Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: August 26, 1910
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00452
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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\ : A Strong Company Now Being Organized N, = .y Leads in the Valley Gazette Popularity . , ,

in This City to Operate Contest With Miss Gena '

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zette has called the attention of 'our the Valley Gazette Popularity Contest

people to the wonderful possibilities. 1f for the, week ending at 2 p. m. y.stsrdart '

ti open to the establishing of an abattoir ; 3.Kissltasiee. '.
.' and cold storage plant in this city, and \ . .

ttimes, it lookod u though the scheme . GlU.CBJot.LY. . . . ..u. . . 62,290
would take definite shape, but in each .. GENA. ,MOON. . . . . . .52,156 .
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Instance' it ended in its friends decidingto tdrf w 4S Mr. A FKATIIRNI'I'Y: HALL ... .". . . . '..51.640 e,
put off organizing tIN company for MAY BELLE FOUNTAIN . . . . . 2,610
. the time being, until we ,had just about CHRISTIAN CHURCH S. S . .. .. . tlO .
given up hope of anything of the kind r RUTH THOMAS. . . . . . .-. . 600
ever being numbered among KUsim-' Y PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.8. S. '," 600 '

rnee's enterprises. e yi Mae HORACE WOODALL, . .'. . 600 a 1
But a new Richmond has appeared on 38CEOLA : :
the field, and once more our hopes are r : :

in the skies, for Mr, Dolph Berli. who i ' eel
came to our city ten days ago from MRS E.

CovingtOn, Ky., on a prospecting tour, .
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nature was not only a necessity tojpurpfst ;. BESSIE
growing city, but would pay handsome
dividends from the day it begali busi :
ness. Being"a man of action rather ;
than words, no sooner did he arrive at 8-INCH ARTESIAN WELL FLOWING 370 MRS. J.

that decision than he began the organi- GALLONS A MINUTE. !!
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ate an ice, cold storage and abattoir Thi well is in the center of Kissimmee and'supplies the waterworks and sewerage systems of the ---- '

plant, the amount of capital stock'be- ,. __ city. The water! is absolutely pure and is used hy>**< citizens for domestic purposes.some __ .

ing placed at $26,000. MRS. J./
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Mr. Berli began on Tuesday offering:
stock in the company to our people, and The
before the day wa over stated that the in :
2 project was a complete success and that the
believe the en-' cigars with the result that approach. On the bridge at the wheel! joyous
he had reason to
tire $25.000 every worth of stock would betaken marshal requested his presence ( The Artesian Wells In her genial captain Clay Johnson, Jr., who will

before the end of next week and1'lUayor Murphy on Monday morning thf."j slightly weather tanned, greeted the in the .

that work would begin on the plant im- o'clock.: Valley Gazette man heartily, like the given by
mediately on the organization r>f the When the case was called the And Around KissimmeeFurnish sailor he is. The log reads a safe and yes,
ruled that hotel and restaurant .. pleasant voyage and the water rising. loses

company.It would only/ be repetition on our were exempt from the provisions the The' Roseada had in tow a barge loaded stealing

part did we enter into a discussion as ordinance prohibiting the sale on Sunday I as Pure Water as Can Be Found in with wood. greallv
to the good business policy of establish- of anything but drugs' but that all Among the passengers: were Mr.Jack nal, A
ing this industry in our town, for we other businesses were amenable! to the I America, and Their Flovf is Front Fifty to I Whidden Mr. Woods and Mr. Eldest\ and ship

-that have all told-our and citizens retold the are tale as so familiar often ordinance,The.ease against' Mr. LaRuo 'A :>., <}nsmivse I Three Hundred and Seventy Gallons.. a Minute? Keen The of Roseada this city.will now be put on .her Jolly joke 1

with it as they are with' the sight of the .1. regular run, making weekly trip be with the
I II tween this city and Bassinger. The
. t xincovered ditch on Dakin, avenue, but To answer the many inquiries re* ach trouble, as there are dozens in and
....- J we will say again that we can see noth- NOTABLEJVEDDINGJudge I ceived at this office relative to tho char- around this town who can testify. I - --- the way ;

ing but big dividends in a Void storage I acter of the water' and the amount of The onepeculiar, though .good, feat- BANDY, PFANN, KATZ : .
\ plant anti abattoir located! in this city, G. F. Parker and Mrs. Ada the flow of'the artesian wells in and near ure of the artesian water obtained here the baby

which is in the renter of the rattle I Jones United In Marriage. M.\\ this town, we have endeavored to obtain -' II that mosquitoes do not breed in it, Will Serve as Trustees of the Water is the
ranges of Central Florida. the most accurate information, and even though it stood for weeks in an
We have the catththe thi-T am'the I O-e of the most notable weddings I herewith give the facts to our readers open utensil, which fact, no doubt, accounts I, Works and Sewer Bonds.The tower

hogs. They are" sold' today at froiti that has ever occurred in Kissimmee, in as trite and simple form as possible for the almost total. Absence of i Council at its meeting on Friday shadow ,
four to six cents .a pound on the hoof. .and which has been anticipated by 'our ..Crtesiart 'Water can' be >obtained at ,those pests in our town, and for the night elected Messrs C. L. Bandy, H. crowd ( '
If they were butchered and put In cold' people- for.th past tw lv&month-took .almost.any-point .In.this section, but further fact that a case of .malaria has M. Pfann and M. Katz as trustees of this :. "
storage for a few"week i tftey) ld'from place on Monday when Judge G. F. .flowing ,well. cannot, be secured much, never been known to be contracted here. the water works and sewer bonds, and of thOM ,
bring ten to twenty cents: a pound, Parker and Mrs.. Ada M. Jones .were further north than tfib northern limitsof The following analysis of the artesian these gentlemen will enter'upon their ty (
and the cost of butchering and freezing married, the ceremony taking place at this city but beginning' just inside water obtained-here wa made by. State duties as soon as the ncesary' formalities changes ,

would not be one cent, as the byprodUCU -, high noon- and was performed by Rev, the city limits and extending south for Chemist Rose: 'Total"aolid. pet hundred -* are attended, to.' tal since +
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">\,.( would pay the Entire. operating expense : S.', S. Sriyder, pastor of the Presbyterian I a distance bf one hundred miles, a most thousand parts, 10.7: parti. These The city treasurer notified the Council idly
'. of the plant church, pf which'church both of the abundant flow: is obtained, the main mineral solids are'ecnOsed\ of calcium that he had received the full amountfor j
We will not discuss the subject fur contracting parties are members. body of the artesian vein seemingly covet carbonate (lime), sodium chloride (salt), which the bonds-$ -and 1 I on the
ther, but merely statethat the man As/ stated, it was'generally concededby ing an area from about' the center ofI I magnesium sulphate (epsom salts), and billsto the amount of $16,244.14 were county.
who invests his dollars in such an induatry ,,- all that the happy event would occur Kissimmee to ten miles south( of the silica (sand), with a trace of organie ordered paid out of the water works I :
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will receive two.- for one in divi- some time, but both the principals used! city. matter. This is very good artesian wa- and sewer fund. breezes
dends before it has been in operation every precaution to prevent the exact, In Kissimmee- there are in the neigh- ter." .' At the meeting on Thursday night a expanse '

two years. date becoming known, and only a few !i borhood of one hundred wells, some of The total solids, in a general way and petition was received from the A. C. L. time 1'j'I , .
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persons were aware that it was to take which it is necessary to pump, to obtain with occasional exceptions, increase Ry asking that Sproull venue be of I
A BIG BARGAIN place on Monday\ but some one' on the : water, but they were sunk solely for with the depth of the well- The hardness closed, which request wjll be granted are so

inside let.the glad tidings out of the i domestic use and are not deep enoughto of the water, determined principally provided the railway company obligate seeking .;

Even Though the Land Was Sold, bag a short time before the one o'clock strike the main current but the water by the amount of calcium and itself to build a brick pasiejtger depoton (1)) ;
train was due, and it required only a':' is just sis pure as that obtained froma magnesium salts present, also increases, that block. I mer {
't 'for $50 an Acre. ; few minutes for a great number of the : greater depth. The wells used for irrigating as a rule, with depth. This increase In Several other communications were '

; We insert the following for the benetAt Judge's friend: to assemble at the de the truck gardens all flow, I mineral solids in solution with depth is receiyed and referred to proper committees sunsets
?x of our out of town and' state sub pot to wish him godapeed on hi. jour- some u low' ((2-inch bore) a* twenty accounted': for partly by the fact that among which was one from a Un l

.;;. scribers as an example of the ever Increasing ney and also to throw a few bushels of gallons a minute, while there are others the water from the deep well ha necessarily -I large number ot citizens asking that an tion ins !!' << ';
': ,value of Kissimmee land. It- rice in the hair of the bride, but the\ (..Inch bore) that flow u much as traveled a longer journey: underground -. ordinance be passed requiring ice com went, :': 1
..., formation l is solicited regularly regarding Judge was put wise to the game end ,, one hundred and seventy gallons a min-' than has that "of the less parties to weigh the Ice".old to customers path of .
4$4
,1. this section, and as regularly we took his bride in an auto to one of the ute, and the well sunk by the city ((8-inch deep wells. In doing so it has had a and there is no doubt but what the cola :; ;
have explained our advantages;and suggested crossings in North Kissirameer where bore) to supply the water work, and greater opportunity to take solids into request will be complied with at an early tation

a apeedy purchase while pricesare the train was stopped and the happy which is in the very heart of town, solution. Pressure Is also an important date. .. Florida ;'
t" still within reach. pair taken aboard although a few of flows three hundred and seventy gallonsa factor. The amount or carbonic acid ident of

'f Last Friday Mr. Nebraska Johnson the boys "smellud a mouse" and were minute, and its water has been tested and other gases which the water-can A jPlflfUL CASE- of ; '
j old forty-five acres of land adjoining there with rice and old shoes, both of by experts and declared to be a* pureas hold in solution is proportionate to the \ each t
this city for $50 an acre, and supposedhe which were used in the usual manner. any that ever came out of the pressure, while the ;pressure increases- / .ens j
Man Years Old Sent toLunatic
had done well, as he had tried to sell They will spend a week or two at Way ground. The pfcture at the head of with depth. Seventy-two every

the same property three years ago for cross, Ga., ..nd in the Mountains Of this page is of the city well and was The heavy annual rainfall and the Asylum come ,

$3 an acre. News of the deal getting North Carolina": taken two weeks ago. large surface in-take necessarily implies Elijah P. Orr, seventy-two of .the ,
:year
about:, h'ia friends regard him with pity, Judge Parker is one of the beat In some instances ,good flows have movement of the water. The general age and a citizen of St. Cloud, was adjudged made '
words think him been been obtained here it a depth of one I direction of the movement, it safely
or, in plain easy.,, known men in this section, having may insane in the county court on says, : !'
soh J Without hesitation they agree that the local agent of the! A. C. 1... for the past hundred and /fifty feet, but as a generalrule be assumed, is from the central inte- Wednesday- jury appointed to inquire true .
land l is worthdouble'what he sold it for. twenty years, and Is a prominent member it is necessary to go as deep as two rior region of the state toward the coast there is 1
mental
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h of the Presbyterian.church and the hundred and fifty feet to get a /flow on either side. All of the welU drilledin
Drs. M. J. Hicks and T. M. Riven and man
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sufficient much ten this section have encountered underground --00-. "
toirrigate as as r-
-- '- MAYOftMURPHY Masonic order It is said of theJudgethat Mr. G.:E..Tartox. 'and
it requires the hairs on his head to acres of ground, although there Is a streams. The ides is that these For time brain
some past Mr. Orr'a de- .
number his friends, but his ei.emies can 4-inch welkin Park Garden, two miles are streams in the ordinary sense of the rangement has been noticeable, his sting ; "'
Rules That Restaurants' and Hotels be numbered on the fingers of one south of this city, that i II only one hundred term confined to definite channels and ticular delusion being that his neigh par- vas
hand. I and eighty-five feet deep that flows moving rapidly through the earth. The
Can Sell Cigars on Sunday, bors sought his destruction: With a t ught
The bride is one of the mot cultured. one hundced and seventy gallons a min- number of such streams is, however, loaded! shotgun in his house "and pen;
The ministers of this city have int-tested women of which our community canboast necessarily limited. If underground coy Istion
ute.The stantly muttering threats, it was feared iJ
themselves lately in the enforcement and is a member of the exclusive cost of sinking these, wells varies streams occurred as numerously as reports he would become a menace >fo the more \'
of the ordinance prohibiting the set' Kiiaimmee'l social life. She has with the size of the bore, for instance, ,' would imply the total rainfall community, hence his arrjm on the I!, nity- ; J,
sale of' merchandise on the Sabbath, lived' hete for many years, and has been a 2-inch well will cost 5d cents a foot, a' would be very quickly carried away and charge of lunacy. llu ?
and last week the three drug stores identified witti every charitable workin 8-inch well 75 cents a foot, a 4-Inch well the streams cease to /flow until the next Mr. Orr will be take/l to the asylum to the i .....
I signed an agreement not to sell anything which ourwomen have engaged. $1.00 a toot, and so on, as the size increases season of heavy rains.ROSEADA \ ,
_. at Chattanoochee h> a day or two. | man "
Sc on Sunday except drugs, and the -- but 2-inch wells are the-ones 'i low .
Mr. Eugene F. Rrindle, of Lawton,
cjty marshal issued orders that any person mostly used for domestic purpose, ARRIVES Mr. EW.. Crosier and -daughter knew: ;

violating'the. ordinance would be ar- Mich.a prospecting, came! tp Klssimmee tour amHwas last so, weekon impressed while 4-inch well' usually prevail" among Peabody, Kans., arrived in Kissimmeeon given, f I : ,; .\

rested. '0 with the many advantages thissection truckers. After Her First Trip of the Seasonto Friday last) for the purpose of .looking that : -
Now that order sounded a little queer While great curative: properties are ; oVer our *ection with a view to I siding- !
offered that he purch ed 80 $ ijvw
'to Mr. LaRue, proprietor of LaRue' acres of land from the Hdn er Eand not claimed for the water' of these Bassinger.At locating permanently, amt say from pate .
Case, and he "issued an order" to his well, still there are many people who 10.45 on Tuesday morning the what little M has seen he is satisfied yth *
Co., lying on the Klasimmee Prairie between *
help that if any person came into his Whittier and Bassingsr. Mr. one here afflicted with what .is believ- steamer Roseada swung into the city thai country jiurpasaes any other ,in th j: find it. 9t
place of business and deaired to purchase Prindle left on Tuesnay "Michigan" ed"Ho be incurable diseases whq. are dock after completing. her first trip of United Stat s. and that we can/ook 1 thir t t.
cigars or ice cream, to sell him but will return in a couple of months to completely restored to health in a few the season from this port to Baksinger for him baclJ before long. Mr rosier I The .
all he wanted, and he enforced hi. order 'develop his property and remain per- months;especially is this a a fact with and return, her whistle reverberating is a half-brother of our fe w townsman -

to the extent of selling a customer I manently. rheumatism and any character f .of ltomf ,through- be town giving notice other Mr. A| 8, Nelson I (



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< Steel Launches and I Row I Hats; ) S;J > L'uk4.: Only) n\v !Nunlinatin: (Niiiin arise IM-IWI-IMI I IKrnntiMant 1 : --. will l I.vili1irniiinMl Mv ft. ..'w' .>7 4' n n'i "I'' ; fl'; i- ,'to"I -I' :."' I .,I.' ...'. .n.."?.. \I II!,1.J '.4.1

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These bouts the bwil- by the W. II. MuHin-. Pn. Ht 1l1,1 m. Ohio "ofunctureproof I Injiliarn. and -hill'f.-n..lran, : I Airs( nu.l. JL "'nknurs I
# steel <*bambers.. hk- lile-boat $ \ ''' / . ..
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bargains the world. Launches and row boats on /hjind for immetlJ : News Items from the Lot a1'/1 n lot" I l. -I/, ii umk.' 1-II-Ij'. .' I .uu.n. IK
diate delivery.KtlNXVNlKliK. them was. Grandpa; | and (I ;iraii/lniM/ v'hll'cL' ''il./ .. r. JJ,
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.......................... arev,' sleeping.; [ ; Just too Inisy to of llaini' (City and, IliO'lr' li.ti-f' gu.-' .-. -.- ,, '.. :".v. do :..-1--: ... ., .,.1::,:. "UV I'
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I write that i" all. \\'\, are doing uclland MiC.( .11.! I'criy, of Lain land. :Mic, i.-. .I. -..."".r':"n- ". .j.''.'"' .rl. . .. I '" h-' ,," JI

YOU CAN COME TO JtKISSIMMEEt f-eeliiiir: Well, thank > ou.Several Emma:" and Xi, UpVo\\ It.1"Gi, i--iiinn " '
I new houses have been liuilt, :Mr, ;and .Mrs.: A. M. Stryk.-r: ) and |II. I It). : r ..N-" tin' ",, '

lett'er. .... Work of 1 Mr., and Mr i ii.. -- .' .. .
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: store' now' Mr. Trumble ha-- 1 ought, AiMisun, and s4'\i-n, i-lnlilrcn/. , i id," l.mujh- .-

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up a grocery and meat marketin 1. !BoyctU' J. (Jrrn"-J': I"j L. C. :Silas

lK.ANS: .SCITY r Mrt, M.c1 hig '/ new liuildirij!! ) ? ,, '.>,,',.,i'Mr, .. fI'lanc: ...Jam/f 'l'..,( :$mith, IfA. Hf . : I -,-. FOR.':;-:-n' : . :.

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.: .' fur wlriih he I is truly: thankful. We all Out of Mat ,,iKis(. virtlr.) n'nl! Tili r'.

; : Wish them cuKVpJKMr. X C. oiifftin( '' ,\Vliii'iu-y( , IP.,'. I. .., I.,. I
:: Lon 0; onousli .tlnu'; to iiiv; (.,tiy.nc( ( the host I) / '. \
I : Powers of (Chicago( ) areonipuijtedb will "iicij' ;in-, a part nl I Davi-npon ('olo-

. .lni)(d in jiny ninulxM-; orncros.rvcrX ( ) .: \ Ins laniily and )his! brother has arrived M.S. Thry with tflrlydaught.r. Mi-s: CAbout Florida"and ,

: the and all are settled. ill their new (;holy.. havi-'lic'i-n in Iluvfnixjrt) furthi-
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o'. home. 1 hey are well pleased. with their ,past few days I"okillov"r/ then, landon ,

+ .for. sale |h v o surroundings Luke (;Geneva They left for their .

Mr. Kern has! returned; to (Davenport home Monday evening l hilt will r'l"rll - values in--
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W S. ALYEA after an absejx-e of two months soon

On Monday.\ AugUbt 22nd. Mr. J. E. C. K.'; W.

Rooms 11 & 12 Slut ink Bklg. KISSIMMEE FLA. S Bowen. one of the pioneer. of folk Farming.Timber and Citrus (
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count/T celebrated his sixtieth, birthday, Campbell News. .

.......................... arto; in order to show his good will toward There was a nice ice cream party at .

-- -, - '- the newcomers .,f Davenport Col- the home of Mr. anil\ Airs. E. Jo:. hr own

4 .............._........... ............................................, ony, he invited them all to* bring their last Friday evening Many guests 1 Fruit Lands Orange I
2 r. = families and join him. and his good: wife' were present and all had! an enjoyable I Ij Ij ;

i is in making the day one to be remembered. j i time. i. .
I THIS BANK MAKES A SPECIALTYof I I '
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Mrs. Johnson and have re-I j
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both born in 1850 within yI /
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NEW COMERS TO t i Miss. Ernestine Brown has just returned -' :
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from' pleasant trip tq MerryWinter I
double celebration. They have lived I
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i Any information regarding Backing in this section of the = 'here twenty-eight years and have railed 'j Write or call (on

i I country will be cheerfully srlven, and your business with ;! a fine family of two sons and sevendaughters I in Kisuirriniee last Friday'nl
II ht, Mr. Will Allen and Miss. KubyAcre ) .1
s. us will be strictly! confidential.CitizensBank If iA i all of whom except one I {

IJ4t t I ...._. -- = daughter (Mrs. E. F. Parrish") who is *-.
I I R. D. WARING & CO.
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I II' f i of Kissimmee i as were also\ tl .ty-three grandchildren '|| florida Maps. .

and two greatgrandchildren. The celebration Upon receipt of 25 cents at the Valley Stat? Bank Building-

: _i ETHUR E. II M. P..NIII W. II. NORTON = was held at the place; 'known ns j Gazette oflioc a ixx'ket' mat of Florida'

l. I '.- D07a Vlce-P"I..nl CublerJohrn . = 'Bowen's Bay Head, on Mr. Bowen's will he mall l to any address in the Kissimmee

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B. Stetson University room You had to prick yourself to of any kjnil.

/ LINCOLN IlllLLEY. I'h. D.. Lin. D.:, LLi D.. President I make sure you were not in fairyland!, '. -..--.
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SEND THfM TO BTETSOIf : bid, us. leave her domain but there was 'I the very tiling; you need to: put' under ROLLINS
49 Professors and Instructors College of Liberal Arts in the COLLBHI ; ;
nothing fairy-like splendid dinnerjserveilby
College of Laly ; your rnllttilll;
Jr 17 University UulMings '
28 Acre Campus College of Technology ( !Mrs. Bowen and her daughters KIHIDA S OI.UKST, CDI.LbOk -,_ -

, 581 Students Last Year College of Business ,I to which was added the many WINTER PARKDEPARTMENTS .f">l;

'p .. $25<-00..00 Endowment' Preparatory Academy j \baskets. .brough't by invited t guests Arid! IA
15.000 Volumes In Library Normal and Model Schools Ivs : GLASS--Box ((221 lights) $2.15 Ia t
0,000.00 Pipe Organ School of Mechanic Arts e did justice to it, too. I (:.011.,.... A<:.... my. School ot M umc. SchofiUif, lima, Aitn. School of Kfciiren-iinn.
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10 Large Laboratories Science .'School of Music Mr. Bowen waa presented with a fine 12.28----- 1> 'rn.c and IntluHlrial Art,, I I'.uiiiiiniiSrlHKi. ). (Yiiri-f. fur Inulit-m. '

1 Unsurpassed General Equipment School of Fine Arts saddle and several! other useful presents.A I SEE US FOR'STOVES AND RANGES I Twenty/ Professors and I nII., .... prepared FACUL.TY.in the foreman lrmriili! of,< America / t .

........donnHbcfal for jrmm RIM and roan wom..... Careful admlnnuratkM and thorough uperrtowa. light shower somewhaidampenedour Hillsborough Hardware Co. Europe. and t ya,
"l' informition. or for room ,_vllion.. adore l ( LOCATION
lht ibnauu mil Dot taoariia leac'uac. For ntilon or rlewk clothes but not our spirits/ nd we all ) On Atlantic o.Ht I ire anil i Seaboard. Air LIn..I'*, mien, Morlrti tf Tamim.. the
.JO"'S n STtt:T'CENd' vwivy.RsiTY.' D..I.AND. FLORIDA.4NIYERSITY IIU-III2 Franklin St. Tampa, Urn. Ida. 1I""hll"l, in one of tile mum beuuaful.nd healthful 1 town, of the south on liauV" "Fior-
joined in wishing oyr worth host and BUILDINGS ; no
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OF FLORIDAA ELORIDA STATE CO LE6E FOR WOMEN hostess long and useful lives ami many Ten commediouB 4Pa attractive' ; build In...; Science Ball] coBtmir, llmiwi now *n pnvcne ot
erection Lake "
I ; a campus acres eloping to ' TtUUMASSECJollc I happy returns of the day. N. I H. D. GEIGER nala ti-ction with; quarter thrfeothi-r a million I akm,:duller Hrnarate enilownitnt.outmtle, room for each stud ,,t, "licrtc fights. lira> pro-" -

IUT MEIKRSIVE IKSTITUTION{ FOR Those present were: J. B. BoweHj. aFoot
sorfRioi I < .. tif Art and Sci.*nc.... Xormal School. i ATHLITICS.
if ftORIU TOUK6 HEN School Music Schutil of Art Schcol ut E.i'ret- Silas Bowen wife- and three children, Attorney-at-Law ball base ball banket talf. .utf. 'icon,.,..,,bateg. swimmingereuuird| : n/mnaaiici, Golf 'fL
{ '' ..10Schoo,1 of llmiti Koornmtca.Pint I' hnkaaod 10 mnmiiuni a> tlnitanaiiy in the 'h.Thorou..hly
Four coll.seAsgricull.rol'.p.riment.t.tko. ; six daughters with their husbands and Chimtian, Lut ufJentmmanon.l. mppiiitimil
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Unrvenly extension.10 prol. and sees I cl a equipment throughout Tuition irv. State Kqnk Kid It. l.
v .nta. .Ml par cant Incraaa in at.nd.nee lao var, Other .xp..n...a vet// low. Fur Information ail- '{ children, \V. A Stuart and;; eight children I 2-m R.v WllllaiB K. lila......". Ph. l> L. L. !>., Prc-dinl. [
and Fur catalogue 01 r*.... '
Attractive bulldln>r> rampni Mssimmee Florida
ddnaa t L UHtMtl, Pot Mao i I CBWWOCOKRADI, fre8i,...t l ;,9e.al :: the six children of Mrs. E. K. -
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GEORGE N. SAUNDERS ITEMS fROM TAFT ,roinbinhtion IIf> these. t ; "
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All these advantages ,' '

Boat Builder Ir a Interesting Events Transpiring in on terms )If desired\ ; ;,( i
Added to the nho\ ,
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HIGH GRADE Bert, hiimpton has icnivici( from lunatic conditions, ", ,.-
MOTOR BOATS SAIL r A p 06 ('hi,)<'ago his, new poll able- saw mill with heat m fanner] by cool u" I ';
tr+a" hon' iixino lit will buy the treestrum ,
HOUSE BOATS and'gliit and I
AND ocean i iIdkvH
the swum, of the land, saw theInmbcr ,
I t\ SPECIALTY and our delightful :
IIREPAIBINffl A I pull| the slumps and get, theground ..
life 1"1"tual, dream, :
IKcpreoentalivc for the ready for i the plow the most fastidious and : : :: :: :: :: : :: : 1,
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-- Till' new s('hool house is ,Hearing ''omI / I .'
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: Alurine II Nnlinc I II''pl''Ion.I 'Ihe building IH I ItXx'Ki\ legit YOUTH we with hlcMsirTvTH] but 'little and'

I ; !? ; I I, I bli' foui" rooms and .ad, room I is etjuip- For further "

:IIj! ;!.EIIEI! The Wlfld's SUnmm 2,Cycle Molar I 1',1| ( with<' systemork nll"h'rn, water, wurkN-ttiifl s

Pumping Engines Irrigation Plants*! \\' was commenced I Monday on. Over Citizens >

UIKI new two..story business blocks.. Repairing'I
j ')'I", ,...oght-from .tli.. Prosper Kibsimmcc, .
I.AC Ah:-oN: .P-"lcJeUI : 5 BII.I N, 'Ml('Hl:.'l'triit : Jots here
Colony Co, for $,* a front. foot..cThe., Large desk blotters
buildings will, tic, occupied. by Chicago office for \0( Gents ;
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TheWatoGrocery 1)$. & Carson business, m..n'i, ', -- -...- .- . .

i t ': 'Mr' lIodcrl'It"J.familyarrivM) ; ; :
urday from.tlldlige, : ,'IlL,and have evl- :

rI'n1.v]; corn* to !slay, for they, brought' r
Company din, !low'hold, K<.uds, \f\\\\ \ \ liimilndI 1 1I 1

I (1 l.n'krii.i tlirhurst' 's. t\\o ,'ovmi agat
Is an art few '
iUrtilit\| .. nl agricultural, inipli
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GROCERIESWE I I tm in all for breeding< | purposes' His IIARI.INOTOV
''intention, 'is to have a lurK t'1'' ') :
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( ... MARKET : Cleaning Dyeing
SELL WE\, BUY AT THE HULL BASS ., ,
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Round Steak, 2" .2;;; - -' -
GRAIN I Chuc-k,Steak 0 3.,2;; I i 433ry

FURS Stiw'\feat! rc to 61' psrrtb.Pot I II ,
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AND Mutton Roast, . 151' "
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Mutton Chops, Ihe
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ALLVEGETABLECRATES ..
ORANGE WRAPS . : Mutton Stew, 10 I ,
'. I Best Creamery Butter, 35c " K
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\ 'CRATE ; Fine Combination i I.

NAILS PRODUCE I All painters like to paint with the best -' , .A

s I paint because they know they can 'ci w'1

We eell: field and garden seeds or al. o Kinds Anyone with all desiring the advantage to enjoy of a excellent countrylife i give a good job and leave a satisfied ,tt
We Vive' attention to fitting cut hunting and camping .
parties:" c spojial -....1Fn.e (Traded school: and high school, church I customer. There are no two > f 4
t privileges, good/'! market, also choice CltI .
No.. j better paints than Sun '
delivery in city limits. Prune 12. Patron's
l I i rue fruits of all kinds, b.rries,,finest of. '
W9 are cjnty:: agents for good' t rtiliz3rs': As us' f>circular I Proof and Mastic. We can furnish t'
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and on fertilizers. _
prices some excewlintfly valuable, rich, fertile j .' you with any 'color or 'stain for the '-- '--
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flowing
., r - -, -_, arUman trucking wells can be where obtained can- outside us well as the inside, and if "

'>(;,QIQJOXXOCMQOCJOOQOCOCOCOC1oOC1oOCXXCIC1CCCCOCQOOC; XM90ti I! have all throe blessings' right hue inKieaimmee I you Mill compare our paints with,

c A. CAItS )', J. A. CRANPORD. L. LUP Ef(. | I , the capital of Obccola I others you will soon join our list of
P"iw'nl Vlcc4rcMdent\ Secretary county, norijla.
I I'inerlale is the logical (location for i satisfied custohiers.Mechanics i
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valuable Huburhun hmtmx-adjoining our, i
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: LUMBER CO.. I I, educational; \ and rommurcml advantages. and} HuildcrH houl
; Five or ten acres of this excellent land Sasli. Doors Nails, L'ocks nUll all Huildors'} Hardware.Ve "
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Pugh I I yard and the keeping of a Jersey; ow ''
YOUWILLBESURETOCOMEAttAINOSCEOLA
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Lumber j with the rich, fertile lands in Park GarI .
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HOUSE BILLS A SP CIALTY raised per annum, and I'mfdal beinglocated I l .
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F Office In ValleyGazette Building '- j FRESH barrel of pure Florida Honey'"

EiaSHMKE. xCEOLACOUNTY. TLA. ,, 'Advertisement are inserted under this head at the rate of S Cent* ,. t at,, Waters '& .Carson Grocery Co.
G In all his marvelous achievmenta man Try some of.it. |35-2t" .
each insertion
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.... H.\ARIS..EdUor and Prdp'r.s. has dealt almost. exclusively ""with objects \ per : 'J'
FOR SALE-5 lots in E. L'Lesley' .
j. TAt PLETT. Associate Editor. and force of the external universe : Addition to Kissimmee. 50x131 feet.' :
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'' ,. the Orlando. IF YbU ,WANT an extra bargain
ot tuner
dealing) with effect insteaU to Jaa M. Johnston abstract
: Apply ;
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n )0 fanedress to H C. Stan-
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goods '
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SUBSCRIPTION HATES: office: Kllllllm 83-tf.
cause ..
0._._ _. . .. ... .........tlM TS on sale atC. W, Dann's., I. ford. .. 34-tl .' j ,.
O>i_.... ai DtIY.......,........ ......... 6a. Toe mission a. reformer ha : \ framed at the Home Store. I EOR. ANY kind of metal, 6tslcialJy! FOR LE-U-40 acr-s in "city limits, on V
every
clay road between St. Cloud and KIs- _"
-, ; All _....leaUoea. except from. ear .ntkar* been to rescue man from the grip oicxternslism'andjbring ) SALE-Four godd mules. J. W. roof. us.Black Pearl "metal paint 34-ti simmee. 100.00 per acre. Apylyto .
W _._ ODd_...mart tMCtnUdbrtb*writer him to") realize : .... 29-tf Rosa Graves. J as, M. Johnson Abstract office, 35tf
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a.JMbd itt** *"" "** >*tnr a.o.a t_. P'. the internal and invisible universe. FOR SALEGaud single] Tiuggyarc: SALE-6t i },1
11 for rent, apply to'M.TiI- FOR acres best trucking .
: : harness price.$30.. H Beelman back .
--.,. I. KtMimmM. .......mt ) __ of High;School bldg. 33-4t-pc land in county, ''1 mile from city limit, *< .
._. In/ages past every natio'n:l has createdits -- Price $150.00 Sell direct to purchaiier. .
own God which fully explains. theirconception in 'lace and embroidery at I 1Jo' YOU have -e roof that deeds painting No agent Address Box 716 KIssirnmee .
2c 1910. of God.There Dan..'.. 27-tl Black Pearl ;metal paint is the Fla. 35-2t d-
August .. right thing for {this climate. RosiGraves. '
and at : .. KAUNCH FOR HIRE-Parties wishing
patterns publications -
was a time when the voice of S-JGilbert's. 25tf .! to go on .the lake, either for ..
thousand
from
people true worship was not heard .and the : I AM 19 years old and want a jo I business or pleasure day or night,
West this winter and I fresh fish phone the Rull Bass
ofuweighmgrnoney Florida after October 1st. Can can be accommodated by applying to
the
of them will in Ki. sanctuary was scene No. 1119. 19-tf J. M. Hansel.
stop references J. B, Thomas, Box 276 % .
in other town in the ,, demanding heavy ;,Interest and --'-- Lenoir N. C. 31>-1 tpd /
any I .. poultry, phone the Rull WA TED-To lot
noisy priceathe; teachers of religionwere purchase a large of
robbers of widows and despoilersof Market No. 189. ..19-tf I WANTED-A good farmer. Will pay cypress cross JJes; lowing and

I I Senator Elk ins is to... orphans, while they hid their sins SALE of fancy dress goods good wages, steady employment toright lantic settlement Coast at Line point Ry.of Address on Gresa At-

the price .Abnuzi under long robes and longer prayers.A on at H.. C. Stanford Co. 34-tf \ party.Palm Beach.Address Fla.Tom Campbellest 34&2t-pd: Mfg: Co., Jacksonville.,. Fla. 34-8t
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that daughter off his hosiery from H. C. Stan- JighF
your
FURNISHED for housekeeping
rooms -
realization of truth makes all men WE can sell for a reasonable
is wearing Co., and 25 ent. 31-i! your orange grove
on our save
: per I nice clean and airy; for rent
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] on short notice. List
The of men's hearts -'- -- -- pnce
Brothers. falsity for Rent-Apply to Mrs. D. with us and allow us a chance to verify long or short terms; no-drinking,
is why organization after organization/: 31-tf this statement R. D.Waring&Co. gambling or any immoral conduct al .
that Kissimmee is . . lowed. Mrs. F. G. Thomason Old
as hat been formed trying to produce. a '
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I' New York Baltimore universal brotherhood, failure always your shoes from A. S. Gilbert FlVElwid acre tracts olr"the finest Opera House- 33-tf
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trust lands hi Florida, fronting clearwater
f Chicago, a letter ad- coming by the posterity of Ananias. stock, low prices. 25tf lakes and thoroughly protectedfrom IIF you are thinking ("locatlne i in

"Osceola Hardware Co:, j ti J. M. Post to get YO\.lr-J\weli-y, cold. S. S. Griffin, owner.Gotha Florida come to Wmdemere and let
name. of the state be- | It has always been the mission of the and clocks! repaired. f }o la. 32.tfNYONEnY I me show you some of the best fruit
and vegetable lands in the state,
wa delivered promptly j fanatic to' stand and point the way for -- - ---- her- can start a mail; fronting/ on lake and protected from

rity to which it was j the discontented In all their outstretchings. : :: your cash with us and get a set order business at home. No canvass cold. Five and ten acre tracts at pricesand
free. 'A. S. Gilbert. 25tf Be boss. Send for free terms to suit. S. S. Griffin
it war maile JIn a | - ing. your own owner
i of this one. fresh fat and fine, at the booklet. 1'ellsllow. Heacock 214-1. Gotlia] / Fla. 32-tf

The dreamer has been first in the Bass Market. phone 189. 19-tf Lockport.:: N. Y.BOARDERS :. J LET us help you make a fortune. We

j of advertising is struggle for happiness that the human wanted-Mrs. E. J. Alvey have :3,000 acres of muck' and 1,000
of the White Star Laundry
of hammock and land witha
Commissioners of your i. to obtain. can accommodate several persons with acres pine
race striving ,
1 Home Store. Phone 154.
the and I i ---- -..- -- board and roo/n at her home in rear water frontage of five miles, and in
cheapest strand $1.25 five strands of school] house, or board without ten minutes ride by buggy of Kissim
of subscribing for one Liber y has always come by the man per ; that will sell for $25
r Kissjmmee Lumber Go. 2tf! room. 34-tf mac w of the Valley Gazette whom we designate as the enthusiast - acre; part sash, balance on time. H.
I you seen the "limit" in "Walk FINE lands improved or unimproved M. Breaker & Co., Kmsimmee"' ., Fla.
weekly to prospective ___ __ __
.. t.1 Dreamer, Fanatic and Enthusiast setup ." just arrived at C. W. Dann's. large or small tracts; high and dry, "h
the North and w. | I on margin of beautiful clear water FOR SALE GOO acres fine hammock:
of a large Eastern i, the milestones and blazed the first DOSES "666" will cure case' lake. Write for prices and terms to and muck land with some heavy pine
to ,us this week i I aaths for the feet of those who lookedon I and Fever. Price 25c.any 14.26t S. S Griffin, owner, Gotha Fla. 32-tf timber on tract; 20 acres in cultivation
them in derision at first. I ; 100 acrW ready for plow; two
Truckers clearmsr their fields . _ shore.'a sells] Kimball pianos and orj THE EMPIRE Life Insurance Company' bearing orange groves; two miles of
are now
A Suggestiom. j See him at The Home Store. wants a good hustling agent In this lake beach Land lies opposite St.
,b and putting the ground in condition for i locality at onc't A profitable] occu' Clou on East Lake near Milliard'sIsland
fall planting d when the more than Recent!) the county .commissioners 'I, rooms with board. patina will be the result if you write', Apply to R G. Johnston,
G one thousand acres in and around thief of Osceola county subscribed for one i Mrs. W. W. Sannders. to P. A Ruhl, District Agent Fort I City Tax Assessor KiN immel'. 33-tf

f s town are producing every variety of thousand copies of the Kissimmee Valley STANFORD CO is now selling Mjr, Fla. Do it now. THE College of Agriculture "offers a

vegetable, which they will be in two Gazette for three months, to send I goods at greatly reduced WE have for sale 4,000 acres of land Twelve-Weeks Short Course, in Agriculture .

.F month's time, our friends who have north to home-seekers. .. 34-tf I Ii near Kissimmee that will produce beginning; November 2. specially
pr *!1,(XKI( ) worth of for farmers andprospective
vegetables planned busy
every
q }, moved among us will readily realize hi the current issue the Gazette publishes year
i ur property withRD.WrlOg We are offering it for hale at $25 an farmers Tuition Free.
r, why Kissimmee is called "The City ofGarden. nine letter: from people who received -: o. for quick sale at State Bank acre ,H. M. Breaker & Co. 28-tf Admission without examinations. No
.. the Gazette during the week : 23-tf FOR- -esid"nce I age limit All white male citizens
SALE":
I -A which cost
eligible, .
before. One copy brought three families please tell your neighbors.For
The Sanford Herald has ended the with every cash' pure $2,5011>; 10-acr orange grove and 100acres further information address! J. J.
to Kissimmee to settle. They had given fine timber land fronting on a''
second year of its existence, and during been contemplating moving to Florida I redeemable in dishes at A. S. beautiful clear water lake, half mile Vernon Gainesville Fla.
t that time has done more to build 'a. 25tf from railroad '
and
up and the Gazette settled] the part of --- ------_. -- postoffice school.
'and make proeperou.tbe "Celery City" for women and chil Price Jb.OOO. S. S. Griffin, owner, FOR SALE.
Florida they would move to. The other ; I men Gotha, Fla.] 32-tf ,
combined. The stock to _
than all other agencies at reduced prices. Big
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asked for further of descriptive
eight copies -
t people of that town owe Editor Holly a.r4 I frdm. Call early and get your AN intelligent person( may earn $100 '
',/ literature, but, even if another while they last. monthly for Six-roum house amid half block about
treat big chunk of gratitude and the !
family should not be induced to move I H. C. Stanford Co. pere. five blocks from the court house, on
best they can him off is to liberally
tr way patronize the pay Herald. Kind to Kissimmee a result of the' 1000) choice 5. acre suburban home ticulars. Press :Syndicate: B 2245, j nice corner; plenty of room to build (.

copies (but of course there will bl') the ., see Kissimmee"Ganiens.! J. M. Lockport, N. Y" three more houses; seven bearing orange
words nice as dessert, but it takes I -
are -I
county has been more than repaid for : Jr. 20-tf '.
TIN trees and ornamental] ahrul>bt>r) Nice
t'W dollars to buy white meat and gnts. -- - rqpting. guttering, pump workwe -
Its 1000 subscriptions. -Several nice office rooms have the!'goods, tools .and men to place to enjoy a good home.
The Record is not pre..dynor is it Hall. Apply to C. W. do first class work. The Pioneer
of of the
We are in
receipt a copy
l t New York Sun containing a two-column soliciting work for others, but we believe ,--Secretary.- -27-tf Plumbing) Shop, :Hit-it: Food, liveroonhouse, and two and

interview with Mrs Minnie Moore-I that if our commissioners will -To exchange doubt'barr"J'I ) SEWING Machines-.Agency for Singer three-quarter acres .f land inside the

Willsoi). author of "The Seminoles of i subscribe for 250 copies each of the I ;!' shotgun for a bicycle.. 29tf', machines Cash or on easy payments. city limits, facing a elite street: land

Florida." A with the standing i i'f four Polk county papers for three box 697. city. --- 11-3.00 per month Machines rented., all good, level rich soil]; ift-fine state of
paper --- -- --- --
months, that it would result in much \ : The Home Store. 21-tt '
of the Sun rarely devotes two columns I at a Bargain-Sawmill, 5.000 cultivation will grow best of vegetables ,
We have'more than 250() letters ', .
good. and timber.! Apply.to
*-three or more ,
of its space to a.subject unless it is of MUCK land near KIssimmee on which crops peirjear;
29-tf '
front northern inquirers wishing Information Griffin ;.Gotha, Fla. .
national importance, and Mrs. Willson '. flowing wells can be obtained is bringing lTNivg! ffowers and vihe.
goodpdeep'M'v
i" about Polk county, but to answer / from'$100 1200 ', I ade. 'and in i a desin
is'to be congratulated that she wasshown : bargains in resident property, I to per acre. can all ,
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each of these letters personally would sell the kind of land for <'25 . '
call 1
thls distincttonfor it is evidence \ \ lands and orange groves on you same tile home. Price .$2,009. Owner, ball ,
f that her book is regarded as one of ''ex: cost in stamps stationery and time,' : .'Breake"Kissimmee... Fla. d-tf., -,-an.acre H.'Al. Breaker & Co 28-tf .two boys and owns tep aerea in another

_1;;- traordinary merit and that she ranks considerable money which we don'tfeel Schools for Flbrida Teach FOR? SALELearn'to be an operator. place: and will sell the smaller place"of

$ ....,:r -witJL.e noted authors of the day. able to spare and to send the paper Let me find you one for coming ". With a telegraph] instrument, .earn the two.
Y free Is an expense we can not bear. ; Herbert A. Speir, Marianne. the money easily. Telegrah instrument -

Kissimmee I is moving to make its -Polk County Record. 26 t Sept 1 with wire and alphabet for We have, two fine lots well located
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st .. - --- 200.. Apply to Bradley Hans and desirable near the center of
observance aquar.-W UJ.that of : Hosiery Sale now on at H. very
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Sunday Indulging II Genius. I I Co.'s. Reduction of 25'i' Kissimmee, rla., town. fronting on two streets fifty feet
1 Orlando, so that the only things that Oar ancestors were more Indulgentand I ... from regular price while WHEN St. Cloud Kissim.me. vide; will make an excellent locationfor
visiting ; our -
can be.bought on Sunday will' be respectful to the eccentricities of I last. 31-tf I friends are invited to make their a good business stand. Price $2,250; -
-'dnJc. and medicines. People who men of .enluilb.all terms if desired. .
H lathe present gen E fixtures, filing cabinets and I headquarters with the St. Cloud Drug
+h'S.t"J.etK" ) ra and sodawater and ice era Uoo. < Byronwaa accepted and patiently t )(( saving devices of all kinds. ; Co. All the popular'' drinks can be
We have fine location for
building a
had at our soda fount, and out
# IS eream and candy and newspapers tolerated when he chose to sic & Erb"!; make. See Prentis icevcream close in and in
is the best that can be made. good rooming house a
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':l' r."' on Sunday will have to lay lirtheir In moody silence throughout dinner, Home Store. desirable part of the town and no better -

.t i' supplies on Saturday night. Sounds a party given in hla honor, scowling contemptuously I said we cannot supply cheap ''I :THE person who buys the 4,000-acre investment can be made than building -
fa'.3, trifle .pharlaai aL.. There la neither sin at the delicious food before tubs? We can set up a tub with tract' f muck and hammock land one a good rooming house and operating

1I' 'nor wrong in smoking and taking light him, while ba sipped vinegar and i i trap for 18. Our guaranteed and a quarter miles from Kissimmeeat > it.Nelson.
munched j are heaper than those sold $25 per acre will double his moneyin
.....1. refreshments on Sunday, and it follows a cracker. I
in Sanford or Orlando. "Live twelve months. Write H. M.
';R'": I 'Mheri can be nothing wrong in serving Large desk blotters lOc at this of-1 i Let Live." Pioneer Plumbing Breaker & Co., Kissimmee Fla., and Realty Company. '

V .them.Tampa_ Times. ne*. tf j 3 -lt they will tell you al: about it.

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

-j. give generously to the man who will expend a little energy and o little intelligent labor on it. "


+ .. Where on earth can a man find an ideal climate: such as we have in the l issimmee Valley, in combination -

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


_ :., . .. and climate for ONLY $20.00 PER ACRE. .'

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. .


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

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

l 8 eau t-f I Vi I. of enduring them when it isn't necessary.


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

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

THE BARGAIN.

.KISI lrnrnee

l y e Get busy. -Do. it now. The early bird not only catches the worm, but has the pick of the supply: of

t' . worms as well. Our best tracts are closest to town site and the early buyer gets the best location.



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G 4' 1neK lwmEa, V al sari 6 setts Hon. W.'J.' Scarp, wife and son'and A'foreign gentleman with 'a cargo of A very pleasant event f;t the week I r '

Miss Sue Watson returned on. Monday sponges endeavored to sell sell same was the social given at the horn of .PROHIBITION ,

1I TBLKPHONB NO. 11. night fro / Pablo Beach where, they without first securing a license He -Mr.. and Mrs. J. T. Mitchell Tuesday Society
: have pleasantly .spent the past two tried\ to explain to Marshal McPhatter evening'' About,.thirty young people 'Happenings
.' weeks that he was a diver tor sponges, but were present and game were enjoyed Mars"'the Peace and '
s 'I| PUBLISHED ) EVERY FRIDAY the marshal convinced' him that it until a late hour, when delightful refreshments Whisky Destroys wSS..cM1>R1U>Las
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3 '* '-BT- Mrs..Thomas Van Duzer and Mrs. J. would be more to hit advantage to diva were carved An Interesting
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f o McPhatter will be the hostesses at the for the next train out of town, literary propram was furnished by Propertycomi I r
'It1btP' W. B. HA..S. Talent Tea to be given at' the latter : Misses :Mae Graves Eloise Moon, and '
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.._ :;: L" lady'* residence on. next Friday after We are more than pleased to announce Loeise Thomason. .Yellow and white, who will be able to stand? Gods Miss Aileen Moon, who ha been attending
that Ethel the little daughter the Epworth i colon Columbia\ university, returned '
noon. ,League predominated v. look not Upon the wine when It 1 I.
of, Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Marsh, who has throughout the" parlor Those Friday night accompanied by Miss ,
Weather ReportFollowing I J4r.-L. A. StefTey, traveling representative been dangerously ill for the past three assisting Mr Mitchell in receiving were red and giveth its color In the cup; We Mary Louise Makinson. who has been r"r
of the Tampa Times, was in weeks, is .considerably improved and Misses Virginia Tiller, Mae Grave and look forward with anticipated joy to the :,
New
the city Tuesday in the interest of that unless unforeseen complications arise Gena Moon. r.. 8th of pending. some time In fork.
November a* a day emblematicalof ,
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excellent publication and paid,thisoffiee i -v < .\
the
she will be out againin course
y are the dally tem.* ,a fraternal call: J-.. of ten days. ' Messrs. A. D. Stone and C. C. Rob- the morning of the,, great millenlal Last Wednesday night a Jolly crowd A., '

peratare and precipitation ask It Is learned that Mr. A. S. Gilbert erson were two of a party who came day, when the people of Florida, the of boys and girl.enjoyed i a moonlight;

k s repotted )by the Government contracted with Mr. B. Dickerson. Mr. Howard McCool one of our regular from Morrison, Ills., to 'our town last Land of Flower./-will. by their: vote ride on the handsome launch of Capt. "
Ai 'z for the on winter visitors reached the city on Thursday to Inv .tJ t.*the truthfulness say: to the !saloon keeper, "Away-with
Kissimmee for concrete W'Nt'
at a two-story building Leslie
station Minx.: Those present
44 t Falls Pa- and
Beaver tSe
t ,! 1 i Tuesday from of the stories Valley Gazette
1 ending August 25, 1910: the ..Iteof the grocery store of-Mr C. timed the intoxicating beverage that mar Misses Berta Bum '
week Bryan Catherine
1 street.' /0, 1q, Griffin on Main i after his father's extensive interests at I country, and after looking the groundover the peace and destroy life' and property Kate O'Berry, Cathleen Peacock Grace '

i MAX Ml*. BAM Architects, are preparing plans and Steer Beach, on the eastern shore of pretty thoroughly bought 620 debases'and brings to ruin many Jolly Margery Bell Bea'rden, Rachel

\ Friday . . . 96 72Saturday. . specifications for a fine new M. E. Lake Tohopekaliga, about' seven mile acres of land in the Kissimmre Valley happy homes, and shuts up a* it "were, Leake, Mime Prather Elms Smith: j
Kissimmee. from the Hunter Land
from Co. Mr. Stone
. . . 94 72 2.00 church at Kissimmee the Constructionof in dar% despair the Very start of heaven. Susie Dale. Aileen Eloise ; '
called Moon Moon/
which is to cost 'the congregation i at this office to pay his compli '
Sundsy . . .'. 89 72 .10 $.OOO.-Soutb> Florida Sentinel. '" Judge Wm Riffin; of Galena, Ills menta to the editor and to say that the. .," Again: the Word of God say. Eugenia Moon,' Gracie Nelson, Kate..6

Monday . . 92 72 arrived in Kissimmee on Wednesdayfor Valley Gazette-was the cause of his "Cursed is h.- that putteth th. bottle Slaymaker, Eleanor Van Diizor Ruby

'1 1 > .Tuesday. . ., 86 72 .16 Professor R. M. Evans, principal of the purpose locating a' place to ,. coming here, and that he found con- to his brother'. lips." Voters think Ellis Marrietta Pbann Messrs' $znttia.
-41 Osceola High school, states that the pass the remainder of his time and expressed much better than they bad been pictured ; ..
Wedneaday.'. 8971 .40 fall term will open on the 12th of September ' himself aa highly pleased 'with in this, paper. He stated that 'our and consider this sentence You may Moon Jarrell. Prather,. Katz, Cole/ ,

Thursday . . 89 73 . and that the largest enrollmentin our town, and stated that -he would county commissioner were doing wise not putt there with you hands, but let I Butler McLean, Bearden Van Duior, i.

the history of the school is expected. more than likely purchase property and thing in subscribing for and ma ling me ask, will you put it there by your Makinson Gilbert, Childress, Murphy
make his permanent home among us. out one thousand copies weekly of the vote in the face of God's wrath with a
. -- house Duienberry Parker. _
business ,
- - The brick
two-story Valley Gazette, and that if.they would
""' '''''''''''' on North Main street in the course of Contractor. Frank Bass began this increase that number to five thousand, curse proclaimed against youT Godforbid .

construction for Mr. C.-W. Griffin will week the construction of a five-room the returns to our county in the Miss Katherine Burns I-visiting her .
be ready for by October 1st, bungalo on the 'clay road in North Kissimmee" shape of new settlers would be one Not more 'than I in ;
a was Bertha
Frank friend Bryan
T"L CAt says Contractor Baas for Mr. E. 1...- Lesley and saysit hundred for every one dollar so spent year ago
-I flfLD.1 will be ready for occupancy by the Mr. Stone further stated that his entire' Tampa, and there I saw a )ady enter' a -

City Marshal) J. McPhatter returned 16th of Octooer. That section of our party were highly pleased with this saloon, where all the devices of dell itself Mr. and Mrs. Walter Nelson '

Saturday from-a stay of ten his days absence at town is but ding up rapidly and' now section; and hat it was their intentionto were being carried on, to save her turned home after a yislt to Wichit
o. -""""" "'" Green Springs. During contains some of the: handsomest houses induce others -Illinois to return
husband and his week's hard
Mr. W. W. Bell acted In the Miss Mary Hull of Miami is visiting ef chief peace officer of the city. earnings, but the latter was all gone '

her cousin Mr. J. H, Smith. Mr. John M. Lee, general manager ?. except forty cents. Her earnest effort Mr. James Carson of Jacksonville w't "

J. K. Graves and Mrs. C. W. Geo. Van O. Blenis. of Pontiac, 111., of. the Lee-Parsons extensive orange showed she- red not so much- for the was In town this week on visit to his r a
I Mrs. Mr. and Mrs.
i, is his
Dann spent Tuesday! in Orlando.Dr. I D.visiting Blenis, and parents he arid D. R. Blenis and grapefruit'(that grove crop will at be Southport obtained, A very pretty wedding occurred in money but toe* fi .the one, she loved, father.
states a good
into have bought property on Broadwayand I but that the Lee Bros Kissimmee Sunday when Miss Sarah, the man to whom she had made a surrender -
H. M. M. Breaker IS moving: there this year,
his new house in West Kissimmee.. will build two or 'three bungalos and Katz groves on the eastern shore daughter of Mr. and Mrs. N. Rogero, of her life and happineis. At Mrs. H. C. Stanford with tier two

I -- this fall. i i of Lake lohopekahga will yield only a became the wife of. Mr. R. V" Marsi- length. she got him out, and poorly clad daughters left Monday for Coronado Ott'

. I Miss Catherine of Mr.Burns and of Mrs Loughman N. C., Advices from the bedside of Mrs, small per cent of what they did last cano, of Tampa. The impressive ceremony as she was and possibly without bread, Beach. .y -

.j is the guest Elmer Sharp, who has been quite ill for Reason. was performed by Rev. Father she took him to their humble home to

Bryan. the past two weeks are that Phe is J. D. Alexander and his cousin, M. Fox, of Orlando.At shield him from the clutches of the law. The papers of the cities are all rightif
Mr. M. Waring, of Lakeland, spent improving aod will be out of danger ina irfnd operators yeu want them:", but remember 'thatit .
D. Alexander, heavy 4:30 the assembled Can you imagine for one moment the
busi unless new complications : p.m. guests ,
in town transacting few days their home that advertise
Wednesday is -
from Kansas are here .visiting your own paper
should arls prominent people of both Tampa'and misery of a lady who has left a good
Nelson and
ness. A. S. ,
i fellow townsman, your churches your schools, your
colonization) Kissimmee being present. Entering to home perhaps, .and the love and care
W. C. Gilbert. local -passenger Miss Mamie Woodall one of our pop I negotiating for a prop- various societies, .your entertainment
Mr. from a tour ular school teachers, is spending a.'| osition for immediate action. We the strains of the wedding march came of parents and gone out to share such f
high of ,
returned Saturday. for the public benefit andenterprises roe
I agent their
and Coronado. welcome energetic men of miserable fate this? .
few weeks at Daytona heartily the bride in regulation veil and orange a as '
of the West. abundant the It 1 I. the
and predict all sorts for public good.
in time to assume country
Beach but will return I' type to .our +
mission
blossoms her white silk dress train
I The of our Saviour on earth
Mr. Geo. N. aund..I'Ithe boat her duties when the fall term success' to follow\ thei" earnest local paper that,.writes up wedding..
I supported by a and followed by to the lost and of His
in repairing Capt. endeavors page was save one
social function
I builder. is engaged opens. tivities and all kind of
the bridesmaid, her prepossessing sister commands to the
Graves' yacht. greatest people was '
Ross well' as obituaries of the dead mentions
I Mr. W. A. McLaughlin an old resident Mr. Ed. Turner came down from Atlanta Miss Rosa, attired in a pink gown. to love your neighbors aa yourself. The as in"
Vsn-Uuzor and daughter, of our town, but who is now last week to attend to some business the thousand and one item
W." L. :
Mrs. Mr. of the
Marslcano brother them
a of this do all the
fulfilling
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Miss Eleanor, of Orlando are visiting located in Tampa, spent a couple of matters and carry back the effectsof which you are interested during the year ;,
week greeting his many I J. T. Turner whom groom was best man. good can and no harm, Now, will
friends in the city Una week. days here this his brother, Capt. you and do not find in the city daillea.-Ex.4
old friends and paid this office a most sick with tuberculosis in that. city, :-.A collation was served after the marriage you, in the face of this command, casta

Mrs. C. L. Bandy accompanied by pleasant"rail. Captain Turner has for years been conductor the Tampa friends leaving for vote to destroy those whom Christ Things must be coming pretty smooth ti
Mrs. Mariah Gilbert, left on Mondayfor the Midland Railway and
a short visit to friends in Georgia.Mr. Col. P. A. Vans Agnew has so far has a host on of friends here who will be homeat 8.30. died to save, or will you by your vote for the editor of the St.- Lucie Tribunft

recovered from his late illness as to be pained to hear of his condition. The young couple left at 12.80 for belp to save some poor, helpless womanor -he has just purchased a piano for .hi* i'
James Carson, of Jacksonville, able to resume his practice and attendto m Jacksonville their after +'
on honeymoon, child from a life of misery and de- even-year-old daughter. A music hoc f
with and left for
week in this city matters,
the other business
i is spending Evidently Mr. Lloyd Prather and Mr. which they will proceed to Tampa, struction, for which God will place a
'his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Carson. Jacksonville on Tuesday, Where he will ideas of for the girls and a jewsharp for the
returning here Clyde Nelson have very poor I making their home on Henderson ave star in clown in eternity? Maywe
few
remain! for a days, I II were absorbed your boys are all we can afford over here.
their thoughts
returned from i itoiriorrow. distance, or
Miss Aileen Moon has sunset on yesterday =" nue. A reception from friends '", the judge you by your vote. There is .
where with the glorious -
Columbia University, New York attemptedto awaits them One that allmen. A. L. H. Old papers for sale at this office.
for groom there. judgeth
they
she has been studying for some time. The Nelson Realty Co. sold an orange I afternoon Main
grove near Sanford to Mr. H. 11. Clea- pass with their autos on North

Mr. A. Bell left Sunday for Tampato ver, of near Hannibal, Mo., last week, street in a space lust about large --- '- ..
join his wife and baby, and together, and Mr. Cleaver thinks of buying a enough for one to- !perform, with the
\ they will spend a week in the Manatee home near Kissimmee and bringing his I: result that each. machine now has only i iI ,
section. family here to enjoy our delightful three: wheel, ands the auto doctor is
s climate.It I I I laughing; in his sleeve over the fat fee

(' Burns Misses were Bertha responsible Bryan for and the Katherine delightful is with pride that we call attention I| that.will be Ms. )i{ J K 1.;;:' i
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house party given at Loughman last to the fine work of Miss Grace Jolly I Mr. Lawrence McCallister\ has pur- .
week. advertising the Valley Gazette contestto chased: the artesian well-boring outfit
the extent of receiving a HUbscription from "Mr. A. A. Loll, and will in future ?
Miss Marie Louise Makirmon returned from the Philippine Islands. Who operate it in this section. Mr. McCal- t it"
this week from Havre de Gras. Mary- will beat this next week? lister is one of the must successful. well ,
land, where she has been visiting drillers in the state, and some' of the

relatives.Mr. The Christian church will resume best wells in this section were sunk by . .
arrived here prayer meetings'( on Thursday evening, him, among which ijs the famous 4-inch t "
Victor VanDuzer visit to September 3rd. at 7.30, subject: "What well at Park Garden that is only IBS: : . .
from Loughman Sunday: on a I is Prayer. Mrs. Breaker will. lead. :feet and flows 170 gallons a minute. j
his parents, Mr. and -Mrs. Thomas All members'are urgently requested to ..... .. ,

.. VanDu er. --: be present. The public cordially invited Miss Mabelle! Fountain cdebrated : ' .' 1toi'.I ., "
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4r, Contractor' M. Kelley and his I estimable I her fourth birthday last. Saturday .Of'' ' '.. ' 1' ... .HAS. H''',. ...",, .',.''"'.".",' ., .'.. .l ,'
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thousand miles
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A small boy -
. two weeks visit to the great cities of the stood by mates, after being joyously entertainedand
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fr Kissimmee,
the East. to a rather warm
listening celebrations -
wished Mabelle many hapify:
Mr. W. M. HiiUon came down Fri his parents.: At the first lull as the milestones of life markedthe Combined l
the little fellow solemnlyannounce Advantages
and
llay! evening from St. Augustine I "1 bet no other woman fleeting years. Little Mabelle isis ( _
spent Sunday with his family who are one of the conseetants in the popularity :
visiting Mrs. Koc enderfer. I would marry pa. I contest and will be the. recipientof

Moon Mr. A. J. Whidden, of Arbuckle was I one of the many prizes offered by that are as attractive a ,: -,' .' ,
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Messrs. Lee Jarrell and transacting business and ,the Valley Gazette. 1 .
in town .
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sitd of Florida, at Gainesville, the last den is one of the largest cattle owners Capt. Harry Van Vleeck, who has f

: of the month. in Florida, and says that the stock- been in charge for several years of the ?:: -
houseboat that lies at the city dock the EKER-'l
of this state are reaping a
at raisers HOM '
Stanford and child are ESE
Mrs. H. C. harvest this major portion of the year, and who is ,
they year.
Coronado Beach Daytona, where widely known among steamboat men ') :. '.
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will remain until the opening of the The fame of our town has certainly was taken to Plant City on Saturday 1 -". /. .. v''.' ,
.fall term of school. traveled far, and is attracting attentJon night suffering from a combination of .-------- \-r; .' .:

Van. spend the dayin from all quarters, for Capt. Geo. N. troubles that are likely to end fatallv. aS location to be :'\: :':- .r. '
Mr. E. G. Agnew transacting business Saunders received a package of papers The Captain's health began failing him any. ; f ...:. .

Orlando returning Wednesday to Kissimmee on. the OIK Wednesday from Providence, R. I., three years ago, and although he has found in the State. . -';t'.;:, ;' : '
on the wrapper of which was written, used every remedy known, he has I "JI" . r. .
Afternoon train. "Watch-tf row! Hear it crow!" gradually worse, and it is feared that .'H..'.
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and repair" fever, and is having his The new cement sidewalk has* f7" .i !f. ->' .,, .! -- "
residence in South Kissimmee repairedand completed front of John eamBR'. Last Friday, in the negro section of ." '.... (.',, .
and Ingram'a livery stable St. Cloud, two eona-ol Ham concjeved ,I' .>( .
new building ._ '
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which adds greatly the convenience the Barn/idea about.,owning a certain t'J: "

Col. J. W. Lilly and wife returned to of p deatrian as Well as to the tent, ami engaged some pretty long N
the city on Wednesday from Latonia i beauty of that new block of handsome and Joiad talk regarding the matter ...
Ky., where they have been spendingthe brick- and concrete buildings. each claiming to be the landlord that ,/ I--. :"'. :.i.

past three months. particular household and, aa usual in "
County Commissioner E. L. D. Over- all such cases, decided to settle the I -f.t

Miss Gena Moon will not be eclipsed street, wife and daughter Annie left |matter with shotguns. Result: one : Oar Book Tells : :,* 12.LI

totally and you had better get a hustle Saturday for White Springs for an. In- nigger dead, two suspects in jail, and I h ; ',. .
on you, .for' it is whispered she has. definite stay Mrs. Overstreet has the sheriff on the hunt for two more. I .:, ,
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e' something coming sure. suffered for some time from rheumatism, i Just so king as negroes are permitted "1" ... a;:
and Mr. Overttreet carried her therein to own fire arms, just that long: will ,. V .. .
i e lit. .. Sheriff Prevatt left Sunday for Ti- hope that the waters might benefit i bad negroes blink the lights of other I' .i.

tusville with four prisoners, and. on his her. bad negroes, andbnce in a while will r'f, l
way home picked up a colored party I'i be the means of a pretty fair nigger I 1 t
wanted in Kissimmee. Mr. 11. Edmontl Swabey has returned quitting this mundane"sphere. About I
the east coast, where he has beenon
from the easiest way to atop this prdmiscu- .
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Mr. E. G. Vans Agnew, formerly 'business and pleasure bent. The killing among-'( nkgroea'1* to hang .. t ---

/ ... connected, with the O. W. L Co.. was bufiiness of the'Pioneer Plumbing Shop .ous every one of them convicted of'murder.. ,
in the city Saturday from Kissimmee. has been in full charge of Mr. F. M. '

South Florida Sentinel Benjamin during Mr. Swabey's: absence I J'eY. G. W. Hardaway, of the St. ,

. and orders. are coming in thick is in the city -
representing
arrived with a Louis Presbtry,
Tatman
Capt. Frank
load of fish from Rosalie and fifty barrels and fast. I the American Bible Society. KISSIMMEE YALLEY .N.Ni
V>irita turpentine from A. 1) Cov- Mr. S. D. Ferris has so far recovered i This society which is now in the 94th .

ingto\ Co. on Tuesdday. from the injuries he sustained three year of its operation with an expanding

weeks ago, by the wall of a house he '(work, reaching to all parts of the .'
. Miss Callie Sullivan of the East Lake was wrecking falling on him, as to be world, wishes the public to know that
1 community stopped over here on herway out on the streets. At the time ofthe its work 'is largely: of a missionary I 7J
to Winter Park to visit the family accident it was thought Mr. Ferris' injuries character that it supplies tbe bible in LAND COMPANY

of her uncle, Philip ReddiU. would prove fatal, but good doc- a great variety of forms and at such I .
and nursing brought himround, pnces as to place within the reach of
'l 1 Mr. Lawrence McCallister has just and toring we are glad to say he bids fair to be all classes. Prices/ of bibles rang from II I .'
CO npleted.boring a 2-inch well in Kis- well as ever in a few weeks. 17c to V2.25; prices of testaments from $. MATTOCKS -; '
.t\ J Bimmee Park and obtained' a flow of as &c to SI.25, and portions of the testament C

.... about twelve gallons a minute Mr. Ernest J. Keene-.after; a five from 2c to 16c. The work is sustained Manager '
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)I Mr. J. P. Jordan is on a visit to ourtoWn of this county, during which time he who may desire to help the cause can

ii:J from St. Petersburg and contemplates was a member of the party that surveyed do so either by .the purchase of bibles
building a residence and making. the hundred-thousan -acr tract or bv a direct contribution of money, !

Kissimnnee his permanent home. of prairie land for the Hunter Land or by a subscription .to its magazine Kissimmee Florida

Capt. L. E. Minx: made port here Co. returned to the city on Tue8day.Ernelt called the Society Record nubllshed .... ,
from Fort Myers with his handsome speaks in glowing terms Of the once a month, at thirty cents a year. ,---'. ,
., sixtff-tood vessel the "Acella," which future of that portion of our county The quarters of Rev. Mr. Hardawayare

goes into commission on the run be- especially of Bassinger, and says thatlittle.town on the street in rear of the public '. '"':
and hospitable school building near the Presbyterian "Ij;
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iEt L. LESLEY COMPANY New York lo San frandstcr-What'poH81 done.lblltly' '. but\ the feat 1 hits, often boon I IdealFe.rtilize.rs

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ST. GL.OUD r LA.FUU1 Thff'prpviourf, record) was liflpf-n dayn tokfvo_ .1 I Cheapest ', !
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LINE OF ).t1ort4.to( break it. for tlw'''"1"-,1 re-i ] I r \.2IrL., of th 'world 1 and ...mple8Jltul 1o l. Imv* in great <|uantltt'Hat '
GENERAL HARDWARE . ) of ]) (' ; I most; favoral/li' time :and to obtnin nil, i.on..inn". Divert for
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\ .- i I' buy oiii 'rn.Mc'i nl I" ni 1.\\.1 possible pn<"i"two .
F 1.01.. Foa..laa.. 1-urnUur. nititH.Wi IH and artilsht**. *.'ia.-.....re Lro a.41 It.. wet i (itlui' /x !1lIt' 'II"! -"I'I i.n-k--*' tly Hloiifi | / { of tin; It'adiDj; laihiMilIMV <' I.ml llicii tl."...ks (In our Fa<'Icirv mid,
cry udltinhu. Iulil.tu..fncnt. hurul->hlnu>* nt. 11..lk, the t trip 11" v,,M" nl| t .11. "( I.I'ral.l tba olh<'I' tint V 1,1'(' thai! call loss ll,<. :lt.;| .//.t..o'. Ial': ian' utiliMtl l at our dark. ,
t and Caps Lndlcn. lf.... t b<.M t of t'mini,\ 'uiu idi' ', It conies I MI \\luthii\ / \M-IKH al! 1..>lIH' or aliro.nl, I wi" arrure" the| }lowest fl"I ighl
,ritis and d.hv"r\. m.tilt< tit our iir"i" '.
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1:, at la--t Ih'. !If'<> tin-d, It .111''I' you Our fa.t IIr.h. 1"ituipjiei'' ,d) throughout with 1 lalo"r-ba'inK? diticen, thi-n-, .
?i I' GRAIN, FEED AND FERTILIZERS smbilol, thf- ii-corcl till to pir| i ('es heat r out ffrlilimr 'n handled Hi minimum ("owt.Oui .
The rude( is so. immciiMIh.il, out olln. ate much lens.
it l h\ four days and ,.I"\'l'n hours and To the c expensed ; 'per
V ____ Iricery Located N, Y. \ve2 doors from ct Cloud l hotelIiardwate Ion than is fiossihh in a nmalh huHinehH. Our I'M-ry Condition, iHfllIII'lIoI.
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f near TI,.* trip was annmjtx.eij., in the papers possible make The 111.1'WI'! :; *.an and Do( ,.II'h.. CUI'Al'E.SI.'
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W rnt Pump hattmcsCASH ;
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1 wanted to i WATEKS .V; CARSON( ( JROC'ERV) : CO.l II
'' t FVRNITVRE: : : : : mopffhitf' AuKUat! 8, lit ono minule ,pasttweKe One 'of l ,
ri At ivory point| of the trip tho I cLluk : I or a
UU UWSTALLMEl1YS arrival of the Keo was checked( by men other lIe.1
"ll Wilson & Toomer
Fertilizer Co.
well known in the ommunilv who were Chinaman \ % JacF :

",. ,Pen Av*. between lots i nd lift frampt bcllverles not interested in the Keo, an<| these II tellfe me L _ ___ __ _ ,. I
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IQt cherkinifi were supported! by aflulavlui.! I Rood water
, The test wag made open and above 1 1lK at him In "
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PLUMBING AND STEAM: fiTTING (gone back and trued l over again overrand Halt I will 1V i
over again if necessary and all ''
open so that everybody could verify : N. F' BASS

f '[ fact*. ... i j Among l
: L. B. CRISSMAN bury '
: t l hut it wut.n'1 n'Hsary. The Ueo' i
r, EE !IEoII WITH :e-: : ha the stuff! ;hut stands known as I
5 I every Kht which CONTRACTOR: and BUILDER 1| i
'. if*, .....**."" Osccola, Hardware. Co. It has the flower and the strength, and expiation I _
': I }it has the construction that ,permitH full Is .always .
.' T F.rty' Years Experience in Large Northern Cities. use of poucr over all sorts of rosins. solemn 'r'I! t | Does General Contracting and Building and Furnishes Esti- !

,}- f Only First-class Workmen Employed. j even deserts without any roads at exactly / I mates on Structures of .an size or Dimensions, whether .
::( L;; Windmill. and Pump Moterilll The !KVii has' the, stuff in it. and. Its Yorkshire I it be a Two-Room Cottage or a Tourist k tel. f
Hand. record ,proven.i i<. No.one,can ever doubt Ingllhe .
h' > V; Always on KISSIMMEETAMPA I born
PHONE a8 that the Rio light weight though it m, | the Makes a Specialty of boring ARTESIANIWELLS II
. has the mighty'ulrengUi .lion, TliiB in which ha has met with the greatest successof .
"' 'record |proves that the Keo will do what i any man in Florida I II
you or any one el,*.' wants it lo do anywhere The ( I !
r.: ) at any time It's just one more I j Ize the'Andes of a I Give him your work and it I
; $115" RETURN proof of the famous /Keo g'.t-tllI'r"'Ullfl'l and. will be well and quickly done.lSSHIimee], ]1 1 a. l

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TUESDAY AUG. 30th I I Postoffice"i ;

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Notice: is 'hereby that the it jI
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1 Ttckets Limited to Date of Sale : books will lie open lit my place : hate to
i : ys r t fof business from'9) a. m. to 12 m, and I i .j t There! you will find SHOES, HATS, f' :
Special' trainwill leave KisHlmnu-e at HM A. M. from 2 i+. m. to 5 j p. m. daily, from 1 }
Returnltig Leave Tampa 6.00 I'I iMW. ''August 1st until und including October i DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS, all'of best + !
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'+1 1 Ticket '. MITimE'1 by District mid Registration'lllicera.place will be deaignated ( I I I Call Before Buying Elsewhere .i

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: I'Of the. Churches and fraternal Sod- '- -0 "i i \Vh r.... LcifliVitnro\ '*1 'lit'S. ilutlep Ihe :' Bn Etfi' .B tI

N.in, ty.Nn Cas; .' Out' of I.HII"d'ed It'1s OotiKt-ltuttori of ,IftV'', of lhe *t..l. a-l, FInrld& did! I ,, .
dies 'f f Kissimmee.. S"tk-. omath jiy i IS Sapping' I puoi three Joint' lUNKilutloiia, > | I
'AGENCY FOR- --' "'he life B.ocf menu to the Cunntitulion of th ,;
Ul., Mil the saute were aijroixl rolmll.lud.1 j I tnrc S'ARBER"SHO'P' eI
'CHURCHES. !j" I I I' Have you hook worms? Yes,, you. !(,|>VV i ..l that 'h. TOte.H un mid Joint ItetiolnUitna I
rr if yob ever had-ground itch. It li I!
OVERLANDII /ny were enwrwd' upon their' iw.i>irtlv Janrnalf I{
GAS AND. i BAPTist 48tlmlttc..t.by.J'tadlnl( physicians; ,' who J wllhyeaa! nod iiari Uinrrah, iud ,Umdct. <. j I Cold .Dr1.nism2ar -
have the that )
Investigated subject. ? .
4tlnst saul dlrtij-l that the Joint 1 KmolutUiniM I I.
Mild|
Bu'nyan Stephens' 'paator.'i) > some country districts in Florida; where : ::
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HUDSON .
I nl.mltteJ to tlm eli'ctorl of the. Rtato at the
STEAM CARS ; Sunday School 9.45 a. m.N.'C.: Bryan the land U sandy,, that eighty-five per UguiTil Elu lUi.ln Nov" iiil 1'JIO. Kissim ;. Fla'
: >or .
WHITE t-j ...uperlntendent.fl ;( \ tent: '.f the children have-- hook worm .
do' : I NQW" tbvr. fore I, H. clay}l Cr5wfoil,1,, Hcr- .
and their
at '
tugging/ away day night
".. 'Preaching 11 a. m. and 7.45 p. ra. vit.al. l ry "f ,8ut or.lha <)lal.of Florida do hereby -.- 7 ; --.- ,-- .----- --- ____, __._______._a
Prayer meeting'7.45 Thursday gIve 1 II!Ll.Ja. { OetieTtUa cllou.jrinli: hel& : '
:: Supplies. Repairs and Accessories ':n.>: Y-: B.: U. 7.45r'FriiayVisitors evening evening., wjtli If yotrehihl no energy ii.don't pale accuse and) -Hof bloodless being;. In ....eli 00111117111 .....9rld.on.Tu ;. .,. next add* "

AMPLE GARAGE always: welcome. 0 of lazy.those If parasites l Is lick I .are'Probably sapping thoueands t the life I o 110 dlti.the. the Kld. flnt Tutmilar, )onilajr.bt-lnif In the Vovnmber_plhth da/, A.D.of. HENRY T, BASS. ,

-+- NovumlA-r for the ratIfication or roieollon o( .
blood and making a dwarf of what j DKALEH IM "
ROOM PHONE 164 would I'- lie. aat. otherwise be
astrongand! healthy
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PHESBYTERIAN."S. . mentn lu the {'unmlthltiui of lh,Hlat bor or Kirl I I' .. Staple and Groceries
S. lola Fancy
Snyder pastor. vla. :
You may try to shift the responsibilIty ,I .. : .
r -. ---------- ----.- ':; Sunday School 9.4& a. m. Geo.. F. but you cannot do Parker lIuperlnt"ndtSnt., easy to get the information that will SKNATK .I41I::>1T K I!-()I.I'TION. proiM,, .Bingat/ '
Christian Endeavor 6.30 m.1' freo them from this dreadful disease" : Amvii'ituem to Arllulu XIX: oJI( the ConntltluiiI AND XCNTnY PUpDUCEKISSIMMEE ;
p. without any cent toyou. Once you understand the "tat" 1'>l "1url'I... Iti'lnUutt, In tho Mnnufniture -
The ROLL BASS MARKET Preaching [every, second and fourth the nature of hook worm die. I anti sijie l or Otht'r Dlx|.natl. of IntiizIretfiiif -
Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:30:: p. m. disease voa can treat it yourself. l.iijiiiirn,. or Jfevi'rttfitx, ; FLORIDA

Prayer meeting and choir pcatticeThursdays Write at'once for' 'Booklet K" which (li- It rratilvwl liy tiltiilxlHtnru of the State of

arden But Win One Block from Depot before. the second and fourth rontainn the real scientific facts- taken Florida, PHONE ITS "
from the bulk} ins i issuet1' from the office Tlial 'ArlK-h, XIX I ol lire IViivitltlitloll ..r Ilia -
Sundays at .7:
Fresh Fiorlila of I all kliuls. Visitors raost cordially invited to all [Ut Stiles' reports v/ho is a recognized/ nini'iKtvil, I wi aK to ......1 l HH. fullown: . F. i-i. TENEKIjSurveying. :
M EATS .ervjce8. Authority. for the world on hook worm .Arlli-iv' : XIX.1"" I. Tlio niami'HOtiire
and! Western! > J. .', the liovk worm and hMkw.orm disease: , I nnil b..er..If.. whpihcr Mplrttuiiin.vifiuu *
POULTRY. EGGS FRESH FISH CHRISTIAN": ? its effect upon the human system and 1 or nmlt, arc 'hi'reUjr foreuur ,prohibit\ ..
A.M., Cht.h llle lit lo Phone Orders.and Free Preaching first, seconll and third Sundays This bookletwill: bu sent to anyadnress I i I Iral, "rl'. ntltl" or m..I.nff'al, !| ] piifpinn-ii; n....1'I
Special ? >n free of dlar It ahould'be in I ; .
of each month at.11. a. m. and 7.45 e. every \iln for inrmmtmjtfl. ittirpos| .... the mtlaof ."f"
Delivery 10 all]' parl vf Ihe Cily.rl37ione' i'8'J. I p. m.I home in the South. Write today. Lee 'I whli'h' Hlonhol Mini. U'luu fur II... ,iirovt.s Drafting.OFFICK ;
i box ;12'2, 'I'a'mpa. Fla. and ask for I l"r..r..I\I.I. Khfilt l lii rcKillntfMl liy lav."p .
I Bible School 9.45 a. m. -A. W. Winn, "Booklet K. It free. a' .1t ..
I
.. i I" I J. 'Ilic I Li'Klslaniti' Kh.ll toot still, ablo'
; superintendent; A. L. DavidvoiH assistant I II">i\\ x ''in, I I... i-iif.iri .:iiiolil ol thu |rivlHfunH of,

I !'ur'' The GRAYSTONE HOTEL i I WISh to tell thoKn that are Christian J;nileaVor every :Sunday IIf Women Only Know', 1 S t 'IhU Arll vKlmll. ic" Into ,i-<1< fontcmiiliitirnj' ) liuililmK, : that I hi-t ilnr\ ..f Jiity., A. 1) l 1911.l )
.--- ALWAYS OPEN -- i! have found mul procuri-il 1 th<* hostHIIIH j ".,,'nir'K Ht B.3O: ) p. m. ___ KISSIMMEE. FLA

1 in UKU.. S. for making 1 Prayer meeting and choir practice ev- ... .. .. :
blocks. Cull and HIM-the Hurnl and 7.4.1; I \ KlIM I I I 1t"UJl'l"1: ; I I <'".1.
IOH' !HM.K cry Thumday at J p.) m: !. \ Hut a llu'fcp of .Mnppiticss I It Hoiild
and Ix.lf, ,,,. llronilwnyttlid I< munufnrliirc'c. ,) jirocliii't.NVvir ,! 1 i tt.. its to Alii.'',, V ..I lh< < i.".Iltllt''n i '"f tlie
Hl.lt. lol c
Otlr.! Ian. I I HoracHHard ORIDA REAL [ESTATE [FOR
SALE
l I'oit-'iiol\ AI1'n....' W hohi in ...rl". :: think of building. a nice I !: Bring; ty Ktsmmraec J-tnl- ..f 1..l' Ia. Id-laiivi I t I.i the Jiuii 1<>'i 1"')'.
house of wood! when H ftt.)m#* houseI'osts MKTHOIMHT.l I I" liiirtlilcntHe .
TWO (VttlUKI-f. buck .I( - i only 1 10() to ';2'!I) IKT, "rent more I Jas Mitrhill :'I J HI' .MVH| | liy tin-I l.i-iiMiittir. the I Mate Beautiful winter home sites. situated.

0"""."".- (!rov verminproof. and, a house for a Preaching "prylnh..1Y morning and I I that the follfiwlnc. nini'iiilrTiellth,, t t.AI"I.. V ,
) ,.. H.:V. TH1 MMAIW." !' The <;,u ijlom-- H/dtr1' i! hu(- Trucking and Forming Lands in largo
life tine veiling. "r 'lit,. I .Itti'tit or itti. .if t. 1 the "ttltl. or IrIttti! r,''ln-
I I '
)1' All Work and Material Guaranteed First-Class i Sunday KchouI'J.4.1.8., :: m. J.II,: .Lee, L i Brings you hours of.misery: ut leisure |1".h., . .. .luiliclnry' O'-imftineiit. l Ui he inuiirt or small tracts.
I ,uicrintendent.I'raver - | .-"-I ,"n' .III, 111 mil I II I of al"l .trlk-U V, lie CITY rnOPERtY A
i i or at work. "iid t h- vnnie, art hervhv ..",r.-,-(1 lo a.,1 fflmfl boul SPECIALTY
S. II. BULLOCK Kissimmee Granitoid Works meeting every Thursday | I If women only knew the ciitltf that I >mltl-il t.. 111'i lel't'iro ..r the Slatu Hi tileeiii'rnl List your property with me for quick

'j nifht.( . I ,*]fx tinn t I.. lie hnlrl' tin I Hit. ii lot 1'tew. ,
, ] Choir f'rul.t.' .... every Snlurday niKht.I . j ]Rack! iiclit. puins come from "irk k itt. i| nfl- r I lie fi r-t M"n : .br rallnrHlion! ( or rt-jn-1 lull. lu-ttil.:
"f'yS'Twould H.
.. M. BREAKER
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:\ (" 9. From iiinl urii-r tin-ndnptloii' Sf thiMei .
REAL ESTATE j Osceoia County I FI.ettI.< I nave much neeiJN< K" wne.Doan's i KIIH-IK.! tnfnlth'i, < rlnifiiiil' ourt of ICeeonl' ,it,, Box 17S KISSiMMKK, FLA. .

." " ,.." .,.." ..,., : 1 Kidnt-y 1'111I.U..... s-ick kiilm-, ) )'. Htif] ,lor KM'Hiiiuitt' Ciuiitliitll\ ] l>p known ... II... ---;:--. -p .=-.: =
lev.! David 1 I). Kl |It litree this.Mrx. .
(
11. 1"01'1' i.oh
INSURANCE it-sinitniM'i |"
Abstract | Servnevery i second ami lou rt I. Surt1 I H.I'ht 1< "n''to lit-lr )iVK.iut jnrU'lli' (Ott.. the M-li\ |
Company I' 1 .dll\! ut I I 11 I .f"< a. rn. < ourt. uiHl tli'-jii'lKo) tlirieof xlm I haI". Ea. .
silIlirt. e, Fla. Miyn: 1 sulfi-ivil fromIukin I U-untl'ln i t''Iitly. eoiicuiri. lit utlh 1hi. i Ir-
Examination of Titles a Communion in'l Sunday'lit morning, ( ; In. und I pains in my kidneys, and f r'tilt
"ervioen.Juil I noticeil that. the kidney becretionsvire 1 <,I. ,thf hHtrifuriRitiHl' jurlMillclion.' of nit other Wholesale and Retail' .
(; r> 5 n.1 l tliu '."'"* |Miwer niwl utliorlly Dealer S
Specialty. G. P. GARRETT Manager.lleal : : \ . unnatural. l oan'H Kidney Pill.-,
'
: .. r lo 1""u.11'l'lt.I UN the t 1 kuit f'mirt; of *
;procured\ from the KiHSirnmee IJruifI 1 '.0""I''t) > nrlil the j jiuliff* t l..' ....(. ext.tI.l44tg *

SOC1KT1KS. I I |( ,.; brought me prompt r.li..f. ana l n|<,itnl f'MN.'N, Hii'l. th. i',.i\\er to funirnon mi'leiiipaii .

Correspondence Solicited though, that wan over two iearn.oK": I IIi I I n n-rnii'1,, jury ** Fresh aBeef Pork and'Mutton 4
.
estate II I .-HI." imr'i' f-f |>roilin4Hiil. pmotlre Bnl4li
,,,,:-;" '. a I'<" hat I i MO ruM'tl of a I: ,n.Jnty r'im,Mjysince. .' _
niTiitMil iintl \ .
Titles e< "r"I"11I'\| on r \ i trlnl I l I.\ gullet"v M..1| hiiMir, uil r el, rew.,.
Taxes ""I,,1 t fotj non-resldfriM I j Orange( H' -,.,(;nI I.oi'tfe,' No. .>-/1.:*' !.'. & I have every reason to rcroinm ,11,10'"I.t., /, ..,,, in sui'l ClM'liit e."rt. .h.llloh- .

W. S. HARWELL InHtriniif i Ys ri-lutiiiu to ri-al, estu'e i ichrefiilly A. M. ini'i't' fim HIT! butt Monday .*ml I>0011'" Kidm-v I I 1'ilN..I 'It. 11111 i m'' I ( "''in of ]<.>eiirl.. T".. < luviTiiorin.iv .

drawnCorrespandencei < fc'i. "> |n- eI 11 1''.'... .....1., into ol the
=IEAL ESTATE nights in eai-h month ,sit 7.30: o'clwk in For ,salby all el'uoi! >. 1' it- rtn.Ko toy
>1 in '. ..r( Il.. . .
VI-" t ? ttt.te fiitlrl' ""u..r more .
SIIc1ted.Bargains MufTalo: Y. aol.] -
( Frat..rnllIfllil.. tor-Milliurn; ( 'o., ,
j .'\\I' inor' l intri"' ut !I. tmN of Ntiiil. 4 olirl of Hef'onli" PHONE4.t.
Notary Public at Large !i J. M. ria"I., ]| W. M. I utft'iits for the United Stat.... 'I". I Hi". -Iii'r.it''- ()<'"I'I..I Ih.- htntihlmllIta .

Ortice: over itoberHon'H: I Pharmacy \V. M. Cureon .ecretury.KM r Kcrnen.IxT the nam* DoanV anti] . UjieiifitijnriH'Ifftioti| | hi' nil, I ...,..". ulv

KISSIMMF.K.: : FLA. I II' I uki. no ot 1III.I.. 0 lijh )Jmi'Mli. t ion iw 'iftnnl t t. if.i to NHHl' t'ourtofIt 1
----- ; . I i ,.r>l ;AI''III, ', anti \\ tO- ..f 'Trorh IHprotfrt'UNvj C. W. Griffin

: i I from I tlit-Mti'l. 1 ('ourf of ,
(;)HT OK I'YTJaVAS.' I An OrdinanLe i i KoeoM to t h.ul.rt'ute .
I Kriei 'i.-hip I.oiltftNo.. : JO( meets every I I -' | t "nr* ill B.'I '".Ia"\\" IIh lit.". In.w.Hii'l ,
.tni. ....l An Orditiiinre i tj < un .noni n t in H KoverniiiK aii'li pr'needfiiRfron'i' I I heC21rIltt
.
\Ve.lnes< night at 7 lay ; .
,
: 'An' rdinaiifc l't "' illtinth<- SS ultlrrviraU ; OJlIt to II.; "'uJ.r"lIIo (;'ultftIMO. N C Y
kinds' 'of
In ail Real Estate. '
i I Ilall. mY. onutiuc'tIon .noj i 'ompoiition, .{. I!idowalko4c II. All tho pruirfHluurt: of the C'.tltu. F GroceriesANC

.\ I II I i Fire and Life insurance and Q, Brj'an- chancellor \'cornman\.lJO. ," J.Ji1l! (," lo.\f"I.II"\ ......9t"..; -d linn and alllAWteimcUgit( , cnin..r>niiiirtf thorn.with 'A'MIL Y "
Ir Armour's Fertilizers.; RentIng 'R keeperof e'cortft amfseni ...It.t.'t' ;f9l'.td.j. ',; {#{ :; } ':\.; i i"rtiiiniinr "let 1)11./ "wild Criminal ('ilUrlor .. "I'

VT,_ L, JJ'T: :: ,/ anj Collecting Rents a ,, ', ,O.1Meert, Ole.
PIU'/UCUN'/;; A1'Ia, 'i J BUKaKON'J. ,,, r Specialty. Taxes paid for"I "\ 'I ) '.'" ".' ""'1'j ;'!''jlhdll"---O--i'::".."!4 "1" '1 .\,10, ,' '.1 W "' " '> lact .. an ordlnanc. ""I. coin rteutt l ion of i liofnr! \\irt '.1.-:;
'. 'ro' LIJ.M' : ', n i&n&it
,
. .Riaira1c, &t PitONii uI.c St'"' ;'. -,''i.XK.iHRmMiti'-J j' i ; '... '"" ;\Jv''r en-jresldents.. . ?. }: ?. ''CC.-: \ ..; :I'1111A"' ,Ii1'STF.' t .. ........ . tlli.tt.ttrA' n'OrdinanceCt Pre' riUni'tha.Wldth- kIl -ywHb'llki'Vffit. k ( ; 'to'thi" salt Court -

OrnCB PHONE VS. ,,, FLORIDA Kissimmew Temple. No. 21, tneetsevery ;ru.l"'. Com.'.,..d Mini,. tinulflccr* thereof except a...
j I MEEK Thursday, ; al't"ri"j, at"I "t', !lock,, \\ulr I I..poti, C< i iin> -1rt, tn .rf 'h.. II',, A;.' i itt"\ l I. ,d 'iv tin '.. ninvu.lun" iTb". i.u ri-'n. us .
: 1 R. 0 except th.- fouith t Ttuir-- olnl'l I l rinitiini. < 'i.'iu!' "f l H' "<".1.1lu. 'lull', j' I '

D. D. S. M ml,! H' ful'cm > ,ili >.iil r. "l. *nM i oui,,, t ul Hii-xrd nii'i' 'lir \
W. W. CARSON. wull F.h..Iit at 7 :M.Pearlie .
time \
n.eeiing!
Kiss l11If1CC. Fin. i '-< ction All ,nitHlkii upuii" oil ,(re' 1 << ( 'I'Hrif' tI"t.|I .--mi ti l rotic< I the I emolument, I Every Day at Any Hour}
DENTAL-PARLORS I I K.; lirj an, M. K.: C I Mt,1I]., hr ritsir-ti.I| i TM! c. fni,I.. .-I I f .ith.rtiU. ',f th". riHpi'iv} "- olH"nnlll'. (tilt.. ..Tplratli] of "' .

: RIVERS BUILDINQ' --_.-- ----- ---- Mabel K. Ih''r. t'.t.. :M. of I H.! & C. vbti lUnd 'brick or "t-rn tit. .-tlielr, )present ti riiii of. ..'II..... Tlie milury oftliu I Patro ageSolicited .,

( OVER O8CEOLA PHARMACY 0SCEOI.X CAMP :NO.; "It. W. 'J. W. "If.of t.i.. tho til-. KhaliM tail in a >lad! of cc- JIlI".f) a.ld (curt( of Itveiirxl, shun bt two North Kimlmmee f'hcma tfa

......-Ja. ""%. ""h .", 4. .,. Meeting nights second and* fourth in-nt. not I li HH titan two inches thick. cornpu...U. of r tlioiiNmid, .."t flvw hii,ulli rot' Oollnrti H jear, 1'fly-: a ...
8TO 12 ,"NONfl1, r unc" i att of ct-nicnt and three parts of ...m.. and I able 4Unrt . OFPICB HOUR* )I .1 TO 5 ,.. M.'TILLER a.i a. Tuesdays at 7.30: ( p. m. the .-<)uc cif the walk shall l>e tir. .>tfrtfd byittier I may bo increagetl by tlie "L'Ki.'.biliire, a : -

II. T. Stanford, C. C. II Sal' inch wooden. strut "r. nhII t I.*, bunked bjr. From ...._l after Site expiration of the ti-riu oftoffto :

W. D. Johnson. Clerk I { ".rmu'lu areas nutl."If . I .. of the "...-IIt jurllfu the jtliltev of Hald
I i Real Estate Agency. of vitrified brU-lf. tho .-.1"... cf the brick'nnii.ll I Court ,..rI.. ....1'(1 hHll, hold. it Ia.,fllee for fnur
T. RIVERS: D. I
; //tt. / I F ..S.SSSSSStSStSSStSa' I i he properly protecU-l by H rmuda erase mod 1 I Itir yvtrJ.OIST. Artesian: !IIs
t li/other sufficient maUrial .
I
SURGEON Gen. 0. 0. Howard Post G. A. R. ; - -
PHYSICIAN AND <8 Realty bought and sold. i -"" o'' cement the firht coat wha I be laid pot

Ol1l over Osceola Pharmacy"' $ Houses rented. tI Meets the first and third Wednesdayin ,lirni than one and. a half inchc thick coimuotHxI of I ( ,KKBOI.UTION'l'to: |>o.li>( all Amendment DRILLEDANYDEPTH. 3)
.. one .part c"pnont to ihr.?. uarla of wand .nd the to Hectlun 1'hlriy-fi\e .>f Artkle.V of ..
t PunvKuI I IlBlilnceB3: j I jj Taxes paid and Titles ver- each month at 2 p. m. 1 toji ....1 shall be nut l aktlianor., half loch thick.comiHwed the oONtltui"n| of Florida, KdltlllK, itt Katabllttiinenta -
f onlce M8 l 2 Fraternity Hal) Visiting Comrades- Let Me FJcure'With You'
: i tfied.for non-residents. tj r. i of cna part cemeTtt and on. partaand. I of Couurti.Ite .
...-. -- j Fire.Life and Accident Inf cordially invited. and the dx*. Jt the walk aha'I bet protected bya I It Ii" olve 1 if surance. O. DERBYSHIRE, G. E. TARBOX I, lx'' Inch wooden .Irl... and the outer edge hall of ..'''orld.- I Guarantee Satisfaction .

Dr.> F. G. Thomasoni, 4 Indemnity Bonds. -. Adjutant. Commander. be banked by Bermuda ....... sod I That the foltowlng' .raeiidm,vt toapeUon: fir -
i i t-ction 4. All'ordlnancetor' ....rt.<>C oidinano i tj-flveof Artlele V of Ihe 'rnnitltiitlon, of FlorIda <

PHYSICIAN and SURGEON j tY"I .....'IJ7"V" ""_ ." .....- ." .... .\ in 'conflict rewlth. b* and the Mtrn or hereby Iv hereby agreed o and shall ba. proposed H. N. 'i
i I Preaching at St. Cloud ....-1"" . I sad submItted 10 th. eleetori; .)f the lat. for BRATTON

Offic.e Phone 64 Residence! I 126 Stead a 0ri t and second time by vnaninnou.i ...n. j approval or rejvfllon at the next yeneral' ..1....- ,
4 I Sunday school every Sunday at 9.30a. writ- and |>anwd in op-n _Hlun thin l'th' day. of j l, lion hcr" fl.r. thai IN to my, aaid. Soctlcn" Thlrty -

-.. -' m. Church service at 10 30 a< II). and Au.gu.t. A. I). I'M"' !> I five of Bald Article shall !be amended aoaMto. .,,-_"_ -----i---- -.-..- -.- ..t Ii (-__i. 'j

P.A.. VANS AGNEW W. L. VflH IDZOR at 7.30 p. m.. also on the third Sundayof J XtUrBt It. GlMiKRT.: : T ,t. RIVER-1.; ]1! read Hec an:6.tollo\n No COllitH.U"r' titan bnrulnipHOifledJ. .I' .....osI .v..aw............i

each month 3 Christian Endeavor .... '
at p. m. < lurk. Prealdcnt of' Council 'hull t. ..".I.h..1 In thli Slat*. vxrept: thni < ''
'i| TilE? TV/.CE-A-WEEK
\ every, Sunday at 6.30 p. m. Approved. t thH| Tth day of .\Ultu.t. A. D, 191"i |.i Onl l...-li.l|| .(uri, may provl-le for Sue rreaUon
I I ATTORNKY AT LAW.. ... .. ,' f-KAU T.M. MURPHY ..id "ulBUII-hni'-nt, of -uc-li arl'Htloiial Judicial, '
1 I AND NOAARY. PIJJC.:! Notice of Attachment 81-r.t Major of City of KUmnnnifC.Notipe ' I in uitf afc may from lin1'!- lime iMi-onie n<'o- I IES.UNIO] I'
.. II' ,.h..ry..n,1 forth Mppofnlmeut. ;' by the tiov ruor aI .
KISS11M1ELP:] Male of FlorWnHCtola .' ."'uiflrtntit1on Uy the !Moiiato of additional' i'I 1- -The 1Im..V..lon 1 will Mad t;. ,

.. Real Estate CountyIn ( ii T < JmljEfii", IJnTefor v\)ir..h. emin.of orn.-i- ndIhjriwMy .
the
: "ntt.' hv mail 'l'-ciay v
County Juiltfv'ii 'ourt. .
Notice-la to all holdingcluirntior .011 tOil "er..1 l
|i hereby irlveu nori'nu B lurlwllrtlan uhall 1 b<> tie-" lamelo'liOuttn
JQJC: \V. SIMPSON! To Detroit Jixl <'<.fllMfl3-' Detroit.1IIol'hiKon. di'man 1 I. atrutnst Th.- 'at.of Meut frorUltd for Th H t 'Irc'Mt' Ju.lif.*M her>-ln .C iMuec. of the daIly
1I 1 You sre hfrfby nutlflfd that) II rlt of Altueh-] .. cone.In IIII' .11 recubtr I..tu-s'es. ;to
I Cil. W E. C'aiiman drcKaM) t<> r.I'.nt the nlrefc'ljr vlili l foe. and tuny rlothc lurI
i tad
lair r market
DENTIST i merit has been Issued BiCMinnt, )"U. soil! your property smrDe duly lIuth..flt\'aH\ '. to 'he und rfcUtntd I 11..lr..1 Coinnilwlfiii. w llh J jtuJ rlal pwnrM In 1 very l reportsJ ICotrrlc ii
attached to natinfy the dcrpnnc. nf A. I I within. two year. u.. pr scrilsil I hi 'IM .\ nthirwlHthe *. "II I mntu-rn' cuPn"t w ill, tli.,,"' fum'tionif | epecinl d..partm"'I.deyoced horticuLure
Upbtair\ In Katz Hullil inlo!'. \MEEe FLORIDA Uriinth. amounting" u> fifty ilullvrH. I name will bo barred and all ""cl'oon.lndobted .| mHr .,flIoc.I "' lluru. poul-
," K'.1- KJSSIJ Now unless you 4tmll b.*fcrcT. M. Mur-' .. j try etc.
OFFICE HOURS : i .a. m.' m. Mppfar; to Kttid, estate ur beret> rcrjuiDt, l to fn kcimmedmt : ...
f ,1.30: U) :50p.;;;{ ln. phy. County .ludir. uf euM county. In and f"r MOth I .. t4bttlfin"nt with' th.. uwl.1".1 ,. \ 'I
O rE: VKVI::. ONB I>OM Ai' ct.
Telephone N(,. 76 Jiro 5, 1 yr. ""unt.1 hm, ,'ffi..t K Ituiimmev. on the 3d day. I JANK CAUMA'Ex.TutrU -. 'the vot..i ravt }.u ttstt p1 I.t.t-c with mild 'r.-. '

n. . . _ October. 1"I".t( 1" o'c--ck in the f"r iM.on. .,r l tOO f W K. 1>'i., d Mmendrn-lilM.. ,ri'1 lh a '...it yito*. tU*' larnIKII t.e..masaC4eG3'5 CI\.IE''Y-e4 ...

JL \VL T II 0 M r SON j augment wilt he renderavairtiit. ] you. and your '' !U--H1 __. __ Cndman, DercaM-tl. KII-I r-l'ipi' I Ih.-rmJf.,; .1..11'. 'l/i- .",,1.,1) t.. _. .1
" -- p..pe'ty' OK t'd to thd ilvbt. t it ol]IJl' : I ittii .
4 :)t. WlLf.SUN: ; It"- pay ( r r'eIi a and r<- t ritt"1(15511 011 arc I
ii J U.t...l thli, 15'h.d..y i.( uxuut. A D. 191" C. l-r"vid' ,iv InIn ". fttr It""r,'l.lctlout'. , In itt.S .. I
Estate of H. Fountain. Dec'd.Not .
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NO.TAIIPUJluc.. . ( I .ti-t.f. Attorney lot PluintilT ,... .. in hi-rebj I ylvvu I thttt the o OIl]treK( >*.i 1 I "Wtt Inmny wtiiTH' / STATH AT LAUGF. \ ...1.1I -- aol lIt lIf.I.Ir.I 'or of the Httat of (J if Fount utri.I mj limn. aii FUNERAL DIRECTORand Notice I ,1to, sne'ls ill I mirniKlay, the l.th ; :
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I. Real Estate rnltor iiHXt, make final ftnement of t bte au- CLEANING
Agent. :Notice' IM herftjy uiven, 'to all perBon' hciMinK' I mln'.tl"ii <*f ,Knlt1 .tat.> and. apply lur bii| t v ntyrTrih d..1 July. A. I I'. r'UO I IH
I KISSIMMEE. KLOKIDA I ."'hri. or demands ,.g&ujotth., catat of anne' I that bnrtre M- MIU h administrator <;1." Y IUAWFOHD; PRESSING
LICENSED EMBALMER C Oliver d..a>>ecntarjr, of !'ta.... DYEING "d
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I Old papers can be bought it this officeat .. .. proscribed by law. otherwise the I! Notice to Creditors REPAIRINGcril

20 cents per hundred. J.ustwhatyou will be barred and all peraona Indebted to.m.1 I .
NAILS Nntlra l it Hereby; fle''n lo "tOOII-<>..., holriTanddlMrlbnteoa .
need to put under. your carpets, matting estate are hereby required to make immediate [ of I' -.-- --
the lof
etc .ettlement with the underwlitnedAuiruit 100 'Its 81 Cut. CIII., ".lls. S .35 "vntat< Temple A. Mini. .
tJ..er1. that hey been appointed
-' -- Court house iith.:' ]91". I Leave \ at houf aDII .
Opposite. Writ for clothH
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The finest colony proposition' ever FRENCH MCDONALD OLJVERCieoutur DOPilq.htIaIBTtHillsborough Persona having claIms .K.tn.. ,Hit ml. .dlJllnllf'l will be called tor and' returned.
of Teita- .
the
Last Will and
offered the public. H. M. lireaker_j Hardware Co. prcaent them duly authentirated<4 for a -- -. --
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tn nt of Nannie C Oliver dvceaned.N. '
Ki simmee. has it and will tell within Ih,,' time pri-ncrltjwl bj law.KuainiBM .
youabout C.: 1I.. .-IILl FratialiH. St. ....
KISSIMMEE BKYA T a, fla.
FLORIDA
i it for the asking. 28-If I Fl.., t r.ARKNCK "..)11)1)(, .Satisfaction Guaranteed
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in Fact
Atfy. for
Executor .prtit.: 1510, Ad..h.b.travJr .f sew' rjtat.iC

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v'' ( tinned' from'first p'P.) .. I -1, ff.. 1-' V For the. next 30 days we .will. sell 1I .1 :.

; __ contest art)* among the leader In thf{ , ,+ : ,
l..harpby nominate I M' +1,;..:. _,.......... :
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county In supporting them you sup. ', ./ .

; "' .. port the management who support sea. :contestant, In the, POPULAR VOTING'CONTENT; :; I ..... : ,-
you who burned the. midnight,oil to S. ... '
1 now being held by the KISSIMMEE VALLEvG'Azarra.a': '.1 ; .
bring this section Into prominence,. and ,. I. '" ,
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as a lasting monument to the great b lov r -
v Ing heart propelling the life''blood .I 'X '
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fWTUREatI
a' V n through Osceola county, the'Valley Ga ,' -., (S'Signed) / s : :; : :

4 ?..-MtU is giving prizes-worth.S7SO' awayto ...1 _"_-;'__._ __, '_+.....:-._ ._ ______._,,___ ' c '
their subscriber: .

We.are watching for that ten-lot .. ,"t,.: .. "
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subscription to come ln, apd know that .,
.... it is on the way, and for that ten-dollar s.

". enbicfiption will receive asa\specla '
you
favor from the contast manager 30.000 1 FREE VO TE COUPON"i i COSTfo'r.CAS'n .1.

votes, to be placed to the credit of your V
favorite contestant In the race for first

prize; the Cote piano. tl This Coupon entitles M j I HVVV : .
The following( prizes are: ,
a POPULAR VOTING CONTESTnow
First prize Upright Grand Cote to 25 votes in the
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Piano, value $400. v f I being held by the KISSIMMSS VALLEV GAZSTTH. s's
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Second prize, rebate ce iAcate; value .,;

9 200. v .< .J < ) . REMEMBER: Nothing Charged to Anyone at these Prices "
F Third prize, rebate certificate value I Signed r... ; .
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$175. ._ ,, ,
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X; Fourth prize, rebate. certificates; val 1 This Coupon; ( Not Good After Thursday, Aag. 25th, 1910 r

: $150. '" _ ..,P." ....-- -
Fifth prize; rebate certificate, value ,, :,

125. J 'A'VE'SJ :

Sixth prize; 'rebate certificate value
.$100. Daho* en the Ceiling. Notice of Application forT x Deed t ROSS G
A student 0 tie Tyrol and Tyrolesepeople
The first prize to go to the contestant d *crlbe X. remarkable dance' Under Sections 574 and i 575 .
receiving.the largest number of votes General Statutes of the ,
10 which the male Sincere beat time mfi,
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in the contest, beginning with this i iI ikx i- on tbe celUpg with thetKTeet. State of Rorida. v* .

I 7 sue of the Valley Gazette shall be "In Brandenburg and oae or two Notice l I. hreb/'rlr that J.8. Wallac*. purchaser "; 0
: a full size, high-grade Cote Cabinet at Tax Certificate No. 9. dated the '>th day 1
Grand Piano, and to the next five lucky other Tyrolese valleys 'which lipast ofa of A Olr".t..'A. D. l'!OO".has Bled saw cartlfieaU in f ntll n non n ntntn nnn n n n n tw tln n, tYV
particular muscular fair sez/Nsaya( VVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVV VVVVYREADY
office, :
my and h. made application for tax deed
contestants certificates aggregating the writer, "the girl at the conduit ,
to iftaua In accordance with law. Said certificate
7, seven hundred and fifty dollar shall be of her ....ain.s fantastical jumpll braces the following acribod property aitu.d r 4:
given, catches Hold of him by his brace and I a < in Occeola aunty Florida. u>*wiu
Thia1>eaiitiful Cabinet Piano is handsome hoists him up In the air. lie, of course I NoHh rant. quarter of north west quarter. Section NOW! ,;.
In cue, design and finish-artixtic helps by Jerking himself upward when'; 8.Tbwnihip 6South.Range 20 Eaat.4A acree KISSIMMEE DRUG CO.

plainness that attracts and is always she lifts, and then balancing with his I laauance TheaaMlUnd of .ucXoertincate belnir Memawl In the at name the date of of J.the H. Strawberry plants, $2.25 per 1000
admired. Height 4 feet" 9 inches width hands on ber shoulders he treads the .
1-anier.Sr. UM N ,-aid eartiflcata ahall be redeemed Tomato Beauty 2,00. "
6 feet 2 inches, depth 2 feet 3 inches. ceiling of the low room to the tune of according ftKjaw. tax deed will Itsuethereon ,
Seven and one-third octaves when boxed the music, and she continues to dance on the 17th dayn "l around on the floor of the room. Such Witntmi official
my flirnatVe V and seal I this the
ready for shipment weight 850. dances-arn: rapidly falling Into disuse." 18th day of .A ulluat.. A, D. 1 11110.ARTHUR Sage, .50" 1 100

"' ) pounds This piano has the :Automatic Exten- The H 0...... E e.... t (L lerk( Ircuit E, C'ourt-4 EGAN> c.,oU _I Cabbage Plants ::flt: { 1.25 1 000 r

sion Front, with a Music Rest the Whether you drive a single horse or ( **!.> County Florida I. -

length of the piano hand carved panels a team the principles are the same I Old-papers can ue bought at this office I T K. GODBEY We wish to express our gratitude for the generous patronage ,

and mouldings. Has folding fall board, rat In driving a pair see to It thnt at 20 cents per hundred. They are I WALDO FLORIDA received by us during; our Piano Congest, and solicit a continu-
hard-wood back. The sounding, boardof each horse does his share of the work "
the very thing you need lx put under 14-ZI ance of your trade, assuring you courteous treatment.
( the best known material for reten and BO more. A pair of horses, more- ,
your matting. Our Fall Sundries will arrive about Sept. 1st. Come
new
tion of sound waves, and the wrist over, nolens well driven are sure to i ,. .
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plank Constructed of compound rock get In the habit of wandering over the and buy:

maple. Has the double French repeat- rotd. To drive well yon must keep r Yours Respectfully

ing action; ,the German 'imported your eye and your mind on the horse. A. B. JARRELL. Proprietor.
strings; three unisons! with overstrung Watch his ears. They will be pricked Attention of Truckersand
4+ three forward- wben he Is about to shy,
bass; nickel-plated trimmings;
'", pedals! with muffler; Ivory! keys; 'quadruple droop when be Is tired fly back Just .\................................. ............ ...................... .
before he "brakf" and -
f) Onto a gallop)
veneered and is fully guaranteedfor Gardeners 's
before !he kicks. (Before kicking too, a WHAT IT MEANS E

ten years against aoy deficiency in horse usually tucks In his tall and : Many people do ant know: what a BaI,1<'a Capital I* for. or Ibe.dllrer.u" be- -= (
workmanship or material. ranches his back: a little. When you : tvreeu bank of little or no capital 1 aati one wltn a large capital. v ._
obBerrw any of these Indications speak : A BANK'S CAPITAL AND SURPLUS! S
Rebate Certificate. .to him sharply, and poll up his bend.HORSE'S Seed Potatoes Poultry Supplies C U t'A rand that protects" the$p<>*ltom from I....., therefore the larger it la the
SEEDS : greater protection the<1ni>'0htr! >m oa'O. Thin bank ban a .
The rebate certificates given as prizesare r Capital .. "9,00000, ,
: surplus fund of .. .. .. l IS.Mm( Oil 1
acceptable as part payment on a AND MULESCOMING ARMOUR'S FERTILIZERS r-totkboldera'tlabtllt . '. 50.1100 I ii" ;

;w A piano like the first prize given in this : A total of .. .. -. tl 1I4. contest, and will be accepted for their ; Crenshaw Bros. Seed Cot Tampa Fla. : moaaK tint w.. must bee |li\.'. "O") btifareour ilupoalLen noalrlr< \ ... a
full face value by the American Music : cent. Thii protection la lor VOU.(

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Co., of Jacksonville Fla. In other STATE BANK' OF .KISSIMMEe

$ ,'', words), If a contestant shall win the A. E. DROUGHT, Local Agent "

'>second prize'of a two hundred dollar KISSIMMEE ST. CLOUD KIIMM o :.,IaLOr11DA, r;

,, ic'rtiflcmU' this certificate shall entitle yeSPECIAL : C.AA1\O: J'HT'H" I.EL: N. .. OABSON
.v'! ll the:purchaser to a lour hundred dollar 1- .. Prealdedt VkM-Praaliient\ faahlef" S

". piano\ for two hundred dollars. These(. :........................................................ ..... ..- '

a certificates are transferable, but not : .
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4 more than two_ hundred dollars worth :

.i A of certificates shall be allowed to apply i
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4 on the purchase of one piano. HOSIERY SALE JUST A REMINDED= --

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How the Contest Will be Conducted .-;
"; that our stock of
a, ,Oll'every subscription; to the Kissim- r i I
St. Paul Neb., Aug. 19, 1910.
nqea Valley Gazette you will receive a I '

wee certificate for votes, to b given to Cissimmee Valley Klasimmee Gazette, We will place our immense stock of Gents', Ladies' SHOES. .

4' you favontexconieotant.! Fla. and Children's Hose on sale at the follow '
Each: contains a Free Vote Dear Sir: I GOODSFURNISHINGS .
paper ', ing prices for cash only: DRY 1
Please notice in that I
Coupon, which"counts 26 vote., corn- put the paper .
Ir -menclng with this issue. The votes will be in KUsimmee on Sept. 1st with 50c hose at 3ge

I :must be- placed in the ballot box, which two car-loads of extra good horses and 2 eJoueat Ittc15c

'Is in the Misses Hodges' millinery stone mules.- 20c Hose at I It IS ALWAYS FULL ;
Ion ballots be Yours very truly
r Broadway. All must in
fie Hose at 1 Ot
'. nOOn of each W. J. NcCa.CKEN.PAIIEAMLS. : -
.'thia: box by Thursday: .
/.week.The key Is In. .the hands of.the .----- ----- lOc Hose at 8c A Share of Your Business

_ MV 7paator-of the M.'E. church. > fully Solicited.*
MO ME CO. Call early-and get your sizes while they last and save Respect t
of Rev.
,A committee, consisting cent. ::: marked in
twenty-five, per (Everything plain figures.
1' y" Mitchell; Methodist church; Rev. Stephen 2 H. P. Gasoline Engine $90. .. .

,--Baptlet chureji: F. C. Thomason, For Can. Mill,, Pnmoaor -YOURS FOR BUSINESSH.CSTANFORD-
laaaleweanta, writ or call CHAS. JW. D.A'NN
-.- .physician and surgeon, count the.balf' -
i '.MI, .-.,Iota each Thursday and give total num- Hillsborougb Hardware Co. CO.'
barbf vote* east.r IIU-I1I2 Fraaklln St. Tampa Fla.FENOLE. l L "We Batiafy those who Care"
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j' .f honor be placed .
r Can ai greater upon -- -
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I.J To receive a lasting me- AOBNT PO*
4 these prizes
ti;. ',. !4} .r banded better than it knew. '

4 ,''. _Who Is blest the better? He = GUARANTEE ALL MOTOR BOATS .
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I' Who hath fillet the earthwith cheer .. ra' .
PACKED INSIDE EACH ROLL OP Stickler Weedless Propeller Wheel
Or the man of misery ",2.f'en ewe s.. ,
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: With ever-read tear? INSECT DESTROYER AND I net" U -_ .... .....
Gasoline
'r "" CONGOCongo Wbite-Blakeslee Mfg. Co.,\ iL Stationary Engines..
A 8ur:' Way of Saving.An .
c Ingenious method of putting hi* DISINFECTANTA : ;;i ''II' 2 to 25 h. p Stand Supreme for Simplicity, Durability and Economy I

sal 1ngs beyond his own reach was I -:- -:- Pumping Outfits Any Size -:- -:-

', adopted by German writer who l : N TJ RO 0 ]FI NO, .
J 1?= found from dire experience that all Post Q'ffice' Address Kissimmee, Fla, or Call at Residence on Milliard's Island.
hU melted aa DUtlictlvtly meritorious Preparation I
pro ta away loon as
ia the only Ready PoolThe Surety ; theM
I Colli"U
earned having made $80,000 by a (ortaaat DI
fr e, A PrevtiUtlv or Cootuloua Dlaestes I ing cair/ing the National SuirtjrCo. b-c t, and back oi them u their Goo
literary aipeculatlon.. be placed
Ja.-1., ."bond. It caries with; it iri .ion t/ollarao/.b. ll it. natter airuarao AT
I tense TIE PIONEER PLUfflBING SHOP
the whole of the money, together with II KIB8IMMKE. 1"\-
I of !keen utitfaction/ to that '
they
his will In the Imperial Deposit bank axl coaditjcnt that make it especially attractive ua wen ?
INSTANT DEATH TO : who couiGcr'lheW"i!;; |b nand. behind Congo Roofi. .
af&erUn.Md on receiving the receipt to aayoaa; mu You are immune from rcapoaaibility H. EDMOND SWABEYCONTRACTING ,
any
i from the cashier deliberately tore top. Ill'lufS, flat RMClllV HliqiltMl,Flllt; loo nng q-ioa. tFor other than giving; the roofing orduuiy eo...
The cashier thought he was, {mad Oistrifi' Gait SidVtaihn till EUI I' 10 yew jroo can real eatr about W rite to-cUjr.a..mpl. oi Congo ud PLUMBER
w and told him angrily that It would your root it covered wild 3-ply Congo. full'1 inlornaboa.flemvnttr.( .
three before lie could intKli Fiul Odsrs ifs Nrlfwd by Its Uii.
take folly yean ; sad we bow dial it ia probable you will .that..nth11 roD ol Conga. ) "
*' expect to: obtain a duplicate receipt I got sees fMiftr--.out el) i. you get. a geaiaae Suntj Bald . PLUMBING, IAN ALL ITS BRANCHES J
That ?s lust why I have torn up the 10

i' 'e original" calmly remarked the deponeItor I Tinning Brazing Pipe Cutting t'
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"and now the money la safe for OSCEOLAPHARMACY, ," Threading
c that time.". I I IDI.T..aUTO" ROSS iGRA\S Steam Pipe Fitting, Pump Work r,

t ;.;., Old papers for sale at this office, I and General Jobbing! ;,: ,
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',., A Strong Company Now Bring'Or .' 1
Leads in the Valley Gazette Popularity '
I gated in i .This to-
.r City Operate Contest With Miss Gets

' Such an fnt pdse.a .
Moon ,. Close .Second.w
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On numerousoccasionsthe' Valley Gazette
HM called the ,attention of our Following the result of the Vote in; y
p people to the wonderful poaaibilltie the Valley Gazette Popularity Contest
LLJLi for the week ending at 2 p. m. yesterday '
1, ,/open.to the establishing! of an abattoir I -' ., ?
p and cold iterate plant in this city and I ___ : ,r
I Kissimtaee -
at time It lookod '
as though the sc
would take'definite shape, buX GRACEJOLLY: . ... .. . . . .52,289 Jr
mach ? GENA MOON . . . .
p instance It ended I .m .. w. r., . . .162,165
to put off Vr J8 .end'! deciding j r n FRATERNITY HALL . . . . 61.640( ,

the tamp b ing the compal17'forgI % MAY BELLI: FOUNTAIN . . . .'. ; 2,610!
until l we had 'JSst about ,. Yr CHRISTIAN CHURCq S. S. 610!

p hope of anything; of the kind RUTH THOMAS . . . . . . . 600)( tl 1
p'' : _,_r being numbered among Klesimr PRESBYTERIAN: CHURCH S. S.. . : 600)(
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( mee' enterprises. Mas. HORACE: WOODALL . . . 600OSCEOLA )(
+ + + But a new Richmond appeared on HIGH SCHOOL, . . . . 600
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the field and' osce more our hopes are ar KISSIMMEE, : : CONCERT BAND . . 600 '
I r in the skie. for Mr. Dolfh Berli who Campbell

(, came to out city ten days ago from MRS. E. E. BROWN . . . . . . 600Baaal )( .,
I Covington, Ky., one prospecting tour, y tr' ..e,.>r

I was quick to ee that an industry of this \ LENA PEARCE: . . . . . . . 600

, r t nature was not only necessity to our fast } BESSIE WALKER . ',' . . .. 600Narcoosaee
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growing city, but would pay handsome

4 dividends from the day it began busi MADELINE HILL. . . . . . . . 600 .
'. ness. Being a man .of action rather I L--.I '----I p..o...

than words, no sooner did he amve at Ph-UibyS W Phillipaon 8-INCH ARTESIAN WELL FLOWING 370 MRS. J. S. STRATTON.'. . . 500
(;' that decision than he began the organization GALLONS A MINUTE.
_.. __ St. CloudNEVA
and __
erect
of a compa'ly to oper- u Hnil: . . . .. .* . . 1,000
ate an ice cold storage and abattoir This well is in the center of KISSimmee and supplies the waterworks and sewerage systems" of the. WOMAN'S RELIEF CoRrj .'. ;. . 600
t -plant, the mount of capital stock be- city. The water is absolutely pure and is used by our citizens for domestic purposes. .
(. ing placed at $25,000. WfclttUrMRS. r

Mr. Berli began on Tuesday offering J. F.WILUAJUII..u. . . . fcX)

V stock in the company to our people, and I' .. The popularity contest Is increasing
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before the day was over stated that the I I in enthusiasm, and the Jolly lump.over 4i

t project wa, a cgmplete success and that I II the Moon, made the 'conte t.8.nt'rim m'
he had every reason to believe the entire some cigars, with the result that the IThe approach. On the bridge at "the wheel joyous boom, unt.llit I. now hard to tell

$25.000 worth of stock would be marshal requested his presence before Artesian Wells In her genial captain. Clay Johnson, Jr., who will( c any away the goldenTapoon 3''

taken before the end of next week and Mayor Murphy on Monday morning at9 slightly weather tanned, greeted the in the shaper 'bt the elegant te piano '

that work would begin on the plant immediately o'clock. %f I Valley Gazette man heartily, like the given by the Klssimmee Valley GazetU. ..

(on the organization of the When the case was called the mayor And Around'Kissimmee sailor he is. The log reads a -(*)- |Ml yes, very, very aoonv "Fraternity.Hall ix.
company.It ruled that hotel a.d; restaurant keepers pleasant voyage and the w.ter'rl.lng.. loses with .modesty;' but St. Cloud !\a

would only be repetition on our were exempt from the provisions th& The Roseada had In tow .a barge loaded stealing a marcif'on it. Why, the pro-
did we enter into a discussion as ordinance prohibiting the Bale or Sun- with wood. greaalvwnea6f that ia
part city phenomenal
Furnish as Pure Water as Can Be Found In
to the good business policy; of establishing day of anything but drugs but that all 'I Among the passengers were.Mr, Jack ,belpjf able to manufacture I ice
this industry in our town, for we other businesses were amenable to the America, and Their Flow is From Fifty to Whidden. Mr. Wood. and Mr. Ernest and ehifr It to nearby town.: But this

.,. have told-and retold the tale .so often ordinance. Keen of this city. jok{; woo't' "(last always, and it was the
citizens as familiar The csjie against Mr. LaHmwas ln* Three Hundred and Seventy Gallons a Minute.
that all our are The Roeeada will now be put on her Jolly contest we were talk'DC'' ebout
with it as they are with the sight of the mtese'i. gNOTABLE regular run, making weekly trips between with the moat fraternal folks In town. ,

( ,: uncovered ditch on Dakin avenue, but i. this city and Bassinger., The Moon winks laughingly, and baa away i
To answer the many inquiries rereiVed I ach trouble as there are dozens in and
,. we will say again that we can see nothing WEDDING j nevei to frown. The Bell ringing
this office relative tho char-
at to ; j around this town who can testify.
but big abattoir dividends located in a in cold this storage city; I '| acter of the water and the amount of The one peculiar though good feat- BANDY PfANN KATZ the contest cblme to little, f vre,Uitbaby a/i/

plant and of the rattle Judge G. F. Parker and Mrs. Ada M. 1 the flow of the artesian wells in and near j ure of the artesian water obtained hereis ---- ever, four years old, and the way,
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which is +* : '
I this town, we have endeavored to ob- that do the vote roll in for her speaks that aha
mosquitoes not breed in it
ranges of f:>ntral! Ftyrida. and Jones United in Marriage. '| tain the most accurate information, and even though it stood for .weeks in an, Will Serve as Trustees of the Water is the baby of 'the town The Church i.
the
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We have sold today at| from I lOne of the most notable weddings I! herewith give the facts to our readersin open utensil-which fact,.no douBt accounts 'Works and Sewer Bonds. tower gracefully makes r a dignified
the They are
r four hogs.to-six: cents a pound on the hoof. that has ever occurred in Kiasimmee, I as trite and simple form as possible.Artesian for the almost total absence of The Council. at its meeting on Friday background whoM spire! may east;
and which has been anticipated by our j Water can be obtained at those pests in our town, and for the night elected shadows later on upon this popularity
,_ If they were butchered and. put in.cold I Mess C.. L., Bandy H.
storage: for a few w eks they.would people for the past twelve months, took almoat:any point in this section but further fact that a case of malaria has M. Pfann and M. Katz aa trustees of crowd that is making things ao livelv1rrthis
: place on Monday when 'Judge'G.. F. I flowing wells'cannot be secured much never been known to be contracted here. the water works and town. Interchanging positional
bring from ten to twenty cents a pound, sewer bonds, and
:" and the coat of butchering{ and freezing Parker and Mrs. Ada M* Jones were further n 'rth'than the' northern limits The following analysis of the artesian these gentlemen will enter' upon their of thoe*who* are' building this popularity

. "y ," '.; would not be one cent, as the byprod- married the ceremony' taking place at j.of this city, but beginning just inside water obtained: here was made by State duties u Boon a. the nec..saryform.l- contest: is. typical of the historical dehangeeof
; ,,i ..l and by Rev the limits eouth.fora Chemist the beautiful Osceola capital a
rlA\:; If," ucta would pay the entire operating ex* high.noon was performed city and extending Rose;; 'Total solids"per hun- ities are aloteDd _to. '
\ of the plant. S.S. Snyder, pastor of"the Presbyter distance of one hundred miles a most dred thousand parts) 10.7 parts These The city treasurer notified the Council since the Valley Gazette ha* so vie'

penaes We ,"i11l1ot discuss the subject fur ian church, of whiclrchurch: both of the abundant flow is obtained, the main mineral solids are composed of calcium '\ that he had received the full amount idly pictured to the outalde''World the
contracting parties are members.As of the artesian vein carbonate lime advantages awaiting all who'will reside) (
ther, but merely state that the man body seemingly covering ( ), sodium chloride/salt), for which the bonds-45,322.6&-andbilla'to u
who invest his dollars in such an indus stated it was generally conceded an area from about the center of j magnesium sulphate (epsom salts), and I the amount of 16244.74 were on the fertile lands of this most favored

try will receive two for one i in dividends' by all that the happy event would occur Kissimmee to ten miles south of the silica (sand), with a trace of organic ordered paid out of the water work. county. The health-giving'ozone'of the '
some time, but both principals used This Southern pine'wafting "the cooling,'*,
before it has been in operationtwo the city. matter. is very good artesian :water and sewer fund.
every precaution to prevent the exa-:t In Kissimmee there are in the neigh! ., At 'the meeting on Thursday night a breezes from Tohopekallga'axwaUryexpanse 1'
years.
date becoming known and only a few borhood of hundred wells of The temperln -the good old summat-
one some I total solids, in a general way'( and petition w,. received from the A. C. L.
A BIG( BARGAIN persons were aware that it was to take which it is necessary to pump to obtain with occasional -exceptions( increase : Ry asking that Sproull avenue be time until the cool zephyrs send a chill

.' place on Monday, but some one on the, water, but they were sunk solely for with the depth-of the well. The hard- closed, which request will be granted of regret that th. summers In Floridaare
inside let the glad tidings out of the domestic use and are not deep enough' j ness of the water, determined principally -' provided the railway -obligates so little known, for surely those

Even Though the Land Was Sold 'bajj a short time before the one o'clock to strike the main current but the water by the amount of calcium and Itself to build brick company passenger depoton seeking relief from the Northern torrid

for $50 an Acre. train was due, and it required only a is just as pure. that obtained froma ( magnesium salts present, also increases, that block. (1)) cone would- always spend th. summer
;: ; : few minutes for a great number of the greater depth. The wells used for irrigating as a rule,.With depth. This Increase in Several other communications months 'neath th. grand.ue'of' ,
W. Insert the following for the benefit Judge's friends to assemble the depot the truck gardens all flow mineral solids in solution with depth i. received and referred to were 4nmittoes. Florida's glorious dawns and gorgeom.
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,\ of 'our out of town and state subscribers to wish him godspeed on his jour- j some as low ((2-inch bore) as twenty accounted for partly by the fact that amo'rfg which was proper on. f roiA a- sunsets. '

t aa an example of the ever increasing -., neyand also to throw a few bushels of gallons a minute, while there are others the water from the deep wells has necessarily large number of citizens asking that Unconsciously following tie inspire; '.

value of Klssimmee land. Information ' rice in the hair of the bride but the (4-inch bore) that flow as much as traveled a longer josrney underground ordinance be passed requiring ice an tlon instilled/ under the Southern flrtna- '

I.* solicited regularly regard Judge was put wise to the game and one hundred and seventy gallons a min- than has that of the leas to weigh the ice sold to customers companies ment, the Valley Gazette has trodden the'

ing this' section, and as regularly we took Mi bride in an auto to one of the ute, and the well sunk by the city ((8-inch deep wells. In doing so it has had a and there is no doubt but what the- path of service for the residents of 0...* s ,
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have explained our advantage and suggested crossings in North Kissimmee where bore the ceola county until It has budded a "
. : ) to supply water works, and greater opportunity to take solids into request will be complied with at repa--
an early
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a speedy purchase while pricesare the train, was stopped and the happy which is in the very heart of town aolution. Press re la also an important date. tation for you and for this section of,

still witMn' reach. pair taken aboard although a few of' flows three hundred and seventy gallonsa factor. The a ount of carbonic acid Florida better than it knew., >Every res< ,

Last Friday Mr. Nebraska Johnson the boys "smelled a mouse" and were I minute, and Its water has been tstd and other gases which the water can ATlTlFUL CAsEI, (dent.of Osceola county Is the recipient

old forty-five acres of land adjoining there with Vice and old shoes both of i by experts and declared to be aa.. xureaa I hold in solution is proportionate to the I.of increased valuation of real estate, aa.
this city for $50 an acre, and supposed which were used in the usual manner. any that ever came out of the pressure, while the :pressure increases ---,..- each Issue of the Valley.Gazette awax-
he had done well, aa he had tried to sell They will spend a week or two at Way- I ground. The picture at the head of I' with depth. Man Seventy-two Years Old Sent to I ena interest In foreign states until from

the same property three years ago for cross Ga, and In. the Mountains of I this page lli--of the city well, and was i The heavy annual rainfall and the Lunatic Asylum. i every quarter of America, inquirer iy
_ .. 93 an acre. News of the deal getting I North Carolina. taken two weeks ago. I large surface intake necessarily implies I I come seeking advice as to bow to .ret''
- about his friends regard him with pity, I Judge Parker is one of the beet I In some instances good flows have movement of the water. The general Elijah P. Orr, seventy-two years of the moat from this Kiasimme. valley,,

r". or in plain'wbrda, think him easy. known men In this section, having\ >en j I i I been obtained here at a depth-of one direction of the movement, it may safe age and a citizen of St. Cloud was adJudged made famous by the Gazette. Carlyls

.e Withouth.sitauon, they agree that the i irs" I local agent of the A. C. L. for the past hundred and fifty feet, but as a general Iv be assumed is from the central.interior insane In the county court on saya; "All true 'work Is sacred; In all

land is worth double what he.sold it for. twenty years, and Is a prominent member -j, rule it ia necessary to gb' as deep. two region: of the state toward the coaston Wednesday, the jury appointed In- true work, were It but true hand labor
-- -- '- ---- -, .- !Ij quire'lnto his mental there is something of divineness."
of the Presbyterian church and the j hundred and fifty feet to get a flow either side. All of the wells drilled condition being The.man .
: : Masonic or &r. it is said of the Judge j' sufficient to irrigate as much as ten in" this section have'encountered under- Drs M J, Hicks-and T. 'M. Rivers and: whose labor' baa.;.drained a waster -

MAYORJMRPHY. that it requires the hairs on his head to I acres of ground, although there is a4inch j ground streams. The idea is that these Mr. C. E. Tartox. and made it r.bletho: man whose)

''S I number his friendabut: his enemies can \ well in Park Garden, two miles are streams in the ordinary sense of the For some time past Mr. Orr's derangement -i brain has developed a means for alleviating !

"' Rules That Restaurants .jnd, Hotels be numbered on the fingers of one south of this city, that ia only one hun- 1 term confined to' definite channel and has been noticeable, his particular physical frailty; the man who in- .....
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Can Sell Cigars on Sunday. hand. dred and eighty-five feet deep that flows moving rapidly-through the earth. The delusion being that his neighbors I tented the means of exchange of '

The bride la one of the mot cultured I L ifpne, hundred'and seventy gallons a min- I number of such stream is, however sought his destruction. With a !I thought between man by printed p..
The ministers of this city have interested women of which our community can necessarily limited. If underground loaded shotgun in his house and constantly pera; the man who has Increased circulation ,

d. themselves lately in the enforcement boast and 1 is a member of the exclusive I ute.The cost of sinking these wells varies I 1 streams occurred as numerously an re- muttering threats, It was .feared of the papers and spread them ;

__ of the ordinance prohibiting the set of Kissimmee's social( lifjjLShe has with the size of the bore, for instance, I potts would imply, the total rainfall he would become a menace to the more thoroughly throughout a community F '4

sale of merchandise on the Sabbath, lived( here for many %*e/ been I' a 2-inch well"Will cost 50 cents a foot a would be very quickly carried away"and community, hence 'his arrest on the. -*very man from the days of Ju- .
and last week the three drug Stores j 3-inch 1 charge of lunacy. 1 lius Caesar, who controlled the world G%
I identified with ye'rs'i \/t"work well 75 cents a foot, a 4->inch well the streams cease to flow until the next ,
"I /, signed an agreement not to sell any- in which our women I $1.00 a foot, and so on, aa the size increases season! of heavy rains. Mr. Orr will be taken to the.asylum'at '1 to the present time is indebted to thai t

.A.. thing on Sunday except drugs, and the -Pri dleT 1: but 2-inch wells are the ones' Chattahoochee in a, day or. two. man that work. and builds for his fellow -
Mr. F. Lawton
city marshal issued orders that any per Eugene I mostly used for domestic I ROSEADAARRIVESAfter I I man a resting place better than.he
the Mich., came to Klssimime last week I purposes Mr. E. W. Crosier and daughter, of [
son Violating ordinance would be dr while 4-inch welLs usually knew. Centuries ago the command waa
, ". :restAd. on a prospecting tour and was so impressed truckers. prevail among Peabody Kane.. arrived in Kissimmee given "Render unto Caesar. the things ,

. 0.0', f".e Now that order Bounded a little queer with the many advantages this ;i While great curative properties are ;j II Her first Trip of the Season on Friday last for the purpose of looking I that are Caesar's." Surely thosei residing .
J to Mr. LaRue, section offered that he purchased 80 I over our section with a view to in Osceola '
proprietor of aRue'a
not claimed for the waters of these' 1\ Bassinger. i county do not anticipate (- )
Jto I
: Casa, and he "issued an order" to his : acres of land from the Hunter Land I wells, still there i I locating permanently, and says from that the law"of nature, which ia I
f help that if Co., lying on the Kissimmee Prairie be-I are many people WhO At 10.4 on Tuesday morning the what little he has seen he Is satisfied!\ I the "
any person came into his come here afflicted with what same no matter in which form w 0
tween Whittier and 'Baaainger. ia believ'l steamer Roseada swung into the city thai country aUl'Jlaa84'. other in the
of business/ any be
fA plane and desired to purchase ed to be' incurable diseases I find it, will\ made an exception. in
are dock after completing' her first of
Trindle left on Tuesnay for Michigan. trip United States, and that '
look
cigars or ice cream, to sell him I we can I this fertile Klsalmmee valley.
;' all he wanted and he enforced his order but will return in a couole of months to \completely restored to health in a few ;. the lesson from this port to Bassinger for him back before long. Mr. Crosieris The contestants in this t
develop his property and remain per months; especiallyivfthis a a fact. withrheumatlsm and return her whistle reverberating half-brother popular .\_ .
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selling a customer - -2
manently. i; and any character of stom- I. through the-tOwn awing notice( of her Mr. A. S. Nelson. I i""
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t "/ <... 1i. hereby tlv.n tlxt the fllowlug dercrlbud. lends .r e0 niU11' thereof .. will b.
r; t OUcsss4o pey the amount due for tllU' ""r'II1 m.1 tlJ'po"t.e the same. 'o"'br with CUll 01
TED I! such mslesnd' ; aelvartlsblq< will be ruki at Ilu"h Aurnbn. un Mondsythe 6th day ur 8..p..mb.r.. At.
D. 1510btfront of'lit Cmrrt H'gaeduur III Kiexinlmeetu, the "o"uly 010..1.. and State of
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r, Man with small Saw Mill. to money I once cannot -- -- - -- --- -- --- --- -----'- --

be paid to ...1 ra. M Florence transferred to another contestant.! It Uf .It l4 .1 :gas\ a4.. 411 Iubk., W A I I sOhx
ty "'M,, t4 . a .0\011 340< W II I ulu
cut a tract of from ,one -to two Keyey, Contest' Manager.Kule I Rule 9. No votes will be allowed oh "$' 'I'. . ,d uei, ? 1.1 2". S-i. 10 Ma"If"I/avta. tI D 7. +
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2. Contest Maanger's BiKna-- I subscriptions held' out more Han, one i I. 4)f sc'4 HllllSiv Ye,aytx. ?J. . 11: '\\I. mo: IroO SavnitoI.to W IIt 10
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hundred thousand feet. tune must be affixed to all?tea before week after being secured by contestant. t '< of nw l lvIvw i. .,.r . 14 fIJ5 >. 40evsKo, W 11 1 Ul '
IIW '. M 2"e; Ml Jolltm, L H Sot
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they are of value in tlit! -contc-it. I. Subscriptions must be turned in promptly !4 leHtt a HtriprUBM TII 7ar.lo wi'if'
I ."- U side ,,1411 S/kl/ 1Iel4: tokel..II.ul. \\' a 6.041
Rule 3 L.ho.uht.. :
Ballots cannot
together with collected for .
: / money .I.w'. .
I tied I If. Sus Ae 411Ne MUM. Mm 1..t.tolla 0 (Ml
The contest will,-bu run O" a fail basis, them. Votes will be1 issued wl.iu: ubpcriptiung !Iffy Uc ,'..r..r rail "I q.,.. L.. rune 0 1(1'. '
J. E. MATTOCKS ,\''''. :Jn. ..le I' Arnold W T 1 O.tt
''J fair for It'll. Dotes can only be obtain are received, but contestantsmay 4 of i'... ;130.0 '11a"m".J :N; .!II
ed by securing subscription! citherprepaid retain these votes and cast them styul' 0 l | t "
; Kissimmee Valley Land Company) Office n 110 I i t(,. I.Ie r2 ilbnull; Pnul t U2
or renewals, or by cutting the whenever they wi<.h. tote 2' ll'I,,
Inrl- l Jam altJI.( .., UIII...,.,,,. \'II-tor 1011
-'Ml nomination coupons, or free voting lertificutes Rule 10. Nominators. or Contestants /Hey| uw .
)"h. : 1 t ,LPI 5 Ih' k r04
of each .. y I'arket
weekly paper.Rule ..
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,. cant/'st> must > I 45 sly' titulhven. \\ II. Jr I lit
4. No employee. of the Valley and all 'w 140f'' 1 !TI 4Ji' 411 I I'nlriok I 'I' 1 MJ
agree: to dLeept rul<'H and condi- I 1.11' I ,
111, fro :|4lvA. 4' -ulUvnn. W H Jr : 111'N1 +IxArK vKVN111 /
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$ vwwww : Gazette or a member of his family will tiuni N'. "l n S N. ', *or HVUt ICs iHtlllHUMIlt. 1 LJ I 1 1BHrlr J .
be permitted to participate either as ai I: ]Rule I 11]. The Jr '.: l'.. : ""amSlln 3
$ RUNNYMEDE MOTOR BOAT COSole : 'I right is rt-bervej to reject ,. "IC :0 49
S nominator or a voter in the' contest. !, : I 'I -x tae" ""AI II dIIx' IAr.nard '. 4J7
the narue of any contestant for 11 ai "I 'w'''. of ''''. otid "i. of wry u(
$ : Rule r>. Candidates will not .be. restricted its' ..
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Agents for Osceola ant j Polk Counties J Jof cause, also to alter these rules, shouldonasion ; of ." i, -.0 0 WUu.it
.ut. 1. 2. -.U hryheus, M : jl
$ I in securing Subscriptions, .... .
-- th.--- J d'mam! ; '' ltl.< t ill wt1(, ul tiel4 HUil..''t
''r : may secure them in any place in the I ITJnitit I .....111..''. "/ IIW'", 6 2I,., we 2'. Celebrated Mullins Pressed :N'' '4 "f l lid 1 mid Iff ;" fl. nod.,I.
i j ) :StatesKule ; I Rule] 1?. Any cuHtion| which .hull It W", Ioe. ol lot/ r ran. .171 4

G. Only one Nominating Coupon I arise between the contestants|! l 10. fl w 17.'' (It n,74 It.1.4 1 ft to IMI.WW IS 'lft, :et' I I. I".. Alfred 3 Jl
Steel Launches and Row Boats j Of N"14' .'\0 :'e :7. 40 Ystu er. H I' I 4il
4 f. i jj entitling each contestant to .100) determined by the Contest Manu(' ol A I 1.'kk 7. Mary It Morguii. itit. / .

j voles. will be allowed. i rnent, and! its decision will I I be, (inalKtBpeclfully liMtm. anp's,' ." .'II tj t-It ii)" '4 or ui '4 of Itt' I I. 1 4. :t. .. ysr.worthC W 54,

rtli4 Rule 7.: All I votes mu\t'Le ilL u.1| Lot! I blot 1! '.'. lUltilil..uiecUK \ I 1..l, ,ll. 11, tit 61
: vuur", ItMlllllll.PI nei ,
J .i ,S Valley Gazette: office by Thursday noon I 1 1.1. sled" f. 'Ilk. <,. II"| I' Dr,.UK1!Lt Ad 1'1,,,nine' \\lIltor :4:
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1 'Ii CONTEST MANAdFMKMMr ; ..K In rrn H AOilitimiUM
of each week
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S I I. K o-fit "f im ear i lot lut7e, rune' c
Parr b}', and Mrs. S. K Kexford H. Ins ft. x' 1'.7'''. It n Hi'. '1.
.i I I Mil..II'c s Aililillon, >ll DAVENPORTInteresting aid six children, Mr. and Mrs J. C. ., It"hart IL.. Atlilioii,
v i'I t 4 0 vulidiv of liloi, kH
6, 1 These boats are built, by the W. H Mullins Co., of Salem Ohio, of : Ingham I and four children, Mr and Mrs.I UI!.. and II. UnlcnowuTIII I :3

X, pun t\H'e-proof steel plates 'air-chamber* like a lifeboat cannot sink, j I W. C Oil) and one child and Mr. and I.AIM..,. '...k i. and l UI,|I 7 Khokniiiktr >IIIINIIU. 'HI i in\*
leak, warp, dry out water-log or crack Perfect model.. and th.. reat'. :J! Mrs. H. K Carr and two children I,loch HI/ kllb'div' Uf" I"uhlU,6. 4t8
f eat bargains in the world. Launches and row boats on hand for immed 4 News Items from the: I Then lot aid: a ly' lot 4'hum-maker..u" ,,. there was Grandpa and Grandma block VI ,. ... ....
diate delivery. e 4 lll ,July. JOI
y Thriving and. Prosperous Little Hill, who came to help along the good Luis' I. _' .sod) .:, blot'l k n lid... L.ulI' I I'
., RUNN VMEJOK N1OTOM MOAT OO :J. ;' Lot' h. BliMh t. fs.bntn.41< O'Ncsl':; Ail I II 0, 7Ul
Town.* cheer, Of the neighbors present not of II.'K HI. c i.r lot. I. l 1.1"-| -k t.. runic ti ? It w USq
P. O. Address Narcoougee, Fla. RUNNYMEDE =$: Colony .I: : "7 ft >. "I ft,i- -17 n Nrnhews Ad lit..r., LOIn ,
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I the family, we gathered the followingnames Lot I blink; "I I, Potrick H Addition; : ;
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and hope none of themvere Unplntted l.uolx I"
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N........................ are we sleeping Just too busy to i of Haines City and their three guests. N, '.,.'I\.l.f H.\I'.fc',' ,, )d..w..'.!lf; y... 1 1.I I.. .L,*r .,"".".. I"I I.nic.rI. now IMIiI.u JHK A :IH.0

write that is all. We are doing well Mrs. C. K Perry of Lakeland Misses S of.lv iff,lie'4 .III: II K:I. :, .e: :: 'u' I .itlbrup. c II h a4
It'r cur < f BW' of mil t.. run. n til' ft : .
f 2 YOU CAN COME TOZ.KLSSIMMEE J and feeling well, thank you. Emma and Nettie, Yowell of Ki" 'irnmee. .. 4I't' kO-Kj It, a 42' l It :> d.. """' Hurt W' ll'. lu-tntr. 220

Several! new houses have been built Mr. and Mrs. A. M. !Stryker> and D. I U. 4-, I I. ItANIYIrelullrrtrtTruIii

I I : here. since my last Iett4.r. We have two i Work of Koughman, Mr. and Mrs H. .-. - -- .. -- 'luuuty

.. stores m>w- Mr. Trumble has .boughtout Addison and) ,seven children ot/ Loughman -

--FROMflANSAS-.- J the commissary, and Mr: 1 eathas- I). A. Tyler of uvenport. Miss .- -

opened up a grocery .and meat marketin L. Bojette J. Ormond and L. C. Silas!] .... :a I II

CITYAND Mr JlcKnight's new building. '" <>f Lakeland, James L Smith Mr. and I x ---FOR- : I

> : Our new school house. will soon be Mrs. Adair'and six children, Qhas, A. 'of '( I

l\t\ !, .;. RETURN FOR' completed. .., Mr..Smith's house fs about\ I Parrish, J, McKnight and Mr. and Mrs ; :

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, $34.00 and spend 25 days his house, ., and -his family has arrived i and Mr. Pinnar of Ilaines City.. .. ,

L'e tt eIr for which he is truly thankful. We all Out of state guests were Mr. and Mr.

wish them success. N. C Douglas of Whitney Ind.. who
"I Long enough time investigate the best! : will hoon bo of .
Mr. Powers of Chicago! accompaniedby a part Davenport Colony

land In. any number or acres, ever his family and his brother, has ar- Th\y with their daughter. Miss Floridaand

placed on the market rived and all are settled in their new Gladys( have been in Davenport for the

Z home. They are well pleased with theirsurroundings. past few days looking over their landon

for sale by W Lake Geneva. They left for. their .

Mr. Kern has returned to Davenport home Monday evening but will return -- values in--

: W. S. .ALYEA Z after an absence of two months.On I I soon to make this their home.

1 Monday August 22nd, Mr. J. E. I C. E. W.

.: Rooms 11 & 12 State Bank Bldg. KlSSlMf.'EE. FLA. : Bowen one of the pioneers of Polk I II Farming Timber and Citrus

county celebrated his sixtieth birthday I Campbell News. .
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ward the newcomers of Davenport Col- the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Brown. r

*4'x ................................... ..........,............................ ony, he invited them all to bring their last Friday evening.. Many guests i) Fruit Lands
families and him and his wife Orange
fc join good were present and all had an enjoyable I : ,
THIS BANK MAKES A SPECIALTY In making the day one to be remember- ,

ed. To say that we had a grand, good i time.Mrs
j I' -of Establishing Banking Relations with-i Johnson and children have '
time .putting it mild. Mr. and Mrs.
turned home from a visit to re-I' Groves
NEW COMERS TO Bowen were both born in 1850, within : and City PropertiesWrite
,, : FLORIDA Miss Ernestine Brown has just
q two weeks of each other so it was a
turned from a pleasant to.
trip Merry
double celebration. They have lived
'a I .1 .. i Any information regarding Banking in this section i of the S here twenty-eight years and have raised Winter, Fla.Married I
country will-be cheerfully] Q'ivenand business with in Kissimmee last Friday or call on
; to your ; a fine family of two sons and seven '
$' us will. be strictly confidential daughters, all of whom except one night, Mr. Will Allen and Miss'! Ruby j -

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; Citizens Bank of Kissimmee as were also thirty-three grandchildrenand .

two greatgrandchildren. The celebration Upon receipt of 25 cents at the Valley

rl ABTVVB E DOMBQAMPrwtdcnt H M. PrANN W. H. NORTON was held at the place known as Gazette office a pocket map of Florida Bank Building; ..

iR 3 VI..P..Id.nt Cuhtor = Bowen's .Mr. Bowen's will be mailed to address in the j
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n4 '7- .farm. and! there certainly nature out- United States. We can also furnish I -
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I John B. Stetson University room. You had Jo prick yourself to of!any glad kind.to estimate on sectional maps :!'

UNCOLfr HUIAEY. Ph. D., bill. D.. u. D.. President make sure you were not in fairyland, I .

TUB BEST SCHOOL &XS5S* FOR YOUR CHILDREN and we were! constantly on.the lookout Old papers can ue bought at this office '

for the fairy queen to come forth and at 20( cents hundred. .
h SEND TU U TO STETSONCollege : per They are \
.y .9 Professors and InstruoMrs of Liberal Arts bid us leave her domain but there was the.very thing you need to put underyour i ROLLINS

11 University BulHinga College of Law nothing fairy-like in the splendid dinner matting. 'I COLLEGE.

2ft Acre Campus < College of Technology served by Mrs. Bowen and her daughters I '. ---.. FLO ll>,lfS OLDEST COLLEOK 1- .
I Ml Students Last Year College of Business to which was added the many I i iGLAS
S15l.tOt.0I Endowment Preparatory Academy WINTER PARKDEPAnTMENT8
baskets brought by invited And -
1VM Volumes In Library Normal and Model Schools guests. --Bol (221 /lights) $2.75 1 (
Sl.,*0.." Pipe Organ School of Mechanic Arts we did justice to it, too.
jJ ]I Large Laboratories Science. School of Music Mr. Bowen was presented with a fine 12x28: Domeitic.rdlnUu.lri.l<;ollaire. Academy; School i Art of. Wunlc.UuilntH School Schoi: of l. (Hue Vuruw Art for. 1.School. ":of. .""""""P0cn'x.l l of 1

Unsurpassed General Equipment School of Fine Arts saddle and several other useful presents.A SEE US FOB STOVES AND' RANGES' FACULTY
I I 8 4MirH.do4mitoriw lor 4Mnir mm and young_ Carrfal .dininl..lrMl WMM .... mat McorUa loching For twt.lmtser .-- for InlormMioo. or lor room r.. rr.4iooixJdr 41JP light somewhat dampened our Hillsborough Hardware Co. UTOiiV LOCATION

p ":N\ R. STETSON UNIVERSITY. DeLAND. FLORIDA. clothes but not our spirits and we all 1114-1112: Franklin SI On Atlantic tout I.ln, and S--... Air Line. 91\\ mile north crTampa'on th.ramon "Flor
i r" joined in wishing out worthy host and T."pal-la. ida Hsiihta":In on of the most beautiful BUILDINGS and healthful towns or the Mouth; no malaria x4t"

I ELORIDA STATE COLLEGE FOR WOMEN I hostess long and useful lives and many t Ten commodiou and attractive buildings: Science Hall eating '40.COO now In prone.s. 0'
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erection; campus of 26 .ru.. .loping to Lake Vlnlnla.
which I.
'TAlUlAUfE happy returns of the day. H. D. GEIGERAttorneyatLaw .Iib thre.other I..k.. ; mpaiwte outside room for each student eon.J1eeled; .I.etrlc by llaht.l n.via-.hl.. e.D.1a .-

M a uruioi IDT Coll..ol Art and 8e1..,,_ Normal School. Those present: were: J. B. Bowen, ;quarter 01.million dollars endowm.nt.ATHLETIC! ; protHotlon -

School of MUB.C School of Art. School of Bxprmion. Silas Bowen wife and three children Foot ball b... ball b"1*.' ball *11, tennla boating!}.wlmmlrur.erequlrad 1r7rana.Uc.
} Four .oilas. . School of Hom Economic links aid r>mr' .lum I aa fine a. any In the couth.Thorouchly 43olf
U& ltJ'... Flr t class equlpm.nt throughout. Tuition fr... six daughters with their husbands and State Bank C hrlatlao. but undenominational' In spirit and control.
..4a. 11II_amt 1 Oth.r .. n_ v.ty low. For Infortmition, add Bldg.
.pa children W. A. Stuart and children
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GEORGE N. SAUNDERS I ITEMS FROM TAFT ,[combination most desirable of and these valuable.two properties .........................t 5

I All these advantages can be secured EMIL MACH
ERNEST MACH
Boat Builder 'j Interesting Events Transpiring in on terms, if desired .. Act: tl..dent! Oil Co,
; | Added to the above pleasures and advantages
.r I Prosper Colony's Capital. there are excellent'healthful : MACK:: : BROS.Z.: ;
HISH QRADE I Bert Schrimpton has receiver) fromI climatic conditions, where the summer .

MOTOR: BOATS. SAIL 0 p 0 I Chicago his new portable saw mill with heat is fanned by cool breezes from the : Livery Feed and Sale Stable
J AND HOUSEBOATS j traction engine. lie will) buy the trees ocean and"gull and numerous inland J' '
1 from the ow'-ers;, of the land, saw the
MIREPAIRIN A SPECIALTYIResre'.al.tlvef.rtIV lakes and our delightful winters makes Agt. I International Harvesting Co. .
I lumber pull the stumps and grt the
w )life a perpetual dream, sufficient to lure _
| ground ready for the plow. the most fastidious and exacting. : ALL: -I: : -:C a :HEAVY: :HAVLIiV: : : 'C*. Z
The. new ,school house is Hearing com- I -
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These blessings and advantages
MariueEtigitieTM | plotion. The building i is Wx9O feet, yours with but little effort are ,i Everything new and first class. We tender prompt and ;
p-RRO has four rooms and each room is equipped For further information address satisfactory service day or night .
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sewerage '
system. I Nelson Realty Company ONE HALF BLOCK"FROM PASSENGER DEPOT ,

Pumping Engines Irrigation Plants!' Work was commenced Monday on Over Citizens Bank, Kissimmee, Fla.jjNew . Phone 113 .
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I I three new two-story business blocks. .

L, A. t.ARSa: 1'vealdent N t' Hit',\. ,t.c.l/.TAln/ The lots were ought from ,the Prosper Kissimmee- Florida.--=- I ............. ., ........ .....

Colony Co. for $3 a front foot. The I Large desk blotters f.or' gale at this!1- . ,, ., r
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buildings will be occupied by Chicago' 't'- ,
office for 10 .
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Mr. Holderf and family arrived Saturday ; .
from Moline III., and,have evidently I
) : Shoe Store
Grocery Company come to stay, for they'brought TAILORING |{

',their household goods, eight hundred ,
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chickens, three, horses, two coins and a.
of 'Is .. art few achltvt. but '
agricultural
great quantity imTle.ments.
l ---Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Ladies' Gent's and Children's Shoes ,
Mr. Holdorf refuses to sell' ) any
ANDERSON & BYMJM
of his chickens, as he says he will want HIGH GRADE' AND. UP-TO-DATE . ,
them all for breeding purposes His - \ ,
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GROCERIESWE
+ intention 'is to have a large poultry .
Excel All Others in KissimtnmeeAlod and nuT Buy,
I farm. _ See MARSH & WHIDDEN
.th. BEST! CASH BASIS '
.SATURDAY ONLY, AUG. 27,

1 SELL WE BUY AT THE RULL BASS MARKET Cleaning, Dyeing, Repairing i STATE BANK BUILDINB.


Loin Steak, 21bs .25
HAY HJDES) I Round Steak, 2 to .25 ---'-- -- .------ \I "

GRAIN, FURS Chuck Steak, 8" .25
Stew Meat, 5c to 6c per lb.
FERTILIZERS J .
: WOOL I Pot Roast, Bc to lOc "

SHINGLES Sausage Meat, bOc " }. ,
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OFfANGE BOXES. Mutton Chops, ISc.. l
PAINTS!
II ORANGE WRAPS ALL > I Mutton Stew, 10- " "
Best Creamery,Butter, 35c "
VEOETABLECRATES COUNTRYPRODUCE I
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CRATE NAILS i Fine
,I, All painters like to paint with the best,. c

I I Anyone desiring';;:-;:;enjoy a country paint because they know they. can {'"I

i We sell field and garden seeds or all kinds ,I life with all the advantages of excellent give a good job end leave a satis
} We give special attention to fitting out hunting antl\ camping
parties. I graded school: and high school, church tied customer. There are no two r- aN
privileges, good markets, also choice cit.f

Free deliveryin.city limits. Phone No. 12. paints than Pnttor 's Sun .
better .
f I rus fruits of all kinds, berries, finest of
We are county agents for good tertilizsrs. Ask! us for circular '
vegetables, and at the same time own Proof and Mastic. We can furnish '
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i and prices on fertilizers.iOcGoarOt i .. -, .. 'f"r
some exceedinglyvaluable! rich, fertile
you with any cofor or stain for the
I boil and trucking rands, where fine flow-
ling artesian wells can be obtained, can outside as well as the insideand, if I.

)()()() ) CI CDCOOQ C D QXXCDC oo..oooooooooc haye all these blessings right here in you will compare our paints with '

c. A. CARSON J, A. CRANFORD. B L* LUPFErt Kissimmee, the capital of OscV-ola others will join list of '
Pruldenl. Vice-President. Secretary county, Florida. you soon our I ,
Pinedale is the logical location -for, satisfied customers.' I j

valuable suburban homes adjoining our, ..
city limits, giving all kinds of religious, ,
KISS1MMEE LUMBER CO., educational and commercial advantages.Five Mechanics and IhiildcrN should get our I prices" on

f or ten acres of this excellent land: Sash. Boors, Nails, Locks and all Kulldcrs'!' Hardware. ii .
will furnish ample room for all kinds of
Citrus fruits, |peaches, berries and vegetables I I 1

and Dressed leavijijf room .for a. poultry I j We will treat you square and: fair. Call once and ray
t P'Mlgh yard and the keeping of a Jersey cow '
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and horse. I
Combining' the above-mentioned acres 'j!
Pine Lumber. with the rich, fertile lands in Park Gar-I co.
den, where artesian flowing wells ctrl HARDWARE

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three tp four splendid crops where.I I I > S. 4,. LUPFER, Manage

HOUSE BILLS A SPECIALTY. raised per anti&m, and Pinedale being
located midway between Park Garden I
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)Ik Kissimmee Valley ''Gazette TRITE AND TRUtHfUL t .. 1':' SEED|E' Drought potatoes local, seeds agent, fertiliser' 33-tf A.

Is Sent Complimentary.'Parties . ;,i !
j, r rI I j "I. ssifled! .Advertisements JACOB SHANNIBARGER-Bicycle ,
f PUELiSBED EVERY FJUDAY.I receiving this paper : I .' and Sunarie., Orlando; Fla. 33-10tpd... "ft, '' "
I Office [By OLD J'ROVERBB.J J who are not regular subscriber. T ..
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Valley Buildrng. '
.' . - b 'j must not think that )h'is the intention f I Jo'RESH)81're\ ( of pure Florida Honey .V-;, .
1US 11111E& 08CEOLA COUNTY. FLA. A Advertisements are inserted'under this.head at the.irate of 8 Cestst I at Water & Carson Grocery Co.. ,
In all his achievments man of the publishers't.o'lat., "
marvelous I Try some of it. 35-2.1
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.. B. HARRIS!! Editor aad P't'op'r.r' has dealt almost' exclusively with object I "demand of them the subscription per f. .,

s. ij. TRll tFTT..Associate Editor. and force ''ofth\ external: .uni- I price, as it i is mailed tp them corn! ,. '. --- r I,FOR ALE-15 lot Jn E.'LrJealey.."f ., . ':

m. Terse,' dealing 'with effect inlt ad. 'of plimontary by our Board of County WADE.-the tuner, Orlando.. ,. 1 1 I ./ YOU'WANT'an' extra bargain i inH Apply Addition to Jas.Kissimmee M. ,Johnston 50xl31 abstract*t. '" .- .
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f it: z,, SUBSCRIPTION RATES. : cause. ..' Commissioner* for the purpose, REMNANTS' on.ale at Co'; W. Dann'a> : -' ord.t 1jl:ri . .
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4 y r O-_... --'the.n....4".....:....".'. 60 The.mission of every >eformer has of many acquainting idvantagea them.and opportunities the .i PICTURES' framed_at the florae, Store.' FOR ANY kind of metal, especially I FOR SALE-40 atry'iln; I city limit, on??'
road between St. Cloud and Klimmee. *-
1'' onuiianiatfofM.. meept from cjbf Author.l been to rescue man from the grip of tails town and county offer SALE-Four! good mules J. W. V roofs use Black Pearl metal' paint. clay $100.00 acre. Apyly to" JI ,
...... ooiTMpondmta.mint t.Mn. ..l t>r Uw writer Ross Graves;, 34-tf per "
mates will sot. rytunMdKIwlniinM.. .oakw externalisD\ and bring; him to realize the horneseeker.. The paper wlll .MUler._ 29-tf -" r, -_. Jas, M. Johnson"Abstract> ,35tf u' I.. ,
Ib eau.l1.. s the internal and invisible universe be mailed for few week to --- ; FOR SALE--CroocT single baggy and .', ;
t. a try- DWELLINGS for M. Till. ":-t. i 2''
rent to SALE-61.
J apply FOR : acres best trucking-
I harness price $30. H. Beelmart back .
4', rM, ;,....t th.P..tola..lp. : Fte.... everi"ation created person' whose name i la given'us, ler. of High;School bldg. 83- t-pd land in county, | mile from city limit. .,:,;' r .
-.1.olar mall matt e. ; In'age. past has .u .
and if they.should desire to.re Price $150:00: Sell direct to purchaser *-& :
l --- -- its own God, which fully explains their ceive it regularly thereafter'we REMNANTS in lace and embroidery at I*' YOU have a roof that ne .painting ,- No sgrtit. Address Box 716.KI-j

r Friday,..August .20(;, 1910.! conception of God. t would be glad to put' them on our C. W. Dann'a. 27.tf right Black thing Pearl for this metal climate.paint is Ross the .immee, Fla.. 3S-2t .n j f-

subscription list at the regular' M'CALL'S patterns and publications at Graves. 34tfI LAUNCH FOR HIRE-Parties. wishing .\/" .
V One hundred -thousand There WAS a time.when the voice of A. S. Gilbert's.. 26tf, to go on the lake, either for!?' '
people from rates$] per year CO cents for . '
., true worship was not h.ard'and the - -- -- AM 19 year old and want A job. in business or pleasure day or night,;;,: .
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the .and West t and six FOR fresh fish Bass
months. the Hull
f the of weighing phone Florida after October 1st. Can. hive can be accommodated by applying] to'qt "
j ; 5 twice* many'of them.wi)1) stop in Kis sanctuary wa scene interest and Market. No. 189. 19-tf_. references. J. B. Tnoraas Box 276, J. M, I Hansel. /,; '
demanding heavy -' ------ -- - -
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t a.* any town 36-ltpd :
noisy pricfes'the: ; teachers of religion! FOR dressed poultry, phone the Rull WANTED-To purchase a large lot of\

b state.-, were robbers of widows and despoiler. Burial by Dear.. ..* Bass Market No.' 189. 19-tf WANTED- good farmer. Will pay cypress cross, ties. Inspection '
The few old er-elave now left In the settlement-at point of loading on- Atlantic -"'-
Our advice to Senator Elkins 1 II to of orphans, while they hid -their sins West Indies have many curious cu. SPECIAL SALE of fancy;; dress Roods good wages steady employment to Coast Line Ry. Address Grsss..,
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.. "' com* across with '.the price Abrutzl, under long robes and longer prayers.A torn, but the most curlqus la that of now on at H. C. Stanford- Co. 34-tf right West party.Palm Beach Address, Fja.\ Tom Campbell 34.2tphiW Mfg. Co., Jacksonville Fla. S4-8t'; ,

.akl' to take that daughter' off his Installment BUY --hoslerv- IroH.. 'C. Stan- ;-; ,
burying; tbeuSselves on the your FURNISHED room for.flight housekeeping -
k $ harnds. The thing i Ii wearing on our realization of truth makes all men plan. When they comb their hair they ford. Co., and gave 25 per ent.. SUtf E can sell your orange grove for area- nice clean and airy; for rent
heartsis ; esonable,/ price on short hotice. List .-
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w nenre are careful Dot to pull more Lain from ROOMS for Rent-Apply to, Mrs. D. with us and allow us a chance to verify long or short terms; no drinking
why organization after organization M. Breaker. 81tfBUY this statement. R. D.Waring&Co. gambling' or any immoral conduct alIpwed. -
the head than Those
they; can help.
an evidence that Kissimmee is as has.been formed trying to produce a Mrs t F, G. Thomason, Old
,. well known as New York Baltimore. universal brotherhood, failure always wbiclr come away they roll Into a ball your shoes from A. S.! Gilbert. FIVE and acre tracts of the finest Opna'lIo se. _ -tf.

'. Washington or Chicago, "a letter addressed coming by the posterity qf Ananias.It and put Into 'a baiL of white muslin. I Fresh stork, low'prices. 25tf water fruit lands lakes in and Florida thoroughly fronting projected orclear IFyooare' thinking of locating in
They do the same with the parings, of -------
1 Florida to Wmdemere and let
to the."Osceola] Hardware Co., GO TO J, M. Post to get your jewelry, from cold. S. S. Griffin ffwner, come
t' : their ualls und any other portions of of the best fruit
Kissimmee," the name ,of the state being It has always. been;; the mission of the I watches and'clock! repaired. 23-tf Goth, Fla. 32-tf me show you /some
j their'aiiatomy whlok. !become detached. .. -- I and] vegetable lands. in the state, ,
'I ,, omitted, was delivered promptly 1 1I I.fanatic to stand and point the way for I II Wheu lie( bag 's( full they butT It If - - ANYONE ;anywhere; can start a mail fronting on lake and protected from

I to the fimYin this city to which H "was j I the discontented in all their out-Btretcl- : lud of dishes free. A. S. Gilbert. 25tf)
i sent; even though it was maileJ in a : ings. "'\'ben luu dead, uinssa, you bury sue -------- ing. Be your own boss. Send for free I and terms to suit. S. fS. Griflin owner

stat to the north of this one. i I I I I budy. Me: hair aui purl of.uic body, so '''I MUTTON fresh, fat and fine,, at the booklet. Tells. how. Heacock, A 2144, I Ootlia, Fla. 32-tf--

J The dreamer has been first in the | me bury\ It now when. it dead."-Exchange. ,j I Rull Bass Market, phone 189. ltf! ,Lockport, N. Y. I LET us)ll'lp you make a fortune. We

'" "Any character of advertising is I| struggle for happiness that 'the human, !I I[ |' AGENCY ;of the"White --Star Laundry BOARDERS wan d=Mrs. E. J. Alvey I have :'tKXI( acre of muck and 1,000 i

good,*but the Commission of your race is striving to obtain.Liberty at the Home Store. Phone 154. can accommodate several persons with acres of hammock and pine land with,
; county have adopted the, cheapest andbest I | Eating l Away an Islsnd.i j" .. .-- --- -.-- board and room at her home in rear a water frontage of five miles, and Inten
; has ) by the rnnn i Strength Is not a thing usually con I I WOOD), per strand $1.26! ; five .strands of school house., or board without minutes rule by buggy of Kissimmee -
plan-lh.t of subkcribJng forone ; always come I that we will .sell for 95 an
room. 34-tf :you
I ted with maidenhair fern yet If Its 575.: KiHsimmee Lumber Co.tf
'a thousand copies of the Valley] Gazette 11 whom, we designate as the. enthusiast.Dreamer. nee I -- -- .- acre; part-cash, balance on time. H,
to be mailed weekly to prospective! ,I roots bare not sufficient room they i HAVE you seen the "limit" in "Walk FINE lands, improved or unimproved M. Breaker. & Co., Kivsimmee, Fla.
1 i Fanatic und.EntliUMiuxl set will break tbe jiot In which the plant Over" just arrived at C. W. Uann's. large or small! tracts high and dry,
q homeseekers in the North and West i grown.! Blades of grass will force the j j on margin! of beautiful 1 clear water I FOR SALE (OOO acres fine hammpck I
said the manager of a large Eastern I up the milestones and }blazed the first which lake. Write for and and muck land, with some heavy pinetimber .
i curbstones between they spring ,. & OR 6 DOSES "616"(; will cure any: cafe prices terms to t tI
advertising agency to u* this week pa'ths'for tie, feetxff those! who kwk'edon up out of tbelr place and lu a single' of Chills and Fever. Price 25c. 14-26t S. S. Griffin, owner, Gotha. Fla. 32-tf I on tract; 20 acres in cultivation
I them in der.infon at first. night a crop of small mushrooms have I ; 100 acres ready for plow: two I
PRENTIS sells Kimball and or- THE EMPIRE Life Insurance Company bearing oranVe groves; two miles of Ilake I
Trucker pianos
clearing their fields Indeed.
1 are now lifted a large stone. plants I '
b..uch.1.a.d,
See him at The Home Store. wants good, hustling in this lies opposite St.
and the in condition A Suggestion hare been known to break the hardest i gans. agent
9 putting ground for I locality at once. A profitable occupation I Clou on East Lake, near Billiard'sIsland.
fall planting and when the more than Recently the county commissioners rocks. The IslAnd, ot Aldabra, to the FURNISHED rooms with board: will be the, result if you writeto I l Apply to 4(. G. Johnston,

-4 4 ', one thousand acres in and around this I of Oaceola county subscribed for onethousand northwest of Madagascar Is becoming:: ', :31-tf Mrs. W. W. .soull ..r 1'. A. Ruhl!, District!: Agent Fort City Tax Assessor! KiBsimmee.! 33-tf .
.' I smaller and smaller through the action Myers!, Fla.) ,Do it now. "
town ofvegetable
are producing every variety copies of the Kmnimmeeal! STANFORD THE College of Agriculture offer a
of the maufrroves that grow loop the H. C. CO. is now
: '$ which they will be in twt ley Gazette for three months to send foot of tbe cliffs. They eat tbejr way tires goods at greatly reduce WE have for sale 4',(JIO acres", of land Twelve-Weeks Short Course in Agriculture

> month's time, our friends who have north to totliome-seek Into tbe rock lu all directions, and Into prices. 34-tf near Kissimmee that will produce beginning November 2, specially -
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moved us will readily realize Jl.OOO) ) worth of vegetables every year. planned for busy farmers andprospective
among In the current issue the Gazette publishes the gape: thus formed tbe wares force
LIST with R. D. Waring We are offering it for sale at $25 an farmers. Tuition Free.Admmiiipn .
property
: why Kissimmee is called "The City of nine letters {from who their In time they will probably your
) people received way.
& Co. for quick sale at State bank acre. H. M. Breaker & Co. 28-tf i without examinations. No
n Gardens. I the Gazette during the week reduce tbe l Uluud to pieces.London I i building. 23-tf age limit. All white male citizens ,
i ._ FOR SALE- residence which cost
Globe. tell .
before. One brought three families -:-- -- eligible please your neighbors.
copy
: The Sanford"Herald has ended the $2,500; Kt-acre orange grove and ]1K(
COUPONS given cash For further information address J. J.
I to Kissimmee to settle. They had ,, With every purchase I acres fine timber land
I fronting on
a
i second> year of Its exiitenee.and during Th. Judge's Error. redeemable in dishes at A. S.Gilbert' '1 .Vernon Gainesville, Fla.
beautiful clear
been contemplating moving to Florida water lake, half mile
that time has done more to build qp "Give one verse of The _Star Spangled .. 25tf from railroad ,
and the Gazette settled the part of postoffice and school. ,
d and make prosperous the "Ct'lery'City" I Banner HOSIERY for men, women and chil- Price $6,000.) ) S! S. Griffin owner FOR SALE.
I Florida( they would move to. The-other "
r .' 'OIJ't do It, Judge. I Gotha. Fla.
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32-tf
thap'all other agencies combined. The I *I dren at reduced prices. Big Block to __ _
asked for further of descriptive cciDPtltii-
copies
eight from the
"Quote a passage and
of that town Editor select! front Call early get your
k owe Holly
... people AN intelligent $100
earn
.Jut-even "
literature, if another tlon. .size while they last. person. may Six-rourri\ house and 'half, block about
great big chunk of gratitude and the monthly corresponding for
t .JI. "/ off lib family should not be induced to move I "Too) many fer me." I :31-tf H. C. Stanford Co. No canvassing. Send newspapers for particular live blocks from the court house, on (
> belt they can him is to I
way pay //to KisBimmee as result of the ]( )(Jcopi..s "Tben I can't; naturalize you nay Press 1 i
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erally patronize the Herald. Kindwords i FOR choice I 5 acre suburban home *! Syndicate, nice corner ,plenty of room to buildthree ,
/ (but of course there will bet) the man. tracts, see Kissimmee Garden J. M. Lockport, N.Y. more IIOUHHH seven bearing
,/ are nice a* dessert, but it takesdollars "but 1 was born here, judge. I don'twaup ; orangetrees
county ha been more than repaid for Willson, Jr. 2 -tf
and ornamental Nice
< to buy white meat andy-rih. to be naturalized. I'm lifter a -- -- -- TIN: roofing, guttering pump workwe shrubbery.
i its 1000 subscriptions. bailiff's Job."-Kansas City Journal. FOR RENT-Several nice office roomsin t.Stl.... goods tools and men to place Ux-rijuy u good home.
1 The Record is not greedy nor is it Fraternity Hall. Apply to C W. do first! clans work. The Pioneer
We are in receipt of a copy of the - '
i i soliciting work for others but we litI Dann, Secretary. 2J-tf Plumbmg Shop. i'I-tf: '
New York Sun containing two-column Unkind. }'ood! five-room house and two anti

'o interview with Mrs. Minnie Moore- I lieve that if our commissioners will 'l'beKlud Lady-You clear off or I'll AN'TED.-.To exchange double-barrel 1 SEWING Machines Agency for Singer 'thrc-e-quurter acres of land inside the

: Wilson/ author of "The Seminoles of | subscribe for! 250 copies'each, of the set the-dog at you. breech-loading shotgun for a 'bicycle. I machines. Cash. )] or orr easy )payments. city limits facing a nice street: land
four Polk county for three The Tramp' Ah, 'ow deceptive Is Address box (i!97, city. 29tf 3.0: ) month Machines rented;
' xt, ,'. Florida."' A paper with the standing papers -- --- Home all good, level, rich soil; in line state of
months it would in much 'umao' natur'. Per two n;f'aU\ 1're The Store 2].tf
that result
;'i.. ....';ti"{ of the Sun rarely,devotes two column] ; j FOR SALE at a HarK .in- sawmill 5,000 (cultivation will grow best of vegeta .
; ": good. We have more than 250 letters 'slept 'In your( barn, eaten of yer poultry feet capacity-and timber. Apply to .
: i ; {'jg'I r :. of its space to -subject unless it i is of: MUCK land near t' Kissimmee'on which bl"II-"thr..e or more crops per y..ar;
., .i'' w from northern inquirers wishing fnfor- an drunk-of yer elder, and now : S.. S. Griffin, Gotha. Fla. 29-tf
f i _. .._ _. good deepwvll nice flowers and vines
ftjt' national importance,and Mrs Willson yes treats me a* an utter -..traDger.Lon .- ----' _-- --- i flowing( wells carl he obtained Is bringing -,,i, ; ,!) j
,; ji1fl.! ". i il to be congratulated that she was m'ation about Polk county' but to answer QD Sketch: . .. : FOR'' bargains in resident' property''' from $100 108'200< per-acre 1 can, some pretty. shade and in all a'd lira. ""

.;.. . shown this distinction, for it i il evidence each: of these letterspersonally, v yulJ . I truck lands and orange groves call on i j' sell you the same' kind of land for J25 .ble home. Price* .$2,009.! Owner ha* t ".'"I'\r .1,:.. ,
7 I M. Kiammmee.. Fla. 4-tf an acre.. H. M, Hreaker.:& Co '28-tf e. .; that her book is regarded as one of extraordinary cost in stamps stationery and time: I II Th. Sphinx. Ht Breaker. I ___ __ __ '.' __ .-;-. .- ___ ____ two boys and owns ten. acres in another >t"r.'{ ,r. r.

,; i .' merit and that she ranks I considerable money_ which we don'tfeel "What was the riddle of the FLORIDA Schools] for Florida Teach- FOR SALE Learn to be an operator. place, 1tn+l-wiU ell. the smaller place of' "

with the noted author of .the day. able to spare, and to send the paper sphinx I ers. Let me find you one for coming With a telegraph' instrument earn the two.
;" free is an expense we can not bear. "1 don't know; but judging by a term. Herbert A. Speir. MarIanna. the money easily. Telegrah.( inntru-
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Kissimmee i II moving to make its -Polk County Record: sphinx's facial expression. T (Jlon't bei i I Fla. 26 t Sept 1 inert with wire and alphabetfor -We hate two fine lot well located
lleve It was very funny."-Washington j i SPECIAL- Hosiery-Sale now on at H. 1 S2.00.! / Apply to Bradley Hans. und\ very desirable. near the "renter of
with that of
Sunday observance square Jndulging. Qcnlus. iI KiHBimmee Kla., .
a Star. I IThe. I C. Stanford Co.'s. Reduction of 25 town frynting-on two_streets fifty feet
'';''314;, Orlando so that the only things that Our accentors were more Indulgent''|'I II I I per cent. from regular price while I WHEN- -- -visiting--St.-Cloud- -our---Kissim-- - wide; will make an excellent locationfor

} can be bought on Sunday will be and respectful to the eccentricities of I Fr.noh Derby.Grand they last._31-tf mee friends are invited to make their a good business stand. Price $2.250;

l : '" drug and medicines. People who men of cel u. than if the present generaUon. j Prix la tbename of a famous OFFICE fixtures filing cabinets and I headquarter .with-the St. Cloud Drug terms if desired.

f want cigars and sodawater and ice Byrtm) waR accepted ana ''j horse race for a purse of 100.00O franc labor saving devices of all kinds. Co. All the popular drinks can be

? cream and candy and newspaper Uantly tolerated when he cLose to pa-I'I Ito annually run at Longchamps, near Yawman & Erbe make. See Prentis I had at our the best soda fount, and our ice good We rooming have fine house location clone for in building-and in a I
cream is that can be made. ,
,('1' .. on Sunday will have to lay in their moody alienee throughout a dinner Paris, In June of each year. It Is also at the Home Store._---- I desirable part of the towp, and no better i J

; ,. '" supplies on Saturday night. Sound a party jlveo In hli honor, cowling contemptuously I styled the French Derby and mark WHO saidwe cannot supply cheap 1 THE person who buys the 4,000-acre investment can be made than build .

4 trifle phariiaicaL There is neither sin at the delicious food before the close of the xj aeason since Immediately bath tubs? We can set up a tub with I tract of muck and hammock land one ing a good rooming, house and operating "
t' in smoking and taking light him while ha I lead trap for S18. Our guaranteed and a quarter miles from Kissimmee it. s -
v .nor wrong sipped vinegar and after its occurrence tbe fashionable I
r I those sold at $20 acre1 will double his
. goods are he.pertban per moneyin
,? "t refreshment it follow munched a cracker. I
on Sunday, and world of Part for its
- I prepares either in Sanford or Orlando. "Live twelve months. Write H. M. -
T'f' t':_1 there can be nothing wrong in serving i Large desk blotter lUe at departure to the country. or the tea and Let Live." Pioneer Plumbing I Breaker & Co., KJssimmee) Fla., and Nelson Realty Company. j'
;/2 them.;-Tampa Time fi<*. thlsuofI, 'Ihre. Shop. 36-lt they will 'tell you al! about it. a aw


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

to the who will little and a little intelligent labor Jt.
give generously man expend a energy on ... j .
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,:Vi'i'' : Where OJi earth; can a man find an ideal climate, such as we have in the Kissimmee Valley, in combination I

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: And then think of living in a climate where malaria and heat prostrafions are unknown, and where

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

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


fj COME TO FLORIDA AND. BUY INDEPENDENCE AND THE JOY OF LIFE FOR $400,00, $20 down

Y -- and $20 per month. You will get TWENTY ACRES OF FLORIDA SOIL AND FLORIDA CLIMATE INTO )

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the KlsslmmeaValieu.Gazette Hon. W. i Sean, wife and son and :A foreign,gentleman' with a cargo of A Very pleasant event of the. weekl .
;. >Miss Sue W taou returned on Monday sponges endeavored to ...1.U\ same waa the social given at the PROHIBITIONWhisky ; I'

TKLKPMONsT NO. It night front. .blo Beach, where they without first securing a license. He Mr. and Mrs. J., T. Mitchell Tuesday; HappeningsHIMMIL.DStss
: have ,pleasantly pent. the past two tried to explain to Marshal McFKatterthat evening About thirty young people -
weeks. '' he was a diver tor sponges, but were present and garnet .were enjoyed Mars the and '
1r PtBL1SJlED EVERY FRIDAY the marshal convinced him that it untila late hour when delightful re Peace DestroysLife
; __ Mrs; Thomas Van Dozer and Mrs. J. would be more to his advantage to dive freshments-were served An interestIng aifa fjroperty. "'tnT IWtt.JlI. . -

BT- .McPhatter will be the hostesses at the for the next train out of town. literary propram was, furnished by ..
i w.'Weather., 8. NARRI. Talent Tea to be givenat the.Matter Misses Mae Graves, Eloise Moonand When the great day of Hhi wrath has '

: lad,'.'residence on..'ext. Friday .after We are .more than pleased 'to announce Louise Thomason. Yellow arid white come, who will be able to stand? God .. Aileen Moon, who has been attending -,

; that Ethel, the little daughterof the Epworth League colors, predom savi look wine Colombia university, returned
not the when It Is
noon.Mr. !dr, and Mrs. L. M.'Marsh:: who has inated throughout the. parlors Those upon Friday night accompanied by Miss;
L.AA.. StefTey, traveling,representative red and. giveth iu color in the. YCf
Report been dangerously ill for the past three assisting Mrs Mitchell receiving were cup. Mary Louise: Maklnsorv 1'
who baa been
iirthe ;.
cf the Tampa Times, was .and Misses Virginia Tiller look forward with
weeks?, is considerably improved, Mae Graves and. ; anticipated Joy to the&iof
citf\Iuesday In the interest of that unless unforeseen complications arise] Gena Moon.. spending. come time in New York
3BBBOB November as day emblematical Pi
this _.
excellent and paid pffie ,
\t publication, she will be.out again in the course. *
Following are the daily tem- <, a fraternal call. of ten days. Messrs.A., -A. D. StOne and C". C. Rob- of the morning of' the great millenlal Last Wednesday night a jolly .crowd:

r jjeratures; and precipitation. It I is learned that Mr., A. .,S. Gilbert..1 I erson were two of a'party who came day, when., the people of Florida, the of boys,and !girls enjoyed moonlights

1 | *r rejSwted by the Government has contracted with Mr. B. IMckerson 1 '!. Mr. Howard M Cool, one of our regular from Morrison, Ilia.,' to our town last Land of Flowers, will, by their.votes ride on the handsome launch of Capt.: ,
r at'Kisslmme for tbei" building 6n' .winter visitors, reached the city on i Thursday to Investigate the truthful- say to the saloon keepers"Away; with *
l for concrete
'i f! station a two-story Falls Pa. and 1 Leslie Minx. Those present were
of the
Tuesday from Beaver ness stories the Valley Gazette
"Mr. :;.
week ending August. 26, 1910: the efte'bf the grocery store of will remain -acre some Ume looking has been printing about this wonderful the Intoxicating beverage that mar Misses Berta Bryan,' Catherine Burns,; 1
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\ W. Gnflin on Main .treet.r.. after his father' extensive interests at I country, and after looking the ground the peace and, destroys life. and property Kate O'Berry' Cathleen Peacock: Grace '

r f. ': 1 AX HIM. SAINFriday. Architects are preparing pans and Steer Beach, on 'the...ast m..shors of over-'pretty thoroughly.bought 1620 debases and brings to ruin many Jolly; Margery Bell, Bearden Rachel .
1 96 72 . for a fine new M.. E. Lake Tohopekaliga, about seven mile acne of land in the'rKiMimnnee\ Valley homes up' it I '
. . . . specifications happy end-shuts ; as were, Leake, Mam* Prather Elms Smith!,
constructionof from Kissimmee. from the Hunter Land Co.' Mr. Stone : ,
the
church Jit Kisslmmee I
.. |Saturday94 72 2.00 which is to cost ,the 'congregation called, at this office to pay his complif In dark despair the very stars of heaven. Susie Dale, .Aileen Moon,. Eloise Moon, .

j I Sunday. . ..... .89-72 .10 916.000.-South Florida Sentinel. Judge Wm. Riffin, of Galena, Ills menU to the editor and to say that the ." Again, the Word of God says, Eugenia Moon, Gracie Nelson, Kate .

.Monday . . . 92 72 arrived in Kissimmee- Wednesday 'Valley Gazette was the cause of his VCursed is he that put.teth.tbe bottleto Slaymaker, Eleanor Van Dusor, Ruby,,
Professor K, M. Evans, principal ofOsceolaliigh for-the purpose of locating a place to coming here, and that he found con. "
. . . 86 72 .16 his brother' lips. Voters, think "
tTuetld.y. school, states that the pass.the remainder of his time,and expressed much better than they had been pictured Ellis"! Marrietta Phann; Ne..... Smith,

:'Wednesday. r' >89 71 .40 fall term will open on the 12th of September himself as highly pleated with in this paper Ha stated that our I and consider this sentence. You may Mtfon,. Jarrell, Prather. Katz, Cole, 1'l'

Thursday : . 89 73 . . and that the largest enrollmentin .I our town, and stated that he would county commissioner were doing a wise no.t put it there with you hands, but let Butler McLean, Bearden; Van Duior, ,

the history of theechool expected.The more than likely purchase property and ..t.hlng.ln subscribing for and ma ling me ask, will you put it there by your Maklnson, Gilbert, Childress, Murphy,
. make his permanent home among us. out one thousand copies weekly of the
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.u business house vote in Ae face of God' wrath. with a Dusenberry Parker
two-story brick Valley Gazette, and that if they would ,
-- on. North Main street in the course of Contractor Frank Baas/dbegan this Nnfreue that number to five thousand, curse proclaimed against youT God -

construction for Mr. C. W. Griffin will week: the construction of a ve-room the returns to our county {in theshape forbid. Miss Katherine Burns Is visiting he
be ready for occupancy by October let, bungalo on the clay road in NowiyXJs- of. new settlers would be one '
THE LOCAL flELD. i says Contractor Frank Bass. simmee for,Mr. E. L. Lesley\ andf saws' hundred for every one dollar so spent." Not more. than a year ago I. waa in friend Bertha Bryan."-

returned It will beready for occupVicy Bytheloth Mr. Stone further stated that his entire Tampa, and there I saw a lady enter a \ -
'City Marshal McPhatter at of Octooer. That section of our party were highly pleased with this saloon, where all the devices of bell Itself ' Mr., and Mrs. WalterJNelaon have re-'

Saturday from a stay of ten his .days absence town is but ding up rapidly, and now section, and that it was their intentionto ) were being carried on, to save her turned borne after a visit JLo Wichita,
--- """' Green Springs. During contains some. of the handsomest houses induce others in Illinois to return .
bud '
husband his week's
in the capacityof ILnd'po sibiy, -
Mr. W. W. Bell acted Kansas
In the city.: here witb them in the fallMarsicanoRogero.
Miss Mary Hull of Miami Is visiting'. chief peace officer of the city. . p. earnings, but the latter was all gone
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her cousin, Mr. J. H. Smith. Mr. John M. Lee, general manager except forty cents. Her earnest efforts Mr.; James C"-'O;;:- ; Jacksonville, ,

Geo. Van O. Blenis, of Pontiac, 111.., of the Lee-Parsons extensive orange w. in this week visit to hit''
J. Graves and Mra. C. W. Mr. and Mrs.' showed she cared not so much for the town on a
Mrs.
is visiting his parents
at Southport .
Dann spent Tuesday In Orlando. D. he and D. R. Blenis states and grapefruit that a good grove crop will be obtained, A very pretty wedding occurred in money, but to save the one she loved, father. (

Dr. II. M.. M. fcreaker IS moving into have bout property on Broadwayand there this year, but that the Lee Bros. Kissimmee Sunday when Miss Sarah, the man to Whom she had made a aur- ; : two' ,
his new house in Went Klsaimmee.Mis will build two or. three bungalos and Katz groves on the eastern shore daughter of Mr. and Mrs. N. Rogero, render'o her life apd happiness. At Mrs. "H. C. Stanford with her ,

i this fall. I of Lake Tohopekaliga will yield only"a became the wife of Mr. R. V. Marsi- length she got him out, and poorly cladas daughters left Monday, for .

Catherine of Mr.Burns and, of Mrs Lough N.man C., Advices: from the bedside of Mrs. small per cent of what- they did last cano, of Tampa. The impressive' cere- she was and possibly without bread Beach .Coronado

in the guest Elmer Sharp, who has been quite ill for season.! mony was performed by Rev. Father ,' she took him to their humble home to ---
Bryan. weeks are that the is : thecities' are all right .
the past two J. D. Alexander and his cousin, M. Fox: of Orlando. shield him from the clutches of the law. The.papers -
of Lakeland, spent improvingand will be out of danger'ina if want them but that
remember ;
Mr. M. Waring, land you ,
operatorsfrom \
Wednesday in town transacting business I- few days unless new complicationsshould D. Alexander: heavy their At 4:30: p.m. the guests assembled, Can you imagine for one moment the it is home that advertise
Kansas, are here visiting your own papers
misery .of 'a lady who 'has left a good
-. arise. and prominent people of both Tampa and
c A. S. Nelson
fellow townsman, churches
your : your schools} your\ "
colonization Kissimmee being present. Entering to home, perhaps, and the love and care
Woodall one of our pop- negotiating for .a propIWltlon
Mr. W. C. Gilbert, local passengeragent Miss Mamie various societies, your entertainment
I is for immediate action. We the strains of of parents and out to share sucha
Saturday from a tour ular high school teachers, spending a the wedding march came gone
returned for the benefit arid enterprises of
i public
of their
West. few weeks .at Daytona and Coronado neartily welcome energetic men the bride in regulation veil and orange miserable fate as this? ,
of
the tile
predict abundant all sorts for public good. It is the
but will return in time to assume type to our country'and
i Beach,
blossoms, her white silk dress' train The mission of Saviour earth
j Mr. Jeo. N. Saunders, the boat her duties when the fall term I success to follow their earnest our on local paper that write. up wedding festivities ;
builder, is engaged in repairing Capt. opens. endeavors.Mr. supported by a page, and followed by waa to save, the lost, and one of His and all kinds of social functions

Ross Graves' vacht. the bridesmaid, her prepossessing sister greatest commands to the people was
W. A. McLaughlin, an old: res- down from At- as well' as obituaries of the dead, mentions -
Mr. Ed. Turner came Miss Rosa, attired in a pink"gown.. to love your neighbors as yourself. The
W. L. Van Duzor and daughter, ident of our town, but who i is now lanta last week to attend to some business the thousand and one 'items in
Mrs. of Mr. Marsicano, a brother of the fulfilling of this means do them all the I
Miss Eleanor, of Orlando, are visiting located in Tampa, spent a couple matters and carry back the effects which you are interested during the year
week. here this week greeting his many J. T. Turner, who groom, was best man good you can and no ,harm, Now, will
friends in the city this dar: of his brother! Capt. (. and do not find in the city: dai II ea,-Ex. .
friends and paid this office a most i is sick with tuberculosis in that city. A collation was served aster the mar- you, in the face of this command, cast '
Mrs. C. L. Bandy ;accompanied by pleasant ca'.l.! Captain Turner has for years been conductor the friends for Christ'
: riage, Tampa leaving a vote to destroy those whom Things must be coming pretty smoothfor
Mrs. Ma rial) Gilbert, left on Mondayfor the, Midland Railway, and
on
a short visit to friends in Georgia.Mr. Col. P. A. Vans Agnew has so far has a host of friends here who will be home at 8.30. died to save, or will you by your vote the editor of the St. Lucie Tribunehe

recovered from his late illness as attendto to be pained to hear of his condition. The young couple left at 12.30 for help to save some poor, helpless womanor has just purchased 'a piano for his
Jacksonville, and
of
James Carson, able to resume his practice
Jacksonville on their after child from life of .and destruction
honeymoon, misery -
is thejweek in this city with other business matters and left for a seven-year-old daughter. A music box:
spending
his parents, Mr!!. and Mrs. C. A. Carson. Jacksonville on Tuesday where he will Evidently Mr. Lloyd Prather ideas and Mr.of which they will proceed to Tampa, for which God will place a I for the girls and a jewsbarp for the

Moon has returned from remain for a few days, returning here Clyde distance Nelson, or their have very thoughts poor were absorbed making their home on Henderson? ave- star ill your crown in eternity May' boys are all we can afford over here.
Miss Aileen tomorrow. nue. A reception from friends of the we judge by vote. There is
where sunset on you your
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Columbia University, New York.- with glorious :yesterday '
she has been studying for some time. The Nelson Realty Co. sold an orange afternoon for they attemptedto groom awaits them there. One that judgeth all men. A. L. H. Old papers for sale at thi. office.. .

grove near Sanford. to Mr. H. H. Cleaver pass with their autos on North Main ... .
Mr. A. Bell left Sunday for Tampa of near Hannibal, Mo., last week, street in a fcpbce jiat j about large! -- -- I ,

ty join his wife and baby, and together and Mr. Cleaver thinks of buying aj enough for one to perform, with the
they will spend a week in the Manatee home near Kmsimmee and bringing his result that each machine now has only ,I
Section. family here to enjoy our delightful three wheels, an 1 lithe .auto doctor i is

, J '. climate. I launhing-injm sleeve over the fat fee \.
' Misses Bertha Bryan and Katherine that will be liv. .
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Hume were responsible for the delightful It is with pt-ide that we call attentionto ,

week.) house party' given at Loughman' last advertising the fine work the "Valley of Mies Gazette Grace Jolly contestto in Mr. .I.the wrence artesian McCallietrr well-boring: has outfit purchased Jir ![8 ![ m'JlEIm PA\JI JI

the extent of receiving a Hubecrip-' from Mr. A. A. Loll, and will in future
Miss Marie Louise Makinson returnedthis tion from the Philippine l Islands. Who operate it in this section. Mr. McCal- p .
week from Havre de Gras Mary- will beat this next week? lister is one of the most successful well ,

land, where she has been visiting drillers in the state, and some of the

relatives.Mr. The Christian church, will resume best wells in this section were sunk by

VanDuzer arrived here meetings on Thursday-evening, him,among which is the famous 4-inch I
Victor on a visit to grayer er :Jrd, at 7.30 subject: "Whatis well at Park Garden that is only 185!, I, !'
from Loughman Sunday
and Mrs. Thomas Prayer." Mrs. Breaker will lead. feet and flows 170 gallons a minute.:
Mr.
his, parents,
All members are urgently requested to '
VanDuzer be present. The public. cordially in Little Miss Mabelle .Fountain celebrated .

., Contractor M. Kelley and his estimable vited.! I, her fourth birthday last Satur- .' . '.' HAS .
wife returned on Tuesday from a mile. day afternoon and twenty little play- 1 " 'L" ," ,,: : .. :', ., : }.. :I. I' :" rj"1
"j.i' the great cities .of A small boy, not a thousand. after being joyously entertained ''}'t' ". '" '. '. .' ,.' .11' \. ' '.
( visit to mates : '
','' two weeks from Kissimmee, by the way, stood by , with delicious luncheon, .' ,,'.. .. ) \ ,"' Wi li'' ;'' \ ,. 'r !/,', ;:, ... ..... .., ','"' ,'.I'I'. 1,1f'))1 ; (!:ffii4ff") \ ...
and served ;
,the. East., *, t listening tp a rather warm discussion .a celebrations "f '.'"' l\\ \ ( II! "..}. f..11J ,, 'J ,' , ". : I 'Vi" ,r '
wished Mabelle 'many happy .
Mr. W. M. Hutson' came down Friday --between his parents. At the first lull as the milestones of life markedthe Combined Advantages: /'
evening from St. Augustine and in the dispute the little fellow solemnly fleeting years. Little .Mabelle is >
who are announced<< .l. "I) bet no other woman
spent Sunday with his family is one of the con e6tant in the popu- <
visiting Mrs. Kochf>ndeder. -f* (would marry pa. larity contest and will be the recipientof /

Mr. A. J. Wludden, of Arbuckle was I one of the many prizes offered by that are as attractive -
Lee JarreII and C. M. Moon / ,.
Messrs. at the Univer- in town transacting business and paid the Valley Gazette. .1 I i
their studies
will resume this office a pleasant call. Mr. Whid- I to theHOMESEEKER
eitd of Florida, at Gainesville, the last den is one of largest cattle ownersin l Capt. Harry Van Vleeck, who baa. / h

j of the month. Florida, and says that the stock- been in charge for several years of the .,

Stanford and child are at raisers of this state are reaping a houseboat that lies at the city dock the f. ;
Mrs. H. C.
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harvest this major portion of the year, and who
where they year.
Coronado Daytona,
Beach
steamboat
widely known men,
among .
j will remain until the opening of the The fame of our town has certainly was taken to Plant City on Saturday t. .

fall term of school. traveled far, and is attracting attention night suffering from a combination of ,

Mr. E. G. Vane Agnew spend the day from all quarters, for Capt. Geo. N. troubles that are likely to end fa tall v. as location be -
Orlando Wednesday transacting business Saunders received a package of paperson ; The Captain's health began failing him any /

I. in returning! to KIssimmee on the Wednesday from Providence, R. 1"on'the three years agb, and although he haa found in" the State. V ..
train. wrapper of which was written, used every remedy; known, he has
t afternoon "Watch it growl Hear it crow!" gradually worse, and it is feared that < .
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Mr. N.-C. Bryan has caught the "fix his end is near .
and repair" fever, and is having his The new cement sidewalk has been ,.. .,-.
residence in South Kissimmee repaired completed In front of John Seaman's Last Friday, in the negro section of i*"". '
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and Ingram'a livery stable St. Cloud two ot Ham concleved 'r9p4 ..R',
1 and reshingled.Col. new building ,. Bon i ; .
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J. W. Lilly and wife returned to of p destrians as well as to the tent, and engaged in some pretty long ,.. . " .
j the city on Wednesday from Latonia, beauty of that new block of handsome and loud talk regarding! ; the matter. '

Ky., where they have been. spending brick and concrete buildings. each claiming to be the landlord of that I
the past three months. particular household, and, as usual in
{ County Commissioner E. I.. D. Over. all such' cases, decided to settle the '
:, Miss Gena Moon will\ not be eclipsed street, wife and daughter, Annie, left matter with shotguns. Result: one Our.Book Tells .....
totally and you had better get a hustle Saturday for White Springs for an in- nigger dead, two suspects in jail, and '
t,_ on you, for it is whispered she has Definite stay. Mrs. Overstreet has the sheriff on the hunt for two more. i iI '. .'-- 4-

," something coming lure.S suffered for some time from rheumatism, | Just so. long as negroes are permittedto I
and Overstreet carried her therein I own fire arms, just that long! will ,
Sheriff Prevatt left Sunday for Ti. that the waters might benefit : other
b hope bad negroes"blink the lights of
4. with four prisoners, and on hisway I
tusvllle
4 her. bad negroes, and once In a while will
home picked up a colored party | be the means of a pretty fair nigger .... ,
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wanted, in Kissimmee. Mr. H, Edmond Swabey has returned this mundane sphere. About
quitting
from the east coast-where he has beenon .
Mr. E. G. Vans Agnew, formerly business and pleasure bent. The the easiest way to stop this promiscuous .' .,.._.. ,
connected with the O. W. L. Co., was business of the Pioneer Plumbing Shop I killing among: negroeo is to hang I e ;J '
of them convicted of murder. j .
from Kill immee.O' .- every one ) ------ y+ ,e.
in thecity Saturday - hag been in full charge of Mr. F. M. i I 1, ..! ...
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South Florida Benjamin during Mr. Swabey's absence I ._ .
Rev. G. W of the -
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thick ; Hardaway St.I *
and orders are coming in 7ft
Capt. Frank.Tatman arrived with a i Louis Presbtry, i is in the city repre-

load of filth from Rosalie and fifty bAr- and fast. senting the American Bible Society. KISSIMMEE: VALLEY .. \ :
rels spirits turpentine from A. It. Cov- Mr. S. D. Ferris has so far recovered: This society which is now in the 94th:

ington & Co. on Tue dday. from the injuries' he sustained three 1 year of its operation with an expanding
weeks ago/ by the wall of a house he | work, reaching to all parts of the I 'J f
Miss Callie Sullivan ef the East Lake was wrecking falling on him, as to be world, wishes the public to know that ".
community stopped' over here on her out on the streets. At the time of the its work is largely of a missionary
way to Winter I ark tovisit the family accident it was thought Mr. Ferris' in- character, that it supplies tbe bible in LAND COMPANY

of her uncle, Philip Jtedditt.t juries would prove fatal, but good doc a great variety of forms and at such

has toring and nursing brought him round, pnces as to place it within the, reach of
( Mr. Lawrence McCallister just
KisBimmee and we are glad to say be bids fair to be all classes. Prices of bibles range from
well In
I Yprnpleted, borjnK a obtained 2-inch alow/ of- as well as ever in a few weeks. 17c to 12.25; prices of testament from5c I J. E. MATTOCKS .
Parkand
to SI.25, and portions of the testament /
.about twelve gallons a minute. Mr. Ernest J. Keene, after a five from 2c to 16c. The work i n sustained Manager .//

Mrs J. p..jJrdanisonaviait to our months residence in the southern part principally by gifts and any one I .
from St. Petersburg, and contemplates of this county, during which time he who may desire to help the cause can J.
town
t building a residence and making was a member of the party that surveyed do BO either by the purchase: of bibles! /
(. the hundred-thousand-acre tract direct contribution of
his home. or by a money, .
KiBBimm permanent |-of prairie land for the Hunter Land or by a subscription to its magazine : Kiss tttmee Florida ,

-, ". > Capt. L. E. Minx made port here Co., returned to the city on Tuesday. called the Society Record, uublishedonce ,,
.":It from Fort Myers with his handsome Ernest speaks' in glowing terms of the a month, at thirty cents a year.!
sixty-tood vessel the "Acella" twhich future of that portion of our county, -The quarters of Rev. Mr. Hardawayare \ .
goes into commission on the run be- especially of Bassinger, and says that dn the street in rear of the public
Jj' tween Kissimmee and Hassinger in the little town has the best and most hospitable schodJ building, near the Presbyterian ..

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REO BREAKS RECORDNew To Thread. a Hair Through a W.fnut.
tOt To I>UBB, a hair through a walnut :
r without !boring a bole seems an i 10-

:' E. L; LESLEY COMPANYFULL York to San Francisco-What possibility. The but bull the of font the bas walujit ofteu when been I I I40ne Ideal FertilizersCheapest

This Means to You. "
examined with a titrpog gloss \la teen '

,$3T- CLOUD .- :... r LA': The previous' record was fifUf days, some to have ot lanunierablo which lead entirely'uuall' openings through, : .

", \." ,,.i: .' ; .. --........-. ) , two hours, and It was .a good.one, It the nut The: trick"consists In ''usIng avery With.QiJr
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" ':1"//') .5 long I the fertilizer :
< ., ,: : haa stood three years in spite of many 5 experience on markets for materials In all. :, .. i.. ,
+ FULL LINE ,OP -i fine, hair and 'an Infinite on,onut parts' of the world and ample capital to buy in 'gretyt quantity .:"
efforts to break it, for the speed required -
r1 of Pass the hair Into of
patience. one at most favorable tjmen and to obtain all concessions given 'for
GENERAL HARDWARE I overall sorts of roads and much'* tho>tc minute ('r.'kUlld urge It Ron strirtly. cashtales.. \\P buy ou-r'mat<-rials at lowest posxihlp J price*.

1...., ".."I.a.. Furnltnr" .I..II.! and VarUNbe. aia++ara uroskry .of the wa\ nothing but 'lresert[ Track tly alouK tNomctlmoa It will appear on Two. of the. lending railroads. have laid tlicir tracks to mir Factory and
. .and. BKtie. Fall LI a. .l Oenti' FurnUh inKK. Hat-t make the trip the severest 1I'coI'rat'l the other side (It the flr..t trial, but ft itny ship that can cross the-. :St.; Johns Bar "can unload at our dork.owhther ,.''
aad Cs. ladles'. H.... test of endurance. it comes out at (he liuiulred and first ( we hug at homeor aljrnail wi swurj* the.. lowest freightrate. '
1 and delivery IK miule at our d."r.|.
I But at last the fteo tried it and I you will be- very, lurky - I Our factor it i-'nuppcil throughout with l labor-saving ,dcvieee, thc-rc-, I
tfft OttAIN, FEED AND FERTILIZERS smashed the record,all to piee.--beat 1 fertilizer is handled minimum cont.
. Th. Educated Chinaman.To : Our trade is so immense thaUour ollicp expenses. are much lens. ''fitr
it by four days and eleven hours --and I the ordinary Chinaman ono talks I ton than lapossiblc in a smaller business.. Our ever' ,_condition is.
k e ,P. Grecerv- Located (on N. Y. Ave., :z doors from St. Cloud Hotel beat It fairly and squarely.The pigeon English, but It Is not always favorable for-eronomy and we give you the tM>,nfit.. While we
t Hardware Store Penn. Ave., near 11th St. trip was announced in the papers i I i possible to know who. la an ordinary I make the BEST we can and DO Hell the CHEAPEST

tea 4a..tA. .for FULLER S JOHN;.N Chinaman. I was once in Shanghai
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lull PRICES ARE LOWEST ahead of time so that any one., who on our local agent
TJ Farm I
Pump E.als.
and saw two English 'sailor* who ,
wanted to, ''could see the start Monday' 1
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5 wanted to be directed to the quay WATEICS. GliOCEKY CO.: ,
; F"t.T'e.Jo.rJT"t.T'e.E::: : morning, August 8, at one minute past One of them said "Here, ask that old or addrnsa

,l' CASH OR INSTALLMENTS twelve. At every point of the trip the I chink walking along; there." Co the I !

._, arrival of the Ito was checked by men other went up to a sTstety:; looking Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Co.
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;;-J - well known in the community who were I Chinaman and said "III. Johnnie, you I JacSiIIC': :
Fag Av.tctwcta' leUI ..411111 Preoipt Deliveries not interested in the Reo, and l these tellee me chop-chop which way velly j
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T ; -" board-nothing to hide. If the Keo had I i,",.ou will speak to me in proper English -

gone back and tried over again-over i I I will answer yon."-lx>ndon Mall. .
PLUMBING AND STEAM fiTTING
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1ST.CONTRACTOR
Th. Devil's Kn.ll. BASS
open so that everybody could verify
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L.. B. CRISSMAN facts.: 1 I bury, Yorkshire EOJlaD4a l one 1
it wasn't Reo
But necessary. The I known as "Black Tom of Boot bill."
S } S WITH has the stuff that stands. every test. which was presented to the church In I and BUILDER I

Osceola Hardware. C.. It has the power and the strength, and ,, expiation of a murder. "Black Tom"
it has the construction. that permits full i j i Is always rung on Christmas eve Its '
Tarty Years Experience in Large Northern Cities. use of power over all sorts of roads- solemn tolling u U strikes the first tap Does Genera G.ontactiDg and Building and Furnishes Esti-

+ .,..........--Oitly-F-irst-c.lass."Workmen: .Employed. even deserts\ without any roadu. '({:I at exactly midnight la known all over mates on Structures of an size or Dimensions, whether
". Windmill and Pump Material t The Keo has the stuff in it! and its 1 Yorkshire ns'The "deTtr- knoll." It being it be-aVwo-Room-Gottage I or a Tourist Hotel. ."
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__ _PHONE 8S Always on Hand. KISSIMNIEETAMPA J that the Reo. light weight though it is, born the devil 4 led. Makes a Specialty of boring ARTESIAN WELLS '

j has the mighty; strength of a lion. This I in which he has met with the greatest success
' Horn of the Chinchilla.The of
record that the Reo will do what any man iri Florida.
proves aO
"ft, I chinchilla little animal the I 1
** ;you or any one else want it to do any size of a squirrel. Is met with only In I
I where at any time. -It's just one more the Andes of Bolivia. Ecuador. Peru Give him your work and e.e.KISSII71'mee'
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$115' will be well l and quickly a.
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: ., AND RETURN proof jjct-lhere-and- and northern Chile and Is never found "
ability. under a heIght/ of 9,000 or 10,000 feet

G --VIA- j The car that made the previous record The Indians are eager trappers and .
,was $4.tH.Of( The Reo that beat it is. hunters of It for Us fine far. The ++4+++++4++++1++++l++++++++++++++ +++++++++, ++++_ _
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ATLANTIC COAST LINEr 1|I'a i lonly The$1,250.1.10.car that' made the run in here.35-2t I'made up to the Into towns small, packages whence they for dispatch are- THE CASH STORE 1 I

shipped abroad.
TUESDAY AUG. 30th -- t I i iI J
Notice Of Two Evil. First
I hat ruined. i Door North of Postoffice
lle-Yu're( getting your ,
, Notice.is hereby given that the registration SheA-Well It'. an old hat, and I ado .at.........
:, Tickets Limited to Date of Sale books will be open) at my placeof hate to wet my new umbrella. There will i
a? business trom 9 a. m. to 12 m., and \ _. I you find SHOES, HATS,
Special train will leave Kisslmmeo at 8.04 A. M. from 2 p. m. to I 5 p. m. daily, from GOOD AND i iIt
DRY NOTIONS
4' : \ Returning: Leave Tampa 6.00 P. M. August 1st. until and including October : Corrugated Galvanlz'd Roofing $ all of best

8th; and in the various election precincts quality and\] 'lowest prices. ...
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W. C. GILBERT write to u forprtce ber 8th. Time and place will be desigI Hardware that you may want.Hillsborough I
Ticket Agent, Kisiimmee. I Call Before
Buying
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I nated by District Registration Officers. Hardware Co.11I4.lIt .
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S The Graystone Auto.' Garage.I Of the Churches-arid Fraternal}! .Societies J..eel.l.tuN_. .,' 1_..., tinder. tbs kennethD.Butto'I< 1

If Kissimmee. N i i. : i ,,' Revolution*; prop. ..ID.Olllead. '
-AQCNOY FOR Constitution of tbs StaM of P'I_ .
.40' were agreed ta by 0 '*ot. of '
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-, CHURCHES.., S rlave. I all the member elected to each BA.RLBER SHOP
if ; votw aI.ld'ot.' Reealuiltsne ,

.. BUICK GA ..AND i i BAPTIST.' may: > : upon nays thereon their rMPScdr and .tho Drinks K Cl
OVERLAND have lourD.\\
Bunyan Stephens' pastor. 5 .. tbs the said Joint .
I -HUDSON! rSTEA'M CAR "> Sunday School.45 a. mN.. C. Bryan the some land ; > to the electorS., oTth Rtal4.. the, 1: : :'I. .

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hlnE.ll.. m':, Vjtals. the ....I. of Florida, do hereby ".
!Prayerineetlng 7.45 Thursday evening. S If a O.ner.llCIeotivu will be held ,;,
: : Supplies, Repairs.and, Accessories .S'If, JJ.Y-B-;; 7,-Friday evening. with no ,ib Floridon Tueadsf next .tuo- '
S A "'" Mood* la >embnr, A. HENRY .t
Viiiters: always w,Jcome.. lazy. I :.TV BASS
AMPLE GARAGE S I of those | Tu..d., being tbs elihthclay D'I
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<. 'PRESB'TERIAR. 1 Revolutions pronoHlna mend- S 2 'v"
bar or Constitution of tho Unto. of 'lor- ,,
S. S. Snyder tor, You Staple and Fancy "'Groceries :

Sunday School '.45 '*,' .m.-Geo. F. ty >ut -- e, .

Parker, superintendent. eaay to ; RESOLUTION.!: Proposing .. '
Christian Endeavor 6.30 p. tn. free! \ toOkftlole XIX of th. Conntltlon AND COUNTRY'PRODUCE:: r
without of Flurjil,.Relating the Mano- r. .
The BULL BASS MARKET Preaching {everysecond and. fourth '
Kale, or Other Disposal' l, o' Intox-. .
Sunday at )1 a.: mt and 7:30: p. m. disease; ..or Bev ...(.... KISSIMMEE, 'FLORIDAFHONE -1

Prayer meeting and choir .practice by.the U-Kivlaturti of tbs Htatcof.I '
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Fresh 'Flor lu all kinds. Visitors most cordially' invited to all Dt.the t. be read. sod.. follows the same: I* hereby F. H. ,

and Western mlAloof s J1. -,* (enrices Swllon I. The iitanuftatur JBNK.IN. t
disease. .
CHRISTIAN. the beverical* whethjr spirItuous, 1" ;
POULTRY EGGS. FRESH FISH ita etre : '.... hereby forever prohibited "
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A, M. holm.pastpr. on .I( ., except l IQoh,11..r, mod Surveying and '
Special Attention to Phone Orders and Free : Preaching: first second and third Sun- This' or mechanical purpoies; and ;' ',:
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a days of each month at 11) a. m. and 7.45 free of .. ..m nl.I purposeM the pale -: "')!
'Delivery to part of the City. 'Phone 189J home
any '
p. in. and win lor the purposes Drafting :
Bible School 9.45 a. m.-A. W. \Vinn, box" 3 : \ b. rtulat. by law. . !

..- -. .--.-.. -, --- - - Legislator! shall enact snltible S S '
-- :=::_-:- :=--.--=-= 2.c =ti .L:: = = = :: = :: : superintendent; A. L. Davidson assistant .. "
( enieilt of. the provliloni' i

J c I WISH to tell those t'hfltare" 'superintendent. OFFICE IN FR4ER.N TY !{.u.L .:.
The GRAYSTONE HOTELALVYAYS contemplating building that I Christian Endeavor every Sunday If Artlc'eahallolotoefferton. th. ,

: OPEN- have f.und and pro ured the best evening at 6.30 p. in. A. D. 1911. KISSIMMEE. . 'I
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sand in the LI. S. for making Prayer; meeting and choir practice every .

,4- FON 'HALR blocks, Call and see the sand and Thursday at 7.4S'p. nv What ; Prop ': Office BUjf., Cottair, ? km) 1..oIR.( ror. Broadway the manufactured product. .... 'le V *f thet'oiittlitiitlon uf the '
.ltf and poitmiel' Avenue Whole or injpftrli. Never think of building a nice !: 'lorl house of wood when a storehouse **
Two Co.ii( back of twrhoul ho ..... METHOEHST.Jas.
costs only 10 to 20 perent more T. Mitchell, pastor. [ b, tl.e. l 1"\lI.I.t"r. of the HI ate. Beautiful winter home sites- situated _ _:::
Orange Grove on clay road. and is fire-proof waterproor and Hard .:
horning in the
vermin-proof, and a house for a Preaching every Sunday and .. a\nrlltlme"l.\ Lake'Region oj Florida. .
W. THL'ltM4N.: Th. Grey.tone Hotel to Article, V
Apply> H. life tine. (II l evening. buck. i ohvhe State of Florida. rela Trucking and Farming Lands in large .

ill Wirk ind Mitirlil CuuMtMl' Fnil-Clui, Sunday School 9.45 a. m.-J. M. Lee, D4eTlm..ot, to be ')lIm. or small tracts. S : ;,

Ss 40 and 4lV>fsaia Article V, be .'
Vperintendent.
r Kissimmee Granitoid Works Prayer meeting Thursday or at are hereby agrujo and h.1b.* CITY PROPERTY A SPECIALTY "
every
S. 8ULLOCK:1i : night.Choir. If the electors of thfe. ,HUt* at the List your property with ma for quick .
to 1 U* held on the fl iri>Tu< da. sales.
- -. -. -.---- --- - -. practice every Saturday night. Monday In November, A.>-Q. 1910, S L
!i neys or rtjectlen ..-...11: 'N. H.M.BREAKERx175

I and after the adoption. *f the..
ESTATE "
REAL
li (Osceola, County S EPISCOPAL.Kev. the I'rlmlnal'ourt 01 Record luN : KISSIMMEE, FLA. ,
flflfltSStStSflfl County; phailbe known p. the I '
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David D. Kidd rector.
INSURANCE in and for said bounty and. Itr .
Abstract Company Services every second and fourth Sun. .. pre'eiit'jurlrllrllon. the. auld .

: day at 11:00: a. m. Mrs. "judge. thereof shall have In EM- .C.BASS f
I Communion 2nd ; at : )'. concurrent with the ('ir- ,
Sunday morning
of Titles ,
Examination ,- Mid county and the judfe thr"" .'
N 1 I services 1 origin Jurisdiction of all other Whole le and Retail "

Specialty. !I G. P. GARRETT. Manager' Guild meeting every first Tuesday. were .... snd the same power Slid au Dealer ir. -
NN ...
all wrltias the Circuit: Court of
r --- -- -- und the Judge thereof excepting S

Despondence Solicited. FRATERNAL SOCIETIES. Co. .. soul the power' to untmon and ',

I though: .1,1, jnrr. Fresh ..Beef Poi and
__J.. Real 1 estate 'esi/f .rocednre and and S
W > MS>s saaaaaaaaaaasas>>>s..iKaa.saiaaaaa>>>>> SH>saaaaaa>aa*a> practice ,
Titles examined and reported OD M A!lONl C. have :
b.\ uIg&s .d lltem ..nil\ refvreos "
W.:N HARWELL Taxes paid for nqD-re..ldent.. Orange Blofsom Lodge No. 80, F. & inee. 1 In said Circuit Court IIb.llob. .
S .S $. I Instruments relating to real estate A.M., meets A first and third Monday mend Court, of Record. .Tb. Governor Mutton

\--AEAL STATE carefully' drawnCorrespondencei nights in each month at 7.30: o'clock in For >IM| '.1',,". order any one ..f the .
: < Solicited1Bargains i ih I, .. uf the State to hold one or more 0
I ;; Fraternity Hall. Jo'oat
Notary Public at Large 1 of termH of acid "otirl of Record. PHONE44. 5'. .
M. W. M. .
J.
-- --: I Hansell agents .. Hnpreine, Court oftba State shall

Office over ilobrse5 Pharmacy. W. M Carson secretary. I'e'I' Jurisdiction _ln all causes' of -5----- ;-- ---- -
KISS1MMEK.; Fl A. .1 ; take .' in granted to Hsid Court of S

: I ..I. and w ruts of .,'t-ror. tihall be C. W. Griffin
'. KNICHTW OF PYTHIAS.. .... the said Court of RL"rolto the .

Friendship Lodge No. 1C, meets every ''rl In accordance with the laws
An .. such
proceeding1 frcim tIle
at 7.00 o'clock in Fraternity
Wednesday night -
In all lunds of Real Estate. Hall. "An ( tu Ih..-Kopreme Cotirl.
I. ; / the Groceries
"" provisions of the Constitu F FZ1f
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Fire and Life Insurance andArmour's
S F. C. Bryan, chancellor 'commandsr. Upon 1 law. enacted In cAnnonancfl there .

""Q' t in and Collecting Rents, a .. He i it the officers thereof Including the -AN----- .
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?PHYSICIAN.. ) BURGEON. Spe Ity. Taxes paid fer .appointment election and the '
; I J.ct and compensation of aitJ Itofflcert .
........c. r..... 8. Kisaiaiu.B, Uen-re: ents. PYTHIAN SISTERS UlI"" Ilk. e""t to the wild f'onrt. FRESH MEATSS. '
S S .rnol .n.h.. 1/7. FLOMDX. Kissimmee, Temple, 'No. 21, meets Grade, ,. the officers, 'Ihxreof!: except an "S. : : ; ;:\: 1-;

; S :-., .-.,.,......... 51S..,, ' .: ;., A5 .0. EEKKissiiiiine every! Thursday afternoon at,.3 o'clock, walks thorn amendments, The prudent 9z--r' , <"( ";'::L'f .
S proved ( Id Criminal Court of -" Ioi i,
except: the :fourth' Thursday! at which Record shall 5 S : .
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;' W. W. CARSON D. D. S. tIme meeting will be held at 7:30.: read. aa : '* cf said ('eurl orKtoord and dls-' S An' :
Fin.. .., : ... and receive. Hho emoluments Delivery Every Day at HourlS ]
I rVarlie E. M. E. C .i
DENTAL PARLORS Bryan shall IM ). |. live office** until the ezplratlnn of

.. RIVERS BUltDINS Mabt-l R. Overstreet M. of R. & C. vitrified I 1 tertnu of office.. The .salary ". Patronage Solicited ,;

.... OVER O8CEOLA PHARMACY osic-KOLA CAMP ';G. 79, w. o. w. "1/ of said Court of Kvcord shall be two., North Kissimmee Phone N*. 3 'I'.
S *- >. > s 5Ms- Meeting nights second and: fourth ment )' '' five hundred dollars a year, pay
TO f2 MOM* r- one part I by the County of- Evcsmbla and .
.
orricm. HOURS 1 .1 TO 5 IB* M. TILLER Tuesdays at 7130 p. m. the o
1 'L H. T. Stanford. C. C. .1" I after the expiration of th. term of -

'" : Real Estate Agency. 'W.B. Johnson, Clerk. present Judge the Judge of ..al<]

T /jft. RIVERS //fl. n : 4 ".lf of rr' shall hold his office for four
: shall .be Artesian! Wells
<4< m%%%..m.m.*>m%%....*>vmm.%m.mma .i S
by
Gen. Howard Post G. A. R. or
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PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON ,
1 t Realty bought and seld. "If of'

Iti Ofltice orer Osceola Pharmacy t Houses rented. t Meets the ffust and. third Wednesday I... Proposing an Amend DRILLED ANY DEPTH ',
one "" Thlrtj-flr of Article V of
S Taxes paid and Titles verified in each month aNip. m. -
Residence 03 & .
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T>Rr>Mir< << top coat nof Florida, HeIsting to Ks- '
S : rOnlce 148 for norvresidents. f r. Fraternity HaII.'isitlng Comrades of Court. Let Me Figure With VIU

:t Fire, Life and Accident In- ? cordially invited. and t.h. I by the gisUtur of th. KtaW!
'' 'II A suranoe.S *,. O. DER YSHJRE G. ENTARBOX, a 1x3 .- S : I Guarantee Satisfaction S 1-. .
Dr. F. Thomason! be .. amendment to Section. Thlr
fl Indemnity Bonds. r1f& Adjutant. C mroandr.
!'. "' V of the, Conatitntlon of Plot -

PHYSICIAN and SURGEON I,,r ..... ""' ..,....... 'v....."....... In "" agreed to and Hhall b* proponed H. BRATTON

\ t I Preaching at St._cloud repealed.Read. f. Offife Phone 64 Residence! 126 I.: S rejection at th* jn e.t gcugjnil I elect
Sunday school every Sunday at 9.30 >nt. .. ; < that I. to nay, said Ite u(lon Thir L-

a. m. Church service at 10.30) a. m. and .A b .Article shall be smenfdl BO salt: : ----:;. .

'I. D A.. VANS AGNEW W.l. W DUZOR at 7.30 p. m., alad! on the third Sunday J.Au R.>G :! I I : 1> ...court: other than herein I specideJ I >>... > >....>*....... '\

: of each month at 3 p. m. Christian Endeavor I : I )\ ".." in thin state except thai THE TWICE-A-WEEK:
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every Sunday at 6.30 p. m. I I .. rnaVr provide for the creation
I ATTORNEY AT LAW.... ... | 1" .
I ( IAU) JJUont of uch additIonal| Judicial I I I
'- I I AND NOAARV PUBLIC, ( I Notice of Attachment 14-Gt $ ,. from time to hint. become neo! 11 j TIMES -TTINION
II j the polo'mellt by the Uoveruor
h t .. KISS1M1EE1..4S I State of Florid \ ', .. by the H nat.. of additional. l !
0"001." ) County .. : The Times-Union .will aodTOU
S Real Estate I there-for ,v.ho""e terms of office I
r' In 'ounty Iud..,,'. ('url. : <(
JJK. J.V.. SIMPSON To Detroit: oJotIt (' ml.ny. 1>"lrolMlchl..n. claims ; I ; JurlHdlction'Hhall d for time Circuit' lu.l be_the her ssrae-InDT.I I I, lae of the) daily, :
;:
; You arc. hereby. noli edth.tI 4 rtt of Attach'' Col. W lot slid cli. th . containing all regular feature
msy '
;. DENTIST. I merit ha been iuued atfuliml you. and your prop'erty same. ,.... ,... with jiullrlal power.. in I I very lateut market report aadspecial .
attached to Mtmfy the dpmanti A. J. I within I depauttneats devotod: to
eotinecVed Si lth the fun'-tloun
01 r ,
I: s Upstairs In Katz Build Urilflth. amounting to fitly dotlura.Now the : Krlc iliarc, bortlcutarv poultry ;>> -
I KISSIMMEE FLORIDA
.O rnCE HOURS : t} \I& m.& *12 % unlta0 you nhall appear twfureT. M. Murphy. to said -- .- .1 etc.ONE S
f I : to ( p. County .1udv of said county. In and for said diet I
= OolRboLl
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Telephone No. 76 Jun 6.1 Yr. I county. at hin olflce at Klaiimmee. on the 8d da'of cant io compliance. whit taut pro. .

f October. r>l". at It) o'clock In the furenoonjudrment : I jlmeut4 ansi the canvSHK. declare-: i, ...__._.. ...c.. ..S. ..
J. W. THOMPSON J will I Ut render airalnBt yuu. and your! Ut-!: t .thereof, bsll be lubjectad to 5,
M.-WJL.L.SON property. old to pay the dobt.D .- I ( .\ and restriction' an arc: j I
J In.. I. ,
.ted thin l.lh day of uuu.t. A D. 191(1. I law for general elect loon ID the

\ J NOTARY PUBLIC. . 1 H. O. GEIGER. .. .. I ; Sprigg Fleming
IH-tf Attorney 'lur Plaintiff I t whereof I have hereunto net
j S ATJt AT LAKGE. \ -.., .5 .. ( I afnxed the l FUNERAL DIRECTORS Notice ileren. .e \ ,) at Tallahawee. the Capital I .. S

I.A I Real Estate Agent. S Notice !I. hereby given to all persona holding temtter' I day of July. A. I>. I''IO. CLEANING
., ,. ,
'
11 CLAY
CRAWFORD, 'PRESSING
KISSIMMEE. claims
demande
FLOHI1 or against the estate of Nann'e II '
LICENSEt) EMBALMER COllver. deceaMed.. to prevent the. aame duly au. I!, March l i > Keeretn. ry-of-Fitate.a! DYEING "d ,,S,
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thanticated 'to th" underal.ned., within two'
Old( papera can I be; bought at this office '
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yeara preacnbed by law. otherwise' the aame to Creditors REPAIRINGword SI
S at 20 cents per hundred. Just what you will be barred: and all persona indebted to said I ..
need to under N I given to creditor*), heir* and I
put your carpets matting .estate.. hereby required.. to make immediatesettlement - yt'l
-, etc 14> .. i of the estate of Temple A. Wins,.
S / with the undersignedAugust
I I .., I have been appointed Bdmlnis-,
Oppoai ColU'tbeu.. 1lth.: 1910.FRANCMS. Le...
te.
| above named relate, and that all:l at my house and olothel
Tile finest colony proposition ever MCDONALD OLIVER; I ) claims against Ilia estate.. mu'l I will be called tor and returned.
Executor of ...
th. Last Will and T. St
offered the public. H. M. Breaker, j duly authenticated for settlemenl -
Kissimmee, haa it and will tell you ment of Dannie C Oliver d--"" I time prescribed by law, )
,about it for the asking. zstrS I KLaBUnIKJI:, VLOKIBA N.C. BRYAN. I ; Ha. CLAftENC!: A. MINZ Satisfaction
94-tt < Att'|*. In Fact for EZCUtOT..5 ., AdmlDlatralor l said Estate. I : Guaratiteec,

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i, t of contest county,, are In supporting among the"them leaders" -you In'support this]-I c. .. I hereby. nomiha.teM. : :.. . ,. :. :-' .I , a

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the management who supported I as a contestant: in( the POPULAR VOTING CONTENT'' "
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f you; who burned the ,midnight oil to byoxhe'KISsiMMa6, VALLEY z; .. M' '. /< \ ; '
now being held : QAZETTH.: 'r./i '
bring this section into prominence and ,. ,. . 'U.'I 1"'j"'f'..
; ."t'" .. aa a lasting monument to the great lying ,' i : .:: '
l heart propelling the life* blood I ; !
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through Osceola county, the ValleyGa (Signed' ) VFREE;- .: . .. I. fU U RN.I.TUR dt t.:

"w ._ zette to thclr ia giving subscriber prizes*'. :'worth 750!: ,away 1 : I .[

We are watching for that ten-dollar '
f subscription to come In, 'and know that .- ,' ,

it la on the way, and for that ten-dollar s' I

anbscriptioji! you will receive as special r- . ,
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CASHIE
i '---" -- "favor from the contest"manager 30,000/ VOTE COUPON :

,..?. votes, to be placed to the credit of your I .COST..for I.S I.I.I
favorite contestant in the race .for first '--'" ,
the Cote
.price, piano. jl Thi:5": 'Coupon entitles M '
The'followlng prizes are, .
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First prize, Upright Grand Cote Ho 25 vptes'-in. the, POPULAR VOTING CONTEST '. +
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t, Piano, value $400. 'j "now !being held by the KISSIMMEH VALVS.V OAZe: n. -' i' .. : '
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Second prize, rebate certificate, value s' ,

4 200., Third prize, rebate certificate, .valued r ( Signed) REMEMBER '.Nothing Charged to ny.at. !these. .Prices S

$175. -< .. "
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f .' Fourth prize rebate certificates, value ,1 : J.0 J. . -
.! 'I This Coupon Mot Good After Thursday, AUf 25th, 1910
$150. I.; ,
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Fifth prize rebate certificate, value ; r .
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,I ; 125.Sixth prize, rebate po.I certificate; value '

.$1011, . i Dane on the Celling. Notice 'of Application forTax Deed. I ROSS GRAVES
A student'of the Tyrol and Tyrolese, I !
The first prize to go to the contestant Under Sections 574 and 575GeneraLStalutes J
,.,-- people describes a remarkable dance
4, "" receiving the l largest number of votes of the
In which the male dancers beat time '
,. -in the contest, beginning with this issue I
on-thtf ceiling with their feet State of Florida. I
of the Gazette, shall be
Valley "In Brandenburg and ibna or two Notice ia kerebr Riven th.t J. S. Wallace pur- \
a full size high-grade Cote Cabinet other Tyrolese valleys which boast of chaser ofTx "ertifleata No. I1 I, dated the Hh day : _ ______
Grand Piano and to the next five ]lucky of Auft'u. .t. A. D.1'XW. haa filed said cartlfleate Inrpy'offlco. VVV'VVVVVV -- VVVVVVVVVVVVVVV /VVVVVY'
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a.particular musculart sex
says
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contestants and ha made application for tax deed I
t e certificates aggregating the Writer, the girl at the conclusion., 'to inaue in accordance with Law. Said rtincat I
seven hundred and fifty dollars shall be of her swain's fantastical jumps embrace the following described proporty altuntod I

given. catches hold of him by bla bracee -and in Oacoola county. Florida to-writ: -
t This beautiful Cabinet Piano i 101 handsome hoists him up In the air. He ofcourse, North> east. quarter of north weat quarter. Section READY NOW! 1
in caae! design and finish-artistic helps by Jerking blm 'upWard when R, Townnhlp South..Kaairv 'J.\>Eaat.+0 acres KISSIMMEE DRUG CO. \

.' plainness that attracts and is always she lifts, and then balancing with his. iaenance The said of land such being certificate. anaeaHod In the at name the dale of of J. the H. Strawberry.plants', $2,25 per 1000 .

': admired. Height feet 9 inches, width hands on her Bhouhlprs, be treads the lamer Sr.' Unless said eertiflcate" shall be redeemed Tomato Beauty 2.00 "
feet 3 inches ceiling; of the low,room to tbe tune of acfopdinR to law. tax dead will
/B) feet 2 inches, depth 2 issue I I
i Seven and one-third! octaves, when boxed the music, and/she continues to dance thereon on the 17th day "f Haptembor. A. D. 1910. Celery, Golden ?, ''U: 1.25 II PIANO CONTEST ClOSED.
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around on tji floor of tbe room. Such Witness my .mclal.ign.ture and seal this the
ready for shipment- ., weight, 850! ) arVrapldly falling Into dUusa.". 18th day of AugustA. D. 1910.ARTHUR Sage .50 100 I'j
pounds. I ffl!: DONEOAN. H
1.25 1000
Cabbage Plants )
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t; This piano! haa\ the Automatic Extension / The H 0...... Ear*. Clerk t'ircuit Court Onceolatil. ?,
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Front with a Music Rest the /-Wbetber you drive single horse or I (- ) County. Floxlda

'. Jength of the piano, hand carved (pan a teem the principles are the same I Old paper ran ue bought at this of T. K. GODBEY We wish to express our gratitude for the generous patronage j

and mouldings.Has folding. fall board!, bat In driving a pair see to It that fice at 20 cents per .hundred. They are i I II WALDO FLORIDA received by us during: our Plano: Contest, and solicit a continu- I
.. hard-wood hack. The 8oundLjrJf board each horse does his share of the work I the need 34.21 of t'ade courteous treatment. _
very thing: you to put under I ance ,your assuring you f
of the bent known materia /for reten- and no more. A pair of home, moreover I matting.
your : Our new Fall Sundries will arrive about Sept. 1st. Come
tion of sound waves/and the wrist unless well driven are sure to 1
plank] constructed of compound rock get In the habit of wandering over the and buy. I

maple. Has the
ing action; / e German imported your eye and your mind on the homo. A. B JARRELL. Proprietor.
strings; three unisons with overstrung Watch bis-"ears.' They will be pricked 1 Attention of Truckers l
forward when he Is about to shy _
; three
bass nickel-plated trimmings;
t ; droop when he Is tired, fly back Just ..._n.a.MannnNNN MN\N ..n sann.NN\Nnssnns.
,. pedals. with muffler; ivory keys; quad- before he "breaks" (Into a gallop) and and Gardeners J JI
}'ple veneered and is fully\ guaranteed before he kicks.: Before kicking too a WHAT IT MEANS I

S-r \\0 for ten years against any deficiency in horse usually tucks In his tail and Muy ["ft 1 p.ti, d. n>H knnw what a Ballk'<'spit-al I l II.| for. /workmanship or material. hunches his back a little. When you I : a bank of IVttl or no mpttal and one' with A liir{H"I'jtal| l s tJ"
( observe any of these Indications speakto s A HANK S I AP1XAL AND MUKPI.'S. i
? him and his bend.. : ,14 * rand t.ia, t>rt t e' t*< th.. 01..1.| ...'lu>m fr.nv l.i.* uh'-rt"orM the !crest 1 it to\ the B
sharply pull up Seed Potatoes -
I Rebate Certificate.The SEEDS Poultry Supplies[) I : Creator preturtlnn, .tle'I.pn.nors, .. ba.e nllo hang has a :
I0aa1.u :
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\ rebate certificates given as prizes '< rplu. fund of .. I ISua*a* a.
r' "I are acceptable as part payment on a HORSES AND MULES ARMOUR'S FERTILIZERS I .+ws.--kh'.l'ittn listbl 117 -'.f..lNMI' iMi :.

.'\ piano like the-flrst prize given in this i A total of gk1Arn1< ", g, *

.' contest, and will be accepted for their COMING Crenshaw Bros. Seed Co, Tampa; Ha. .I :: Bent Th.This. mt>*proteetlnu n that'. w..I.must/"r'HI').... .|l l I\MU') ><) before ourIrpaltor.rout tio.a&-,J .
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full face value by the American Music .. .
I Co., of Jacksonville, Fla. In other I - : STATE BANK OF KISSIMMEE .'
4 A. E. DROUGHT\ Local Agont, .
words if a contestant shall win.the : : -- S.C.
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second prize of a two hundred dollar KISSIMMEE, ST. CLOUD : -KI FL.Or10.43! -

,i \z' certificate\ this certificate "shall; .entitle A''CAROS; ,.J"HX M. I.EB': : N. 8, CARnOM: :
: -.I..b&" t.'a-lil; '
Preatdune :
four hundred dollar : :.
'''I 1.. ,'i. the purchaser to 'a ...I....................................................aaaaa.......!
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,piano.for two hundred dollars,: These .
tq.
.... '';"' ,, certificates* are transferable, but.not I ' .. .. 1 l
ore than two hundred dollars worth I
.. ofN rtifiqates shall be allowed to apply.' -

r,, pn tHKjmrchase of-one piano. I SPECIAL HOSIERY SALE JUST A REMINDER_**

I
'." How thelfeqtest Will be Conducted ,
that our stock of
On every subscription to the Kiesim1 -
1 met! Valley Gazette ou will\ receive a St. Paul I Neb., Aug. 1&, 1910.! j

, J' certificate for votes/Xa b given two -Kissimmee-- \alley Gazette We will place our immense stock of Gents', Ladies' I SHOES
r ;,a. your favorite contestant; Kissimmee, Fla. and Children's Hose on sale at the following -

l ; Each paper contain a !>Vee Vote Dear Sir: .. prices for cash only: I DRY GOOpS
Please notice in the that I
which counts 25 voteoVfom- put paper ,
Coupon -
r rnencing with this issue. The vo' s41i. will be in Kissimmee on Sept. let with T 0c Hose tit JHc FURNISHINGS

41 :r must be placed in the ballot box, which* two. car-loads of extra good horses. and 25c Hose at 1Ac ,

y is in the Misses Hodges' millinery stone, les. 20c Hose at 15c& IS ALWAYS FULLY
'" All ballots must be in Yours very truly ,
on Broadway. 15c Hose at.- tOt, .- t
M 'thla box by noon on Thursday of each W. J. NcCdACKEN.aV -
tOe Hose at 8c
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cTf ,'. week; The key is in* the hands of the A Sbarc_

pastor of title M.: E. church. Call early and get your shes while they last and save j Respe6tfoll7 Solicited
'FAIRBANK ORE CO.
L- -r:, Aeommittee,_ consisting .of Rev. twenty-five per cent. Everything marked in plain figures. '/
b .. Mitchell.. Methodist ; Rev. Stephens 2 H. P. Gasoline Engine $90.For -.....i /

Baptist'church: F. C. Thomason,' Css l 'Mill pltnitt; Papa'. wrtto'or or call 1 I -YOURS FOR BUSINESS- CHAS. W.\D A N N.
physician l and surgeon. count the bal- "
i, ", lots each Thursday: and give total num- Hillsborotiffh Hardware Co.111e.11U H.C.STANFORD CO.

ti ber of Votes 9 Jt.ft Fraiklla St. Ta.p..I'I.. 1 I I "We satisfy those who Cs' .


to "" Can- a greater-honor be placed upon I ---- ..

t ,1 you than to be the recipient of one of '

,,:r l .. t these prizes from the To receive Valley Gazette a lasting that memento A GENUINE SURETY G 0. L Le HILLIBRD G SwTn"Submerged bdw evict'FOR *

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better than it knew. FENOLEINSECT *
r ; budded BOND GUARANTEE ... ALL MOTOR B>AT._. ."..
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__ .Who is blest the better cow b

; Who bath filled the earth with cheer, 3r[ PACKED INSIDE EACH ROLL; Stickler'Weedlesj si>ropellor Wheel
of..misery
J' Or-t.rae.man. sow' .
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1" With his ever-read tear? DESTROYER. AND .!Ie fN()" =':;. Whltc-Blakeslee Mfe. Co....*. 'c.rtr. .; Stationary- Gasoline -En( nesi1. i
A .. :f CONGOic
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_., 3; A Sur. Way of Saving.An "
; 2 to 25 h. p. stand .!Supreme for Simplicity Durability and Economy.
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*< Ingenious method of putting his DISINFECTANT 'f I I
-:- Pumping Outfits Any Size -:- -:-
.. savings beyond his own reach waa -
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+ adopted by a German writer who 1:
y 'I";> found from dire experience: : that all Post Office Address Kissimmee, ra.] or Call at Residence on Halliard's Island.
r ., A Distinctively Meritorious Preparation
I" .. Ma prodta melted away as soon as I I I Congo ia the only Ready RooiThe Surety Company is jawing theaaboicfft "
wfl earned. Having mad fSO.OOO by a fortunate A Preveatitlve of Contagious, Diseases I I I llJIiLL iDs canying th e National Surety \ and back of them ia their hoomttlion

k' literary peculation, he placed Co.'a bond. caniea writh it terms Joflan of _b. It is a matter< THE PIONEER" PLUMBING SOP$ : :
whole of the together with "'
the money sad I condition that make U especially at- f r of keen ati>(action to tp that they wen t "LJ .
.2 his will. In the Imperial Deposit bank INSTANT DEATH TOletlugs. willing to stand behind Congo Roofing.
who consider the
must :
tractive to *
at Berlin and on receiving the receipt aoyoo You are immune from any respomaibtlily H. EDMOND SWABEYCONTRACTING
t from' the cashier' dellbetately tore It Files Miclmi. Misquitoes, Flies; roofing question.For other than giving the roofing ordinary cape;:
The cashier thought be WILl mad 10 yean yon can rest easy about Write to-day for of sad.
up. Dettrijfi ..*TI. M< Sttrillzis the Ells ifIsucts aajnptaa Oocgo PLUMBER :
and told 'hlm'a1 Il'1lY that It would I your reek it witted with 3-ply Congo. full information.Rtmemteir. '
.'\" take folly three yean before be could ; Foul $dare art Purified bf) Its Use and. wa know thai. it ia probable you will ;.trial with totry roll of Congo

u, .expect to obtain a duplicate receipt. I. getaiMai'ofljvraemccoufof' k. you'get a pal De Surely Bond. . PLUMBING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES )
1 .) "That la Just why I have torn up the "
5 .5 original," cjilinly l remarked the dPJ>' PHARMACY Tinning Brazing, Pipe Cutting, Threading .
t t itor "and now' the money. la safe )1I-1 OSCEOLA '
v that! time.: ROSS GRAVESI Steam Pipe Fitting Pump Work

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