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: July 8, 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 )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00445
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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away in the southern. part of the county . when everybody'knows he doesn't love

[ ONT PAID and ,Whlttier; half- way between Magnificent Property dogs any better tnan'*he doea whisky, THE CUM Of.BEfS'' ,

that place and. Kiseimmee are both and would as soon handle a filthy tobacco - .. . .
--. going to be towns of Importance In'a pipe as to put his hand on the nicest ".

_.J Trustees Take Up tilt lash very short time and are entitled'to boo Placed on the MarketThe pet'dog you ever saw.I : Is One of tits..Mpst Profitable I Industries k'

Bond Os- joined with-' this city by a first-class want :to make a, suggestion, and
Outstanding Against .. _.... That a Person Could
mart road frequent visits citizens ;L _
as by don't know any other war.to do It than .

ceola (County 1 of those places'to Kissimmee are necessary I Walter Bass Sr., Lands, Comprising Four x>put it in yuur paper, for' I guess it > ,'-'F-ur..re In' ". ere. :,,. .> -

x Is more'carefully read than some church :

"We wonder how man/counties, even With Osceola countjvout of' debt, Thousand Acres, and Lying: on, the East Shoreof members read their. bibles.. I don't I The folio wing,inquiry regarding bee' .. '

make the there is no reason why It should not be I. know If the p.rty.referred ever takes i
can
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prosperousFlorida culture in this ;
in section
Lake Tbhopekaliga Offered For Sale at was receir.r4at .
I bonded for good roads and "believe Are time to read the he has
: plenty
f..tatement that they do not owe a cent we paper, but this office: I' i
of bonded indebtedness? Few. if any it will be before the yearcloeeeDEPRAVITY'S x. $25.0OPer Acre, of friends In Kissimmee who talk to ? '
San Diego. Cal., June 18th 19\().
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I him frequently, and they will tell him.
we venture say and some of them 1 DEPTHS"t Editor Valley Gasette.

are so heavily bonded that an extra tax no doubt. Dear Sir-I have been watching your r '
millage is necessary to keep the.Interest i I During the past! year there have of five miles which will prevent any I want to suggest to Satan that betake most valuable paper in hopes tease ,

and'create sinking fund necessary Readied been several large properties in this tender fruit or vegetable from freezing a vacation. A short time ago he
paid up a Are in This Gty by t.hal'lielong | I al.methlng'about bee culture in Florida 4" ,
take the bonds at maturity. section offered to the public at very low even in the coldest of our winters, and had to withstand a pretty hard assault
to up Helen l I know the bee does well on the east
Osceola county voteda of Lake :j figures and in each instance they have which' will allow a hundred small grow- in front and rear and on both flanks f ,
Some ago and
years I coast on the rivers but would like i
bond issue-to build a court house the It is seldom the Valley Gazette prints j been worth every cent and more'asked, ers to own private docks provided they but he stood up like a man, and I. entitled to know how they do in the pfoe..wooda
'' but now we have the --pleasure of submitting do not desire to make use of the public to his well-earned rest. The "re-
only time i in its history such a thing anything that has the semblance of Immorality I and around the lakes about Klaslmmee

.was ever done, and it has long since I attached to it. and 'onlyde- a proposition to our readers dock that will be built at the most con- vival" fever over, and there is scarcely and St. ClOud. I will, be thankful for ,

seen the wisdom of the act for not a viates from that rule now for the rea-j that surpasses anything; of the kind venient place. more than the memory of them now. any Information'you furnish in the -'
I ever offered in Florida I Idapt. There !is no doubt that Breakerwill The routine services remain but theydo
Capt.
taxpayer has ever registered a kick or son that the man in the case is such a I beeline and hope I may soon be among .

grumbled at the milla e assessed, in I moral degenerate that the public .is entitled : H. M. Breaker, one of the be able to dispose of this magnificent not exert much influence. The prayer you good J people. I do enjoy reading r

fact, no one gave the matter a thought, >; to know the character and extent r moat enterprising and successful real property to some capitalist who meeting. are poorly attended; and the Gazette.. Yours truly ".j

for property was assesned so .low that i)of the crime he has committed against: estate agents in this state., has enquired will\ cut it up Into small tracts and set one Has stopped entirely. The only C. A. Loud. -. . .. ,

everyone was willing to pay their taxes society. i the control of the famous Bans lands, them to actual settlers as this sectionis thing that has any real life in it Is the We have used every endeavor to obtain ) ',; '

without protest. As each bond fell "Monday morning a young man by j comprising four thousand, acres. and rapidly filling up with the best char. "Laymen's Missionary Meeting;" but absolute facts for the benefit of : '

due, the trustees paid it off, until Fri. I the name of Charlie Long arrived in ;I lying.on the east shore of Lake Tohop-- acter of- truckers from th.- west as : the women'don't go to that and every- I our California friend, and assure him, .;. f

day of last week July J. the last outstanding this city from Lake" Helen, being accompanied I ekaliga. and with this issue of the Valley 'j they have learned that lands here will body knows that anything religious that. that our statements here made are. ) -. .

bond was taken up, and our by a young woman and Gazette offers the tract for the produce over twice as much every year does not have the co-operation of women based on what was told us by those. '. h

county can now say that it HOPS not went to the Park hotel and registeredas sum of $25 per acre. as those in the states in which they does not amount to much. The young I whir have for years been engaged in .

owe a single rent for bonds to any i man and wife. During the day little I These lands have five miles of lake were living and then too, they can people are taken UD with amusementsboat that industry.

man on top of the ground a thing that attention wan paid to the pair, and .j: front and begin one and a ,quarter miles i purchase our lands for one-fourth the l rides, biTggy rides, etc.-and there I Ir In the first placeorangebloe om honey N

makes it the foremost county in Florida nothing out of the ordinary was noticed '' from Kissimmee and are so diversifiedas price that is asked for those. in any] r need be /no uneasiness as to any loss made in Florida brings the highest

I with "to their but ,'I' northern or western state where one from the ranks of the devil. There area ,. .,
tod.y.And regard actions duringthe to soil that any character of( I price of any on the market, as it is de- '
of the Policeman and only one crop a year can be made; few, to be sure who will not be per-
not only did the trustees who are early part night I fruits vegetables or field crops can be I I *" void of that biting taste usually found '"
I I whereas in this section planting and. suaded to forsake "the good old
Gen. Albert Iveroon. president M. Snyder's attention was attracted to the profitably grown, and their proximity way. in honey made in the North and West, i

Katz, secretary, and T. M. Murphy .I girl's conduct on the streets, she being i L to such a large body of water as LaUejiTohopekaliga harvesting is going on all the yea. These he will have to lose anyway; but and perfectly safe to eat in any quantity '
round. In' the north and the number small he will not miss
west-ft is so "
unaccompanied and in
treasurer, have sufficient funds to take acting a very. makes anything grown I a case of cramps never having been
farmer trucker is to live them. So If he wants rest
required ever a
up the last outstanding bond, but have :i I auspicious /manner./ He took the woman upon them practically immune from up known to be produced by it. Thereare
all of his profits during the winter now's his time. Go along. Old Horny.
to the depot and told her to take
on hand one thousand dollars balance j 'frost. I many other flowers in this section un i c.;..
months, the time when nothing- can be Your affairs will be well taken care! of.
the first train outof the which she
which they will turn over to the countyytreasurer city, Two-third of these four thousand which bees feed producing what Is
I done on the farm or in ,the garden There'll be plenty to do this fall when ....
do but later he discoveredher .
tt be placed in the general agreed to acres are the richest muck the soil classed as the best Trade of honeys and 1(

) bond .i', again on the streets, when he arrested that will produce abundantly of 'anything while' in this section our biggest crops our population will be largely increased j which finds a ready sale in the Northern _.
s- I are 'made while'our northern friends and it expected a "union" revival '
her and her in the I
placed city
te ether planted without the use of a par. markets, but those who have once -s
are kept in doors by the cold and snow. meeting will be held. You will have
use for it. services. jail.At I title of fertilizer, while the remaining-I eaten Florida orange blossom hooey f
broke Here we live and all the hands full then. If can't
the prosper year. your you pre
It is exceedingly gratifying to the the jail young woman or e-third is hammock and pine on prefer It to all others' Owing to the
Valley Gazette to be able to make the down and toM Mr. Snyder a most pit- which character of ground our most In the north and west they live and vent that meeting you will. need help I large number of groves in this section ,
from May till October and and plenty of it,,to hold back the tide }
statement that Osceola'! county ii absolutely iable story saying that she";' was notl..ang'lI successful groves and orchards are prosper / I there is roorrf for a hundred time as ,
then pay out all their earnings to eat of salvation. A Lady.EXKlSSIMMEEITE .
wife but that her name was .
free of all bonded indebtedness. planted. many hives as are here now, and those

for it relieves the commissioner of all Mary Rhodes, and that Lang inducedher Fifty.acres of this land have been and keep 'warm until the snow melts engaged in .the business say that it is 1'' ,
. to ome here with him, laying he sufficiently for them to plow the (fields.
embarrassment in submitting the question brought to the highest state of im very profitable, as the care of bee. requires ..
won M take her on a trip to Tarpon Here-we enjoy the sunshine every day I \ ;
I for
of the good
t bonding county provement, fifteen acres being in an very little time or attention.
and their lm..k home that of the year; in the north and west our
roads to the taxpayers' Thia paperhas Sjuin-.i"; ; on orange grapefruit and tangerine grove : Is Honored by the Knights-of Py- One gentleman engaged 'in the business
Monde after friends work six months and gaze at
night Long
on numerous occasions urged the y just supper with three splendid flowing artesian near this city stated that he bad
necessity of this action; and while the told her that he djd not have any wells-one four-inch one two-inch and snow banks and curse-the cold the bal I, thias of Georgia. taken fifty-nine pound. of honey from
I ance of the Here life is
to her his out of year. a pleasure
present board: has done more to advance money pay or way one one and a quarter inch-giving sufficient Jesse N. Wood the Atlanta attorney one hive in twenty-seven days although
-there it is existence.We .
town and that she must the an
out
the interest of this ,'o'lnt' ; anti go on water to irrigate a large numberof has just been appointed deputy grand that was an exceptional case but that
ha buiH..<1 rnoro haw roads than hit I streets and make it, which she was.attempting and their is unhesitatingly that this property I' ,
acres, presence a guarantee -I is chancellor of the Knights of Pythias one could safely count on five dollars'
to do when unsurpassed for good soil
the previous boards rombmect; still,! I arrested. that stmilar flows can be obtained 1 lodges in Atlanta, and will hereafterin 1 worth of honey from each hive every

there is a great deal that I .should, bo On that information Mr. Snyder wentin on any part of the entire tract. On I Immunity from frost contiguousness to the city represent the grand chancellor season, and that amount could easily be
search of Long and finding him at railroad transportation and an excellence .
done that the present rate ol .taxation this "there also live doubled if little
property are .one ( of the Georgia Knights of Pythias, a extra care and attention -
the Park hotel locked him for the of climate the year rpund,.by any
,
J !will not justify : up room house one. eight-room house and in Florida and 'who are, or aright,, B. D. Brl.ntley..of.Blacklibear. Ga a i was livell'them. if.,., -.;,; w
any
"i Many of our Florida.'counties are 'night. Jn'the mayor's court on ..Tues j four barns all in a fair state of repair, become interested in 'fts TKe appointment of Mr. Wood is con.' The bee Industry Is somewhat e-f, a ' ., )1 i
purchase are
i bonded for good roads ant other improvements day morning Long plead guilty to th": and which are ready for' occupancy referred to Capt. H. M. Breaker, of, strued by his gratified friends as a tribute new thing in these parts but every Inn ,' .,, "iII" 1 t

..\ and not "one. of themiis charge of carrying a woman to a public -1 without the expenditure of a cent. this'city, who will give all the information . to his' ability and his activity I 11 the dlcatlon] points to its being a most pro -N \. ,- \

growing s _rapidly in population as place for purposes 'of prostitutionand .:The Sugar Belt Railway runs directly concerning It, such as terms and order. As deputy grand chancellor; Mr. itable one if engaged in on a I large scale;i"w .'iN' ,' d!

Osceola but still -toe' seem to hold backon was fined fifty dollars andcosts, through this tract which solves at conditions. Wood will deal with about 2,000 Knightsof for every variety of flower is here for ,

the incumng of any debt for what the woman being paroled. once the' question of transportation. Pythias enrolled in the eight lodgesof the bees to feed on, and many is the "'

purpose. Our commissioners. are worthy I The woman's fatherwas atonce communicated .! for the company would be only too willing !- TWOBAD Atlanta. Mr Wood is himself a bee tree that has been cut down in the ...
COONS
of every commendation for the with and he came and took to install .sidetracks at any point I member of Delphi Lodge No. 68. woods in this county that has yielded r

good( work they have done but if they his daughter home on Wednesday! !; growers of fruits and vegetables might I Preparations are already under way from one to four barrels-ot honey and ...

desire to make this the banner countyof night but Long is in the county jail in | desire, and those 'who may happen to Are Landed in Jail Through the Efforts for the entertainment of the Georgia if that can be true without any care It'

Florida in the matter of g, od roads default. of his fine, and will probablybe own gardens or groves at some distance I Grand Lodge. Knight of Pythias.which appears to us that big money could be t .:

as it is in general :Jprogresaiveness, enterprise called upon to answer a graver from the line of railway could transporttheir I of Sheriff Prevail meets In Atlanta next spring. The made here with proper attention. ".t

and proHoerity they will not charge. products to market"by water, as I Once more has Sheriff Prevatt demonstrate meeting this\ year was herd at Brunswick. , There Is nothing that fails In this section j

What character of a man' Long cant the furtheYest from Kissimmee that he is the "coon" if and bee .
hesitate another meeting to call an point star .-Atlanta Journal. given good management, I ..

election of the taxpayers to issue bond >e in beyond our comprehension-using would be not over five miles I catcher, as tnrough his efforts a negro No doubt the above information will culture! on either large or small scale':

in the sum of two hundred thousand a confiding woman to his full satisfaction It will be a surprise to many in this by: the name of W. D. McNelty, who fbe exceedingly gratifying to our people will not be an exception therefore.. we ';' '1

dollars for that purpose.All and then forcing her to barter her. section'when they learn that this magnificent killed one of his own race at Miller & 'esperially to the members of Friend say to our California friend that if he .. "a

over this county, especially in virtue for money {or him to use. property has been placed on the Malloy's turpentine still in Orange ship Lodge which made him a Knight.Mr. will come to us he will meet with the q

L the middle and lower sections, coloniesare The lowest male beast, bird or rep- market afJ the exceedingly low figure of county, on June 3d, was caught at Wood was at one time principal of greatest success In the culture of,bees. 4' ,' .
tile God ever created will fight for and Kingstree, S. C., and is now in jail In Osceola High School and proved a most --- -- - '
being located, and people are coming twenty-five dollars per acre, when it '"'
here the thousand. protect its female companion, but this borders the south and that town waiting the arrival of: thIIherif'l *: efficient instructor. He is .a-fcon-in-law. "ON T. .M MURPNY
by 'ey.ry year; property on - _
Long furies his to sell her virtuein 'T : ,
man < ',
I of Orange county to bring .him of Dr. and Mrs. M. J. Hicks.
and they should be given and are entitled which ismuch further from this ship- '- '
the.public market. There is certainly back; when the courts will decide .4 I !i
to the best of roads to travel on, ping point, that is rapidly selling at
no room on earth for such a creature whether he will out the Becomes County Judge and J Judge .f I
when going to and from any of theLawns twice that sum per acre, while that lying pass by hemp G. A. R. PICNICHeld s t
'j and there is no doubt but that the) his in ,
and especially when coming to to the north and west of it is being route or spend remaining days a the County( Court. :;
devil will order padlocks put on the
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convict .
KiseUnltteeyas this Is the county seat held at from fifty to one hundred and camp. ,
I gates of hell when he appears at tliat -It i. now Judge :T. M. Murphy torojeT; :
Another tied with
"dingy" got up a the 4th at the Residence ot
and the place everyone conies to when place ar.d seek admission. fifty dollars per acre, and a large cullud on July 2d he received the, Governor's com* w ',
: travel the railroad amount of it is at those gang ot gemmen over at New '
to on or being' bought
desiring -
I - -- - - Mrs. f. D. Plummer mission f;
that appointing him to All the ann: .
. ship their produce for the reason that BURIED IN THE SEA figures.,. But Captain Breaker recognizes Smyrna were doing a robbing .
/ I business on the wholesale order but Comrades and ladies of the G. A. Ri I jvired ternyfxif; county judge and Judge .
it is on the main and direct line of thepeate.t that there are few people who of the Bounty
railroad in the state. command large of I things got a little warm! over there and ,held a fourth of July picnic at the court and on that
system can so a sum money,
; .y., We do not underestimate tbs nyuiy The Body of .(apt. A. R. .immons and'if he desires to dispose of it in its I he decided to hunt in new pastures.so dente of Mrs.' ET. Plummer, in. reai-j day be of flted his his position.bond and assumed.' tee'duties '.

superior natural advantages we"-have to. entirety he must place his price sufficiently he came over into Pnlk county, and Kissimmee.The ,"',
,, at Rest in Biscayne Bay. The iftajor. be is
as called
generally
l' th're's;;
offer the homeseeker and if low to induce where he fell down for that house and grounds were profusely
I we never some capitalist to
build another mile of road, hundreds Miami, July Complying with a take it over. county adjoins Osceola and our sheriff decorated with flags and bunting by our people has been in public life inKip .. a
( contained in his will friends of and about Led mmee for many years and has al. : ok
the request never sleeps when crooked coons are one hundred fifty persons '
would come here during next two The muck lands ,,
R\\ arounij Kissimmee ways taken a most active: interest In. ;:' !
.A. Simmons, Grand
Capt. Army that near. Result the "dingy" is now were'present. / .
years cultivated, but if we want our vacant lands Veteran. who died-at the National Soldiers -.) have gained a world wide notoriety for' in jail here; and the-'sheriff of Volusia The'principal address of the occasion everything that tended__to_the ;town. .. ._, ",' ,....
by energetic truckers and their great productive qualities, ...' welfare as well as being one of the -
Home Johnson City Tenn. burned been delivered
county has notified to come and was by Rev. S: S. Snyder
farmers, if we wish to have a popula" trope of vegetables have been made in Democratic staunchest
his body at sea Friday afternoon take him home. patter of the Presbyterian churchwhotold party's support ,
ooCi _' tion of twenty-five thousand by the i this section that strained the public be- .! era and hardest workers. The
Major
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and the veteran'slut sleep is in the in splendid language why we celebrate "
year 1912, we will have to provide good lief. More than thousand dollars '
a \
his politi al in
began : career our town
depths of" beautiful Biscayne bay. A QUEER SUGGESTIONA the fourth and also gave a history
roads) for them to travel over, and the Captain Simmons who was a firm :i worth of eggplants have been raised on : I of our flag. by becoming a member: of the City "-

II %only way to get these good roads in I less than an acre of this ground twice Council of which body be was president .
believer in evolution, expressed the fur- Miss Plummer. who .recently gradu- '
I anything like a reasonable length of i that amount from an acre of Recommends Satan and four .
celery, Lady That. years ago was elected
I' ther desire that no religious service be ated in elocution in Boston, entertainedthe
time is for the county commissioners | and often as much five hundred dollars
as which
position he being
mayor occupies,
herd over his body and that his friends Take a Vacation. assembled guests with some of
s to call a special election to vote on | from one acre of cabbage lettuce elected for the fourth consecutive
in performing the last rites conduct James Whitcomb Riley's which
poems
" bonds to build them. with much I lor tomatoes and then almost as much Kissimmee, July 8th. 1910. time this last spring; he is also chairman
themselves as gayety as pos were splendidly rendered and were received '
I f There is no board of ommissioners more from othercropplanted the same Mr. Editor of the County Democratic Executive ; -
sible. with loud and
' prolonged
; tn Florida superior to the, one -in this These rites merely consisted: of read- year; and the muck? lands, of this immense You are making a mighty. / good piper applause Committee and treasurer of the .

. 4 Wity, for every member holds himself | tract are the equal of any to be 1 and doing a whole lot of good for Kissimmee County Bond Trustees filling each.position '
ing the will, the firing of: three guns A delightful luncheon was served by r
.. ready at all times to listen to ad | found in Florida and will yield as and the surrounding 'coun try. with abiliUand absolute fairnessand
.. and the dipping. of yacht -flags three the ladies, which came in for a full .
i vice or argument from any citizen, and much revenue to the owner with aa Sometimes 1 am afraid people will think justice to alL .
,. times. the body, encased in a bag, share! of attention and appreciation.
if sound it is adopted without the least little work for they are 'nearly all in I the descriptions given are too good to I While Judge Murphy has passed the
was lowered into the Gulf stream. Kirk I' Everyone enjoyed the occasion: to the
. ,hesitation; therefore we feel no hesitancy Munroe the author, was among the shape now to be plowed and planted be true. But there is only one place I fullest extent. I mark at which: it in polite to discuss

_.1.. in saying that if our people wants friehds1 of the veteran who assisted in being but little grubbing or clearing to that's better than Kissimmee after all- ages he is as Active and energetic as''

:. this action: taken all they have to do I be done and' grove or orchard set out the place where people never grow old Contractor T. W. Ellis carried seven most men Of half his years and no one '
his The
obeying strange request. bodyof
is to make the request and the commissioners Captain Simmons, who served on the hammock or pine land will repay and where "sickness and sorrow pain carpenters down in a launch to Alligator -I.doubts but that he will make the same '1.',; !

will order the election as soon throughout the Civil War with a New its owner twice over. in three years and death are felt and feared no more." Bluff and Bassioger where he has efficient officer. Judge of our county > 'r>:;:_''. '+

as the requirements of the law are .ful [ was fir t interred at .time. Well I don't often trouble you, andI some fextenaive building contracts. for I court that he has in,the other positions t '

'filled. 1 Johnson City but wee exhumed: when The best feature connected with this don't want you to shut me out( You \ the large land companies that are operating of trust to which he has been elected or !'y,; "

:I Basainger .almost--a hundred miles the contents of the will\ became known. I property Is that it has a waterjfrontage let, pr. Breaker rut in a plea for dogs. in that section of the county. appointed. '

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IT; ,not read any further! but, our 6u"b-i:> rrigali&rt "HAS, brought increased' crpps to other truckers Task any'one Arc rotsVnTIlAq'rs: ) \the risk of

and It WILL do the same for YOIL, There Is.no reason why you should not investigatethis.; Just 'drop us a \ crop .faft ure; "

'Whett your land card; and.we will tell you all about lie/ have cur man call. "' Asking! questions Incurs:'! ro cbiifiatjon; ) of any'kind. write i the value ot
MULTIPLIES
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.*! ' DIVIDES Turin troubles In t,

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with 'IT.Chattanooga' Sewer Pipe & Fire Brick Co. If you set tlio rig It kind" of ,

f 4 CHATTANOOGA' \ I tile,"CHATTANOOGA.' It's
MANUFACTURERS!"' ''9" \ I 'liard-burnkd. madeclay !
11' \ .gIlly-cd, .

; tile CHATTANOOGA" .RRIGATION DRAIN JILE. 28-6t' Chattanooga, 161111.: of clay, lasts fore.veV, -

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t{ NotlrrlR hereby ci\e that lollorilDit deiwrlb land., or 00 much thereof. wllllx .
sceee.ar} I W the amount due fur;UuleP herfin eel oipowit* the *.me. lolher withooHtovucb The Town of St. Cloud . f
i Mvjv dl'Jv*rt iHlnv l will b. old at itublR auction<>u Won y, the 11 duv of 4uirt ' 1 D mlo',lu. front of th.I II, H.H rtoor. ,at K ti! *tniiui"'. In County olOnfvnl. HIM nr Klorliln_ AND BUILDERS '
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'i I1''f..." nd Co-: t tII 'w
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lot 4. bloc" :Mm J A \SilkouW 4 of, I "
,I 1 Lulu 7 ami 8,block U Biter Thomas' 4 ARoblu.on' ITEMS INTEREST CUPPED have been set apart for the erection of Wood Brick} Stone .'
Addition! or
two Methodist, ,
Baptist Presbyterian _
t Lots, block 2 Lucy willl.intXra I 17, FROM THE ST. ClOUD TRIBUNE ,
t block in LydlH Butler r .1 and
(t, Lou and :! Catholic Christian Episcopal ..
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Lot >,block. 10 Henry t ironldinyw.Cnknown U 4'thence .J.-- _
'J 1 LOljI.bloc"III I IaY churches. The company has donated 4
Plckeran- mib-dlvhion( or lot 71.i of Florida Comrade Wm.)'. Bartlett afterread- three ]lots, excellently located to each GUARANTEE TO GIVE PERFECT SATISFACTION

I Lot L.ndandlmpruvemeutlu.uraey, .. 1'} I'aniD ', 4'. ing thtvcriticiBrtof !St.: Cloud, publis..t.irn of the church organizations mentioned, ". -.
I KUTLMid and Improvement Co:I.urveyBeg. . v "
the Ohio State Journal S
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I at neoorBe roomer of lot "x, runt ee r117k < which in deemed sufficient for the build.
I,. Lot Kt.'lt.. tai fl, w in1, ft, n'lil'i It. E II.)":.tv Mitt"Yunngbked I .,7i Ut !, Wilier, who re ently spent a few hours ing of church and parsonage 'or recto Kissimmee Florida.I. I

II. Bhonnaker' tlubdtvt.lnn of ala li'. 1'L and here, writes the Journal as follows: ry.-Florida Opportunity
I IL.Ba.. Addition 1 1 "D, S. Wilder the Journal of I
1 I : Lot 14 Hub"talilr 1 4 .'2 in Statf.
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I, KobtrtBari A 4JI'tUnw \ ., June 2, does a great wrong to many of
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> lots and ,.I,block B M n. 1 F illit7Tt ; /1j During the severe thunderstorm Mon
I Beg at.w cor of block 0, run n "6 ftthnnr my old cornradeH I wish to May that he
afternoon bolt of
1 ..to riiht. of war of A <' L ILl hits wide of the mark in calling St. day a sharp' lightning
r noil th..trrlyalonl.rlsM. | | ofto eer' struck a pine tree in front of the residence | l
t i Wit IxtKinnlnK .OU1HH lUl\ct! t I b5 Cloud a front, but as t he wan only therea I Y lylli
Robert ItaiM Hud Addition \ of J. W. Squires o>ri New York
'4') 1",1)(1 I nUlJOADlob < '' part of a very rainy.day, perhaps 1'1'1' avenue, north. Although thirty feet
r, UKl>orne A; O'Stet a Add It\km ought to be excused. But
f" Lot ,block E. 1'"l .) Ma,hv'WH Addition of what he wrote IB misleading and
NU of block E Hrlritcier, 4 o N.> of block 1. Tom Meg! *ft id \Wrongs about 4,000 property owncre.St.Cloud .
,j t' < ... across the table, and remained in an Do You Use THOMAS
Begat.e .ro'' lot l hiuek <'i runt n 7iI I is not ten months old yet.
l w W ft, a 78,I ft, e\1'f1 Zilla Peerrr 1 1 unconscious condition for fifteen min. I IuteR.
,J "+ Lot t. block II :I'urrit' "I'"ungb'o<.d 1 ;1 Last August 15 there was nothing there I
f Joe LeVi RulKllTlalou tf M.lli.-." Add Other than a few minor bruises, '
t lamier ,b.4, but a in a wild forest. PHOSPHATE Basic Slag) ?
IxAfl S 4Aam1 ft,block' BLot Ida W WatMin .' ;/ surveying party Mrs. Squires wax only affected with a I (
I,block iwWI A Patriot Addition J Now there are over 400 houseM. ,
j j I Addition manyof headache which J
Illly'B \ severe passed away
Loin I. I and ,I,block 1Lou Unknown I .!I them. fine brick and stone structures.. I I
'j J 4toI2tnrlmdve, bloc. k 1 Uiknown :lla that night. I If Not WHY NOT ?
to p All Of block J l'nkDU"'U i 1..1 There are more than l.OIWtwell .salisfiedand ,
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IJ nul.lled I .nd.J" s
"" I al4! of elk or08r.Or IIW'.C'I< tp-"'> r"I ". K l.al\1''I'\ I IJ happy people there. There m no I J"" Tax ollector. t, "MI of PH KlM A'nut.linmi-, ..LM1) trouble! about the land or ]loU. The Norton of Kmsimmee surprised' the i It is not costly, injurious nor an experiment; but the

t't By J. K. OILHFKT. r,. C. land company is able and willing to I company manager Wednesday, night I best and cheapest phosphate for Citrus Fruits,
make-every man satisfied, unless, I '
perhaps about 9 They rode horseback
m. over on
.......... ................e he may have dyspepsia. 1 spent and p.spent several hours part 1kil.g i BECAUSE Produces the

f" five month in St. Cloud the past winter of the hospltalitv pf W G. King.
and know what I am talkiffg about. 1 .0. ..
You toKISSIMMEE. .
; can come . Choicest Fruitat Least Cost.
If any doubt it, please writ* to Judge Editor Jolly kindly furnishes\ the

l' : Anderson or Col. Kinney or\\Philip Mohr, following items in advance that appearin
Read Mr. E. E. letter in the Florida
who are the happiest men,alive. Mr the St Cloud Tribune of this date : Thompson's

It, Z i Mohr spent years in the Soldiers', Homein I Fruit and Produce News (Jam 7.1910)). .
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FROM the state of Washington alm() t.help. Mrs. C. F. Prevail' accompanied by I HEN TRY
less with rheumatism. He is now as her sisler-in-law. Miss Jones, of KIF- c, rf

: 1 | KANSAS CITY Zi well as he ever was, and has been BO simmee were visitors of St. Cloud on f The CO ,MORTIMER COMPANY,

\r for the past six months. He is a good Wednesday last. They were the gueelsof
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r i : AND RETURN FOR, : man Mr. Thompson Carter' tUPOkMKS. JCHARLESTON I

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I $34.00 and spend 25 days y John McNurlan, who bought the Narcoonaee Edward Cobb>, in his Iteo machine S. C.

?s* Hc t; Sanitarium property from Dr. brought a merry party of Kinsimmee H 1 C.f GRADE FCRTILIZCR MATERIALS.. i
t"t"I, KnniB last winter, visited this locality ball ""
folks to witness the game here on .
S Long enough time to InrcNtigate the best! last week. Mr. McNurlan served three Monday afternoon. Included in the .1 t 6 ),

''I Bargains 5-Acre Tracts, Town Lots years in the Civil War, and comes Jo party were the Misses Blanche Lancaster I ,

>C : and Country Property in the Florida to near.his. old comrades.: Lena Lancaster, Eva: WoVlall and j 23.9t I.I I.I
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I state, for sale by ar.1 Mr. George Gardner. J i.

1.. R. "Wclcctt of Hill Top, Kansas, .. -: .
: : W S ALYEA : rived on' the evening train Tuesday, I J. -W.. ]>ref'lti is, one of' KUsimmee'g .

.q Comrade Wolcott seem. much,leased most }popular merchants, spent Wednesday FOR I
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'10: : .OFFICE'IN STATE BANK'Bux. KISSIMMEE, FLOIDA :'. with St. Cloud arid has ,already begun ., here on .business.-----1..trip.' ': '., '
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!; ;' operation to build on his lot. He expects

? ........ ................. to bring his, family on in the fall Jack Loll of Kissimmee, accompanied The Truth

and clean up his five-acre-tracts. by Hardy Walker and Prof. DeWilton 'l
Alderman of Bassmger were visitors
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I II Cloud on July] 4th. These gentlemen
Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Lawrence arrivedat
drove over in an Overland machine
l St. Cloud last Saturday from Grand '
H. C Rapids! Mich.,-and are nicely settled in to attend the ball game / About Florida"and :

I I Comrade Farris' cottage on Honda av I
"I Mr. and Mrs. E. S. .Bee land and Mrs. "
enue. They seem much pleased withSt.
Hankins of Kissimmee and Miss Susie I II
Cloud and think of staying here
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ANFORD some time._ Dale! were seen on the streets of St. _,_ -- values in--
I Cloud on Monday afternoon.
.
e Will Tyson and Charlie Donegan have r Clyde Nelson.Stanley BuIIocK,.Willie

cosIS I If been driving ttl the past week east Prather, and Mr. Broker 'pt'nt'a] Sunday ) Farming, Timber and Citrus ,
of the Shakers. They report pastures I
I afternoon in St. Cloud..They! drove
fine and cattle much improvedin .
THK PLACE TO BUY I looking over jn a Ford auto.N. :
;) I appearance since the rainy season I

commenced. Cattle which required to C.' Bryan representative of the Fruit Lands

Dry Goods Shoes and Notions be helped on their feet last Februaryare Waters & Carson Grocery Company' of : ... Orange J Jj

now fat enough for beef. I Ki8Bimme, accompanied by E. L, Lesley

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; On Monday of this week Mr. and Mrs.J. Groves and l b
I City
,, D. Barnhart with Mrs. J. B. Rexfordand Will Makinson, Jr., accompanied by j PropertiesWrite l

:ROCK COME \ son boarded the train at Peghorn George Gardner; of Kmsimmee, w renumbered
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Junction for Ashton, from which place among our guests on Sundaylast. S
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J : eorrro 0 .e.ZVa they walked to the Shaker Colony. Vis- I : or call on
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iting the pineapple grove, they were reminded -
:lBZCES SEE:: :
I of ginseng culture in Pennsylvania I Mrs. Frank Bass of Kiesirnmee arrived

__ which, according to a member of on the morning train on Tuesday R. D. WARING
the party, is grown in a similar mannerto : to spend the day with her eon. Jack i & CO. '!

Tn pineapples with the difference that j Bass\, proprietor,of the St. Cloud Drug
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.... '. ginseng requires flva years to mature : Company. State Bank Building
.L -\' I the first crop, while pineapples often ",
fruit in one year after the plant are H C. Stanford!, of Kissimmee. "bpent ,j Kissimmee
[ Tuesday here, taking stock at his Mew Florida
: set out. Since coming to St. Cloud, : I

Safety Our First Aim several months ago, these young people York avenue store. 'I---- .-- .- -. ---. - -
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have located on their acreage plots near
: Mrs. W. J. Sears and! Mr., C. L. :
theoHd\, milk where Mr. Harnhurt
sugar Bandy, of Kissimmee, were visitors between <:tIVKtlvNN N'NMN11N1A--' .ti, 'Kt.AKNWNM 1r1V
will experiment with bananas.
afternoon trains at St. CIcuJ) on

Every safe-guard known to the Mr. Charl..sG.-. Sommers'of-- / Fredericksburg Monday J s You

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Wayne county, .Ohio, wda a Mibs Eloise Moon was> the guest of' J: AppreciateACCURACY

''; '\ banking business is used to secure I visitor in our city on Friday last and Mr. H. C. Stanford and family on an : s

o-jnd it pleasant enough to prolong his automobile ride from Kissimmee to St. { ; .
; funds deposited with lay. Mr. Sommers has invested in two I Clou afternoon. S ,
: I, us: on Monday They I' : PROMPTNESS '
lots adjacent to the town and will com- drove over in a Ford machine s ,f;'
y r -I I mence to improve them immediately. : PURITY

He proposes to build a house and move Robert Ivy a-; as host of a little I : "#;

down here in the course of a few weeks party of Kissimmee's younger set on j COURTESY,

i Citizens Bank f Kissimmee He;:;has also secured options on more Monday, He spent the day at St. : and that feeling of satisfaction in KNOWING; you have the Beat

property. ( Cloud i ifr company with Miss May Anderson : 'Obtainable at the Lowest Price? Then phone us your. wants 1

----- --- MiSs.,Isabella Anderson and Mr. : and we assure you that satisfaction will. be yiors.
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St. Cloud the rapidly growing little
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Earl Minx The little party drove over ,
J We pay 4 per cent in Savings Dept. colony in Osceola county will have am- from Kissiromee in the early morningand KISSIMMEE DRUG '

pie church opportunities if the members remained until after the ball fame. CO.
4 Safe Deposit Boxes for Rent. of the different denominations take advantage : j: Phone 41 '
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of the offers of the Seminole ,
a Large desk at this office .. I
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4,000 $.1 ,008
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Property: on. . ,, ; .. .
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1 frontage, and is adapted to the growing of all ,kinds of fruits and vegetables. It joins{ I

'; : ... .Hammockand property both'the north and south that is now selling at from $50. to $150 ,per/icre, r

__ and it will not be long before every acre will be in cultivation. V '.
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i i V ,It has 50 acres highly improved with a 15 acre grove of oranges, grapefruit _.,.

and tangerines, 3 flowing Wells, one 5-room house, one 8-room house and four barns, V I

all in a good state of repair. . '''' j .
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Railroad"n ns,directly through'the property, which gives itjhe best, of transportation .

< as. products of.any part of the place can also brought to Kissimmee by boat. growingCelery

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WRITE TO OR ;, CALL ON Lettuce
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GEORGE ed on hundredsof acres of groves treatd -
SAUNDERS Summer P
Pruning W
in this way under the direction of -1
Experiment Station workers have /

Boat BuilderHIGH I I For Wijliertip proved. the effectiveness' of this treatment i AMERICAN 0 (

Different results of the attack of the
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GRAPE
withertip fungus are seen at other sea
Wit hf'rtiJl is one of the worst fungus
MOTOR BOATS. SAIL HIT p O .sons of the year. They vary accordingto
diseases of citrus tree in Florida. In
AND HOUSE BOATS I weather conditions and the part of .
the Humm.'rrI"'I'S affected by it may FENCE
the affected, and need
REPAIRING A SPECIALTY I the tree different
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distmifuislied by Yl'lIowinand/
treatment home of these effects of CIDSV
for a h.i of leaves
IRsrre..et.tJv. fallup! ] on certain branches.
Iff I the, disease m in an active condition, the diKea are: (n) dropping of bloom; I ;I
Marine Engine I the bare limbo from which the leavenhave ((2))' browning of tender leaves; ((3)) I caI l
i recently fallen will be tlee'n'to be brown spotting of older leaves; ((4))..I -' --
I spotting of fruit (anthracnose); ((5)) I 'CI
Thl Wtrldi Standard Z.CrCIlIl.ter l gradually dying back, suggestive;( of I
J tear-staining of fruit; and ((6) yellow ---- V.:
slow The inside hark and
\ I' poisoning. :
and of l leaves and =:I .i.iR
ing dropping killing
i. Pumping Engines Irrigation Plants, cambium, nearer the body of the tree - -
I than the part already killed will be abnormally back of brandies-II. S. Fawcett in

.1, C. A. t, Aa>OV:- Presjdeot is'. <;, UKYA.V/ SI:CRETAaIThe' I yellow, and n6roetimes the Press Bulletin Station.151, Fla.. Agricultural .C't_ t
.. limbs will be considerably stained. The Experiment . : :::: ., '
I calyxes and l pedunclen of fruit dropped Theater Ticket In Berlin t '"' cc Q, _4i
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Waters & Carson in the spring turn brown; and under Several theaters in Berlin are accus -
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the hand lens show small raised points..' tomed tq sell tickets In a curious man ,MADE BY +..n Vr. .. 1 I
f It is of the highest} importance In ner." At the entrance to'each place of

pruning for withertip to cat out so entertainment that follows tbl.course AmericanSteel
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Grocery Company are two urns one for the useVr thou
\t much of Ore( wood as to get rid. not only .
I, of the bare hrancheH, hut also of all I desiring single tickets the oilier fdj- Wire Co. ;' I
the use of hose I wishing seats for ---
[theanchpH that show even a slight '
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: two. Every playgoer no matter In
Wholesale and Retail Dealers
inGROCERIES [Isign of the diMcase. In of .
severe casts what part or the house be may even. A Bound, substantial;' enduring ,
I there in addition to fence built on elastic hineed-joiat '
withertip are Ket'n. tually find himself, pays the seine /
; bare branchen, many limbs on which price, which Is usually small Those RnBClple-the most scientific\ prac .
tical and fence
perfect principle
the yellowish leaven are about to fall. who are lucky draw good seats. Those known. It yields to great and Hidden _-
Close examination will show that the I who are 'lesn fortunate have to content pressure but returns again to the -- .
\ disease ill slowly making its way back tbemseh with the Inferior seats original( shape. =:I
-Detroit News.Tribune, and '";
and poisoning these limbs. This poisoning : Thoroughly galvanized protected C":)
t .. I against weather.
may start from an infection at the CD
; WE S LL WE BUY tip, or from an infection on a side' 1 I Florida Maps. ron sALt snr | Il' '-t
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''t I branch lower down, from which the Upon receipt of 25 cents at the Valley

HAY HIDES I| poisonous effect has spread to the main Gazette office a pocket map of Florida Osceola Jlardware Co.

GRAIN limp. Sometimes only one side of a will be mailed to any address in the
fU.RS"FERTfUZERS' 'Itree, or only one branch ill severely United States. We can also furnish

I affected; while the remaining pars of"'maps of Osceola county at $1 each, and .
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) WOOL j the tree is uninjured, The distance to will be glad to estimate on sectional mapsof .
SHINGLES which the disease has' progressed can kind. '

1. d ORANGE BOXES., AND I I frequently be seen by the presence of any -- -- .......... :..........>++
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new shoots with a sickly yellow color. I
ALL EMIL I MACH --- ERNEST .1'
"t ORANGE WRAPS Frequently, leaves fall from such Never Fail -
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; ', They Act St.adard 011 Co,
COUNTRYPRODUCE shoots before they are half grown,
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x. VEGETABjAECRATES I '
leaving the bare young shoots to dry II : T __ MACK: BIROS-
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s CRATE NAILS up. Whatever may be the conditions, That t* What They Say About Them i Z
I it is important to get rid of all these
r I poisoned limbs. To prune halfheartedly i in Klssltnmee. and It \8 There- : Livery, Feed and ,Sale Stable w

:'. We sell field and garden seeds or all kinds. usually makes matters worse, rather fore Reliable Agt. International l Harvesting Co. V

We give special attention to fitting out hunting and camping than better. When pruning care should : Another proof, more evidence Kis : K '
parties. be taken to make smooth cute, usuallyat I.' .A.LLo KINaS EASY H.A.VLZNCi.: :
simmee testimony to swell the long
the base of a branch pr limb, so as
Free delivery in city limits. Phone No. 12.we list of local who'endorse the old
: people
rertilizars. Ask for circular not to leave any projecting' stubs. This I Everything new and fi st.<:Ia.ss. We render prompt and 11, .
.. are county agents for good us Quaker remedv, Doan's Kidney Pills. '
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-- and prices on fertilizer. precaution should be rigidly carried outbecause I Read this convincing endorsement of satisfactory service; day'or nigtit . '
-T infection i in, these stubs is almost S
that remarkable preparation: ONE HALF BLOCK FROM PASSENGER DEPOT
certain to occur when. the wither- I txy <
'- tocoooooooDO. oooDOeoaooocxxonoctoaC. 1 tip fungus is present. After pruning, Mrs. M. L. Outlaw, P. O. Box No.' :: Kissimmee, Fla. -Phone 113 : Vi-
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A. CARSON.President J. A. CRANFORD Vlee---Id..nL 3 L. LUPF Sveratir\;R. paint bolineum the,larger pine tar cut, or surfaces' grafting with wax/car- greatly Pills, and benefited out of gratitude by Doan's I recommend Kidney I ..........................

The grove should be given unusualcare them to anyone suffering from kidney 1V4j
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after a severe pruning of this trouble. I was a victim of this com-
plaint tor some time, the principal
kind. It should be well fertilized witha
back and
symptoms being pains in my
KISSIMMEE LUMBER CO. well proportioned\ formula so as to through my kidneys. I could not rest

bring about a vigorous, healthy growth well and in the morning my back was New Shoe Store t
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and to render the trees resistant to so lame that I could. hardly commencethe
day's work. The kidney secretions
t en further attacks of the fungus. were unnatural giving; conclusive .
Summer pruning for wlthertlp should .proof that my kidneys were disordered.I -
P ugh and Dressed be done in July. It ill important not to I several remedies but they failedto Ladies'' Gent's' and Children's' Shoes
of Doan's
,I 'delay the work beyond\ this date. Do help me. Reading Kidney I
Pills, I decided to try them, and procured .
I not prune white new growth is putting a box from Kissimmee Drug Co. HIGH GRADE AND! UP-TO-DATE
Pine Lumber. put vigorously for this\ is almost sure They soon freed me from pain, strengthened -
to result in injury rattier than benefit. my kidneys and regulated the passages -\ 4
e begin the work atonce, and do not of the kidney secretions" See lad You:1: MARSH,, & WHIDDEN S
For sale by all dealers. Price 50 eta.
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consider the looks of thy trees but take Foster-Mtlburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y.,sole I 4
' HOUSE BILLS A SPECIALTY *- out everything that shows the presence agents for the United States. I STATE BANK BUILDII&rJ1 ;
of the disease. Remember the name-Doan's:....and
aooooooeooooooooooooooooooooooooooori The beneficial results Already obtain take no other. .

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When your brain la fiercely frying :- SOCIETY HAPPENINGS .

i T PUBLISHED EVERT,FRED AT. And you sizzle] o'er your work,. -

Office in Valley Gazette Building.' Interesting Items from: the Little Can they' blame you,' can they shame TO SPEND MONEY-

K1B81JIMEE. OBCaOTLA OOUNTT.TLA. Colony Across the Lake.. t ft 'you j .:, MISS INEZ CARSON Society Editpr" I .
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W. tl. HARRIS, Baiter e.d,, Prop'r.', Thai latest addition to .our thriving y. Telegram AM aot..int; in*o IwrwiU be:;;:...... Fho M No:47 ,

."4 J. TRlPtETiV" Associate i Editor. colony is Mr"E:E.-Fairbanka of Carson i _J JI_._ ...:.,. M,.- .', - .- ..- ..-. -1 ? _,._. *__rf__11 "
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/-La. Mf...Faitbanke'has'purchaseta..t5act When < ]1c1 has If: You Are Seeking Greatest
a//summer c > gripped],you,
/ Last Monday a 4th of July picnic was Miss Madge Buckvls: is the charming )
Lake Shore *.
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SUBSCRIPTION KATESf ; your bead ftt\f\ like a drum, I
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given at Southport It was enjoyedby ,I guest x>f her cousin, Miss Lucy ,
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,1100 making preparations to his residence Gain
,0.OMCOPT.OIM._..... :resr nth"..".....".y. ......... "....... to begin Can..they blame., you. ,' .can' they shame, a crowd of jolly young people, who ,
at 'once, Mr. Fairbanks and' you, had a t"den&htful timer They 'went Mrs Anderson, of Plant City, is visiting .

All'.amnanlectlalw'ron our author daughters will Join Mr_Fairbanks asoon : luo 'ie glum.gluirlglumL In a large covered barge being towed Mills.ClU'rolJ at her lovely home "
red oomvondlUjxtod t*.mart be signed. by tk.writer ht his residence : '" by.the' Linda.- -They had dinner: on Mr... at.Carroll'sstill... _. '
.i oMtt _. will not b* returned......, as !gets completed.We Birmingham Age., ierald. Lee's lovely place. [They encountereda DO-rtOrSEND' IT TO THE- PITY "
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.u.s t. are glad to welcome these peopleto storm on the lake home, but ;
Doming -
When, ,the per plratlJ1'. dripping I Miss Kloise: Moon has gone toFortMeade / '. "
ou'r trust ,
and will the rain didn't daze their 1 "
at community) we pe/ spirits ; '
E..wN.t ,
t1le Pc.toak. li t3:Wdmm..11.
M for short visit with her Bister- -
And collar a (
y t..s m.u mat* __ have Others like them at no distant your (Io a muss, any.- Mrs. Ingram* / Mr. and Mrs. i in-Iaw Mrs. T.-Uwton-Moon-- : ..::... ;jjI
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L =--r: Can they blame can they..shame Paxton were the ch: Those \
date. .. you emnee i I Whsno It Cemea ... N. .. Aeala! 1I

C Friday. July 8, 1910. I The activity in clearing land and makng you, who Berta-Bryan enjoyed thia-outing Katherme e Burns were ,Misses Kathleen Mr. Billie Mackinson. in at home from I Help Y.ur Neighbor In His Strivind. ,,

t ., T .. ) preparations fn general for the fall If you .cuss, cuss, cuesNpsh'yille? .Peacock, Kate f O'Berry, Mae Pierce Business College in Philadelphia I beet Yeur T w;' and Ds Y.ur :...,.

Jeff/ also fought.If seaSon has not abated' with the rain.The American" Graves, Virginia Tille Rachel Leake, He is being very -nthusiastioal.ly welcomed Life Will Take on Brighter., : e.I..... )) i.
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.. Belle Beard
Maude Thom- :
I I Kissimmee Valley Land Co. has If the bill collector's at you Margerie I Living Havs a Higher Zest.
aeon, Louise Thomason, Grace Talley,
hands at work and is With his crabbed look of doubt Miss Mary Roberts left Friday night / .
e If you haven't something better to several looking Ruth Butler Conie Miller, Mary Car. made U Jim Billion U your neighbor and, I Ia
4. offer/ don't attempt to tear down the :,for other Mr. Noland is also looking Can they blame yot'can they shame son, Annie !t. Carson I Messrs. Charles for warm home friends in Georgia.during her She stay here,many who r good, bardworldBf, man; if be doe.
for labor to augment his force.. Mr. Moon, Beauchamp, S effee, Billie Mak-
other fellow's proposition- especially you inson, Edgar Katt;, Jta Butler, Vern..r ,I will miss her very;Jnuch.Mra. blsj beat to lire bar on an boneat, op.rJKnt ./ '
+L when it has to--1o with building up your Freeman is gettingtwenty acres If.you're; out o\\i, outThomasville ? Ellis, Albert Bearden, Albert Parker, 'I plan; U bU,wlfe and joura 4"'

r town and ready forj rapefruit this fall. (Ga.) Titties- Enterprise George Parker. Russell Cole. |( Wray at Loughman, gave a and his lads play with yow .
cCluntf'x Tuesday for Miss friendly
Mr. Lewis Seaman has finished little party night
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setting out five additional in When you're living Kissimmee, Miss Katherine Burns came up, from i Burns, who was such an attractive visitor boys 'don't you think yon ought to-
From ;years of close observation we I acrea Where the constant breezes clay? Loughman's Tor the picnic on Monday. II' in town Monday. Those who Went kelp bJm through the world' turmoil .
44 have discovered that the fellow who grapefruit. This is to augment the Can they'blame you, Can they shame While here she was the fluent of Miss from here were: Misses Berta Bryan, and notes

kick. the hardest against the city or large bearing grove already there and you, Berta Bryan. The many 'friends she I I(I Ruth Thomas, Elmer Smith; Messrs. I If fee's flzed it up to ere yon with-
I which has made' such a reputation on made in this short stay will. l>.. glad to i Howard( Kali, Edgar: ; Katz. Woodfin '
making appropriations for pub- If at.Pinedale... v, it Ala ..
county the market. for the excellence of its you stay, stay, y? see her back Tor a longer visit. :I Carson. Ole foods that you require; "- -
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lit i the least amount === r2:: : = =
I improvements pays I price are bat fair ones and an hot a

y of taxes. ._ I f fruit. ', penny higher tbau the price la thecity

Mr. C. E. Moore I Is expected back An Eiglrt Room Colonial. | do yon think It'. fair to him,to

The Tampa Tribune stenographerwhen I from St. Petersburg within-a short The logical place for combinationcity I* sending out of town for rood In.

asked what she would do for a while. Mr. Wm. Moore has been car- and country homes. beautifulPintdale '1 Jim?
stead of helping -
"chan e" this said she had J because it ia! clone to
summer, ing for the grove in the absence of his enough. IX n't fcnow-tbe trade that stays
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been thinking. of moving her desk to I the city to afford convenience Design 822.: by Glenn L. Saxfon. Architect ? ,
brother and now has it looking as well every I berg U the thing that helps the town.

another Corner. oi the office. Hasn'tI' !, as any-two-year" grove in the state. school and church privileges, yet outside I I pail tbe taxes and expenses, keep

K I'' that poor girl any dean clothes? Mr. G. G Miller of Los Angeles, city limits, where freedom of v$ 9. 'Y F.,rile ]j the cost of tiring down Think It

tt --- __ -=-= life be A fiveor i turn It over In your own fair
enjoyed.
:$' : -'-" Cal. was a visitor this week with the country may | over

g jr Next Monday night i is the time for the view of becoming a resident. Mr. Miller ten acre tract will furnish ampleI I i retsonlDg mind and If tempted to

r' regular semi-monthly meeting of the is well pleated with the location. i I room for a nice small) grove, pasture I trade elsewhere, wby; Lost put the t
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1 ., Board of Trade If you love your town The immunity from frost especially appeals land truck patch, h Ritle" splendid place .4' ,(a |I thought Help the behind town! that, you reside In!

well enough to want to see it grow until to him. i for raising chickens. A number of TnI .
Thus la your plain duty lJ own.
I it becomes the largest' inland city in The writer enjoyed a visit to the good citizens are brbparing homes, in I I big city doesn't need you half aa much

Florida, you will attend. If yoq want county farm' one day: this week: Mr. this addition, considering/ its healthful |I.' dxiea your own. Join tile booster".

9 to see it take a running jump backwards Tyson tile efficient manager, has an location, good drainage and splendid [club and belp ua build It op and make

just stay away, aa you have excellently: kept grove ihat is well soil for growflig/: Citrus fruits it in a CL ''A min I III grow. All It Deed la Iota of worker -

c'' '.i been doing for the past four or five fruited with a new crop. We were also 1]! prime investment, either. for a home or who will give It half a bow.

b S months. The question is to you to settle treated to same of last! year's crop that I for profits from natural increase of Keep your cub a-clrculaUng: wbere

Mr. Citizen. i* yet on the trees and is in splendid prices. it brings tbe beat return (that unless
have enough of It to throw awayor
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1-- burn), for the dollar in tbe hometown
of evolution backwards It also] call in good 1 demand, and can be disposed -
f By a process was juur pleasirrc--to- : on It the oue tbat doe th-j work.
i I prize fighting has taken a good start on Mr. Swindler, who is managing the of at any tini at good priers.' while the"one that's Bent -wayfrom

a the downward "soapy chute." To add Franklin groves. Mr. Swindler's skillas Let UK show you What a nice view of 'i -... there la nothing but a shirk.:

another link and keep the thing movinga a farmer m very apparent in the the city of Kissimrfipe you have from Yes. the catalogue's enticing tbat

a monster gorilla should now be care- crops he has coming on and the fine the favored locations. of this tract of ) mall order houses send but :you'll find

fully selected from the Jungle; and pitted : condition they are in. He has just land. It ia being bought up by a fir.t- -it -' fa there's nothing really cheap about It

against Johnson. To our minds the, cause to be proud .of the fine showinghe class. citizenship, ahd will l>e an excellent ',. 1. In tbe end. Tbe closer that the dollar
T I ticks tbe farther will It go. JOlt try
community to live in. "
match would not be more incongrudus making. Correspondent. -
It borne and fire
spending at your
-than the white man and negro. After - - 2ft-tf Nelson Kealty Company.
merchant friend a bow.
all it is only brute against brute, and
The Nine Kings. Enforce the Ordinances Every bit you belp your neighbor
l'I the same kind of superiority would be takes the burden off your back:, for It
Nine monarch followed
in the gloom
demonstrated in. both instances. ,I Editor Valley Gazette: helps him to repay In kind, when your
I when Edward journeyed to the tomb
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nine monarchs walked, aa in a drenm-
West Florida watermelons are as red your last issue on 'Kissimme Needs. '.- business say I UK "howdy do" by mall .
enough to make., baseball team-and PERISPJjC'rIVE'IEWJI'UOJJ A I'lJOTOOltAI'U. who can't with
tbe
to man
repay you
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inside aa a bandanna hannkerchief; as I me we
cast upon King Edward's bier the futile a smile for every sale.
juicy. a sponge soaked in water during need very much i is the. enforcement of
tritute of a tear. And at his task the I When you're tempted by the bar ,
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',., an entire Republican administration the ordinances. Hog are being kept
sexton sings (the man who digs the gains that are spread out to your
that within the city limits, much to the disgust r'pRC" BALCONY
1 -and seems awfully long--as
graves for kings) : "Nine monarchs, in ( view and It seem so very easy Justto
sweet as the nectar on the lips of the of every one but Chose who keepI I l "s nd your order through" take a
their brave Edward's
array are bending over -
I sweet girl graduate, pure as a sunbeam, clay; and does the silent sovereign -I them. The country i is the place for a II [Ma'Y minute to consider If your neighbor

I and aa healthful as the eool water that hog ranch, and those who keep them in I aRCNI'/. oz.sr CHAMIIl.Q t'UlJlCltell the same goods or Just aa
care, pr does he know that they rl uy'I
flows from the spring on the hillside. town should not t>e allowed to inflict olio 1 good ones for a price that ,suits alI
are there | And can the tears of monarchs I .t uaI -
Moreover, the size of the melons runs such a nuisance upon others. It is a I ewteterR I 9rell
nine make those dim eyes of Edward's uo sno "Booster elubs" tire all the ""o"
from,hat of the half bushel measure.to menace to health and anything but '
shine? And if they give their rANtltyw now In the towns throughout the laud
the but of the Eskimo.-Pensacola ple8 111rLbq: eathytWbat-e I
nine commands can_,they...bring ..lifIL.1o. !! 4B Journal. What a tame descriptionDfa.watermelorij done about it? uo c.a .., hand.
-those-cotd hands? Can all their armies for the willing working Why.

lp .t buT tii editor' was not and their ships bring laughter to those A LuW., ", Abiding' Citizen ao + there's nothing half ao lifting, halt !so
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t p writing' of the kind we raise (in Kieslmrace. fipM fit' all helpful or so' strong a* the hand of
dead white lips Can'their nine crowns W. W, Flournoy, of DePuniak, is a RrCR w41 I CMvatR' CWWaRVaT
'C'VIIIC'O' him who's willing td assist hts town
r= r i and scepters nine,bring to the dead.the man with practical public spirit He along! < CHARLES N.. LURIB. ' ; '
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:, The County Commissioners have forseveral life divine? Pauper. at ,a pauper's agrees: if an election; is held for a'gOOd :. )

months been considering the grave, who claw their rags 'and weep roads bond issue and it goes against; the With th. Ey. of Faith.

cost and expense of building brick and rave, can do aa much to help the proposition, to pay all) the exp 'nBelt of *T>r. Fourthly don't you beliefs the

''ii roada nine feet broad on the main dead as those nine kings at Edward's the election. If the people don't take t"IAZZA ROOT time 'is comlu;: when the rewords shall
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-' highway of 'the county. After du. bedWalt Mason. up that proposition, they are a lot of I be beaten lulu |,ilu" simreo and the

t Y consideration by the board, in session chumps Tampa Tribune. A patriotic spears luto l pruning books and moo

at the court house today, unanimously Our ServicesOur citizen; but why should. the uurderr-be I' shall learn war BO wore?" ,

] resolution calling electionto on him? An election ot that character FIRST FLOOR PLAN. SECOND FLOOR PLAN. "Jnd ed 1 dl). Brother Mills*p."
passed a an equipment for the protection and

be held von October l5th, next, to safe-guarding of money and our facilities is of as much importance to the countyas Here Is a house of tile colonial style of architecture, a style that wIll-net'ei "But when?' ,

decide the question if such roads shall for the transaction of financial any other kind, and if the people are become'out of date. This borne Is complete Ih: every detail and comprises eight I "About tbe time when that other

be put down under a bond issue to run matters are'respectfully offered to the not public spirited enough to want good large rooms. There Is a full l basement Tbe first story Is nine feet six liu-lim prophecy Is fulfilled And then shall

Sot fifty years, the question to be decid- people of this community, with the full roads, the expense should, not fall on high and tbe secfcnd story nine feet First story'flnisJlcd, In tin b. second "tc' the end conic' "--Chicago Tribune.

anyone man. In pine to paint with lire!) or maple floors throughout both. Size" thlrt.--twt ,
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1 bv the voters of the county. Delegations assurance that any trust given to this Th... Days.
from Sanford and other precincts , bank will be handled in a safe and fair- Old cari wide and twenty-seven and a-half feet deep-over the wulu pan. Com in "Thai maii looks like a pirate.
papers t>e bought at this office i
build, exclusive"} of heating and plumbing) S4.2QO. "
in the county were pesent and minded manner. 1 at2Ocenteperhundred.( Just what I I "Ue IB.
you
faily endorsed the holding oi such an 1 Your account will be appreciated.State I need to put under your carpets, matting By special arraiicedient with me the editor of this paper 'ulll furnish I'I, "Wllat! You) don't mean It?"

election.-Orlando] - Reporter-Star. Bank of Kissimmee. etc. complete set of plans and specifications for design No. 822 for $30. "- "Well, be run! a meat market"t

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Lfl I BUY' ., We, want you to read this carefully "





A" People ore just waking up to the fact.that the 'Ki Himmee Prairie is' a storehouse of wealth It will


". give generously to the man who will/ expend a little energy and a little intelligent labor, on it. ,


\ Where on earth 'can a man find an ideal] climate, such as we have in the Kissimmee Valley, in con

iL Home bination with a rich boil that will, .yield him from $+100 to $200 ',per acre per year, and yet I buy both soil.


and climptor ONLY $20.00 PER ACRE. I .


FT.1 That is what' we are really selling in Florida, soil and climate., Without the climate the soil could

on the not, produce so abundantly, and on any other soil the climate could not be so beneficial.And ;; .


then think of living in a climate wlier
there is no coal to buy or chilly raw weather to endure. Get away from these things. What is the use

BeautifulKissimmee of enduring them when if Isn't necessary


COME TO FLORIDA AND BUY INDEPENDENCE AND THE JOY OF LIFE FOR $400.00, $20 down

and $20 per month. You will get TWENTY-ACRES OF FLORIDA SOIL AND FLORIDA CLIMATE INTO

THE BARGAIN. '

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Get busy. Do it now. The early bird not only catches the worm, but has the pick of the supply of .

Y .i, worms as well. Our best tracts. are closest: to town site and the early buyer gets the best location.




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Tb6 KisslmmecfVaIIcu atett6TtlPHoN : Candied'pickles? 15c 1J>."at Hienwyer- Mr. John A. Blackwell of Ashton was Capt.- and ,Mr.. Hunter spent- 'last,', W. ."-.'
Mr. ; 'Ot ,
hoax.In T. w: Jackson.; Pitt-burr
,Wiley'; I 28-tf .in thf city Tuesday, :Sunday at St. C1 lld.. Mr., Byron Eo/ week from llowebtu.eticoo Pa. arrived In the dty< tU IJ. .week :and /

.. "0.; .t.: FtBuyyouc ihoei from ,XL, .8. Gilbert:i Dr.; M. J. Hick made a.business'trip Whit, representative of the Scminol .f the county where they have been ha been looting overour city and' 1' ?
"' (, low rice.. 26tf! to Lakeland Land: and Investment Cocaine,. and spending several weeks Mr. Oliver being country. He has visited other portion: .
Wednesday night
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accompanied them out in the compn-. engaged! In surveying out the hun of thestall..bat. section
has Men no _.
li 'PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY, Photo* in all the latest styles madeat Born, to Mr. and' Mrs W. B. Harrison ny'j, auto.. dred-thouMuid-acr: tract of the Hunter which be thjnlu. Ajual this,. and Jt .U .

-BYWeather-. Wilder' studio.. 26-tf. Wednesday,_July,6tn, a daughter.,- G. P.<, Carrwtt, manager, 6f- the O*> Oliver Land Co.states into that twenty-acre it will take tract him Mr. probable that lie will make some investments :
1'lRi"s..eiaKw.e'.aar. -. Go & J. M. Post to' 'ceola Abstract Co. of Kissimmee an. her*' before leaving. : Mr. e
B was
w. : get your jewelry ,
other
Mr. Louisiana of month to the
, ... watches and clocksrepaired23tf < TltUivillg, was a In the city complete job. Jackson formed a favorabl.'opialon ofour ; 4
yesterday circulating
visitor this week, calling on his friend among .
city throat .reading the Valley
,"' For Sal.-.Good: No. 8 cook stove; will here and Whlttier.. his many Business a friends.a Mr. Garrett'paid call' ;Mm.:O.:.:K. Crawford of Tampa, who Gazette peforaeoming.ou4i. : ,'
Thejribuno pleasant
sell cheap.\ 8.' W.. 28-tf ChUholm left very ! has been visiting her sister, Mr. E. A. '
Downing: Rev. and Mr*. A. M. and left IT number. of orders for' the I' and 1 '
: Report k Gilbert tcelved a telegram Wednesday Capt. ra. $. G. Cones ftid
Hay you seen the '"limit"'. "Walk- last Texas.Saturday for a two. month. visitin Tribune.-Tampa. Tribune. . conveying; the tad intelligence that their two'sons. Leo"and Tracy returned ,

Over*", just arrived at C. .W. Dann'.. : Rev. B. H. Guy requests "u* to announce . her husband 0 K. Crawford, had died home-Tuesday from-: their ommer '" ,,
at Lie home in that' outing. Mr*. Canova'Uld.. the 'boy . "-
suddenly
Mr*. Ada M, Jones and Mis Helen that special 'dedication services
thejdaily ternperatures -;
r Following are I 5) or 6 dose "666" will cure any ewe returned to Tampa on .the,aftternoon. visited relatives at Green'Cove Spring, 'i
are on -vrisit to Mrs. Leon Hbbat will be held at Pegborn'church the first f
'_ and precipitation: a* of Chill and Fever. Price Zile..''-'U-6mo- Bartow. ,- ;' Sunday August. SerViee both morn- train accompanied by Mrs. Gilbert.: while the Captain extended his trip; '; '. ;:

; ,reported by", the Governmenf'station .. Prentis sells\ Kimball and '' lag and afternoon, and dinner:\ will be -'Mr. 'Cottrell o'f .Gee' further north taking,In Washington' ; ,
piano 14: ]
Kissimmee. 'for' the organs. Willie Mak'insvin has returned bona served the .' AU invited ; J. Leno5r. N. D. C., and other pla e* of Interest. : \
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.. at ''"Je*'him .The. Home Store, from Philadelphia! Pa:, where he took; to come and bring baskets. "baa been in the'city this week prospecting They all enjoyed the change'.and but for ._.._.. ,. ''
l Week ending, July, 1910. 21.tf t,_ [, r a coure';in. Pierce'., Business College.; for a location He ha*.been receiving the beat would have bad a ,delightful 'r ,m'' t .
...... List your pioperty' with R. D. Waring < Mr.: /and Mrs. J.' C. Bonsbire,-"Frank the Valley Gazette for some week ,, trip. Both Captain and Mrs. Conora t ::''.
: MAX AIM & Co for quick sale at- State Bank Mr., S.ili; ....Story and two daughter GrubMv J6hft Hark in* apd Jacob HankIe and state that he ha not found. this art agreed' that for real comfort inirnmer
Friday. .'. , 90 74 .54 building 23-tf .pent a few day. with relative at-Bra-> of Newark. Ohio. 'Mr. and Mr. section. overdrawn,,"" in the ,paper. 4In .o there i* no place like KisalraMr . ;,""
,dentown this week. Pttgh of Indiana and Wm. Silcox of fact, h* aay the country I I. much better . nee. ',
.; 9? 71 1.90 .
: Saturday. Did you leave your curls on the Sugar -. Steubenvjlld, Ohio, arrived in the city than be expected to find 'it. '
'1 Sunday. . . 93 70( .80 Belt Thursday Annie Moore ha The Kiaiimmee Cornet Band furnish' last Wednesday and for \ C. L. Biffwell of the firm of C.. 1
them ed music for St. Cloud.. Fourth; of July are stopping a Attention i i. called to the advertisement : & Co. Jacksonville'
r' Monday . 94 71 1.39 yet. __ 28-lt few day with Dr.. and Mrs.. F. G. iTiomason. L, Bagwell .
elebratioo. in this issue of the Chattanooga) bond broker, who in conjunction with
Tuesday. . . 93 72 33 Don't fail to call at Wilder'. studio Sewer Pipe and Fire Brick Co. This the Citizens Bank of Kiasimmee. were '
Wednesday. 94 73 . and,see hi. work and get price '. All : Capt, and Mr*. T. A. Bass, Jr., of On account of the Illness of one of company, manufactures all kind' of the lowest bidder/'for this city I waterwork "

Thursday . 94 74 . work guaranteed 26-tf. Fort Myers arrived in the city last week' the manager, nd moving pictures; were drainage and irrigation"tiling which* and sewerage bond, i, met
.on' a visit to relative shown at the Electric Theatre last so, much in demand in this suction just I. with the City council last evening" and
Grapes 25c basket, LeConte pear number of 'citizen sent evening.and quite a number of the patrons now, and it will pay any of our trucker tated that, the purchaser would be .,... '
25c basket Quite our
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the fourth at St.. Cloud enjoying the of that popular resort were disappointed ready over money e
at Niemeyer & "Wiley's 28-tf
wwwva"" ''Y" hospitality of the old soldiers colony. He hat fully recovered row, I to communicate with this firm. bonti about August let. Mr. Bagwell
at W'atf'd-SeveraJ;; men to clear land however, and a good 'performance is paM City Clerlf J. R. Gilbert who fur
i J. E. MATTOCKS I Misses Essie and Grace Winn after, billed for.thla evening. Mr. -E. W.' Bowen' returned to his nianed' the detailed information, on .".
THE LOCAL HELD. 26.3at Kiss Valley Land Co. ol'ee- : a few weeks visit to friend in Bartowand home at Delphi. Ind., yesterday after which the bond were accepted, a very _
.. vicinity, returned home-yesterday:' W* are pleased to note that Col.) P.- Canal two week at- his place at high compliment on the thorough and ,.
i You wont'know what a pretty baby A. Van Agnew who has been confined creek. Mr. Bowen U highly comprehensive manner in which his
i you have until you have it*>> photo madeat Miss Debbie Prescott went tq San- to his bed for the past three or four pleased with the progress of his experiments data was prepared. .
....-__ _""'V' '" ''''' Wilder's studio 26-tf ford today to attend to some of her week. suffering from the after effectsof >> in growing feed.tuffsand states -- -
father' business. typhoid fever is now steadily .improving that the ten fine rams, which he shipped "
Wade, the tuner. Orlando. For Rent-Several nice office roomsin and will be out in a few days, here a few week ago to cross: We Can Sell Your Property;: ".
Fraternity Hall. Apply to C W. Mrs. M, J. Hicks, Mrs Pearce and though the doctor Bay it will be necessary with his flock of native sheep, are..look;-
Picture framed ai the Home Store. Dann, Secretary 27-tf little Miss Lucy Pearce will leave to- for him to use crutches for some ing fine. He will return again In the List your property with u* for quick "
jnorrow for an opting at Coronado 'time, fall. action. We have the clientage\ and can
R9 nant.>> nowon sale at C.W. Dann's. H. M.. Breaker: has the best proposition Beach. i> sell any property of merit at its value
ever put on the market. in Honda Mr. Johanna Hays, whose home was Rev Bunyan: Stephen, pastor of the We the
Remnants> in lace and embroidery at -4,000 acres of muck, hammock and i County Treasurer B. C. Miller and in Tampa, died at the residence of her Baptist church, left Thursday for Dy- if listed with us. spend moneyto "
C. W.. Dann'.. 27-tf pine land at $25 per acre.; 28-tf family let[ \ edne day for Hendeison-' daughter, Mrs. S. J. Barber, al Boggy ersburg. Tenn., where he 'will preach get' the people here and that sell to s.'
ville, N. )C.J) to spend the remainder of Creek ,last Wednesday night, and was Sunday. On account of. his absence them if your prices are right and your . :.
t Dwelling, for rent, apply to M. Til- Have you heard about that candy in the summer buried in the Cemetery at that place on there will be no preaching at the Bap- property "desirable. Come list your '
ler. the new City Fruit Store Try It. 15c Thursday Mrs Hays was brought to tist church. The Sunday school will. ,
a lb., 2 for 25c I was surprised too. H. D. /Geiger, KiBBimmee's new attorney the home of her daughter about five meet a* usual, at 9:45. Mr. Stephens property now. :- e
For fresh fish, phone the Rull Bass 25-tf , returhed from Apopka yesterday weeks ago suffering with consumption will return next Wednesday and asks .28-tf Nelson Realty Co.
Market, No 189. 19tfMeC.II' cabinets and I and/is now ready for business at in the hope that the change might be for a large congregation on Thursday --- ------ .
Office fixtures, filing ; his in the State Bank building.The _TIle finest colony proposition ever
at' of all kinds Yaw- offices beneficial to her.h..alth. evee4gg at the prayer service. (
patterns and publication labor saving devices offered the public. H. M. Breaker.
25tf I man & Erbe make. See Prentis at the David D. Kidd will hold
A. 8. GIIl.>ert'8. Home. Store tf servicWo n.in the Episcopal church on Mr W. S. Alyea and son William, H: D: Geiger, of Apopka, looked in Kissimmee, has it and will tell you
/ about It for the asking. 28-tf
For dressed poultry phone the Rull next. Morning prayer,*sermon spent Tuesday in- Tampa Mr. Alyea upon us during this week. He is nowa
Basil Market No 189. ,. ltf .Sewing Machines-Agency for Singer ,! and Sunday Holy Communion at 11 o'clock. will leave on Monday for Atchison, full fledged attorney at law, with di- ---
machine Cash or on easV' payment. Kan. accompanied by hia son anddaughter plomas from the law department of Large desk blotters for sale at this _
Agency of the White Star Laundry tIOO: : per month. Machines rented Mr and Mr. R. S. Floyd are visiting who have been 'spendingthe Wake Forest College, N. C., the Su- office for 10 cent ,-
at the Home Store, Phone 164. 21-tf The Home Store. re1atiyesand. friends in Savannah and past three weeks here with their preme Court of North Carolina and the
Taylo 's Creek, Ga.:, and will be absent father: The children are perfectly Supreme Court of Florida. It gives -- --- ---
Mutton, fresh, fat and fine, at the 'Florida Schools for Florida Teachers from ithe city for some day lighted with our town, and are very us much pleasure to note the above and Old papers far{ sale at this office.
Rull Bass Market, phone 189. 19-tf J feel me find you one for coming term. anxious for their,Barents, Mr and Mrs congratulations' are in order:. -Orange! '
'HERB'ERT A- SPEIR. "W understand Mr R.-B Savage is. Alyea, to make this place their; homein County Citizen. Dissolution of Partnership ii :.. '
Spend your cash with us and get a 126 t Sept 1 Marianna, )Fla. thinning of erecting a concrete stone future. .
set of dishes free A. S. Gilbert. 2Ctf hotel on his lot between Makinson's A storm which almost assumed cyclonic Th pu-tMrahlp twih>for<.cxUUn bet_.. iI. '
An intelligent person may earn $100 stor and the railroad. T. L. Marquis Jr., aged 19, and Miss proportions, but of only a few B.aehun and. W. U N'.n Duaor.doles txulMM M .
Coupons given with every flash purchase I monthly corresponding for newspapers Myrtle Lewis, aged 17, were drownedin moments> duration, struck: this city last Prosper Colony Company, having brae fmimr '''
redeemable! in dishes at A. S. No canvassing Send for particulars H. N. Bratton has finished sinking an Crooked lake, near Bartow, Friday Sunday afternoon) about half past for the Durpoftc .f conducting th. baal_ of
Gilbt-rt'8. 2!ntf Press Syndicate, B 2245J ocfcport, N.Y.I artesian well for Mr Arthur E. Done- night shortly after 10 o'clock:, after the three o'clock, causing some alight dam- alii company ifcn til It could ba incorporated, and 'w

bargains in resident property, For Sale Five acre lots, within gan Jun his 17-acre farm in Pinedale, se- gasoline. tank on their launch exploded: age to property but doing no serious th. naid company having: now been duly ahartee -
For I flow of water and burned the boat. Curtis harm. Mr. U dliaolved by mutual _" l''
truck lands and orange groves call on sight of the city limits. Price 4<171)). curl g a splendid Langford, Phillipson's photographtent ed. th aid Arm
Fla. 4-tf title. and Miss Nell Stanley, who accompanied was leveled to the ground sitd, bad th.witir.. bunlnata being turned over to said Incorporation -
M Breaker Kissimmee. Installment plan, perfect
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I 'ARTHUR E. DO EGAN, r. M. Mulholland, sales ag.mt.f r the drowned people in the launch ride, ly torn, some window pane were broken , and vlll be conducted hr titer by
will be KiBsimme Fla. the/Hunter/ Land Co., was unexpectedly jumped overboard and after a bard and fences blown down, and a bolt of, aald company. {
After November 16th wood. 28-tf j /ailed back to this city on business,
tight Mr. Langford succeeded in swimming lightning knocked the two back chimneys B. Bcacham.JUM .
$1 1.26 a Btran deliveredKieslininee i '- Lumber_ Co. Wanted-From five to twenty thousand arriving on Wednesday. lie will re- ashore witn Miss Stanley. off Mrs. Bender's residence 28, 1(10. W. LV Van Duao, IJ

acre tract of land in the citrus: main a week or ten days. .

. For choice acre suburban home fruit belt. Owners who want to make Mr. G. G. Miller of Los Angeles, Cal.,
tract, see Kissimmee Gardens. quick sale and get fair sited cash payment has been spending several days in the -
20-tf) J. M. Willnon. Jr. write me No brokers lookingfor city investigating the wonderful stones ...
f big profits need, answer.C. he has heard of this section, and will t:I'
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for a reasonable ;. E. THOMAS,
We can Reltyour orange grove probably make some investments here. .'
price on snort notice. List withus DeSoto Hotel, >
and allow ua a chance: to verify this 28-H Tampa, Fla. 1 Will)) Moseley returned to the city this { ,

Htatement. 23-tf R. D. Waring &Co.. For Sale Several desirable lots. !&0x I week after an absence of several months

150 feet, desirable locality prices rang- on the, East Coast where he was stationed ,
Muck land near KiiBimmee on which ing from fifty dollars up, monthly installment by his employers. Chase & Co.,.
flowing wells caA be obtained is bringing plan perfect title. the large Jack sonville commission house. HiS
from $100 to $200 per acre. 1 can
<< ARTHUR E. DoNEGAN,
Hell you the same kind of land for 125 28-tf Kissimmee, Fla. Bulletins)) of the Jeffri.. -Johnson prize A ONE .
an acre. H. M Breaker. 28-tf fight were received at Butler's pool ,
-The-pernun w.h< -hu.yB: _the 4,000-acre( () room last Monday evening and local i
Anyone anywnlere--c- : a"STaTT. tract of muck and hammock land _one fight fans were out in full force to hear '
.. order business at home. No canvass and a quarter miles from Kissimmee news from the ringside,' .
the .. CENT ; a1r a-
. '://r .ing. Be your own boss. Send for free at $25 per acre will double his money STAMP :> : << ',11.\I\ booklet. Tells how Heacock. : 2144, in twelve months. Write H M. Breaker Mrs i tn-'1'-auILand little daughter ;, ri rlh s :
, Lockport. N, Y, ;/ Kissimmoe, Fla.. and he will tell Evelyn, and MrsTWTTr-Oawford- iii ; l} 9 0 J
\\.1.1"'. "" you al! about it. 28-tf and'baby, all of Cairo, Ga., arrived in Ji 1 .
j\,'t .' 1 have for sale 4,000 acres of )land the city Wednesday on a visit to their --, vTirask-its4o iL
. near Kissimmee... that will produce .1.000worth For Sale-6,000 acres of land on main parents. Mr.: and Mrs. J. M. Gardner. .. - ._
of vegetables every year. I am line of A. C. I.. railroad, close to Kis : -
offering it for sale at $25 an acre. H. simmee. Fine. colonization proposition Mr. John A. Peeler and Master Rich- 1 lustrated book de- !
M Breaker 28-tf Price $fe.(0 iO per acre for tract. ard Johnson arrived in the. city from ,
H. M. BREAKER & Co. Live Oak last Saturday. Mr Peeler *
For Sale-Nice four room cottage, 21-21 KisBirrwnee, Fla spent a few days among his' old friends ; ..
verandas, flowing well desirable local- here, returning Tuesday, but Master scribingKISSIMMEE 'f
<.00 liberal terms. For Sale One of the few tracts of .
$ ,
ity, price Richard will spend some time visiting ,
ARTHUR E. OONKGAN, land within the city limits that has not Clay Johnson, Jr. (
his father Capt.
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2H-tf Kis.Bimrn.ee., Fla. been subdivided, consisting of 40 acres; + '
adjomihg land selling for $54 and H50 Mr. W. H. Carson, of Binghampton, -
Nice Homei mile from court house. per acre; my price for quick sale $27.50 N. Y., arrived in the city Tuesday and
inside of city limits. 10 acres of good per.acre.:. will\ spend a few days prospecting. Mr.
land, pretty grove of pine trees, beautiful Address. A. .W GUSTIJS.! Carson was induced to come to Kissim [ [ PARK :
location. Five room house, fine 28-tf Sanford Fla mee through reading the Gazette, and : ,

place for poultry farm with citrus plenty fruits.room, Prettiest Corner and beat location inKlasimmre. if, after investigation, he find that the"country teM4
for trucking to his expectations
NELSON REALTY CO. 871x150 feet. Half block comes up ,
26tl from Courthouse Square 3 blocks from he,will purchase a place and bring his ---- .
Wanted-Ma i with small saw mill to business part of the town. Six room family here. He I* well pleased with .- ',,,
locate in good boundary of timber convenient house, beautiful magnolia live oak and what he has seen BO far. and containing only statements .

to KiBBimmee. Splendid opportunity Chinese umbrella shade tr..... Lota of --- --- that we can prove
for the right man. beautiful flower and ol'lamental.hrub.)
/ J. E. MATTOCKS, bery In the yard. Price 1800. .,.. One of our statements' is that ;, .' t''x ''

26-St at Kin Valley' Land Co. .office c 26tf NFLSON REALTY CO. jti8not.excC'Ssive1yhot it.F1ori"f: ,

Little Farm in the City-:2 3-4 acres The Demarees have returned j and Moving'Pictures da. You will be comfortable if ..,

close in; clean, nice land in high state taken possession of their hotel, the, Atlantic visit us now. '
of cultivation; excellent deep well of house, at Coronado Beach and you
good pure water. Four room house, will make a special low rate to all desiring Why not use this season to pre-
tool house Good location Price $2,000. to spend a week or month on this '
home that will enable
Terms if desired, | beautiful beach. Bathing, fishing, au- pare you .
:26tf! NELSON REALTY CO. tomg. Everything up-to-date. Hotel to escape the rigors of next winter .
thoroughly screened.
For Sale-Arthur G. Dustin ""rain 28-2t T. B. DEMAREE Prop. I ./
cockerels for ireedinp .
white Wyandotte ( .
Orders left I Lake View Property-90x150 feet, .
/ purpose, 92 00 each. every night, .1
4 with Waters & Carson Grocery Co. will close in. good location, fronting the
be filled, or call at Pinedale/ Chicken lake, nice. trees'in the yard. One two at the ti
Farm and see them for: yourself. I] story 9 room house, one 7 room house I e' 9t..

26-1 pd Seaberg & Crawford.Let 'j j Would make good property for rooming ... .,/ : '.
house purposes Come and see this ELECTRIC ; ,

me help you make a fortune. 1 property; it is a good investment.26tf -. -T ._ _':/.__ __ 2._ .. .1.. .--.- 'I .-
_ --- have 3,000 acres of .muck and 1,000 NELSON REALTY CO.: "
acres of hammock and pine land with I ,.. ,
a water frontage of five miles, and in If you want the !best body of land in '
ten minutes ride by buggy of Kissim Florida-land that will produce 11.000 THEATERPROGRAM
mee that I will sell you for *25 an acre; worth of vegetables to the acre, and '. r' I II
cash balance on time H. M '1 I which !II only one rand a quarter miles '
part
Fla 28! -tf from Kllpimme.'with five miles of wa- .
Breaker, Kissimmee. I
immune from frosts anda Kissimmee: :
ter: frontage Valley
Fine country home with city privileges, railroad running through it1 can sell ((Tonight)) : ; :
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23J:! acres adjoining city limits of1 KlBB- it to you for haliwhat is being asked ,
immee, can drive right off the premisesonto for leas productive land that has fewer FRIDAY JULY 8th .
hard marl road. Can look right conveniences and no railroad facilities. ,
down Main street from front door. Six II M. Breaker, Kissimmee, Fla 28-tf Land Company
1. The Telephone Call Lc
room) house, needs sorr\e repair; ser _
t.. ants' house ill rear. Good variety of The public attention is called to the ,
dhnamental shrubbery in the yard. Good fact that such well known and knowing 2. News of a Native Rising I .
h .e barn cove stables, chicken house of our citizens as lion. C. A. Carson, -- -- . ' \
- and yard Deep well of good water. Hon. .Arthur E. Donegan Hon. John( 3. Turin Scene from the Clouds
Lee Dr. Hicks and J. 1'' O'Berry have J. E. MATTOCKS Monnger" KISSIMMEE FLORIDA
17 acres in cultivation; amps pulled r------- ,
from remaining 6i acre, nearly ready had installed, or are having installed i 4. Corsica I
bath tubs closets, lavatories, etc., 80Idand ,.
for the plow. 240( bearing orange trees --- ---- --------- ; '
dnd other fruita. Just placed. by the Pioneer Plumbing i .
some peaches
ftr t-clat's i Performance begins at 8 o'clock. I I II
the place for a nice home. 'Time'can Shop, who guarantee goodt
be had on one-half purchase price if set up by nrst-clasa.. workmen. Place PRICES 5 ''AND 10 CENTS Rg+
desired, This is fine trucking land anda orders peforethe"rush, which is surely)
maker. Price $400Q. coming. Live and let live. N1K1LIS & GIANNESKIS I ,

26tf money NELSON REALTY, CO H. EDMOND SWABEY Prop. 'I Proprietors. '
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ROADS MADE OF leI'I'lt h em I'll other The screened
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T E. L. LESLEY"COMPANY a depth of about one foot and after I Ideal Fertilizers

OIL AND GRAVEL bolus heated to a temperature approximately -
-M\NAGEA I of 225: degrees I'", (he. stacks
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ST. CLOUD c= I LA. I i IJ.J.I. the heated gravel or amid, laid SIZE! AND QUALITY

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;1'.i' .. LINE Or They Very For j red QUALITY B ready fo qi qidi/ tribution. The articM
OP'HARDWARE /The: mixing of the .oik gravel mid ', on citrus cui-
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'U P."I.II. H ral.ar. Paint Olin and Varni-he Ot..war.rn '"- Wooden or ntcol mixing/ pint(nrI11R, the( of producing a fancy product. *
ery and DI.aoa. Full. .Lin. .lOcnt*' Pllrlll..hltla". Hut* wOo4Ieu at first, but on tho slt..I.I whichwue Following' the' artillp a full "('!('"PHon of oUr IDEAL formula
sad Cap. L.III.' Ho+o
much better requiring lean. labor. for Rummpr application.

GRAIN FEED AND FERTILIZERS MEANS OF CONSTRUCTING-ONE The heated: fund and gravel 1 III the /iJeal Fivif and I me Mnni/ie
meiisurwl out on
above\ proportion were "
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Xptual Frail an the platform by means of a measuringDOT :
1' Grocery Located on N.'Y. Ave., 2 doors from t. Cloud. Hotel f f Hot oil In small quantities, perM 'Term i,ll1 i Frail and 1'te Manure
Hardwaio Store Penn. Ave., near llth St. Much C.r.'R.qulred 'In the Selectionof ir 1 : ds C's IIiRJi Grade FI'IIall" }'ineWATHW

OUR PRICES ARE LOWEST A....+ for FILLER ,t JOHNSON' Stones U.ed-Ken Judgment In Bklet--IIJEAI4 RESULTS FROM IDEAL FERTILIZERS.-
I ma .. Perm P..f.III.o* i Mixing Heating and Spreading the gives pictorial proof of the merit of above brands. GET IT!
I- : Sub.t.nc. la Neceteary ,For Beat M Call on our local agent ,
FVRNITVRE: Raaulte Roll Road ] & ( (
Thoroughly. s V, CARSUNaaiROCERY C().,
CASH OR INSTALLMENTS : 1pf' I r
The highway commission tn tbe state

S.JI. GUM* The Pioneer Merchant"r of Massachusetts desired to constructa Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Co.. Jacksonville-
high class road of oil and gravel I Florida
.aa *v betweee lOtk.aad Ilia' Prompt Deliveries I
ao'ine experiments In road build ,
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_. STEAMffTTING wirs'tn a dilapidated condition was selected . .
LUMBI AND
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surface was looBenexl up With steam '
roller picks.then shaped up with.ho...- aft IDEAL BIOBWA.T or OIL ADD OBATEI.
B. eta and rolled down with a steamroller [From Good Raada Magazine.New Vor.*.]
.r "La CRJSSMANOsceola bound top I CONTRACTOR ,
!! a but not tightly on bapa one-third of the required amount and BUILDERS'
loose rather than
the old atones being
Hardware Co. was thrown over the hot mineral
otherwise to prevent crawling or wavs turned over once; then.the fuli amountof .
Large Northern Cities. lag of the bituminous gravel surface. oil added and turned, then tbe full Does General! Contracting and Building and Furnishes Estimates -
Forty Years Experience The surfacing, which la really an oil .
quantity of uwphalt added aud thoroughly on Structures of art site; or Dimensions, whether
mixture, followed of compositions and consisted designed of seven to : mixed until practlcalh"1! grades
I could-be'veen that was not thoroughly\
Always Hand. determine as far a. possible the com _coated: and there were no lumpa, and Makes a Specialty of boring ARTESIAN WELLS
on KISSIMMEE paraUve proportlona of material. that
PHONE 88 would give tbe beat results. / the completed'IDlxturewaa ready to be in which he has met with the greatest successof

*r ,.- They found a gravel. pit.near bj and i shoveled Into the carts and hauled to any man in Florida.
the roadThe .
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ANN'U'AL"EXC'URS'IONJUL.Y -
started to work at once The kettles 4
of the mixture after
for heating were set up on'the road< temperature Give him your work .
near the pit and the mixing done there reaching the road In the carts was will be well and quickly done.Kissimmee, Fla,
i = 1ST 'l= The gravel was screened separated from 150 to 250 degrees F. It wan i
shoveled from the carts Into place or
Into three sizes, and the stones OTQ'one
ROUND TRIP RATE FROM KISSIMMEE TO j Inch were thrown put aa being ,dumped upon a dumping board and .
shoveled back Into place. The beat results -

SAVANNAH GA. $7.0.0CHARLESTON too About large.eighteen gallons of oil per were obtained when shoveled diracily ++ 4p
from the cart. Perhaps It wan
cubic.yard tit gravel were used. The fT
because there was less cooling One iicASH"STOOFi
S. C. $9.00 oil apd/ asphalt were heated separately
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ti In kettles from 300 to 4OO degrees man could do all tbe spreading All

a r VIA F.. asphalt: being generally-hotter 1hnn the coarser stones were carefully raked f
taken not to burn ahead into the bottom so aa to reduce 'First Door
the oil care being North of Postoffice
.. Atlantic Coast Line by overheating In the kettles The kettles as far aa possible the voids on z:t: .
a used for_this purpose were of two the surface The most careful spreadIng ......_...... rt

IW 'pattern, both practically\ designed lJJ'tbe was given and''% ton ton roller followed $:t: There you will fifid-SHOES, HATS
highway. Commission. T ho one directly after the material was ,
TICKETS ON SALE JULY 1ST, .
'" used for heating the oil had a capacity spread t DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS, all ofllbest '
FINAL LIMIT JULY 16TH. // of 300 gallons! and the two'for heatIng To qbtaln! the most perfect results '
asphalt a capacity of 125 gallons\ teaming should be kept ofiVfor a period t quality and lowest prices.
Tickets will be food pn regular trains eoln* and( returdine. Tbe gravel and sand were also beat which used not be longer than,twenty ,
I ed separately by means of thin iron four hours after spreading, when I the I "
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HERE can "be,no'question cf the recent develop entC' superintendent.Preaching 11 a. m.. and 7.45 p. m., .. P.HONE't78' . .... I ''I i
\ of publio interest in 'agriculture] !. 'I' find evidences ofi Prayermeeting 7.45 Tlilll'll61ayevenlne. i I I
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Supplies! Repairs and Accessories:. $ on every.hand.! We are getting more requests for B. Y. B. U. 7.45 Friday evening. F.: EL JENKINS:: . : r. :."'

MPLE OARAGE information than ever before. The New England Visitors. always-welcome. '. 'J ,.

,ROOM i PHONE 4 apple efeowAast fall incre&scM! our inquiries 200 per PRE B W .::'...

A > * cent. ,The corn show to be held in Worcester next i S. S. Snyder, pastor. ',Sur eyirlg and
' : Sunday School 9.45 a. m.-Geo. f.
fall,will Lave a similar-effect.. .

'People are WAKING UP TO THE IMPORTANCE OF Parker superintendent.Christian Endeavor 6.30. p. m. Drafting {

:;'AGRICULTURE. The graduate of,the college of wbich I am bead Preaching [every second and fourth I i
The ROLL BASS MARKET! thati Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:30 r- .
are beingcalled on more ever before-to talk to farmers, to give p. m. 1 .
Prayer meeting and choir practiceThursdays OrncE IN FRATERNITY HALL .
lectures and .tell people how to conduct their farm .. .
ayden Bui Jdin One Block from belore the second and fourth
Depot. Another indication: Moro of our students are going in for practical Sundays at 7:00 p. m. KISSIMMBE..FLA' j

Fresh Florida of agriculture than ever before. In the present senior! class a very Visitors .most cordially invited. to all 1

and WesternPOULTRY. EATS .;J.allrndH..;10. .I' large? proportion" are HUNTING FOR PRACTICAL .WORK.: Cervices. '_- FLORIDA REAL[\ [STATE FOR S lf'1'

/ There is a HUNGER 'FOR LAND among them: This is the result, CHRISTIAN. '

EGGS. FRESH FISH i of a healthy belief in the future,of farming. A. M. Chi holm, pastor. Beautiful winter homo sites situatedin .-.
Preaching first, second and third Sun. the.Lake Region ej Florida.
Special ylllenlion to Phone Onhrs'and Free .It lit lit days pf each month at 11 a. m. and 7.46 Trucking and Farming. Land. In lane
| A FEW YEARS AGO THE MOVEMENT OF YOUNG PEOPLE WAS p. m. or small tracts. ,
lo '
delivery any part of/trie City Phone189I -
AWAY FROM THE FARMS TO THE CITIES. THERE IS NOW A Bible School 1 9.45a m.-: A. W. VTnn7tuperintendent ? : 'CITY PROPERTY: A SPECIALTY .' '

- STEADY MOVEMENT TOWARD THE, FARM. THAT I If. ONE OF THE ; A. L.: Davidson, assistant ,
= = :E-: -- -- - -
=tomI List with for quick"sales.
your property ,me ; 4''
superintendent.
BEST INDICATIONS' OF THE PRESENT REVIVAL OF AGRICULTURE.More
+++ +M ++F+M+++ +4' ,
I WISh to tell those that are 'farmers go to agricultural colleges now than at any other Christian Endeavor every Sunday r
;(j that I evening at 6.30 p. m.
THE QRAYSTONEiff contemplating have found and building procured the best time in the history of these schools to\sludy the problems affecting Prayer meeting and choir practice every H. M. BREAKER . \

I I2.r.o sand in the U. S. for making their business. They see that the SCIENTIFIC WAY IS TIlE Thursday at 7.45 p. m. Box 178 KISSiMMEE. FLA.
blocks Call and see the sand and .
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the manufactured product RIGHT WAY OF RUNNING A FARE .
All- -TMf flu I Never think of building a nice METHODIST.Jas. C- .'
The GENERAL INTEREST DISPLAYED IN EDUCATION W. BASS -

to 3.50 prday.: house of wood when a stone house T. Mitchell, pastor.
Special by week or month. t costs only 10 to 20 per cent more ON FARM tOPICS IS NOW VERY ARKED. That Preaching every Sunday morning and
and is f fire-proof, water-proor and
. vermin-proof, and a house for a i is another of the straws which'show me.that an agricultural awakening evening. Wholesale and Retail
N,1MURHM/ PT., I e ro TH. Mr.If
life tine. Sunday School 9.45 a. m.-J. M. Lee, Dealer.
is ir.
++++I'. I I I I 1++++++++++++1'r going on. superintendent ,
All Nrk ui MittfiH Cimrutert Fkit-Clait
K R K Prayer meeting every Thursday
WHEN I SETTLED IN NEW ENGLAND SEVEN YEARS AGO I
************************* Kissimmee Granitoid( Works night. Fresh Pork and
"iBeef
I'' NOTICED A LETHARGY IN REGARD TO AGRICULTURAL MATTERS. Choir practice every Saturday night -
ATLANTA JOURNAL :1
ALL THAT HAS CHANGED. COUNTRY LIFE IS 'TO THE .FORE.
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/ SAVANNAH MORNING NEVS) J :1 I AGRICULTURE IS RECEIVING ATTENTION IN THE SCHOOLS. EDU- EPISCOPAL. Mutton .

TAMPA TRIBUNE : CATORS ALL OVER NEW ENGLAND DEEPLY INTERESTED IN
i Osceola County ARE Kev. David D. Kidd. rector. .,. '
TIMES UNION t IT. COUNTRY LIFE WAS NEVER SO MUCH DISCUSSED AS IT IS Services second and fourth Sun
every PHONE 4.". .
SATURDAY EVENING.POST 'fI TODAY.We. day at 11:00: av m.
Abstract
VALLEY GAZETTE : Company Communion 2nd Sunday at morning
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Other Coming. Papers Delivered : -- cervices e C. W. Griffin ..
I SUBSCRIPTIONS TAKEN iI I Ij" Haven't the TimeI Guild meeting-every first Tuesday. j


[ i I O. P.__GARRETT__ __ __h _Manager.__, To Produce Great Singers. FRATERNAL SOCIETIES.
j" City Fruit StoreS.n.BlLLOCK I y, -
L FAMILY F Groceries
.1.1o Real estate By CARL JOHN. Ru..Un-Crnun Tenor. I I MASONIC. l

R44...............tklFfr rubles examined and reported on first and important reason why America doesn't produce Orange Blossom Lodge, No. SO, F. & l

_ Taxes paid for nonresidents l l CUE singers is that which has made your nation what it is A. M., meets first and third Monday -ANDFItESH -
Instruments relating to real estate nights in each month at 7.30 o'clock !in
HUSTLE. MEATS
I, carefully drawn'Correspondence' Fraternity Hall.

:' Solicited.Bargains, THE AVERAGE AMERICAN WANTS TO DO THINGS. IN J. )I. Hansel), W. M. i

A HURRY, AND A MUSICAL EDUCATION IS ONE OF THE FEW W. M. Carson, secretary.
.
THINGS THAT CANNOT BE DONE IN A HURRY. IT TAKES LOTS .t.
Delivery.Every Day at Any Hour
REAL ESTATE OF PRACTICE, WHICH AT TIMES DEVELOPS INTO THE HARDEST KNIGHTS QF PYTHIAS. .
....................... \ KIND OF WORK. Friendship Lodge,No. 10, meets every; : Patronage Solicited .

INSURANCEExamination It K K -- Wednesday night at 7.00( o'clock' in Fraternity North Kissimmee Phone Ne. 8, ._. .

There are plenty of very fine voices among tie American men, Hall. ?- -- S
In all kinds of Real Estate.. F. C. Bryan chancellor,commander. :
t
of Titles a \Fire and Life Insurance and hut they SIMPLY WON'T TAKE TILE TIME to find that out. R. O. Meek,keeper; records and seal. ,

Armour's Fertilizers. Rent- J heard a man well known in Wall street while in a jocular spirit Z

Specialty., .lngx and Collecting pent a sing a few high notes and remarked upon the excellent quality of his PYTHIAN'SISTERS Artesian Wells'r: -'

-., i Spe ialty., Taxes paid f<5r Kissimmee Ne. '' 21, meets ,,r. .
voice: lie-asked me how long it would tike to study r Temple I
','(Correspondence; Solicited. l'J.nresidents.'Re / not every Thursday: afternoon at S o'clock DRILLED ANY DEPTH ,', '0''i: .
and I said that less than two years would do him- l ,.
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i\ __ i __ _. except the fourth Thursday at whichtime '. \\ .;
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good. I received the characteristic reply, .
\ O. MEEK any meeting will be held at 7:30. Let Me Figure With You
S. HARWELL "CAN'T AFFORD THE TIME." Pearhe E. Bryan, M. E. b .

;> \y. Kissimmee.. Fla. The few who do take up the study work hard for Mabel R. Overstreet, M. of R. &: C. IGlwranteeSatisfactknH. _
REAL ESTATENotary OSCEOLA CAMP NO. 79, W. O. W.
several months and then expect to be permitted toeing Meeting, ; nights second ands; fourth -

Public at Large ... . .the leading role in an opera, though the same' Tuesdays at 7.30 p. m. N. BRATTON
omce ilobertoc'i Pharmacy ...... ..... e.etsraA ,
over H. T. Stanford, C. C.
r people would laugh derisively'if one who had studied
KIS8U MEE. FLA. M, TILLER W. B. Johnson. Clerk .
.'-- -- art for so short a time should attempt to paint a t
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, Real Estate Agency. I masterpiece.! Gen. .... *.................
0. 0. Howard Post G. A. R. :
%..........*m..m...m%*...mmm.m. .I Ifl PROFESSIONAL LIFE APPEALS MORE TO--THE STU.
Meets the first and third Wednesday: : LONE; STAR I : '
that when find who would
sold. } DIOUS HERE, BO you some study they l
Realty bought and .. in each month at 2 p. m. '
"" "VIV'x: ::.. 'VCTI ::-:T Houses rented. } use t.hat'time' in seeking the degree<< of II. D. or IX. D. r. Fraternity Hall. Visiting Comrade :; CHICKEN. ;

PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON Taxes pa.i. for non-residents.. t | i
O. DERBYSHIRE, G. E. TARBOX .
11 SSBDBNCB PBOHB 33. KJSSUIMBB.W. flinging generally: BEGIN TOO LATE IN LIFE.
,. Fire Life/and Accident In-. f JACK JOHNSON
Omcsi PBONB 97. FLoRI. ;; Adjutant. Commander: Pr.erleter .'
surance. J .
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3 Indemnity Bo ds. I 9Lwr Preaching at SL O.ud
W. CARSON D. D. S. sBt f st*.__*..f_ sisWsl, The .La'W'Gives Woman J Two miles north of Kisslnmee i .,
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fl r T T Sunday school every Sunday at 8,30> < : on Todd Place. '

ENTAL PARLORS a. m. Church service at 10( ,30 a. m. aid ... : ,
RIVKRS BUILDING The Right to Vote. at 7.30 p,_m., also on the third Sundayof .
NN OVBR .C.OLA PHA"MACI"C. I each month at 3 p. nC: Christian Endeavor | PUREBRED i '
By Mr. TRIMBLB-WOOL9EY. 'u F X HOURS 'I( 8.1 TO TO 12 5 "HO.+.... : W. L. m ouzo : 1 every Sunday at 6.30 p. m. I R. I. ,Reds and ii'

I o. Mrs. W oi.ey. who was prominent at the national suffrage meeting How Files Are Sharpened.Vhea i
recently Held at Washington come. naturally ty her belief' In the \ the teeth of Glee bar become i' Brown LeghornsInspection
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1 T.X/.V./ RIVERS, //fl. D. i rights of women The first bill ever drawn on the American continent I worn and dulled by use t&7 ar* r. .
to secure to married women control of their property was drawn Jointly .
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In
sharpened a very easy manner with
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PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON by her grandfather and great-uncle, one of whom was afterward a Judgeof : by t};Public Invited. :
I Real Estate the court of appeals and the other.. Justice of tha'supreme court of a "sand blast" The file U passed Into .
,i \OfHce over Osceola Pharmacy the United States.IT I. an opening In a chamber, and a streamof :#.*.*....*:U.S.fOII........4 3.
1 4 .' 'uence' 53 -- floe sand and water II blown with ;,
ONES: }
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"a oroc 14f:1: terrific force by means of steam
\ was not until after the adoption of the federal constitutionthat i J. .M, VViLUiON,,
% i. -- against the backs of the roe teeth from ..
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r \ KISSIMMEE 1 FLORID the states began to CHANGE TIIE BASIS! OF REPRESENTATION 1 a nozzle which directs) the stream s.tI .
Dr. F. G. Thompson NOTARY PUBLIC... J :
a certain angle. Each of the countless
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FROM TAXATION TO SEX thing STATE
a j
: , I l AT LA ROB. S e .'
millions of sand train doe. Its
PHYSICIA and SURGEON they had absolutely no right to do: notwithstanding< even I II little share In grinding away the tooth Real Estate Agent. ;

Office Phone 64 Residencel'126O J, W. THOMPSON I the worst phase of the matter, the first constitution of only three out of lag surface and, and sharpening so the result up of 1a the a smooth teeth KISSJMMEE. FLORIDA. .,
used word lualo] Tennessee and Georgia
the thirteen the
original states -- Files which are newly cut 'may also '.

\\ coming in shortly afterward the same--as a qualification for be brought to a greater degree of perfection -

'-" ? e A. VANS AGNEW, voting. Voters were only required jUji be FREEMEN, twentyoneyears and.blast andsharpness-1'earscn's.) by mean of the Sprigg FlemingCLEANING '(,

\ which, were-and FREEHOLDERS .
FUNERAL DIRECTORd old- white women certainly -- -- --
I ATTORNEY AT LAW.:......
[I.MID NOAARY PUBI-JC I -which women as owners of property certainly werti--and to I THOUGHT AND AC lON.

KISS1MMEE.H.TK. ./ LICENSED EMHALMER reside a certain length of time in the commonwealth. Thus womenare Mark thin PRESSING I/ '
weD ye proud men of i
o BY RIGHT voters today in eleven of the eastern and southern action I Ye are.-after aD, I but UD- DYEING sad ,1 I

i J. W. SIMPSON ,states as well as in the four Rooky mountain states. . coo cioua instruments of the men of REPAIRING .
thought-Hdnrich Heine. ..
"" .. DENTIST. NON.USAGE HAS Not FORFEITED; THIS RIGHT TO THE BAL '- !!

Opposite CourthousKIBSIMIIEE ; LOT. WHERE DURESS OR FRAUD JHA8 BEEN PERPETRATED Leave
I Upstairs In Katz Building. - --- -- word at my house aDd oloth '
OWNERSHIP IS NOT LOST (WOMEN ARE PREVENTED FROM'.THE. Old papers can oe will be called .' '
9 .. m. to 12 me. I bought at this of. lor and returned. '
Orncm HOURS: J 1:30 to ,::30p. m. USE OF THE BALLOT BY DURESS AND FRAUD), AND THE FED. flee at 20 cents per hundred. They are i.; ,

] : Telephone No. 7 Jan 6. lyr!. : FLOKIO ERAL CONSTITUTION, BESIDES, STRICTLY PROHIBITS ANY STATE I the} very thing you need to put under .

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'OTICEL 1

THE WAY.OFTHE WORLD.We Humor andPWlosopliy ROLLINS COLLEGE -
Sotir*.* .. hereby ,Kfvati. ,itwt ttm I..Uowl"l"O"ortbed \lends, or .o miicti, thareof s* will benrt'
met the people going one .4-r: to ,>My the amouiil doe for tele herein at opin ite. thtf. name toff"th"r with colt ofuoh FLORIDA' OLDEMT! COLLP.OI!
with their loaded with .. Hittfl, Aivl a'lvortlsitiK. wilt \tic sold at iiuhlK1 .....lIon on Mon way aim I D. I'MO ill fr"< nt of the C'Xirt. lloutte door Ml htftHlmmee in. the County. of' O
w. beautiful flower Klon.la. _ _____ __ I .
"Whither do you drift?" we 1p D.VJPCAJ4f .IN'TN ., fs

..ked.' I 1I 1 '* .. I "NIZC }, I nil...... "...I..y. Srhool of wuxie. School of Fin Art*. Schonl' of F..".....lOn. School of
RlrTln' n. 1.4en c. :! 1! nw .RR F<.I I IB Dornr-itir and .Induntna* Art, Ku..r.ei*. Hohtiot., Courses for Teacher
"We they exclaimed "to FACULTY '
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go.
PERT PARAGRAPHS. l ; Twenty 1'rofcax.wa and (nj true tor*, prepared. in thy foremoatmUnlvcrHltifH of America, and
:. adorn the grave of our dead -- .... < e Europe.; '

heroes." NO matter how glaring (lht fnult. N. of aa 1 1Hw a :$4 ::44" .Hii4o V.nbanku: W AHaTngr 1 1 1'e) On Atlantic Pout, L-iae and Seaboard Air LOCATION Line 9ft miles north of T.mon the famous '.Fl...*
i/ Later on we met them with their don't make he mistake of thinking ,, N.u'q' or .w I. Dw : 40 W II I ni, Ida Hci 'hta": In one of the moat beautiful and healthful towns of the ttouth. no malaria.
or !U of ucl4! \U yta 3-"' 10 IHttrin. U D 74 UILDINQS
k. arm full of,brick : that your dearest friend would appreciate Nwlornw1eand.w l ',,.nrn."an"w .' .. Ten commodious and attractive I buildin.ni; Science Hall coating' $H>.0rO now in proc... of
"And where>"*'wagain. ..& '. Clloe ''1..nll..I.w )I. I1 I. .H. VT II. It 1 NA erection a campus of 26 aCnv.. eloping: to Lake V Uvinla. which in connected by navigable can -
now baring It pointed out to him. 1 .
1.nrnw. 14 'M rte 40 *.IC.W II 1 I1,1
*\* with three other lake.; aearate outatde room for each atudent; electric linhu. lire pro-
WIll or uw '. .' :i Vie .tic. HOt JohuK. L.HcClellind.. S .0\\ iction.i quarter of a million I dollar. endoirment.ATHLBTICS.
nw 14 of iwt4 let" a Htrfp 7U yiir<1* w, I'"
"To throw these at our living Indication U 'one of the most powerful ati-ona u aide u( 10 15 30e : "<, :I4 W (> .'. 'if Foot bait base b'II. baaket baiL .golf\ tennla. _tin.. swimming ertxiuired iTrmnaritlc.. Golf
4 heroes they again explained with painters In deep blue designs extant ,, He''. Ofew1- t 15: HM J:1e: to I<*M, Mm Iwl>oo11a. (6 i ton; link* and a-ymnai-iutT. aa line aa any in the Houth..Thorouirhlr .
Beg n.. cor of .r'. of u n l{, runs llifir Chriatian. but undenprninattortal spirit and control
'.' 'pitying smiles at our dumbneaa.Hw 1 << N'e'" Dr 11.:1.: .-.. ::13e 40 Thorn., J N 6 'itt 24-tm Rev WllllatH P. Blach..a: f>lt. D. L. L. n.. Pr9fdt3titWHAT .
HU 01 1 *' < of awl Its. bag 01'" nor run '
Long H. T.rrieo! Keeping company with Satan calls! n 110,tI.... ''lH!' ,d.. 14" ydaw 201. yd" 11 aM'.Ay" :4. Uibaon, Paul 2 '>e
for an atbeatus suit with Insulated Lots 1' and .M of Henry AII "Hare you been watting for me :f4, .1.5e' OHt -. -
of UUltnpie. VICtor
.. longr he said."Waiting ; copper trlmmlnra. <'f} ....-oar of uwlaof ue'aof awi nwStH ?4. rune e I 1:17 "lot tic 1 ...........................a\eata....................anoe.............
I 1*jdH. x l:I7 ,Ih. n INN ) i I. for you long! I should say I'd. .' :m. Hulliran. W 11. Jr 1 Al IT MEANS .
.' I b.".." It III wonderful( how some persona In I Nwl4of' "nw',* : ;:: ;ROe :n I'strlrk I J J 1 fto _. r '
the teeth of jolt upon jolt preserve lot J 1(1( :*'>. 1It-'O, >-ulllv.BW II. jr t: WNkof i Many people do not I know what Bank' ('.p'lell'' for. or the diff.ranra be* : (
"Not so awfully long? 'I' na'ynree'i ::12 211M ,jOeo: Parker Jack 1 U-l' : ....an a ban. of little' or no capital and *na with large. capital "I
"Indeed I bu.." / their elf conceit M..'. of i$1'e lea. land owned by A J e -- 5
I Barber Jr ;lc: 2doo : IeiQ: Katton. Ham 1 49lie' A R Sf'H (:CAPITA .AND SURPLUS
"Well how longT" \\I ''Li. 2'.Ie' loll Hlllls. Leonard+ iI"/ .. ....... '
f If t food that prjtcctN the old [> from loan, therefore the larger IL is the
"The; rent has fallen doe sine. I Being able to make good with any JV of twjj! of -w'i and ;oaf ofv, l,., ofrta''ITf t-MMk4*'',r'tAittt 1 l ha !*pf>4it,.r<. ha 9 fbf( bank ha s s
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old excuse be-regarded aa a man'sCertldcate II Lie .1'10' 'to Silax Heur' i X4 "
may
have been waitingMaterial.'Eyidenoo.-.** a-l. 10 tie me 0l Htcphena, .V M .' nl CapiL.lnf I4n0IOM(
of . ie
In diplomacy. mwe LUn0IV 'r. fuel 10 W'H 0: reel and 1041.r S 4urplua fluid la.OlM M
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i and nnJfcOf! nw'Nwt4 '/ H '..MiIS !9e 21U Idiom f ill lIh"I..II.hl'I&' S4)nn ;
: r< of lot i, and bog. VM: ft a and.6.H S
would doubtless be to A total of limm/ (W
willing I ft w of n" cor r>i lot 1 I. nine HfiTIft. -
"Do believe In faith cunt'"Impliclty.
the
you listen to reason If reason had any way w 11- It n 674 fay lit ft to belx .: :i': e ::/too I I. (Ivnr.on Alfretl ::421 I I This moans lltat we rauMt lo.a 11,001\011 bafora our riepa. .llorf read li>,. a S
." .....' of tc le uJ 2 4 21. fif ,P..lumr, 11 F 161 s ".... This protection la far YOU. "
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You think: It 11I',004. do TOUr of making heraeif heard. >iA back Mary B. Mur lI..n.II."b.< I
dlTltiou of>>< oei!< t>r neij oT>> lot I,. . ,I' STATE BANK OF
"I know It.? Campbell City .... . 1 2.t 2641 ..Parn.wnrthC W .. . -II A4fAfi I KISSIMMEE'r
_:YC U'YI seen many cures t sup Who ahull say that man In not naturally 1 1 Ulnflk 81. R.onymeda. . "" ."" ,1' ";, if'3 hlulon H.. Krt ,. ,' ..,,"'\1, "" i _F-

) ." ; "' .,.. adaptable, -Ioe' tbat be plays [ t.1aBd K.KtsdmmaCuN'.I'y.. ; ':, ;:111'114Rt Kle sa.IMM.liJOHV"M.. ." PI.CSPOlI "" -..
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Well. I know a man that qukeeiatl00 the tool BO easily and well T >be."IoAddl&ioD .. .....t.(lj'l': "t. 'A,' ( :I ',i'"I'I'' t 'C, A, CA \.,)VPresident .'' 1.11:11: : .II, .. CARBON .
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LM "I!>ell 3.... :..:,.; .... i WlUUmii'. Luc :) 1 I'll":A; : Vin.-Pihldenl' Cubt.r it j
Il klll't..r.a. : .
a rear at It. t..oc. .ndl. blocl ." 1Rntler.MriJ.ydt. .: . :! :
r If yon take care of yourself'It some. Lot?,, \bJix-k 16..S Oaaliloa. Henry ... 7 70 ..._.__......._.................. .........._.......;..._....!
; 3k "Are you going to the same place time happens that your neighbor! just *.t \101 ffc < .ne s
a U7'i '1..106 ft. w (IOT'; '. it. n !I""'' ft.T w M N' 44k1' ,
this Bummer that you went lant?" has to take care of himself. I..n.l I Co1. Addition .Mwtlork IlL' 1. I $34
RobarbHmn Arllulonftv -B &
"No tndbedr"Aren't -'
lot < Shoi'mnk eubdly *>f bly'ka hurter
ASS
you? thought you enjoyed Making Reparation.>> DLandIL Unknown I .Ia _
It so much." I All blorlo: OL TUOmpeoO 0 J IH I
..w-- 7 Sbnnmekcr' anb-41v or a.elsrel. -
Loa 3. 6 and "
"We'did. but you see"r I' .. .aa' block HI. 1'.IIDowD J .H ,
"Whatr .'' .., Lot a etI: n'34 lot 4, wmaknr'e. ......- hlue" Ill. Rlw .. Jill" 20I FANCY GROCERIES :
"I am simply having my last sum .:. I "rid I I. bl"' ,..k JI I Illlaoo, .I.e( I7 714Lu f l
mer' wardrobe remodeled e AOLIt: k. (Muorn A O't< cafe" Ad l'o&uoW'o I I Illel'.e $
for this '
f use .or lot\ I. blank 0. rune o 1:1 h. w" GRAIN AND We solicit part of your trade. $
'
Naha.r rl, a ft a 97 n Melthews Ad Peter., Zilla t I It, 'I
;
Int I:bla'k\ al I, Ilatrlck'e :Addtlina Wit.on, J N I ''qtlnplattM f Country Produce $
t ..nn.I..IIO.el. .. FEED OF j
o All W....... / n of aw o.rner or .w% of Hides and Furs $
"Who are betting on?" ... ;or .wje! rune n.I4' !' 7414, a 6,19da !
you ,' fill'. ydI: a. 01l( y',1. If ':'L'eo 714, I Unknown ,.. ALL KINDS Bought and'Sol $
r'' "For' whatT' N.44 of ew4 In 2.'" :l'1e"" trehaln. J.. A 14 E .
." of ,1/1 .20'.. :9e 10 Latbrnp G K .; ,It
H' .r. It of ut
"The Johnson and Jeffries fljrht. n""t
$
Phone 61 :.. -
?. m".n /: $ '- KISSIMMEE
v "Who are they and what are they "ur"a ( It, .ed 1tnl';.)h 1:10"'l aaa 29e 8 Hurt. W H, Iktot. 2 20 "' ;
....
O. L RANDYT.R wv* w- -- --tk..w..atlra>,''
ghtlng about Collector Use. '>1.IJ' .4 -" .
"And to thtoic that we spend thousands -

of' dollars on schools In thus
'1 STATEMENTOF Public Road Notice. .
v country!r CONDENSED I I

THE CONDITION OF Notice l la hereby given that It la the Intention
I S S
Appropriate- of the Board ol>> County CommUalnnera at lameeting.n
't 1 "That fellow plays ragtime all tha The State Bank of Kissimmee AQ II.t lat. iniO.'to! ch.n a the pub- '

while.! lie road between Alver and Ft. Drum,..!Iri.! town- .

"Maybe be can't help It." V at the close of business ahlp St. ra.... 114. aa followi: Bninnln at a ,
"Can't point .h.... the eantr. of th. present pubLic road Bathingis
h help Itr"Perhaps. . "Tour bens hare destroyed my gar June 30th 1910. tnteraacta the action line between aeetlona> and ''I
: .
P den. 10. .nd running thane south to the aoutheaaiearner P'I! }
"Why notr "One dollar's worth( of damage?" ASSETSReal .1116 of the southwest quarter of the north-
1"Don't eetate7: fur and fix ?! ?1
you Bee how shabby he tar -A.1I of that. Hills receivable . "fMEJi ; West quarter of auction I I&. thane east to thepresent .
S
Bonds and premium nil public road aid propoaad raw road to \
"NftYcr mind. will give you an 1
(/Jif;I(:?-'I< peta WI.. Later. Overdrafts .. . 10.,170 90 be forty wide, twenty feat an ach ilde of ;\
CR. *'...1>. cash Aerga and du. from other .
"Do you believe. In lore at Brut hi II'" ' 1S.WO* artidawribad route. ..

? sight r* Be was a son of the old sod. ) IZW.II'O.OOLIABILITIES All parties and property holders .Intereiited arehereby Get a SUIT and tryflit|| t
If ,
4 notified they have any objections to tf
"I d. "When I die said he -faith.. I wanta
''Im.eoo o/i file their prote U with the Board an or before
6 "Did you ever experience It?" von on me tombstone. C pit.| I 514.400 OJ that date. f

"Often. It la the second sight that "What son of a veras, Pat T" they Surplus UBoiriited profits .- s In ...._ whereof.have hereunto affixed. my

.1 U disillusioning." asked blot. Certified. cheeks checks 1 1.001'"''W tvjCashier's OJ h.nd.nd seal aa .,,_\ ..Clerk. : of aid Hoard CO.PLETE.... LINE AT| ,

"\ limerick av coorae," gall hex- BUI.parable. ,5JSilS. thla VIKh dar of 'u.... 1910ARTHUR.

Raoembl.noo. Browning's Idagaalne.Citation DepoalU E. DONEOAN.IBKAI. S
- [ .] Clerk.
"Life Is short. -- IlULh10 00
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"Tea. and I am quite lifelike"Lltellker" .** of Administration orricr.uO. ---- -- -- .- - CWUD.ANN'SI
CARSON< PreeldcLJOHN
In County Court .1 A il. L>BE. VicePraeldant.I Notice of Intention to Apply to the
"Tee." Oaeaol. O Ninty. Fla.. < <. B. CARBON. Caishler- '
,""L By the County Judge of said County. 1'oraonallr ."....red before no. Notary Pub- Honorable Minor S. Jones. )
"In what reapectr"I. IKJ, N. B Lane Caahler. who being' sworn de- I
Court
Whmea. W. t Seara. has applied to tab
Judge of the Circuit Courtof
too short"Pl.o. nd aajra in. ..boveatatesnent is true to tha
am
4 'I for L ttaraoAdtnlnlatration on th. estate of brat ales his knowled..nd belief. I
Henry T. Stanford. deeeaMd. late of said countyof (3eel1] ROMA TIIOMAB.My . OsceolaCounty. Florida II
to Eoo emi;... Oacaola: eammlaxuon ..,,1... Kebrurjr '1>. 1>U. for a Charter. I

It "Tea; two can live aa cheap .. one." i I Theae a... tnere'ore. to cite and admonish Creditors I ,
the kindred and creditors of Mid Notice to NoL_ ia hereby given that the underala-nad in- ,
"But then is the double wardrobe. and "'.lIlar I
Notice hereby given to.,....1I\nno. hnjra sad tend to apply' to the Honorable Minor S. Jones 01''
deeaeaed. to be ."d .,,_ before this Court; onor
"True but for awhile they can get 'bofora th. :illom of t>>. enUt. of Temple A. Minx. I the Circuit Court of Osoeola County Florida OD'':I THE PIONEER PLUMBING SHOPS
alone with pne chair. Ib.t 1 bar been appointed adnlnia.tfatol .
AU obJactkHia. If any they have to the granting rlMesMeti. to-wit:the 14th day of July. W. for a charter
\ aVoraeald. othorwlae the seme will be of the above named estate. and thai all for a corporation to be known as the First Prey :I .
letter. M
Hie Ardor. claims .1_' the estate murt SITUATED AT .... ...
Coellng Sr.nted aa prayed.Witness f.tirex>na having brterian Church of St. Cloud. Fl. the characterand 1 I

S. "I WM thinking of dropping Into my name aa County Judge of the present them duly authenticated for snttlemeDlwithin object of said corporation to be formed being KISSIMMEE AND ST. CLOUD

IJC"b7... County aforeaald. thla nth day of July, 1810. the time prescribed by law, fully set forth In the application and proposed I FLA.,

"Wffafs the matter with the later T. M MURPHY. Klmlnmee ria., CLARKKCC: A. MINX charter now on ft II.In the office.of the' Clerk of the H. HOMOND 8WABEY.

BMt County Judua. April -it, 191". Administrator..... of old Bstata. Circuit .Court of Osoeola Count Florida and PROPRI.TORTINNING |
briefly described aa follows:
PERT .PARAGRAPHS. .-T ---- -- Estate of C. Hi: Fountain. Dec'd. Ita character la that of a relUHooi society, and _PLUMBING IN filL ITS BRflNGHES\ BRAZINQ ",
D.
H. OEIGERAttorneyatLaw Notice hereby ea thai the uoo1..nri".d Ita object to provide Ita members. with the preaching .

Some languages seem to have been adm'o"' raw>r of the eatttte of C H. Pnuatalndeaeanad. of the Gce eL the administration of the 1Iaa. PIPE CUTTING}, THREADING STEAM

of drlTtfig will on Moudajr, the lAb day of>> Sentenabar lament and to .kelp In the extending; of Christ's PIPE k Ir rING
PUMP
reated for the sole' purpoae I WORI1
next, make final Hettlankitnt of III. administration Kingdom: throughout the world. = /
clear thought distracted. State. Bank Bidg.Klssimmee. of mid ..ni.ta and apply tor Iota 1
' auch anoilni.tr.tor.( This the let, day of Jw ah 1910.
disobartfe a
Florida N, Li. Burs. Administrator j WMO. L I I IZ. EId.... GENERAL JOBE3IN; i
PrIde help a !lot of things but Itdoesn't I March th. 1910. ll-6mo>> _4t & IIAIETT: et aL \ I [I

/" 41 work: with a sneak thief. / .
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