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 22, 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: VID00447
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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. :-MORE' NEW. HOUSES? I I Mid-the How town development this and molt.the work is favored.going'' of section'remained onetructlon merrily. on.- :I, Bring tfye iChildren, :to der man I least, 'for'everyone In to Kisslmme putting Into who knows''that effect will object any city no in law the ojr- [THE[ FIRST; GUN f FIRED. 4 a 1y; ,


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i I so long In .p aeuri ty will ever I would be passed or rule promulgated .: 'f. ,;'\
Are .m Course of Construction in be a mystery, but that state' of Th Land ; .
t things r .Flowers that would work hardship or be"'.tor In :Thi!? County; by the Student .
in Other could not last...forever and Kissimmee I other
Than Any
.. Kissimmee purpose than the good of our I
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has I Quartet the Interest. of Sbte'
found herself. as is: 'evidenced by ---- ---- town.Therefore the sidewalks wilt pl '
,f Qty in .Florida' I the phenomenal! growth vof the past be laid at one. Wide Prohibition .Y
year and the undisputed'proepecte for Here Th Ir Parents Will Become :S IfSuppoitlnion -- I 4 .

We recognize that it Is a pretty future developmen; "" - Five-Acre Farms and the Children. Eni PIE: PUZZLE: I The first gun In-the--.-battle-'- for statewide ,

broad statement to make when we say Fresh Air in tile. I I'OL > prohibition was fired at the courthouse -
that there are more brick and concrete THlfwONDjERBERRY !i joy Every Day Y"r. II Can ""
business. houses In' 'co ne;of construction ------a. I Who Produce the :Most Pieces Tuesday Sight, when the Student '
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.. Quartet; entertained a larg audience ,
than other .. ,
in Kissimmee inany With SeVen Straight Cuts.
city in Florida, but we make it without Produced by Wizard Burbank; is The following editorial in taken from {I-those.children! who are once each.summer ( with eloquent"lpeecbel and 4splendidsinging. '
the 1 Times-Star of 11th brief of the The city council'ot a certaur to..n'hiving This is of
Cincinnati July : |I given a taste' sweetness quartet composed
fear of being contradicted
the least by Grown Near Kissimmee .
anyone' acquainted' with: the building "If you should go down to the Pennsylvania j of life. If the money used in this passed anti ordinance that no students from1, Stetson University' at I
going on at the present time On Saturday l last 'Mr. J. R. Bass station some morning when the manner, which is productive of nor lasting boarding house should cut a pie.Into a DeLand, and have been engaged to w:,'
eperations the!at te. brought a stem of a bush on which weekly fresh; air exodus for the Fresh benefits; was spent in pitying the I greater-number of pieces than could' be tour the state in the interest of .late,1. ,:
over were growing( about a dozen bunches of Air Farm at Terrace, Park is under transportation. of a hundred poor obtained by seven straight cuts of a wide prohibition by the Anti-Saloon -J
And to verify t.hle'ltatement., we : what is known as "Burbank'a Wonder- way, you would feel amply repaid for lies to this state and giving, taml-j' kmfe, Mrs. O'Flaherty has offered" League, the 'name of the member of. 1 4
herewith give a list of the buildings berry." Tbese berries were gtown on your trouble. small sum to begin life on .in a prize to the first: person who w11111how the quartet being; Carlton Wldeman,. s

now being erected: the farm of Mr. J. E. Bass,; near this "You would see the I Ii! ht of hope and country( real lasting,, permanent good I her how to divide a, pie into the greatest Gafwood and Milam. ..

R. D. Savage-a two-story 'concrete city aria are much the same as .the expectation in the pale, wistful faces would result! They,would be self sustaining number of pieces with seven straight The quartet was introduced by Hon. ..
.hotel on Dakin avenue, to coat 95,000.* Florida gooseberry and are fit for use or the children and in the patient coon from the day they arrived, and cuts with a knife. The prize is a handsome 'C. A. Carr M.ehdrmyl .of the county- j
D. Rotun o-a two-story brick business only in making pies and preserves.Mr. . tenan'ces of the mothers.OU wouldsee their children would lire and breathe I :silver cream pitcher which can central committee appointed by the

building, 25x70 feet on the corner Bass states that he ordered quite boys and girls, products of the health and happiness and freedom( be..n at the Valley Gazette office, Anti-Saloon League. Mr.'Carson'gave ... "'-

of Darlington avenue and Broadway, to it lot of the seed, but only succeeded in !streets and tenement, who are going] everyday in the year: Here any ener- I, and: the competition is open to all subscribers a brief history of temperance legislation ,

.r; cost M.OOO. ... growing one plant, which Is heavily! out into the green open country, sornel'getic: man or' woman could procure I. to the Valley Gazette until in Florida, especially of Article 19>> ., s
John Seaman two-story brick fruited. It is his intention to plant of them for the first fime in their lives. j work at wakes that would. permit them i August 15th. Cut off coupon. below, of the Constitution of 1885. He stated '

building. 50x70 fet, on Broadway to shoots from this one this..winter and "With a little imagination you" can to care for their families in comfort. and fill ,in the blank space with your that, the present status shows thirty- ' ',

cost $6,000. see if he will not meet with more success picture them on their arrival at the Every year there are millions of dol. answer, and mail with a diagram five dry and twelve wet counties, only k
, Miller & Ingram-a two-story concrete than he did with the seed. farm-their timidity changing to de- lars sent abroad in an endeavor to con pie in a sealed envelope with your address one of the twelve being an interior f

business building and livery stable. Those who have seen these berries light as, with some misgivings, they vert the Chinaman the Turk, the Hin on the outside, to the Pie Cup- county.Mr. .

75x7Q feet on Broadway to cost and who are versed in preserve and pull off their shoes and stockings and doo the African, and every other God board .Valley Gazette office. All Carson said that the coast counties ,

5,000. jelly making say there is no reason why learn how to play in the open. forsaken mongrel who neither wants answers'will be opened on August 16, and towns reminded him of Jack. ,
Mrs. L. W. Pilley-a two-story brick they should not he profitable for that "For a .while they don't quite know needs nor intends to be converted too in presence of W. B. Harris and S. J. sonville in 1889. "At that time the

business building 25x65 feet., to cost use, as it is claimed they need no at- what to do with themselves, it is all so r religious( ideas while at our very Triplett,. and prize awarded to the'cor negroes were largely In the.majorityin -t -

W.600.; tentipn whatever after theyce become new and strange. They are not sure j doors, there are tens of thousands who rect answer of the earliest date, as evidenced that city, and were electing municipal ' y
H. W. Thurman-a concrete addition rooted, the only cost being in: the whether they like it or not. But grad-I I go to bed supperless every -night in.\he by postmark on envelope.( officers and contracting city affairs,"

to The Graystone to coat $1 ,OOfJ. picking. Anyhow, it is the intention (of ually they grow accustomed to their year, who shiver and suffer from the said the speaker, 'and the white people '
C. W. Griffin-a brick store buildingon Mr. Bass to experiment along that line new environment make friends with cold in winter who swelter and die COUPONFor called for help. The! legislature r?

Main street 35x75 feet to coat and our people will await the result the dog and cat, have the cow explained from the heat in summerwho know' Mrs. O'FIaherty. I have dividedIn answered that call by abolishing the

...OtiC). with no little concern, as things are to them-and then a miracle is wrought. nothing of God's goodness or the bless- nieces, all angles and different sia-ed, elective system of that city and prow ,
And among( those now building residences happening in these parts at a very "The two weeks pass as if (on wings ings He has placed here for their,pleas This pie. vlded for the appointment of city officers
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art: rapid rate, and there la plenty of money of joy. It ia time fa* go home but they I ure and. !.. enjoyment, all because they A large piece a small piece.-dlgestionl by the Governor. And now," continued "' ,
A. G,-Hamilton. South Kinsimmee here ready to t>invested in anything- love the country now and are reluctant have! not the money to take them to a consulted I Mr. Carson, "th same condition '

concrete, at a cost of 2,500. that has the app arance of success. ; to leave it. They would never be taken I place where work is steady and health And sections in all have resulted, presents itself, except that Jacksonville i ;

L A. E. Thomas, North( Kissimmee" for the voxngsters who came out from and happiness perpetual; where 'the Of pie and the other coast towns are i
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l1 concrete, at a coat Dr. DoWning, South Kissimmee'frame They are tanned and sun-burned and honorable men, and the girls into beau HANDSOME BUILDING dealers and others who follow in their : ..

at a cost of 3000. On" yesterday Mr. J. E. Whitman healthy. The sunshine and the fresh tiful, healthy and accomplished women.If train and we of the Interior.must go t!? j
L.. H.' Cohoon, North Kissimmeeconcrete who lives i in South KisHi'mmoe jurt be ic.have done their work. I. one-half of the foreign! missionary their aid and one more place, the law- :,

; at a cost
TV W. B. Makinson, Broadway-concrete ; Gazette office a specimen of Burbank taken! a new lease on life. The respite 1' people from the great cities to this by Judge J. n. Walker municipal affairs. rt
at a cost of 1800. Wondi-r Plant whir.hhas very state and locating them on five-acre The Students' .
from the steaming wash tub and the I| Reliable information has reached the Quartet wad then .
All of the above buildings are now I inu h (W 1'I.ar..nce| | of Pearl millet. hot stove has renewed! their strength farms, instead of using it to pay the Gazette presented and rendered an admirable
Valley that J.
Judge H. Wal-
under and will be completedin I hose wiiu haAr experimented with this I of ( to sing psalms to .
fairly way I and toned UD their spirits. expenses persons ker, who represents the Bassinger die program. They are splendid spechn.ns kJ
in the North and West claim that '
time for this fall. plant jackasses, a much more Christian act of Florida .
occupancy "You who are 'more! fortunately" t, tricfoh the Board of County Commissioners manhood engaged In a noble i. 1
Then the Methodists will shortly begin I the heads reached only a length of uated than these women and children; r ould be recoHed. has work and were most heartily received ,, f
the
the erection ,of $16rlt1tll''II'ch' twelve inches whereas the head on the Florida has millions of acres of fertile acquired an option on *
It would you not, if you thought you could, i Thurman the corner ofPoa.lel by our people. Mr. Milam'mw a
building, $7.0OO)( ( rfH.sr.<. j stalk'grown. by Mr. Whitman imeasuredniuen !,' help others who-need it much more than j land waiting i to be developed that property and, on strong and logical address on the economic ; t ll. \

amount l b.'ing alrcmlv in the- h.M >0s : 1 Inches which shows that it is you do to go on a vacation? Surely ,\ can' boug6Nor- very little money, it is not avenue improbable Broadway he will and erect that a status of barrooms; saying they : r
the treasurer, that denomination to b. per .liarly adapted to this section.: He your own outing would.bet the more ,''and anY energetic man can make enough were not wealth producers\, but 'erear ?
handsome three r
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followed bythe Baptists and also presented us with'a couple of ..talks'of oi five acres give his. family story building. of "' ,V ,
t ) ton crime
shortly
r au' pleasant if you knew that some, .tired-: j every 100x100 feet,, the lower floors to be used suffering and 'sorrow ,j'
then by the Preebv rlans.. Tesintie, which i i. used feed for out mother or tick child was' being restored -1 comfort and most o f, tine(\ luxuries. In as business house and the second and drain, purses, destroy homes, rob the M I
Thi'. list does not include the Citizens stock, which are exceptionally fine. to health'and vigor through your j! this .state the children would.grow to third'as a wife of her youth'and the' child of its "

'I 1 '. .Bank building, $8,500; the State. Bank Tesintie cap .be cut at (least five times a generosity.:: The Fresh Air''Society,J hardy man .and womanhood because /This information hotel will be a < f laughter, ail our jails, aim houses and '
source
building, $15,000, and W; C. Baas market year, and exceptionally Mr". Whitman profitable says It'will which every year' sends more than a- they would live out in the open and enjoy much gratification to our people, as additional ) penitentiaries, and rob everyone who .''t' ;-

'. $2,000 that were completed!/ this' prove an crop thousand needy persons to the country, ( all the blessings of nature whereas storerooms in this frequents them of. all .physic moral
I ,; 'as he is satisfied the yield would be in the cities the ? city ,are anece..hz i
children -
majority of
its and poor and mental manhood. The address ,
that :
summer, nor does include many additions provides opportunity, .a very and an additional hotel is was
and there is better stock : a
.. enormous no die before
and improvements that have little sum will make a child or a mother they are three years thing that,Kistimmee must 'have enthusiastically received, and showed .f -t
food. Both of these were as
been made to business buildings and ( specimens happy for two weeks.". old, tnd those who live-to maturity are there are not at- vacant much thought on the speaker's part. '
present enough
Mr. Whitman in muck and
residences during the past six months. grown by NQw the question presents itself stunted' mentally, physically and morally rooms to care for pneyfourth the Mr. Wldeman was then introduced JJ.
peapie
Add to that list the installing of a sandy soil. -- what real benefit do these unfortunate who will .come here; this winter. and showed himself a finished orator.- :f
j system of waterworks and sewerage; women and children gain from !a_ two The whole of,Florida is one' fresh air And the successful closing ofNthis, He discussed he''legal status at the saloon ._ ___ --'. /
: A NEW MANAGfR weeks the eUllmerT v farm, and If the Cincinnati people wish option --claiming! that it had ., : ,'
at a cost of$60,000, and the laying of two outing during will mean that Judge Walke>and 1 no legal ;; ; .1'
and has adeeire'to their name written In. the bpok with right,to'exist, and that the "
: and seven-eighths.railesof, cement sidewalk Almost every mall' woman family will make their home her in legislator :
;: and you will see to what extent Has Taken Charge of the Business be of some use-do some( good Abou Ben Adhem's, they will buy a future, which will be an acquisition could not, conferthat. right.. Both .'''il,

S Kinsimmee is forging 'to the front as of the Kissimmee Lumber Co. to their fellow beings, and will gener- section of Jand in this state and send that will add much to our town's. wel l speakers urged"great activity on .the "* t._ .

I an up-to-date and progressive, and ously give of their means to any proJett their pour women and children to live fare: for the Judge is not only possessed part of the temperanc!! people, and pro- "l-1J I
i you( will also,be
1\ warranted in making the statement Boyd, of Stillmore, Ga., took charge of for an Instant to question.the real big things but he/has both the nerve and /TURPENTIINE ,
; that there: is more' building going ont the Kissimmee Lumber Co.'* businessas good that will result. the ability to carry any undertaking to ,.

11.' here than in any other city in Florida.! general manager, relieving Mr. C. We all take a pride and pleasure in a successful conclusion. Men such asJudge WeMSSBISBB* -' ""'Vf'f" "

,: The best feature connected with this A. Carson, whose' numerous other en- performing a charitable act, and always Notices Being Sent Out by City Walker 'make communitiesprosperous Makes a New Record for, the:M d-x, ;; ,.,\
his ntire time and ,for.o but much .
,: building boom is that it is the work entirely terprises require feel the better doing and his coming to Kissim

t .'t of our home people, which- shows attention and Mr. S C. Pierce, of that U called charity ofttimei proves a Clerk Ordering Done. mee will ,add another spoke (in. .our. ., Season by Going Above 70c, .:..,-)- ' "
that they have full confidence in Kissimmee Nunez, Ga., assumed the dutiea''andposition curse. i Seyeral months ago the City Council wheel of advancement. Jacksonville 'July; 20-Florida.i; '

becoming the metropolis of inland of superintendent, succeeding To the best of their lights the good passed an ordinance1 ordering property -. '- .- .-- moat productive! point in.the great pin ,,,:'
j" Florida in a very few years. That Mr. S. L. Lupfer who resigned to become people of Cincinnati are doin? their owners living on certain streets to put LITTLE BOY DROWNED belt rejolc In the advance made in'

fact goes a great way to convince a manager of the Osceola HardwareCo. Christian duty towards the poor women either cement, brick or marl sidewalks' the prices of .naval. utores, which will ;' '
.... home.eekerorinvestothat it is per ., in place of Mr. Hljcon: resigned. and children of'that city, by sending \down in front of their property, but up add thousands of dollars 'to those.engaged -'
, fectly safe to local or invest his money Both Messrs. Boyd and Fierce are thim to the country for a two weeks 1\ to the present time only a limited'number While Bathing in Shingle Creek Last in this industry. The supply 1 ''.

here, and that our prosperity is not of men of large experience in the saw stay during the summer, and those have complied with the law. The Saturday Morning. .' doe not meet the demand and this toj tYt f, ',:

the kind that is likely to wane. mill business, and are thoroughly capa- good {people are entitled to and will re- I City Clerk this week is sending- out :a i I j j fndifterent from the situation a* it ',
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When we take into consideration that ble of successfully managing! the affairs reive a big credit mark to their accountin tices to those, owning property in the I I While in bathing Saturday forenoonin exutmi a year ago. 4' I
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more than a thousand acres have been of the Kissimmee Lumber Co., and will the Great Book, but while it is their prescribed district to h.v : ws'ks! laid at Shingle creek, two mile. west of this j In Savann&S yesterday the turpentine .' f' ,
added to our. trucking fields this year, continue to serve its patrons in the intention( to be generous and charitable, once, otherwise the city will do it and'I I city wjth'two companions. Mack the market continued Its upward court* tU

'and that those engaged in that Indus- same efficient manner as they receivedin are they not merely prolonging the hold the properky'for phj-ment, twelve-year-old'ar son of Mrs. Lillie 'Mims, I and the price crossed the Toe Iiiejnac-t! ) ) -.L. -f1- .
the past. These gentlemen come and accentuating the misery of was wned. According .to a. statement new-retwrd-forThe mld season '
,. try were very successful this past agony There is absolutely no use whateverin ing a Iw ,
v ? spring,_and every evidence shows they among us with the highest recommendations those women and children? neglecting to comply with: this order. of one of the boys the three were many years., But the market was I ir ".

; will be more so this fall and' winter, it both in a business and social I Is ,there any real charity in giving as. the- walks must be laid, and the .in bathing in a shallow part of the regular '

-is no( wonder that new and costly: business sense, and have received a most generous those women and children a taste of : sooner\ the better, for it' will not be creek near a very deep hole which is a Th opening was Unchanged: at 69 '. .. .
y houses are springing up on 'every and hearty welcome from all our ; the real sweetness of nature! let them j ninety days before a stream of people I. great resort for fishing. The boys were and 69J' with no sales'. There were .

\ hand, and we can-safely expect to see people. I see and feel, only for'an instant, the]., will begin to flow into Kissimmee that I enjoying the sport very much and Unvthouglitedly :. private sales during the moming of '

air Of the side streets leading into The planing mill and dry kiln that many blessings God has placed here. for,I will surprise everyone, and we should got.too nearthe, deep water., some three hundred casks at 7&Je/not'/( ; : > y., -. :

I Broadway from Poiesiel avenue to the were burned in the early spring have the use of His children; enjoy,the pure : make as good an appearance as )XI' The Mime boy being ahead .of the reported. Later, 50 casks were 'soldt'.! "s y ,., ; vat ;

Waters & Carson Grocery Co., built upI been replaced with much more substantial air the bright sunshine, listen! to the! ble, to say nothing of, the fact that Bi-j others, stepped off into the deep water. 7 in substantial structures before next structures and machinery the birds singing in the trees-ajid pluck the progress our town is making Being unable to swim, he Immediately hand at 70tc. The market closed at- '

year comes to a close. 'new dry kiln being of brick with fifty wild flowers that grow'tn the meadow it. The city Is spending fifty thousand sank and was never seen again. The 70 Jc, with about 500 -casks unsold., 70** -r+ ::. _
Some argued that the prosperity that per cent greater capacity than the one and then consign j> em ,"agate to\their dollars( on a water works and sewerage badly frightened' companions .at. one having oeen refused earlier. "" -- -

J came to our town: last fall would leave destroyed by fire: tenement prison* for eleven 'months system, and certainly the property gave an-alarn to some workmen near Receipts were 1,215 casks; shipment \".." ,
-; with the going of the winter tourists, The -new manager of the Osceola and fifteen days? owners in. the.main: >ection pf the city by and search was at once begun to find. 132 casks, domestic. /'. \\0.. 1 ., a :
Hardware Co. Mr. S. U. Lupfer needs No good Cincinnati friends, if do desire to' the body by dragging the stream..lasting New York firm '' .
but the very opposite has been the case, oujr not retard any' advanced was 2) and 8c higher.,,.;" ,. "
for business has increased with every no introduction to our people, '&1 for you wjsn to do a real Christian act, one step, by refusing or neglecting to beau until late Into the night. Early Rosins were strong'all gfadea being '' .1 'i\ ,

} new day and our town lots' and suburban years he has been identified with the that 6tilf stand out above and beyond tify their-homes and adding to the eon Sunday morning: the search was resumed substantially higher except): W. W.; 1..1. : a .1
property has steadily increased in business of Kissimmee and in every Christian act of your whole ex- :< venience of the public. and continued until noon, when the which was 6c lower. The average was .. t'' ::'

"f, ; value) and more'land__ sales are recorded position he filled he has measured up isten.ce', you will find a way to put| And those who contemplate having body was found some distance below about 15c advance. Poifed. f1 1.2711. ; ., , ;":

l.- each month this year than were ever to the highest standard. Underpins those poor woman and children in a position s' cement or brick walks laji should not i j where the little fellow was seen to go b arre I I. .**?. i.f.', .

r: known to'have been before in ten times management the Qsceola Hardware Co. to enjoy the pure. fresh air and I neglect to have sewer and water pipes I, down. The funeral was held Monday Receipts we,937 barrels; p-" ,. '
: ':'t the length of time. will continue to go forward ujrul it will bright sunshine every day in thA'yeu.:1III i laid fI.nt., as it will necessitate digging morning, the interment taking place in menu 1,195 barrel, domestic .' nos::t( 'i(.

; t While'there is no Inflated boom here be without a superior in & State The It not charity to banquet a hungryman I under the walk for that purpose, as I Shingle Crejbk: cemewry.-- New York was.. firm and goer";'kt.1? t: e"

I a" there U a< steady natural' growth' In Kissimmee Lumber Co: grew from a I and then turn him; loose on the I soon as the city mains are laid for'an Frank Tatman; left Tuesday for_ !&,- 56.70. w r ... ,. ", .

t Kissimmee .that places Its progress beyond small enterprise intoxa gigantic bnsi world with an empty pocket. It would i I ordinance will certainly! be" passed I singer.with hialaunchand barges>lh.av- Mr.-W:A.-McCooT tvediii"tL eTtj' ,J '

I t I any other,town In the state._ The: ness under Mr. Lapfer's. management!; ,be real charity.to put him in a position' 4!forefrig suT'Tiouseholders l contiguous tb ily loaded with feedstuff an t'f erUllaerfor Tuesday night TromJIeaver:"aI"'p" Pa..j; --
teaourCes'tire'bery' our4Uzaihave and we predict! that he will: be *till to'earn his own meals> -wortf. .1 the mains.to make connections. r I the Hunter Land Co. .JI.learried and/Will spend a fw dayr here looking!, .. -. a +

confidence in :the" future"greatness.. of more cuecMsful. In Ui. new. position.. And s so it .is' with these parents. .of But then. we don't. believe. there .is a 7,000 pounds. "."etea after' business. , dtsa,- -t .i'
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INSURES CHOPS S' U B' I F=R .RIGA f i 'ION i f PAY 'S 1 ,1

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Otlu'r thirker.H.Jiave! f f'on nil it so and we.- want: a clHince to show you. Our representative TILE "

.' fOR. 100 YEARS fs In Florida 'now for the specialpurnone wf oxplulnliigisub-lrripitioii to anyone

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Nl...lHh r,by pveu that tile/';riloln5de.erii.d1." ,,,|., or xo wiii-h Ih..'....' ..; a ill! b. H il.The Cloud w .
o the uniount due for mien here'n.et' op..ite the urine, (OKIIIT| with runt 01 i iitleandVrUertUini Town of St. -I
." uch will I lo..a".latl'uolI..Uo". on Mondryy. the ].. day of< \iiinift. A.
,D. late, In front of-th,,_.I'lty. U.ll'.l-
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-. lot/.block R.u P Dronehf Addition... .. M.... J A \kllsouM .. 4 I''' I iHMS' I
,,' Lola 1 mat. 'Work G. alter Thomanbuoy _ t 4 :"1i OF INTEREST CLIPPED ; and started a game of "3-0 cat." There Wood Brick or Stone
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]KubtDHOn; AdditionLot were four in the then,
only boys town ,
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8, block 2 > fROM THE ST. ClOUD TRIBUNE
; 2..bloot .. .. ; .... Lydia Bill lerllciirv !tt ;1 ""
r LoU I and : It;! f t'.I I ancj these four boys represented theJ i "V,
". ; Lot X,block 10 iouMiiig ...... .. p, United
Lot a. block It . !Unknown 1j tl four different corners' of the
ploker..ii'l ub-dlvlHlon of lot 7,,'ol Flo.lda. The.fofowing committee. J. A. McCarthy I States. As try city began to grow GUARANTEE TO GIVE PERFECT SATISFACTION
Laud r unrvcyFla.
and Imp""nll.-o. I
Lot. .. .. T'J PartlD 4''.j chairman; G. D. Worthington, j T with the big inrush of old soldiers, like-

Laud. ..and.. Improvement, Co.MIrve,.. I' wist more boys began to play together.They ....
Res at n "* n-orner elf01\ run* east -'. secretary, and Sovereigns 1) C. Thompson -
1117)4) ft.i Ida 11,w 137''',ft n Ira ItHhcx.rolkef'1 1I'r Youngl.lIK' 1 I culled themselves. "Tti I'io'neer'Hoys Kissimmee Florida pO
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Lot til E f.; M Hen 27. | E. H. Penn' and 'Ueo. Dickinson, '
jBulsllvl.fonotaloek'.UL.rxl'Addlt1oll'I ' | have arranged/: for a social) gathering at ,' ," }Viecau.se th..yliv..l among; the
I ILliani
.Lot 14 'hub i.'oaMrn. 4 :: I I \\'oodme'11011 on Thursday evening, pig trees. The club idea was startedon
'" Kobert I>*HII.AdilplunW'J .. I the fourth of July, when the firsti
which
Iota :l.nd II,block IS Mr. K K <'ollii-f Julj'2Sth. to special) invitation r
t Beg alji>v for of block O. runt n 76 ft. "t han been' isueil for. only the members i real game of hall wua.played and fJrt.P'uratlonfl J ,
th nr. to right of WHY of A C I I. II K. Gdl n r
theme loiithKeHterly. alonK right of vny7u '. ..... I and their immediate l lady friendi- ,participating 1 were soon begun to give' a big WJer
) ItMI'Ut'
Thuraxa
. a to KnlMrt KinninK}......' Hud Ad-Ill lull. in a real send) .gathfring. oJC rn-i'i'tioii' and the club wax called the,
Lot 10 1'nk liou u That Urg anizutior. I Pioneer, Athletic Association; The reception

b Lot 8, block Orhorae K 'A O'Nnal'ii Adilltlun I'iikn.<,,,11. took place on Monday night/: '

Ma bew Addition .. lotr llrlttiierTom 4 : The sf.{ I end,it.wu" u great credit to them, one t 2t Jfi' '
N U' of block E : ; I 1'rer.bwr'antr' of Cloull! are I
Neofblock I. MptuaidBeg I | and, oil l and thus club
< >t re eor of l.t I, Mock (>, miin- T.t ft. . IjitHsedvith;, the generous HubHcriptionsBO ,, .. a new sprang Do You Use THOMAS.PHOSPHATE
w tt7 1 ft. a 78 ft, a 07 ft Xilln Pel"'H'. ... :-.. I far rt'c..ivetowllrds! erecting a new | Into i"h'neeII1t'1 tw nty odd businessmen .
J.otl:, block II Morri YUII"I/blc..d/ I ,
of the old soldiers'
Joe !Le.'s BulxllTUIon of Mall""" Add 1 ., church. h..rtTh. ,- congregation IK nowbeing colony 'I
{;olaS4lIamltl"l'kU" Un J. 7.nnvr a.4' \ x>ri lit reji( .tejThe object of thin organization ; (Basic Slag) ?
Lot,block 1 W A 1'atrlrk'c! Addillim J 1Waf toiiUrknnwn : !incorporated in order to .curt-
'I }Vv ;Mlly'n. AdriltlitnUotn a the aid from the Board of Church Erec /: will l be to promote social

.. Lola 4 iji to and n IncliiXvv il, bluck) ,1 bloijt 1 I1nkm.un 1.. la"1, I tion. Contract for '0.,,, building> ; will : and lithl..tic enjoyments. For the timeLeung It -Not WHY NOT ?
All of block 2 1 lok"o"'u' the, will ,
7.4 : boys meet at the 'vari
UupUtleil ann. 800n'b. I..t. and it doped! work will
#, 8)of S.y of n..; of nwj;, nee JI % I t proceed rapidly. .'
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Tax l'oll.t..r J. C. of KI".ilDl1I"e CalBy funds can \be realized to equiptheir tiF injurious, nor an experiment; -

J. K. tjJLItEKr. D. C. own clubhoUHe.Th best and cheapest phosphate for Citrus Fruits,
Miss Eva McCallikter and Mibs AnnieMcCalbster '
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:. ....................... with Miss)[ Helen of Kissimmee Couseng ,of in Jacksonville company young:' men's club of 'St. Cloud :, BECAUSE It., Produces the

r. YOU CAN COME TO : spent a few hours in St. Cloud last held theirfirst anniversary ball halt
Friday afternoon.F. week and the event proved very interes- t Choicest 'Fruit at Least Cost

ing and memorable" The, organization iI'j' 'f :

1 :; KISSIM 1 M' E E : S. Gilbert of Kissin-.mee upent called' the Pioneer Athletic Association I - Read Mr. E. E. Thompson's letter in the florid.
and is composed of bright and lively *
Monday evening at St. Cloud. Fruit and Produce News 1 1
(Jan 7. .
1910))
: FROM JKANSAS young'men of tile new an<'/thrivinglittle w. 'h .
of Cloud. ,The dance .'
city St. THEN THY IT
sI Miss Ruth Thomas of Kmsimniee was c.;
CITY and reception was held Mi Bass' hall,
in the city Monday evening.
The COE-MORTIMER COMPANY
on Pennsylvania avenue. and while ,

AND RETURN FOR' the thoroughfare mentioned does not 'I'I.CI"I. Ut'Oltll 1 tt S.
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; Wash Tyson has been the _
busy pat I
yet resemble i it fashionable namesake .
and spend 25 days week rounding up cattle for W. J. S. I
$34.00 I at tlie national capital, it is in the CHARLESTON, S. C.
Carr of' Kissimmee. The Carr cattlehave
e heart of Very flourishing town. The '
been sold to an Orlando cattleman. 1 n I KIGP BRAD rtRTILIZCH MATCFilALS.
T dance eves and the _
the bet I a great-nucceBS ao-
Long enough time to investigate !' --- !
count of it in the Tribune shows it was l- (- !l ,
.4 land in any number of acres ever T. Miss Kate O' .rry. one of Kibsimmee's ,well attended and thoroughly enjoyed. 1 ft' I

< placed on the market charming debutantes, attended' St. Cloud is one hf the most remarkable 23-9t
the dance the of
given by boys / t.
towns in Florida, for it has grown
Z..s for sale.by -- Cloud Monday evening. !
x : from a forest Into( a prosperous and well

'. arranged and town within .
appointed \ '

H ; .W. S. ALYEA .. mee'William prontinent'c'ens F.. Patrick-pfi e, of was 0 Kissim!listed. ten month*. It haa.thirty-two'miles'of -- ;c,,- '. FOR. jr'u'.. ijl.'k '.-!\ :-:? ,

; streets electric, light plant, chur .
seven ; "
rt1 :' Rooms 11 & 12 State' Bank' Bldg. KISSIMMEE-, FLA; among those 'gr sent. 'at.;, ?t..:. Qlo. ; d's ches. Ice factory, two hotels, a nationalbank ;, Yt""wo-;, ,'P" .,'' '. I Ii ;

dance on )!on ay. artesian water supply, forty- -
y, NN............ .. .......... ./ three stores and busines8' establish- "The Truth i
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M, The/Misses Vivian and Mildred Leewe :
the guests of Miss Elmer SmithIfst menta, an excellent newspaper, and I i
other desirable things. Times- '
t.d -----------, many I
week in an automobile riiA- from I
Union.
it y. I Kissimmee to St. Cloud. _
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t H. C. y The Valley iazetto wants a good
Comrade J. F. Farris let! yesterday,
correspondent at 8t Cloud, and I
via Jacksonville, for his home at Muskogee I .
would b willing; TO pay a capable .
Oklahom@ The comrade said ', {
person a small amount for the sorI i
before leaving he would return as soon --and values in-
r.. STANFORD j vice. One with slime experience -
a\8 he was able to transact business'
prefer ell,
;P I which is calling him to the west.. ,I

.,1 CO.'S i Florida. Maps.
.. Comrade J. I. Satterfield of Hetch- Farming Timber and Citrus
Upon receipt of 25 cents at the Valley ,
I eta, Oklahoma, arrived in St. Cloud I
Gazette office a pocket of Florida
map
IS THI PIAO T* BUY several weeks ago. He has already
will be mailed to any address in the
purchased and is settled
property now
.. United States. Wfe also furnish
can
I In his new home. Comrade Satterfieldsaw maps of Osceola county at tl each, and Fruit Lands, OrangeGroves ;
service In.tbe 14th U. S. Volunteer
rk Dry' Goods Shoes fo and Notions Infantry, of will any beglad kind.: to estimate. on sectional.maps t

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If there has ever been a cloud over
I CRYING FOR HELP and City
Properties
tf the sky of this colony, think that it has i -

:ROCK COJl4E: : : :: vanished and gone back where it be- I
cnged. There is on'e' :thing I am
quite
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Lots of It in Kls ltnrace, But Daily
:SO'J"J:" o :cCES sure\ of, and that is that every comrade nrowluK Lea. Write or call on .

who has visited here has bettered him-
4 SEE The kidneys cry for help.
self several hundred per cent., if he Not an organ in the.whole body so

/ was not in too big a hurry to let goof delicately constructed.Not !.

his holdings. I want to say that I am one so important to health. R.D.WARING&CO.State
The the filters Ir r .
kidneys are of the
WLT for John McElroy first, last and all the blood.

time for Commander-in-Chief. Q. When .they fail the blood becomes Bank Building
< Boyer St. Cloud Fla. foul and poisonous.

1 There i ironed can blood.Backache be no. 'health where thereis Kissimmee Florida :
pi
Safety Our FifthAim-T J>r, W.. W Carson, a prominent dentist is one of the first indications .j fN t

of Kissimmee. was numbered' ; of kidney trouble. ___' __ ___ _
among.those who visited St. Cloud on It ia the kidneys cry for help. Heed it. I .. - --- --
I' Duan's Kidney Pills are what is want I -
I. Monday. The doctor remained'here until ,
ed. I NV W N N-"-' '''''' ''-'''-NwNKN' 4 ?N1
rw : the dance was over.
Are just what overworked kldneytyneed. '

Every safe-guard' known to theM : I 1 I'I'I >>
__ Rev. J. B. Westcott pastor of the They strengthen and invigorate the i Do You Appreciate
.' Methodist Episcopal church, who went I I kidneys; help them to do /their work; I >
never fail to cure any case of kidney j
business used
is
banking : to secure away last month for his health, has disease /

I been greatly improved and is expected Read the proof from a Kissimmee cit : ACCURACY, [ 'at

SLy. funds with tA return very shortly. Rev. Westcott izen. I -,
deposited
y. : us. : has been spending hw'time in company Mrs. T. J. Bird of JCfssimmee' Fla., i i: PROMPTNESS,
t "I suffered from backache and pains in ,
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with his wife and daughter: at Camden, my kidney.: That my kidneys were : PURITY, # .
l N. J. weak was shown by the unnatural con- :
dition of the secretions from these or- COURTESY, I

V Citizens Bankof Kissimmee The Pioneer Athletic Association gans. When Doan Kidney Pills were :
j I and that feeling of satisfaction in NOWINO
> which made its debut into clubdom brought to my Notice 1 procured a box you have the Best j
{ on I from the Kissimmee Drug Co. and be- : Obtainable at the Lowest Price? Then phone us your wants,' I "
'" __ Monday, promises to become of the .
one
; their use. They me relief and
gan brought we assure you that satisfaction wtll be yeurs. '
( foremost social and athletic oriraniza- and irriproved/ my condition in every
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We paL per cent in Savings Dept. ions in Osceola county Eight montba way. KISSIMMEE j
For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cts. DRUG CO. i
t ago, when St. Cloud was nothing more
"' FosUr-MUburn Co., Buffalo N. Y., sole I
... .- . Safe Deposit Boxes for Rent. than a forest, four of the boys met on agents for the United State.. Phone 41 t

oo' .. the corner of what is now known as Remember the nameDoan'andtake . 1

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.frontage, and is adapted to tlte.growing of all kinds of fruits and vegetables. Itjolns .

..' Hammock property on both the north and south ,that is now selling at from $50 to $15O-peracfe, /. .

,- and it will not' belong before!<< ,every, acre wil|:be cultivation., \ '
: one acre,
/ '. It has 5O.acres highly improved with a' 15 acre grove of oranges, grapefruit '\

4, and tangerines 3 flowing. wells, one 5-room house, one 8-room house and four barns, -1', .a. . 4ET

;; and d- all in a good state of repair. :f r '. -. ti. t

Railroad runs directly through, the property, which gives it the best of transportation !

.. __ as products of any part of the place can also be brought to Kissimmee by boat. gro ingCelery ;
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GEORGE N. SAUNDERS i GOOD PROPERTY TO BUY I groves place at all$500.around it." Splendid little:|' '......................**** ,

I I'. EMIL MACH ERNEST: MACH JDBIRO
'Boat Builder i W> have 20< acres of land 1J miles I .. *.t 9t.ad rd Oil Co.,
20 acres of land adjoining the town of from city I limits; 4-rbom house about 8 '
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- Kissimmeo hard road acre I I : MACH: : :: :
i ; on ; every acres in cultivation bSlrnce timber; on $- +
HIGH GRADEprMOTOR good rich oil; fine for vegetables or public road; plAce has stable. Price
BOATS. SAIL p p p I citrus fruits; just the place for a home ,[11.000.') e Livery Feed and Sale Stable
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r AND HOUSE BOATS = I to have school ar d church privileges
REPAIRING A SPECIALTY and be near market, and build up a ,',, 10 acre's of land 1 i miles from city Agt. International Harvesting Co. ;
farm that will always be in good de-
: limits; -room house; stable; 12acres in I I .
f theFERRO
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,, mand at fancy prices. This tract of:I cultivation; all good land; fine for citrus j ALL: XtN'CS: : : NAVY::;:: ftAVI.INC.:
land is cheap at $100 per acre", and can :I fruits or trucking. Price 1600.. I.I i Z 1"
Marine Engine I be purchased on favorable terms of I. Everything new and first class. We render prompt and .

'. .. ,,., j payment I I I satisfactory service day or night.. .
T> Wlrl SU ir< 2-CYilt II I II 2dO-acre farm li' miles from one rail- :' :
1 I FROM PASSE'NGER
DEPOT
road station ONE HALF'BLOCK
and 2 miles
i from good rail.
I We still have4 a 231-acre tract of land
Pumping;Engines Irrigation Plants road town of 2,000 population. .Store ., t tN
adjoining the city limits;, on hard marl Z Kissimmee, Fla. Phone 113 Z
road; 17 acres in cultivation, ; acres building,, on place renting at $16 Jl4ir'' .
C. A.-{eAR&.:N'', President N'C: fi VAN-SECRETABA; new Jand with stumps! removed; land I l month, 1 residence; for 82.50. 'Splendid .... ...............

fenced And'cross fenced; deep well on little orange grove; some fine truck . ,.. . I
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Waters & I'r
The Carson ; ; need'i i acre;, time on',two-thirds if desired.
This is in good location and fine land. 1: :

house;; good horse; and cow barn also New Sh eStor |/ :.

Grocery Company good chicken house and yard fenced off; We have several other propositions
12..10 bearing orange trees; can look right merit.: We solicit your patronage and''' ,
down Main street from door of premises guarantee courteous treatment and will< "
.-Wholesale' and Retail Deajers in ; can drive right off t arm onto hard endeavor to please you. Ladies'. Gent's' and Children's Shoes '
marl road. This property can be pur- -i .
chased at a bargain fend on favorabble' HIGH GRADE AND UP-TO-DATE I '

GROCER' terms! of payment. Nelson Realty Company: .
: and rtoT Bur WHlo"DEN f
Kissimmee, Florida. : See MARSH & .
10-acre tract of land located about t
CASH BASIS -
mile from court house; on gpod road; '
BUILDING
STATE BANK
r nice.grave of pine trees on this place; Old papers for sale at this office \ '.:'' ,,
WE SELL: WE BUY about 2J acres in cultivation; half of 20 cents a hundred. ,4 .- ..-
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land excellent trucking land.other half ,
HAY HIDES i'splendid citrus fruit land; five-room ---:- ,. -', .--' .
v house; beautiful location and good land.
GRAIN \ ,FURS, I, Very'Cheap at $1,600.We .
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FERTILIZERS 1 C3QL JUST RECEIVED fVE
SHINGLES '. \ stilt have some choice 10-acre
AND I tractaof Jand in Park Garden, where
ORANGE BOXES I| soil is rich, black and deep and where
ALL i 1 artesian flowing wells can be had at a
ORANGE WRAPS ( i! depth-qf. 160 to 200 feet This land
VEGETABLE CRATES COUNTRY 'must be seen to be appreciated. The
I finest land in Florida. Price TRAD ETMARK
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CRATE NAILS PRODUCEWe i$100 per acre, terms if desired. R .'
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sell field an -'tarden' seeds.or all kinds. on Lake Tohopekaliga: about 3'| .
We five special attention to fitting out hunting and camping miles from town;has good 6-room"house,
parties. I'good stables shed 2 flowing\ wells excellent : -
Frte delivery In city limits. Phone No. 12. .trucking land about five or six -- .-_"_ : __
.. wit are county: 'agents for good lertilizars. Ask us I for :circular I'acre bearing orange grove between .t' ,
- and prices on fertilizers. -. I Government' Survey and lake. This is DND. .d
,owned by a non-resident who is willing
to sell for $3600.
Have 40 acres adjoining! this; fine .
I CATALOGUE
truck land; part of it hammock land
C. A. CARSON.. J. A. CRANFORD.Vlc 8.U LUPFER. '
that grows: splendid citrus fruits; flow.
9.er.tarr
President.. -Pr.Id.nL
1 ing well can be had on any acre of it.
Price, *100 per, acre: : look through the latest .1.


1 KISSIMMEE LUMBER CO,, I We have' several-5-acra'tracts of land Comelnat1d I mos j' complete Hear, r' .
in addition adjoining city limits; fine ?
!citrus fruit land,also"good for trucking' ; Cutlery and Sporting: d
just nice distance to make nice little
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farm with, city advantages.: These Goods Catalogue published N
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P' ugh and Dressed tracts are located in Pinedale and can' .
be purchased for$250 tract time on
per ; IT IS JUST FULL OF NEW GOODS FOR THE ,
half if desired. ., HOME, ,
PineLumber.. .THE FARM THE MECHANIC AND THE SPORTSMAN ""'
We have 6-acre tractof land 3J,miles ; .
from city limits less than oneeighthmile' : _.'10.: tl"0'( ''I''
from another railroad station 4- '
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IOUSE BILLS A.'SPECIALTY. room house; 2) acre in cultivation; ex- HARDWARE, l' C.OMPANx---- ,- , :_. i
: cellent Jand.. This.. sicatadin.a-w.ll-
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Toe Ki&Hmee i Valley Gazette is one.great,sadness- that bur'J TRITE AN1) TRUTHFU): sitting' posture. Ills gun was' between SID.EW'ALKS' ;
kneel he be' in ' ,
den our"soul, that, we cannot .: his and was seen to ; an .," (.

we may, shake off, we have not unconscious state He woe placed llh tie: 1II

I ,f' Office PUBU8EHCD EVERT FRIDAY. : dent means to Invite all the editors in .(Br'OLb.1'J! V Bsi' patrol wagon and hurried -to the police ...' ".. ''( ;! r. '

in Valley -Gazette Building. Florida to spend'the sumnrcr months In -.. station to escape the wrat ofj the rapIdly I t t'S.e ';:' -o.. '1&:;' 'J'

,, USSIMMER.: : OeCBOUi OOOMTT. RLA.t Kisslmmee, whereat never]gets too hot Performance is better"lhan promise gathering mob When the officers :;, t.i: .'!j;;.':' .':{
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enjoy stroll over lifted him from 1j> atrol at
,I , ,w.ii._ HARRIS Editor sad Prop'r.TRIPLETT during! the day to 0 .y wagon '
1. J' ..the green walks, or a launch ride on Action lin'-the present 'fulfills)) the the station It was founch-tlSat he was H1CKS. and I5RVAN, the ,cotistructloti
s :: S. .I. A.*oclate Editor.BUBSCprPTlON '
dead. -\
the waters of beautiful Lake'Tchopekaliga promis/ei/ of the past +J '

r.\ ', -.t' : RATES: -;- ;; where it is always 'cool enough 1\, Examination' Jot discover any peop"wh ,. t .e doittjf the JJlasonry and l

it"! t .._"._ _, ', ..100 at night to. necessitate: sleeping.undercover 'The tree has no excuse for existence: wounds, but a bottle. if whiskey, into : acid ..
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Ilia t a. :n." n. 10 I : ; and where, the nlg t' birds lull unless it' \bears fruit which.had been emptied a large portion Sidewalk work on 8..ndo'.

l' 1'1 _,.: aath-: and the mocking bird strychnine was f . u .emmaeirdioaA, .__t fray ..e "H to make
.; .-d -.e.--ea.-.w-br.u..wrtiar I awakesyoll with the coming of the The quality of i -borne demon physicians disclosed that Ellison : buildings, will be ijlad estimates'r .IfUAR'ANTKLLE
; -l\ d nat., wW cot be r.tan.d ..... '
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I; dawn; where everybody i is'peaceful., and straUs the character: of the tree. had swallowed a large portion of thebottle .v work' '' ,. '
"j happy, and angry words >are' unknown; ,.which caused, his death, on sidewalk ,
7 c..r.d.ttb.e.toala.la KIaatm_ Fla.. .M I _.. 4- ,;
ti..0ad aaaa anat m.ger.A . where every dinner table is loaded with 'When the mind of" man is freed'from -- --- Can b 'found after work' hours by'I"

-- fresh vegetables' and every yaNi.IB all false environment' he'''will find truth J LOCAL' G\\ A. .R. POST -

: w .. ......... Friday July 22,1WO.; : I filled with fragrant flowers; where all) las water finds its. level. 'pho il1g 91. Bond gi velf if required, ,witha i
live to the blessings of life, and .
1H\ enjoy I .' Mating \
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.. ;,' \ We will wafer our 'last copper .that Optimism is king of the day, amlVhereiprosperityis ; AH history Wars'witness, that man is Will Hold .n' Open in Court 8uarttriteeof 'five years. ,

., mo substantial brick business build- stamped on every ,man's searching foe freedom 4 House-on the,27th \ '
face and the door of hospitality alwaYI.j '
s, loftS arexbeing: erected In Kisslmmee at I because Gen. O. O. Howard Poet G. A. R., '-.. .
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]open. Yes we are sad, very!> sad ...
the preen? ' cannot have Keller and Ferris and l
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J ( 'in-Florida, Jacksonville and Tampa not i, Holly and HelherinR"Wnand fetovall ,is_enslaved in ignorance house on .Wednesday'evening,.the 27th, ,

, ' : excepted Before you take the bet just i I and McCrrary; and Law'and' -, and the public generally)!is invited, to .
and McKay } .
,1)) I .J!. come her and sea for>ounelf. Israel made the -golden calf out of attend but special invitations" have "-0" "J
'all the rest of the beggars here to .. -
poor : - ::
material itolen- from the : "
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l' been issued to the G. A. R. Posts at '-
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help tae .enjoy these many blessings. ..
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' The Tribun pub- | 1 St. Cloud and daft and :
ii ., l DeSoto Countylished But day have and to the mem
i some we may money
at Bowling' Green, the first ,
',\\J bee of which was received this week, lea ------- -- -7- -- -- him 'to be. I Asssociation. \ >

I aplendid addition to the Florida press. |' !If there be one better way than- another 1 ) One of the largest crowds ever, assembled I J
That-wbich. hidden but'for
think is
Aa a general rule a newspaper. reflects I to ruin a town it is for those who at-, a similar entertainment in --,

t ;:,t the character of the community in'which live in it to go about apologizing for ita ex- last.a"time;,it ripens'and comes forth'at Kissimmee' is expected to be present on ' MIDSUMMERCONCERT[ ; '

,i I it is published, and if it applies in the istence. There are some who are always , '- that occasiory'as special trains will be ,
! case of the Tribune, Bowling Green' is 1 run on the Belt and
;1 z ready to say by their action at least, Sugar fully half .
\ a thriving, hustling.. up-to-cste little that this place don't amount to much. ';i Sorrow and gladness! suffering and of the population' St. Cloud -The Fallowing Programme Will Be Rendered at the Enter
enjoyment' fear and
; iM, city. __ ___=-=-=.= They will tell you that the town is dead; and enlightenment, are the'hope fruits Ignorance of the come, as the old soldiers of tltat town tainment Tonight at the High School) Auditorium, given for the
that n. one would; think of stopping I know that the latch string ot.} '..very I
Forty rooms are being added to The I seed sown in tire past. I Idoor in Kisnimmee Benefit of the Village Improvement Society.
I here; that some town adjacent is more hangs on the outside .
'j Graystone,' work on a new fifty.room,1 .
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to'them.
respectable, more enterprising, has I II
hotel commenced this week, another We cloth ourselves in of :
was 'garments
i The entertainment will' .be in theform
\ better people, 'better enjoyments, is I, i
" 'j' fifty-room concrete or brick hotel our OIKQ making. -
I !c : ahead of us in everything. This i is all " of the old comrades reciting reminiscences -
' I. in contemplation, and there will be : 1: PROGRAMMEDFriday.
, I wrong. Even if it be true no one of the days when Fed. and I II ke
\ '. at least fifty rooms to let over the' new He who stubiiyt how to l,ecoine faultless I I Con fed. .faced
should ever admit it, when it comes to each other oij the many |
l. : brick business housei going up. ont who strives io be pureht'arted.i i')
battle fields
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.V 'making a comparison. Every good made sacred I to both the I
I t Broadway. Does that look like we are : citizen of this town, should take a who aims at the pusSttjsion of a cfllm : Due and the gray by the blood of their I f July. 22nd, 8 P. M.
making provision for the care of home- wise and teeing mind, enVitKeB in the !
; brothers .
\ special local pride' in all that pertainsto in arms, earn "story being followed -|
t I 1 seekers and visitors this wihtt-r? Well, most sublime task that he undertake '
: c School Audit01'ium'
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and lunch beans
liome. The schools the churches, the by a song, a of <

y\ we guetc ye. __ -- amusements, the business, pleasures in this world. coffee, etc., will .bv sorveil. Those who I| .

the picnics, the celebrations in fact (tend are requested to briny a cup and --11t'?;-
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i. : The Kissimmee Gazette offers Time is the 'most \bus.-tl : in '
a prize ac toT old 1 sldier
I everything should be 'looked on by our s as every learned -over ],
s:\ to the who cuts pie> into the this life. .PART 4
person a forty that a and i
1 people as just as,good as can begotten years ago cup spoon .
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: greatest number of pieces with seven up elsewhere. The town that "wecan" never foun \their way back to theI 1 1. ORCHESTRA "
nays "
I The bonds of impotence, sin and! habit ,
f straight cuts. Send us a pie, ana: we'llenter
will always succeed. The town selfmade.The lunch counter whwji once in the handsof :2.! PIANO Dl'ET '

'. the competition o6r.elvee.-'fam- I that says, "Oh I don't know, I don't are a hungry! man. '" I (fa) Jipvr Song From Faust C Gounod.
Tribune. Why, certainly we'll send' I 1 Ili( ) Morris Dance '
./ pa think it will amount. to much. is never The arrangements for\this meeting j
,_i are BO numerous around Kissimmee that acquires habit and produces every established commander of the local win '
R..I..rt..d.
:, : pride, borrow some. -The Saunterer. in post, f. fief 3. READING
mental
condition, from which
if l \ are forced to give silver pitchers as Sanford Herald. a guarantee that it will be a monumehvii !Miss VIRGINIA MAKINSONtl.
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\a life can be truly judged. .
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) .rt p I Mrs. Mary Ernest Wilson I: MRS WILLIAM 11. NORTON I Ir.f

t ., The pastors' of Kissimmee's five I The follo\'K.t announcement of the I NEGRO RUNS AMUCKCrazed St. Cloud loming 300 Strong MANDOLIN DUET SENEORA J. S. Nathan
,i 1t"I churches ban been given a five acre I .
I death of Mrs. Earnest Wilson KATZ BROTHERS'
Mary appeared Commander G. E. Tarbox Gen.

garden Now watch psUlitm.them"-let which it to grow raise truck.up to in last Sunday'sTampaTribune' by Cocaine He Kills'Sa-eral'l O. O. Howard Post, G. A. R., receivedthe tR';G, PIANO ...- RlOOlEtTOMBS. : Lint

weeds. Preachers don take kindly to and caused a wave of universal sorrowin finally KiUing following post card this morning, W. MAINE HUTSON

x kos.-South Florida Sentibe There'swhere this city where she was reared and. Crazed by the use cocaine and i i which is self explanatory: 7. VIOLIN SOLO IL TROVATORE J. B Singelee
loved. 'The hearts of all our people go j lof SL Cloud, Fla., July 21, -'10. H
our friend Ferris make a jealousy, Will Ellison/ Tampa MRS STANLEY BULLOCK
/ negro ;
in sincere the bereaved
mi.-j out sympathy to Will be down Wednesday eve nextIon
: take.. The preachers in Kiasim shot and killed his mother-in-law, Celia j, ORCHESTRA
husband and children: schedule time 300 strong. Leave
r like every other citizen here, are Bryan; Rev. Jesse W. Avery pastor of i
\"News. reached the last of Re-
city night : there at 11 oclock on return trip.
i k energetic men, and a/e thoroughly capable the African M. church; Henry Clark \{ ;-
I, the death at Bartow of Mrs. Wilson I member ne t Wednesday eve, 27th inst.
of successfully working a truck wife of A..F. Wilson a prominent negro organist, and seriously woundedhis J. O. McNEW,
{: garden. If this thing had occurred in B.r-I wife and his sister-in-law. May Bryan I PART II.
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tow buinesman=: :: who was Chairman Com.
Orlando would not have been at all and Policeman Havman. .
located here with y. R. Fuller & Co. 1. PiANO' LACAPRICEUSEMiss Felix Borowski
surprised at the above notice. Following the shooting a riot t Notice .
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Mr. Wilson has m.n''end.. in.Tampa WILDER
alarm was sent in and the entire police
who will be grieved to leajrnof the loas i Notice is hereby given that the registration -
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Lakeland is on. of.the five postoftices force was sent to the scene, where the 2. VOICE ABSENT J, W. Metcalf'
a of his wife and who will extend their books will be openat my placeof Miss GRACE JOLLY.Selected. .. .
in Tlorida, according to a Washington heartfelt Mrs. a wildest excitement prevailed. ,. business trim 9 a. m. to. 12 m., and __ . ' ; : '-" ,' ,
sympathy., Wilsohxja ,
increases Ellison the Methodist church 3. READING , : .. :, , , ,, ''i') ( ( '
dispatch In which 'promotion. entered .' " ,
or. later of Charles Ernest, Of the Erne>t. from 2'' P> m. to /5) p. m. daily, from . ,.'' ,",,I.; .,,j,,, ,I".. '"" r' ,','" 1;,! ,Of ;MI! k.' J '
in salary are to be made. The Mercantile Co., '"which was purchased which is located In'Tampa'' negro August 1st until and including October I t1lr') "} '''A1' Md'f"f i :: '') ,\ "' 'MiSS MILDRED""" 'M"LEE'.,,!",fili 1.. 1'i, J ;f\'kli,>I'!>'I .In' I .. '
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d. other offices affected are Gainesville, settlement, known as -"TheScrub, 4""MANDOLIt.' DVEr I 'il.tjlJ'B'! DA"cr 11. OSntton Y'K1TZ (':
died and various \ ;,
o by Mr. Wilson.; Mrs: Wilson' 8th; 'lib the election pre- .. s ,
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Miami Key West and Orlando.-Lake. with ashpt and shouted that he ". '?\'I ' . ,
o'clock gun c ';"''''r.'I''T'f'. ' BROTHERS _., ." .
about 7 last night. ,. cincts fro /September /6th/) / until October : ...-"
land News.. Now we know that Editor was readyte send all sinners to their '
r.,, 8th:;' Time and place-wilt be designated 5. PIANO S. B. MiIIlMRH
. Hetheringtoa would not for price do last reward,. aricNQred at the preacher I
I; .. any I. M. MabbeU by District Registration Officer W. MAINE HTTSON
; Kisslmmee injustice, but we wouldnggest \ : and the organist, causing their instant
k I. M. Mabbette, a well known hotel ', I C. W. GRIFFIN, 6. VOICE Selected!
-to him that be be a mite more I death. He then hurrietKto the home of '
manager in Volusia county cities died i Oct. 8. Supervisor of Registration. MK<,, WIIII/IM' II, NORTON
4 f careful his reading in future. The his mother-in-law, where hJh- tilled the ,

.!.' salary: of the postmaster in this town last Monday, July 4th, from oaralysis. j I' woman and when his wife and sister-in- Ethan Sharpe 7. ORCHESTRA -
He 69 of Mabbette |
Mr.
WM increased from $1.600 to f 1,900 a was years .ge. law hearing the.shots, hurried intotfae .
a came from Buffalo, N. Y., and had been I L Died at the home of his parents in '
and of both
year, the percentage increase in room, he shot of them, and his
living in Volusia county since 1895. He trihKcity early .last Monday miny, "
the office receipts waa greater than thatof sister-in-law will die. J I
tt: any other in the state, according to conducted The Breakers at Seabreeze Policeman II ayman appeared on the I Ethan SharDe. aged 21 years. .
and The Rosedale and Hamilton at pay.tone. I Ethan vfrsithe youngest son of Mr. .
;, statements lent out from Washington. andthe fired at him -
I scene negro several I 1- - -------
Our poe mce, like Klsstmmee, is growing He is survived by his wife; and shots striking the body The officer I and Mrs. J. Mharpe, and had been UNIVERSITY I OF FLORIDA ELORIDA STATE COLLEGE FOR WOMEN
eight children.-New Smyrna Breeze '
; J .. more rapidly\ ] than any other in the Mr. Mabbette was brotherinlawof returned the fire and the negro fled ill for some time Tie immediate cause UINE.VILIEA ttUMASIft ,
r a a 1 lor SUPERIOR IUT. IKEXPENSIVE INSTITUTION
Sooth: It would do some Florida editors Mrs. Clay Johnson., and fatherof down an alley. j his death, however as cramp colic._ FLORIDA MEN FOR College of Arts and !kw"...... Normal School. .:
Mrs. J. F. Brown, both of this f f Interment was held at Keajehiil cemetery YOUNG Srhool of Muilc.School of Art. School Expmion. :
few here city.
) ) good .to spend a day. The: !' place where he was supposed to Four rolleirf;CTicu'tural experim station, . School of Home EconotnkM. ;
mixing with the whirling tide of prosperity He wu well known in Kisslmmee, halting be in hiding was surrounded and'after on Tuesday. ,, University tension, i'i' proftamim'mnd anUtants. First cUiu equipment throuchout. TulUon frM.Other '
j ja
settled here in the! pioneer s of { OIl per cent increase in attendalbir Uitt year, oprnnm vet / low. For formation dtlWUI (.
.; that la surging up and down our the town and was prominently \identi-! careful, search the negro was found I Large desk blotters for- sale at thioffice A ttractlv buildlnir and ca\mpu 1 ofxatalovuv. dax.. .
street at a race horse speed. fled with i its earlier developments. just. inside a white .ident'. yard in a for 10 cents drew A A. MUHMMEt. hist"eiit. '. COHIIUI, fniMwlID: I-"

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f.. '4",:.' A People are just waking up to the fact that the Kissimmee Prairie is astorelioiise. > wealth. It" will

.. :if, . give: generuusly to'the man who will expend a little energy and a little intelligent labor on4t.

fi; Where on earth can a man find an ideal climate, such,as we have in the Kissimmee Valle> in combination

;, Home.- ,- with a rich soil that will yield him from $HOO to $200 per acre per year, and yc'i buy both soil


"_ e /. and climate for ONLY $20.00 PER ACRE. N .


That is' what we arereally selling in Florida, oil!1 and, climate.. Without the climate the soil could

'L on the not produce so abundantly, and on any other soil th& climate could not be so beneficial.


And then think of living in a climate where malarja and heat prostrations are unknown, and where

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


: : yBeautiful,\ of enduring;them .when it isn't necessary. '


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

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

: :- THE BARGAIN. ; .
](issimmeer

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

-' worms as well. Our best tracts are closest town site and the early\buyer gets the best location. ,

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lti6Klssiinni66iYall6u 1 Gazelle For Sale-Four' good mules ,
. J .' :-J1 W; meeta' Gso.- B. Tatman of Shell. Ham- vi.. 1". Hall, Jr. 1.-'
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I"was In the city Tuesday on his Kfulmmeel, whoCloud
TELPHOtdE. NO1I... 1 r Wood, ,brand : Bartow look and 4S
per $1.2&, f1v to after business$ N1gb01a.FlorM for
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:PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY I Free: your shoes from A. *S. ie ]lre to go-out to the Auditorium Frlday.-Ft.! Myers Preis. r' .BABiES'' '

A-BY- I stock: low prices F.renta.at A rare treat is In store for Mrs. S. B. 'Mrs. fe/C. Cox nnn .

w. B; HAfI".Bp :, ..,. ,I Go to J. M.. Post attend. Admission 25, 35 an .
to get )' \ ...,, and the 0 0 u :
: spent day in Kissimmee. WANTEPWilderV
=----' watches and clocks repaired. The : ::,../-' \
Mr. Valley Gazette .r
Alma Griffin returned home acknowledges an appreciated / ,
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For Sate-Good call from these ladies. ..
No. 8 cook r" from an extended visit to rela .
sell cheap.! W. Downing. Palm Beach, New and ,,:
,WeatherRepott: Ft. )' Smyrna:: Misses Jiabel and Elisabeth 'Parkerand
. Have you'seen the'."ilmlt" : : Master Wadley Parker returned 1- ,l
Overs" just,, arrived at C. Mrs. S. A. Rev. David D. Kidd will hold home last week from Sampler? S., C.< I
daily'tem. : a ; where they Save ,, been their Studio Ar
the visiting
Following are in the Episcopal church on .
B) or 6 doses "666" will cure sister, Mrs Geo. M. Dunne' ..
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and precipitation w. of..Chills Macon next. Morning prayel'lnd ser .. '
'peratures and Fever. Price .. .
reported 'lay?,the.. Government.: ., Miss 11 o'clock. ,Ddn'tf fail tallttend'theMld.umsier .
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.tat1on-.t. KII.IDlmM for the. gents sells Kimball ] ; Jr. of Henry Matthews, the big cattle Concert at 'the Auditorium this even
ending July 21, 1910. ganatf. See him at The in this was in the city yesterday. and ing. The entertainment will be well
week Yl
_ ... / to Klsslmmee via auto on bual-. worth the price! of admission and the
-- MAX' MIN BAIN List your paOperty with R. Reporter-Star.. proceeds will be devoted to a worthy "
&; Co. for quick sale at ,- of Ur cause. Free Homesteadsfrom
94 70 '.:,23 E. re is a great deal of business to
..Friday Saturday.,' . . 95 73 . .'. building. dc r ,, at the Board of Trade :=>>,...-.c. C. Giles of Umatilla warn the 1 '.*. it.
. 95 For Sale at a : it.'t I Monday night, and you should I II appreciated guest of Mrs. E. L. Lesleya 40 to 160 acrqv land(
Sunday. 74. S t to few this
feet timber. give your counsel days week. Mr. and Mrs. It.
Monday . . 93 73 29-tf capacity-and S. S. GBIFFIN; :: at A .. Giles and children will return to Kissim, 'irt Ala.... Ark., FU, LA.I;
Tuesday. . . 90 73 08 I N. C.! Enge, of St.ew'artaviJi.e, mee in time for- -the' fall opening of and Mf.s. GIVE" AWAY \. r
90 72 . "Wanted-To* exchange in the city this week and school. STATES '
Wednesday. I BY UNITED COVEHN--' I .
breech-loading shotgun for preparing tract in Kissim- I
Thursday . . 89 70 ,10.Mw Address box 697. city. i : for building and a-crop. Mr. H. A. Grant went to Kissimmee; MENT to successful! applicant ,, '
this morning to visit the. logging'camp *. Send aSe for Info,.-:
For Sale-A new hot water I was left -at this office last of the-W..._L I. Co., where they are 'v ijmatienandapplicaUontorm
-- ---- - and brooder; capacity 125 t'g containing; several sheets of sand engaged in getting out pine stumps for '>r j

w .ewv.wvawv.vw 30 ft G...M. evening.. and some rubber packing. Owner the turpentine at this place.-Reporter. DIXiB HOME CO;, Msraajs. Fie h
.same by.calling.for it. Stan, Wednesday; 8O-tpd.
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LOCAL FIELD. J in Fraternity HalA1\ >ply the C! W. Dann, one of KiR imm'ee's j We regret to learn that Mrs. W.. J. --
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11"i Dann, Secretary. -" )\\Ion< prominent business men spent Sears has been quite seriously ill at the Mr: and Mrs S. C. Bass -and chilj" .
II.. M Breaker has the best! in this city'with his many 1 Grave. House, where the family are dren took 'their departure Wednesday .
tion ever put on the market ; Shop Reporter-Star, Wednesday. boarding, for the past three weeks. morning tor points up the State. They f
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., -4,000 acres muck for the F. H. Lawson has'gone to Geor Springs
Wade, the tuner Orlando. pine land -at $25 per acre. spend a brief vacation, and dur her' speedy re ov.ery. -.. I: while gone.-Ft. -Myers Press ,_

Tin roofing, guttering her .. and absence Effie,hU are daughters looking after, Misses the Mr J. N. Calhoun and'family, formerly i Mr. Carrington Barn, president of
Picture framed at the Home Store. we have the goods, tools and the residents uf Kissimmee, passed the Kissimmee Valley Land Co. ,ar-
first class work. Miss through the city on the afternoon tr'ain rived in the city from Jacksonville{ on
Remnants now on sale atC.W. Dann e. 30tf The I'ioneer I D. P. MikeseU charge of Mr. Wednesday. on their -way to Pass-a- Monday bringing a force of eight men "
Bowen's extensive farming and Grille for a month's outing at that de- who have been' put to work clearing ,
Remnants in lace and embroidery at. Office fixtures filing I and operations at Canoe creek lightful Gulf Coast resort land In Kissimmee Park, preparatory
C. W.ann'lI.\ 27-tf : labor saving devices of all city transacting business in the city to planting a large citrus fruit grove..
& Erbe make. See iV. I Messrs. Sam Griffin and Will Moseley
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Dwelling: for rent, apply I' Home Store. : were popular visitors from up the Mid at re. A. Tress left last week for Wilmington -
ler. I take but a Couple of hours of land Railroad in the city this week. Delaware where she went U
For fr..shlh.! phone the Rull Bass Sewing Machines-Agency pie time to attend tr>e-o .vting qf. the White here Sam displayed his usual attend the. silver jubilee of her brother -. ? .
: I!k9. 19-tf machines Cash or on easy rules in of Trade on Monday night and good judgment in real estate mattersby the Rev. Fathet Hugo Pall, celebrating
Market () : 13.00Jer/ month Machines paper every good citizen owes that purchasing a splendid residence lot I the 25th anniversary of his admission to
McCaJI's' patterns;; and publications at 21-tf The pitcher to the town that in yielding him on upper Main street from his brother, the priesthood. Mrs. Tress will also .
A. S. Gilbert's. 25tf j' ht this living and a respectable C. W. Griffin, on which he will\ prpba- i visit relatives in Pennsylvania while y
Florida Schools for Florida to win on the side bly build a house later. I away. _. .r,. e ,
the Rull Let me find one for
For Pressed poultry, phone 'I you I
Hans 102 ark"t, NoMf. 19-lf HERBERT A. I
: 26 t Sept 1
Agency of tie, White Star Laundryat
the Home Store. I'hone 11&>4. An intelligent person may ..
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monthly corresponding for I -+
Mutton fresh fat and fines, at the.i! No canvassing Send for WHAT OTHERS. THIINK '
Mull BaR Market phone 1j9.! li -tf i Press Syndicate, B2245, '
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Spend your cash' with us and get a'' We only guarantee our I
free. A. S. Gilbert 25tf five but will, last
net of dishes years they -

Coupons given with every cash pur- See corner us during and get work estimates hours., at S S I M M E E PARK h'

chase, redeemable in dishes at A.25tf S. 30-tf Hicks &
Gilbert's. -

Hicks & the. construction For-Sale-Several desirable
Bryan people
150 feet, desirable locality,
I and makeguarantee
will ide walks
lay your
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years.
stallment plan, perfect title.

For bargains in resident. property ARTHUR E. orn 'OJI'P 1
truck lands and orange groves call on 28-tf Kissimmee. -

H. M. Breaker Kissimmee. Fla. 4-tf The who buys the I aon. ... .
person I :
..For choice 5-acre suburban home and tract a of quarter truck and miles hammock from t"e; := to, W S IIARWELLI oa.naz BOMB* t. I

tracts, Kissimmee Gardens. .
see
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at $25 per acre will M.ieowr
J. M.'Willson, Jr.
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in twelve months. Write H. REAL-EsTATE BROKER ? ,io..Dya14f.
Before having your sidewalk laid off er, Kissimmee Fla., and he ', .....,, .
see Hicks Bryan. At work on Ito- you al! about it. .

tundo building during hours. 30-tf the few ,... '
For.Sale-One of Y1SaZMM: ..--- 't.
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We can sell\ your orange grove for a reasonable land within the city limits ,
List with been subdivided, consisting of ; -
price on short notice. March 28th 1910 c
us and allow u. a chance to verify this adjoining land selling for $ .11
statement, 23-tf R. D. Waring &Co. per acre; my price for quick
per acre. .. (
Muck,land near hiss mmee on which Address A. W. ;
be obtained is bring 28-tf :.. "
flowing well. can .. CarrlngtonAE.Barrs ,- : "
ing from $100 to (200 per acre. I can For Sale-The Malmg 'Klgylmmee Land Co.Klaaimmee /" ,' .' ,,,',(, :t' ;' ..'# },(.( ' I
Valley j ; .
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for $26
sell you the same kind of ,land ter of block, ; " '-;;, .;" ,; ))Ift:1I'; :,b \..'
adjoining ; j ;, r'' '
'H Breaker, 28 tf [ afl ,
an acre. ; M. Fla. '
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whole of block , '
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Anyone anywhere can ''start small bearing orange and other ; ) : "'' .'. ," ; ''. +v'fV-HS, ; r( \ ,',,.;;,,1: .\ $\, ,: '" : ., ,'. ; ,
sufficient fruit from I .I"
order business at home. No canvass gotten > 1\ .: ,
ing. Be your own boss. Send for free taxes and insurance, plenty
booklet: Tells how. Heacock, A 2144 trt'i!! ideal place for In answer to yours of recent date will say that. I have'r' '

Lockport, N. Y. $two.bUU-IOjO years at( 8 cash per ,cent balance familiar: with the Me Cool tract or-what is now known as "Kissimmee, ,

Call get us estimates up at phope on {laying 9] any sidewalks.eveningand dress owner. Arthur E. for the past twenty-five years. This tract containsapproximately "

Bond and guarantee for five years. 30-tf ,OOO acres with a variety and quality of soil unsurpassed for fertility wr:. .
30-tf Hicks & Bryan. County Commies ner E. "
makes it
added another line ohm omb1ne.d with the almost perfect water protection pre-eminent- "

sight For of Sale tie-Five city limits.acre lots Price, within 175. tile enterprises at i t. Cloud I : the very best proposition for both citrus fruity and trucking. ','. ,A ';
when he the '
title. purchased good .
Installment plan, perfect never i
fixtures of A. F. I ass' '-
ARTHUR E. DONEGAN,* known a failure of on account of cold or .
28-tf Kissimmee Fla. Mr. Lesley Is one o the 1 havey crops any -
owners in Florida, ind is cause. I can speak from actual knowledge as i had charge of this ,,'; ., '
sale of land position to supply h is market
I have for 4,000 acres
near Kissimrnee that will produce tl.OOO choicest of home raised beef. op rty shortly after the big freeze until it was' acquired by Mr. W. .

worth of vegetables every year. I'am Dr. S. W. Downing McCool, and It has been known since as the McCoo :farm or Steer Beach. : ,':" :' -, "". f
safe H.
at $25
it for an acre.
offering M. Breaker. 28-tf the champion fisherman of exceptionally fine quality of all the citrus fruits embracing Grape .'.' . '
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For Sale-Nice four I'OOllcottage, creek last week with, when hook he and landed line : t Oranges Limes icily lemons etc. grown on this :farm gave: it , "" v

verandas, flowing well desirable local- weighing 19J pounds, that placed its crops in a class by themselves, and fancy prices 'A
ity, price $ liberal term. string.of other fish of both fruit and '-
ARTHUR E. DONEGAN, tions. The doctor was so always been paid for Grape Oranges grown on this 4 i

28-tf Kis immee. Fla. with his large fish that he had The hammock and pine-lands are the ideal fruit lands while the 'erg.,

For Sale-Orange grove of 1.000 some up and little photographed son standing, with loam prairie and rich muck lands bordered' by 'Lake-TOhopekailga on -

tree. and 40 acres good hammock land 'boy and fish being about sides furnishing excellent water protection making 'it 'practically '
with water on three sides, onequartermile lengths. '
from Florida Midland railroad. from frosts. The fine ;flowing wells now on this property ,. and ,
For price and terms write Mr. S. B. Aultman can be had at a reasonable cost, makes this a veritable Eden :for '
last from '
Saturday
GRIFI Gotha. Fla.
S. S. N
where he and lire. Aultman &, and especially are these lands: adapted to the growing of ,, '
Sale Five hundred I acres high spending several weeks. He : '
for cauliflower '
: Beans
Lettuce Irish potatoes ,
Asparagus
Cabbage
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pine and hammock lands, w th clay sub- ten acres of his fine truck { ,
soil fronting on Lake Butler, near irrigation and came down to etc. '
Midland railroad. Will sel either as a the work was properly '
whole or in small tracts! Terms to Aultman will remain in "
suit purchasers S. S. 'RIFFIN fall. Mr. llltman recently The County farm adjoining Kissimmee Park on the .East has i.s-. ;

2SMf < otha, Fla severe Chicago attack but has of now pneumonia about only been self-supporting but has paid off the bonds of the County ., { "

Let me help you make a fortune. | I his normal good health. helped the good roads :fund as well with an annual revenue to -the t. ', .

acres have 3,000 of hammock'acres of and muck pine: land and 1.000 witha I}f The: wails for the new !ort _,of about $4,000.00 net. Besides you have the- advantage both ,-" ; t ...

water frontage of live miles, and inter I dition to the Grayatone are and land transportation. Thistract:: being about five miles -: '.
of Kissimmee and will be rushed .
minutes ride by going up .
buggy I from and in view of Kissimmee City the seat of Osceola .,
that 1.will sell *25 an acre; tion as fast an possible. \ : County. ,.,,
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part cash balance On time. H. M. dition is completed the Gray {
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Breaker Kiasimmee, Fla. contain about eighty I f
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2i-tf'l I be the equal in comfort and The health of this locality unsurpassed by any in the .' 1
If you want the best body of land inFlorida of any hotel in this section of Another 'feature not to be overlooked is that the title to these a j
that will
-land produce fl.OOO Mr. Thurman is to be /
th of vegetables to the acre and upon his enterprise in is perfect. Combining as this proposition does all: of the good .. ,

whl ill only on ,
from K1 Biniinee, with fiye miles of wa- ands of visitors who will J
tenfrontag immune from frosts anda simmee tbis fall and winter. without a rival. I predict for you a success with these lands '
Ailroad running through it-I can sell ,I __ .
will eclipse anything in Florida. ___ t.
it% you for haHSwhat m being asked John Moody is making an ..- ;
for a productive1 land that has fewer i I tour of Oaceola County in his + 1
railroad facilities. :: bile. Mr. and his - -
conveniences and no Moody
With kindest and best -wishes I remain
II. M. Breaker Kissimmee, Fla. 28-tf Moody, have recently regards -
Henderson estate near I
Beautiful home built and several herd of V
For Sale- ,' including yours very truly .
formerly owned by Hon. J.. W. Watson; was in the cattle business '> ,
now being thoroughly renovated inside ago but sold out to the
and out; quarter of block; plenty of and since then made a trip / F
room; servant's house and stable. Price where he saw how the cattle 'Jr : -L' tf
$4,000) one-third cash, balance in one, in that section' wan rapidly < L J
two and three years at 8 per cent inter- He predicts that Florida
est. Address one of the owners. soon De in great demand, BO
Arthur E. Donegan, cousin purchased the large f d.
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_. GENERAL HARDWARE 1 VVTllEN 1 was :young and full of hope "I am busy all the tlnW I results, but results with a PROFIT. The user of fertilizer
* And life was warm and newI "You busy all the time?'' considers the PlTect-on his, pocketbook the KEAI result
;(l..l.. f..clftf, Hur.lt.r.. Pal.t...Ollnsnd Vsrninhai.. arainoaro. t.rock- used" to ait around< and think "Yen. ." I I IDEAL )FERTILIZER': produces the right, .eff&ct, for it works
.ry sad Dltlio*. Full Lln .Ocnt. P.ral.hlsg.Hnl. *. Of things that I would do' "Doloif wba?" with Nature The preference ef eAch class of vegetation, for its. 'I
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udCape. Csdla' Now.r !source of plant food is carefully studied< as well all the proper proportions -
And unhampered quite
I mas "Running up bllU. I to give perfect balance
By notions that my parents had I ( no lack no waste.
GRAIN FEED AND FERTILIZERS r Of what was wrong or right I I With proper: application of proper food, vegetation outgrows.
r Fo.lad.. I diseases and injects to a great extent, and being strong and vigorous,
I wanted to go forth and Cham "What Jo you going to d.> when i produces fruit that is pleasing to the eye and palate and brings
R Grocery Located on N. Y. Ave., 2 doors! from t. Cloud Hotel II IIJ Make The far red myself man up a the name trail.to caus you see him?" financial. returns pleasing to the grower.
I Hardware Store Penn. Ave., near 11th St. The savage heart to quail. "I am, !going'to kill: \ him. I Do not l lose the maximum profit due you by using poorly balanced
\ And when the last lone Indian "Have you a permit?' plant food from improper.nourceg.. IDEAL. stands for PROFIT.
; x '" OUR PRICES ARE-LOWEST *K..tIt"arm for PULLBR fuwif Pql..10; S JOHNSON I Had wanted by my for gun excitement been slainI then "1 nadn't thought ofXthat." Call on our local ager.t

To rob a railway train. WATERS,; CARSON GROCERY
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A pirate on the Spanish main can't make out this letter. I or address
CASH OR IHSTAtLMBNTSr \\aji juHt about and my size,and thenA "{t begins by saying 'I take my Jacksonville,
.. To capture gold. now In band' Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Co.
---- maiden as a prlxn. pen ,
And when a bloody war broke out "Look again and sec U aba: didn't say
Avt. betwcea lOtk aid 111k Prompt Deliveries .
I would be there at hand. i betook her shoe brush.
And natural It then would seem -
4 For me to take dammajtd.! '
'J Liked to See Him In Character."I .

irk -i PtUMBlNG AND STEAM HHING 'Oh When trusty. Rose 1 weapon were was young bloody In my and days.hand bold.A ,indeed. -> "Are km you a regular?" rolling stone." N. IT.

That never did get cold! "Tou bet." I3A.SSICONTRACTOR
But.'havlnc grown to man's .stateI've \ "Well, roll along then"
'J lost my taste tar goo .
L. B.'CRISSMAN And my excitement now consists
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In loaflnc stam.As PERT PARAGRAPHS.
I .<,' _1 WITH I_ ... and BUILDER \
Osceola Hardware Lo.J Usual.Gossiping . When you take hold of a tbing be
Is vlctou habit.
1 a sure tbat you grasp It by the handle
Forty Years fijrfperlence Large' Northern Cities. "lao't It? I despla*'it myeelL""So Does General Contracting and Building and Furnishes Estimates -
First-class Workmen Employed. do I." Whenyou Sod wbat you hare been ( on Structures of an size or Dimensions whether
'Only "By the way." looking for all these years you will get -"V7T It be a Two-Room Cottage or a Tourist Hotel.
Windmill and Pump Material "\\-hatw .
the surprise of your' life. --
' r Always on Hand. KIRRIMMFyt : "Hare you beard what they ere all.aying Makes a Specialty of boring ARTESIAN WELLS
PHONe 88 about Brown \ in which he has>met with the greatest success
"Brown Mercy me! No! What Islt Etl4A fMEe Iha of any man\ lit Florida.

;' I' --.ii.Very. Low Round Trip RatesVIA ?" Cxplainad." ._ -\ a f Give him your work and e.Kissimmee

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MILWAUKEE. WIS. and Return. July 28th to 31st. Limit There won't be any Indllt bon where -
$40 65-
Aug. 13. Extension Sept. 3rd. the hole"." \ CASH STORE
.,' $43.05-NEW YORK, N. Y., and Return. All rail. Sold daily. Limit I
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; $43.06-PHILADELPHIA. PA., and Return. All Rail. Sold daily. "You have Insulted me!" The person who U able to boaa the -First Door North of Postoflice

i .:....,....ry. __ 'h_ L Limit Oct. 31st.$22,00MONIEAGLE "What are you going to do about bond always acts aa It It were a very ....
: TENN.; and Return. July 29, 30,' August 12. itr"I trivial matter Indeed. .N. i

b Limit Sept. 5th shall scorn you""heavens r'tA There you will find SHOES, HATS,
l S19.85-BLACK MOUNTAIN: N. C.. and Return. July 20, 28, Aug. ; J wonder what you self satisfied man la a great cIacourajJ8meDt 11 ..-
3, 6, 9, 13, 20, 25. Limit Sept. 8th. would do It I.were to take, a punch at to other persona who may DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS, allofbest|| :t
138.10-CHICAGO. ILL., and Return. Aug. 4, 5, 6, 7. Limit Aug. your .i hare deep and dark designs on him.
17th. Extension:; Sept. 6th. quality and lowest prices. J.
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,;: -sr. OVERS For rN ervationi or information call on nearest Atlantic I ,are not Falcons.FaJcoos large birds; but.: a. philosophy It you Sad It applicable to I Call Before Buying Elsewhere : J'
Coast Line Ticket Agent I they belong to the eagle family, they others, but not j to jwurself f I
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HUDSON x I. p e. . Bubyan Stephen' pastor: .
STEAM CARS'Supplies ----..--:" ., Sunday School 9.45a.rn,-N.'c:Bryan. : : .-

,WHITE PI (; ._Sly,,?_.. /OTHER' -,H..,CtfUCK."Olr. i ..--...;.....-tor." or Child-Hy-.-,l.n. of tti. Ruistll..s foot.' superintendent.T L-J' .
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Repairs and Accessories ATIIER than make womanindependent' of Prayer> ting7.45ThursdBy evening.
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B. Y. .6. U 7.45 Friday evening. T. 11
J a cure' for the divorce evil, MAKE :MAN MORE Visf.e a.always welcome. ', '. HENRY BASS. '.
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DEA LER'IN
ROOM PHONE: 164 .
AS A FIRST MOVE TO OBTAIN THE INTERDEPENDENCY PRESBYTERIAN.' .
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OF ,MAN- AND WIFE LET THE MAN'S S. S. Snyder pastor. I,' Staple and Fancy,) Groceries.AND r_ ,
COAT ,BE BUTTONED UP THE BACK. Sunday School l 9.45 a. ,m.-'aM.' F. .

THINGS WOULD NOT .BE:' SO' ONE SIDED AS Parkersuperintendent.\ COUNTRY PRODUCE *\ 'rt..
,.Christian Endeavor;: 6.30 p. m. .
THEY ARE AT PRESENT WITH THE WOMAN A HELPLESS
'he ROLL BISS MARKETarden Preaching Jevery second and fourth
,CREATURE AND THE: MAN ABLE TO TAKE CARE OF HIMSELF. I.
KISSIMMEE
Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. FLORIDA. .. .
WHAT IS NEEDED FOR THE HARMONY OF HOMES IS MORE CO. Prayer meeting and choir practiceThuredaye '. "
But ldin One Block from Depot 1
: OPERATION BETWEEN MAN AND WIFE.1 MAN A'N DRESS
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/ belre the second and fourth, PHONE 1T6 ,
HIMSELF, BUT A WOMAN .ii'AS TO HAVE ASSISTANCE IN ORDER Sundays at 7:00: p. m. .------ .

Freish Florida of all kinds. THAT HER DRESS MAY NOT BE HOOKED AWRY OR. LEFT UN- Visitors most cordially invited to.all F. H. '
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und WesternPOULTRY. ,,. JI. HOOKED IN PLACES. .ervices. -:....:.. : :; f: ;

We men like to laugh at women chanewe We note
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[ FRESH FISH CHRISTIAN.A. ,
,. EGGS. with interest how the fashion people get together every year in Paris I M. Chieliolm, pastor. Surveying and '. 0 I

Special dllenlion la Phone Orders-and FreeVelivery ..... and decide what.you shall wear. But, after all.I] look at myself and Preaching; first second and'tblrd Sundays : "

lo any part ofVie Cily. Wio-ne /89:3 see this lapel'on my coat, and in the lapel I see buttonhole. but on i[p. m.of each m.nth at 11 a. m. and 7.45'I Drafting ,' .. :

.__.. the other side there. is no button. for it, and I wonder what the button- 1 Bible SchooI9.45a. m.-A. W. Winn.

I hole is for. superintendent; A. L. Davidson, assis
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+ contemplate I WISh to building that 1 II \VeIllet's, say there are sixty million cents, and then compute how Christian Endeavor every Sunday

have found and procured the making beat much might he saved if all tho work on these I lapels were not per I evening at 6.30 p. m. KISSIMMEE. FLAfLORIDA
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; QRAYSTONEOftI : block sand in the Call and U. see S. the sand and formed. Then let us ask ourselves if it would not be just as well if the8p'cI I Prayer' meeting and choir practice every - I x

\ the manufactured. i prtduct. were located some other place-in t1l6 middle of the back, for Thursday, at 7.45 p. m. ..tr
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2.50 to 3.50 per day. + lOto 20 per cent more METHODIST.Jan. y
costs only and WHY, MEN HAD LAPELS IN THE MIDDLE OF Beautiful! winter home sltei situated .. '
I Special by week or month. :?I: and i. fire-proof water- proor IF THE THEIR T. Mitchell, pastor.
+ vermin.proof, and a house for a THE BACK, MAKING IT NECESSARY FOR THEIR WIVES TO HELP Preaching every Sunday morning andevening. In the Lake Region o; Florida.
H. w. nUll"", hs" ,. (.G. PORTER' Mff. :f: I life Trucking and Farming Lindsln large
THEM DRESS, WE WOULD HAVE FEWER DIVORCES. ,
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+++++++++ I Wifk"n Wtterltl. Cuitmt Flnl-ClMi) or mail tracts.
.+++++++++++++++ All .- Sunday Schools.45> a. m.-J. M. Lee,

Granitoid Works superintendent. CITY PROPERTY A SPECIALTY. .

........................... Kissimmee Prayer meeting' every Thursday List your property with rn. rer quick rH. ,
IL Nation First VanquishingDisease night. t
ATLANTA JOURNAL i a
Choir practice Saturday night.
every
SAVANNAH MORNING NEWS : Will Dominate Others. lilt .. M. BREAKER '. ;

TAMPA TRIBUNE : Osceola County
tex 17B ;
KISSiMNBE. FLA.
s .r VICTOR C. VAUGHAN. D>*n of Deportment of Medicine ind ur.cry. UnJrcrlly EPISCOPAL.
TIMES UNION .
at MIchK.n. Kev. David D. Kidd rector.

SATURDAY EVENING POSTVALLEIQAZFTTE :: Abstract Company PEOPLE HAVE COME TO A REALIZATION OF Services every second and fourth) Sun- W. C- BASS . h

: CIVILIZED THAT DISEASE CONSTITUTES THE GREAT- day at 11:00 a m.

: Others Coming. Papers Uefivereii. s TO HUMAN PROGRESS AND THAT NATION Communion) 2nd Sunday at'morning 1
SUBSCRIPTIONS TAKEN -i+ services. Wholesale and Retail! >
O. P. GARRETT Manager WHICH FIRST FREES ITSELF FROM THE BONDAGE OF Guild meeting first r
i : every Tuesday. Dealer
DISEASE WILL DOMINATE ALL OTHERS. IN THAT LAND THE ir. .
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CjtyfruitStore \ SUPERMAN, WILL FIRST BE. BORN.' FRATERNAL SOCIETIES. .

.. Real estate Two conditions are essential before any nation can free itself from Fresh .iBeef Pork and ': r.Mutton'
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......* ** Taxes Titles, examined paid, for Don-residents and reported on, disease. In the first place, it must POSSESS AN EDUCATED, MASONIC. 4' l '

Instruments relating U real estate SCIENTIFIC MEDICAL PIIOFESSION. In the second piece) Orange Blossom) Lodge, No. 80, F. & -

carefully drawnCorresp0ndencel the nation as a whole must be GUIDED BY TIlE ADVICE OF A. M., meets first and third Monday .
S'-U. K
BUROCk nights in each month) at 7.30 o'clock in
Solicited.1Jy.ct"rgatn
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I ITS BEST MEDICAL MEN. -, ?,*, -.. Fraternity Hall. PHONE.. .

With either of these conditions wanting no people will be able to J. M. Hansell, W. M.

ESTATE tINSlnfr : advance. Are we, the pebple of the United States, held in the bondage W. M. Carson, secretary. '

1 AL E ; S of disease tOne out! '!erf every seven of us dies of tuberculosis. KNIGHTS OiF' PYTHIAS. C.. W. Griffin .. .;(. ,,

Fifty thousand of us perish annually of typhoid fever; and ten times ,; .
Friendship! Lodge,No. 10, meets every / '
In all kinds of Real Estate this number lie stricken for weeks each year with this disease, but. Wednesday night at 7.00 o'clock in Fraternity -' : ',k

min tlon of' Titles a Fire and Life 'Insurance and ultimately recover. Pneumonia disputes with tuberculosis tbe right 'HalJ. .* , rANCY', Groceries" i

Armour's Fertilizers. Rent- to be called the captain of death. Some fifty thousand of us die"annu F, C. Bryan, chancellor.conimander. FAMILY ; :
Specialty. ... Jig and Collecting.Rents .a ". R.O.Meek, keeperof records and seal. .' :,',.,-'
,of cancer'and other :More than 25 cent, / ,. ',' ., .,r. .. -AND- I ,,, ,,
: Specialty. Taxes., paid for' .' ally malignant growths., per 'J....::.....:.. ' "( . S

Jespondenc* Solicited. Nen-residents. of our children die before" they.reach five years of nge. FRESH MEATS ' '
PYTHIAN SISTERS ,
in short MORE THAN so PER CENT OF us DIE FROM :
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Kipsimmee No.
MUBBB ** "" "" -I I Temple, 21. meets .
R. O. MEEK OAUSES THAT ARE PREVENTABLE and which the enlightened every Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock, _." -- oJ'" ,

W. S. HARWELL I nation of the future will prevent. except the fourth Thursday at which ,
Fib.
L ESTATENotary '' Kissimmee. time meeting will be held at 7:30. Delivery Every Day at Ally Hour a
f Pearlie E. Bryan M. E. C.,
Public at Large Mabel R. Overstreet, :M. .*R. &: C. Patronage Solicited i

OTer rtoberson's Pharmacy 8 itatk With Knowledge of I OSCEOLA CAMP NO. 79, W. O. W. Nerth Kissimmee hini Nj. f .f' x

KISSIMMEE.! FLA. r-M.:TILLER Meeting nights second and; fourth '. .

\Toman Could Tuesdays at 7.30 p.-m. ,
Law/- :.,.
H. T. Stanford, C. C.
= .Real Estate Agency Become Superior. W. B. Jvhnson, Clerk.I :
. :. Artesiau! ells J'v w
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Ml JESSIE ALLEN FOWLER. Lawyer. N w York.
Realty bought and sold. Gen 0. 0. Howard
wirTZv Post G. A. R. .
DRIL.eD
:L.. Houses rented. V Y WOMAN SHOULD STUDY LAW. I DO NOT MEAN : AN f! DEPTH : ,

PHTBICULK-AWU BUKOKOK.I Taxes paid and Titles verified h E::; THAT EVERY WOMAN SHOULD MAKE*,A PROFESSION Meets the first and third Wednesday I .
) for in'each month at 2 p. m. Let Me Figure Avilb Y
non-residents.- 'nI '
I PBONB 83. Eleetra..&. OF IT.BUT THAT SHE SHOULD KNOW WHAT THE LAW A "
I PBONB P7. FLO"D Fire Life and'Accident J / IS. THERE IS NO MORE ELEVATING STUDY NOR ONE r. Fraternity Hall.' Visiting Omradea GluraatuSstisipttiall '' l .rt.
cordially invited I __ .
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surance. .
r- l THAT HAS A GREATER TENDENCY TO MAKE A WOMAN MORE .
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4 Indemnity Bonds. : DERBYSHIRE G. E. TARBOX, .

W..NTAL CARSON.PARLORS D. D. S. ..,,_..._.....__."..../ WOMAN.-INTELLIGENT IFE AND AND LIBERAL MOTHER.: MINDED AND WITHAL A BETTER. Adjutant.- -- "Commander.- H. N. BRATTON -

o HRIVKR' BUILDINQ I know that that is the case from personal experience. I have actually Preaching at SL Cloud r

BPI OSOKOLA PHARMACY ; been able to s grains of.information from the chaff of gossip, Sunday school I every Sunday! 9.80 yC

E HOURS I B TO '6 yiir w. L. 11111111CRReal scandal and triviality one constantly hears and. sees since I have a. m. Church service at 10.30 a. m. and ..............
at 7.30 p. m., also on the third Sundayof ",
learned something 'of the law With such knowledge women can THE TWICE-A-WEEK A"
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I each month at 3 p. m. .Christian En-
J II -TO MORE LOGICAL CONCLUSIONS and will ,
COME resort
deavor every Sunday at 6.30 p. m. '
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[ RIVERS JU.\ D. I TIMES..UNlON
//fl. 1 I less and less to the woman's proverbial reason, "BECAUSE. It
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Chased and Rtfinsd.
SICIAN AND SURGEON. would certainly sound queer and unreasonable for a woman lawyerto At a recent pollee court sitting a 'n.. wiJ1 _4 ; :

pfflce over Osceola 1'harmagyr // EJ tate.KISSIMMEE I stand up in court and say, "Your honor, this man is no guiltybecause. mail was fined 4O shillings and coats :)U
PEONES.Residence l 53 ." , for>> assaulting a policeman. Consider. _. ys. -:-_ 0 1 :4.rpr .
: r Offlce lag himself a much Injured man, onreaching '
i In all it certainly would make woman more intelligent' know the door be began abasing -rq.rlc.e rsoostl

I the. magistrate In violent lan = .
very
ing and surely"would make tier superior le man.It's :
F. .G. ThoJI1 son FLORIDA guage. The magistrate sent an omcer I tf7, eta .
after Llm, and the delinquent found .
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i .=- _._ blmseLf once more In the dock and 1 ONE: TEA1Be'o1B: 1pOIL1t:AM:
lUYSlCIAN |
and/KURGEON filled again for contempt of court. ...... '
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V When Mari Quits '
Phone 64" Residence' 126 J. W. THOMPSON a "My man If you bad been more : ,
rr chaste and refined.In'your 1 language,"
+' Playing That He Gets Old. 'said the magistrate, "you) would not
bare been chased and reflnedVLondon Sprigg FlemingCLEANING
VANS AGNEW Tlt-Blta.:
: ;, By Dr. WOODS HUTCHINSON-of New York. .

3RNKY AT LAW........ FUNERAL DIRECTORand E hear much about the terrible ravages of deatb among Old papers can' Ue.bought- at- this of.
W those who themselves. call it tbe result of
D NOAAHY PUBLIC 1 enjoy They See at 20) cents per hundred. They are PRESSINU. ,,

KISS1MMEK.FL/ LICENSED EMBALMER diseases of play, bih the: DISEASES OF. WORK KTT.L the very thing you need to put under DYEING ."* '

_. THEIR HUNDREDS OF THOUSANDS; WHILE. your matting. REPAIRING '

f. J. W. SIMPSON' ONLY THOUSANDS 'SUCCUMB TO THE DISEASES OF .
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DENTIST. PLAY, even including dissipation and wine, woman and song. I

PPPOliteCoIll1.hOllae WE SAY USUALLY THAT WHEN A MAN GETS OLD HE DOES | NOTARY PUBLIC... > Leave, word my house aDd clothes( j'. '
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in Katx Build injf.nnn will] be called
Upstairs
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9.. n>, to 12 m. NOT ENJOY HIM EL/AND THAT HE 'DOES NOT HAVE ANY STATE AT .LARGE. 5- urlMd. ,

K"IVJ ,a'_ : \ 113O: t.o 6:30: p. m. i PLEASURE. WE SAY THAT WHEN A.'MAN GETS OLD HE QUITS Real Estate Agent. -. :;;:'. .- "
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.. 1 I In All the Ways ::t'r: TICEL

irt which we are prepared to accom- ROLLINS. COLLEGE
Society Happenings 1!: moaate ofthis bank we are NdLicti' IN licrahy given that thA followtnff d""rlh"l1lano!* ..r.o tivfrh thereof at will l>oDtVttMiuirr - f
patrons tlirt mount rlne for '4aw. heroin wI oppoHUrt the I Name toifnthnr with noel of FLORIDA'S OLDEST COLLF.OR
I -- ready to ?rve you. ouch: eel l*"tl.f; : . will 'Iw *old m i"ubli<; auction: on Morvirij, ih** 5th ;day of HApi mbt>r, A.. ( ,
MISS MILDRED LEESotlitr When you open a check account with D. 1'MO in feat "i.f'hf C'-'trt' House door Ht Kitwimmee.ni the f'oiji.lv' ofOweoli. and etate of WINTER PARKOEPACTMENTB

f'' . BiiKor us you gain many business advantages. Florid. __ .__u. .__ __ __ ___ __ ___._. _
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: The check account enables you to handle 1S 1- Sft
financial a-fTalrs in a systematic a. 1. U (;:01'-"*. Academy.School of Myajc.' School Kfne Art. School of Kxprcamon. School
Miss Sue Calhoun, of Macon Ga., i U I your tr.r'Itl. Prtn01' I.Asn '. s ':! t nw.aa. '" Dometic( and Industrial Art, Buaineaa School.CouriMii for T..herr--
entertained as the guest of i manner. FACULTY
being f t
Mias Grace Jolly. Miss. Calhoun is. a ''I The use of a check account stretiKtheiv r .. t qa. Europe.Twenty Profeattora and I nntructora.- prepared in the foremost UmTei-aitiea of America. and
in the
former resident of Kittaimmee and her your position commijnity. LOCATION '
friends are delighted to gee her If the account is carefully handled it Nw' I. or or 1. :\ ::9t. No .'" Kulianks: W A I 1JO!( On Atlantic ....t Line and Seaboard Air Line tKimilmi north of Tampa on the famoua "l 1'\0.-
many builds up a Bank Credit"a valuable i:, .>! .N,'', /: "M Ii:: 40: Maveg.-, w IIImiM r 1 I.I' Ida ilviirhta"; In one of the moot beautiful and healthful town of the feouth. no malaria.
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again. I at all times, especially valua- av''i(0f ne'i' of Hi! ', ris 31. to HD > BUILDINGS
resource
On last Friday evening/: Ming Lucy S w 1.otIin'aud.u' I. "f uw >'. .nl... Ten commodious .and attractive buildings Science Hall coating. $40OOO now in proeea oferrction.
j of her ble in-tim..s of stress. .1 .'. n ....1&! I I : r. pIll Savag. W II III w. a campu of 26 acre. Bkmimr to Lake Vlrvlnia. which' is. connfctM by navigable ca-
honor : i
,r"- oj, Buckles entertained in I A deposit of $1.00 or more will get rtw ', :of 7.n.h., II.IIit. : .o' ;10 riev.gy, W 11 1 11.1 l.i nala with three other l..kea; separate. outaide room for each ..tu it>nt, electric Ituhla.. fire protection -
: cousin. Mlm Madge Buckles, .who in 1 started. for"W"I"k. 'M .1.0 ".J) John.. L !HMiClelland.W 01 ; quarter of a million dollars. endowment .
her. Those were: you bu4 ( A .trlp 711 ysr>lH wi 0 ATHLETICS *
$It visiting present jv
State Bank of Ki..immet. . I ISIt; 90. 44. tl ii r, VI! ...
Essie | arrow ld '"I 1"" Foot ball bane balL baaket ball. .f. tennia. bating swlmmintr.ereojuired aymnastica.: ( Golf
'f Misses [lila and Lucile Hamilton, -_ spit iifsw''4' J :aM .,.' .0 Hare, Mn !.."" ''la 0 Wia link. and frrntnaalum ... fine aa any in the Houth. .
Winn, Bessie Monely, Vivian and Mil n Dog nc cor of ..'f& ot nw I',. runs ,1i..W..oyl1..nl..TI1..lI..nyl \,",. . Thoroughly Christian, but undenominational In spirit and ..control
II Earl Joe !. -I' :tS' aW I' Arn..ld.W T .. OS *
Lee Messrs. -Lupter, <
dred
Butler, Henry; Carrier. Rusttell Cole Ne''). of ""'. .... '.-7 ... I3tt 10 1 tlOma, J N 5 N 2'-'Un: Rev WIIIUw P. Black.a.i. Ph. D L. L. D., Prald.Ht.I v
MU nfii'fc' of swi4 lean hag nw enr. run
I Fred Bass, James Buckles Edgar Katz. n HOycU.o ;*> yd.. ll Moving U > and .IA of Henry' Addrnnu'. nub-
I Miss Phyllis Jarrell is at home again 2 ... .... u''<
c I.. after a pleasant visit in Florida and lIe l'L'vlaouornultof ow nor, of note of .wl nwU',*. run e 1 117yds 8 i 1''t Oiilenple Victory ,1 ... ....... ............................................. ..). .a '

Georgia. a IHfiyd. a 1.T.h.\ u.1.*. yrtu :ti .1.:.. %!- .1 Tarter Jat'k 2 ,01 I:
Met> of HH'iNwl : :yle 4nntllvau, w II, Jr 1 fil WHAT IT MEANS !
Mr. Lee McLean lias as his guests &of nvir': ', 4 t..: ,eu al. l-slrlik: I J 1 1 anIse .
I Messrs. Jim Tillman and Joe Woodward I In cu 3".. ,5, "uiilvan.' WoW JrParker. .1 ::34 i Many people do D'M know what Bank' Capital, In for. nr the ililTsr.nn. bek i. !
of nelb nl l '. .1! :.M Via. 'Jl! Jut u 1 101No's i wean a bank of little or no capital and ouu with a urge ra .ltai,
of Bartow. Pictures of ewe! rl':. .ttii'N oxviiA<1 by A J n
S a'' Mr. Charles Moon went down to Barbnr.. Jr 2.1 205 ux :ifl Kitttoi. osmMUh :< 19 i ..t8""IC'S CAPITAL AND BUKPI.CS =
\ Lou hman Sunday afternoon on a pleas- 8e'4WWof' :9 l... *'..'Iw1. .. b.on..rcl.. Ii (IT j i* t,.. fad that i>n.>t...'ta the doponltora emery ,La.. therefore the larger It U thsirr I
wt! rtf w1, "nil sea. "( "i of : .at4.r protvtioi the IrtpoMttors as e. PhU bank .rii-i sUaplul .
c uie trip, I ....1. II !'i. .rh' 'b rt I Ina, H"r'UMiltniiH : UI e of a..OllO ,milus.l ,
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-- bet. ot I" 5.4e I j .,uryuo of .. (15.00000
every nightat N met la wit n net<& 1111110s14and tnekhnlderw' . on .1
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'i-- RUNOVER LOCALS n"'.<>, nvfi4NwU n .vl. ')" 2<1'i nv I,rtn--, ', t '411I : ,
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the of lot 1, and bee ; s and H.tn total' T a. ... .. .
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... \t: A 21 Thl muaanthat. wo rniwt lose '(11'.O'so.OIJ hnfara our dc'rillor eoaM laai'to .
; 1:1: J: Jew I' Iv."n .01 .
'+ '!. ;+; ; Mr: "A. A. Doremus, of St. Cloud, is ft. w1t2ft.t04ftaI7.ftWbug., .. 1"1 Tau U for 1
\\, 8.\' & . . .:.. . :.!\\7'" s'I" P..I..r.Il.' ot. protection .YOU. A
.," ri": '( (: ';: transacting business in the city today.. '' 4; r UntA. b o3c T, MAtr, B. urg.ti* Subdtvmiou . .
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< ,hi'' I ELECTRIC 01 ne1! or lot ,1 " . '" ; I I STATE BANK OF KISSIMMES] '{
.' .I 1.// Hanklfm 'i4wai.-.e.- 1J.. Fernwortn. Q WI"... .; efy
W G. went '
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,V PPMr . !\\I" ,' ,I L0.awu,1H.Patyrr.j. ..u' ell, -0.
.'. Jacksonville Sunday night and Lot I, block SI. liiiqiirnieili' ::1-/' ,. ( { .
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--;:re turned home Tuesday. .. L"t'7an't*. blk G. K H H DniuKlit'1* Ad .>11I ll ,, ... '"7-- sal' '. ,
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w Bo.'I\.r..u." +"dllioU ""r';'fiq '; -.r;.tfau, .01.1.1/. :/' '.' ...l c. A. CAadON JOBV N" LEA": N. a 'CA
'j Mrs. Little and Miss Ruth have returned THEATERPROGRAM blook. : .............. .. ,.' J: \\IIIMm. r.u" .. ''n..... t fIr. President r \'I".Pr..1. .I g
to their home at Plant City after ttft uto, uutt r. Urn Lydia i 911 .
a pleasant visit with Mrs. D. P. Loll)1 block end 2 lit K C* nT Meg laS' ft* nf n. 'r of l lot 78. run-e -
Graham.Mr. 1:17'.1l.5":: \" : wi i iv'4" n ., .11. iu r"-'o-''wvr.aa'''wanKVavwawa
F L.tn. .. AilOltloil I Meillix-k.. W 1 I. I 01. -
Tr A. T: Hixon has resigned his ILlar
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I position as manager of the Osceola (Tonight) sit 'lot.4 nhonmker' nub-iltv of him kxDl. Unknown .I 3.1 I, $ 3a.SS & Ic rtFANCY
effect and 1LAllliluttk
Hardware Co., to take August UL Thomp ou, 8 . !2 j 1H I 1
lat, when he iwill return to Washington, JULY 22nd Lota ;a.i ti .n.l'7 MboMn.kerit siib-dlvof. De.ler" I. -
1, Ind. Mr. S.l Lupfer; will succeed FRIDAY, block Hi. L'nkuown. 2t. I
', r Hixon of the hardware Lot svd>: nltlnt I. "shofttiaker'n Hiitv-rltir
Mr. u manager: QROCERIE
e Klv 'rn, Julr8llu. ......
block Ql.
/ "(.tore, and an Ipventory of the stock in 1. For the King; Horse-Shoe. I/}.:1. J end 'i.( huyk il .1 UazleI'etnM I In I
now being taken preparatory: to makingthe ; -. - Lots, blotk h.. 0..'"orn JiO'Ne.l'. Ad L'n.u".n' 10:1:
.t change. Road Love. Brg4c for lot I. blorfc' U. runt n 7t: ft, vJ7 GRAIN AND We solicit part of your tr e.
2. to "i on
l lye fl. a 71; ft,el 97 It MaUhewn A<1 ZlllW.taon.
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sf -- Produce
Country
Lot bUx'k 1 I. PMtrlcU'n Adilltl'm
M.-. J. A. Stanton, of Hooversville, i. FEED
ra, came to our town on Wednesday, 3. In Search of Adventure. *. uf HW C'ir'vfsr 1 ftnilHfiewllOyilfl of kwj!-4 ot I $ OF $ Hides and Furs
this being his second trip the first one 1 I-Must Forgive Mel 4 vf owh.) runs n ra"" ,d.. 1"110 S
having been last fall when 7 Ae. tI/j'/ yda w nth! 1a I IA 2'I' I Uuknown 23: $ ALL KINDS $ Bought and Sold. '
:.u i Colony Welt uf "*'. > .id l-\tI' !h 1'' rshani.. Jan A J H' 's
t t1 chaaeu ten acme in Prosper 4. Animated Snowball. HI, of H'S. "f lloU 01[ uV.IfeW :IS 'LIii 10 Lathrop (J K 34 -
=
i4 Mr. Stanton ia much pleased with this Hr eor nf*w 4 of nn4t! ruua, n 1P'> ftx i Pltone 6' - ... -
:2H 2-0 ?Jo 6 (Hurt, W II, R f.tHO. > 2 20 KISSIMMEEt
will be Adventures of a Lover. and there a large .I
section ,
say 6-yt L 8ANI>V. .wwwa.wK --"" "" --"""" tiw46
number from Pennsylvania to come I I -_. Tax Collector Oaui ols I CouIityew - - -
:, here next winter.. I I IJ. I
; Performance begins at 8 o'clock.
:J.:. What came near being avery serious _, tiwaNN wavwa.--'---"" --"' .I
accident occurred on last Sunday PRICES 5 lAND 10 CENTS

afternoon when the horse hitched to a ,. ,
fit NIKILIS &. GIANNESKIS RUNNYMEDE MOTOR BOAT CO .
In which Mr. Paul Yates -
were
.i>;;' ". buggf. Proprietors.The 11
wife and children took fright at an automobile -

. w .,' driven by Mr. C. A. Dann, I Sole Agents for Osceola and Polk Countiesof
a. : and in attempting to make a short turn --- the-
''y,
I '-'. : overturned the buggy, completely finest colony H.proposition M. ever Celebrated Mullins Pressed ,$1, Bathingis .
. wrecking it, and throwing Mr. and offered the public. Breaker $ .
and will tell
Kissimmee, has it you

;_ ".ri. .._.'- to lira.the Yates ground and, the and children but foj- the violently foresight about It for the asking. 28-tf $ Steel 1 Launches and Row Boats $ i ira Fine !..

I and quick action of Mr. Danny

,t ; ;:.
l ,; '. lowed. As it was Mr. and Mrs. Yates daughters! are in the city from St. i ( I IIi ..
escaped with only a few bruise and Cloud today

t: the children were wholly unhurt. The
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accident occurred just across the big a SUIT and .try it

p = ,----- ditch on the Shingle Creek road in Large desk"blotun 10c at this offfe. i

9 North Kiasimmee. .. tfPublic Ii iI

ar I -- J
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County Court. j
@ Road Notice. $ <> ,

i After record-breaking week in the Notice U htraby. given th.t It U the Intention I' TtWTe r>oal are boil by the W. H. Multim" Co. of Salem. Ohio, of I.

dispatch of business, county court adjourned (Of the Board of County CommUalnnera at; Its s puncture-proof steel plates-air-chambers like a hte.boatcannot sink, COMPLETEDANN'S
last Saturday, having disposed m.etingonAugustl.t.1910toch.nge the public .. leak warp, dry out, watet-log or crack. Perfect model and the greatest :
:' uf twenty-five cases in seven of which rod between. Alver and Ft. Drum. in town- # bargains in the world. Launches and row boats On hand for immed- I C.

pleas of guilty were entered and eigh .hlp at ranire :**. .. '0110...: Bealnnln at a diate delivery..RUNNYM1UE..- .
teen defendants were tried by ,jury. f HOAT I
and point where the centre of the present public road MOTOR COr
The case against Eugene Pnillip InteratcU the Melton line between ....t"' ". 9 and P. 0.' NarcooHsee, Fla. RUNNYMEDE i
charged with a violation $ Addreu.
Webking,
; C. H. 10, and running thence south to the southeast I
.r ,,1- _,,-- _.. of the state law against seining corner of the southwest quarter of th. northwest .--""""' -,---"- --""

.if! was tried after we went to press last quarter of section 13. thence east. to th. of I II
-. foundL4
: -- -- the defendants were
week-and present. public...- hid proposed new mad to -I
. "' guilty. Judge Beggs of Orlando defended each, tide ofsaid Notice Creditors Citation Administration
notice of be forty: feet wide twenty: feet on to i
-- and
the.prisoners gave J
court. There are described route. ',"iI' .. I, l1..r.'hy Kivtfu lo omdltiirH, hniri. .n.' In ( Court I .
(. to the circuit nurtty (
appeal but as All parties and property: holders Interested are d.L.H..I: the entate of Temitln A. Mlnjc. Oacntla. County, Us. \ I

f1e .... several evidence other is Hah practically cases pending the same in lierebr .......11.... If they have any: object4ona. to d....."... ... that I have .IKHIU appolnkori' nlnlntntrncor By the County Judge of nab. County. THE PiONEER PLUMBING SHOPS
1 the Murphy deemed it file their protest with\ the Board o. or before of the above uaine.1 ".ta'.. aid that all Whnna W. J Sears, has applied to this Court: I .

," all of them to continue Judge the others until that date. pernonlisv.t. gI- ilitm. n....In.t (Hie estate mine for Xjutlert of Administration on the estate of I IH @.i' !SITUATED AT
_ : . expedient passed on by the high. In witness whereof. I hare hereunto afflisd my prebcllt th 'mlaly .'''h."ttlrel i! for ..MI"'ent ,.nry T. Stanford, deeeeaxi. late of said county I
..;- this one is ana-ly hand and seal aa.,.-01'1I010' Clerk of amid Hoard v'thin the time pre.rllMd b7 law, ofOncrola.These I KISSIMMEE,, AND iST- CLOUD, FLA.,
.
I er courts. sentences were passed: this'Atb day of I..".. 1910.ARTHUR. KI..I".I'.I"RKNCa: A. MINX arc therefore, to cite and admonish .111
The following .
j Anderson Muse, larceny! $75and costs B. DONEOAN.! ."prll U. Kill. AdinltiiHtralnr of said Estate. and insular the 'kindred and creditor of said H. EOMOND 8WABEY. PPIOPRIBTOB

In IWll Clerk. d4*-*prd. to b* and appear. before this Court, on t
jail.
60 days
'I, or H. W. Weaver, keeping house of ill Estate of C. H. Fountain= Oec'd. or hefnre the .Id day of Aoe-uitt A. D. 1910. and TINNING. PLUMBING 'IN fILL ITS BRMGlES\ BRA2INQ

\ J"" ,. fame; 80day( sJzl j jaiL H., D. GEIGERAttorneyatL Nodes hereby given. that. else underalvnedadmiDliitrator AM objections' if any they have, to the srantiria I -
.; 125 andcosts letters as aforesaid oth.rwl. the same will be '
ft Theodore Forsyth. larceny; afth. mtlsteof O. H. Fount In.deoe.wd PIPE
? CUTTING THREADING STEAM
or 30 days in jail. w will on MO"7,the 12lb: day or September srar.ted a. |)iay d. /J<..,
McReynoldii larceny. ; $25 and next, make rius.1 ettieraent. of his ad Witness my name as County Judge of the PIPE FITTING:. PUMp WORK t
John State) Bank BldjKisslt mlnutratluu ol laid iiaM and apply tor bted Comity. ol'e1d. this ftth day of July 1 10. 1 1QENJERAL
costa or 80 day in jail. !,,'t .rue a inch sdmlnlmrator O'S"S-I'N".s5
1 ') John Rivers. larceny; $10 and costs or Florida N, (J. Bar., Administrator T. M. MlTRPHr, :
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. -- mee, March tth I'JIO. llmo tMt County.Juoa-e. *
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