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: August 5, 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: VID00449
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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p'Tl0 .- "M r .. ARTESIAN WATER',.

IiCo: y Coiuwnssiofleis l Re Iw Their 7r ; i -' Gushes from ..the,,Ground in i and

t t.a iptim for That Number
# Around Kissimmee the Rate ... ;

\ .b die, Valley.Gazette. l : of 180 Gallons MinuteA '
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j? n,jainour County Commissioner number of citizens met in the
ten (their appreciation of the r Council Chamber.last
lave l tYr uNtj i ; t Monday evening,
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I effort 0 'alfcy, Gazette in booat- ,. to discuss. a matter of I Importance,

c Ing Ki..i'' ,and Osceola county by T which, if carried through to a success-.
b Renewingof b r subscription last. Mon- I! ,. f I conclusion, will mean much tOt the advancement
rM for an tber three months While and of this
day. I Ir prosperity : sec -
course, e appreciate this patronage'

r on the ]part fIIf the Commissioners, what tion.The meeting was called at the instance -

I. waS more | leasing still was their asser :: of .a gentleman from Ohio, who

tion that t e money spent enabling' has had large experience in promoting

y [v Jjiis paper to advertise our section' wa<, colonization projects, and who stated

the best i I iventmeneHhey ever made that his.object in having the citizens

,_. With the n ones entrusUM to' them. by called together was to find out if there

I. ,Ane people. of this county were any large bodies/ of land, where s
I t To sec rethe names of 8 rient flowing water can be had, in this sec

hrospectiv settlers and horneseiTn s, 1 tion available for colonization
__ purposes
| order ttf carry: out our part of the and also if the people here would cooPerate

ontract, liaa'been a herculean task in ___ with him in securing such
the Valley Gazette has done w
uelf yet lands and fprming a joint stock company

.his and i i" now in better position than _:i . for handling the proposition.
ever before to perform the service required Mr. E. L. Lesley presided over the

of it in this matter. Owing to meeting, and several gentlemen mad

that this publicity, feature of _
the fact .": '\ speeches,.among them Dr. Downing .
ur pspr has become established and "t'if.. A. S. Nelson E. L. Lesley H. C.

m well known throughout the entire Stanford H. M Breaker and others,

country, new names of prospective suttler I who assured the gentleman that there

1 are being sent in to us every day I ,I'lioto by 8 W' 'lawn'' STAn: HANK OF KISSIMMEK'S NEW BUILDINGleast I 1 were thousands of acres in this. vicinity

I from all parts of the Union, which where flowing wells could be secured

makes 'It a much easier tank to carryon ,, and that some of it was available in

I: this work than it was in the beginning large tracts. _

when we had no assistance in securing seventy-fve bushelH to the acre of nominations are received to opcfn the On, motion of H. C. Stanford, the

r these names. a yield equal to that in the West wheie GftWlNTCREST SHOWN canxpaign: and the votes they received chair appointed a committed consistingos

\ :Nearly; two years ago the Commissioner the greatest rare and attention is given I credited; to them and each week there- J. M. Lee. W. U. Makinson A. S.

l *' realized the value: to the county the crop. Kallir corn has a feeding I after the votes of each candidate will Nelson, H. M. Breaker and A. E. Don-
the (( iaTiette which that of Indian --- - -- be counted take(
Valley and
b of having value for stock equal to '-- 1 printed.On egan, to up the matter of forming
uHit lining every effort! to boost this corn, and always brings a good price< On another page of this issue of the' a corporation with the gentleman, and

county, distributed throughout the the market Mr. Nelson paying $2. It) Large NuttiHher of Nominations in Valley Gazette will be found a regular to report at a later meeting.

!. North and Northwest hoping to induce per bushel for the need he sowed. nomination blank, which properly filled We of Kisaimmee .were of the

I I the thrifty farmers of those cold and Valley Gazette Contest. out will entitle the) contestant to a nomination opinion that every person in the United

!G, disagreeable; states. to move to a more fine Sweet Potatoes.We vote of five hundred votes.. No States who made any pretense. of keepIng -

,, eonjrennil climate. where oppqrtumti..sJ contestant shall be entitled to the use up with the reading world, was acquainted

k for remunerative farming were greaterthan are again 1 pUiced 1 underohligationd of more than one nomination vote of with the fact that artesian .

they had found at home, and start to the Hon. C. S. Ac-ree, hid friendship FIGHT GETTING WARM five hundred votes.. Votes'shall be secured water in abundance and of the purest

ed the ,ball rolling by subscribing forM on this occasion taking the form of presenting by sending in free voting certificates quality could be had almost anywhere-
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hTituJred copies The results from an with two exceptionally line published in the Valley Gazette in this section and especially; directly

- f I" investment of- the county funds and large sweet (xttutoes, grown on his Inquiries Are Pouring .in From.... livery Part oft|, or by securing subscription to this pa- in and around Kissimmee, but it appears ti

sr I IJ I, ,were so gratifying to the Comm rs until they gradually increased the of our town. We know they are as fine Osceola County and Adjacent Te 'tory. securing subscriptions to the Valley : ''y- -

tuber of their subscriptions. until it as ever grow in this moot favored section Gazette shall be as follows: We wish now to make the statement

ached its" present .proportion| of one for we ate them and i if there is CONTEST NOMINATIONS One yea Price $1.00 1,000 vo that there are numerous wells in this ,

ihuuaanil. and they ar..think ing.(vof Mill' some one thing in wrfith we excel itJI I Two years, ". 2.00 2,600 immediate vicinty that flow as much asbne

I'further1 increasing' it. of,- I in judging thequalityofsweetpotatoes.and . The following are the names and_residence of those who have been nom"Q_ Five years 5.00 7,500 hundred gallons to the minute, and

fil That the Valley Gazette H..*. lieen.ii I those presented us by Mr. Acree ted in this (contest with the number of votes they nave received to this. date: Ten. years " 10.00 20QOO sorrhif four-inch) that flow as much.

tent factor in the. upbuilding; of 41 just suited"1 our palate. ,. one. hundred and eighty gallons to the

ceola county no one can deny, and owing Kissitnmve Ktattmfnm, I I Early Start"Pays. minute. Artesian water Is used entire i

I to the experience gained: through G.. A. R. COMMANDERWrites MILDRED Lee . , ,500 OSCEOLA c HIGH SCHOOJ. ? ..' . silo I A eon Kt Is like a Marathon in one ly:by our people for domeitis purposes

handling this publicity.feature, and its' ELOISE MOON \ ', ,, ..; r-Jcf;:'..w":'.pQO BESSIE: WINN! ',,' ,. "",':'' : i I .,;',.. pOO respect' Two sprinters bent to their and the city Is, j just completing wll I' n
established'connection ,with the people MAKY''' : .r"J1, 1\500\ j that will furnish water for fire
) Visitation Lc t'iE MAKNSONSitJ"; [FRATERNITYl1ALL: \iuj" ; 500 protection
marks for At the
this of his to Posts at ,, theXcbamplonship. ,'- '
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Northwest -
North'and i'
of the .ANNIE CARSON \ .},f Hlf" 500GENA''MOON. KISSIIWMF.E. ,CONCERT,BAND ; //OO crack of the.starters pistol one'man :::
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', in a ketter position than/ever, St. Cloud and. KissimmeeRev. "' .: 'SOQ( st'hIRer. got away just a fraction of a second water obtained here'thas; been

to be of service to th0! people'of thiaseotion. KATE O'BERRY 500 LENA PEARCE .. 6110! other. subjected to the most rigid- tests, both \.
Commander ahead of the His at
'. J. O. Thompson, Division"
BEKTA BRYAN 5OOJKACf. BESSIE: WALKER !514)( ) the start hat in America and Europe, and In every J
for the department of waa so slight even
Fi, this connection, we thank the Cornmu / ( .Jol.l.V/ 5tX rNorcoosseeMADELINE instance has been declared to be as
the (;I. A. R., who made an official at| split second! stopwatch W>HC] not pure
( their patronage and commend :MARIE II as any that ever came out of the ;'
HII.L earth.
'i ioner ( : visitation \to the posts at St. Cloud and ('rllLF.STOS 5QO) j i &K) show it' But it was enough to vie
for their business xagacityin GRAVE Splendid flows are obtained at "
them MAE : 500 Peak ore a depth
the him bare margin at the finish-ene
Kiasimrnee some weeks ago gives I a *
continuing a policy"whirh has beenso CHRISTIAN CHURCH S, S .. 5OORU Mar J. S. STRATTON 500 make him a' of.from one hundred and fifty to two ,
following report, of his. visit through the to a champion and recoi
i productive of good results. National Tribune: H THOMAS 500< St C'.nud;' breaker. One vote may be all it will indred and fifty feet, and the prevail-\
EI-MA SMITH . 500 NEVA BYRE . In g--co8t for boring wells (complete for
"Behind a splendid team, with Comrade 5001, take to win the piano.A ;
r GAY EXPERIENCE PHYLLIS J ARREI." 500 WOMAN'S RELIEF CORPS 5OO-I is use) I issflf ty cent>> a foot for a two-inch S
Tarbpx as driver, we drove to St. I great advantage gained by an
.PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH S, S 500 Whittier i iMRS. seventya cents>> a foot for a three-
: Cloud having spent the, night at Kis early etart and it behooves every citi-
of kissimmee People Make simmee. We found comrades DeGrawand ALMA'GRIFFIN ;)(M) I J F. WILLIAMS . .- 5 i! zen of Kissimmee and Osceola Countyto inch, one dollar a foot for a four-inch, ,i
P. MRS/WORACB' WOODALI500 and so on up In roportlon to size.
y ilI McNew the Commander'and Ad- ; Campbell get,in .heir nominations early. The
c Water Trip From fort Myers jutapt of the St. Cloud Post, and good C. STANFORD 500 I MRS. E. E. BROWN 500 : person nominating a contestant does All of of the truck rdena in ;this section #t
which there
,S Meters. Ross Graves Rodney Snvder many members of the Post whom it was --- I not obligate himself in any way. \re hundreds, are
irrigated with'
and Leon Fennell: 'who weht to Fort our good fortune to meet in excellent Judgjng from' .the number of inquiries lion Front, with a Music Rest the '' To win a UOO< ) piano in a few weeks which makes arteaianN ater, a fact
i Myerf about ten days ago, to accompany spirits. We talked with them of the which are coming into the Valley Ga- I length of the piano hand carved panel I'I'I time is well worth the efforts of any- ly profitable, and those growing exceed p

Capt Leslie Minx home on his new conditions and prospects at t! Cloud,, zette office, the people of Osceola county and mouldings. Has folding fall board, body. Few men working for a salarycan industry that engageU n that
say a four-inch oil
: boat arrived -in the city Wednesday and if there was any dissatisfaction ordiscouragement are becoming; awakened to the fact hard wood back. The pounding boardof earn approximately $60.00 per ing one hundred gaIlOfiamlri ow.-
i' evening after an eventful, voyage.They among them they cer- that the Valley Gazette baa inauguratedthe I the bent\ known material for retention week; but the winning contestant in easily irrigate 1

-, left Fort Myers on Tuesday July tainly concealed it successfully from us. largest popularity contest ever held of sound waveel and the wrjst this race will have earned! that amount. which is a much twenty-five acRes of land,

.. 2ft -coming up the Calyx ..ahatchie river Thty have recently received a presentof in this vicinity.As plank constructed of compound rock This is not a lucl: contest but one usually used by any'larger tract than .is
i single person
and through Lake Okeechobee to the a good building 60 feet long, which will be seen by the large numberof maple. Has the double French repeating where efforts will count. trucking for r
tv Kissimmee river where wjll make.them a commodious hall and actiont the German imported On another page of this issue will be
mouth of th.e nominations printed, below.) :, a Jfreaifmanycftizena Wh le we do not claim any'lC"at .
} they encountered a hyacinth jam whichit two lots nearby on which to place it, haVe-lITIl'lt'ed' "themselves. strings; three unisons with overstiung found a free certificate good for 25votes. rative qualities for cu-

t't took them three.days to get through. and they have about concluded negotiations of the opportunity to nominate their bass; nickje-plated trimmings; three Cut this out as it is valuable. still there are hundreds our of artesian persona water,
had the misfortune for its removal to the lot. The pedaliTwitn muffler Get in your nominations early. Contestants now ;
they keys
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-Corning on up friends and place them in the race. ivory ; living in this locality who
i to break a shaft in the boat's ma, location given them is all that is desired In this contest the Valley Gazette intends ruple* veneered and !is fully qUad-I get busy. Get all your friends suffering with what came here <

{J .cliiaery, which necessitated securing aij- near the center of the business to give away absolutely free with- for ten years) against any .. .- .. pleclged and get a good start early' in diseases, but they are considered now hale and incurable

other launch to come home in, leaving part of the town; and they are'probably out any strings attached $1,150 worth I workmanship or material. I the contest. hearty and they attribute\ their cure to/ .

Capt. Minx's in Lake, Kissimmee-, which before this time occupying it. Tne of prizes to be divided among the six i, Many a contestant has failed from the liberal use of our artesian water.

will be brought up aH soon as he. can tent-in which we held an informal meeting contestants receiving the -highest number V having his wishbone where rils backbone -

hare the shaft mended und returp for was. becoming so dilapidated that ,It of votes in the contest/ as follows: Rebate Certificate.The ought to be. Moral: Don't wish Contest Proverbs .. ,

'f it. They all arrived .home in good could no longer be used except in. pleas 'v First Price, Upright Grand .Piano rebate certificates given as: prizes fare j for prizes but work for them and they Procrastination I. the thief of time.

spirits, however, having! enjoyed their ant weather; and they are fortunate[ in $400.00., acceptable as part payment on a I will be yours. Don't let the old rascal steal a piano I

r outing immensely notwithstanding the having a place of meeting provided. ;| Second Prize Rebate Certificate, piano likf the first prize given in this I from you in the Valley Gazette con to.t. .

delay and drawbacks. I We were sorry to miss a meeting with' '200.<)tO. contest, 'sand/ will be accepted for theirI ----

1 -- I II Post and Department Chaplain Wescott, Third Prize,) "Q.v.J/t.r'lFtmIlWow- -iI I full face value by the American Music j, Is Sent Complimentary. Wise contestants reap while sluggards .- ;

'1 KAfflR( CORN. |i who was absent in the north but was f well can be had on any acre of it. | Co.. of Jacksonville, Fla. In other I II Parties receiving this paper sleep. ---- ,',
I expected to return before this tim. ,ice *1IHI i words, if a contestant shall win the I who are not regular subscribers "
per A vote in the ballot box is worth two
1 1II "We drove back to Kissimmee that second prize of a two hundred dollar I must not think that it is the intention outside. dr:

Pirk Garden Produces Seventy-five evening, and Friday "morning met a certificate, this certificate shall entitle of the'publishers to' later :

Bushels to the Acre. goodly number of the members of Gen. WH have several/ 5-acre Bracts of landaddition the purchaser to a four; hundred dollar demand of them the subscription The .sheep knoweth their shepherd's 'P. t

I O. O. Howard Post 35, who gave us a adJoll1lngty; / limits; fine piano for two hundred dollars. These price,"11" i it is mailed to them complimentary call, so will the voters know the call of, <
Nelson, one of Ki.sniinmee's ';,rUB fruit land also' ,sI 1 for
A. S. most cordial reception.. Oue of tne' trucking, ; }certificates are transferable, but not by our Board of County the diligent contestant.:
"ifr. and reliable> real estate H nice distance to make nice littlerm
rgetic is Mayor
.members Comrade Murphy [more than two hundred dollars worth Commissioners for the
of Park Garden a beautiful with i city advantages. These purposeof A rolling stone moss, andan
and the residents
of the town and is said by 'tof certificates shall be allowed applyon acquainting them with the
of land l lying immediately on !ids are located, in I'lnedaltand canpurchased indolent contestant gathers no votes.
tract be of the best Majors that of>
to one
purchase n piano. many advantages! and opportunities tr
shore of Lake Tohof>"kallga, had. for$250pertrael/ time on
tbs west Kisaimrrree or any other town ever this town county offer Necessity is the mother of invention. '
south of this city. If !if desired.1onie end
about two miles The town is "dry," and that meansalle the hopneseeker. The paper will Do you need a piano? If ao. invent a .
brought to the Valley Gazette' office on that the wont implies. Fights riots. __ .. .._, flow Ute (Contest Will Be Conducted.You to get votes. Away
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e of Kaffir ..,_ 1.-- (:: ___ I be mailed for a few weeks to any ".,.. ., -!I"
.to Wednesday four specimens and arrests for drunkenness -are unknown >,. in case, design and finish-artistic can obtain tickets at the Valley person whose name is given us, contestant'. A -
fine as were ever produced Show me a who works
"\ corn that are West as and.theyare now on and it is_ a_delightful town. plainness that attracts and is always I Gazette offiu, There(' will be a tallot and if they should desire to receive hard and I'll show you a, contestant
t in office. Mrs. L. M. Marsh has gone to Ellington admired. Height 4 feet 9 inches, width box at this office. in which you can deposit it regularly thereafter we who will win a $400 piano. .

exhibition in this stated that he sowed the Fla., to visit her sister Mrs. S. 5 feet 2 inches, depth 2 feet 3 inches. your ballot or you can raisinballot would be glad to put them On our ---- ;
Mr. Nelson and B. Turner (nee Miss Maggie Johnston) j Seven and one-third octaves when boxed and vote at your pleasure for subscription list at the regular Let all contestants motto be: "
twenty acres
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seed broadcast received cul- formerly of this city the! occasion ready for shipment weight 850 anyone,you desire. rates$! per year 50 cents for Early to bed ' ?
not any Early to rise
'h that the crop had -jKrtmd of fertilizer ing the birth of a bouncing baby girl be-I pounds. .. J 'I j The names of candidates will be I six months. \ Work all the time 't- r
# "- -tivstion' and not This ban the / Ext..n.I ,ooh a sufficient number
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: "' "CHATTANOOGA" rein-exli'iitativo! : )N right on I he ground) \ (lliore:"'arty' to explniii 11. Is there a ..- )l-.:.. WE MANUFACTURE'.

better thiifc.' than NOW' to look into this, (ltt1'.tIOu.ol'SU11-llilt {(1ATItlie() i IN,'; there for s *. SEWER PIPJ3 "'" : a

hard-burned, salt-glazed the "' )t'lnl luirpoM) ) oT explaining i Ko"it" Mill f cost t you absoliitelyi I .c i nothing iim'stteate! CULVERT y
: irrigation -. drain tile is'manufactured'by and'yon will' he under no obligations) at all( to us ifyou, do( not hll)'. .1I I (' you l halve apiece,

: of.hind( .-a11d.Wii11d..M1) .mhls) .like to know( ", |mi sub-irrigation' woiildU< for J it. but have no BUTTER PIP'
;::r who
", men intention' of'"purchasing! tile, lot, Mr. lliiugll (call and.SIIOW.. you how and \\lty! and what I .FLUE PIPE']

have liad_ thirty -years ..experience I to do.and( g;LiT .J''oii first .Imnd information ) fUliwus.nllrord. !vib irrtention! work. CH 1lINEY'TO co ..
in the cJu '-.worki TORSiRRIGATIONDRAIllriLEfj' -' .

industry.IT --. Chattanooga Sewer PIpe & fire. Brick Co. BOILER BRICK TIL ];' , a





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i : I Rules: For Valley Gazette's' Great NOT__ _ICi. !c cedmed

)' 'li.rlehe loon. Hiiil'thi l I f Idluwulgdearrm l \ nt\t\ ir ttt .mil.. ',li f,fU HI.niii'i J'e i,
9 ,. o0'a "toiiiittlH t rtmiiunt' die, l inr l.ii'* h"rO"11" eel l ii">iii>"il" tlitMnfl' ,l'iu<*lli ;O'lIII'OO'! '! "f
'lahaylaadata.rti.ugwlllhr\ .olI11\ ,ln. ,. ', !.
4 i- |njj aunonuuADmJuytIim 1 tli 'lav 'V"i >
; and Polk 'o\mlH' .
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*" -tr. J'ijo( in friiiu atIII-, lout linn.<. .lnr ill t&j:. ..imin.>H. in tin. "'"III v o' ()I.eQl,. ,
try the -- :L- : ; 1'.i\ I . .i '' '
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i Celebrated Pressed Popularity I Contest ] -'to --C- .
Mu.lKns! : p I- _- cE. !i iu"
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IEoI' tale TI. ail mk :: VII "-
i Steel Launches and Rcnv Boats :$ _- < 7'.f I. Ii v .e'1"II"k r l

$ : Kulf )I. All money' for Sub".ijllun"i Huh S. \'ntv41IlCe issued cnunf>(In. / --

shall, li.' piiiil to .w1 r. II. M. S.kttlf, C"onJti transferred to lolhur" contestant.Hulv i ;\u; I1' "f Hi. '. /' a. ,1.I I\ ', w I f b''
1 ; Nay, ?.f .N 1./ ..... la. ... It II ''V I Invan.
i : '-l I MUIIIIK I IHul. 9.t) No \otes wlll| )I... alloMi-d onsiiliHcnptioiiH '.ul... 'a ..r 1)e l. i. ."? Ill" 'III /, V'ac". 1, I) hl.4m .
.. (outfit ;N \\ "4 ..t"" IA II ll.1.I \% '' I if II\V 'J and wnfw' .
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I ii ( \ In-lit,! out more ti mail' ant'week , anl.'a'.I.n I ' ''a I J "I WIll
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J turi inu'-t IK- all \iit' la fur after bi-ini seculeit runti.slant.MibHcnptions . of a11' '11 ", W II a
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'thHr" "r value i" llu ""t.", .. ,
must be (tiiriii-cl in jjrfiinfil ant x IL' I It ''r'l' ; jnrl" w'
.III tOO. II -111' I .I I'I ,III.,, ,. I \IV Chll.,1. W 0 r. aIan.
Kill.: : Itullfils In-
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I.V ttigitlier '
$ S'I -S l I. tat t % I 1' ii. I IHi '-. )I r. 1..h'lI"A."I
| IKiiiuti't'-t will to l run ir .1 fair Iia"is. 'i; 'ii' mi ,if f ,.1 ..1, 11N',j rniii > '. iV
t Hum Xcitf'k will In i"uo',1 1 whet h1scnpliLna ,
( '. .. .
$ .1 .I.I n"tw4a. II I \I""- I 'l i i ] W, T
fair for all. Votes rain only l I.i ulitainCll ; .. .'I t '. ,. .
tint -, I* I oaM I II I ,
ar ni-eiml" cunlr.Laul.Itlay' V"> ll 1,01..1 '
7'hpxe hniil Sur. Inch. Ii.. the VV II. :llullnl., (01. of. "; ilcin'. Oh"" ,. ol.f tl V..1111, t.w' (I' a. .11.... ." ,'..r. I Ii-" \. .
'tun.* proof I.I, I |liI.t., -' ,in "'li.imKifrliki, a In., l.nat, liiiiiintm' |% $; 1 lly vcUlillg' ( -lal.rrlIUotw\ , eitherprol n.luin) these I ',top. unil, ,',iKt tliinivlu 111,1 I ,, I ''1'I- I 01..1.. ." .. r- .'LI..II.' PIjd..j. a

$ lank warp drv <>ut. wlle( log: of i ','ral'l I'erfe" t nnuli" l i. mind! tin. an, .atiKt : : pn, | : ,. \ or 1'\\, al,, or bv'c rutting; I tin. \ ) 'in'\','r t4n > w I.h.O"l1llllalor.r. I 1." V v!\V\1 Veal, I ;e.." .:tar: >Mi:.i:I *v A'I'I.-I'1'i -.alb :': '. .,..
II.(I ( \ rt 1
bar>fain.- ut-tln wmlit I 1."llO'h.. -, anj! row I IIKII--, ui ,hnul,, ,, I fur, mlrnl'1duate ". !." ; "nllp..11-, or| free. young' ) fir I,. .. ii V -.r t.f. i IH .4 ..( ft 4I ,111,, ', > ( llrlur,
Kulf 1" : I I'ontrstantsmil .. ,..170" . . -. ; ,
flcliviryKl : tlllf'.It r s i each, we i kly "111"|"""1Kill. '. ':: .; ,:: Taira. 'In'' k
$ t hi1 Y a Mi Y < ;ia/f'1 1*' 'unl, i -t t must I '" -'h' Pan, 11 II .IrI'alra '
: XXV.Ml--:.1 ) -. :MfMOK ItO\'i '-0. $ .
: 1 1. : ; nf tin \ alley I I
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P. O.) : ; ," ,, HI 1 \ : I IN'N : ogre? to and ,\< i ipt'. all i'ul.ami ondlImli. . IV. I:. : ,II::: :: li.... w II ''r 4
Addr'KIIar "'- 'i.. KUi SN\Miil': ) : a n
$ f I; Ga/;: 'tte or u IIH, mbar iH1 Ins, t tifiilj':.;' \ ill t '. %i .. I... "' ...VNI ... /,. .. lark. r .Inca "I'Imnllyu '

1'NN1 NM Naa1'1,1MNN NN NN NN N,11N KN., hi' 1"'ltt'd' to |iirlifip.ilf' ',itlu-r( I. r \ ." vV l I ism
I voter : .); I 1 |I I is, ,.
iinmiinitor fii, .< .in tin'' \ fontit. ; 1I1I1I.I..r.1 '
p. w : i ." I ;'N"/. '.

....................... .... Unit: *i in. see( .and"lal.III mi'injj, .tll.-.rl'l'-. |'not' t I". l but 1'1"'nl'l'd i!.mi1w i iilsfi, to miller tin. si* i nil-" .*.lniiililof I '-., .."ii" ..'i ..," ". ."... '.0.. S."h.I i be phen. 1,, .r:' kl I I Ii

I' .to. N .I n'I
e U alwt' pm e .
: YOU CAN COME TOKISSIM"M : '"11\ -I l IT I'"* Im.-ui., 111 alai |place '111 the tu lon 1. elandIule (! .,1)'I:..1 n.1 t; ?I nyd':I; ,l Ie'a fl. a d. '? Jo" :. ,,1 1"r", .

j I 1' ", ,I. d Mli'tiUili '. I" 'AIIY.'I".I'0| /),..I... _.|bnll. ., in ..f ..1 i I r"inII I

I 'm i f> Holy oif" '.'nlunauug' ' (fnu Irmo- I I..f t t"'n tin .0nl.I1"I-, well i hi. ft la. 7 .. I'I'' : 'It t.. I.l .,? ..., ". a,. " ..... 1 Ir,'oJ
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'1"01'h" i'mitt, ' ti> "IIMI' ') ,' ili li l n.IIH'.I Io\' the ( 'ontistIaiiH't, ) i. \. i i.< ii i Sim.1 J: M, .ik' ui L ,1"N
Iv . .,. .., ii' ,I" ,I mli ,
vole. will, I hi .illins. <'ilKuli niiiit and It"I" 1 hl, final! mill,.i,, II i ,liI ur i '. ",. "r".r'Io', W

JKOMKANSAS. T Ailnl t <.s must l Is' in' tin' I I. .' I I 110'.n' , : """, .li nl,..lon, II 'I.1
K" -i'ef tfu ll\, \iiurOMl.sT --. .. i ai. '...
m : CITY of "III'h ll'1n.kDevelopment 't'( ; :: MANAl.KMINIfif : ; ( ; :: :: i ; knb'' rain. I I I 10''ti ."i iI ........ .
: . I i.l .I li rk JI \\ alllana I u''"y I I
-- I I."in, l mil .' h' lN. k I n, \ II lit 10... Mr. Ly.I'a'hnl'o'n. '
I. ., I, .,.. K Itf \ IlruryIeL'a .,
AND RETURN FOIL! an iiinlili'lla, mi a t tviiiial I loriila . 1C In I ,, ri, ..f n N i.''r" of VV t ,h. I Vr i iI ra "
of the I '. I 1"', ft| \,1 7 fl I ti. 1 '' 'I.
$34.OO and spend 25 days Fourth of lul\ liflvMeiifmw. ' 1 .I I. nrni'I Itrbrtt I I. .. .Ibtsi..l A.IIltll.M" M ) .' k.. II .J. '
'lilinnsi '
I ers claj'a march of six' to "* Vfiimiles 'Ini I I-hu..lamotrr.auh. .
z-4- Low Lands of Florida t Jai ol l b1)" ksIII l'ukt\w
with, vigorous' ( aiiti..rnoci iisfn i ) and II. t'fhunq'.utl
Ml hl'' k 'IIII. I
Long enough time to im estimate!' : the best( !' : mad. ,
Cudgol-In-hand waN along uji" Ion. I nut I 7 -U.k'| ( ,t' H'lllltl\ir' "
l lll, I III. ,
: land in any iimirber niaere'' ever : Orlando !Flu., .Jlllv. 'K 111\ a. and down tra\c-r-'inc{: III lonely wilds I tat, a><' it I u'. \ \loi' I. -h
1 a portion through,.. -o-van null, canal ; ill' M'.rk 1 IJI Rat ,.1)a, Jul\; ,. .1..1.I. 2.xiLun
placed on the market Editor; Valley (dazi'tti; >: ; r. .1/1,s ] .' nod,, I bla l 'k' tI. t tI. ,,>. ...
which' is purported; to follow I thrciuti' < I.',I -..I Ida.k. I Oslifirn, .I. ci \mail.At' "' ,moss, II '
VVhil'ti"- writ<'r <| M-S not lay chft1 I i..It" Ini, I I. I 1.131 i
ur ? k i. run n 7 II w
for vale byW. . and to have, hreti the nrixlnal'ehann.l ] "-
l' i ,
to drau nagenguieel. f.-- IIt'I'\-I''' I II.l "I' a n. 1.lI.
being a r. tJUBpcct ,, .
{ I, and tappml( tI...* In'aiKvatirKof \ l bh'IkI.Psnack.l 1 Idhn.n|, ', 11I-a. ,.. ,111 VI
that you' and other. Klomla pajn, niiliitlnl" d LHII,,IId I-
r t the. fiAinou- ami InHtfirif ( )h III\\011.11. u II' > .1. O'VI.N. ,'urn,"t ?faa''' .d .
S. ALYEA have, l paiil I. or green In.m. in the pant 1 .1. 1)t .N l. nail. II V., 111. .. y
itncj jplnc headwaters ai e said to flan, IV- . ad. l ,, ,,
few leads him bclifVithat w CV I at Lan V II
ycarv' : to bi-tfii the fflc-bratffl Lake Apopka 'it .m I -" 1. .. '. I. ".rnlaan' .''M. A
Rooms 11 & 12 State Bank ''
: Bldl K1SSIMMEE, F1A : ; > 'I .
what he has I.ntu soy will be of ailcijuatf -- ."r.' If II I.r tau' Ia'I '.ri.I' i I' .4
y i sc'jT Aside, frvtn (thatl l sojniwlufpuinstuktn ; ,, iI. 'V' <,.r i.fw '' ol' nu ,. rill "n"i, /II ..

.......................... : it n pJuce intert'st In jour to:justify.coJumnsjas y 6u' in you giving'have! tour of examining. the ion 'I .v I Inn' i. ."1 1. I l.l .t .'. II art' 11 a. II.1. L'tat.a .HNIJV .'

1 .. .. "-- .- .. so generously done before.')) The theme: ,:dition ami thw:J t.ainagettaltaclty; .I| / ." L .. 'IHX C-nlliY-tor. OHfiOlH C out 17
.. .. aVerage''olum(,', and,"'so,;..tin:;; of -;: . . .-.. : .
.rt.' sa.-- -- 1 : on which it jtreats I while rjot,strictly loaf] ;! 'r '
----; -----. I ? : canal considerablnlereNtN'tis'i ta1
: I II cal, In.ogtf) that In,.n general.. I-way is,.., a*l t/lTI' .. .' ., .' '.' "' ',.*'M""" n"n"r '
I //nJexamining/ athoyt; '}Ea l.r1ciaS: I . " '. ."l-'L', '1';7 +7st'er,4Ma | T'J I' ''. r ,
; "
i know;' rapiUlycomingi5t6s.thefronfalf ), p M ; <\" ;((1 : ) I'' I
you very : f SoniTeof fJ \1"tG 'l k ilh4 4.l; l.M\i
the. "whi ieh ; '
along Iine. / ,.! .JFN Or1R' : o
.SPECIAL SALE 'over our State, namely 'that"I ; ..... 1 t " '\ i! "*" \" ''';"" ,' **' V I
HOSIERY . hearing on rock as also shll, w V. : V
4 tin ill M .lupnK'iit of our low lands '
,ru ioii-K, 11111".I. iioinlinir' ;' in ,diir .
\\huh f"d..f( it..elI imlKutimil, onlvaiK.iiu .
i"rrnt rda: through!:! \\4 ari", tin ,''vcaua-, '
I "i mi..nt ,and,. |MIJ/II".>., 1 I.ut ,mill, The
I t 'inns lyre i nayi I li iioni u f \\ h "11 I 11 v. 11i Truth
"I.t". an' ,01'd tati or i 01 iliiiun in .f
.m-.r i wen ii'i, Bear Hi ;nl I 1''l'm. A '
our pioj....'ss. in the sense that ,uih/ . .
We will plate our immense 'stock of Genib. Ladles' HU| c 'inn n fif sail, I rook. \\ us ,1,111111. il 1 I 10
\\'''1'1'n'I'I' ,,', a pn' 'v ionstart' ur openlug .
and Chlldren's Hose a man w tin i a'kllowl'dl'd, to. I', l"" r
Im on sale at the following -
been alniuU matte to
having rim-
') '
r haps the ln'it expert ((11 r'tiriil' phy,..-.
I : ) prices. for cash only inirair1.' unil uifluri, along the IIIKS, of About Floridaand
lan ) along gfulvffH/ 'al hnrx, in Orlin.l'i' I

;)QC. II\e)!' at I t :aIc! expense and outlaj', that,. affncultural Ilex analysis i \v as, that the sample' v> mlarpely
. ,imiii !t\-c'mi'nts t thimtK."i ,rnnly l '
:2r c Hose at t I lUctiOc !I c'arhfirfntfoflinii': ( if nut a .stronj
or notify, and! presage and vt, fm the
: ) Hose trace- of plioHphati;) Onrrpnrhngfurlher ,:
at t ir)(' values
oth.'i r lianil' give great: promise, or in- -
to this then Ilving l hut now lamented
i J' _: 10 It- (greater promise(, ; and which, on the-, .
brother K. W. the piulI.r fif the :
lOc Hose at So other hand, cannot In expelled, on tin11,
hear Ileatl
Farm his remark was thatthere
-- jiluin, areas of !land n little) or noexpenditure '
fjuinnj{ I Id.r..d
11 Farming Timber
wan yoil sweeltiy-r j-n lung and Citrus
Call early and get your sizes while they last and save ,\ or prquraton., I '

: twenty-five per cent. Everything marked in plain figures. by himself, -on IIIH own art'as.And ,
y First the low Inniln have a marked I
I so, too, as time goes on we- areleft : / *

'I -'VouRS FOR BUSINflSSH.C.STA'NFORD.CO.- advantage, <>D the scort of natural to wonder how long it will, be till ad- I V I II

moisture, either from seepage or* from j I equate wide spread knowledge shall Fruit Lands Orange '

( : the proximity or nearness of water togive | obtain. HO an to make these ,immenseareas ,

I II tins moisture, from beneath. All1 in Florida high lamias well as lowland I

I this, as a saving on the score of irrigation -Bubclued developed and ( mad) ,

and, setoiyllv, on the score of VBRetable ,,
subservient! the
to subsistence' of
pco-- Groves and
.. deposit as: a source of fertilizer, tiles and settlers. some of whom eagerly City PropertiesWrite

Without going further along this |line, ;yearn for the climate the mild winters I :

:- the writer approaches. the body of his
and the favorableoulloukon the- ."

subject or topic.. of adding a few or more, years to 01'1 or call on

Safety Our First Aim A number of yearn ago (say 12 or 14)) natural !h.fe time? |

when he was yet on the Hear Head Respectfully suhmittfd, '

Farm the writer !frcouently heart! of a .' Jacol Shanilccrfjer, R. D. WARING '

d'r likf work, gong & CO.
mIrannigt' on--only on a ''I I r
much larger "scale in the Lake Ajiopka I Florida Maps.

Every known the i I region, in the1 western part of the, j. cents I State Bank I
I safe-guard to I Upon' receipt of 2r at the VaIeyGazette ) Building- .

county, a region/ where lief, ill a vast ; om.... a pocket map' of lorida I '

stri'tih. or Imilj it ,is suiil,f. one'' urea of Kissimmee
banking business is used I mauled tfi any Suliln, in tin, Florida I
to secure 2:1,14311::! aml'r,'- of (omf, sawxiass) mild United,; ran also. rurnish I

land, and tin ...huh lit the p.i>.t 2.j'or .).111eais ,
I maps of Osci-oln J i otiiitx at il 1 each and A. . I
funds depqsited with us. ) perhaps. it ,I- also said!. there has w,ill I he ,glad( l t() eot ti mat ion -111,.tional maps .

been laves i >*i II| tin .expenditure, presumably of any kind
I." a w.-. __
1 $Ul.yiil( ) ). \Vith, or from the i.\,piritnce ,-- a -

uf <\IX \ears on the. Iliad RUNNYMEDE $ I t

iNCItI.klls. Farm and "some' t ten jtars '111(''', infltise --- -" ----

Bank of KissimmeeWe ( touch with, its the writer naturally IlJ R ( > LLI.JS i ) II,11;< ; I'FIRInA9i \

tiecnme. interested tn other like Florida : Citation of Administration
III mT (,(.u Kif. '
future agricultural And I I II I-
possiluhties' ;-

14u ton, a" fn,t;asion has afforded excursions unty Ul County Court FU( I WINTER PARKDEPARTMENTS
>x4 cent in Savings -r
pa per Dept. 'o
I or visits. have lieeti matte to different I By the County Judge. of acid County.
.....*.. W. J. S" .|-a. has applied to thU Court *.IIU."IM'. Arailf'my. Si hiKil fif. MuaarSch, : .dn( 1'10.
like, Art i ,i f
) ant fields
Safe Deposit Boxes fpr Rent. : operation utters .f Adrolnutration on,, the _tat of I U'' I'm rn,.a for 'r.'h..w; txl"ro""ion- School 1 "

I On the (glorious) Fourth having opportunity y T Stanford, dee_ d. late of said countyicroli Twenty Profea.or'and Innhairlorn. ,prrpara U1)TY
r r'r to close up and get away, the Europe., 'nr..m..t .America and

writer made hm setond visit to the wee are- therefore to cite and admonlah all LOCATION
On Atlantic m oo..t Idnr and :ra\,1\ , .
A. .
innular the kindred. and r a nark' of famous(
creditor I of Tampa' the "FIor"
uM 1 on
t _ da 1I."h'' In of ,
aforesaul oar the
rather mint
region, or some ten icauUfnl and 1".11 hf,1, .
-- --- 1.0.0 0. 1.. nI aan-r hnenre mom.: ( t "" town"r the snutha. : no mal.ria. r

UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA ORIDA STATE COLLEGE FOR WOMEN I miles beyond l, to inspect the more extreme Ten. commcxlifiuH, Htlrartive huililinvM, BUILDINGS.. IUII .

CAMESTIUE outlet or opportunities'for dis-. er...II..n.., a "on'I"',of 2f, .eru. "I.l i.l.iM. L.k"w' >,n,... wl"cootmg, .h .A1aeoa, now In "i1' ??.? of
TAIUHASSHColleir H. D. GEIGER nal.l with three other' hy nivltrabto c>-
._ INSTITUTION/ fOR ..... ..! im fair mach ." ,Jo."t. 'U-ctric lire
I-* u A SUrtmOR IUT 'INEXPENSIVE I ,>st.f Xrta and Scirnces Normal Schools large: of the emergency acrumulatioi\s' : "ttn. g. rl" "t. | lights pro-

ft* FlORIDA/ royiio HER S.hoolof. .1'.h""l..t Art. School of Expression of water incident to aforesaid some- AttorneyatLawState :1 Int+all, hen' '1,011, ha.ket hell "'''''. t..nnl ATHLETICS_. hoatn... .
Four coll_ agricultural experiment Htalion' School oCHome Kconomicn. -nk.and, ..I1".a..ny in; the south. .wlmmln"uir.j' Iymna.tlca. Golf
." Untvenlt.xten.lon. -tri profeaaora and asalat-, I lratcUnH ,*4jiKomnt' throughout Tuition frw enormous watershed, and so on. The Bank I Ihorocmhly I hrntian l but iimleni.miimtiini.l. ., 110
ants Ml per cent Increase in attendance lest yi'.r.AttnMtlve Other cxpeAflM v> Y builfllnirrf and campua )'tar cBtalcvueddraM d..... samedate 2*-'m Rev William F Kl.c.1,ttinq Pi.. |) LL.D.,
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GEORGE SAUNUERSI GOOD PROPERTY TO BUY groves place" at all$T> HI.)around it. Splendid,. little\ ..........................; -, J

Boat Builder i We have 2 II a. of lanif, li miles, *". Aat Standard' Oil \0. ERNEST MACH' :
:!o .M 1 K.issimni'M1. ; on hard road, curry aero'Mxl in cultivation( halrnce timber; on : ZMZ-A.OIE3: : EROS: 1 I

HIGH- GRADE i g I I. rich. **oil. Jiifr-, for vegr1ablrs} l>r public mad, place has ..tah.....

MOTOR BOATS. SAIL i p OJ O tS "cilriifruits; |lust the pla i"- for. a tonne lLulI//' '. I'ri..1 : Livery Feed and Sale Stable J

AND HOUSE BOATS ___ _,r___ to hall<- fhool, ( and 1 church, privilegt.s!:
/ REPAIRING S + npil, I In'' near n.iarkcl.t/ 1 lull liuilil, up| a i ,In, acres. of land 1 nulls. from city Afit.: International Harvesting, Co. +
I SPECIALTY tarn that will, !he, goal' 'I'1nuincl ; .
always in limit: 4-rooni :; -.talll,'. l 12 acres in
'Hcpn-icntatix for I thefERRO al! fancy jirici"-. Thitract, of cull is al ion:. all good land; line for clt- 0 ALL :=IITI: : S :I3LTILVY ''J3.A.: .VLINGi.: : : :

lainr"iTvi|..'Hi| at $1 I IIMI per| atTf. and ran : ru.fiuitsir, truck mg. I'rice fl.r.iHi.! ;' '
;MarineEngine I In- |,un'ha,1) cm fuioruMf 1"'Insof! / I o Everything new and first class. We render prompt and .
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"ay"nl. i satisfactory, service day or night .
The WirH s Standard 3-C>cle Milor :J'.Ht-siore!': farm 1 I'' mile- from, one rail ,i.
road flat!.ion and :2! miles. from. good railroad ONE HALF BLOCK FROM' PASSENGER DEPOT .
Witill have" a ::JUJ-acre: tract of land
Pumping Engines Irrigation 'lints. adjoining the city limits; on hard, marl town\ of 2.0DH population. Store :; Kiss ll1lt1ee, Fla. .Phohe :
r"a.l17 acres ill cultivation,i; S acreswland jl-hwiltiinn-.prr, / J'lacrl'nth.f\ { at $A3:; petinontlj . .113'1 h

( < AltsO.Nv. rY..idem' \. (' I ISttl'A\, si.ciThe .;: .,. >.H' ; ; with stumps, rtmovoil'; I lan)>j,. '1, residence. for $2.L0. Splendid)( ............ .....,......',. ,

fits.>>,vcl| JhnHr68!: t ,'fefcedhV tli I Powell| p \ mppemi /'' little' orange grove: ;, Borne .line trucklani r
Waters' Carson !< }!Mot f ornamentaltiTrbrryano ; ,\ j iJ'y fN j'5lJjfin nV8"-v.; ,', 'I'rlr.-$25'' --per ( 1/ ,
& inns*wtiXfii. &?];*sTwmJiouseiwwK1tlirei'room:!*;** ----wfrsi /- -a3'acr'c aims! IPI 'tw14Iiirds':if deeiirfd.This I. ,:
is in good) location and fine" land.
antMhrei.r '
fug/ nme cop i..c; \ sect'
grand ...0"...,' pall ,rna liarn. aNtt /ItNew Shoe Store///
Grocery CompanyW t."?, lilrkfll. llou4r" 'Jltul \ and, l f-,'; ,red oil Wi- have, -e\eral other) propoition' of: /}

J! > licaiinj' ;!: orange" troi'v, i i lnoU n>;l.tlii.Mr.Main luirit.'e hill" \ourpatronage: !: ;indguar.'inti
' stnM-t fruiii" iloiM1 I of " \ / : > court eontre'atinent and svillemleiivi'T

I t j ':tea a ,n' \k ',I1, Df a.i, i IM 'I'>, iliivt-( tight olf Jai'tTi "tuito hard ,,< : t-o I"'a-,' \OLI. i. Ladies' Gent's' and Children's Shoes ar
mail road. This ]pl'opt'l'ly> can; I b H jmr- *" ,,.
,chad at a bargain and <>ti t laturabi Mc HIGH GRADE AND UP-TO-DATE co,"

GROCERIESWE terms of paynu'iit." Nelson Realty Company t...
'y1. :! Buy r

I lo-ucrt1 tract. of land locatt'd, about I 4 j' Kissimtiiuc, Florida. See. MARSH & WHIDDEN og,
,.., CASH BASIS ' ..
mil frmn court hou '; on ( "ol"o"d. .
., WE BUY nice (grove of |"i'1tr."s" on tins place, Old, papers for sale at this. ollice, I j
about 2i acKi-s: in cultivation, half of 20 cents, a hundro4!" .:: ,
land excellent trucking land. c>l4t....r half I -
HAY HIDES I IFU'RS splendid citrus. fruit land five-room' -- -. : -- - -- -- "'r----- 0-

house; I>pl.ulifullo..ation and good land. I IV..ry
cheap at Jl.MMI.) -

WOOL I Wv ..tlllp have dome choice 111-1<<'''<.' i :McCormick Mowers .. '
tracts of land in Park (amen.hire toe
O'RANCE BOXES 1 soil is. rich, Mack and, deep and where .
ALL artesian flowing wells can be had It a I ';

ORANGE WRAPS depth of 150 to 2X( feet. This land i orr

VEGETABLE\ CRATLSNAILS COUNTRYPRODUCE must be .seen to be appreciated.( .\ Thefinest DON'T//; T V. .
f trucking land in Florida. Price I -
CRATE }$1M( ) per acre, terms, i it desired.We : V ition.
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: have a 22-acre tract <,(land l>orderinff \ Idd
We sell field and garden seeds or all kinds. on Lake TohopekaliKa about ::1\t) : v Buy a
r We give special attention to1 fitting out hunting: and camping i miles from town; has good 5-room' house, I n 1 Oh
parties._ H"'xl stables! ( shed 2 flowing wells, ex'cellen o J 0

Frte delivery in ciV,' hnnits.! Phone No. I 'i ( trucking land, about live or> _six.' i. MOWER '
we are county: / agents for good( fertilizers; As' us tor .circular i acre bearing 'orange grove, l between r V '"yntlil7nhsb

and prices on fertilisers.jprxxxxxx i Government; Survey: and lalThl is -- .
i owned' by a non-rVsident who m willing
i to sell for $;{f>($(0.I I tx 1y

IGC/.rDOtYOtiGtXA/l1C/JORX: :I I Have J -II) acres HdjoiniiiK, tins 'line I: Until Our Calls taste
:;ocr..cocooocJQOOC: I Donstrator
truck, land; part of 'it hammioi k land. amen
J A. CtANFOm! R 1.. I.UrFKK.Srcri'Lury .
OCA CAKSON. | that grows: splendid citrus rods llow-
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1'rice 'iHotl" I per acre. I 0 ''Y ou 0'P'
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KISSIMMEE LUMBER CO., I I IP II j I I We have "" *\'rnl| 5-acre tract of lam. P ; ".. acme ore

fi fit ''in, addition, adjoiiiing, city. limits fine ,
J; I citrus fruit land, also good l for trucking( ; ua
;I just nice di-ftance to make. nicn little R toit

I farm with, city advantage These f osc oLiHARDWARECO. wt
I itgh and Dressed tracts are located in I'uiedale anti can I ofd
; ''be jiurcbaned for $2.r<<) per tract time on / ,,
1 half I if desired.We I $:> L LUPFER Manager ,4 {
Lumber. I -
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d have !ri-acie tract of land,( .t miles. I
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from (city, limits. II-HS than m'iu( >iin'
from another railroad'! stationI.j.I McCormick Mowers -
room house; 2l acres in cultivation; excellent I Ifr s
HOUSE lanJ. This. is located 1 m a well-

tooooooocx C GOOGOOOOOOOCO I settled) neighborhood. l: splendid orange

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KiSSimmee I Off I j, feet of spac. upon which '1 : RESOLUTION ;
a The Valley Gazelle Holly' Llis'Trolley. RUNOVER LOCALS to exhibit) its display fruits, thus-pot ( '

._.. -. ==.:. .----_- There I Is. One great sadness!!, Mat burdens ,- -- Society Happenings ting It up to the south; with its variedand J ; "

, t .. PUBLISHED 'EVERY FRIDAY.. our soul,' that we cannot, .'try as Marshal McPhatter I : requests us. to',. -.- order li that h.class the fruits hbnors toex..r in' the! fruit itself line in ; On the Death of Mrs. )yVilson,, Whictat. +

Office in Valley Gazette Building. we may,, bliake-off, w* have not sufficient say that the city ordinance in regard to- I MISS MILDRED Edna tEESocxtr should] not go outside the ."scope, of the- Occurred at Bartow \ I' #

.f KISSIMMEE. OSCEOLA COUNTY. FLA. mean* to invite air the editors in impounding; of )live stock makes no IOn expedition. Then North Carolina senttocnafienga /

, Florida to spend the.summer months inKlsslmmeef distinction between calves and grown .. ; the world to ex cell! in .the At a recent meeting: o; the Hdme" i J.Mission
W. H., HARRIS, Editor aad"Prop' cattle, and he desires! to notify the pub 'I line. 'produCing appW' Time was Society the following ( .
last .Thursday evening Miss tract'Jollyeotertained ) :
; where ( too resolutloij
s e > \ lj never. gets 1)0\; lic that calves as well/ as cows will be (when these apples fo'tmd' their) way to, '' v' '' '
,I,. J. TqIVLE T. Annotate Editor' during the day to.enjoy a stroll over impounded; if- found running. loose, on << in honor of her charmIng the."moonshine" stills -of the region, was unanimously adopted; : s j')
,, the street alt ,' Jo. ,, guest! Miss Sue Calhoun of Macon, i 1 in the lost of our sister '
night '
the green walks or a launch ride on: the .. Several interesting added but the vigilance of the Government Whereas and .
b :'i SUBSCRIPTION RATES; ; Ga. sleuths! and a ,few feuds, put a quietus 'co' worker,"Mn. W. S.: J.' Overstreet ."
waters of beautiful Lake TohopJkallkawhere ; 'M darnauH: Aka slz, ''who is mak to the pleasure of the evening and a delicious : ,
Oaeotiyon.we. . ,o"r . ,. . 'SI'oo Cincinnati 'of Mrs.
lucrative industry. death '
to this the Mary Wilson of ,
t .. o-"! month!, '.-. to It 1 le lway"cool'r1ough" at night ing'a tour of Florida gatheringdutaforan salad course was served, followed, ''to'dls- in ' .
will be'abpat the first large city Uartow Fla., we, M a society individually .
and cake. .Those :
extensive-article descriptive of the by cream present :
'to necessitate undercover and Virginia
\ sleeping .
the North Carolina prides. and extend t+.
play our
'. collectively deep.
State and its Misses Marie Huddleston ):
All tl'boa. he
which. were. ;;
eommun e except resources gge-
..... ...........pond.n....mulct b* incited by our the author writer where the night birds lu.ll you to sleep poses'to bring out in an early Issue pro.of nia Moon. Maude And Louise Thoinaeon.-: also has "weighed in with a line make cf eat love and syonpivw( in her great du- "
Reiactad matter will. not b..avrn.duni.e.. and the mocking' bird awakes you with the National Ma azine eevefaldaysnthe Mae Graves, Virginia Tiller. 'Rachel'Leake orlardprodUC8 that promises to less", and |>ray-t.h1\tthe. same Heavenly ..
,.spent -
mlltKl for.Xntnrad. ,. .---..... -.- the comlng'of:: the .dawn; where every city this week.. Mr. Agas- Berta Bryan Corrie Miller, El: a stronl bid for the, blue the ribbons Ohio alley Thisinvusiol'l Father; "wlur -in- Hl.. infinite,.lov td& ,
'. : at the Po tomc In KI..tmmee, Fla.. uooiMHElaiui body it* and happy and' nil recently wrote up the state of Georgia ma Srrrith; Mayme Prather, Phyllis Jar-I I has aroused" (, wisdom saw/ fit Sister Wilson .
; and plannmKt'o
. mail matter .. peaceful angry fdr the- same publication and his article reir', Ruth Thomas Vivan.oi! Mildred horticulturists they are her final! home, may! comfort" and siu-\ ... ..
.., words loaded nolvn;;whert eyerydins t excited -nation-wide comment ]see,- Messrs. Lee McLean, Earl Lup- bring in their beit; specimens.: Commercial tain our beloved t,sisterln .her great be-
table i Is with fresh vegetables, I j-ft'r. Stantey Bullock Russell Cole. organizations of Portland are reavt'm. 'nt. ,
l JPriiiay,, August 5,101O. and every yard is filled with frall'rantflowers Mr. M. Tiller 'reports the sale this. ard and Ixftfar,Katz, Gus Smith, How-j planning to make .a display of Oregon Grieve not dear sister,
I I week\( to Mr A. J. Meisner who lately Gilbert Joe. Buffer Woodfin arson. I apples.? Oklahoma also. has promised As the clouds: of_ night.surround us,
: where all live to enjoy the moved to our town of the north half Albert Beawlen, .Albert Parker, Kenneth l to show what the newest state 1'1) the And ''thrt.nielil seems dark and drear

4. Volume I, Number 1. of the Osceola blessings liPeand Optimism is king of block 7, in North Kissimmee, and BuUer, Henry Moon Verner ;lIis. I Union can produce in.thefruit line. The Beacon. Light of our Savior f -.
Journal, which made its! debut in this of the day and where prosperity: is' which is usually called the Green Woodall --.-- i I while Georgia with. herpeaches and Will remind ub that He in near. .
home. the watermelons alllo will) make a "strong, soul that loves and trusts -- .,
consideration The
well Him -
; being a.Jl
man's.face and the y
stamped on "
city yesterday has .bc.jeceived. HIs every Miss Virginia Makmssn accompaniesher .:
into the the fruit championship. will shield, from '
up fourigures.. -Mr.- Meisner bidder HP every fear -
i an 8-page, 6-column folio and in neat- door of hospitality: always open. You, has! "secured, a most desirable piece of father up-to Jacksonville last Md'nI I I U .* Ami in your. irreparable Ions will sustain -
night .
day returning Wednesday morn-
ly printed and filled with most interest- we are sad, very sad because we cannot property, amj/whieh can be made one ing. ... .. J. W. Miller. one of K is"j n'm..e'a you, i ,
ieg news of this section.1r. K. W. have Keller and Ferris and Hollv.and of the most beautiful homes in the city prominent (capitalists spent a day Up If you trust in His infinite care. .
and Stovall and! 'with veryxfittle trouble. 1 at Winde n..r.. last week. visiting Sam Resolved further, that copy of these
Stalker, its.editor and proprietor I Is. tlierington n McKay 101 r. Lee Jarrell is home spending H t '.
and and Law and all the while with his. pnrents..Ethel !' Griffin a/id l locking over the fine grot rexolutipnH) be unread' upon the minutes! ,
and McCreary Mrxfl
mechanicof the P
t superior ability, . Smith who was married in that sectionJim was .HO highly I also a copy be forwarded Sister Over
Journal's columns demonstrate that he rest of the poor beggars: here to help us inJfiokxonviUe{ last", Thursday -arrivedirfth pleased with lid prospects' there that I street, anti be published in the home! '

.is a writer of much fur('... There is not enjoy these many blesHiiigs. But someday his bride on Friday afternoon and J J..e and-Violf't Bullock are tathome he decided to take u ,plunge' ; and pur-i I paper.
Was met at the train by a number of after' several weeks< visit With Mr p. 1 chased from Mr. Griflin ]? I
a -xrrnurangegrove Respectfully, submitted
doubt but what it will add greatly to the wemay have money; and the jrfKiH ,
his old comrades and escorted to, hisresidence M. G. Waring of Lakeland.A .- | and four hundred acresof land. 1 J Mrs J. L. Moon Chairman,
.upbuilding; of Kisnimmee and Usceola imm<- Valley/ Gazette. / and later in the evening a _..- I I Mrll. .1. It. Gilbert
county I'aoH the, ipecac! This is too number of the members of O. 0 I. Jlow- 1. Mrn. C. W. Griffin.
pictur rd'Post and their wives large party of young people enjoy- Large desk blotters Inc Ht". thus. of. ,
much like being dead and! in, Paradmc.We lunches and arrived bring fit a ride down' the lake on the steamer I fie.. tf r k' Committee..
f. Jt riiTnVr looks ac if the publisher nf would much prefer living in a live enjoyed ing the evening congratulations.immensely and All Roseada on Thursday last week.: The t I I -
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'. a Tallahassee journal got himself in i town like San ford, where: factory whistles Mr. Smith declare, they left enough and party was chaperoned by Mrs. :Smith;
( good! things txf eat to last him and! Mrs Leach and those who went .. ..- .. .
oretty deep, Ray l the Metroplis wake you up i inXix'; morning, wher* J' Mrs--were: Milne's Ruth Thomas Maude, - -

Itj from th. following, '"'ha''' appears in the street, earn Jj ep you awake< where I, mith for a week. and Louise Thomas Margery r Bell Hear- .

the National Probibionist-"Mr, John C. every fellow uiH
Trice, publisher of Florida. published has, life 'n / ugh/ and red blood! ptmuKli who has the. contract for building, the. I IIsceola Smith. Marie Iludrileston.. I'.ltnse: ,
( Moon. Vivian and Mildred Lee Kathleen
I' Telephone Company'
i at Tallahassee, Fla. 8Wiounces his I to do. it-/.md l whl-rc there is more optimiKinancl from I'eghom), to Kasmgef.extepsion telephoned -- IVacork. Kat O'H.rrrac< I

refusal-to support Ex-Gov. Hrowar l I ,l prosperity to the spoorlush : ) in to Major T. M. Murphy.uUlUURer .lolly :Sue (CiilluHin. Alma Gritfin. :Mae i

for the United States Senatorship, UII' th **I JiiVfy' other place on this terrestriul.rnthtunl. .)(,, (of the company last evening Craws Carrie. Miller' ; :\I('"-rStt""I.,, i i fcreby r L-i- T.aU VV I '
that tinline Bullock Verner I Kill'C'hai:: " Cl'H"'rr> .
the'g'round that he Trice has was now within
( I "eight
neverwritten '
!. Wnke
brother' ( 'onwba..k
< up. miles of Whitticr. The) i'const(/et lor, WcHidlin (Carson. Ge; <.irire :nd" AlbertParker .. "a corlestatiti) POPULAR' VOTING CCNTEST
( an article nor p'ubl'shfd" an adVertisement /I to earth'' Sanford Herald l Fred '
< 1 work, is now goiiiK' rapidly" forward, and Cilbvrt.; Howard KiltHei'ch
I that he did nut. behexelo"A i it i I" : ' Unit :SteJTee. Jlillie Maki< .i-m,' Alhert K Vit GA/Ef1.
I Kditnr )llolly'h loyalty to SlI.nfo",1 itI i expected communication with Cw (1"11'1heJo/ t.'e. st ''"VL :; : t.
befor the interest "f the rominunny in Kasmger will/ I established I wiHnn the Hearden.1'L'utler..lun' : 'Fi "nul' 'I.>. !!
I wort hy 'he. h'llh."t' coinrnciidat ion. and, I \Voodwllr<( I'hii'lie, :leer , ilu1; ,
I auu ;
c which lie. lived. Tins /h- says \ \his\ religion. ,, next week or ten oIa\ -
I that city well deserves ull Ui..' 10HI l lthiiips Smith .
t I # ) When one turn ovj'r of ,
; one he luau haul about it. but Wl' fear. !| At Lakeland I. tin August !9 l. di-legatos I .
Mr. Trice's and fiimK twelve big I" all the I, of SIP'(1 -
paper his zeal luis led him to not only underestimate from towns South Florida WILL BRYAN'S MEMORYTo I
advert will meet for the of ,
whiskey m mennj/oi-oupy a very purpose organi/.m -
home other sectioji equally tie-1 u South Florida Hoard -i I
,/ lane of I Lim, inclined of Trade'Representatives "
purcentaKe/: y* space' I
| serving(, but to forget that there. is no of the following/ towns
to feel thai 1I1r. Trice's religion 'Iwrf.'t, place|j| : on this,[ mundane sphere.The are expected'' to participate: : Tanini.| Be Honored by Bronze .Table.! on --
ought to be put jr( the museum. ': Fort Myers, Arcadia Winter Haven
following( communication, whichwe Battleship Florida
/ Clearwater ,
Leeihurg, Sanford Palmetto
The Kissijri'mee Valley Cuzette received! from Sanford this week, Punta t ;orda ,
says: I r'ort Meade At a meeting bell. a few moiitt.s, ago I
"}'orty ,.t..m"; art' being ridded to the would indicate that there are sometimes Lakeland. St. Petersburg.Ilade I "ity.. Martha Reid. Ctiapter. I',. I II C deciileil; FREE VOTE COUPON

Grays\. ta., work on a fifty room hotel I yet tobeoVhlreit, ,.\ en in Lucky Orlando, Jiradeiitown: Wauchulu, Mar- to place u breuitablet on th. battleship .
Sanford :" tow Plant City Turpon Springs. . Florida! in memory of tin' lat,
wan cornmcnewl thin week another fif- I Hrosksville. "'i.,,!rnm..... SarHisnta./, Ignited,\ States Senator W J. Brvan.
concrete or brick hotel in Sanford, Fla. August 2nd. 1'tlW. I .. ,
1y- room ID j to who), e efforts Florida <>we the. honor
contemplation and there, will beat least I shier KiHsimmee' Gazettes; 'apt. Leslie' 1Mlllx: has puicha.sedone of having this splendid battleship!, hear, Tnis Coupon cnt l.t-t. M

fifty rooms to let over the new Lrlckbu"int'slO Dear Sir I was dclightiM with a tleHcription of the'launches 1 handsomest' ever and used 1 most in thesei commorlmu" her. name. The. Navy department hasbeam to twenty-five votes 25' 1the/ ) pop6 LA R VOTING/

houses going; up on broadway. of. your city in last week's/ i I i waters, which he. will run a. u passen- willingness! consulted to accept and the has memorial Mgmfied( Iu its.d! CONTEST now oeirg held by tie K-SSIMMFE' VAt. El GA-

Does that look like we are making pro Sanford/ raid 1 gerboat between henand Bassmger. the chapter will at ,once pro, red! In JET1 E,
vision for the care of homeneekers and Your city must be delightful, with It is 57 feet long, with a 27h. p. gasoline i make< all necessary' arrangements .

t visitors this winter?!" It certainly him 'eau( KWen: grass, fragrant (lowers, pure engine, ,and I the interior is handromely The design now under' considerationIs -
finished in oak. The boat Is 1 Signeu, .
etc. a bronze tablet I hearing II suitahleinscription
air and I should lovt to call
that a in Lake Kissimmee
and now
appearance activity, although where it was and surmounted lifesize
by a -
1 not marked perhaps. is noted in various place like that my home. While you left on account of a broken .shaft but bead of Mr. Hryan. An in....enption '

; i sections of the state. There will have all those things; that make lif. apleasure will be InlirViught. to the dock here as. committee has been :< .'d.consisting This Coupon; Not Good After Thursday(! Aug. 4th, 1910
lark' two Konn as t lienecessary repairs can Imade ) ofI: Terrier L'Kngl.
great; attructionw r.
be thouHHnds'nml thoUMinds of you -
The boat
I I was purchased, at chairman Mrs. R'. T. McNelty: and ,
Sanford hat We have und -
coming into Florida during the the acres 1. Myers and was on her way to I KisNirnmec :Mrs. ( ;,'orll" Warner also a "" "icommittee. t tC.
acres oi thrifty rank weeds, that when the'. accident
winter of 1'JlO-ll grow huippened.1lr
IP "assured and it ('..n"'I i><1 ting' oj( :MrFrank
* hooves th.I'opl... to make readv 1"1 ten to fifteen feet high in many parts' limos chairmaiK, :\II.J. U i !I'.f-: --I.I '
.- Vr solid : 1 II K; Cole was showing. u- ,\ estirday !llro. I Ceorire; :McCaul.-v Mr- I !I' '
forming around
a hedge the
' I rti: TimesUniou.A and .entertain HlJ! wlio eom.receive ( like, the (great walls f.f China. These an 'interesting ciKllection ol money 1..111A.,1. and :Mrs.1 |H |J. :\\IIC11 \ C. L N 11L1D R D Goodwin i Submerged Exhaust Device
tact kind
< *\ in any ol money 'is alterestmg \) fri" -nd-of :NI ,n. lrya< h";, wi-i, 't'
i; together with the perfume from the ( to this, scribe' but this WHS ,particularly cnit! rilmti to the. fn.d't", .. tl) < 'Br\ .
South Flondu board of trade isnow.projected I Moiling wells and the decaying vegetaj ,.." on account ol 'its.rarity and can, do sir" thru ii/l. u'hum' ,, 1, ills All MOTOH, BOATS
and the. of tags Mr. (Cole'Jjas, for \Several l vears', ,.
u mayors several j matter arising: from the earth of thf linaiin "I'dinniitle. m" II r""IlI'

South Florida cities. ami towns have where these. hedges grow till the cit y"Jjeun hill g 'tt of ing small togi-llH'r denomination, a,,( collection"i i-hn.-) oiold the chHptfMpn. Mdeiit :MrK: 11Falli Stickler Wcedless Propellor WheelWbiteBlakeslcfg.

been asked. to take the matte under with vapor 'no other city has outside. plasters) and now. has quite a numhc'ijj

consideration. The prospectus: t<..nt.out of"San ford.' -- .- .I > 'Jiye.Jen.JUteen.. iwt'iity-tiv.e I Co. ..
by Mayor Walker y>f Bartow, says, You might cultivate the sams.inyour and fifty cent bills'jssued, prior 'to and FRUIT EXHiBiTION ]i I. j. Manufacturers."of Gasoline"Engines2to25.h. /. .: ,..
: during the 'ivil.war.. There is lit- . .,..I J-luiiid; '
\.ryl ; p. .Supreme. for
amongother things that "the Simplicity' Durability and Economy
object .
if any'dty officers :
city, you) have witl'ipush this kind ;" ';< 'i1. :
Ile of
j ) of
of : money out 'now.j ] 1 ) ,, . .
1"4' '
organization Is to establish aitjtractive'J p iik' V "I w
antl'enrgy1ike\weJiaveglrThis;! ) ) ; ,*,, none at all In' general cir uJationit; be '# West- j and i South to J i Compile at! Cin1'I" ..\ 41,1 " "' '..,. ':." UJIJlu'\rlJllt.l'.lIy"-'IZ"! .' .: :..)." .,. , ,.., :," ,, :.\,JI,\ ,
; headquarters I in" .Jacksonville ,' no'doubt.fis! ; wheri wet\ get the'narne'bf Ing; all In the hands ofcutiodeiiI, .rut.' and.], .'." :, ; > . "-* n 1| :tJ'irJi' 1 .1 ,:; ti :; J\,\".,; '''', ' :' r: ' ''".'1--(> ." " ,.i \ '; "'> ,".'\ '
for the entertainment of. and giving; in- relic hunters ." '.. cinnati.for F'I'ost' lIGoe Address Kisi-iiiimee,. Fltf '
"Lucky Sanford Besides, in the past "t, Supremary'I I ; or Call at Residence<\ on. ilJiard'q Island.
formation to people coming i/olto i Florida ,
few years I think trod; in Hih mtrrv Li'.tle' : :Almme' 1'11"Ih'. eight' year On tl.( :2'tli! of Augll-t! .- tin t. "I*!
I' and to do all.).hat CUM be done" lu i, .sent frost to this region. okl I daughter oflrs L V. Pi'lleywhile '' Cincinnati' tli!.,-rt will 1 bar a fi n, t ,, m"i I. -i oHn B. Stetson
attract people to south Florida. Iii" "God( moves in a mystcriou-, > placing with sume oth,*,r childrenon'a between thf West "ill I south. the/ i' :a. Unrvorsity

', campaign proposed also arid 1 to to conduct make exhibits an, advertising iiiJacksonvilleund His woDilers to perform. pile of lumber Hroadway. last sio'.. lit ing the opening,' of ih- n' n' \ ."- LINCOLN: 'Hill I.KY. Ph. II., I ill. I D., I.I. I)., i'rrsidenl
? I I I.. S. II. Tuesday evening' dislodged tumie heavjpieces Icy Kxnosftion; As \it t Flomla! a-
Isew hefeshnwingthepro- I i ff lumber and fell the. timber mudi no pro'\ 1510! ffjrentering: this., contest , 1 1HE BEST SCHOOL Tiourvii\ fm FOR YOUR CHILDREN
a ducts of South I'lorittand its advantages 1' Commander < i. E. Tarl>ox, of (Jen.; falling (Mi her and pinning her. down. but no tune should, he 'lost l\, mir BICND T H Hi Jf TO 8 T E T BON
as a place to live and prosper. The O. (). ]Howard Post G. A. H. ,. waR in I I Some men standing near hurried to her 'growers in am dying for space to make' 4V rrutvssors and Instructors
'+ names of most of the towns and I,I I St. Cloud on Saturday last on I businessconnected I ,assistance. and removed the lumber I an .exhibit for everyone knowhurl, ( 17 University Buildings College College of of Liberal Law Arts
I cities eligible to membership are givenas ; with the Campfire at Kissim- currying her into the Oscrola I'bar- the fruits grown in this state are without ), 28 Acre Campus of
follows College
: Fort-Myers, Arcadia I mee -Wednesday last While we !jn; cy, whore she was attended to by equal.In S81! Students Lafit Year Technology
Winter Haven Palmetto , j much: regret! that Comrade Tarbox .'snot I ifrs Rivers and l II| ,ucks. She was unableto speakuig of this exposition' tht S2M E.009.00 EndowmentI5,0 College of Business
Leesburg, Sanford, Punta a resident oT our town, wf much Bland up and ,it was thought at first Cincinnati Tfihen-Star Prt'paratoryAcademy
I! : says"There fl Volumes In
Gorda Fort Meade, Lakeland, St.Petersburg appreciate the fact Library Normal and Mo that he is that she
an hut
acquisition was seriously injured, late is going to b* a ;ne ry littlecontest $10.f((I/.OO Pipe Organ
flS Dade City Tarpon j' to our neighbors in Kisnimmee. I reports from the little, patient State 1' fdr sectional 1 fruit supremacy 10 Largo Laboratories School of Mechanic Art
Springs, Orlando Bradentown Wau- i Our comrade. has very friendly feelings that she), is able to sit and Science School of Music.
i3roks now up the j! inaugurated; in this city August 29: !>. wheni Unsurpassed 1 General Equipment
chula, Bartow, Plant City I towards St. Cloud and its post and is a hope is entertained that she will soon i the OhiuValley Exposition This'combat School of Fine Arts
ville Kissimmee and Sarasota.", Times- I| welcome visitor here.St.. Cloud opens >*>flhi. d.rmll..I." vump rim I nunr some. Carrfnt' DilniinNli il,.., .,
Trib- be her 1 thorough
bright and winsome little siltI : i when :Irnw.n, , upnvtMim
+ Union. :i une. was started LQH Angelesannounced and ni. a nun le. ,", i'f'.iur.i or ..e.... I ,r .n.,.- " > ?. I frwrvauoiu. xldfro
1 I again. j I tharlweukL( require about < JO -'N n. STKTSON: UNIVERSITY. Dui.ANii. FLORIDA. I

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a,r-+ T- BUY i. We want you to read this carefully. .

A : People are just waking, ii'il to the fact that the K i SHI turn ee Prairie is a storehouse of wealth It wi

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

Where on earth can a man f.ind ajt ideal climate, such as we have in the Kissimmee

r Homeon with'a rich soil that will yield him from $10O to $200 per acre Valley, in combitiatioii ,
per year, and yet buy both soil

and climate for ONLY $20.00 PER ACRE. '.'

FE That is what We are really selling in Florida) soil ujid 'climate.. Without the climate the soil could

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

i' And then think of living i in a climatewhere. malaria and heat prostrations are unknown;

there i is no coal to buy or chilly raw weather to endure. Get away from these thil1 mid where
s. What is
BeautifulKissimmee i of enduring them when it isn't necessary. + the use


and $20 month. You will TWENTY $20 down
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;-I Get busy. Do it now. The early bird hot only catches the worm but has the pick of the

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

Prairie HUNTER LAND r COMPANY Graystone Bldg

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: i :.Thc] KISslmffi6CNall6U (Gazette 'The Kissimmee Drug Cd.'s piano' con = LET'us: help; you make a fortune. We I' <;'" L. ------r : t:.

test closed, July 31, Mrs; Bunyan Stephens -. I .have 3,000 acres of muck and 1,000 Plf PUlZLf-' .
TELEPHONE NO. winning the piano. and t.beAmeri Classified Advertisements- acres"of hammock and pine land with i .' \
'. . can. Woman's" Lea mi e being .a close I a water frontage of five miles, and Inn .if
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{ second.: ten minutes ride Can Produce the"sticces. .
*. ', by buggy of Kissim-I
'PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY ____________ that ,
mee we will
| sellyou for *25' an *
. Mr. T A. Brown .
arrived in
1 '-U--r from Jiustis: this week bringing- Advertisements. are Insertedunder this head .at. the ratj> of 8 Ceaf.. C M.acre Breaker.; part cash 4, Co.balance on time. H., With Seven Straight Cuts "rT. .,'. '

, : i W. B, M RRIO. _>'' hisfamily and household goods and "' .per. line. each..' Insertion.WARE. .. .. ". ... ... F RSArJliful, Kissimmee, Fla ... city council ot a certain town .

=.::::;-': '--:'::;;:::::::-- =--= :'- ::- will become a. permanent resident of . 'J. home,, built and having passed an ordinance that no' -
I this city. '" i4 formerly owned by Hon. J. W. \'Vaton '
-. .. ; hous..ho'ukf '
; th.1un .Qrlando' AN Intelligent ton earn 1100 .> cut a pie into a .'
r. .. ay ; now being thoroughly: renovated *
.- :Mr. Tarbox was exibiting to his W"Dann'--' : 1 monthly COn-h.o"dl1g; ; for new paper -. inside and out; quarter (block; plen- greater number of pieces.than could be

: Weather i Report friends last Monday a copy of the New REMNANTS sale atC. *. No canvassing. Send for pat-1 tyofroom; servant's house and stable.- obtained by seven straight cuts, of a -

', York JIerald, published in 18C5,., and PICTUliES.framed at the Hom6 ticulars; Press Syndicate, U 2245, Price $4,000, one-third cashbalance in knife, Mrs. O'Flahertyt offered a.

containing an aCcPunt: of the assassination ......:. -gtgre.FOR. --- Lockport.. .. N.Y. one, two and three year. at 8 percent prize to the first !..." .
'wh will show
-- -- - person
;.+ : Following are the daily; temperatures :' of President. Llnc!>In. .SALE-Four good mules. 3. W. -. ." Interest Address! one of the owners
,( her how 'to .
.. Miller. NOTICE Kissimmeo and Taft. We' Arthulf E:_Donegan, Xlsslmmeo Fla. divide pie into the'greates
'i'' ... . and. precipitation( as M688r J. W. Miller, A. S; Nelson -I.DWELLINGS.ifor.. ____._ have a" few A 1 fresh milk cows for roR ,tnberor.plecea. .with.'seven. straight' .
the. Government and L. H. ingraIn to Winde- M. TI ... -,.?.,.-=The IW-ahng property
went-up to
--it reported by r rent. apply! sale. Lambert: & Vivian- cute-wit a knife Is *
) handsome
; ter of block house prize a -
- { -" station at Kisslrriinee. for thqwe'elr .mere Tuesday and spent the time' between ler, .,. ..' ,31-2t-' Orlando Jo Ia. adjoining court ; .
: the whole of block silver cream pitcher which --'
.. trains looking.over the lands and - -- quarter ( filled with can
-1'- : ) ending August, ..1910.Friday ( groves in that beautiful section. REMNANTS in lace and embroiderVatU TIN roofing\ ,' guttering; pump work: bearing orange and othec fruit trees; be seen at the VJlpr! Gazette office -
. : { I IIU'I W. Dann's. Hf w. have the goodj, tools and men to .sufficient fruit gotten .from place to and the competition is -open to all sifcj rscriber.
] HIM. KAIN Messrs. Rob Alderman and hiram pay taxes and insurance, of ,
do first class work. The Pioneer plenty
; of the cattle : : and publicati6ps at shade trees ideal to the Valley Gazette until .
two -
.. . 947I. Moody, largest owners M'CALL'S patterns Plumbing Shop., . 30-t ; place for home. Price
-' on the lower Kmalmrnee Valley A. S. XJilburt's. '- Z6tf -- - .- $2,500-11,000 cash, baanee In one August 15th. Cut off .coupon below '_j_ 'I
Saturday . 93 74 range, were in the'Vity for a few days, SEWING Machinesency.orSinmger" and two years at 8 per cent interest. and fill in pie blank > pace with your

Sunday. . 8?. 72 1 03 leaving on Monday by auto for Baain-.. FoR' fresh fish, phone the Rull 19-tf Bass machines.. Cash or on easy payments.; Address! owner. Arthur E. Donegan, answer and. mail with a diagram of
,. er. Market. No. 18*: "1.00pt'J' month, Machines. rented Kissimmee, Fla: 5o-tf
. -,_ Monday . 86 76 ? . sealed with address .
--- The Home Store. 21-tf jpTeTin a envelope :your -
.. Tuesday . . . 88 73 C. D. Carroll Miss Carrol and Miss : FOR dressed poultry, phone the Rull i FOR Quick Sale-40( acres good oithj3 outside, to the Pie Cup. .

Wednesday. . 92 73 .: Armstreet of KisRimmee, are among Bass Market," No., 189. 19-tf FOR SALE or Exchange for good city land, with 90 orange ; boaN ',iii Valley Gazette office. All -
those who enjoy occasionally Sundays --------- -- --- --- property-2 cylinderReo; Touripg tearing; 4-robm box country tc fai1- .
. _Thursdt' 1M - in Tampa. They were at the UeSoto BUY your hosiery from If. C. Stanford Car complete; used only a very short smoke iiounp. stable and ... answers will be opened on August 15,

". w1r-Th-.. -- .. yesterday, returning home that . Co.,- and save, 25 per. > ent.. 31-tf time Arthur E. Donegan; ,. 'acres under cultivation: the .' in presence of W. B.\ Harris and S. J.*
e" 'nlng. -Tampa Tribune. ROOMS'for- -- --- Rent-Apply- to Mrs.! D. 31-tf ICissimmee, Fla. adapted fruits and. to the growing of citrus Triplett, and prize awarded to the cor-i ,.
-- """"' ------ Messrs.'F. M. and Edgar Oliver of M. Breaker.' 31-tf FOR SALE-Several desirable lots MX house.' well shaded with; good treei. ; fenced water"; rect. answer ot that earliest date', as eyi-

Savannah, Ga., spent u few days' here BUY shoes from-A.. S. Gilbert. 150- feet, desirable locality prices I On fwo sides by creek, on two sides! dencexl by postmark on); envelope.

this week having been called to the your low prices. 25tf ranging from fifty dollars up, monthly I by barbed wire, use1 of 70 acre enclosed ------ .
Fresh stock
THE LOCAL FIELD. f bedside of their mother, Mrs. J. S. Oliver ---- -- --.,- ----- ,- ---_.. --- installment plan perfect title.. Arthur pasture goes with the land: COUI'O -
who was seriously ill. We are GO TO J. M. Post to gef)'our jewelry, E. Donegan, Kiaijimmee' "Fla. 28-tf. situated by land lines 2 ]-2 miles from For Mrs O'Flaherty. 1 have dividedIn
pleased to note that xhe is now considered watchesafll clocks repaired. 23-tf Court'House; by county road 5 miles;
out of danger.Mr. MUCK Jand near Ki8imrneejQp which I less titan one mile from railroad : 1 nieces all angles, and different liz-ed,
------------- : flowing wells obtained .m
IN-8 can
f FOR SALE-Good cook stove; will l bring 1-2 miles from Campbell Station; \ 'This pie.A .

Mrs. C. V. lieanlen vmited Orlando W. C. (Uilbert, assistant pass \nger sell cheap. S. W. Downing. 28-tf ing from $100 to 8200 per acre. I can price *25 per acre, or $1.OOO; $f>OOca..h large ,. a small pieVe\ digestions!
.. piece
sell! the
kind of land
yesterday. agent for the, A. c. L. at this jilace.left ", you same for l<25 I balance In one and two years at ;
/: with ultand a set an acre. H. M. Breaker & Co :28-tf consulted I .
yesterday. for a month's, well deserved SI'ENIJ your cash get : 8 per Cent Address Arthur K.: Don-
Horn, io Mr. am) Mrs. Anthony A. vacation. lie will make Denver of dishes, free. A. S. GittJert.. 25tf:; ; I Kan.Kismmmee, Fla., And sections\ in all have resulted
FOR SALE Leu.rn, to be .
( anoperator. I
daughter. 'olo., his headquarters" while away I MUTTON fresh. fat and fine at the. With a telegraph instrument, earn I i\ Ofbie..

Mr. MakoimVaring, of f Lakeland and take. side trip 10 otli<>r. places o1iuiterct |! Rull Bass Market phone 189. 19-tf the money easily. Telegrah.instru- A Correction Call for Uids.Notice
in i tlie) fur wevt .
week. with
was in the city this ment wire and alphabet for I "
: EilitoV, \
i AGENCY of the White St'-'IRundry;; **2.00.) Apply to Bradley hens, Valley Gazette.;
Ev.' rvre I likes to I help t those. iontestuntt t I Th' waili. art now going" upc n (C W. at I the I I omitS tore. I'hone I 154.:; KissirnrvieeFlu.' Please allow mi* spacV III your colI I 'is hereby given that the Boardof
that, help. \ tlieniHt'lvett.Ur. . ClriH'iri1'-; flew brick rhouie. ', which ,' I umns to make a few' corrections( in the County Commmsioner-s will meet on ft
when ,completed., ) . will] be u handsomeUIH WOOD per strand; $1.26; five strands WH EN visiting St. Cloud!. our Kissirnmee I announcement w ii it'Ii, appeared i in the August ].')th. lit the. office of the Clerkof '
KV.. Downing is moving{ inlu( ( commodious" htructure. :H5x7.r! ; feet \ $!:'.,r,. Kissimmee Lumber Co. 2t-tf', .. to muke their Valley Gazette: relative I to my brother's the Cii cuit Court for th...purpose ofreceiving .
his handsome new residence loday. death. bids for the. construction and
Mr headquarters
two stonejhig'l Grflin| expect'to with the St. Cloud Drug f .
Horn to Mr.\ unit Mrs. R. I Wnring, liav, it reudy. f.r oeeupunrv, liy (Ut.. I HAVE, vou seen the: "I 'r'lllt" in "Walk Co. All the popular drinks car, be Regarding Ms. age, he Will not the I grading of 28 mile of prairie road extending

August. 4th. a daughter.llihgenre : I tol'er. )lI.N < Overs"lust arrived at C. W. 'Dann's. had lit. our soda fount und our 1 ice youngest. son but next, to the oldest. from Whittier to'Hassinger. .- I I.
on Thursday I cream is.i the best that can be rna I I, l m tin-i. mother cif tfixxl luck. I r. A A. 1 loll. accompanied by Capt I f.; O!{ t Ii DOSES "f(;fj"; will curt' any" case I I he, was and his death occurred, at the I bf hadin i application-' to the Clerk of

_. I It also bi-gets u |>ano in the \J I3' iu- F. F II uit i president, of the Hunter | of dulls, and Fever. Price 25c. ]4.26tI THE person who buys the 4KJO-acre( home, of his sister. Mrs.1 James Brutton. the Circuit Court. The CommiHsionersreserve
ztt I.' contest.Mr. Land Company, made I Fiji' this. weekto tract-of muck und, hammock, land one In behalf of my father and mother I the right to reject any and. all
company'" eamp1near\ Basmger' I IPRENTIS sells Kimball pianos and Jor- and II quarter from Kissimmeeat and other member of the fumrly, I bids.'
and ?Mrs. Martini C'arHini. ivturnd got hg dowri' ,ir'tt.i company '5 Huick\ auto 1 gans. See him lit The Hume Store.l'UltNl11J $25 per acre 'jaileR will double' hit moneyin wish to sincerely thank the good people'of -I Jo:. L. LKSLKY: Chairman. "

.. on i Tuesday from It visit, to relativi" truck, and earrying a supplies' fort I twelve months. Write H. M..Breaker I Kissimmee, for the. many kindnesses AKTIITK E.: })ONEGAN. Clerk. -

in (;leojrmlx ( Ii- camp.' i ) ) rooms with board. -. & Co. Kisj-imrnee, Flu.) and j extended us during IIIH illness and I
I KiLtf:! Mrs. W. W. Saunders. will tell ul' alxiut death and shpuUl II opportunity, Contest Limerick.
"v'rpres..nt ami' Joe Jriflin' more" they you it.
1 .M time" 1 IB ;,. \ t-r found. (CVl busy: I. .. itself we will most,
contest right down fr ir.. \V "irid'rn.rMofldlI3' a,fternoon willingly re- There maid in the contest ,
III the, ValleyJiaelle; : ( \ LIST with R. I). Warm { was a
I p.operty
the with relativeshere I your ; FOR SALEOne of the few truct of I cijirocate. J. Elmer Sharje.Publa .
and night call "best1'And
away spent I & Co. for quick saltmit :State Bank On..lay made a on her
that hIR keepmnbusy land within the, city: limits that has
Sam states '
2.'Wf: said, "II you'll have m*
tine Hummer Hearing( land( and I building."' 'not been Bubdjvittecl, (consisting of 40acres | Notice
Mt-i-HrK (;cu K.: uiul Alln-rt I'urkerl.uvi' I You must busy: beAuiol
gtinu( '. to (;'orjolIl on a 'ummeracution planting orai. gi': grovev! I COUPONS j given with every cash pur- and .XX;; adjoining land selling for $:j.) i Notice i is hereby given: by Mr. Joseph 11a subscription invest. 5.,
redeemable in dishes. at A. S.Gilbert's. 0 per acre; my price for quick
I chase
\ trip.Mifcs i N. Thompson of Washington I D. C. I -- -
S. .1)Triplet' formerly a Tampaprlflt..r sale #:27.1)0 per acre. Address A. W. .
that he is not and never has been officially Business in KiR imml.'e is good in all
and president of I the localtypographical Justus; Sanford, Fla. 2K-tf I
of Tampa.urrrv..d I
Kmilie Mourgtim. :
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tlie ] connected with the Osceolu Land I lines this summer, even the Mayor'scourt
in city
union I is t-hil-
of few ( for
for 11 ( women I
in city stay with hi", wife for a few days visiting t men stock to II< you are thinking of locating in ] and Investment Co. The use of his during the month of July shows -
reduced Big
with friends.Contracter dieri at ..
weeks friends. He is connected with the I I I select from. ('all prices.early and get your Florida come to Wimleniere and let :I name as an officer thereof has been the! largest receipts of any one monthin ,
Frank Hass i begun li'yii'K Kisnimme.. Valley Gazette.; Tampa I while they last. me show you some of the best fruit without. his knowledge or consent. the history of the town the fines

It.founilation for the new fifteen, TribuneMfhri. I :sie'Jl-tf IJ. C. Stanford Co. I and vegetable lands in the state; .Further "publicly. disclaims any re- and impounding fees amounting to I
xini hotel, for R. H. Savage.Mih I I fronting on- lake and ,protected from I sponKibility for any busines already *419.25. John Barleycorn howvver ,
.. Jack Bas and Blmore Wilsonof FOR choice .Vaire: suburban home, I old. Five, and ten acre 11 acts at nrn-es :and liereaftei done with or credit heretofore was responsible for only a small shareof !

Kunice Anderson. of Plant t'lty, St. loud were. in this city' Monday i I tracts nee Kissimmee. Gardens .1. M. and suit. S. S Grifliri owner. ur hi-ri-iiftei, jriven said ,'om.a.ny. the lawlessness, as there were only

IM tin-, fui-st, of Misn (Corinne (Cillxrt;,i of I and "pail the Gazette otlice u pleasantvisit. ; _'I'Iminon.,! Ji.m 2 t thin city for a few days. JllI'k" one of the proprietorsof -
St. (Cloud )Uurg/: Store. and rex>rlbusmes' .. FOll") KENT Several nice otlice rooms 'I -
Attention of ini>tor'lx> tmen I IK ciill.ilto and everyflimg going i C I IDann.
T I goofl in Frateri .t\ I Ili.l! AI'lly.0| \ W.I
J, .. tin1 advertisement of Mr. C. I I.. I Mil-I I aloug smoothly II that thriving city. :Secretary.; j I
hard in' this'issue, I i i
I K. \ lioy rf-iger; sjient Monday in the WAXTKI: : To exchange: double-barrel I II
Mr. iI 1. C CHSM-IS. if UaiiMCity' I cits wit, Inbrothii, II. I II)i. (Gcigcr.Mr ; !/: I breech-loading, I shotgun, for a I bicvcle,
WIIH transactIMK I,UHIIII--S III Kiisimmee; Geiger; '/ ,i- rnukinx, a tourf. :t.e! Addre I MIX tj',17!! ( ItV. "iJIHf: !
, Monday.Mr( Stati t Ii the n t tr.-t o.1( C,..luml>,ia College : :.. I PARK

I 1 UIXl "',""n'ld.I'Ih... OUlllKjk eM't'lMl'j FOR SM.Kat a BargainSawmill, 5.IKK) I
llailc( leading;,1 -
WeMon II '
) j ugly! l>rirht| -loi plfinlid, mstitution. f..t. .capacity Tan.l lil l'r. Apply! \to .
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,1' St Cloud\ Kpi-nt, Mundii.% in'hiK : I
i > -r - !S.' S. (Criflin; (;otlma. Fla. _!4-tf . .J Woodull' tisiw' & ,relurneiif rom i IJ J) !Mr.V A :McCoo!. of !Beaver Falls: FOR bargains k .in resident property' I II. IJ ., lQ- 'WILLs-STAND INSPECTION .0. .

and J'a., ami./,, Kisstiminei;, wholtufu" .. a visit-to_ friends ilL Jsje.w. Jersey' ; three week herb 'looking after -J j. .11. 'M. Breaker. KiBsimmee. Fla. 4-tf J -- a. r--
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irook)1nN.Y. ,, ,, .
mailers' jeft .011'W'dl1l'I.<, -' .
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::1" f'1Itfl'J! ;;, '* J. :t.I., rBulk)uwJreturneil; i toj, 'h'r) ; day for 'lortlf time Carolina enjoying),, ;jwherq, tKeVlnvigoryating '! he, 'willispend 'FLORIDA: .sehoc, itilvr;' ,. }-'Jorida Teach- 1 : -...1 Tv.l o ( (,S<1..,\1 "\u''. 'n;,,: .. ,. H1tn I tatiftvtng/.I' 'H 1 letter I eat entirely' .unsolicited! : and' Is published. by n.n'unt;; " : . .
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;'i.L i ( in m CuifoOn.., i, after:: aypleaian; | ; Home, '' 1ountainl..t- f"MI' !v'' .
and fru'mU.jiiiv1'this atmo \>her_ ,of thel! '' ; th
m visit, ..with i rulatiyen, term Herbert 'Speir/Mariafina)
I "''cHy: : ' .las 1-'.. Browi the, pllol".IrUp".r. Fla. 20 t S-t>t 1 j, /. .. cisl

I anil I II. ('. Itoft ft liei. i .-in, i L.
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SPECIAL; I }11 Iusi.u't: r i."V> on at
of ejicli :lit "ant-
tn viev. -
; St. 4luiuj j-t
Stanford spi-nt, WidiiiiUiy in I' Star t'ur" Co.Reduction: ot :Zrper > .
I ( 1 11.
.. holdingieus -
tsiii trait i 1' en' e.tin. /:
nii-roantili-t i .re
.ktn after t thi-ir I Vkl.iluthey
I loi "
\ u.f. till :Mr !Itn.'Ai.I lii-: miii, .tily i i-nt froin "njruiat l Irh' .

I that, i 1y. I lifgun, work ,m 11./ "ihuge "-'i-untrnct t t : _!last..:.. --,- :i/.t l !!: .. ICOs

Mr. and Mrs. S. II. Itulltxk iind,I little whii-h. it wit.. takt -.'\ 'ral inonths", to OFFI"K) .fixtures filing/: minuet. and >Ur,

non spent the}. day in Orlando yesterday.Mr . complete) labor i-avir.g deviceof all kinils.Yawman Kiusiwmee i i \ai-lfcy LanG Company '
that! I & Krbe: make. See; lrentis 1
}Itullork )having buxini-ns in |
St. Cloud I tloujo
I >ieil at her tesjseuce' near *
at the liomtStore.. Ki SB iimue e Fla. .
city I [ Junction on Wednesday August :M, i iMrs. /

Mr. Hopkins I has returned from a Hopkins. an aged lady who movedto FOR SA LI-: Five, innlots, within t G ntlewen'I I 5*
tins section from the North last fall. of the limits. Prl"- *175.I .
visit to his old Kentucky )borne, where sight city -
tiim over l"t"l'lI\f'nt'in the St. Cloud cemeteryveKttlIay. I Installment plan perlect title Arthur I I.-. ,
I have FIorida1.l6okedover
he hail'a very pleasant : since i coming to
of undertaker J.
.n charge ( I E. Donegan, Kissimmee. Flu. 2K-tf .'.
I days.
again( ) his boyhood W deal 1 of 1 i and unimproved j and -
Thompson - ---- --- -'-- - a great land'iinproved i ba*.
E. White. uf St. WE can sell orange grove for a reasonable '
Byron your
Mr. and Mrs
heard a variety of s.tories that would. 'befuddle' LayS.
Cloud autovd into this, city yexterdayafternoon Mr. Harrington K. Barns presidentol I price on f-hort notice. List (

returning home- in the even the KishimmeiValley. Land Company with us and allow us a 'hanc.0\ verIfy anyone. I am certainly i l5befUdd1edI i in regard to I Uft
spent a few days In the city thisweek ,| thl!! statement. R. D.Waring &Go.FOR3ALiN1ce I I 4 shall
ing. in consultation with Mr. J. W.Muttoocka making a selection of-Florida land. Still after a '

- Mrs. H. W. Thurman has tlie, popular to Mr., local Barns manager thinks for the the, verandas, flowing well.luur-room desirable cottage locality ,- seeing land much heaper than yours I have just .( '- cornos1v4-

. hostesS 1'hiladelbhia of the to Graystonc spend a ft'wIVe..kR gotir pany.very bright for a big business in Kissimmee price $tOO, liberal terms. Arthur aboutconcluded; that yours would be the cheapest \

with relatives. 1'ark real estate this fall' E. Donegan, Kissimmee--! -- Fla. 28-tf in the long run and therefore I wish to know what j ztp, *

\ Mrs. II. K. Overstreet. of Miami, ac Mr. and, Mrs. S. J. Triplett returm.dhonlt' FIVE and ten. acre tracts of the finest you' have left between the-McCool Dock and the ore-of
where frUIt lands in Florida". fronting. clearwater -
I, companied, by her bright little children and from Tampa Wednesday brief visit. Mr.Tnilett lakes -thoroughly protectedfrom Hotel Site. Can you sell we a tract near yours ? I
Mr.\ they had been on a ;
i m the guest of her parents cold. S. S. (Jriflin, owner ; j'
Mrs. T. A. Hass.Misses ; has been on the sick list for Gotha Flu. :32-tf refer to the tract you had cleared and fen'pe'dfor \ ciatlon.sctitbe.
but is feeling
the past several days, '
Sarah and Rosa Regero returned much better now. and returned to hiM JYONE anywnere can start a mail your own planting. I would like to get'a'I good

I Saturday night from Orlando work in the Valley Gazette office Wed order business at home. No canvass piece of land bordering on the Lake and extending decided,

1 where they spe/it the past. week with nesday.Clerk. ing. Be your own boss. Send for free straight back. Say tvto and a half acres Beach { "
relatives and friends.Mus booklet. Tells how. Heacock, A 2144.
V .. of the Court W. T. Crawford-- Lock port. N. Y. Front Fi-ve acres Prairie ten acres Fruit Land even rclal or
most attractive arrived in the city last
Ruth Overslrcct U of Cairo. Ga.; present
(girl from Kissimmee. 1 is \i iit- Friday, having come down to join Mrs.I'I F] N'E lands, imrtrov.ed or unimproved, if it did not .join. ., 1,0001minthi

mir her friend. Miss Cornelia Morrison.Tampa \ Crawford and. the baby. who have been I I large or small tracts high and dry, Let ID e know as soon as you can anti if you
the past. month with Mrs.
Tribune.The spending of beautiful clear waterlake. '
('raw ford'" parents. Mr. and, Mrs. .J.j I on margin. Write for prices' and! terms to think best I will come Ki.ssiraititae: and we- ,

contestant that puts.. forth contestant ilfortaccomplishes M. liirdner; and accompany t S._S. Grill ,.. >wner, Guth ', Kla. a- -tf will 1 look thing's 'over axain./ I think this wouldbe : nhabnt.My
I results, hu t the home.Amon. I
who puts forth extra, l.troTtUN.m., FOR SALE or Exchange for good city a better' plan] bowtver: I ui 1 1 not COIL -until I 1 I "
pushes Krrater r..t .
excursion you.
r ; i t e to Tampa. .on..the_ WI 1'.it._ I I 'arl complete. Will sell outright or ., $
Mr. II. M. Settle. contest inaii.iK Mut\tlul were .\>11'. aunt. nirs. m. i ri'ramMit'tle exchange for good tfroperty.Address I.
for the Valley (iazette.: t will I bepleasedto I I, I daughter, Mrs. I H. C. Stan Arthur city L. }ont'gall. Keep.: Y u u r I s: 1xIntnthlY

have all persons n> the contest( call ford and two children. Mrs. 1". W. :Ill-tf Kissimmee, Fla. .
on him at the Valley Gazette; otlice."Mrs. ''l(Grilfin. and son and Mr* Thomas Van II ( Figiiedi I Ij }

. I 1 Duzor 1 and granddaughter I,t ( THE; EM PI RE Life, Insurance Company Or OTin
AtTanta Gen. ]
J Wi Watson sac-ailed to wants a good, UHf' hnK agent in this Delivery :
p. feilays ago to attend the bed- Two cutting( scrapes among' the negroes locality at once. A profitable occupation -
Hide of her daughter. 'M r.... Met tie Harper i III North KihBimmee. areTex| ,rtedbv will be the, result if you write j I T aiupa Fla. -

who is reported! seriously ill. i Marshal Mcl'hatter! thin week. to P. A. Run!, District Agent )Fort hiATJ tilp
WoodHon Muse! carved Ed Sherman for Myers Fla. Do it now. sing to
Capt. H. H. Marks and Mr. Cramer.4ivo Under a livehundred
I which he is now I '
of Sanford'u leading real estate dollar bond and 1 Walter Bellamy used WE have, for sale 4,000 acres of land Itptszt
\ ..n. were at the}, Graystonelast. even, a kmfeon hit better half I but escaped near Kissimmee that will produce ... I

in if. to the tall and uncut. 1,000 worth of vegetables every year.
We are offering it for sale at $25 an $
Capt. T. A. Bass. of Fort My..rB.was Mr. J. If- Harris, an experienced! acre. H. M. Breaker Co. 28-tf ,
& the city this week on a visit to and builder arrived in the ,
his family. whb are spending. .some Jim" contractor last week from Portsmouth Ohio. FOR SALE- A residence which cost -
with relatives here. bringing his family! and household l $2,500; 10-acre() orange grove and 100 I '

goods, and expects' to tuuiattpermanent- acres fine timber land fronting on a .
V Mr. E. G. Fewell-n large in Klssimmee. He has rented the beautiful clear water lake, half mile
owner, o f the Rosalie section. wa. m ly near. the Lake House, from railroad, postoflice and school. I
(hit city Wednesday\ on his.. way' to where r>ann cottage he and hit- family, will reside, for !Price $,000.( S S:; Gridin owner II
Tampa I where he had just shipP'-d' a the prejent. ,Golha.; Flu '32- I f I --'i.

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-ST.. CLOUD r-L_ A Great i t Loren is beingshown, by the weeks with Miss! 'tfKert', on JVmisyl'vania\ '' I : Best. \ '

-.wmlMn.w.PULL. .. people of, St; Cloud In the popularity !>HVfrniP. corner of Eighth street One ( : .
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contest being1: run IJY\ ChV Valley'Gazette'Several of the bout features of the aid-moon ," . -
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.1.M\ : 1f.q':; <:( . HARDWARE,: 'i" 1I 1- entereil tho contesfand/ nave begun 1 ItiUud.! "IVople-will: THjk.- ; .,'" -'MS-.,'results, but results: with a 1'1(01-( ,11. The I ui-fr of fer'til'izeri
I '" work to sccui-p the $IIIU piano which is A g'o..1\ lU-ul of building i i. jjoiwjj ' .
,. 1..,,*. F.Bel" &. Hurollur. Oils and Varnishes ilnssonre "Crv.A. the tint ,pri/.e. .. \ rpt, ,',ally in' tin. -oulli, ;iMt-rM part IHKAI./ : l ri'.KTII.I/.KK: ,produi.the, right ,-H", I t. fwith ,,r, n \Mik-
r err and Dishes Farni.elna.! i Huts Til"' luddll1l-tliut I w a., Used I :is ;a schoollu.ii of town. Four or t Iivo\ < hinilnn' i'f-i-, :\iiture; The pn-fereni-e ..f cieli. ,cla-s( of \ eg. 'tit: i.mour. I fur, Usf
f s and .Clips l.adicV Ho.c. .- .at h, i ii ntcr" Luis been. im"\-d. In tin dent ,-H are now nearing,, "rr"mplt nMii. -- e of plant fooil i Iv > iirefull. } stmhed I .is' well .1- the. i 'n''I.>| .. tor.- Rana
.- - i I".n nt. !tI.)><. C.; \. K.: lot ruin will be used \\ II. I..tuna"d' 1 little>.. firlxnrrivicl portions'to. give perfect, balance. no lark, no wale| tier
I '" GRAIN, FEED AND FERTIMZKRS I j. r ,i teinpoiarv' ; f C; A. I It: hail: it hein { in .>1. (CloiKl! W"'i n,'-. ,. .,'..I tot" intention, in tlae fiitme to build a her husband,! and !tw<' *cm-, who> art uln'aiK and insects to' ;" great > x"III." and being trio' g( ,n.U. 'igorous.produces .
o' two -loiv, brick on I the. front portion; of li.*nMr.. Katun. is i an .-\pfnrnriil fruit, that. pleasing .lo I lie ey.. anil pal.ile.. tI.t brings' .N.
J Grocery Located, DM :N.. V. Avc2 doors from't.. rtu\il, Ilnlvllardwaie the lot. jcwrliT ami watch ri'pam'r.' financial. r""r", )pleading lo the growerIo :
i ) Store IVnn. Avc.. near 11th St. Among the excursionist, t. lo Tampa :M. F. 11t.Iraw I fxpivti, to move hiirurcry not lose the, maximum profit due you\, by using |M>orlb.-dnnc.dI. !
Moinla,,, were !Mrn.l AII..r.. oll. !Mrs.Hre. 1 tort* into himw t>uililm>; on plant fiHxl I from improper sources. /IHKAL; slamls. for I'Ki.iKI:' /I.CONTRACTOR I.
; IUR PRICES ARE LOWEST AAcntr for Kl I > p& ;11111.Ol'yl ''' Mi-I ,< Neva: l.nrjje, Mrs. Klaich M JissHfhus< avt-nu1 opM| )*it.* th- I .
larm Pump hniii tnc.f" aid, !Mr. and Mrs. Woodward., Th.y..x- postollicc/ in tin- v,-ry 'near futuro. Call on our local, iigentWATKltS c

II FVRNITVREi :- --- (pect;iriUifitrf, to l visit" 'rtturnmg St. I'etershuiK" :.. and Pass-a- : \ (('AnSC()\ (OHCH'EH0.( (>.. i .FF.

.. ( ontractor Frank' Liam s will, commence ITEMS Of INTEREST CLIPPED j i I
i y CASH OB I INMTAI.J MF >' TS work' in' a few.' days ran the 'ni-w brick PROM THE ST. CLOUD TRIBUNE ;; Wilson & Foomer Fertilizer --
i school house.Last Co" JacFlartdal1e.r : : :
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!h Pent Ave between" 10th tid Mth Prompt Deliveries .;. -
a clearing b. nn their church lots. We understand that Mr. J. W. 1'reri-I .
t h lc <> !iJiiiner' WitS served, by the ladi...., and tm, of KlSKimmee, hat accepted a position IH
M before I thf day'ndth... lot were.crttiri'ly with the Lesley interests' In this -
neared! an''' the contract let for toWn Hi will spend a large part of
the church building- f heard Kev. his time here and will take charge of
L PLUMBING AND STEAM fiTTING Snyder complaining 0 r. in his! the books. and accounts. Mr. Lesleyhas I
hands.. but he seemed 1 nevertheless. recently added! to his large holdings I le
/ the meat market formerly. occupied, by L3ASSI
I Work is being pushed| on the new two- A'hi..s i liass and jy! now on, the road toSt. D
; L. B. CRISSMAN / Cloud with bunch of stock. '
,rl' I, story brick bUilding on New York avenue a v
The Lakeland News contain the follow -
adjoining( the! brick block dwned bvMessrs.
--WITH; 0." I :Stanioiti> and I .JeBhy and (Comrade ing: Mr. I. J. Sloan left this week I and BU \
Oseeoln hardware (Co. .' be will conduct LLLRr
e ; Rails \understand the building for 1. Cloud where a :)
hardware for Mr. Hisfamily r
store Lesley.
will, he occupied by a new grocer}.
Forty Years Experience in Large Northern Cities. l.avl t Rlur'iH\'n'lhl' the Wt>inan's Relief will join !him there in u couple
Does General
I.. ps gave another, tli Only First-class Workmen Emp yed. ful eit-rtHinments.',; The niain featiirf'8 a new town and we trust Mr. Sloan on Structures of an size or Dimensions. whether f..l
,,9 Windmill and Pump Material of the e ei.injc wentin1 ,un, onnet drill will, share fully" in its marvelous develileveloiiiiiftiti. (- it be a Two-Room Cottage or a Tourist Hate .
a '''I/I\'n: I tit,. twelve 1.1.lie \\illl, sllnboiillels! .. , We. are pleaned to --
,PHONE 88 Always on- and\ ar false face on the bark of their, heads, in our town and! that he is now ARTESIAN WELLS :1
the hunt for residence.We in which he.has met with the greatest
Hand.RATES thus I'VII1Itl":' : audience the impressionthat on a successof .
LOWEXCU they wire walking aokwHrO, aril are .pleased to ffs'te> the.return' onWedneaday any man ih Florida. '
last of friend, and
at the close'of their program: the wedding I our pastor -
of !Mr. Vo..s, our restaurant keep I the Kev. J. I'. Wentcott. We are Give him your work and it - B.>all. The glad to sec that be comes back to us I.Twill .... -
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t and much curlulthad, beenlaioused. that he will, resuVne Ins labors amongst:
JACKSONVILLE I It was the first time the St.I I I u<, and that we shall now "soon see the :
I Cloud band had appeared in public, and I dirt, (lying: tor his, new church and parsonage. 1 .
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| to see them among us at an early date.The tTHE CASH STORE l
> Miss' McAllister! on July :aith. it living
: 1 special from St. Cloud to Kissun-' '
her birthday.' They report a very pl..asant -
$17.00-Washington D. C 15.50 Richmond. Va. I 'till"1.: .." McAllister. served a riu'e to attend the camp lire" given.iy' \ .

.,.. $22.OOChicago., [III.I! :$15.5O I Norf lk. Vl'9OO.St dainty lunch :md! was the recipient ofI General; Howard Tost was wvll patron $ First Door North of Postoffice J
N'ot less than :250)
, I presents.Mrs. . ized. passengerswent : ::: ,t _
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$ Louis Mo: $18 5O Hot Springs. Va from tins station and notwithstanding
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$21.O.O-Detroit, Mich. $12fOO Wilmington. N C est of the WiHxlmen's ( 'ircle l and. bi>pesto the rain had a very enjoyable, I There you will find i
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time account in
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in a lew days. .
P I $17.00-Clncinnatti. Ohio $15.20' Tullahoma. Tenn. The lumber! dealers of St. ('loud are that the 'heaviest rain of the, season i4 t 'DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS, all of best t III
I 1ut happened to strike our town on
stocking their yam In with !lumber in or'd'r ,
.r: Tickets on Sale August t 17th Ff4al -limit September 1 1st 1 the to be! ready.for the. anticipated rush been Hint particular tor this. there evening would,! have)Had>\ been it not at :+j: quality uncj lowest prices. t
;I in early fall.The I :(kill() tickets hold at this station.t +
THROUGH SLEEPERS DINING CARS'Improvement 1 (;iub met '
FAST. TRAINS, , ('has. \\'. Dunn, a prominent business Call Before v
i' Yo'pdl".da\'ltfl.'rsOll' Mrs.
I I h Squires' Buying Elsewhere I, ,
For information call nearest A. C. L. Tii-k.-t Af..nt.irvnti( their president. A very pleasant and o'Kissimnis: accompanied by 'his + ___. f jt tI
'I A. W. FRITOT D. P. A., J. (;. KIKKLANI, I II. 1' A. profitable. afternoon waHMient, anti the family, were au toing, tlnougb: Si.: CliUid( +

J r Jacksonville, Fla. Tampa, Flu. meeting adjourned to meet in two lust huilday afternoon.\ I Ii +++++++++++++++++++++ +++++++++++..++++++++++++
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Proceedings of the Board! to the junsarfltary condition ; : .. .

.* IJe7 of the plumbing arrangement of the 1 j ..
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Auto Garage""AGEN9't whole court house,. and of the necessity I If ..' ; ..'I.' '
e County: CdmjnissionersKinsinime : _oovf .preparing toinstall uroperj j thetan.. (hO L.elsI.tUre of' 1110\1.\ tni<1..rlio) I \ennethpiBuilBit .

: plumbing apu fixtures, and: -corviect: 1 t4tilNhtUliI Dr aS5, of lJJa .St< "t.. ol !.iurhiIa. did' : 't
I -' with the city waterworks .Upoi mox'tills's thrt4eJIliiI 1ttlift1ot' \ ., |>roll| Ottiiit| ;amenil.meets < '
"' ""'--' FORir ... ion, duly seconcted. Commissioner l..ell' i! to the ("Corudlttitiun the *tftt j of Flor- :
1 Fla. Aup. '190.'tlla. ] Icy was ap ointed committee tu In- tlfl. anti: the usia's were alC..of l to 1V. a .ole 4j1tbrt..hiftbsfiI I .. '.1
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restigate and Bee what Was needed and i ) the'memhtTM, vlectwl. to each ;
Board of CommlBiionera 1\\
I-.I--- I I County to confer with Mr. Swabey. and to have turn**, ttyit 'ho votes on ash.) Joint RwtolutUtiwH

In and for Osc.ola coilhty mct'tiv reifuar done suoh work as h* aaw Jkt '. ; VIII./ nl upon their' 'rosieetIv..iourdln i

LAND GAS, AND session on the'above date, there be. The Hoard took a recess until 2 r>i m. "' ]*!M >VH. and ...n Uiur on. and Ihujr deter I Cold' Drinks ff: ClearsKhsimmee

Ing present E. L. Leiley chairman; E. Board! reconvened at 2 p. m., there 'nine. and Uncl! that the w l"l Joint KmolulloDlH 1. / i

b i present those of the nubmitVtd to the Hector, of thi ftt tliObttiiftritJ '
jI r STEAM CARS L. U Overstreet, J, S. Stratton E. R. iuif morning Fla '
.n Dus J. H. Walker commlsHionert arid se""ion. EfMlLJn), 1\11f l ). .
Arthur E. Donegan-j auditor. The loll winlt telegram'from Mr. I !Nut therefore, I, H Char ('ra4ti.r.ISecf'eirr .., .

The minutes of tbe last meeting were Lynch was read : .. I of S HU': lfrtho, 3iat; of "lor''''... do berSbv '

read and approved. "Will advance money for Bausinger give nutlt.r ttiat. a (Uetwrvl Election will be hpUlu

) lies, Repairs aiid Accessories. MK: W. J. Sears: appeared before the road' as per proposition eighteenth. inch county In KlorKUon 1'u<'Hd.y next wildfdliurthe .. .

I Board in behalf of. the property holders! Advise.fully your action. "* Art. Mon
RAGE and asked the BouVd to ohange the F. B. Lynch. 1V10, the ..&m\ Tutt.,1..j IM'IIIIC the efglitb.On,)' of I ,

pL F I 'tfrest-nt road along the St. Cioud .Sugar Whereupon; tins folJ wing resolution ; "...'intsr. ,for the ratification Ar rejection ofth : .

PHONE 16 belt Ry. where it makes the turn togo was adopUjd .. afll.I Jol.t licttiliiUun |lrol'u.lalC tuutnil* '

to Fish Lake, ami continue same Whereas the county road l l between ","""nll to tin ( 'utiNtitution. of Ills Stat of Flop- I; ld'.F;: .

along the railroad right of way until it Whittier, a>nd BaaAinirer- is in very bad itlj viI't Staple [! .groceries

gets to Hammock Grove. then turn repair and great deal of money I e-.

4 down avenue. Mr. expanded upon it to put in good traveling I sINA't' .11.1ST KI.l.t"i'lON; o'o.r-IC;- a" ,

:Seam:: BUKgesteJ that inasmuch as it it condition : A lile.n.llllelit tn Artldc XIX I uftlie I t'oimttllon; AND COUNTRY" PRODUCi:

his opinion that the City > ouncil will And whereas, the Southern) Colonization <.f th- laiC) of rturMtt. 1 Ufilniiiiff to the MHIIUftti I 11

S RULL BASS MARK'Ear ..ut..b il thin would shorten the routeami later, road thus shortening the route I Li'juors" .r IIev'ro/l" KISSIMMEEr FLORIDA :

if the Council saw fit to malu'thivhanve '-from Whittier .to Bassmger and are B" it rvHuUtil l.y: the I.*..ifinlnturttli" Htmt of .
Bui 1dm One Block homDepot that this portion of the road willing to donate the rightofway of FI"rI" I IPHONE176'

would l h.. graded to this point. lie asked the proposed new road, and uri- willingto Tint Arlultf XIV I cif, n..v p J onstii.I"II.... IIr> ii,. I
to advance the the of $6- - - ------ tfil
that a committee be appointed county sum / . .
Uta III Flurliln be t'n 1 tint natuc IM 1.till" h* n /". \
,'sh Iorjla ol all kinds. / looK Over the route; and also. utatei- tKKJ to be returned to the Southern Colonization! HII B' 10 rind MftfolNiAKArttrlc . ti' f

Id MEATS I that the iroprty holders.. adjjurent to Co. in equal installments of XIX. H
Western ..* j I-.of.. this road would 'make u liberal donationfor Ki.OOO each on the 1st day of April. islet burttr 4 .
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this .. The chairman appointfd ) HIll and for each, year: thereaitw for I :
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mi 1 l 1o".r"I1". v\h"liar ,1ii itt ieilt. :11
ULTRY J. S. St ration E It. Bam andE. two years without, interest. ; . .. I :.,
i > EGGS. FRESH riu"uor mull, n Iifri1>y Furcnt prohibitedIi .
L. L). Overstrc-i-Uas a comnuttue to And whereas the regular work l"\lr., .. :
It. "M't' of( Jo'llIrll'a. "" 1.1 ahoh.1: rU'III".I-" Surveying and
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I I 11.1.1 i nttlli or ti).f haiiii Hi] i-nrponit*. rtml M
,), <.i( laltHlh/ilion lo Phont OuilersrFree next meeting I it will, b. .impossible for {them to .
% IIM( r .r 'ii"''titHit tilrtl ,oIJrI"'M.| t<. I hue ..A'I"- .
I Velnti lo aw jxul oj Hit: ( / lv Thune I9 F.V.. StalWr' pjn-arid before, tli<" do t the work ; > I "Ith" h nli'nlml mill \\'Itu* for tlu juiriiUHiM, Drafting Mfl.T
lioaiil-uncl.t lat<.d Unit h>- had IrIv"I'd Therefort lie ,it Resolved/ that the ,. .
ult ii.ii} '
'r.- 'I. ] '"Klilal.\) "'W'I .
inn lurife IK. 'w"l'ap'r' ijliint. I hilt i t wa Board of County ( ommisi.lonerilCCItt, .
"'." .: I 11 It., I 1"KI"R'"r.' shall" t HiutMbloI
< n
/ rt.ady lor busini-.H'. IujWa, 0 that ht tin propoMtion" of the I. Southern ( oloni- .
: I I I"i\\ b tin iht, i'iifur iiictil, uf 1 h*.' I'r'ftfci4 iiM uf
I 1 lit' I zation Co. : /ml\ that tlie bids for the . .
..++++t+++++t+++++++++++++ I would KO to J press on htirstUy. 111 is A'I 11 10 o OFFICE IN KKATEHNITY HAM. f
"' . + WISh tell thtK/. / that aNn said I that. the I t polity i ('1' hm paper contract( I hf aikiTtised i I at once that t the ,
to ,
t Ihl
: > AHt t' uhnlt gu Into( 11Ti"f 1 tui th".j{
In hat would advance Board of ('i ountv t ( ommissiom-rs, !I mitt
would anvthiMK
{. : icmteAipldting munil .mil) Iniildirig[Jr.}," ynd, I the 1hae I tht. mt trivia (of /< >s< iula tonnty; Ihuthe on August J nth I for \ln |iur|>ose of I l I /fM\ ,\nMii' '' > Ali 11.)1.) i I [<: IS.SI wll\-I EE. FJ.A

1HECRAYSTONE1OPEN G minij i lA tint'. I S. for Il"pn''lall'll| the fait that the CountyXoimniii'on.err. opining I I the I bids, arid jilting t i tit. coii-j' I Itriet -- -- -- .

1 bJork.Cal( and sv,I! tlw \ I : w,'n hht.ral patrons oltin. for tins work; | \ 1t,1'1,1.1: j j ; - -- -

tiniriaiWui, \ tun-d. nrodutt, ) .. ni w-papt) ) ,, and I wi"htd I a hharc. of He, 'it ri solvi,'d further that t this" work KM til*, ,tn A rU"<.1.l \ .1 f 'tii.i< "nMitulii' 'n "r f 1 lit

All THE YHi ::: ; Ni..i\\ think of building a their, patronageornmishioiu I c'I(>nlnW'H' at once, UJMIH, the tltmsit| tift I !Mm ,ii I 1 I''M.* ' Kt hulls I.... ,tin liii I |, i'Hf)' FLORIDA REAL[ [ [STATE[ [fOR SALt .d ,
( : 'r Ostrwtnet i' tht) ojoti.CI\I"t; i il 1 in thehiindsof I the I 'ountv I I I'leasun I.. i.liiiIiitull., I .t4
::: stone
.-u' to 50 PI'r "day. house \ wnoe wh.n u I Hoard thi. ,immediate ..r by the .u"th"rn i COh."I.'If'1J (: I .
i-uf-lK finl10, I ] ) to :'A 'PIT it nt attention of Hit to :0"1 I It 'It. '" \- -.1\ 'it) U"' liKi I.lntur "I( tli "stttuIhMt ' CBeautiful winter home sites situated
sj""(':al bj wnk or month t i anti ,i hrA proof, if!ati.r. I ne. ( esitof I "urn.) work heiiiK I' done. tinIht and) u;'on! lln filing, of a iln-d! 1 to I | .r 'I'1" 1I11I the :
is \ Lake
house! I II "I'ltasant! Hill n.'..'il!. t pon mt. >tit>n, righl of '" ay of I 10 f..t (JO: ) fut on eath | ' tI..fOII.\\II, nun ""rn"nh" I lo .,Wttf-iw Vr in Region 'oJ Florida. .' .

H. W 1HURVI, Flip! R. 0. PORTER Mt. t I vermin I life lint-|prot., f. aijd) a I duly I sttttndcil.' (timmicHKiner I Overit suitof the cintt-r ol I the h proposedroute , l lie ( '.,.netitU'lill' '.11fc f t SlMlf, of 1 /ItirMM. rtlrtti trucking and Farming Lands in largeor 1

++++++.f++++++++++.14++++++++ ana" \ Guaranteed n,t'i' .AUM authorized to expend a sum | ) and of f an agrnmint to use. the''!Ih. ""' 'oo 'JiMxlHrx" lit j"HI 1'11111"1 i 'd> I ho 'nuiti small tracts. '>
All Wnk Material hundntl, I dollar. on this' i ,)ecessarnati'rial to make till* in tht .
not xiedinr I |: a j 1.'n' '1 III ttii,1" "ofm l irIuul., l V. l",
)I. it his ( that this j Inv ;'hii'e.,. ., CITY I'ROPERTY: A SPECIALTY
rom heinK opinion Mini 11n 'u".e art h''r \Ir nKr- - Kissimmee Granitoid amountMlT)1l' ) put tht) road ,in I/oodl: | Tlw 1 1' was. iijjtnit'ti'd lun
,,,1.111.i.... I ( ' lulls, according, to tht |ilun !and! i. n. 1',1.: i- tioti, I.. I iti.i he\.I.'h.\ i ) ''l'd.III.tftrlo.r I \ your property with m. for quicksales. !;
i I.:. l It, lias-: { < ifu'at ions "f th,,* <..ount\ .
s. u. BULLOCK t iiiniiiisMiini( r riporttd. -pe Sur\"yir'l j l.t.. 11 rt M 1"11,111' in .onil* r .\ I> 1 1"1"i| .. -
f tinlolititv Treasun. Hhowed, I lie, fol .
: Hint tht pi opli-' in lower-part' t> s report I I .
'>t nil"n retry anxious' for a vhorter 'I lowing halanci' on hand for ulith' / hi S."- uuI 1 afli'r I tin. adoption! <>f lv< 14" H. BREAKER

route to st ( loud. itml I that he. thought till.d a Militate of ilepcimt' from the I unit ,,,I".n"lh" ( fI'"I".I' onrt of? Itc..r.111 l \ Box 178
Osceola County mail) ought I to. t be opened up from hank i i 1 KISSiMMKH FL4.
a : 0'101) <''r F'i HinliiH" i Mint" htmlUM' known H* tlu
REAL ESTATE tin. )pn'111 t htime of t'id I. W. A. 1htni. ,l.: i'.iin. 112. V' < 'urt ..I K. 'in" 1 ,m nilI! 'for 'H.I I l.oimlT, A.ii.1.l inH -

...................... an, cln,,'fit to St CloiTd I InaMiinch an I I-in,. mull I loriiltur*' 142' .i "Mit on '" Ihr t Ir p'e"'jnrl..II'llo". tin il'lfiinri '

;INSU.RAflCEExamination Abstract all this land has be'in .platted liy thiSt'iiiinole -,ullMl I I..\".,l iniii]*''\AHl rilllll 1 1Komi I i.""i. i iC I'" ninl,I tlu.ju, ..lift ",".*..1 .lt) n I hh\f. in ENnuil W. CBASS
1 Invehtnient. Co .
Land and .
fun I .3 IISplrLtul "m i o i nty" OIK urn'nt w iH( li. ( Ir f
niiil ttt recta biniK, lad, out 01 t motion, .4' '", ..
('iiil 1 /1"1..1"I otint' \ Mild the !Ju IK" th -r*
ilulj seiondet) Commissioner, Buss. wsaa1)Olflted .--isII'l.-Ii\I"1 ,. IIdl 4-1 /'4 ..r.t'... mmiforiiMrml jtirt'u'iuu'iloum, ': of nil otlurK Wholesale and Retail

of Titles a : l a i'ommittee of one to examine s I I' No 4 (HII ( -("*> Hiiil,,, nihtNP" ftn.1 .itC m.m. IH.VMT ami HU0oriu .

G. P. GARRETT into the streets leading out of thetown I - ,.. i-t>ui .I,1"I rit*< MM the t'I IP'uit <.ourt'iti Dealer ir.
of St. Cloud and connecting with' 1',1 i!>- 7- ,
\ 1 nii'l I It. titeliItt
( oMDtt ju Specialty. :. I the ,nearert direct' line to the point mentioned lax collector also 'filed has rtporl | > r iH*... liliti tI tie, .p'pwt to humniuii. nudI -

and to report ut the next mttt- I showing"' the following amounts to be I I I.Cllu7afli I ti Krttti 1 jury. Fresh Beef

Real esatc.raea InK( if the j property' holders along the I rolfeited I ill the various funds: 11.. tHlt". 1'"u'I 1'1"," .It". .. Mil" ",,,..tlll' 101.\\ < Pork and ,
ipondence, Solicited \ route woU 1,1 not w I uli Uit' Corn m I'"- ,
} examined. ) anti !'(' )( join 11..MI, S 1'-' r i el i..' Ir.II.,I > jutlt > a'\1 t" in, ,11,1'.1..1'. ffj ..
Tuxes paid) for rltnrP4idPrItinstriin.tita ( (sitiiiirH in the 1 tlelrayal I I ol I the expenses ., 1 h"01' I 1' j slit,< I h' oMitiii\" Hi -,,1., Cir uit Court' Kluil,, ] oli\

( reliuintf lo real) of suth a roou. as ,it woultl neceiburilytnliame 1 Kimy. I I1HJII, | 'ta'n I In utM" 1 C'onrt of Hu"1. Tl1 f ornor MuttonPHONE
of their ml I l
th.'alu. propertyIt > MUM .
i u, )I" '. : .ipltr OIM of .the,
HARWELL carefully drawnCorrespondence" "r"I - l I' i>n ; lutir n i i- In shy
W. S. 1
was Mr. Uass' opinion' that theywiiud .
> |l Nil I I < rt i ''I.t -< ijftli I HtHt" lo hold "np..r mori

willingly Oo tins. - II :Nil 4 : I ''U Krur-. "I'I| "trtn of t. nn-"f HU i\,1',l ../11'1..1 Hi' onl, 4-1.
IREAL ESTATE J. S. !Stratum statedto *
I fur I Tax ('ol leetor''I I I'oil I tax report "showed '' '.I si., 'ID,. *!h<' -Mirtni- Omrt.// ., Si itt, -lm|]
the Board that lue hail had 1 some .
Public at LargepIoe Southern the amount of $'>.IHI( ) lollecUtl J. I i i h.. Ii>i']1"*'' 'llltl' jtir#.'li. t ion in nil I i minus ofrwh'hjmiwll
.Notarv thi-rI'orresiioniienie with the .
] L I I'aul warrants wire ordered... Untilltd. tinii I IM k'THtttf 1 to -,,..I Court "IIi
''vcr I itoi>erstin's Tharinscy C-olom/ation Oo. in rt.vard; to the) pro- , 1ei'i, 1 f rrorhull .
l from tin: various funds in the fojlown ii: I : "I l A i"I" 't Miit <> < C. W. Griffin.TANCYPrnnflrino
KISH1 ; MEJo:. FLA. Barg ppobeti) 1 in'w routi' fromV hittier, to Has8inK i amounts: l>ro-<.<'UTN| ,,n," tin' 'R,1, Court of H ii'.inltotlug .
anti that fie had, consulted' with
; \
.1 I
.. ( iMttHK' with tin 1nw
; the, CommisnoneiB previous to the Ht-v" tin*' P2.1113 |'rt.ini ""Irt .in tti >>
ihil . ,. .1:171; ..10I. slirh pructedlngn tile/
'. \ talking the K. N : anti< ruleS l virntng fruiii
and after matter
meeting liii' 1111,1 I'offttrs .. ' ':'//I.jtj In all kinds .of Real E over, made/! this pro)'o-ition, puhject to \ "
The following examined ii.e4j, All \the ,'ruvl"l lon >t tlio CUIIHIUtltjii (
biiljtvore: \ ,, + .
/. the! approval of'lhJ-&* their. next f
Fire and Life Insurance rovetl ) warrantaWorJeried t and nil\ Iftwi GttA<.te4 Itt conHuhflnp, 4h.*ro.
> ant FAMILY .UI
f\ That if Mr Lynchwould, ud" !ap| ; t.. . !
; ;;, f : : ... meeting: ... . iiertniiiinu'to ; Court.
: \ ".,, Armour's Fertilizers. tooij and allow the Commissioners i" r ; ; ;: {: ;;; ".m tho Kalil Crlmlfinl ofn..brd . ,tt:
vance .* F* I'revil 1 PPOO.. "' .. ....".... ; _. "
,tr. "VV'kJ'fJ'f:: :: I ing and Collecting >ers pay it back in three c-qual! inntallmfMits -1 .r.'u'.r Ally'tt . iiS. ; anil tho otBctir thereof. Including thiOvuenurof -,-ANDFRESH "
,. ,
I 1"I'rt.v,,, fowl i | .I..n.. init .t I 'II the api.t.tuutiflCflt or " ol :*: AI'I'j I ] -1 of .
JjUiHI i.u on '
i ) ., '
Specialty. Targes I I' I'r.utl, " -* .untv < "u" '101 I .
rmsi.loll .iiiiil "I"'n"r, .al l |tottiri r
1'11)1IAS A Nil 'C"(; "I.Lo\ eiuhjear, without inttrist that HitHoaril I I rn\ntt. ,..,t-f J",..tlCL, I ". ,,,, t .,1<, i < I MEATS .
i Non-resIdents. woullur\d'rtul.I,I v to ('ommenie atonte M 1:ullixk "' .r,1 hull o""iI'\\.tI 1 '*' 'uk' .tI"1 to 'lioHi'l !rcmrtI '
aIPINcB I'llONK "'HH""R, tin. -truttion of tln road. Mr. < I '.ti,,1.1 c. rnn.isM.m-.. ",_'".. ..t I HI "' il I mil,, th.. ..II'I?'. I ih. rt.t '
Con "
.7_ I'HONB wW. }'L"R"'A. I. Mill, "i r. .. t\ i.I,I' d 1 't"\. tin, -.. tmi .n..l'n;, tT'','''x.1 I a- .'
Stratton thtii real, tinlollowm I U tit i . jir .. .
1 : J J Dunn "|liir s jail\ II.
R. O. to he Board: IK I I.-I.'y. t .mnmism.. .tItY' I' .. :.,tt.ic: .i s ol Mil I t iniiliiHi' I o'MI ol I'i'. a

tt1'Y! 'I ) :-t. Paul Mill , July :21);. 1'iluNi :' II; I I. U Oi .".t.1. .. u .,IUM. 2 day-.. ''iiiI .1... 'rhv i./Mli i.r* ,,t ".il,1 ( mill, of/ I IK "nl an'L .J." I Intilil .. 1
W. CARSON D. D. S. II I JO -tuition. .. III 'i'' I II tt..1I1tJ"J. i ,. 'I'M..m..I'1. Delivery Hvery Day ?t Any H.urTatrvnage JJ
Kissiiti i I J. :S.: :fcjtratton : I t H I U"'. .. .. I 10UK ,.. ,
Dear Sir-1 L"j to 'k"lJwh'dl receipt I J H VNiilktr. ln> HA !I''ii" I Itt tlii I n-ifXIn'. tIll tlri c xp'ratl'| of ft
DENTAL PARLORS t: I ilk .., ., 'Ir .. . .. I Solicited
---- --- til you rs of t h.. I IAIN insl' (in I u.fen thur I".n. and< au lit their |jr"'M'uNt.; rIot '.1( < Illi i Tlu nltiri.f .
] M Muhy. Juilu 4'Oi
RIVERS BUILDING 'nee to the f.oa.1 south from \\' hit tl'r.lii I C F Prs'.tl. cur 'ui'' 12 41I th<- ju l'Kt..r ti?l-etiri, i.1 l Oii.ll ItO twoclmrtrf North Kissimmee Phone N*. 8

OVER OSCEOLA$ PHARMACY .,. -- reply to ) our litter, 1 would' say I P '1 i".on crnrcIiK>r I1 arm anti 1'| ** ''I I It > ",u"Kiul mi.I HM) uxiilrr' .I ,diillHr I a M'.r. iny
\ that I am utit quite prepared to give ananswer I K,.. 1',1' o. ,tint uhone roo MJ.I.| ijuiirtirU,, l.v On'" 0> jntj! of 1 vamlnn. nudih .
r"--JA- ; \ jnllln liroomrtt 110
AionmFPICB ; <
i e TO 12 this Several ha)' b.- .it'rt'n.l tt I"itt., (, ro. I
on proposition < italic A"t. ( & M \Wk. "" I II
HOURS .. \ j r< p (itimpJ
5 1 .
i .1 TO I members. of our hi nfl, with, whufnj I 1. Moon, Halury a.... Li....* I : I'rotn auI,1..Hfti in lite. xplrnl, )!,q, of the I Ii rm cifIci'iit .I
I would like to talk thin matter WVil\' t before I 4)HrM. .Is l .h..y.. dm". ,paiipprri 1 "ft .. tll<> |irc...nt JuilK.' It Ii.- -JU'IK of MHiil. i 1Qi
1 1' Estate \ftIG".II..nlln"I"! 9"1(
Real anKwerlng you. are out of the city' '\V Thoittpmtn.. coffin Minis buy i .II (' mrt uf ( "'in I -hull) lund hlfiffKifur fcmrIU1N1 Artesian WellsDRILLED )

RIVERS D. As soon as I can advise on Uie. sit .i( \Murphy' frt and. drayage //K. you
T. JKL IQ ......................... OHv..r. nurveymir( t i liiI '
I do
nation so. t.
.. . 4'
i / W liae work i>n Sh'rtl' n rtHidtncptUj I : '"." '
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON 4 Q Reality bought and s Very truly yours.Southern lIank. J."h'.n clay :tt 90I .. .1 KF,,{ fllos I I ropti-liiK I nil .V meui.i'inert j ANY DEPTH
Colonization Co. d; W Arihton. .xp trip In 0..0.10| 1 <> .
Office Onceola 1'harmacy! 4 Q Hous rented. By F. B. Lynch, I'res. I w & I'Gr u. o-.lIoe.| I IIO to i"c-<'\1".. 1llrt of Article \ nf '-', si
over Taxes paid and I Lit Initrmm. t amtK 42 (0lu I' the i tOOt ii UI"I'.not I I'lciriiln Kilntlr-i I t., "I'.
Mr. Stratton further stated that lit let.Me Figure! With Veu ,
Reidence! 53 4 W II MHkinmm >, rt>ad t uittliLi, "5."> -
PRoSt! ified for non-residents. lied wind Mr Lynch a>kmn for his re. .1 I J Dann.'repair. . road machinery II <0 I. taII'h"Ia: of ( c.urtiRi"Tt "" :
Unke 14M 4 that he II & < (*...* o. f.MNl mule."* K4Si : Hi'Kolxc*!! )>y the l I. 'tfifilBliirc c>f tile HIM!I.* t jt
Fire. Life and ply and expelled a lelegiair \ I Guarantee Satisfaction
:: A F Bais. ImulmKSouth 0" of F "..1.1. II -
'Ii from him bifore the board adjourninl c I'Ia Foundry Mch Wkm. wht...,ln i 'M
surance. .
: Thomason 'Ihe Boani approved the action oti i 1 H Williams Bunplim isG i Dr. F. G. Indemnity Bonds. fr Mr. Stratton inasmuch .as the road W AKhUin. n"a ,fiI tT,lUt-of A rIo 1 I.. V of the l i'uxtiniton( of FlorIrla
I t I / lobl'rH"n. dnlKH niuli-a MJ I IN beret. ) nirrte'lto I Htjil! nhnll t I.. ....1..1! '* 1
-...virw'-...'... \ from Whittier to Bassmger needed aj' .. ... .. '. K.rPprry .y te I H. N. BRATTONJ t }iS", 1
and SURGEON | \ an 1 vTibmittMl "> tlie "le..torN ol the mio for %
PHYSICIAN deal of and inasmuch as I .
great repair handler roail wiirk 4 I ill .
Lxjrrowmg the money without interestwas :HaiNVilli; tiro I u. ft-rtllirrr. Poor Farin' ;>- >llI HIJ.r1v"1 l l I..r r. Ji" tion tit the ". jt 1l'r.I, \U' ; ,)I

ffice Phone 64 Residence126! practically. the ame as to do that I .1 I Mcl'hatUr, witnvHH. lif"fore ,'",,'.. Atty.. I''miArnnlil 1i.u.n htrtaft' r'. that Ito .n)'. ..hi l S..< tlcii 'I 1 hlr I f .
work ._h the of I HaHH I 4& tv flv..r t.u.ii, | ArIa lo .1alll.), I <. curt' titled w, tt- 'lo
much ea .year on |portion OxCi.ivert & Me'al.'n. mol. 1i5.i; (enI ,
Hit road in that, district' the amounts ITurllnirttjn.. larc iaul<.t f. 'Si' 1'f")!ItIWIt ', --- .........J __
w. i. m being-1 .. into |periods of three ,I Iyears I' J 1'iniuin niail wi.rk I'S'K' ) I .Su.e'5.. N.i "on.ft* itO.. r. than) lit. .ri MI "j.t*<.itltdhhH ,, 'I i':
VANS AGNEW i i Ju> I'ri'vatl. janluir service :1, M1SUI ''1 i I t,.. i _Mtnl.M-hc* .. 1 in. Uli-StnH' ..W"' pt lluiutul.i THE TWICE-A-WEEK
P.A. .. Hank horrowf. mtiney i5dtii5State , '
1 lirtslnturc ma,, } proviilt. ( r tht 1.,10"
communication l
.A wan r'-,,< from a Hank. J4KII"' 10 .
from the church tali. Hank 'C. '<0SUli I Mini '-.InMi-hiin, ) .ift 'if f 'lit')h. ,,<1.1t1l".01. Ju,IK\n\\ \ TiMEs
. . . I committee Baptist at ;| UNION d
LAw.. Hunk 7rUI .. "
-I I ATTOHNKY AT Whittier protesting against the lur II' ltIiltM miiV fr'Tntlip' f I. Unit 'I'lit' n"'<" -

.1 I AND NOAAHV I'us:.:c I thur use ot the church at that point fur |1|I Mr. J. Everett Ilass was elected' |I..ssnrv 14n,1 I frt In ftl'I"'nlm..1| i L>. t .Jx. i., >vi rnoraii . '

the holdinguf!!: electIOns. Coinrnissioni-r' I Janitor of the Court I Mouse. I '.';..11 ,m"I".. l Iof I tin. **IMIMU' of ,tiiitli, ''I......> 1Ibe. Thi. will MOd

I- \I"" KISSlMMKE.hL/: Real Bass was instructed tolix up"a new I I I There being no further bjninf-o the' nil 1 I irhnttrr' th.'r"lir-, h..p termn nf "((Ito ;

voting plate and r,'jx>rt at the next I'I I Board atljnurneil .to meed again on the | nltI t and iff' ',ifrnl I )jurl'-,llrttonihntl In, thi( snrni ;

SIMPSON: meeting, the Commissioners dfiiding 11th inst. u&-tt.'r}\ tlil'Tt'Vt.l' ,.1 I fur 'ltt..t i !rr( > ii Ju.Iv'MM'n 'inhr
T-VK-. J- to abamlon the HaJIt, chunh for sUch 'K I.. I.gsi.Fy f httirrii: n. |I"i i"l..1 1 01 HI, tI 1 (n till iy < t'tltt''t i ,ti, ) et y i

use. |lly A ''I TIll' it K. PONK.AN; ;. < 'It'rk/ i",,011",) ..Hd Coiiiitn-. n u ill j'i.l"I ml |i'<." r' 'in tb

I DKNTlMlUpstairs I Communication from A. .1. Spaulding ..1.1,1! , ,,, r- ..",.'it. tt. 1 It tu 'II f n' rim, ..f fth b .. paulU7 '

in l Kill IIlli1
| \I a m to U m.Omcr. use of the county on the St. Cloud! road 1 *. I '

HOUKS( : ((1 j.)0:) i u'5:3p.::! j m. -- ----- wan left tlJ J. S. Stratton, Commissioner Nutici. is lit.rt'by that i the I'I I, < ,i.i! 10. ..lujil, .NO, \\itli, ) I u"l |Pr.. ONU YBAD.Ol'fB DOI.L.&U. .. 'I
5. lvr- from that, district who will, report given registration ,. .. . ..... 9t
: il 6; J"n I I P' i I tnt'n'iiui. litHII 1 lli nti\itH-. ii t lami ....'u S.
Telephone Hi the ni.xt t meeting. I Iwokq11"I !I I opi'n at my pl.-i t* . .. ..
; I i i" i i"t J r "t r.n" tin r of. .h.lIl"! I -nl.ji.' !r..1! t.>
=-- - J.- W. 'Iheilerk was' Instruct!'il to (('ertam n of business. h liotn i '.) a. m. to 12: m. and t hmint r' k'tilitt>n. jimtHfKnm MM ariI --- -

Wll..SOJI: : < the cost of Bermutla grass seed in ]lrMI( I from 2 p. rn. to 1 p. rp: daily from I .IiroMile. ,1 bt IH w' fir KI film ) t U.i t ions,, m thLit. ". ,r '

J. :>r. pound lots, .it bung, Hie ,idea ol thy t August lit until and including ..OctubijrHVh .. of I ,''ruin. I Sprigg FlemingCLEANING j.
Jommissionirs to it alt the .
on I tn tt-stiiiion, >' ulitrttd, I liav liertunhi, Ml
i NrrrAifi I'vni.19.) . t roads ; and ,in the various election t
new as they are graded I. which precincts mv hand, and) affix. d the. .ro at "al"r t the "Mntoof !

. 4 ) STATR AT L1IR.c S FUNERAL would be a great benefit to the road. from Seriternber.&th-. October FI*+*I.IH, at ,' apitul, \' thin ] t,

Mr. W. Ii. Harris, editor of the Valley Hlh. Time and place 1 will be designated I II. ..IIty.flflh 'Uy ..f .'lIlly A, Ii. "I'HO .
Estate Agent. and' Gazette before the Board II
|p- Kcal hy District Registration Officers ii < 'I.\Y'JRAWF"ltn.i PRESSING
and explained his system of sending Heal i .
FLOR10Acan [ I
KSS11E! I LICENSED out copies of the paper. He presented C. %V. GIUt..N.Oct. .. -- : DYEING "d

__. _._ ___u -_ Ins files and showed ths method used S. Supervisor of Registration REPAIRINGLve 4
be bought at this office which -appeared very satisfactory to the Notice to Creditor .
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Just what Board! who continued their subscriptions Nutir IH In'ritijr r/wen to
cents per hundred. mat-you to the paper until the 1st of October Estate of C. H. Fountain Dec'd. < <*.... or th. ..t'a'. of Ttrnplv A. Minx.dtttaxcnl I .r '

Heed to put under your carpets I : Notli" I in li-n, htfivfii tlmt I, u".Io'IKtJCII) that, I hnvetwn 1."lnl..I| ivtmlnin' is m

sing:. etc Mr. T. N. Farr having declined the niliniliUt ...fA".r the .*.t.,te of (' I I F'fintnlii. trntor nf I I the nivi, "a".t t.ttti aud that all word. at my houe and lilothH: t

position of County Enumerator: the 1 It".M"I.I I will I m MOII.)ny.t.Hi I\.1h 'I.T of ""!>- f><.rnons having < l emit agninnt Ill" "O/at"/ miiHt will h. called lor and returned. i i, (

The finest. colony proposItion 'v..r i I Board! appointed hrraStewart; in his I teiii tr next, inttkitlunl. xotilfnient. <>/ hlN H-).1f preSent tht.... dulj .uthttnhIenott' for *...ttl,.rnt'nt - -
11. M. lireaker.Kjsimme i iiiinisirntli'ii, "I l Haiti *>t.tBt'" mil, apply. for hml .
stead. ,
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tell iI limi liHru' HHIM h admifi <*'irut< r.
has It and 28"-tf!! you K183IVMEE - .. -' .Uommut1i..atto.m H.- Edmund f l( - N. O HHTAN A4lxuiu..,tr Utr !Kt.iornnenFln.: \ ,. _, *_ I-ABJfNClr! A MNX| (.( Satisfaction Guaranteed .
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)Yeanon. for leaving the ,i itj it that tney. either the judge or the prosecuting attorney Work has commenced on the Lake Yr
wish to get out of the shadow of the ,' who tried the? ('aR.'. If these
commune and the sound of the Mar suggestions are adopted I will gUll ran. county section of the new clay road : KISSIMMEE DRUG CO.PIANO '

Correspondent Says increase Our I hal Hymn. All great cities are burthened 'complaints about( Ole exercise J>f from ecsburg, lo Orala. This section .
with debt withiirereaimgtaxes the pardoning< will cease in this will start from the end of the present I y'
Tax Levy and Pay for :Hard and.! increasing corruption, ( uttf recently'.. .1. H tall, in Tampa Tribune clay road at Lady Lake and run to the '

Roads as We Build Them. the citi/.ens .,f nee it" our larg'cities Marion county liar.nottIi of Conant.J, CONTEST CLOSED
started for theitv. hjt!' with i Ie.
TRITE AND TRUTHFUL Sanders ot l.e.'nl>urg I, tincontrai.--
ropes in their liandi.The I tor, and he work'' '
pro|>i>siK to put t the /
world.! ns pr"parll'tOI'/ tn- 1'atf through in as, hhort a time as |>os>,ihl.1 '. I
V..trOit.fieh.!\ .. Julj/ 27: lit! Ml.) of Ninuveh' of Babylon and Jerusalem/ ;, It IH umi' :rstadthat the Marion connty ,
To the KlHSimmee (Cn7.i-\\ ,. These cities !go m dept! for m'prov. [rlh, OLD PROIWS.. I commissioner will continue the, road /.
Mr. Editor ments, they find an- in thwrong |ila'>' from( (Ocala and I Lake Weir, and a junction -
I trust your people will pardon a nonresident or they" must tear down and I build> anew of the two roads will I".' mad, in .s-: '/ ,)' 51 our gratitude for the generous: pttrogf '
I whose only claim is a small but the dht! still remain 'just thesame. The sweetest, 1 roves have t heir tend-/! ,i, the near future.The ;
1 j' .e ed ojs du'-.rg our' Piano Con test, and solicit-
thorn contirj- i
property t, with future hopes, of art I completion of this gap between J -
becoming a reVident. for interfering in Let us tax ourielw"'r..' if ,, T | LeeHburjr and Ocala will mean a good / ance of your trade assuring you courteous treatment Y

f) your county afra-i* --- 1; necessary to build good, rondo, but pay i I j-i The most nwtanout honey is encased i road from several miles north of Ocaja, I new FAI'! Sjndnes will
I read with 's- as we Let the I arrive about Sefit. I 1st Cop'-1
: pleasure, that <> go. us .rt-memtw.r cardinal n wax. through !Ieesburg, Tavares, KustiarMt.; I '
ceola Co. is. free from debt. But with principles of our forefathers were | Dora Orlando :Sanford: DeLamtand! to and o'jy _
sorrow that some supposedly progressive "pay as. you go. "Never create a the Kant Coast a distance nf 175 Yours )
The over
brightest 1 day has! nignt) treading .
person now wishes to bond the debt without levviTig:\ \ a tax to pas):' it. on its heela.Hope ,i I i miles. and will probably he'the longestintercounty : RespectfullyA. kr
county for $200.noo) < ) to build good roads. I "A public debt is a public curse.The . ' 1 good road irfthe: state. It B. JARRELfe. F pVopneto-
Is it not gpn..rally' good I man who will wilfully and needlessly ,1 I will also! connect the/good toads systems ,S
advice to farmer and businessman saddle hit posterity with ha.s its fears friendship I its -
every privateor I of Marion.'KXi(: ( ) miles), Lake (1M( )

If it to is keep good out advice of debt to ?I the individual his public own children debt is into selfish slavery.enough 'f> .sell and love its labors and nit-tee. I miles((100 miles.). Orange) : /(Jf)0 miles>, and Volusia -...................................................................

why is it not good advice U the city LYMAN I E STONK If you would prolong your life -and I In a few' years the gaps between I =- WHAT IT MEANS! t

county or state? increase forget' Ocala anj Gainesville, Gainesville and I !
your your i . ,
t The only answer to that in target Na .e-\ 1" M krw'.nstsasnk, CitiHIwi i in f..r Iho 'I'ltTa-en' t!
a safe investment for someonewants I My Very Own neighbor s faults. the fault-find Palatkaalatka and Jacksonville on I : r. r I. ba-14, nr 't r 'H i in .1",10.1011", with\ H l taro rtplial, ) 'I t
somemoney. logs and peculiarities of your friends the north and Orlando and Kissimmee, i iKi .
' .. I held baby wtthir and think only of their (food points. immee and Lakeland on the south i A .4I\NK I i AI'IIAI. AM) all ItI'ii'M i t
my tight nM loving!, : , ,
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The whole world is i Ili..b- | ,
going debt mad | and you will soon love and respect/ will{ be filled, and the great highway . ,|p._ tIi.Lre.r it i i. 'Ins 9
and the of arms I : t a "r uj-ii l inn' in1 l-i>> il' r 110" I'hK bank l II..s a ,
on eve a social ,
, upheaval from Jacksonville to will '
I kissed the crumpled little hands I them ',- Tampa anaccompli.n..1 '"n.1, l >f ,
I where the (rfi.fhui 'IHI'
wealthy classes .
claimlto fear
-LeesburgCommer- : ( .
and feet /" -'vi' u 'Itt I tt, ,Ir .
socialism yet are trying to increase the I smoothed the / 'cial.. : -t." ""." lohll1', ): .I/Mq', .
burdens of the people, through bonded softly: downy flaxenhair | Seek first the true path nnd-wh r ."ii I' S -
indebtedness. found( (diligently follow it. J' l" A tooth, if II'InieI no, .
The world claims to be As he lay close beside me, warm. and j i mean. fir, \\i wo'",II-..C Jim: 11 ivxuLOlt"to-fore air depntltore nt\iH, 'l-i-e. e
religious i
t very sweet -. MOST BELIEVE : dost: ; ,.Thin, prntwaofi. .'lit'' firor.. J
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. yetthe very thing moat condemned in to \ T-he most'dangerous w> of insanity t.
!- the' Bible the religious world seem I smiled by. .t .think of': all. .the.I day: :gone, :, I 1 ,.i.ikjlfl,( BII./ - .. :. ?7. STATE", BANK.pF"' KISSIMMEE' : \
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most"'L__ .anxiourt_ .. .L. _..,to u_ uphold.. ., and, extend. Those long and ,'wear y''vaiu'lyn'lw"cn: < I ;> 't.1"\., y." " "" .,m.. , .? r' When ' ',". .- '. i ::0....'fit ;.I 't::'" 'gf'''"."" I \. ;,._ I. .',. :. .1
YY flY 1M n n\l lor III een nunur..a years.att..r \ "' "th"ii1 I Well Known Kl !>lmtae Peo- 'f _
had known." $|, Emancipatioixfrom of life _
Christ dare &jtfipBB;\ is I.9iMM!" C. FL.Orait ....
interest no one openly advoCate -'.1'When sad and Monelyv'-I hAnd at apart; a' matter of ateaily growth within. pie Tell It So PlainlyWhen : = t
money?. Go look to the I "r \1' 'f" I II" It! I.K .
fall of Sodom and Gomorrah ofThf'bell. wishel for something or my public endorsement M I made by ...:. ,I, \ " ',.,, ..". tH \J'i'l. 'h,... :_
ti of Nineveh of Babylon! Jerusalem very own. The'" I HigKer Life is. chararlprued l by a representative citizen of Kissimmee, -....................... tZ
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proof is
for your answer and then ask, why N<.. The years pah,e "
1 Read this bark- ''''KN'KN -11 WNNNIAMN' 1
testimony. Every '
amiah cried out "I pray you lei us !arms NNNMNMII N
leave off this usury. =Neamiah V-10. Upon my child tin .ie.ji" |' wifhin, my'' ache sufferer every man. woman or j # \
I- 'Take thou no usury of him, or in- heart I No rose .i-an I lashion his mind in ac'i' child with any kidney trouble' will find : 1-- -t & I-=> ( )" -te
creane, but fear the Lord thy God that Them was no throb which! did not beat ': 'orja"with tin- truth until he over- profit in the n" slirig'z. '! r $
thy brother may live with thee. I...- for hin, I i Irnmea, the.lavrryof his Unlily.i .._ VV. Bass Southmde, Kissimmee, -- Je.lcr..l. -
viticunXXV-86. No wish nor home in wjiirn ln. had i i -- "'ja., ,88)''': "I>oan' Kidney Pills. have

Ezekiel 22 Chap. shows us the Jews no part An indoU'nt body means. HJI indolent l been of such great benefit to me that s FANCY GROCERIESGRAIN
stand. scattered today because took Oh, happy clay-i of '...cvii't" ? amt 1 of lo\n,! )I j rr ini I I do not hesitate to recommend them'A ,.
and greedily gained from The sweetest that" mother's heart .
usury one an ,
.1 other and the only time Christ. ever has known; i iWhen lame back made it difficult for me to AND J We solicit part of your trade.Country $ :
I A man or woman who cannot sit at atable get around also to or lift. No
used force or sanctioned the use of I could (look l upor mj ctidV'ibright ,) '
force was when with the scourge he face. < loaded with epicurean delightsand position I assumed vas comfortableand FEED OF I S Produce $ I' t.

drove the money changers from the And proudly claim him as nly v..fy in cat danger.a crustin placid a full night's rest was out of the ;: Hides and Fprs $ .
t temple. question. The kidney secretions were : Bought :and Sold -
"The love of .
Surely is
p the
money ,
Then out into a wider life he paused: Our of education so frequent' in that t often had
>. is passage
root of all evil. Debt leads to preset # Phone 61 -
extravgance. =
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Is* r dishonesty, war and suicide. I seemed forgotten in its love and,! joy, largely lacking in the most important to arise six to eight tirhes at night 1 I !.. = KISSIMMEE >

Indeed were r writing an article to Another man woman* claimed' the.full grown I I truths rotating, : to life and, health. tried various remedies. and rubbed my -- ----- I

how up the evils of debt I could make Well! I had had the baby and the I back with liniment but to no avail. I I lJil;
columns bristle. But instead Sickness is
J your I unnecessary. health is I :
, wish to awaken the interest of the And boy so ;I i lived and smiled through (lonely the result. of balance and your rightfnlheritage. I finally hard of Doan's i Kidney Pill,.and r
1. people of Oaceola county, becanse. like days : procured a box: from the Kiasiromee :(j 4 .
+ the boy who gave a shilling for mission But lived them bravely, for I madeno I Drug Co. They disposed of the lameness I t

ary purposes lie walked twelve miles toit' moan.A'Hough PARENTS DON'T ACCUSE in my back strengthened my kidneys '
unsay cnool every nunoa and wnen
.i asked why he was so interested he said earth there was nil heart uponGod'a YOUR CHILD OF BEING LAZY and rid me of t'je.' necessity of Bathing

"1 gave a shilling here and f want to That I could claim andall rising at night. ;
a what ia to become of it. my very
see For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cts.
+ little own I I N ,,'y.N ne rHP; 0'.1 of a H"-j..., .
I have a holding "t
psceola county ,i Fouter-Mdburn Co. Buffalo N. Y., sole
and I want to see what is to becomeof Then for awhile he needed me again, Sr-r- rnetKingr, /isth Sapping'
It. All others failed him and his mother I > -> Lfe, Blood agents for the United States. is Fine !

: Now let us consider.* came; remember the flaiiDo'ifl'sand .. ;

( If you borrow $20UOOI you will pay I held him tight within my loving arms, I Hrf voii I.'k war, ens.' Yerv.'you take,/flit otheaM.INSECT ..
t at least three' per 'cent and perhaps And kissed away the sorrow and the may ..on ever had giounil iLi-n. It is ..., M __B ___ j
twice a* much. That means from shame. .
\ f>stlina'ij i b leading phvsk-inrjM, who :
to ten thousand dollars annually thrown He fell asleep upon my faithful heart have'niveHtigateii" the Get
away in interest BO far aa the taxpayers And I have loved him 'ueath, a low. country districts in auojtT't Florida where thatsome a SUIT and try it
white .
If you are"borrow concerned, it in nearly a year be. i Where I go atone often-for feel at last |i cent.the land of'the n* sandy children that have eighty-five hook pet .

fore you Will be ready to use the i That I have something of mv very tugging away, day and night at worms their FNOL[ L [ COMPLETE LINE I
money and then it cannot be judiciously own. / vitals.If ,- AT 1t.
used in It Juliette B. McCearl.. New
a year. will be at (least [ in fr- jotr chili I is! pale and bloodless t..
ten years before you will get your debt leans Times-Democrat.. ) ''with no "nprlCon't) \ accuseit of being I

paid. Put it any way you please and ( ( lazy. [t is sick! Probably thousands
you cannot escape a cost of $60,000 for Abolish Board of Pardons.: i I of those parasites are sapping tlf<- lifeblood DESTROYER AND H CC.-W.DANN'Si
the use of that borrowed money and and making a dwarf of what
probably three times that besides when In the" following'! interesting card. i otherwise I would tie astrongaixl I healthy
lr the county or an individual has a pocket I Judge Joseph B. Wall judge of the bor or girl. DISINFECTANT -
full of money though it be borrowed Sixth Judical Circuit of this state i You may try to shift the renponsibility -
money it begets extravagence. 1 makes some valuable SUR'gt'8tionarela- I but YOU rannot do it. since it is. HO
Now let us count the benefits !j tive to the pardoning power, among easy to get the information that will 'II iI i
A few more settlers. A lot more office which he suggests abolishing the Board ,I free them from this dreadful disease, A DIstlBcttiely Meritorious Prepantloi
--e holders at much bigger salaries, a I of 'Pardons: without any cost to you. Once you un- I
whole lot of of other we had Tribune. Will I the A Prtvtiuitivt of Coiuclous Olse.aeaI -
i expenses Kditpr:: you give me derstand nature of hook worm diM -- -- - .
better be without. A few good roads space in your colum is to renew a suggestion I I disease, voa can treat it yourself. -
bridges and culverts we wish were made by me several years ago ; Write at once for "BookletK" which THE PIONEER PLUMBING
somewhere else, because we built the' reference to the pardoning board. I | contains the real .scientific facts taken I' INSTANT DEATH TO SHOPS
roads before we really knew where they I I hav examinefKthe question from every I from the bulletins issutn1 from the office @/ ITl'ATF.I' ATKISSI'MMKK .
Ii were mostneeded.True side, and am convinced that the best of the State Board of Health and from ltd lays\ ftttt. Ritcliei WrjjuilMi! Flier, @
''r. some of the vacant l land wil way to avoid the evils of the indiscriminate [H. Stiles'. reports, who is a recognized; [ ANU: I ST.: CLOUD.
raise a little, and some land speculators / I granting of pardons will b.. first authority for the world on hook worm Outrirs Cwni and Stirilum the Ei .1 f fnntcctt FLA.,

we will wish were in hades, will to abolish the Board of Pardons as aboard I disease in fact 4 complete history) of ; Fist Od*i ire Pwflid .F its Use H. EOMONO 8WABEY. PROPRIETOR
bebenefited and use will pay dear for' vesting the power to grant pardons the hook worm and hookworm disease, I ----- I
I the whistle: Let anyone who doubts / in the governor, anu" thereby its elect upon the human system and II TINNING' --1
this go to the old cities and states. and placing the entire responsibility upon !I on society and how to treat it yqu.rself. ,, I __'J _ __ PLUMBING IN Rll ITS BRflNOHES:). BRAZING:' '
inquire of the old inhabitants ft I have : him i instead of dividing it betweenhim'and I This booklet will be sent to any ad preen I
\ told a hundredth part of the evils of four members of his cabinet free of charge. "It[ should be in every OSCEOLA PHARMACY II Plpg CI ;TTINn, TMKKAUINCJ. -,
1 I TE.A""'[
public debtf-and.. no real benefits to the as at present; and upconcl, providethat home( in the South. Write today. Luck j I PIPE' FITTI-.jG, PUMP \VOHI
ntaeeL no application for a pardon or J/ box 322. Tampa Fla., and ask for ) OiCtiIUUTOear <

'" "'New Ybrfcs i debt Is said to be' great. ,commutation of sentence shall be favor- Booklet W. free. ,' .!-4t ,I.I I I III GENERAL C) E3 E3 I N C3"'I q"1'r.I

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