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: June 16, 1911
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00494
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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'ed. The older'rnpn of'6166f.odit; I I ,' $dsr'twelve years old"; .>$1 in.cash, donated .
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I \ HOME be These soldiers? :homes were ," \' . Dozier Leltper '
Ap JHE NATIONAL gone. ..... .' '. by ;, MANYNTOILDiNGS: .
think that
built,, for .themand.l our ,Best made patch ,work quilt-one>>
> JM* *. "*' good od| Uncle Sam might build'one 01; dozen cabinet 'photographs, donated by '
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Board of Trade
..' Near Kissimmee for Soldiers, and two homes 'in the old South; so that the ...The l I W. Wilder;, ,''.; " 1. Are, :Caase-o: CocstrodJon in(; ,
last days of these soldier may be : Best dozen egtfplant-
: ... display of one )
,Sailors is ,Strongly hrocaled: made eaateq-and when tap hjaacome' ... ...1'-. K f In cash donated by C; D; CarrolL This Gty and, New Contracts, .

1 by ,Prominent Men.. to them; It will be roveli for us. -'; '' Best collection of farm produce--$5 .Are ".Made,, Daily:', t

'FRANK E.. MCLAUGHLIN,. At the meeting of.the oard of Trade on In cash,donated by Kissimmee Lumber .* l r":-- '--.I-: #1

Every day the Valley Gazette Is in receipt -, P.: A. and S. A. W. G 11th Cav., C 1st ,. Monday night a question wall:bi resented that r. Compan--; , Some of th.' iUe. in this'state, espe-v

- of letters endorsing the' bill not Wash.;Infantry.. .. should engage'the. attention of''erery m ember, as {1 Best Collection of potted '.bouse dilly l those that,; ea"'r'JD} the.tourist i,

- pending In tb. United States Senate toestablish TREMENDOUS SALEThis it will relate to the attitude members must aasume plants"rockbg' chair' -donated" by*M; D.Wilson. trade, *t this season of the year area'\

t a national horn midway be- toward any action' the Board might in lJ'e C..Florjdarafaed-.add. -J.horsebox a dormant state as fir _M business is' i
Ktt8immee"and.St.; ; -foraged concerned. 'but Klvajfearoee is "'
tween on matters of public moment.;, Yhe"'committee of cigar' J donated G.;:Ham not' by
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and and b 1.A. '
and infirm soldiers Milan Week of the Magazine Editionof any mean. In'that class, as there are'atpreeint'uer
If the fight is kept up and the member appointed to make"'arrangements for the holdingX.of ilton.. ._.;, ;,|;,, i ,l.,>..i,. ,'>, ..:.0- f fty' houses In'course'of

of the G. A.'&.' throughout the United ,the Valley' ,Gazette, a Trade Day in inKi..inunee.. 'July" 12th, will 'Beet specimen painting'on china i :r construction within,;;the>'eprpora'".'' V
influence with their Few not connected with the $2.60 In merchandise,.' donated>> by :M.: limits'of this *"' .
States UM their people make a rep kt of its actions to'data The treasurer ' city. )q" $ ,J,
i representatives In Congress to-vote.for printing business are. aware of the Im- will report the complete list, of all member. who Katz Best I Some of these buildings are exceed*
will be certain. amount of labor necessity to oil palnting-l2.50 In merchandise Irigly '
mense costly, while six"
the measure, success many are and
be from the roll for failure .
are subject to dropped donated by )(. Katz.
The letters that follow should inspire get out a Magazine:Edition the'slte of eight room dwellings that will be uod4

. 'every ex-soldier: and sailor to at once the one just issued by the Valley Gazette . to pay dues.' A full'attendance. "is earnestly, re-. In Beet trio' of, Orphington chickens-$2 em in every appointment, and will cost' t, l

begin work along the same line and it and especially not as to its cost quested. cash donated by Porter & Son. from two to four thousand dollars each.-',

will be the kindest .act they ever.dis but we have forgotten '.all' those hun S. J. TRIPLETT, President. Best trio of Plymouth Rock'chick:- Among this number;' and which have .. r
r in dred'and trials and annoyances ens-fe'bo cash, donated biJaa.lohne- , ".
played toward their brothers arms. one on a previous occasion, been'noted ink
forced us In ''our lat effort for H. STANFORD, ,.Secretary.: ton. X, this
... v. upon ; caper, are: the new,:paIIHlRer! doepot \
Best
there never was before, possibly a descriptive trio of .white .Leghorn chickens{ that will cost': fifteen thousand -I National Soldiers' Home ;-$2'In'cash, donated! by C.t Bandy. '
magazine gotten out in Flor- : lars, and'th.85x61 fee |jferete addiJtion. :
s-1lJ11-:
June ;
Tenn.
ida that met wlth'.'1.he universal favor ,Largest' half .dozen' stalks ,.ofvfield .. to,the, Grayttone'' Ht that-will: ,
To the Kissimmee Gazette., Kissimmee as has the one just Issued by this pa corn with ears-$2 in cash, donatedl y cost.in the, jnelghborhood'flP! >lx thou*?,
Florida
'Osceola County. Dr.
W 1..
: Winn.
On hand our work baa re- : ;
per. every Snddollars.. Then comes the"handaom.ten. .
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Gentlemen: It has, given me much ceived the highest praise, and hundredsof Best'hand-made a&a pillow top'-$1 ' .
All room, residence of Mr.: E. E.Kulp-
Right to
of Have
to read several copies your a in eas14! donated
pleasure copies have been bought by our citizens by T. M. Murphy., on Church street.the bungalow of Mr., '{
I note its r
creditable
progressive
very paper. friends In Northern Best band-made .table cover-$2 In
for mailing to J. W, .Llllyonthe'same .street arid
. attitude,. and commend its and Western/ States. Fully a hundred Exhibit Trade' cash, donated-by Dr1M. J. Hicks.Largest that of Mr.'J>M. Gardner, Mabbettestreet ,
1
of the civil veterans -
behalf war
in" Day
efforts on collection of hand needle i
ot our most enterprising and progressive all coetlyVand, handsome, as I is'also '
in Its efforts/ to secure
especially citizens have declared Jt to be the work-$2.60 in cash,' donated by Jenkins : the one being arected by Mr. RJt:
national soldiers)home for the stateof :
a ft Woodham.,
best advertisement of this section ever < P. Hansen fn West Kissimmee.i 4
Florida. published, and that our City Council Committee Reverses Its Decision to Exclude Kis- Dr. J. C; Davis, optician, offers a There is hardly aday passes but what ,
i traveled all over the United ...
States Having, I have" finally located In'your and County Commissioners should purchase -.... simmee, and Will Permit Any One Living: in pair of solid gold eyeglasses to the man a contract,Is let for a .zee | ee to: be i' ,
or woman who will be married from the '
for and cifculate at least five thous- built here, and.stm it la almost poe.sibs. .
t State as being the most propitious of sand copies throughout the Western Osceola County to Contest, for:a Prizes band.jtand,at 4'p. m.,.on JulyJL2th' or to rent a house, ss our' e i is
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health pleasure and happiness l .i''
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the should neither of them need
who and'Northern States, as they felt cer- glasses, growing at such ,a rapid, rate.t +" 9 '
defenders of theUnion, are
those be
will to father mother of the
given or '
tain it would induce homeseekers houses the
many are .frequentl 1U before ,
fait passing the allotted time of life, to come here and locate. Owing to the fact that a very large Best bushel of sweet potatoes$!)In bride as. she may ame. The person foundation completed., jj ".;,,

and need an old man'- rest. I am firm There were many thousand copies of number of the residents of Kissimmee cash, donated by R. D. Waring.Largeetwatermelon$2 Retting the glasses must be fitted at 'Pinedale; which ls-the extreme south/ .

in, not only my own opinion, but that this Magazine Edition printed, as the desire to enter the ranks of contestantsfor in cash, donated the doctor' -office, Park Hotel, immediately era' addition' the 'city- Is becoming, ."

i of thousands of others that there. is no management felt certain that it couldbe prizes on Trade Day the committee by C. W: Griffin. Second prize after the wedding, or early next one of our most poPl1lou! "iide'bA.sections -,
state in the Union so well adapted for de- $1 in cash donated Dr. F. G. he to bout! of the
successfully used as advertising at a meeting held Wednesday, by morning, as expects and there are at present eleven
a home in which to live and die as Flor wide the doors and Thomason. city for sortie weeks ,:j
cided to throw
I medium of this section for some timeto open houses in coarse of construction within i'
ida. and it seems tome that our government come, as the supply now being permit any person in the county, wher:: Best bale of liay-!) in cash, donated B. DIckerson offers the following Its boundaries.' ':

.. ought, to provide such a home purchased by our citizens would soon ever they might live, to enter their by Arthur 12.! Donegan. Second price prizes in. cashin, addition, what has Prospect Park, which lies;In the w.:: a,

;1 for those who served their country so be exhausted and their order would be products for prizes, and now it looks as -2.50 in cash donated by J. Z. Rob already been offered on Trade Day: era'part of town, and 'which:IsssthsK;,

.,t;: well in the civil war and all other wars. duplicated before the summer ends. though Kissimmee'Will have one of the erson. First prize on half bushel corn, 60c; a year ago :was as barren of a house as,
'
e i h In this effort'you\ have my hearty rug successful exhibits of Beet of butter-$21n cash for first 1 50c first:
People in every other State -in the largest and most pound prize on peck potatoes, ; the Sahara desert, Ie- today bunt.
up
pg' 4. e'C: port and whatever influence I.may be Union are seeking information about farm, dairy and kitchen product ever first prize and $1 in cash for second prize' on largest watermelon 50c; first j with costly and, up-to-date residences,'

.j,; able to bring to bear on those representatives with- Florida and as every locality is furnishing held in the state. prize, donated by Dairy Kitchen-Co. prize oh best loaf of light bread.(made i and the same can be said about'several

"', from other states, that information, gratuitously This action on the part of the com- Beit pint jar of honey':"" 11 in cash, donated - bT' 'girl not-over 16), 60c'first; prize i other' 'sections'.of the city+;;, notably'
,1 ynany of whom I have personal ace '' mittee wilLjcause housewives in by Mrs. A.: Tress. 'on best loaf ot graham bread '(made
in unlimited quantity, it behooves our many among which is Carson's and Bass',,additions '
{ quaintance. City Council and County Commissioners this city to begin reading afresh their Best comb of. honey'-50 cents in cash, by girl not over 16)), 60c; first prizaonapumpklnpie In ,the:extrenai ,northern pore

d i I have located on Indian river, near.and to see that our city and sounty lase cook books that they may bake a cakeor donated by Mr I f. Rogero. made by ayounglady, SOc; Oo'n.. - " '1" \ ?

Roseland and will take possession home of not outrun in .the race. The price of a pie that will win{ first prize, and Best quart jar' of watermelon' rind this pie to be.the .property of B. Dick.' This condition i\; 'brings +:about ',.. etc; u'

make that the permanent myself this Magazine, Edition is twentyfivecents many a young 'mise'rob her mother's preserves-$7 lady's bat donated by Orson, and an Invitation is extended to ceedinglr halthlataubf affairs
among
and family from about November a copy.A. sugar: bowl and syrup Jug, to experiment Miss Hodges. Second prize,-$2 in cash the young lady winning prize.to'help'" merchants. as;! the ._pay roll'on Sat .
e; 200.1911. . of donated Dr..T M. Rivers.. eat It. .... -
I am, yours: truly, in making a. plate .fudge that by ; ._ l_ urday"nights' amounts to as much.
y'' E. H. COOPER. C. L. RAILWAY will win the hearts of the young men. Beet gallon of sauerkraut-(1 in cash, IRADE five hundred tourUtr would'spend In ..
But when our city ladies and misses see 'donated by W. H. Norton. < DAY ""
State MajorFirst 'Regimen Illinois' week. And,those who have studied the
.", Extensive some, of. the good things exhibited by Beet 2-lb. loaf of lightbread.50 : F -' ,', .- know '
Volunteer Artillery; Improvements question that fully ninety per ,
T _- *r'-' ...:; Makipg' in those living in the country they, ,,will bottle .perfume, donated by Kissim Committee Will' Meet in City Hall_ cent of every'dollar/ paid in wages finds 4
Its Yards at This Place. awake to the fact that latter day cooking mee Drug Co. ., its 'into the
1' way money drawer the t
National Soldiers' Home. 1 as we know it, and the cities knowit Best loaf of bread made by a young Kissimmee, July 3rd.; "
; before
businessTn merchants the end of the week
The growth of Kisslmmee
Tenn., June 10, 1911. Ie a lost art and that the housewifeof lady under 18 years old, with Marvel The committee ..apP lnted by'the following .its receipt by''the
has been such the past that the working
To the Gazette Kissimmee, Fla year
Valley ; the farmer can give her city sisterall flour-50 pounds of flour donated by ,
Board of Trade which is compoaed..ofH :
man. n,., r
of the A. C. L. Railway to
Editor Gazette'! I do wish Board capacity
your the cook books ever\published and R. S. Floyd M.I'
handle a Stanford John Lee and H. During the 1910 there ,
the traffic has at times\ been :year wcrtfover'one
of Trade could secure a national t homein then beat her in the making! of a pound Best pumpkin pie-$1 in cash, donated M. Breaker -th. '
respectfully request hundred and '
Osceola county Florida, and know taxed: far beyond its limits, both in seventy new. buildings ,i'
cake, a pumpkin pie or a jar of jelly by'Kt W. Thurman. -
and freight business, and to general commltteGrom over the coun- erected In this City and at the
rate
Kissimmee be passenger
that and St. Cloud would
Anyhow, some of us old fellows will Best potato pone-$1 in cash, donated which '
and is
; of the following
ty composed they
meet those conditions that road Is mak- are going up tote summer, the "
to have it located in that, their Meek.Beet year
glad have once more the'chan'c, to ea$ the by R. O. .
ladies and Bas-
ing improvements in the yards that gentlemen: 1911 will increase that number by front ,
home county. The reasons are many. that "mother ueedmak4 cake IS '
kind of chamber set donated
same things ,pound
singer Willis Chandler Whittier R
: ; fifty toalxty. It U true there .
will, meet all demands for to Is
The. healthy location of the county years mON''I
to !, for all the ladles from by W.: B Mak\n on. A. Bartow Lanier "Robt Donegan
make it ideal climate, with railroad I come. ::... ; ; building going oqhere; In the aminer ,
an quarter of the county, will do Best jar of jam dse of jam, donatedby .r
every Pep rn. J. S. Stratton; St. Cloud, N. than in the
c. i The new brick passenger depot winter Muon, still the city; 1 ;
convenientThere ,
and water transportation '
declared the cook W. G. Hankina. '
their best to be star
which almost I in of 'j R.:. White; Campbell. E. g.. Brown; that builds two hundred hoes in '.,
is completed, one oar
are, to my own knowledge, many But the ladies must not run away Best jar of mixed pickles-f2 in cash, i Shingle Creek J. S. Bronson kissim.' year i' '
handsomest ; usually has from '
t the and most modern in is "to twenty'
; of the older men in these homes who '
with the idea that they will be the donated by Dr. C. L. Hyatt. '
mee Park. J. W. Jones
Southport ,
thousand whlchwill'be
the state and gives Kissimmee the air ; population ( Kist
can not enjoy out-of-door life duringthe : .:
the entering Best of Rhode Island Red chickens <
whole show for pair .
men are
'
: Clint Baas F. W Hill ,
Narcooesee
of a-city ten times 'it siM iDie big ; ; simmee's size before,1913 :coraes to a,'
because
months
winter simply
the affair with zest that demonstrates -(5!) in merchandise donated M.
Ipto
a by
i John "
Traceyville'; Tracey: Park Gardens.
their and infirmities are against ditch that runs down Dakin avenue; ; *>8e). v" , ,'f'
ages will cut considerable of Katz.
,. them but God's glorious sunshine as and which has for years been an eyesore they afigure' I ,;J.F. a'Berry; Hilliard's Island, This same activity; is{'to. be ffMind In -
in the performance. Already Best 2 pounds_of fudge":$3 Kodak ,
J. K. Hilliard '
Carroll's. C. D.
Still
arched ; the movement of real ;
I have met in Florida, and especially ,.has been and covered over, ; estate',1;l. our ifs
Osceola county, where market and tracks laid to accommodate all out- many from over the county have de- donated by Osceola Pharmacy. Young' Carroll; Mrs Clay Johnson, Mrs. N. B. clerk is forced to keep :extra' help to "", ,
/ green clared their intention of winning the ladies contesting for this prize must be '
I' Carson Mrs. S. B. Aultman Mrs. C.
record
going and incoming trains a passing ,: transfers, so great, have they :
vegetables abound all the year round, ; ,
set of harness for the bent Florida under 18 of '.
years age. W. Griffin Mrs. W. L. Win; Miss
would surely make their lives worth the track of sixty cars capacity(: is being i been all winter and spring. .And'all, I +
raised under four Old and
living laid as is also a storage track of forty horse years Best layer cake-one dozen cabinet Lizzie Donegan and Miss Sue Watson, I sales made are at advance of prices
cars capacity. some of our poultry fanciers say the size photographs, donated 'by Hall & Kissimmee, to meet at the City Hall,1'asked a few months ago, which :
There were 280,000 ;young men en- committee might just as well hand over fact'y%:
There were times last season when Paynter. in Kissimmee, at 2:30: o'clock, on the stamps.as an untruth the prediction
I'p; ted in the Spanh'h- merican war and the agent at this place was forced to the prize money as' they have the finest Oldest person, either man or woman,' afternoon of July' 3rd for' a general that real estate values would take a1 ,,4

a Fhillipine insurrection. A great many use the main line to accommodate the chickens ducks' and turkeys in the. attending.Trade Day exercises-$12.50 discussion and a concluding of the plans slump when summer came on. .

:,., of these men are troubled with tuber- loading of cars sent here to take our South. pair of eye-glasses, donated by C. A. for the successful holding of Trade Day Then what does this condition,meant ,

-i culoslsj asthma and ,bronchitis.The fruit and truck to Northern markets, The committee desires it particularly Cole. Second oldest-$2 in cash donated In;this city on July) 12th. It means that the peopl. of.Kissimmeehave It'"
furnished her
South more than qU0 7. and on many occasions our shippers 1 understood that only perishable exhibits -by W. J. Sears At this meeting judges of awards unlimited confidence In the future '

+ two and her sons and served also in with the honor Chinese)in':these were put to considerable inconvenienceby I will become the property of the Best band-$5!) in each donated by A,;",will be named, 'as 'well as superintendents -' of that city; that the- people who are :,''}"

wars cam- being forced to wait for care The Trade Day\ management live stock, S. Nelson. 3 .: of the several divisions of exhibits; Induced 10'com. -h.r't through' reading ,e j'

paign. improvements I mentioned above will do art work,or needle work. -: Handsomest baby under 1 month.'Ofage$10 and it Is earnestly hoped that every one the Valley Gazette and Board of Trade: "'I i" ,

$' While I was born 'In Ohio, have away with those conditions and a stillgreater We again publish. the list of prizes dinner set 'donated by W.{B. of the above named can see their way .literature, find conditions as 'good or .4

' lived in-the South, and since 1901 have business anticipated the com with a few .additions since last week, Makinson.To' clear to be present: promptly' at the; better than they were pictured,,and In

been in the Southern 'winters and I ing season as the citrus crop will. be which will, be further added to until the the man and woman who will,'be hour named. Mr. C. W; Fleming has variably buy' a home or. tract of land "

certainly know the boys of the South.! ''thsTarjrest in Blorida's" hiato'ry.COMMISSION day of exhibition-July 12th. married from the band stand at 4 p. m. been engaged to act as secretary of the and become permanent eekients. It j, (

This is their homeland. I want to see Best Florida raised horse under four on July 12th, Judge G. F. Parker will committee manager of headquarters means that the soil, 'the 'climate, the ..\.

the day come when all American veterans NAMED years did-$20 set of harness .donated donate the license, perform the ceremony which have been opened at In- 'people and the. '..advantages opportunities ': ..

4 are 'looked after by the general by L.:H. Ingram. Second prize-$5 in and'give toe groom $1 in cash, grain's livery stable and will 'gladly are just a ,mite.,better here ""I. 1'/: .

government. There never was a nation cash, donated by Waters &Carton Gro- and Miss Mattie Bandy will give the. furnish information of ally character than can be' found anywhere else in the '

. ,4I that 'could have fought like both To Have Statue of Dr.;} .John Gorrie cery Co.: N bride a f7.50hat. pertaining to Trade Day. i United States, and that as soon as i'

i sides fought in these days each giving Placed in Best; fair of. Geese $3.60 pair of Beet gallon of ice cream-16 quart those facts: are, generally known; there' "
,t his son to .assist in campaigningjn! for* Statuary Hall. shoes/ donated by 1.. M. Whidden A Co. ice cream freezer' donated by B}e4 Revival r Services. wilt be such an Influx ,to 'this section ,

sign' lands and since 1898 the sons of 'Tallahassee June,19.-Governor GI Beet pair of.pigs under six months Graves Second prize-5 years subscription Revival services will begin at the that Kissimmee will he'the largest city

4''w' both North and 'South have made and christ has appointed lion Geo. W. old-$!) in ,cash, donated, by Osceola to the Valley. Gazette, donatedby Methodist church next Sunday morning,'! In Inland Florida,'and Osceola: the moat'
1 .
seen to It that the American flag is reJf Dayton of Dade City, Hon. T. F. Westof Hardware. Co.iBeetpair '. W. B. Harris. Jane 25th. On Monday the1'.Re v; J.''S.. populous county,, In the state ,

+ 'speeded all. around .the world. 'In th. Milton and Hon. Geo. H.WhitesIde \ of ducks-r-13' p r'o'f'',CoW For,the heaviest man attending Trade Chapman of. Orlando, an eloquent and ' ,

eastern Dart of the world we talked the ot Apalachicola to''be. members of the Bond Shoes,: donated by AVS. Giibert. pay exercises:: $1.50 pocket -knife,, jdo- spiritual preacher,, will '''come and.eon- : A Splendid ,Get: Up: r

Dutcla'oat of-a fight threatening, to commission' to have erected and placed SecondTprlie-:25 pounds of....flour. do- noted by R,. C. Paxton., Z duct the preaching services.. We cordially 'Bartow,- Fla.,June' 21. *911., '.. ," '
Hobsonlze them; (I.was on the islands Iii the National Statuary'Hall at Washington natecJ by'Edfck'& Q'Brlen; ;"" < Handsomest bf cut flowers$21n '
: i bouquet invite all to. attend these services D -.:T; M;'RlversT Kissimmee, FI4';;. ,..., ...
then),, thenjhe'Spanish, then the GIII -. D. C-. a..statute of ,Pr.Iolm'Gorrfe. -,Beet'trioof chickens,' sny'breeJ$6pair !) c donated by.. Dr: W,,W.,Cas- and partake'spiritual'food.' We earn- ;'Dear Doc'torf beg to' ckno. ...

,i 1 .-'.gus, and the' '(::hlncksandin! _all these, the Inventor of:the1 process of ora'hoes, donated by' H.:Q.v SUnforcTA .- rI.. , I ' <..- ' ..t17..nquesLtba.-p.rayer otlrlLChria.tuna \ pLot..spe<"IA' },I .... nn"' ....' oL '

:,campaigns the sons'bi:. the !South; stood making1.artificial! which; statue was . Co.j.y Second jprize$3.5d. pair of Best 'Jersey. heifeffone year old or for God's blessing'''on these services. Kissimmee Gazette.. ,It certainly"la a.,

i shoulder to shoulder with, their brother provided for. by aa act'*,\of," ..-;legisla->' shoes,' donated by F.,IL-Lawson. -,> y \nnder$5 *in"cash,, donated.[ by Mach I ., We especially; .request,. the,'cooperation splendid get op.' 'That editor deservesi '
:of'the North and while it clay be.trueggthat tare The of Governor 1911.? v- . -. .'" Beat; pair of turkeys$5 pair of lucre,. Bros,'' ? .' !?. /; of the Layrapns Union, Chil gnat credit ,You and Drs.. Hicks and o ,

; our daddies fought for and against E. W. Berger of haalfO.appoln. Gains-n h .- to 1 be Dr.inspector donated by C. W, Dann.", .- ". e t'4.ofiUd; t six months,"otdf-l 1dcash dren'i.t'a7' exercises: are:postponed: until Winn look natural enough. 'to''talk.', I 1 '
$ the nag, the sons of ach'carried it Beet bushel of $3 in"cash 'clO .W1 am el& -to..bow niy-eld friends are hi ; --i iI
.;: of -uursery. stock.for a term,of corn- : ,. : ,; donated by J. Miller. T July 9UW- : pleasant fields ;
around the world. ... and. made It respect-. four.years.;, ' ; Bated by. C'E.FrsnkUii.;. ;; -Bastmade glngfaanxaproR 'brglrl? nn- W..'U.'FwtsprPastor.., |I I' ,4 iX. A. -*it> ...
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d' ., ST. CLOUD H. Meyer..
..: ANNUAL EXCURSION
i t + ........ .Mr. and Mrs. Ft A, Lincoln spent tw E : \
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.. ''WE ORDERS days in Kissimmee last week.
ARE NOW FAKING Kissimmee .
: The .Park postoffice will "

I. :' FOR'' \ : NC'I.ii: : ITMS.OF, INTEREST -CUPPED be opened. the first day,of JUlY: I I JULY 2ND viA. \.,>

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it Illustrated Editionii 11C. X. Canon, H., C. Stanford and O ATLANTICC04STj .

. .. Magazine ,, C. Tyson of Kissimmee- were- ":;St.-. Cloud Items from Kissimmee' . '
visitors last Monday '
'" -. of the ,
: ? Hustling Suburb. ;,

; Kissimmee\Valle Gazette The I Kiulznmee City Council at Its Miss Grace''' Hall left last Tuesday 'FROM KISSIMMEE TO

't y e last session awarded the contract to T. morning for her home at Bowman, Ga. ?

: "I. ,.,., : ' W. Ellis for the building of two septic! /'MI.. Willie Campbell returned home [. $9.50 CHARLESTON, S. C., and'Return' .

tank for the disposal of the city's sewage last Tuesday morning from a pleasant '
''II Which U now out and ready for .the price being $1,975 for each visit at Loughman. '$7.50 SAVANNAH, OA., and Return ,
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general distribution tank. Mr. Clarence Tolar, of Loughman, -

P . spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. D..Y. Tickets sold July 2nd, Good on all Regular Tralas ";
The Kissimmee City Council last week Johnson. ,

-. postponed' action on the cow ordinance Mr. Walter Bass was out at Campbell - Final Limit July 17th .
i for one month. In the meantime the looking: among his cattle. ,

: : It it one of the handtomest and fight goes merrily on. The outlook i I. I I Rev. T. M. Murphy preached atCampbell TICKETS. GOOD IN PARLOR OR SLEEPING -CARS "

r ' most profusely illustrated mag that the law will pass and the town get : Sunday morning: and Sunday; -
in line with other modern: communities: night. For reservations or information, call on nearest Atlantic Coast Line
azines ever gotten out by a write .
-"- Mr. E. E. Brown's kitchen .caught Ticket Agent, or .
R: T. P. J. G. KIRKLAND, D. P. A. 1
Y. BEAZLEY, A.
Florida
newspaperHand it fire last
e, a There was a meeting of former citizens Monday. .
TAMPA.. FLA.., " __
'; y p :. ? true index, both in views and of the Keystone State at G. A. R. Mrs. Margaret Sylvester returned .
_. hall, June Uth_with_Rev W.F. Ken home frqm a pleasant visit to Mrs.
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1 }. 'lekVof sty and county. ney In the chair, and Wm. P. Lyn Josh Reaves. wThe.

was appointed to complete die organization !- Miss Ethel Johnson spent the day at '

f t and retort: at a meeting to be Campbell last week. RULL BASS MARKET 4
held June 28th. Miss May Sullivan i visiting her .
., L i ; Every person seeking information about this section cousin, Mr. Lucy Brownson.

t /l ,.. should have, a copy, as it tells all the truth The Trade Day at Kissimmee-June Mrs. Barney Bass, of Peghorn, was Bearden Building; Block from Depot." ;

12th-will be a success. We trust St. the guest of Mrs. Lucy Bronson's last '
Cloud will have full representation l In week. Fresh Florida( ,of all kinds.
-PRICE 25 CENTS- MEATSOne
the various classes and win a full share We are having some nice rains now. and Western .JIt .JIt .JIt '
Af.it
ilr of prizes. JUVENILE. "
.; Addrn: Vattmy e ...,.., Ki..imm.., Florida -- --- -- POULTRY. EGGS. FRESH FISH 1

The ladies of St. Luke's Episcopal GREAT DISCOVERY .
9 r Guild held their regular meeting at the Special ;1 ltm lion to Phone Orders and Free I i
home of Mrs. G. W. Littleton, the treas-
1, Delivery to any part of tile City.) Thane 189
urer, last Thursday, the attendance be- Spider Will Destroy the Trouble

ing quite large for this season of the Water
some Hyacinth.
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Davis - "
year-President presiding. A
WISE COUNSELwill number of important matters werewrought Editor Times Union.
and discussed. The I hasten to make known through your 11-
will be fiven to all who up next 1
contemplate
a purchase of Real meeting will be held at the home of widely read columns a discovery which EVERY SUCCESSFUL MAN ACHIEVES i

I : t1.1!: Estate in or near Kissimmee. ,Mrs. Dann. I I regard as one of the greatest importance SUCCESS THE SAME WAY 1
to Florida. It.was only this morn-
The soil l is rich, the air excellent -
and location prominent The papers of Florida are printing a ing that I heard of it. -:- BY SAVING MONEY ;,
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h It fs a spider which utterly devours k
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list of postoffices in which salaries have .r
which promises and the Do you want to be successful? Start saving now. Put your money in
been increased,'in some cases naming destroys water hyacinth. :
A BAG OF MONEY towns when the increase reached the The discoverer is Mr. J. T. Sauls, a
CITIZENS BANK OF KISSIMMEE f;
,i'' to immediate investors, because figures of $1,100. But in the list the highly respected naval stores manufac-

i -. it is bound to grow in name of St. Cloud does not appear, although turer, whose place is at Hickman, near t

tIti 4 value. our, office was advanced from Cleveland, in DeSoto county. Mr. Sauls We have more Savings Accounts than any other Bank in ..
in Terms to suit. Call or write' fourth class to third class) and the sala- I takes his products in lighters, towed bya Osceola County.A 1

ih' : for information. ry placed at $1,500 That's going some launch, down Shell creek to 'his ship- Savings Bank loaned FREE. If you haven't procuredone
for a town less than two years oldIt ping station on the Atlantic Coast Line do so at once. \ i'
Railway, Cleveland.Up .
near
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may also interest our readers to. know --
to a few months he has had AKTHUK Pr dd.nt W. H. NOITOM.; Cuhtor ,
t'' PARK GARDENs that the.St. Cloud pos toffice has been ago E. DONBOAM. .
," legislated asan international money great difficulty, owing to the hyacinths, 1
We are selling 10-acre tracts in Park Gardens to'people who order office. Money can now -be sent in navigating the stream. Not long ago - 1 .
r 'I want the BEST there is on the market. Good soil, with excellent he noticed that the hyacinth were dying ---- ,--- =--=---_ -:-=--=- == =-- _:::-=
from St. Cloud to any country in the ,i
sub-soil and we guarantee FLOWING WELLS on these lands. and gradually disappearing. He
world with which we have postal ar
'ti =You can buy on moat favorable terms of payment and make rangements.There made an Investigation and found that ......................... :}

r' most of the money off the, land before having to pay for it. they were being devoured by a small, EMIL MACH ERNEST MACH * *J
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PINEDALE was a large attendance last ong-legged spider, somewhat resembling A.atl8..4ard Oil Co., ,
Monday evening of the league. The discussions the creature known to moot of ua *#:r t I
i Pinedale is the logical place for fine suburban homes. Just' related to specific and general as the "granddaddy. '"The spider not Z MACH: :IBIROS-: ;<'j:

outside the city limits, high and healthful locations, where you_get matters concerning the city's welfare. poisonous, and can be handled without tl

finest of lake breezes, and pretty view of the lake and see all over .Several committees' were .appointed, the least danger. Z Livery Feedand Sale Stable : :
r.a, .the city. viz: On city improvement with special Now, it 'a| a fact that up to a year ago ,

) reference to the proposed railroad crossIng Shell creek for miles was covered with Agt. International Harvesting Co. Z
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ROSE ADDITION on Massachusetts avenue, J. H. De- hyacinths, and It is also a fact that they : 1 ,

feet Graw, Dr. L W. Chandler and F. i E. hare now.completely disappeared. Mr. T :... KSNaa .tr3E:: : A.VY :I3A17: : >rxrrc+. :
Let us show you a large lot, 129xlS7i: a fine little farm, Sauls maintains that they were destroyed ,
1' well located, large enough for 'chicken. ranch and garden: Van Arsdale; on treet improvement to :
r' grove, 'by the spider. Everything new and first class.) We render prompt and
tttr Prices way down low and onterms almost J like finding property, take up with the City Council the quesiop -
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The matter is worth Immediate service
of'a tree line and parking distances certainly .. satisfactory day or night i" :

///v 'EUREKA ADDITION JO on the streets, G. F. Smith L. D.Frost : Investigation' with a view to rid ONE HALF BLOCK FROM PASSENGER DEPOTlKissimmee ', .
ding the St. Johns and others of our .
and S. W. Porter; on manufacturingS.D. ; }
We still have some I lots left/in Eureka Addition, pretty location Whipple, R. G. Widrig and L. O. riven as well as lakes of this great pestto I Z Fla. Phone 113 Z r'
lots enhance in navigation.It i
andsvaluable will value( rapidly. Highest property Bower. Several members .
y new reported
' 4o arouncSKissimmee, can look all over the town, and see the lake-- fdr and plans were proposed to begin a would doubtless be a good idea to .................... ...... 1 y'1'
miles fronxthls Nelsons about collect a lot of these spiders, crate them
sdlendid property. Sees it; terms and effort "to the .
+. i k systematic enlarge membership -
; prices are very, of the league. u" with water and hyacinth leaves and ./ "
favorable.ACRE transplant them, so to speak, to some ;'
T > FARMS I Ir spot' near Jacksonville, where their
We have already mentioned-the readiness work and value can.be observed. The
( We have some fin wo-acre farms fronting the city, beautiful witn which a proposition to organize experiment would cost but little and Osceola Lumber -1

location, land ellUUg'll keejvjhe boys out of mischief, and furnish a telephone company met with when might be undertaken by Jacksonville -
excellent home. The location iMdeal, the land rich, what more can a subscription paper was passed last your
Board of Trade.-A. P. Jordan,
w+ be desired? week and 2,000 worth of ,stock takenin -
Punta
Gorda Fla., May 15th, 1911. .
CITY HOI one day. Yesterday the subscribersmet Company -

with Captain S. J. Scriber in the Catholic Service.A .

it 4 Why pay rent! We can sell your homes eV rices that is almost chair and Dr. Eulenfield as secretary. _..
class of nineteen children of the DEALERS IN-r.----
: like paying rent, and you can 'soon'own your home. xBetter get busy After some discussion a resolution was
before the rush comes on-for it is sure to. .1V'Ie-: and then you will adopted to appoint a committee to perted Roman Catholic faith received first holy
L pay higher price. the organization and. take up the communion at the opera house Sunday, Rough and Dressed Lumber l i
June 11, 1911. Rev. Father Fox cele-
Come see u.. we have plenty good things to show you. question of securing a franchise from v"
brated mass at 7.30 and gave a very impressive -
the City Council. The following were
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;i named: Dr. E. D. Farris, Dr: N. L.ryan sermon to the children. The WINDOWS, DOORS E,'

> E. P. Dann.' Dr L. Eulengeld:: young ladies and children sang hymn.
D. LGill, Wm. Barber and G. C. Out- during the mass, accompanied with mu- SHINGLES, LATH, BRICK, LIME
--v i Nelson Realty Company law. Tljis committee was given au- sic by Miss Rosa Tress. As the chil- \\I

hority toxconstitute itself the first dren approached holy communion, Miss 'NOVELTV WORKS 1!
', OVER CITIZENS BANK KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA; board of directors and elect officers Mary Rogero rendered a march. The ,

This |Jt will proceetito do and take up opera house was beautifully decorated I"
the matter of a franchise next week with cut flowers and ferns furnished GENERAL BUILDING MATERIAL .

.. with the Council. >yKISSIMMEE by the young and married ladles and men J J.JIt

k of. the congregation. tAt .JIt Free Delivery to All Parts of City' tf .JIt ssonoteot 1II
3 o'clock In the afternoon the children ',
PAR J ,;
'... \ were enrolled in the brown acapu- I
r.and1 renewed their baptismal v6ws. Il:

"BUYWORDS""WALK tens of Interest From Our Busy There was also. a christening the little 'lJ
..... daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 14 G. Ca- :
I i . Neighbor Across the Lake. nova. Idls-sxTersa Dietz acted as god-
'-# >Iol>Iol>Ioaotea goa>Iot ataxx atasasotta. >Iasa>Ia>aC. .
mother.At .
and Heavy showers is the order of every
"WALK OVER" "DOROTHYDODD" the
r day-the end is not 6 o'clock Mohday morning Father A. CABSON. J. Ax CRAWFORD. 8. I* LUPFKR.S .
,iwk ' most popular buy words when it comes to shoes. Hickson.is supplying leL'Mr. all demandsfor Fox said mass, and the children were Proidmt. Vtev-Pmldnit... .ci.Urr

_L__ 'y, ... There; are reasons-three of them- J lumber. received in a body again. vThe clasp in-, .'. i.
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't COMFORT DURABILITY Mr. E. P. Arthurof Kissimmee is eluded Tony Rotunda, Charley Rotunda, (,
;; STYLE, erecting a one-story residence for Mr. :,James Dietz, Joseph Clement, Charles KISSIMMEE LUMBER CO.

7 These three degrees are fully guaranteed D. Wilson, on' the lake shore Rogero, Thomas Rotunda Robert .

''in the. purchase of I Several locators were brought over Schmidt Tony Rinaldo, Paul 1 Benter .. J

-, '. "WALK-OVERS for men, or last week by Mr. J. E. Mattocks. George Dietz, Ludwig Schmidt, Pau

"DOROTHY DODDS" ladies. Mr. R. Krause, who bought property Lucas, Margaret Fallough Elsie Dietz, 4t Rough and Dressed <. 'I..t
; Frances Tress, Carma Rotunda Thersa '
her> a. ihori time ago, was joined with .Yip{
:S,, ,vCome.in.and let us fi ,you properly. his family Monday. They expect US Dietz, Anna Schmidt and Mary Lucas.
C; make their home'In the Park. Little Leo Capova and Louise Rogero PINE LUMBER f

ri" .. Mr.. Henry Alvey and wife ,spent acted as candle bearer for the class. !
f'' "" C W.' D'A'NN Sunday at the Park. Masters Paul Benter an George Dietz ,

Mr. F.: Heaton returned'Saturday served at Mass. .
Exclusive Shoe Store.. . The congregation 'j in hopes of startIng ---" "
from"Jack.onvUle. .
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Miss Ida Crosby in klsslmmeeastrSatnrday. to--- soon.
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,Among. the .Park, visitors -last week office for 10 cents. '
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I feel sure your city dada will eventually ;

settle' these matter "regarding t Get Your .

'Letters From'AllPortsof, ,the.United StntosGivingGoott your streets, and settle them right.- -'!

Reasons "Why,,Our ,Council .Should'. ,Prohibit Yours triaI"J..tAEa,-r '

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tattle Running:.at Large on Our Streets., ... i I'' I i

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\ f : Editor of the Valley Gazette,,KlsBimmee -
Th following 'letter conclusive' of Kia.immepeople, and are encoutyj Fla. ,
argument why cattle should be.prohibited ' aged to' believe that the'present exigency , the
Dear Sirt have read Gazette
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from running ,at- I large1 onout ,will bt met and judiciously surmounted : f!
with much interest for some time past,
comment from ,,and that when\thfl *moksjof) J't
therefore any
.treets, ,. and,think that you represent the hustle .
battle has 'clearedhe bovine *will be .
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,Pe I* unneceuarv.----- and progresslvenes of a 'lnI'atUnK' and ,
,..
. .4 S . r eliminated 'frOm'th..treet.; and'thesame -....-...
4 that .progressive community.. In, many ,
spirit of goodfellowshlp\ ; has ,
u : Novinger.;;>to.', June 1
Nelson, Realty Co., Killlimmee,''FI.. existence will abide with you. some not entirely. 1 ".,1''l. f ,

Gentlemen; Your Jj splendid letter: of:i Give our best regard to our Klsstm- Regarding the negro, we of the North i /* V
the 13th to band together; with' the' met friends and retain,",for yourself are not, two-thirds' us, marrying ne '* .* r

Magazine Edition of the Valley' gruel, or wishing to, or' to have anyone to It lyou''pressaed .dO'B'-
Special arid company our' very kindliest. feel-, )Veare ready give, ;J i :
Gazette, all of which Is dull apprecla JoP'. else \Ho: so, or approving the mixingof : "

ted and bespeak for 'You the alertness Sincerely yours,: the races, a* so 'many Southern' papers and. running,.... over.. 'All''you've. got. ton do. is to.. mat,j 0.a. '

that characterizes a public-spirited: STROUP &; FRAMKFORD, seem to think, but we lb uld like / noise like Limo .Cement i Lumber '
buying something.
progressive citizen. -' 13y'F A. STBOUP.. to see the negro, make a man of himself ( f

. .. and to give him .encouragement to do in theOSCEOLA ii dini ateiiaUlne;. _._...._ ,
Permit us to thapk. you for this.Special everything r _,,, r
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1 so. ,If any man, frlV' olUll'blterla-eon.. \
Magazine Edition: of th.J/Valley -- --NewvorkJunrl6,1911.Valley ,
tinually kicked and. told be is a brute <
Gazette-it Is, indeed a work of-art, a Gazette, Kjsslmmee, Flsu ,
and will be else he will -
never anything '
j masterful portrayal of the agricultural, Gentlemen: Enclosed please find my '
never have self-respect that.I, the .
,'r horticultural, fruitgrowingstock- check for $60, In payment of my'contract "
i foundation of all civilization and decency
raising And general adoption of the for half page In your Special; Edt '
black white. We, are'all .
or GO.S.
! country rThe educational Advantage tion. I want to congratulate you, uponIbis HARDWARE .
.
shocked at the awful brutality shown ;. ,
are 'pronounced In an impressive man splendid piece of work.) It reflects J.
1 ner; the description 'of climate and great credit on'your office and also on, by negro men toward white women, but 5 1- JLUPFER, Manage*] F -t. "
and I the writer'has lived
landscape is truly typical of the real our town. Please,send me half a dozen you ( a num-

. 1 magnificent splendor, and last, but first copies<< here, and deliver to,my office the ber of years 'in the-.South) know personally r,, i

J J to me, the ideal pleasures of sports balance ofhe copies coming to me. of terrible, cruelty shown negro
women by white men. We sometimes
; afield-hunting.'and fi.bmg"n all a If you have any extras for distribution, .
.+ how short distance have
forget a we .
'I wonderous compilation of sturdy facts, I could use a few to good advantage .
traveled with centuries of civilization - ,
many
v vividly told. The editors are to be eon her. ,
the J. M. WILL JR. back of us, and curse the negro -
ii gratulated for their efficiency, and ; .
because he has not come further with a i
I .
y
of Kissimmee and vicinity in securing -
people few centuries of Civilization behind LUMBER LATHS: MOULDlNQS ,HINQLI*
y
the services of such an able Minneapolis, Min!)., May'19, 1911. I
him arid such examples of it before
I writer. Such rousing revelations can- Mr. W. B. Harris, Editor Valley Ga- ,
him. But I do not expect to change
not but attract the attention cf many ietle.

people' to the extensive resources and Dear Sir;; I' am a subscriber for your opiniou and you cannot change
1
rr possibilities of your country, and this, your paper, and have a friend\ Mr.. .mine. and

coupled with Johe affiliation of your axe Mary Larson, at Nymore, Minn., who Regarding your mayor's jailor'sthejie .

cellent progressive citizenship, constitutes I believe would be interested in your corn bread and water diet foi "" ..'" .. M
who would not work, one wbuld: .. ., '
an amalgamation of virtues capable locality If she could have your paper gro ap (Formerly McNalr & SonJ N '
I of it heartily for su case,
' of satisfying the moat fastidious. for a short tii 'e. I understand the prove any ph Building Florida
iN' black or white. Dyal-Upchurch :, JlcIuonvtHe, ,
the Valley Ga- Commissioners send it free for a shert
f. We notice through Let me encourage your fight for "no Shipment made to any part or the state.i, Our stock Is made from the best timber- Florida, Is, well man
t trouble is being time, and 1 believe that-wben the time '
: fc zette that considerable I cows at large." We went through the ufactured and carefully graded, and our facilities for filling order for carload lot are'exceptionally, good..
in reaching amicable runs out she will order the paper sent '
r'. : encountered! same trouble and met the same arguments -
stock law. This to her.
conclusion in city
'I your Our widows still sur-
1r .. years ago.
' is somewhat amusing, and yet we un- I appreciate your paper very much;
viva, a and happy .
prosperous company.We
deratand that it has a very serious sideas always looking for Mr. Rex's story,
have hundred and
over one twentyin
, well 'as humorous one. Taking a and was very much pleased with your ,
this town, and they numbered
are
liberal view, one can readily realize answer to the two ladies in regard to our wealthiest -citizens- andif ..

those who are the beneficiaries oft the colored race. I am a Northerner, among .
that .
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I they ,cannot find pasture, they easily .
.I?: this franchise should be reluctant about but believe I can see through a black
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. buy what, milk they need. They and 1.
Will be Southerner before
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it being'revoked, having enjoyed this man. a
our working men have of our
; privilege for a number of years, the long, and you will find me on the right most beautiful lawns and many beetkept famous"No.4QOSpting. : '
resolve itself side when I get down there.
custom would naturally
gardens. ; with scarcely a front or side
into the '\: feeling, on their part, that Thanking in advance, I am, 'the.
fence to mar the beautiful effect of the
, Bed" is constructed of:
they are being imposed upon and inconsiderately ] Yours truly, park-like stretch of lawn from streetto mH ;
thl.I C. BUNNELL.
rescinding
treated
by
.- street and out to the gutter ip front., *steel 4
right they have so long enjoyed. Very Towering shade trees,no longer injured best quality Acme: ,

careful thought,should mark one's judgment Providence; Jl. L, June 13, 191L the cattle line make '
by the streets and
I in passing on the attitude of W. B. Harris, Kissimmee, Fla. with cement walks and pavements retemperfd wire. :(t.S'

others; thorough deliberation frequently Dear Sir: Although net at present i
(which no "inter-urban" line will be
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verdict. In this instance resident of I still have interest N ;
averts an unjust
your city, an oemper'dtenam=
allowed to ruin), one of'the most beau- ;
the Importance of acting wisely : in its welfare. 1 see by your tiful of the smaller cities of our state; ()_ -. - __
of is indeed obvious. You are all neighbors paper you have a few'of what everyplace - -- eledrii"srproof' andS '
as your pJacewybjHfjQUwininyourfight ;
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with interest, and cln hal-10m. kL-fosails ,
a common ofxthjsj> IJ: ;;having .eo delightful a climate,
not afford to do anything that will mar call them They not '
progressive! such a beautiful lake,pleasant homes .. M
the amicable feeling that now exist, absolutelynoiseless...
and would binder others from being so. surroundings and people which I hopesomeday.npt .
nor?that would provoke any discord It seems to me if you are not able any L '
", thai Ultimately rent asunder the organizations other way to get rid of the cows run- for myself.: too. far, distant. to see J The "#o. 400 Spring'Bed"' Is the' .

nowhave that workn! ning' at large might make the 'T.E.lf1P.EEiE'LJ most permanently constructed bed of
I' you you ; Wishing you success.ii>:.your efforts1 ;t : : : ,
.such perfect harmony for the industrial owners p '.damage 'done. by the cows for air that is good'/true and beautiful l, its kind. ''It can be used as.roughly
, commercial and social uplift of your to private' property, and after a' 'few :: I'
tt I am, yours truly, you please, but it retains Itsifine\ elastic- '
\>y ity. With these thoughts .foremost times being fined, the owners would .
HERBERT
M. WILLIAMS.BARB'ER Jty springiness 'and unequalled "hold-
in our minds, we should act discreetly. find it cheaper to pasture the cows on ,

With this admonition, the writer is of tbeir.. own land, fenced in, or tied'so LESS together..' ? .

I the opinion that cows or other stock, they could not molest the public. I 01 "' "It',just:like sleeping an airship"

or poultry, should-not be permitted to'' not not imagine persOn being so selfish one customer writes, for the spring allows "

If run at large. They are decidedly, to as to retard the growth of their the mattress to yield to everY outline .

''i my mind, a, nuisance from every standpoint city and beautifying it, by allowing I Kenneth D. Butle NY' of the body's form, and yet sustains'
(j of the average property owner in their cows to run ,at large. 'think it :;'

tf: 4 the cityIt is ,quite rare to see such safe to say the owners of these cows I you in perfect ease, rest: and comfort. .;

y 4". condition. exist in any town; In fact, do not have their grounds fixed up with It is the only spring bed made that ';

y r Kissimmee is the first and only place I nice lawns and plants growing them. SHOP adjusts the mattress to all lines"of the body, regardless of attitude. Sleep on your ? ,.

a' knw of Its practice existing. With I I hope you will soon get rid of this -
: side back are always perfectly at rqst.
or you
''f' cows or other stock running loose, trouble some way or other. Cold Drinks S C1 "400. he is but of them write '
@ lawns must be fenced, which acts Yours for success, Ask your dealer especially for the If us ;:

t against the beauty of the residentL H. )f. PORTER. I 2ar5,1 direct for information and: prices, and, by all means delay your purchase,until you :

property, (aside" front the expense); Kisstmntee, Fla hear from us. ,.,'\ .

t they are frequently in the road of Santa Cruz., Calif.. June 9, 1911. < ,

traffic; add filth to the street, which Editor Kls.iminee'Valley Gazette. GHOLSTIN.CUNNINGHAM SPRING BED CO.,. -#

dtaws flies and disease, and are notI Dar Sir: Some friend in your cityis Manufacturer Atlanta Ga.'S .
i pretty to looK at. 'The only persons
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'' sending me your newsy paper-they .
tK who are benefited are the ones who { have my thanks.I Time to plan your 1 I
[V own the cows'or other animals, and If I I- interested the controversy 'S :

their interest in the city's welfare can about allowing cows to roam your SUMMDVACATION ,

l' be properly conceived, they will agree< J''streets.' Our city settled this matter ON THE BEACH ,

::1 4 that metropolitan pasture is not just! '
years ago and settled l It right. No Write to 'i! '
flable, .the custom is antiquated, and r
; ? stock of any kind, not even a chickenis "
, '. never was prevalent only in new coun- j. allowed on the streets. The fences LEN'INGTON

.:. "' .,-'t. tries.. Kissimmee, we believe, has outgrown are taken away, and the beautiful MRS. A. S.: ,.. ". !

this tooth-cutting stage and 1,1 lawns and flower gardens are all opento Dayton Beach, Fla. I The No. 4OO Spring Bed
<" nAw a full-fledged! city with'a. right the street.Same .. : /.

'S exert her influences against this obnpx-; of my relatives have located in o For terms of Noiseless. Rustles, OU Tempered Black

iy lou* situation, a* she ha shown herself your city, and 'others are coming as and board rooms Enamel. Smooth Surface, Comfortable. I. k '

'S aJ manifestly proficient in alr-shipleg- lOOn .. they can dispose of their property .. ..REASONABLESILVER Sanitary Easy to Handle. I W,

l lalation. and settle up their business, and )\( ---

r When we visit your city again, we am sure they would dislike the prospectif : BEACH" Guaranteed for .5 years

hope to find the bovine specie In multi- they found cows at large 'on\ the LODGE A' ,

plied 'quantity,.for we like their product streets. J. H. Eby and the Morrow. on Ocean 'Avepue: ; ',,' tla

s but we sincerely hope they will be family of your city are my cousins Beach front, eastern- '
exposure
i found in their ; the have ) '
proper n-ahns/amld Another matter you under discussion -

I green verdure of the meadows par is that of double tracking your r t

-3 terse, studded with buttercup., daisies, 14'aeta. I say to you-"don't." ,'

,1 and bluebells- taking their rest beneaththe A few year ago our city unwittingly .

,, stately pine, and enjoying every granted 0. franchise to the trolley company .

comfoft that these* noble beasts* deserve to' dodble. track our principal ;11'RAYSTONE:; 1. . I

rather (han' browsing on the street A line on each side next to the "

?, ., tenderly cared-for house 'plants and pavement,'and a carriage road in the -....:.. : 21GetYour I.

t :!yard ornamentation of lW city's* industrious center. ,Since the! automobile have] ,,-.- -

matron'and loitering. about oil become so numerous there are r Mil AU "nul 4 ...( _ ;. .\\\I.\ .
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,,1 the.streets and sidewalks, sheltering in occurring'every day= ... -
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the, recesses of the bu.tneu'houa-,, resulting in deaths.' Our city la a acCI-1 2.i E'fO ;;, -: '- : : '1. .;?: ; '; 'i' ";/' :

that due to their use cannot build fen pleasure"resort,. p'.Monterey'Bay..' by week-or month. XTfTKnosuMfri Cofthe"Sp :
da1Mq. -* '
:' CI I-:Around. their property,::'W.-have'great millton-dollar hotel;adjolaing the" I ..i' .TC'iTwna lifr 7; I .: opy The .. re'' .6.-nFast p
Edison of tbs Valley Caaette; .
faith (in the wisdom'and prudence nificent( Casino i* just finished. Many\ i**+*I.. *I' Ii i i n i .*.**. I "' ., > ,

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Street f. TWRMTY-FIVE PER CENT .. .. '
Franklin '. Phone 555 ., '
i -.: *'P .1"I1""I... <1I""< i i Ij 12-half gallon size. _,, ,,..t. i.. .- 42 cU,. 1 .

)' S : 7rAMPA;; != I.... O. FrJ IDA;. "*N l ", i Ti '.*"" >. cti t .'
tho other '
I' ". off their regular prices, which ,are cheaper.than 12 on..quart size 47; ,
: fellow's without this reduction, when actual ''''value are taken "
into stock consists, of the finest of millinery 12 pint size. .. .. 73 cts.
,i: .A'1:' For the Week[ Ending:July. 1 st consideration. Their}
: .,' goods, large. and well selected stock, showing models of. "

1 ', I' ,We are making special display.of our entire .llne. DOORS" WINDOWS PAINTS HARDWARE 'r.

a h I 'Not in the state Is there a more complete line of goods NEW YORK LONDON PARISIAN. .

. of Ute high chracterlhat, we.carry. Our prices are \ . 8ASOUHE ENGINES and .PUMPS I,r.
c. 3Y always consistent with the quality of the merchandise. STAPLES, .FADS and FANCIESThey
Ask i
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We pay your niJread'fare: Tratuportatioi
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TO VISITING SHOPPERS: -' _
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Association, ana'pay your fare both. ways' subjqct to i are members of the Tampa Trade Extension Jiiljsborough Hardware C mpdny.I
the rules of the organization. Association, and will pay your fare to Tampa and :
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back home again, subject to the rule governing the P ors .
WHlLE'IN THE CITY MAKE OUR STORE* YOUR HEADQUARTER, organization. r- -t------------:- X1/4-JJJ2.. *'i*****Jf.I Jt Se.ee i',

ti. Leave your packages with us. Use our telephone.. Tetrrlpelf rlor..ida ..

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TO: SHOW OUR FREE FARES *> TAMPAby SPECIAL NEXT WEEKNext

APPRECIATION '
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..1 y ai To all excursionists visiting our Immense store MIl or WATER for j

' ( While in our fair city, we will present to you.
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with our compliments, a complete KITCHEN OUT OF TOWN CUSTOMERS week we will\ make a special display of :
'? SHOWER consisting of twelve useful articles. desks, iiling cabinets and safes.

FREE Every Day in the Year .i
THIS IS ABSOLUTELY
We are agents/ in South Florida for the cele- i

brated L. C. Smith Tyoewriter and will give
No strings are on this offer-you don't have 'to i
'' ; 1''?': ;I purchase penny's. worth. FARES REFUNDED: BY FIRST NATIONAL BANKThe demonstrations' at .our office Thursday June \
j' ]' ;- Call and ask for this kitchen shower all nicely 29th. We are also agents for the Kansas City
packed in a cardboard box. Automatic Computing; Scales.
r : t's a real treat to show you through our beautiful ). Tampa Trade Extension Association is a co-operative- ,
1 store. 'Better come. organization: of 83 of Tampa's leading business houses, comprising J I
t every line of business. It was formed for the purpose of We make a specialty of seats for moving pic-

f- k '' { the out of town ahopper on an equal footing.with people ture shows, churches and schools. "

i;', WE MEET AND GO ONE BETTER EVERY NORTHERN I located in Tampa by paying their railroad or boat-cares. :
Tampa's stores compare favorably with any in the south, Our sales rooms are located near the Atlantic y
'' MAIL ORDER PRICE offering at they do a metropolitan stock at prices as low as can Coast Line depot, and we want all visitors to
be obtained in the .
any place country
Tampa next week to call and see us.

p Try us once .,"We save you money" '- rll r SHOP IN TAMPA WITH THE MEMBERS OF THE Extension .
r' i As members of the Tampa Trade
TAMPA TRADE EXTENSION ASSOCIATIONAND
u; Association we will pay your railrpad fare to 1
FARES WILL BE PAID
Li, I We are members of the Tampa Trade Extension YOUR Tampa and return, according to the rules of the '
x' Association and pay your railroad fare to Tampa BOTH WAYS SUBJECT TO association. .t.
ana return THE RULES OF THEASSOCIATION .
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Regar-Beckwith Supply Comp'y
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;..COMPk&I3TB. > 'HOUSE-BURNISHBRS* TAMPA TRADE EXTENSION ASSOCIATIONdeck 206 ZACK STREET, TAMPA, FLORIDA t

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work and the efficiency of the steel pil- including that portion of the deckwhicii Cuban people would consider it an-
IN A f EW[ WEEKSTbpjYorliWHi ing assuring them a successful issue of covered the motive power of the honor and a duty to join with the < -
; the undertaking. vessel, is bare, as also is a part imme United States in paying a fitting tributeto
.r---- There are some engineers however diately forward of the engine room section the yeasel which had enaeted-such-a
i p A',.j, who are doubtful of theeffctencyok but- this latter part of' the! deck profound role in the. destinies of his ROISS GRAVES
..Know-WbatCaused the- -caissons t/r resist"the tremendous reared itself upward in a grotesque and country. He stated that all .of the i.
f pressure when the cofferdam is freed massive jagged outline when the explosion marine force of the Cuban nation would
; lhe j .. PCS traction of the:Battleship from water. They bold that the steel destroyed the ship. That great assemble to join with the more power- CARRIES COMPLETE STOCK OP
piling being but twenty feet in the bot- forward turret which was a part of ful ships of the United States in pay-
: Maine. tom of the harbor and fifty-five feet this portion of the deck has disappeared ing a long delayed and loving honor to
ft- -'_- above/ overbalances them, especially altogether. The top of It was found the Maine and to the heroes who perished HARDWAREPAINTS
,\ when it la considered that a wall of lying on the bottom of the harbor some in,that revered ship . s, I
+,: >Havana, Cuba June -'Interest in water fifty-two feet high will be press months ago when the preliminary work LEON J. CANOVA.' ,
I''' .the.work: now being carried on at the log against them with such a constant was being done on the caissons. It had ; OILS' ,, FENCE, WIRE AND STOVES
,' wreck of the Maine Is becoming keener and overwhelming force These engineers been blown away about seventy-flve \ '""" *3- "?" }
k because ''it has reached an advanced claim that a comb of truss work feet from the ship. It was expectedthat DESTROYS SLEEP AND. SELLS, THEM AT 11XTREMl1LY; LOW PRIDE.BROADWAY .
; stage when long delayed developments will have to be built on the inside of the the balance of this turret would be : .
may be made at almost any moment dam to prevent the caissons from being found attached to the deck structure,
t'' .The United States government has an forced inward, asserting that such a but it is now evident that the force of KISSIMMEE.IFLORIDA, \
.' Many
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q and a dark room has been arranged for and will not interfere with the ,.,.,.'
him on one of the large dredges' ": moored work, aa.there is ample space. bay.One thing was very noticeable, and TfalB. "
.. t, at the acene of the work. It is the intention The appearance of that part of the that was that the after-deck, from a You can't sleep at night, I ,"\
: ,' of the government to taken have of a wreck now to be seen only exaggerates point just forward of the after turret, With aches and pains of a bad back
f i+ complete series of pictures the idea of the catastrophe gathered shows a decided list to port, while theengineroom
? every stage of the work,in such a man- from a view of that portion of the section sits plumb in the I I When you have to get. up from urina PRgG Stop At Our Garage 'I
,'' .,; ner that every feature of the wreck wreck which has been above water all water. The after-deck la.probably in ry troubles, G F
will become a matter of record. these years. Men are now at work its'original position, but the great force : i...All on account of the kidneys. and you will notice to your satisfaction rr.
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Recently, in speaking with one of th..nglneen he cleaning and scraping;, off the submarine of the explosion, having been just for I'! Doan's Kidney Pills brings peaceful AUTO the fine display of motor '
of the work,
in
j charge growth while the engineers are ex- ward of the engine rooms, twisted that 'I RpAHt cars we have forLivery
would be alI
t stated that other persons amining the bent and torn steel as they of the ship; the engines being set slumber.
lowed? to take photographs, but it would go ei fig. i low however, their extra weight made I They are for kidney ills. SHOP and Sale
$ probably by special 'permission, especially ,' Captain! Wm. A. Ferguson, brotherof that portion of the wreck settle to the Mrs. R. L. Seaver, West Portage;
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r so in regard to the lower part, of-ihe We are agents for the celebrated
Captain H. B. Ferguson, one bottom in an upright position.The street, Kissimmee, Fla., says: "1 think ,
where the first effects of
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r of the engineers in charge of the work, a greatest destruction seems to EMF Automobile. You can bny
the explosion would be shown. In case naval constructor, has been ordered have occurred in the forward part of just as highly of Doan's Kidney Pills today pleasure for the price
such pennisalon was granted, the negatives from his post aa' commander of the the vessel, where the magazines were I as I did when I publicly recom- same you
or: original plates of such pic- Boston navy yard, to-this city to witness located, and from what can be seen it mended them some yeara ago. Back- will have to pay for trouble. A
.- 't, tares would be required of these would unofficial be the operations now in progress. appears that the explosives on board ache caused me a great amount of suffering /"EKE Tittle investigation will convince
This
Iv+, , photographers. In addition to him, General William H. had much to do. with the thorough destruction you- '
N 4. don. so the government would have the Bixby, chief of the engineer corps U. of the Maine, although the and.there was soreness throughmy -AS 00 D AS NEW. '.
'r k4 .originals ofall photographs' taken of S. A., and Captain J. D. Tilford, of the primary explosion may have occurred loins that made it very difficult for Steam Vulcanizing and Repairing, '.
th wreck.This . quartermaster's department, are to externally. It is too early to form an me to stoop. I was also bothered by
precaution is to be taken to prevent come to Havana shortly to be present from the of what Griff"irt.'s
opinion appearance I the kidney secretions, and I slept so : Gara.geMILLER
% fake
the circulation of pictures
; while the work ia under way. The latter can be seen, and the engineers now assert
being taken seriously, for with all the official designated to take charge that it.will be three or four week I poorly thst-w nen T got up in the morn- BUILDING BROADWAY /
t v originals in the pccsesslon of the government ot any remains which may be recovered before they get the cofferdam thoroughly ing I was 'all tired out. Doan'a Kidney '
q, '1 no one could successfully deceive from the wreck, as well as to be the pumped out. It is not likely that Pills, which I obtained at the Kissimmee : :

M1 t". a' ' w ,:"_aide":'of the it, however public.' The is the more evil or serious dangerous salvaged.custodian of any material which may be any reached positive until all determination of the water and can mud be Drug Co., gave nie relief from good aU ;;;.......................

!.Jf..J" : Durooae- to which such pictures LEON J. CANOVA.I Is removed, for until then it will be Impossible -- these troubles and restored me to b.
( nighr be applied. It, any person or for a complete ocular survey health." _

; & ; ,publication situation desired for to the create United an embarrassing States- Havana Cuba, June 17.-For the' tube made. For sale by an dealers. Price 60 eta i Improve Your Orange Crop.
.ari; government it would be an matter first time since that sunny February The continuous rains for the past Foster-MilburnCo., Buffalo N. Y., sole I
f once having of reprinting 16th,' thirteen years and four months week have delayed the work and caused agents for the United States.
d remains to manipulate the ago, the decks of the Maine felt the a great deal of inconvenience. It was
%*'s of it, by adding or removing some fea. warm rays of the sun upon them day intended that the 'clay in the caissons Remember thee JlamDoan'landtake UP TO YOU-Your crop has a good start; your trees will '
?' ture. CM to completely rifrsr it from the before yesterday when the water was should gradually dry out as the water no other. : ITS their best ; but they must have the right kind of plant foodto
?, original. Under,, the rule established, lowered m the cofferdam surroundingthe was lowered in the cofferdam, but the Happy'Man.' help them hold mature\ the fruit they now'hsve'to Increase Aji .
f r .. ouch BUT attempt would be exposed tinr wreck of the destroyed battleship heavy rain have defeated this. plan for The"I married. Who is its shipping qualities, to trees and to jir
,I. ': mediately. ; sufficiently to bring-the decks, or what .-- bear abe I ia to be. ; : give to the fruit the true atrengthCn. I nothing can
.. "Work of 'pumping out the great' cofferdam remained of them, above the surface tlGeTw" Bixby. Col. W. M. Black the ffattberLdpplncott's counterfeit. And that's why the citrus
tIti surrounding the ",reel!: has begun of the water which had so long'eddied and Ueuu-Col. M. M. Patrick are here, Her growers are always careful to get .
i and will proceed In cautious stages above them. and also O. B. Jenkins, an undertakerfrom .
i ia (void any sudden strain on the unmense ..But it was a very different appearing Washington who has been sent to Armour's Orange Fruiter, .
'- cal.sonz..The water baa been deck from that on which the white uni' take' charge at any human remains Arm ur* *-Frufit and Vine orArmour's
{ lowered on the first effort at pumpingv.atont formed officers paraded, where every :which may be recovered. The collier 6r1; ,
;' five feet and this was done de- detail of -the ,brass, work was highly, Leonidas is anchored near the wreck Blood, Bone and Potash
? .. tsplte/ the fact that the caisson which polished and ever,.- appointment be- and will be Used as a receiving ship for I The Florida
!; 1 collapsed, *. reported in. this corr.a .- pokv.the highest discipline and pride. 'I any material which may be .salvaged The fertilizer\ exactly adapted to :your grove is in the Armour line,
.rrY Ipond.neIODI.' weeks ago has.'not What we see today ia buf-the semblance from the wreck. :rot'ruok.i..iKl fruit rrow.r.. Bar |I so why of their experience T A post card will' '
I t :y. .-been,r entirely: repaired. Alto the: steel of a ship, and even where it ia : Plans are now being studied to give I folks who want to,know about month Flnr- J I bring full information. ye' l
piling composing tile circle of this particular not twisted into frightful contortions, I the remain of the Maine an impressive Ice ly.2Ae.ndlOo w.eklyisi.u per ton veer lane; trial, I I IH : Better USE "ARMOUR'S": than ."wish you bad- . J
,i L caisson have been driven home the growth of barnacles stands out all i military riall8t sea as soon as the li.arlpl4ouDMoo. a.rpprjer.BrlM.Ctxn. : --- --
' and the caisson is now filled with clay, over it, like an unsightly eruption, and cause of the explosion has been deter ,
t, bill at the time the water was lowered the remnant of'that glorious Teasel appears mined. It Is likely that the United THE F.LORIDA.{ GROWER : A-- ED BY . ::r0
in the cofferdam it was filled only with to be. much wreckage as .States will send number of Its most. SOO Florid. A......,.fa. if>e>pu.. ,
1 tt ''water.: .Wben the pumps began lowering the sunken aver or .the. .block de runner . !, powerful war -Teasels to act as an es J' 0\\ .. IJ WORKS ; 'f
towed
a the' fevel' Idlllde" ,the dam, the of the past century< eon t9 the remains as they are, ... 2
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'ff'x water in this caisson "remained stationary The'forward part of the d.ckls.Uil out into the Florida Straits. President .. ,. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA ;,.'l
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ed.. I* th/a/ alt T 1* this great numofvictims bel' COWPEAS . ,
1 '' all the h voc the licensed
W. C. T.: U. saloon wrought tbe put 1908 *t -. : '
: ,has :," EVERY;?
There are 230,000 fallen girl. (en :the .yield of Hay Per Acre and the Tune e TESTHAItltlS,I ,

YOU United States;SO per cent of Ihera'frets i BKOP

.t Alone we"can doittle, Separated Christian homes or Sunday school'",.and,j, to Plant. ?, COUNTS ,;

w, are the unit. of Weakness; but aggregated I three fourths from country'' homes i j There are t>.,robably"more than L a hundred OILS i

we become,"batteries of pow Moat of.these ''have been decoyed Into. dfetinct varieties>!! of 'o peaL :

GET WISE er, Agitate,..educate, organize-:these this life by one-otthe many trick used 'Out of this large number we have only HAVE BEEN TESTED ( r

are.the desthleu.watchwords. of."suc- In the seduction of girls, 'to supply the found two that \we can recommend to. : ."and t'

cess. The finger of the band' can do demand creaiml'by the use of ,a3cot olio the farmers of. Florida.: ''During the! PROVED on ROAD and TRACK "

little,, alone, but correlated into a fist liquors.. -Ther.*re 60,000 of our ,beau: put three year the Experiment Station .'

they, become formidable.'' The plank ,tiful) Am ale n girls dragged: into'> life has (teited 110'' kind of 'eowpea. e is n thfnlJo doubt 'ab ut. their t

borne here and there by the sport of.the of shams each :year; 5000 each month; From among these .we have found two QyALrnr.EFFIClNCY and ECONOMY. a i

rtfc 'looking w.ve"l i' an,, .Image',of' imbecility, but 170 each days or.'fc: young life blasted aorta,'the Iron and the Brabham thatarewell"iuitid'to freedom. f rom,:leposlt on cylinder
Here's the place you're for '
.: 4 the establishment that has fresh complete -- ,frame a thousand planks of heart of oak; wrecked;ruined forever,'/every' eight : : Florid*,conditional and soark', plugs, .and greater mileage ,

stocks of.alt the popular brands intd a hull put Ip your, engine with its minute They are. the beat for n*because they per gallon Insures more power, least wear y .
of cigar and tobaccos....that keep them heart of fireTSt.; 'out your ship, and it May God ,have mercy on our\ land: i are the tonly kinds yet known that are and longer life to all moving &''rta.. All fG

Just right and that wants.is able to meet yourmost ,,' shall cross it a right angle; those same 'with such a wholesale slaughter of our resistant to ryot-knot, and because supply houses or direct. .from : V

"Get exacting. to this! establishment and waves to'the port it baa purposed to at- girl.' Whose girl 1 II safe I* yours, they produce more hay than any other L T. BALDRICK; Sales Agent and Dktdtu'tor TAMPA FLA.

you'll always come here for. ,a GOAD, taIn. We want all those likemindedwith father mother. It would be Impossible variety.On ,. ,
us, who would put: down the dram for this hellish business to be perpetuated July 27, 1909 a field was plantedto .. .. 0'j
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cigar.Bryan & Lorenz shop exalt the home, redeem manhood but for the liquor traffic; because Brabham cowpeas, which when harvested .
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I)nd uplift womanhood, to join hand alcohol Invariably goes to the base of on October 4, sixty-eight; days j A f

LUNCH COUNTER with us for organized work accordingto the brain,'arousing the animal passions, after planting gave a yield of 4096 -g0W ABOUT'
: THATIRMGATIOHTEAW
CIGARSudTOBACCQS= I a plan:Francis E. Willard. hence the great demand for our daugh- 'pounl'i of cured hay per acre. A variety IiV

ters by drinking menu The moon ele- ,teat wa conducted last year with '

POOL PARLOR f Temperance newspaper would be ment with emphasis aay.: "we will p.y' eight aorta, the seed being, both drilled I

glad to receive liquor advertisements if 'into,your school. treasury the coming ail sown broadcast The results were __

they were as frank' In statement'u'ie year whatever your town' agree upon as follows : ,

::I.... MoCA.LLTSTERKitsaimmee's: : the following: for a license for the sale of Intoxicating Broad- We are headquarter for Gasoline' Engines , i
Yield of Hay Per Acre cast. DHL
: ::: ::: "Friends and Neighbor: I am grateful liquor and while you are using the .,. Ib*. Ibi. +wtiirrate., 'yak Pompe..te."r'"

Well" 3Drtller4s for past favors, and having suppliedmy funds to educate your children, we Brabham. . . . . . , 2320 2520 Set u* figure.with(you. 8

.store with fine line of choice liquors promise faithfully drag down to a New Era . . . . . 1530 '1060 Office and dOL.seR Nebraska Ave. 'ULME'R'I MACHINERY f

prepared to drill v allow me to inform you that I shall drunkard's grave 100.000 more of our Red Ripper . . . . . . 1600 1312 . GO.

continue to make drunkards, pauper promising young men, destroy as mny Unknown . . . . . 1050" 2056 Phone 2128-L.. TAMPA, FLA.. "/

ARTESIAN WELLS and beggar for the sober, industrious, homes as this may represent, and Iron' . . . .. . . . 1700 2012 2F/f/ '

respectable part of the community( Jo break the :hearts of the fond . , . . 1250 1837 '
in any section, of Florida. support My liquors will excite riot, mothers and fathers of these home's. Whippoorwill.Groit . , . . ." 1050 962 ............................' _' ......_---_.._.._,....... """ ...,---. f'k

robbery and bloodshed. "We promise to put up most of the Peerless ." .. . . . ..1650 2231.Auring WHAT. IT MEANS i
4 Ten years of successful Well "They will diminish your comforts!, fund tn taking care of our victims In -
i
Drilling I. a Guarantee of my June and July will be founda Mapy: people do not know what s Bank's Capital la for.or the difference be
Ability to produce the best increase your expenses and shorten life. court; we promise to degrade; your so- good time to plant They tween(bank of little or no capital and one with. a""' /..capital.
resulte.TWO I shall confidently recommend them assure c be much
I to multiply fatal accidents! and Incurable they will desert their homes, leaving can planted ; !. the hud that protacta the dapoaltora from loas.therefore the tarter. It Is toe
starve for want of the but if sown much before June 15, they mater. protection the depositors b.... This bank has a
their families to
1 AND 'FOUR INCH diseases."They will mature and be ready to harvest Capital _..................,.............,.....fIIOoOo-
will deprive sonje; of life, others provisions that he would have purchased "8arolwfaes.................................. 13.600 00
WELLS A SPECIALTY Of reason many of character and all with the money they will pay into during: the season of the year when we .Stockholder liability: ......,................. 6ooooeo .
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of peace. They will make fathers their coffers. If this is not enough to lire likely to have considerable rainfall.At A total of.. ........ ..................:. 112l. CJO 00 4
this season o'f the year It will\ be Tbla means that we moat 1.1113,000.00 before oar depositor peaM lose a _
children the American voter to renew
brutes, wives widows orphans, persuade
P. O. Box 344 found almost impossible it) Wave the a n t. Thli protection Is. for YOO. I
and all poor. I will train your son in our license for another"year, we promise .
i I :ICleemana.ee.World: ::: ::: Florida infidelity dissipation, immorality and to add in proportion to the demandfor hay. STATE BANK OF KISSIMMEEKieaeaiMiwii ,
I The requires a warn growing
_. ______. uu_. __ ._ every other vice. I will endeavor to drink to the heartaches misery, cowpea A It .! --or- ',.
for its best development. .
corrupt your ministers of religion, obstruct hunger destitution suicide, murder and season IwI.O..1DA.O. .
; Famous the gospel defile the church and death in general.We only needs a short growing period from = A. CARSON JOHN If. LKBVloaPraaldaDt. N. a. CARBON t
sixty to eighty days it can be used to = President Cackle
cause as much misery and wretchedness will continue to fill your hospitals good; advantage as a cat, h-crop or an &...- _....Nn.an.. ........-...sssan. a.e..eaNeenane ..sae. ..,' V ,

as I can. asylvms penitentiaries, brothels, It can be planted after ie
"SCOUTS;? "I 1 have paid my license and the traf- almshou es and graveyards and as: a after-crop.
the
that can be harvested by
fic is lawful, and if I don't sell it somebody final inducement we promise to drag any crop .
first of July. Therefore it fits in well
i4a will. I know the Bible says to shame and disgrace 60,000< of your V
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Now on Sale "Then shall not kill; no drurfkard' shall daughters. If you have any doubts as crops.after spring Cowpea and can summer also be vegetable planted LET US DO YOUfcVULCANIZING .' r: .k

i enter the kingdom of heaven and I do to our sincerity in this matter all we .
after oats, and can be.sown in the cornfield
( Npw's your chance to get the x, not expect the drunkard-maker to fare ask you to do is| to refer to our past
at the last cultivation of the corn.
"Bo Scout" Shoe boy.- ,
,
any better but I want an easy living record.
that world' famous shoe In this latter case the crop requires but
and I have resolved to the
l about have read (L gather wagesof The the accursed
which you coming year liquor little attention after planting until
so much '|o the'magazines iniquity! .and fatten on the ruin of my traffic will call for 100.000 more of our harvest. We have a first-class plant with expert work.
ready.to
It's maklnjfjust, as big: a hit species. '
m'en in work 'guaranteed and
promising young men. well-cured hay charge. All turned
In this town as It has made In : therefore business Comparing eowpea
1 shall .
S tbe big cities. Boys are "wild" I with and carry do;any on best my to diminish This number of homes must be robbed with wheat bran we find that, poundfor out within 24 hour from receipL! Price reasonable.Full .
about them-say they never energy before the year comes to a close. Shall for f'
pound, they are nearly equal line of Tares Tube Patches and Automobile'
' \\f{ saw anything.lilt* them for the wealth of the nation and endanger ,
it be home mother The coming "
your production. ComparingIt
milk and meat ,.
baseball running Draping the safety of the state." Supplies. .
ad.all outdoor sportsxBoySrouf'Shoe year these drinking men will demand to cottonseed meal we find that ,.

he 60,000 more of our pure, innocent Am- about three and a half pounds of hay
t- '. WHO IS TO BLAME? Some mother will haveto ,II!
erican girls. are equal to one pound of cottonseed' San Juan' Garage Co.

Since early last spring the liquor stand asTdeTwHITbreaklngheartand me.l-in-f.eeding-.luel". .

traffic of this country has entered into see her child go to ruin. Shall it be Good eowpea hay is relished by cat 'Orlando;1a-: '"

To.ehe,.t, IlBt.(mo.ta.odbl..ryday aoamada. Our beautiful homes and dragged to yours Mr. Voter T Are you going to tle, hogs horses, mules, and chickens.' -

.Uppn-f Msoftasgloy.s. death and destruction 100.000 of, our give the liquor traffic your vote 7 A However it will be found most satisfactory -
'
two tot h Bolew.er r.e boys and girls in just.',twelve months. chance to rob your home of your girl T as a seed''for, cattle hogs and

dlnanrsolaa.timei..Ion*Nollntaffa. at or- 'Some one of four classes of men have If you vote foV license. and;some wicked chickens. If' horses and mules be fed t

.' moat.healthful Coolest boy's and made It possible fort' intoxicating liquorto villain, under the_ Influence of intoxicating eowpea hay as the only 8OUrc of, *.4... ...../.........+1141iWI444Na'ati...k4.+a4ChIi4lW.. ..'......**. *
shoe .".r fiUlOO.OOO graves, which means'100, liquor assaults and then sells her roughage, it will be found to give unsatisfactory i' .v' ' ,'" -al :
0. IOVMMd.1 to the, .for twenty or.fifty dollars i r .1.
000 broken hearted mothers and destitute .brothel result. If not more than .
=x- cotout home*: 100,000 more souls wreck- don't 'yqu say anything to him one-half or one-third' the roughagebe :

Tr.e4A caws for yoi) have given him the right to get replaced with cowpea hay, no difficulty -

t the stuff that fitted him to commit the is likely to be experienced. i Ideal SummerFertilizing

: W. CBASS deed. Hogs are fond of well-cured cowpea
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" LIttle&en-. ,
A,: ate*10-13>*.$* WhoFesile and Retail So you have no right to bother him. hay. When fed a liberal quantity it : OrangesV Grapefruit :

... ::'I;' It seems high time to call a halt and will be found to produce a good qualityof ,. 1
l 5%. $2.110. Dealer ir. '
BdBoyVaiaa "' ''_... put a stop to. this terrible evil. Shallwe pork, which will be produced more : Tangerines ? ':
4 I 6-10,as. do it, men t It remains for us to cheaply than when only corn is fed. :

Tan your pa thai"Boy: Scoati"outwear Fresh Beef Pork and say. If the "women could vote thequestion During the past year a comparison- "More Fruit-More Money" '"i ,

r,, two to three pair.ol ordinary'ahoaa. Brine would be settled the first elect was made between planting in rows i i l'Y
him with 01I-t.U him wa h.". his .1... is the title of our new citrus book which will be sent ireeOJ1 request + f
too. tion; but as it is, it is left for us men with a drill and giving good cultivation,
)4 Good-Luck Caiman FREE Mutton) : folks either to perpetuate or annihilatethe and sowing the seed broadcast and covering : It Is "right up-to-date" and written from a grower's} view-point.: :.

Evan pair .of canttlna "Boy &.oat" PHONE 4.t.Osceola traffic by'1,.tour vote. The fo relulI@ with the harrow. In nearly every : IPEAL FERTILIZERS and IDEAL METHODS are not new. Their : t

Charm IIh_. haa.U_a_.Swaatlka"It..mada Oood-Lnok o( apadally mentioned at the beginning of case a lakger yield of hay was securedby value has been proven by years of field work but there always are

4 always prepared.t.metal,.. brtebt.that looka Ie'. blvrar Ilk.. gold than and tbeplorara It this article are: First of all the voter, planting in rows and cultivating. i new points of interest to growers, which'Tshouldf be considered.,
who has the to elect the legislator. Plant in rows 30 to 36 inches apart. tour
la tha oomer and mak.s a dandy power
TitleGuarantee ONWARD and UPWARD is the IDEAL motto. We"ut forth sill
R .prlaa.......lor winners of dUtaraot kinds of Second those who have the powerto Use from half a bushel to three peck :
Bba.yoarMBoJ'8ot. make the laws that make it possiblefor of seed per acre. The planting may be energies to give the RIGHT
.
." DOW If you the saloonkeeper. Third, the class done with an ordinary one-horse corn- '
don't want to watt no- Company QUALITY SERVICE PRICE -
,. ear we sand for.._ who sell alcoholic liquor to drinkingmen. planter. It will only be- neee'Bary-to !
aae they'reawfully Coln
: laat. (Ml) Fourth, the class who under its change the drill plate. Use a.drill plate

G. P. GARRETT, Manager.Real influence, commit crime and receivesthe with eight or ten holes. The holes in i Wilson( Toomer Fertilizer Co., '

SEE WINDOW; whole blame at $:he judgment, the drill plate should be about half as 'I '1
Jacksonville
Florida.
irt which of the four classes mentionedwill large as those used for planting corn. : ,
estate "
ntlea examined and reported on be the moat to blame ? You an- If sown'broadcast one bushel to one :-
Taxes paid for non-residents swer.-Capt. C. O. Branson. and a half bushels of seed will be required ..;.................'........ tsMa+..+ +hs4k+..+af+1*+a+ktl.+alrf+g+a

SOLD !EXCLUSIVELY= ; BY, Instrument relating, to real estate acre. ",
L. M. WHIDDEN & CO. carefully drawnCorrespondence per
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Old newspapers for sale at this office The preparation of the land will not
up-lo-dale I Solicited. 20- cents a hundred differ whether \the seed be planted in r
; ... We assure you ( service sown broadcast and should be ,
rows or D.w M. MARSH Si Co.
1 .. . about the s.me.* for corn or velvet ; ,
--'-- --
..--... bean James M. Scott in Press Bulletin rhaVAl 'lN.. PINa LINe OP 'v
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i iV 170, Agricultural Experiment Sta- STAPLE AND FANCYGROCERIES ,

. : tion. .

.M RUBEROIDCannot ofinl Resolutions of'Gratitude. -" -I

; Basingei', Fla., June 18, 1911. '
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.._ :Take Fire from Falling: Sparks. Where, we, the Baptist people have FBtaM AIMC3 "*1 TIIT iim. ,
for the salvation of souls FREE DELIVERY all palfsoftbsclh. udeotrteonsatttitioi.MO.
been Prompt
!r I working .
a If lire coaIafaJI upon It they dleout without causing migew
Water Sunand Time-proof. Durable and at I. at Baringer and L Tns.at.aao.ee .oa Ei
Whereas, the Methodist people were V 1 V
I tractive on buildings of description
any
J so kind as to give us the. use of their V
:% Il RU-BER-OID COLORED ROOFING house be itKesolved .

I: ( In Red Brown and Green Ia-tbe only prepared that we- extend to them
,,i ,f roofing to b*'had la permanent color our sincere and heartfelt thanks for the
.
... The RU-BER-OID; Man .' I kindness shown u. in this great work TheSURPRISE

Is w positive guarantee-of the best prepared of; our Master.
Roof loo;. Look for him-he guards every roll of I ,Resolved, furthermore that we. promise Call and tee 017 line

n I RU-BER-OID protects:! you from htloo.. ft. : I them that if it should become necessary DRY 'GOODS SPRING GINGHAMS ?

naSTANDS BooUtt. to repair or rebuild their house,

f 'PAINT CO.M we proml w4' help them in. any and -

y + WBUai Street.. ,;NewTwk.. l,every way we can.

. ,,) J / This rote of thank! comes tNIQ-.Ul. .. --,- --;-
-- VV VV alstxt 1or.tr.: : .... s_ . ::: :pastor, church and congregation j ; MRS. E. L. PEARCE 'LACES ETC V/V
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nt'KiSsiMee Valley .Gaieue1i 'which: ,It was I. ued.and. will. be pro- A MAN AND A GIRL the" marriage of their sister, .Mist 1
:: f) ductive of1' great good to the county .': Nancy Elisabeth Blasingame to Mr J. i'I i

:L. : ,and town to which It:-:}%Q4 oted.-Tam. ,......, ....*. Earle. Lupfer; Tuesday evening, June "'

: w. Bt1rl1gRl5' ;; Cllto""'aiid"Pr opty! pa Time.. Detained at Valdosta, Ga.,,Supposed 1 the twenty-seventh at' eight o'clock, ".''1>-00.-'. ,t' '
5.,J.. TRIILETT e "? KISS EE .. BHPTIST DllllC$
; : A..Kla1. Editor. e I at home, MarshallvIIle, Georgia" '.t
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to Have Left Here.
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will be
I ,.uB The speclKTTMgatiQSjMiition of the I happily
: Office Qaiette Kitsimmee Valley .Gazette, under ''\he.. The'' following dl.patch.appeared. In ;'as former teacher ot expression in the I Cornennioa" for tt>.faith which mu.Ones' ,: ;A
In VaneY" Butiding. for aH.i.liv.red unto til. Setaua"-Judea 8.OBTIOKRS" j i
tlaBtluiLL O8CILA) OOuNTT. FJ.A.. I special editorship' of A. M. Stryker Is the Jacksonville Metropolis: Osceola High School whose cbarmbig ---,- y .
f. I'Valdosta, Ga., June. 15-A white and '
personality 'di.po.itionwon .
just to hand and Is. unquestionably one sunny OB THE CIIUHCH ,
ti i )..t.t.B8CRJPTJON aATI:8\: \ of the most effective and attractive a ,- man giving his name a* A., J. Sherley the hearts of all our people, as well as BUNYAN STEPHENS Pastor. '' ,

0..pv.oa. r ten. .........,,al GOto .. of Klsslmmee, ,Fla., and Is 17-year-old I. of the' fortunate Kissimmee Clerks BRYAN
? q'ft1 ur..i',1. peal. iNued from a Florida press. The groom. C. W. DAMN C.. F. Treasurer. .
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0" 1'u. .s..v. Ie'I editor strikes the proper key when he girl alleged.Jto be the,..daughter of a. society may wellfeeLproud; of such an DL'tcoNs-d' 'A. Car.on'c. J. Woodall N. a-Bryan, --

All aomm.ele.ttoeR'vae.pt. froc our autbw.: back each well 'known turpentine operator, were acquisition to its ranks... ... '" .,!nJ.. W. Wilder, J. M. WUlson,' Jr., Joe Jeffords, M. I .
assertion
1' ..... eerrwpo.d.ob.mud b..4rn.d. by the wrn e and every pertaining Jt Hicks A S. Gilbert, J.M. Hansell,'W. H. Jones. _
a.Jeeted m.tta will ...c'M ntunIe4....... .to the fertility' the Kissimmee arrested: n'the Georgia Southern and .
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'p eaIIfI4. 'w. ".. . j.t j.. Valley by producing actual photographs, Florida train'today at Adel at the- instance -> CHANG FIRM "

g...i v.w .....at Ute........fa L "kn..,1'10I:,as which are.not only pleasing< to the eye," of Valdosta officers and were returned OF ; ORDER ov$SERVICE-JUNE, wii '
vl +. M..nd. el.r.mU. --. .. but make sVregular old Florida Cracker here tbll''attti1 oOD" The man .-UH" ywi'S f t.
.vt "'. I la in Jail. while the girl. is being de- Messrs. Edicx: & O'Brien Sell Their I. MORNING-11 A. M.
' .:T.1: : Ftidaye June 23 1.911 :... long for a home fn the county of Os .
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tained at a local boarding house. Her Piano Prelude.
ceola.Gainesville Sin.
: Business to Dibble! & Son. -
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Doxology and Invocation
\, parents were expected to come here d
To accommodate our numerous corr.spbndenta .- for her tonight. The.couple was arrested -. It Is seldom a change ''of1'business by Hymn 27-"Sabbath' '. ;
1 and Jarle .dv.rtisingpatron. The Kissimmee Valley Gazette sendsus at the instance of officers in Oa- sale occurs Mn Kissimmee, a* all our Scripture Lesson-2 Peter. 3 ? ,

age, the Gazette prints twelve pages a copyof' Its magnificent illustrated 1 ceola county, Florida, who telegraphed :I merchants have added many dollars totheir PrayerHymn 567-"Promised Land" Iti
magazine number. Excellent, Mr. Valdosta officers'detain them. Sher batik accounts; during; the put [ Announcements '
+ this week. which equals the highest Harris, Excellent I I-Orange Couiity Offertory 836-"Moment by Moment" '
:
ley is said to'have been formerly a year, and the sala of the grocery business [ti
our Sermon-"A Backward and a Forward Look"Invitation
It standard reached by business InA Citiaen. conductor. He Is a middle' aged man, of Edick & O'Brien to Dibble & [ti 338-"I'llGO Where Yod'WantM.oGo"ti .

4 ,mid-winter. AU lines ot business In and it is said he has a family at Kis- Son would not bave occurred but for the Benediction .

, Xlilimmee are enjoying the best .um. W. B. Harris publisher the K7 simntee. The couple spent last night fact that Mr, Edick Desires to establish I [ '

r--.... --mer trade they have ever experlenCed.i ; simrnee Valley tiazette, has mat issued here, but left this morning about the a cigar factory! in this city, he being a [ti EVENING-7:30(

,.,' -- a special magazine edition of his paper time messages came asking for their I practical cigar-maker which would.occupV [ti Song Service >

i ;, ; that leone of-the bneet specimens >ef arrest." his entire! time.! "Coronation" .- .
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f fLORIDA PRESS journalistic work ever sent out front No one in this city or county knowsor Both M en."Edick-and O'Brien-came i[ '_ .-396-"Take Time to Be Holy" :vt
the state of Florida. The illustrations ever heard of this man Sherley here from New York state about ten 316-"Blessed Be the Name" J

: "On are of the finest work and' consist of therefore we are forced to assume that months BITO, and purchased the Home [ Song Prayer 86I-"Wonderful Peaces :.j

' the Merits of the Magazine Edition tropical scenes, business activity and the parties gave Kissimmee. as their Store from Mr. J. W. Prentis, which Prayer and Announcements :.,{:

a of the Valley Gazette. natural country af it appears before it home merely to' throw the officers off they enlarged and successfully conducted ., i[ Offertory 116-"Crown Him" l "
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I II I is developed. The articles are well their trail Citizens of Kissimmee are until they sold to the Messrs. Dib- [ Sermon-"Some Evidences of Conversion" ;r
Invitation 224-"Just As I Am"OPEN
We In
are receipt of a beautifully
I written and the typographical pleased whenever their city is favor- ble. They have firmly established
', ;1 ..' appearance
l lauetrated edition" of the .
.peclal Kis.eimmee ably mentioned but not when it is themselves in the social and businesslife 'i
ie almost perfect.-Pensacola SERVICES
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Valley Gazette, publiehed' Journal. wrongly thrown in the. limelight bv of our city, and will be gladly wel- I
t Xililmmee. The edition Ie the work of I I [ I Thursday, 7:30: P. M., Prayer Meeting' A\\\. ,,
such comed their here from their
" disreputable people as are men on return Friday, 7:80: P. M., ft. 1':. P. U. '
A. M. Stryker, a specialist in his line, I "
i tioned in thfe above dispatch. former home in the fall, for which ;. -4On( lawn adjoining the church)
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The -- - -- -- - will leave
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, a e, as well as the owners of the Gazette Kiagimmee Valley Gazette, preparedby A Real Boost.Mr. I Mr. Edick atates that he will open a i[ OTHER SERVICES OF THB: WEEK ?
well feel The edition let
r may proud. Mr. A. M. Stryker as special editor, first-Haas cigar factory here as soon as .
t printed on olive-tinted coated book pa- J. BoyseF, of Urbana, 111., under |I Third Monday, 4 p. m. Woman,* Missionary %
is a very fine piece of work, and calculated he returns, and that he sees no reason Union, Devotional.
and the illustrations date of June 19th, writes the Gazette j
per are scenes I [ti .
-to do much good for Florida. Not why Kissimmee should not in a few First Wednesday, 4 m. Womans Mis
' around Osceola county. The Press-takes only are the products of the Kissimmee as follows : years contest with Tampa the right to sionary Union Social. ,:
t pleasure in congratulating both the "I spent last winter among you andI "
valley exploited in letter press and be called the "City of Cigars. '
.owner' of the paper and the editor! of photogravure, but the attractions of must say it was the most pleasant I I EVERYBODY COME AND ENJOY THE SERVICES j+
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V the edition and feels that they have for in had ever experienced, the sun shining j.r.
that section those search of S
. performed good service for their see health and pleasure are told of in a over one hundred days to one cloudy Will Close at Noon Thursdays .r.I
tion. We also extend thanks for a day. No wonder Florida is c !lied "The -\I\
most interesting way. One of the prettiest We, the undersigned, agree to close -- .
of .ame.-Fort Press. Land of Sunshine." The 4Rte{ is almost -
copy Myers pictures in the magazine is that our places of business at 12 o'clock; alt
We Make Real Estate Loans Florida
beyond description 'I expect to I i Maps. ,
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showing the school children grouped in noon, Thursday of each week from July ,,
e of the be with you next winter again. Please the most favorable terms and with Upon receipt of 25 cents at the Valley
; ( The current Issue Kissimmee front of the splendid 'hIgh school build 6th to October let, 19li: on "
-1 Valley Gazette Ie a special magazine I; ing. The article below the picture is don't eat all" those big melons if you Porter & Son, R. S. Floyd, Rull Bass 1 the least possible delay. Low interest Gazette will be office mailed a to pocket any map address of. Florida in the-,T .

Issue of forty page., printed on beau- entitled ':What ,We\ Are Proud Of, can help it. "Yours truly, Market, C. W. Griffin, L. M. Marsh &1 I rates, optional payments and other features United States. We can also furnish \' Jo

,' tifnlly tinted book paper, of the heaviest and the story is of tie fine schools and "J. BOYSEL." Co., C. F. Dibble & Son. M. Calamaras, which mean much to the careful mars of Osceola county at tl each, and :1

., and beet quality, and devoted to the attention given M educational matters F. H. Lawson, Ross Graves, KennethP. borrower.If glad to estimate on sectional maps
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.'y : the interests of the flourishing town of ,. Other fine pictures show the Butler (until T p. m.), R. T. Butler you.wish to buy more land, wantto any j jKISS1MEEE .

1 Kissimmee and the fertile VQunty of products of, the valley, the Industries, Lupfer-Blasingame Nuptials.The (until 7 p. m.), Geo. M. Patrick (until improve your property or renew the ______u_ I'I

Oscetajs) It is profusely illustrated progress and the beauty and healthfulness following invitation has been received 7. p, m.). L. M. Whldden & Co., Nie- I loan you are now carrying, come in and I G. JOHNSTON "i

b' with views taken in various parts of of the section. The magazine is a by the numerous friends of the meyer & Wiley ((12 to 6 p. m.), Bryan "consult us as to terms-it will pay you. \

Its rich field, accompanied by descriptive model of the printer's art,.and will be prospective bride and groom in this & Lorenz ((12 to 7 p. m.), W. B. Mak- It is to our interest tq protect our I I .
customers and, being in touch with local I Iconditions \
k letterpress carefully and given a place anywhere on its artistic city : Inson Cash Hardware Sore, M. D. places us in the beet posesble -I ATTORNEY AT LAW
. inatingly prepared. The dleCrim-//merits, and preserved for the facts and "Mr. and Mrs. N. W. Massee request Wilson, Osceola Hardware to., Waters position! to take good care of you. j I 1t
i 1\ duction Is a credit to the office from possibilities ulgeeted.TimesUnion. the pleasure of your company at I & Carson Grocery Co., W. C. Bass. I 6-lt State Bank of Kissimmee. < FLORIDA .;

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Black Frame, one mc thick.. Extra t. .. 12x30 . . () Worth (4,00 . 2.95 \
WHITE PINE $ 30 . 1.20 iy
Tr'I BraceFine mesh black wire 14 x 28 I I6
v 2-6x6-6 and 2-8x6-8-1* thick . . . . l.oO .. 15 x 30 . . . . 1.40 2 7c
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$ \i a BUILDERS' HARDWARE WINDOW.-SCREENS :: t 24x 30 . . . . 1.20 :41c ."
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PITTSBURO PERFECT FENCE THE BEST 3d Price by Keg only 4'3'
,, Paint in I 6>> Gallon Kegs, per gal. . . . . 1.40: 3d Finengl e '2.95 Pint Jars, per doc . . . .r. : . . c
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62 6" .311; ad" .. U 2.60 FLOWER POTS ALL SIZES AT COSTWe .

I 1 hare 60 Gallons. Garfield Paint HEAVY FIELD FENCErod lOd U ." 2.55 REFRIGERATORS AT COST '"1:

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r'r'T K &&i 'Valieu Gazette M''t.. I1, Hughey, of Bradentown, ... h Hardware" i. ii'Co" .Ja,h.Ttnc. .R.v. Fatbv. Fox,".f., Orlando, .will tr

. TKLKPHONM NO. 11. b the guest of Miss Alma Griffin at her ,t cement .sidewalk, laid,yalongsid.'Its corn to Klsimtneeata; : Saturday. June .. ,+
L 'i home'on Church street uilding.on &inm a f.reet. which.will 4th.! ., Will have devotions at 7:30 In #

UBLJSij FRIDAY I III Mr*..G. B.'Woodall., of'the New Eden be, ,a great 'convenience,, to persons the evening In the chapet at the home ,

; .....EVERY.-.y- Plantation Co.,..near Karcooeee, Is visiting going; to,and from the court boQ! .' ., of Mrs. A..Tress,',pad will say mass on

'.;:j. ,Wt9.HA1 R1fir" .friend; lathe city, . Among'ths KUaimmeeltes,who spent I Sunday morning at 8 o'clock..inthe, 1' ',
.6 rraternity,HalL Any one' who wishes
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i' the week at CoronadoBeach'were Mr. ,
: Orders of1 Magazine '
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. copies l to attend is w.leom.r > c:
Edition and1 Mrs. W., J. Sears,. who ud Mr. q [p I
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are now coming
.. section .. every iears' handsome ...autotq convey them Dr. C. L.; Hyatt this week purchased e
of the United States.
Weather '
[ Report.,' > \ tdthatmuch, patronised summer resort. the 120x160 foot loon, Main street ad-
Mr.;George Parker left-yesterday forLakeland.wherbaha Who oininjr the residence of Mr, S. B. Ault- ., >II...
.. ,Mt.ldell'.Sh ''ton, of Lake City, .,. ,.1 t ..
. .. hill spend ,few man and will build andsome, said : .
Following aii,'the daily tern iss been the charming guest of the up; "-
day. with relative and friends .o-date bungalow: The [Doctor "has HHADQUARTERS'POR' ( :
' perstures: and precipitation aa, Misses Carson and Miss Corrie Miller, ; : : ,
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reported by-.the Government AMend the meeting of .th:Board of left Monday for Tampa, when she ;will been with Os* only few months and '

:. ,. station at KlMlmmee for the Trade Monday right .anddo_ .your part visit other' friends ,))before 'returning already, .Is-considered one of,Itla.immee'a ', BICYCLE SUPPLIES ,

,;'O,> ,week..ending June 22,:,1911. toward making Klsslmmee grow: iorae.1 f '*".. ''i!i .. solid and substantial citisensCapt. ., A y -ji.... *

.Mr. J... A. Blackwell, of the Ash- Rev.'A. M. Chisholm. and wife, why R. G. Canova and," family will .. a<. *, .
" 'MAX KIM.Friday.tr ... : le.ve' RUN EASY single tube tires are made of Highest Grad 1tan ..
tomorrow"night"
J ton ,Turpentine Company,;; was transacting moved from, here to Rockdale, r Texas, for their annual Rubber and strong Sea Island Cotton Duck closely woverTnPrictioned""
,. ... 100 73 .. fin summer outing.: ...Mrs. Cano and the < with Rubber Doable'
,business the city Monday.- about a year ago, are expected''to arrive ? wrapped diagonally around the Inner Lining to a
Saturday. . .. 100 76" <.._. : "In ,to loin.Chialilolm'l children will visit,, relatives.at Green Layer, and vulcanized In iron molds, so that Lining, Fabric and CoverIng -,
the city today a
Sunday.. ,.... 94 68 ':'; Mr, Glidewell' l, o'l' Port Tampa, i* on visit 3ove .Springs and'' Jacksonville, while becomes one Solid Compa t-Mass:, giving Even Surface! Uniform
spending a few days here' with his parents, Judge. and Mrs. G; Density and Strength., Guaranteed against defects,, fortI, months.., ,,
Monday. . . 91 71 .82 Mr. Canova will make an extended tour .
F, Parker.Mr ;3.50 each, and pump And repair outfit with each pair, free.
Conductor W. W .Glidewell.
Tuesday...> ... 88 71 .38 brother ; : of the. West, .visiting :St. Louis,. Den- _
, Wednesday.. . 95 7? .. Don't you know this is the fever season.Fletcher's *. 'R. O. Bowden., who'has been ver, Colorado Springs 'and other potato WINNER.single tube tires an'made slmlar to above, but a little
visiting her parents, Mrl: and Mrs. M.Cosner of Interest ' cheaper grade.' Two separate strips of tough canvas eneirele the entire '
Thursday . . 96. 76 . Tonic is guaranteed to pre- circumference of-the'. tire, which serve to reduce.puncture. .
home at Arcadia
returned to her .
vento.rcare. Kissimmee Drug Co.: -18t Guaranteed against defects for two tBonthsSuVf2.75 each.> .,
Saturday to rhlch'place Mr. Bow- 'A gentleman living in Michiganiwriting : ..
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Mrs.
den was retently transferred: from Boca to Mr. A. S. Nelson in this city,; -CAN: YOU BEAT THESE TjtE4--=
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H M a Fort Meade, are spending some time Grande. makes .use of the' following query: I Try one or.a pair next tim you need,tire; *., .. EWe _
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. "My mother and 'I' are leaving 1<
Nelson Realty ,Co. sold 'Uri Ira B: Gaylordon have {n ttoct: handle gripe "pedals7 CbaJn; chain ..repair' .,
THE ,lOCAt [IELD.aatiw.w'tiuK' Beet I' Jane 19:.and in a couple of weeks links ? tire bell, balls of all
Donaldson, of Whiteside county,. Illinois cements tape, plugs, pumps. ,
The ladies of the Methodist church a 6-acrd-:farm. in Pinedale last! hope t.o- be 1 )'our.clty. One thing has sizes lamps, Inner tubes, spokes, etc.,'at right p.nc ,. ,

I held their monthly Talent Tea at the week. The Dr. will build on his farm been worrying 'me quite .a bit. I am -j' lIlie

,,,,,,,, home of Mr*. R.. Q. Meek last'Friday September and move his family here,' deathly afraid of cows. Do you think s , : ",,. "4
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my will be safe In'Kissimmee
afternoon.
Born, on June 16th, to Mr. and Mrs. for their" future home. CASH HARDWARE STORE

M- D. Wilson, a daughter Lost-A pocketbook containing some Misses ,Alma Griffin and Imo Morrow, The Kissimmee Model Laundry will -F a

Mr. C. D. Carroll paid'a'business visitto currency and papers; soft green leather and Messrs. Henry Funk and Edward open for business next Monday and CITIZENS BANK: BUILDING KISSIMMEE, FJ. amA.

Jacksonville this week cover. Liberal reward offered. P. A. Roberts left Tuesday as delegates to lias Invited the public to call from 7 to i

4 .** Vane' Jtnew. 25-tf attend the State Epworth League convention 10 p. m. and see their' plant in Not tk Bigg..t Stor-Bat (A? AM

Mr. G. .P. Garrett waa a business. General Roadmaster J. S. Jolly was: of M. E..Church, South, at Or- operation. The owners of the.laundry, .

visitor to Orlando this week. in the city Wednesday inspecting lando, which is in session this week. Messrs. Norris,. Meyer and Limbeck, i

Judge G. F. Parker psid'a business I the work being done in the A. C. L. have spared no pains or expanse in the
Mr. C. A. Cole, who ha* been spend- establishment of their v.r -. -' -- '------------.
visit to Jacksonville week. yards at this place. I plant, and it: will ; '.
time Lakeland .where he
ing some .in be found a "model" steam laundry in -
Born to-Mr and Mrs. A. G. Hamilton, Postmaster Frank Vans Agnew has recently opened a jewelry business, every sense of the word. The brass 4STORE '

Monday, June 19th, a daughter.. returned to the city after a few days came up to look after his store here band will be on hand Monday eveningto

Mr. M. P. Tindall, of the Narcoossee- pleasantly spent with theJCissimmee during the absence of his brother, who furnish music, and the management NEWS: h'

section, spent Monday in the city. colony at Coronado Beach. is at Coronado' Beach for a few days hopes to have practically the entire city

The baseball between .San ford outing. - visit them.
game
For Rent.-Old State Bank building.
Apply to E. S. Vans Agnew. 23-tf and Kissimmee on Tuesday afternoon Miss Anna McCallieter left Sunday SPE.CIAL' SALE'A
was called at the end of the.fourth inning night for Philadelphia, where she will The W. H.. M. Society met at the

Mr*. El P. Dann and children, of St. on account of rain. be met by Mr. and Mrs. Lavalett Buck. parsonage Wednesday, June 21st. Had" -> ...

Cloud, are visiting r relatives the city. After spending few days in the City a very interesting meeting: After the '.

, \- Miss Marie Huddles spent a few services The Rev.in David the Episcopal D. Kidd church will hold on they will go to Anglesea, N. J. She the regular program had been completed, lot of .24 washable. Goat Suits.

days this week with friends in Bartow. will visit Rew York before, returning very important question, "Unityof
the lit ;;
, Sunday next. Morning prayer, this fa}1. the Two Societies," was freely dis for Ladies sizes from 36 to 42.
Prof. R. 14: Evans came up from any and sermon at 11 o'clock. cussed After 'a few good reasons .

Lakeland and spent. Saturday' and Sun. The editors of the Valley Gazette are Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Dann'and chil- why. it was put to a vote and carried '
indebted to Mr. J. W. Miller for two dren and Mr. and Mr*. H. E. Cole left unanimously "V ea. The society pro- Come early, as the lot is small.KATZ. '

day.Mr.. J. H. Harris came up from Tampa Iusei6us watermelons. They were just Sunday in Mr. Dann's touring car for ceeded at once to elect the officers for .I

and spent a few. days with the fam- like the donor-the best ever. Coronado Beach, where they will spend the year, which was done, and also setthe ( :
a week enjoying surf bathing and other- meetings for each week. '
ily this week. A very .4"
Mr. Daniel McCallistflr, Jr., of Or-
wise indulging in he pleasures of that _
f pleasant meeting in all was had and, we :
Mrs. R. D. Drifrger and. daughtersare lando, came down Sunday. Dan-accompanied famous resort. I _
trust
profitable. We then adjourned ',,.
visiting relative at Winter Garden his sister, Anna, as far as Sanford I
Kissimmee is trying to get into the to meet with Mrs. Tom Van Duzer the I
and Turkey Lake. on her way to Philadelphia.Rev. :t
class) of progressive Tlotjda cities by first Wednesday in July, at 8:30

Mr. M. Katz went down to Tampa on W. H. Funk left Monday for banishing cattle from its streets. The o'clock. .., r

business Tuesday afternoon, returning Bowling Green, where he will assist the Council has the matter in hand and are

't' home Wednesday. pastor of the Methodist church in conducting being backed by the enterprising citizens - -

revival service this week. the-town to them out.- .. .
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Johnson left this
Capt.Clay morning .Jfoj"""'';' ,
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about ten days. the greatest baseball rooters in the Mr. B. Dickerson has been awarded v-* p, ,

state, is in the city today to see the OrlandoOca'a the contract for a nine-room residencein

Mr. Joe Stratton of Klisimmee was game-Reporter-Star.. Fowler Park which will coat about

a visitor in the city yesterday' on busi- Tile Board of Trade will meet in reg- $2,600 and will be one of the handsomest Kissimmee :? ,

ness.-Reporter-Star. falar session Monday night, and busi- dwellings on that side of the lake.

_ .. His Effie Lawson 1eft this weekfor. ness that should demand the presenceof The wood-work on the building-will .be ,

1 I'" -Umatilla, where she will spend the every member'will be presented. done by, Mr.-W..H. Arnold.. . .. .' "r.; '. .. .. .. -;.. ",'j. ,.,JI."),"' ,", 'j." ..'.','-JIt''''''. < \i_. ....-. ,
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". of the Midland, will take the Sugar having gone.to thai: place. on Saturdaylast. on the lake ,and a watermelon feast : : '

Belt run, his place on the Midland being last Wednesday evening.. The Rev. POST: OFFICE :

temporarily filled by Mr. J. O. Pugh, The Laymen's meeting will _take and Mrs. Funk and Mrs. R. O. Meek .

of Port Tampa. place this Sunday in the Baptist church, 'chaperoned the young people.

Mr. R. O. Meek leading. All men of I Misses Mildred Winn and Mattie Bell ."

every faith are cordially invited to at- Harris went up to Orlando Monday as - _. - 1, - '

tend. delegates from the Junior League' to e .
the Epworth!: League Convention, In 'i
Miss Ethel Hixon returned to her
session in that city this week. Law- ar tr
home at Apopka last Saturday, after a 1, l
rence Griffin and Russell James are
For Sale pleasant visit with heri/ friend, Miss representing the Boys' League.Mr. .
Corrie Miller at her beautiful suburban

home. Fred L. Woodham and sister, oi ..,
if Bertha is Narcoossee, left last week for their old L ,r
Miss of Kissimmee
Bryan, I if
her uncle and aunt Mr. and' home at Emsdale, Emsworth Hants,
visiting ,
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Mrs. Duncan. She will leave Friday England where they will spend the Population ago was : 4
Millinery summer. They sailed from New York { ..
morning for Jasper.-Dover. Cor. Plant, .. ; /, .\ .
last'Monday '
on the Cunard liner Lusitania '

Business City Courier., and expect to remain abroad till 'Peopla.are finding put that our : ,
Mrs. N. C. Bryan and Miss Joe Ber- October. .

with ta Bryan will be at home to their .
good about soil and
statements good
friends Tuesday afternoon, June 27, Capt. Henry O'Neal, postmaster at :, ..
Patronage from 4:30 to 6 o'clock, ip honor of guestof Rosalie, was in the city Wednesday
Miss Bryan. attending to business"matters. The frost protection are founded on a

Captain says times are exceedingly
On Tuesday last Judge G. F. ParkerIssu'ed prosperous ip hia''section, and that J real facts ; therefore the increase ''

marriage licenses to Dan Lamer many people will move into-that locality, -- r
and Ruby Johnson, and Will A. Lanier
railroad is r
as soon as transportation. in population.
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simmee drpg store-which will be regulated .
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."._ Mr. John M. Lee is the latest additionto and set every day by wire from ., i

the list of automobile owners in our Washington.:. -- > *
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city, he having bought handsome E. Mayor and Mrs. H. C. Stanford and .
M. }'. car this week from Mr. J. C. 'H. - ,
Mrs: S .Bullock left in Mr. Stanford' 1 ,
Griffin, the garage man. ,
to this auto on Sunday for Coronado -
'Vernon Hawthorn the and Beach, where the ladies and children .. + -!
popular
{ BIG BARGAIN efficient chief clerk in Pearce's depart- will spend a abort time enjoying the I
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; Am supplied and will ment-store Kissimmeeat pleasures of that fashionable summer '
over sacrifice spent Sunday
,. at a bargain for cash, or Paradise Island and reports a heavenly -, resorts'but Mr. ,Stanford returned onWednesday Kissimmee Valley Land 'Company :
' will make any trade for land, r day.::Plant City Courier. ,.-su lag he-end his' party. .. f'
:k horses, or cattle for the following: .had moat delightful trip. I

... 2 Brawl New 4-tyL Reo Nelson Realty Co. sold T. IL McFar- i.

, .;;: 1 2-eyL lin of New Smyrna and Mrs.:Sue Fal- Mr. Jj C. Moor returned Sunday' "' J.,. EMATTOCKS, ,Manager ._ , :. . .
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n left of' Zephyrhills 20 acres of land In from Tampa; where be had been in attendance l .. '
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1 Reo the State Pharmaceutical 'yt f. .,d + :k JKISSIMME
w 1-cyL Park Garden, which they will at,once upon C e.
--- Improve fbr their future home. convention and left again Wednesday . .

k ',t. . r for Live Oak,;:where he will spend, FLORIDA -.' '
Come lint and
make choice. ,
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your' Mr. W. A. Smith, assistant cashierof three 'we b 'vlaitlng .relatives,, and ',. .
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B. his home in the western part of the eity, month's Veil-earned. vacation from his' ...., ..... .' .
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Legal Advertisements 1 'Statement. I was..1 due it was due to the young lady

Hade under Section 12 Chapter tine Laws of and, not t ..: Florida showing the 'eftaxachargedto --
the Tax Collector:) of Oaoaola County, Sawed 'Hr accept the challenge.
Notice of ubllcationL Florida, to be collected. for the current year It *o'happened that tha 'Hatbornes
i; _. __ lulu,and Jhe apportionment the ...... to
". la 'theClroul' 'Court of' tba Seventh JudloiaCircuit. the several funds for which taxes have. been .. and Clalbourne':stopping at the

.ID and for Uaoaola County, .Slate. o' levied: ]Ve.-: same hotel, HiM nathorue., Sir Cllve
Florid*., la Chancarr. K. bamoni,' com APPORTIONMENT OF COUNTY FUNDS, 1, and '
? 'plaiaut... P.O.Thompaon Knuwt V. Alex. June 1st 1M1.f one or two Americans were-
y aodar. Henry Whorlon Arthur Fell. All R.v.nueTo { sitting In the loung-ln room talking
lutereat. John UHtu. amount ......... .. ... ''187(1475 ,,
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_" 1,, pononi. daoeaaed claiming, or an otb rwuiaO U Preoa I Amount collected ...... :.., .. I11I7H: M 'I An. Account of the Defense ,.over the 'dial1'qeableIncident' of thevenlng .
Balance. be,collected,,,. ,.. 17.10 '' "
other than the above named irtiiW iii 1roru g ," wheo-Wa Hathorne' saw' one
American
of Girl
an Intereet in the Xiihia iMfldoacribed General. School Fund- an ;
tt; dafandanU.property Amount Assessed..i.u*.' t..,. / .. \ of the officer she had seen1 at the
169h199- In Munljeh
Bill to kemov.Cloud; from Tills. Amount Collected'rT.. .: Hofbranhaua come-into"Ibe'aptel. ? hi
To All Whom it May Concern, laalanoa to be collected, ". , 241.1 AH ',T .
a few minute. abe him ul1
'County Roady ;saw go
, It appearing In thin...from... Ihd thtuworn there are blUofoompralDflled penootlnter. TB amount assssssd.Amount ... :...,. .,18517 71. ,, ,, _, "Bj? ,P. A. .MITCHEL accompanied as far as the door by the
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_ a" I> anted la the nroixtrtv Involved In toil and{. Collected 1
other than the known defendants, and that Balance to ba collected.. .. " 2148 80 Copyright br American Proas II.o- young man of the third table.There ,
the o.m.o' eueh pe.110 Intereitedarunknown bounty Hpeolal-' ;;* claUan,_WU. was a puzzled look on her face for a yr. 4e
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to the and that relief II I To amount asuesspttAmoun '. //WIOIIIIO
eomplalqeni few moments then. !
prayed In nald-tlll of complain sgai.cuuoh .Colla>tOd-- :" 4791.8Baunc.tbbeOOllcoted ? sbt paled. CouldIt sH. -
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unknown defendant .- be that this man who had flushed %
It Ii therefore ordered that all paraonacUlm Sub-School Dint. No :2- Oae..evenlnc la ,Munich a party of e
.. To amount useaaad, . . 284 M when the officers were looking at her
lag wn and to the followlnadeacribei .. .... , Aa rlcans were stttlntT at table In
IIIuu.6a Ja CoooU 01 01(1801.. a.....0' Amount Collected) 178 118 > a had taken up the matter In her defense
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J.roperI7. ft collected U
"' Balance to tie Hefbrsnhans .ostensibly for test- .
Lou ; l. ..... .ad oloe (II _Sub-School Dl t-No, 3e ? L j EAI/TH and
rev. (8) lhi: ( (7) .Rub) amount assassedAmount ; , .' 977 44 lag the (anions I beer,of that city but peace
of the Florida Arloullu.al Uomp.o After 4
the officer's Departure< she saw .
hands to bring
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collect j join
division of section thirty-two! townshiptwentvflv really to view the different persons
Balance to be collected 811 81:( Claybonrne Into ,
the writing roon1Excusing
(C/fi)south of range thirty-one C81) go tot e
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III Sub-School DUt. No. 4- .. abent-them The party consisted of a / happiness
.1, cast nomplalnh.reln, do appear to Bled Complainant's, on or bnforatba bur: To amount sisssssdmount 7211 US Mr. and Mrs. Hsthorne, their conGeorge herself to thosa with her, abt farmer while prosperity shines brightly 'round ,.
-day of August tuH.P the 7lh day o[August Collected "'' 723 7ft I went In there He was sitting at a
.aldbiUwlil Balanoe to be Colieetood : i 71 aged tW'eeq-two; their daughter his poultry quarters when fenced with
i alaa the be taken U con DONEOAN desk: writing, the only person*lit theo '
ARTHUR E
4sa.ed. Grace, aged twenty, and 'Sir CUveOglesby
It U farther ordered that this order be pnb- Clerk; Circuit Court Oaeeola She stood looking at him
tllbe4 onoe a week. for twelve (12)) consecutiveweak .(S..L) County Florida a, yowj; British baronet : through a very large and beautiful '
M In the Klsulmmes Val *y Oasette. s ---- whom ther ka4 Bet on their travels. very "Pittsburgh Perfect"Poultry
newspaper published In .aald Onoeole. County, At a Bear table several young German pair of eyes. lIe nee ands stood
W r 6 and of general circulation In pall county nORIDA REAL ESTATE'fORSAtf deferentially .
9 ,. Wltaeet Minor a. Joo.... Judge of .d /ICr- officers were drlakiag and chatting In '
i I Colt Court, and my name as clerk thereof and a very lend teas. At. third table, "Are you English?" she. asked. and Garden Fence 4r'In
the official seal of aald court, this goth< day of Beautiful winter home sites situatedIn "American." -
alene iris i
1 April A. D. 111. was a'yeuas; sad, since he
1 Arthur Donegan, the Lake Region o; Florida. Bad ne one to talk tb, his nationality 'WoUld ;you mind assuring me 'thai
JBB4L Clerk of Circuit Court: : quality of material method of construction dura-
the visit Just paid has nothing to ,
yen
Lands in aId
II-I I'*. By Kllaai-eth; Johnston D Ci i'rucking and Farming largeor not tffotr. Bs leaked, however, "
4 O. F. Krlbbs Solicitor for Complainant. small tracts. like either en. Englishman or an American. do with me?" bility with real service as well as in distinctive appearance, I''

J sir Claybourne was stumped. He mad. "Pittsburgh Perfect" Fence stands pre-eminently firs : '

Notice to Contractors. CITY PROPERTY A SPECIALTYList But It was Bet sag before this .. reply. S :

C t Notice la hereby riven that the Board of Count property with me for quick youag mam was awakened from his 'JM there to be-.a duel?"she went en. Electrically Welded ,
Commlaaloners of Osceofa County Florida will. your "This Is unfortunate the
, jolesceace by a remark made by one very was
t I and receive Bharlira bId.for Residence construction In or near. of the a City County of Kia.almnnes Jail. salts. ef the German officers sitting near. It .at, reply. at the joints, these are the fence's) strongest parts. "One solid (" '

In said County' end State at their mrnlarsnaetlngonJubred. wu evident from a. flush on his face "I forbid you to fight on my ac. piece of metal" aptly phrases it.(Through the hardest usage, '. t '
lilt, unUll2o'clockM.inao- Breaker & Co.
4' H. M. "
+. e '. ordanoa with plans and specifications 'for asms tkat ke understand the language laI count. Pittsburgh Perfect" Fence stands erect, even and firm. :''h
v t now on file In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit "It would be Impossible for me to
Court of said County.' Box 17B 'KIS9.I.MMKE. FLA. .." Opeai Hearth Wire.....from ear ewe formula s.d perfectly...._ .A if'
il. Each bid must accompanied by a certified bey your order. ..led with para sine (the only aalvaadaiBg metal absolutely. rtut-proetf). ,1to '
shank for 10 per ant of the amount of same payable "I will go to these men and forbid .._._ teaaaatt mmi saost*lestma; ;BURG14P possible te nanafaetara. J '
U ft r ,"' to the Chairman of the Hoard of County them as well" .sad is Bead.adtuI..", tm : F._.. :;'
Gonuniaaionera. .. an assurance of gad faith on
/ the part of the bidden; the cheek of the successful JENKINS & WOQDIIAM She looked so resolute that Clay- For, FIELD FARM RANCH LAWN )
L. bidder to be held until h. ham made .satisf.. hURPOSES i
bourne was troubled. He feared to POULTRY
i tor* bond In accordance with the..... {'
I' All bidden bidding on the jell equipment will) be placed In a false position.
exhibit..the Board of County' Commissioners on "1 out of "Pittsburgh Perfect" Fence; perfectly meets the most exacting; ;
f see only one possible
the dar that they submit bid a working model of way requirement. t I
# tha looking device they. purpose to use and aam- and U," he said. "I am writing a telegram

S .., ulna of to the Install rratlna-In the construction jail. ,which' they propose Surveying ( to a friend In Berlin, to come For Sale By r rI
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o Bids will ba aa follows: and be my second. I will tell him to I
4 Bll> "' For entire building and jail equipment Makinson
'; complete' . In accordance with plans and Drafting say something to the man I have nw-HELD W. B. Company

"S .peet catiooa, I challenged that may Influence him r
r BID "B" For the building part of jail alone as He doesn't know that I am a studentat
Kiaeimmee Fla.
apeetlleclln Exhibit"A" of the specifications and \
,bc/wn on plans. Ileldelbieog. member of a corps
')y, BID -C'r For-al. !of the miscellaneous andIron OFFICE!: INFRATERNITY.HALLKISSIMMEE._ I there and that I have vanquished t
A ,. delivered on caN to Klulmmee and all cell ,
A, n work furnished and arectcd. including plumbing every man who has been brought L
!}, for....... all aa apsclrlnd In Eihlblt"B" al the FJ.AFRAIIXJS against me." .
'S ,peuincatlons and ahown on plans.M1 I'T
..I. I The right I. reserved by the Board o' County "Don't .send your telegram. This --- - I t

t Commieeioners to reject. any or all bids news can be conveyed without your "f.
M. M. D.
26t RIVERS
54 E L. LBSbKY. Chairman t
s Home
The ManTakes .
Berlin friend. My brother""Would Bakery
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R.. S. I not do at all" PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
Order for Publication. "My father" t

TAILOR SHOP "Worse." this opportunity to thank OITlce. over O-tceola I'll arm acyI

t la the Circuit Courtf>tate of Florida. Seventh I cut and make clothes to a man'smeasure. J the good people of this city for Residence 53 ,
Judicial Circuit.o.eCount". In ChanceryA. V1I\\eNES "Give me the address of this officer IHOVFS I
IS. Y, . K. V....... Complainant .... Mary K Cram 1 do the best steam cleaning \ "Impossible! their liberal patronage and would : f Offloe" 14)j)

r Ieeppeatingby: affidavit appended .to the bill in town. I dye any color. I do "Give It to me," she repeated imperiously also take this means to say that 'tW'

,, filed la the above atated cause that Mary R. Cram kind of repairing. I clean Hats. "OXMTIjXMKir: : YOU BATS MADE: A Mia- "1 am the cause of this our limited facilities for making
any L. WINN
defendant therein named U a nonrealdent of I" t
'.C tba ate of Florida, and a resident of the State. I[ have two of the best Tailors the TAIL quarrel. What right have you to'take goods will prevent (for awhile) our .
net 4 of Oklahoma. ,and le over the age of twenty-one which the military men were conversing up my case and Ignore me?" I'
ean;H te therefore ordered that said nonresident' South. My place of business is in rear general delivery to all parts of the PHYSICIAN SURGEON
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defendant and what they said displeased htm "None, replied Claybourne, banging ,
be and aha la hereby required to appear and will be ,
of J. H. Redditt's Store. city. Quality variety ,
'$S t to the bill of complaint ft led In said cauae on Or Jewelry! This Is what be beards: his head and gave her the address. I '.. fi
beforeMonday.theid day of July. A. D. 1S11 I maintained always. Our nice
'b i. othewle.thealagatbneofmidbill will betaken PHONE NO. 210 "Those people. over there are English. Without paying any more. attentionto Kaaica Pao a JIBIJBBRB,
! ''rt) .a.eoafemdbraid defendant.It ." I him she left the room. 'Orris. PaoNa 97. FlX>BIO*.
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U further ordered that this order be publUhad CALL ME AND WII COME FOR I HOT ROLLS and BISCUITS. *
"I would like to plgstlck of Claybourne gave vent toan expression
: once a week for four ebneaeutlve. weeka In the one !
'' .Klaalnunee" Valley Uaaette, a_.pa..... publlah- YOUR CLOTHES. them." very common among English Also HOT BREAD I THOMASON

N'1,. ad Thl.Jaaelat.mi la rid County and, State. The girl Is very pretty I would I speaking people. He crammed his will be ready'mornings and afternoons F.G. !

Arthur E. Donegan.r like to.kiss her." fists down Into his trousers pockets I /
r [SaAJ.] Clark Circuit Court. I I and a nice variety of PIES I
Elizabeth Johnaton. Deputy Clerk "You might do so and not be called and strode to and fro PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
r ry, Moon.Geiger..Solicitor for Complainant. 28-4t S.H.BUkOCKREAE to account. These English don't fight." "What a fool I have been; he said and CAKE--Parties and Wedding j j

--j-- - -- "Nor the Amer ,all8." I to himself, "to receive that fellow a specialty. Office Phones 74 and 3., Residence 126Dl

) Notice of Administrator. A slight flush overspreadthe features here! The whole thing la spoiledI )

) ,In Ojnrt of the County Judge State or Florida, ESTATE of the young man at the third shall not only be deprived of the A. SMITH J. \v.. SIMPSON ". - -

; Baasad In re Estate,Osceola County.Nolle Catherine.. Bturtevant. De- mmmmwmmmmmmmmm.m.*.. table when one of the officers... said he pleasure of punishing him-I should _,

ry la. hereby given to all whom it may would like to kiss Miss Hathorne. like to cut off his noae.buttheywtllthink - 'DARLINGTON AVENUE DENTIST.Upststrs .
---eooecrOythat-on' the l 'Between"the-sexes;-especially I gave It away to the girl to in- .
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Honorable ;young
D. l'll. I shall apply to the lion K. ; Rats
Parker,Judge of said' Court aa Judge ol Pro- people, tbefe are sign expressions that duce her to break It up. What the In Building r.Orno.Qo0u

for my Bnal. discharge, 6 aa Administrator: of Titles a ntantt In tie place of words.. Grace dickens am I to do? Nothing till I : l J.JJ m"tb 1$ m, 't
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Of she .JCatataof and that at Catherine the same A.time 8lurt.evsnt.deoeaeed. I will present. . '-- #FTlthorne'a: eye; happened to light on hear from,, her,. This Is a pretty DON'T' READ .THIS! r : to 5:30o: m;

w ,My ealate. final,and accounts ask for their u Administrator approval. of said. Specialty. 'the'man'' sitting alone at the momentha mess!I" I like opposition? I defy com Telephone No. 76 : ,Jun 6, lyr.R. , :

S. Dated June., A. D. Ml l. flushed. It darted from him to the He remained right'where he was petition. Under no condition will

N. CARBON.. CorresDondence Solicited. officers and the two Items gave her for an hour, walking tbe floor like a I budge from my position. If you ]) W. W. CARSON ;)

; ono.em-4m_ Administrator.Citatlori a clew. They were talking about her caged tlgec.: Then he heard wheels want a house that is stout and .
tit 1--, -- -- -- -- -- and bad excited the Indignation of the draw Up in front of tbe house, the waterproof and damp proof see DENTIST S

of Administration. young civil Lin Her father her brother bang of a carriage door and In a few B. Oickerson. It will! pay you, for

S ID Court of the County.Judge. State of Florida, and the DrltUUer all sat. unmindful I II moments in came Miss Ilathorne he will save you money if you get Office over Cole's Jewelry Store

Estate of Shadriok. M.of Chandler Osceola W. l. YOU DOZOB of what was going on, till Grace, feel flushed with the effort she had made. his prices before letting contract. I '. Office Hours: 8-15 1-5
County-By the Jndge said Court I Ilealaohandlea
Lime. Lath. King Windsor Office
S'S r4) Sr Whereas Willis Chandler baa applied to fog uncomfortable, said she was tired "For heaven's sake! he said. Plaster, Cement, Planter. Hair Fin phone 158
.hl.Court for Letters of Admlulatratlou on thetMtstte and wished to go to the hotel The "What have you done?" Brick. Common Brick and other thinira tooqumerou. Residence" 23
of M. Chandler, dee_.u, lateOf to mention. .
said C 8h.d"2f';Otoeola.These party arose and as they did so one of She handed him a paper addressed

t ad singular): .. therefore the kindred I ,to cite and and creditors admonish of add all the officers,'who waahalf drunk, threw, to him. It was a written apology for B. DICKERSONContractor r DERBYSHIRE, M. D.1, '

deceased to be and appear before thla Court onor her a kiss with the words "Goodby. the Insult that had been offered her. and Builder/ L. +a

before the 17th day of July A. D, lull and Estate beautiful daughter of Albion." "How did you get It?" .
flla objections. If any they have, to the granting Real
5.4 Letters of Administration on .said estate, The situation was painfully embar "Asked for It They' at first declined J Special attention given to the
tS otherwise the same will be ranted to .aid rassing. Every man In the Ilathorne to address It to you, but I declined treatment of Women and
I Willie W. Chandler to some other fit person .
or persons. -. I party knew that resenting the Insult to accept it unless they did." C. W. Griffin Children.
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;. Wltnaaa. my name. as County. 'Judge of the : would bring a challenge from the Gen I "You have made 'a mess of it." said
Count aforesaid this the Vlb day of June A. '
O. Witl I KISSIMMEE FLORIDA man. Sir Clive Oglesby grew very red Claybourne In an Irritated tone for Citizens

0 I ) OEO. VS" PARKEK. In the face; George Hathorne started the moment losing his self control."It I Office over Bank. 24-3mospd
County Judge.r '
toward the Germans but his mother would have been a worse. mess F FAMILY Groceries ,,

L caugl.1! the skirt of his coat and held for yonr opponent if I' had not Inter- r.A. VANS AQMBW w. ..C&AWro.D
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J. W.
of THOMPSONFUNERAL
Notice Application for Leave
,t to biro back. Mr. Ilathorne drew his fered. Do you know What his second

r Sell t inor's. Land. daughter's band under his arm and' said to him after It was allover( ? I FRESHNMEATSDelivery VANS AGNEW & CRAWFORDATTORNEYSATLAW

4l NoUn b hereby given that on the 24th day of marched her out of the Ilofbrauhaus. didn't tell him who you were' till then. .

v Joly.; 11111. I will apply\: to Honorable tieorsu FParker DIRECTOR The others of the party followed, showIng Wen. he said: 'Ach! Oonnerhoff, '
County Judge In aoi for Osceola Coon
k 'II ty: Btataof Florida bis office In Klaalmmec: great Irritation. you're lucky! If you had met that Every Day at Any Hour Offices: 8-4-5-4 ClUsens( Hank Building

City In aald County Halsn for an order authorising andLICENSED When they had gone the young man I fellow yon would have gone about: for Patronage Solicited Kissimmee Florida
ana as guardian Jones, a minor. and
: 1' .' N \ an hair al law of the estate. of C. E. Jonas, EMBALMER; at the third table drew a leather case the rest of your life without'a no e. North Kissimmee Phone No. B
: d.oeaad.tomall said minor Inteteet at privateeals from his pocket took out a card, returned They say he always finishes his opponents -
) in and: the following real property" beiongintT the case, arose and passing over i. L. HOOK H. D. OKIOIRJ
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+' :A to estate, to wit: Lots X and K of (Opposite Courthouse by cutting off their noses.
'block ODe ((1))of Robinson addition lo the town the few steps between him and the officers "That's exactly what I Intended to ,/MOON & GEIGERATXORNEYSATLAW
i of Klsalmmaa' City State of Florida, 'raid prop* laid It down before the one who
ertv belonging to t the eatate of the maid O. B.Jonea do," cried Claybourne passionately, I
,deceased lo be sold for the best Intercut KIBSIMMEE: !: - FLORIDA had perpetrated the Insult. It read "and you have spoiled It all." Sprig FlemingCLEANING
h of aald minor heir "Ward Claybourne, Kentucky, U. B. A."
Thlethe.l/hdayofJune 1911 Tbe girl burst Into a laugh. .
t LARD: HEBB.Gtuardlan.. "Gentlemen," be said, "you have I Gradually the comical view of the Office State Bank Building

made a mistake In these people whom "Kissimmee. Florida '
.
Telephone Poles Wanted. and
!4 i .Y _-i i ----z--; < h you have Insulted. Only I one Is English situation dawned upon Claybourne PRESSING

",Notice.t Sealed bids for 500 cypress poles will ; the others; are countrymen of his face took on an unwilling smlto. DYEING "d

,In porauance of Chapter oAvt' Acts of 1807, be received by the Osceola Telephone mine. You are right In assuming that | Miss Hathorne thought It the loveliest G F. KRIBBS
I wp notice la berebx"a that tha Board of Coun- Company up-to July 31st, 1911. Polesto smile she had ever seen on a man's REPAIRING.leave I
k' i ty Commlsalonara, st their regular. meeting ouKoPd. they; do not fight They are brought ATTORNEYATLAWRoom
..July t mil, will for oonslder1 be 30 feet long and to 'measure 10 up In a different school. Fortunately I face. ,
a&loob..question of the erection of a new Jail. inches in diameter 6 feet from butt. 'You didn't go to them alone, did 12 Second
20t E. L. LESLEY!: Cbalrmau. Poles must be peeled and knotsjihaved for them, however, my education In word at my house and clothe - Floor
-- down. your line has not been neglected. I you T' he asked will be called for and returned. State Bank Building
will trouble for written I I "Y II. I did. It's no time to be prudish
; Primary Election.All Address all ,bids, marked "Sealed you a apology "
B'a," to the which. I will be happy to transmit toady when a man'nMe Is at Stake. Satisfaction

1 ; + the men of-K4/slmm'sa wno "STBqaalifiHlvoters Osceola Telephone Co., the \ you have Insutt d." I ITiftian She laughed again. Bo did Clay GltaratiteecM. W. S. HARWELL
? \ or owned real estate
inKUsimmee 21-tf Kissimmee Fla. bourne.
( who had received the card '
1 rw before June 1, 1911, are motioned to one of his comrades who "I would like very much to make REAL
- --- ESTATE
-
/ f be requested to call at once at Rob- Kerf- .
asked Mr. Claybourne's address and your acquaintance, said the r1a'J 4'.
ersor/s drug.Store, where a ballot box
'j, \ Notary
and tickets are provided, and vote for I A. promised to bring a reply Immediately. tucklan. : Public at Large 111

r n: for against the milk cows to run on the Our MAGAZINE EDITION i. Having given It, the Kentuckian with-1 There was another laugh on the partof I M. TILLER Office over lloberson's Pharmacy

"'etr.eta s they do now. S. W. Down. now ready forgfntrat ditribation drew. His cnallenge, for that la whatIt both of them. KISSIMMEE. FLA.

'k r JngvJF.: ''C. Bryan'-Ct-T3ass.. R. O. amounted to, somewhat sobered the j '"Well" she said, "sine you've taken Real testate Agency. ,

Meek.,Committee.' 25-3t and can be had at this oFfice at officers especially the one who had received my Interference so considerately\ I :
.. .
'. r ,. 28 cent p.T cop'. The tormots It. He was a good swordsman think I'll permit yon te call.* I The IGssimmee Library. i
"i"l bought
';;;F s -". "*. '-sj: Honda .zp.saa incident to gutting but he knew nothing about the Amer-1 He called the next morning, and his I Realty and (sold. The Kissimmee

r Maps. kalL"He had read In some book that call lasted during their stay In Munich I Houses rented. Library offers to its

'i r. Upon receipt of'25 cents at the Valley .eat tki -,.. o. maAe* it Mcesforjuto I Kentucklana were very expert with aweapon during their journey with fre- Taxes paid and Titles ver- |booki subscribers by the a best list of authors over four hundred .{

.Gaa.tta ofBce a,pocket'msp of Florida _.wry charg..oar rgaloL _. called ,the bowie knife, but jI quent stops to London and during aoyag7JojS.mertcam ed.for.. on residents.- -f which you have the prJyileg.nf., any o. all of,
or ba mailed to."any address In the was nofawarertliar that' period'Tiad > the:call I f reading.
ihorC
; In.
." ; L'UAi d States.:. We can also furnish _6ecril e,. floe regular raas /*, .tads I pe.N4.U.newaleob.t'.r' ended: Mr. Flfb;; Life arid Accident Insurance. ronly'J2; Which MCUI'U -a single
F< '. at.ditch::and .. tt ' has never and Mrs. Clay I membership, Ot ;6 for a family m. p
; ;
: .
; .i.jOaeeola county OM ...... tl.it benblp.
apology wa due from him. But being bourne U"e"ln the blue grass region Capt. Trench, the libraal !

?# h %, glad_to,estimate.on f sectional.f maps .n 'army man,.he dared not refuse a:,Of;; Kentucky,,,hut' the"'husband never I Indemnity :Bonds. :* ft. the will.issue you a membirahip card r .

(t lanj.JdncL, i". f?I: + challenge.1' His second called on Clay-"; flonrlsboa. a bowie' knife:sn\ ,has no J :afkatY..."..'Y'r' ..... Bank above bu1Qi11 amount' : Library l in Side. ''.

'i't .... ,I':boom*'.ajxfMld.. that.,.If"' .an .apolecr'. .!::;deslr to cat off people's noses., '101-.) &. 8-tf, "
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rap WW", ....I........e. ..: 01 DW a. sad ( of awM,. r ''\ 10. Unknown .,'........,.,*,.,.?.!.1..81aa4101o..,..,*. ,.p.,4,; 37 781 10 t. 11n ;ify: ;" ''f !. ;
..et rofaefc bad o1 ULkuo.1I .... ........... ..WII2 . .. . . .. .. .. ,
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Job..L8.O: .......W OfDW ...... ..,... .. ..' ..... ,21\,111..88 tt Unknown >./..at..*.M<**...*.f0102,....k"..4 .tt..,..*.,K__V,.:..<*+. 4 lIT 6' *8 ; .. "'" t .
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..... .aw 80. 101 ,. Tna en1tnvatmeeS .*> .... '
McCHllsndW0'h4'. o16w 1ewa6tAp7bwidiEt ., v > Bemlnola Land ', ..... .,
a0rua. af.r.91fO.. $0 Oo's sub-dlv of aU exo.pt timber. ... / ; 1
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-- 860116011 Lied 7' .
.. 70 J'4a.1IoO ida n' r: sad lay po ,.lota 0. 6. 7. I" 111. 17. 11, 60.62 $419,. J .. ,'
70 Fda..1..d.' .; II ,10 88 ." 69; U6, 97.Uak6Owa.l I I ,"II "i e :; \ ,
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88 tIIIt .,.. .. 12'1. . .
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J 1107dsw440jrdsnllOydiai10 ,u.. '9 6 'all IS JO' ,121> Unknown,. A*..-*._ ..r7.....*.l* .I**' .,-*... ..>.. . .* 27 '
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10.oIl1w OlDW o'\ 81 SB 8s SU 1 OS 5 *;? ?'-. .it*...*... ......10811. .. .,...... ..." .. .. . .,.. ..... Ii 27 A 88 .. : '. .. : > .
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'HlaokWellCer.oaCO. . . ..Altes,..e..totriver. . 81 tl2 82 >20 1 09\ r raster. L, .,,t.......... .(',.--tot94/.1..;.... .......... .w.r.l... II lIT 81. ,.' 10 6 182 118 In FJdtflda. at, > r;:
., . ..K.fs.in'ino? iti&iXX; 110 .26 81 100 161 4.*.(<......<.x.3.; ..UH 3H.1 {K. ....?....... .... . ...1. .. .., .b' 21' > 81 a tw ...... .1 "
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and net of neW ol BW* ."iI.Jiof Boomer.WM."t.. ..lo'M.. ..,.,..... ....... .. 6 .27 n J .i .. "
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ne3.4 01 .wJ "Dd wof nwU leaa '.. Uaknown.t..i.: ,:.. : ,.10861: ::: ; : :.. '.; :;: :.:::: :: :. :::;. : 27 81 I. "-SS:: reasonable cost.,' ...,.- ,, :" \ : ; ',.

beg nw cor run Vli (re 600 it n 97. Marts JM s.d.,..."u.lotatltadq/";... ...... .. ... .:. .. 6 I' a 81 6 1 82: : ... .' .o, ,,; \ '
It w. 600 It except umber.aN to The Bemlnola Land and Investment , ,yi., ," :: : . : ': "t '
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Tba Kiaslmmee Lumber Company. 6 26 81 Co'i iun-dlT\ of ..U.SKOeptimbr'. '. h'
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Beminole. Land lIT Co. . .Lo'" 19 22. 27, SO, 88, _. 42, 48, 46, 64, .. lease to Tba ICIaalmmee Lumber CoT e' n 81. .. ,. . 0.. . ,'; .n'. .'.' 7 .", ." l' tl
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65, 67, 68, 611. 66, 69 w Semlnole Lan and Inv Co .lots ( ,' r. ; .
75. 76, 80, 81. 86, 11.-16.. III lit, 116, 8V, es.M,6; '/0. .
88. ....111 . . ... . . . . .. . . . 6 28 81 120 21 84 Yd, 97.1111. 10'>',107. 11.;.. 118, Lao, .It .'," H . . A. '
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Unknown \LLoot20. \' ..:. 81 Ii 1 KI 128.. . ...,... . .. . .. 8 27 81 116 I .:,. ; y. !
. ..: .. ... ..... .. . ..r.c.. . '. . tsJ 81 6 1 82 Unknown .... .. .. .....,. . .1042. ,. ,. .. .... .. .. . .. . .r.. .. 6 27 81 U OtA I " . ' "' ; -" ) ', :

N.Yin.IIM..I.Lot.I.04I111.. . .. . .. . . .... ,. . 81 10 3 18 TrverIA .. . . .. . .. 08..t.. .. .. .. . . . ,. . .. . .. . .... e' 27 81 6 -88 M : : : ::: :: : : : :-:
Unknown. .... . . .. : . . . Lot 40. . .". . . .. . . . . . . . S 81 6 18'UD'kaowa. unknown..i:; ; : t 21. : .. .. ;., 27 81 I : ? L : <
. . . . .. .. .. . . Lola 41 and 60 . .. . . . .. 6 26C 81 10 >8> I Unknown.:;.;;. .:::::::::..':: ::lota Stand 48.. :: :. :: : :: : : :: : : : ::;;::: : 87 81 10 : I 'TO :

. ... *. .. . . . .. . .Lot vU *., ,. . . . . .. . .. . . 86 81. 18! Ktnc H 11:. :. . .. ... . .. . ..tots 88 and 43. . . . . . . .. . . .,.. 6. 27- 81 10 182 IBSI . I" ..... !'\ ': ., ,
Unknown .. . .-. .. . i . . .Lota 118 and 128 . .. .. :. .. .. . . . 6 26 81 13 it>> Unknown . .. . .. . . . . .lot 42.: ., ... .. . . . . .. . . . .... e 27 81' 6 88A : ::
Unknown . ..... . . .: .. . .. ..LoU4andTs: . , . .. . . . . 6 86.C $l 30 \2 18 BootlW; .... .. ... .. . . . . ..lot 61. . ." : .: ...., .. . . . . . e 27 81 ;(, : :. : r.;; b'a'a'ay
.A. 88 : ,
Unknown .. . ... . . . . ... .lot* ft and 12 . . .:: . ., .. . . . ,>.,. . 26 81 1. ::118 nknown . . ... . .. .. . . .lot 119. .*.; '. . . . .: . .. . .. .j. ,. .. .. 6 27 81 6' fNI i .: : .
Beminole Land and InT CO. .All f ran except nwU: of sej .. . .W._- 86nwU SI 487 26 880t The Bemluole Land and Investmentj '
TbeHemlnole Lana Investment tI ': :
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I o'.ubdtvof all f tim \ '' "
rao except "
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()o'. aub-dlT'Of .>ij of ne { "D4 .w ber lease to '
Tba Klavlmmaa Lum '
.of oeH and .la)( of nw and sU! of.wlof bar Company,1. . . . .. . . . .... . 1. 87 81 '. ,, .. :
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leaae to Tba Kuslmmee andM except Lumber Umber Oo. 7 26 SI' Semlnole! Land and IDT Co. .lots 1.,IS,46, 17,84. 26, 211,81.82, 84, 86, y : :,.. : ; .< : : : >.
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S..ml ol.1'au': aDd In, 00. .Lolli 1. 37, 44, 61. 62: 02. 72. 96. 104, 40 41 44,46 44, 47 61, 62, 4' """,, : : 8 5Mw.7
f "* I f 116 121 . . . . . :.. 7 28 81611 10.M Mi: Mj: 68, Ml, W), 6i: ex, 08: 64, e6, es; .
HoltC . . .. . . .. . . .". Lou 86 and 1U' . . 7 86 .11 10 218 67. 8, 69, 'JII, 7:1.:, 78 76, 88, 89, 90, HI, We haves cured the,sale '
, s Unknown ... .. . .. .. '' LotaftOand .. .. ," ," .''. 7. 20 8' 10 2 18 10'IU6.120. .. . . .. .. . .. . . . .. . 7 27 81 :2101 otsomr
. Unknown .. . . .. . . .. Lot G7. . . . ... . ". .7 26 81 II 181 Unknown .. . . . . . .101 a. .. . . . . . . . . .. . . . .. 7 281 238A 88 .
5 Unknown . . . . .. .Lola 68 and 77. , 7 IICI M 10 :218 UUknOWII.r. . . Jot6 . . , .. .. . .. . .. . .. 7 81 6 88 of the best in this j .
.i Unknown . . . . . Lot 78 . . , 7 28 81 6 189 BtontOeO W. .. . . . lot 27 . . ... . . . . . . . . .. 7 S 81 Q 88 I property ;; sectlOWe .
Unknown ., /. .. . ... .Lo..lHandIl8. 710 81 10 218 Unknown. .. .. . . .. . . ..lot 88. . . . . . . . . . . 7 27 81 II 88 j/1

t Unknown .: .. . .. . . . 'Lot 86. ,, . . . . . . T :28 SI 6 184 Unknown . . .. . . . ..lot 88. . . . .. . . .. .. . . .. 7 'ZT11 A b8 want to come and look ft
' ..LoHIt! ' . . .. . . 7 :26 81 6 1 82 King q . . . . . .l074- . . .. . . .. .. . . . 7 27 81 6 11II you over... t'
L Unknown-! ! ! ! ! . . Lotsli4) .nd"l27". . . . .'. . . . 7 26 81 .10 2 18 Unknowi.lotse. .. . . . ....: . . .. . . .. 7 .27. 81 6 11II -

1 Bemluole Land and Inv. Co. .e4j of nw)4) of Lend 17 :26 81 20 1111 .. ...mlnOle UnCI .?e ID"'m'Dt We will do our best to please you.. ;You. ,
" The Seminole andlnve.tment . ,
.,. VO' .ullll" Of all fro exoep. tim 4
<00" .UIHI." 01 .u eao'I: >I u''" 01 DW ber lease t0 The Klmimmee LoinlxrUompan .

esosptt/mber Uaee14 Th.. Ktm l.m I ,.. .. . . .. . . . . .. .. 8 'Z7 81 can secure a five- or ten-acre tract on
01e. Lumber C'1 . . : 18 26 ,;
8emIDol. ,
Leod lld 10. Co loll 8, 6 7 11
81 8.10, ; 18, 14. 1.\.11.20.
l..mlilol. I"Dd end In" co iota, la, 111. 104. 1W, 18.1:! . . 18 28 110 4 79
. .. .. . . . . . 1 . , 21 23, 86 41 42.
UnkDowD. o$14 . lH 28 81 I" f :::46: 41.4: OO : which to build home of
.11 yourown
. 61. 8 : 66: 60: a in ,
Unknown . . .. . . . Lot 20 . . . . 18 26 HI 6 117 6it.1II
67.611.60, 91. .! 611. . ,. .. . 8 'Z7 81 r -HI
, Unknown ' '. Lot b7. '' . I6 : 8L 6 UOknOwn . . . .. . . .10111. . . . . . .. .. . . . . \I 265 JII n
: : :. : : ::: : : :: : : . : iH 2711 6 88 '
4 UDknOWD. , . . . . . the richest and most '
38 W 87 bas 14 aud 25. . . . . . . highly favored
. . . . . . b 8 ,81 Il1'l
Unknown 880.( . . 1178m Unknown . . . . ..Iotl . . . . . . . . . .. 8 27 81 ? 6 . . ,. .
. . . . . 118
I I'" R S LoU8Jsod96\ 18 26 81 10 190G1 Uukeown. . . . . . . . .. . :
10..11.: , . . . . . 8 'J7 81 :6 1'
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Unknown I.o084. III 28 81 6 111 Unknown . . . . section of Florida.
G1 Unknown . . . 'Lo'\IO. . .10.84 . . . .. .. . . . 8 27 81 :6 811
18 26: 81 117 Uolr.uown ,
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lot46 . . . . . . . 8 27 .81
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i Callend.r III. ,' IAts 1I\I.ud 128. 18 :26 111 10 I10 UnkD..n . . . . . . .
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Unknown . . . . . .. .ot111 . . . . 111 26 81 6 111 aud lave.tmentS 'ZT 81 6 btlCo' We'will '
p The demloole as earJy'as' possible. to-
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, 1)nkuOwa . .. . . t41111a.ad122. 18 11II 81 ,
f WUllOn8A. .. . . . . .r-IlI.: .. .. ., : .. 16 16: 81 16 1 967 lease. sub to'The dly Klsslmn of 111 .except timber V27 f o. ". .
Tb. tl m\DOl. Land .nd Ibvestment a Lumber Co, al8emlnol' '
plat offer a large tractof land .into
Co'. sub-diy of all "cep& 4elt; of Lend. and Inv Co lots 10; lI 711I"7?,.24. 11, 211. 81. 41. 43, cut ; {

ne4! .seepl Umber 14sse to The Ill.. I 411. 66. 66, D7. 00. 69. 110. 6.. 70.12. 18, 76.

.lime Lumber 00 . .,11t' 26 81 z;{ 79.94.86 87,83,89,430,91 '1'-I 94. five and ten acre tracts located'' close
SemlDole Lend 'Ddln" Co. .Ip4 1118. 18,, 14. 28. 87. 46. 64, 61.00. : 99 100. 16L. 108. 111, 163 : : :

6l, ll, 77 78, IH.I1l.C. 116:115,1/6; 117. 118. 120. ul, 1..8. IU, ', .
111. 114. 124,127: : 128 .', .. .1. . 19 26. 81 130 1607 126: . . . . , . . 9 27 .81 210' 21.98 to the best .hard in County I

' l B11-o'...,... HI. .., . . Let2, . . III 26 81 Ii 108 Unknown .. . . .. .. . lot 18 :. . . . . . .. . . . . II 27:11: 6 88 road, ,the v ;
BradbnrFW . . . . .. Lotl7. . . . .. . . . III :e6 81 6 .1011 I'ar8er 87 spd 4 '. ... "
Uukno.D. . . . . . . .. . Lot28.. . . . . . . . . "I 26 81 II 1011 .. :D:::. ::::::::, :::: ':,ro.La . . . . : :.; : : : . . . : : : : : :, 27 27 : Ig 1 : for the consideration" of the home-$ -V

RoyC 4. . . . . .. . .Lot8"J. , '' . 111 26 81 I '108 Unkoown. . .. . . . . . ..10.67. .. . . . .. . . . . .. . . . . .. II l7 BI 6 811 \ ? f
R . . .. . . . .. .. 1pta 89 end . .. . . .. .. y :
UDKDO.II" 49. .j 9 86: U 10 161 UnkDo"._ 10&711. . .. ... . . . . ... . . .. II ,27 BI 6 811
8l.wlIOn RE. . . . . . Lot 48 III 26 81 II 108 Unknown .. . . . . lo& 83. . . . .. . . . . . II h 31 II seekerto' this the garden of Flor I
118 Ii
, Uuknown . . .. . . . .. .Lol44. III 16 81 II 108 UDkDo.n . ... .. . . . . lot 1111. . . .. .. . .. . . . . . '. . 11 rT 81 6 18 spot +
Unkuown . . . . . . . . Lot 61 . III 26: III II 10.4 Unkuowo . . . 97 \
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1 Unknown . . . .. . . .Lo'IIl.: . .. 0' . . . III 16 81 II 108 Unknown.:: :: :. . .' : : :: ,:: :: :\: 112:::: : : : : : : : : :: : :: : : :. : : :: : :: : 9 9 27 27 81 el : :: '' Ida. This property 'Js only 11-2:: miles '

8lawaonKS . . . . . .Lo... MI and 7\1 . . . . .. III 16 81 10 1el 'Unknown, . .. . . . .. .. .Ids119884182.. . .. . . ... . . ... . 9 27< 81 1(1( 182 fl"
8 l'rknowa . .. ... .. . . , : . . . ... .. . '. . 111 :/16.1 6 108 ,
1. ..1A462. . . . . . The Seminole Land sod Investment distant 6tt.the'v
c' Unknow8.' :,; : : : : ::: :: : : : :. Lof90.: . : : : 81 81 6 6 1 SOB Co' .ubodl. of ...Ji exoeptUmber: I from the depot, ajlmost! ;j

Unknown :. . ..... . . . . .LoLa 97.ad 112 , .. . IIIHI\ 81 10 I 61 U8 leas. 1.0 n. Xm.'Lumber 00. 10 27 .81 :

, IUitllcher C. . .. . . . . .Lot 118 . .. . . . III 26 81 II 108 Seminole Lend and Lev Co lots 6. 19,10, 12. a. 28. 14. 28, 43, 64; proposed of the Citrus Soutnern
The eemlaOle Laud: and ii..i''i:; 66. M.I' ,101. lUll, llJ1j( 117, 118, W. . 10 117 81 100 9 40 i''", ..

I '. ...bodl" of all except p* 0' Unknown .. . . .. . . . .10'11. . ..,.. . . . . . . . . . 10 'Z7 81. 6 11II 5
j'e../ and wl4 of red! .trct'ftll4 01 awls Ip.MrsNE . . . . . .Iotmi . . . . . .. . . . ',. . 10 'l7 81 I II!! from Sanford to Ktssiizsnsee '
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mea Lumber Co. . . 20 28 81 Unknown . . . . . .1"44. . . . . . 10 17 HI 6 118 i"
Land and by Co..1o1811,12\ 27. 4'4, 72, 100. . . . 20 28 81 SO J Untnown. . . . . . .1.059. . , .. . . . . 10 IT81 6. tE which the states will -'
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.1' Unknown. . . . .. . ,Lol6 .. . 20 201. 81 6 112 UnkDOwlI . . . .. . . . .lot.6IIa0416.. . ..,. . . .. 10 'Z7 Bl 10 tal : manager run "

Unknow8. . ... ... .. .. .. . ..Lot21. . . . . . . 20 28 ..1 6 loa loa UnknowD. . . . . . . . . .loteU&Ddj3 . . .. . .. . .. .' . 1(1( 'Zf 81 6 182
Unkoown .LOt Unknown. .. . . . . . . .. Jot! 120. . . ... .. .. . 10 'Z1 al into :
Ike H A : : :::', : : ', :: : :: : : :1.00 :.t. . : : BU m38 26 : 6 6 u= Unk.nown, . . . . . . . . .lot 141 ... . , . .. . ... . 10 "n 81 I 6 lilt lilt cars thiscity by next Christmasday. i..' 7s'

KUtaI..a, . .. .. .. Lo' 110. '" . . . . o 16 81 6 .rberIlU.: . . . . . . .u'S ofD"I>. nw'4 of ne4 sod ey4 o1awy ,
UDknown . . . . . .. . :. Lo\lI'l. . . . . . 2816: 81 b 108' aDd trio w. !{ of .e3 less all ,; The dweller o in the' country "
.11l1kDOWJl, ._. -." -- .::. -_ ':: :::. ::: :'---w-w-_ ___.108 --..- '- - '''ao\'h..O) N'Ia.JJinlOnw.idsof9ulllvsn .. "' ; :
The Seminole: Land and Inve.l.Jn..r 08 .y I.k. . . . . . ..... . . .... 4 21 SO 161 M f' . .. '-
Ooh abbdl 1. of .11 free lzcept: tlm.ber W H Ir. . . ... ... ..e4 01..".. .. . . . . . . .. ... . :. 8 26 SO 40 1110 benefits from roads because' \
1..... $0 Tb. K.1a Imwee Sullivan 'liB Jr. . . . . . .lot s . . . . .. . .. . .. . . . . . .. 10 26 SO 6U 884 . : :they;
bee Companl . . :. .. . .. 21. 26 II Green Josh... ... . ,r.. . . ..wlos1 ot ...jiandWfO' ,. ': ,
Seminole Laad end my CO..LoIi 24. 14,16. 19, 2Z. 30,81. 85, 46.02r 1 Ofesl of .w4;. ...... ...u 18 1180 16' 6011" 4 'increase land values 'Economy 'ot ; J I

.' 63.61..00.111. . . . .. .. . .". ., .. II 26 81' $0' II19 Croues9'0..x..3 ."...;"1slrwgu. .wU. 11w34olas -.,, ..a 91:26: : 80 '" 8 190 ,I' .*, ,
UDknowa.. .. .... .un'ISr.Lo0.Yr..y,1. I. . . . . .. .. ... 21 .26" 8l'' 6', 108 lI.mlnol.La04audJn"Co..e andes/. / .. ............,.. B8 80 810 .2644 .', ,' ' .12
UDknowa ........ ...t..... ,. Lo09..i. 5y. ,h .. .. ... .. .......u ?' 111 26 8l " 6'j\ IU8 Bemlnole1snd sod la" Co..Iota 1 .. .. .. 34 .126 dO 160' 36 10 . ;, transportation' tsthe', chief factory iaw'7I .
.. ...... .....,,......Lot .. \ emluole Land end Inv 0o..et1etoept.w4nd RRrtgh Aof \ : (
Unknown, .
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13'.1 .
t r. .i. .. 21 ,"' :26 (f-.i: 8.ht; 6 ",Jj 1 011 w'sy 1 ',; :26r$0: 841' ,, I (420 "" : ; ,
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Unknown ....,.'..;'-',;'" ...LoLaat: .04 .26.. .,.. .... .....;...i.$..., ... ,; 21..>> 116 1.81 ",,"":'" 70t'? r 1o1 9eminde Land and by (:0..u4; ... n.n, ..... .. ,.,'t '\\). 211 ,j 80 4 I \. 8ID '. '" 7487 ', ; *, f.? __. 'w . :{ ;
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Harrl.ouli.. .... .....,,'... ..... . . .' Land .lIdln, 00.:1I: ez0eptseyrand far-
'.LotI7. ..I. ..... .. . ,: .,._" 21 26' 8l' 6 1'08 B R right of w.1 8" ,26 110 4M 79.88 profit-making to the tracker and -
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. Unkuown .LoC81. .. . . .. . .. . . . ,. 21 16 81 II 108 The 8em/eple/ Land and Investment I t't'8eminol. .
e.mlDole Land and In. Co .s... lot. 8. 4, 6. Co'e.ub.dly of neiG nw'Lws '. :
16666'aToteK60dg7 .Ddiot. '
..... This pine '
excel; U"be.r! ""11 o. .e .:acep. K K rI&bt of mer. is a tract of the best ;

...N of tae" iudrn5. ,2.') 26 31 200 II 718emlooh..ud ,. . . . . . . . 4 20 80UnkDOW.D ; +

,, .ud joy do. tlm6er; I...!.... to< 'j'h.01..ei'4"K/mlmmee/ exeepi . ... .. . . . lot 7. . . . . . 4 26.80 1 117 in this section pine lands 'are..tlii'$.
Jnknown[ ;
Lumber .lota 107 and lit .. 4 HO 1
lilt
CoIDpauy 2f
S.mlnole Land sad joy Co 01 26 :26 31 1:10: 6 39 Unknown .lol.l' and 1J7 .. . 4 26Si HO 2 9
ns141t'd 199
.b4 w1i of D.I and wq! . . .
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aud 13e3'u Uukuowu. lot 149 . . .. . .. 4 80 I 111 choice of majority
nwl/exuepttnberle..e
Unknown . : a of our settlers
to The Klrelmmee lota im and 2'16. . . . 4 26 ag 2" y
l.amber Co 110
27 2t III 820 1200 8emluul.Iand sod CM . '. of .. :
The "emlnole f..nd and l Inv n n% of -. "nd se>i of seJ4 snd

Corn .ubodl v of lot. I. 814.".tm"n'6, end neM of swJ4 . . . 926 80 480() 18-08 not only on account of the price and .
of The Seminole
elk awl/ and sw14 of except Lan.a and Investment
titnbor 1o.ee to The nKt:..lwmee Co'. sub dlT of aHof neJ4 and seji.. 10 26 80 '
Lumber (;ompany. .. 211 26 81 Seminole Land and Inv Co .lota 40. 61), 62, (3, (W. 67. 68, 77, 78, 7U. small cost of clearing but' because
Semllolq Laud and la" Co. Lola 4.18, dt. C'II. :.a. 117. 40.41. U. A'1: KS< 4,98, 1 W. ia: .. . 10 20 '80 76 18 74 \ :
W BU' 09' 70. T6. 70, /jO, 91. 108. 106. Unknown . . . . lota 80 aud 4ft . . ?. 10 2(1( 80 10 2 ; .
611 18
1(8w; 20 211 Uongye . . . . .lot 126 .t. . . . .. ', . 10 28 30 6 they find by these
III 16] 14 aa 1 82 handling
Ler.t . . Lot proper
C . . :2.4 . . .. The r
Seminole 1
Land .
211 26 III and "
6 1 Investment .
0'1 ,
Uaknowa . .. . LOt18 . . Co's aub-dlv .... '
:29 ol all nU
26 III
9" 6 loa except of n>$
The 8emiDOle land and Iove4msnt; except: timber loaae to The Klaalm lands are very productive and yield "ar

of 00'.ub Belt dlv of ell except ey ol ew' r mee Lumber Company.. . . . . . . 11 26 80 ,
except umber The
Klsalmme.LumberCo leee. Bemloole Land and Inv Co Iota 84, 86 45, ft?, 66, 69, 71, 79, 84, 86, good- of all kinds.

Bemlnole L&Dd and 10. Co Iota 8 1l L'A. : 81 &4, 46, ro, ao 16 81 91, 9J. W, 1 lUU, lOb, 109, 111. 118, 114. 116.lottt. crops This. landis ,
61, 69, 7J: 88: r,:; 90: :'. ,1 !;N.m :: 111, 325. ' ' ' " 11 26 s0. 110
IUI, ion30(1 : . . . ' 2011 Y7
Unknown ., .
. :
IIU 118 . . . . . a
. . ::10 16 81 13-\ 16 411 Unknown . . . . . .lot 64 . . . . 11 26 80 6 1 82 especially adapted to growing
UllkDOWD . . . : . . Lot 10. . . . . . . . . 11 26 SO vegetables .
lit) 16.81 6 1 oa Unknown . . . . . . .lot 74 . . . . . . . . Ii 1 88
Unknow . . . . . . .. . .LoC.IIII, 46. 61, 111. . . . . .. . 11 26 an 6 1 Hi
Unkno"'D. . . . . . . . Lo 68' . ' 30 30 26 81 2I(( :l111 Uukuown . ... .... 3::s.. .lots Wand 115. . . . . . . . . . 11 54" 80 10 218 of all kinds strawberries ''

Unkno"n . . . . .'! . Lo' 66. . . 11II' 81 6 1Ui The Bamlnoie Land and Investment oranges -. "
. . . . . . .. . 30 :lG 81 6 1 oa
Unknown . .L<>II>O. . . ( Oo'a aub-dlv of all nM! of \ 'f"
UDknown. . . .. .. . . . ,Lot 114, .'... IIU 26 81. 6 JOB nwK except timber lease except toTne and grapefruit .*

UDkuow.. . . . .. .. . .. .,Lo. 811 '. ". . RI 30 26 26 81 81 II 6 104 1 08 Lumber Co, . , . '. . .KlsImma . .- 12 :36 . I !
Unknown .. . . . . . . . .LO& 110 .
Unknown . . . . . . . . .. Lot 100... .\ . . . : 8U 28 81 6 loa Seminole Land and Icy Co. .lota 15. 18. 86. 46, 49. 61, <8, 64, 66, 70, Watch these columns for
80 20 SICo'e 1118, *0 88, '84
The SemInole Land In"'m.nt 6 1 oa 86, 87. UO, VI,92. 98 96. announces
.nd 99, 00. 101 102, 105 '
108, 1O9. U6.
"b-dI" of s11excepto.4of nw1" Iw: . .. .. . . . . . . .US., . ; .:.
01 ueU except limber lease to Tile Unknown ". . . .. .. . lot17. . '" .". . . . .. . . .. 12 12 20 80> leoft 2907 went of date on which we will pffer'''

7 KI..Immee Lumber Co . . . 31 26 81 Hoagland 7 2. . . . . .lotas . . . . . .,. . .". : .... 12 26 30 ftft 122 tI. ; ,
Seminole Lapd .Dd In. Co Lo"" 6. 11. 21, I'l,, :U. rT.8II. 811.41,42, Unknown . . . . .Iot43 . . . . . . . 26 80 1 Si '.
f> 61.07\\ ill, 9i>. 97. 99. 104. 105.110, Unknown. .'. .. . . .lot 104 , . . . .. 12 12 86 30 6 182 this tract for sale. We will call this '
2(1(
16 . . Unknown . . . SO e 6 1112 ,
.lot .
Unknown . . . Lot 10 81 26 II 118: 14'88 116 . . . .. .. 12 26 80 6 194
. 81 :l6 aJ 6 I 08 UnknownCndworthBD. . .lota 119 end 122. . . . .. .. J IJ
.. .. . 12 26 80 '
lobnllOD IIr. M U .ootlll 10 218 beautiful
. . . . . subdivision
HI ::16 81 .10&128. . . . . . . . _
UnkDown . . . .. . . . Lola 21 and 4J( . . 6 1 00 . .. 12 26 80 6 1 *i .
Bail . . . ... . .. . "LotIl8. . . '. 81 211 61 111' ) 61 The Semlnole Land and Investment .
WlIllam.ASr ....,... . .. . Lou 68 end 66. .. . 81 ::16 211' l0 8 'oa Co'. sub-dly of all except. timber I
Unknown . . . . . . . . . Lot 61. .' 81 81 161 Ie... to The Klaalmmee Lumber Co. 18 26 30 "LIBERTY PARK"e \

Unknowo. . . . .. .. . . . . .. III .od90 e 6 Beminole Land and .
l 26: 81 10 1 61 Inv Oo ,10t.I 4. 12, 18, IS: "20" 21, 29, 88, 86) 46, 62, \
Unknown. . . . . . . . Lot 11'1. 71 1
Bapp Wm . .Lot 100. 81 :Ie 81 6 109 ill:i.erl8eila '1: . .: 84. .86..P', 104,

Unknowo :::::: :::::::::.141112.: ? ,81 81 : ::1 g u: Unknown, . . . . .. . ,lot 6 . . ... . . .... .. ... . .. . . .:.. . : 8 26 26 80 ao 130 6) 198'.1 117 r

Unknown ... . . . . . .
Tbo 8.mlnol. .lo..87aDd.44...;. . . . . . . .
Land. .nd Ia"1f< PainterPN . .. . . . ... ..101I . . . . IS 26 110 10 116 .
mInt Co'. .ub-dl. 01 aU flow- --:0-: w', . . .. .. .. .. .. . . . 18 :26 80 6 L 17 I't
elcepa
berls.aetothe CandeePP . . .. .., . . . .10141.| -V"
company . IUaatmm.. .Lumber. DaleHH .. ... . .-. . . . .10'68. . . . . .. .7. ., .. .. .. . . ... 18 18 26 26 8)80 6 6 111 111 I Ir
81 26 .
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6601/4416/ Land and Inv Co iota. 29.l 311.:, N;.:({,9;1m.'l.43.'ISJ4.46. 00.19: 61.20:lid i2,;119.24: 81'Z1. Unknowd Unknown BabcookWS, : : :.:.:.:.: ..:...:. ,: : :.lotOO lot Iot67 53: :. : : : :: :: : : : : :: : :: : :: : : : : : .... IS 18 2(1 26 80ao 6 6 1 117 17

71, 86. 91,1011.110,120. . . .. ,
. . . . . .. : 12:1: 1231'ZT. 82 26 8J 1M J896 Unknown . . . .loU 117 124.. . . . 18 80 6 J 17
11DkDOW. ... .lOt6. . ... .. .. . . . '' ''{ '' and . . . . . 1H16: 80( 10 116
King W 0 . ..... .. . . .....Ids 82 and 8$. 3'l 26 8J 6 104 BoottA. . . lot 131 . .. IS 26 30
'V Unknown .. .. .. . . . "lot 84. .. . . . . " . Jl'l 82 11II 26 81 10 6 1-61 Unknown : .. : : ::: : :lot 122 :: .. . ::: : .:. :: : :: : :: : : ;:::. 18 26 80 I tB f?

: '' '. .. &(1444. . . . ." 61 186 The Seminole Land
Unkoown. : :. . . .. . :::::: I-: ?? . : : . '. 3 26 20 :t ,\ Ig 108 Oo'a sub-dlv of all, .and. . Investment. . . . .. . 14 26 80 .
Unknown .. ... . . . .. . . .. , . . ------
. Beminole Land and .
UDluaown . .. . .. . .. . . .. .10172. 3'l 26 31 6 108 Inv Co Iota 89, 42, 63, 9i. 102, lOS, 113 IZ2. . . 14 26 80 40
. . . . . . 6 28
. . Unknown .. .. . .. .
3'l 211 81 104 ,, Iot4. . . . . . . .7. . . ,
I 1
U.ktown .. .. . .. . :
.lot76. . 14 :16 SO 6
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. .. .. .. . Unknown . . . . . . . 117
8'1 26 8J \ .10&10. . . . . .. F
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108Unkno. .. . .
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.. .. . .. . . . . .. ,101112 .. . . . . Ireland JE . .> '' ; I20 80 6 1.17 I
Unknown .. . .. ... .. . .. . .l.u abd ,82 211 6 loa .1.113.' " . .. . . . . 14 :26 30( 6 rs
794 el 117 Y
121 ButtnerJ B. . . . .. . .. .
The Upd.nd 31 26 10 181 lot 17 . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 1'1 :.10 6 H M..BREAKE.R&.CO.
tlemleole
In..e.tment Ou..D.eJO.A. . .. . .lot69. . . . ..'. . . . .. . . .. 117 '
Co'ssubdlvCL, .111rao .zoept ,0' Unknown . .. .. .. .. . . .lot 06 . . . . . . . . 14 14 26 80 A 1II p'A 9
26
oil( 0.61 Of r0e1 and .kj Unknowd . . .. . .. .. 80 6 117
O&684 x. : lota 66 and 79. .. '. . ... . . 14
+ c.p' timber lent to Tb.OI\b.lmm\: CurryJ, .: .. > . . . ..". . lot69 . . . .. . . . . ,' . . . . 14 :26 26 30 80 10'6 1 3
mberCo. 81 26 MreaiMraPL . ,. .. . . . . Iot76 . .. . . . . '
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8emtDOleJalld aDd Iny 00. 17 : O. 2i. ii:2I :: : 2i .' . . 14 26 80 ( 117
: : ; Unknown .. . .
26 82 38: . ..lot 108 . . . . . . . . . . I
: 8o9 le3 A 38?, 11. W. 9E,1(8. 122r 24 12 Unknown .. . . . . .. . .Ion ]l0 end- 115. . . . . . . .. ....... 14 M 80 6 J 17 -: Over Osceola Pharmacy ;- -
\ .VDkIIO..l'' . . . . . . . . . . : : :.:, ::6: 26 :\ Iyg ' 80App..C Wentworth 0 W. . . . . ..k>tli7.. . . ... . . . . . . . . ..... 14 26 S? 10 110 *. ,,
,\ ..r,1. .... .. . . -. .. . . .. . Unknown .... . . . 14 26 6 1 17
' ', Un k town.: ... .10/6849 . . .:. . . .. .. . ........ .. .. .. .. .. .. P B8 26 26.J 81 6 I 661 . .. .lot 128. . . .. . ., .. .. . .. . .. . 14 26 \84 6 117 ;Y: '
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Unknow . .,1. .. .lot 14.. .. . .. . . . . .. ... . . . . . sa 28 i1 6 108 The Beminole Lend and Investment KISSIMMEE '
j 9chomTC.4.1.r. .....;. ..b166. . .. . . 6' Co'a anb-dlr of 'all ; vFLORIDA:
: .. .. . . . . . . . . 38 28 81 166 except: timber :
TUtpn B R. ... .. . ,. .. . .lot ds .. .. . . . . . 88'i 6 ..... eo The KlaHmmea Lumber Co. 1 26 80 .
f TM'Unknow.: .. :. :.. . iot.69 IId78, . .. , .,. .,, , , p, 88. 26 28 8J 6 1011 B.ralnolsLsndandlnvCo'-- .. ",. la,2,8. 64. 6 D6, n. 7" ,. ,. o.
4 UDkDOW": ..'... .: ,.,.;.. ; : . . .. 84 26 81 81 10 lot i.rnknown.,0 ... '-. 76 lIOiil 4.ii6.iU.lJ8.: .. .. f...;. .;..r 16f 28 80 as 7309pp) '..
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; .10.76.. . .. . ... . . . . . . . 83 1 26 Y .q. .;:; .? iA 28 80 6
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81 Unknown. . ..
1'nk.ow ..,...... ".,. .," .lo'78 .. . '.. ..1.. I a 103 <. .:).. : .,.1ot89r.... ... Y, [ .Srr. (.. is 26 80 ': : ;; :
.T,, ..'-J' ;>:: . . . .. .,-Jr: .116 &l VllkAowD ;-. '' TB ,.li.j.2.I.i.Virift. tH II HI ,.....i' '";". Itl\- :;
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H v 1?. ,Unknown ...Lot '7 .... .. o... ...... 15 28.80 CI 1 1 at Unknown r..u.yHr LOC 46 .. . .. .. ,., .. ., .'< .h', 84 26 80 5 1 "jj
?' Unknown .ylw..Tnu.. ... ....r..t ...Lot 81 ;..;..v.vV4V.v..y."ii ..111 28 ao.CI .1 11 Unknown ,u..i . ..'..Low 48 ADd 40 ,,.,.t.,.. ..,,,. 84 IUJ XI 10 '181 .
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,, .26 80 CI 1,11, Unknown .... .. 116 . . Advertising . .""
Unknown ... .u.... .+ .LOt112 . ..N U..u..l. .nre.ru.Iot u. .b. 84 26, 80 IS," ,,1ro7 aI. : I
y, .y v Hralnole Land ,'" lav. Co.. ...44 of M\. .. .. ..>... .... .. . '10 26 80- 40 a!1t i 18 i I. The 8.mtpol. Load and Investment ._" .:,. I,, Celluloid .Allumlnum.. JI| ..
of .. ot D''' run Co'. .ub' dlv of all
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nojd D N 4... ...... .. .Bef cor ' except .
/b''. n &11 ca.. 1lTcbas5.17tlkae. ,. > eett of nwK' except timber ,. .........,,,::, I .
.' < w 8.1Teh. .. .. ...4.. ... :,,10, 28 80.I'. 1,21 *, lease. to Tbe Klaalmmea Luui- a';' y : ..
Senlnoie Land A'Iai. Co..LoU 8 and d ad as 14" of aw It : net Compay' . .. .<'. ; 815 20 80. ' .
and wM ot ae""4 .......>-... .7Bemlnole 11 28 80 .208"ISO i. 80 'So-"oi.'r- "<, la:.. Ca, Lab 6..41I..3 ,8q}. .2. 61. W. .. WE 4RE'PUBLICITY' EX1 ERTS.' ;R Rd
Land J.... Co., Ufof-aft .. . .. .I. .'. 18 20 '80 ,, 8 I. tIGo 6& 11.: 81 'ni 110, VA," W, .' ,
4'' ".. . Tbe BemlnoU Land .,... '" V.. 1u3:! 103. IOC. 'lOtI 107, 110. ,f. 296 :
neat Co'a sub die of all. . .'. 20 26 80 11;,:. 115, 117. 110, 122. 123 LONG DISTANCE PHONE ,
.... :24 40. 41; 43 58 74,' ?s so : 1188 .
Bemlnola Land 1. Co. Lou 25. 1 .1&6. % 86 '
$ .I. ; 124 .a .. .. ... .ti) .. t.. *. .*.* 20 28 80 40 f 1" 811 Unknown ........ ..... ..Lot 1ll.r . 26 so 166 103 TAMPA: syiTE4t5 FLORIDA
't. Wf" *unknown 4.... ........ ...Lot 1 .. . . . ..b. .. ... . .. 20 26 8O D 08 Unknown ..r..e..Lat. 85Unknown t.,..,,,.. ...... ....., 8IS 280 IS 1 Ot 1o. ,.- ;
Baker a r .... .... .....LoU 20 and 28 ......,... .. 20 26.,SO 10 .181;' -... ..... ............t.62 '.r .r..J.i .r..17f.... 86 Z80 y 6 103: TAMPA BUILDING .
; f"I .Lfemmoa 0 J. ....... ..LoU-- 26 nnd 88 .. ... . .. .1. .. 20 28 80 16 1.61 Audlnall t .......>.... .,Lot 88 . . .. .. . . .. . .,. 36 28 80 6 ,1 OI " BANK OP . .
Unknown .. .......< .....Lot 81 . . .. ... .. .. .. .. 20 26 80 141 Unknown .., .. . .....Lot 118'r. ... .. ... .,...s. 85 26 80 IS -- 103 : t :
y- Unknown . .... ...... ...Lou 62 and 417 .< . . . ... . 20 26 80 10, 181 V.Iu>0.... '... ... .... .. ..lot 128 .ts.. . :. . . . \. 86 2'.a0 a 1 OHIT ,,' .
King air. B. ....... .. .. Lot 48 v. .. . .. .. . .. . . 20 26 80 0 108 The Bemlnola Land and Investment
Unknown .... ... . .. .. .Lot 64 . ... . . .. . .. . .. 20 26 80 a 108f Cp'a sub die of all except .
\ Unknown .... .... .. Lot 78 . '. .. ... . . .. .. 20 26 80 a t 08 Umber lease to -Toe Klsalm t 10
f Unknown .... .. ... .b. . Lot . . . z. . . .l .y . 20 26 80 5 1. 08 Lulaber.co.". .,... .. .. . a. 10 8 1 .
Unknown ... .. .... . . Lou 110 and 115 . ... .. ... 20 26 80 10 1 81 8amlaole I.asd k lay. o. = 8,1, 12 .1.. 15. 211. 80, 111. .
J Unknown ... . .. .. .....Lot 126 . . . .. .. . . . . . 20 26 80 6 1 OA .87.46, 49,,tl, 68, 64. 7O, 75, "
Tba Semlnole Land Inveatment 78, 81., 84, 88, 80, 02 03, 00,' .
I Co'. aub div of nil except 104,110,116,126.. .. .. . .. 8426 80 140 63
nwfe of nwH" except timber Baracer 2} .. .. . . . .-Lou 34, 47, 60, ,70 ": .. .. .ft.. 86' 26 80 20 2711
leas to 'the Kissimmee Lumber Unknown ... ... . .; .. .\Lot' 43 . . .. .. ... . 86 26 80 6- 108 "Hi STANFORD COMPANYI-
J Co. . .. . .. . .. I.. . . ... . 21. 26 SOt .. Unknown . . . . . .. Lot 77 .. . ...., ..,., .... M 26 80 6 1 oaX C.
: Bemlnola Land I... Co..Loti! IB 29 80 35 86, 46. 46, Unknown . . ... .....,.Lob! 82, 05, 88 . . .... . .. .'. >86 26 80 .. 18
Bl 62 ha.7.\ ill. 84, 87. lb2. 21 26 80 75 9 41'. Unknown . . . ... . .. .Lot 110Unknown .. .. . . .. .. . . 86 26 80 IB.S 108 .
i.Unknown . .. .. .. .. .LoU! 16 and 17 . . . .. . . . 21 26 80 10 1 01: . . . .. .. .. ..>LoU. 119 nnd 122 . ., .. .,. 86 26 80 10 1 61B ."
I Tbompaon M C . . . ..Lob 83 and 48 :. ... ... . . . 21 26 SO 10 161 Tile 8emlaols 'Land and Investment .. .. ... Carrlea an Complete n L.I.. of ::1
8 21 2880 10 181; Co'a sub dlv of aU

I '. Unknown Tbompeo.IIC..Lotl.d8.. ... . .. .. .. .,Lot!&!2 . . . . . . . ... . . 21, 26 80 5B I 1 elli timber Ie... to The Klaalmmee except- 8 .
Unknown j,. ... .. ... .. .Lot 53 . . . 2iUnknown 26 80 103 Lumber Co . 1 27 80. DRY GOODS, NOTIONSPURNISHINGS .
... .Lot S J . : 21 26 80 5 o; a.laol.4 '.1.... Co.. 62, 65, 7S 79 sli. 103,
t : ,. : -
J' I- Unknown ... ::: :: :: : :: :Lot Wfl, :. :::::::::::: : : : : : : 21 26 80 '5B oOi lots 120. 128, 127 . . . .. 1 27 80 60 OO t

"i Unknown .. .. . .. ... .. .Lot 126 21 20 80 1 Unknown . .4. .,.. . . .Lot.18 . . . . . ... . . . . 1 27 80 6 B8 -
Tba Bemlnole Land *; Investment Unknown . .. . . . . . .Lot 20 _. .. . . . . . . . 1 27 80 B 88
Co' sub div of all . . 22 20 SO Uoop C W ., .. . .. ...Lat 24 .. . .. .. .. . . . . l'27 80 6 88 j.
i Bemlnola Land Inv. Co..Lota 12. 17, :21., 57, 60 72, 87 Unknown .. .4 .. . ... .Lot 86 .. . . . .r..a 1 27 SO I 88 SHOES and CLOTHING
'j'1. 88,80,123,124: . . . . .1. 22 26 80 50 1'10' Unknown .. . .. .. Lob 60 and 63 . . . . . . 1 27 80 10 1 82
j Updecraf J .. .. .. ... .LoU a aDd 14 . . . . . . . 22 26 80 II 1 81 Kudeaall Jobn ... .. .. .Lo& B8 .. .. . . .. .. .. .. .. 1 27 80 B N '. .. ..,.,...
.< Unknown. ... . .., .. .. ..Lot 4 .. .-., . . . . . ... . 22 26 80 II 108 Unknown . . . .. . . . Lot 69 .. . .. . . . .. . . . .. 1 .27 80 6 88 .
( Unknown. .... . . ... . .Lot 11'. .-. . . . ... ;:. . . 22 26 80 15 1 08 Unknown . .... ..... Lot 70Callnndar . .. .. . . . . . .. 1 27 80 B B8 .a can be lo..ell.I Inland Florl4a.
Unknown. ... .. .. .. .. LoU 20 and 20 . . ... . . . 22 26 SO 10 1 61 3' it . ... . .Lot 72 . . . . . . . . 1 27 SO .5 S88 j\
; Unknown. .... .w.. .. ..-.Lot SO . . . . . . . . . ... 22 26'- 80 II 1 08 Unknown .. . .. . .. .. .Lot 80 . . . . : : .. . . . . 1 27 80 B 88 nnd nella them I
Unknown. .... .. .. ..-.Lot 43 . . . .. 22 26 80 15 1 03 "' Unknown, ... . . . .. . Lab 87 and 90 . . . . . . 1 27 80 10 182 1 i
Unknown ... .. .. .. . .Lou 62,01. d8, 41'. . _.. . . . 22 26 80 20 2 10 Downing W B. .. . .. Lot 06 . . . ; . . . . . . . 1 27 80 6 88
Unknown ..... .. .. .. .. .Lot 68 . . . . . ... . . ... 22 26 80 II 1 08 V o . . . . .. . . Lot 121 . . . ., . . . . 1 27 80 6 88 AS CHEAP AS ANY I .
y Unknown ..... .. .. .. .. .Lot 74 .. . . . ... . . . . . 22 26 80 II 1'08' T Tba Bemlnole Land and Investment ....t
1 Unknown ..... . .. ... . .Lot 83 . . . . . . . . ... 22 26 80 15 1 03 c.'. aub dlv of alt except HOUSE IN AMERICA
Unknown. ... .. . . . . Lot 118 . . . . . . . . . . 22 26 80 II' 108 lye of .w"". ._ . . . . . . . 2 27 80 j
, Williams B L .. ...... .Lot 127 . . .'L..d: . . . . . 22 26 SO 0 1 08 Semlnola Land A I.... Co..Lou 6, 6, T. 10, 11, 12, 2O, 21, .

TbSemi nole A Inveat. 22. 23, 26, 27. 28, 37, 38, 30, '"
.. meat CPr sub dlv of all accept .* 41, 42, 43, 66, 68, 70, 71, 73, .z -
. ne<4 of .awU except timber 74. 70. 84. 87, 00. 96, 00. . . 2 27 80 165 14 78 .
f lease to The Klsslmmee Lumbar 'Unknown . . . . . . . Lots 8"and 0'Williams . ... . . . . . 2 27 80 10 1112 -
Co 23 26 80Bemlnola L H. . . . . Lota 18 and 81 . . . . . . :2 27 30 10 1 82
Land 4 lave 19. 24, 63, Unknown . . . . . . . .LoU 24 and 25 . . . . . . . 2 27 80 10 1 42 H. C. STANFORD COMPANY
i. .. Co..lob72.. 7'38'781'81. 83, 87, 88, Unknown . ... . . . . . Lot 84 . . . . . . . . .: . :2 27 80 6 .38! :
T 101 108 117. 118 121, 122, Unknown . . . . . . . Lot 86 : . . . . . . . . . . 2 27 3O 6 88 ,
124 23 26 80 110 14 gft. Unknown . . . . ;. . .Lot 62 . . . . . . . . . . :2 27 UO 6 88 Kissimmee Florida
i Y-: Unknown '..Lop 2 and IS 23 26 30 10 1 Unknown . . . . . . . .LoU O5: and 8O . . . . . . 2 27 30 10 1 3* .,I
t. Unknown .Lot 4 28 26 3Oao o' 1 03 Unknown . . . . . . . Lot 60 . . . . . . . . . . 2 27 80 5 I 88 '1
a t MorrU E C -13 23 28 e 1 03 Unknown . . . . ... . .Lot 75 . . . . 00 . 2 27 30 5 88
r Unknown .Lot SI! 28 26 80 e 1 03 Unknown . . . . . . . LoU 1/11. 111114, 127. . . . 2 27 30 20 2 17 ./
Y1 I', Unknown. ... ..Lot 82 23 26 SO o 1 03 Unknown . . . . . . . Lot 12U . . . . 00 . . . . 2 27 30 5 88
y Wbwlcock BL . .. . ..LoU 55 aDd 74 23 28 80 10 1 111. The Seminole Land and Invent-
23 26 SO B\ 1 OJ!
Unknown .Lot Ct l
:
Unknown" ... . . . . . LoU 82 and 67 . . . . . . 23 26 80 10 1 61 want Co'. sub dlv Tbe of Klnsluimvc eye excepttimber ,

.S j Goober B L .u . . . .Lot 64 . . . . . .,. . . . . 23 28 SO B 1 03 lease Co .to. . . .- . '11 27 30
Unknown ... . . .*. .. . Lot 116 . . . . . . . . . . 3.1 26 30 5 1 03 Lumber 33-,34 WANTED-A' AGENT
35.
? I Unknown ... . . . . . Lot 79. . . . . . . . . . 23 26 30 6 1 U3 Seminole Land A I.". Co. .lx>ts 2, a 4. 15.41 30, 60 52, ttd '
,
., Unknown. . . . . .. . Lot1 82 . ... . . . . . . . 23 an 80 B 1 03 :115 ut 41'11 lo 125,::: 48, 121. 128.: . 0 27 30 105 10 H1I0bln.on IN KACH TOWN and district bride and exhibit a sample Latest Model .1.1II

'a Brown C H . . . . . . .Lot 014. . . . . . . . . . . 23 26 3O 6 1 03 K . . . . . Lot, 3 ,. . .,. 120. . . . . . . . \U 27 8O I 6 88 "Na.pr"bicycle furnished by na. Our 4It'01.O."wy,1un! artUla..LDc .
4 ? Unknown ... :. . . . Lot 101. . . . . . . . . . 23 26 30 B I 03: C. . . . . . . .Jx>t 19 . . . . . . . . . . \\I 27 ao 5 88 > fart ". _. ....**.,*.*/ f w.lwu. *tHO '" .,. ..
Unknown ... .. . . . . Lot 104 :. . . . . . . . . . 23 2T 3O B 1 03: 'Unknown . . . . . . . U 27 UO 10 1 32 MOMaty IIKQUlRafo nnUl yon receive and approve or your
. . . . . . . . . . . . 23 26 30 6 1 03 Unknown . . . . . . . lobt.III and 64 blccl.We ....... ...,... ... .I
) P ,Unknown . . . . Lot 118 Unknown . . . . . . . Lot 01 . . . . . . . . . . 9 27 30 I 5 88 ship to anyone anywhere In the V.' 8. i '
Tbe Semlnole I Land Invest. ; Unknown . . . . . . . Lot O7 . . . . . . . . . . 1L-111| 30 5 88 In advance. v/Mtsi. and allow TIN OAT rT**. TRIAL durlnPwhich
fl f ,; moot Co'''''8ub div of all except Unknown . < . . .-. . . Lots O8 and 77 . . . . . . .'. 9 27 30 10 1 32 tlm.you may ride the bicycle and put It to any tent yatwleh.It .
'Y, -1>. Umber l leap to 1'b. Kissimmee ; . . . . . . . lots l 117 and 112 . . . . . . \\1:7:: 30 10 1 32 yon are then not perfectly aatlsfled or do not wish\ to keep .the
Lumber Co ... . . . . . 24 20 30 .. I Unknown Unknown . . ... . . . . Lot 98.. . . . . . . . . . . II 27 30 6 88 It bark to us aloof expense and*.. mill sa f..*!ws ._ .
U
Seminole Land It In.. Co..lx :i. 5 tl, 7. 11..10. 11, 12,.14,.. '.. .' ,, Unknown . . . . . . .( Lot 114 . . . . . . .'. . . U 27 3O 5 -83 FACTOR PRICES* possible We tumlsh I to make the Mi-heat at one tirade small Mcyclea profit above U ;
22, 23, :24, 2u. ;27,: 29, 8
,l ii' 82. 86, 80 43, 46, 47, 00, 7d,, 78, Co'. sub dlv of all . . ., 10 27 80 J In direct of us and have the manufacturer's: a-uarantea lM-hlnd your
:. 11. 01, UO, 00, 101, 110; 122. . 24 262U 3O3O I6SB 20") .11, Iblcycle. DO NOT BUT Of from at ..
Inv. Co.. Lots 2. 3, a bicycle or a pair Urea .0" >
A
i Unknown ... . . .. . .Lot 2 . . . . . . . . . . . 24 1 oa Semlnole Land 3.J, 34, 35 I .41.71S..9.11o.1:3.. 62.- |.r<.. until you receive our cal.aloe.Dd learn our J1ubeBl'<1of t..... .
Unknown .-.'.. . .LoU 4 and 13 . . . ... . . . 24 26 SO3O 10 181 ot: oo. 103 107, Y 10, ill 112 c:"::n and .......... ......- !-. to rider .......
. . : 8 . . . . . . . . 24 26 B 1 03 ..
r! Unknown ... . Lot 00. 126 no.rwl. b
I' ( 116 HO J23 IOU WILL BE ASTOR.SHED
fr . . . . . . . . . . 24 20 30 6 1 03 113 114. :d".0.rsdr: =mwMl..IttITI ab.taleed..
Lot 14
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Unknown ... .. . . . . . . . . . . 10 21 80 111II 111 08Uo".o.n . r
127 128 _.. .. .... ....
. . . . . . . . . . 24 20 3OSO B 1 oaoa "' ". /ow ... v all th hi. bl
... .. . . . . Lot 17 : 1 32 era
Unknown . . . . . . . Lots 1 and 16 . ... . . . . . 10 2710 10 'sewn ear o / Unknown ... . . . . . .Lot 42 . . . . . . . . . . 24Unknown 26 B 1 . . . . . . . Lots 4, 13, 2O, 2O . . \ . . . 10 27 80 20 2 ,17 .IQyOIa. one i,roe a W our bloyolss SftdaTfoorowa-.oe- SAia.vlat. doubts vur prloaa
ti' .. . :. .Lot 82_ 24 26 30 B oaoa Unknown . .. . . . . . 10 21 ao I 6 811 c......all'...d.II,.'.,.___
f . .
. .
. . . Lot 38
: : : : : : : : : : : : Johnson M U ..
: : .aooeb .
Moon Mrs N B .<. : :: : Lot 80 : : : : : : : : 24 20 SO B . . . . . . . . . 10 2110 Ii 88 I.aeo eIOYCLaa. w. do aet rera ,kad4 wee0d 1yd blcrelw but x.0.117" Meeas
. .. . . . .Lot 43 ; 00. .m b.r_ b.e4 I.ksa Is_ ,.. ..
roeaIl ..11J.J ,
Unknown bf Ouf Cb.o ool
Unknown ... ... .. . . .Lot 91 .. . . . . . . . . . 24 26 au 6 103 '. . . . . . . Lot 46 : . . .'. . . . . . . 10 27 80 3 I 811 nom x 10"o'., ...........,.((5 owbd. 0... 7bwew cloar Yrl.w
f Unknown ... . . .. . .. .Lot DII .. . . . . . . . 24 26 80 B 1 oa Unknown -. . . . . . . Lot 48 . . . . . . . . . . 10 21 80 I 6 88 iEbS( .L t. .. .. ... .k.t..ad t..r.55t.et.repSftsSM >:; f'

r I liyre B ":.:: :: : : ::: : : :Lot.Lots: 106.07 add.&12. : : : : : : :". .".. .. 24 24Unknown 26 26 SOSO 1OB of 61 oa Unknown Unknown .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .101.. Lot 61 5tl .aod. . .67. . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 10 10 27.2. 30 80 10.6 1 811 32 S RP.! I eq. praiofall Neacfare-Proo1i, '{

Unknown .... .. . . .. .. Lot 117 . . . . . . . . . . 24 26 80 1 03 Unknown . . . . . . . .Lot OttUoop . . . . . ... ... . . . 10 27 80 :6 88 Hedgethorn I 11 0j j
;, Unknown ... .. . .. . . .Lot 124. . . ... . . . . . . 24 26 SOSO B l' 03 Unknown W .'. . . . . . .Lots Ot), 76, 85 . 00 . . . . 10 27 80 111 1 71'0 UIASoT
ihl .Unknown .... . . .. . Lot 1.7: .. . . ,... . . . . . 24 26 6 1 03 Crews C Gee W . . . ... .Lot 71 . . . . ..'. . . . . 10 27 ao 5 811 Self4iealiagTres84I ::::::;JKRye. : or:

Tbe Bemlaole Land A Invest. Unknown .:. . . . . . Lot 78: . ... . . . . . . . . lU 27' ao 5 88 .
ment Cc'..sub-dlT of all except: U Unknown . . . . . Lot 83: . . . . . . . . 21 30 5 811 ."r.lNnwH.....,._- 4 I'
__ --:-"limber lease to The Kissimmee Carmiebaei'R . .. . ... Lot 101 . . . . . . . . : .: : 10 27 80 II 88 ....1._... t
I .. . . . . 25Semlnole 28 80 . . . . . . 10 n.: 80 5 81,1, wdlwlfr..er.N M$4.wl: .
; ._ Lumber Co Unknown . . . . . . . Lot 106 ( ,,,mMr4..H.IfOMORETtO.BLEFROMPORCT.RES . '
Land It Inv. Co..Lots B, 13. 1:1.: 1'1.22. 2:1,28: 80, Unknown . . . . . . LoU, nil ad 1222 . . . . . . 10 21 80 10 1 82 .
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k 86\, 45. 6?. 00. 04, 72 70, 87, 8t Corbln II A 00. . . .t. ... .Lot 121 . . . . . . . .'. . to 24' 80 IS 811 ,. \(' '
I UO U7, 108, IOU, 117, 124 . . 20 26 ao 115 14: 83 The Seminole Land and Investment \ . m>l".. Va thoussagdpalnsA t'4 fce__1 j '.
I 20 26 80 10 1 61 hundred last year.j :
: ,1. D... .. ...... ....LoU Lots 7 1 und U 16> . : . : : .. . .. 25 26 SO \ lU 'A V-oa 61 timber Co'a lease sub to dlv"Tba of all Klsalm-except-. ', ..' OESOtUPTtOM- *'.U Madeln lively mu;and,":.. It ". _

: rtr"k , Poop C W .:.. .. .. .....Lot 84. .. ... ... . ;-.-.-. . .... t 25 26 80 Ii mee Lumber Co .. *." 11 27 30. nuiof, very durable and lined Inside easy witaetKr '
4 liutscbake W 1C . ......Lot 40 .... . < ., .'<..... .u.>..w 25 26 80 .161 1 a 8ewlnale, Land A In", Co..l: !. 71. 8. 0, 10. 11 11. 16.H ':. Quality ofrubber. which never be- 1
.. .. .LoU 88, 04. 110-H .. . ..... 26. 26 SO JIj",2, 18 ,
UVn1iow known ,... ,' ._. . 17.' 20. 2., 23, 26. 26. 27. 28. a. cornea porous slid which small \1\
. ..Lot loT ... . 25 ,26 80 5 ; h tooa . tbaaYr .
, Bright 0 II . . .. sn.n. H. 81). 84. 86 33 89 40. 41" 4.4: y. f.
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The', Semlnole Land *. Invest > w1 ,:I. ,"" 43, 46, 47. 61, ba, 67. 02 63, 65,. ;Y ... we havebundrd.ofkttsn7fiowatlabedeustomety!! Ii rJotf a*tbe.hlekrobMrt *.
r- "' ; . . 29 HO ?\. 78 84. 80 04 .. \ I "," "' .. ', . atatlngthat their tlrra have only been pumped I
v __ went Co'a sub dlv of all. ,\,20 .t .', 00..6\1. 70? J. a61 < : no' ones .:. rDnN.er:;e\a".H.\: i.
iii. 112 115. ortwlce In n whole welch no more than
108 eaason. They
trod A IBV, o.. Loti 8. V 12. $88.,99., : 00 07 08 ", a '
8emiDol. 10..110. d5 1 ;?.i:;20.. ,. ...... 2a M' SO 60 658 ,: 126. . ... . 11 27 80 265 28 20 na ordinary tire,tbe pgnctnrereoIaUnaanaUlleei: belnaIrrn t0M'VSMl4reatNnt.. Thla.

Unknown ... .. ... .. .. Lots3 ADd 14 . . . .. .;. .. .. 26 24TUnknown SO30- 10 1 61a Unknown .. . . . . ... .Lyi80anddlt1 . . . . . ... 11 27 SO. 10 182 by several layers of thin, spedmlly prepared tie..._will outlast say ether.
$ ... . ... .. .. .Lot 6 .. ... . . ... . . . 26 26 6 1 03.UOkoowa . . . . . . . LoU 8tt and 45' . . . . . . 11 27 80 10 1 82 abrleonthetreaC. Tbe rerular price of these Ureela SOFT CLASTIC andAST
. . Lou 10 and 23. . . . . . . . 26 26 30 10 161 Unknown. . . . . . . Lot M . . . . . . . . . . 1127 80 5B 811UD"Do..n 810.00. per pair bnt foradvertlalnr purpoaea we are RIDING. \.,
I JC. .. ... .. Lot 11 . . . . . . . . .: . 26 26 80 0e 1 03la Unknown . . . .. . . ,. Lot 60 . . . . . . . . . . 11 27 80 88 maklnn a special factor' pHoe to the rider of only ".80 per pal. All orders ahIppid/ same ''I
Baia
? .Haaford' It .. .. . :. .... Lot 22 . . . . . . . . . . 26 26 SO8O 0o 1 63i . . . . . . . Lot 61 . . . . . . . . . 11 27 80 6 88 day loiter Ie rpcelved. We.hlD O. O. D. on .1>I>1'Onl. You do not pay a cent until You
9
. . . . . . . 26 2O 1 08 Unknown . . Lot 611 . . . . . . . . . . 11 21 ISO ,6 88, haw .m.uOO and found them strictly as rspre.nted. 6'-
t i Unknowc; .... . . . . . Lot 27 Unknown . . . . . w.will ."".._._.oU.U.b'-" '.. .... rlw..... pld)lr _...M.rpLL OA.
Ocadlck N : .|x>U 84. 87. 70'. . ... . . . . 26' 26 80 15 2 18 . . . . . . .1..1.0 811 and 92 . . . . . . . 11 27 30 10 1 32 WITH oaoea sed.erbw Ibl.' - .. You no rl.k POO' ...'0 w IW tlr,. b.I.tureed.5 .
-- A A'.1.. .. Lot 51Unknown . ... . . 26 26 80 n/ 103 Unknown . . . . . . . Lota 81 aDd {I/O . . . . . . . 11 27 3X 10 1 32Un..o..D oua.xpwwif foreal== = .l"t 1..0.: ,: :::: W..n p.rto'tlfi.o.r I d lN
lJ ..... . . .. . Lot 68 ...: ::. :::::. . . ..' 26 26. 80 0 1 03 Unkoow". . . . . . . . .loot 109 . . . . . . ... . . . 11 27 SO II 88 .... -. w51 lO ...... vas sae.....";;. IsmserOsra pa..7t_ &1-.foe will. 8d 11.1 'hr, will ..". rWI.t.
l Unknown/ .... . .. .. . .. Lot66 . . . . . _. . . . 26 26 80.-1) I 03 Unknown . . . . . . . Lot. 117ga. . . . . . 11 21 80 10 1 82 % k.ow ns tba/l..tw.r.m b.se b.tl.r wall, -"leer.- -. {tI.t wb.ao." Oe.r tb.asoy the.feu "keys...r use or s..t,"'W'pru., k .
1; Waltner F C . .. .. . .Lot 78Unknown . . . . . . . . . . 26 26 ao 6 1 03 Unknown . . . . . . . Let 126 . . . . . . . . . . 11 27 '80 II 88: you ..*,row,1 awn=nmalk.bl.w.0e7a.on of.,' Loa will' 'iv. us four urns weal
. . . ......... .Lot 75 . . . . . . . . . 26 26 80 B 103 'J'b. aeminoIe Laud aDd invest'meat t..F.dU..trt.-NEEOn:1 ...d Io".ot, It............. t
r lBb.rma J N <... .. .. . . Lot 78 . . ... : . . . . .. 26 28 so 0 108 C.'. sub dlv of all. . . 12 27. 80 .. :HeaHaTlJIial::: ::: al ....._.." .............?... \'
,, k: Unknown . . .. :. .. ... Lot 70 . . . . . . . . . . 26 26 80 0 1 03 Scmldole Land A Inv.. Co..fot7. lit 0. 24. 27, 86..4'. 411. J.<".sdr rues"of-0.1'nrw./ tb.Irth.wa.l big"I -' IPMl UMllT OaVtaVk_/ wbl.k "._ aI, e1w a..1 '.
82 . . . 26 26 80 0 1 03 69, 76. 82, 94. I E6. "8. ho .. _._ ,, '
Unknown . . . .. . ... Lot DO NOT wAIT"t to a lOOT "I. .Uy'.bl......".. ...... .l
1' Unknown ... . .. .. .. .. Lot O3 .... .. ..: . ... r.. : 26 28 soso 0 1 03vokoow 116. hi. 128. ., . . 12 27 SO 9 28UD"oowa' .rs..o. .."'01.-: kOwtW. _--.ru'oll-i .... _I"" .
; l'r ... . .. .. .. . Lot 124. . . . . 26 26 0 108 . . . .'. . . .Lot 4 . . . . . . . . : 12 27 3O 88 J omlr 04rt..lx-talt< ?nt.UHO -T? r t
Unknown .. .. .. .. . ..... Lot 12S . : : : .. .. . . : : 26Ilanaeon 26 80 0 1 03 Unknown . . . . . . .-.Lut 11 . . . .'. . . ... . . . 12 27 80 Sfi 88 J. L. MEAD CIRCLE
88 COMPANY
. . . . 12 27 80 ; CHICAGO
i r Tbe Bemlnole Land *. Invest ? iv 1. Unknown . . . . . . . Lot 85 . . . . . JU\ 1
n . . . . . . . 12 27 80 6 88
Point Co'a sub div of all excepttimber Randall B W . . . .. .Lo. 4W " "
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? .J.w. . . LoU 65 and 68.- . 12'' 27 80 10 132
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lease on eand H Hill J O . . . . 88 ,16-lat
1 w\Io to The Jtlssltnmee Lumber, ; Hess Jaa . .. . .. . ... Lot 60 " " " " 12 27 80 6 ,
'r . . 212810 '. .Lot 78 . . . " 12 27 80 6 811IJodgo '
J Co . . . .. .4 Cannon C C . . . . .. " " 88 -- --- -- - ---- ''!
r4.. land a I.". Ca.Iott7 17.18.82, 46.; C0. 8d. 87, : .. CC . . . . . ... Lot 86 .r . . . .. . . . . 12 27 80 B
eeminol/ 88Vn".o"'D
,,q 4 Cl8. U3, 71 14, IV 01, BU, VU, I Unknown . . . . .. . ..loot "102 : . . . . . . . . 12 27 80 II L
? . . . . . . . . . . 12 27 80 CI 88
a 101, ins, 1O8, 112 120, . . . . . ... Lot 107
n. . . . . . . . . . :. . 2T 26 80 110 14 00 U... . . . . . . . .Lo 126 . . . 12 27 30 5 "88
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,9 Donnoyer B r . . . .. .Lou 83 nnd 48 . . . . . . 27 26 80 10 1 61 Un"nowa' . . . . . . . .Lot 127 : : : . : : : . . : : : : 12 27 80 0 811Th. For that LINGEIUNG COUGH take 1

Unknown ... . . .. . .Lota 84. nad 47 .. .. . . . . 27 26 80 10 81 Bemlnole Land and Investment
Unknovn. .. . .. .. . .. Lot'87 . . . . . . . . . ; 27 26 80 S 1 Oil Co'a sub dlv of all except ,
Pct
F.,% .rUnknown r11 .... . .. . .. .. Lot 41 . . . . . . .('' ...:. _27 26 SOSO 6 1 oa; timber lease to The Kissimmee NYAL'S WINTER COUGH
.. Lot 66 . .;: Iii 26 B 1 03 Lumber Co . .'. . . . . ._._. 13 27 80 N;:; SYRUPv
Unknown Wjman J P'. .. . .. .. :.Lot 68 :::....... . ...... : : 26 80SO 0 103 Se-ntnol. Land I... Co. Loti! 1. ... 11. 18.

Unknown .. . . . .Lot 77Unknown . . . . . :. . .. . . 27 26 0 1 oa 211. 28.: 30'328'313. 89. 42, "I, "
.... . .. .. .. . Lot 84 . . .. . .. . . . . 27 26 80 6 1 oa 48, 62, t>3. B6, 6O 60. 6O< 64 1 .'
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, ,t Unknown ..... . . .. . Lot 88 . . . . . . . . . . 27 .26 SO 0 1. oa 146. 67, 80, 81. 03. 04, 06 O7 Contains no Morphine or Oplnni Uoinpound.KcIIovcs 1
. . . . . . . 2ttongley > .26 80 6 103 t I 118
Goo A . ... . . .Lot 00 . . 101 104 108 110 112 .
1 T V, McNeil IT . . . . . ..Lot 94 . . . . . . . . . . 27 26 30' 0 1 oa 120. 121, 126 128 . . . . ... 13 27 SO 210 20 IB soreness and Irritation.
,'B 4 ,,. Unknown" .8... .. . . .. . Lot '10O . .. . . . ... . . . 27 26 80 0 103 . . . . . . . Lot 21 . . . . . . . . . . 18 27 80 6 .88 y
Q .i Unknown .... .. . . . ..Lot 103 . . . . . . . . . . 27 26 ,SO 5. 1 08 'Unknown Unknown . . . .J. . . Lota 81 and 4. ... . . . . . . IS 27 SO 10 1 82 Heals] Inflamed Tissue 1
k/ . . . . . . . . . . !* 27 80 6if 88
Semloole Land A Invest 0\ . . . . . . . Lot 89
m Tbe eat Co'. tub dlv of all . . . 28 26 80 Unknown Unknown . ... . . . . . Loti! 91 and 102 . . . . . . 27 SO 10 1 82 811MiliaI' 25 and 50c sizes. ;e

ft, ; A ' Land A Inv. Co..LoU 20. 27, 83. 42, 46, "9. 61. Unknown . . . . . . . .Lot 109. . . . . . 18 27 SO S 88
Btmlnols 1 . . . . . . . 18 21 SO Ii
7O, 71, 72, G . . : . . . .loot 110 '
64 66 '' C
; feif y..!. T3Lj4.,75 8.1I.1I111687, 80. 0O, 06, Unknown ... . . .. . . Lot 124 . . . . . . . . . . 18 27 80 CI 88 KISSIMMEE DRUG CO. Ai
r 1 97;, 02. 103. 112:.. 120, 123. . 26 80 100 18 48 Unknown ... . ... . . ? Lot 127 . . . . . .'. . . . . 13 27 30 CI 88 .

,t . ... . . . . .Lots . " . 28 26 80 20 2 7fl The demlnolo Land and Investment .
I Unknown . . . . . . : Lots andTl0. . : . . . . 28 26 30 10 1 61 Co'a sub dlv of-all. . . 14 27 30 '

Unknown . . . . . .. . Lots 84 and 47 . . . .. . . 28 26 80 10 1 61 .. II. 1022.. 24. 28. 81S. .
Unknown Seminole Laced a I. "
+ J Unknown . . . . . .Lots lilt IUd 48Unknown '. . . . . . . 28 26 8O 10 1 61 Ca:89: .46'Cll..I1.3. 113. 00 625. 08. 68.
:: . . . . .Lots 116 and ..67'Unknown . . . . . . 28 24M 8Oao 10 1 Al 18. 8""'.. 8t. 93. 64. 1m. 8' 89. d4
. . : Lot C* .. ... . . .... .... n 1 110.111. 114. J2w. . . . ... 14 21 : 146 18 91 r
I .J Saw es' liB. : : : : :: : : ..Lot 04: . . . ,, .. . . . . . 28 26 soso e 1 0.1 . . . . . .Lota 8 and B . . . . . ... . 14 27 ttSO 10 1 82
.t. : . . . . . Lot 111 . . . . . . . . . . 28 28. o 1 03 UnknownUnknown Lot 20 14 27 B 8S
'"Ill '" Unknown RutrbH. . . .. . .. .. Lot lOfl . . . . . . . .. . . 28 26 80 o 103 Unknown : ::: : : : : : : : : :.:'.Lot 27 : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : 14 27 80 B 8BUnknown

i ',.k Tbe grmlnole Land A. lavest.ment ... . . . . . Lot 84.Lots . . . . . . . . . . 14 27 80 B 88'Unknown '
< ; .- .+ Co'a aub dlv of ett of eVa ... . . . . . 86 an46 . . . . . . . 14 27 10 1.82 N..F. i3 ASS '.
',. and awH" of n4", and nwUiexp Unknown ...'. . . . ;'. .Lot 48 . . . .. . . . . . . 14 27 SO 6 *8
,'; "* cept Umber leas<) on awU of I'ecllbam A.J4 . . . ... Lot '01 . . . . 00'. . . . . . 14 27 30 B 88
'b." .' tv neVi and nww to The Klsalmmee . . . ... . ... Lots 65 and '80 ..'. . . . . . 14 .27 80- 10 1 82 1'
&c : Lumber Comp..l" . . 20.flemlnoU 26 80 f UnknownUnknown ...., . .: .... Lt 86 . . . . . . . . . . 14 27 80. B 88 11
:! Inv. Co..Lota 89, 01 61. 62.. 29 26 80 80 -4 4U ... .Lot .B7 .1. . . . . . . . . 14 27 80. 88Cu..I..bam
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; ljfb 1\/\ ..I# Unknown. . .. . . .. .. Lots 88 and 411 ... . . . ... . 20Bane. 26 80 10' 181 Unknown T B . . . Lota 102 and 107 . . . . . .. 14 27 SO 1 31. -I.I CONTRACTOR and BUILDERDoes
J ..LoU BO nod 63 . . . . . . . 29 26 saso 10 1 61 . . 14 27 80 10 1.821Unknown i
+. &l; B D ..... .. Unknown. . . :. . . ... tx>U .IO:} and 106 . . . i
i 111: Unknown ... .... ..fat 6. . .. '" . ... . . .. 20 26 016O 10:1: .. . . . . ...flot 122 . . . .-. . . . . . 14 27 80 B 88
I. k.._.1..01. Land k I.... Co..f'' aof nejt and lot 4. . . .. 82 26. so e 28 Unknown . . . . . ... Lot 123 .k.. . . . . . . . . . 14 27 so B 8UoknowJ
.1 fr> """' y The Seminole land A Invest . .S..Lot 128' . . . . . . . . . . 14 27 so B ,88
C ., went Co'a nub .dIv of all except General Contracting and Building and Furnishes Esti-
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'y Lob74. 71&, T9, B 94 .9 timber lease to. The. . .Kisalmmesf0mber . . . . 15 27 30 It be a Two-Room Cottage or a Tourist-Hotel. '
r b 02.: 98 .:. 4 . f'Ss. :. .: . : 83 26 80 80 1081 Co . . ,
t . ..Lot 4 . .. ,. . . . . . 83.28 80 103 8.n 1nole Land A I.,. Oo.Lou! 1. |. '9..U. 141. rr. 10. 20 .. 4 -- ."
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78 79. 80. 81 .s3. 90 91 Unknown .. .. .Lot 16 blk . . a'll DauO . ... 19. 20 207. .
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Unknown ...... ..... ... Lots 87 and 44 ... .. Lot 2 blk 272 .... .. .. a
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Unknown .< .. .. .. ... .Lot 47 .. . .. .. ... . . 10 80 G' 88 Volo. ... .. .... ....Lo..21 and 22 108 . 11. U.uo.. ... ... .. . . . .Lot blk 273 . .., . .I"I . 81
Unknown ...... .. ... ... .Lot 66 . : . . . .. 10 ilS7 80 II all .. .._ .. ..Lot 18 19 bil.109. ?.. 8 92 Unknown. .... ... .. .. . .Lota 9 and 10 bi. ST8 \, . . 1
1 Unknown .. ... .i .. ... .Lot 64 I..L. : ; . .. . . .M' IO 80 0 88 Furze I .. ...... . 19 a.d SO Mk 110'Unknown . :. : ".' - 2 48 .... .. .... ...,L 20 blk. 2T8 . .o .!. ..s. .. 01'

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Unknown ... ... ..... ... .Lot 76 .. .. . . .. . .. .. la STST 80 II 88 Unknown ... .. .. . ..Lot 0 blk. 111 :.:.. .i. .. 46 Unknown. .. .? :.. . . a1e ... .. . .I
Unknown ... ..i .. .. ... Lot 83- . . ... . . ... .. . .. . 10 SO 15 88 Unknown r...'.. .... .Lot IB blk 111 .. . .. .. 46 Unknown ... ... .. .. .Lot 9 blk. ..v. . .. .1. .
t Unknown. .. ... .. . ..... .Lot 99'. . . . : . . . . .. 10 STST 80 15 88 Unknown .... ..... .. ....,Lot T blk 112 . . .:. .. . .. ... 1 46 B.uo. .... .. .. .. ..Lot-10 blk. 276 . . .. .. .
Unknown .. ... .... ... .Lot 108 .. .. . .. .. .... . . 16 80 15 88 Unknown ... . .. .. . .. .Lot 19 blk. 118.. .. .. .. .. .. . 1' ... .. .. .. .Lot 4 Mk. S77 <*. .... ... . . . d
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:f Unknown. a . . . . . .... .Lot 118 .. . 18 80 15 68IB Chapman D W ..: .. .Lot IT blk 114 . . . . ?.. . 182 Valt..oW. ... .. i. . .Lot 18 blk 277 . .. 00
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f. Co' sub dir of eU. . . IT 80 Unknown ... .... .... .Lo\ 20 bil 116 . .. . . .. .r 182 ... . ... . ..Lot 9 blk. S82 .. . . .. . . .
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t 1'. 94, B0; 97, 98, 110 ill. 112! Unknown .... ... ... .. .Lot bIl 116. .. . . 1 82 Unknown ... .. . . . ..Lot 11 blk. 285 . ... . .,. . .". 1 ej
114, 116, 116, 126: 120, 12T, Unknown... ... .. .. . ..Lota 12 bik. 116 . .. . 2 IV Ltodg C C.. .. .. . ..Lot blk. 280 .1 .. . ., . ..'. 4
128 . . . . . ." . . . . ITIf 2T 80 ,100 1& Unknown ... ... .. .. . . .Lot 18 blk. 118 . . . . . . 182 Ftaaler L . . . ... .Lot 8 blk S87 .. . . .. 1
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Bbrader H .. . . .. .......,,\4 of nee, less 420 ft square Unknown . .. . . .. tot 12 bit. 119 ...:; . .. .'.. .. { : Ik. B A .: . . . . . .-. 28 blk 28T .. . ... .. 1 .
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Unknown ... . tlot 9 blk 146. . . . . . . '
chs 8.10 chs .. . . . . . . 80 SB 28 1 I 84'' Unknown ... . .. ... . . Lot 12 blk. 14S . '.. . ... 1 Unknown ... . ... . .. . Lou IS and 14 blk. 298 . .. . 1 "' .. '
Crosby ;J W Co . .. . .eV4 of .,,\4 except timber 'lease Unknown ... ... .. ... . Lot 9 blk 147. . ... ?. .. .. . .. 1 1 82 82 .Oroa..Mr.Unknown P L. . . . .Lot 18 blk 298 .. . . .'. .. 1 9 t
I'I to Ansley Lumber It Tie Co and Unknown ... . .. . . . Lot blk. 147 '. . . . .. . . 1 82 ,.. . . . . Lot 18 blk. 294 . . .>. 1 If
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turpentine lease to J K Illnson Unknown ... ... .. . . . lot 1 blk 147 . . . . . .. .. Lou 19 and 20 . . . 1
Co . . . . . . . . . . SBSB 80 808 Unknown ... .. . . . . Lot 19 blk 147 ... . . .. .. ... 1 821 Unknown .... . . .. Lot 14 blk 29T . .. . . . . ..
4 Palmer H r . . . . . .w% 'ot swU" ., :. . ... ... . . . . 2D S 1T? 40 190 Parker 111 1 . . .... . . . Lota 7 and 8 blk. 148 . .. . . 1 82'' Unknown ... . .. %. . Lot IT blk. 897 . . .. . . . . n
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NAttCOSSEE). II! : . . Lot 6 blk 298 .. . . . . . .. ,1'po
Unknown ... ... .. . Lot 18 blk 148 . . . . . . -
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j Unknown t nwU" of lot 12 .. . . 10 SB 81 SI 78 Unknown .. .. .. . . Lot 16 blk. 148 . .. . . # blk 298 . . ?'
W .. . . .. .Lot 19 . . . . . . . . a . I 82 Whitney L. . 21 .
Ayer Dr M . . 19 26 81 886 Unknown ... ... .. . . Lot 8 149. . . . . . . Lots and 22 blk 29 . ..
Ayers Dr M W . .,.. . Iota 46 and 40 . .. . . . . . 19-20 26 81 so 8611 Unknown ... ... . ... Lota bil 12 blk. 149 . ... . 1 42 HantachkaWin. ::...:. lot 6 blk. 299. . . .. .. 9
Ae..DrM W . . .. . lot 18 . . . . . . . . .'. . 20 26 81 40 281 Unknown . ... .... . Lota 22 blk 160 . . . . . 2 181 Unknown . . .. . . .. Lot 12 blk 8OO . . . .. . .. 17
A,.... Dr M W . . . . .Lot 46HENOON : . . . 20 all. 81 12 1 26 Unknown ..... .. .... .Lot 9 blk 161 . ... . . . . . 1 1 82 82 Unknown Unknown .. ..... .... . . Lot blk 10.. . . . ... . .
'ARii. . . ... . . 1. bik. .. . . . . 1
Unknown .. .. . Lot 13 blk 151. . . . . . Lot .
Kane J W .. . . . . ,-.Ixjta 40 and 41 . . . . . . .. 8'SB 81 1 OO Unknown ....... ... . . .lot 22 blk 151 . . i .... 1 82 Unknown .. . ... . . 22 blk. 801 ... .. . . 1 11 If
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KISSIMMbE; CITY.f . 12 . . . Lot 24 -blk. 802 . .
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Unknown .. . i. . . Lot 8 162 . . . . .
*, > I It 11 1* Draughts Addition. Peterson . ... . . . Lots 1 Ilk 2 blk. 153 . . . . 1 Unknown .. .. . . . .. Lot 10 blk. 803. . . . 1
Barage R B . . . . . Block C . . . . . . s. . . . 2 61 Unknown 1. .. . . . . lot 10 blk 164 . . . . . . 48 Thompson J W .. . . .. lot 19 blk 8O3 .. . . . . . . 2'If
Cummings C A. lilat. . . .All bike H and K . . . . . . 8 23 Unknown ... . .. . . lot 11 blk. 154 . . . .. . .. 1 40 Hteblns AD. . . . . . Lot 9 blk 8O4 . . . . . . . .
..< Demouth D J . . . . . All blk. I and J . . . . . . 6 23 Unknown ... . ... . .'. . Lot 8 blk. 156. ,. . . . . . . 1 46 Rteblns AD. . . . ..lot 10 blk. 804 . . 11
Tatea PA . . . . . . . lot 4 blk U . . . . . . . . 7 61ROBER80N'8 Poober if' L . .. . . . lots 18 and 14 blk 16T . . 1 61 Bower DC. . . ... . .Lot. 11 end 12 bil 804' . . . 9
2 76
AUDITION. . Unknown ... . .. . . Lot 17blk 804 .. . . . . 1
Unknown ... . . Lot 18 blk 157 . . . . .
I' Howard JO . . .. . . lot 2 blk 8 . . . . . . : . 1 90 Unknown ... . . . lots 5 and O blk. 161 : :,. . .." 1 61 Unknown .. . . .. . . .I.ot.18 and 14 blk SOB .,. .. .. 1i
Floyd DN . . . . . . Lots 1 2. 8. 4 blk. 4 . . . . . 14 8D Rothrock T . ... . .... lot 10 blk 162 . . . . . 7 67 Unknown ... ... .. . . lot 24 blk. SOB . . . . . . . 19
Green Oeo W .-. . . . ;Lot 4 bik. 0 . . . . . . . . 4 79 ... .. . . . ... ..... 4 06 Unknown ... . .. . . . Lot 4 blk 806.... . . . .. 1 \1\
Oaulden Henry . . . . Lots 1, 2, 3 blk 16 . . t . . 9 84 Moore raskey E Hugh L . . . . . . Lot.I.ot.l0.od20blkI63 10 bile 108. . . . . . . . 191161 1 Unknown ... . ... . Lot 23 blk 8O6 .. . .r. . 1 ;

F L & I CO. ADDITION. Unknown ... . .. . . Iota 1 and 2 blk 170 . . . . 2 611 ... . . v .. .Lot 20 blk 807 . .. . . . . 1 If I'
. . . . .. . Beg lUll ft of of 80 . . 41 I Unknown ... .. . . Lot 21 blk SOT 1 t'
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James E s ne cot Yeatman lots 5 and 6 blk. 170 . . . . 2
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816 ftKOHKUT . . . . . . . . . . 971 Unknownt. . . .Lot 8 IJ 171lUlxock . . ... .\ . . . 1 82 Unknown .. ... . . . . . lot 9 blk 809 . . .. .. . . 11
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W S lot 8 171 . . . 4 79Scott I' 1
8 . . . . . All blk (j I.HI1OKMAKKK8.. . . . . . . . . 201 A . . : . ... lot I Ilk 171 : . . . ...... 1 82 Unknown ... . .. . . 810 . . . 1 1 I1
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Unknown .Lots 19 and 20 blk . . . 1
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, a. ; DIV OF Jones J W . . .. ....lot 11... 172 . . . . . .. 1

Unknown ...... . . . .Lot BLK 8 11. .I..I ... . . .*. ..*. . . . . . 1 8ISHOKMAKKRS Kallougb A U .. . . ...Iot 18 blk. 172 . . . . . . . 1 I 82: :M... C... : : : : : : : : : T 9,and IO. 11.8 blk 12 812 blk 811.: : : :: : .8 84 d
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Care II W lot blk 178 . . . . . . . l' 82W.ltber . I 9
BLK Q L \ ... . . . 17 blk. 81B .. . .. . . .
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. . . . . . . . . D C .Lot but 175. . . . . .'. . .. 1-82 . . . . .
Cbl.olm Gilbert . > Lot 1 . . . . 6 60 Nell deo A lot S blk 817 ... . . . .
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. . ... Unknown .....Lot IS blk 175. . . 182 ... . . . . .
Bllas Llsmle .. . 8 blk 21 . . 17 78 .. . .. . . Unknown ... lot 22 blk 817 . . . . .1 T
h\'llw : UOkD- Iota 19 and 20 blk 176 . .... 2 18 .. . . . . . .
ADDITION.Bringer . . Unknown ... . .Lot 24 blk 817 . . . .
.. ., . . . . . . _" ..... .. Lot 4 blk 178. . ... . .. . 1 82Dickerson ... ... . . . .Lot 18 818 .
Joa .. .NM bik HI . ; 7 87 .. . . .. Unknown blk .. . . .
10 . . . . .
. . .. . .nefc bik. . . B .Lot blk 178. 1 82Unknown ... ... . . . 8 blk 819. If
Walker. J 8 of lot 1 0 . . 1 61 .. .. Unknown . Lot . . . . .. .
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j" . . . . lot 14 blk 176 .. 1 82 .. .. . . . .Lot 819. . . . 1
"i, Wllleoo J M .K lot 1 'blk 1 Q less beg se cor ... . . . . . Unknown .. 9 blk . .
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Unknown Lot 178 . 11
lot 1runn73ftw97fta78fte .. 1 82 Unknown ... ... .. .. . .Lot 12 blk. 819 . .. . . ... .
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. . . Reid D L Lot 20 blk 178 1 82 ... ... . . blk. . .
97 ft . . . 2 21 . . .. . . Unknown .. .Lot 17 819 . .. . . . .
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Peters. Zelln .. . . .. . Beg se cor'of tot l' blk. 0 run n Unknown . .... Iota 8 and 4 blk 179 .. 2 48 Burns D I at P ... . .' Lot 12 blk. 820 . . . . . . . 11 If -

78ftw9Tft.T8fte9Tft. 663 Unknown ,( ':: : :: : . . :.Iota 1 and.21:1 8l8i'::::::: 2 48 iknoM ... .... . .. .Lot 18 bil 820 .. . . . . . .
Mach Bra. .. . .. ...... .7ttlot 4 blk q . . . . . . . 1 03 Wilkins A. .. ... .. . . lots 10 18.. blk.1. . B 65 Unknown .. .. . . . .Lot 8 blr 821 . .... . . . I. .
Unknown lot 16 blk 181 h. .. .. 1 46 I 17
rATUICKS . 821UnknownY .
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ADDITION. Lot B . . 11
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. . . blk. D . . . . . . . Unknown Lots 19 and 20 blk 181 :.. . 2 48 ... .. . . 18 821' '
Bender lira B B .w% . . 9 11 Unknown ... ... .. .. . Lot 14 blk. 184 . . . . . .. 1 Lota bil .. . n .'.
.. LEHLEYS; ADDITION. . . . .. ... . . . e Unknown V.. :.. . . .. Lot 10 blk 822.. .. . . . .
Johnston W B . . . .. .Lot 21 . . . . . . . . . . 1 17 Unknown . .1.. . ... lot 23 blk 186 .. . . . 4 Unknown A.. ... . . . . Lota 12 and 18111824 . .. . 9G
Uanklne 0 W . . . ... Lot 64 . 1 17 Unknown . ... . .Iota 16 and 16 .blk187. . .. .. ... 18T Unknown ... ... . . . . Lot I blk . .. .. __ 11VD..O
. Lot 20 blk . .
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, C A CARSON'S ADDITION.Thomas .. . .. . . . Lot blk . .. .
'. Rufus . . . ... .Lot 6 blk AUNPLATTED. . . . . . . . . 1 82 llyre Sherman.. . .. ... Lots 21 .and 22. .blk. 190. .. .. 8 44 ... ... . .. . .Lot 17 bil 880 .. . . . . .. 11
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4 blk 191
Unknown 1 90
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LANDS. . . . . 882 . . .
. . . Unknown .. .. Lot 8 .. .. .. 1 11
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. . . . 70 d. of Unknown lot 20 blk 191. . 1 D ... ... . . . . 11 blk 882 . . . .
x.eBdpSoro. *- Beg n se cor of swU ... ... . . 8 blk. 103 .-.-, . . . 1 Unknown .Lot . 1 11
of .W% run n 70 ,d. w 70 yds Unknown ... ... .... . ..PLot . . . ... ... Unknown ... ... . . . . Lot 4 blk. 888. . . . .. . 1 .,
*" a 70 yds a 70 ,d. . . . . . .IB SB 29 1 8 2T Unknown. ... ... .... . . .Lot 9 blk. 196. . . ... . . . . 140Ua..o" Unknown ... ... . .. . Lou 18 and 14 bIl$88. . . ....' 1 80
. . .. .... of . . . . . . . Lot 10 blk 195Unknown . 1 46 .. .. . . . .. blk 834 . . .
Orobam Jas A neU" .w% 16 SBSB 29 40 2 76 .. . . . . . . ._ Unknown . .. .Lot ... .. 111
Lot 6 blk 198 . . ;
J BVL . . . of o. 1 82 .. . 10 blk. 884 . . . .. . . .
Banner Mr eS nwVi nwU of nwV4.' 28 29 0 8 84 .. . Unknown .. . . . Lot .
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.. lot 19 blk 198 . 1 11
t Hurt W H Bet . . . ..Beg se cor of kw\(tot nwU" run Unknown ... .... . . . Lot 13 blk . ... . . .. . 1 82 82Unknown Unknown ... ... . . . .. Lot 17 blk. 888- .. ... .. .. . .. ..
o n 680 ft w 420 ft 680 ft. Unknown . . 20 1 Unknown ... ... . . . . Lota 7. 8 blk. 887 . . .. . .
. . . Lot 15 blk . . . . .. . 14 .11
420 ft . . . . .r. . . . .. 20 1 82 ... . . . { .. .
: . ... 28 SB 29 466 Unknown .. . .. .... Lot 17 blk 20: . . .. . . . 1 82 UauoW. . . Lot bi 11. . .. ...
.Lot 7 . .. 11
.; 8T. CLOUD. . . . . .... .Lot 8 .. . . . .. . 1 82 1.1&4 E. . .. .. f '
Unknown ..... ... .. .. .. Lot 8 blk. 1 .-., . . . . . .. 182 Unknown UD"OOW . .. . .. ... ;Lot T bll 202 . . .... .. . 1 823inknowu ...... .e.,1.t. ... ,"
: .. . ...... .Lot 8 blk 2 . . . . . . 182 .... .. :..... Lota 8 and 4 .. . 218 Unknown ... ... .. .... .4, I 9.
... Be.... John.............Lot 16 blk. 2 .-.. :. .. .. .. ., . '. 1 82 Unknown ... .. .. . .Lot 18 blk. bl120a ;. . .... ',, 'i. j\ 1 82 Unknown .... .. .v.V.Lot 10 blk 839 . Dlk'$40..a.- 'i1 1
4 Unknown .-.... .. ... .Lot 17 blk. 2. . . . . . . .r.. 'I' 182 Unknown ....,, .. .. lot 20 blk. 2O3 . r... ; r.f'= 1 82 VDUO".Lt 9, IO, IS-14. :;i i
Unknown '. ... . ., ;. ... .Lou 8, 4. 7 J 8 blk .. .. ...... . .' ""1'8 1 92 Unknown .. .... . ...Mot T blk 204 ... ..... .',,' r 1 82 81..IOD J . ,. ,. ,, blk. 841 . . . .., .. ('r I .
I' Unknown .... ....... ..Lot 9 blk 8 '. . . . r. . .<"> . 'i . 1 82 Unknown .... .... ... Lot 9 blk. 204 .. f, .,.... i 1 82 .. .I..na.Lsta 8 ...4. blk Mk. ,.. ,.. .. ,.t. i
t. Unknown ... ... .......Lot 15 blk 8 ,. . .. ... .. . . AJM" '. \ \ . .i 'I' 182 Unknown ...... t......Lot. 11 and 12'b1k. 204 .. ... . a 19 Slawaoa B B ... ,>..Lot 6 an.0 blk S41, .. ,". ',,'
Unknown. ..... .,......Lot 9 blk 6 . . . . . ., ... ..f; >lj i.1\.4.'f'.4# .-,,. ...1'. ,{ "," 161 Unknown ....:... ... .lot 8 blk 208 ? ... ., .. .... 1 .82 Unknown .. ......4..... .. IT 841-v. .. .. .. i I ,
-:;. Unknown1. ....:... .....Lots 11. 12. 111.,18 blk. 6. ... ."V. .11 OT Unknown ...1..... "..Lot 7 blk. 206 ... . . . . ... 1 82 Unknown ...... .. ... ...L 11 and 10 blk 844 ,. ... S l
r. Unknown ..... .. ... . .Lota. 17 and 18 blk. 6. . . . . 2 76 Unknown' .... .... .. . . .lot 12 blk 2O6 .. . . . . .. 1'82 Maya J N .. ... .. .Lu.l1..412 blk. 846 . . . 1 I"
. Unknown .... . . .. .. Lot 19 blk. 6 . . . . . . . . 161 Unknown . . Lot 10 blk 2O5 1 82 0..1. 8 B . .. . . ..Lt .. .... . .
Unknown .... . . . . Lot 24 blk 0 . . . . . . . . 1 61 Unknown :. : : ::::.'::... :.Iot in and 10 'blk' 206' : : : : : : 2 18 ... ... . . . . . 12 blk 84T . . .-_, . . . 1.1

Unknown .... . . . . Lot B blk 7 . . . . . . . . 1 61 Unknown . . . . .. ... lot 8 blk 2O7 . . . . .. . . 1 >8.2 Unknown ... .... . . . .Lot 16 blk 84T . ;f. ... . . 11
Unknown .... . . . . Lot 8 blk 7 . . . . . . . 1 61 Unknown . . ... ... Lot 4 blk 207 . . . . . . . 1 b2 Unknown ..... . . . .Lot 18 blk 847 .. .:.. . . . . ,1 I
{ Rudlsell. Irene. . . .. : ... Lot 19 blk 7 . . . .-. . . 1 61 Unknown . . . . . ..'. .lot 19 blk 207 . . .. . ... . 1 82 Unknown ..... . . :'. . Lot 4 blk. 848. . .. . .. . .. 1 1
. . . Unknown ... . . . . lots 11 and 12 blk. 848 . . . 1 88
Unknown .... . . . Lot 23 blk 7 . . . . . . 1 61 j
i Budlsell. lobo . . . . . Lot 2blk 0 . . . . . . . . 1 61 Beat-due IT. . .. . . lot. 7 blk 208. . . :. . . 1 82 Unknown ... ... . . . . .Lot 18 blk. 848 . . . . . . . 1'1 :y
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. . Unknown ..... lot 15 blk 2OH 1 82 C. BANDT. Tax
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Beardsley A J and 14 blk 14. . 2 76 L Cle
. . . . . RID M C . . .. .. . Lots 4 and 6 Ilk 200 . . ... 2 18Unknown Osceola
t 'Unknown ?. . . lot 6 blk 15 . . . . 1 61 Ca.t. JorC.
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. . . lot 9 blk 2no I. 1 82Ugknown
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Bcbum J C . Lot 2 blk 16 . . . 'I
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. . . . . .. lot I blk 210 . . . . . 1 82Unknown A. CARSON President r*. c. BRYAN SECRETARY
Unknown .
"r Faurst MB . . . . . Lot 24 blk. 16 . . . . . . . . 4 06 I ,
. . .. . . . . . . . . .. . .. .. .I.U.J7 and 1R blk 210. .. . 218
Qk .Unknown .... loOt 7 blk 18 . . 1 61
. .. . . .'. Unknown .... ... . .101 lit and 20 blk 210. . . . 218
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Unknown ... . Lot 1bl. 18 . . 161 '
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Unknown ... . . . . . lot 18 but IN . . . . . . . 1 61 Unknown ... . .. . . I"t. !l. 4, 6 blk 212 . . .. . __ 8 84Andrews The Waters & Carson
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JM. . lot 22 blk 212 1 46nknown
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Unknown .... . Lot 23 blk 19. . . 161 .
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,, Unknown .... . .1.0124 blk II\ . 161 .
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P Unknown .... . . . . lot 12 blk 213 .. . . . 1 48
Unknown Unknown : ::: : : : : : : : : :: :Lot Lots 22 IO,blk 11,27Unknown 12.blk. . 20, . : : : : : : : : ')\ f O5 32 Hoop C W . . .. . . .I.ot..2 an<_ blk 214 . . .. . 8 84Unknown ,

.. . . .. . . ... . .. . . Lot 18 215 . . . . . . 1
... . . Lot 24; blk 27 . . .. 1 82 61
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Unknown .. . ... . Lot 10 blk 215 . 1
Unknown ... . . . . . Lot 12 blk 28. . . . . . . 132 Unknown .. . . .. . .. lot 13 blk 218. . . . . . . 1 90 Grocery CompanyWholesale
4 Unknown ... . .. ... . . lot 10 hlk. 28 : . . . . .. . 1 82 Addl. B . . . . .. . lots 21 and 22 blk 216. . . 34
'41 Unknown ... . . . . . lot 7 blk 2f\ . . . . . . . 1 82: Unknown' ... ... . . .loOt 17 blk 217. . .. . . ... I
Unknown ... . . . . . Lot IB blk. 20 . . . . . . . 1 82 Unknown ... . . . . . Lot 20 blk 217" : .. . . . 1 9
Unknown ... . . . . . lot 22 blk 20 . ... . . . . . 1 82 Unknown ... . . . . . lot 15: blk 218 . . . . . r. . 4 and Retail Dealers in-I '
Unknown ... . . .. . .I.otI6 blk 80. . . . . .. . . 182 Hughe . .. . .lots 6, 7, 8 blk. 219 . . .. . 14 0
Chrlstean OttO B . . ... Lot 21 blk 80 . . . . . . . 1 32: White N Rot . . ... ... Lot 20 blk 220 . . .. . . . 2
I Unknown ... .. . . . "Lot 13 blk 81 . . . . . . . 1 82 Unknown 8. . .. . . Lots 8 and 9 blk. 222 . . . . 8 It DealeralnIGROCERIES
Carmlchaet. R . . . . Lot 22: blk. :H2 . . . . . . . 1 82 Bhouae C B . . .. . . .Iota 1. 2, S, 4 blk 223 . . . 6 23
Unknown ... . .. .'.. . (.ot U blk 83 . . . . . . . . l' 82 Unknown ... . ... . ..lots 13 and 14 blk. 224. . . . \ 218
Unknown ... . ... . . . Lot 13 blk 83 . . . . . . . 1 82 WA Lot 22 blk 226 1 01
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c Unknown ... . . . . . .I.ot 14 blk 88. . . . . . . . 182 Plekham I A . ::::::::.: : lot O blk 226 : : : : : : : : : : : : : : 1 40

!. Unknown .... . . .,-. . .Lot 24 blk 33 . . . . . . . 1 82 Unknown ... . .. . .". .).ot. and 12 blk. 226 . .. 2 48
Unknown ... r . .. . ..lot 3 blk 42 . . . . . . . 1 61 Unknown ... .. . . .Iota 1 and 22 blk. 226 . .. . 2 48
.c'. Buttner J 8 . .. . . . Lot 2 blk 44 . ... . . . . . . 1 61 Unknown ... . .. .. lot blk 230 .. . .. I 1 82 SELL WE BUY "
I Unknown ... . . . . . .Lot 18 blk 44. . . . . . . . 161 Unknown .Lots 1 any 8 bik'2a1'1 2 18
Unknown ... . . . . . .I.ou 6 and 6 blk. 46 . . . . 2 76 Unknown : ::: : : : : : : : : : : :lot 12 bll?':231 . . :::: : : : : : 1 t2 :a

Unknown ... . . . . . .Lot 0 blk 47. . . . . . . . 161 Unknown ... . .. . . Lot 24 blk 281 . . . .4... . . 1 82 HAY
Fuller II W . .. . ... . Lots 7 and 8 blk. 47 . . . . 2 76 Unknown .... .. . . Lot 9 blk. 232 . . . .. . . . 1 HIDES
1 Brown:: B . . . . . . Lot 11 blk 48 . . . . .. . ... ,61. r rouse. 0 W . .... .lot 11 blk 232 . .. . . . . 1 8 ./
1 Unknown ... . . . .. Lots 21 and 22 blk 48 . . . .. 2 78'Ura Unknown ... . . . . . Lot 13 blk 232 . . . . . . .. 1 82 GRAIN
B . . . . . . . Lot 9 blk 60Hyre . . . . . . . . 1 61 Unknown ... . ... . Lot 16 blk 282 . . . .. . . 1 82 FURS
i' B ... . . . . . . Lot 10 blk. 110. . . . . . . . 1h 61 Scott M A . . .. . . Lot 16 blk. 233 . . . . . . 1 82 FERTILIZERS
Unknown. ... . . . . .1.01.19.0429 blk 61 . . . . 276 Unknown ... . . .. .Lots 23 and 24 bllt'283 . ; . 2 18
Unknown .... . . . . Lots 7 and 8 blk. 62 . . . . 2 70 Unknown ... . .. . . Lot 12 blk 234 . . . . . . .218 WOOL
rt Unknown .... .. . . .. Lot 8 blk 63 . . . . . . . . 1 61 Unknown ... . . ... lot 6 blk 285 . . . . . . . 1 82 SHINGLES'' ,
Unknown ... . . . . . Lot 24 blk. 63 . . . . . ... 1 61 Unknown ... . . . . Lot 7 blk. 236 . . . . . . . 1 82: ,
{, -Unknown ... . . . .. .Lot 4 blk. 64 . . . . . . ..*. 161 Unknown ... . . .. . : Lot 4 blk. 287 . . . .. . . 1 82 AND "S
tf. Unknown. ... ... . .. . . Lot 6 blk B4 . . . . . . . . 1 61 Unknown ... . . .. . . Lot IB blk. 287 . . . . . . .. 1 82 ORANGE BOXES !
Johnston Mrs MB . . lot 9 blk 64Unknown . . . . . . . . 1 61 ... . . ... . Lot 16 blk 237 . .. . . s 1 82 ALL
Lot IO blk 64 1 61 Unknown ... . .. . . .0.. . . .. .
Lota 18 and 14 blk 238 2 18 ORANGE WRAPS -
Painter P N : :: : : : : : : :: :Lot 17 blk 64 : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : 1 61 tnkao"D la..o'. ... .. ... .Iota 16 and 16 blk. 238 . . . 18

. Unknown . . Lot 22 blk "64 1 61 ... . . .
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Unknown : ::: :: : : : :, . :.Lots 0 sad IO 'b'li'; 65Harsh : : : : : : : : 2 18 Bcoffern D S .. .... . Lota 23 and 24 blk. 218 . .. . VEGETABLE CRATES

k' CD. .. .. . . ..Lot 11 blk. 66 . . . . . . . 1 82 Unknown ... .. .. . . Lots 11 and 12 blk. 239 . . . 211
Moon Mrs If B . . . .. Lot 6 blk. 67 . . . . . . . . 1 82 Unknown ... .... . . Lot 21 blk 240 . . .. .. 1 82 CRATE NAILS
Moon Mrs U B .. . . .. Lot 6 blk 67 . . . . . . .% . 1 82 Unknown . . . . . ... .Lot 8 blk 241 ... .0.. . .. . 181 S

Unknown ... ... . . . Lots 16 and 16 blk 67 . . ... 2 18 Unknown ... . . .. . . Lot B blk 242Unknown . . . . . .. .. 1 0 4
d' Unknown ... . . . . . lots 7 and 8 blk. 68 . . . . 2 18 ... .. .. . . Lot 17 blk 242. . . .. .. . 10
+ Unknown ... . . . . . Lot 17 hlk. 68 ,.. . . . .. . . 1 82 Beach R C .. . .. .. Lot 23 blk 242. . . .. . 10 We sell field and garden seeds of all kinds.
I Unknown ... .. . . . . Lot 20 hlk 68 . . . . . . . 132 Unknown ... . . .. . . Lot. 9 and 10 blk. 246 . . . .
I Unknown ... .. . . . Lot 8 blk 69 . . . . . . 1 82 Punningba. T D. . . . Lota 17 and 18 blk. :46..r I 84 We give special attention to fitting out hunting and camping
N Unknown. ... . . . . Lots 7 and 8 bik. 60 : . . . v' 18 Unknown . : . . .. . . ,Lot 16 blk. 248 . . . . . . 1 D parties. "
1' Unknown . .. .. . . . . .Lot 16 blk 69 r. . . . . . . 182 laDtor M : . . . ... .L ID blk. 249 . . . . . . . 1 D
Unknown . . . . . ... .Lot 22 blk 69 . . . . .. . . 1.82 B.r.by J C . . .. . .. 16 blk. 249. . . . . . . 1 0 Free delivery city lmit. Phone No. 12.
Unknown . . . . . ... Lot 16 blfc 61 . . . . . . . 1 82 . . Lot 24 blk. 25O :1.
Unknown WQ county fertilizers. AskI for circular
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Kessler D U .. . . ..Lot 16 blk 64 . .. .. . . . .1 46 .:: : .. : :: : : : Lot 12 blk 261. ... . . . . .. 1 61 Iood us
r Unknown ... . . . ... .Lot 18 blk. 64 . . . . . . . 1 46 Unknown ... . . .. .. . .Lot 21 blk. 2S1Norrls .. . . . . . 1 61 and prices on fertilizers. t
< Unknown. . . ,. . . ... .Lot 10 blk 66 . . . . . . .. 1 46 B C .. .. .. . .Lot 24 blk. 261 . .. . . .. 111

'Rhodes Di. .. . . .. Lot 13 bit 6.1 . . . . . . . 1 48Va"ao" Unknown .. . .1..Lot 8' Olt. 258. . . . . . . 1 46
. . . .. .,. .Lot 11 blk 66 . . . .. . . . 1 61 Hess J . . . . .. .. . Lot 19 blk. 268 . . . . . :. ... 146
Unknown .. . . . ...Lot 19 blk 67 ... . . . .. . . 1 61 Unknown ... .. .. . . Lot 20 blk. 283 .. . . . . .. . 1 46 PIONEER /
r V..kDo.., ... . .. .Lot 20 pit 67 . . . 1 81pI. Unknown ... . . .. . .. Lot 24 Mk. 203 . . . .. . .. . 148 -
E V..kDo.. ...;. .. .. ... Lots 9 and 10 blk'70.. .. . ., 8 84 Unknown ... . . .. . Lou 8 and 4 blk 2B4 .. . .. . 2 48 l lPLUMBING
\ B ... . . .. .Lot 19 blk 71 . .. . .1 90 Unknown ... .. ... . .Lot(and 10 bit 234 ... ... 2 48
I. Williams .. . .. .Lot 28 blk. 71 .. .. . . . . . . 190 Unknown ... . . .. .. .. 16, 17. 18 2O4...._......--. ... .49
1 Williams Li... .. ... Lot 24 blk 71 . . . .. . .. 1 0 Unknown ... . . ... . .Loull.blk. 251 . .bIl . . . .. 1 40
110"DO'. ..:.. ... .... Lots 11 and 12 blk. T8 . .. .. .06 Unknown ... .. ..'. . Lou 8 and .4 blk 2B5 .. . . . I 18 ,
.. .. ...Lot 10 blk. T8Unknown . . .. . . . . 0 Unknown ... . . .. . .. .Iota 8 and 4 Mk 260 .. .. .. .. 2 18 SHOP 3 t
Th Jrc i ....:.... .. .. .Lot 2 blk. T4 ; . . .. . . .. . 1 Unknown ... .. .. .. Lot 7 bl 266 .. . .. .. .. .... 182 ,
Vauo. ......... .. .Lots 9 and 10 bil T4 . . .. .84 Unknown ... . ....Lot 9 257. . . .. ... ... 1 82 .
... ... .......Lot 14 blk 81 . ./ . . 1 82Vanowa Unknown ...y..r.. ... Lot 22 blk 267 . .. . . . __ 1 82 '
........ .Lots B bikda6_11182.- . a 18 Lee- N B .-. *V. ;:.... .tot 24 .blk. 26T-.VT7. . .! .. 1112 l r -tt- EDAfUD SWAGE p, /, >. .
Unknown ..;;. .. ..u., Lot T ; .: 1 82 Unknown ... . . .. .. Lota 8 and 4 blk 268 ... .. .. 2 18
Unknown ... .. ........Lots 18..418 bit 88 . .... 18 Unknown. ... . . .... ..llot 6 blk 258 . . . .. ... .. 82' PLUMBING
+ i Unknown ....... ......ion IT and 18 blk. 88 . . .. 18 Unknown ... . . j..Lots and 8 bil 2. . .. 2 18 SANITARY
Unknown ....... . ....Lots IB'and 18 blk. 84. . . .. 18 . . .. ,.. . ;Lot 2O blk. ... 182i .
'Unknown. ......;. ...;.Lot 6 blk. 88 i. .. .. . . .. .. . 12 Unknown .... . .-...Lota 9.. 10, 11, 77 Ell 269' .. i D8 ,
I Vakeown .... ...... ..... 11 bllr 8B .. ;.. .. . . 1 82S3 Unknown ..t. ... .......Lot ft blk 260 . .. .' .. . .. 1 82 HEATING and SHEET METAL WORK

v 4 'V..k., ...............Lot 16 blk 8B .. ... .,. 1 Unknown ..:.. ..'....Lot 8 ll 201 .. ... . :-... 1 82 r
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Lotal Overflow ---.,.-_: . :

.. But It Ts.k a'Ttoop Wf Babeens .KIN ,'tf/:. Classified Advertisements: :

v" Governor Compll With ltsProvisf" ", the Big Cat. gam' . .
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+ : '14arried/at Granville, .Qhjo) on Wednesday .:" iofUbyAppointinsCommission.. A vivid pen plctun of a debt between -,: Bunyan Stephen,'pastor.)" WMM B MMMM B *, I/

4" s nightMiss Lola Jones of that a leopard and a troop Of baboons Sunday em.nta tin inserted'under this bead at the.rate. of. 5 Ce.ta I&dver1l
I Tallahassee, June 20.-Governor Gllchrlst Is liven In German .by.P., Hit I '
paper :
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city to Mr. Scott Glore ofMount Vernon -. i. Bible School JUG .a. ra. '" per line each Insertion
Monday afternoon"appointed the ter. a sportsman and explorer In-Oer.' !: .1
I VI- j'' Ohio. :The happy couple will make Preaching 11. a. m. and 7.15 .p.. m. .
sub-commission under the Cone StIt man West Africa. Leopards have aparticular "
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s, their home in the latter city Miss BtY, $\ U.'6:45: p.. m. r > : J
uniformity text-book bilL In appointing - liking for baboon flesh : FOlt SALE -MISCELLANEOUS
':'Jones has the past several months Communion 2d .
1' for Sunday. ,
.them he has notified the commissionthat which Is often used as bait to trap .r

'1 k .been employed In the jewelry store of they will have. to wait ort\ their tbenCV : Monday(after 3rd Sunday).;; W. G:.H KINS-An7tblneln fixtures WADE the tuner Orlando. i iR.

C. A.. Cole In this city and Curing her "One afternoon." the bunter relates .. Woman's Miss.:,Union-D. O:8: p. m. \ Public. 23-tf' at
until the next legislature provides O. MEEK-Notary
stay hen made many friends who wish. pay "1 was resting on the shady aide of a Wednesday+(after 1st Sunday). THRIFTY sweet potato vines for sale. ,

' '-' her all happiness. m married .ifs.r for:It, 'u'the provision' of the law mak- big rock which noed the bank: o{ a i Worn Miss. Union-Sociai,',& toCpm See' Mr. Thomas. North TCissimmee. FOR fresh fish, pTwne: the Hull.Bass',' 'i '

.' ing payment out of the state school fund small stream,, On Uje opposite side'a Thllred.y- '. ,.26-2t M.rket.No.I89. -, 19-tf .... :,.
Mr. and Mrs. R. K. :Krause and children is absolutely unconstitutional. This was \ ,
of baboons chatter-
:' troop camsydown Prayer meeting7OO: p. m. A PAIR of good gedtle work horses LOST-Pair_.glasses, with aluminum ;dj f
i ':; arrived: in the city on Thursday ofF stated some time ago by a citizen, who 'Ins toward the water a large male goIng : Visitor always welcome for sale cheap. Ross Graves.. 26-tf rid!. W. H. Funk. ? 26-2t 'f!

F ;. last week from Milwaukee Wi.,, and also claims that the provision exempting cautiously to front, glafNdng and %

-1 j 'rafter looking over this section, a few Citrus Hemando and Pasco 'counties scenting around for danger. lain- I'W. HANKINS-CompuUng< scales. GET'H. N. BRATTON to drive tf-tt youf'artesian I.,

tract of land in :Kisaimmee bill ed Immobile. X_ PRESBYTERIAN.: : SAL \ wells. i<
days purchased a from the provisions of the puts .FOR -Pair good tnuUs, harness

''I t 1 t Park and at onee began the it to the bad as well as exempting the, "A deep grant assured the herd that XS. S. Snyder pastor. and wagon. Call at Valley Gazette FOR dressed poultry, phone the Hull

'j i' -erection of a residence on it. Mr. high schools, as the county unit is the all was' well and down the steep slope S jay School 9.j5.a. m.-A. S. office for particulars... 23-tf Bass Market. No. 189. 19-U'' ",
they last of all female with
came. a
Krause is an experienced trucker, and system under our constitution whtye in"the # CARPENTER jobbing and repairing,
,. ; two young, which the mother tenderly Nglsonr egperintendent? W. G. HANKINS-8ection. J cases..
i says that a man who cannot succeed states that the bill II -'copied from helped .the rough Suddenly Church Service 11 a. m. and IWp.ro, ---= paper hanging. D. B. Calkins. Ad- .
places.
raising vegetables in the soil\ of Kissinv> such, is not the case. But ,the statesman I a big.over leopard shot out from behind- Christian Endeavor 6.30 p. mPrayer \f KING Store.Quality shoes for. men at l-tf Cash erhold st., near Orange st. 17-tf (
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I.t mee Park would make a fajlure. raising who introduced it and had'it passed ! a bowlder and with one blow of his and BibleVtydy nunday'1.80 MUTTON fresh, fat and fine, at the

,;' bananas in Honduras did not seem to understand this clear paw grabbed one of the young. p. m. ,W. G.. HANKINS-Filing. cabinets. Rull Bass Market, phone 189. 19-tf !t',

l i r, The game of baseball at Kiasimmee d etnction.! The bill Is to be tested in "The mother with a roar of fury Visitors most cordially inv4ed to all CHOICE CITY LOTS for sale at low .WOODper strand, $1.25yfive; strands : I

.. the courts. threw herself upon the big cat. The Cervices. prices. See or wrjte H. Fleming for KS.75.: Kissimmee AAimber Co. 29-tf ,t j
: last to be most interesting
r TuIKIA7pnved a ,
{ First District-Prof. C. A. Keith, others halted and with one accord ..--... particulars. 40 tf "
' r one, and tile battle was hard clambered back to her assistanceThe CARPENTER JOBING anjt repairing ;

.t' fought At the eighth Inning the ..eoreJt Punta Gorda; L. L. Buck hoi j, county leopard had Just settled the female and METHODIST. ..w. G. HANKINS-Sbow cases of all'kJnda. Good work. See James Church St ?;
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;: was a tie and neither the winner, but superintendent, Tampa; R. L. Turner, was about to make off with his. prey Wm. H. Funk Ph. D., pastor. near" Main St. 45-tf.

4 Jt I.; . the Never Quits pitched in.and, won county superintendent, Inverness. when be found himself surrounded by Sunday School 9:451; m.-Prof. R. FOR EST'and Square ''deals i in all THE Messenger Publishing Company, J

I . with a score of 7 to 5. They had a Baptist Second District-Mrs. R. B;Rutherford the whole horde which closed In upon M. Evans, superintendent kinds ofreaT estate, call oh or write ,is going to give away a large tract of 'qe

1 preacher to umpire. Now this Jacksonville; J. L. Kelly, county him. services W. H. Farmer. Box 322. 16-tf land in Prosper Colony and a number \i'i'Qf
Preaching 11 and 7:80p.
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subscribe
lots in Taft to new
f' superintendent, Gainesville; I. I. Rimes, "He gave as good as be got and city )
strikes us as ideal and if more of our .
i two big baboons rolled down the m. HANNAN SHOESxare high class shoes. ,i ers to Taft Weekly Messenger. Fop
West Beach.
slope
:; : preachers would get in with the boy. Palm : Boys League 1.80 p.m. Call and see themXH. C. Stanford 1 particulars address M. K. Van Duzor
r' Third Di.trict-Miss Pauline Reese, apparently done for but numbers told Company. > 19-tf Kissimmee, Fla. 26-4.t..
i there would be more home runs made Junior League 2 m. .
and he waa literally torn to pieces. It p.
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Gunn county +
Pensacola C. C.
superin-
\i from the Citi- ; r
( pulpiOrange County 1 was a horribly! fascinating sight and I Senior League Wed. 730: p. m. FOR EXCHANGE-A-6-room house to I
tendent, Marianna; A. B. Clark Quincy W. G. HANKINS-Desks andschairs.
# "I zen. - never regretted more having no camera Gen. prayer service Thurs.7:90 p. m. ...... move to exchange for land. Nice;, ?r
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.J ji1f The Telephone Girl. with me than I did then." Holy communion ever 1st Sunday. FOR bargaips; in resident property, building IpU to deal for a saddle horse. fAn 4

#, READING GAZETTE You are cordially invited to each of truck lands and orange groves call on. .. orange grove near St. Cloud to l it#
The telephone girl sits in her chair services. H. M. Breaker. Kissimmee Fla. 4-tf .. exr.hanafor Kiasimmee property.
t and listens to voices from everywhere THEY DIDN'T FIGHT.It these T iyo new houses in Kissimmee to deal ;:;

( '; Makes a Man Long to Pay a Visit to she hears all the news she knows whois H. C. STANFORD CO. are agents for for improved land: will give good .
--- Was Only a Little Friendly Discussion the celebrated Hannan shoes for deal take or give' difference according Ii

} ':r i Kissirnrnee.(/ there; she knows all our sorrows she That Excited Them. CHRISTIAN.S. men. 19-tf- erits of the case. Nelson :1

knows all our joys, she knows all the Realty Co. '... 28-tf
t Two Spaniards were conversing ear J. Vance, pastor. .... .
We never wanted to visit a place or W. G. HANKINSTypewriters.SEE .
14 k girls who are chasing the boys. neatly, then excitedly, at last angrily. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. m. ANYONE anYWher can start a frail '"4
section: so bad in our lives as we did after Winn
Bible SehooI9.45.. m.-A. W.
s She knows of our trouble, she knowsof The young American woman who passed King Quality shoes before buying order business at ho te.. No canvas.y t
,i of the Kiasimmee:
A reading a copy our strife, she knows every man them looked wltti frightened eyes superintendent; A. L. Davidson, assistant Cash Store. 1-tf ing. Be your own boss.Send for free
k44 Valley Gazette, published at Kissimmee toward her booklet. Tells how. HeacockvA 2144 '
who is mean to his wife. She knows Spanish guide. superintendent. ;.,

City, Fla., near which. place L. Larry"Pope every time girls are out with the boys. "What are they talking about, Senor Christian Endeavor every Sunday IF YOU WANT SCREENS see Osceola Lock port. N. Y. 1

.. is located. If there is a sect Jose" she asked timidly. "Do Lumber Co. They make them any .1
she hears the excuse that each one em you evening at 6.30 p. m. IF YOU WANT.SCREENS see Osceols> /,
and kind want and make them
.tii tion of the United States that has more think they will fight-r maybe kill?" size you
t ploys. Prayer meeting and choir practice every to fit. Give them a trial. 7-tf Lumber Co They make them any "
x t: I live people and business men in it we She knows woman who has a "Ah. no. Senorita Marte" replied Thursday at 7.00 p. m. - size and kfnd you want and! make them .

;' ':I '-\ have failed to hear of such. The first every Jose sailing and showing his prettyteeth. LOST-A pair of gold-framed spectacles to fit. Give them a trial. 7-tf f

: ."lIit glance at this paper was enough to dark past, she knows every man who'sinclined One man-that one, you see colored glasses. Finder please t{ '

to be fast. senorita with the long mnntachtos EPISCOPALRev. leave at this office and receive re WE-Are offering some very desirable (

make our eyes bulge and w* eagerly If thetelephone girl would tell all Is saying 'Me. 1 prefer much the col- ward. 26 It resident lots, located three blocks l
1.. Ip. drank in as much of the spirit prevailing David D. Kidd, rector. ---- from the Court House, on nice high ''ii'
j she knows, it would turn all our friends lalre button which Is steel.and the Services second and fourth Sunday : elevation for $200 for inside and $250 '
every
there as was possible to get by going other FOR SALE-Sod. fountain good condition 'ii/
one-look senorita be Is
runninghis
i the 1 into bitterest foes; she could .make a at 11:00 a. m. with tanks charging outfit for corner lots. Alley in rear of all t/
: through
: ; paper. small wind that would soon be a gale, pagers through his hair now'and counter, and marble slab; also Vase these lots. Cash, or short time.. Letus '\\oj

J : Advertising well we should say so. engulf us in trouble and land us in jail. his sombrero teas a gold cord-be Is Communion 2nd Sunday at morning for fountain, coat 900. Sell complete show you these lots. H. M. ."

y,t ,:' \ We believe every business man. in thatfew saying. 'Ab. DO, senor the button which .services. for $1GO. Terms if desired. Breaker & Co. 24-tf.
She could let with
\rA, city;is awake to the one great fact that go a story gaining Is of gold-at, senor that is the button Guild meeting every first Tuesday. Address box 716, Kissimmee. 26.tf --- .1-

advertising pays. If for no other reason force would cause half our wives to I cor me: . AN intelligent person may earn' $100 .

4 sue for divorce; she could get all the "But for monthly corresponding for newspat
f as myself senorita the bone W. and vaults.
i ,. than the lust mentioned we are fa4' WHAT IT COSTSTo G.tHANKINS-Safes\ pers. No Send for 'I"'
canvassing.
churches mixed up in a fight and turn collalre button-that I prefer above all '- -- -- par-
.. vorably' ( impressed with that section of FOR SALE-Good large lot, choice location ticulars. Press :Syndicate:: B 2245. '
all the into night in the others.
days sorrowing : ; :"Lockport. N.Y.
finds live splendid neighborhood cash I0UAre
Florida. Where one so a ; ; _
) fact she could keep the whole town in "Do I not speak with good sense in Wa or terms. Apply P. O. Box 376. Kis- -
bunch of business men, there is a safe senorita Listen. If the button Is of Live Kissimmee and es thinklnt omi-n-g-to Flor- /J f--
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a stew if she'd tell a tenth part of the simmee, Fla. 25-tf .
3 j i and sure place to live If only businessmen steel It-will cut. If It U of gold one cannot Usually Paid. --- -- -- --- -- ida. Of course you want the best i

y, _/ knew what an impression a good thing that she knew. afford to lose It. but If It Is of bone The following table of prices is as FOR.. SALE-Coupon good for $123 onpiano property for the least money. We ,7
Now doesn't it make brain and can fill whether '
your $180 in -bus KBtQ: your requirements, {,: }
local It does not and If It what matter ; payments,
to cut '
advertising patronage a paper goes near accurate as it possible to obtain
head whirl when think what piano. Will sell for $15. Box 585, it be a city lot, five or ten acre traetiJ'a
made,they would be more awake and: you you ? I have a dozen at home In my and is published for the information of City. 252tpdFOR section of land, or a twenty thousa,

use more printer's'" ink. owe the telephone girl.-Ex. little top drawer." those contemplating moving to this city: and acre tract. Write us regarding .
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_ "You speak with great good sense I Flour. ... fb.2a to t8.AO p.r bbl your wants Every piece of :'
tl SALE Twelve and property
4 We thank you. Larry for the paper, Card of Thanks. Smok.d noeolr :rl to XO sense per lbhq acre orange
and are sure that will inC Don Jose but tell me-were the men, Salt bacon 14 to Iii emu per IbB.aVOL grapefruit grove about three miles sold at exact price placed on it by the q
you proeper ?" .6'{ to 7H emu per.lbLlm."If owner. No padding of prices on
really from Kissimmee railroad. Will Ji
Jour new borne, l located as ,you are w..dealre, in this way to expressour angry __- . . .. .. . .7 tA'I/ emu pr Ib on property listed with, for sale. H? '
"Oh. not at all senorita- It only sell at a bargain.' Address W.. H.
.appreciation all the love and Rice ....... . .. ,. ..-to 8 emu p.rlb M. Breaker
.P among a live bunch of people.-Unique our southern way of being Interested Swat Potato .... ... .60 to 75 enU per bushel Arnold, issimmee; Fla. 41-tf & Co. '24tt

? sympathy of our many friends, shown IrUh. Pastor ..,.... .. $1 to S1.ZS DOT bushel .. ,.. .
: 'f :Weekly: Itlsing-SuiuOhio( ). Inwbat; we discuss. If It had been .... ........,.. .. .. .... .6tot/epwlb ERNEST GREEN SIGN' WRITER
iry I awards!! us during the,illness pf our little % two GermaD" senorita 'or maybe two Salt Mackerel. .................. .. .ItolOapcrtbGrilm READ-The advertisement of H. M.
I" &V{ '; RESOLUTIONS ion Harry. Also our, heartfelt .. ....,..,.......".io. ,..A.,.."./jUapvr Ib Breaker &. Co.. regarding the new Sign, Alto Carriage Painting. I
': :! Englishman yon would never have noticed Meal .1.....;&;/..'.b......,..... ....11 perlb subdivision which will be : guarantee,. all work. Let me figure
: hanks for the profusion of beautiful them."-Philadelphia Ledger. ,re.NBssf..:........ ... ..... IBW to.liep.rlbFr.sb placed on withyou -on that job. P. O. Box''
4Y -. Pork ...... ..... .... ... ...IZHtalSapcrlbHunr the market at an early date by them. --
i.* lowers brqught by loving hands to lay v ... 14 poundi for$100 Remember' that this property is located 1.!. Kissimmee.__ Fla. _____16-tf t
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Thanks by Delegates -- -
I upon the last resting place of our precious Then They Talked In English.A Dried Prunes s to IDc par Ib on the best road in Osceola
Dried Peach JO to ma per Ib BLOWING ROCK N. C. -is the
for Courtesies Shown Them. darling. couple of Cleveland business mea Dried AI>Dlee IC to U>-'c per Ib county close to the electric railway, placeto
4 the
4t visited Mexico. In Mexico City their Pure L rd 18 to ale per Ib running from Sanford, to Kissimmee, spend summer; cool and no n
k Whereas, the members of the Kisy MR. AND. MRS. W. C. BAss.Pepp.red compound L rd 12 to Me per Ib and that the price will be lower thanis mosquitoes; beautiful drives and the ,
- train was switched from one station Cheese Croamorr 2M par lbBlackEyed asked for similar whereyod grandest scenery in the world; elevai i il
both individuals property .,
simmee B. Y. P. U., as ,
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Pea ,. 'o per
; to another. One of the Clevelanders tion feet.
4,300 The Green
Ice Craam. .. ; have of the above Park
Onion oc par Ib: *!00 t'r bushel none men
1 and as a union have so loyally entertained "There's pepper la that." said a rae went to the first station to make In cones IS" to II6e per Ib tioned advantages. First to come Hotel is the place to stop while

I "! ,: this convention, and tanrant waiter pointing to a. small quiries. Approaching a pair of dark Tau KaroaelM >..lie eto60cp.rlb par gallon will secure the choicest tracts. 2-..tf there. Write Mrs. I. M. Mabbette, J'

Bro. pastor -- - ----- - the new manager for special( \ rates.
; ; Whereas Stephens sliver shaker he had placed beside a vtaaged employee, he cudgeled his .:rffa Uc to*Oe per dozen
tr has been in his for the words from the chicken Fri., 25e to.".each FOR SALE-163 acres, twelve acres 25-4t
s. + ( this church, untiring heaping dish of Ice' cream be was earring memory proper Chickens rown .. -.-<6e to '80c each .
efforts on our behalf and by his continuous to a guest "Sure it's to put on phrase book. Corn ihallad Me par bushel cleared balance good pine land with - -- I'a

i the Ice cream, .too," he replied when "Donde eata" .he hesitatingly asked Oats .. ...*tae, per bushel clay subsoil; about 200 bearing FOR lIEN'I'DW
; labor and ever considerate. at- '' -
}rmn>aa In MUon II 6O to$- Its par box orange trees on place; Four room -4
\ an inquirer failed to see the connec and . .. ... : .SO
;'' :," tention to our needs, whether iafge or paused Carpantan 1,11 tl M( to to$(1:<60 cottage, good barn and other out-

I . small, has brought comfort and enjoyment tion between the two."Lota The two dark vlsaged persons listened iearinsr Blacksmiths Land-rrubblnirltl'l.00 to "!II.OII p.r acreClaarlnc buildings. Located five miles west ELLINGS for rent, apply! to M. Til
of folks want to put pepperon attentively. Land-atumplnc 015.00 l to *20 00: of Orlando on good clay road. For I.r.THE. .1
J' 6 to all of us, and their Ices. You see if a man's "Graclas." stammered the Cleveland Man and Team S4.0O to 50 OOllonaa price, terms etc., address Box 256
and Mules ".00 to t8.00 Osceola Tailor is
the members of the Kis- Shop all the __
;: ",t Whereas stomach Is sensitive the cold cream man "I>ond eaten?" (l' rtle. hirinn to feed. tame) Orlando, Fla. 19-6mos-pd Phone 241. 24-t go '._.
church and citizens of *>**.OO and ------ --- -- - -
simmee Baptist hurts him but pepper Is stimulating Then one of the men looked at the Walton up

the town at large have responded so enough to overcome the effects! of the other. Plows Harrow. ..-,W M.N 60) to to 12.00 S11.00. E. M. F.. AUTOMOBILE-Run 3400 FOR RENT-Desirable 7-room cottage, I

i graciously to the call of the local B. Y. cold. And the funpy thing ti I that yon "811,.. Bill." he growled "what inmerry wood I .- *<5 to 7| a:two5ln miles- looks like a new one and runs nice shade, pretty home-$15 per I
par cord 11.70 better, has top windshield, speedometer month. See Nelsons about it >
lon't taste the pepper at alL The ice over
blue biases la this fellow telkln'aboui
P? U. and Bro. Stephens and have -- - --- eight-day clock, chimes horn, Citizens Bank. 20-tf 'f
cream is so cold that it kills the oth "
their hearts and homes to ? Her Object metal tool-box, two extra shoes, one
} opened us,
i er. If you doa't believe it I'll give e.cJeveland IF YOU WANT SCREENS see Osceola .*
And after that It was Mr. Sgoodlee-tibod afternoon. Miss extra tube. Will sell or trade for
:y have guarded our interests and'pro ;you some with pepper, and you'll find Plain Dealer. Annex. Going for walk I hope I town property. Address E. M. F'Goth. :, Lumber Co. They make them any t

moted. our happiness, and that there's no taste of pepper thereat ., Fla. 10-tf size and kind you want and make them .-

."+ Whereas, the local paper. have shown alL" may a company you. to fit. Give them a. trial 7-tf 1 t
-4 Miss Annex Tee. Dr.
The Oenkya Choloe. Bargeant says
," There wasn't. New York Sun. NICE-Centrally located( home on beau
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this convention and kind consideration
great suet walk with some object IF-You are in the 4
1 I The vexed question of the future we always tiful corner lot, only three blocks market for city

r, , andWhereas life of animals has troubled the Mohammedan and I suppose you will answer from Broadway house is lighted property truck land or an orange ;f

\ the hospitality of the management Miles' Grave. as It has other religions.The the purpose. with electricity, has bath toilet and grove don't fail to communicate with '.
"Which Is the deepest the longest, ----- -- the firm that has the largest list to
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i of the Grayatone hotel was a question It seems, was considered Health. kitchen sink; new cement sidewalk;
the broadest and the smallest select from at that
prices are right
graven house contains seven rooms including |
f of much to by Allah a long time and all the -
happiness us as ago
t source we the churchyard said a pedestrianto Health Is the second blessing that bath room; lot 120x150 feet, extending H. M. Breaker & Co. 24-tf, x
gathered there at our glorious reception animals were asked It they wished to we mortals are capable of. a blessing *
1 his companion while meditating to 16-foot alley. We can ROOMS TO ::
c and among the tombs In the burying groundat enter paradise. The.t once saidyes that money cannot. buy.=Walton. offer this beautiful home on very RENT-Either single oren
... : suite suitable for
,. except the donkeys.; These were ; light house-. .J
"Ji. t'' Whereas, a more beneficial and successful usher; A want the Gazette always reasonable terms. Full particulars keeping. Apply to Mrs. A. A.
ad.vin Valley -
cautious and asked If little boys went SimpP'
to interested parties. H. M. Breaker ;
B. Y. P. U. convention has "Why, replied his companion "it son. ?
to bearfen. The answer being yes.they brings results. & Co. 24-tf
Is that in which Miles Button lies ;
never been held in this state than here poor .

II Y \,, at Kissimmee; be it railed, for It contains Miles below the go replied.to-the other"In that place.case S.we U.preferto Lee- Notice of Application for Leave to THE-New subdivision which H. M. 'WE eir.bleproperty Have listed some the of the most de- rP:;;
sod. Miles In length and Miles In Breaker & Co. will place on the mar on market, both
Resolved therefore that we in convention der vouches for the fable In "The
v breadth. and-yet. after all It Is but aButtonhole.Pearson's Sell Minor's Land. ket in about two weeks, contains the city and county which we offer at I C

4; ; assembled hereby extend our Weekly. Desert Gateway"Friendships.' Motto U hereby given that on the 24th day of kind of land mostly desired on which the lowest prices to be obtained. \"
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heartfelt thanks and deepest appreciation July mil, I will apply to Honorable: George F.Parker will grow aU kinds of citrus fruits, There i is no .padding of prices by usv :U
r ri County Judge la eel for Oneeola' Coun.j well kind of every piece of property.sold at exact ,I'.
of all to God who as as every vegetable
first granteth
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Effect of of Florida his offloe
,. Tight Lacing. mate at in Klesimme.City price placed it *
on
; in this section. Get in the by the owner. .\?
fft the Kissimmee There are three fri ndahlits which are Id said bung for an order antborUina grown on
all good, then to B. Y. "Is tight lacing unwise IT a teacher Write
w advantageous and three which are In me. a* guardian of Helen Jones, a minor. and ground floor and secure one or two of us your requirements and we i
1' P.'Y., Bro. Stephens the members ofths asked a young lady In a physiology an heir at law of tbe estate of O> E. Jones, these choice 6-acre tracts before theyare will do .our best to please.'you.. by :,,
jurious. Friendship with the upright deceased, to en.I i aaid minor' lntr_..prlralaaala
lesson showing the kind
d.;, Baptist church, citizens of Kissimmee in and to the following I real property belonriDC all taken. These tracts are located just of property you
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the management of the Graystone Yes., It is very unwise" was the ,. friendship with the sincere and friendship >o said senate, to wU: LoU 4 an5 of on the best road in the county desire. H. M. Breaker & Co. 24tfF6TT"RENT (C'f
$ with the man of much Information bix>kona ((1) of Robinson addition to"the town and close to the electric line 24-tf .'

G p Hotel, the editors .of the,local papers ply."Why ls it unwise the teacher par -these are advantageous. Friendship of \\D't'r: City to the Stale estate of Florida of the, Mid said property O. B. -One of the finest truck' f ;f\/\*

,F and all others who have in anywise contributed sued with the man dl specious airs Jones, deceased. .., to be sold for the .beat. interest farm In Osceola county on shares,* ;alr'.
et' : while in of add minor hell. '-:- J| WAFTEDWANTEDYou land on which three crops can be pro-, ..
to our happiness convention friendship with the insinuatingly soft "
Because it busts the corset said
., .i This,the l&tb day of June:111 7 duced: per annum, fine water good \1S
assembled at Kissimmee. the ;young lady. Exchange.Manlaoa. friendship with the glib tongned these LEON H1BB.Ooardlan.: flowing well 6-room hou"Id; banv 4.
J. J. CLoAR are Injurlotu.Confucius.Cutting ., to see me for all kinds q'
etc., convenient to town; will rent on .
of Real Estate and Fire and Life In-
k H. G. JONES. shares. Also have best of lands for: ?
..R.O.Meek Kissimmee. 23-tf
Not all the lunatics are behind the Down the Butcher's Bill. Notice rent for a series of years,where good "",-

.->- Primary Section. -Charlest0n (S. O.) News and "Isn't there any way to cut down a -Notice la uereby given that J. t, Oyermtreet . flowing wells can be had bent of arrangements v'' '.

who Courier. butcher's blur asked Tightwad, sarcastically Taxt>aaeaaor for Oaeaola Coo aty,'Florida, will\ WANTED-Refined couples or gentlemen can be maJa for parties.
;All'the men of Klseimmee are meet with The Board of Cotin.tr CommhsioasUst who will do their
We also .
for several furnished duty. haveone 9.
i ./ real estate Quite so. There are yet a few mn addressing his. meat man.. nicely .
or owned in mJ once sl Joyk A, 8.1011, torthepurpn..of '
qualified voters bome
pretty \
of. 7
'I Kissimmee, 'before June 1., 1911, are at large who try to do business with "Why. yea Mr. Tightwad" said the yevl.wlor.aud: ,squellsine the rooms with bath 'the best meals the shade east front rooma'nice :
aeseaseseot for the year 19111! and will contipub j 10 market-Can afford. CorneivMain; and well : half 6
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*" recall sit onee-atRob- advertising.Kew-- torte-nerald.. -latter.- "Too might--pay- a little y hereby requested Font !In ....n for that purpose from day today Pacific street 50-tf mUefromnter' of per :t'
'arsons drug store where a ballot box account: now and ,then."-Harper's j jWMkJ | until tba aqaaltaatkm la oornplMa, Alaolo brreompialaW month. We also pave two ;'

.1"' \ and tickets are provided, and vote for tenth Amerisan" ......... .. aatata or personal from the propertf owner,or the Mwnt value of of any blab real ' houses, new and nice, to rent-by-room the
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iV:: ,or;Again t the milk cows to run on the In many South American countries [alaall bate Men fixed at Hanged, bribes*. WANTED-Position by. a .man thor month or by the year. Better ar-: -

Ii\; streets as they do *owS.:: : W.. pown- the horses go unshod- or'with shoes oa 'It is easier to enrich .ourselves' wttjr..s.Wit. aDd aaaloMheCfroull oughly qualified to take:.'charge of range for 'awin.terhoraawhiretheopportunity \ ;

; .' .r,' .. IU..1.F. CtBryan,,', 'Y. ?.. Baas. R.25i O. .,the forefeet' ,only. a thousand virtues tb.an.jo.correcLourv> J I i_" 1'T': band Jun.au.a. .-D.JI ...,, fnirk g *'t'i". ttue' gnFV.' ln. !*, good., Nelson RealtyIf ,":''
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