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 15, 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: VID00446
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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thousand. copies of the Valley'Gazette, lave authority tot inspect all buildings
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1OOOOOO4. DW and when the ,.now begins (o fly we I stability, and condemnany INTERESTlNGHEETlffG

may expect to see our hotels and boarding I found unstable or unsanitary. also ..
and The "
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houses taxed to1' their limit, to ac: The Pessimist ,Optimist .. regarding the safety oflhelr flues.' No I ','

To the Taxable Values of Osceola eommodate those,who will come-4er( .. unprotected: dues should-be' allowed In I Of the .'American Woman's, leap .

seeking locations. .. .... u.e.: Said man sbouM receivt: corn ; a
County---Silflidellt Evidence M. E. Daniels, ,Ashton Fla., in St. Cloud, Tribune.f !. Held itfttae Chapter House on
Many things which kept Klssimmee. ensaUon> through a stated salary fee "
'of' Our Prosperity. beak. In the 'put''can. no {OlIger'charged be -:.-'_ _ the work he performs, and to be placed Monday last. Y,

against It, the most consplcu. _.......;:- ,-_ ,I' THE PESSIMIST*. .5- under bonds, the amount of which to: "rFr

"' ous of,which was the absence of a wa.ter be designated by our City Council. :
What better evidence can a county : Is this a. man? The American Woman League met '. \ "
the works and system, which .If the water mains are not laid on a '
offer of Its prosperity' than statement sewerage This Monday in the Chapter House On account 1
molecula
sterncold,
that its taxable values have increased I. now being rapidly installed, and our \ g.ro.linilitt1e solid foundation where quicksand<<: of of rain two week. ago and one J tl, d

during the-past year nearly one prediction that this town would hare al: '. Striving and plunging amid the jostling'crowrd, an extra soft substance is encountered week ago being the <4th< this was the' ' ;

million dollar*? population of ten thousand by the year A drop of water in 'ocean's brine .-' the joints of the main are more than first meetingfor! three weeks. E.'c'R: : '

That it the announcement Osceola 1912 will become a fact. Those who do A -moral weakling with po hope endowed. apt to sag by unequal tension causing cerpts from articles bearing upon League I:.
and if the not believe ,this statement now will\ trouble 90/ or after the mauls are,tapped The ...
county makes to the public, He sees m sunshine tho the sky is bright progress were read. Founder's -
this section flowsas change their opinion before January let by the city The same ideas hold good Was .
to the
Chapter .
.tide of immigration ,- He his sombre mantle close.ii-ound "- completed on, } 4th .
rapidly the next twelve months as it wraps regarding the sewerage pipes. All of July, and there are 35.0W on' the 1waiting .;"]
A starved pinched soul over-shadowed brow, plumbing, of whatever should o
l and nature
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has the past twelve there will be another A SPLENDID FARM last. AH applicants who an
pillion added .to the assessor's With, eyes bent low upon the cold bare ground, be inspected and pUlled upon or rejected not fully paid signed an agreement to ':if,

rolls next year. And those who have I A mortal toiling with no purpose true. by a competent plumbing inspector, complete their memberships within one ',.' '

kept pace with the times are of the New Eden Plantation'COr World gWondu's He. sees no pleasure, has no thought) of joy appointed plumbers should by our be City made Council.to secure All a i year at the rate of one-dollar week. .
that five times as many people Ilf any are behind even a few w..kaln ;.,,
opinion at Lake Center.Mr. Sneers the aspiring with ideals
at soul high : city license and fully satisfy the city
will settle in- bl. county during the next their payments they should pay up to
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year as have ever done so before in the G. B.Woodall, foreman in chargeof -- For life to him is full of )base; alloy. plumbing inspector of their"capability I date, for they will run the risk of being ...._ y.ti.$
the farm of the New Eden Plantation From limited. of view. to perform sanitary plumbing. ,
same length of time as there are several One sided.point 'I displaced in the Founder's Chapter by":
large land-companies operating In Co. at Lake Center, spent Sundayin -.. He judges all things by his narrow mind. An all-nlht electric light service is '.-those on the waiting Kst In the extra ,
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the city. and in conversation with a, a pressing need of our city and a day'service
this section that will be the means of His darkened ignorance has led him on 36,000. Every woman may know justas
would be convenience which
locating many thousands of families representative of the Valley Gazette ' a much about. the league and iti progress -
And left'tt'Je path of wisdom far behind. would to the mechanical
stated that he and his workmen were help develop
this. coming winter most of whom will as the officers do, If she will read
buy and improve small farms, which fast getting things .in shape on the In God's own image he at first was made. arts, some electric fans and power for her National Daily in which all league .' ..

will mean that land heretofore assessedat farm although an undertaking of that But by base thoughts 'tis broken and defaced. butcher. shops etc news is given and. all notices to mem-

from 8S! centaTo 'i$
be assessed at from *5 to $10 an acre and much outlay of money before a abased. these suggestions, and act upon A letter of greeting to the local chap
So he is either honored or
hem where deem them feasible I
could see tangible results{that you from '
within the next two years. person I ter Mrs. Aultman the president,
there was a great big step between THE OPTIMIST respectfully submit them to your Hon- r
Of course the large part of this mill- now visiting in Somerset Ky., was ."
brought about putting in condition a five-acre truck orable Board. read. It is full of enthusiasm over the j:
ion-dollar increase was This is a man: .
garden and a thousand acre farm.. but H. Edmond Swabey. convention and the interesting thingsseen i
of the St. Cloud J
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through, in this locating county the lands of that by spring he will be able to show High up the mountain side we see one climb The bill of Mr. Carl White of Karl..all and heard while then, and was ,ti

Colony which were heretofore assessed at the people of this section one of the The steep. and dizzy heights, his eyes aglow City, for tl40 was referred tQ much enjoyed by the ladies 'present. -'"

something like II an acre, while now finest and best equipped farms in Flor With fire enkindled by a heavenly light. Messrs. Lee Stanford and Triplett tor The three Klseimme.ladies who at'I'!'r

the town of St. Cloud is a thriving lit ida.This He pauses not ,to cast one glance below adjustment and the bills of the Osceo- tended the National Convention are ___ .
fall Mr. Woodall will plant on la Hardware (d., M. Katz and the secretary more than ever enthused over the
tie city of two thousand population that Like a true Claimant of the sky he speedsTo "''
and an extensive aeale eggplants, cabbages, were ordered paid by the! treas league and what It stands for. They-
not in existence,
one year ago was find unsealed the of life untold
tomatoes and potatoes and he says if springs : urer. 1
thousand acres of the Seminole were gratified to find the Florida delegation ,\
fully twenty Investment Co.'s holdings have nothing prevents It will take several He lingers not amid the rugged rocks The treasurer was instructed to notify about forty in all made op" of :1

been disposed bf to actual 'settlers in freight tra"ins to carry away his stuff Till eves behold vast mines of shining gold. all members of their amount of indebtedness woman of such fine personality.\ As It .'

five-sere' tracts many of which are be- In the spring the company will plant a He mounts aloft as if on eagle's wings. and urge,, upon them the was with Florida, so It was with all the
the large acreage of corn oats, rye and necessity of keeping their dues paid up states their-delegates were women of .
which
and places
ing improved, How beautiful'the sea, the earth the skies:
potatoes, and later on will\ have at u It requires considerable to 'It
the money education and refinement. _was._a ..
ground at a higher figure\ on assessor's .. - ,
books least one hundred acres -in peas together With the glad ringing cry "Excelsior! meet running expenses, and from that delightful experience to meet and talk

with a small portion of vegetables He reaches... forth to clasp the heavenly prize. source alone the Board's, revenue is de and compare notes with women from .0// r
there have been near on
Then ag..in. but the orange grapefruit tan- 'Tis his. For with his soul and mind illumed rived., Maine and from California and from

to two hundred, the new houses built, some in Kis-of gerine and peach grove will be set out \ By Wisdom's pure and all pervading light Mr. Frank Vans: Agnew was appointed every other state in the Union-all interested ,.
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during past year
ptta* this winter. a committee of one to wait upon'the in the same great work. And
I which cost lonsiderable money and the There it no doubt but that the New '--.' He opens his mind to Truth's Divine inflow, City Council and urge that body to there were six thousand of them. ''J*,,

assessor's figures were swelled a goodly Eden 1'lnntation Co. will make a reat Receiving knowledge of his own ,birthright. make such improvements aa were necessary There were state meetings president's ,.

amount from that source, and by the success of their farm, for it is perfectly There is no claim he may not now maintain. at the city dock and to force meetings social representatives meetings j

time! Chit officer makes his next annual situated being on the east shore of Naught can resist Infinite Spirit force. the scavenger to cease cleaning the diamond emblem meetings and a Y
another two "
visit Kissimmee buiUfiiiga will show to 'be assented, Lake Center and is almost wholly surrounded N Heir of all grandeur, soon to be revealed, sanitary buckets within view of persons special committee ,meetings.; If you ? ., ,f
hundred new by lakes and canals the soil l j on the dock aa it was not only a disContinued were a local representative, a presidentand
to say nothing Of the increase in the'I there is xHe is a part of the eternal force. ..yC
although
being mostly muck an elected delegate as Mrs. Ault- ;,
for the time ha* : e. !
value of real estate ': suffi>,lent prairie and pine land to permit ( on fourth. page.) man was, you. were in danger havingto.
this eomminityfora
just' about arrived in valuationof of good pasture for stock and the - -- .try, to be at two places at 'one, time.

more just and equitable planting of a large grove. > AN OREGON MAN Then there were the two great general
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be made than exists at I
real estate to
r. The company is anticipating runninga Enthusiastic y meetings of which'" no,doubt many read
present!: the valuation now being based tram road from itsfamfb,to either Meeting of detailed accounts In the "dally." These 1 C

on, the low price at'which property MarcooRsee or Runnymede, ij' it will! Meets With Wonderful Success Here: I were repletewith Interesting' things ,, < '":': '

could be bought two and three years require too many teams' raneportproducts Vegetables many 'of the moat interesting being \\:, "
Growing ? ,,
whereas a great majority of it has The Board of Trade y tj. \
ago and ,if that ,
to the railroad ,
increased three hundred, to five 'l' : those not'on the program Each state's .. ,;j ? :, l;;
from( no y About seven months ago Mr. Roy'
should be done/" there is reason why delegates sat together la the. great a.'v' ;
hundred per cent in value. Palmer came here' from Grant's Pass, "
the road could not be continued to connect semblage and from time to before
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there was not an acre : Oregon, and purchased a Im..II'farm :
Tyro years ago .'ith the.road now heirig built from being called to order from the
' of land adjoining the cypress swamp on this city to Alligator Bluff; and more he Members //LVake From Their Four Months' near Shake 'Rag school house about platform a state delegation would
of town in cultivation and that two and a half miles from this city.
the west
than likely it will. as all through
climb their chain and shout
upon an
and Take the Work df Kis-
Up Building
much of that land could be bought at section settlers are coming .in by the Sleep On Saturday last Mr. Palmer was in "improvised yelL Florida made of

from $10 to $20 an acre, but now thereis hundreds., simmee With Renewed Vigor. Kisslmmee and called atk the Valley the following classic _use i"Florida '
scarcely: a foot from where the big: Our people are extremely fortunatein J i l. Gazette office for a social Visit with the
,- -- 'I, Florida, Land ot Flowers, ,,:'
main street in North Kia editor. When asked the to' '
ditch crosses having such a company' locate here question as "'-
E. G. L.wlll! and the !
simmee to the Atlantic Coast Line trackin and it will go a long way towards build. After a rest of about four months, a ent. The general routine, such at lead how he had fared 'since coming. here Now it League,the are ours.'V '

South Kissimmee that-is not plantedin ing op our country by' inducing others considerable number of members of the ing the minutes, calling the roll, etc.. and what was his opinion of this section was perhaps California, "
vegetables, and not an acre of it can to follow in its footsteps. Board of Trade met in City Hall on was disposed. "- he replied: delegates on their feet, singing .(led! t;. ; .','1

be purchased for less than $100. and f .;;- -",-- Monday night'a 1d held one of those old Messrs. 'H. Edmond Swabey F. Frazier "Before,..coming here I, like most by a mere man who had no vote In the .S r
convention) to the tune of "JohnBrown' ,.
much of Jt for twice that sum From time meetings-one that ha much the Hunter Herbert Mulholland andS. people in/the West,_had the idea that ;' ''>

- that source_a ngther big; sum of money PIE PUZZLE. appearance of a Democratic rally in the D. Ferns were elected to member Florid*.wa. one great big_ land bank, Body" a stanza like.this: : '. ,

(" will be collected by the tax man. I early 70's when everybody worked tAt ship.Mr. and thjkt nothing would grow' here with "Pull together Is our motto, .. e ,' ./'J.

But our people will not offer the least Who Can Produce the MoslPieces the same end and with a determinationto Swabey presented! the ,following out the most liberal' use of fertilizer. Stand together Is our ueecit":: ? ,,

jectlon to a fair valuation being placed ,. succeed. "*** list bf recommendations to the Board. When I came and, saw finer truck gardens -Hold together is the-watchwords}. a-">' ,.. ' .

on heir property -by the assessor for With Seven Straight Cuts- Owing to.the length of time since the and after being thoroughly;' discuasec, than were ever known'In my state, Of the Amedcan'Wohue'sLeague.1; : : ? '0."',

they 11 I know and appreciate the fact The city council ot a certain town last meeting, there ,was an unusual they were referred to "the committeeon and that:,.too, right-Iu the dead of winter .In "a moment the whole.'congregation(

that if Qsceola Is to' become the banner having passed an ordinance that no amount of business to dispose of, andthe municipal improvements with authority I changed mv mind and bought a ,took up,'the song, each statehnproibedo. ,

county-of rids In the matter good boarding house should cut a pie into a secretary was kerjt busy reading to use \heir best judgment i In small farm east 6f your town and near a stanza and the "welkiq'laogv/e: 'Wsv'! x

roads and.l 0 er permanent public improvements greater number of pieces than could be documents and communication until a recommending to the City,Council their Shake Rag school house. I at once be. have never seen such enthusiasm)_anyJj'S\ :'

that it will req'ui e money obtained by seven!\1 straight cuts of a late hour, all of which were referred to enactment into law: .l gan putting In shape cultivation II the other. gathering as was there ehgwpvy"\, , '

and Iota of it, anckthat the only way It knife, Mrs. p'Flaherty has offered a proper committees for action. July 11 tho 1910. ground and now, after seven months, One pleasant feature, of the eoavao"tion : '. : _, }

can be gotten by our' Commissioners is prize to the first person who"will show Every once in awhile some smart To the Hon. Board of Trade of the City I am able to say I )have harvested -a was 'a trolley ride, about tfl.dty'': \;, j1

through taxation of ,real' I and personal her how to divide a pie into the greatest Johnnie forces his way into print and of Kissimmee: better,crop of vegetables than I ever 'given by the car company ton
property, All our oeo te love their I i number of pieces with seven straight proceeds to "correctly inform the ,public Gentlemen-There are a few matters did'in pregon and haveanother crop gates. A' .thousand' or more aniledr*-" T-( -
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town and county, and theyNMfl not begrudge i cuts with a knife. The prise is a hand about the conditions in Florida," which Hereby submit to your Honorsble coming on that will be equally. good, themselves of the opportunity.and had '::1\;'a,
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'any additional tax th Commts- some silver cream pitcher which can and the latest addition to this! list of Board, with the earnest hope that Ilf not better, than t& first,, This crop, a delightful trip.'' The ears we.seeor,4., : .."... 1
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sionera might levy upon them, f r they be seen at the Valley Gazette office public benefactors is one Jas E.: Wing, they will meet with your' approvaland consisting\ of corn peas etc. And I, ated. in purple' and white, ,the'"acue'- ,; ,, {;f r

know that every dollar that fan Lilco 1 and the competition is open to all sub'pcribers who contributes a column or' more to endorsement As oz city I. now I want to say very emphatically that enounce .colon. Many of the large stores C and" *, / .1 ,t !

their-hands.wllL be honestly.and! j'J to the_ Valley Gazette until the Breeden Gazette published at Chicago I fast improving and as there are vast of fertilizer has never come on office buildings were decorated in the n '. ,

clously expended. August 16th. -Cutoff. coupon below, in which the said Wing speaks in public\ and private interesta involved the place. colon.: Half a dozen large dry goods ,I

What other county in the state besides and fill in the blank space with you" terms anything but flattering of this : regarding' buildings, the;laying of ?water - "N6 doubt there N'eJDt.ft1-1:: people In stores ot Sf pus erectedan, Jmmense. --_-* *" -'

Osceola can truthfully say that it answer, 'and mail with a diagram 9 f section, but Wing like all of his peculiar main sewerage etc, besides sidewalks the west, who will not, believe my tent on the convention-grounds' and 1 4rtl

has not a dollar of ponded indebtedness pie'in\a sealed envelope with your address tribe tells things for a fact that and plumbing the. necessity has statement when I say that the soil furbished It with chairs and settees asa ",

outstanding and has placed a million onHhe outside, to the Pie Cup some disgruntled back-capper said, but arisen by these improvements of the here i. the easiest\ to cultivate I ever resting place for the ladies. They ,

dollars increase on the assessor's books board at Valley Gazette office. All where Wing says one thing a thousand rigid: inspection' of same, by corn potent worked,and produces more abuirflantly. served at one end a dainty lunch of flu.coffee '* 1b

during the past yearT We dare say answers willPl e opened on August 15. reputable men say the oppoaite, so men whereby our citizens shall receiver but uelvis a fact and I am onjy sorry and wafers, free charge.. The

there is not one, and, this county would in presence of W. B. Harris and S. J. what poor Wing said will not amountto -Durance that the money they are that I did not move to' this section ten ladies, _from Kisslmmee wished, at every r

not be in a position to make that statement Triplett. and priz warded to the correct much for he will.be put in the class spending:, or contemplate spending years ago, for today I would have had new apd delightful experience that the ;+

were it-not for the fact that aev.lral answer of the earliest date aa .erif\ with those who have made a failure in shall be laid out to the very best ad. I enough of this world's goods to quit local chapter at home could have been .

thousand settlera had located in i It< denced by postmark onXenvelope.COUPON life, and therefore nothing looks goodto vantage, by ttte work being done in a and spend.the remainder of my days in there"In a body. We could "go on forever
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during the -past twelve months: and them. Anyway the Board of Trade competent manner. Further, contractor I peace. like the poet's brook but.most ,..

now that the manifold resources and Decided to"answer the article, through and others who do good, honest - "The climate here is absolutely in. dot Come to the next meeting Monday -' '/

opportunities this section has to otter For Mrs. O'Flaherty. I have 'yided' its lvertising committee and passed work need the approval and protection comparable. Last winter, which I am and meantime read yore-"tally;- -- -- .

the homeseeker andinvestor are becoming In nieces all angles, a resolution inviting the Breeders Gktgtte of'our City Council through Inspectionby 1 tola was the most severe) in twenty and if you are in arrears, in payments
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known we may safely expect a and.different.Thia e. to send a man here at the Board's competent man. appointed by.said years not being cold: enough to necessitate on your memberships, lose no .time till I
here expense to investigate the truthfulness! Council. the of you get up to date, Headquarters "
.tremendous influx of people duringthe A small ) I wearing anovercoatantithissummer
large piece a piece, digestions disburse
coming winter many of whom will consulted, ; or falsity of Wing's charges.There Those who lay 'out their capital by I II is 'the most delightful I ever plans to that dollar a week: ,

v purchase property and locate permanently. : And..sections in all have resulted. \ were many other matters of employing mechanical labor, need protection I, experienced. In fact,' every condition you have pledged to. pay, and If you fail '

'\Of pie. (,importance disposed of which will appear for such capital, and also pro- ., her surpasses those of any other section to pay it, how can they be prompt in 1e

r The eyes of thousands of people I II in --- ---- Yn the, following official proceedings tection for high-priced skilled labor. I ever visited and right here I am : paring for enapterhou..t e

the North and West,are,turned on Kia- Mrs. N. B. Carson left last 'week for : No building should be erected in our going to remain, for here is peace --: 'A_Delegate. ,,,f '-:,' .)-'

'; I slramee and Oaceola county, on accountof Savannah where she will visit her The Board of Trade was' called to order ,city without the endorsement of an ex- ,, prosperity, health and happinessjustabout I. Mr. W. O. Rowell, of Conway, S.. C., 4: {"f',1 r'i. ,' "I

+ )Jta being liberally-advertised by our daughter, Mrs. Edgar Oliver; tor several at 8 'o'clock by President Lesley, perienced architect, appointed by the all a man i i. entitled to receive is spending several days in the city: the't
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,Commissioners -mailing,out weekly one weeks. with a large number_ of member pres City Council and said architect should on this earth." guest, of his friend D. N. Floyd.: !of, e1 1+ u

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ti Low Lot I and block Y- 10 block lit Mm LyduBfitlcr <, 4\ The following i i is a full tfext of an ad- road .
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Lola black Idplderou'.ubdl'lxionc- nknonu tress issued by the Commissioners of : tb put in
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of lot 7"'.f l Fonda I ; SATISFACTION
'. LaDdand. Improvement. l o.a.ur>'e? .6Il.wu .t JpraTiJSfXpunty; .t* oterB, ami it is I the ? !
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Lote Flm. Laud au l Improvement f'o'r ..urverBeg sere pnnt&Jtnat our people may s to'l'lI "Svper the I
al of Ion"h. run e,,M who live I
n.corn rcorner .
what extent sluU'f
our county is
1H7'4 It.w 10. ft, w 1 rfl.. n Mi It r\nirtI. . 1 .I< I JO I! : Florida
'Lot alahoemakpr'a E IM U.. r7: in trrt"tnatter building' good roads Can many ,
.Hiibdhlnlon of KM, 'k M. a"d l
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I II. !Ba.a AdillUuii O,.eeola county afford not to do hkewier I In this \
Lot 14 Hub i.ual'lrnVr 4 :: / I an '
Robert Ham Ad.1f'Ion '
W, low Jand :%:.hlo..11I > E I Kl ,.Hn-. 7 Y2TIIutlax go i'nl I
B"lt at.w .<' '
.these...to right uf wat "f A (' 1. It litherioe We, the undersineil, members of and
moth ftrly along right of war '"' road : !
7Q ft to ImtniinliiKKolxrrt I***' ot *AI composing the Board of County Commissioners .I I
,.. and ,
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Iii. 'nil Ad'lltlmiLut I est |
10 nkuonu .. :-,. of Orange county ,feg; (leaveto ,
.... b iids ;'
OftlxirncA O v l N Adtlltu
I'nkunau I2 I submit to you for your considerationthe 'I .
Lot 8, block cid)<- EMa he,.. AdditionNW advisability as a county proposition
of Mock E Joe llrlnitlcrlorn 19',. ai-l. you \
Nil, of block I. MiK"aid, of bonding the county for $1WMJ,0K( ( toconstruct ,
Beg( at ...or of lot I I,lilork <.. runs n 7 ft hard surfaced! roads bug-metis! Use THOMAS
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; using
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w 97 ft 71 ft, .27 ft p"'r.I..rr' b" altle (
Lot Z.block II ;\ ,. \.unlllol..1 : 71 brick for that pufose.Two .
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Joe Ix.'. HoWI..I.I,1t l of Moth< ". Ado 1 ,'. n.'. "'
Lot 84.6. If,111.wkItLot | Idn J. turner n of us have been members of this (Basic Slag) ?
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bloclfcl.. WA1'atrtek'sAddIthI! j \\ u aioonI'nknown 1 71 county
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:J M Ully't AdditionTxt board for over twelve years, during KTVIIIK

LcJI.I4. ],to I and Incluilte 9, block. 1 block 1 nkoown 12-; ,I,,, which period of time nearly all of thepresent make .. NOT ? .
All of blocks *. I nkooan. : Kt hard roads In the county tavebeen if -
yours;
1"-, fit Na4ofn..ofnwt.ere2etp Unplatted I.nd. c', r-."' '. K l.tb..p I !'r. constructed; one of us has been glad as but the
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J. C. Mi'PHATTIKTax experiment
nor an ;
connected with the actual working in
CoUrotor" o* Kiw linm-* Oil> efforts
B; J. K. t.1 HHf T. D. C. the material and on the roads; the, other phosphate Citrus Fruits,
county : L
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two of us have used the great ]
; .......................... extent; all of us have roads year's to afford s Produces the


.. YOU CAN COME TOKISSIMMEE : experience during as that time, and each, of d bur wehave carry more C< at Least Cost

predecessors during the .entire 'me' i
pen e.There
I'H. I i since the beginning of laying of hard 's letter in the Florida
roads been endeavoring to improve the with \
News (] n.7. 1910)).
FROM- road system in our county and find some benefit *
material which would be of a permanent ? IT*
have TRY
we 11
--I KANSAa'PIWY; i nature and more durable than the sole
material which we now have at hand. ER COMPANY*.

.. AND RETU FOR We have \ried clay, and found that SPLiAL PORTERS,
j while when the roads are kept in good ment in :

S34.0O and spen 5 ys + condition and not too dry or too wet, will have CHARbESTON, S. C.
nothing can be found any better but other.'S
;:>>;>> county rtRTItlZClit .
this material wears and cuts up in GRADE ATERIALS.i
Long enough time :to investigate the best : muddy weather as well as in dry weather : ;

T land in any number of acres ever ; and while the original cost is much

. placed on the market less than brick, to keep the road up for i t
.
the whole
ten yean wuhm ten yean
for sale by 4 road'would cost us nearly a* much as a j

brick road) arid we would] have nothing -

t. W. S. ALYEA : left This material .is growing morescarce "' The . '
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every year and more difficult to : : ,
eon
.t Rooms 11 It 12 State Bar* B1dg, KISSIMMEE._FLA.... .:_ reach and requiring a longer haul,-which teeth '":" ;
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addS lu -the -expense of building the a

,.......................... roads. The Board: then undertook to In order --
construct roads out of marl and at
only
great expense laid several miles with I
tween II
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this material first, with a view of fur-
1 I tender,
nishing a good hard road, and second casion II
H.'C. to find just what the cost would be. and I Florida"

I Approximately the cost of building a time r
mart'1'oll1'with the material situated a* obliged
it la in our county would equal the lay- forcibly
1 STANFORDCO.'S ing of a brick road .fitjyu. feet wide, the It did in"I""I

road being sixteen to twenty,feet wide. are too ,

This material, to our surprise proves

much subject to wear aa the,clav_ was minutes. and Citrus :;
;
roads, although not .effected by the :5

rains and dry weather as the clay road Old
'J8 THB PUACK TS BUY -
still usual use and '
are, they wear by fice at 20
are much more difficult to repair than the
very Orange
..1 clay roads. 1 ,
your e 5
Droods'Shoes and Notions The Board of County Commissioners,

In view of these facts has been en- Large I .
deavoring to find some solution of the fice.
1 City Properties
problem hoping fp be able to find this .

solution in material in the county; but .
:ROCK COMDBozyro this they have been unable to do, and ,'
.
a 0 Siva they are now brought face to face with or call on '
the fact that nothing except brick roads R'"
PRScEs SEE will serve the purpose of the people That is '

This road. whij* the initial cost wouldbe It* Kt' & CO. f

I --------- much greater than that of clay, and ..

some greater than that of marl, wouldin .T. "

.+ the long run prove an economical Building;
proposition. The Board' has carefully mmrnee t

considered thee matters and has reached list of :Florida .

the conclusion that any further expenditure -| Quaker j T

Safety Our First Aim in the county in constructingroads j Read -S-.. ,---- I,
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that r : I ----- - J Ji
I of clay or marl is but a waste of

your money and this Board can not con- Mrs.
I KNKtrS11TMV I
W,
scientiously further build such roads.
I greatly :
I We will use what funds we have in keeping I Pills
,
Every safe-guard known tome these present roads in repair, and if I them to [
I we have sufficient afterwards we will I trouble. Appreciate I

1 banking business ;is used to secure build small pieces of brick roads, unless I plaint I "
the people Orange county will rise to through l $ ,
y the situation and prove equal to the I well and
funds deposited with us. emergency and vote bond thereby en- so lame' I i i

I abling us to raise sufficient funds to lay the were PURITY, .. ,. ,
the roads of first-class material. To do ,
proof
this we would have to spendsay about I took COURTESY,

t ) Citizens Bank of KissimmeeWe $200,000 a year and it would take us to Pills help I I in KNOWING you have the Beet if

about five years to lay the roads. The (cured a ? Then phone us your wants, I

-. \ roads would cost about $8,07)0) a mile, They wtll be yeurs. i
being nine feet in width and with acuTing. ened my ii

..f pay 4 J Ter/cent In Savings Dept. t sages For of DRUG CO. i
We would propose Ho build the roadCrom :
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Safe Deposit Boxes for Rent.
-->. --. . \ Sanford to the south line of the j agents 41 .
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monte orfLongwood run east tv Oviedo take no w4n

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'comprising 4OOQ; acres---two-thirds muck, balance hammock;,, and pine is '

i. of f. as.' good -I ,,,. offered.to the;public at ? ': j easily' :made .

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frontage, and is adapted to the growing of all kinds of fruits and vegetables. It joins --,

, Hammock. .. property on beth the north and sduth that is now. selling at from $50 to $150 per acre, /' -

and it will not be long. before every acre will be in cultivation.It . .
', acre. I4
one
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J tangerines, 3 flowing wells, one 5-room house, one, 8-room; house, and'four barns,.. -* p 9

f and' all in -a good state of repair.. .
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; as products of any part of the place can also be brought to Kissimmee by boat. growingCelery( y
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: r. Pine The property 'lies only one and a quarter miles from Kissimmee, and will make I"" _
fortune for the who buys it. "
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GEORGE N. SAUNDERS ....... .:

Boat Builder The Town of St. Cloud I .. A.EMIL Standard MACH Oil Co. . ERNEST. .MACH..:. ..' y

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HIGH QRAD8MOTOR 1 2
SAIL ITEMS Of INTEREST CLIPPED i is doing more to improve the,social and '
BOATS ] "
O p p : Livery Feed and Sale StableAgt.
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I educational life of the women of America .
AND HOUSE BOATS FROM THE ST. CLOUD TRIBUNE o s H
than .
1 any'movement ever attemptedin '"
REPAIRING A SPECIALTY International Harvesting Co. i,
1 this country. "The Lewis Publishing : i
''IR..r ..c.tiv.r.r t1l. Company," said lit,*. "
We are in receipt" the followingletter I 1 the founders and sponsor of the American ,, ALL :SINaS: :: : ...A.rr.tw'G:: : : ,
from C. C. Leister: "I want to Woman's
I League. They retain the ,
Marine Engine thank you for: the nice send off and nice I I full responsibility and control of the or- 1 Everything new and first class. We render prompt and .
TERRO .. .. picture of my corner lot in St. Cloud. I II ganization. The Associated Publishing satisfactory service day or night. I
m 1f"III' Stinted 2-Crcit .1eI 1 Companies (in class A'are represented '
believe with! a little care and good common .
I' I by a committee of theiriptiumber, elected ONE HALF BLOCK FROM PASSENGER DEPOT
sense a man can raise anything he I by vote. This committee advises I 1
Pumping Engines Irrigation Plants I wants in the line of fruit and vegetables I and assists the officers. and trusteesof t Z Kissimmee Fla.' Phone 131'
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and oh how and tender the LeaK11e.h -- & "
nice theyare :
C, .\,. ARSON,'lYcsldeat N. C 'BRYAN, SHCBKTAB; even so mush better than they, -,.., ,,'2f'. 'IW ................. ...... ,

taste to me i IrT the North. I will be glad J. W Mathews pf 'KflntllCkyavenUe .--- --.-- .:. '-_-..._----.:.._._ .............:- ., '(
when the time comes forme toreturn. and 13th street has .purchased supply , '
The Waters & Carson of peach trees of the -
.eight-year-old 'V" "to" ;
Since I cama..backMjwal1!: ) eJ'the i Henry Bidwell and Jewell variety, and [,
SOtK.of April 1 have worn a light"oVercoat Immediately set them out. Mr. Ma- "
every day for comfort, so you see thews claims these varieties are best,, I l/New Shoe Store ', -1
Grocery Company five months of the year have passed and suited for to Southern the soil in the Florida immediate, and particularly vicinity -,1 i : v a,
we still-cling to our overcoats.Vhile
of St. Cloud, and hopes soon' to. -
in St. Cloud I wore itonly three days." have a flourishing peach grove.I '
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't Wholesale and Retail.Dealers in 1I 1--- Ladies' Gent's and Children's Shoes :
Probably the largest crowd ever visiting 'I C. H. Marsh of Marshfteld./\ Oregon I "
in sending 'in his sUbscriPti to the HIGH GRADE AND UP-TO-DATE "
St. Cloud on a single day occurredon Tribune, "I din '
looking
says: was euprie
G OCERI.ES I Monday last, July 4th. The inrush over' your paper to see What you ; :
of friends of resident) of this hustling had done in St. Cloud. We of the West and YouT" Buy MARSH & WHIDDEN
u, little city fairly overran the town, and have had the conceited idea' that we See ', ',
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', were the hustler or the country, but CASH BASIS >1' >
from early morning until fate at nightmerry ) will take off hats and
i we our to you say l STATE BANK BUILDING '
11 ""'" parties were going to and fro en- welcome, brothers of the Hustler fami -
.5 WE SELL WE BUY I joying a glorious Fourth and participating ,I ly. Lam coming' down. to see you soon." .
in the celebrating of the 134th an- '
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HAY HIDES :niversary of the American Republic. A --- e
'i. GRAIN commendable feature -of the occasion I '
FURS I IOL was the perfect order maintained '
I FERTILIZERS. II I throughout the day. Monday was an EIVEte "
II JUST RE
I ideal day in fact it was a regular Independence -
SHINGLES''ORANGE Day far weather
. as as was-
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BOXES concerned, although a spanking good e
breeze,from East Lake Tohopekaliga N
ALL
ORANGE WRAPSVEGETABLE tempered the rays of the sun. The h ,4 ;
COUNTRY i\morning train brought an unusually aP aRp ,
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CRATES
large number, passengers from Kn- s TRAD E ,
CRATE NAILS PRODUCE I simmee and'neighboring towns, but the f
II bulk of the jarge contingent came in RAE RF .111

;., I!auto, carriages and horseback. o I p. oo. -.,

; We sell field and garden seeds or all kinds. , I
r We give special attention to fitting out hunting and camping I After considerable time spent in preparing A
t parties. plans, etc., the county school MARKCATALOGUE
T Free delivery in city limits. Phone No. 12. I commissioners at their meeting last
r.;" We are county agents for, good tertilizars. Ask us for :circular Tuesday let the contract for the new AM EO
and prices on fertilizers., , I 1'.school house to Mr. N. F. Bass, the well ONO .
I|known contractor and builder of St.' .
I I I Cloud. The amount available for building -
II I was $4000; ))( and Mr. Bass' bid was
for.that amount. It ii fair to assume
J. A. CWANFORD.Vlc S. U LUPFER.Secretary
C. A. CARSON.
. that dirt will be moving and material
President. ;
arriving within a very few days. '
look though the latest

Growing out of the intense interest ,

e KISSIMMEE LUMBER CO., Chapter manifested House in .of the the establishing American of Wo---a Come -ln6t1d most complete Hard-,'

man's League at Cloud- which was ware, Cutlery and Sporting : ''
taken up in these columns last week, I
Mrs. Florence M. Kfeyes, the legal rep- ,
Goods
P ttgh and Dressed resentative of the LeagUe, has found it Catalogue ever published ,
necessary to join us again. She arrivedin I
the city Wednesday* afternoon,and IT IS JUST FULL OF NEW GOODS FOR THE HOME, : .
has been her time .
answering spending the many inquiries.personally At the THE FAR! THE, MECHANIC AND THE SPORTSMAN, '

regular meeting the W om n's Belief
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Corps yesterday afternoon Mrs. Keyet '
made qllit.e. lengthy address in which OSCEO HARDWAR1?' ,COMPANY
; she siid;the American Woman's. Leaguewas wti
oooooooooooc Xd) *sound basinetsptganitation which
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'J Florida, as a summer resort, may. + SPCI fNS A. Y. Milam, Jacksonville, and Frank 1 1.Wldeman a CO.UNTYCOURT .1 I .

"i The Kissiffifflee ,Valley Gazette seem odd to people who have neverspent l9NE. 1 ,' DeLand.. The-performances! ; ., tiwDor and

A summer season In this state, they give'. have not an uninteresting.

JV1' ; ;,{; 'PUBLISHED ETVRT FRIDAY.. but Florida,people know the Advantage Of fruits and held l /Crops Brought moment!f in them.. At-each meeting two Judge Murphy Has .Been Grinding ..:I-.PhllosophY; ,

Office in Valley Gazette Bonding.mUSSlMMM. poses'sed' by the Land of Flowers byer This Office. of the boy speak, and the program ,,is ,Out Cases 'This Week. I .. ,,- 'qJ
to Ii; >DV/'ICAJ't N. ofNr-
OSCEOLA OOUNTT. FLA. the noted resorts 'and other parts enlivened by several appropriate'quar- 1s I
,
: to One of the largest and best developed' tef selections '' entertain and Possibly never'l lore have the wheelsof .
a of the country' A sultry night I They will. it
swiftlyan ,
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HARRIS Editor s.d'Prop'r.TRIPLET revolved '
\ something totally unknown 'ant' Florida fie axis of millet that our expert farmers instruct= any) 'audience fortunate enoughto !' the county court as : THE GUILTY ONE. "y'

f"" .gf.li.: ?, A..ocl:: .t.. Editor. And far as known the ..haa never been ever saw was brought to thls.officelae} *< hear hemThey: '4iaeuie the moral, they are doing at thepresent term, 'I''."

''of. - a'death from sunstroke l in this state. week by Mr. W. S. Alyea, the real es*. legal l. economic and oriminal phases of Although this is tlie first term over!. comet doubtless Is the cause . "1':r\\"\\
SUBSCRIPTION RATES:. 'resorts maid The millet :in the the I which:4udge: : Murphy ha presided,and .Tn many of our Ills. -, ', ,;
The of Florida are dec! tate was grown liquor problem. I .
Os . . .. .. :tl ,...... OPT..one"eix moetha..y.. "." ....'.: .. ".. ..'' to dedly'popular with people from Georgia -. truck garden of L.-J. Joneswhich' lies Wherever they speak everybody who County Attorney 1d IoOn Is deserving of-, Because We cannot It boosts pay the our prices bill. up < t
I i ''II the summertime directly at the intersection the A. C. can do should hear them. You will I much praise.for the able manner In that. We've scanned tb 1bt. '
and other states in qf_ so It mustdw
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AH ezeept from our author rl i 1
bandies the prosecution. Both left and nt. 1
o i I\ ss..d eorreepoBdMite.mast be \a'JMd br the writer ,"Picture que Florida. L.' and Sugar Belt Railways in North be charmed with their ,work and will which he Of caun In earth or Bkl. J < "ii"
.Rejected matter will not be returned. anlee officers/ .well fitted for their poet!---And there Is not ** '-i"i- "
Kissimmee are
.. ...... f.' ----- = And measured twenty-one congratulate the Anti-Saloon League of Another cause In debt., ))i i
!j :' t Of all tbe states, Florida is most Inches in length. Those who have cultivated I Florida on securing their services, lions; and the county's interests are | "'**

!........ .*the eU Paetomee la Ktabnmee.ai Fie,se.aes.d.elan '. thoroughly emancipated from the'-bit.. millet say that an, .acre of the I Florida is going dry, and this Students perfectly safe in their hands. j 'No Will corporation own to have croup a share or trust,' ,. '

1 ,. J matte --'----TJ"' -- -- temess growing out Of the war between size of the head exhibited in this office I Quartet is one of the big,factors that? The following cases have been l die, In lending prices up to where, : ,

i -' Friday. July 1C linO.. the. sections. Only twentytwoout I would yield at least one hundred bushels I will help achieve that result posed of this week: And The some air !.one cool must and have rare done* the-flisi. .. '. .'

W : of the forty-six' members of sister ;, and that it Always worth $J.50 a State of Florida vs. Albert 'Bellamy, | That' patent, plain and patr
hood have!! set acart.Lincoln's natal day bushel. embezzlement: ; not yuiKy. Who but a comet do you think
RBOLUTIONSPassed trick like that! _
That was a grand meeting*the Board as a legal holiday; only 'seven of the It is rather peculiar why our,farmers a State of Florida' VII. John Rivers lurceny Would, do a .,J

a of Trade held Monday night and those states which joined their fortunes with do' not plant more of this character of ; found guilty. I And It 1> such an easy wayTo d .

who did.not attend missed the chance the Confederacy have done that honor to field crop, as it is one of the best of by the Local Bar Upon the State 'vs. W. E. Bass-'assault and | Because solve w*tills cfcnnot iircbUm punch Us p fae '1

of doing their part to push Kissimmee the memory of ;pavis; but Florida pays stock and chicken feeds( and would always of battery; continued on account of absence Nor put the wretch to sleep' ., j,'
Departure judge .Kribbs. ..
py And If we.could his nIb. I o
to the tribute to both Lincoln and Davis, witness.
of prosecuting -
,
find sale in market. I
th.'front.JI .. .._ a ready any Or sprinkle on It. tall
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h A few pessimists prophesied: that I while Kentucky which was the birth But there are a good many things our In the County Court of Osceola County, State vs. John Parten, illegal sale of A pinch of .alt we haven't room ,

l; land value. in and around-Kissimtnee place of both, makes legal observanceof :! people haveYet to learn, for this is a State of Florida; July' Term, 1910. liquor'in dry county; found guilty and To lock It up In Jail. > .

would take a slump this summer, but l .the birth day of_ neither. -Norfolk. comparatively new'country in the agricultural To. the Hon. T. M. Murphy, Judge* of' recommended to extreme clemency of No, we illl have to let I I// run. ...
N- Said cone-atar/
Virginia-Pilot. Court. sentence suspended upon' When It lifts
court pay;
line and ne"W Ideas ;
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every
the opposite has been the case- _ better then,
-' any
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; :: = = ::: ==:: 0="= The undersigned committee "
and suburban property has gradually j are born and a new.resource and oppor appointed melt of costa Welt know what cans d the Jar.
elty : A great many people think that if tunity is added to the long'list of ad- by ;your honor; yesterday to draw State vs. JuniUH Brown illegal mile But what a lot of trouble It ,
in since the summer
risen _
; price tell from day to day
they telephone or a newspaper table resolutions the Can make
su
I regarding res- of liquor in dry county; found not guilty.
commenced. vantages we have to offer the home- For one th.at I. by mea..rementSo
----s::: 'I i man-a news item concerninglhemselvesor seeker and investor. ignition of your predecessor the non State vs. H. W. Weaver, keeping very Tar 'mway.1!
their family that he will think theyare 1! G. F.: Kribbs, and the of ; Motion .
\V. actually believe there are some appointment house of ill fame; found guilty.
people who would rather pay twice as I Itt. forward. and trying to get their I your honor in his place, beg leave to report for a new trial. A Change. ___. .

much to a mail order house for an, inferior j names in the paper. This is altogethera A fifty-PoundWatermelon. the following resolutions and to State Vo. C. C. Turlington treRspatw;

., afticle, as they would to a local mistaken idea. Newspaper men appreciate The Hon. C.. S. Acree, our representative I suggest that they 'be spread upon the continued tor term, Ability counts, I

,' merchant for the best. The fellow who this little act of kindness upon inthe Legislature.] is known minutes of this court. ? I| State vs. Everett' BOBS;' offensive 5 G1KE and It Ik-usually; i
freaks your part and more no because" it comes I Whereas since the last term of this and lI1 k 4'd 'd4'm.'n. \ 0 entirely willing y h'
h paid this world was filled .with throughout Osceoln cpuntvforhis many | speech; plead guilty < .___
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direct it is little trouble to and able! to count
very court lion. G. F. Kribbs. )I I
acts of kindness and and county judge of court
certainly spoke a parable. generosity cy
---- -- phone us anything you may know in the II of Onceola and ex-cflicio I ,,,, dullars. J
-- -- -- none are ever surprised 1 when he. with- county judge State vs. Theodore Forsytli, ]larceny;
L d There are two things in this world way of a news item..and. rest assured I out'the least warning{, leaves his card'' of ire county court of said county re-i found! guilty. I Dou't -work sohurd

that when you do want them you want we won't think you are "just trying' to at their homes' in the shape of a deli '' signed Ins office on account of his removal '! State vs. William S lhvuJI. violating A that you forget -
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them awful bad and awful qUick-a get your name in the paper. A.news from the state to > '
cious piece of fruit or a basket of vegetables Britlgewater.North cattle inspection !laws; not guilty what you need
doctor and a newspaper. Therefore paper is public property, and ft' is agmuchyour grown on his magnificent farm Carolina; and I State vs. Lee Skipper failure tocnm- r the money for 1
small duty as one to keep it I Ply I with cattle inspection law; ,plead 1
a we would suggest that you give a any south of this town and on the west' Whereas lion. T. M. Murphy wasappointed
I' v v amount of your time studying how to intpr..sting.Lakeand] News. shore of Lake Tohopekahga. Therefore :, by the Governor to till the I gUIlty me.r.Y'f; sentence costs suspended' upon pay- I I The secret: that '1

keep the one well and the other pros. when he appeared at the Valley Gazette vacancy on said bench; j j J te vs. George Uronson\ offensive. ci a woman''wo.n't I
"The of Florida and asked) | clemency \ tell la uo secret, '
perou.i .. people are looking office on Saturday last with a 50- I Resolved that in the resignation and spe..chpl..ad; guilty
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= --- 0 forward to Osceola county; becomingone I pound watermelon we took it for I removal of Judge Kribba the b..nchind I of court. !
i If the people in the North who are richest and just State vs. ArzeliuH! MeNeal vagrancy; Try to get yourself lu position to
of the
very most attractive bar of Oxceola county have liuffl"red'a :
granted and, calling the entire force I I
nolle state.
from the heat, could be made i pressed by welcome tlie-iuei'liable wbeu It arrives
suffering
cllmite-of in the state says the St. ''and a few .outsiders together.. we fell serious" lose] Judge Kriub having !'.. '. State vs. Marvin Lunkford, .assault from Its long journey.
to believe that the Kissimmee Cloud Tribune. "The county has ].800' foul of it with a will -find ate till we ed on the bench with marked dignity and battery; continued on account of 1There ,
equals that of any mountain or miles of and I i the absence of witnesses by consent of -
square area its population, could eat more and still there was impartiality and courtesy and having i and defendant are people who are cheerful !
seaside resort in America, it would be I state
has more than doubled since the establishment plenty left for the cowWe all thank I established l in his practice. an enviable I State vs. Gad Curry. assault and battery even lu n dentist's shop

necessary to build a thousand new pf the St. Cloud colony. It ed and then thanked again Mr. Acree I reputation for ability as a lawyer and I ; ; plead guilty Tined;,!!r> and costs I

houses to accommodate the number shows a more rapid growth in population and wished "he and his'n would live for public spirit and integrity as a citi- l: of prosecution. It you Lave to butt lu do it with so ;
that would come here.. than any other Florida county." zen. State vs. Henry Matthews, violating much decision that the surprise will
4 - -- I long and proaper"-and bring us another
cattle inspection lawn continued by
i I There Is some excuse for a person This ill a splendid showing and it is watermelon. Resolved] further that the bar of Osj j consent. l ; make them forget that you did It. I

pleasant to be able to add that St. I ceola welcomes hm hon- Muse the
living in a remote country village pat county) hereby : i I Anderson plead guilty to
mail order but there is Cloud is not only growing with remark : PROHIBITION QUARTET ''or, T. M Murphy upon his elevation larceny of whisky from the depot A baby can upset a whole household !
ronizing houses William Ashton was tried and found of raising its ,
able 'rapidity, but is also being made a from the ranks of citizenship to the dignity by the simple expedient:
absolutely none that a Kissimmeeite I I trinity of selling whisky in a dry county voice.
can offer. The stores in this town com- cleanly law-abiding progressive and of this bench, and further assures This morning the case of John Mack ,

favorably with those found in delightful place in which to live.-- I Will Give a free Entertainment at I the court of the hearty and sincere cooperation -:t. charged with the farceny of whisky Dou't tbe Inevitable Just
pare I I worry over ;
Times-Union. from the,depqt, is being tried and this
and support of this bar in the I
Court House
large cities, and they are deserving of Tuesday Night. 'uafternoon the cases against the fishermen let U ,Iner.Making .

PTW all the patronage our people have to Plant Sweet Potatoes.Do The Stetson Students Campaign Quartet discharge by the court of judicial' charged with illegal seining, will r
bt-ltoW. responsibilities and duties. be heard. good may not be entirely '
not forget that this is ideal I ill one of the many agencies that P. A. VANS AGNEW. Sentence is yet to be passed in a number synonymous with being rood, but It (

For the past ten days New York, weather and the ideal time of the i will be employed by the Anti-Saloon |I J 1.. MOON. of cases. answers tbe purpose.
'' year League of Florida in the interest of establishing .
Philadelphia, Washington And other II H. D GEIGER .
to plant for a sweet potato crop. You Will Never Know
The
the
7'a Eastern cities have been sweltering under prohibition in state. If the actress has an array of beautiful -
\ Sweet which about fif-
1.- a blanket of sultry heat and according potatoes, cost Quartet is now touring the entire state Enthusiastic Meefing.Continued the real value of a check account or" gowns the women will all Tote
teen cents a bushel to produce are .
to the press dispatches hundreds I'and will give thetr entertaiment in the fully realize the many advantages of a (that the sbow was a good one.
worth about forty cents a bushel as a '
of prostrations and deaths have result- court house fin this city next Tuesday bank credit or know the esteem in
pork producer. They ought to be somewhat I night. There will be no admission ( from first page.) Perhaps we" should not feel so bad
of who
eeL In the meantime the inhabitants which the man pays by check is
Kisslmmee have along the even mixed with other feeds, but they charged and we look for a crowd that gusting: sight, but a menace to ,the held by the, business men until you get about high prices It We bad more
gope
can be made to put most of the fat on can not be _seated. health of our people. habit. money. "Anyway, It is worth considerin -
book"
their [the "check
... tenor of" way.IIJeeplngundercover the bones of the hogs. This is the low. boys 'with The officers of the Hurter Land Co. '
The been
have meeting enthusiastic
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r at night and enjoying the cool. breezes Profit by starting a check account :
est estimate. The market price is usually were to take the initiative in -
in their requested
.. .. (..receptions, college with us now. There js no) gain in wait tt: :
bjr day,, ., . from fifty cents to a dollar and'oJoniiation Good FcrtunKls seldom at borne ..';
per the land
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,. town (DeLand having 650 people out organizing '
What is probably the largest grape bushel. ) lag It-is just aX easy and far betterto wheu we try to get bet:,, on tile telephone '.,,, ,",' :;'; -
to hear them;;and ,so well did they Companies, doing business jn this state, ;
thafi to wait until to ;
'fruit,tree In Florida is on the place of Therefore take Advantage of the ideal please their audience that they were Invited into one body or 'association, to the end begin today' ' ,, ., . "j"-:'nE t' \ jWhfi.Th'9 < ,,'

r' J. G. Horn 'about three miles east weather and ideal date and ideal soil to give 'anotlrer performance be- that the best interests of Florida will morrow. .
Your account will be appreciated no
... f..Lareo. This tree has a circumfer- being sure to combine a proper porpor- fore a union service of all the churchesthe be served. mailer how large or how small the A Midsummer Con
ence of seven feet and eight inches tion of the ideal fertilizer, Which is the I' Sunday following. They are the During the session there were many .
t three feet above the ground. It is of the Bear start. A musical treat a midsumme con--
cheap product barnyard.
in fact nearly
k biggest hit ever sent out by any league speeches made everyone State Bank of Kmsimmee ; .
? I cert to be givenlby the KissimmeeX r-
old and produces in mind also that the will .
s f About forty-five years opportunity and the people of Kissimmee will miss present had something to say all '
an Average of about. sixty boxes of soon pass. In your enthusiasm do not i! something if they fail to pack the court being of a very optimistic nature and To the Ladies of KissimmeeThe chestra and other local talent for tht
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benefit of the Village Improvement Society
'fruit per year. The tree has paid the undertake a bigger crop than you can house Tuesday; nightThis when the meeting adjourned it was
Pioneer Plumbing Shop cJ11l your and the orchestra.
( take proper care of.-.Tampa Times. with the understanding that. not another -
season.Indtutrld Record. i | public work is something entire- I attention to their A 1 Bath Tuba lavatories The-concert will be given at the audi-
: failure to meet on account of no
ly new. They have all the vim and .
I etc. of the
torium Osceola High School Fri-
We Can Sell ;
with its Your Property dash for which noted, I quorum would be: registered against the
The Times desires to butt in college boys are If your husband cannot time to day evening, July 29, beginning at 8
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usual friendly freedom in support List your property with us for quick'': and splendid ability as well. They are I Board of Trade. call on us, come and see lint ur goods I o'clock.A .

frt x. And encouragement of the proposition action. We have the clientage and can ', Christian gentlemen, and can always be The next meeting will be held Mon- yourselves. We have now /time (be- large audience in particularly requested -

y for the'.construction of an electric railway sell any property of merit at its valueif 1 counted upon to deport themselves ad- day eight, the 25th, and the officers fore the water main i in placM) u attend to be present, aa the ladies are

from Kiasitnmee by way of Orlan- listed with us. We spend the moneyto 'mirably. They come from the best families make the special request that as many to. your wants and install our I anxious to raise funds to have the cement

do and Sanford to,some point on the I get tha people here and can sell to ,, ol Florida an 1 are heartily in earn- members be present as possible as goals at low figures.We walk in front of the school house

4/ east:,coast. When completed, or even them if your prices Are right and your est to help carry the state dry. matters ot extreme importance will be are always happy to ,exhibit our I built.

assured we wlH move to extend from. property desirable. Come list your t The personnel of the Quartet is as present. goods 1 Admission, children 25 cents; adults
'-- 35 cents. Reserved seats 50 cents.
1, Kisslmmee! by'-way of Lakeland and property now. i follow.: Doyle E. Carlton) Wa chula; Large desk blotters for Bale at this I. II. EDMUND SwanKy, I Don't forget the date Friday even

Plait City' to Tamps.-.-Tampa- Times. 28-tf Nelson Realty Co. ]! If. C. Garwood, Green Cove Springs; office for 10 cents. ; Prop. Pioneer Plumbing Shop. i ing, July 29, at $.o'clock. 292t>

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\A People are just waking up to the fact that the Kissimmee Prairie is a storehouse of wealth. It will

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


a ._ Where on earth can a man find an ideal climate, such as weha"ve in the Kissimmee Valley, in combination -
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"' That is what we are really selling in Florida, soil and climate. Without the climate the soil could .

Lj: : : the r not produce so abundantly, and on any other soil the climate could not be so beneficial.


And then think of living jn a climate where malaria. and heat prostrations are unknown, and where

there is no coal to buy or chilly raw weather to endure.. Get away from these things. What is the use

Beautiful i of enduring them when it isn't necessary .


k 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.Get .
KissimmeePrairie

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

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


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Gazette : For Sale''j:: "ou'r'pocf mules.; - Missea4nna) -McCallisUr and Helen a'',

', i 29-tf .;.,j J4 w. Miller\f .Uniaiiis spenjt Wednesday-, Orlando.,4 ; t
.i-LP..ON-. 11. 1,I ; SOCIETY' HAPPENINGS //t
'Wood strand five Miss EI1alyMay i
,, per $1.25; strands, Gilbert has returned
85.,75. 29-tf KledmmeeLumberCo.Candied '. '
from a visit to friend at Umatilla. / '
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PUBLISHED, EVERY FRIDAY J6c Nlemeye ... nnn BABIES: 4'YWANTED '
<' I pickle.. lb. at I A handsome new soda fount has just MISS MILDRED LEE. Editor ** _
.; ---BT_ I,&; Wiley's.' 28-tf v been installed at Roberson's]Phar..a y. -: Society I ; ." ,

w.' ,HARRIS.; I Fresh Buy your shoes from 'A.. S. Gilbert. \ Col. &, F.; Fletcher of Tartpa Was in .Anr" w t.Mil to to few win U fftnctot*. Pause N.. '1f ',. ,' UOO ,
.\ stock, low"prices 26tf "
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toe city Tuesday on business before>the I /' i.,
rwawMw Go to J. M. Post to county court *. , ,.,.. ..... '
...,,.,: and clocks repaired.get your Jewelryi'watchea ? [Miss, Inez \Carson. society corre ,,/ Mr. and ""Mra. ,C. ,A. Carson and AT." .. \). *! 1

.. : Weatlier..Reporb 4 i" Mrs. J./"T Mitchell and .children' left spondent! for"the_ __Valley Gazette: ;;las J I daughters,,'Annte and Inet,' J left Wednesday
--For'
Skle-Cootf Tfo: T cook .love today for Webster.Fla. ; where they i ;
. I ; gone to Hot Springs, Ark., to be absent for ,Hot Spring, Arkansas; "
sell cheap. S. W. Downing. 28-tf will spend a month visiting relatives. Wildct's i
I' from the city for several! weeks4/w I where they have engaged a cottage'forthe Studio
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? ,Following aril the daily temperatures Have seen:the- 'limit" Walk Mrs ,A Gilbert and children she hiA ulIng. .. F :
.e you In. Geo. sincerely hop swill enjoy > summer: They ':willbe Joined In -\j\,.
1 ''rl ..3 and precipitation! as I Oven" just arrived at C. W. Jann,'.. returned home' from Dade City this i ; ,While Miss Carson,I. away .Miss Jacksonville by 'Charles' Canon. Jr., \'>1' >>
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by the Government week, .where been visiting '
. reported Kii'simnW for the 6 ore doses "-66O" will cure any caseof relatives for sometime. 1.! ' .. Mildred Lee' has kindly >consented t.o', who has been spending fewxlays.with .
station at Chills and Fever .. take her place the and m
Price, 26c. 1.-6Q10.. on paper, any his brother James fit'
; ,, week ending July 14, 1910. Iee: Major T. M.r Murphy is having, wrote "
Sheriff F. B. Tlppens ot: countywas items of a social nature\ communicatedto -
Prentis sells Kim alf pianos and or'.ganl. tage built on his lot south ,r the court _
sax "1M. HAW .. See him a) The Home Store. in the city. Tuesday on official busipgss he by phone or "otherwise will be On. Tuesday .evening 'Miss Kate: house. ,. .
observer
and interested of a _
wa an I a r..
21tiList appreciated and receive '
b Friday . 95 73 the workings of our county court. I prompt attention O'Berry entertained a card party, in Mrs. -L W. Pilley is having her real-

I . 93 7J your pioperty with ;H. D. Waring .-EDITOR] honor of her charming cousin, Miss dance overhauled and considerably en-,
Saturday '
I & Co. for quick sale at State Bank Mrs. E. A. Gilbert has returned home "I Peacock of Lake. "City. larged. I" V ro
: Sunday.. . ...; 92 68 2 18 building., 23.tf from Tampa, where she went last weekto Some of Kissimmee's young people, '. : m "
MondayTuesday. . 91 72. r attend the funeral of her brother-in- ," Mr. and Mrs. Edward Done' a ,'of '
J i I . . . 91. 78 11 For Sale .kt a:Bargain-Sawmill, 5,000 law, O. K.'C aw ord. who attended the dance .at St. Cloud Miss Lessie Orm.b,. of Lakeland> Is' Waldo are the .guests ,of relatives\ '
., !. 74 . feet capacity-and timber. Apply to Monday night, were: Misses Bessie visiting Miss Ruth Overstreet this this ity. ',
Wednesday. 91 2 Thursday . 90 74 . day night from Coronado Beach where: Kathleen Mr. Dennis $lens is having the lura- .
Wanted-To exchange double-barrel he accompanied Mrs. Hicks and Mrs. t fe cttAdeline Donegan, ber placed on the ground for the erection
I breech-loading shotgun for a bicycle.' Pearce on Saturday. Mama Prather, Ruth Thomas; Messrs. Mrs. H. M Plum entertained the of'a residence on his lot. "/
' Address box 697,_ city 29tf Fred Gilbert. Howard Hat, Pat Johnson ladies of the Talent Tea at her home I ,
of the St. Cloud Mr.. J. K. Prevatt who Is
; I II Editor R. W. Jolly r Friday afternoon. now located
Earl A .
For Sale-A new hot water incubator Tribune, was in the city,, last night on' Lupfer Woodfin Canon veryi Interesting near' Alva on the Caloosabatchie p,
and brooder; capacity 125 eggs.29tf his way north to spend a three week. Clydd Nelson, George' Parker, James program was rendered and refreshments river has been hi the city this week in a

I THE LOCAL FIELD. 1 ' G. M. Snyder. vacation. Buckels and William Prather. were served, consisting of sherbet, attendance upon the County, Court k

.1 Grapes 25c basket LeConte pears Mrs. C. A. Barnes, wife of a former punch, cakes and salted peanuts.Wist . Mr. C. E. Franklin, is budding a six- .
25c basket and all ki'rids of fresh nuts Orlando typo,-who has been seriously ,Mr. Luther Mershon. of Gainesville, room residence on MabbetU street,

. -""" -. at Niemeyer &: Wiley's 28-tf ill for many Months, has gone to Ala- Fla., is visiting' his aunt, Mrs. E. A. Mabel Parker is- home after an which when completed, will be occu-

..--- For Rent-Several, nice office rooms bama. Orange County_Citizen. Bearden. extended visit north. ._ _, .. pied by Capt. H. M. Breaker. :* ., ...
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Wade, the tuner: Orlando. in Fraternity Hall. Apply to C W. Capt. J. T. Turner, the popular conductor Mr. J. S. Wallace, of Wichita, Kan- '' t .
I Dann Secretary. 27-tf on the Midland Railway, left Cashier N. B. Carson of the State 1 Col. P. A. Vans Agnew has 10 far lall, who is spending several days In the N-
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I w Pictures framed at the Home Store.RcrnnantefOwen8aleatC.W.Dann'a. H. M. Breaker has the best proposition i- this week for Virginia to spend a month Bank left this week for Hot Springs, covered from his rec -nt Illness as to re'l city on a visit to. his son. purchased a ,

...' eyer put on the market in Florida recuperating at hIs old home. Ark., where he will spend a month or able to travel, and left Thursday place Sand located here some months ." y
: of muck hammock andpine longer for the benefit of his health. Virginia to spend some time with Mr. ago. Mr. Wallace will return ,home in ,, I'
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Remnants in lace and embroidery at -4,000 land. acres '28-tf Dr. D. M. Breaker has purchased a During his absence his place will be E. N. Fell. Later he expects to takea a short time, but expects to spend next "- .
j t. W. )Dunn' 27tfDwellings ,, at $25 per acre lot in West Kinsimmee, adjoining Mrs.. filled\ by Hon. C. A. Carson, presidentof sea voyage for the benefit of his winter in Florida. .
Cornell's and will build a residence that Institution.The .
place h..alth. and
hopes to
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inthe -
1 Have you heard about that candy away, the Mr. W, B. Makinson has just returned -' _. r
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on right in fall fully
for rent, apply) to M. Til- Stored' it 15c restored and ready for
: i I II I new Cite Fruit Try Nelson Realty Co. has just closed bueir 4Ss. N from a trip through the North and '
l' ler. a ll>., 2 for 21&s:. 1 was. surprised too. Mrs. J. W. Oliver and four of heir a deal with Itev. K. H. Brock, of Cows } West, and states that he found whenever "
: 25.tf children left Monday for her old homeat Picturesque Florida hew nt the Gazette had- '
the Hull BaasMarket ley, Kansas for a 10-acre farm in Park for July is now Valley
I For fresh No. fi"h.18V.I phone 19-tf' Office fixtures filing cabinets and Wedowee Ala,, to spend the remainder Garden, and( he will at'once begin the on sale at the news stands. Besides the preceded him, and told of the wonderful
i I labor !saving devices of all kinds. Yaw- of tI e summer with relatives. improvement of same. Another fine usual number of pretty pictures this opportunities we had to offer the home-

.1 MrCall's pattern!: and publications at 1 man & Erbe make See Prentis at the H. Geiger of Apopka passed flowing well was brought In at Park number contains many sketches whichiniicate seeker, and that the people were anxious '
A. S. GIlbert 25tf :: Home Store. ' tf Attorney enrouteto Garden last week, and the well drillers great progress all over the to talk of and learn more about
I -, through the city on Thursday have a/contract for several others state. Readit and sehd Ito your this section. Mr. Makinson stated to a V V.
1 For dressed _I><.1ultry, phone the Rull ;i Sewing MachinesAgency for Singer Kissimmee, where he will practice Citizen. Northern friend who has the 'Florida I party of friends that In his opinion the t
189. lttf\ his profes ion. Orange County Mr. S. D. Ferris has been appointed fever" of the '
bans Market. No. I I machines Cash or on easy payments. This interesting magazine iI' 1,000 copies Valley Gazette sent t
1 11 I 3.00! [per month Machines rented. deputy county surveyor by' County Surveyor published at Orlando by O. C. Wllk out by the commissioners was doing ;p
1 Agency of the, White Star Laundry"at 21-tf The Home Store. Col. Cadman and wife of Narcoosnee Oliver, and is now prepared to and is doing a great work in building? more to advertise and bring people to
Store Phone 164. :*- were-in the city during the week.Col.. receive orders and take work in -- -
the Home on
---1 rr any up the state. From't'over to Cover this section than any other agency.!
Strayed I or Stolen-Gray mare, 15 Cadman comes for medical treatmentnot I part of the county, his offices being there is always something interestingin h __ __
-1 j Mutton, fresh fat and fine, at the-j hands nigh, black feet and tail. Re- being in his usual good health. I rooms 11 and 12 in the State Bank Picturesque Florida.Mr. .
Hull Bans Market phone 189. 19-tf\ ward if returned to Ingram's stable. Orange County Citizen. : building. Mr. Ferris has had yvjh-s of New Hotel *

I Spend your cash with UB and get a i iI 29 lt-pd! The contractor hu'begun work on i and practical experience In with his tLe pro(highest'usion, Matthew HLand and Miss Gor- Mr R. B. Savage informs the Valley ,
A. S. Gilbert. 25tf residence of Mr. A. comes among us dina M. Pope came to Kissimmee by
set of dishes free i iI Florida Schools for Florida Teachers.Let the concrete stone '
I iI I recommendation.Mr. auto from Orlando Thursday evening Gazette that he has let the contract to 3y
the end of Main street. ,
me find one for coming term. K. Thomas at
Coupons given with every (cash purchase you HERBERT A. SPEIR, North Kissimmee. which will be one of and were married at the Presbyterian N. F. Bass for a concrete block hotelto
I redeemable in dmhes at A. S.Gilbert's. 26 t Sept J Marianna, Fla. the handsomest in the city when com- M. D. Casler and son arrived in Manse. They were accompanied by be erected on his l lot between Makinaon's '
2 tfI' this city last week from Parish, Oswego their friends Miss Sarah Taylor, Messrs. ri
I pleted. store and the railroad. The
county N. Y.. bringing their household Robert Holland _ .
An intelligent] person may earn $100 and W. L. Tillinghast, y
For bargains in resident property monthly corresponding for newspapers.No The Osceola Telephone Company has goods and furniture and expect to of their home town, and Mr. F. S. Gil- new building will contain about thirty
truck lands and orange groves call on canvassing.l Send for particulars.. awarded the contract for extension of purchase a place and make their home bert, of Kissimmee They took the p rooms only, but will be connected with .
H. M. Breaker. KisBimmee. Fla. 4-tf Press Syndicate, B2245, Lock port N.Y.. its.;. line from Pt' horn to. Ba singer here, Mr. Caster is well pleased) with o'clock train for Tampa wheretheywill the upstairs over Makinson'a store ,
.,to County Commissioner J. S. Stratton, our section and will engage in poultry spend a week and will then make
For choice 6-acre) suburban home 'desirable COx raising and trucking. He will be which will also be partitioned off into
Several
For Sale- lots who has already begun work getting joined their home in Orlando. They have the '
tracts see Kill imme-e Gardens. 150 feet, desirable locality, prices rang- out the poles and setting them in place. by 'his wife as soon as he is permanently best wishes of their many friends in twenty rooms making about fifty bedrooms _
20-tf J. M. WillBon.. Jr. ing from fifty dollars up; monthly installment i lo ated. Orlando' and.Kiesimmee. in all. .e l lV
plan, perfect title. Mr. and Mrs. S, C. Bonshire of New- -V
' 7 We can eel!jour' orange grove for a reasonable ARTHUR E. DONEGAN, ark, Ohio, who spent several days in :
price on short notice. List with 28-tf Kissimmee, Fla this city on a prospecting tour, delighted 'yX
ue and allow us a chance to verify this the congregations at the Meth- .
statement. 28-tf R. D Waring&Co.: 'The person who buys the 4.000-acre odist church last Sunday morning and I
tract of muck and hammock land one evening with their magnificent singing.At .
Muck land near Kissimmee on which and a quarter miles from Kissimmeeat
flowing( wells can be obtained is l bringing $25 per 'acre will double his moneyin New Smyrna's municipal election t
from $100 to 200 per acre. I can twelve.months. Write H. M. Breaker held last week Mr. L. J. Griffin fatherof --
Hell you the same kind of land for *25 Klssimmee, Fla., and he will tell Messrs. C. W. and J. C. Griffin of

an acre. H. M. Breaker. 2g-tf you al: about it. . 28-tf this city, led the ticket for alderman, ..

and their uncle. Dan J. Bell, was elect- .. .
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For Sale-One of the few tracts
mail
can start a
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order Anyone business anywhere at home. No canvass land within the city limits tbaU has not ed mayor'of that city .

o ing. Be your own boss. Send for free been subdivided, consisting of 40 acres i; Mr. S. S. Griffin*, who with his family .. A ONE ; r ,
p' booklet. Tells how., Heacock, A 2144. adjoining land selling for $50 and C60 Is spending the summer at his groveon (, "' ,
iJwt 1 Lock port, N., Y.4 per acre; my price for quicjc. ) sale $27,50 Lake Butler, was a_ visitor in this .. '-.
per acre. last Tuesday Sam is one of Orange '
city ,
;.JJ; ,'For Sals-Five acre Iota, within Address A. W. GUSTUR', county's leading.real estate dealers X CENT STAMPwill ,
rPrl '" "" / sight of the city limits. 'Price 175.. 28-tf Sanford Fla.' and has a host of friends both in ,
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;, Installment plan perfect title.: The Demareea'haVe returned' and Orlando.and Kfssimmee.
E- DONEGAN.28tf ,- '
ARTHUR ,
taken f. their hotel, the At-
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:' Kissimmee... Fla. potmessioif and The statement of the SjUt. Bank of .
Coronado Beach
lantic house, at ,
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Kissimmee phows that institution to be ask for it-
I have for sale 4,000( ) } acres of land will make special: low rate to.all desiring in a most flourishing and prosperous us an '
to spend a week or month on this
near KiKbimmve that will produce 11,000 condition. The deposits June 30th
worth of vegetables every year. I am beautiful beach. Bathing fishing, au- amounted to $176,866.10, with a .!.urpluBof lustrated book de-
I offering it for sale at $25 an acre. H. toing. Everything ed.Up-to-date. Hotel 1 120,000.Mr. ,- . .., Vs. t '
M. Breaker 28-tf thoroughly scree -
28-2t T. B. DBMAREE, Prop. K. D. Collier and wife left today IT ?

For Sale-Nice four room cottage, for a visit of two months to their old scribingKISSIMMEE.
Barn of
well desirable! local- Mr. Carrington president + sr
verandas, flowing
homes in North Carolina Mr. Collier'sbeing '
the Kissimmee Land Co., has been in
liberal terms.ARTHUR .
ity, price $6001 at Goldshoro and litre. Collier's at
the city a day or so this week looking
E. DONEGAN,
N after the interests of his Linda. It has been six years since they
-tf Kissimmee Fla. company.Mr. visited the placea of their birth, and
Barn is very sanguine over the
FVr of 1,000 of Kisaimmee' Park and expects they anticipate seeing many changes,

trees arui Sale-Orange 40 acres good grove hammock land Rroapects big developments at that- place both the absence in the character of familiar of faces the towns that.have and [ [ ; PARKtl:
and winter.
with water fro \on Florida threesidee Midland, onequartermile railroad. the coming fall passed over into the other and unknown : u Sri

Rpr price ancKierms write) lion. W. L. Palmer, of Orlando, one v t

S. GRIFFIN, Gotha. Fla. of Florida's foremost lawyers was .. J* tl Mi
transacting business here this week.

For Sale-Five hundred, acres high Col. Palmer is a good friend of the and
pine and hammock'lamU, with clay subsoil Valley Gazette and in conversationwith world.Moving containing .only ;
fronting on Lake .Butler, near its editor, 'while in the city, was that we can prove. \ I
Midland railroad. Will sell, either as a ,kind enough to say that he regarded One of "
Terms to this as of the best weeklies our statements
whole or in small tracts. paper one .
suit purchasers. S. S. GRIFFIN, in Florida. V : it is not excessively hot it winter"t '4 "

29-tf Gotha Fla. The frame building next to the store da. Ttott will be t\ r

For 'Sl Arthyr G. Dustin strain j of M. Kate which was bought by J. A. you viffit( us now. \ 4
white Wyandotte cockerels for breeding Lancaster from Mrs. Pilley, has been Pictures ;:
purposes, 2.00 each. Orders left removed by the, purchaser, and the con- Why not) use this season \ .
with Waters & Carson Grocery Co. will tractor is cleaning the ground of rub- pare 'a home that will j 4
tif filled, or call at Pinedale Chicken ,bish preparatory to erecting a handsome I
Farm and see them for yourself. ; two-story brick building, which night to escape the rigors of neat\ '_ ( .
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26-4t pd Seaberg & Crawford.Let 'will be occupied by the Osceola Pharmacy every '' .
I 1 when completed. at the .. I
me help you make a fortune. I "I
have 3,000 acres of muck and ]1,000 I i There will be a grand picnic and barbecue ': ';. ., .\ '

acres of hammock and pine land with at Grasshopper, three miles west ELECTRIC .... \ ,
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of Big Pine on September -- -' -. 1. '"
ten minutes ride by buggy of K ssim-I,' entertainment will consist of music, : .. .. .....
mee that I will sell you for #25 an acre; ''dancing, horse ractiig, tournament rid- ' .. j ,
part cash, balance on time. H. M. ing and foot racing, and a silver cup I
Breaker, Kissimmee, Fla. 28-tf will -biven/ the rider of the fastest. THEATERPROGRAM 4 .
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home. Everybody invited.
If you want the best body of land jn Doily ,

Jo'iorida-land that will produce .*1,000 Mr. W S. Alyea: and son and daughter -
worth of vegetables to the acre and William and .Blanche, left on Mon-
which is only one and a quarter miles day night for Atchison, Kans., the (Tonight)
from KiBsimmee, with five miles of wa- childreneturning home after three 1 I V
ter frontage, immune from frosts anda weeks pleasantly spent visiting their I I Kissimmee-
railroad running through it-I can sell father, and Mr. Alyea to remain only FoolFRIDAY, JULY 15th Valley :
it to you for half what is being asked two months attending to private! business _. V ;
for less productive land that has fewer and,traveling! over the Western 1. The Christmas. : .
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Conveniences and no railroad facilities. state's in search of capitalists who de- -
4. \ M. Breaker, Kissimmee, Fla. 28-tf sire'to part with a portion of their 2, Romance of the' Crafty Usur- Land Company ,

wealth for some Florida dirt-the richest pers.
'The public attention ia called to the on earth.
fact that such well known and knowingof The Inheritance of Durand .
our citizens as Hon. C. A. Carson, Mrs. A. S. Nelson and dough -- -- _.- ---
lion Arthur E. Donegan. Hon. John Grace returned home last Saturda The Blacksmiths '

Lee, Dr. Hicks and J. F. O'Berry have from Wichita Kansas, where they were ---- -- J. E. MATTOCKS, Manager KISSIMMEE FLORIDA '
. had installed, or are having installed' called some weeks ago, on account of 4. Humble Heroes ,

bath tubs, closets, lavatories, etc.;sold the serious illness of Mrs. Nelson's ---- ---- -...
I and placed by the Pioneer! Plumbing mother. The many, friends of Mrs. ........
Shop, who goods Nelson will be pleased to know that her Performance begins at 8 o'clock.: .. .
set up by lnt-clase'workmen. Place mother is now considered out of danger I
PRICES lAND 10 CENTS \
orders pefore the rush, which i. surely and is fast regaining health and hopes to .d.J";
\ ''y coming. Live and let live. be able to spend the coming winter I N1KJLIS &: GIANNESK1S 4r

H. EPMOND SWABEY, Prop.. with her daughter in this city. I Proprietors.
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Or Do You Work For.the Growth and I Oh And what how a It sight.....t.It the la to
4 S yt ; E. L LESLEY COMPANY 1 Development of Vou'r Hern Town I Kxaltant makes to Imagination the skiesWhen run Ideal Fertilizers.

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Close on the "beets of "oppldlsm Mary (1'1.... up her tray
",.Id iJ, I the word suggested by "correspond Fromkettle, pan and pot ,
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FULL LINE OF word coined by Mayor Brand WhIt. An Interest In afalreAnd -
_ a lock of Toledo. In the distant background put I To IHIO a place on our regular list a formula must not only pro
GENERAL .HARDWARE .' My troublea and my camHer duce results but results with u PROFIT. The user of fertilizer I
t Mayor Wbltlocfc used the word to .* form la plump her face In fair I considers the effect hi.
on pocketbook the REAL
1 Te l.. .....1... fursiltaro. Pal.tll.OIl..ael< Varalshc. llavtware-....... press the love a citizen bean or should Her' smile I. kind and Beet : IDEAL FERTILIZER produces the result for I
.ry..d DI.h.. P.IILI.eetO.sta Paral.101.. .. Hat bear to tils city, just as patriotism But IB what better ahefbring atUI" that.meet.to eat my.raze 'I with Nature. The preference ef each class right of effect vegetation it for works its I II
.. aaiit Caps", Ladle* Ho.... means the love a man bears for bis I source of plant food ill carefully\ .studied! as well .a8 the proper proportions
country or fatherland. Mayor WhJt- I watch her/movements as ahe sets to Rive f perfect balance -no lack, no wante.
GRAIN, FEED AND FERTILIZERS lock's aeo-LatLnlsm Is derived from The dlahet all In place With proper application of proper food vegetation outgrows'diseaeea
-. _. 4 the Latin word "clrls." which means And I. full notice of life that,and her raco.every act I I i and Insects to a great extent, and being strong and vigorous,
citizen or "clTltas," meaning citizen And oh. admiration STOW I I produces fruit that is pleasing to the eye and palate, and brings
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Grocery Located on N. Y. Ave., 2 doors from t. Cloud Hotel As In her hands I rt>y financial. returns pleasing to the grower' .
Hardware Store Penn. Ave., near 11th St. ship.In The very dlahei that I like. j Do not lose the maximum profit due you by using{ poorly balanced
4 his message to the city council In plant food from IDEAL .
Backed up by homemade 1'1,1 I improper sources. stands for PROFIT
OUR PRICES ARE LOWEST Aaeattt for PULLBR JOHNSON which the word "clrltlsm"! occurred I i ,,
Parat P.r.E.aly.e:! Toledo's chief magistrate used another I 'We IIk.t leant I own I'doA Call on our local agent .-
word of bin own manufacture. It was pretty girl and bright I WATERS & CARSON
FVRNZ2'VRE: : I Her every look and motion< a GROCERY CO.,
} ,! "clYjcldes. by which term he characterized i To our supreme delight. I or address
CASH OR INSTALLMENTSPcss those persons who for selnih i But for our' permanent regard I
r . motives obstruct public works and Unwavering and strong I Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer .
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JUST READ 'EM OVER. "I have been driven to desperation." -
"You haver .

PLUMBING AND STEAM flTTING: A Ceuple of Queries and Answers .f I "Yes." '
I : Interest to Many People. ""What InT"" Na F.CONTRACTOR. BASS
I In hometown till'
Q. When you buy your
y "Ye Automobile, carriage or the
o the goods you ueed. whom do *
L. B. CRISSMAN you help A.Yourself and your police patrol?"
i because ot I and BUILDER
y ---WITH neighbor\ -yourself part Strong. I.
Where H. Was
the money spent at home la likely to
Osceola Hardware Co. "Can't find work" '1
find Its way back: Into your own pocket you
.... because he has to "Oh, yes. There Is plenty pf that Does General
your neighbor Contracting Building and Furnishes Estimates
r"t Forty:' Years Experience in Large Northern Cities. I rely upon borne trade for a livelihood but not in the line' In which 1 am beat ( on Structures of an size or Dimensions whether -

Only First-class Workmen EmpUfred.Windmill.and for himself sod his family, qualified." T"
{ Oi;;;; It be a Two-Room Cottage or a Tourist Hotel.,\
.,.. ,.,. -_ _: Pump MaterilKK Q. When you send your money to "What can you do best? --
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= mall order houses, "Help Mr. Rockefeller give hie money -
the city to the Makes a Specialty of
borinaARTESIAN
.. PHONE as Always on Hand. KISSIMMEE whom do you benefit and ""whom do a".1''." in which he has met with the greatest success WELLS. : ;,
you harm A. You benefit a man who
''+. Plug the Keyhole. of any man in Florida.
cares only for your money and nothing Pjdn't
,y .. ANNUAL EXCURSION about yourself. You are likely to "Mabel, did I see that young man
t l I harm yourself because you hare to> k.J alnlr/you last night?" Give him your work and it
1 take the word of a stranger that the "No. ''papa." will be well and- quickly dans. KissimmeeF la.. ,
JULY 1ST = goods which he will. Bend yon are the "I thought I did"
same as those be sdvertlses.Uniformity "I don't think ao. We looked very
ROUND TRIP RATE FROM KISSIMMEE TO -. .- carefully first to see that no one was, ,

J J I In Sidewalks.In . In Bight" 11111111+.l..l.+|+[+++4+++++++++++ :
SAVANNAH GA. ,,$7.OO tbe excellent +++++++++++++++it++++++
some towns custom A HinL"Landlord

CHARLESTON S.. C., $9.00 sidewalks Is practiced by of baring securing all uniformity the work: of of radiators, white.', you" ought to paint those THE CASH STORE- I

-.. repairing old and laying new walks ,
"For artistic'effectT""No.
c VIA- dyne! under< the supervision of a sidewalk
When one la In the arctic' regions $ First Door North
committee. of Postoff Ice
a : Atlantic Coast Liner I it I Is pleasant to have the surroundings -
look natural." T* NNN. mI

I "How Substitute did yeu tike For the Oysters.orator There you will find SHOES:;HATS, I

r TICKETS ON SALE JULY 1ST, "He is an'old cannibal." Th. Test.

.r "I FINAL LIMIT JULY I6TH.I I "Where did you get that Idea?" basn't"She she has?' a beautiful complexion! i DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS, all ofbest|| :ti
"He asked us to lend him our e.l'8.-
"T guaranteed" i quality and lowest
JI; prices. I
Tickets, will be food< on regular trains join and. returning. Canal.In "Guaranteed?" + -

iSr : For Information or Pat reservations call on nearest \, order Manchester to coust'ruct' Ship the Manchester "Tes; to turn" rosy on the receipt of Call Before Buying Elsewhere ..
'; "a '.4 Atlantic Coaateket Agent or write I ship canal over 51.000.000 cubic a compliment. L J f
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PROCEEbJNGS: Of -been penned, and had Without his'knowledge GENERAL DIRECTORY' l. MrHENRY

broken out! -After considering
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IiraysioneAuIocarae T. BASS
THE CITY COUNCIL same, the council eill? satisfied it we.an .

' : .. i unavoidable accident was. agreed Of, the Churches and fraternal Societies '" / '

hat the fee due city would be cancelled. : pt l f"'o,

--- QEiIC u; FOR- Kissimmee On motion, the following resolution .f Wssimmee.V Staple and Fancy Groceries ; '
P ( Fla.. *,July S.. 10. was and ,, t
I introduced unanimously -
adopted ,
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1/4/ I i'l'b* Council met" in Vegular seWon, . .
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t there being,present T. M. Rivers Ere*., V\ 'CHURCHES. '
i'KiSSIMMEE'LOIIDA
L Resolved"That the officers ND'U> RY'
Impounding V!
PRODUCE
BUICK Ii -
J. M. Hansell, W. J. Seam and. J.. I*. 4BAPTIST ,.
GAS 1- .
AND '
cattle shall receive the lee allowed .- .. ; : ; .
Gilbert. '
OVERLAND Clerk ,
iast'me.t for such impounding! Reiolved -furler Bunyan Stephens, pastor. ". '
The minute of the ng were ;;
HUDSON
STEAIVTCARSSupplies
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/ read and approved. Report of officers that said officer .port to the Sunday School 45 a; m.N..C: Bry an, 'r .
(WHITE 'I'1 city clerk .each day the number of tattle superintendent. "" r c . "
were examined and approved s Bills ..-.11. PHONE 1T6 :
Impounded.The . ___J Preaching 11 and 7.415 aL-: '
"h were approved and prdered paid u ? a. m. p. '
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clerk was iimtru ted to. notify Prayer meeting 7.45 Tbur day evening, .it t'
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follow.
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; Repairsatid;; Accessories -t he .u rviaor.of't.he A. C. L. Ryl:;to B. Y. B.: U. 7.45 Friday evening. F. JENl . ..
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T Murphy, W u ms,or I 80 00 ,
F Mcfhavter: Sal u ......lIai. .' . 60 00 1 lower ditches; on Midland'railroad In Visitor* always''welceme. I'' "..

LE GARAGE J. ItoEhtttw, oat and feeding prlioicra31. 00 city limits to'level' of ditches made byelty - '.' ,.' . ,. .

ROOM .PHONE ,164 R A BnTd r, sal M polls Ml 00 .. ,
PKESBYTER1AN. .. .
J Z Roterson, til.1 treuorwr .. ,110 00 The'redemption of all taxsal* cer Surveying and
1 ft Ollbart..9l, ii clerk .. .. -3600 I, tificates and subsequent omitted yearOagainst j S. S. Snyder, pastor .\_ : ,. .
freight for '13 W Sunday School 9.45 a. m.-9H. F. '
1 II Rlrern.; ." .ldel'in.D X 00 blocks T. and .U. of\V. A. Pat Parker, superintendent." .. ; Drafting ., J 5
J M lUocwll 400 rick' addition were allowed redeemedat 1
.. .. Christian Endeaver" 6.30 m. 'I.1 1OPTICE
W B p
M.kl.ton M 00 25 cent., of facevalue, without .
J ? .. per _) reaching [every second and feurth .
BULL BASS MARKETarden C Moore ] 00 t
interest redeeming to cost
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le parties\ pay
wJS.r. 400 Sunday at,11, a. m. and 7:30p.: m. IN FRATERNITY. HA4.{
of
W fl HurrlH.-printlnir .. .. itt W\ cancellingThere and choir : '
Prayer meeting practice
Idin One Block from H W U Drew, Ux book -..,,, JO SO being no further business, the KISSIMMEE. FLA '
Depot
Thursdays betore the second and fourth % '
J Z Robenon medicine for prtttonfm f.oKr. ..'. council adjourned to meet in adjourned r it 1
'- i ...... Pharm.c. .. 26 Sundays at 7:00 p. m. 1i
'r Hh Florida Of uJ .klnds. Oauttola Hardwire" Co, md.e . ". 1 HO session Thursday, July. 7th 1910, at Visitors meat cordially invited" to all i

MEA TS J J Dunn, work on Kanltaiy wagon ft VG 7:30 p. m. Cervices. FLORIDA REAl (ESTATE [fOR SALE :.M1, '
and Western <* -.;- f"K NMtonM, drayage for city. ""1 10 J. K GILBERT, Clerk. -

Bond TrnHt Hm-fbr'bond fund 72 WHV ._: . /l .
QBeautifa! winter home sites--situated - -, : ,
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CHRISTIAN.A. : :
A Vain Avmvi.n) city itlv, C month 71 00K
OUL TRY. EGGS. FRESH FISH, iH.Telephone Co phone rent . 1 50 July 7th, 1910. -M. Chishelm, pastor in the Lake Region oj Florida. ."

--.-..' Frat; .rnity Hall routtOJulT 1, 11410.. 1000 The council met pursuant to adjourn. Preaching first, second and third Sundays Trucking and Farming Lands In. larger .
Special dllenlion to Phone Orders and Free -ROM Orates. mdfle for cl', 1 .11Drew I
ment there T. M. Rivers, small tracts ,
being present
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..of each month at 11 a. m. and 7.45p. r,
Delivery lo part of the TioieRAYSTONEI 989 Aivjr, work ou ralabouse 2 DO t
any City. president M. Han ell.] W. J. Sears, m. ;
,1..lH'rlll.n, newer contract (part) 4l!( 00 CITY PROPERTY A SPECIALTY
ITKotundo. Htrect work 4100J J. C. Moore and J. R. Gilbert! clerk. Bible !School:? 9.45L an.-A. W. Win!), k .
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-' u Z Italic-man, nrilvra |xl fOr street. work t:16:: HI Bills were approved and"ordered paid superintendent" ; A. L. Davidson assistant List your property with me for quick ; "

++++++++ ++++ + : : E r I'"un. ".I! .. HUPI of E !. p I6O nu as fellows: I superintendent sales .; ;... ;.
I 1 WISH tell those J M dilbcrl. Nillerior 41 1M') ,
to
w .. N. B. Harris electric: light-poleb 22 50 Christian Endeavor every Sunday .i .1
building that I frcinJit for E 1. P 12 -SI .. H.M. BREAKER
contemplating I
J. R. hoot reels.etc 14 68 at 6.30 ,
Gilbert frgt evening m.
have found and procured the best sand In the U. S. for making I \', Ellin. H lID I I. M. Mishler, part an bewer cpnt.2624 70 Prayer meeting and Choir practice" ev- Sax 176KISSiMMEE. ._ .

blocks. CalT and s(6*e the 'sand Sn3- 1 alUrr-kaWMrti.. ) ""WOT4-------...---._ _-s 40pl.rci W.' B. Makinuorr Co, codas .. 39\ C5jMeBxra. ery Thursday at 7.45 p. m. :' t

the manufactured product. 4\aruo.r. J :'iOJ L.. and Cashier i
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PEN All THE YEAH I JIm"".>,b teak z 20 ,
Never think of building a nice '|> W. C. BASSWholesale 4
of the Citizens Bank having v
house of wood when a stone house : A M !6lur.v,drayagt, 3 10 Norton, j i METHODIST.Jaa. .
o I to 3E>0 per day. 1 ( *,, ., ] :. assured the council that the uonda had costs only 10 to 20 per cent more II K on. ilrflyHdf" J 2 1 T. Mitchell, pastor.:. 4
Special byw.ek or month. .I:. and is fire-proof, waterproor and KOMM :I: for'life <' 'iri"-erjr; 1' TNimMilt.' "Prtp. ..D. !OATEN. MfT. J vermin-proof and a house a telegraph the American Cast Iron I evening. Dealer
Hard\arr intlntf Vi
+ tin.. : Co I ir. ''r
+++++++++++++++++++t W B Mukinkou i'u. OHlfle .1 Ml Pipe Co. to ship water pipe at once. Sunday School 9.45 a. m. -J. ..M. Lee .,
All Wirk sat Miteriil/ CusriittM Firtl-CUjt \
i VVeximKhoime Elec <'o. nieU'rH' '.i 2A The clerk was also instructed to notify superintendent. .

EliM-trlo Appllancu't'o, mdvo . 10 4" the clerk of the circuit court that '
,.******. ..*.**********.* Klssimmce Granitoid Works : E F IIungh.100. mdrn-. zx Ii7CrauOHll the city had used one hundred and night.Prayer meeting.every' .Thursday Fresh IB"ef; Pork and !
/ Parking 1.:0.: iiHckiuK II] J2!
.ATLANTA JOURNAL. JIVANNAH Florida El.ei-frlr Co,ouPplleR llj IKl twelve and one-half carloads! of marl, Choir practice. -- --- -- -- -- - - :
MORNING NEWS -- KIM I ,.nmi.e. I'o w..j
t' 1 \> ':S C c.rw-cry Jo.( wo
TAMPA TRIBUNE J Osceola County OverMreet woo"O! On motion it was no ordered that the I EPISCOPAL.Kev. v
iutyTrepBart, r, for itohoul fund' I7K (MlErry
TIMES UNION J I'adgettr h.1.l .
[ATURDAY EVENING POST J | Itafr Mcl..uK'ilm. .. .. t0 oto( ) estimates on laying vitrified brick per Services every second and fourth Sun-

VALLEY GAZETTE J Abstract Company A J. avidHOD, work on mc'tery feud. 10 mile widths 14 to 18 feet. dayat11,00a.m--: ) )

I Following is the Treasurer's report There being no further business the Communion 2nd Sunday at morning :'
thera" CominR.; Papers" Delivered I:[ C. W. Griffin'
I for the montb of June, A: D. 1910: council adjourned to meet regular services." '+

'SUBSCRIPTIONS TAKENlityFruitStore : 'TIM 1 GENKKAL ",ND. session Tuesday, August 2nd 1910 at Guild meeting" every first Tuesday.- ii
l G P. GARR ,
: aier. To b&Unoc from lut report IIk,6If:' 7:30: p. m.

I f fI. Amt receded from building fund 700 OURci J. R. GILBERT, T. M. RIVERS, FRATERNAL SOCIETIES. FAMILY Groceries. 1
".d from i'lerk 1100Received .
Clerk. President. .7
from Clerk .... u 04HoMived .. .
.1 : Real estate! Collator. )11<'('11.. :20(0
.................... Titles examined and reported from Tu MASONIC. j
on Rued from lax Oolli( tor, t.xo. ):>3Rcc \ 21' ---ANDFRESH -+ --- y
I Taxes paid fqr non-residents .lvad from Marshal. Ion 00Total DAIRY INDUSTRY Orange Blossom Lodge, No. 80, F. &

I Instruments elating; to real estate A. M., meets first and third Monday MEATS :,
-
carefully drawnCorrespondence' I rjht-1 18 nights in .ach.month at 7.30 o'clock in .

I. n. BULLOCK ) Solicited, By paid warraatA :?261T 2' The Perpetuity of Country'sGreat- Fraternity Hall.J. -- .

___- -- .Wlanc on hand I 11I11\ ness Depends Upon U.1)I M. Hansell" W. M. .

STUBKT FUND. W. M. Carson, secretary.
,.. ln lanc. f ram laat report 1111/4 114 According to the last year book of ? Delivery Every Day at Any, Hour

REAL ESTATE To amount. .. frvm' Tax OlUtclur 229 Ni; the Department' of Agriculture, there Patronage Solicited S
Bargains ('lrk U 40 i KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. .
milch in the United ,
imNSURANCElamination Total 9WTN: :' States are 21,720,000 and these are cows worth 702, 945- Friendship Lodge, No. 10, meets every North Kissimmee Phene. N..'B y
By paid!*warrant* 1011.0 Wednesday night at 7.00 o'clock in Fra- tor
000. The magnitude of the industrycan
In rail) kinds of Real Estate. To balance en hand .. S02: "'ItlCllOOI. understood when it is ternity Hall.
best con-
be
Fire and Life Insurance and F. C. ,Bryan, chaneenor:commander. )
of Titles
.
a FUND. sidered thai these .produce yearly
Armour's Fertilizers. Rent- To balance from. laet report,'.i JJI,,,,,,iT :.: 5 41178 about $1,000,000,000 cows worth of ''dairy R. O. Meek. keeper records and,seal. 1 r Artesian Vi ellsl '
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Specialty. ing and' Collecting Rents a amount from Tu Collector. 4'4' ''.,.',.'''''' 117 47M ; il .
products., ; ; ;
r- ., "11110 : :
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I Specialty.. Taxes paid for .,. ..CI..rk.I., I IT h,alti! :&". ta',7, SISTERS' .
PYTHIAN
; ,"',.t' 1 There is no other branch of*diversified ...
rrsporrdenceSolicited.. N'an-residehW.! *" liT Lalau"e .:',:",'\ ."A '!''Pf ,,;: 5 4il 4e agriculture so important to .the'prog Kissimmee Temple .N.. "21, meets DRILLED' ANY DEPTH ?, < 'I
ELECTRIC: FUND.
UCHTr afternoon at 3 o'cleck, --- I .
of Thursday
To balance from lot report .f HIS: 01 ress of a community. The fertility every
I R O. MEEK To amount from E. L. Collector m 76432! the soil can bent'be maintained by the except the fourth Thursday, at which Let Me Figure: With. Yea ''

I Total .1.d I eta I liberal use of barnyard manure, and time meeting will be held at 7:30.:
W. S. HARWELL I
Kissimmee Fla. By paid warrant 1.17.79 the, dairy herd not only makes this possible -| Pearlie E. Bryan M. E. C., I 'Guarantee'SatlsfactloaH. .r

( EAL ESTATENotary To balance on hand 1740: : 64syIITART but dairying is also more remunerative -i I Mabel R. Overstreet. M. .f R. & C. '

than other branches of farm- j OSCEOLA CAMP NO. 79, W. O. W. "

Public at Large FUND. when carried Meeting nights second and f.urth N. BRATTONLOlSlE : :
Or1AG8 .Ru8 >IR- '" To balance. from last ...DOrt. a Ut011 ng properly on. j I II
ce over Jloberson's' Pharmacy fAk I To amount from Marabal 47 ni Dairying has made wonderful progress { Tuesdays at 7.30 p. m.

KISSn.M :E. FLA. M. TILLER 1 to amount from Tax Collector 67 .7 since the advent of the modern j H. T. Stanf.rd.C. C. '

I To Amount from Clerk 360 W.- B. Johnson Clerk. 1 1i4Bi
creamery, and the consumer of butter ,

1 Real Estate Agency..N.N.NNa.NNNN. Total I .. . $52611 has not only been benefited by being +a4ts4sNS** -S444 '

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By paid warrant Nn 00
\\.\\. furnished a more wholesome and pala- Gen. 0. 0. Howard Pest G. A. R. i" STAR |
= t tI To balance on hand .... . t 14" UI table article of food, but the wife in the .
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Realty bought and sold. BUILDIMO niMD. farm home has been relieved of the Meets the tint and; third Wednesday .
W. .L.PBY81.CLU. WINK CHICKEN x"11
I, Houses rented. To balawe from last report 72'< 00 drudgery I incident to making butter on in each month at 2 p. m. : r

AWD SOROEOH.I !! Taxes paid and Titles ver- To amount from Tax Collector I I' K Hall. Visiting Omrades 4J.t
the farm. Where formerly the cream r. Fraternity RANCH .
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t t To amountrom Clerk 1 90 yr
) ified for nonresidents.Fire . and churned into butter cordially invited.
w I Paorr S3.I Ktstrree. t was ripened i
I PSWfB VI. FLORIDA.I .Life and Accident In- lotaJBy . 5 '748 i.5 under condition. not conducive to fine O. DERBYSHIRE, G. E. TARBOX, JACKJ.RRS.N ......,-, . ,

surance. paid warrant* a* per lint 709 00 Adjutant. Commander. '"4 j t k
- --- -- ------ quality in the finished product, and in I

4 Indemnity Bonds. By balance .. .. 148 98 the majority of cases by unskilled ----- : Two mile north of Kbal nme. | \ '

I W. W. CARSON, D. D. S. tff____...,....,................... CEUETEBY ru.... handa, now the most of the milk or Preaching at SL Cloud on Todd Place. v r

RENTAL PARLORSRIVKR To bala-ice from Ian report .. NM4H i
cream is delivered to a modern creamery v
Sunday school"every! Sunday at, 9.30a.
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To amount from Clerk 0 60 ,
BUILDING where conditions are suited to the m. Church service at 10.30 a. m. and
OVIrl .CBOLA PHARMACY. Total $ 428:: 1 91 of butter and the PURE BRED .
result -
making ,
purpose
7.30 also the third
at p. m., on Sundayof
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8 TO .2 L lK DOlOR J. B. ROBERBON, has been a wonderful improvementin each month at 3 p. m. Christian En- \
trwic. R. I. Reds and. .1 ,
rawoN. .
HOU" ., TO IS W. Treasurer.Mr. : the quality of our dairy products.As deavor every Sunday at 6.80 p. m. ..

Robert Hal) presented statement the quality has improved carmump-'

T.ft. RIVERS) //ft. D. covering contract for culvert on clay tion has increased, and the progress of I' Pinedale i 'Brown Leghorns i:[ : y

/ I road leading to cemetery. After consulting dairying has been remarkable duringthe

HYSICIAN AND SURGEON same, the clerk was instructedto past decade. I' The and logical'place country homes for combinationcity is beautiful :: Inspection by the Public Invited. 11 f''

Estate draw warrant for $290.00 for amount The perpetuity of the country's
Office' over Osoeola Pharmacy Real the Pinedale, because it is close enough to" :.... .....:a2-........,.,00441; I ,
due, balance $22.00 to be paid when greatness depends upon increasing; ., w
( L lesldence 53a' of I the city to afford every convenience for
farm
ILK' contract is completed.; production products from year a

'\ _Office 148 The president and cashier of the Citizens to year; a result which not only f 'r- 1 school and church privileges where 'y f out J M. W1L.LSON' JR., - .:c. ___1 .,_ i:
side city /limits freedom of
Bank met with the council con nisbes our people with food, but maintains I NOTARY PUBLIC... ) .. ,
-life/ be _
A fiveor
KISSIMMEE FLORIDA cerning the recent bond issue, stating i the prosperity of our farming country may enjoyed. STATE L.AROK. _
) F. G. Thomason ten tract will furnish I J- AT ) .
r. I acre ampleroom
, that the bonds had been approved and community. Increase in productioncan ,0-
.. _. - -- for nice small
-- -- I' a grove, pasture Real Estate
they were in position to take care of only come through improved methods Agent. I
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON and truck besides"
present needs/ of city in constructing of agriculture and soil) improvement.When patch splendid place KISSIMMEE. FLORIDASprigg wp r

ice Phone 64 Residence! 1 26 J. W. THOMPON sewer. it is considered that tie dairy'cow for raising chickens.: A number of f
l citizens
., The matter of the city discontinuing is the foundation for soil Improvement good are preparing homes in
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this addition and
healthful
considering-Its
bouse wiring' and allowing private par- and farming_prosperity, her importance Flem.jog"CLEANING

1 A. (VANS AGNEW, ties to do same, was discussed, and referred is best understood, and interest location, good drainage and splendidsoil

-- to T. M. Rivers J. "M. Hansell) in her should not be confined to her for growing; citrus fruits it ia a

: FUNERAL DIRECTOR and J. C. Moere, as a committee to owner. She Is an Important /actor in prime investment, either for a home or '
t J ATTORKKY AT LAW....,.... |1-- for profits from natural increase of __
I AXD NOAARY PUBLIC .| : andLICENSED .. consider and report at the next meeting the development and prosperity of far prices. '.,. PRESSING
of council.! country.
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EMBALUEROpposite'Courtbouse Lands close 'to a good town always DYEING '* ;
KISS1MMEE.FLA : are 7l ,
Mr. C. L. Alvy asked that the coun
in good demand and be disposed
cil have ditches cut to drain the surface Florida Maps. can REPAIRING, J

|R..1. W. SIMPSON water next to his property in O'Neal &. Upon of 25 of at any time at good prices. 4.Les. .
receipt cents at the
4 I Valley Let ua show you what a nice view of ,
Osborne's addition. Same was referred Gazette office a pocket of Florida
DENTIST. map the city of Kissimmee you have from I

to street committee. will be mailed 'to any address in the" the favored locations of this tract of ". word at m1 house aDd clot.be; .t',' '
Upstairs 1o l Katz Building. Mr. I. M. Lamb asked that the coun- United States. We. can also furnish will be called lot and
land. It I la being bought return .
9... m. to lgm. I' cil relieve him of up by a first- "' 4(4i'4T \..
FTnTTRSi i paying pound fee on .
iron-. J r i:30to6:30p. m. maps of Osceola' county at *1 each and cluB of eitiz.en&lp, and will be an excellent i

| Telephone No. It JUQ 5.1 rr. KUIlIJUIKE! FLORIDA certain cattle having been impoundedby will be glad to estimate. on sectional maps community to live in. 35 rv iJ ,:
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STARTING A FASHION Innately her hair does( not price her - ROLLINS( COLLEGE "

Before fifteen days It will hare entirely N..t a-'p .' h. rahy III va" II.., Ihn 'lIowl" ". t1land.. or on mll11 h"r"Or ai will to
amnuut' due for herelu set oppooltx th' sane tup.'ther with t cool of.td FLORIDA'S OLDEST CflLLIIOI
--- fallen out If this very day w* do It: :"ttJ; v':" .. will: he I''r: pubhr.mcl4n on Mondsytllr: th day of September; : A.
1 not apply the Infallible remedy-tbe D. t'40..i' front or'the CUllrt tiotlse door at Kte.tmmee. 'u the l.'ullllly of ON eole. sod state ofP'lorlda WINTER PARtDEPA"TNiNT6<
The Way a New Style In Ladies' .
scissors. --s ,-------- - ------- '

Hair Was Born In France. I "What's that you say?" exclaimedthe I -1.it; .e r.5Ii isH.K' Coli.._.... Academy: School l of Music School Fine Arts. School of Krpre:" mon.; School of
T" queen with veritable fright ItIl'Tlo' n1 Lave I ;.. ." :!' Ow..N. FVNI O"m..e and Industrial Art HUB I ness School. (%ourwa for :TachernFACULTY .
I The. least painful of truths madame 4 E
a < Twenty I'rofesaors and Inutructors. prepared In the. foremost Universities of America and
TOUCHED A QUEEN'S VANITY. since what I propose to your majesty .' -- -.- -- Europe. .

while forestalling a great misfortune I 1t of ae'a :1, 29, :Ws 411 Juh..llk.. WA t I 'q'li Atlantic <'oaat Line and Seaboard Air LOCATIONOn L>lne. OA mile/ north of Tampa on the famous "Florida
la entirely to her taste." \ , 0' .n 14 2't0: Ale 40 I-lAvoR" v' 11 I 61nn HctirhtB, In one of the moot beautiful and tioalthfiil towns of the : outh, no maUria
!14 of n. or lie', I.; 2h' ;s.J". n1 naves U I> 74M' BUILDINGSTen
1 Marie Antoinette's Halrdrvaaer Was 'OOme. Leonard; no more dellberatton I y nt n.. l4\ ..lid." !. of 11w'', ..n'l.w commodious and attractive buildlnirft.; Science Hall coatinnj ",01" now in process of
Confronted With Serious Situation Cut lu but do not cut It too ,'I4 ..I.. and w"i. m" 01 "14 1.1 I'In. II.le IhO Sxvagn. W It 10 xJ.w' erections; campus of 26 acres eloping to Lake Virvima, which w connected by navigable canal -
a of uw 1.1 14"K ''l-Ie III ,4.v.g.. W It I Ia' LakvM .
outside
I. with three other ; separate room ( each student electric litrhta: Ore protection
but His Omni. Dlplexneey Preved, short" Lt or nw bt 21s ...e wi, JOh"H. L r4 t nlw ; quarter of a million dollar* endowment. t/
0 "Ju t enough: madame to give backto I.01 ."I. 10.. a .trq, 7n said. wi'" ATHLETICS
. Equal to the Ooeeslen. u old"' 01 III 16 zW .Lie" .H 1II'CI..II.llo1. N Ii ". 06 .
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Foot ball base' bll. banket ball golf tennis hosting a..t""tng..lmd frrmn.utles. Golf
the roots of the balr the vigor: It Selo otaw''4' I 13 \II..h ,..Ie'" IIasa. Mrs Isabxlla' to wtB"I links and iryrpnasmrn aa fine as any in the Mouth
. : At the end of"the year 1781 Leonard was beginning to lose." .e 'or of aria' of un 'I4i r..... :14:1yda Thoroughly Chriatian. but undenosninattonaj in spirit and control.
W nu 101.. u lei, ,d.. 0 UII y,1o t1 ::1/iH 3io, 4' Arnold. W T . 2 0.1
hairdresser to Queen Marie Antoinette. The queen's beautiful hair fell under N.'. of ""'. .. 0 27! ::4N .13e 40 I'homa+. J N 5 .!f> Z"-'m'' lI'we Wmtam P Black.s. | k. D.. L. L. D. P...>iV4ea't.
was confronted by .D .larmln& 'aUua- i Leonard's regenerating scissors: and Sly! nl a'yM..wt' I..." h.gtw our rues
'!/0 t3.. 1'', Paul ,-. IIpL
n 1114 ydae !.v1 yd. s Itll yd.w Ny.i. .it UI6s.n. 2
{ tlon. and with the. fulfillment of this two weeks afterward all the ladles of t.o 2-' uul 411 of Henry AddlttOn'o eubt11t'liitolt ,

dread event would fall his credit But the court had their hair dressed ('en- DWe"r Ot ot tin nxI''is' ot of ow"....1.. Film e .hiiyIIy .tt '1\8.. 3.J. '!tt GIII..p'o. Victory. .1 OtSeg a......................................se.......-.....................

j -with his":native "Gascon gekkDeea"a tent a 1140 ydx. n 1.1. yda. n IHI, yda ;M .... 1.10 II I'.rk"r. J.'k 2 (II'I

' Leonard puts It In his "Recollec Let no one say there la no diplomacy .e'4 nw'y' .- .. 4'4 :;. i;aq Nn. to NI I'atrtck.J:ulttvan: I N'J jl Jr 1 101Nw1.of 90 WHAT IT MEANS ,..

tions"-he proceeded to save bis outside the king's cabinet It U at tbe . . ,.,\. W II Jr d :1Nhof
repu- I..t I iii 30. 69 Nulliy.a / i Manr !w>plo d>i not know what a Bank Capital i U for. or the differ."" between -
tation. bottom of all human combinations : na'iof io'l .'ll: >o .10. 20 PierIler J.CK . 104 : a bank of little nitro capital: and one with :a :large ;napltal; I ;
to.. Isnila owned by A J"
owl.
"Madame" said be one day to tbe 01Ith.. Companion.. 4 Huber Jr EI put: :.e. 10 Hstlon. Sam 119t4.J : A HANK CA PITAI. JiXlt 8UkPI.U8 ;

qoeeb when he saw that the fall of b rball' - / .. W 2tic lent It 1111.. Lo.rrl 5 117n4 i I. t.,e fund thai, i 1.rM<9rti. tn.. ,i<.n ;
And ;; .
or .w.. of WI4' ni of wi4" 01I fi-nato-. >"iiiotl. fio ,I p".ler. ha. rhlhIonk s. e
was Imminent "tbe high hesd A Losing Game I I 14 Sdn. Ilenri Hso' l i
yw '" r-; : : : t i C yttpllAl .,( 5",000 iu
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(1 9e nt P M litIUuoty
J i dress la becoming !, of Flt
very common. It 1s -I lost C2.000 last night" observed j durplu.fnnd"f| f ''I.\lon Oilrtnrkhnldxr. .
'y lII..t in wit 0'' n..l, eudxelIs ..
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' long since the bourgeoisie has takenpoeseaaloB the noted lecturer who charged OO nd nr'' 61 n"L4 01k. ;1e 244" ( O.tntrn fo x0Mv'4 liability. r.o.oon m. !

e of It and now It Is the torn' cents a word for bis oratory I [It or u of lot 114 t. .IId torul bo'C lot:.",I.ft Fen a .nd Hrt'l 6'10' ; # A to'al of JIlMlOd"01Tbi =

' of the common people." "How was tbft-pokerT" Inquired tbe I It" IT" .1174 l ft. e I'- ft to bog 13 i'. .044 I. Iv..n .tlfnd' :I 21! ....... : ,* mean- tint wo, niutvtf\ III:VxLOU\ before oUr ilapoaitoreo oonld (tee &. =
1 "Oood gracious< Leonard. what are- man who didn't care much for lectures 1 to A b ock,7, Mary B. Mprifiin'B. SuM ...
yon telling met Do you know It anyway. dlviaiou, of n"V.. <>r 'io'4' ot ot I I. 6'1 ; ., OF KISSIMMEE i ior
1 :21. !Se .yanl.worthC40 .1" ESTATE-BANK
grieves me to bear ItT Those headdresses No. Talked In my sleep," replied < Mmphf city ..
Lot I 1,1"11', KunnjmodeEl . U.toll, U.l.t. .... -'II : -. : I
were so becoming to me!" toe lecturer wiping away a tear. .tumnii).. < |tv. = .t<,es_,.........-=-=. PC.oRI.tl. S 1C.
"And 'trite and N, bill. H P Drought' A4' ( ,i''f / '" ,Thom. waa"1 (litre )y"\3 81':, "
what headdress.would not become : Puck. '" . G'.K '!' '(1"J 1 ,: / ,' ,1 I ( \ '. '
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Kohvrmin Ad>llt)"n 'I:' ; ,. i.h JI.tj' ; ;, A. (:it"f)1of JOBV M. LEE N, S. 'CAAAOzr', i \
your majesty? t hare carefully e rntltblUOk a... .......,....,.......rtl +.'sl -" '.. 414.iltf.m. Luee. 7y; i '.1' ff 1..102110' \'IOG.I'l'e.I.IH| l & Cashier
1 ,. I ,r'i,. Butler .... LdaaIAI 1 90 : / = ,
thought a total revolution In l blm'U 1'' .In.1} .j' , .
over ,
yourmajesty' Suspicious. a. Mink. 16..1.1.. .. ..... seed.".. UluhlaD. Henry r ? 70 F t 6as..1..a as_._..............._._._.........e............. ., el
v .' headdress. I hare even badroW' ''"Joho.be said nftor.dinner. '. ...pjllilifta, of n..' tu r of Jot 78. nni. e <:!;." ,', ....:.'!.". "
portrait dnfwn" with the ft, I'lg ft. wl7'4 It, u !tai *U; I : \
; new arrangement y". dear. 'Ii.ill
my ,and I C..'ii Addition .1. Mwllork. W L . . 20:1:
r I have In view, and. aa I : Is the drinking water at jour olBeh.orad R,.li..rt liana Additiona. I ru--P; I

> expected my august sovereign by : with clovesT"="Buffalo Br- .'" DI-atidlL ot 4'.hccmekrl"tsuhdly.. of blm- J Uoku4iwuThorapbon. i .a > r'ter

adopting my Innovation would be made press.V : All ul'H'k <*I, URlvern 2 Ie
younger by six or seven years. I1"'...'},6 end 7 h..m.ker.ft .lIh-d.or Dealer le) ---
1lnkno kn. 210
"Do yon mean If Leonard The I Anger Is a pure waste of rltallty tt f.-l block. std n'vl't Ifl I...VhoMnaiter. ." 'div i
I . FANCY GROCERIESGRAIN
JulY 20 i
headdress have In mind would ol lil >rk VII '
$ .' you helps nobody and hinders everybodyIt : I i. I. 1u id oloi.V.. i\\ Hllan, i.l ite .17 7M :
make me look younger la always foolish and always dis I. 't s. Ida k fc, (xi' rn<
"1 do not see what your majesty graceful. U, .r'. "rt our. K 7.1 lot ft 1.,*bt..k.Irll"\17 n Meuhnw" n 7'Ail'fl. wIT Peters, Zilla :.. I IM AND -'-- Jj We solicit part of your trade. $ :

t conk gain In that for many women of - - --- I I.,>' I I. block. I I. Pfttnek'. AdditionL'nplatKd Watooa. J W . .1'\10 Country Produce $
the court would lake on years to resemble Isnda t $ FEED OF
Birds That Meved Too Soon.It 3..it I 110 vd. n of vw corner of -w1. tI lMM I x Hides and Furs $
the queen of Prance" ,' of .w14, r..." 7dN. H tptt I II
may be'aa.erted with considers* 1. rs', IdaW e91fi.' Ii 2.118. I Unknown :2 <->' S ALL KINDS J Fought and Sold. t
$
"Oh I do Dot deceive myself Leonard ? .
fin I r4"t. of.wb' ill iix 1 fie 4DlO raiimui Ja.A 2 1 M
1 . I shall soon be twenty-seven hie decree of probability; that there SIr-.it of in.U of imliIt 2.m.WoZfia : L.throp.)2': :\:14: i iwNK.a.W
and at that ageTatyle) which makesone Is do ooe'natur.1: factor more deatruc ( -..it .<' cr of >..'"4 of nw14,4 ruIJ'ft s n H.UI, ft I $ Phone 61 -..:-- ssssss: ? -- KISSIMMEE J
'
> (6&0't.. /211t !A 2)" A Hart W H, ittatx 2 201
look younger is always favorably tire to bird life than the migratory t. BANUlr.Taz 1 """ """NI \
coYi",, O.c>ol:'f arty I - __ 0- ___ ___ .
4 received habit Here U a well known instance ,

MWetU madame" Leonard continued une night la March tb.re was an Inimense -.- - I

,quickly, .while placing a miniature"- migration of Lapland lonir/ pacn U The S otek Thl.tl. I I Public Road Notice. ;| 1":
This the story \>f the Scotch thlUa *-. : 1
..,>Ifore her-m.jeaty'a eyes "see this portrait over Hlnncoota. A' wet snowstorm Notice Is horabr ghee that it ta the Intentionof
-It.Is a striking resemblance. It came on. billing and bewildering ibf : la the reign of Malcolm, In the the Board of County'' CommLwlpnm at Ita

is roar majesty,-but..ten. years young, birds.' Over year 1010, the Dne swooped down meeting Auvuat lat I91O to change the pub- :
.... an arm eatlniatvd at bun upon the coast of AbArdeenihlr by U< road between Algae and Ft. D." .... in township -
{ dreds
of
i' square miles dead birds were 22. range H4. a> foHawa: Bavinnln at a
"What do I' see-the hair cut a few I nlgbt. Intending to sarronod and
found In
the towns and cities they point whor the centre ot the present oubllc road
inches from the bead r swept them up and carted them off storm the great fortress of Stslnes InterarcU the section line between ...,Uona t and Bathingis

.:, -r... madame.. It wllc be. If you are On wide,lake* the Ice was dotted with The Brat Installment crept up barefooted 10. and running thence south to the aoutheaft
1
1 ;, pleased to consent t. a coiffure a them in all directions about" a foot or and dropped Into the moat but corner of the voutliweet aarter of th. north. Fine F;

renfant and yon will see It taken up two '.Q.U1.Tb8 number that perished they found they were not In water st weat quarter of aeetioK 15. thence east to the. I
with much entbnstasm .. all those p.lsent pablle road. aM propoaed new road to
i as at that time was doubtless In the millions all. Tbe moat was dry and covered f
that I bare created for ,ourm.Jeet,." .be forty feet wide,twisty feet on each aide of ,
Outing
with growth of thiatleswbichDtnng ,1
a front .
said daeerfbed. ........
"Ton are right. Leonard It HCharming. '" - - I feet and caused | r q;
In truth. I am but eighteen : The Next Thing to It. their unprotected All partiaa and ply holder Interested are I
.
them to oat unmercifully. The natlfled. Get SUIT and it -
#-'' cry hereby If they have any objeetlona toMe a -tryr
with niy hair dressed Ilk. that But"I After much reconnoitering and "!rAt- iI.
tii. sentinelsv'and.
.. found roused the In a their protests. with... Board on or before,,
' to Menace my beautiful faatrr! I 817btl leader of tbe wandering (>er- moment an attack was made upon the that data. I

.; .,. Tow majesty will have the satt. maD band" succeeded In gaining an Interview Danes, who broke and fled. From In witneaa wfM i.of. hare hereunto. salted my I "N'f

faction-of seeing all the ladles of with tbe proprietor*- the this fact the thistle was given its high hand and eeal aaax-oneio Clerk" of aald Hoard 1 COMPLETE LINE AT

tf court all tb. ladles of France tb.j fashionable restaurant place ln-thv .attaenvof the Scotch. tbla.20th day of Jo_ 110.ARTHUR. I .
..:. *C.-tb.fL"- -But,- my mane expostulated! the E DONEdAN.Intl. .

"Bat If:Uri style changes I latter noticing the seedy appearance -r.$hTn. "by Centrmet. .} Clerk. I "

? \yho wod dare to adopt a new of the dusty musician "I don't sue Aunt-Your bride my dear boy la Citation of Administration W. DANN'STHE

one without tyonr majesty's baring bow I can use your talent Why, we delightfully rich and aU that bqt 1 Coenrt I
In County
first set the .ettatoplet If some ambitions only engage orchestras'. direct from don't think she will make much of a Oaeeola. Comity. FTa.(I .

{. hairdresser amid the myriad Hungary. beauty ahow at the altar. BUT By the County Juila- of old County -

Of weaklings who swarm In Parts "Veil re rts der nazd! ding to It" Nephew-Ton don't eh! Just wait W -. W. J oars ha applied to tht. Court

;4 tk{(i..': t' shonld dae undertake such a change responded" the leader without a amlle. till you eee her with the bridesmaids for Lettera of Admlnlrtratlon on, th. estate of I

I. I would bare him &nced to atoms by .-The nest thing to It?" that abe has selected.Notice Henry T.Stanford deceaatd. late of aid countyof

'4..; the Journal dee Dames, He would be> .1'.... melD herr. Ve yea nod so orchestra - -- --- Osceota.Theae :
,, 4'
are. therefore. t& cite and admojiiiih all
from Hungary: yed. but re rasa to
I 1: ruined man. CrejlitprsNotliel. and singular the. kindred and credltore of said I L..::
., But I prise my hair very much. hungry orchestra. hereby given toaradltom:;" halnaond .
deceased to be and before thie Court,
appear on
'0'' said the queen, with an air of health. I I l I And they got tbe Job. Chicago:: <1<,trilflit' <-... of th.pitats of Temple A. Minx, orb.for.t.2ddayofAugu.L'A. D. 1910 and I PIONEER PLUMBING SHOP'"'
r Yet LNsws. a.cr.mxi. that I have been iitipolntnd .d n)Inuv .
tkm. still looking at the 'p rtratt. file objection. if any they have. to the mntlfurlettera
--- ---
trator nl the and that alller.on5
s .. I am dying. ..to hare my hair dreaded Twe Paints. of OIR.re '. having above claim,named against estate the estate inujtprment aa aforesaid otherwise _the same will be I S SITUATED AT SGf)
.
renfant. I. The: difference between the cow and .granted .. prayed. .. -.._j _

"Well madam., since I have been so the milkman" said tb. man with a within the then time duly proscribed authuntio b T l 1 law d for, settlement County Witnees arorea my,,ld.name this 8th aa day County'of July Judie 1910 of the KISSIMMEE ANU -ST. CLOt LA., .

fortunate as to End a style which rare memory for Jests, la that the Klwlmnie\ Ha.. CI.AKKNCl: : *.. NINX.April T. M, MURPHY. -

please your majesty: I must tell you cow glrea pure milk." fl. 1B10: Admliiiiitrvtor of laid Estate. tg.lt County Judge H. EDMOND 8WABEY. PROPRIBTOB,

aIL rorthe last two weeks all my There ls another difference" retorted - .

waking hours hars been devoted to the the milkman. The cow doein't Estate of C. H untain, Dec'd. H. D. GEIGERAttorneyatLaw TINNING PLUMBING IN fill ITS RRflNAHF&_BRAZING ,
'
Hetto I la, hereby glean (Kai undornlinnil
s serrlce of m7 sovereign In the attempt give credit"
; to make an agreeable thing of an Imperative administrator of th aatet*oKfJ. H. founaalnd PIPE CUTTIXG THRI ADING. STEAM j jI
i The finest colony proposition ever .cra>i. necessity" _ ember next, Locke final aettlemitnt of his W- IPE FITTING PUM WORK I IC3
M. Breaker
"What do mean, Leonard fTour offered the public. H. ministration. ol said ....Ie and apply tor h<. State Beak Bldg.
you
KUsimmee. has i it .a ids will tell you du bare M .I>Cb dmlnMtrator. '
;,; majesty was saying a little about It for the aatingr. I 28tfl N, O. B...,.. Administrator .Kisslmtnee. Florida E'N ERA L JCB.BINC, ;
.. .ifarehBtb.iaiO. .
l
ii t ago that she priced.<<.her hau\ and ll-amo :' ..,..
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