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For sale by all dealers. Price 60 cts. INSURANCE'i CHRISTIAN. office and railway station; lens than five
Foster' .Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y.,sole I AvM. Chishblm, pastor. minutes' walk to school) and church; '

agent for the United States Examination of Titles a Preaching first, second and third Sundays good land; fenced and cross fenced;sufficient N ri.e r a
Remember the name* -Doan'a-and of ea ctv month at 11'a. m. and 7.45p.m. bearing grove for family use and : .. .
Fence -
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Bible School. a. m.-A. W. Winn, who will sell for $2,000.
* '.!' I ''I ++<"HMM"H 'I superintendent; A. iJ Davidson,'assistant -

: Correspondence Solicited. I superintendent. N. ,
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QRAYSTONErt --- ChristianEndeavor every Sunday

evening at' 6.30 p. m. :>x 8! acres inside city limits of Orlando; \ I

FLORIDA REAL (ESTATE FOR SALE Prayer meeting and choir practice ev improved. Price: $1,600, on favorable 4
_ LTME KM ery Thursday at 7.45> p. m terms of payment. Full particulars to

2.60 to 3.60 per day. Beautiful winter,home sites, situated METHODIST.Jas. . N Interested parties. Suitable for fe>rtcingLawns!: Poultry .

Special'by week or month. In the Lake Region of Florida. .
Trucking and Farming Lands in largeor T. Mitchell, pastor. Yards, Gardens, Pastures ,and Fields.I .
H. w. THumMN, 1'r1J. L B. mat, MJT. small tracts. Preaching every Sunday morning and No.5' I

+++++++++++++++++++++++++ evening. 160 acres 6 miles from Fort Meade in I "
CITY PROPERTY A SPECIALTY Sunday Schoo 'U5 a. m.J. M. Lee, Polk county, Fla.; 40 acres cleared and r.r. a.f.ir

........................: List your property with me for quick superintendent. fenced; 700 caring orange trees; 80 -- ---- --. +-
; kales. Prayer meeting J every Thursday acres round timber; 40 acres boxed timber -

:: THE SWEETEST i night. ; small house. Bargain at M.200; }

MADE H. M. BREAKER Choir,practice every Saturday night. terms if desired.x r .

! THING | Box 175 KISSIMMEE, FLA. ....:..- .\, I Let us quote you prices 011 your' .

: ,Now on Sale j EPISCOPAL. No.6" N wants in Fence or in our Furniture\ t or .
Kev. 'David D. Kidd), rector. :Several: 5 and 10 acre TarmS in Pine. I '
IScalb. 2 Its. for 25c Osceola County second and fourth Sunday
! Services every dale. This property is fortunate it- r Hardware bepartrnents.J .
ICore at 11:00: a. m. 1 uated beautiful divide between the
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Abstract Communion 2nd Sunday at morning canal on the east and shingle creek on J
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Guild meeting every first Tuesday outside (of the city limits, thus giving +-- i _

|i CityFruitStore ]! advantages of excellent graded school], .

P. GARRETT Manager. FRATERNAL SOCIETIES. churches, good market ,'etc. Just the -

$*#+....**.*.**.**...*.**. place to grow an orange, grapefruit, .
MASONIC. tangerine, kumquat and pecan grove; '

1 Heal estate Orange Blossom Lodge, No. 80, F. & can set peach trees between and beginto OSCEOLA

F. H. JENKINS Titles examined and reported on A. M., meets first and third Monday get returns in 16 months; also grow -
Taxes paid for non-res' idem* nights in each month at 7.30 o'clock in truck and vegetables. Some of this I
Instruments relating to "real.) estate
carefully drawnCorrespondence' I Fraternity Hall. property is already in demand for city .
J.' M. Hansen, W. M. purposes. .Buy some of this land and

Surveying and Solicited, W. M. Carson, secretary. double your investmentNELSON

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'DraftingOFFICE KNIGHTS OF PYTn1AS.:= REALTY co.

Friendship Lodge, No, 10,meets every .
BargainsIn: 'Wednesday night at 7.00 o'clock in Fraternity 1 -
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Hall.F. An Effective Painting. I ,
ii4 FRATERNITY HALL. I chancellor commander.R. "I remember one picture that brought :
C. Bryan, .
KISS1MMi.I'J.A all kinds of Real Estate .O. Meek,keeper records and,seal.PYtMiAN tears to.my. eyea.", ;.a,', COMPANY ;
'Life -Insurance "A pathetic subject, I presume ,, .
Fire and and.Armour's
I Ii ; f "No sir; I U was a fruit painting. 1 '/ ,. f'
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Fertilizers. Rent SISTERS' was kitting! close under It when' It ..f..IC '.
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In if "and' Collectinlt'ents; ) a 'Kissimmee., No. 21, meets Pearson's i{ .
i WISh to tell those that are Temple dropped on my bead. 'I :; I
contemplating building ,1 that I .Specialty. Taxes paid for every Thursday afternoon at 'o'clock, Weekly. '

have* found Bnd procured the best Non-residents. except the fotlrth Thursday, at which
sand in the U. S. for mak'ingblocks. "
will be held at 7:30.
time meeting 1
Call and see the sand and 1J.J...
Pearlie E. M. E. C ,
the manufactured product. R. O. MEEK Bryan
Never think of building a nice Mabel R. Over trpet, M. of-R.: & C. WellsDRILLED 1
Artesian "
house of wood when a stone housecoats 79, "
Kissiiiimee Fla. OSCEOLA CAMP NO. W. O. W. '. -- ---- 1 .
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find is fireproof, water-proor "
vermin-proof, and a house for a Tuesdays at 7.30 p. m. ANY DEPTH
'H. T. Stanford C. C. P' '
life tine. Do You
JOIIo..A..6.A.....Atksh Appreciate|
All.Wwk M0. MitM-ltl GuirutMd Flrst-Clatf r W. B. Johnson, Clerk. Let Me Figure With You

M. TILLER .

Kissimmee Granitoid Works t Gen. .0. 0. Howard Post G. A. R. I Guarantee SatisfactionH. $ ACCURACY, '

... Real Estate Agency PROMPTNESS .
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Realty bought and sold. r. Fraternity Hall. Visiting Comrades COURTESY, ", ?'

Houses rented. cordially Invited. .
w_ L. WINNruYs1FAN Taxes paid and Titles verIfied Ov DERBYSHIRE, G. E. TARBOX. I and that feeling of satisfaction in KNOWINO you have the Best ;

All' ) auaunQN.aaua.rca J for nonresidents.Fire Adjutant. Commander. ....dINPiii'M iiLONE Obtainable at the Lowest Price?' Then phone us your wants,. f
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Paora .. surance. Preaching at SL Cloud STAR i
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cs f Indemnity Bonds. 9pifvwirm Sunday school, every Sunday at 9.30 KISSIMMEE DRUG CO. i'
CHICKEN
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W. W. CARSON D. D. S. Phone 41
at 10:30a.m.and 6.45p. m., second : RANCW !
OBNTALPABUOR* and fourth Sundays at 3 p., m. tf.w. If'
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will be the best ever held by the young Florida Maps. Notice I'
B. Y. P. U.
people of Flonda. If the B. Y P. U I I \ Department of the Interior. United Slate Land 'OffCR EXTRAORDINARY !

..tltMdw. ... convention catches the Kissimmee spirit -!' (Poll receipt of 25cenU at the Valley Office at Gainesville. Fl.
Gazette office of Florida May .21st. 1910. I
a pocket
the state well watch it map _
Annual Contention Held in Lakeland may as grow i
Notice Is hereby given that Lewis L. Fertic. of - -- =
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Whittier Florida who on April 8th. 11104. made
This Week PINEY WOODS.The United States. We can also] furnish Homee&ad Entry No. 'H55 (Serial No 02199) for

k The tenth annual convention of the maps, of the county at 91 each and will w'y of .wl.. see. 8.and e'to'! of se'., eec 29 town- .I central l Florida

w: Baptist Young People'> Union met in following little poem tt Written be glad to estimate on sectional maps hoe ohio filed'tl south notice range af intention H-leant make,, Tallahaimee Final meridian FiveYear | windermere i d
kind I
by Rob-Lee Spier, who'Bpeot all of tiis of any '
Lakeland this week-Tuesday, Wednesday Proof to establish claim to the land'.bove dea- NATURES SANITARIUMONE j
and Thursday This is, in almost early life in the piney woods near this before the Clerk of the Circuit Court, at
the moat successful city, being enraged in the saw mill business Notice to Creditors ktaaimmee. Florida. on the '"th day of July. 1910 -- OF NATURE'S BEAUTY SPOTS-
every respect, ....... .
with .1s father but resides Norire m hereby given U>crwliU. h tmanddistributee Claimant as vritneiiaes B. Tumbfln.
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the Baptist young. people of ) ,now i! of the ehlata. of Temple A. Minx, W (I. McClelland R E WUlla J, D. Smith. all IN THE LAKE REGION OF ORANGE COUNTYTHE
in Tampa. The verses are rrunHy a -
Florida have ever jheld.. reflex ,1..1. ttiafc fhavn been nppnlutededminl.. .f Whittler riorida. i
'i There of Rob-Lee's thoughts and desires, trator of the above named eo tal.., coil l.hat.W HENRY! 8, <'HUBSReariaber "COUNTY OF FRUITS AND VEGETABLES"
than hundred
\ were more two :
and show that even though our young ""r..m. having rlalmh auMliwt Lhe ...Ia'" -mUlltpr..t I
delegates enrolled. Of that number
wander far into the outer worl them duty authenticated fur ttetllmntnt I
men in Estate ef C. H. Fountain Dec'd.N..Ure .
Kissimmee sent fifteen, aa follows I
: within tim time prenrrlbnd by law. ,
Sam Lupfer Jr. Cecil quest of a new life and enjoy the pleasures KiHsimmee, Flu, ARPNCK A, MINX. )I. her*hy !given. that the un<1nn iBne4adminlatratorof ; i 2. orb t ,*
Prentis Ver- i ; s
and pastimes of great cities. they : April T,1710. Administrator said Katatn. the nutate of O H Fountaindeoeaaed : S ,
ner Ellis, C. A. Carson, Jr., Bunyan never cease to remember and long for will on Mou<1ny, the 12th day of Dep- ----.r.: Cn.t L I

; Stephens;. Mis," Annie Carson Eva the happy days they spinE in their dear: Notice tember next, make final settlement of his sxlmlalntrattou syrNN 4WId r rJ.Yk Ara J

4 '_, c ,- .,WOO4 hall, Corinne Gilbert, Inez Carson, old home of Osceola. { Estate C. A. Cu..ml..... ..---.. al bald' _late and apply lor hi. P Cb aY. i C y ,
county 'h I '
dJsrbarire: a tuc adoalnlslrator.N. "p 7a w1 -
i Notice la hereby riven to oreditora and distributee s.
Elizabeth Carson, Kate O'Berry, Kathleen .C Baya.. Admlnlatrator .raa
,of the estate of C A. "....... -., llllllliilj. March Btb. 1910, ll-6mo 0 1 a
j Peacock May Roberts, Edna F. My heart turns back to the piney woods .. ..i
that as sheriff of o.eoounq. 1 "have b. en-ap
McKenzie and Mattie Prevatt. I never can forget i i iIt's pointed ex-oAcio administrator oi the .beve In the Circuit Court, Seventh a ry itQ Pa ati -'

The convention sermon was preached been a year since I was in them named estate, and that all .persons having claims Judicial Circuit Oaceola Coun- t o..t

I +, by Rev. C. A. Owens, of DeLand Hjs but I'm longing,!or hem yet.The ....Inat said estate anuat present them gulr 1 au I Of .
( thenU".tec.Ithln the tI.rbod! br Uw far Florida In
Chancery
ty. f.ti
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subject, was: "The Finished Work of settlement t"at J'srtk Gh etmu
i breeze played through the dangling j Raymond V. Lanier 1
Christ and the Unfinished Work of His ''' .c. .% PRBVATT.!: Sheriff.l I I v. .
Spirit" taking as textiwJohn; . 19:30 and leaves and a mournful tune they made $t Ea oakb Admlnletrator.N6tice : (smpbell Bros.. a corpora" x/W .ra.A k-i! ail9 Orll1II1.0 4'4tL1 -.. / hll
bnsinens in Chat-
Rev. 22:6.: While I often refreshed myself by stand- j of Intention{ to Apply to the lion tsnooKa doing Tenn. Atlguit. I till to remove l st u'i' : Coawew .
ing in their shade. I Wright of Lynchburg. V.. {loud from title L.a.Ca.asePtf.t t
The following officers were elected : Honorable Minor S. Jone's.Judae and Jacob Epak
t G. E. Mabry Tamp"president; W. T.: My dad before me liked the piney woods, I'! of the Circuit Court ax doing Baltimore. business Bargain in House Baltim e ,

Haizlip Orlando, vice-presidert> ; B. : _. Md. )
where he i
spent a day
many ; of Osceola
County FlorIda It;appearing by affidavit appended to the bill a, Gl +4HeML.o eV
.'A. Stephens, Kissimmee vice-president; He never'has gone back ,on them so far, . fora Charterv.Kottce filed In the above sUtad cause that CampkellDron .
f Geo. Hyman Brooksville, secretary and now he is turning gray, : : Aur at Wright and Jaoob Kpateln, trading
F1| and ,treasurer; H. C." Stevens Lake. I ; la hereby .riven that the .undersigned Intend as" B.Iumor.Bargan Home the defendants SAingc. Creek 6 sf To n kafrptle1,. ; j

i' "land,'uslstant secretary;W. G. Spark--. Why I.. love them so I can't: find'vvorda to apply to the Honorable Minor s. ,)0_ of therein DRilled,are nan residents of the State.ot I- I kr .JO hrptlfus
I the Circuit Court OsoeoU Cenntr. Florida. onto II
,* F1l>rid* and a reaideutof Chattaaoogm Tfaa.
manLakeland, editor. to tell 'wit: the 14th>ir of July .lgI0. for a> charterfor Lynchburg Va. and Baltlnora Md. and are I sport a t r, 3 I G t Fort T.Flor ;

4 An informal reception was given to But when I'm in the piney woods I'm a corporation to be known. the First Preabrtarian overtheaaeof t'entyir y-....; It I. therefore Campbell II9Oror .---_ .._... -

the convention by the union of the always feeling swell. Church of St Cloud. PI a,. the character ordered tbafcHald. non.rw>|ilent defendants' \ i kr -se w .
'I, church. This I and object. of said corporation to be formed being band Are hereby required to .s|>pesf to the R Lohopek ik, 0
occasion wasgreatly
Lakeland
fully set forth in the application and proposed Bill of Complaint flier in meld oanae on or before -
My heart is so light, soul is so free,
enjoyed by the visitors. Lake- my charter Hie in the office of of
now on the Clark the the 4th day of July A. D. 1UI4. otherwljiis
land knows how to male visitors! feel I I feel so' full and happy I wonder if Circuit Court of Osceola County;: Florida and the allegations of aald bill will be taka-u ..noofesaed MAP OF ORANGE CO., FLA, SHOWING WINDERMERE COLONY LANDS.

j/a at home. it's me. briefly described" aa follows; by said defeadanta. WirKfermere colony is located in tend. to make it one of the leading inland
t Its character la that of a rellaiou..ociety. "nd It la further ordered that this order ba pnbliahed -
1 Tuesday evening two excellent addresses The saw mill I in the piney woods has Ita object. to provide Ita member with the preaching once week for fire consecutive. weeks lu the beautiful lake region of Orange winter home resort of Flonda. They.

were delivered by Rev. R. L. I made me what I am; of the Gospel, the!administration of the Sacrament the Valley Ossotfce 0 new.paper published In County, Florida;on the Atlantic Coast will live right in Windermere with you; 1)
le and ; and to help in.the .,extaodlna!! of Christ's .aId Coudty and Bute Line Railway, fourteen miles northwest their'families
ilB1 there
j r Baker on Training Study i It raised my dad before me and he's are their interest *:;
in Personal Kingdom throughout th w r Training
t Rev. H. E. Gabby on pure as any I Iamb {Thia 0.. 11th day of JII.... 1B10WM (Seal) ARTHUR B DONBOAN.Cleak money :
Work.. I L HARTLKTTO I Circuit Court clay road nine miles west of Orlando, there. iJ!
It's not so long ago that both of us were 2f..t E. McENDREE. rt al_ I I ENerR 8&000" PAL.ElL, Solloitors for Complainant the county teat of Orange County.
.
The central Idea of the convention I TERMS .

_ , training, and Mr. Arthur Flake, at this job. '' No healthier spot in Florida, no ma-
toil alonethat's'why
But he's left to
I Nashville, Tenn., added greatly to. i'1 now f can't help but sob. IC 1OC.ocCOOCQCOCQCOCjOCXXXX)OOO< OC of instruction well lake level and 120 to 130 feet above sea
source as as .
I .
UJPFBK.K1SS1MMEE
A. CARSON.President J A. CRANFORD 3. L. E0xl25.
AT
. lion, Mr. Flake delivered three *. Vice-President. s.o- level, with nature's perfect drainage. WINDERMERE. ORANGE j
Horses and Mules Coming. j jJSt.
4tt i' dresses to the convention. No marsh or swamp land on the entire COUNTY, FLORIDA, AND ONE ,

, \y. The reports from the various unions Paul Neb., June 7th, 1910.I'' tract. SHARE, OP OSCEOLA LAND AND I

.. show that the convention it much stronger Kiisimnvee; ; Valley Gazette. No one of the ten, fifteen or twentyacre
'
tf'' '7 :now, than ever before; In its ten 1 Kissimmee, Fla. I LUMBER CO.. farms offered for sale is over five INVESTMENT COMPANY STOCK '

*years history. The movement has not Please put a notice in your paper) that miles from rVinderrnnre, nor more than PAR VALUE. $ OO.OO, ALL FOR ;:j

';yet reached anything like the.zenith of, I will be in Kissimmee about July 1st three miles from a railway station.

sJ I its power and Influence. It is a grow- ;with a car load of horses and mules. Yoix.can live at Windermere and be I $2S0.0p'

( '.1 ; movement and destined to go forth Respectfully, I within easy.distance of your grove and I
F and Dressed
erinif and to conquer.. 26-St W.. J. McCracken.. ugh truck farm, enjoying all the license of -
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,;, I." iL; One the i most interesting sessionsof Call for Bids country life and have all the advantagesof You'will be given 30.days in which to -J,

: '; the w&bte convention was the missionary -i I Pine Lumber. the town. Every farm, fronts a examine land allotted to you before 1 i ,

? '. program, rendered by the B. Y. New plans and speciScations for the public highway.We contract to purchase becomes blndlnJ"upcJn

P.-U. of the Lakeland, church. Interesting ' St. Cloud school building are now on are not putting people en small both parties, and if at any'ti v ,

/ musical selections were rendered file with Chairman W/ C. Bass of the farms Jocated on a thirty or forty within said thirty days, upon examination '

__ .and the subjects, discussed' were; very school board. / thousand .acre tract of undeveloped I of property you are dissatisfied ,
r f r instructing., Sealed bids will/be received till I 6 ; HOUSE BILLS SPECIALTY ,land Within this five-mile radius of with your property, you may exchange !

the interestijig of ally o'clock p. m.. Thursday, June30, 1910.' Windermere, covering our land, may be lame for any other allotment of 'the'.
Perhaps moat
I.. sessions of the conventiohyfrom Contractors' wishing to bid can secure found over'TWO THOUSAND ACRESof fame value remaining unsold, or have.
the
all Information by calling on bearing ( and
necessary groves oranges grape- your money back.If .
of view.N
as
Kissimmee point
the when the Chairman Bast. fruit), in addition to cultivated farm i you are interested in Florida land

Thursday afternoon, repor The Committee,reserves the right to re- and trUck lands. What other colony I as a permanent or winter home or Man

r of committees were presented. 'je any and all bids. proposition in Florida can offer these investment, don't miss this <
went to the convention oppor'lunity.
h, a Kissimmee with delegation instruction to bring it to W. C BASS, The Graystone Auto Garage advantages? ( This utTer icon a ground-floor.'

1 Kissimmee in 1911.! Accordingly the W. J. SEARS, Windermere is ideally ,located, bor- basis, and will yield a profit of frontal'A

I convention voted! to accept the invitation ,/ Committee. dered on the east by Lake Down, on the MX) to 1,000( ( ( per cent to purchasers! be-4,!f.
AGENCY FOR--- west by Lake Butler, beautiful fresh fore the j
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is out.
of tit@'Kpsimmee! delegation. So Old/papersior Bale at this office, year
cc \J the Florida B Y. P. U. convention 20 cents a hundred. *!. .' water lakes full of game fish In addition Make all checks, drafts, money orders -

nex't to the natural advantages, Wind- etc., payable to the State Bank of

t .,,!. meets here June f Notice BUICK r GAS AND ermere will have schools and churches, fCissimmee, Kissimmee, Fla., tA b j;

; Other features of'the convention . electric tight plant, tourist hptel. banks credited
l N OIl ia hereby p.n that I L. Overstraet.TaK OVERLAND to the account of the OacWIa
r were the closing addressee Thursday fl sainirr for Oaeeola County.> Florida. will HUDSON etc. The men back of this colony in- Land and Investment Company. >
evening Rev. C. W. Duke, of Tampa mM with the Board of County Coraimsaioners at STEAM CARS !
a
manner July 4th. A. D 1910. lor WHITE
spoke in his forceful upon mrrtneeatap' m on
t Dr. H. W. Trib- the pu/poM of reTlewtnir and equalfein- a.s..mrntfortiu .-
"Christian Culture. Osceola Land
and
Investment
'. year 1.U>; and 'will eontlmia Inlessliia.
thrilled the
Lie of Lakeland, conven- for that porpoM from day to chic until the ::1
Supplies Repairs and Accessories *
tion with his presentation of "The Larger aqualfaaUoa Ia complete. Also! to hearcomplalnta 'i >

Life Possible for Our Young Peo floe the ownar' or agent of any reel estate or personal : -mKissimmee.
property,the valuo of which shall have been. AMPLE GARAGE --- Company \
ple. orchajia-ei., by lh..imeor.
Axed
returned ROOM PHONE 164'I .
The Kissimmee delegation VtUMMmy band and'the seal of the' Circuit STATE BANK
f1 this morning. .' It l Is useless to say that Court this Iftth day of June. A. D.1510.-> BUILDING.$ .JC Fla.: '

t the convention in Kissimmee next year IsaALi ARTHUR B DONEOAN. Clerk I .;

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