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 29, 1910
Frequency: weekly
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 )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00448
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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4a Tflf FARM AND RANCU. e I'hipte. by..w. Phialp.oa ,' --Mt--,' THE BOARD OPTRAM. .. t

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Of Mr. E..WVBowntnf Twenty Wifes 'fc 'Slr 4 : r-

Holds One of the Mot I Interesting ,
from Kissimmee, is One of ; }

: the Largest in Florida.' and fnthusiostk'SessionSini'. ;,, ', '
Its Organization. "
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Much, has been said and written about ,
the trucking' industry in this section, ] One of Che: most interesting and beneficial -- 1

because there are, possibly, more acre .1 ,1- a,' JTRt F-VV 'A.Yr. ,:, pr yn pV meeting of the Board of Trade

planted- vegetables in and around *!nce its organization: was held on Mondjr a rf?

Kiasimmee than in any other one local- night, an unusual number of very. a
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,(ty in Florida, but people must not think 'r ) Qy :)(. .4 i 'f 'nY Tx a, y 4V fine speeches being, delivered and much

that our agricultural! operations are cdit- wdrk done( looking to enhancing the ,
finedVH8liy to that line, for this county welfare of our town and county There

can boast of a.. fine and as large I __ IV IVNeste was 'a time this spring and early summer r

farms as can be found in the South, notably when it looked. though our peo-. A;
among which is that of Mr. E. W. pie were content with'the prosperity
Bowen, comprising 26,000 acres and located ( A. they were enjoying, and did not car to. -r ,

20 rpites-from Kissimmee on Canoe I exert themselves further In the matterof t i

creek and Lakes Cypress, Hatche- inducing honveseekera .to locat' In ,

,. neha end Kissimmee. this section,but the last two meeting ]
3' Mr.'. B. P. Mikesell is general mana- of the Board of Trade dispelled that t t'

: ger of this extensive farm and ranch, idea for an unusual amount of enthusiasm ,\.; ,i

I and while on a visit to our city last was 'displayed by those present V

week plid the Valley Gazette; a pleasant and everyone appeared in the best of "

3l call. In speaking of the operations pirit* and expressed a Arm belief l in {

now in progress on the farm; and its JJII 4 the future greatness Of Kissimmee and ,.- ,. f

l prospects of success, Mr. Mikesell said : : Osceola county. V: i. .

"When; I was offered the management V. President Lesley'called those present ; 'VV

of the Bowen farm arid ranch I to order at 8 o'clock, .and requested tt '

was reluctant about accepting the A ... Secretary Meek to read the minutes of

F position very, for i recognized that it're"luir- pSi3sifc. .- t*.y*'v. U/ritr t& hw''* ,wfc.TiT'5,*j.***'v,*,i.w* -*-,-"- :>.?V.' \r sv*' ,,,,,.,t the previous meeting, which were ap. R
and extraordinary proved without correction.
ed a person 6f wide experience
executive ability to develop ,, II NEW CITIZENS BANK BUILDING JI I The bill of Mr. H.:W. Thurman for :, {

a 26,000-acre tract (of land that has I' $26 was allowed, and Treasurer Carson r
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heretofore been users only as a cow instructed to pay the same out of any ,

0 range, converting it into fields-grovca : funds availably his hands, the ama .
and orchards of paying products, but Island and from there went to Gene- hundred dollar: piano for small amount action being taken with th bill of *' f J

endlel finally I decided to( take it over and HOO, IH.-f: to visit reatives of thogroom.They Great Contest of work it is an opportunitywhlch should Rand, McNally & Co. of Chicago for

came henfrom I Indiana in the early returned from their visit Friday Popularity be taken advantage of. The piano is $24 and the Kisuimraee Drug Co. for 46 y

part of last February. I. evening, and will remain in the vicinityof now on exhibition at'Miss, Hodges's Mil cents. k
"Since:: that time I have built about Millersburg and Aledo until about linery Store and all interested parties There being but little unfinished business "
,eroe 14,0iO() rods of wire fence, (plowed and August 16th when they will go to Kis are at liberty to inspect it. to dispose of, and no new business rf

.. harrowed, ;M acren-of land (putting it I'' simmee Kla., where they will be at Valley Gazette to Give Away Eleven Hundred and The Contest Manager will be pleasedto of importance introduced, the president y
;off in perfect condition for planting and home, in the new home previously prepared have all contestants or their friend invited' the members to .make short II

built 11.1the\ houses and barna necessaryto I by the groom, after SeptemberInt. Fifty Dollars Worth of Prizes Absolutely Free call on him at the office of the Valley talks on ''he need of our town when .

accommodate the employee and the ..AI"do '((111.1) J Democrat. Gazette where he will explain fully all Judge Parker delivered a splendid address v

e stock.' 1 It is our intention to grow Mr. Boice and Miss Bay both fentsome conditions of this contest. on the necessity of liberally ad-

stuff, such as corn millet oats, 'feed-I time in Ibis city'laat winter' stopping GET IN THE RACE 'EARLYLeading TO THE PUBLICTo vertising throughout the. North and V

<' beT cane alfalfa, etc, with Mr. Hnd MTN.. II. C Stanford ,. show West the many advantages Kissimmee t + ,
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we will feed to our .Block during the I and ma ie many frh! 'nd..i In r<> wto, will our appreciation and Osceola county; offer the hor 'e..ek- 1,

winter, as it is Mr Ho wen's intentionto \be plea-AeH lto welromn' tjiem) ''.' permanent <<; Paper of Osceola 'County to Inauguratea support of our friends we make this er, saying that while our town was enjoying et
offer. We know of Better
i go extensively into cattle rai ing. I Hiflftita.., They will: live at the. Novel Contest no way unusual prosperity, and" was a
this, and earnestly solicit your
By raisin this feedstuff we will be able old Snell |place, wliicb Mr. l Hot.* purchased . patron- building up more rapidly than any other i
--- in the future not. in
to tat rattle on the market at the I last. winter and on which he has age ( only helpingthe town in the state, still if we wished it
put SUMMARY; ( :' CONTEST contestants in this contest but in .
time of year when range: cattle are too !I hud! built a handsome rottagf. --' second prize of a two hundred dollar to become the metropolis of inland !

:1:1I poor U I.'ithr.' I I This contest is open to any' white person | certificate, this certificate shall entitle making the Valley Gazette a home enterprise Flprida* we must advertise constantlyand

I : We w, .11 also raise sheep( on .1> 'tarn MRS.i MARY E. WILSON of good character. Get in the race ;i the purchaser to a four hundred dollar We that have we can feel justly proudof. liberally which IdeasVer ablyand ,
pared to
scale, ha .ng now lSOi in our ,,,. .in- early and get the advantage of an early i I piano for two hundred. dollars. These make this a live wire. proposition no expense that forcibly seconded by Mr. A. S. Nelson. i ;

I with 10 line imported bucks Irvin I Wau-I i I .start. The prizes are as follows: rertificat"s are transferable, but not will keep the entire interested Both speeches were enthusiastically; re-
ke/ia -Win. From that source* we ex' A Lovable and Christian Womarf EnL First Prize Upright Grand Piano, more( than two hundred dollars worthof. in community -' ceived as wa evidenced applause on
to make considerable money, aa UOO.OO.- certificates shall be allowed .to( apply.,"We are the part of those present. .
'pect'sheep multiply exceedingly fast, nd-L,. ters Upon.Her Long Sleep.A Second' Prize, Rebate Certificate, i on th<1 .purchase of one piano. 'i by every means to, give Kiasim- Mr: ,Triplett at !sore. length outlined '
mee and Osceola the best and
here you clip twice a' year, whel'eall'ln aecond"time within the, last few! ,i JS200.00.) '. .. ',1 _i_.*.... I most County in thia section a plaq to build up Florida with a most i Il n

the West you clip only once year,and weeks has a pall of sorrow been cast.:'''i'Third I Prize, Rebate Certificate 4175. 'I' \, Excitement Will Soon Be Rife j| and in up-to-date this' effort paper we'( want the hearty, desirable class of Northern and_Western J];;r;:'.'. bk, ,
many of ;the early lambs "die from exposure -. over this community' by the'sudden]I' ;,Fourth Prize RebateCertificate $lW. \ people,and so feasible did:J'the proposltlon .-?, V ,
death' Mrs. Mary.Kurjiest Wilson, on Fifth Prize, Rebate Certificate 125.' You want .to ."get Into the: fight} at I I co-operation of eVery citizen in Osceola ( appear to the Board that a commit;' k i

"At present*we have "splendid| crop Saturday afternoon"at 7 o.clock. The Sixth Prize, Rebate Certificate $100. once. Let us suggest that you organizeyour tee, consisting.of S. J. Trlplett, R. O.

of millet kaflir (corn rowpea. and velvet funeral services were hold in the !Methodist "Believing. that nothing is too good for forces. Get in the lead and stay County.AT Meek J. M. Willson, Jr., C: A. Canon "

bears,: growing, and it j is most sut'i i church on .Sunday afternoon and the people:! of Kisnimmt-e and Osceola in the lead. The prize is too valuableto THE AGE Of 78 G. .... Parker, J. M. Lee, W. B. Maid-,

prim*) how quickly seed will sprout were (of a most solemn and impressive County the .Valley Cazette has decidedto 'j lose when it costs .no money( to win.No son and A. E. Donegan, was appointed'' !.
ter being placed in this \ground: and the character Rev. C. F. Blackburn pastorof hold a popularity content, giving (one interested in the Valley Gazette .Mr. H. P.. Stith Marries the Sweet to go fully into the matter and report-, e }
rapidity and extent of growth. Why I the church, officiating, and the bodyof away absolutely fret to the lucky contestants I or in any of the stores giving their conclusions( to tbe next meeting. v4Jx
l have about_ one acre planted in millet the now' sainted" young wife and eleven hundred and fifty dollars votes will\! be allowed to vote,Aind will heart of His Youth. (This committee will '4ne f tomorrows r

that the stock, nine in number feed on mother was laid to rest in the Wildwood in prizes. [have no interest in who( wins tnfe lano. :I r When Ponce 'de Leon came to the Saturday, In the. office of the Nelson reU ;,i >' v

every night, and. they can not keep it .cemetery.Mrs. Mr. H. M. Settle, an experienced It is a free for all contest where the |I Chores of Florida in search of the spring Realty Co., over the* Citiaens- hank, ft

eaten down some of it now being c I I Wilson wan a worn aI- 'of a contest manager of Jacksonville, arrived the most popular contestant must win of perpetual youth he quit too soon. If 2 p. m.-Chairman.f, ?,, '

feet high. peculiarly lovable character. Quiet in the city this morning, and will out.Three ..he had taken a trip inland as far a* the Mr. Tarbox made: a most timely t a

"We will plant 2U acres in citrus and unobtrusive, .she was always conduct( the contest. Mr. Settle is well of the representative citizens Kissimmee Valley and then done a little speech along the line of inducing the rky ;*

fruit trees, using the south .shore of ready to meet the dutiep devolving up- I known in Osceola County, having spent of our community will run up the tally 1!I digging, as other have done since, he G. A. R., Division of Florida,'to make

Lake Cypress !or that purpose, and will on her in her home and in her church, considerable time here during the last sheets and see that all the votes are might have found that. for which. he "was" Kissimmee the general headquarters,;

ae .'out a fair-sized orchard, say 50 and winning the esteem and love( of her II political campaign in the interest of fairly cast and as each voter's name searching. saying he thought It could be don with

._cres/of different kind of fruit treed,. associates-by her gentle Christian spirit. Senator N. B. Broward. with amount purchased must appear on I .Last November Mr. H.' P.. Smith little effort! on our part, a* the ''next t

[but the one fruit that we will pay the She was in the thirtieth fear of her age j I The,first prize to go to the contestant the ticket to make it valid, so it cannotbe came here from Iowa, very sick with state COIIveI.tionwoWtl be held her otr '+, ,

moat attention to is bananas as weHhave and had been married nearly eleven I receiving the largest number of votesin anything but fair. lung trouble, and two m assisted him February 12th. The sum of $4$,was appropriated t 1

an abundance of water frontage years, and leaves a husband and two the contest, beginning with this issue from the train and to a hotel. To talk to- help defray the expenses If

that Is practically immune from frost. young Children to mourn the sad loss -of the Valley Gazette, shall be a How the'Contest Will be Conducted I I to him they were forced to use an ear of the entertainment given Wednesday f

"If I had been asked the question of a loving wife and mother. She also full size, high-grade Cote Cabinet You can obtain tickets at the Valley trumpet he being so deaf he_could not night by the-local G. A. R. Post to the i

tion three months agoi as to what I leaves three brothers Messrs. C. E. Grand) Piarjq! ;>_.__and to the next five lucky Gazette office. There will be-a ballot hear a human voice without artificial old soldier of St. Cloud and Taft and 4 I
thought of the possibilities of successful and k. L. Earnesst of this city, E. M. contestants certificates agrtgating seven I I assistance. After; resting few day the Confederate Veteran Association
box at this office in which you( can deposit : V
, farming In this section I would Earnest of Palatka and one sister hundred and fifty. dollars shall be ballot retAin in his room he so far recovered as to be if this city ?"&!" your or. can ,,
have answered that they were very Mm.. W. S. J. Overstre:.t of Brooklyn given. ballot and. vote at you pleesure for.I ableto get out to one of the artesian A representativof taxational 1'Meg-... V ', '

I I. poor but now I am convinced/ .. that they N. Y.To. This beautiful Cabinet Piano is hand desire. your wells and drink the water fresh from its azine, published at Boston was-presentir/, 'K;,', iff* '
anyone you
..' are far superior to those in any other all of these we in common with some in case, design and finishartistic The names of candidates: wiil beI I hidden source, and two months later he and made a proposition to the.Board tddevote'a "If"'I:? 1 !

state in the Union, for 1 have become this entire community( extend sincerest plainness that attracts and is always gave his car trumpet tg a man that could ; page in the October issue of .'''. it 1
printed as BOOr: as a sufficient number "
,better acquainted with the soils and the sympathy. admired. Height feet 9 inches width of nominations are received to open pot hear well Mr. Smith himself not that publication to Klsalmmee"( for the, /*' Ihospital 4

:'t seasons and when and how to plant and -- I $ feet 2 inches depth 2 feet 3 inches the campaign, and the votes they needing it. sum of $200. The proposition was r- i

cultivate. I want to close this inter- ... Philathea Resolutions. Seven and one-third octaves when ceived credited to them, and each. re-j Mr. Smith has now forgotten that he ferred to the'advertising' commltub.
believe I boxed ready for shipment 950 sick and last The next meeting will be held '
.' view by saying that I honestly In the supreme sorrow that has come weight thereafter the votes of each? cand was ever evening} July' : on
almost anything can be grown at a with suddenness t
profit/ in this- section if given proper in the death of Mary Earnest Wilson, This piano has the Automatic Extension I I Mrs. Francis Christie; of Lowell, Ind., In Orlando -some time in {
I seeing the we feel more inclined to silence than to Front, with a Music Rest the to the altar in Jacksonville, where the ago
and anticipate
On of issue of the
cultivation words. On the eve of July 19. 1910 another page this the hope that the change would add to ;'of
of Kisiimmee Valley convertedinto length of the piano, hand carved panels Gazjme will be found couple were quietly and happily mar
i whole her spirit passed from among us to hear Valley a regular his recovery.. The funeral was' held at
farm within the neat well done'' of her Lord. She and mouldings. Han folding fall board, ried. s
one immense the waeone' nomination blank, which properly filled the Cathedral Sunday afternoon -... . y,
whose life typified all that i is hardwood back. The sounding boardof Mr. Smith is 78 of 'and
ten years. out will entitle the contestant to a nomination years age the 24th, under the supervision
best and purest in noble womanhood the best known material for reten- served throughout the Civil l War in company "
one whom as mother sister and friend vote o five hundred 'Vote 'I of Bishop Gray and Dr. Rickert, and interment
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tion of sound waves and the wrist contestant I B, 7th Iowa Infantry The couple
No shall be entitled to the
proved an example worthy of emulation I was in Orlando cemetery. "J ;
A HAPPYJNDINO and one whoselife will stilt possess plank constructed of compound( rock use of more than one nomination vote 1 will reside in Kissimmee, Mr. Smith Col. Cadman was -
1 an influence, though its .earthfy tnaple. Has the double French repeating of five hundred votes. Votes shall be says for the next twenty year* at leaat. years *. \
I I of age at the time of his death, and
career is ended. action; the German imported May his prediction come true, is the rtM
3 Made in Kissim- dedicate secured by sending Jn free voting certificates << t wenty-two years to this
: To Acqajntance We, therefore, the following] ago came section ; v
an strings; three unisons with overstrungbaa8i the Gazetteor ; wish of his many friends and the Val.
'" resolutions to- her memory: published in VaUey from England'and located t"1n' ,h.' .
last Winter. __nii le plated, trimmings, three' ley Gazette.
-cnee Resolved, That while deploring the ; by securing subscriptions to thla-pa-I nglLJ! colony: at Tf aroooesee,/whr _. '
:DPS of thisklrity death of our beloved co-worker we pedals with'muffler; ivorY keys; quad- The number of votes allowed for "
: W. Boice, formerly per. he continually resided until hU death. ,
Horace bow to this decree" of a loving Father rupled veneered and is fully guaranteed AN HONORS CITIZEN !
but now of Kissimmee Fla., and knowing that "lie death all things securing subscriptions to the Valley i. He leaves a wife and four children;
I' I for ten years against any deficiency : Gazette shall follows _- I / "
1 Martha H. Bay of Millersburg were well. beas : I mourn bis loss. s
,1 "united tils in marriage at .tIN j Bay home Resolved,. That the class extend its in workmanship or material i One year' Price 11.00 1,000 votes ..! Passes I Into the Great Beyond After Messrs. J, M. Lee, J. M. Willson, Td
sincerest sympathy to the bereaved
('j ear MjHersburg on last. Tuesday afternoon tamily in their deep sorrow.Resolved I. REBATE 'Two years 2.00 2,600 : a Long Jr., and M Katz, of Kssimm, attended --
$ [ ; July 12th, at o'clock.. The ; That a page in our record ;, The rebate certificates given as prizes Five years 5.00 7,500 .". Illness: the funeral and were among :
/ which was informal, was book be inscribed to her memory anda are acceptable as part payment on a Ten years 10.00( 20,000 t)n July 22 at the Church'Horn. and the pall bearers. j ,

AZING, 1. teremony ietformed by'Rev. N. WTThornton of copy of these resolutions be sent to I piano like the first prize given in this Hospital Orlando the spirit of Lleut- -- -.' ---- ., I
but formerly pastor of the her family; also one to each of. the local contest, and will be accepted for their NOW IS THE TIME Col. W. E. Cadman'passed from earthto Misses Kathleen. Peacock and Kate ,
ride lean at*, the Millersburg Presbyterian papers.Respectfully submitted, I full face value by the American Music The contest: begins with th s edition. take its rightful. place in the heaven O'Berry are visiting UieirWilliamson ri in l4i"1, "

( Nell Moore Co? of Jacksonville; Fla. In other The best time to enter a contest of this above. at Arcadia,. i f' '

J..Qr '"', 'Ihurch.lEarly7KTth8"fveninj. :',into' bride-an 4t Bernice Lyle, r\J\ ,, Jt.a .contestant'"halLwuv.;the kind, the earliest possible.moment XieuU.-CoIr Cadmanad,.b *n"ill-at .LI H.nry..Moorina..oi; --.fa'.is V .af '.,-;- . to, '
for New Carpenter;; contestants will to their his home at thin county horn Ilpen4inaawhU.. With "pareI1ta; tMrCati4
aa pledge Iliareoe.s.e
left in an kutomobU* , Committee.Couder ../Prater Gilbert, who has been; visiting // begjn .
Mm ston, whew' thjy took:> boat to RackS 'Bartow-. ; litlveq\ in. Ga.t;'.returned home. , friend. .; When' ; one .can." earn a.' .four, for '.Yeral.monUl., and_ '''Went ,to the Mrs.' .J ."L-rMoon' ' .' J't '' '
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\ subscriptions held out more than one _
I "a. 1-nild. a".I'm.rov"1' orn.'r..r| Ui *w II.urv.. ru"- '..a).t i hire must be affixed to'-ull votes 1"(01'1 week'after m-cun-d l I :
(i.f Reg HI ii rorit r< < 1 .:' being by contestant. Kissimitiee Florida
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': LG14ft.H, \ | JtItx' 1 '7'4' ft. "" !' E'tMUc"rn' fl.d. 2 7Ixit they are of value in the conto gt. Subscriptions must be turned iiiprompt-
,," Lot slP' 1
ol Blwk t IJL and, _. /Rule 'i Ballots cannot be bought
I' bhi>fm liiT'p I'lIb.II\I"o...\ l j ly tcigiMher, with. 'money collected for
( II. H k AOOIIlollLot lbd.eub'tn, | I :: The contest wilt be run o:' a fair ba-m, "
14 tlifin. Votes will be issued whcir HubHcriptlons -
1, ; v Rolxrt HBK Ad.I'j. -. "... fair, for all. Vote can only be obtain'tl I
,lotwlaxd :, blu'k .R Mr I B F. -< 'iJi< are received 1. but l'ollt."la"bmllY
'. wry
r II' P. by KI'curinubscrlplion!!, citherprepaid
Beg at NV "e' ol lildrk O. note 'i;. retain these, votes and cavt them
Ihcui'c to rliilit of WBVC.IA C : I.( K1h I Itt
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of renewals, or by cutting the
nre .01111."..I r'T"l"IIX 111hl..1' Nay r hfi whenever they wisli.
,. .. 7111.!' b.IIIII\IIIC, \ ']''.Ulna. Its. I 1 >minati< n rcvupon{ **, or free voting ctrtificatew i
.. Robert Ills III"'d\"h'u'\ ., Rule ]lu Niimniiitors or ( 'outestuntx"
I of each
IUU ( nl to"II / weekly paper., '
in the Valley (;iay.ette content must
1 O'Neal A.hll': I"' I
O.lnrue@ 1'nk\ 1 ?- Rule 4. No employee of the ValleyGazette 't aa.uG 11u111m1Vn11M
fi >t K, bl..k E ugri tnuml 'accept all rules mid conditions.
I Ma hew' A 1ilill. Mi 4 !'' i or a member ofhis family will' dt
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1,1 Nl of ol lilwk hl'k). E<. rN / Ta ut u wgrend\ .. .j lie permitted to participate either, a" it.

lll'g HI he Corill !loll. lll '
I, v.f w-1'7ft.lfl.!' ''7 (I Z.I..J.) :. ,
I Ix.t 'J, block II "...Jr-, le 'Ingb'an.1.I !- : : 1 Rule r>. Candidates will| not I be restricted the name of any contestant' for,

/ i.. ' Lotw'Jot)>''.l<4.*.a'H Aaixl ul..lIhloll''., l> '.'lth/of xth, ur Aad J..I. ""IHIIIH 'I: t-,.: in HccurniK hubKcrifitionx but eau' e, also to alter (lis.rules, should 1 PHOSPHATE (Basic Slag) ?

I Jx>.t I I. Uot-h I. W A rmrUTi'H' A
I t I I' = and;.111 I, ld.I I)" I ddtllualoth 1'111.11', i n I' V':;: Untied States. ] 1''. Any lluestlun| which shall it If Not WHY NOT ?
Lute 1'0"i'j I Mein , I.1.-k I t"i-1 Itnuu p1 ,
1 f 1'. All .( block : I IlklH-M . Rule (i. Only one Nominating{ uu- arise Uetween the coiitt-hlants, will I be

1I.hl"'o! land.. ,.. ,. 1 1"5 ,jxiii entitlniK each cantrstunll I to "iOO( determined hy the 'onteat Jdanageruent
y 1, (.r"CIo".r..f" uw s1p." .r.l I 1"U"1" M.PHUT.K) ] ,& ? It-is not costly, injurious, nor an experiment; but the
/ .1. will allowed.! ;
I KIrhuaCIU. vote!; be mi.I its decision will, be finalRespectfully )
v // Tat I'1 FsI J..I I II '.II.I\ KI' D C.eoeoeooe..o..ooeoeeoea. Rule 7. All votes must be in the } best'and.. cheapest p>ho pliaU} (for Citrus Fruits,
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Valleya.l.lte; oilice by Thursday noon ,

j \ .. of each :week.Proceedings ("()TEST MANAtKMKNT.(; : /:: : BECAUSE It-Produces the


i : YOU CAN COME TO : of to. Commissioners. ty 1 Knumerator. Choicest Fruit at Least Cost,

County .Judge/ M. Murphy wax authorized
--1 : (Continued from pane 7. ( ; to piirrlutsp' a desk for his' of. .T *
Read Mr. EL E. the Florida
I : Thompson'.ktter
'r KISSIMMEE,1 I I (ice, ol a sum nullo exceed Iwenty- \ irj
loun Action, which 1? 4
on was jHistpuned five .
titli. Fruit and Produce Newt (Jan. ?. 1910)).
until Wednesday July :
/ W -- FROM -' J Road/ Superintendent, 'j.; W. A.slrtonwas
The Hoard adjourned until 2 p. II.. intflrucleit to .place his whole Torreat I w a1W.' A* 'IIHIN; TRY IT!
Hoard reconvened at 2! therebeing (;
: p. .in. : work the .
;, repairing: road betweenKtssilnmee
1 : : KANSAS CITY | l sion. present thos of the abandon and, Whittier and to tern- The COE-MOit'I'IMER' COMPANY,

: j porarily I"YIllmarl/ on therout -
1. r 'Hon. J. L. Overstreqt. tax aHBextfor .
\ FOR I, to St. Cloud. M i .r''luL IMI'OkTI I l.S;,
e AND RETURN e met with the Board, pursuant to a notice ,
T. M. Murphy Chairman, filed with |
I + given by the ,clerk for the purposeeif the" Board the three. oulBtandniK, county t UIAKLESTON( S. C. '
$34.00 and spend.25 days JLong tin roll for the ,
equalizing| ) tux .year bonds) dateil July 1..1. INand nuts.I w

., f. -= t l1lUr! ,' herd! 2X, *., ilnd'itt'( : ), .flXIJ( ( each. rRTIU2En ti
Tlie'Koaril took until H HIGH GRADE MATRIAL8.
a recess a. in.Wednesday. ru
Tax lleftor not haxing made bn, I i ii
1 : enough time to investigate!> the best. : i final report and! there yet ..-iIlK some ,
The Hoard reconvened at H' '
a. rn.
''I j ; laud in au3 number: oTat'res ever Wednesday there being present: E. L. I I money due of on the. Slit ltond'l'rustees.hd Special, Fund, thetreasurer nutlilt

I Lefley, chairman; I K. L. 1-t. (Uveratreet I !II 2i-su:
his final
.placed. on the nuirketfor t ta J. S.; Stratum K.: K. Buss and J. ll, I, Tax Collector report.(-. L. Bandy reportedthat .- .

t. i. -. sale by e Walker Commissioners. and Arthur K. lta..r.wu" due the" city. lor Its l por- |
", Donegan lion of the road tax ol 19 l! (oy, $10/7.45( ,
" :: .J Tax Collector J. .J,. Overstreet was I '
.r.1. which ordered d _
a ;: amount was plat to I
l ''J, ., ....t+ W. S. .ALYEA" also present and -the'Board continuedto i the credit of theityi ....: FORAbout- '
> ,' .', proceed with the equalization of .the' B. C. Miller Treasurer, fifed a receipt j : .. .-

d I" : .: : ioqm.811.&t121 State Dank Bldg KISSIMMEE, FLA.,, tax roll until same wan finished. from T, Mi Murphy chairman of -" ; "
f.;. : The-Board of Public: Instruction Laving .the, Bond Trustees, for 46966., ; ; >f""
; tiled its itemized estimate of fund I' ,

..........:................. for,school purposes for the current: (iscal.year Board There'] adjourned being no further to meet'anain'business/ in,regular the., tl :. '. .' '''''; 'ii.'he..'" I .. .. ,""ruth.:', !{:! ''f'0"1.; I' .I',;.., -
: ending June 'M, 1910, r"1uestt'd.the .I"" " \ ,
session on the let day of Aug, 191U. "
't Hoard to levy a tax of several' mill "
E. I I., LKSI.KY, Chairman.
-----I for school and also filed .
purposes; they -
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their itemized] estimate of the Iweessaryamounts .

( I I school needed(districts' in 1 the, 2, several') and specialtax 4, and 'I )fie Valley dayettc: wants n liood.corrAiSpondctit Florida"and

.SPECIAL E requested that a levy of mills in district ut St. Cloud, and l
r i4 2, ,- mills in Ustn) ,". !1 and millsin
!; 1I! i" district 4 be made in addition to the l would be willing: to pav a cupuMc

said" mills. person<< a small! amount for the her- -

\ : I The equalization of the tax roll being vice. One with Home experience -and nI --
\ T L ( complete, the matter of a levy for the I I preferred.

f '. year 191U was taked up and considered, .
!" .\ We will place our immense stock of Gents'. Ladies'' and after some discussion, the follow I I! '

rf' r ,' 4 r" and Children's Hose on sale at the follow- ing resolution was introduced and! Florida Maps. Farming Timber and Citrus

I.!/,, I f .'' .; ..' ., I ing.prices for cash only: adopted."Whereas it bee been ascertained Upon! receipt of 25 cents at the Valley I

;".;".iI 0(.... and! determined by the Board of County Gazette office) a pocket map of Floridc '
-..... .. 50c Hose at25clloscat 8IcI Commissioners that it will lie necessaryto I will bemailedtoanyaddr..stiin the !

.. 1.ef' raise amount by taxation for the United States. We can also furnish I
r .1 I '.' current year in the following funds I of Osceola) l at H each, and i I Fruit Lands Orange
1 <( ':- - 20c lose at l.;)c I respectively, for county' purposes, designated will maps be glad to estimate county on sectional I I'I r ,
'I mapaof
'r ... : 15c Hose at Ilk() I as: I any kind. I
Revenue .
Geheral *

1 ... em: :':';.I.i.-' ." lOc Hose at 8c j County Roads. School. . . ... 16 19.,610.00 14 .Ott-. CRYING FOR HELP I II II proves and City Properties

; .. Call early and get your sizes while they last and save Outstanding indebtedness, designatedas I
,:, ; ?" twenty-five per cent. Everything marked in plain figures interest bearing warrant lund I "
: IJ\\ ,470.00.
r"r : -YOURS FOR BUSINaSSH.C"STANFORD- Be it resolved that the following sum I Lot of It in KlMHltnmee, But Dally Write
be levied real and or on
on personal propertyof
(i row lu a; Lett*. I .

'r CO. Geheral Osceola Revenue county:.'. . . 5 mills j The 'kidneys cry for help. I

r County School. . . . .7 mills Not an organ in the whole. body so. I

\ .t,, Roads Outstanding. . . interest. . .bearing warrant.6 mills I delicately Not one important to health. I' R. D. STAR ING & CO. .

J" fund . . . 2 millsThe I The kidneys are the (liters ofthe! :I Ii
i i blood. j
lollowing additional levy was ordered I '
in Special Tax School Districts: I When they fail the blood becomes ;, State Bank_Building

No. 2 -- mills, No U mills. No. 4- foul and poiBunoux. :
There can be no health W hire; thcrVis Kissjmmec
mills.It Florida;
rxmoned blood.Backachei I I Ii IiI.
SaceIOu1iuiAui: is ordered tlrtU an occupation tax
< > one of the first I !lica-I I II
of 60 per cent'. of the, amount )prescribedby I?lions: ;of kidney'trouhle.rit i ; : I.- .. .
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is tiltkidneys cry forhc-lp. Ile'lit.Ioan's t. J
levied on persons engaged in any :I ..
r such occupation; that the! tax collectoris ed. Kidn..yl'lll. ar..hl1llwanl-.) %.%-%%---N1M NA' rtN K4vNfr11 NN'NKNN9'""' "t
.1 ,, $ .
is directod to collect said occupationtax <
Are just Mint overworked kidney-, '
'" in thesame manner as he would .
1 : ) Every safe-guard known to the collect! for the state; provided, that if need.They, . '
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strengthenmil invigorate tinkidneys -
Do You
by law the counties are permitted to
'I I' ; help tlwmlto. do their work; Appreciate
levy cent than 50
I a greater per percent
: business is used never fail to purr any case of kidney
I' banking to secure ol silch 8d tax, then the tax collector I diseane.: .
IS ordered to collect the full
; '. Head the proof fi jm a KiHsimmee cit ACCURACY, :.
amount so ;
funds deposited with us. Hon..C. A. Carson again appeared' izen. $
I MrK; T. J. Bird of KisHimmep, Kla., ; PROMPTNESS I /l//
- - - before the Board and the Citizens Hank /
1 Suffered from backache and l
pains in \
being represented an
agreement was
i' my kidneys.: That my kidneys were PURITY, .
entered into with the Hoard that in-future ,
: weak was shown by the unnatural con- i '
4ijI the State Bank of- Kissimmee
dition of the secretions from these orI I I' COURTESY. ,
would take care of all loans made ,

Citizens Bank of L KissimmeeWe -! the Board _of County Commissioners' by; I guns.brought When to my Doan'n-hotice:Kidney 1 procured PilU a were box 'i' and that feeling of satisfaction in'KNOWING you have the Best J
and that the, Citizens Bank of "Kissimmee -
Obtainable at the Lowest
: Price ,
world take care qf all those made from the.Kissimmee' Drug Co. and began : ? Then phone us your wants

,, by the School Board; taking up what ''I! and theif improved use. They condition brought me in relief : ''$ and we assure you'that satisfaction wtll be yours.

h is pay 4 per cent in Savings Dept. I I ,loans due are,now and due all ,future'and hereafter loans. to become '' way." my every $' KISSIMMEE CO. i

Pension application of K. H. Fennellwas For sale by all dealers. Price 50 ctn. DRUG!
I I Foster-Milburn Co., N. Y. sole. '
Buffalo ,
Safe Deposit Boxes for Rent also'
; examined and approved, as |
for the United States. :: Phone 4i
II I agents .
\ was that of Mrs. Edwin A. Barnes. I .
_I / Mr. T. N. Farr was appointed J Coun- i; Remember the name-Doan's-and ... rTfi
I 1 IsD' I-_ _- ( take no-other I ;NM 1A'4 WNM1, 1M1W 1Ab 1, N'NN'NWhN rV 9N'N_ ,

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GEORGE; : N. SAUNUERS GOOD PROPERTY TO BUY grov's,placiat all dillhavr ">around. I it.I Spli-nilid, little .....................--.-- ..... .,, i'

Boat BuilderHIGH < I 1' Wi-, "J"I, acri-s-" of lam! I Ij j miles Aut EMIL Hlntidnril.MACH Oil Co. ERNEST' Mj\CH.. .;'Ii ,r

RfirTAlurinc _!"" ,i i., nl' Liinl. Hil.iongiitf; tli. of i iK from city;' limitH, I-room house; about X W r 1 '
.' ii'i, Hi, hard roaii. I'.iry air1'1 1MIIII acrein tultitetimt, lialrrf. I tinibi-r; on MAOH: : EBOS:; .p
GRADE . loo' I II'i h -.I 1!: hnq' '\ for \ ,.g"fltlI\\' 01' public' road; place, han ..tllltl,.. l'ric .
.MOTOR BOATS. SA LAND I'nii-,! |lust I In ,plan-" I fir\ a ,h'onu1" 't I.I"II", ", { Livery Feed and Sale Stable tO
HOUSE BOATS 'Q. r4 Irt. -i I inn)) ;f.lld I utch I pl' I 1\ lll'l" {l'r.11 -
I ''I"; !iiar' Miiirkci.s, mil'I l uili,! UK 'H Agt. International
REPAIRING A SPECIALTY "In ii'-ris ol land I 1. miles from cithiiiit ; \ Harvesting Co. .,
1I t lai'n Hi.i', will jilw.'iy, lie II good 1..- ,., '.rllom hou.f, ; stable; 1 lUacienin'cult :: .
lltcpreHcnt lic 'or the ,-1, .1,: liiiu'.v' |'irii'i" < >. '] lib tract i.I' tviitton: all !gout; land: line (forcit- 1L. =: .Z: { hIw: : DS :III.'V"'y SIAT7TrING: : :: : : +.; TM4 ;
.1, ,'. ;- ln'jifi' ;"il SI Imi', ,JUT Hd'i'. and" I (CHI.ti. I m.s fruit; or trucking. Price i*1.1;'.'i.liUDarre i. ' .. '
I I Engine I ,'.n! loo'l .it J tin lav: M1 lERftO ;,,i. i.i", i.V. i. service day or night. I' t't1
The Wide s Sunflam 2 Ccie "Mom from
: : farm ] milen one railroad -
,,, I .itaJ ion and 'Ji mil/-* t 1'0111:00" railroad
; i //ini a G :, in n tract; of land i
Pumping Engines Irrigation Plants . Unvn of :2.IJHH:: population. Stole : Kissimniee, Fla. Phone 113 V ,
.., r nut ; Hi' "nits III'dl0"; Imi.i{ marlI'I'T Z h
'- huiMiiii) ; on place/ ri'iUn.f ul :si.; "..rJIIJI1fh. ...
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'ini'-"' 'HI 11.:il ion' : aen's<
l. t I0: :--. I'Ir'-deli': t I..' .' .. ., .IJ. !l' s '' ,! .1.lh, "-tumps rntuv.-il; land' / ;. lesidriio, for fi.")". Splendid ..........................
,.., i little omngf( grow; some line truck
: a;ii 'I fclHNMl writ .
rni s J dorp| ail
, ,. Mnd; f.-r.cud. ; grad soil. Price .,:li.:: per -- "" -',-,
The Waters & CarsonGrocery .;.n' r ri' .lot_ t III'url1arr. tal! snrub, "'-
\nii4's 'acre'; time on lwo- hi.I"s! if desired '.
I..I'I \and ; six-room) hounet t\fced-
ip-g, Aohfl rrpairthr. ? :roo' ri,;. a4Sdr .This fit-j in '.good location and fine. I land, ,
J b ouad'goonhorS' ; "."".urVavf$ :/\bahe, )') laolgo :' ''1,1"-1"(" ." , " "I", .I 1&' New Shoe Store
COmPaflyi rr":1"f" :::: ,;lcken'1' houso( anCl" 'a''' (t n"''a: ''Q oJl\'' /'4'1ve )liave' < teyeral other propdition3, ( of I 1'& / t't;

.,.. L f210(* ?bearing** ***,*orun-t-u'tr5"'d sffi;''eajo' *?'i " { -;fllowirMamstreet'! \ froriTBoor at :'i.ffeir.H; i treatment and will'dfav'or'to "

Wi :j\f.; \ .a a (a f R''i Dca; .(irs ." sent; can rlrivirijflit! off Imi,1'n: ,, .' h.inl .ii please you. Ladies'' Gent's and Children's' ShoesHIGH
t i roan.'' 'I'his j/roji-\" ( 'ai; 1 r t :r -
I'Laa'. i 1 ;"I.a"ga"" !; ar '1,1 ,". .i.i t"!, ,< I 1 GRADE 'AND UP-TO-DATHx.f "'- e.TYou'I'
GROCERIES.WE tt'ims of p.i.1: uu'iit. Nelson Realty Company :

.,. Kissimnice, Florida. See Buy MARSH & WHIDDEN
Iijarntrart'of' Innii ! I mil- from court :hoiiiuot; g.ui! 1"lid k STATE BANK
| f.ici' grove of polo, trees, ui, thin plat rill,j, I papers for sale ut thi olfice, '
at...1 SELL WE BUY' about 2-1!\ acres ;in ..cultivation half "nl 1 'JD I cents a hundred. : *

land ,"x 'IInt trucking' land'l 1 naif, -, J
HAY 'HIQESGRAIN' splendid.! citrus fruit, land'-room --- --- +-- -- --- :----- -- ----,+ 4

house; beautiful lor" l Ion 'and! good. laml.

FURS . Very cheap at $1,50. {

SHINGLES \Ve still have some choice Id-acre .
AND tracts of land in Park Garden, here
ORANa'E BOXES I 'soil' is tich,-black and deep and where

ALL artesian (flowing: wells can be had at a E1GII "I.
ORANGE, WRAPS depth of- 150 to 200() feet. This land ,I

VEGETABLE CRATES COUNTRYPRODUCE seen to be appreciated. The I II I ARp ,
finest'trucking land in' Florida. Price TRAD EMARK WA
CRATE NAILS I' $100 per acre, terms if desired. Ij j E I y-tfjj. .tI !

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I We have a 22-acre tract of land bordering -I D o
We sell field and garden seed or all kinds. on Lake Tohi>pekaliif a. about 'ii II I
We give special attention to fitting out hunting and camping miles.from town; has good 5-room house, II I

parties.Free ., gopd stables, shed, 2 flowing. wells, ex- II I H
delivery in city limits. Pnone Np. 12. I jcellent trucking land, about five or six
We are county: agents or good fertilizsrs. Ask us for :circular acre bearing orange grove, between I EO 4 ,

and prices on fertilizers.xaoooooocooooooocoooooooociocaopooooooecacoc. Government Survey and lake. This is .ONO 11, ,
owned! I By> a non-resident who is. willing I -

to sell for $31',110. _
,C I Have -iO acres adjoining this ''fine 1 v
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truck land; part of it hammock land, I -
C A. CARSON. J A. CKAffFORI 3. L. LUPFER.l'r"ld"Jll 1 .
trlce-Presidenl. Secretary 'thatrgrowa splendid citrus fruits; flowing r
well. canbe had on any acre of it.
i Price $100 per acre. I C. look through the latest

KISSIMMEE LUMBER CO... |, We have several 5-acre tracts of. land. Come Ilnaud, most complete Hardware

in addition
adjoining city limits; fine
I citrus fruit land, also good for trucking; Cutlery and Sporting r ,,1
I just nice distance to make nice little ;

and .i farm with city advantages. These: Goods Catalogue ever published J
1- pnugh | tracts are looatfd-in Pinedalc and can
J be purchased for $2O! tract time I .
per ; on
half if desired :; THE HOME, .. "
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We have 5-aer tract of land :3J miles '
I from -city limits, less than one-eighth irk'a
r j mile from another railroad station; 4- P i
HOUSE BILLS SPECIALTY.- I room house; 21| acres in cultivation; excellent .
ad land. 'This is located;l in a well-I
bcOCOOOOO* X H''((X'OriOO&OCO&OOOO&ClCJOOOOOOOtXXXKJO. I settled! neighborhood; splendid orange .
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; ,' thedllissilltee Valley, :['' A SPLENDltftLOW: : LR.n Celebrates i , 1..'word of thanlcjt :for' the cordial.., manner:I I I ware Mr,dealer Ross ,Graves U taking th*a'few popular days: hardW welli '",'

I rG-A In which. the vial! on. Aad .been .received earned vacation this week.k Ha left
: j last Monday In company with Mr. Leon'
1 4" PUBLTBHFD and entertained. ,, ,\
vP ,"- BVEHT FBIDA7.V Is Obtained in the: Artesian Well }'anneJlfor Fort Myers wt ere they will .'I.
''s'' Office In Valley Gazette 13ui1din Miss Plummer of: Kisstmn-iee, enter. join Capt L. E. Minx, who has just

DMSll1l1EE.08CE0LA.OOtmTY.PLA, That Will Supply the Gty : : In Spite of thfe Rain rained the audlencefwith "a recitation return p'irchsed) home a fine by,boat that This place, is one, and of

W. B.., HARRIS, Editor and I I Mr W. F, Hamilton who has the I M entitled 'The.Good Friend. which.was) the finest inland wMtor trips in the ..!...I...:,..,. ........
splendidly] rendered. it does
contract for driving the 8-Inch well for w. whole country, cayferihg as
_. 5,.. J.'TRIPLETT'Ayaoclet; I reached Weath'er ilr.. of St. Cloud" mad ': three hundred miles of the wildest and
the city waterworks, has now Although the: was, ,Most, Irlciement4| .the i Julian, apeech'on moat picturesque cenefy Imaginable..
.-. a depth of 375 feet arid a-. good llowofpure fraternalism',whlcb was.hap.i i ',
'i Old Their Friends Had An' Enjoyable /0Mr.C
.. . .. . .. . artesian wate liaa been secured. ; pilly received <". ,E. Swope. of Perrysburg. O.,
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( on* .
oopf '
* P.r 0-....".41a months.. .. ..,"... .. ..,. ...( The! ''city; however, dslree a* large a ;) time Wednesday flight. ( ". Mr. Lymm Daugherty of,, s.t., Cloud who winter with in Kisslrnmee his famifyapent, sends]last us fall a,:list and

flow -possible, and will have, it sunk -, an Irish and iJrs. Webking. whom hs Wishes the .
u All _"Dlaat ...meant from ... : Rung song of: his friends to
,,. ....R4Jeeted........-........-,..."'ulOboo...-lip our u.._rl 75or'y00' 'felt: deeper,. Mr. Hamilton 'Commander G. |IE, Tarbox an '..the which he Mid there was no reason ash).. of this city gave a recitation in German; Valley Gazette sent, and writ i as r

t1 .,......... mutt. wW DOt boo nt'a1'1Nd states that he ,drilled through a rock.I : other members of Gen;. 0. O. How" t-d.. there should] not exist the best of feeling 'Dialect, both of which were welKre- ,I the follows early:*fall'We and expect make to Klssimme come back*.our in .' '"*

at..t at the la SMalmm.e-. last Saturday, and struck a stream of Post G. A. R.. are to be congratulated between KIssimmee and the surrounding cieyvd.and loudly applaoded. home as we Ilk. the fine climate and ".

Nmnd.......mall nuttn.F 1"Ia. water which increased the flof'at.r leasta upon the splendid 'success' of their colonies, as the,." were all Commander; Tarbox then announced location. We enjoy notice J,

hundred per cent. "open camp-fire meeting": hejd at the1 .trivingXfbr' the same end, that of that it was nearly train
Jfriday. July 29, 1010': The purity of the artesian water ob- Court'House last Wednesday evening, sec-tion meeting broke) up,' with many' express-': pleasure_ r"ett.y the_advancement" ' being l -V made, A fJI$ .
the bY O --
this. I is one of '
ww tainedi '
wben-tne-f>eighboring Posts'of t.itel .tion-on'tbe -
Ions Of
I ; and that'what was beneficial to ofap!@ pert of I - .
offers a
.; principal advantages Kissimmve and Taft and the local] Camp of Confederate bound the others. He visitors and that ClolJe) of
one Was to lielp assurances; St.$ Miss Grace Chandler, Naranja, IsI
'I One mile of cement sidewalk<< ] laid to persona seeking a place to l lotate, aal Veterani'tnd! their ladlek were Invited i caused some amusement' ail. well]] as ap. would! at an.earlyjOay return the com i I visiting fiends; irr the city. .
six days la not bad. That' Kl to that source is attributed the extremehealthfulness .
so : to meet /With them around their that" Id :
plauae by saying he not regret pliment. ----- -- "
, mee'a-record,since last Friday. ] of, our people. M j .. considerable-!, ; the inclement weather, aiiHhls is our On account of a misunderstanding as Old papers can
Jj, ,-., are forced to go a and share their army rations..! rainy rpaaon! ; and rain is botrXjneeded to the date . 20 cents per hundred. Just what you ).
'. Those who have made arr estimate to get a water supply and we I ,v a large delegation w ..
under carpets, mat-
r that at least one thousand car (pads consider. durselves as extraordina. Irify I Although"the weather conditions were and expected, here at thIS time. was expected. from Taft, did not cd... Vm red to etc.put your .
r. '
,I I.:f' vegetables will .be aKipped from: I lucky I inj wng able .to obtain not most unfavorable-rain falling most' of Col. King of St. Cloud, responded ---- / ,

h .! .' 1 almmee. this; fall and winter.. a sufflcTent supply but as pure the afternoon and evening-the old I on behalf of the visitors, thfankitig the ."
comrades, and the ladies, as well were doctor for hill cordial word of welcome SIDEWALKS'HICKS -1
as ever came out of.the ground, .
I', Tle; Brie thing this town needs ,! in the heart 'of the city. It is undaunted' and when the St. Cloud special I I and prophesying great things for this _

".. needs bad' is another railroad, ( it will not be necessary to bore arrived every seat In the five or six section in the.near future. 'He said it -

J day Boon It will get it-unless the well) for years to come, as the I coaches was occupied and ome were had been but a few years since the star .

", i' ent extortionate freight rates are \ on which Mr. Hamilton is now standing the crowd being estimated of empire.. wended its way westward,

; duced. ,. I anywhfcrp between two and "three ,hun but this was changed now and all eyes
is flow stream
J ----- = rking expected to .a '
t Y. Kissimmee furnish all the dred. were turned toward! the south, and particularly -
If there's a man in large to wa- { .
The Kissinimee Concert Band and a I toward! Florida, he believed and BRYAN, the construction.
I I out a lollar in his pool.ft, it is his er needed for both domestic use and ;| I _
II. ". large; number of citizejvt, were at tie, that the .best; thing for both sections:
I fault There is work
: here at protection. 1 who the and
i }I. wages for everyone, and has been I depot to welcome the visitors and as was an interchange of 'people between 1 people are doing Masonry.
the I \ i I the train pulled into the station the excursionists 1 j the north and south, that it brought
j( : past eighteen months. .I Sidewalk work on Rotundo. and Beamati
t -_ I New Business s'by An Old firm ; were greeted with the inI | about i ,Letler understanding. : and made ..

\ For coil 1 summers pleasant The W. B. Milk In80n Co., one of the | spiring strains of martial music, .winch leach i section more appreciative of the.;1 buildings, will be glad, to make estimates
to healthful conditions, hospitality 8t and most successful mercantile I, brought forth lusty cheering from the I other

':. osity, prosperity and all-round .. .. in Onceola county, which old boys for: they were boys again, at Commander, Turbox then .Mated that I on sidewalk work.

i e happiness, come to Kissimnnee has. large establishments both least for that.evening. ] Mayor T. M. Murphy and. the Chaplainof

} f. have enough of those things here i Kissimmee and St.. Cloud, I is prepar After alighting and rf>receiving a hearty the local Post were on the program j Can be found after work hours. by

everybody and then .some.Although . to further enlarge its operations 'welcome from Commander _Tarbox" : for speeches, but both wire absenton -
-- - 'phoning 9J.Bond given required. with
'' .; ;; 'Editor Joll-is North, on .., and will open\ for business to nor- and the assembled citizens! !, aTJne of I''I account of illness! He then threw I themeeting ,
w. Saturdayin the store room of march was formed headed by the St. open, and the balance) of theexercises I of five
; Vacation, the St. Cloud Tribune is I a guarantee years.
i Citizens bank building, The Cash Cloud Drum Corps and the long procession I consisted of i impromtu sfJ..h.ML.2.nJs
I suffering by his absence, as Mr C.
in'i Store. wended its way to_ the court i, e and recitations: ,, as foUoWT* \
Barno, foreman of the mecharieal
I The store will be true. to its name house through!'; a steady downpour of A chorus of St. Cloud 1"01'1.) 1 Minx
partment is keeping its editorial
local columns to their usual I nothing will be sold there' except : rain, which seemed "to add to rather I 'The Navy Bran," to ttt tui e of
s I. z up cash. The .fixtures and furnishings : than detract from the general good Sweet Bye-ancl-Bye
standard of excellence.The i
I the handsomest ever installed here J feeling even the ladies, of wliorn; ...tJ".r..1 Judge Anderson, of St. Cloud was

I' last outstanding: bond would be a credit to a city'the size I i were a goodly number, joking about called to the 1 platform and rnar a good I! -- --
or Tampa the weather as if there were no such speech, predicting that ere ,{ snow I
1 Osceola county has been paid off Hi
The new store will be in charge: of' thing as spoiled hats or linguerie flies, in the north there will lift MO thousand -
the county is out of debt, which is ,
. \ :.' condition to be proud of. It is R. C. Paxton, with, Willie Makin- When all had arrived the large courtroom "people at St. Cloud urtt/{>e tint Kmrsimmee .

r :: . an instance and proof 'that the as assistant was filled to overflowing with the will have doubled7 .i- (jTent-nt. t

f, ? of any municipality can have good j pleasure-seekem, each eagerly expectant 1 population. He said he v as if a [posy FINAL COUNTON

t if : of the good time they knew was lion to know that people win omntg
t ernment they want it. Tampa THEY MUST HAVE IT -- --
o I .- '. bune. coming. In this large assembly !probably in large numbers from all ..'('tioit' of
I every State in the union was represented the country, and that developments)

Most anybody can edit a "' Valley Gazette is Building Ups I but there was no evidence of I I wouJd take !place which' had' r,.e\ ,'r \et Piano ContestJULY

..r.1 i and make it interesting for a This Section any- sectional thought. or feeling, to been dreamed of.Mr. ,

Some people can keep up the letters' them it was just a happy gathering of McKndree, ol St. Cl'Jud. stated!
for a month or two without From reading the following American citizens, all eager/: to .enjoy that he fought on both sides, ilurn fj-the

f but it takes a natuFXI born pencil can get a .pretty fair idea as to the- to the fullest extent the geJJE'rouhOM l civil war and tried to do hi>- duty <<> lie 31sr 6 P.M.

er and a hard worker to grind out work the Valley Gazette is doing: pitality which Kissimmee knows so! well! i i saw it. He told a humorous ir 'idnt "fI I

:)1 r' interesting batch of local and I I inducing. persons in the Iv'orth and how to dispense I army life, and elicited a great 'deal l l "f

". items week after week for a term ...."section, to come: and! make their homes in As the crowd was! .being heatei) the 'applause' and, mVriiriK.nt. Pay Your Bill and Get Your Votes Before the Polls. Close

) years. There is no profes8ion'that drum mounted the rostrum and ,, .
/ corps II Mrs. E. 1) 1'luinrni pre- sle 1-'of J tl < ,
' \ i i more exhausting; or less I Cleveland, Ohio July 1H. '10. |played l patriotic: airs... for which ti "y lural cin-]If of the l.ndif'of' tI, ';. A (

1 for the work than the editorial W. B. Harris were roundly applauded made short uddre> \\.h- tin '
Editor :I K "'t>''i f KISSIMMEE DRUG CO. l li
i ualiatic profession, but how*few ... DeurSir-Herein: : please find a New (Commander Tarbox then called 11.m".tllg ..- Si. ('loud 1 Relief< ('torr"|" wI( K.1( thought,, .
: his.-The Saunterer in Sanford I draft endorsed order that forth :M I 110.)
O .1 : over to your \ to order and announced) a hearty" r..punfrn" r

m ""ald. --- .. --- -. ": dollar covering a renewal of the rain hud interfered with the pro <;ruw, fiiehident, "f that orgli, I/HIKJ. / .

r 1,.,."" he County Commissioners ... subscription to your paper, for an- gram somewhat and instead! of eating/ I Cupt L. 11. William. of St. ."ld)<
'l, "N_,. in refecular monthly session on I r year 1 have been much inter out under the oaks in the court house .I made. rousing{ |,.it riot K 'I'| 1 14. ,.,..<1
,,\when tlitev will, as usual welcome in reading it in the past! and an- yard, as had been mten ed the edibles InK the American hug WII I i 1'n' iirx': liw1, .t-.tI
\GGLNHI!! : U.} Ph. D. lilt 1>.. IX.-D.. President ,
i I uggrestionsXrom our citizens as to I a continuance,* o/ that pleasure would be brought In and served to the tribute to th..valor of the. wok t'r01 '

r best manner orvadvancing. our the future 1 also expect at an guests in their seats. Members (,)f. O, both sides of the late conflict. Ii: the llL.ILS'! "CIIOOL! ,.iNw35! D FOR YOUR CIIiLDREr0

:; I ., ..:'t.:.; Interests. The Commissioners of: -date'to visit Kissimmee and 'St. '0. Howard Post, the Ladies' Auxiliary course of his remfu J(!" he .also paid, a : U.ND TEEM TO HTET8ON: : C.

L ' Yr l county consider themaelves' servants' with a view to locating a. winter organization and local friends of the high, compliment tote Valley Gazette, 49 Professors and Instructors College of Liberal Arts "
: 17 University" uil-4inft College of Law ..a''
r '.T ..'. %t"f,. the people, which is Widely me. i I veterans. volunteered' their services in stating that ]subscribed: ,for ;1.111.\ .., paper .' 28 Acre Campus ) . A CollfffU! of Technology ," q
I }- i; \ :from the //custom "'prevaihqg in : ,"\\:1. *, ',-: ',.:,Very' truly yours, serving, and all were" soon enjoying before coming here, to learnsome.. 0 !581 Student Last Year' Colic ite of Business "'I'' ; ..,'
't. f" Florida counties, and have ace H..C. Ellison. their sandwiches, beanspickles] ; and coffee I I thing of,th{ conntry, and that he' :found $250.008.00 Endowment Preparatory Academy' ,
which had been suitable it thexff eliest. newsiest tie-: had' 15.000 Volumes In Library Normal and Model Schools
more during their tenure of otfic prepared as a i; ppjier!
; Pittsburg Pa, July 11, 10. i( $10,000.00 Pipe Ortan. School of Mechanic Arts
y was accomplished in the entire Sir: camp-fire feast and' which all evi$ rt-wl, und thai its statements. ('cmctrnii 10 Large Laboratories ScienceUnsurpassed School of Music

'l''_ ... ;W- s :aaspiraccfing, They will make 'I had one of your papers handed to seemed to relish and enjoy. '', >K tin1-" section were .-"t ,rl'J\- r>,hable General !Equipment School of Fine ArtsSevarste
t c ola the foremost county< in the After supper! the drum corps again : dormHortot for young men and young m., Carrful administration and thoravctl auperrksStriMiao ''
k- friend
by a was pleased to see ... aid : and sectarian teaching, For r taleaaot. ....... for inlorrastloa. or for room reservations.JOWN .ddea.
ya in the next two favored the audience with a selection | Mr. A. S Nelson of K issmimee, ,
years. nay things that were interesting :" B. STETSON UNIVERSITY. DoLAND. FLORIDA.
1 -" after which Commander Tarbox took i Mr. Cox, of,St. Cloud each responded ,
1'' one W0 was thinking of making his I I ,
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In this-Issue Valley Gazette the floor, and mtroduced Dr. T. Ml, to their names with a recitation, ;| -
begin a contest for a' fine $400 piano I Rivers, Chairman of the City Council,], I Mr. J. O McNew spoke along the UI.aWIUE
1 Will you please send me the Kissim- I .. TALUIUSEEf
+ be given to the person or GiifeeUe who, In the absence otr Mayor T. M, lines of agricultural opportunities in i A-SUFfRIOH IUT INEXPENSIVE INSTITUTION FOR
Valley beginning with ColI""e" Art and Sclenras, Normal
4 receiving the highest number of Iesaw them he thinks the i FtOIIIDt rOHNB HER School.'
next issue, antLJ will send check Murphy, had been selected to deliver Florida as i' School of Music,School of.<< Art, School' of Expression -
I ; '''The rules regulating the contest the address of welcome end turn the posibilties h..r4are ulimited and that Four collutr. aifHcultuiml vxf.i.rtm<'nt Klfttioa I School of Home Rconomlca. .
f 'iwell dui blank coupons for coyer the amount, ftqd oblige. I University, eXUt>oi{ n. 4<> pnifvwtoni. and siMSiNtKnta First clans iHiulpVnent throochout Tuition f r..u
Yours keys of the city over to the visitors.Dr. there is no possibility of over produc H" per cent increaiw in attendance' last ysrAttrMctiv OthAexpenses vety low For Information &d.di' .
'n II ballots are published elsewhere J l respectfully, Rivers welcomed the visitors in a buildinirs" and campus Fur caWoeue ....
address a A. MlllrNllEC Ms4.N. ...
Philio .Haler. tion.Mrs. I / EORUI C'" limit 3U-H
:IU aper. Willianft of St. Cloud added
brief but happily worded address! In l a
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4'' . BUY : We.wantIotto read this carefully .r-- j

; A -- People arc jtr t waking up to the facT'that the Kissimmee Prairie is a storehouse of wealth. It will

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

V 'Where on earth con. a man find an ideal climate, such as we have in the Kissimmee Valley, in combination -

r t 14 v Home -- with a rich soirthat will yield him from $.00 to $20O per acre per year, and yet buy. both soil .

and climate for ONLY $2O O PER ACRE.

That is what '. in Florida soil and climate. Without the
. o we arereally eIJiug climate the soil could

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

: And- then think (living' in a climate where malaria and heat prostrations are uUknown, and where

t'' a ,4 there is no coal to buy or chilly: ; raw weather to endure. Get away from these things., What is /the .use

-, BeautifulKissimmee I I of enduring. them when it isn't necessary. .




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4 ,4 worms as well. Our best tracts are closest to town site and the early buyer gets the best location.

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:;: : THeKI&slDimeeiValleu I \ 'Gazette ': Father Fox, of 7JRev Orlando will ,\ NOTICE J \0\\: .
and 'Taft;
K19etmmee We
I come to KUsimmee Sunday afternoon. have ,< "
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TEl&PMONB NO. 11. ton 89. There,will be devotion 7:30: Ii Classified ' cows for '
Advertisements Lambert
lii the evening and mass on Monday S'Sl &; Vivian ,. e
: f?'2t Orlando. li la.
fnorning at 8 o'clock in the chapel at . M
PUBlLISH D VERY-. FRiYl: the, home, of Mrs. 'A. Tress. I TJN roofln guttering, pump- work-- -" ,

-BYW'S Mrs. Wm. 11. Norton left Wednesday Advrti;fclri nta are l Inserted wider this head) st the rate of 8 Cents we Lave the goods., tocta and men to 9"9 9'ABiES.
do first class work
!'; ; : HAA..tliJ.! for-Anniston) ,. Ala.', to spend the }.! y per line eachSnsertion.' ; The Pioneer
"" ,..,.. .,. next two months visiting friends and ',\I \ Plumbing Shop. .- .- -.-. jjo-tf WANTEDWildcr's "
I. relative. On her return she will'be.\ .SEWING MachinesAgency for Sing n t.
; : joined in Atlanta by her mother Mr*. ; WADE.:the_tuner Orlando. I IREMNAN'I'S I .Ax tares, hling cabinets and machines. Cash or on easy payments ''
:T. IL Wheaton -of Ohio who will 1 labor saving; devices of alltltindB.J s AT >ca..
t3.00per month rented.
:: Weather Report: spend the winter in this city with her. I ort sale atC Wj Danny": Yawman &; Erbe make. See. 'Prentii The Home. Store Machines 21-tf .. '. .'
.If at the'Home Store. 7 ,_ '
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'. ,i, j- i i ? F. .W..Stalker. of Kissimmee. Is in i\I PICTURES named at the Hoftie Store. I CALL. u. up at'' phone 91, even!g Studio .

"''i Followlngvar the daUy temjperatures the city and has purchased the plant of j.FOR.SAL> - and the Miami News The outfit will be Miller. 29f 'sight the city limits. Price $175. Bond and guarantee for five years.Hlcks. .
i'f precipitation aa shipped to Kl lmmee where Mr.. StaJ.kerW111 InsWlmentplanperfect title Arthur .& Bryan. 80-tf AG.

'}' reported! by the Government, add it to his job printing: plant.) DWELLINGS for rent, apply toMT'iI.'Ier. : E, Donegan. KfasiQinxee.. Fla. 28-tf Ii .. e '
station atKlaslmmoe for the He will also start a new weekly paper I !f' FOR SALE-Several desirable lots, 66x
\, I week ending July 28-191X* ( in Kissimmee at an early date.-Miami r" WE can tfelTvour orange grove for a reasonabl 150 feet,, desirable locality price ,
- .* News-Record. REMNAm.S io I lace and embroidery' ." l price on short chancceetoven ranging from fifty dollars up monthly "
l C. W, ParUtV g7-tf with us and allow us a Installment plan perfect title. Arthur ,,'
Free Homesteads
,.- l,. MAX' KIN., fcAIN '. Mr Porter, one of our., most auccets- Jfy: this statement:'R. D.Waring 41:Co. 1 Er Donegan-, Kiulmrnetfr FJaT 28-tf

t+ Friday v . 89 73 . full fruit ';) brought to the Gazette M'CALL'S patterns and publicatloris at FOR SAlit!:-Nice four-room i. y 4z r
; cottage,
p. Saturday.. . .: office last Saturday some apples X S. Gilbert's.] ZStf verandas MUCK land near Kissimmee oil which '
96 70' .85 flowing well, desirable localIty from 40 to JoX ( .
which were grown on his place about two T T flowing wells can: be obtained is bringing acres and
..Sunday.\ . 91 71' .19 miles eaast of town. It Is.a late apple FOR fresh. Bb, phone the Rull, Bass ; ,Pongan price $600 Kiasinnmee, Liberal terms.. ..Arthur'E from$100 to 200)( per acre. I Jan in- Alau) Ark, Fla.: La.: \ '" '
Fla. 28-tf ,
.. Monday . SO 72 .03 but Mr. Porter docent remember the . Market, 110. 189. . 19-tf sell you the same kind of land for25 ., _
t Tuesdays.94' 70 . variety He has only one tree' -which .. ---- -- --- FOR SALE or Exchange for good city: _an aerc.:sIt. M. Breaker &; Co' 28-tf and Mis*. ,CIYEN AWAY .'
. be saysjtas been". bearing; regularls for FOR dressed poultry phone the Roll property 4-cyllnder E-M-F-30 Touring -- BY UNITED STATES COVCHKWENT ,1
) W edne d.y. 93 70 .40( THE
I Base Maricet. No. 189. 19/-tf person who buys the 4,000acretract
several years Car complete: Will sell outright
Thursday. . 89 69 '.81 exchange for of muck and hammock land one .. to successful: : applicants. -
'l, BUY b'lerv.from H. C.: Stanford good city property. and Send
from 2Sc for
a miles Information
your quarter KlBslmmee
.. Address
of Arthur
/; The Valley Gazette is in receipt E: Uonegan, .
.. -...,.. .' -- daily request from all (sections of the Co., and save-26-per-ent..- ...Sl-tf--. 81-tf Kl slmmee. Fla. at $25 twelve per acre-wlll double his moneyin and application form r, ;. '

United, States and all for indications Sample copies point of to the a ROOMS for Rent-Apply' to Mrs.31-tf. D. AN intelligent person may earn $100 Breaker &: Co.months., Kiasimmee Write, Fla H.. and M. DIXIE .HOME CO.. Parsajs.' Fla. t:; ;, 'r ;

parer tremendous! influx of visitors and settlers . ,M.- Break_. -- -- --- '- --- --- monthly corresponding{ for newspa they will tell you al! about it. r", ea ilea : A:

this fall and winter. Parties having BUY your: shoes from A. S. Gilbert. pers. No canvassing Send for par. FOR- SALE-One-- -- of the few tracts- -of -- -. 1 -y- _1
THE LOCAL rooms will do well tq beginto Fresh stock low 'prices. 25tf liculan. Press Syndicate B 2245, FOR ,
i. flllo.1 spare Lock port, N.Y* land within the city limits that has Quick 6ale-40 acres good fann
get them in shape now for rent, aa not been subdivided, consisting of 40 ing land, with 90( orange /trees. 60
the will be earlier this than GO TO J. M- Post to get your jewelry, I
season! year WE, land bearing 4-room box
have acres adjoining foil$50'
clocks tf for sale 4/000 acres of land ; selling oountry' house
KNMN NWH'WNK ever before.! watches and repaired. near 'Kls lp1mee that 'wIll produce and $60, per: acre;. my- price for quifck\: _smoke house, stable and sheds; 7 t'

FOR SALfi:Good No.*!cook stove will 1,000 worth of vegetables' .ar. sale $27.60 per acre. Address A. W. acres under cultivation: the land
Miss Grace Chapdler, of Miami is the Mr. S, E. L., her and family, of Ohio, sell S. 'W. Downing. ;28-tf We are offering it for sale at $25 an Gustus, Sanford Fla. 28-tf adapte-i to the growing of citrus e'
Mrs. H. M. Pfann-
guest-of are among the latest additions to KisBimmee't _. ._ acre. IL M. Breaker & Co. 28-tf fruits ana trucking) ; .good, water ,. :
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fast rowing population. --- ---- --- - .-,,-- LET us help you make fortune. We house well shaded with fenced{
H. D. Geiger Wednesday SPEND your cash with us and get a set tree.;{ ,,
Attorney In Orlando. They arrived here some days ago and of dishes free A. S. Gilbert. 25tf FOR SALE or Exchange for good city have! 3,000 acre. of muck and 1,000 on two aides by creek on two sides \
were so well pleased with our city that property-2 cylinder Bee Touring acres of'hammock .And pine land witha by barbedwire,-* use of 70 acre enclosed -
Capt. II. M. Breaker transacted bassinein tHey dfccidey'lo 'locate permanently.' MUTTON: fresh;: fai-nd flne-t the Car, complete; used only a very short water frontage 91 ftve miles, and In . pasture goes with the land: '
Orlando Tuesday. Mr. Lesher has purchased a lot In West Rull Bass Market, phone 189. 19-tf time. Arthur E. Donegan( ten minutes ride by bUggy of Kissim'm situated by land dines 21-2 mile. from.
KiHsimmee on which he will build a 31-tf Kissimmee, Fla. ,' that We will sell yoU for 625 an Court House; by county.road I 5>> miles; f
.M. Tiller is building a neat bungalow home, and will, a little later, Often up AGENCY ot. the White Star Laundry WE' sidewalks for acre; part cash, balance on time. H. less than one mile from railroad; I

for rent on hia lot on Mabbettstreet. a jewelry store here. at the )HomexStore. Phone, 164. liveyearn only guarantee, but they our will last a life M. Breaker & Co., Kissimmee, Fla. 1-2 miles from Campbell Stat!lo n.:,
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Mrs. Floyd has returned from a visitto WOOD strand, $1.26; five strands time. See us and get estimates, at.Kotumlo'a price *25 per acre, or" $1,000( )( ; (600. . .
Misses Eloise Moon and Eugenia per \ FOR SALE-Beautiful home, built and cash, balance In one ... at
her cousin,- Mrs. Belch, of Orlando.Mr. Moon, sister and cousin of REV. J. 5.76.. K issirnmaelumber. Co. :29-tf!! Hicks & Bryan.corner during work hours 30-tf formerly owned by lion. J. W. Watson 8 per cent. Address Arthur. Don- #

;: Lawton Moon who have been spendingthe ; now being thoroughly renovated ganKissimmee, FixA t
H. L. layer, one of OrlSo'sleading HAVE you seen the'Vimit" in "Walk .
last few weeks with him, left. for inside and out; quarterof block; plenty ---
business men, wax in the city Overs" just arrived aKC. W. Dann' ANYONE Anywhere can start a mail of
their home in Kianimmee Friday even- room; servant's house and stable.
Tuesday.Mr. These two ladies I order business at home. No canvass Price .one-third cash balance I ,
bright in
ing. young/ $4,000.
6 OR 6 DOSES: 666" will Cure case Be
any ing. boss. Send for free
A. S. Nelson of the Nelson Real will be sadly missed by the many ,!| of Chills end Fever. Price 25c. 14-2CI booklet..your Tells how. }ieacock, A 2144, one, two and three 8 per cent Having sold my interest in the Bass- . -
\ Kissimmi-e is in the : friends they made while in our midst _ interest. Address one of the owners ville .
ty Company; city Lockport N. Y. Grocery Co. to my partner, Mr. J. .
and all that it not be ]long pianos\nd Arthur E. Dqnegan, Kissipnrow Fla
hope may I| PRENTIS sells Kimball or-
today. Reporter-Star Monday dome ---- -- B. Williams, 'on retiring from'the business .
another - - -
town -
before they again pay our gans. See him at The Store. ACCORDING to quality Red Bond -
Frank Fuller, of New Smyrna, is visit.-Ft. Meade Cor. Tampa Trib I Brand Candies ought to be roc s FOR SALE-The Mating propertyquar I desire to thank our friends and .
visiting the family.of his uncle, C. W. one .!_ | FURNISHED rooms with board. \ pound. They are only 15c a pound, ter of block, adjoining court house;; customers for their liberal patronage
the whole of block filled
Saunde with
Mrs. W. W. r\ quarter
U; Tiffin.MIBB. I 31-tf 2 pounds for a quarter.31ti . and support, and to assure.them of
bearing and other fruit trees my ,
wife and
Hon. II. H. Duncan, daughter : Fruit Store.FOP. orange ;
Florrie Sharp, an attractrive Marian, of Tavares with the 1.1 STy ur property with R. D. Waring \ City sufficient fruit gotten from to hearty appreciation" of same. Mr. Wil- '

young lady of Kisoimmee, is spendingthe sweet baby girl daughter of H. C. & Co. for quick sale at State Bank SALE-Five hundred acres high I pay taxes: and insurance, pant Price I liams will continue the business! and I

day in our city. Reporter-Star, Duncan left for Daytona Beach yesterday building.. 23-tf )pie) and hammock lands, with clay' shade trees;: ideal place for home. besprak for him a continuance of your
Monday, to se if the salt air will not be the --'- -- 10 -- -- -- '- subsoil, fronting on Lake Butler, near $2,500-$1,11011 cash, balance in one kind *,
COUPONS gvAin with every cash purchase and two at 8 cent inter st. consideration and support. ti
tonic needed for Mr. Duncan.who is Midland railroad. Will sell either as u years per J _
Mrs. H. H.* Hollister, of Bowling slowly recovering from his rectnt operation redeemable' in dishes at A. S.Gilbert's. whole or in small tracts. Terms to Address owner. Arthur E. Donegan, J. S. STRATTON. . f- '

(Green, ia visiting her parents; Mr. and I at the Church Home and Hospitalat 25tf suit purchaser S. S. Griffin, Gotha KiKsirnmve, Fla. 30-tf
Mm. M. N. Ovcnttreet, at Shingle : Orlando. Orlando Reporter-Star. - - Fh\'" 29-tf -- -- -- - !
Creek. HOSIERY for men, women- and childr..n \ The finest colony proposition ever H. D. OEIGERAttorneyatLaw h
reduced stock to
at prices. Big FOR SALE of ] ( offered the public. H. M. !
County Commissioner E. L. Lesley Orange grove .00 ) Breaker
Miss Mora Stubb\, of Bartow, ar- select from Call early andIt't your
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trees and 40 good land has it and will tell
sEld his old Reo machine to Dr. Chum, last acres KUsimmee you
week to size while
rived in the city this spend a they
its with water on'three Rides, shout it for the asking. 28-tf
month all the guest 'of Mr. and Mrs. of St. Cloud! and has purchased in 31-tf H. C. Stanford Co. one-qus-tpr
stead a six cylinder 40 horse power mile from Flo 'da Midland railroad 1
Henry T. Ha s.Mm. Overland touring car through the FOR- -choitTt! acre puliurban home For price and ternj, write S. S. Griffin, 1I I Largjtdenk blotters lOc at this office Kissimmee

J. L. Floyd and little daughter agency of A. A. proprieter of the tracts, sep Kisrirrimee Gardens. J. M. Gotha Jo'l. a. \ tf .

Vivian, of Macon, Ga., are visiting jrayutone Garage. Mr. Lesley's new : WillBon, Jr. 20-tf \, ,
Mrs. Floyd's mother and sister, Mrs. S. car arrived this week aiid! he left im- i ,
G. Barber and Mrs It. S. Floyd. mediatly in it for his ranch about forty : FOR KENT Several nice office roomsin 1, is
miles south i Fraternity Hall.] Apply to C W.
Minn Ruty .SanUirn l who ha peen Dann, Secretary 27-tf
charming guest of Miss Ruth Over- Mr. A. A. Loll, of the ( ray tne'', WHAT OTHERS THINK OF 'f'KI8SlMMEE for the past month, returned to garage' report the sale of a twelve !i WANTED--To exchange double-barrel
I '> her home in Bartow last'' week. eat Buick auto Ui the Hunter Land breeoh-luadinR shotgun for a bicycle.
( Go.. 'wlio, will useit in tratiwportmg |: Address! box" 6y7! city. 2btf PARKUNITED
Mr. R.- Leo BiiU-z, wan in the arty prospective liuyert to and from their -- -
, from Orlando Monday Mr. Hidiz IH 10(1,0 manager of the Reporter-Star piano, > er. The machine is now being built feet 'lIpal'lly-and i timber.! Apply to
contest. ..;/ _,by the factory according\ }ju special :S. :S. Griffin, Hpecitication and is expected to arrive );
Just received u .liii>ment of the C..I- here in) a month or six week BEFORE) having you' sidewalk laiu off
berated Florence", WUjOIl.- Cull: !! see Hicks & Bryan At wprk on Ro- STATES POSTQFFICE /

.- ,- t-t-v them before htiying. 1U1t.1 J. S. Stratton has Hold bill entire in- '' tundo building during hours. ;tO-tf r. VANS AONEW. Parwsv.aM
'TTl-tf J. J. tunn.Mrs. / terestin the Uaesvillu Grocery Co., at HI KS&BYANtheeonstrurtionpeeplc A .

D. C. Lee orrived in the city: Peghorn to his partner, J. 'B. Will will la; your biuewalks and make '
and will iaros.,.who will continue' the, -businesB bond for five 30-tf KISSt iti fc'HadLiwi5
from Baltimore Tuesday night, same guarantee years. EE, FIA..,,,
under the Williams
after buaijine name. Mr. 'I -- .1I vs
several -
days' '
\ 'spend .
(i1, assume all debtnrs: of the old firm and .1 *
i s matters, ,' FOR bargains (In resident property '
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(\\jl\; is authorised to collects!! accounts due
:" .It, " . J I ,i truck lands and orange groves call on }
w""" .,,,. ""'' "'' NOTICF.. '..'. \'"'',.,,'.J''..,... 'iI''I' .' in Stratton fine_ condition states; and.that,that the H.. M.; Pr tg>. Klesimnnce.' _.Fla'- 4-U, : ;: ra'v is rcIi'281ftih 010 P tTh. : ,
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Hanhome Telegraph Instrument! with his only reason for retiring is that his
wire and instructions for 2.Ml. other interests have now to FLORIDA Schools for Florida Teach: .
to Bradley Harris. Lt'tl1f nd for Kl cljBj e. Valley La.d Co -
Apply where they demand'all his time and at 1 era you one coming; i
tention.' term. Herbert! A. Speir, Marianna. '"
The Ladies of the the Methodist Fla. 26 t Sept 1 -'*"" ''? w'"r -
Church will hold their Monthly Talent 'Mr. J. B.: Steffee left Tuesday for I J<1f8i.; .. r, Pla. .,'. ,

Tea at the home of Mrs: John M. Leeon Colorado Springs to spend a short time, I PEACHES are (!;one. Try a pound of ... -
Friday afternoon, .August 5th at after which he will proceed to San' the candy in the Big Red Case, wholesome i Gerttlelt.xr I't 1

3.30. Francisco, Calif., and take passage on pure and delicioun. .
a steamer for the Philippine' Islands. 31-tf City Fruit Store. ,
Supt. W. J. Sears haspurchared Mrs Mr. Steffee i is one of the five young .ReJly1-s.t.: y.llrc a 1.8wJ&t.% .. ..
i):C. Lee's lot, west of the court house ,
men, who the Toasted
recently graduated at FINEST Salted, Peanuts in air
,* where her residence was bnrned
quare, State University and secured appoint- tight jars, duet proof, moisture proof. ,
,/some months ago and will build a nice ments from the United States Govern- and germ proof, Ite. th1.k' Mr. H. .A. rK1i'1"

residence for himself.Mr. ment to positions in the constabulatory 31-tf City Fruit Store.

S. B. Aultman left Tuesday in the Philippines. The others left several - -- -- -- Park, .c It.Is aow call.d (W. .lw y..c' lodib .!Siii .
morning-in his Cadi lac touring car for weeks United will report at Ma- SPECIAL Hosiery Sale now on at H. \ .
and Thonotosnssa to l look after nila to the States authorities, I C. Stanford Co. 's. Reduction of 25 '

Tampa business interests, and will be absent who section will of assign the Islands.him to duty in some per cent.last :from regular price while'Th.* ..l.}'. lh1G 2 c.. say 1.. _t.ha :I'ail'cid: I
they 31-tf '
i several! days. :, .0/" '\

'=' =- for .th..first. t.m .acre axd .g.t th.* ur t:4l. t.Olia. :_, "_ ...
'j{ Mrs. Rice, of Tampa, was the guest :
of her sister, Mrs. C. W. Griffin, last v:

d t j week. She, in company with. her hut- 'I heard \.hat )40. kcC..l-wa... al g.lxtt.. ; _divlQihl. ,. '
band, had been spending several weeks I "
in Chicago and stopped over here on I
spl.ltdid _
her way home. -< pr.perty.

1 Miss Florrie Sharpe returned! home n pr.p.rtY:15d.Pt.d w
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\ this week from a visit with friends at I hereby. nominate M , '. .. .. J :
Geneva. She was accompanied home ; .

I by her friend Miss Nevada Grant, who* as a contestant in the POPULAR VOTING CONTEST ( 't.ruck.r"tru1ti: thAt *ay.ii* would waat? te..grllw..Th.r. ... .
1. will spend two weeks with her.

now being held by the KISSIMMEE. VALLEY GAZETTE. I ar. all klvds ..f .soil .x'"Wi. '
,i H. D. Geiger, attorney-at-law, was / ,
; up from Kissimmee last Sunday. Mr. i .

Geiger has hung out his shingle in that . L. -b* AC thay CAK'vl: :-Jvisti that} they want. ". i
progressive town and i is meeting with ,
success-Apopka C .riZt3.
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they have been spending the past several -
months They returned by way of - 417 ,
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Birmingham. Ala., where theyfvikltedthe '

family of Mr. George Donegan. FREE VOTE COUPON I e
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M. Tiller, the hustling real estate ....

and Rental Agent purchased some days V, .
ago the Lone Star Chicken ranch from I

Jack Johnson, and has since traded that This Coupon entitles M 1.: /: .d : 1:
property to J. N, Smith for his half I to twenty-five,: votes (25)) in the POPULAR VOTING I 7: yQ,& '
block known as the Green Woodall ---r
place !in North Kiasimmee, CONTEST now being held/by/ the KISSIMMEE VALl..EGA- .. -
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.iMr. M. C. Brock, who owns fifteen (I se r
dares Pinedalr is having two.inch -)
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well driven on a five-acre tract, which VALLEY t1ra

he expects to set out in peaches and '1 -, - -- -- -- -___ .

oranges this fall. Mr. Brock's land is This Coupon; t Good Afer, ,
in the .artesian area, and he expects to I. Thursday, An?. 4th,1910

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ST. CLOUDLA.. ITEMS OF INTEREST CLIPI'tD in, lit with ti.!. TII Id-1 I ulfnn-l<, : has .4. ; :

--. .....Kim.._- eVI( II.liaii. an op.-ratio' iw, Ins 4 .>.is uiid,, Bet: .
1 fROM THE ST. CLQBD 1 TRIBUNE will return nen- as. soon a.s he |Ih aljlc.He. ,
: . FULL LINE 'I wishes to be rentombered, to all his i ioM To jfam a ]1I\\ace on our regular list a formula, must not only pro-. '
t. / ; ..... GENERAL, HARDWARE ; -, ', <- comrades. J. lure. results, bin-results with 'a. I'KOKIT.\ The user o( fertilierconsiders I'
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; ; . r . ) Mrs Goo N. SavnHciers 'IK\im", \ the "ton nil pocketbook- UEAL+Nglt. "
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.e..d Vernl..he.. linerwnr LrovY.. visited : ; V- < lUKAI/.FEKTUel/EB': [ :: the , works
.. r ,.. 7.elsN.aGIna.Paratur.r I Pl1lat..QII. me relatives-in.iSXj'CI" ; Nd the f' Vl 'frequently ?" tj' right effect f or It
V ...,. lcetitV Fa rIlHhl..I&... .Ho;. ;t ai';,i'I. : ""' "" <<' sl'' :s are) aaked, Lllereany'houses ; >.with NatureA-.Th preference'el*,each > : t
".1 i, f>>.1, t, t, t.1I\\t, _Dr, .mlDh.. : FMlltlea Iif. " past. weekxlxrr. ;}} \\ + 'fi. ; oii- tlioh'tffcre tracts. and 1'i ;cliws orfr'eA'i..talionftA'/ ...
."" ? end Ledlea' Hone.GRAIN .- .' t. tti , ''P'P. : '* ',source of plant food ic4t fuly) MUlUc.d as well. I! as the proper-'pro-
are lot! 1 being'occupied? -Inrelv -
portion, to give perfect hakmoe ,
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f ; Dr. 'e1..1.: Hicks, a 1 prominent physirai. to this enquiry we will\ say that th.' I With ,
ti i FEED AND FERTILIZERSGrocery : ,. u.; h.IIJ.n\ , \iMtftl r ( :Jt (Cloud 1 liisjlu'r was hauled for the first, houmi rti,, and proper in- .npplioatinirsorf. proper) fund, \fj'tatio' !. outgrow
faH<-< frlto' a gnat i-xti-nt" and Ixinjftrnnif,, ird i ,
'. la-i .-'ULdholtZ.': \ i :rt.Jivcaritract" bv. II. J I'. Mlazi.r.or Mfrimmi.
.' |prolur<-s fruit that M |>l-a-INK to tin- i-\f and palati- aid! blinds ,
the'ndla! of August !'.IIM.)! .Mr: ,
: .om'-t. I Hoti-1! \ ( nli".t,1 l ri'liinn/ ,b- to the I
Lo' at,'d :N.. Y. AVI'I d..o" t> 1 < lout\ ( itsing grower.
.. ; on :.M: of K"'lmllll'I' I'.lazi.-r \vlio; 11 DOM the hookkeeperfor | / ,
ai.ij 1 family !II" .
; not lotMthe maximum prom due 1 1.\ balanced 1
Hardwaie :Store IJ,'nn. AVI-, rear lituI.1 : I.r C'oiitra > orl'. F. Bass has tlulioi...- | you U..II1g- |p (nly) .
.ere! welcome visitors I in the colony plant fx>d l from uii|>ropi>r sourcus. IDEAL .Mt.nilj. for l'I (Of'IT. I
,,,onto for H LLf W & .IOH"'O'. '' cit\ last :.Sunday.; Mr. Katz, being one or of bemffXthf first man to bull.! a .
4 I . BUR" PRICES I ARE LOWEST Karra Pump Kn"tCASH "". of KTMSimmec'H" leUdiDK incrrhants, is house on a flv \acre trac. Tlwnarc. Call on our local! a;?<.-ntWATERS '
.V\ i I now: a good manyNjf them and the .net- ;
------ beginning to look our. for, perhaps J
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F-craNJ"I': :TRE expandmtr.r| would welcome, hum.SVora !i tiers daily bring irtjit and vcgftablosI : &:. CAJtSOX (iROCKRY; CO.() : I
I town and they are HI of good, tjuality j i or addrjVss)1 I

!6'J' f O" INSTALLMENTS! will shortly !br cornmcnccd ona I I .and size. Some of our under aitttlera Itivauon.i have'.already I Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer
twenty acres Co rnidvric.JSI <
t a r n<-w officu for the SfiniiioUi Land and ? :,;
Inv.-stm.'nt Company. I Ib will be sit-u- _
...., Av. between 10th ,Peas it-d clos to the depot. I It is also One of the most cnjoyaljlc\sofial
"'" 1u ..0"'" the garage and stableto gatherings. of the season was give by
I a lot ir I Ih,- vicinity of the power the ladies of the Woman's Relief' Coat -
hou 4>. \vt. understand. that the building the gospel] tent last Friday evening. -
occupied by the company's survey in which hundreds of St. Cloud's citi-
PLUMBING AND STEAM fiTTING headquarters dill, shortly be olfered for zens were in attendance all of which I; '
sale subject -lu Immediate removal was most complimentary to the! work j i NN ] : BASS
er. <. ---V from its present location. of the ladies who compose this- 'organi1 '
1 zation. The purpose ftii'' which thIs
J L. B. CRISSMAN Noted! among the rrcunt arrivals at social was given was for the raising of ,
YI V, r E WITH -x3 the colony!< : this week" are Comrade funds: to move and furnish the building 1 i I CONRACTOR and BUILDER .
; Charles M. Young and hU estimable formerly used aa a school house, but j
+, .. Usccola 1nrd cure (-.o. wife of) Middletown, J Pa. Comrade which has recently been presented by-i :
Young i I... a mi-tnlx-r if Co. 15., N. Y. Senator Lynn for a G. A. I R. hall. The I I
'c Years Experience In Large Northern Cities. Cav._, and'mn..c' u, :St. Cloud lo make location, of this 'hall will 1 be on the cornet j, Does General! GG!, acting and Building and Furnish'es Estimates ;
Forty, Workmen Employed,. this his futu. homeHi- expats: to of lllh street and Massachusetts liven 1.' or) Structures of an size or Dimensions whether i
Only First-class build, at onci on \im\ ,. live-acre tract, and .-. hear the po3toffice and opposite | ., it be a Tv/o-RoamCottage or a Tourist Hotel.! !
1t ,ffV / Windmill and Pump Material will hfRin rjjaratioi, lu luxon ....m"," (,! Tt-I.t. V I i
Hand. imm.aur: >. ioniradiami 1 Mrs. Young I Makes Specialty of j.
88 are-pt-riroUy delighted will iiieir >urrhaat -
cAf HONE i
The lot offered Senator
by Lynn to j jth
which he has met
1 With the greatest
) here and" win cv r SIIIK praf i-.n of LnrliVa Loral Irtlprrnemtrt success ..
this ""l.on. elation in fenced under As.'I'I of any m'an itf lorida.
being in .
Very Low Round Trip Rate? I .rection of L. W. Malsby, our local
On.* of the most popular 1 tarming I tractor. This will make a great im- Give him your work and it Kusimmee
sections oC.1 our colony, surrounding. I I proveraent in the looks of the square will be well and quickly done.THE PI a.
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'II 'Lake-'Gentry, is in urgent need of a
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: Coast Line goad' teacher goes tar to, satisfy and ,The Coast Line railroad has
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Atlantic a system of beautifying
fr encourage residents, and more (-''pecI .... ..11r
: '. iallv from and the vicinities of. their depots and .we '
I villager those wher who schools come are towns numerous. are confident that if the proper request I +::+++++++++++++++ ++++++++++++++ +++++ tt ++++++

M f I FR :CD IS/I KIS.I SIMMEE I Our c-olony II /Lake Gentry is growing 'Is made to the right parti s, trees and ,

t $40.6S-MILWAUKEE. WIS. and Retur July 28th to 31st. Limit fasts and within the past two w"ekrfOurrnc" plants will be forthcoming. bas to embellish I t CASH ti
IS.05NEW the It been suggestedthat STOREFirst
a' ''r 'I IQ. Extension Sept. 3rd.. houses have l been/ built. There I nesquare.
t: t Aug. a fountain be placed in the centerof
YORK, N. y", and Retu'1" All rail. Sold< daily. Limit {, !' ntniolars anxiously listening .
r P'&t $. Slit.Y'e for. the Hourfii of a school bell, and it the square. We would suggest that i
s -P.JllLADELPHIA Ott. PA., and Return. : All Rail. Sold daily. I behooves t Fe wide-awake school board instead of a fountain, a band stand Door North of Postoff ice t
be this site.
$ should erected Our
i Limit' Oct. 31st. i of our hurtling county to look after: on :t: . '-
' $ .. ,, band under tha direction of ComradeJ. **%%%e.* "
[E22.00-MONTEAGLE, TENN.. and Return. July 29. 30. August 12. 1 I their interests now_ 1. Cummings! is making giant strides t There will find I
r x.l u 1.imiLS 6th in effi iency and the boys deserve to be you SHOES: HATS,
> -r TT 86-B1LACK MOUNTAIN N. C.. and Return. July 20, 28, Aug. ;, We ar' (fin receipt of a, letter from"'riend encouraged. It would be far better to + I f

r.. V- J 3, j5, 9, 13, 20, 25. Limit Sept. ocn.IS I our Kngle.old Col.; Engle and correspondent has. Col. give them a good stand and we feel t DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS, all of best
Return. Aug. 4, 5. .6. 7. Limit AUK17th. / recently purchased certain that some of our enterprising
V $ 10-CHICAGO, ILL. and I t New York a stock of willows
I' 6th. ; citiiens would assist either financially, t quality and lowest prices. i
; tRi ?i Extension and of firman rattan, that he' intends or. with labor, in the erection of a ,,
TRAINS THROUGH PULLMANS DINING CARS I to brin own to St. Cloud for the man- + +
fp STOPOVERS ALLOWED FAST' I' stand that will be a credit to our town
: ufaqturi t>f baskets, etc. The ColonePOrdered
; f( 'i For reservation or information call on nearest Atlantic I has ale some German rattanfrom Call Before Buying Elsewhere-
; V Coaat Line Ticket Agent or I on the Rhine, Germany I desk blotters for sale at this t ll
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F tidings pflhe ;w For County --Supervisor pjf..Registration } [ .r
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Member Board of County .Commissioners. :

I The GrOsione Auto GarageAGENCY tyJommissionersKlaslmrnee -., Of he( Churches and f raterital,Soci. p.BntIe

District'No.1'; E. L. L,i3l('y, eties of Kissimmee. .*
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t, --- FOR-. Fla., July 4. 1910. f(. 8; J:..na8.: BARBER= \' :

4 'the Board at County Commissioners' 4I "" 4. O. F.,Ba .. '.- .....j I .1: ': "-. tHURCHES.} : t SHOP ,

u In and for tsceol) county met in legu. .f( .".,,5, W S. Pearce. ,. i .,,. (, -. .. : (

EVER \GAS AND Tar session on the above date, there,bengprtsent.E. For Member of Board of Public }n- ' r fold jbrlnte k Clears; -
\ BAPTIST;. ; ,
... T ,- <, L.:.Lesley, chalrman! E.U Btruction. - -' J I / : '
BunyVnStephens pptor. *
HUDSON STEAM CARS '" D., Ojerstreet, J., S. Stratton fcndr. District o1; W. C. BaB ., S'45, (Kissimmee Ffa ''i i"lr : 'Ii"l
Sunday School a. m.-N. 0.Bryan, \\It .
WHITEn r..H.-; Walker, Commission* and Ar.tbur' X T1' ". 2,. E..E. JroWJ'1.. ',. ,
., .. superintendent, -\.. ))0.
Donegal er.t
E. auditor.
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o thi'laetmsetinewere Preaching m 7.45 p. '-.- ------- \
The minute i We further eertlf that the followrngl
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,t'' Sappies.Rep] > s, nd'Accesrsorics read and approve<1. pvlng'r elv'ed the major- Prayer meeting 7.45Thursd evening. .. i.f
. .<& -- .. .. B Y. 6. U. 7,45 Friday evenhl 'HENRY'T. BASS {
'.. The following biUsN ere Ity of]' the votes /cut In the primary Visitors! always welcome.PRESBYTERIAN.. .

AMPLE GARAGE' and warrants oixjercd drawn: election hcjd onyuie 7th t3ayoi'4Jule, -. /I:

ROOM PHONE 164- K4DOveritrettcoal<< and. ml). tn* '10 *> I'I A, D. 1910,. wito declared"''to. be the .. -.;. '. ', UEALER.tN .
If( LI""IOOII\1hI..I" _r' d.7. \_. aka
jiomine" of Wie Democratic of .
J 8U,at ton. com nod mllcBK W a1' .*?"-U 00'J party .Staple and .Fancy Groceries.(
II WaJk"r, ? I d.,.. .'JO-4I0 Osceola Co/nty, duly aBsembled at S $. Snyder, pastor.Sunday.School s .

--;;:-. K.K J s5H/,','am awl infixes, 1 diy la 00 I KIBsimme on the 13th day of June 9.4Ua.! m.-Geo. f.. '.
A'lhur' '&r> ;Rin A. 'D. 19>0. for the office named' as fol. superintendent. :J AND COUN.TRY pnOBOCE"KISSIMMEE
4 20 M I .. a
P A Van Agnew! 1"11.1 l Mrrvlo "
. . |6wa: Christian Endeavor 6.30 p. m. .1 : .
4 a K 1) Vriffoni janitor "' tli b.
The RULL BASS MARKETarden C .FYr.vatt c&r. .II_ ... .,. .,. '12re:. I M ,her of the Hous 'of Hepreserta r,ffeactingevery:\ [ second and fourth .

U i V KribU. cqugiy judg .. 'a to tiv/8 Florida Legislature, C. S.' Acree.In ,Sunday at 11 << m. and 730p. m. ( FLORIDA, ,

.B C MIII..r, i..i. tie tre.Mirer M> 10 / witness whereof the Chairman and, Prayer meeting and choir practice'
Bui ldin One Block from Depot? 1 /' Tinon, upt poor farm cure p.upttr.J W) belore the PHONE-1T6 \ r
the Secretary of the Democratic County Thursdays second and fourth
Kl Ire>boiui ,Cu.. rent phon 2 40 - r
W J "Hears, premium insurance .WJ\ IO Executive Committee of Osceola Sunday at 7:00: p. m. 4i

... .Fresh Florida of nil kinds. .1 M'I1I1"u..Jr" 'JIW' non I county have hereunto? signed their _.Visitors most"cordially Invited to all F. H. JENKINS >- ',

MEATS 11 Bullock W W> office, this 20th of cervices; .
and Western .:I- .;1- .. names as such day .
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June, U91-0!) at'Kissimmve: Fla. / .,
M TIU.T, :.II/:*! 60," ,
I .. POULTRY. EGGS. FRESH FISH t T/. Bendy coin oil collclll'lli 70 0rKl > T. JA. Murphy, Chairman Democratic CHRISTIAN. ' : '7'

,II I I.. Else Plmit. lights Jall] 2Inns 1* nb Executive Committee for Osceola Co, A. M. Chisholm, pastor. Surveying and/ j' t '' '

I Special &llei\lion\ to Phone Orders and Free 1, R 1 hullry.. ,tak deI'u, May Taylur. .. ''froo OF. W. Hill; Secretary of said Com Preuching'first, second and third Sun- ,. .
U F .r1<(lr. Mfigt 12 O'Honthrrn > .
189nRAYSTdNE .. I mittee. daysof each month at 11 a.m. and 7.45 .. = .
Delivery to any part of the City. Phone "' KxprtB Co.. express' ::gds m. ' Drafting ; "

A C BuKUf. wltln "b torv proit any 2 (HI' I' The following extra pay roll, Tom IP.' J ." ..,
.'" " 1011' Bible School 9.45a. m. -A. W: Winn
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,--- -- holder l I Ivey foreman,was approved; .
" 1 Davidson
II tt+++}tt++t++tt+++t++ John ll.rbir .. ".- I HKiKN > I Itut'1.7humle. 11t115I '; I.superintendent OFFICE! IN FRATERNITY: HALL 1'
: I l"WISh to tell those that are alley'aIelte. printing, t'.4(1' I h H llvutnlKlit 240
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that 1 AOdri -tokcH 14 TiftIki I Christian Endeavor every Sunday
contemplating building < I V Prcvmt, roll top d..-kk W WilloliKT 'KISSIMMEE. FJA"FLORIDA t.
: have found and procured the bestBandfn II...-. wltlif lif, .,r<- I'lVl' tty 1 fit I
*** i :;::1 the U. S. for making M K.tllllW., l'HU|>,T :. InI I Trunk blmlnro.i 5' .0 Prayer meeting and choir practice every _
.blocks. Cull; and see the sand and curve;; !lnrtit'JnhiiMJii, I. <1UK ";5.1
+ I eu'ts Thursday at 7.45 m.
.manufactured product. MtTv,nC NUbjMjfnu*, .!'f'. I 1.10"1' : I. HdutiifiilitMI '1' 06', p. ', REAL[ [ESTATE [FOR SALE .
__ 0rtll All THE KM- i Never think of building a nice -. fe1.d |...Ixuner.'r II" **' \ ulbUliH' t0 -
houne \\ ill' WljW. -t VIiiim ...
stone :
house of wood when b'
2.50 to 3.50/ day. + III llullix-li.rlnre JUMtK't 'o..rt! 171." ; I METHODIST. situa'tedin
per Beautiful winter home sites I
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10 20 cent more )Hit-* < ;
costs only to per a'< r41I
li IIt.r..r.1 l A l0. rword bouk >
Special by week or month. } and is fire-proof, waterproor and K Parker ...1.-|.'" i 142' I I rot II... 1 lf l 0.0 Jas. T. Mitchell, pastor. the. Lake Region o; Florida. 1 i*,

H. W. THUItMIN, ".p. R. 0. POIHEH. Mpg vermin-proof, and a hou e for a H life tine lei\ Win 1 St.-pin-in .1 1 'I'Uliurijle %
\\ gr t i.rnC" TinNe.oUt ).iou>"- I. ( | small tracts.
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GuaranteeFlrsl- :
t All Wirt nil Material .I.I00"I \ aler' ) -tf' Sunday School 9.45 a. m.-J. M. Lee,
'J Om lv,,y I 17 IK() t ts'i
s .Male l Bniik, irMifiit uncliiy .31101'' I II II superintendent. """ CITY PROPERTY A SPECIALTYList

I I Granitoid Works. I P IIROII... i an two I'Bupfri' ( -'< '("0i. The following report from" the com-
*.***********.****.********* Kissimmes, .i. W Athlon. 1"ln lv.r pay roll '21" o.!, I mittee appointed to look into the shortening Prayer meeting every 1 'Thursday' your property with- me far: quick : ;

ATLANTA JOURNAL JjSAVAKNAIJ .1 '(. 'I c>>nmllfr, L">i-i> Ro'g "HI' .-<-r -0' .<' of the road between St. Cloud night. tales., .. . I .' I-
I -1'IJO Kissimmee received and filed. Choir ,
- KAIII 1 and was practice every Saturday, night:
: I MORNING NEWS J ": \<.', toad ly roll M'1I( I Ia.0 Il This report was accompanied by dla- H. M. BREAKER .t

. 1 Hi 00 blue and eBtimutei, of
TRIBUNE J -l 1 ? 1.4k rrelg)lit >" .y' yrurns and prints
Osceola County W ft /C o.b.Co. I I"-d 1 iiinlv- (114( H engineers."KiKHinimee. EPISCOPAL. ,
i. TIMES UNION .JSATL'KUAY W E I 1'.'t. road "orl< 6 7< Fla., July C, '10. -
(I1 M' To lion. CommiBsioners of Kev. David D. Kidd, rectqr. it
J.1 liitm" 'loul V Tree the County
Abstract CompanyO LtrKlw7**. (')Pre;. 1 lion ( ti, ruiN 4" I" OHceola County: !Services every second and fourth Sun- W.. C. BASS

: VALLEY GAZETTE : .1 11 \\illinniH.. . luud .ut<|"ll<> ; "" (dVntleman The underBigned a com day at 11:00: a.m.'Communion '
.. -0(0' ".I." 441141 I I mittee appointed by Honorable .1
1 i.fl\<-r trt..l.t tax BK.e or. < your '
Deliven-il : ,
: Others Coming. Papers :: 2nd Sunday at morning
I I HIIIHOII, ",' (lou'llni( : nmll, '"O (KJK body to: 'Wholesale and Retni! .
: SUBSCRIPTIONS TAKEN | I I Ck miilin. loxllur. IIIHII l 'l'.r (a) '. Krrst Select the most suitable route services.' .1I i

: P. GARRETT Manager. 111 MftkuiKou *'*i. r<* j llHrvi-y. rued p.,rk '0'(1' i St. Cloud, and points below. in this

i City Fruit Store i: "'ft''lc Hunk >;i.>liiiiii, e. hit errt 1..08 |I coanty. 1
",...creditu xl l:!"'" t-' -7I SecondEstimate -the cost of. the II FRATERNAL SOCIETIES. .a.nd"Mutton .
Fresh Beef
: road to the limits.
>n CIA t l 14 an lerrnn N/mti Work 'W up crty <

..*.#.**.***.***.********* l Iteal estateTitlet examined' and reported on Stale' thank w'' ,. .- 14' .' "J 4(1 Third )Ehtirpate the cost of the road MASONIC : 1
inside th t'i" v limits.
. I Ta.ret paid for non.r.l pul"InslrUmf'nl. The followiiiK pHV rpIl of Toad hands. Fourth'Comrnunieate with property Orange Blossom Lodge No. 80, F. & "
.. l 1 to real estuLecarefully I '
.. drawnCorrespDndencci ri'.lftinf was examined und approved: :; .. owners-regarding right of w.ay. A. ,t. meets first and third Monday -
fll.BLLLOCK 40141H Fifth Estimate c< I "Pow y \-ouid, .
; it \\ AHhTonl ivrhts fn each month at 7.30 o'clock in
Solicited.Bargains 'J' l0 gave by changing route ol road.
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- A I\u.n ', (JI' Sixth Confer with City Council and I Fralernity'Hall. PHONE 4-1. 'r

II Uriel.Ji ,a.:,.511 obtain a proposition from that holly, regarding I, .1. M. Hamse)], W. M.-., \ "too rontinuing the road into tee W. M.
-n x11< I Carson, secretary.
REAL ESTATE 1. '.'iz '"'vrli,* 1)t. city proper. ; '

....................... )r.l Key :I ,,' The committee begs leave to report' C. W. Griffin '
\\ liArnol'lKr. 8.I'( as : I KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
I-NSU1 A N C E . fiod after invl"Ogationhat the
..1 l Y.lS LI : No. 10 meets t
muel Friendship Lodge every
., ;fxa ible route to build the marl 1
\ .luhiitilon .. 21 .
A road now in course of construction I j Wednesday night at 7-M> o'dock.ln Fraternity 'ANCY .IPA
In all kindsof ReaJ Estate. K Alkin.K 2' ;\ "
f .. !rUin bl. Cluud Lo Kissimmee J&-, to run Hall. F Groseries. .
; : I'reMou : ? ,,
Examination of Titles a Fire and Life Insurance andArmour's ; 5
; U Ash Ion, ,.,r4''a; 4t I f gy "vl' it parallel wHh the, Sugar Belt Railway' Bryan cbancellorcommander... AMILY\\ .
FerlUi ers RentIng -* the north aitieMoa on Ingr 11.1s1Ilnd. .' ?
on { I
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M j"I'U'I.' | /fjr Meek and .eal. I
} : Specialty. { and Collecting -Rents 'aSpeoialty. S Wurrcn'iJohn tit .' 1'i72l ,, where llitN( ity Iri'nltll cease,' the ., a." ket'p..rofrecord.' '' I .,)J\j"J\ : -ANCFRESH >>-J, 111
I 'M iw e ;
II I Taxes!: paid for l ;Now''Jllo i cross the railroad anU run on thetenouth. ';;':\\f .miP.'l\'Jr'ti' !! p,1tf SvA+*YAaar'xd ,1p \ { '- >I
I '' |i side of the trestle to.Tt hopekl&liga avenue 'MEATSDeFivery -
n-residents., 4 . 901'llI( "
If. 1 p A.creapondence Soicjfed.t] H fSln.nlllnlU bs"' umber A 2 M1 thence south on' tat avenue tp! I PYTIIIAN SISTERS

f. .. : B.''rt Yuti, *' A r.5 Dakin avenue, thence' up Htakin avenueto I KisMrnmee Temple, No. 21, meets _ \I , "
i Broadway '
R. O. MEEK I . .!. The coat (.building the road; from every Thursday afternoon at 3 o clock,

W. S. HARWE-lL I Paid warrantK wtr ordered H.urPatr
; I Every Day at Any
Kissimmee Fla. I rom the various funds m the following iKVfiM: I I time meeting will be! held at 7:30.: .

REAL ESTATENotary amounts Tu fill in the roadway on the. flats o(H I Peanie'E. BrYan M. E. C., .nag! Salirlted .:
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lake will <
Tohopekalixa tort li,800, r;II .
, I '.1.KIM..I Mabel R. OverstreH-M. of R. & C.
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Public at Large Ki.vmn. ''''I1' :-'I i which will leave! an open passage for water North Kissimmee Phone N.. S

Office: over i10beor oo's 1'harmacjKISS1MMEK. I hum- will cost 700, making a total cost to Meeting nights second .tmd: fourth
:: : :. FLA. t M. TILLER fr Tax collector also filed his report I the eity to cemplete its part of'the road Tuesdayssat 7.30 p. m. v .
1' showing the following amounts to be limits oft island .
from to '
lhe Ingram's
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H. Ti Stanford C. C. .
5 ccllveted in the various funds: Toliopekaliga avenue 1$3,600.!<::I 'at
4 Real Estate Agency. > He1'..n11e. I Ilia"Hi Your committee is informed that Mr. W. B. Johnson Clerk. Artesian Wells

.. .. :. liixil. (". 73 A, E. Drought has signified hm willingness .\ )
Kiwfi 'iS 'I. 1
: donate to the of
.. to county a right :
.., fr I'I.I 7:1n: through his and that a'' Gen. 0 0. Howard Post G. A. R. RILLED ANY DEPTH '
4. Realty bought and s.ld. M D No I I.7 way property r, r rl.cMe
W. I... WINNPHYSICIAN : :::: rented. K f4DNne .'<"IMSl letter is on file i id your 011 ice from Mr. .
- ,; I. Houses fr IS > Nu .. N \\t4. I L. E. Barbeau to the same .freet-the Meets the first and third Wednesday ;
BUKIjKONPHONB Taxes paid and Titles verified showed tile ,following Y'n
AM Jt Treasurer's report only two person's who own aoy amountof in each month at 2 p. m. 4

\\1, KI8H11III for 'non-residents. balances on hand, for which he-! land over which the road will run Fraternity Hall. Visiting Comrades 54
;;:.1r.IMca CJI PHVNS f'. S3.. FLO E" D" I.i Fire.. Life and Accident In- .f.. filed a certificate of deposit from the To build the road from Fish lake toShakerag cordially invited. I Guarantee Satisfaction.
l school house will cost $5,000, "'
t -.,."..-- -- - surance. bank: while to build the road from Fish lake O DERBYSHIRE, U. E. T.ARBOX, C
l' << Indemnity KeTunua .. .... .. . Kir! H7 the limits island Commander.
Bonds.Jt to city on Ingram's Adjutant
.Fins mid Korleitur 7U 14 H. N. 13RATTON r
-W. CARSON, D. D. .-..xr/'Qr'f'if Hfhixil fund 27-M 4\: will cost $3.394-a saving to the county -- --- j jtTHE
Convict U...*. fund Hii M if the latter route is adopted of 1606. :

CENTAL PARLORSHIVERS as Road Nu.1 I fund 2.,4.64 147 I A sub-committee from this committee' Preaching at St Cloud

i BUILDING 0RDxo..1 .. . 1451 i appeared before the City Council and at 9.30 '
OVER OSCEOLA K K L) Mo. 4 ::1417T.I stated the request of your honorable Sunday school every Sunday -
PHARMACY'U (board, and thai body appointed a com- a. m.- Church service at 10.30 a. m. and '

I .p' flIC_ HOURS j ,.8' T w. L U: m DUZOR t K.4I Oft 1 mittee to investigate the matter, but at 7.80 p. m., also on the third Sundayof ; TWICEAWEEKTIMESUNIQIX' :
communication from I
t The following what action that committee halt taken each month at 3 p. m. Christian Endeavor : .- "Si
T. M. Murphy: Chairman of the Demo- I your committee is unable to say. '
1 For the figures as to the cost of fillIng every Sunday at 6.30 p. m. 'f'i
Committee of Osceola ,
I cratic Executive ,"
T. Jft. RIVERS M; D. I i in, making a road and placing asteel tom" '---i .
County: ,
feet in
.. I bridge fifty length over Notice i TIM Tlmeo-Unlon will _4.J ...7t'1.FOU.r'l.b .\ "'" '..
SURGEONOffice Kissimmee, Fla. June 20, '10. Lake T ihopekaliga, we are indebted to ,
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PHYSICIAN i '( BMU) dM Tuod r n 1',. .,
Real Estate To the Hon. Chairman and Members of Mr. V. M. Murphy civil and constructing >> Notice is hereby given that the reg- i: IMUM ot hp i iaUT, oIW" dA

!) over CJuceol PharmacyIlo of the Board of County Commit engineer and we, take this means istration books will be open at my placeof I all ffgattf,f. tnr..:|._ if 1 .
1 of conveying to Him thanks .
our sincere ,
4 l I: idenre 53;: business tromi) > a. m.'to '12 "ffi.. and est mMka4: repoet. "ad "
P HO S" 1:4tumce" : I4 sionersj; e as he gave his services free; to your .s----- de'YOle4eJrrle 0

f .' Gentlemen -As Chairman and Secre- committee, and without whom we would) from 2 p. m. to 5) p. m.. daily, from I l apeda1 bottlculturc. poultry ___ .r
-- have been unable to make an intelligentland August 1st until and including; October
of the, Osceola County Democratic f
FLORIDA tary comprehensive report; also to Mr. in the various election )
KISSLMMEE; 1 113th and -
F. G. Thomason Executive Committee, we hereby certify Ashton, road supervisor, who I ; pre.cincts OIVB FEAR:ONE DOLL..ALI. i
'Df. I from September 6th until October
. that the following candidates re- furnished the figures as to the. cost of ,. -|I, . 1 ,
building the road. 8th. Time and place will be de'lg- NMMlM....Nr i
/ and SURGEON reived the majority of Votes cast at the i, .
PHYSICIAN Allot which is respectfullyaubrnitted, nated by District Registration Officers.
primary election, held on the) 10th day I I II -------- -1
126 J. W. i C. W. I -
Office Phone 64 Residence of May, A. D. 1910, .and were declared S. Stratton.T. GRIFFIN.Oct.
asITN : M. : K. Supervisor, of Registration..
to be the nominees of the Democratic Murphy.S

party, of theCounty of Osceola by the J. Tripiett., ;Fleming
The' services of
VANS: AGNEW: the committee were Old be this office
-I A. I Democratic: Executive Committee of:' continued until such time as they could papers can bought

FUNERAL. DIRECTORand FaM-liarty, assembled Kisuimmee on : get Homo definite report as To tbeir acii at 20.cents per hundred. They are tt PRESSING .

-- = AT LAW...... .. the 16th day of May. A. D, 1910, for i lion from the City Council. i the very. thing you need to put under
| ATTORNEY t lion. C. A. Carson before '
the offices named as follows: appeared your matting. < r
|T. AND NOAARY PUBLIC , i the Board: and stated that inasmuch a, 'DYEING.4REPAIRING
LICENSED.EMBALMER. For County Judge, G. F. Kribbs (resigned the county treasurer was dividing thecounty's ---
KISS115iMEEF'LAg ; Old for sale at this office.
). deposit, in view of these tact papers t''A
t t.. ' For County Prosecuting Attorney, J. I he thought that the beneficiaries shouldshare k ,

W. SIMPSON L. Moon. I i the carrying the county's loans. J M. W1LJ.SON::: JR., .
The Board, realizing that it had noc6nI ..
ENTIST: For County Assessor of Taxes J. L. I I trol over the depositing of funds suggested NOTARY PUBLIC... l Leave word at my house and clotbal! ,'" ,
1II OppoelteCeurthouee: Overatreet. thatthe) bank interested make a will be called nor and returned,

11 !fn For County Collector of Taxes, C. L. I proposition to the Board as to the l STATE AT LARGE .
Upstar.TF1CBHOUBS stoat to
method in would handle theI Js'I
I m. 12 m. Bandy. which! they Heal Estate Agent. .

: }I 1. to 6:30p.: *. lYr1q m. KIBSIMMKB - FL.RIBA .For County Treasurer, B. C. Miller. I (Continued on page 2)) Satisfaction Guarantee ct'

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Proceedings&' of '- I: ._ L .. N,012'ICE_ ROLLINS .COLLEGE \\1

Moving N M t-HHrtry the Mn.ouiit' due for 'taxon, Uorti.rt i act oj>j>OriHe the tumie. 1oK<*thr with rout ofrfiifh FLORIDA' Ohl>KMT COLLEOB
the School Board nHl "t.tJv' ,; nf, will 1 l l he aold nt .MI b lie mic-lion on Moniln.r.Uic ttt day ol Hnpten.boix A
U. 1'MO In front f>f the Court Hou'o floor. ill KiMMhnmcc. in the I' "unty of
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'KUvimmee I !, Fla. July f, '10. c ;.. 'r (roll",. Araderny.Srhmd, of leak. School nf Fine Art, School of KprKhior: >. School of .r
Picturesevery 11e girlrln' of 14'1d, 4 Y ""NrllI '.:W DomrnoUr sod Inrlustrtetl Artn. /i1l nfnrHH Sctiortl CtniritrM for 1'cnrhrrr
The! Board of Public instruction met :; .'." FACULTY ,
in regular tension, there being present I 2 X; i 0.t ; Ki.mpr Twenty pnift-a era and Instructor. prepared HI the fo..m"' I 'lmvrrwnre uf "lmenra, and .

W. C. Chairman 10;. E. Brown LOCATIONOn
'Ia \Or... I 26e ::4," In h.ulmnka' W" S I '0 Alluntie, 'usat t I lane and ;>o"1.01.,1 Aulene.8' niilm, north I ..f Turn' .. on I h.i famous, Flor* C
p and J. B. Tumblin; .also W. J. Sears, night ..1y' of s"? I. i rw ))1.' 40 "..v.II 1/ I nld ,Ida "","hb' in '.n.f the moot '...autr"I..d healthful, towns of the "north no mal.*....
; 14of ,w' of 111' 'I. I I't 2"" 3-1" to Onvrn t. D LI:11s 1 BUILDINGSTi
Snperin, tendent. at the' I, nl 1111 t" t and ,w I, "r IIw "'q elli. .wIn comintKliuua, anti attractive buildinux, Srience flail< < now in proctor. of (
Minutes of last regular ""M lon were I of.e'; and..la0" ." 14) iI: f.': 2b Pa'; S.VICe: W :H: I't' 1-:; erection a ....mpu..f Zf acre.. doping to Lake Virvini. which, IH ronnftftmi by navigable canals .
t of it I4 tie 10 oat W II I .Ila .
I "a uw air with three other I I..k.ji, .separate outttide roof foreuch.tudrnlh t-lertric lights tire pre read and approved.B. ty or hW "I. 1.\ /1. 11. WI, Jahu.o I. '' .1 "0.lI 1 1I l ctiin; quarter of a million dollar endowment. ,
\\ ', ..1..1.) ) .. N otr'I'711( s..I..wll. ATHLETICS 1'Font '
: C. Miller County Treasurer, y- I ELECTRIC !I .l.......... a aide of/ 'Irl I 11:10.: : '" I I' MI Glellaud. VS to SA ball liane hall basket "hall melt '''nn'". IwrntuiK.'nvrl l wymnaticn.' Golf n
ported aa follows: wJ' ec'a or ew' II 041. tie 11 Ileea. !>II'. 10"10..11 raw. linkM and KVrnnaHium an One an any in the ;t'"ulh.Thorm.hl1 ;
u. of'a oC U" t4. rune s If,', in and control.
II"I for Christian but undrnommational spirit
To the Honorable Board of Public Ir>- 'i..w 1 III yd.. 11 'I';., yin. a III yd. Y :a,):;.. 1.. I" Arnud, ) W T : o.Ne' .y
_ ''. or ne''. . 27 ,r... .130 ICI I hnm".. .' S 5 2/ 2'- >m -Jre. William H Htac......... Ph. tI. L ... President
tructi In and for Onceola County.
n I'Jl.,1) "I' of ow't' lees" beg ew cor ruoNul86
/' 1 herewith tender my report Treasurer THEATER ydaea. ) )'..h. s l 1111 ydsw Zan" yh 2'\ ,;.. le: I: 1.lbo"{ Paul 2I''fir .
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; 'Lot..ud' l Of lIemy Add'mniN nub =-=-- -- = == =
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'o of Osceola County for the month U.vinura 01 or uuft no'of or "w'a.n \.. roon" a 1 It7: .H; )"Nt) 3', 1'g 0101.1, ,' 'Victory 11vReg ..................... .. ..... .. .... ..... ................... tea.
of June A. D. 1910.O&.A1. ,110.. a 1",1." 1'7 yd.. 11 I" yde ... .L.. Lte A: Vark..r ,I.ek bt, ; dP
4eI ', /' It) 'tlhvau' II. Jr I ul WHAT IT MEANS !
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report > PROGRAM fyl.ot : III :I.o. :3'). .!. 'ull'ao)), W II Jr .1 4I a ftUttT 4n'ep'e, d. "'" snot n Bunk I'aitiuil' I I i-t fur. or I ha' If.r.n" he* i
To amt rood from Compt, Fob rncpb l (Tonight) I rNlOln"'t' Tf ye'i IJ 2:!.'.. Ue." Porker. Jerk 10'1I T >vnrn, i M hank:; of ; ;'l'"k i no;< M|>:itnltrjil' Olio with :it :Inr i' roylta... aa
I e U, llrraxl tx '11\.11 u/; f IVi.'llTo N pent' Irene Ieml.ewnod 1,1 A J
r Barber, Jr : .... lI.tlulI., .II\ I IxtU I A HANK JI .. I A'qAI, ; AND rtfTKHM'H' *
a .m't reed from W J. Nears. tuvnem FRIDAY JULY 29th I ., r.e ,.... ...., -.
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1' Sel I ai. I'' I. 11 I t'K .' tilt thl' ,tfl'''t",l :I- ll'' d-',.o.rtnr' from 1 Ii*- ihfrcfftrn tho tar.t.r i. t la the a
9XamlaHtloiM 1000 ow!. '" : 11"1 ",! on tq or 1 i g-?atar prulwrlln't hp 1\\p.-goo D. a fllti' honk hto a sur
To.m't rwe'fi from Tm Collinor.By tarns 'II 7opnlh' ', II loa :e'e 'III S'II.] He"r' :114f a
.. .. 1. Reception of U. S. Fleet in 1"r f : .... 4 I.. 2.a ae 'U .lepfnn'e, { I M 1 at t I Cnllal: ,r I "On' '" S
bc0uiq ._ :>ln- fund l o! l.'' O'
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t 1119:70ro1 I .. I. of Jut 1, and" bog ,u1 ftK and *>tft I A ton'. of ,,11c--l 'im- J mr l I"t 141 a 20 "'ol no lot I I. riinH Hi>7l I
y per 2.- King Edward on Dreadnaught.; I ft II' I7J It v. ft, e I'ft t<> Mfg: .13 ,I.:.. 'etas I IV""oll'Ifr:d ', a ai I i Th.4" "..... Hint wiinut limn III I *, '.
Bornb' MvrI 'jot twit\ a , .. . -l\I: Lie :18'L' 'p"llJI"T..11. t.... I' .1 hi, '' . uThin protection in for VOI", x *
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t.caooLru. wurNO.y,1, :; ,. ,!. !1injlT.a.bles: t\ .I l/tt. A. bock 01 1 ni'R. 2oioty.mpISell ' *' ';.. ' ,J<.. ' .. .;.;.. :J., ,;(., 1- KISSIIVIIV .
livlB' <'l" DO;} tjf '-, 71lrom teal reporty; rpljJ LjI'.w'J'' = '1 16"itf BvV.Macbeth./;; .'"'Avai-i asf1'' His i "'. CItY/la. ._, radyfn; :"+: I' "r'tis'N' .I.J t; .Faruawarthtiw. ) ;' ."
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To am'1 read (rem Comp, rtdl lnwl to s0 40 tJ."I. l ""nymalx, jn \ : '
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'. ..'.' ..., ',. Ca0OLap.-DIST ,u..'a,./> 4. Merry'' Christmas'and 'a.HappV Lot" 8. block" [ 2 . ... ..ldHlo". . .,..,... .:X"1'...--....:..:. : .". '. ..:Luc . .,:: a t" i f its. A. 'AfC.nS I're.ldt. 1OIIN\-l'r..I.I..t M. I.EE!: ,N. .B. C"nsON<'a.hl.e ia
. !huller. "I'M Lydja 1 0 .
.. To bat from let n'I."rl. - -T"t \1\ I l. kta end 2 lilork L. -. .
} Amt reod from Com Fh rsAempt .10 New Year. P'ofes9ola'id, Lnt.t biot.k lA Onllo-n. 4leury 7 ,nI ..........................................................................
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To ami ..-.from Tax Col. txM II .. Thomas Cats <-. i 1'5' ft. v i"IT u n !lei (t.K ... -,--- ---,,------- --------,
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} 4- a14I.' .pe.nlaT.l "NO. IL I ITo ,1l .Miiv-nmki I r'> .uli dM of blot Us I I 3EIS. & Yc rter
PerformancePRICES b..gtnH at rt o'clock1O Ul.aud. I II, ._ tukuuvII I 1 II ) #
,*l.oee from Inttt r"HM>rl 1 :1910 Ties, n J UH I
AIMok II. \peen
To tun'I r".lv"ot( f ro n Tu" ''01.! ,saw.. 16 ti : 5 ''AND CENTSNIKIiS I 1.11"| .n'l) .hn..In ,ker'. ..,|".i vr.fIJ'oe'k $ 1> rM In $
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, 67 &: GIANNESKISe :' ,.,,1' t I.' Ii b'y lot i. .,hnemakur H r.ulj-dlv. ( 'I. f
By pall wt\rnntM KM per' Int, .11 II" Proprietors., , ol Muck i Ll,.. 177.
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1 I. d -. 1 I- 01' k h' Ott.orn O'Nf'l! f'nttntaw. ti ; ''II i
By balance.. 21 It I, Beg( FHP ror lot I I. Hook CO. tune n 7.1 rl. w GRAIN AND J We solicit part of your trade. f
B, MILLEK. UountT Treasurer. 1 Public Road Notice "- ff. i. ,.ltt. H :117. Jt Maltht.w."I HflHM. Zilla .'I
'.) ;i.->t block I I', Fiitrlck' Addition Watson, J N I 1, Country Produce
'. Paid warrants in.- the sum of *1.4'>' .7') Notice ia hereby given that It ta the intentionof FJnplntti'd l AnrtMBcif FEED OF S f

{ f -. were cancelled in open session the. Board of EtfuntT'omml\ rinf'r .t iu l 11 to( yla i' u( aw noruer of nw.!>4 ol' $ Hides and Furs $
tetlna August Ut \ to chance the +* '4 at ewlr, rum I' ydN. f G'14! I
m on I'.HD public

Bills were approved andwarrants ia- > ln.s rtH1 yrtu, w bp4y.I. ls 'llm !.1e. 1 UukunwuOraham. a1Tvl. ALL KINDS < Bought and Sold
road between Alg.r and Ft drum. In township - \.'of sw4A j IH l'Je: N I Jill A_ J IS I I It
aued ai follows: ,, "2. rang; .'''. aa followH Beginning'et; a of"!, of ni'H, of tiw'i /H Cwo "tale 10 Lathrup (i K 11 'If '
:. aupcrlutnudent f 7 II)) IU..naN1n. i Phone 61 -- KISSIMMEE \
W J8e ra, sal All point wher ttec.ntre of the prveedtnubllc .. IInteraect. ItK- cor of w/ornwi" -,
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P I 4 00 w uoft H&:ton, a"1
Li- W. C. Baal. M .B. the section line between nectioni Sand C. L BANDY K Abwaltr v -----'-------- wvy
1t E K Brawn is CO 10. and running thenc..outh to the _th..I Ta;KoliectorOiiciola l.'ouut/:
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corner of the aouthweak quarter of the northwa
rI( B O )JtlUer coin treasurer -11 WVaH t quarter of....,tlon l IS.1 thence eaat to the ,
.r Owette, prlullnB and ....tlCo) H uoCltlmeni ( "......nt public toad aid pjropoaed\{ new road to .-- -- --- -----. .

C Bank, loau mm '100\) M be forty feetVidA; twenty feat on each aide of .
W J'IIMta..CIOu..1 l and clerical' 7. 008tat ( aald described route \ -ftUNHYMEDE -MOTOR BOAT ; CO $

warraiid 4a 00
Bank of Kla Intentot on All parties and property holdvra l..te..taId are .
Cltlaeiu D'uk. lutoreat on warranu +Mo 00 hereby notified, if they have any objectiona. to $- Sole Agents for Osceola and Polk Counties $ .
'1 W t tigers, locldental. X moatbi IS PI) ..
Ale their proteeta with the Board on a before $ --of the- $
_ t R X E ..... gradlm oomniluloa. t O9Mlal ( that date.

r. Emma Rowell l .. 4 Ou In witnaaa whereof. have hereunto aflViM. my Celebrated Mullins Pressed i ii Bathingis

tt Mill PlraU Orvntreet 4 00'CltlMD.iBBuk Clerk of Mid lloaird i
. Steel and Row Boats
for deed 51X1. 00 tide 'JVth day of June. 1D10. Launches Fine !

(5)) W. J. SEARS W- C. BASS ARTHUR E. .DONEQAN.\ i 4 ii

T Superinhendent Chairman. [ Clerk.

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Old papers for sale at thi office.? i
I under Section IK. Ch.pter16 Lava of Get SUIT
1r I Florida : of taxee charged f. J,,,_. .. .f,, a and try It
Collector: m.tu
to the Tax Oaeeola Counnty.
Florida, to t. collected for the' current year i 'f
IPOU, and aoportionment of the aarae t<) .
the ....eraI funda for .Which Jexea have been 1


Revenue *' \ These boats are built by the W. H. Mullins Co., of Salem Ohio oftinctureproof

To aaaount aaaeued VIST 20 X' steel plate-air-chambers: like a life-boat --cannot sink

r Amount collected] 8 ?3'81 leak, warp dry; out waterlog or ciack.: Perfect rnodels and the greatS

Balance /1 143> 39 st bargains in the world. Launches. and row boats on hand for immpd-! C. WIDANN'S

General School Fund 'ate delivery.

Amount Collected 11\<; \ W
P. O. Addre8.'Narcoo see, Fla. RUNNYMEDE I \
Ralanee to be collected :JO< 79

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Ttt aaeeedl U'>XH 04
amount > l.I
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): to colleeted I"*! ) 06 i Notice lo.Creditors Citation of Administration
A DlftilCtlvcly Merttwrtous Preearatkn County Hpoolal .
4 Notice bereby given to rrwditora. hnlra anddmtrlbutetM In Count Court. I
A Prcveitatlvc of CoaUf lous Diseases To amount aaamiwd :in 21\1. I or tb. ...tate of,Temple A, Minx Otfccola County. Fla. < -
Amount I oll.ted 71,36 THE PIONEER
:18'' deoeanod that I hare beeu appointed administrator By the County Judge of aaid County.. PLUMBING SHO?&
Balance be collected 537 :
of the above named estate and that all Wh__. W. J. Sear., has applied to thla Court
Sub-School Dial. No. 2-
persona having claims ...IDII'.lb. estate must for Lettcra of Administration on the estate of AT w
INSTANT DEATH TOM To amount anaeued l'-4! t(O 8ITV1--.T1lD
preaent them duly authenticated for nftttlnmentwithin Hanry T. Stanford, dacaaacd. laU of laid countyof
4 \ Amount Collected . l'::'* 83' the time proicrluftd by law Otceola. : KISSIMMEE AND ST. CLOUD, FLA.,
( baclNS. Mttsuttst. flit be collected. . Jji 7.1
Nag ; Balance to
tin, ,
81\1. Kinalmmea, Fla., CLARENCa A.MINX, Thaaa are. therefore to>> cite and admon".11.nd

Pts e7S Cent Ml StsrltzM tM ids -.fUrtsctt To Sub-9chool Dial No :.1'n, >G fi-07 A pril :!t. 11110. Adnituixtrator raid Eot."' . iniruUr the kindred and 'cradltora of .aalildeeeaaed. < H. EDMOND SWABEY. PROPRIETOR

Amounteime.eed. to be and appear before thin Court; on
','r ;'Frt O. TI ire Parlflrt If Iti Cu.w Amount collected f Tl 93Balance before the .)d day of UII'uet. A. D. 1910. and
Estate of C. H. Fountain, ec'd. or TINNING
to be collected' 2:104 IN ftLL ITS BRflNOflE&\ .
objectlona. if any they have, to the granting _
Bub-School Diet No. 4- Notice U hereby a ven that toe underHlfnadadjnmlntrator
aforesaid 6th rwlae the will be
letters aa same
69ft 42 of the estate or O. H. ronntaln! PIPE
To amount aiaenaed CUTTING THREADING
Collected . 1\81I 48Hatanoe deeeaaed, will on Monday,the Iztn dar of Sep granted aa. grayed. I IWltneaa : |
- OSCEOLA PHARMACY Amount tembernext, make I Snalaetuement of hla au* my name ka County Judge of the PIPE FITTING, PUMP WORK '
; to. be Collected.! U 04 'tnl station of laid estate and apply SerbiadDrge . County aforesaid thin|th d.yor July ill1OI .

I >j DI.THI.WTO.,8 f ARTHUR Clerk; Circuit; B. DONEGAN.Court OaeeelaCounty. x- ." such N.admlnlairtor U. Barrio AdminlalralorJlaxoh I T.K.MVaPB GENERALII JcD El ifff

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