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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 19, 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: VID00451
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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NO., MARESIDJ_ \ |WALKS ,The- Board regular of emi-monthly Trade! ' Road Contract. Is LetTo . ,'Parties Is Sent. Complimentary., 1 114,1eOtscAsT( () : C ,

ing of the Board of Trade wiU be receiving this paperwho ,
Council l Decides That Cement, Brick : re.not regular subscriber '
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held next Monday night irr the This :
Mr. E. .must not think 'that I It is the'intention Week In the Great Popularity >.
or Tile Can Only-, be. Uusd inlaying City Council chamber at 7.30. L. Lindsay of Peghorn to Build a First .
of the
publishers to late '
; Sidewalk ..aalock. At this meeting business Class County Road Between the Towns of 'demand of, them the subscription> Contest-Fraternity. '

.:. of extreme Importance looking to1 < price. as it mailed to them SUB Leads. ,
-- Whittier o'nd .. complimentary .
the further advancement of Kih- Bassinger. :'I
7 Tw mOlt Important and beneficial simmee will be presented the .. .. i. . by our Board of County '

'. ordinances were passed at the meeting most important of which will Joe -i Commissioners for the purpose Fraternity Halilsad.thia! week.while :

of thejjity Council on Tuesday night- the report of Judge Q. F. Parker, As waa advertised in the Valley Gazette are familiar with the astounding rapid-' of acquainting them with the Miss Grace Joljy' U holding second: place

p one to marl I Darlington avenue begin- who represented. Board at the ,. the* County' Commissioners met it-y; 'with which these very land! companies . many advantages and opportunities and Miss Gna-Moon made a .splendid ."

I ing at Broadway, and extending to meeting in Lakeland, when a temporary on Monday to canvass the bids for opened up the Dakota, Oregon, this town and county offer third entry. St. Ooud'a nominees) may 'i '

1 Mabbett, thence out Mabbett to Bermuda -'I organization of the Boardsof building the countyro* d from Whittier < Washington, Canada and, the great the home eeker. 'The paper will teal a. m.rch on you like Shermu' "

; ., avenue, and the other to prohibit Trade of: South Florida was effected to Bassinger, a distance of about.twen-j I west the rapid development of this pe wailed for a few weeks to any marched" to the ..i It it!'tak.. all ram. '. ',I

; the further use of marl in laying side* upon which report this ty-eight mile., and awards*} the con-j great and valuable tract of prairie in person whose name is given us, mer. .
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:;, walk, cement, brick or tile being the Board will take a<;tlon-; also mat- L. EX Lindsay of Peg- j Florida is only a natural conclusion. and If they should desire to receive ;;

? only materials oermitted! under." the new jars pertaining to the Board's horrh; at the rate of 8225 per mile as I j The skeptic smiles' but soon' finds that it regularly thereafter; we FRATERNITY HALL ... . : . .43.69Q) ,;: '

regulations.The finances will be discussed. the following agreement wjll show: I i while he was enjoying his own mirth would be glad to put them on our GRACE JOLLY .. ?:;. ,'85.430 ,' \';.

marling of these two streets will E. L. LESLEY, President.R. This agreement -made this 15th-day'> other and wiser people were selling opportunities subscription list at the regular GENA. MooN. :' ''o\1>:. : ... . ..24.061 -'"'; .'

mot only add to the beauty *f oar town, O. MEIK! Secretary. of August, A. D. 1910 between the I and preparing for the real rates-$! per year 50 cents fo. KATE OBERY. ..t. . . . . .I.: 600 V, .

but will be of great convenience to the a Board of County Commissioners of O- j smile, that of happy contentment.This six months. CHRISTIAN CHURCH S. Boo . .< . : 510 -, ,j .

RUTH THOVlAS. .. . ., . . . . . .. 500
traveling public as possibly as many .ceola county, Stste of Florida, and L. development in our county is a If

vehicles-pass over that route during a E. Lindsay; witnesseth: real' and solid progress carried out by PRESBYTERIAN: CHURCH S. . .' 500 : 'l P

day as do over any in the city except I the county seat of Osceola county.Durjng The said Lindsay agrees to construct i wise and responsible people, by people paper are frequently wasted but the MRS. HORACE WOODALL . . . 500 ,'. '1
the fall and winter Mr. Morrow .
f\Broadway and Main streets, and the and build a public road in and for said I who are "making good," and who havea steady optimistic note of the local OSCEOLA HIGH SCHOOL. . . .. 500 -

Council, and especially Chairman Han- will put in the time in recreation fret- county from Whittier to Bassinger I sincere and permanent interest in the forms happy medium between papers 'j Essi WINN . . ,. . .?, . 600 -f, :'1; '

sell of the street committee. are to be ing that after so long a period of constant along the' route described in the reportof future of this county. We welcome two extremes. KISSIMMEE CONCERT BAND . . ,'. SOO" "

commended for the spirit of progress work he should have a chanceto J. VV Oliver, Esq., County Surveyor. these great land companies as citizens, Our! remarks are prompted by some MAY BELLE FOUNTAIN .' . .. . . 500 ..J.*" :
His family will be with "
they are displaying in this connection. recuperate. of said county, presented to and approved rather than as investors, because we rather neat paragraphs from the Orlando -I Campbell ",
him and it is probable he will take up I MRS E. E. BROWN . .'. . .. ,
of 600Basslager
The prohibition of the further use by said Board on the fourth day have-seen enough of their.intentions to Reporter-Star, which says: '
his residence inthe south. I
marl in the laying of sidewalks is a permanent of April, 1910, and !pow on file in the know that they are giving the beet, "Nothing is so stimulating as the '

Mr. Morrow began his employment LENA PEARCE.. . . . . . . . .
andit 600
: correct move on the Council's part office of the Clerk of said Board_, according proof of citizenship by cheerfully rapidly practical optimism which radiates froma
in With the Ahierican Company when it die BESSIE WALKER. . . . .. 600. _
should never have been permitted to specification hereinafter ahd surely contributing to the permanent 'local paper' that picks out.the bright .
Co. andhas .
operated as the Frey-Sheckler
the beginning 'butr when the original sp cified. well being.\ .of our community.THE side of current events and boosts its .NarcooBsee. '. ,

ordinance! was passed, Jhere were few been with the company ever since. For the purpose of determining the own community; with a pen that forgets; MADELINE HILL. . . . . 500 >'4

4 of our people who thought Kissimrnee When the company first began the I character of the work to he done upon PIE IS CUT trifles in the enthusiasm of its town's I I Peshoo .' '

would ao quickly jump into manufacture of dry and wet pans Mr. said road the total I distance of which" i is,. _- -_ I II development. j' MRS. J, S. STRATTON . . 600"i 't.
Morrow ehar'e that department "
wawgiven o' -
and hand between twenty-seven and i St. Cloud. ". ' '
class in population new twenty- "The 'local 1 '
and he has been"at the head I| Into Twent'y-NinePieces by. Ralph paper' the thermome-j,t JNEVAHYRE . . --- . i''
Cfur has description
some buildings.; town now: eight miles the and measurements ter of civic spirit the barometer of its .i 1

reached that stage when nothing short of the pan department ever since. In thereof as shown by the :', Snyder of This City I moral atmosphere and of its seasons of I I WOMAN'S RELIEF CORPS 600 ..
his record about 7300) ,
entire numbering
of the'heat will meet the demands of County Surveyor in said report is hereby As the tn-cement last week, progress and depression. '' ELLA LAPHER .. . .- . 600' '
working days he has never had a vaca- per .anno MARJORIE CHASE. . . : . . . .
people and the days of unkept adopted, viz: : I "It is used ; : 600i ;
our impartially the
cation and has beenoff duty because of tho judges in the "Pie Contest, by people I "
walks and muddy streets have pa@Oed.! Of muck, 1620 yards; of prairiu) with Messrs. W. B. Harris and S. J. Trip- as social whetstone, mirror tonic alarm i Wtatttler j
sickness or other causes less than four. .
have criticised small of MRS. J F.WILLIAMS. . . . 600 ,Y.
There are some who palmetto 28,700 yards; pine clock, megaphone and
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teen days. In the lr. Morrow opened the envelopes at 3 o'clock encyclopedia. '
the membera ot the City Council for has! been in charge of years the floor no and palmetto, 5,970 yards; ot sawgrass ,I Monday afternoon, containing solutions :. "It is at once prophet doctor messenger The above figures: point out the hustJ ' )

their"Yailure to institute certain re- one bas been injured seriously pan thoughthe 2,120 yards; of hammock, 200 yards; of !' to the number of pieces in which pie boy, pack horse, scape-goat and I I ling qualities) of the contestant and .

: forms. (every community haa more or built are some of the heaviest ponds with sand bottom 2,29Oyads; of could be divided with eev-en'straight watch-dog of the community." I,, prove the loyal friendship of their "

lear of these people, who would criticise" machines pans! turned out by the company.The grass ponds, 7,450 yards; total 43,260 cuts, and found that the'fpllowing had AU of which is well said. When business j(I friends. '

the best man who ever lived-but they many employees of the American yards. endeavored to solve the oroblem: is dull it is the local newspaper I And while the Gazette can show yop , '

must' rot forget that the Council has Company will miss Mr. Morrow as Bu- That the specifications are as follows: Mildred K. 'Winn Kmaimmee! , July that sounds the cheerful note, and whena I r how to advertise South Florida, the

been handicapped from lack of fund/, people will misn the entire fam Muck, grade from :3 to 4 feet, width on I i, 16, 28 pieces. wave of prosperity is about to take a contestants can show ua how to bustle .'t

and the first intimation of an increase ily.cyrus:. All will join however in wishing top 18 feet prairie. 6 inch bed 'JO feet I Mrs. A. I L. Chauncey. Kisaimmee, siding rather than stay on the main I I for subscriptions. And while these . '

of the taxable tnillage meets with a I tli"m prosperity.and* happiness in their wide; pine palmetto, 6 inch bed :30 feet I July 16, 20 ieces. track, it is your home paper that throws people are busy doing so, you prove) '

)' violent protest'from those same peop:.'. n.'w bprnV. Bucyrus (OhioJournal.One ) wide; sawgrass, grade 3 to 4 feet I( A. II. Balls, Gallipolis, OhIO July 19, the switch___ .A local newspaper i is the your true friendship your favorite! ', .

and they are forced to admit that won- of the causes of Mr. Morrow's width on top 18 feet; hammock, 6 inch I 20 pieces. best asset of a growing community, and 1 j,I contestant by giving them a five year

'ders have been accomplished in the I I' decision to move to Kissimmee wax the bed 30 feet wide; ponds with sand bottom I Mrs. II.. Pratt, Ottawa, 111.\ July 20, no man h'as.yet risen to prove anything '!: subscription. What a lot of worry yoir ' '-4

past year III the way of public improve- fact that his son, who has been visiting grade J to 2 feet width on top 18 |114 pieces. to the contrary Asheville (N. C.)1) I ICiUzen. I will save, for then you would be ..ure'c# ..
ment.V,, tto riot claim our O'jnril feet; grass po.nds, 6 inch bed 30 foot Mrs. Frank J. Jacksonville : |I of receiving the Valley Gazette for five ,
his grandfather, Mr. J. H. Eby, who i Taylor -
to be superior to that to I h.. found in ,, width. i'I July I 20 28 1 years to come and. if the subscription
i: i r snfs in this city, has completely recovered pieces.
any town on earth, but we do ny tliatj:1 from the ailment of "hay : All bridges to be 16 feet wide; built 'I Mrs. Hattie 'McReynolds, Newton, THE PURE AIR I| price is advanced, you have saved subt '

it i ill com|>oiert! i of men who hav-- tru-,," with which he has been afflict of 2x6 heart pine with five stringers, ,. Kans., July 20, 20 pieces. ;t scription! money. No one tries to be '
best interests of Kis immeu>|t heart either of 5x8 sawn lumber, or of light- I i UD-to-date without the Kissimmea Val-
ed for and then, again fca has Ke th E. White Urlando July 22, 24
years, Of Florida Excels' That to Be Found '
and who are doing-everything and cxerting wood I pf sufficient size ley Gazette, and what satisfaction to .
; been reading the Valley Gazette. constantly pie sa : t .
r' every effort tp govern the affairs and believes this place is 'des-' 'The said Lindsay shall commence Ralph Snyder, "Kissimmee,. July 23, ? Anywhere Else on the Globe. I know you are one.who helped' secure' '
of our tow.n'ir\ the best possible manner starting work on said road at Whittier 29 pieces. ' '. ." the elegant prizes offered In the) Popu- > ' '
be cities in \ < The
tined to one of the greatest following extract of Interest-
an '
with.he''meanil! at their di.poaal.OSCEOiA' and shall build thence south to Bassin Student I larlty Contest. You did not think of it/-, ., '
the South, as well as one. of the moat Kissjmmeer' July 27, 27 ing description<<. of Florida is taken froman 1 .1
progressive. ., ""' ger, and work shall be commenced' .piece; v .- \5r; ;'!;;;7tJ.-:; .:.'V''',,<;l'!?;r4iI! :; ;\;,.. article! in the New York, Examiner,.j In this way before "or you would haye'{: f.' ;", "
from date and the a'five.
r"THE within seven daya Miss"'Ernestine |C.. Brown', Campbells.: written by' Mrs. ,Jeannette Robinson made the one year's subscription / . .. '
=- entire road shall be ,built on or beforethe July 27 27 : Oh. no, it is not too' late Just send 'in .
a -- pieces. Murphy one of the foremost
THE [ HERE first day of January, 1911. | Florrie women {1 your name for the additional years and
CLIMAJI Sharp, Kissjmin..e. 28.
Will Be the Name of the New Boat July writers\ of today: i
In consideration whereof the said I II 'call for vote certificates. Don't delay,
20 p

Being Built by Capt. Johnson. 'Surpasses That of Any Other Place I county agrees to pay the said Lindsayfor Wm.piecrs.Halimun, Altoona, Pa., August nervous"Now,, and if you have are looked all worn at long out rows and I do it today. . "ys .",'
said work the sum of two hundred The following'prizes that will b V .M '
A representative of the Valley Ga>- 1 I. 29 piecesL. of monotonous stone. fronts and
.. In America and twenty-five dollars per mile, payable *-- sweeps given by the Valley Gazette in the
;ette paid a visit to the *shipyard on Larry Polk Grand Rapids, Mich. of waving backyard clothes-lines) and ,, C '.
in the Contest '
Monday for the purpose of inspectingthe Every: summer there are quite a number following manner: August 1, 29 pieces. keeh kept awake all night by thundering I i Popularity are:
'I Johnson of our people who north for At the reguT&r meeting of said Board, Mildred Custer, Kissimmee, '! First prize., Upright Grand Cott!: ,' '
neW boat i being; built by Capt. go a August "L" trains and brawling cats and j .'
and was fortunate enough to find' month or two, in order, as they thinkat the said Lindsay shall present to said I 7, 29 pieces. your life belongs to everybody but your. |{ Piano, value "00. 5 . ,

: that genial and courteous gentleman the time, to escape the heat and Board a certificate from the superintendent G. H. Simons Monti video, 'Minn., self, just get a hackman to tote you and I Second prize' rebate certificate, Value"'- : ", ,

himself who- gave him the informationhe just as invariably they return and report of roads of said county. certifying I August II, 10 cuts not counted. your trunk down to the old Clyde pier 200. '
to the value of the amount of the work. Third prize, rebate certificate, value '
desired. that they will never again leave Mrs. M. B. Gilbert, Kissimmee Au. and purfh out-from shore, and for the

The boat when completed. will be Kissimmee during the heated period done during the preceding month, and gust 11, 28 pieces. next feyv days just sleep and eat everything 1175. If,

need entirely for hauling freight and is for it is cooler here by ten deg/ees than thereuoon the said Board shall pay the I Bunyan Stephens, Kissimmee, Au- 'from rice and gravy: to fried Fourth prize, rebate certificates,value "t. ./ '

. the best constructed! for that purposeof any place at which they visited. amount so certified leas 20 per cent., gust 13, 20 pieces. chicken and corn bread, and forget you $150. 11\ ,'.'

any ever put on theKissimmse river. During this spring Mrs. J. J. Wood- to be held in reserve until the final approval Carrie H. Murphy, Kissimmee, August ever hunted in vain for Southern cookIng Fifth prize, rebatacertificate'vatue! ' '

In fact it was built with an eye to that all, who lives in North Kissimmee and and acceptance by the Board of 13,- 29 pieces. in New York. Then, after the restful 1125. '" ;" ',

river's peculiarities, and CaptT Johnson who had never visited the -North re said road, when the cumulated re- Mrs. Bunyan Sellers Jupit'r! Fla., ocean voyage, take the fascinating Sixth prize rebate' certificate, value ; --y o/

.. of all men certainly knows the kind of ceivedan urgent invitation from a .seryjp shall be paid to the said Lindsay.I .. August 13, 29 pieces. trip.downthe St.--,Johns river and if :$100.- ," 'p, ''r.-, >If, ,

boat needed for that stream. It will friend in New Jersey to come and jwitness I whereof the 'said Board, Mrs. W. G. Hankins, Kissimmee ver, you saw fine scenery"and tasted The first prlze'to to hiiiteitt : .,:

measurer 15x75 feet 87 feet over all spend[ the summer, which she accepted, by its chairman and the said Lindsay August 15, 29 pieces. good cooling you will surely enjoy both receiving the largest number of' votea'' , '-
of- and latter of June have respectively,signed thja instrumentin Ralph of the in the contest, beginning' with' this issue ,
and will draw only about 10) inches during.the/ part Mrs. Presbyterian on that picturesque, winding river. '
water. It will""contain two Tx'fci' engines Wood all left' for the land of mosquitoesand duplicate, the day and year fira minister in this city, having been.thefirst And -hen you are all nicely rested and of the Valley Gazette, shall be.a ." "" ',
'full ..
... and a good Clyde boiler to match. heat. She returned home about above written. to cut the pie into the greatest begin to "sit up.and take notice," join size, high-grade Cotte Cabinet ). ,

The capacity of the boat will !h. about the first of this month, and in diOcU! aingther E. L. LESLEY | number of pieces, he was awarded the some!! of the parties who go fishing every I Grand Piano, and to the next five lJnky'I : '
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40 tons, which will enable it. to !haul. I trip with a representative of Chairman. I handsome silver pitcher, although there I afternoon and be once more a boy. I| contestants certificate aggregating '

1.000 boxes of oranges at a IIa.l. Capt. this paper, said: "I never again want L. E. LINDSAY, i were seven who cut the pie the Your friend wIll sit in the stern of the 'i seven hundred and fifty dollar /hall be'given. .

,' Johnson has. decided name, it the O- anybody to sptak to me of going Northto The County County Commissionerswere I twenty-nine pieces. There wai one skiff and hold the line upon which dan- . "-""'. 4
spend the m/mmer. 1 back contestant, Mr. Wm. Hahrnan of Al- This beautiful Cabinet Piano I U hand.somfjn .-,._ If
ceola. am just enabled to award this contract gles a "Jerusalem Bob" (a long piece '

. ,, II This.. will be the third steamboat own- from a six week,' stay in New Jersey and do this enterprising and needed I toona, Pa., who deserves special men- of white bacon strung with hooks), I case, deaignand finish-artistic '

ed and t oiveratud by Capt. Johnsonthe ami New York City, and I am frank- to work through the liberality the Southern tion for the neat manner in hkh he while you sit in the center and show off I plainness that attracts ,and U always t '

billie commanded by himself, and the say they were most miserable six weeks Colonization: Co., who loaned the j I "cut the pie," as every pie e of theI your fine oarsmanship. 'Ah, that is admired. Height 4 feet t Inch., width ,
5 feet 2 inches 2 feet 3 inches! ,
Roseada, by his .."n. being the other I ever spent in the summertime. The" county the sum of $6,000 on one two I four sections in which it was cut was bliss! .And is) .there anything like that.;, depth :J ,. 'e
Seven and
when boxed ,
q two. I, mohquitoes up there are as large as and three years time without interest. I exactly of one size, the odd number to be' had this side of Florida? You may ready for -

. On accuunt. of low water these boats house flies and bite you like a dog, and We understand: that addition to i' ((29)) being the center piece. All other think there is, but try it, and then |I shipment weight 850 '' ,

nave been tied up at Kisuimmoe but there are just about ten million of themto I the $6,000( loaned to the county as abovementioned contestants cu t their pie into every match that fine' air against .all the .pound the' ,.
This piano has Automatic Extension -- ". <
I. the water is much higher! now, and every per"on. And the heat, whyw the land companies operating -,conceivable shape; hardly two pieces world and Florida will bear off the '
Front with a Music Rest the .
Capt. Johnson will take th.> Roseada down here don't know anything on the Kissimmee prairie, contemplate being of the same size.: palm. I ,
l o-the hand
I length piano, carved panels
down'to Bass inger next Wednesday< on about hot weather. I have never spent building graded roads every two "Tbe summer resort of the future i is I ,
and mouldings. Has
a trip of exploration.! a night here when the heat botheredmy 1 or three miles from east to west, across THE 10CAL PAPERIs surely in a spot where people are find-,i hard-wood back. The folding fall board board '

The new boat will probably be launched sleep a particle. and almost'every {I the prairie; from the St. Lufie county -:--- ing out that there is, if you know hew of the best known material sounding for reten. .. "

t by the let of October. summer night I am forced to cover u'p boundary to the Kissimmee river. This and where and when to look for it, a I'
the Thermometer of Civic and tion of sound and '
Spirit waves, the wrist t.
for comfort, bpt in New Jersey \ had will sure fountain of '
i magnificent project be put in hand enough youth. .j j .
to fan the children half the I of the plank constructed of compound rock c,..
j LASWHISTLE light to J immediately after the completion of Watch-Dog Community.
J I Has double 4
maple. the French
\ BLOWS. repeating
them cool enough'to
keep and I
._ sleep, the railroad grade from Whittier to Newspapers are frequently criticised Notice i action; the German imported (
---- dared not
venture out the
during day I Bassinger. Its that the rail.iI
) TTor being too much on the "boom" ..01"dtr Nomination blanks uf from this pa-j strings; three-unisons with overstrung ,
.t"')> Harvey Morrow Leaves Ohio to Became for fear of' being overcome by the road grade will commence at Whittier .
I yet the closest analysis will r veal should be used I
not to make bass
per only a ; nickle-plated trimmings three I .. ,
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heat. All those who'want it : J ft. :
are per I this' October, and judging from the ,
| high ..
a Resident of Kissimmee.When fectlywelcome to the North* either in of ; the fact that an overdose of optimism nomination for some party or organize- i! pedals with muffler; ivory keys; quad l, : '
grading machinery U> be employed -", on the part of the press has saved more tion not yet nominated. Allballots ruple veneered, and is
I fully guaranteed ? .
the American Clay.Co. whistle summer or winter, but as for meI'll' /! it should oe completed in ; )
early | than one community from going to the"demQitf&n must be put in ballot box at MissesHodges' j for ten against in ,
years deficiency
I any .
take the climate '
., blows this) evening it will close a long of Kissimmeetheplace December. This grading machinery '
bow-wows as our old millinery store, on Main "
'? Morrow. Today where it ia pleasant both winter i street I workmanship or material. : f
record or Harvey I will then be turned on' to the road,:: friend, Mr. Mantilini used to say. On Kissimmev: '
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.. ends his! services with the American and summer, and where mosquitoes are i building and next spring should see our :i, the other hand there are many people Contest Manager. t .
I after more than twenty-three few and sand flies are unknown. I Rebatt"Wt: ICl e ','
company prairie gridironed with fine II i I who believe that the chief and, in fact, I I II '
,*.;? years employment with the compay. may take some more trips but I assure i roads.! .'. It is hard for the old timer to 1 I the only mission of the press is to boost Mr. A. G. Kenley. tie and timber The rebate certificates given a prizes
Mr. Morrow expects to leave about you they will not be to the north during realize& *how rapidly these great the I are acceptable as part. payment on a'' .,
other fellow's i
develjopmenta time
j game at any and contrator, with headquarters at Jacksonville
: Septemb.first forKisfimmee, Florida:\ the sutniner months." I take place1; but to those who 'I in all places. The of such I' ... ,
energies all In \
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i 'IR'ule8'For Valley .Gazette's Great ..

Nuteo: I. I..r..b iilveu "let th..I..lluwlllll d"K"r'h'dl.n nv..N.e:;y 10 i'a Y Ihw.m"1 due for tareN heran net oppnxft" .e the .""", together. "with....' 0'-
W.ANTEDI.t ouch "ol'lm.1 sd.ern.iug. will be 'uhl al pnbhr ,anrhun, un Monday the 6th tl8t of A.
U.. lulpJn! front ur'bl'' Court 1I".etlo..r ill h Issnnnler, In t.1. moly 01 (>wc.ola, and State of
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!j : Man with .small Saw Mill to I I| Rule I. All l moray for Subscriptions. i I 1 Kule 8: Votes once 'issued cannot be 1 1I .: -0'1' .f' oF ----e------;: .--. Io j

i shall Le said to ,lrf., M. Flor.heeKkyey ( transferred to another contestant. Nw'1:* I4 _,. 'I.. '9'0 H. 4" r..uacv.'V A .. 'I \tip
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r cut a tract of 'froll1.olt'e, to two Contt-tt Manager. I Rule 9. No votes. will be allowed on .Nwq" '4 o'1 olv'4 4K I"' '''' 11' I. Z". 3"' Itt travix. 1 "'W 14 ..f li u 14 .IItI.w '. ur Uw''and.wt
1 Rule 2. C hundred thousand feet. turn mutt be affixetfto all votes befon- |: week after being secured by contestant. ,Hn'of, li w 14u 14 J'I.' c;x. lU 4N1'aNa. W II I 161
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they are of value in the. euntt t.Rule !Subscriptions. must I be turned. in prompt-1 14 ul. AWU I.'.. n Ntrt|> 7'> )'Or'"" wil h' .
'l" 'arrxu', : II .Id,' HI L., __ 11. gb e .1: MI'CletlallI. N' 0 1,106
I j .'',. I!a lints cannot tie L bouj
contei-t will l..- run 0a. fur, lianm. them. Votes will be issued. when subscriptions Ifc-K lie f'ur..r .r''. ul' nwU. r"Ii,*N le. .
: J. 'E. MATTOCKS 1I.N 1111' y'i.,I ii I to.. }d.' I-Iii'oh, : Ja Ik I. Aruuld W T 209
I I are received, .but contestants: N.of' ue''. . :; .. :. .''J 'II..J. N; 6.26Mi ! -
obtain-ed ill o' ill, .w''II I. .. I..g" .n our r",111I lP -
Kissimmee Valley Land Company: Office may retain these' votes and cast tllI'fIIl lwhrneter | 'I, I ).1.... :'IId, ,< x ,I-0rd... w''"v.I. _" .:w : e IJ ".)'-,,,. 1',1. 2112I. "
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I.ol"2. and y. tor 11l"ory Addl..oti nb
or.reiiexVal* the
j prepaid or liy c-uttliij they wish.Uule '
: Uvis'un' of n" IC of m, IC : i.n 3kJ'1, Unlexple, , Cle'tory I 1 ,. . '1II nomination coupons., or free "01 irK fertilicat1 I 10. Nominators. or Contestantsin 110-g IIW ":..r or tic.. "I .n,lt. 1.1111, r I.; , '
yd..I I +I.)'i" o I.; } .1 Ir" ia'd.. a .5 i''Irk."r .1.< k 0"'
: I of eacli week'Jy paper.Kule the Valley Gazette contest inunt'' Si-l.. ../ ""' : AO" ,n"II"..". \\ ". Jr I lit
] 4. No employee the I w'.ur:o 111,1' t : .x-.A. e, Inlr".... J l' Ito
I Valley agree to and! urcept] ull rules. mid !conditions. .!. 1 led i III : .sx. M "ullla'nnv II ''r i ...
'111141tiN % Gazette or a menriber of lus Iii; .' ".. I'.r L. Ja" ,
I 4 i family w N'v "I' n'- < :'f( -< : 1'e 'J r. a I 0'J.
I t ,( N<-<< i>fA', I I.-- lands' o" n' .1 l I.> A I IVl4ol
: RDNNYMEDE MOTOR BOAT clo permitted t() participate either ilk a Rule I II. The right' is re.erted l to reiject 1aris.r, Jr 1., tH 4) lint" ni. HHIIIptv ''.1 149
nom III Ii lor or a voter m the content.ICule "p : loi tl" dill, J/'U".rd U. .
j" I the name of any contestant for ; se ..1 ru1 end! V\ 1 4 "I" 'V "' .
C unditJat'-K will be .. .'... '... ,
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> restricted II Sdao H.u" It ':)
; Sole Ageits for Osceola and Polk Counties '" .... cause, also to alter these rules, should .Hl-"ofti-. '. I' 2'" ."'!. 10 ,lepin, .ux hI IUIlre I 31
-- -of the- S in .urmJe t-ubsicriptioiis. but 111.1 '
occusion, demund.Kule l. (I" air of( 11' 4 nnd'e11unl
lo/ them , 11. '. of us d. '/.. 1.e 2'' .t.uru '. tI
secure in ilav the
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: Mullins Pressed $ =Nii 'I7 ..r I", I. xnd IO'K :, fI and' .-
t.*' i Celebrated United States.Kule '. I IV. Any'questrmt wliirli, shall II w..r. Ill' ..ur ill tut I. rUn.. 0" ..;I

:eo <;i. ( aria" between the contestants, will be ft w 17. fl ,p1.4' ft .r 12 ftll .'rg 19: .' :'. I. Iv'1 .,.oon. Alt' M'tlPmiiiir. .I asw'
Only one N'ominatii.jj Coupini ,
Steel Launches and Row Iii tats I : < W ." IC v : :7e 4'J'' . 11 1 I I t,)
f : \ entitling each. contestant to .Vd determined by the Content. Management I", A. ,1. .ok ;, Nor) II N.\rgni' g -.b '
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votes will be allowed. i iKule and, ,its (tefcision will be 'final.Respectfully xlnp(. ,..Il III, "r I, x.. 'I-" iari.wurtI I w' ".1Lill .
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1 i I I Valley Gazette ofl'ce; by Thurs-day'noon 1.1' ; xnd'1 Iolk 0. Il II I. Ir.ugld'. 1d I h.In.. \( alter .. .
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( ())\TEST; MANAGKMKNT.indicates A.IflII "
of each. week.What Lut I. block :2 I I W illumiH, I-uey I (,Jn'.I
$ "} '" $1)0'1' I and,, 2. 'lo k I.. "iitlcr., Mrs l.yin I K)
ArJO':'; '4 ...1'i.y, .>> :.. .tw"" led 1. Idork' II. I I ..11'Io'h. 11, ur} ; Al
$ -'''' '' ""f' "" "' ... .HclCliiift x uf ill. "''rig' 1"17h. run- .. _
.. that i 1 ;' fl, i 'lilt ft. w I :T4' It n ,I". "II.
$ $ happened to Smith. they are looking fur a I'I, K I. nn.l, I';i-.i'> Addtlun.. : Moll.K, k. t', L 10 i !
nice quiet place to die. and to .see these : lI"h.." llnniilililiull. '
$ : We are prepared to almost sly, tot 4 .liot-innkrr's mib iliv til 'In.,(
,; These boat are built by the W. H. Mullins Co.. of Salem, Ohio of accept barn fellows! in a few weeks, dancing 111. ninl 11, % Uuknowli I I II
:,1 puncture-proof steel pJalell-air-chamberlllikp a lifeboat-cannot sink any statement an to the wonderful efficacy about with all the activity of a _ten All .liliM-k UL M .2'S
leak crack. Perfect models, and the of Florida's gulden glorious cli- ]I U'u E Io, anti 7 lioeiiiiiker'N sill ilivuflilock
w" r warp dry out waterlog or greatest $ year-old boy and forgetting that sickn III. Inkuunn. -4H
j- bargains in the world. Launches and boats hard for immedr |I \AI\ ; lot .
row on mate in subduing all the ills that flesh and: ni I-lim'liittki-r iuli-tliv"
I diate delivery. n" and pain and sorrow ever ex-'j I l ol lilockiljl. Hlvrn JulT .. .7Loos
11 i in heir to. iste l in this sunshiny world. 1. J mllf>}l JlllH'l''I Sllno l.lZXK-- IT til
11J RUNNYNrtKDK MOTOM BOAT CO. We have reached this condition of i| Lot s, btu k e.Mlxr11, ,v o'NHl'ii; Ail 1 IIKIIUMII I 1UI:
'RUNNYMBDE Florida climate, makes. the deaf hear i Ht'lf) HP rur lot blo! ,-k''li. rullM it 7 Ml M
P. 0. Address Narcoossee Fla. 'rl
s sN1 absolute confidence through, re eatev! I ''17 fl. 7.1 :i. 17 n Mullhi'wi: A.I p. tern, /.illti, '. (K'
r the blind see and the lame caper, I I Ixit 1 blu.'k I. Patrick'* Adilitmn. VI..t..J I 14.0CnplntUVl f
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'wvEN N4 '-'NN'N1AM1 w Nw V demonstrations
i in practical form restores the wasted lung and the softened i I | LHIIllMIti'K '
IKiydH' li ol tu ''
rorniT .I.w'4 olnui4
whathas, been actually accomplished, in muscle, ,and as. in the. case. of Mr. of nwi4.' rum. n i-v1'y.1'. r t;'iiviN.

f .......................... thIs line, things that have 01-cured dl--)) !Smith, of Iowa converts a corpse intoa >l-4> I'fW. : .'.,' JIN.|i s "'. 'iM I I,.. J' ."-.,... Ill I fiiLnunn'a I.IHll.lll.' lUf A .15

rt-ctly under our personal. observation.Hut bridegroom in seven months.It .. s':' ifh'v. iif hell ill n i- ,, .-,,. 'it I.slbr..p, | Iliy *. cur uf MM i of nw ',. 0'It .1
I : YOU CAN COME TO : for our sublime and unquestioning in the I I e ., duos n ., 'f't/t i'
greatest foe the rnedii-al' l.'iHt. ib.10 It a 4 1111 js .-' |hurl| w 11. H tittle 2 so
faith we would be tempted to ca".t ,- I', I. HANHY.'I .
H, I ,. leant. on.. 'Klan('" ol suspicion' lipon, encountered profession and the drug business urldertakerl ever I i KX l ..lle'I..r. f.i..noM) < ouv y
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: KISSIFRMMEEI: 1 comes to un Kissirumee. hovnnjf between the bankruptcy/ court'

: via the ever veracious and conservative house
and the'poor until tie gets wise I _.

'. Gazette Knowing! Editor; Harris I and goes into some other l line..-Tampa j : ', :'
an we do however we will nut 0 'I
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\1\ I : KANSAS CITY : call upon him (or.\the proofs of apply ;! Tribune. .,- -. ,'_.. ----j .. FOR -" ,.,.. ' .' ,.:t
to the present-itoryi.the Usual.Mis.j I ,, ,, r j' ::. ; 'j,
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.. I Notice) is hereby -gwen that the registration j] : Tie
In brief theGazette's'Story concernsone ruthAbout
.e $34.00 and spend 25 days .J books will be open at my place -
Mr. II. I'. Smith of Iowa who debarked I
s\ ? { of business I rom 9 a. rn. to 12 m. and! ,
Kissirrirnee last November.He .
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; i ;; : i Long enough l time to investigate" the best J was very sick ivith "lun({ trouWc. from 2 I fi. m. to 5 p. m. daily, fromAuffutt I
<* Lit until and including, October8th
land in BO near the brink of the, grave that he Florida"and
any number of acres ever ; und in. the various. election precincts I
was unable to walk alone'acid/ hail to
pi need on the market<< from September 5th until October .
, + have the assistance of two men to KO '
Mh. Time and place will be designated i
for sale by from the depot to the hotel. He was also I .
by District Registration Oflicers.. I
: stone deaf-the Gazette does not ''
say - values in -
i C. W. GRIFFIN, ; --
"Btone," but we might as well make ,,
f W. S. ALYEA Oct. K Supervisor of Registration. |
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the story a good one while we are at it -

: Rooms U & ;State Bank Bldg. KISSIMMEE, FLA. and r. a detail of that tort doesn't matte A Card 'I!i Farming Timber and Citrus

Having) sold my interest in the Ba n- i ,

...................., ...... The condition of Mr. Smith was such ;I I'I ville Grocery Co. to my partner, Mr.-Jr-; ,

Wr that the undertaking business in Kis- ,
B. Williams, on retiring from the business
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,r. .' ," ........................................................................, simrru'e immediatly began tio "look I desire to thank our friends and : Fruit Lands
r. .. up. In addition to his other ailments customers for their liberal patronageand ,. Orange

.1 THIS BANK MAKES A SPECIALLY s st he was 78 years old, 'which in 'any support, and to assure them' of my I i

..... ""' 1 state except Florida is ;regarded as hearty appreciation same. Mr. Williams I i ,

:>. -of Establishing Banking Relations with<---:- about the time of life when a man begins will continue the business, and I

NEW COMERS TO 'FLORIDA to think of the! near future state besprak for him a continuance of .your i Groves and City PropertiesWrite

of his
and the disposition worldly pos- kind consideration and support.

i ; sessions in preperation for a permanent -- J. S. STRATTON.

:.,, ,, I Any information regarding; Banking in this section of the chancre of scene.

I I country will be cheerfully given, and your business with The Gazette says Mr. Smith hadn't Public Notice or call on x

i- us will be strictly confidential. p pi been in town more than a few days, before I Notice is hereby given by Mr. Joseph/

C' -a- -- he was able to walk out to'the artesian N. Thompson of Washington; U.) C., I
!, that he in not and never has been officially RD.WARING&cO.State
well and begin imbibing that life-

I Kissimme \ fluid. Two months later he connected with the Osceola Land ;
Citizens Bank of giving and Investment Co. The use of his i>

} gave away his ear trumpet and could name as> an. officer thereof has been

= ARTHUR E. DONBOAM H. M. PPANNVicePmldent W. H. NORTON = hear perfectly. That wonderful Kissimmee without his knowledge or consent. Bank Building J

= PrMtdent Ca.hi.r = of Further he publicly disclaims any reI
climate assisted course, by
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\ .. the artesian water also restored Mr.1 and hereafter, done wither credit h r-1 ..
Smith's lungs to; a thoroughly sound tofore or hereafter given said compa

t John B. Stetson UniversityLINCOLN dition and!," as conclusive proof that he I ny. :S2-IU! : I --- --- - - -- ----- JI!

HIULEY Ph. D.. Lilt. D., u.. D.. Preiidenl has completely rejuvenated, he wentto I Florida Maps. i I - - ---- - --

:THE BEST SCUOOL II! N D FOR YOUR CHILDREN Jacksonville last Sunday met the Upon receipt of 25 cents at the Valley : /
of his there and
sweetheart youth got I II :
SEND: TO STETSON : .. Gazette office
%: a pocket map of Florida
,l. married! He has made up his mind to I
49 Professors and Instr College of Liberal Arts I will be mailed to any address in the ROLLINS COLLEGE It i i.LOIIID"
least and if
17 University BuiHings College of Law live at twenty years, ,
28 Acre Campus College of Technology I remaking is alt complete as the Gazette United States. We can also furnish : OLDEST COLLEOR 1

. 4, Ml Students Last Year College of Business would have us believe, he may yet: earn mars of Osceola.county at ill I each, and WINTER PARK .,
glad t* estimate on sectional
b. 92M.OM.O Endowment Preparatory Academy maps
of Govenor Gilchrist's silver
15.... Volume In Library Normal and Model Schools one spoons of any kind. DEPARTMENTS :
$1' HL/0 Pipe Organ School of Mechanic Arts which are especially provided!, for the (-olle e. Academy. ScBool 1 of School Fin.
Jjuaic. Art.
c.LaboratDrleafor fond of thirteen 01(1( papers can oe bought at this of- Utmintic and Industrial Aru.lJu.III.... School of Kxpresihm. School of A. 1.
4 1' Science School of MusicUnsurpassed parents or more School. ( "un -a for '
M'. General Equipment School of! fine ArtsSererMtdontihorlolorroenf Florida Hopefuls.This fice at 20 cents per hundred. They are Profe..o" end In.tructor.. 'FACULTY '.
prepared 'In th.
mrm ted rount weawn. Careful admlniMratliin and rhorouih lupentaw entirely credible instance of the very thing you need to put under E JroJity Unlvmjtle of America end
a krtaiu. sad aot corUn teic.ilnc., For otalon.. view,' for InlonmitKm. or lor room rewrvitkHM. ..ddrtUJOwN' matting.Old LOCATION .
\. !.STW.XCOV: y7NIVWRSITY O.I.-AND. ORiDA. what a brief sojourn in South Florida your - --- .On Height Atlantic" Coot In *'lnT.pd Seaboard Air Lin,, fill milni north of Tamp-on th "FIo.Id. .. ,
: one of the mo.tbeautiful
will do for a man needs no affidavit papers for sale at this office. BUILDINGS and healthful town of the South: n.TmeJaria. .

UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE FOR WOMEN attachment to convince one of its Ten. eommedkni and attractive bulldinKm: Sconce Hal] (( in proeeu
I l"nt"X0': Bcr"- .>ln < Lake Vlrvina, which UconnectaSTr '' eS-
UIIEMlUii TM.UKU3EE truth. So many Vases. of the sort have H. D. GEIGERAttorneyatLaw..- n.1g, ; quarter.:;: mutton lake.' ;dollar.'.avant..ndowment outside room, for each student: electric llehu; firs protection l'

IUI'ElIOI lilT .IIEIPU.IVI I INSTITUTION fOR _. 'Norm.1 occurred that it is regarded as "a matterof :v
Collea-e Arta and Sele School. ATHLETICS .
RDRIOA mm HER School of School of Art. Bohool of Exprvaalon. course to see persons hauled from Foot ball,ba. bail baxket ball rolf tenni.. _tnK. awlmming.a. rqulred If7m..tica, Golf
aarlcurturml experlnMnt School of Home,-:c noinlca.Ftret link. and Irymna.lum a. In. a any In the !!o..lh. ,
I Faux: eolletrae. tattoo; the cruel and North with'all Tboroughlj Christian, but
r Unrveralty nten>ion. *< pr' favor, and aaaUUanla. claaa equipment throUBhomt., Tuition I.... killing of State Bank Bldt.| undenominational spirit and control,
\ 10 per cent tnereaae In ttejioance ...t rear, Other .xpen_ ".11f low, r'ur luormatkin admw one foot and four toes of lha- otlfVr' 2\-Sm Bev Wllllaai F. Blacka .a, Pt>. D. L. L. President.
Attractive bulMlnire and catnpua' ForcaUlocue dew. Kissimmee Florida ,]
addreM a.1 MfklllE. ryas..[ lewepl C''IAI. .lltIeo1/ already in the grave whose condition : .

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GEORGE N. SAUNDERS PROCEEDINGS OF I combination most rtesirahlo. of and these valuable.. two properties t ..........................

THE All these. advantages ran be secured II EMIL MACH ERNEST MACH .
Boat BuilderHIGH CITY COUNCIL on terms, if desired. Act t..drd Oil c..
I I Added! to the above pleasures and advantages I| '-",
I Kissimmep. Fla., AI1 (. Iii, 110.: ,, ; there are excellent! healthful : MACH: BRAS. '
GRADE I The Council met in regular adjourned
climatic-conditions. Where the sUmmt' .Z
MOTOR BOATS. SAIL p 0r He-union President, there; J. C.MooreV present T.. M.FJ. ,Rivers 1\1 akin. ,, I iM i fanned by cool breezes from the J Livery, Feed and Sale Stable

1 AND HOUSE BOATS non, J. M, 1 Unwell and J. Ft. Gilbert ,, ocean and gull and numerous inland .
REPAIRING A SPECIALTY I Clerk I II lakes. and our delightful winters makes. ;: Agt. InternationaLHarvesling.Co. : '
I An onlmance was introduced entitled'An life a perpetual dream sufficient to lure''' S
|Dcprc c.tallvc fnr th O"lInallI'rovutinJl: for the Payment the most fastidious and exacting. i: : ALL XJN'DS: : f3EAVY:: IIA.VI.IhCF. Zr. ': V
of Interest upon and for the Redemption I II ,.,
Marine {Engine I "Water-works of the and City Sewerage Bonds Bonds style,"! These with blessings hut little and effort.advantages areyours Everything new and first class. We render prompt and; ):

HRRo and for the appointment of Bond Trustees For further information address satisfactory service day or night. ...
The Woilfl'i SUnilir 2-CyclB: Mater and defining the duties of said ,
Tru8te..",'-'! whereupon on motion it was Nelson Realty CompanyOver ONE HALF BLOCK FROM PASSENGER.. DEPOT .. ,
Plants, read a first time and liy unanimous I 'Kissimmee Fla. M1y
Pumping Engines Irrigation :t Phone 113
consent was read j it second time ahd put Citizens Bank, ;;.

...C. A, l.R..QS'rclth1ebL: / 'v. "C1 HHYJkN SKCKKTAR: upon:An. its-passage ordinance amend and unanimooaly an ordinance pa."sed. Kissimmee. .... ,. -Florida. t ...........' ... ........4....." 1, 'V ., '

entitled 'An Ordinance i Large desk blotter for sale at this .- . .
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I": The Waters & Carson Width, Grade of ,aide-walks Conatruct and certain, Composition office for. 10 cents. _,-,,--,.. ::...= = -o==- _-., T ;
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; streets of the city approved September!, :

28th read a 1909 first"time was and introduced by unanimous wtllch'was consent AILORIN6:1:1Is .l i/l(/jV jVNew' Shoe Store n

Grocery Company upon passed.On watt'read.its passageand a Beyond time unanimously and put T : ;

C motion it wax ordered that the sa art few achieve, but '
Wholesale and Retail Dealers inGROCERIES sopermtemlent of the Electric Light Ladies' Gent's'and Children's ShoesHIGH
Plant place street lights on Uillingham ANDERSON.&BVmJMDARLINOTON 1 -
f On motion duly aeconded,.motion carried AVB. 1 x
Street Committee instructed
I to streets-clayed as follows: beginning Excel All Others in Kisslmmmee See pall Yeu'1'' Buy MARSH & WHIDDEN i
) between the two Banks on' !
Darlington avenue running N. W. to AIM do Ik. BEST CASH BASIS 0:
Mabbett street, thence west on Mab- STATE BANK BUILDIMBPAINTS. ) '
Cleaning Dyeing Repairing i .
WE SELL WE BUY bett street to Bermuda avenue. iI ".
The Clerk was instructed to draw I
warrant in favor of W. F. HamIlton_
HAY HIDES for tSOO.OO in part payment of well.
I On motion duly seconded the Finance
GRAIN Committee was instructed to see the
FURS i Citizens Bank in regard to settlementfor .
WOOL There being no further business the "
SHINGLES (Council adjourned to meet in regular "
AND adjourned sessio'n Friday, Aug 19th A.
ORANGE BOXES"J" : D. 1910, at 7.30p. m. '
T. M. RIVERS President. ..

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Fine Combination '
CRATE NAILS I All painters like to paint with the best '

1\,.., I I paint because they know they can .'
'' all kinds. Anyone desirinif to -enjoy a country give a good job and 'leave satisfied : 4
; .f' We sell field and garden seeds or i life with all the advantages of excellent a

.,,id. i We give special attention to fitting put hunting. and camping graded school and high school, church customer. There are no two ;

.' parties. privileges, good market, also choicf citrus '
better paints than Patton's Sun
No. 12. _
limits. Phone
Free deliver in city fruits of all kinds, berries finest of .
\ ws are c:) n agents/ for goad fertilizars. Ask us for circular vegetables, and at the, same time own Proof and Mastic. We can furnish. / :- - '
tt"=. and pnceson fertilizers. -- - some exceedingly; valuable, rich fertile you with any cofor or stain for the "
"soil and trucking lands where fine flowing
'. outside as well as the inside, and if ,.
q ------ ---- - -- - -- -- -- ------ ---- I artesian wells can be obtained can i r

1OUCC.ocCOQOCQCOC .oooooc ) rxxxxxxxxxxxxx; have all these blessings. right!; here in you will compare our paints with
I'I Kissimmee, the capital of Osceola '
I c. jy. CARSON. J. A. CRANP-ORD. 3. U LUPFER Florida. others you will soon join our list\pf\ L
President. Vio-Prratdent. I..t.crp county
I Pinedale is the logical location for satisfied customers. r,
valuable suburban homes adjoining our

'} K1SS1/MEE/ LUMBER CO. city educational limits, giving and commercial all kinds of advantages.religious Mechanics and ItiiihlerN should get our price1Siish. : ? Ii

, Five or ten' acres of this excellent land Doors Nails, Locks and all nnf (ICrH' II# t wltre..J .
" 'f\ will furnish ample_ room for all kinds of .
citrus fruits peaches berries and vegetables .. ,
leaving room for a poultry Call nee and
: P'ug.h and Dressed yard and the keeping of a Jersey cow YOUWILLBIESURETQCO IE3AGAIN a:F
and horse.
Combining the above-mentioned acre
: Pine Lumber. with the rich fertile lands in Park Gar OSCEOLA HARDWARE co. '

,,Y den where artesian (flowing wells' can
t be secured in great abundance, where
S. L. LUPFER Manager -
.1 three to four splendid crops can be
HOUSE BILLS A SPECIALTY... raised per annum and Pinedale being <
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.1 located midway between Park Garden
and the' town of Kisiimmee make theI" -

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I The Kissimmee Valley Gazette OUR HERITAGE.Written ;. THE LION'S ROAR.: -- E. SrouglitliMsal agent 33-tf.

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Advertisements '

r v PUBLISHED EVERT FRIDAY. .. .for the Valley Gazette! by An Appalling.ror to Sound the Traveler That Brings .Tw. I 1 and.Sundries. Orlando, Fla. 33-10tpd .t'. ?
k ? Ofiice'in Valley Gazette Building Shaker M.( E. DANIELS, Fla. Ones la ,the lion country yon '4earn > > }FOIL- SALE-C 101.110, '. E L. Lesley
Colony AshUm.
KlSgimlBB. OSCBOLA COUNTY. FLA. ? . -, thQ real reason why he In termed the_ Advertisements ar/Inserted under head at the rate of'fl..tests'per Addition to KisHimmee GOxJ21feet..
.t ; king of beasts. lie looks It: besides; Apply' to J as.,,M. Johnston, abstract ,
v"'i W. B. HARRIS!! Editor and PropT. Why trunk of the past with its shadows- there Is the terror be cast. over all t tie line each insertion!' , . o ce, Kissimmee., 33tft ,

f'F TRIFLETT. Go I bury It deep (n the grave, brute creation about him. Aud .. s .
A. J. Associate Editor. as for : tAUNCIL FOR R1E-Partie*, wish
o M ass- -----=.-==-=-. .Plant'floweri above It, abundant-1- terror,' there Is one feature of life In' WADE, the tuner,, Orlando.) ,? IF YOU WANT an extra bargain |Ii. | log to go on the lake either for .

+ SUBSCRIPTION? RATESiCM f No memory of sorrow theyTTttve. Bast Africa tbat I the traveler .never onsale'atC. fancy dress goods, go to'.JLSC ,Stan business; orpleasure, day or flight," '
.,,, Above the 'is shining, lie lion's t'01 m'no REMNANTS W: DII.25'a.! ford. SM-tf can be accommodated by applying
*MftV. rim t1ama us ,bright sun 'forgets-( roaring 1 .to ,
_..u alga. .. .... .. ...... -- \
A -.r. :Dee . Around us the pure azure sky, '<- other sound Jn nature U more awe,' Inspiring PICTURES ' the Home Store. FOR ANY kind- -of metal- especially -J. M. Hansel.. 1 '

All _......tiotd. mecpt from our a1l1.lforoI Bidding each soul to look upward morn appalling, especially *< FOR 'SALE"': Fougj"I'e'JW.;: ; ;; ;; : roof., use black Pearl metal paint. DO yOU WANT R.idpath's! History! of "

tr4r; i Yee attar will not In dared be returwd br the wrli.rReirMd salewi With no thought. of.a "sweet bve and I beard- at really 'eloae range! or among Miller. 24-tf( Ross Graves. 34-tf' the World? One dollar down and two "> .

......,.. bye" bills, where the ecbo resounds In Its -- dollars a month until you pay $39 I .e.'
? ." ,. rolling double baas. Contrary to ,fbe DWELLINGS for non ,,apply. o- .-Tf4. FOR.SALE.Coal.ghgJe: biiggy\ and Se .Dr. Breaker- unit -"
IBata.d ... 4er. v harness! ; price J3(). H. JBeelman, back W
.t DM Po-tofflM In KlMlmmM.Fta. commod 4olitioe opened. 3321WANTEDTo
........- ....mail...-... Today, with 'rich'treasurejs with,ue, Idea, \llouH do pot tbelr " of High School bldg./ .83.4t.pd .-- 1!
-, . Today bid us aeek the great prize thunderous the night'only": REMNANTS ;' 'lace andTmbroidery; at ;; .
Ih' YOU have roof thatneeds painting purchase lal'g'elot ofrypresB.
!In a I
Frequently open daylight one
i > Iaap. .AUgust lO.lVlO We know we are made in!,God's ImiigeWhy startled by a sudden, outburst C. W. Dann's. .27-tf Black Pearl metal paint: >t the cross( ties. Inspection andwMtlement' ''' _

:_ not see! with-omniscient; eye7 They are a noisy lot too.,' At night I M'CALL'S patterns and publications at right thing 'for this climate Ross I at point of loading on, Atlantic r
and! ; A. S. Graves, 34-tf : Coast Line Ry. Address! GreasCo.Jacksonville. ;; eI
It \a ours to look Inward upward : Gilbert's.' 25tf
have byrd u band keep up tbe dire !. ._ _. 'I Mfg. l Fla. $4.8t '
Mrs. M. Florence :
MI: Keyes To fathom our power, till at length chorus for :hours at a tome) a bloodcurdling FOR fresh< fish, phone the Rull Bass''I ANY man or boy'inter..ted in forming ,' ,1

The Valley) Gazette takes this occa- W e will trust in our forte as possesHing concert tbat LrllI&'a 'to mlod Market.; No 189. J9-tf a band will meet in the rear room of ft PARTIES having' leaky roofs will do "' .
Y the City Fruit Store, Monday night. V I1 to notify the Pearl Grit Roofing '
aloo to' introduce'the. of its The Infinite force ofGodJs strength. every tale fanciful! ) or true. tot their ,-- -- - r
manager daring, of their tierce rapacity and FOR dressed poultry phone, the; Rull Aug. 22, at'7:30.: !S4-lt Co.:, of OrlandoThey; will tell you '.
i popularity contest now running, Mrs.M. just what needed and what "is the
fear of the; future before .. II..t'ID'II. Baas Market. No. 189.. 1 I 19-tf :
Florence Keyes. to Its numerous With no u might. It still further, to' have \V NTED-A good farmer.; 'wiIl'JYIfJOlI ) I moat economical to. repair it. They '

i, readers and patrons; as_ a lady who We win triumphs ne'er yet attained; an added drendfulness wben -one .U I lying THE BEST and .ch'--pe-s; ; 'candy";; in 'Wages, steady employment to..I will have a gang at work in Kissimm ,.Ar. '

We climb vast mountains overlooking wltblu' the frail walls of a tent town.. City Fruit! Store: 34-lt right' arty. Address Tom Campbell, 1}r. for several weeks 34ltKkjiJ _
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corses): among U. With the highest recommendations .
the clouds with only Its cniivns" between one-nnd ------ -- W..j-Palm Beach Fla. :34-2t-r lxi l lWE
I JSliKD: rooms: for light hous
of social from i I -
; position And view the heights we have gained. the formidable. tuiistclnfi. t SPECIAL SALE( fancy dress floods sell ; ; I LX keeping, nice, clean and airy; for rent
can groveor a reasonable
those who have known her throuh' Listen now! There .. now on'at H C. Stanford Co. your orange C
Today is the day of redemption I goes OIHV-JHJOIII-' 34-tf price on shortnotice.. List I long ur. short terms; no drinking, J
and we 'feel assured that she will receive lug la the distance. a roaring <>(,II"ototbat - \ gambling! or any immoral conduct al-
The beautiful Eternal Now- BUY hosiery rom H. C. Stanford with us and allow us a chance to Verify ,
j every attention and recognition 'breaks Inttt from six to n dozen your this statement. It. '0.Warin/ &Co. .lowed. Mrs -))0'. G. Thomason, Old '
the'"sweetbye Co., and ,save 25 31-tf /{ '
for ]
We more songs per ent. 1
DO !
'op..ra House. I
at the hands of our people to which a' tails From the lirat to the fourth the I .. 33-tf
FIVE.a of the finest
f 4! woman 'of her high intellectual, Christian and bye volume usually lucrenseH; I Ibeli It dies. ROOMS for Rent-Apply to Mrs. D. acre clearwater IF of
fruit lands in Florida fronting you are thinking!
Nor to Rrief of the past will we bow M. Breaker. .
l ,' and social standing it entitled. down. "At Very close imirlersone.bears I 3I-tf lakes and thoroughly protected Florida come to Wmdemere

I n Any courtesy shown Mrs. Keyet will the four melt gradually Into u BUY 'your shoes from' A. S. Gilbert. from cold. S. S. Griffin, ''owner me show you Mme of the best r .
: We. khowxaet forces within un purr Itself. diminishing to u gr wllIlJC.dlseont..nted Fresh stock low Gotha. Fla. :32tfANYONE and, vegetablelands in the
1 prices. 25tfi
f be the VaJt'Ua]
t duly appreciated "by : Are like the unfathomed sea, uniinble! Hint lasts: fur 1 : .. frontmfp'on lake and protected '

Bette.r : .. While Genus arid Talent combining/{ about! unit a minute, or there Is the i GO TO J. M. Post. to get your jewelry, anywhere, can start a mail cold. Tiv* and ten acre tracts at 'It
=-=- order business at home. No canvass.- anil miit. S. S.
watches Griffin
I | and clocks repaired. 23-tf-: I..rrlsto I
Find rival man's other sound! menacing .soft
,destiny. equally
>I Notice: to Advertisers.. a in \ / mg. Be your own bOH" Send for free tr, Gotliu", )Fla.
+I II I It I'We know our vast heritage glintensWith and sugKestHe crunching/ iMilvc. UK i SPEND your cash with us and get a,.etI .tI booklet. Tells how. Heacock A 2144,

In order to print a sufficient number I gems. as pure as the sun; though the beast,; had nlreiidy .s<>ttli>>l I a{ dishes free A. S. (;1l; >ert. 25tf I Ixickport, N. Y. FUH SALK cheap for cash; or will t
of for subscrIption list to B icrewsoiup men 1 I. The lion s.tulce change for property/ in or near It
k f papers our large These are culled from the depths of our MUTTON ielh. BCJAICDEKS wanted Mrs. E. J. Alvey; 'I(
Is mighty; as mighty us big strength' fat and fine, at the .Himmef, a r-a-re orange and
find it to to with '
we necessary go press I nature, Rull Bass Market *. "fun accommodate several persons with
I phone 1M 19-tf! fruit grove 4 years' old, COO( I
Forget his li.-ibils.!! his love of larrnui'
the first side of the paper on Thursday.For Which by. triumphs o'er self we have - --. board and room at her home in' rear tins! coining season; iJU acres fine ;
this reason it will be necessary for won. and his daylight, turn cowiirtllce niiil AGENCY of the White Star Laundryat of school" house, or board! without also l 'i houses" and. one acre
you have the' IniinuHslon of a ,khiK "r the Home Store, Phone 154. room. :14-tf ,
w our advertisers' to have their copy in I _. ('alt.(! in Caret! Colony, Cuba.

i ,: 1 not later than Wednesday noon to insure bt'oMs-o real royalty' .along Mncaxlne the brutecreaton.lverr WOOD() per .strand, $1.25-; five strands -))0'1"1land." -: --..,-unproved--, or unmiprovVd.large write, S W. I'hilliphon, Box
) Kissimmee Fla.
+ { a change the same week. i I CHIVALRY.Be *."".';5. Kissimmee Lumber Co. iS'-tf' I ; or small tracts, high and dry, 33tf'I
u") margin of beautiful clear waterlake.
= -- =.f- = "" LET us help make a fortune.
I cHivalrou In ;of HAVE von seen the "limit" in "Walk'' Write for and to you
). nobility BUILT .ON DISCJPLINE. i prices terms have, :i.HHJ) acres of muck and
TRITE AND f RUT lirUL i spirit high courage, magnanimityand I Overtjust arrived at C. W. Dann's. S. S. G rlmn. owner, Gutlia. Flu. :32-tf acres of hammock and pine land

Big Dep.rtment Stor. Ar. Managed Til E- EM PI RE Life Insurance. a water frontage five miles,
ut'Trt.l gallantry there. dwells chivalry. I x 5 OR (a DOSES 61'>6" will cure any case Company
ten minutes buggy of
Exercise it. Wherever\ a childcan I Like an Army."Thli of Chills and Fever. Price 25<:.. 14-:"'*6t:> wants a good: hustling. agent( in this tnnthat we will sell you for f'.
[By Ou PROVERBS.] is like an army" the managerexplnlncd locality at once. A profitable occu-
t'' be helped, wherever a stranger when I went to him to ascertain PRENTIS" : sells Kimball pianos and organs. ;'ation will bf the, result If you write acre; ; part cash, balance on time.
See The Home I' A. Hull, I District '' M Br.ak..r'It Co? Kixsimmoe,
him at Store to Fort'Myers
himself be guided friend who is / Agent
should shy'set
can or
) Every man so conduct\ a I by what system he hft ndl..ithp -- ,- Fla.1.1.., it now. _. .-.
as to be an honor to his family and the at cue,wherever a weak brothercan big! dfpnrtnifiit. store. "Tbe usslwtfllit FURNISHED{ rooms with \board. FOR SALE liar lu-res fine

F local business profession or organize be saved from falling and shame liinniiner-t, ure the geiuTalf.-tlie :31-tf Mrs. W. W. Saunters.N1EMK.YER . WE have for sale 4KH( ) a< r8 of land anil muck land
tion to which he belongs. wherever I department tieiids, the colonels) the __ I near Kissimrnee that will prixiuce timber on tract ; 20 I acres in
{ marts be
', an step can floorwalkermajor, and HO on down &. Wiley's White Ribbon n,,tMJ( worth or vegetables every vear. tion, UN acre* ready< for plow ;
p r I made easy wherever a servants tbe line. Only matters wblrh ore out Bar f'ottled; drinks and lemonade We"" are offering it for sale 1 at 1 2& an bearing' orange{ groves, two .
C N is of much virtue in men I
odesty a ,
lake beuch. Land. lien
H. M. Breaker opposite
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position can be dignified in his ice told. :34ItFITC. acre ;0. 2h-lf!
r 'j 1 eye. of tbe ordinary routine are brought to
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,, l women, i if the world doesn't seem to Clou I Ion East Lake, near
r-' __ appreciate it. is the chance f for chivalry to show the commander In chief. .. :STANFORD: CO. is flOW selliriK FOB SALE A residence. which. (cost Island. Apply, to R. G.

\ __ itself. The organization Is built'on "(1"1.1- dress goods at greatly ,....duc.o'prlC'e. '' $:!.50(); 10-acre orange grove and 100( ) ]iacr..s City Tax Assessor Kissimjnee.
Each Individual know. shut ... fine timber land fronting on a''
pline. 34 tfLIST
who I -
\ The rnftu wrote "Love thinkethno I t beautiful clear\ water lake, half mile ,, ,
work he has to do, and If be falls thefailure
I evil" dl Q't live in this modern time your pioperty with R. D. Waring from railroad postoflice and school.! .
of criticism. :, Slipped Hi. Mind. reacts directly upon him. Thus & Co. for quick sale at State Hank Price\ $6,141>(. S. S. (Griffin, owner
"higher1' each In Is responsible to tbe one THE: PRESENT. '
--- Aa automobile came whizzing I turn building./ 23-tf G<1lha. Fla.. :32-tf
I above JIm! until the responsibility ------- . - eAN
through a small town and bowled over !!
: -'. ," Energy and promptness are two factors I reaches this ollloe In tbe anal I analysis ( COUI'ONS given with every cash purchase intelligent person may earn JKH) We shotHj be blessed if we
"s rw- who I a prominent .resident Among those. redeemable in dishes at A. S.GiILJ..rt's. monthly correnpondiig for n"wllpaI'
characterizing every man 1 otn responsible to the firm. If ji lived in the present always and (
who saw the accident and were excited : '25tf' prs. No canvassing. Send for par
q makes a striking success girl ties a bundle wrong or I there Is a I
ticulars. Press 'H! look advantage of accident
by It was a young physician Just Syndicate 2245 every \
dispute with n customer I am directly: HOSIERY for men, women and children1 !! Ixii-kport. N.V.; .
, i There is a phyachological law. unclerJjir.g beginning to practice."A responsible) although 1 here' probably> at'reduced prices. I Big I stock t.. 1 that befell us, \like the grass which

I : .- expressions that manifest ambition. doctor! A doctor!" be cried. known nothing of the Incident. 1 pata select from. Call early and (get your. TIN:: rooting guttering, pump, work confesses the influence! of the alight-

j "Somebody run for a physician!" the actual administration'of authority wzc while they last. we have the! goods, teals and men to sit dew that falls on it. and did
:31-tf H. C. Stanford Co.
v "How about yourself do first class work. The PioneerPlumbing
) suggested an and responsibility! -right down the line
\ Shop. :30-tf) not spend our time in atoning for
t't The demand always brings the supply acquaintance who happened to be at until the I'l'r&oll"ho l Is at fault feels FOR choice :5 acre suburban fierce

1 the scene. Doubtless of tracts, Kissimmeciaidens. J. M. neglect: of put Opportunities, which -
: : if we but open ourselves-to the "Uni It personally! hundreds tiff SEWING:: MachinesAgency, for Sniper"'

1 versal Power House." "Sure enough!:" said the young practitioner. thing! tiiTppen' In thIs store every day _.WiJ <>.n. Jr. 2 P i I "I ever thought of tbat" of which I have no knowledge stud I Idon't &.' .Ul month Machines rented
, hi --- FOR RENT: -Several nice office rooms Home --
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Everybody's. need to know about (hem. So The' Store. 21-tf -+ .
Ambition that seated desire
means in-Fraternity Hall. Apply to C.W.. Guns..lrd .
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7- i < vrboni" have dele-I - -- '
: long as tjje man o Darin. . 27-tf "t
which Secretary. .
to materialize ideals I .
4 certain The Kitchener, at one of the''din
J County Commissionefs.of Osceola | .. )land ,,
gated the- authority delegates It: -- --- ----- I MUCK near on which'flowing .
I f exist as mental pictures.Many' : . subscribe for j' '' wells be obtained is ners tendered Mm in New fork, apolo-
county ,regularly one turn to some one wbo knows bow to WANTED-To exchange double-barrel! can bring. f
., thousand, copies of the Kissimmee Valley use It properly there Is no reason whyI brpt' h-Ioading shotgun for a bicycle. ,' ing-from $100 to: 200 per acre. I can glzcd for his. wont of eloquence: ;"M.-

; l' mothers. who ''Ip ak" of their Gazette; to ber .sent proepective"* 'should Interfere ;'Address box 697 city:;. ::. '. 2It1! I 'sell. you the same kind of land for '25!) I "1 can't speak; tbat Is why; I; don't" :. "+ ''n j '
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child of an acre. II; .M. Breaker & Co o-tf '
as a precious angel, speak
;; own should 1 .. be xald. "I think It Is better to ,
their settlers; and the results, as regards the "This Is the way !It be. FOK-'SALE at a Hargai -Sawmill, 5XK( ) -- keep
neighbor's as that "pesky tow- ;; development of the county have been should not consider that we bad nn effective j feet capacity-and timber.\ Apply to FOR SALE- Lea'rn to be an operator. silent than to put you to sleep. The

iwadedkid. most gratifying. Boards of t ade areexcellent system' If It were otherwise. A 'j S. S. Griffn Gotha Fla. 29tfFOR With a telegraph\ instrument earn officers of the British army are noted
._ I i the easily. Telccrah, instrument .
system 'must; be so perfectly organized | money : for their Inability to make a publicHpeech.
1'.M things, but a newspaper reflecting --L rg. with, wire and !
I alphabet for
"Tis to be pleasant resident property..
easy enough and every man must know and live up i Whenever an officer Is foolish .
actual conditions in community land1lnd rr.00.)( Apply to Bradley Hans.
f ,
a calKvn
; When )life flows by with a song, to his responsibilities so sincerely that I II truck orange groves Kissimmee. h'la., enough to rUe to aumviT a toast
going to hundreds df people fifty. H. M. Breaker KI. I nm..e. Fla. 4-tf
;; 1 But the man worth while> could walk out of this office today j I - - -. - the guests say to one another significantly

v A , Is the man with smile, )' two times a year can give other agencies and not return for six months."-Interview FLORIDA Schools for Florida | WHEN visiting St. Cloud, our Kissim as he sits down:

everything baa gone dead wrong. I'I'hen cards and spades and still beat them With Manager of New York Let me find you one for rorrttngterm. T..ach'l"rs. mee friends are invited to make their 'Well you know, the bigger the v

4 all/ in attracting favorable attention to Store'In Bookkeeper.A' Herbert A. Speir, Marianna t Co.headquarters All thepopular with the drinks St. Cloud Drug be gun the bigger the bore.'. -

s r; r for the past few yean the Com mi ssionera its town and section -Lakeland News. Fla. _. _. 26 t Sept had at our soda fount, and can our 1 ice -
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of Osceola county have been is the best
I be
---- -- -- cream that, can mnde.
Chronic Pessimist SPECIAL Hosiery Sale now on lit II.
13 subscribing for from five hundred to Appreciating the value of alive, and of NAILS -
Co. 'a. Reduction 25
C. :Stanford
\Vbat are you gloomy about now 7""I :
,/ one thousand copies of the county paper energetic newspaper as an advertising that there per cent. from regular price while THE person who buys the 4,000acretract 100( las 8d< Cut Ca.'.' .Nails.. $2.35:
was" just readout are of muck and hammock land
sending them to prospective set- medium and a getter of new settlers, 10,000( murderers loose In our land." they last. :31-tf and a quarter miles fr'jm: Kissimmee Writ for price o. -

Hen, and the past year the assessed the CountyjCommisaioners of Osceola "Well?" OFFICE fixtures, filing cabinets and at $25 per acre will double his moneyin SASH DOORS. BLINDS ETC.HillsborouebHardware .

Value of that county has increased a county have subscribed for one thousand "Yet if 1 were to commit, murder labor saving device. of all kinds twelve months. Write II. M. Co.

million dollars. It of the liasimmee'Valley Ga Yawman & Erbe make. See Pifentls Breaker & Co., Kissimm! Fla. and
a 1
pays even county copies f'poae somebody would want to bang II14-1112: Franklin St. Tampa, Plfiv ...
at the Home Store they will tell you al: about It.
1 t, 'to. IIdnri1.-Waud1ula Advocate: zette.-Sanford Herald. me. -Plttsburg Poet

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w r BUY We want you to read this carefully -

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

t give generously to the man who will expend a little energy and a little intelligent labor on it. t,4f

( Y Where on earth can a man find an ideal climate, such as we have in the Kissimmee Valley, in combination -

1 H orne' with a rich soil that will yield him from $100 to $200 per acre per year, and yet buy ,both .soil

r and climate for ONLY $20.00 PER ACRE. .

n u That is what We are really selling in Florida, soil and climate.. Without the climate the soil could

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

I , '.. And then think of living in a climate where malaria and heat prostrations are unknown, and where ( .
l I there is no coal to buy or chilly: raw weather to endure. Get away from these things. What is the use

: 1 'BeautifulKissimmee I I of enduring them when it isn't necessary. .


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

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TfieKis> sltTinee.Valleu) Gazette 'I' Do not fail to" Attend the meeting of Deputy_ Sheriff went p to iN VOU"NG MAN" OD. t tI one of all ceremonies. Miss Hilliard t II BUY SUPPLIES : ;4
the Board of Trade on Monday night, nford Monday and brought back Doc .,.. one of our bestt and most favorably ,
all matter of. extreme importance to Sclpio, a negro, wanted here for the "I' ladies ." ,-
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TBLSPHONC young Lights "4
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1 the welfare of.Kistimme will be for larceny of a pair of pant from another .
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.../..:- -- : --- discussion i negro. Scipto\ plead guilty in the Coun- The Life I. of. William. Redding Smith .e y Team of the most progressive young Before .Sunday and t ,Keep Out of.?;:,: ,

. PUBLISHED EVERY: FRIDAY ty Court on* Tuesday, and was fined is Ended men elf the county'\The best Withes of '
t Mr. Thad. Oliver, who has a dairy at $50 or 00 days In jail. the Valley Gazette and a host of. ad: Temptation. '
; .. --BY- St.CloUd, received by on 'Wed 12:80: I '.
express On afternoon o'clock
., ,..,... .. be will place with hia. already large the city on Saturday from the lower William Redding; Smith, one of the Mr. Lightsey. . to Consider; : the following ordinance( and : ::'

a: "-- herd.. I section of the county, he naa. most promising young men In this' community Mr. Lightsey will build a .reaid nc. then to, assist the officer and the .merchant -' .s 5 ,It. ,

been located for the past two months ; died in this city after an Illness on Hilllard'a Island 'on, the lake shore :' :
Rev. Father Fox-Will be in Kiasin- building houses for the/Hunter Land In the enforcement of Its ;

: Weather Report .iII.'on.Satu'rday afternoon and evening. Co., and state that he has about completed of more than month. 'where the happy couple will make their l Ordinance 7, Section 62. .. .. .. ;

Will say mass Sunday morning at. 8,, th."worlt,* Deceased was borrjf/ )in Orange: county future home.. "Any m.rcb&11'Qr billiard table
r 'clock/ ? in the chap l at the home of e went-flve yearn moved with '
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keeper or ten pin alley keeper or f
Following sre the daily2 temperature Mra. A. Tress. : .I Dolph Berli., ofovington'rlty; -> recently hie f ther' .this ; ;. 1
.I .connected with. the statisticalbureau ( family to .serf place' Banyan Stephens pastor of the Baptist : of any, kind, ""ho"ahall keep pea., .,

'' 1 4r and precipitation a* Me.sre.D.. Ingrain and J.' W. Miller of-.the U.\ g. Department it when -jult a youth;!, and baa resided church in this city6ROCERY .' .;r/ ,, x door.on the Sabbath Day, or trade, or -.r t,

:: reported by the Governmentstation left Tuesday for a ten days'; trip to_,Commerce: alRd-iibori? is in Kissimmee ier, continually to within: :a,short time traffic ; of .
on tat keeper
day, except
'at Kissimmee, for that Chicago and St. Louts; where they; expect 1! for a few weeks looking over the field. ago; when he moved to Cocoa from STORE SOLD .
-drugstore*, who shall be allowed to 'I
i. I to purchase a'ear load'of horses Mr. BerlS,peaks optimistically of the ; .
weekending ui"llt.18; 1910. and mules for the which place'he returned sick a month for purpose .,
local< market ... I future of Florida keep open the of Mllinff
. H. leaves sf father four brothers \
w Yai Mix aaaiWe. The friend of Mrs. Hugh Cobb of The FriTafiity'5all' would i certainly and oi\e sister all' of whom wire R. S. Floyd Sdls His.' Business to drug Medicine only, shall, ,upon "f

Friday . . . 93 73 Macon. Ga., nee Miss Victoria Floyd of hold a {'thing of beauty and a .:wtonng with him at the time 'of hIs death eS : conviction, be fined not more than $50 ... '
this city, will be glad to hear of the arrival e'vef," should they succeed.In 0. C McLean or be* imprisoned for not more than _
:1 Saturday. . . 98 71 .37 of bouncing baby girl at their in Contest cept his sister, she'living an si distant i \
a the first price Popularity A' 'iu.iness' change of conslderale: twenty days at hard labo, or -both ,
: . . . 8 72 .23 borne ... }
Sunday. on August 6th, i But they can feel assured of possessing state. such fine and In theereUon die;
when -
I magnitude took. this week ) Imprisonment
. . . 93 71 2.00 I a Cotte piano .by winning the rebate The remain buried place
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'The following! well known citizens of certificate, if.they fail to secure first R.: S. Floyd sold his grocery store to of the court J; : i
r . . 93 73 X16"Wedneday. the /
Tuesday_ tlssimmee.:were visitors to our city today I' old family graveyard about four This + j
place. O. C.: McLean the. purchaser ordinance ha been on the books f'
'.t" . .93----6 . : Messrs. P. Dann, A. E. Done- miles from Winter Park, the sad rite taking I < I
A. A. Loll and Mr.: llamell.Re- Judge G. F. Parker, who representedthe over the business Wednesday of our city for a number ofyear* bat1has -
Thursday . 9( 73 . gan, being conducted by the local Masojiic .. I
.A '. porter-Star Tuesday Board of Trade at the meeting of ing. Mr. McLean has long been a resident never been considered very seriously -'. ,
of Trade in Lakeland lodge of which order deceased was an '.
South Florida
of xthi* section, has been a turpentine I recently, Tile Laymen's Missionary -
. .- St. Cloud moves splendidly in Popularity on the 9th will make his report at honored member. The following members -
Union of this launched .
'f Contest and Monday and operator on a large:J scale near city has I. .
they say Missllyre the meeting night,, every attended from this city:. Roma '
.e wvwtvawNVw. shall be first. Who kfibws but what member should be present to take part this\ town for several yean, and disposed 'ojulte a strong sentiment In favor of .

she will go into firs .prace next? So : in the discussion that will follow its Th mu, S. L. Lupfer, T. J. Bell G. \ of his business only a year ago. proper observance of the- Lord's Day. ... r .;

4; J TII; LOCAL FIELD.H. don't be surprised if she does presentation.. W. Bass, W. W. Carson, Mr. Re-idle, It is understood that Mr. Floyd 'will They propose to assist the officer of ;.
G. F. Parker Seth Tlson
) s Mr. Emil. Mach is expected to return Mrs. Jennie LighUey of Bartow associate himself with Mr: Arthur E. the law, as well a* the merchants; in .

$ home tomorrow from Chicago, wherehe came up last week to attend the marriage F: W. Stalker, A. E. Done Donegan in the wholesale and retail the observance of this! ordinance. ,,

$ $ has been spending the past four of her son, Henry Lights.ey, to gan J'. M. lIan ell, E. P. Dann, John The three'drug stores have already -
feed arid will ,
----"" ..- weeks, purchasing horses for Mach Miss Myrtle Hilliard. Mrs. Lightsey Johnston, W. M. Moseley. H. II. Wood- open up temporarily
Bros. stables.* has a host of friends and relatives in in the building in the rear of W; signed an agreement Among themselvesto
f Trade meets Monday night. all 1C. O. Meek and F. W. Webjting.these ''
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.Board I this city, her old home, who are always B. Maklnaon Co, their Intention being strictly observe the letter of the law ;.,4.1

Mr.and Mrs. Lee Bandy visiUd.Or. Prof. K. M. Evans, principal of Osce- pleased to extend her a cordial welcomeon being met in OrlaVido by five ol to build a large and commodious houseas and sell nothing but drugs and medicine "
ola High School and his estimable wifereturned her occasional visits here. that city, who accompanied the funeral 1'
Jundo On Monday. soon as arrangement can on Sunday. This means that those
to the city on Tuesday night the and took in the I necessary
Minn-Nellie Wilson of Apopka was a after a two monthBxva,:
!I' vimtor in the city Monday. spent in Georgia.; Green Fla.. but formerly of New York 1 ceremonies. .- .. candies and soda water at the drug

i 1 f' Mr. T.. N. Farr and children, of .Den-. The many friendu of C. K.. Prevattare has brether-in-law.been the guest: this Assessor week Join of( his L. Card of Thanks.We . I Bees Do' Well here stores on Sunday will have to do th.Ir'purchuing t, )

l .: '-n, were in town Monday. pleased to see him out attain afteran Overgtreet. Mr. Hollister is highly Mr. Editor: .oh Saturday night. ,.in the.
which and desire to extend our sincere ,.., r-'r
'j I illness of iieveral.iays and atone pleased with our little city regretsthat I noticed in future. q
Horn to Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Oliver. time was regarded an exceedingIsngerouH. he is not in a position to make it thanks to our many friends for their your paper some It is to be noted however, that this
15th inxt., a daughter. home. since an inquiry from California regarding -
o the < his permanent kindness'to us in our recent sorrow
.. bee culture in Florida. Whileat crusade i III just aa much for the benefitof
1 Mr. and Mra. A. E. Drought and This .vei'k Mr. B Uickerson the concrete Busineee has grown to such an extent also for the many lovely flowe e. few other place of business as it is for '
Bassinger a days I met Mr.
; baby spent yesterday in the city. man, purchased the lot on which with the Kissimmee Telephone Mr. and Mrs W. H. Bruton ago the drug stores. Grocery store, hotels,
his plant IB located from Mr. W. B. i Company theft it has become necessary Mr. and 11.1". '. J. G. Gottwallesand Henry Addison, of that place, who
MisHi-s Willie West and 1'ansy Dukewent Vlakinson, it requiring a sum in four j to double the capacity' of the switch tells a quantity of honey and from him restaurants, etc. have no more right

to Hull Fla., for a few weeks figures\ to turn the, trick. i board and as soon as the new board is Family ._ obtainedthe following facts: under the ordinance to-'sell cigars, etc. . w I yon
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visit.George, f sa'li' I installed four hundred phones can be Mr. Addisdn has about ICO hives of Sunday than the.drug store GitHceries : .. .
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. Capt. Hi-nry; O'Neal of Ki> have to the maintenanceof
Albert I Parker re- are necessary
and in town yesterday making arrangementso i intention to cable all wires on the bees, mostly of the Italian stuck, and
I turned-from a visit, of ten days. to points navigate a line of passenger. and principal ttreets.MesRr week Wade, the tuner, will they are kept in the old fashioned way life but these must be bought on the

"I ( t'Orjlli.MI"S freight launches between Ki plank boxes three feet high
and far down as Stanford. C. W. liann square by; the buyer lays the liable .
t" 10rr i' I.awnoii went up to Or- points un H. C. work done are requested. to send names or grocery-man/ i
the and W. B. Harris left on Tuesday night one foot in diameter, or in short pieces to a fine of $50 and hard labor twenty
liinilo! last Monday returning name in lo the Grayetone, to receive IItt..n.'tion. .
afternoon.Mrs. Mr. Jim Johnson this week sold his for a two weeks visit to v. a hingt"n. 34f 1 I cut from hollow trees. He plants noth days

tract of 45 acres aprons the, big ditch in Baltimore:! and New York ; Messrs -- -- 'lag from which-they may feed, letting Put in your supplies before Sunday; ,
L. H. JenmiiKM, of H.ut'kw..lI.cII.m. North KiHKimmee \to Mr. K. 1>. Waring Stanford and Dann to lav in stocks of: them depend entirely upon the wild come and keep out of temptation \

.' in TtfeBday and left Thursday ftn. who will at one cut it up in town lots good for the fall and winter trade and of Lightsey-Hilliard. blooms. He explained: that his A KlsaixuER. .MINISTER. \
Harris to take in the sights average
trip home.Mr. Mr.
her return market. - .
and place them on the America's greatest cities., Last Friday night at the home of yield per gum each year, was gallons \

:St.> John of South Pines N. C.K Miss Genii Moon) one of Kissimmee'smost Mr. and Mrs.J. K. Hilliard on Hilliaid's of honey, which he readily sold at $1.00 No Canvassing ,

arrived town yesterday on a tourof popular young .ladies, in making a Mr. W. L.. Paulk who came \to Ga.our Island, Miss Myrtle Hilliard and Mr. gallon. Wade, the tuner, doe not and will r, .
..." splendid race in the piano contest being city 1 1ft t Wednesday from Cairo, united in I per not canvass, but will be pleased to attend x .,; ;k
of assistant txI'oBtmaster Henry Light ey were mar J. W. Oliver
royally supported by her fri..nds.who to assume position I' to piano, if you grill send ,
from JackKonviTle .-. has rented your d
Eugene Bryan came Vans Agnew, : riage. Only the immediate families (
shall win first ThT
SurF declare she prize. I Old papers for sale at office name into the Urmystone. ? ,
and spent Saturday and the cottage in West Kissimmee lately were present to witness this most joy- 1 120 cents a hundred. Next week, $41HOMESEEKER 1. .
day with his parents.Messrs. R. D. Waring & Co. report the occupied T by Mr. Geo. W. Overstreetand ,

of HO acres and house at sal.\\ will moye his family into it soon I c ''
G. E. Tarbox and O. Derbyshire Mr. Cams of New Mexico who For the paeHent Mr and Mrs. Paulk are .

spent Monday visiting with some once take up his residence there. and stopping with Mr. and Mrs. J. M. - '. .. ''' ......
comrades,.. Taft.
of their old at begin improving the property. Gardner. 1: '-
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( Mr. Jacobs one of Haine Cite Marshal J. McPhatter left Mon Mr. Henry' Overstreet, who is now in '
cltiz ,". spent. Monday City I ... to a re ative here ,, ;
moat prominent < r at Green Oklahoma in ,:
for'a ten days' outing
trurixucting businean. in this city. day W. W. he move Sf 5 car I loads of ABK'
his absence i
Springs. During Jr
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Genial'', Dell le looking after the offendersagainst / peaches in thirteen days this (season in i' 8&r
Ed Hogan of Uoughman the and dignity of th..dty.1 I that state, and would go from there to'(
spent| Wednesday\ in town transacting Grand Junction C< lo., in a-short time

busine and greeting old friends. Col. 1'. A. Vane. Agnew; w ho has been i to handle the fruit in that section' but ,

left spending several weeks with the Fellsat : would surely be in KiKsimmee when theoranges
H. B..IIind/ baby onWednesday '
Mrs. A.
from and begin taking on
for a visit of ten days to Warrenton, Va.. recuperating! grapefruit
his recent a..riollslJlnt'II"! returned home. a golden hue. -
Tampa,and i last Saturday night much improved in M f,
Price William ''"n August ; at
Mr. J. A. RatlifT, the popular Mid- health St. Peter' church Blaenavon, Mabel. I
I land conductor left yesterday to p-nd Helen of the late :
Mrs. Prank Graham of St. 'Cloud left votingest "daughter '
1t his vacation,Ilmong. the hills of North I Monday for a three weeks' visit to Edward Williams, Bridge street, Newport ' J;

\ .'. " ., Mrs. C. E: Franklin! and little daugb\) i aunt .Mrs Blount, who was on her way of Whitebrook Llanvaches' Miss, Mon..N..wSouth Williams{ ., A4 ?HOME r ,7 ..
Wales J
SantoSprings to after a fewwt' !ka.--vislt to Argus. ; .'.' " '
' week for f ;
'kt ter last last Espirjtu : Narcoos- yi
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jj near Tampa and j will.remain her sister..Mra. H. 1>.' Colvin. a see sister, and ofJUrs.spent the P. W winter, Hill. there three "..

.until our public school opens and .
Miss Mearns Mrs. Edward Agt.'r years ago.

County Treasurer Miller and his interesting Mrs. H. U. Colvin of St. Cloud were in I On Saturday ]last Mr. }.; FOR THE 't I
returned on Wednesday the city Monday and made this office a .
family came to Kissimmee oah.Jr..Kcotl\
in the.mountains pleasant call. They came in to accompany \ I.
from a two months outing Miss Joanna Knight, hi .
Mrs. Frank Graham this far on I '
of North Carolina. Fort Drum and repaired to 'Mr.. Hres-
her way to..Kansas.Mr. .. cott's home in South Kissimmee i where! ;,,
The latest additions to the list of au- Rev. S. b. : -
elected they were married by Snyder
.Commies W. W. Chandler, newly
tomobile owners are County church. ,
of the Presbyterian
the School Board pastor *
Councilman member of County ( .
HionerJ. S. Stratton and and enter their .
from They will reside here, /
from the third district, came up j
John lIanB..II.Mr. ).
r'' wedded life with the best
Tuesday, and
his home at er on
has opened a several in the city host of friends.During .
C. C. Turlington will spend days I
soda water bottling_ house in the build- transacting business.Mr. the vacation of Mr. W. C.

ing lately used by Mr. J. A. Lancaster Gilbert assistant passenger agent .
as; a photographic studio. John M. Lee spent the first two this station, his position ia being ''I . 6 r ,St t ? i r
daya of this week at Southport lookingover by Mr. F. Christ, while Mr. G. M. \
; Mr. S. B. Aultman was called to the prospects for a fruit crop this der is in charge of the ticket snY-1

Chicago, this week to attend to Borne winter, and reports that conditions night, and Mr. R. L. Jarrell\ is . ..
important business matters and will were never more favorable for an immense substitute! for Mr. Christ We are Informed -
be absent two weeks. .- ...... yield of oranges and grapefruit that Mr. Sriyder has accepted '. "

Miss Grace Jolly Is being upport..d .-, Mr. Will Hancock< -ot Rosalie the I permanent employment with the A.C.L. .-. < ;

.. With such vigor who can tell but famous 'gator hunter passed throughthe Messrs. Porter and Anderson, repre- . :
'.' what ahe might be first next week. in city yesterday on his way to Tam senting the Seminole Land and Investment b '. "jt:;
. Contest. where he will in the business I ,
Popularity pa, engage Co., were in the city Sunday and
of manufacturing purses and bags I JJ;
went out to St. Cloud by auto,carrying _
Mr. A. S. Nelson, one of our mos from 'gator skins. I the well .. Tells "
enterprising and energetic real estate with them Mr. Jas. F Brown, Our Illustrated Book ,
I who took a num- '
- agents spent a couple of days in San- Mrs. A. A. Simpson and children returned known photographer, .
I ber of views to be used by the company r .
ford this week. front/ Hender onville. N. C., on I .. .
had in showing the growth of that city. Mr. a
Wednesday, where"they pleasantly II! Brown took the first photos of St. Cloud
The Z. T. Rials place at Campbell spent the summer. Mrs. Simpson is
was sold this week to Mrs. J. E. Kirk- Oi.e of the efficient teachers in Gtfceola site before the town was started, and I .

patrick, late of Arkansas, R. D. War- High School they .are among the most highly prized

Ing & Co. making the Bale.Vk .' archives of that company."Heaven" ..

Mrs. J. E. Reis of Port Tampa City, I will be the subject of the .0 ,
a Miss Lamar Pass, Of Key West, who stopped in our town for a fw days Baptist. pastor's sermon Sunday morn- I -

has been the guest of the family of: this week with her sister! Mrs. Duke, '' ing. For the past month" the t>astor bas .
a Mr. W. M. Ferrill for some time, left I who. in company with her daughter been discussing some of tie, fundamental I : '.

for her home on Wednesday i Marie, went with tier to her home for doctrines of Christianity. The. I :

Miss Emilie Mourgeon, Tampa, who : a stay of a few weeks. discussions have been instructive and -

. .. has been spending the past three week I Mr. 0 B. Howse 01O ala, who i is "strengthening. The subject last Sunday of- : . _ = __ _
with friends in .this city, returned to largely! interested in the cattle business was "TheFli'lal" Perseverance .'
her home on Wednesday afternoon. in this county waa here this week look. the Saints. This doctrine was proved :
by various readings from God's Word I
after his interests. Mr. Howse
I Mr. R. D. Waring has purchased the Ing th. brick city is enjoying its full Of course! there must be HOme place or i H \

famous Potter orange grove near Carroll's says share of the wave of prosperity. reward for those who persevere, and KISSIMMEE: VALTEY
still and will begin at once Mr. Stephens believes that heaven ia j
God's reward. services are at
extensive Morning
making improvements.
Mr. J. B. Williams the popular Foghorn : -
I 11 o'clock. Everybody( cordially _
P Messrs. R. Patterson and W. H. merchant was in the city Sundayand I
Cleveland, of St. Cloud were visitorsin > went up to Sanford on the morning Mr. J. E. Branch of Aberdeen S.
Kissimmee on Wednesday and paid train to meet Mrs.! Williams who has Dak., spent a few days in this locality J LAND COMPANY

the Valley Gazette! a moJt pleasant call. I been on an extended visit to relativesin this"week, leaving on Wednesday on ,; i4tF
Georgia. his return trip home. Mr. Branch came J

1 t Reports from the bedside of Mr': C. here for the purpose of making an investigation I

: J. Woodall are that be is steadily improving Mrs. L. D. qeiger of Apopka arrivedin for parties in his state aa to J. E. MATTOCKS -

and if no setback occurs he the city Tuesday on a visit to her the feasibility of raising cattle profitably -

will be entirely out of danger in a week son, Attorney H. D. Geiger. Mrs. on the Kissimmee prairie, and I Manager
Gelger came down to look over some during his stay visited the Bowen farm I .

Deputy Sheriff Bryan and C. F. pj.... property here, and may decide to purchase and ranch-some twenty miles south of I II

vatt, Jr., arrested two negroes at Henry a home and move to' this city. this town. After a thorough inspection I, ,
Gouliling's lobby on Tuesday, who he expressed himself as more than convinced -
'are wanted in Jacksonville for laceny. In its announcement of the death of that this country surpassed any Kissimmee Florid
Mrs. Oliver last week the Va11ey-Gazette that he knew of for the raising of cattle.

Mrs. S. H. Bullock and children inadvertently omitted the name r.nd the growing of field crops, and said I

left on yesterday foe a stay of a feWweeks of her youngest BOn, Thad Oliver, who that he would recommend his associatesto
at Coronado Beach returning in is in the dairy business at St. Cloud and purchase property and begin operations I

time for the opening of the fall term who was here to attend his mother's fu in the Kissimmee Valley at the 'I' / -J _::: +. .- kiy

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r ITEMS Of INTEREST CUPPED piinclpally at Kisairrtinee, he iS enthusiastic ,
( FULL LINE OF .... FROM THE ST. CLOUD TRIBUNE about ''St., Cloud- He' saya tlio! long I experience on the markets for fertilizer mat riale irj all !I'
1 land company has treated the colonists i ?' parts of the world and ample capital to buy in greatquantities; I
GENERAL HARDWARE fairly generously, and that it will con at'rnost' favorable limes and to obtain-all.concession! given for I
We hav in midst an man )1 strictly cash .sales we buy our materials at lowest ,possible prices.
our expert ; time' so to' do. He intends to Mace St.
,: 1..15.! P..<:1.K. HurnltMr. P.Iata l ail.and Vlrniihoi. niavtwarjry Lru..a. ,irfar-turf-r of mattresses. Now is the )"wo of the leading railroads have' lard l their tracks to our Factorv and
r Cloud his winter home in future and to that ,
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o' a.d C.0A. Ladies' H.%.. tim to secure another industry for out build immediately at the lake, where so whether we l buy al t homo or abroad w<- secure t the In''" ,,,t friMght t
i to"", 11. Spanish grant makes aoo c GRAIN FEED AND FERTILIZERS omfortablo mattress, and there i"i no'' boat houseTarge enough to camp in Our factory is, equipped\ throughout with labor-Having. devices" therefore
our fertilizer i.s handled J at minimum moat.Our .
. reason why palmetto fibercan not be 1 I temporarily.I I trade that
: is so immense our office expennps are much II-M per
used: for the same purpose. Let our ,I ton than m possible> in a/Smaller bun I".8. Our every condition is
m Located on N. y. Ave., 2 doors from ?t. Cloud Hotel '
Grocery the front Mr. Robert E 6th; N. favorable for and we give the benefit. While ,
Hardware Store Penn. Ave., near'lltli St. Board of Trade come to now .Blair Company economy : you wemake .
t in this matter. One of our pustofners I Y. Heavy Artillery, has just completed the BEST w<> can and DO sell. the CHEAPEST % '

IUH fRICES ARE LOWEST for PVLLRff Pawn Eaa..r S JOHM.ONfmrm <<>> recently presented the Tribune with a''I a six room house on Florida avenue, Call on our local agent: .

duster manufactured by himself' out of'' south. When Mrs. Blair arrived in St. WATERS & CARSON) GROCERY CO.,
FtZTRNYT: : : "'C'REYj palmetto leaven. These can be made Cloud she was practically helpless with' S
I' or addressYilson
here where there is plenty of. material 'rheuma ti m.' Today she thinks nothing I
all could also palmetto fans. I of'covering seven miles afoot and doing I & Toomer Fertilizer COuJ'a C .
i her own housework which she has not I l;

ptil Av.. between let ..lIlltll Pr omt- IXIIvertes F. E. Daniels of.Michigan i is getting done for.the past fifteen years. She I _ _ __ .. __ _ __. .._ ---J
via scored 8aya ely for the falsehoods he i tells us she is aa smart a* a young girl j[

_. .-.- _ -':- '.=:' -...,--.=-= -_ -__. _' _C: "- .. .. published in his home paper as to Florida and she certainly appears so. j .
and its posnibilities. Editors and ,

'PLUMBING AND STEAM fiTTING writers arc daring him to comedown to j i H. J. Barns of Kissimmee was look

Florida and let them show him what ,I ing St. Cloud over last Sunday. I ; F' I3AI
the men are actually doing with Florida .

;>" L. B. \ rowers who are netting $1,000) ( an acre !; was in St. Cloud: last Tuesday on business
.sae- WITN They want to show him hundreds of connected with the Seminole Phar I CONTRACTOR and BUILDERDoes I
t Osceola Hardware Co.
f farmers who are making more off ten macy. .

t ,F.rty 'Years Experience in Large Northern Cities. acres thr.<,country than off they WX!can acres.anywhere. else. in. Dr. F. G. Thomaon. a prominent 1 General Contracting and .JJuildfng and Furnishes Esti-

Only. First-class Workmen Employed. physician of Kissimmee was here last ,, mates on Structures of an.size" or Dimensions whether h
Windmilland Pump Material Calvin H. Mills of Sydney, N. Y., and Wednesday on profession] business I II it be a Two-Room Cottage or a Tourist Hotel.

ss" Always on Hand. Mrs. Calvin H. Mills and son of Chicago --
0 ) PHONE KOSIMMEE arrived in the' city lad Tuesday I|I Hon. C. E. Franklin one of Kinsirn- I Makes a Specialty of boring ARTESIAN WELLS

; ,evening. Mr. Mills has bought property -;!i I mee's 'substantial citizens was in .st.1 in which he has met with the greatest success
5 LOW EXCURSION RATES here and has built a handsome'home {: Cloud last Tuesday on: business. t tI of any man in Florida. ,

on the corner of Vermont avenue and '
; I Earl Lupfer passed through the city
llth street, by Contractor W. J. Thomp- Give him your work and it
last Tuesday from Ashton on his to Tissimmee PI l
way la.
FROMJACKSONVILLE eon Mr. Mills speaka very highly of will be well-and quicklydone.. ,
his home in Kissimmee.Mrs. .
,, St. Cloud and will in the future make
this hie home having disposed of his
L W. Pilley of Kisaimmee was _
; VIA )Northern!; interests. _. in the city Sunday driving: over in her + +F++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

: r, ': \ Atlantic Coast Line I I We are glad to say-that we shall enlarge new Hudson touring-car. !

the edition of the St. Cloud Tribune Jack Loll and R. L. Roberts of Kissimmee. THE CASH TOREl

I in the near future making it a six were in the city Tuesday on -I
may ;' . $l1',OO-Washin on. D. C, $15.50-- Richmond Va. business. -I -, *
or eight page paper.. A linotype ma- .,.
.I'' 1 Ill $15.50 -Norfolk Va. --- j First Door North of
...L$22.00Chicaao chine i is B'.RO: on the road and will noon be Postoffice
-"f.; i":*"' $19.00-St. Louis. Wo. $lS'50+-Hot Springs. Va.-, added to the already excellent plant. Chaa. Dann, was, one in .of St.Kissimmee'sbusiness Cloud last I .........a. i.

$21.00-Detroit, Mich. $12.0O--Wilmington, N. C. We sincerely trust that the public will :Sunday.;; : There you will find SHOES, HATS,
: appreciate the improvements that we --'- -- :t
:;? l1'.OO-Louiaville ky. $13.8O -Chattanooga, Tenn.
are now making in this paper. I DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS all of best :tt
J $17.OO-CincinnatU. Ohio. $15.2Oi-Tullahoma. Tenn. NAILS ,
I Tickets oi Sale August title Final Limit September 1st t I B. F. Callender, of Rochester, N.Y., 100 Its. 8d Cut Cislic Palls. $2.35 quality and lowest prices
|owns four lots in St. Cloud and has ten Writ for prlc+ onSASH. :t
i FAST TRAINS THROUGH SLEEPERS DINltae-AR'S acres at Alligator Lake under cultivaI DOORS,BLINDS.'! ETC -I I
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s j*, ', For Information I call on nearest A. -C. L. Ticket Agent, or write I I tion. Although Comrade Callender! was . Hlllsborough Hardware Co. j L Call!l. Before Buying Elsewhere} = '

th e A. W. FRITOT D. P. A., J. G..KIRKLAND. D. P, A.. i one of those burned out by the hotel III4-III3 Pr....... St. Tampa. Flap
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I' GET INTOThE GAMEAnd ( PARENTS DON'T AJCCUSE Notice of Election.: t ? -


The Grays to lie Auto Garage'AGENCY Whereas. lbs Legislator* ..t"\II9.\ under th. \ennefeh p pBufJlei<

Win the Grand Piano That Will NI"ety..Nne'Ce.eli, Out oY a Hundred it Ootit.titCtIo. ft 188! %,.f tile S"'te.1! Florid,did .

it Sitk, : -Something, Rt., Supping pun \brsv J.4,,$KmolaUoa, propiHunc.. mond- .
--- NCy'FOR--- l Pe Given Away'in.dle'Valley. Ihe liie.BOod! meDia to th. Conalitallon! of tb.. Mat* of Flortd .I .
and the same to bT a Tote of
Gazette Contest 'tlir*. firtbi 0&all th. mentor .lM>td'to each BARBERSHOP.:.. .
. Have hook Worms? Y sl" I
you you 'hour*, that be votes on'Mid Joiat Rnolatkuu
1i: .. ;-- If ever had ground itch. It I. -,
BUiCK, may you wri! entered upon their roepectiv Journal '
OVERLAND. GAS AND Thl.cofltttl\ will' ga down In history estimated by leading' physicians, who with yea* ami'n." tburttoh. Diid Chef* dtter I I Cold DrlnVs: it Cigars'HENRYT. I ::1.!
have investigated tbe KUbject. that '
M 004 that has caused.-increased popu- Home dlstrictaln Florida, where mine and direct that the said Join Revolution fmce :
HUDSON STEAMCARS arity for etch of the contestants, In- country be submitted K the MMctors of,the,;Ut*at the -
the land Is that .
sandy eighty-five
per O .] Elvotlenln F1a .
I ,
0er November 1V10.Vov I .
'WHITE* : reaslng friendship betweenthe KUJmmee cent of the children have," hooks worms -I
therafore I, H. Clay( Crawford. Soeretaijr .
and those who tugging day and night, at their .J.':
people reuniting; away
'.. of tI\at. for the state of Florida do herebv .- -. .. - : .
had differences In' the past !rive notice that a General. EUotion: will be held ,
-If yotr child in pale and bloodless, .
Supplies. ', Repairs Bu4. Accessories. .... i It will be honestly won: The names with no eherg-y, don't accuse itof being In **eh oouoty: In Florida en Tuesday next ue- -

of the judges and contest .manager Uill lacy.. It ia sick-! Probably thousands first Monday in November A. D. BASS )
ItlO the saId .
Tuwdiy being the. lf day of
IAMPLE GARAGE I that ia needed for confidence and aasbrance of are sapping the life .
I those/ of November*for tti* ratification or rejeotlon ef -' .
ROOM HONE'6 of a fair deal to all. We heir otherwise would be; aitrong-and a. dwarf healthy what MId Joist ResolutIons prononlng amend UKAUER!: IN ,,-? :

you)) .say. too. Each contestant can't I meats to the CODltftol1oo oi IheBUlo! of Florida
I ,bor or girl. t -
Staple and
Groc .
have this\ fine Cotte piano, but tnyl I the You may try to shift the responsibility ;I: vie; ___ Fancy rIe/7 .. ,,
satisfaction! making( the other fellow but you cannot do It, since it'is BO -- ----T I .
to information that will dtNA"K Jt'INT KKl-OM'TION. PropoodDlau !
tiu\ tie to win this elegant! And easy get / .
prize. AND
free them from this dreadful Amendment to Article XJX of the CQtutltlon : ,
we only hope the contest spirit will any'coat to you. Once you understand of tbe Oats. of Florid. HcilatipK to the MIn, *- -: .'

The ROLL BASS MARKET grow until contest will follow contest the nature of hook worm die fiialnre. and Hale, or Other DlnpoKal.of Into" "

until each one will be the possessor ofa disease, voa can treat it yourself.\ IcatloR Llquon or Bev..ragwi.Be S KISSIMMEE, 1)ORIDA. : -
-.l Write at once for "BookletK" which resolved by the Klulatnre. of tbe Bute of :
ardcn Bui I Idin One Block from Depot piano given to them by one of the contains the real scientific facts taken Florida; . flHON ..f76 -. -
fineitt papers in the State the Kieslm- from the bulletins issuei' from the office Thnt Article XIX ol the Uonmilutlon uf th. : '

nice Valley Gazette. of the State Board of Health and from J8uiie of Florida be, end tb. same In hereby
Fresh Florida of nil kinds.. JUDGES tF THE CONTEST VOTES IK. Stiles' reports, who is a recognized amended noin" t. ..-.d sa follows: F. H. JtfafKINSSurveying :
MEATS authority for the world on hook worm Article XIX Section I. Tbe manufucture
and WesternPOULTRY ,.;t. .,s Rev. J. T. Mitchell pastor of the M. diRea e. In fact. a complete history of aid tale barter or exchange of Intoxicating\ .. '

E. hurch. South. the hook worm and bookworm disease : liquors ft.nd bv..r |{"., whether .plrUuoiix,

EGGS. FRESH FISH Rev. Bunyan Stephens, pastor of its effect upon the humansystem and I' VIUOUH or Wait, are hereby forever prohibited .

Baptist ch rch. on society and how to treat it yourself.This In the bide ol Florida. except alcobel fur raed- and . :
booklet will be sent to adnreslI cal. wlvntlfln or mwhanlcal imd. ci
any purpose.; _
Allenlion to Pione Orders arrd Free br. and
Spcaal F. G. Thomason physician
free of charge. It should be in every wiue fur 'semamnentisl vurpoHee the ,a1'eof '
Delivery lo any part of Ihe Cily.2we 1S9 BUrf( on. home in the South. Write today. Lockbox whIch atinbol and. wine for the pur oneaforwnid Drafting : :, .J '
Mrs M. Florence Keys, for the 322 Tampa Fla., and ask for Bliall be regulated by I.W.-* ,_..

-- ,. .--- American MURIC Co. Jacksonville contest "Booklet K." It is free. 8:.!-4t Bnr. 2. 1"he. LeglnlMure shall nact suitable' .. '
ltwo lot the .ufo'.meJI of UiS" provisions efUiIi.Arl.tI

+++++4+++++++++4:+++++++ manager. I. x' OFFICE IN FRATERNITY HAUL . -
I WISh to tell those that are The ballot box is locked<< and the keyin If Women Only Knew Sec' t Thin ArtIeIuht1I i ? go Into cfTer ton ihe

11 contemplating building that I the hand of Rev. J. T. Mitchell flnl day of .lul>'. A- T"EnRAYSTONEi have found and procured the best .<'. FLA .
r; sand in the U. S. for making and the ballots or coupons placed in ./ . ,

blocks. Call and nee the sand and this box ('annol be touchedcr box opened What a He.pot"c.." It Would ;, A JOvf!:> KEKULUTIOS prooubloy Aioeuiliiifrtt i ifL
: the manufactured product. only by him. On Thursdaj of each *. to Article \ .1 the onMitulun of tb.
"' IPER til THE YUR. :+j: Never think of building a nice week these coupons w.ill be counted by Hrlng! ; to KlHHiraroee Hornet: &tt.t ol I'lurid n. HUme, to th) .. Judiiiarylifimrtment [LORIDARALSJATEIORSAI.[ [ [ .

L&() to J.Wl p.>r tlay :+: house of wood when stone house these gentlemen, and you are urged!: to / ..,
J costs only 10 to 20 per cent more ItIt Rw-olvt-d l my ttif. l.gtolatur.of. the Mute, O Beautiful winter home sites situated
Special by wf k or month. J come and nee tne counting for yourself. of Florida' .
and is fire-proof water proorand Hard to do housework with an twliinjfbalk. : In- the Lake Region oj Florida. .
I and house for neighbor with The That the following aintiidmeuu lo ArtklvV .
a Bring you.
vermin-proof a :your
H. N. 1HUIIII. Pup R. D. rDRTER Hfr. | Trucking and Farming Lands in large t
: I life tint' ballot box is in the Misses Hodges', millinery f <>f Die CoDMitutum of the State .f llurlda. relatlv .
<.+'+++'++++++++++++++++++++ All lUrk anl MaterIal GuuuteM Flrst-Clui store You are cordially invited Brings you hours of misery. at leisure ...t.o. the Jutlclnry) tN-t.artTneDt. t<> be iiuin or small tracts. -
I leered frtxtionK! )0) 40 and 41) of Arlicl, V. Ue
Ui come . or at work. mid the same are hereby nur...'d to ant nhall b* CITY PROPERTY A SPECIALTY ...,....

I Kissimmee Granitoid Works If women only knew the caune that pulroiittd; (u thi* etcetera of Die, State. .t the List your. property with me for quick -

Have you heard about- it? Oil, no, from sick kidneys general cu<'tU>ii to be held on the first T wend at .ales. 1 .
S. Backache
pains come slier tbe firnt !Monlay ID No\ffnbcr A D 1U10 _
----- ----- yofl )uet back from that visit WHI
for r uficH H. M. - -- -
I'll tell you. listen'! You\ can't convince; 8ti' 39. From arid after the adoption of these BREAKER .

Osceola County a woman at a millinery opening that 'Twould! save much needless] woeDoan's .ftln..lId""nl', rimlnaK' ourt of Record In Bex 170 KISSIMMEE FLA. ,

And (or TUcftinbift l.ouell".ball b.. It u own ..the T4; .
REAL ESTATE there is nothing new under the nun, Kidney Tills cure sick kiilneyfKiRHimmee ==--"- -
Court ..I Kei'ord and for 511.1 . .
>'n | DOB n IT nd in
but convince the Kissimmee ) people endorse this.
can . you Bdtljtion' to I theirpreseut 'juriJUtifti the sId
Abstract Company women the newest thing under the sun Mrs P. U. White. Church street XIBsimmee
at the Misses Hodges'' millinery'tore Fla.,'says: "I suffered from ( < ouuty 4oncurrent with the ('tr-

is. a beautiful Cotte piano O/tourse bockathe and pains in my kidneys, and cult ('ourttfMaM. \ \ county and the jadge there
of the Ham orIginal juried let ion of sit other Wholesale and Retail !
Examination of TitIesaSpecialty. : you want your friend to haye this new- I noticed that the kidney secretions .
canes and flatters sod the lame power aud authority ''
Of unnatural. IJoan's Kidney Pills Dealer jr. 4 ,. ,1
P. GARRETT. Manager. the
O. t'st thing under sun course were to issue nil writs ait the Circuit\ Court of ':

--- --- -- you want to show Mr. IJarris that procured from the Kissimmee Drug ...1\ nountj .nd 11,.. lodge th..r uf. exceptingiul _

I while he is a live wTre in the newspaper Co.. brought me prompt relief and ''* criH4f*. und the jHiwer to lutuinon and

buBinesB/'fthat! your friend can though that was over two years ago 1 ernTwu-l 1 rran.1 1 Jnrr Fresh -.Beef Pork and '
Correspondence Solicited Real estate 1 b> ". '''' r ilfu of pro-.<1ur. sod r.dlc.DI :
electric shock when it comes to have had no need of u kidney rem..dyRiflce.
Titles examined. and reported give an r irhtt of trial I>> judge al :t-rn sid, ftrti,
A Taxes paid' for non-residents B..curinK'subBC'riptiom... And like the I have every reason to recommend which oht..inu ..1'1 Circuit Court, Hliall 0>>- .'

., Instruments relating to real enlat "starof the east. the successful contestant Dean's Kidney }'iI1 ." "" tain in nld, (unrt.. of H..<.ord. The Governor I Mutton .
- ; irtur. in I In. ,h.. ntU>n ....Ie, of the .
W. S. HARWELL carefully] drawnCorrespondence will .b.. the brightest star in"Osceola For sale by all dealers Price C e cts.FosterMilburn . any one I. t
( re".1 Juclifet the crate to,bold oneor moreuriu"
REAL ESTATENotary '; )( i Solicited / county I twill"be you if you Co., Buffalo N. Y.. bole mc i>orts of f-rmrf
hustle early and late agents for the United States. .""TO Theu,...*!!*!" Court of the 1bte. utah| j

Public' at Large i, Remember the name.-Loan m d L." tipt iut.. juriadirttou\ in all laimei of i. ;
,,'hu'h ',,'I..II.'III11I\M emoted] to Haid of
OHce o"ep Jtcberson's\ \: 1'tjaruiaoy ] .Remf'mber. no votes counted only take no others. Court I.I.J
J K, 11 rI All, '"'"1- and w r.i-. tf error tthall btsliUeUt5J C. ;
thom< placed in the box at Misses Hod-! W Griffin : -
KISSu.o.fEJFJ.A.;: : ( ; ---: Irorn Iliehaid Court of Keoordto (1ui jS
1 iBargainsIn s' store, and must be placedin An Ordinance
g" millinery I Buprt.rne Court In n<'(rdanci,* with th.* laws

by noon on each Thursday Uemem- An Ordinance to AnwneT an Ordinance I Entitled. ,andimttH go\ernlng eut.h proceeding*' front Uie '

her to ask for vote coupons for the ('01'1- 'An Ordinance PrMrllilnl the Width. ( red,. Circuit. Court ti (time ,Pupreme Court.I've .. .
all kind;}{ f Real Estate. friends this race lunntrucllon .nd CompoDltlon of Sidewalks 1; .41. All the pruvialont of the Convtlla FANCYAMILY '
Fire nnd ,Life:: Insurance .and est to give your Upon Certain Street uf the City' Approved lion and all law enaCted lo consonance tb....... Groceries -

Armour*< Fertilizers. Rent- for thin elegant Cotte piano. Don'tforgetto September :J8th. 190'i.l i With pertaIning the raid Criminal Court of j J-
"; e.t'' -
: : '
'_ Rents pay all money: for suhscrip- .I It Unlaln.xl by the,t ouncll of th. City vf Kin-- Record and lb41 officer. thereof. including the ,. ,; -
ing "Jtnd Collecting a INI 'fl \';/ .
77 oi ,:, \.1 ions to Mrs. M. Florence! Keys, cont tmanagt'r IIlmmt' manner of tbe appointment 0(election. and the .. .. '. t.
for "
PHil N.AJWU'fOR l ltUnBENCB ( EOS.''''' Specialty. Taxes* -paid for the American Music Co., !B.ction: ). Th' .t Section ,1 of an ordinance *hitlvd. tirnmpf office and eorn|>eiiKatonof| sal]|lolflcers FRESH MEATS /< f\
;- n-residents.. "An OrdInance Pre criblnc the Width, hall applj with like effect to the Mid Court . .. ,, '
has of the Kissimmee Val- 'L\\. > ,.
Who charge .
PBfufBrncK ::<. KinaijHiicit.FlX: Crude. ConntrucUi'n; end ompcaltion of Sidewalks ol Record end the. f, except anpr'ivlded .
PBONB' V. >KIVA. Icy Gazette contest Remember the; t'pon Certain Streets of the City;" ap- by th,_ imiti.lmertu The! prcxvntoitlfer t(1.( : ,

/ R. OyMEEKKissimmee certificate for votes must be signed by '.iruveu heptcnterIh.' . I"*'"'.".. be ...mend"l .o a. Au I or tell l .1.errnln., -"onrt of Kecmd shah 4.fL7 :; :.;

the contest, read an foUowvfect : Ve- tht. oTt! ...rv tif itUl ('oui-t of Rec,,,rd bn.l dl. V lA,,, ,
W. W. CARSON D. S. I Fla. manager / >on I A II" upon aid atreetaHhall I charge tbtdnticu and recive, the ttuoluroGnt Delivery Every Day at Any Hoar) 4
be constructed and eorrpueed *.f either tile I of the reul.--ttvetf1tsce' until the expiratIon '
Just as soon as a womtTn or man get Patronage Solicited :
RENTAL PARLORS vitrified, brick or('...ment."If I their_ present t.-rtni. ootUce.. The .salary of .
RIVERS their heads above the crowd look out! of tile the tllea shall be laid In a t>.d of cement the mice of said Court of Record shall be two I Nert.b'KI.llmmee ,\.
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Someone will throw a brick or rotten not less than two inches thlcl.. composed of 1hnnHHud an<1 five hundred. dollar a year, pay I IJ
OVER O8CEOLA that head. Don't Jet' the one part of cement and three parts of ..nd. and able quarterly. by the County of Eecagibra. ..odm.y - - .
ri: .llL1 egg at worry. ---- --- -- ------ \ -
8 TO PHON II I the edge of the walk shall be protected by eithera be Increased by the LepUlalure.From .
. 62 who threw the brick worry. for -
'MOORS one
.F.C. ... ,
S\ ., TO lx- inch wooden strip or shall be banked by and after the expiration of the term of
they have only called attention in this ""lIerm..
Real Estate tency.I !, way to the fact that you succeeded "U of vitrified brick. the edirm of the brick C iurtjf BeiMird .".l1lJold h Iw offV.e for ftrur Artesian WellsDRILLED 1.

% D while they failed. "Keep your lace to hall be properly] protected by B.rmud.-mj4 yearn -
T. J jft.% //a. I il I !the sunshine and then you cannot If'ethe or by other aufficient material ,-- - .

and sold. t "If of cement, the first coat shall be laid not
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Realty bought shadows." less than one and) a half Inches thick. composed Of JOINT RESoLUTION I'ropoitlnv an Amendment ANY DEPTH ..,f ,;!

Osceola Pharmacy 4 Houses rented. on. part cement tQ th.... parts of aand and the u Section Thirty-five\ of Article V of ... .
Office oter Taxes paid and Titles ver- t Just\ a smile or two. top coat shall, be not less than one half Inch thick. the ("onutitutlon of Florida Relating to F:*. '

PHONES. Residence 53 1 Hied for non-residents. Will bring you through compoaed. of one part cement and one part_Dd. tabliahment of Court. i Let Me FigureWlth Yu, .... C'l. i
J j OfHce 148 .> Be it Resolved by the glalalure of the
Life and Accident In- and the edges of the walk shall be protected bya ,
Fire. KiBsimmee Valley Gazette contest.Try I ;
: Guarantee
II. of Florida SatisfacttoaT
.. 1x8 Inch woodaa. .trlP..nd the outer edve shall. : \ d..c ;i
-- . surance. ; it once for a test be banked by Bermuda vraaa sod That the'"lIowlnllaweodmeo t to Sec lion Tidy A

Dr7 F. G. ThomasonPHYSICIAN 4 Indemnity BondA."V''V''V''V''V'. P.m I Cotte's piano will do thereat; fectlon X. AU ordinance. or parta of ordinance ty-five of Article V of the Cnnatttulion FlorIda '

""'- ' r flw. t I. conflict herewith be and the ....... or hereby 1 la hereby agreed to and aball be proposed l H. N. BRATTON ;:
and aubralltetl the
and SURGEON Cheer! Your acquaintances will say repealed to elector lie the Slate far
after win the Read a fIrst and second time by unanimoua conent approval or rejection at tbe next general election
Office Phone 64 Residence! nice things about you; you and paaaed In open session this Ibth day of hereafter that la to.ay. said Section Thirty -
Cotte piano. If you don't believe it, AuRuat. A. D. WO five of Bald Article shall be amended ao ante -

I! try once and; see for yourself Attest: read* follow: -- ......IJ ...... *. .
i V m) DUZOB 1. R. GILBERT. >T M. RIVERS. bee ;1& No court otbtTr' than herein>p clned C

D A. VANS AGNEW i iI KiBB-i-mee, Ki8 -i-mee, he! he'! lerk.. President ol Council hall be tab.lliihe. l In this State. except that THE TWICEAWEEKTIMESUNION .
is the I.txilnlitdre, may pruvlde for Uit creation } .:
First catch me, see! eel! Approved. this 1'th day of Auruit A. D. JeHl.S..L amid establIshment of Much > i-
additional Judicial '
-I I ATTORNEY AT LAW. I I In the Valley Gazette contest. 14-6t Maj..r of City of Kiiialmmee (.'trrnltaaanay from time t.< time become neoeaxary --I '

I I AMD NOAARV PU31.C., i I IKISSIMMEE. Early and late we slate .and for the appointment by the Governor .
.oil confirmation by the "Senateofadslitional .
counted to date. Mad
.. Honest votes Notice The Times-Union ,
.. LJ cult ti 1 It 'hitlgt th'refor who e terroa of office .
b'y mail) the Tuesday adIhjrsdsjr .
EstateKISSIMMEE be iate. you (
Real Hustle or you'll
------ -- Notice !I. hereby givanto, all persona holding ansI and lenerftl. jurlHillction Hhall be the Barns i, Issues qf th*. daily I ". ,
J. \W SIMPSON' An Indignant Poet.Beranger . claima or demand, airainut the estate of Lieut. .v herein uroTldetl for the.Circuit Ju'lg'Kbecclnalready . containing ala regular '_tan.. '. .
DR. the famous French poet CoL W. E. Cadman. dvceawd to present. the provided for and may clothe any' very l_t*.t market. reoona. and ,
lit same duly ...authenticated to the umieraiffnedXwithin Railroad ComrnWion with 'judKlal powers In specIal departments devoMd to ( :
whose greatest gift lay In writing .
| DENTIST. two yeara. an prescribed by law otherwisethe .llmaturft conn'fte'lllh the function of gric'.iliurc, horticulture poul J ,4 IiI
Ue poems which he called songs wan '
Mill be barred .nd all penon.lnd.bWd urne.
same ;
Upstairs In KatzOFFICE J1uil inll. FLORIDA particularly dependent upon the chance to said estate* are hereby required to make immediate I ----- '{.I vry.: etc. : : ::

: HOURS: I| Ii 1':36* *).'Sp! m.! Tislts of the rnose.D settlement with. the underaiirnedJANH .. j p ONU YEAH.: : ONtJ: DOLI4'i **- -.-
I : < to :: m CADMANE The 01'- cant in rooipllante With said pro. .
Telephone No. IB Jun\ 5. 1 vr. was once jlslted by the author >ecu trlx of Estate of W >:. I pt"e
,- -- --.-- --- -- ---- and ,iiclemictan, Vlennet. who salt tobin Kl-ttt; CaJman. DeoeaaedEstate Mii'l') rtt"irne th.rpot. shall be subjected to - L ,,.l
J. fiW.,, THOMPSON ,-- :I the itafue regulatIon. anti ret>trit-tiorui aa are "

J.M.. WILLbON," JR .. '"_ "ii fiiust hate written .Severn of C. H. Fountain. Dec'd. |-lirovided Mute of Florida by lawor general election In _the Sprigg Fleming : I r': .
si me I saw last""I -
songs yon
Notice hereby given that the uudemtgned I In testimony whereof., I have hereunto "set .
NOTARY PUBLIC.. t hate only begun one" answered' ..flhe estate of C II my hand and affixed the (,r..tI _1 of the Xtaleof ,

ST. T1t Ar. LARGE. \ FUNERAL DIRECTORand Beranger dernaned will OD Moudsy, the 12th Fouotaln'l' JHorlda. at Tallabaaitee the Capital (hIMl"eDtyflft.b
? I astonished! ez temuer; next make Hoal settlement of hji adrnlnlstratlon CLEANING -
Only one am .. day of July. A. D. 1VIO r
ol said tal and apply tor bit
Real Estate Agent. Vlennet I H CLAY .. -
claimed dlai'harire aH luch admI1l1.lrawr. CBAWFORD PRESSING -- .- -
r Beranger became Indignant."Humph1" N. U. fiHTan, AdmInIstrator! (Meal) Secretary of Btate.
KISSIMMEE. FLORIDAOld March th. 1919. 11-fimo I _. DYEING aa .. L' -4
LICENSED EMBALMER -=------ -. - -. ---- - ; '
: he shouted. 'Do you u .
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think one van .turn t>ff a. lOne a* one Notice to Creditors REPAIRING \ I'
papers can be bought at this office
torn off a tragerfyT"Anew NAILS Notice I I. hereby given to ,,""Iton. helm and .
at 20 cenU hundred. Just what --- '
per you .
distributee of the estate of Temple A. Minx : t
need to put under your carpets matting i *redAo too lbs 8< Crt| Calla l "N' .ll.. $. .35: d...._. tbat I have been appointed administrator .
etc Agnes, the gyroscope will Dot enbto Lean word s t my bouM &DeI C1o&bef' J JI .41
Writ for priceS o. of the above named eatate. and thai all
.. -, yon to keep your balance at the SASH oooRs.BLlsos. ETC persona having clalm-a.cainat tne estate mtmtprveent will be taIled) lOffoci.. re lInteci.- . c

The Qnest colony proposition ever tnk<-Pock.__.__ _....L t _ Hillsboroueb Hardware Co. I them duly authenllcaled settlement I .
offered the public.' H. M. Breaker Large desk blotters lUc at this of. within the time prescribed by law, ... Kissimmee ha It and will tell you K.8SU.B: FLORIDA fice. tf I IIU'1112: PVaaalla St. Ta_pa Fl. KiMinnee, FU.. CLARENCE *. MINX. Satisfaction Guarautee -
about it for the asking. 28-tf April :Zi, me, Administrator 01 laid Estate I II' (I
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.News' ;.1 Itmis'from" -:I.h 'Thriving little' "." \ "" . 1 ., y J r-, ,.' ' '>'. .. I.i .F For rthe next 30 days we+ will ::80'11 ; y,

'. Gty That Was Builded in 'I thereby nominateM , "..., .. "L .,?'"?. .
Less Than a Year. .nt.\n' the POPULAR VOTING- CONTEST, < I", .. ,
La a contest ( '- .
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The con'ract baa bran let '(I).' the now being held ty the KISSIMMHE: 'yA Lt.U GAZETTE.' Z; '

IV' erection of water tower and tank aria \ a : '
n' .
h It willjbe completed within a very short .
k time. I [ iit- .
.. We understand that the Seminole Siced- _: . --m, . '---- ... ., :

.I Land & Investment Co. will shortly ', -...- .

f erect a garage in the vicinity of the ,

.electric light plant. -
tt e The ice plant of the St. Cloud Utility -

Co. Is now in operation under the man ,

i igement of Mr. Roberta of the Car I I. FREE VOTE COUPON CASH
t bondale Itfff. Co. I It will be turning '. -T: .: ,

out ten tone ot let every t'Wenty'folir1I0un .

in the course of a week or BO. f
Comrade and Miss Epple have moved It *. This Coupon entitles M. ,

into their new home and are as comfortable I to 25 votes in the POPULAR VOTING CONTEST ,, .

as can' be. Their house la now being held by the KISSIMMKS VALLHV GAZETTE, '" '

screened in the New England styl" and -. .
is a picture of comfort.Mr. I'I'i

Davis, the optician of Kissim > ( Signed ) REMEMBER: '. Nothing Charged to Anyone at these PricesIROSS .

1' mHo paid ua a vlait Tuesday last He Q'
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was taken out to see property in which .1 I'

t lie ie Interested and expressed himself: 1. This Coupon; Not Good After: Thursday, Auf. 25th, 1910 '.F.
well satisfled that the Company was _

1 dealing fairly with Its colonist ,

Mr.. H. Harold Porter has been here - -

C far several days attending to Seminole VOTES CAST The finest colony proposition ever f ';
.114,795 GRAVES
Land & Inv. Co.'a business. offered the public. H. M. Breaker
Kissimrnee has it and will tell. you |
Brother Westcott. left last Friday for about it for the asking. 28-tfr

Atlantic City. He expressed himself (Continued from let page), I .'
aa fearful that his working days are
l piano like the first prize given in this I S ,
{) .over,, but hopes to be back m Octoberto SO
contest and will be accepted for theirfull
to taste charge of his duties here. I
r face value by the American Music VVVVVVV WVVV VVVVVVVVVV VVVVV V VVVVVV
Mra. Bingham and Mrs. Hensley left I
: Co., of. J Jacksonville Fla, In otherwords ,
last Monday to spend the week in Win- FENOLEINSECT[ ,
if a contestant shall win thesecond
ter Haven. I
prize of 'a two hundred dollar NAILS--
/ Mr. and Mrs. Treat returned Monday
certificate this certificate. shall entitle I $2 :35
tOO Its 8d Cut Castes
t to their home in California KISSIMMEE DRUG CO.
the purchaser to a four hundred dollar i .
Write for
prlie on
Mr. Frank Haskell who has Buffered DESTROYER
piano for two hundred dollars. These :j AND SASH UOORH, BLINDS"' BTC.
an eight weeks illness of typhoid fever I
certificates are transferable but not Hardware Co.
in the. hospital at Orlando returned I Isborongh
Friday and was welcomed home by a mote than two' hundred dollars worthof DISINFECTANT IIM-III2. : Franklin H( Tampa, 1'1a I PIANO CONTEST CLOSED
certificates shall be allow to apply. I' I II
host of friends. He is gaining in flesh ,
on the purchase of one piano.Greetings ., - I
einee -
and strength ever

Mrs. Anna B. King of St. Cloud, left s A blsllqctlvcly( Meritorious Preparation .

for Aberdeen, S. D,. Mond V, A Prcvcoutlve Cootaclous Diseases READY NOW! I

'\ Dr. T. M, Rivers of Ki simmeo, wan. It has been the juilirment of the KIA. We wish to express our gratitude for the generous patronage

I a visitor on Monday. simmee Valley Gazette contest management Strawberry plants, $2.25 per 1000 received by us during our Piano Contest and solicit a continuance -
Mr. and Mrs. Stanford motored over conducting the Popularity Contest INSTANT DEATH TO .

from Kisslmmee on Sunday.C. to Bend me into this. pretty little Tomato, Beauty, 2.00. of your trade. assuring you. courteous treatment

W. Dann and W. H. Norton cashier city aa their contest. man ltpr. The let tats Fleas, RlKkM! MltiultOCI, Flies; Celery Golden ,,?''L.:' 1.25" Our new Fall Sundries will arrive about Sept. I 1st. Come.

of the Citizens Bank of Kisulmmee cordial reception extended to me is Desire,. e rmi. iM! StirUlm tile Eggs If, and buy.: ,
Sage. .50 100
motored over last Sunday. highly appreciated and it will be a I Insects, FN! Oitrs an Purified tr MI Use Yours Respectfully,

Misses'Susie Dale and Alma Smith great pleasure for me to individual/ Cabbage Plants ?";;?,', t.25 10DO 'A. B. JARRELL. Proprietor.

of Klssimmee were visitors at St. formation possible to each

Cloud last Saturday.Mr. interested. OSCEOLA PHARMACY T. K 60DBEY

Arthur Donegan accompanied by. The rules of the contest will 'be strict i....................................................................
his sister motored out last Sunday. followed. Positively WALDO FLORIDA .
ly no partialitywill (DISTRIBUTORS I : WHAT IT MEANS :
Aliases Edna 'and Irene Gottwalles be shown assuring each contestant : .
were Wednesday visitors. honest count. i Many p..ple.-1.> not 1 know< what a Bank'.e.I.I.I"' | |in for. or the iiTernr( I Itwean .- i ,
Jan : a hank of !little or no aplial and one with a 'large napilalA :
Mrs Blackwell and daughter Meta As a'special fayor to the contestants .
---- --- -- :
of Aehton were in St. Cloud Monday and their friends I make the following j i* the fund thv i Prot'*. IK td. deun'lu>M from l.r I H.. ihuri'lort* the I larger r. s i InP
afternoon. offer for the next two weeks commencing Ifr'erpr"I""UoJ the leposiior ha.v Thin 'hank hAM it
: Capital :of l*>..wnrn'n n<
Work wan begun thin. week on the August 19th. The number of C:. .<" fund )>f IS.en i (0"to <_.
i -
Q Presbyterian church which is-to be a votes allowed for subscriptions will hit: m HOSIERY SALEWe i ij < kholrinrl* llxhl,Itr ;bII._. a

concrete structure. One year price 11.00 l.OOO i A total of OI1tpu' ..1
;; The ground is being leveled and put Two years 2.1)0() 3,000 S Thu' mcanxthat w. m.utI ICKH. tit'a.tob.I .f tre our *\.1'l **r. oild .. s
cent This |Prot.wtioo"m for \'CII'.
,.in shape for laying/ the foundation of Five years 6.00 10,001)) j : 0i

the school house and we hope the work: Ten years 10..00) 3O. oo STATE BANK C OF
i :will be rushed.' Positively-vote on' the i subscription -' . will'place our ,immerfse stock of enta', Ladies' I
been reported'frequently of certificates will counted \, j : te Klee. _r MMat. .. IeLee'ItsA.i :, ur'I' It having b unless '; and. Children's Hosrf,on sale at the followt'mg !, j
late that W. C. King was longer the certificates are.signed by the con.j ) r;. A, r.'Ali-KW J'u'( 1 M I.R: : N I. B <.AR'If) f :
\\1 l / prices for cash only! -i\\ ,iJv.I ,i'i ;: .
the Seminole Land test .. \l'-1": ,\, rU representative of : manager. : 'lC'JlOSO() nl :mC!> . . ...................................................................... -s.a! .\
&; Investment Co., we are pleased to All indications promise most pla ...
state that such is not the case and that ant contest. 2.;)(' HOM at Ill)<'. -- .--,-- "" 7'--------t

he occupies his old position lie was, I M. FLORENCE KEYES 20c Hos o at t .">t.I S Ba & FCC1tC ,

t. we understand editor pro tem of the Contest Manager.How 15c lose at 10 i SS t I
St. Cloud Tribune for a few weeks I ; I Daaiar.ts---,
lOcIlosoaf) 5cCall -
during: the absence of Editor Jolly. the Contest Will be ConductedOn ,

which accounts for this report. every subscription to the (Cigsim- early and get your sizes while they' last and save--2 's FANCYGROCERIESGRAIN i J

e+ Mr. and Mrs Lesley and Mr. Ingram mee Valley Jazette you will receive a twenty-five per' cent. Everything marked in plain fujures .
motored out Monday afternoon. certificate for votes, to b given to : AND We solicit part of your trade. $ I

Comrade E;. E. Bright, of California your favorite contestant. I -YOURS FOR BUSINESSH.C.ST'ANFORDCO.- } ,' Country Produce $
Free Votft
Each paper contains a f FEED OF 1
Is one of our recent arrivals. Although Coupon, which counts 25 votes, com $ Hides and Furs $ t

t here but a very few days Mr. Bright mencing with this issue. The votes i ALL KINDS \
a has cleared his land and contracted forth must be placed in the ballot box which I ;. J oughta.ndSold. -

is in the Misses Hodges' millinery stone, __ '_ __ ___, ____ _____ .. - I. 'J
building (of-an elegant home on N. Phone 61 -- :=--- KISSIMMEI3A $
All ballots must be in S
s a+ Y. Comrade Bright and his on Broadway. ........... '\
avenue : this box by noon *n Thursday of each --- ---- --" --
yI wife are of the good old fashioned sort week. The key is in the hands of the AGenr FOR_ ..'.

;;, tee and in just our the midst kind of folks we desire -to pastor Mitchell A committee of, Methodist the M. E.consisting church church; Rev.of Steph-Rev. C ITI.' HILLIHED Goodwin i Submerged Exhaust DeviceFOR '"f,

o The Methodist Episcopal church ofthe'LIvlngston one, Baptist church: F. C. Thomaeont'physician ALL MOTOR BOATS

r? memorial fund is now and "surgeon count the ballots few Ladies' $6.25 and $6.50 1

tt under way In St Cloud and the building each Thursday and give total number Stickler Weedless Propeller Wheel l
of votes cast. WASH SUITS valuesleft
Is rapidly rising_under the able management -

r. of Mr. Duffy, who represents Notice of Attachment White-Blakeske Mfg. Co., *******. .< Stationary Gasoline Engines go for $4.25 while they last

a Mr. Cady the contractor. Now that 2 to 25 h. Stand and
hp alit.of Florid. ) p. Supreme for: Simplicity. Durability Economy
a. the. walla are going uip and are several Osceola CountyIn > . .. . .
Outfits Slzs
: Pumping Any : -:
County JuriaV Court.
feet above the ground the beauty of -
To Detroit Sat <' Detroit. Michigan
the building can be seen. It is being You arc hereby notified th.tIit.\\ of Attachmeat Poet Office Address Kissimmee, Fla.: or c"a at Residence'on Milliard's Island.JZO0JVM .
I built of dark red pressed brick with baa been iaauad aoalnct you and your prop I A clean, fresh l line of

>".; 'white mortar. This building will- cost rty attached to'eat"'y th. demand of 'A. I. .

t t approximately J8.OOO! and will be the Griffith.amounting to ftfty dollar. . DRY GOODS . : -,
Now Qnleai '>u"ahall appear before T. M Murphy -
handsomest and most attractive structure .
a i County Judge of aaid county. Inand for aaidoounty.
.In town.Amonaret .tfl..ft'le..t. KlMlramM, on the M day always on display .
at1 our recent arrivals in St. 0' October I I'M1'" at 'n o'clock In the forenoon \ -.
,." Cloud 'ntice.that( of Mr._ I.,auman, udsment will be rendered. avainat you. and your -r' t -
of Missouri. Comrade -Lauman is a property, told to par the debt. i Visit Our ExclusiveE
landowner in St. Cloud and we are gladto Dated thin Sth> d.y").f August, A D. 1S10 [ STORE
say is well satisfied with his land. G. O GEIGER -

-r -= ,He-was the truest of Mrs. San horn, at Ic-tl .-- Attorney, for Plaintiff
Sanborn Villa! and we shall be pleased - --
y.. to see him here again. Notice of'Applicatiort forTax Deed I

; We very much regret to learn of the Under Sections 574 and 575 CHitS.W.
a death of our friend C. son, of VanWert Ohio. Capt. Gleaaon General Statutes of the aY F

'd was with ua the latter part of lastyear y I State of Florida. 't3K alA
and was an enthusiastic admirer of St.
Cloud and we were in hopes of 'seomg Notice 1. hereby given that J. S Wallace, purchaser -
him established here this fall. of Tn ertlAeate No. 9; dated the ''th day BOND OUARANTEB
0' Auviut. A D. 19011.! ha Iliad said -tertWeate in ;
iSv .. my ofHee. and ha mad application for tax deed with every roll of Congo.S ';THE PIONEER PLUMBING .
_j to ...... in accordance with law Said ..ertlncateembrace .
many ere Oi f+ea and 'beet known
; gturaneaea BOW.daye large Surety Comps
1 <>Uc.1a hereby given to all persons' holding the follow I". described property; itu- r '
,claim or demand\ acalnat the _tat C. Oliver deeeawd. to present the "aame,'duly authenticated Nprtlt east quarter of north wet quarter. Section ;. tat itaoir value but the. one which aceompuies KISSIMMEE -l'r
,r to the underafa-nd. within two 8. Townahtp.69outh:: .. (Unire:J& Eat,40 acres.The each nQ of Congo ii Jfrnl Ilua dut'mct, clear-cul gusrsolm.sad AND ST. CLOUD, FLA.,
p yean, .. precribed by law, otherwlae the acme said land .being. turned at tb.. data of the ban M otlven. any man who deura the beer roofing .
) barred: and all, persona IndtbUd to aaid taouanee of such certificate In the name of J. H. for kit Inaaejr, and w....the tame backed H. EDMOND 8WABEY. PROPRIBTOR .

$-' ;\,,.' _tot*are hereby required to make immediate | ".nir. Sr. Unless said certificate shall be redeemed Il io a ceoiuae Surely BoaxJ keeled by a repulable. bode sa s Surety
' aettlement with the underaivned 1 i according to law tax deed will Issue ,by,dx Nauooal Surety Co.. one of the Bo.d.c..dosotaepetllwi..atuCayw TINNING PLUMBING IN fill ITS BRflNGflES\ BRAZING :
& Aow.tI3th.lpw.bI thereon kp tl>< I 17th day <>f Hcpt"mt....r. A D 1110-$
i FRAN(MHMcr>ONALX> OLIVER > witness my ofecial.ign.tur.) and seal I this. the PIPE CUTTING, THI.ItADJ.NG., : STEAM
La.t Will and T Uth of August D. G-RA fI(
EiaeeuUir oi the -(a- day A. 1810.ARTHUR ,;
Mint ..f Narini C Olirer. deceaaad. E. DOMEGAN. .
{ N.C. BRYAN. Clerk ircuft Court OecvolatJaAL ,
l -. u.M Att'y.:in Fact" for Executor ( ) County, ]1'1........ I GENERAL uOSE31 I N CSJiJ

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