Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: July 14, 1911
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00498
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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, pier than' when viewing; the.beauUful. care and taste .

things made by his"wife. endeavor to Hundreds' ,
AsKissimmee9s
Be Known
Will Always : : 'But U"was the bed'quilts that caught money offered: of ArticlesAre

the ec1it r'* !eye-for., it' took him backto chine.) There w ,

Red the days when, be was'tucked away Hunter Land

Lettfr.Day In a trundle-bed' and covered with ; Mr. A, A. Loll placed on Exhibition =

patchwork quilt made by mother'that and the only ,

kept'out the cold.' Those displayed at to say that'it -_ -. i .1-. i i c.

this exhibition In thing of the '---* :..
surpassed anything ]
Thousands Attend the elebration From ,Over the County ce and Variety
that line that Aver came our way, anybody else Surprise to AIL Judges

and Hundred He,From Nearby Cities. Every and, we believe anybody else's way in pure white re Absolutely F'airM Making Awards and Ex.
this section for the handsomest and carried ,
they were the
Citizen of Kissimmee Acted as Host to : .J' things ever shown the public of the front, .while hibitors Perfectly $Satisfied. Baby Show ,',

'. of Kissimmee, and this 4ity" has about as Loll, who was I :
the Throng Strange the
} Leqding Event of the
.\ ., ,' many handsome things, "to display as was bis' 'little eo I Day. ".

; any other ,towp on earth. Especiallydid and on the I #' ..

the-one. resembling a sunburst attract Gardner ; : --
I day in Kissimmee's his- stalks twelve feet high that were well ,
The greatest attention, for the colors were so Confederate
coupled with artistic ex- by Arthur E.
Day-has come and gone. fruited, and hay cane, eeg; plant and "' Donegan. jSecond prize
tory-Trade blended and the needle work so perfectly ager' wearing H. Edmund dec ,
Swabey'a 2.50 in cash donated
q- because there dozens of other field and garden prod by ?. Z. Rob-1
We say greatest day, dene that at a short distance it Union soldier- : the office of"The' Pioneer anon first w
had ; prize won by J. W.
before such a crowd of ucts that showed Osceola county Miller
was never peopie appeared to be a painting This fea- years after Shop far exceeded those of second by Lee-Parsons
Cattle
clear fo 'a in the front Co.
here on any one day, and because the right place : faced'ach' 1
ture played no email part in makingthe establishment in the
Best
city. of
pound
rank of counties i I. Florida. butter-$2 In cash for
word spoken, agricultural ,
not. an angry
there was I fancy work department tKe success battle. of the flags and bunting first prize and $1 In cash for second ,
not,,* thing occurred -
not an unhappy person I it was. The boys' done, while the two prize, donated by Dairy Kitchen Co. '
day. ,
to mar the pleasure: of the i LIVE STOCK ANDPOULTRY In the cloak room at the Chapter aT f' f lusty in friendship--one pro- first prize: won by Mra. tt. N.
Bratton. '
far
The weather was ideal the exhibits EXHIBITThe House was displayed the good things word sped a gray cuff and the other second by Mary L*,.'Estey.f ,
expectations and
exceeded our people's to eat. in the shape of pies, cakes, yards like" deer, { overshadowed respect Best comb of honey-60 ,
.ntillncaah., ,
had so live stock and poultry exhibit
comralttee-on arrangements
the bread, preserves, jellies, honey and such A gait and Union donated
flags, by Mrs N.
well done its work that there was not was held at the livery stable of Mr. L. Kogero, won. by.&. '
the most important of all, an ol -fashi some of our joy by'our National flag, was 4 E. Brown. '
s hitch in the day's program.; II., Ingram and proved a revelation to I '
a single i coned 8-vetpotato:: pone, which remindCommittee for a night's well executed by the helD Best quart jar of watermelon rind''
hundreds of :
I In fact hundreds, of strangers were our people as well as the
heard to remark that it was one of the strangers who were here from every I i lights Mr. Swabey kept preserves- lady's hat,,.., donated by #

best "shows" they ever attended of a part of the South. A prize had been I Id| his office all day and a Miss Hodges. Second prize-$2 in
like nature.It offered for the beet Florida raised pony both at home and from donated by Dr. T.y M. Rivers: ; first price, :a'

was not until'' 10 o'clock that May- under four years old, which brought out I j Extend enjoyed his hospitality in the won by ,Mrs. Ceo. W. Jones; second
delicious ice cream, cake and Mr. P. G. Cromartie. +
1"or H. C. Stanford officially opened the some of the finest horses ever seen anywhere r.
celebration from the band stand on in this country. It required the : : besides he had a touring car Best gallon of yauerknut-lnea.h;;;.- .,_

Broadway. There are few better impromptu most careful inspection on the part of -We desire to extend our moat hearty the day that employed' in b.Casler W. H. Norton, won by' M.

speakers than our mayor, and the judges to determine which was the preciation to all who aided us in making visiting acquaintance's over w..

I, on this occasion he excelled himself best horse, but when it was finally determined Day in Kiaaimmee a grand Such ,treatment as' Mr. Best 2-lb. loaf .of lightbread -I. O I r
success to city bottle of '
strangers our will perfume donated
by Kissim-1" ::
seemed
He told his vast audience that Trade ,"every one perfectly .
who were untiring in their efforts from to create a longing in the I rmee Co. .
Drug
instituted to separate the satisfied. But the Jersey cows and won by Mrs. M... Jas,
Day :was not whose advice and counsel were prime a visitor to live here than all Crabill. ,
fiy people from their money, but to give heifers claimed! equally as much atten- .
all who desired to participate in the tion as the horses, and on every hand another star to Kissimmee's crown of sights one could show him. Best loaf of bread made by a young,
heard there are few Swabeys, and lady under 18 years old, with Marvel
festivities an opportunity to-lay aside was the remark that the peopleof erosity.
, the cares and worries of business and this city and county could easily take TRADE DAY Is fortunate in having him flour-60 pounds of. flour donated by

devote the day to making the world first place in that line at any fair ever I R. S. Floyd; won by Miss.Nina D Brat. r ,
all report an exceed- ton. 'Ss- .
happier as well as ourselves;, that this held in the state. There were ows exhibited '

f .....J. was only the beginning; of many such that it would -take severaKhun- __ _______ __ n,_ _n .____ business that day and say Best pumpkin pie-$! in cash donatedby

days to follow in this most progressiveand dred Collars to buy, and those who are 'ed us of the farm fifty years" ago.: This I The sack are ready to put upthe( cash H. W Thurman; won by-Mrs. Ellen
of the next Trade D. Plummer.
enterprising city, and that both as pasUnasters in, cow knowledge say that collection of goodies gave us a hunger years of age i expenses -i ?a
city. Best
and chairman of fortunes await those who engage in.raisin"g in : potato pone.s41 in cash, donatedby
mayor of Kissimmee that will force our neighbors to send as the little decided
the Trade Day committee he welcomed Jersey cattle in this section, as an extra supply before it will ever cease I three frog have that R. O. Meek; won by Mrs Rull Bass.
children and the climate, and is particularly not called, for by Saturday Best pound cake-S5 chamber set, donated *'
them all-men, women, range; gnawing at our vitals.' If we could.an instant "
dogs-and for them to go forth and well adapted. to their growth' and only,buy such bread, such honey and sway for the become the property of the by W, ,B Makmson; won,'by Mn.i'H
committee. Prizes J. M
/ are on Lee.
partake heartily of the good cheer and health. such'a potato>> pone we would be willingto l ster had at e.
Osceola Hardware Co.
,hospitality of people who were ready In this exhibit were alsq the ducks. .work our,arms off up to the e.lbOwai to how to "' Best S.rofjam--case,of jam, donated
will call and '
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geese; chickens and pigs and everyone he present by W. G., Hankins ; won by Mrs..H. N.
,and anxious to dispense. to' get. the mon.ey to pay for them.' sack, for
; Mr. C. W. will
'The mayor then introduced Professor of them'would have been piize'winners They were .the, quintesence of the art: and !quick hops Fleming:. Bratton.:; : '_ :, J ..

P.,H* Rolfs of the Florida :Agricultural! a*. 'any> county fair," Especially,.'were of cooking,and every one of the womenwhit feet ahead 'of t I, prize. Best jar of mixed plcklei-fctin cash
book sack
y that'genUe- the pigs of the finest breed,' in. fact .I a pocket a fan, a donated '
.>.iI.. Experiment- Station'and made. them! are_entitled. to- a prize; and lady's handkerchief at 1 by"-Dn: C. L. Hyattwon(. by
man at 'once' enteredupon the- moat ,those 'that won Ihe prize excelled any; 1'J!I f that be had Mrs.: W., HBoyce .
can by
GOOD owners
masterly address ever delivered along thing in the piggy line our-people ever \ ":Best pair of RhodeJsland. Red chickens .
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agricultural lines in Kissimmee. He saw. This exhibit was a'I most pronounced THE PRETTIEST' OF and identifying !property.? -fa merchandise, donated ,by M. f
would not be complete did ..
displayed a series of maps to show. the success, and was far better ALL THE BABIESThe Two of the mention the St. Cloud'Drum Katz; won by A. M. L Chauncey.

extent of scientific farming, drainage than the Trade Day committee had Best 2 pounds of
baby show, the show at which day were a organization of old fudge- $3 Kodak,
and stock raising, apd by them proved hoped it would be. three gentlemen were expected to pick ing between that! has become famous army donated by Osceola Pharmacy. Young

conclusively that the actual good de- out of a bunch of sweat, cunning, cute and another in Kissimmee prairie to the ladies contesting for this prize must be i,

rived from the small appropriations ',KITCHEN DAIRY, AND !babies? ono that was prettier than all Kissimmee at Atlantic City. This under 18 years of age; won by Miss1

made by the! state for the holding Of the rent, was held at the Chapter House were } the entire Phyllis JarrelL
ART DEPARTMENT throughout day, M
Farmers' Institutes was beyond compare at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, that is, the part of each member has passed Beet layer eake-..one dozen cabinet '

' He stated that through the'work This was the exhibiT that away"and I the show began there but ended in the worth the cost : score and ten mark, they are size photographs, donated by Hall &:
of the Experiment Station the farmer. beyond attracted the largest crowd, for Presbyterian church yard. There were to witness Paynter won Mrs. :
I I| of the highest rank. ; by Mary L. Estey rOldest
of this state had been enabled to increase the reason that it was held in theChapter sixteen babies with their sixteen moth- were about '
Gazette Its person, either man or woman,
the corn yield< over 80 percent in the past three years, things that appeal to both man andwoman's ford and the
I inspection as to points, and after the such as only men of their cal- pair of eye-glasses, donated by C, A. .?'
and that the same would apply to all best nature. In the art dis- judges had looked at the babies, in the '(} render. Cole. Second oldest-$2 in cash: donate

\ .J other agricultural products where the play there were oil paintings that were !: chuckled them under the chin and said afternoon, of ed by W. J. Sean; first prize won by

\ farmer had tilled his ground along of such high order, as to entitle them goo goo about seven hundred and one itiated think Francis Henry Warren, aged 93 years, w

scientific lines. Some of the figures to be hung on the walls of any art gallery times to each one, retired about three and was PRIZES AND 1 month and 23 days; second Major E.

quoted by this gifted speaker were a in America, and to the thousands feet distance from noise
I the wild and mad- was NAMES OF WINNERS D. Taft, aged 92 years and 75 days, a
revelation to his audience; for instance, I who saw them they were a complete dening throng to render a decision. just as much raised horse under four Best band$!) In cash donated by A. *

he stated that the gold, silver and iron revelation, as very few of our people Two of these judges-Dr. S. W. Down- when -920 set of harness donated 8. Nelson; won by Kissfmmee Concert 4.
,
;' .output of the world would not.equall were aware of the fact that artists of ing and Mr. C; D. Carroll-were especially when the Second Band. ,: y .
$5 in
the value of the corn and wheat produced : such ability were residents of this city to the good stunt. Ingram. prize- '
competent pass on good Waters & Carson Gro I Handsomest under ), '
by baby J2 months of
in two of our states, and that the and county. The intrinsic value of qualities of'a baby, one because he Is fine points of ; \
dinner donated
First Louis -$10 set
prize by age
I won W. B.
by
ggs sold in the United States every'j these paintings would run far into the the father of a lusty bunch of boys and were in the big I
Makinson
tint
j ; second by James M. Johnston. ; prize won by Mona
brought more money that a first- thousands, girls and: has been present when hundreds tendance,at ; LMimms. second {
)! ,. class battleship cost the government. Very, very few men are competent awakened to-1 thajjght of this hundred,and of Gf'elle-$3.50 pair of Robe divided 1'between Irene

I The Professor vehemently urged the to judge of the excellence of fancy world and the other because the-only waaa i it ; by L. M. Whidden &Co. I To raon the ,and Louisa McLean.

; .'r farmers to properly prepare their needle work such as embroidered table Ordas. man and woman who will be, y,
he
connection he has ever had with a babyis waa glad : married from the band t
stand
ground before planting, as by' that covers, scarfs, doilies, etc., but no one standing Tthe sidewalk at respectful -t score in the I of pigs under six months'' bn July ))2th. at 4 p. m. I
Judge G. F. Parker
will
j .. .. .. means alone could they produce abundant with a particle of arti.tlc gray matteron attention when some Other fellow's of Orlando, in cash/ donated by Osceola donate the license '

"> .. crops, and] especially did he im his brain could have failed to see in wife rolled her baby by in a gocart; 3 to 2 in favor Co., won by J. S. Stratton. and the perform the ceremony "
give
't plore them to produce every agricultural the work of that 'character on displayin therefore, their judgment was at once I I of ducks-$3 pair-trf Gold and Miss Battle groom 91 .in. cash,

and dairy product, thereby keeping the woman's department some of the accepted and unanimously adopted donated by A. S. Gilbert. Bandy will, give the
bride a $7.60 hat. No
I ; their money at home and- making fiftest of its kind ever made by a member when they proclaimed Mona Mimms the 25 pounds of flour do- entry. ;
Best
," their community prosperous Professor of the gentler sex. There were prettiest of the lot, and Irene Rober- GA ,Edick &; O'Brien; won by T. ice gallon of Ice cream-, 16 quart e

I 1 Rolf's address will "do a power of good pieces that evidently required months son and Louisa MeCean as tied for second We were cream freezer, donated by Ross

:' :, in this community, as this Ik fast becoming to complete, as there were flowers, place. This decision seemed to strangers were | of chickens, any breed$!) Graves Second prize-5 years subscription -

one of the foremost agricultural wreaths and every conceivable pattern meet with the approval of the vast au- : day, and in / donated by H. C. Stan to the Valley Gazette, donated
W. B. Harris
counties in the state. (worked out with thread and needle by dience who witnessed the show, but'' query to many : Second prize-$3.50 pair of Kissimmee"by ;Co.first second prize won by \ }
Cafe.
Drug City
the hand of some one ofour women. everyone declared that such an aggre- :' the difference by F. H. Lawson; won For the heaviest i
writer of this article while vlew- Porter. man attending Trade t
The ,
] very great
of sweetness bunched
FARM. FIELD: ANDGARDEN ling gation was never t Day exercises-$1.60 pocket knife, donated ..4 '
this exhibit, overheard one woman together at the sang time anywhere on mate would of turkeys$!)pair of shoes,
I II !
-; .;t PRODUCTS( remark, "It just makes my mouth earth. 1 five thousand.! \ C. W. Dann; no entry. by R. C. Paxton; won by j E. L.Eames. .

.,' At the same time this speech waa, water for one of those magnificent ;I mighty.throng of corn-$3 in cash do weight 237 pounds.

''I, being delivered great throngs of people specimens, and the ,acme of my happiness SPORTJNC.&VENTS I consideration C. E. Franklin, won by. C E. Handsomest bouquet of cut tlowen-
\l.; were viewing the exhibits at the would be reached if I were able to I{square, and l li I $2 in cash, donated by Dr. W. W. Carson I "

'. different places they were' displayed. : do such work,'? But th1scharaeteof VERYlNTERESTJNG, filled with I otsweet potatoes-'$5 in ; won by Miss Violet Bullock k

t: ,; :At the )livery stableo Mach Bros ,the work is evident/! becoming a lost' art There were a number of sporting I rth tour ..ti i by R. D. Waring; won by Best Jersey heifer one''y.arold or jBroe.

I : committee had on ,exhibition all farm : among our younger women, as there events scheduled for the afternoon, there.was n' under$5 In .cash donated by Mach'

products, and while there were not 881 were Exceedingly few i faeces, and they some few of which did not take place I spoken, or a I I watermelon=$2, 'in cash, do- ; won ,by: Dr. S. W. Downing, ;

fit: 'many as there.would have been had the i iJ were rather simple but what were (fat man's race and bronco riding), but | that-crowd, we C. W. Griffin. Second prlz-*' Best sow under six months old-$3 ln(

; affair beeiTIl-aldb) the_spring ,or fall,: made, .by. _women, years .ago_and,who those that were pulle4. ..o1t., ""very jwe; believe I : h-donated by Dr.F._ G. cash, donated: by J. W. Miller; won by* al

f still there were soBmot. he. finest specimens j were" now ,considerably advanced in interesting |and homefolks. ;'wonTby C. b> Carroll. MoD..e..le'l and II.-W. Boyce. t \ +r

ever exhibited on 'a similar occa-,years a fact: to', be;regretted, for man The automobile parade was not partlcipatedbi'binyanyes -:[with the day jar of hors')?f"lln cash, do- Best mad. ginghani apron by girl under '$

I.:) lion in the state. 'There .'we'reT watermelons always couples'woman with things'thai ; thanadozedearsbeing ''the 1 Mrs. A JTressiwon: ,by Theo. twejvyears. 4"' old-$1 In_cubs d! t. ,:t".

;k hat weighed tj-elghtP qnds, :[ are delicately; artistically" elegant .decorated.: but those that{ Some of nor % ....t,_' f I
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: { ;:,,-tuni pumpkins as large" as. wuh-'tubs; corq lymade, ,and' *,I, husband.is,\ never!bp- : did enter;for a:prize' showed...,that much ,beautifully : of hay:.$5 la cash donated 4, .(Continued on"eighth page.)' .....,. !l tyJ
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3*' : OC : OCJOf'OQOCf! OttOtltatOt OtJOgOtkOgOqOtlOt: *. >ID41A. leak. Divers have 'gone, clowp; ,but so; FROM' ii''.

... CABeox. V'* 'J..k, CVANTORD.. ;a;L.LUPnL; ST. GLOUD far. :th9Ul..aIlCee";, .for' the water, S 3. .' '

lh..id.et. : 1 Vhw-Pnaidrat.. ? 8eontaI7-4 ; . ,,,1'dleturbing'keepa running manner.Into the, 'dam However In 4) rather, the,: .. . .\KISSIMMEJto ( \ ) ..r"

,, 'f . J'matter ii not considered serious 'as It. .. : f j,
Ie' I ITEMS OF INTEREST'CLIPPED Is only one of the detail. of the work. .

&I KissiMMEE LUMBER co. The fact U the cofferdam has proven of N Nf'"M
: .fROM T"E.T.J(CLOJUD< TRIBUNE JACKSONVILLE
exceptional tightness; for leak.i ,
I !.many.. .. ,
IWMMHl MMHHHiH_ HM NW MHMMiMHMH M U withVK1eeimineeped-I i I similar; th&one ,now being/ worked on AND RETURN ;
' ""Two care!! Il 1 were to bell Jxpectee in a work of this, '
1 '': .. Rough. and Dressed. a pie came over to ,St Cloud oh the 4tlC|1[magnitude. .Such a cofferdamhaa. MONDAY JULY 24THATLANTIC '
J Among; the vliitorirw noted Mayor ,
never fore been .
: Stanford. j nd... Judge and MrteParker.. of circumference: and attempted.In in ,: size - VIA ,., .
: ... depth it has: seta '
LUMBER
_ : PINE precedent. If it .wltl stands the COAST'fLINE

:,,., -W.-W. Davis, wife and two sons arrived strain, the. ]lesson of..i.its'resistance wi J' : :
m on the 4th from Great Bend, 0; : rld .. .,
prove aTxxrtTtg'thifr.'engineering'w :..f.4 ':
Mr. Davis is practical broom manu- <
a. and will be a feather'in the capof I'A':

5' HOUSE .BILLS A 'SPECIALTYLET and facturer'in coming and )grower here of felt broom that there corn, American of engineers! particularly in Tickets Good on all. Regular l Trains i ;:ti
that Major Harley B. Ferguson who \
: might be opening for a factory and designed the plan and is superintendingits Final Limit July;.27th
j fOtECttdtt010tY0SlOg4170vo that material might be grown l Here,
f' )COOOO( : ; execution.
'
lie brought along a supply of seed The Fourth of July .did..not.stop the Proportionate Low Rates From All Otter Points c
which he hopes to be used in the form J; t
but'moat
\ work of the-Americans on .
'; *?\ -4 of experiment, by our farmers. He the job laid'off for the day tt spend it For tickets or information,'call on nearest Atlantic .Coast Line ,'\ !
also the and tools of
shipped machinery .
; in the city assisting; others of the: Ticket Agent; ., or write \ r rI
US DO YOUR his Ohio factory, and may decide! to American colony in painting the town Y. R. BEAZLEY, T. P. A. J. G. KIRKLAND, D. P. A, I j,
liere. He for time the I .
start says a TAMPA>; FLA. \
in a quiet way with the most glaring/ of I

..l' VULCANIZING broom corn'Could. be shipped in. the national 'colors. To add to the'number : _. -- -- <.,
-,of Americans in. the city.for i -- .
St. Cloud will have ample school facilities .
the day the arrival of about two hun- '
this fall and winter and rank,
.
.. We have a (drat-clau plant with expert work- in respect to IB very complete course of dred and fifty Texas Shiners many of
them with their wives and daughters,
in All work ''guaranteed and turnedout studies, with the older and ; If
charge. more
r jnen popu- assisted in increasing the enthusiasm.particularly ,.. Oseeola Lumber
within 24 hour from receipt: Prices reasonable. lous towns of the state. The School when Dixie was played by r } I

Full line'of Tires, Tubes, Patches and Automobile Board-Messrs. Kinney, DeGraw and the band. The visiting Shriners? arrived -
McKnew-haa been in frequent consul
Supplies. !in the afternoon and consisted of
c tation with the county authorities In Company 1
V delegations from four templesBenBur .
the matter of establishing a high
of Austin Hella of Dallas El Am-
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: school. The formalities of the law j
San Juan Co. may
Garage -ida of ElTaso
and El Mina of Galves- I' J!'
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not allow it this session but the boardhits -DEALERS IN- '--' :!
ton. They came on board of the steamship 1

Orlando, Fla. teachers been capable given. i p ermission of carrying to along employ ahighschool tyke Mohawk them from, specially' Galveston chartered to New to Rough and Dressed Lumber ''jai, !

II course, and pupils desiring u
York en route to Rochester N. Y., 1
r instruction in Greek Latin and higher ,
where they to attend the Imperial
mathematics can be accommodated.The go WINDOWS, DOORS | |f \
Council
I of their body. The Shriners :
'
--_.. brought their own band!, all the .
members ;
> / Seminole 'Land and Investment SHINGLES, LATH, BRICK, LIME ./
being Shriners and not one of them
;, .o........................ e Company has donated the use of a portion professional musicians. This is the'
-- of block 245 to the :Town Council '
e burn! which won distinction last year.at : WORKS .7; i
EMIL MACH ERNEST MACH for u1 pound in which to confine !live NOyLTY \
the New Orleans meet of the Imperial
I" . gti 'andard OH Co., .. found running at large contrary to the
Council. The band is not only equippedwith "
I MACH: Ea-OS: law made and provided. The ordinancewill instruments: but GENERAL BUILDING MATERIAL ;
;k : OZ take effect July 2.1. and owners of splendid ; also yt: .
sports a proud uniform only surpassed
Feed and Sale Stable cows h/irseS, hogs and other domestic by that of'the Arab Patrol of Hella 1.0 ..* Free Delivery to All Parts of City ..** ...* .r:
; ; Livery, : animals now roaming at will about thestreets Temple, an organization that is always 4,!,.'
5 will take due notice and I ""J, ;,
iIf: i it Agt. International Harvesting Co. themselves accordingly. Otherwise govern, foremost in the great; parades of the,, .\

they will be subjected to some Shrinuro. .
: AIL "X KIN e I3E11Y:: ":HA1T7rING: : )-_ : expense The party left Ilavana'on the eveningof
\ or else lose their bowie or piggie. The
f
f. "* i the 6th, after having taken part in;' .
". f '' Everything new and first class. render pro'mpt and. pound is in sight of the mayor's office. the Fourth of July celebration, visited \,

r satisfactory service day or night. the historic fortress of. Morro and Cabanas t

I PASSENGER The Council at its meeting on TUes- the wreck of the Maine, and GLE'NN-R'EAGIN { ;
ONE HALF BLOCK-FROM DEPOT
day, instructed the street cpmmitte to Gom-ez
General Jose Miguel 1 President 1
i\ I Z KlssJmmee, Fla. Phone 1,13, : proceed with the work of grading and Of the Cuban Republic who received ADVERTISERS

?* paving the avenues and streets as pro them most cordially and heard the 1

k j .................... ...... vided by the recent ordinance. Sur- Texan band which played beneath the

i veyor Butler is expected to finish the balconies of the palace. We prepare and olace copy II 5 '
?+ \ - "- -----------1---I work of setting the grade stakes early The band of the Arab Patrol paradedthe We compile and print booklets fe '-
; *( next week. The street committee was principal streets*of the city duringthe We sell CALENDARS. Signs, Bulletins i

HOW THAT also instructed to ask the A. C. L. !road: early part of the afternoon, and .!Boards. and Advertising Novelties) in Leather, .
ABOUT while the former played in Central Celluldici and Alluminum. ""
i- to put a crossing over the track on {park, the latter did some.drilling which' 4 i'WE '
Massachusetts av.enue. The Council excited admiration.
general
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IRRIGATION PLANT? received a resolution from the Business LEON J. CANOVA. I

Men'* League concerning; the St. Cloud ARE. PUBLICITY. EXPERTS. ":
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Public Utilities Company's offer to pro- Private' Pupils Taken. LONG DISTANCE: PHONE 296 nt:!
We headquarters for Gasoline Engines -
are vide free water, for the business district ,
( Pumps, etc. provided the;"City laid the maine Beginning .Monday, July 17,.I will TAMPA. SUITE 4- & 5 FLORIDA
y: ... e Set us figure with 'you., The matter., was!! Referred apd will be take a limited number of pupils in the .
later.-I' forenoon of each day for the period of BANKOF: TAMPA BUILDING.
Office and Ave. considered 'six weeks. Terms furnished on appli .1' '
&rx:04e: ULMER .MACHINERY CO .
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; and Railroad, t--- cation. R.\L EVANS. 28-2t \\'iI

', '!. '. Phone 2121. ..L.. TAMPA!, FLA. Comrade T. 'Cl Merton, (Co. I, lQ3d ,. ','
"
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a-tf
01< Ohio), has gone on a visit to his son, D. ;

C., who is an orange grower at Hud- -

r son, having a location on an island in f LUMBER LATHS ..OULD'NBB 8HINQLE8
,,.
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the Gulf about thirty miles north by II ;

{ L. -MARSH CO. west of Tampa. Corn rade Mertoncame
.. I Ir to this state from Akron Ohio about I II

DEALERS.IN PINE LINE OP I seven years ago so broken in health I
I i1E STAPLE AND FANCY that he didn't know whether he would

live to reach his son's home. In the I ... .
'
t, magic air and warmth of Florida he
61 r / GROCERIES .1 quickly improved. When the colonywas (Formerly McNair & Son)

located at St. Cloud he decided to Dyal-Upchurch Building:, Jacksonville, Florida l

FRESH AND PURE I II come over here and be with the old Shipments made to any part or the state. Our stock is made from the best timber in Florida, Is well man-

*,' S. FREE DELIVERY to all parts of the city. Prompt and courteous attention"or >oys. He came in August 1909, and ufactured and carefully graded, and our facilities for fil1ing'orders for carload oU are exceptionally good.arc .

rii I Tt LtLrMO P. HC). .O Ve has never regretted it. He is a carpenter ,
> by trade, and helped Comrade "
Barager build one of the first homes in : '
r
the town. He expects to be back In a ,

couple of months
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The .
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I 4 TEXAS SHRINERS -,,
SURPRISE r..
F I Call and line
see
V I my J.

r -t DRY GOODS : SPRING GINGHAMS Visit Havana and Take Part in e .,''
t rT ;,
STORE E--- i '' WHITE GOODSEMBROIDERIES Celebrating July 4th. j

I Havana, July 8.-The work on the

w- Maine is practically at a standstill, so ...
I
MRS. E. L. PEARCE ; LACES, ETC. far as discoveries of immediate interest .

.. ,i are concerned for the level of the .
water within the cofferdam remains at /j.
p.. Benman Building '
I bout eleven-_ feet below the outside .

level. There has been no further1 cleaning t ,

i, -- - .-- -- the mud having been removed from :
the exposed portion Of the wreck last 1 i

week and consequently no new develop- v :

? ROLLINS COLLEGE Winter Park ments.have occurred. f J

a The work of dumping the crushed ..
l 1 1t
,? OLDEST COLLEGE AND MOST BEAUTIFUL. CAMPUS IN FLORIDA rock into the cofferdam, as described!

f ey' College. Academy, Music' Eipreftslon. Fine Arts Domestic in the previous letter, continues, and Ii : :'
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et1 and Industrial Arts, BuatneHs, Normal..Course there has been some grading; of the.

-I Twelve l>ullrie.. .el.arate room.,.t.wm he.t. rlrrtrle'llgbu, earth withifl,tbe caissons. This is done lYe ready to give It to you, pressed down :J"'
..
are prowwtlon.. flnr >>mu lum. 110 m/iUrit.I quarter million dollar endowment.r .
1 our eaobara of music t-T '. . running over.
4. Superb new" room. for Uu lnm. School., fUll bauklnir equlumeut..Burroughs adding. edge of the caissons and sloping It :

f msobinetrpewrlteptwotnatrncton New ch..mlril and i>bj.Iral l I.Mmtork.n xt,yr.ouulpprd with verjr modern device.; an- downward until o 1 the inner side of the noise like buying something. Lime, Cement Lulnbor .4. l
.
. .,
aijui.L.kt .10Ub.v. (<>0<1., wator;preparation fur enKinmrluv oourae I caissons the earth filling/ is about eight ."
Tean.* champions.IxMtlng.of Statiom ing.'wgol. flte.nta, loot liall buket ball; lour conJeeutit. feet. lower, with drain holes cut through f ,' everythingJn the building material line.OSCEOJUA I;'

h: .Fey Chrlatian ea....but.....undanoimnatlnnal. addreu WM. P. ACKMAN.; .Ipp..el moderate. Ph. D.;.hol.nhIJIII..II.bl.LL. D., ......Id..t. the inside piling to allow, any seepage i i' .. ,,
k or surface water to rurr"-off. The reCent \ '
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.,. I Ion '-
___ heavy rain., which poured down ., .j, "r
'.". ... the caissons, kept the earth in them "::4I
I I "

;r i George N; Saunders most saturated Inconvenient and- the to mud the, work was,not but only the. .HARfeWA RE CO. 'A,: 1

stability of the caissons was lessened.: ,
_j .. BOAT. BUlLDtiRAfent : About the -only,discovery has been a I "S.. L. 1VUPFER ManajerDII l r

pretty! bad leak at the junction of twoqf ,.

for "FERRO" Engines the" caissons on the port tide of the :, -. .- -. '"

ir \ wreck, and', special efforts are being

"FLORIDA! made.to .locatethe exact spot of the
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BEST

l. r Improve Your Orange Crop ; n ty.'Commissi ners :the.;School,' :Board. BY HARIVISOILS; DYER Plioi, ;

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TEST COUNTSf
'ir'' YOU-* *Your crop has a good..'tartf.youru.-wlu' .: Kissimmec,' FlL. JulyX; ; '191L. "r That Kiaslrnme, 'Fla.\n.truction July d,191L:. .. :, ;, eel ''
Board ef Public :
'ITsuP'T best; the rightto kind of plant food The Board of County CommissionersIn In met
/. help them holdandmaturethe. fruIt.they now have ''to Increase I and for the of Osceola State I rear session' there befog presentW.
county : .
the trees and to : chairman: W; W. Chand HAVE BEEN TESTED and
to strengthen '
its shipping' qualities .
'art i give to the fruit the true ""FLORIDA" flavor which nothing cancounterfeit. : of Florida, met In regular session onJ ler and E. E. Brownalso' ; W. J.. Sears I
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And that's why.the majority. of discriminating. citrus i it' >'above date there being p..... t J8,. superintendent.Minutes / '. PRovED on OAD and TRACK "
,of th.:1ut session
t''".",: growers. .are. always careful"'to get;, " : I... Lesley chairman i; E., I*,' D., Ove>> were raad and approved.; regular .

of' : street, O. R. Bas.; :A..P. .B...., and B. Co Miller, county.treasurer reported There is nothing to' doubt about their (

I ,Armour's' Fruit iter; _;. ".- W. S. Pearce cumd1i I..lon.nArthl; as follows] QUALITY EFFICIENCY and ECONOMY.- 1t.

tl. ,,. Armour's and' Vine, or ; E.'Don.' sn, clerk; and W. B. Craw. To' the'Honorable* Board of Public! Instruction Their freedom from deposit on cylinders

Blood Bone andPotash; .. ford of of Vans A in and"'f r Osceola) county J1 and, :spark'plug>* and ,greater, mileage,
;:j ,1\\ {'Armour's .. ", lhe.,, !{ Agnew : herewith tender my report. treat *
j Crawford attorney for the Board.- :User of Osceola per gallon insures more power least wear
for the monthof
: Armour / county
line'
t : t H in the .
The exactly
fertilizer adapted, our grove ,
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card will' + Minutes of lest meeUnar'w.re Jteid Jane A. D. 1911. and longer life to all..movlnaparts. ;- --All
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the benefit of 'their'experience J post I
so bring why fulUnformatlon.not get .. r 7 and approved.. "" -.., 'f / a. .esatgLiL SC.oot.rv.D-- 'supply houses or: di.rect'from\ *r .J.i ,. .

.1' Better USB "ARMOUR'S"1:' "wish you had." .' :" Treasurer filed Ills report' 'showing To bal.ao.lrom...' report., O'lII12 LTBAIARICKSalesAEentandDistributorTAMPA.FIA.
To amt nod nom.ale) pump engine 100 00 ;; : .
< the following balance. pt:hand In the ro amt reed from W J 8earateaoh.raa>B 19 (q : b's
.;... To amt nod front tax ool ta_.. 1M M
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: BYARMOUR various funds':. ,' "i poll : ,.... .. 2ft 00
| MAMUFA.OTURBD .
1-
t' Revenue . ,t. vx-:: ..- :$ 169.71 J'W123-70 ,;
; FERTILIZE !* WORKS Fin. and forfeiture. 615 56 B.T paid wan-apta U par, list..:.? 1874 02 THE "LONO"STIUDES'" "'

I : JACKSONVILLE"FLORlbA School fund.j. :. 8952 68 Urna. / t ,'1" business are the results of our broad r
Road fund.: . : . 138 15 StfS-DIST. 1iID.1.o
i'TetfaTlroiri Ian l repOrt.. : ..... '.1R BOTuemt ? and honorable policy of treating ths-1 N

L. : ........... ..........: Special. fUnd lease... 818 794' 91Convict 40-, rw!'lT from.9 tax' collector' .. -I-UI 1 public feather'not should as birds be plucked from whom but rather every',


S. S. D. No.2. . . . . . '.' . 1434S. warnnUup.rllst.. ... .-. 1111 1O1 OT IIIHpiild 'as customers whose future welfare
r -- .... would be identical with our succesi: +
S. D. .No.. S . .J .'. .r 947 89 ,Br bala.I ... ..:... J 14 $ -". r- :- "In treating patrons liberally, they "" ft .4va

,(, Stop At Our Garage S. S. D: No. tt . .-. . . . . 17544 IKiKfMooi,kos-l4r."' !so,8.: f 'have returned like .treatment rnaoyi > .
.t fit 'Ta collector filed his report showingthe To bal fmm last "report ... ....\ !/II fold.i -*
;zA21ci: >f ,To lUlU nMilvd from T.x 4301.. tram,. 10 88 I =,_.
*
: and you will notice to your satisfaction following amounts : ''960;; \ j

Revenue :. ..""..". . . . . . .$1675 B3 : 1
; p the 'fine display of motor ? By paid warrants .. per ll.t.. .-. 8 UBy PIONEER PLUMBING SHOP'e

cars we have for School . . . . . . . . . . . . 2235 77 5'
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bal .; MT KDMVND: SWAficr.Prop'r
4 8H i Livery and Sale Road . . . . . . . . . : 2010 66Special. SCHOOL 1DD1ST.. MO.4. 8. .-,.. OFFICE 01 IROUWIT 4' 'JOJIHIIEE. WLEJV'ERY

. .. . . : '. . . . 670 22 To bd from laM rcpni-t. .. I 114 4* t
. . To.amt reed from lax ool, Use. a ft1H l'
r. We are agents for the celebrated . . . . 5334S. ----

E.M l K Automobile. You ca.n bny S. D. No.3 .. . . . . . . 26 00 09'
Dr paid warrsnti u llat. is 41
r pleasure for the same price you S. S. .D. No. 4 . . . . . . . . 12t per '- ; SUCCESSFUL MAN AtfIErES 1V ,
I 1
L will have to pay for trouble. A Tax collector's license report showedthe By balanoa .. 17ft.44 SUCCESS THE SAME
Warrant in the WAY'.J'
of
$1498.83
will convince of collected. sum were ... "',
{;., / little investigation amount $56.CO examined and cancelled in open session. ; 1
.. you. Tax collector's poll tax report showed Bill were approved and warrants issued BY, SAVING MONEY --

AS GO D'A5 NEW Steam Vulcanizing and Repairing $25 collected. as follows: Do you want to be successful Start saving now.-put your money in.,;;" J
Fine and forfeiture fund report W J 8_mrMl .upt SloO at
W 0 .Re'.. H BPI .. 400'
f1 Griff"lr1"S Garage showed the amounts received from thesheriff K!: B: Brow M Brl. . .. .. 600
: CITIZENS BANK 'OF KISSIMMEE
W W eb.ndler. M BPI 2000Valley
as follows : Ueuttte. printing t 00 ,;; ,

N MILLER BUILDING. BROADWAY State. .... FI.. Co t.. Board Total B W O J M Hem lllrr.'oomtreaa, tooldental..f moo . .. 26 Jrt :00 76

f 8JHughey.V500. !! HOW $86 ABC U C H.u.ll. labor" M-hool No DA.... 2611 We have more Swings Accounts) than any other Bank In I +
James OT 410 JO f6 !36 M K l-ariotm. lo.pettor.ubdlat.: Not' 1 I 00 Osceola County. ( .p ''
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M D Tlndal 2 00
J William. 25 00 10 60 36 16! It L Evan, clerk and retnrni. dim No 2 8 60 '*'
Brown 2,') 00 901 M 01 O WarlfJIu, cert lint .."ten.IIb dirt No< 2 f 00 A Savings Bank loaned FREE. If you haven't procured .
J F' Johnson 25' 00 II 01 34 01 Mm A A Blmpaon grading committee. 6 00 one do so at once. "

J Monro. 26 00 18 36 4H *I MlM M O Bryan, "" .". II 600MlaaAlbinaemfth (00 Ir M. j

Austin 6O 00 881' 18 00 6 :
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T Sylvester S 00 8 81 IS 81 Katz tree, .but In all aahool No 1 2M IK) 1 ivlisJ
ROSS GRAVESCARRIES Mach llron, No -' 7T9
gaeollne.chaol' 1
81
r, 8 M Newboru 10 Oil 8 81 2 00 20
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'i :3 McNeal U< oU 8 81 'i no 20 81 i The following: teachers were then appointed {p
A COMPLETE STOCK OFHARDWARE Jim ely M 00 II 60! 84 Ot :
School No 4-Miss Medora Russell. .
f8T4 811
School No. 7-Mies Elsie Arey.
Paid warrants were ordered cancelled School No. 9-Miss Pearl Murdock.

from the various funds in the following 'School No. 14-Alias Rosa Regera. ""

//" amounts : School No. 5-Miss Frankle Fierce at Ideal Fertilizers"Best

rr 1: PAINTS, OILS FENCE WIRE AND STOVES Revenue . . . . . . . . .$ 2046 76 salary of $40 per month. ,
School No. 16-Miss Cora L Main
Road '. 12308 07 assistantprincipal ;} '
i AND SELLS THEM AT EXTREMELY LOW PRICER principal; Mr. C. E. Carnes. .
Fine and forreiture. . 223 02 ; Miss Fleda Doolittle and Miss ;
t The following bills were examined 1/iUie Dole; $10 per month of salary of *I
BROADWAY KISSIMMEE.1 I FLORIDA I sub-dis
approved and warrants ordered drawn: each teacher to be' paid out of !I

.. C F Prevail ...to hlr. .I S 00 trict fund No. 1. To gain a place on our regular HIt a formula mustnot"'only'produce "
School No. 18 Fred Hawey at salaryof
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.. results but results with a PROFIT. The
Arthur E: Donefr. clerk and auditor 67 00 user of fertiliser
l- Va.ni Agnew A Cr....lord, legal aerrlco.. 20 84 I $45 per month; $10 of said amountto considers the effect on his pocketbook- REAL result.4a:;: '' b
of fund
t; be paid out sub-district IDEAL, FERTILIZER -produce the right effect, for-it-works-
B: L D Orf r.tr"t, com'r and mUBag & 00 I .
No. 3.School with Nature. The preference rtt 'each cl...- of vegetation for Itssource
A F' B..... II ,
i.t.i. OR Baa.. 13 410 No.No. 20 23-Mn.-L. A. Nellie Young.School .Wether- of plant food is carefully studied as well..{ the proper. 'proportions -' S '
0 to give perfect balance--no waste.
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t.. F I'urker. alary' county judge. 25 00 bee.School l No. 13..Chas.: Strickland at With proper application of prop food. Vegetation outgrows''" J'
'diseases and inseHa to"a great extent and being strong and vigorous,"
. . 1880\
C Fprorattcareiell.
; COMPANY .KIM Tel Co rent phone . .___ :260AWCrorby.nplpQorfSrmCar. I salary amount of to$80 be paid per out month of subdistrictfund $20 of said produces fruit that Is pleasing to the eye,,and, palate;' and, brings!,'
H. STANFORD the '
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financial retu to ,
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: .pauper M 0 pleasing grower. > r. v"
B F'Ball., JuaUoe rnppllei . .. 0 (lQ No. 3; and Miss Nettle hedge of said* at Do not lose the maximum: profit due you' by uslng'poorly) balanced! '
t., .. ..'. salary of ,$50 per month US plant food-froro improper sources IDEAL stands for.PROFIT." ''
C W DaDo. md.. pauper. $\ 60 amount to be paid: out of aub-di trict ,
'. Cerrien a. Complete a Line of in Call local '
Kin Lumber Co. lumber 42 fund No. 3. on, our agent .
/ John L Ovvntreet, .__iiment 'of tas... 450:; 00 School No. 28 Mrs. J. H. Steffee,
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"t.''i''. . DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, .. <. .' j axing. tablet,etc., ... IS W principal salary of $60, $10 of said WATERS & CARSON. GROCEJIY'CO r ; .

to' KIM.! Bleo Co; llgh; ".'..,......,..j\,J,t.,14 JO 20 amount to be paid lot of subdistrictfund . o; eddretr ? "
KlssW W. w.t.r to''' Oct.>.:.>..-,.,.-.,.' .' \\I :2f No. 4; and Miss Bessie Lawson a '

:, . PURNiSHiNOS'- xla.V.I0..prlnIngeta.l .......>. -u..'*." 74 68ManufBecord salary of *45, *5 of 'said amount to be Wilson '& Toomer Fertilizer t. i iGo Jacksoiville. '
:"
" ' ,publishing J.&II.d.-: /,. .,9 00TlmelUnUm. paid out of'sub-distrigt fund No. 4. Florida "
%\ SHOES and CLOTHING ''* $%* "" '"y"" l>:..;{ 14 80 School No.'35-Miss Mart.David. ,

pr, C W Dann,mdne,poor (arm. a 20 School No. 49. -Miss. Katherine Sha- ... I. ,
111 e Onceola Hardware Co, boa ".' doan. :! ;
9e
t ..9 can b. found I. Inlaid Florid .. B O Vllllor, coinml.Hloni an tree Sit M The superintendent was directed to .
J d.nella thorn O L JUnilr oonimlB.lon.aa tax col 17 80 draw warrant No. 321 r ,in the sum of !
.,. H A W B Draw. f o. blank 3 I 01 $209.98 balance in full on school building t-
W C Orooery Co mule. fed I'M 81 and to 'turn
No.1.
over same
upon /
f: I AS CHEAP AS ANY .. Lwuiber. Co lumber WOaceol > III filing of complete report by the com i The'RULL BASS MARKET::
Hardware. Co, road aappliea 87 noW mlttee. ;
HOUSE IN AMERICA .. I
: 1 1I B MaklnnonCo, 21 HOW The question of grade of certificate I 'h ,,
I L Campbell, road wor'k 1* 00 required of teachers in the Osceola :
t-- Bearden Block frank
One
J 0 Griffin bluokurnlthlng .'.. 8 US High School came up and, after discus Building. : Depot k
David Bauliiraon, road work. !10 SOJaa \ sion the Board decided not to rescind -'

I, A Clements '.' . 12 H7 its }former order requiring all teachers Fresh Florida of all kinds: '
Willis. Williams .. ft HoG in said.school, except primary teachers, MEATS .
' H. C. STANFORD COMPANY W Athlon. Baailngtr. pay roll. .. .. 22.t N6Q 6 to have first grade; certificate. and Western' .s $ .le

w A.hlou county pay roll r>18 74Mwb Superintendent Sean and Chairman
Bros. Watni. 1300 Bass were appointed a committe to "
L Kisslmttiee, Florida Maraball 4k Bruce Co. record book . 711 1 26 look into the matter of building a room POULTRY EGGS. FRESH FISH'Special t

.J.mMO.II.rold l'0\ ,to school No. 20. '
F W I-t.lker printing :2C 00 The salary of the superintendent was ylllenlion to Phone Orders and Free .

,9I j Alonzo' Simon carl pauper. 12 00 placed at J200, and he was allowed Delivery to any part of the City. Phone 1.89 "
K'LLealey.!: piloting Interior Jail. .. 10 oft $150 per annum. incidental expenses; x, r..
J E Bant Janitor. .. >.8260 the final report of the superintendent, ..
I Mark Dnniun. witnea*pre ttty. . 1'00 showing; that the amount of revenue r
John Kairclolh, wltna.----- r 100 received entitled him to said salary, as '
: ; IN T. F. E3A & C F Pr.Tatt, feed prtaonen--..'. 6:5 20 required by law. C. A.- CARSON, President 'I". c:: BRTAK, OJUITAa:

ootuclrentt eon.... .. lIT n On account of the increase in work '
. -. .. coda counljr court. .3366 and enrollment, the teachers of the The Waters & Carson .S'
coati county Jadge'a court. 40 KSQ Osceola High School were given a raise
F Parker, I" V M of C5 per month. .
\ I CONTRACTOR and PUILDER I Ann!. Powell care lunatic & 00 The following communication was. or-

W F. Walker, aerr and wttneu judge'a c't U 00 dered spread: on the minutes. *
, Texan Tlner. wltneu. county jodge'a 00LoUleTlnpr Warrenton, Va. Grocery CompanyWholesale ?
: ,. .. .. ..
tic; Hon. W. S, of
t Does General Contracting and Building and Furnishes )Estimates .J n Sobl.tt, .. Sears Superintendent
60 Public Instruction Rtssimmee, Fla.
,
.' t. on Structures of an size or Dimensions, whether .. WlllUTIner ,' M 6(1(l Dear Sir: I beg to acknowledge and Retail Dealers fa-I '!

:. !I It be. a Two-Room Cottage or a Tourist Hotel Jack. Kober1Ron- I III withimuch/ appreciation your kind letterof
y O I Barber .' 1 186 May the 8th.
:t Makes a Specialty of boring ARTESIAN WELLS O K: Roberta "'. a 00 It Is a great pleasure to me to retain GROCERIE'S"WE'

't l f-I, s'. in which he has met with the greatest success t L Moon salary' and 'e... 7 K 38 my connection with Kissimmee and hercitizens'aa 'k
, Arthur: Donegan June co court oats :28 c of any man in Florida. .- if I be of assistance to the "
can any
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which has don much credit
school so
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,1 Give him your work and it with H. M.. Breaker and O. C. Mc I I,, to Klsfiimmee the past and will 1 am WEB' SELL WE BUY '1<'.

. will be well and g lokly.\ } done. K ssimmee, Flaant Lean was examined' and approved. sure, proudly maintain it in the. future. .
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I [Continued next week.] I II E. NELSON FELL. HAY HIDES "f".. ;;"
There being no further business the '1,

Telephone Poles Wanted. Board adjourn I till next regular meet- GRAIN FURS \

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''v I Sealed bids for 600 cypress poles will
! r WHAT IT t NSr l f i t tu .be received! by the Osceola Telephone Chairman. WOOL

Company up to July 31st 1911. Poles Attest : SHINGLESORANGE; I".
}' Many people do not know what a Bank'. Capilal U for or the dlff.r.no. I to be 30 feet. long and to measure 10 W. S. SEARS. AND .t ry 1 It
p ,, $w en a bank arra oapllaLA I. inches in diameter 6 feet from butt. Superintendent. BOXES ;

i A BANK'S CAPITAL AND SURPLUS be-I I Poles must be peeled and -knots shaved 1 ALL ) ..
l''r = I.the rood thafprotcota depotltora from Ion, therefore. 'h.largr It I. ,down < ORANGE WRAPSVEGETABLE .t
grater protoetloo lbs 4opo.ton hai..., ibis bank ha.5f a I 'all bids marked "SealedBids His Solitary Satisfaction. (' '

i I Barplu Capital M.fund....of.............,.,.i..*.;..|Z2.800 M.ono 00 m . Addreasf, to the: "Does Jawley always chew gumr CRATES 'COUNTRY I''; "1 I

' Stockholdersllaibiiltr ....1.,...............,, 6 00 I OsceoJa Telephone Co., "No. Whyr _- )
21.tf.KiUimmee.. Fla. . his Isn't CRATE NAILS .. PRODUCE .l.'iI
him that
9 I A total of..d..: .......... ... ..... $12i,400 00 "I never" see ..Jaw ''
Tblo means that we mud ..1113.000.00 beforr.oar d.poattore eoaJd 1011O at i I': wagging. 1" J'I

TIWI prW.Mloa Ie loa YOU_ 1 I I ,. fk>rida. Maps.Upon ,1 "Oh. that> because he delights In I We sell field and garden seeds of'alj] kinds. .. rp

+ I"D STATE. BANKS OF KISSIMMEE' i receipt of 26 tents at the Valley saying.tota-wtfw to himself If the be..dared.thing*he wouldaaEto .. We -gi+re'.4peciai attention to' fitting. out hunting and'camping' ,., >

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A. PARSON JOSH K. LEE < 11'. a: II maps! of Osecola county at $1 each, and' The. green '-moray of the Bermuda we are'county' agents, for good fertiUzars. .' Ask ua for oirculif )' '

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Ite I :_to 'Valley '. Gazette e I court of this countr:and' ,--was one of GIL B RT-PARKER 3,600 bales of cotton:compared with I : I '

the first men in many year to secure 25,889. bale three years ago..
that office,in, Osceola county. without t'Last year,' write the correspond

., WTB. HARRIS,'Editor and Prop'r. option John Barton, II! ayoungUwyer_ of Ar- Union .of. Hearts of 'Two I Popular ent, 'I the took,rajsing! ,it upon of peanuts fajyself as to m Investigate substitute GHillOH

.+' *. .... TRll'I.ETT.-Aaaoclate, Editor.PUBLISHED ladia and stands well wherever.known. Young People -for cotton.' My Associate and my* $ H -. B BflPTiST ..

) He ha a splendid law practice, and,(>,or elf'began a public advocacy .
EVERY FRIDAY. several baa taken keen and active 12:30 o'clock. nut, and we succeeded in having about 4 ,4 '
; year On Tuesday at : MrJ; 'i. ,Contending"etrnentlr for the ,telth which was once. -
4"" Of. f ice In Valley Gazette Building: interest in affairs 'political in hIs Frederick Stewart Gilbert and Miss 2,600 acres olanted.io able section last LoralldellveredugUftheadnla-JmlefL,
lei I'' ,, atlS3tMMEE.08CIiOLAOOiUNTY.rLA. county and section. Mr. Burton wll..'a' Mabel Parker were happily united. 4n year. The result were so good that I ......,........---
F .. > .- warm supporter of Senator TaWferro: Aiarriage by 'thebride's, : pastor- Rev.S. wa called Upon to go to many points in . 'OFl'l'OEiu": 'OF TIIH!* OHUHCH' ; 1\'
SUBSCRIPTION" '' in the elections of last year, and was '''S. Snyder; at, the Presbyterian the boll weevil-stricken) districts to tell Pastof.J '
RATES
also a ">warm of Senator church In. this J>::- them about the peanut. -The result} of BUNYAN STEPHENS, {
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,.y O OM.._copy...on U*mouUn......4... .:....w.$1'....,, !to 00 .Bryan.-,Peniacola Evening News. Mre,-Il. M. Pfarm.; Misses Sue.Watson. these visits is that it is V'BriousJyeaU. . C., W. DAMN, Clerk., C. F. BRYAN 3, Woodall, Treasurer.N.: C. Bryan +l
DEACONS-C. A. Carson C.
,; ,.,i i i .i i ii" "-- Jean Caldwell and Helen Jones together' mated that there will be anywhere from ; ; M.
'AH _m.'tla.... except from oar uthor- with their .assistant had most 100,000() to 150.000 acres planted in the J. W Wilder, M. WiUnon;-Jr.. Joe Jeffords, r
+ i, t' |S).4 cm i..poit.ou.moat b..i n.d by tb.writer MR.. QUJNN. BASS tastefully decorated the church with white Spanish peanut in this state alone J. Hicks; A.S. Gilbert, J. M. Hansen, W. .11..Johes. ,
aUtur will not bo.xMtunwd 11nlr. !
the i' .a .i
coming And Louisiana
rJ.1.ct.d .' I bamboo, roses, pot plants and cut season. ; -I i ;
ers, the pulpit';'recess being filled which last year had something like 80,-
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.'.lCat..t.at u.. F..totaop Ia KlutmmM.,. .. Flm..M Passes Over the River ia't the Age I choice ferns and other flowers, 60"0'1 000 acres under,the crop, will increase ORDER Of SERVICE-JULY -16, Wl1I
ill .edeLr mail oatt r. ((by the altar was ,a large arch ; her acreage the.coming season to Sully -- ..,
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fjzhty4our'\'ears. ;i graceful bamboo and beautiful 100,000 acre. .. MOHNINO A. M. t./ '
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'. Friday, July 14, 1911 f when 1 roses. That the peanut is'I a money crop i I. ( I
The'news not unexpected Piano Prelude.Doxology'and.
was Messrs. Edgar Katz, Oo. Parker, no longer a doubt, and it will always bea I . \
made Tuesday
the announcement was .t.
. fixture on the farm in of Invocation. i ;
"Livingstone and Dr.W, W. Carson : this state
morning, that'"Uncle" Quinn Baas had I I Hymn 515"HapyZion"Scripture ; .,..*;
I unknown worldthe 1 served as ushers. The beautiful little Louisiana. .It is found that hay made .
2 into the
l passed before at' 8:30o'clock, at the 'girls who scattered rose leaves AIO from the peanut vines is more nutritious i Lesson ,., r:JJ:
y t Oar MAGAZINE 'EDITION ;. night i gracefully) before the bride were Eliza- than timothy and. also that the Prayer ",II;w
Bass in this
home of Mr. Chas. city as Offertory "Hamburg" / :
.' hay will than '
: I beth-Prker and Mamie Pi The more pay all expenses in
....ral elatributioir in bad healfur months Hey.
note Ttojjyor f he had been curred in 4 Sermon-"The Loveless Church"invitation .
the
making It has been
bridesmald-wa. Miss )Helen Jones, and crop. ,
and be had at him offic at 'pant.Mr. 1 best j. proven my own'experiments that the 487-"Duke Street"EVENING7:30 .
t tan Bass moved, to this section of I the man was Dr. W. Simpson. !: \ ,Rl.
oil from the of
peanut is a much
As the
I guest were gathering the very '
25 Florida about sixty and engaged A'
nil
cents enormous years sago
per copy / cotton oil
in the cattle business the )orchestra half concealed b the decorations higher grade than and hence :
.*p.n*.incidnl to getting lower prairies which business he on fol- played "Belle NuiL/ it i* not at all a question of finding a Song Service .

'; ovl f Hi* magazine maJttt n.c.*. lowed until a few years ago, when his Promptly at the appointed hour The market for the of the oil, but to.get a sufficient 436- "Onward, Christian Soldiers". ')
material from
failed and his advanced 'years lights were .turned on, and to thebeau- supply raw 350-"Blessed Assurance"
eyesight
'. '" tary fqr at to e '.. oaf regularfubtcribfr made it impossible. -for him .to longer; i' tiful Gtrains" of "The Bridal Chorus I ready which and to make waiting the oil. The market. ia Prayer. - "* )1,J

th. regular rat e, mack ride the range.. There is not a,man Lohfengren. the bridal party approached S. .V. GODDEN C. E. t 569- 'MeetMe.. There" p
who has lived here length of time the altar, the bridesmaid Announcement : i
{r' : a* W. rgrt to do so.t' but who knew "Uncle any Quinn and all 1 carrying a large bouquet ot pink roses Offertory 833-"Draw Me Nearer" ;1':1
who had dealings with him found.him I with maiden hair fern tIle bride resting MAGAZINE EDITION Hymn 302-"Abide With Me" hi',
rvI rv- the arm of her father Judge
_, _. honest to the core. He never turned ; upon Sermon ;
-- : Geo F.) Parker carried ar'q
a large bouquet
a deaf ear to suffering; or failed to aid I Invitation 235-"Welcome Voice" ; !
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I 'i DONEGANBUftTONWhich : bent the unfortunate, loved him oest..Those' who knew him of of the white valley roses and with maiden's a shower hair of fern.lillies I Of the Valley Gazette is Sought E.xw; : w.

--:'! Deceased was 84 years of age at the i Very softly) the swept ..trains'of I After From All Parts of U. S. The out door services a>e proving very successful : '.:
"Hearts and
Flowers" floated
time of his death and leaves many through 'during the warm months of the summer. The prayer
,\ Will Be Chairman of State relatives in this section, al1onwhom/ the church, while Rev. Snyder read the I'! Doland S. D.. July 2, 1911. services on Thursday evening/ 7'il:: ) are more largely ''I"; !
is Mr. (;. W. Bass, a half-brother. His grand old French Huguenot marriage J, W B. Harris, Kissimmee. Fla. attended now than they have been in a number of. o .
Democratic Executive Committee'Arthur remains were laid to rest on Tuesdayat service, and two of our most popular 1 Dear Sir: Having just received q I moht e. Come out and help._ "x nbtg'Neople't
:2:30! : Kev. Bunyan Stephens young\ people took those sacred vows of the Special Edition ff'I
f E. Dotiegan, of Kissimmee, : copy Magazine "
;(, Osceola and John W, Burton, of the Baptist church performing; the and were pronounced husband and wife. I as per request, I herewith' enclose'25cents I The Union meets on Friday evening ; "
county '
of Arcadia, DeSeto county. Both -of' ba
k these, men have filet their hearts on'directing Undertaker J. W. Thompson. I 1 I ss.ohn" Wedding turned their March" pealed from forth the]'I a fine edition anti! well worth the prict'oThanking I the church.
as they steps -
-t: the next campaign for the office you in advance. for promptness -
All ladies of the
altar. II | I the church and congregation are
", hunters and they are out m dead ear- j 1 FINE RAPES 1 I The church waS filled with guests, I reipain.Most cordially earnestly requested to attend the devotional ....rvH't's. t.
nn now for too job of state chairman mostly friends from Kissimmee. The \WM.yours SHEAD. of the Woman's Missionary UnIon in the Bible ClassRoom \:J.i .
Arthur Donegan 'perhaps oheTof guests from without the city were the 'Igroom's Monday afternoon at o'clock
i the best known men in the state 'and brother J. of 'II __ _._ 'l"
Are Grown in Kissimmee by Mr. Mr. L Gilbert H ___ .
4: in
enjoys-a> wide! popularity every section Dunnellon, and from Urlanda were Kev. Bartlett; Kas., July 9, 1911.) i '
; of Florida. And speaking of Ar- George Mawson.On I and Mrs. S. M. Chisholm, and Misses The Kissimmee Valley Gazette, Kis- A HEARTY WELCOME EXTENDED TO ALL
reminds of '
thur the
Donegan us time .
Roxana Jerome and Eula Smith. simmee, )Fla. .
when he ran for legislature down in Friday last Mr. George Mawson I The :
]! wedding party proceeded to the Dear Sir: Please find enclosed money
Osceola. The county was'pretty evenly brought to this office a fair-sized bunch'of depot, starting on a month's trip to thegroom' order for 25 cents, for which kindly I .
divided on thic race, but Doneganhad of the, Delaware that I
variety -
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/grapes home --
old at Clinton, N. C., send\ me your Special Edition! Magazine '
: ) the cow-boys with him, and'the were grown in .his garden in the western |I I medium for .i
". also to Washington, D. C. and Philai by mail. a splendid advertising your Laymen's Meeting.
cow-boys make pretty good campaigners part of the city; the vine from ;|i delphia Pa.PEANUTS. We have been taking 'the Kisfiimmee county. I have no doubt but it will P,'
i ; --they get worked up pretty well I which it was-picked havmgbeen set out I, Valley Gazette lor sore. time and l like ; bring a number of people into your The Laymen will hold their next ;,:
ir' over such propositions. They say that i, in March. !, to read the tin It is town. !I services at the Methodist church next
in the Bassenger precinct of Osceoha The growing of'grapes in tbis section VS. COTTON paper e. certainly '
which is about sixty miles down the I has never indulged in to great, an interestingpaper.. As my subscription has expired for Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock. These I
been any -4
i My husband and I were down there i the Valley Gazette, I herewith enclose {
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t, prairie from -Kissimmee a certain Don-I extent, as it was generally believed i meetings are of special interest and all
y eganite \* as appointed precinct, or district 1' they would not do well, but Mr. Maw- Boll Weevil Makes Southern Planters last January,the and country.we were In very fact much we I doubt money I order will see for you six months before more.that time.No ,, have been greatly bpnefitted who have ;-1,.,
supervisor of registration and that son, who haaxultivated them in u Northern r.leased .
I' so well that we purchased some '1 can't do without your paper. It is a I I been regular attendants. A full attendance -
Turn Other-
to .
whenever a cow-boy went state that he believes the soil to. Crops.The .
s register -
up says
I land in Kissimmee and is ,
\. Valley, lots in splendidly edited and newsy slieet.Hope earnestly desired Brother
he Was required to take the following and climatic conditions of this immediate -
r y S Kissimmee where we to makeour Judge G. F. Parker will lead the meet- "
expect have success. i
you I
I f. oath: "I do solemnly swear before vicinity are particularly te to following taken: from the Man- '
home in'the future. A. S. NELSON
ing. Chairman.
eliadap near
God that I will support, protect and defend I their cultivation, and that is ver- ] ufacturers .Record, and worthy deep Yours I remain your friend :
,' '. constitution of the United ified by the healthy condition of the cuttings consideration: j truly T. W. ELWOOD. I
a f; ":' I States! and of the State of Florida and I-. he set out in his garden in March. "Certain sections ot the South have { MRS. C. B. FRITZ. Attention, firemen ... c
t I., vote for Arthur Donegan for the legis He says that many ot the vines are at j j found it practically impossible owingto Dr. J. W. Simpson who is spending ;|
; lature." At any rate Arthur landed in present nigher than his. head and wt'1I1 the ravages of the boll weevil to Washington; Pa., July II, 1911. some time at a sanitarium in Jackson- All those wishing to enroll as fire- ;11:'
fine shape and has landed everything fruited, and that next season he will raise cotton for the past few years. A | Mr. W. B. Harris, Editor. ville came home for the Parker-Gilbert men, kindly meet at the council chamber -
': else he has been after since then. He have a larger yield than he ever did in Mississippi man says that his courjty j Dear Sir: I received the Special nuptials He returned on Wednesday'' Monday, July 16, at S p. m. f"".,
f f is now serving; as clerk, of the circuit the North.. I will have produced this year possibly Magazine Edition. I' think it is surely night I I H. I). PORTER Chief. "t

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p 2-6x6-6 and 2-8x6-8-11 thick. . . . . 1.25 Black Screen J i .UU .. 12x28 . . . . 1.00 "
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2-86-8-11 1,35 . . .
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& ; WHITE PINE Brace. Fine mesh black wire $1.30. 1428 . . . __ 1.20 $4.09--f( _
2-6x6-6 and 2-8x6-8-li] thick . . . . . 1.50 .. 15x30 . . . : . 1.40 27C-
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t y STORE DOORS 6-0x7-0-11 . . . . . .10.oopro No. 16 gauge Galvanized wire. All < | 50 WASH BOWL and PITCHER . . 78c
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w, t BUILDERS' HARDWAREto WINDOW SCREENS .. 24x24x32 3&-/ . . . : . .. . . . . 1,20 .41c
.. . . . . . . . . .. 1.25 WHITE DINNER PLATES-set of 6. ., i
be bad i in town. Call and Adjustable-But Flies; can't get in 39c .. 26x30 '. . . . . . . . 1.30
? look it over and get price before baying.W Any . .. 30x30 . . . . . . . . . : 1.50 WHITE CUPS and SAUCERS-set ot 6. . 43C iA
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in 1 Gallon Cans. . : . . . $1.50 P1TTSBURG PERFECT FEN .-TUE BEST 3d Fine Price by Keg only 3.00 SCHRAM AUTOMATIC 1 SEAJ..ING43c. '
2 '4 e' I I Paint in 6 Gallon Kegs per gal. . . . 1.40 3d Shingle' .. 2.95 Pint Jars per doz ,
t 24 inch hill'h Stays. 6 in. apak f per rod .2H .. .. 2.806dD'
+ I'\ $1.00 Brush Free with every 10 Gallons Paint. 36"7' .. 14 4d Common .. -

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at + 62" 6. u u .au .. .. ./ '0 2:60: FLOWER POTS ALL SIZES AT COST S .
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>; i ';l': r close out, per gallon . 70c 30 inch.. high Stays" 6 in" apart" per..rod .26 1211 .. .4.. ",. 0. 2.50'2.55 .... ',,1.i;'
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;y + 4 VARNISHES lSinch high 2 inch mesh par roll 1.00 Heavy Wire 80 rod Spools.- . . . . . . 2.25 LINOLEUM per square yard . . j50c,
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me Klsslmmee,Yakleu 1 Gazette :,'Messrs. Niemeyer' A+, Wile. "have 'Chairman G.''W.')yarin'ot; chi Street! : ,. e ,

'-. leased the. building lately occupied by'Committee,-bu' about completed the p; A, VANS
__TELyiPNQNR. ( ""11.'PUBLISHED .- Floyd's Kandy Kitchen and will open an work of putting/ down' street -crossings ' S., '
Ice:. cream t parlor,therein, a few days.' -'S with Iwarl I wherever it was needed and I' WE. MAKE ,; J

EVERY 'the ,states that be Is now ready to take up on Advisory Committee of
FRIDAY W.: M. Hutson and children; of the matter..of paving Broadwapr and the ,"-. ,

-BT- SL Augustine, arrived last week to roei etreet leading t.o both the: passenger National Jrr&ation Congress,; SELF-SHAVING .
tt w. mr MARRIQ.r spend the Remainder. of the summer"' '
and which Will
fright
: depots
;
.
,, '-': .. .. ': with,her mother Mrs Kochenderfer. be the done CouncIL at thejnext- -regular... meeting/ of I writes Chicago.in a July recent 13.-Governor letter to the Gilchrfst headquarters PLEASANT :an. I EASYGILLETTE'SAFETY "

Mrs Lucy Mann, of Orlando was the \ ot the National Irrigation Con. v < '

guest of Mr. H, Edmund Swabev.on I Our ;:'mayor' is deserving, of much gross that-b. has appointed an advisory "J J

:, Weather .Report Trade Day and 'expressed, herself as praise'for the Venergy he displayed in committee with which the officers of : RAZOR ,
: highly pleased with her visit to our city. Ute"1rrigatron'' '
Congress a's
having OUR city-put In a thoroughly can cooperate .loo well known to need long description. ,
Griffin 'came eve from clean condition before Trade Day,"and In making: its coming: meeting here December We.are both
o Mr. C. W. .b to 9 : showing: t the older ..t1leancf
of the
(' Following are the daily temperatures where he and his-fam from nearby cities re gre greatest. benefit to
t. /; Coronado Beach, I j,mined that the stories they had heard Florida- _Members of the advisory Toms heeVest Pocket "Edition.*'
and precipitation as ily are spending'a month' outing, to }
i' mittee RaaorsnTrapSilver
of Kistimmee's healthfulness and appointed by the committee ) Plated
are-, comes
In festivities'of Trade
i- ,reported by'theGovernmentL Birticipate. the beauty' must certainly be true, sifts S. M_Tatum. Miami p. A. Vane Ag- I with 12 keen;doubla-edged blades in compact ,
t ;station at Klsslniniee( for the I ', nl equal, from general"appearances, could new; Ki..immee; J. ** Whither Sanford -, 0

.;. ,;A 'weelf'ending 13,1911. II 'Mr*,:W.;'L.,Van Duzor:was host to-thevisiting not be found elsewhere 'in the'south. M. ; Robert Gambl.'JaekonvilleJ' } F I Cass. Price *r -' $5.00''OILtETTIt,
Iilmonton.Tampa.' ",
Elks on Trade Day which Is a I '
Mr. R. C. Paxton Who with Mrs. 'Save'the *
t JOl'estl. store the flood: l '
I JlU HIM. RAIN sufficient guarantee that ample enter W Keen '
61' tainmeitt and refreshments were Paxton left here two weeks ago for a reclaim the deserts,.make home on the i Kjitter Safety Razor

(! a' ;"; .. Friday.... . ... 90 72 .. for the Visiting "BUls," provided month's stay, in Oklahomawrites: the !land," U the motto f.the National Irerigation '*'. On. of the best on the.mar:l'' e'

f a Saturday... . .., 80 69 .36, editor of this paper that he never likedKissimmee Congress aqd clearly sets forth ktt. ,Has just the right) hang "
Owing of Trade Day so well as he did after leaving Its objects. Of' particular to give a .
to the Clearness interest is perfect shave and.. I
.
h . . . 91 72 A
, Sunday. and the fatt that, many of our citizens it; that the thermometer in Guthrie, the consideration the congress'will give= Inequality steel in the blades
U ,,,. Monday" ..:1: 94 72 .13H were engaged In ma ing arrangements I' Okla:, stood at'from '107 to 112'iA the at this session to reclamation by:.drain- a .Is ri.,.,.treat in> both regular ; -

J Tuesday... .. .. 99 70 . for that event, the Board of Trade did shade and that crops were absolutely aBl and pocket styles,with
Wednesday., '96 73 . not meet on Monday night. I burned up. He and Mrs. Paxton will This year its sessions are held simul. 12 blades, Price .. 3.5O,
: return here in August.' taneously with the r'--
United ,
:( States Land
Thursday . :, 0&/ 73 . Capt. R. G, Canova and family are 1 and Irrigation Exposition and the International y
home again after an absence of two i Capt. Moses Folsom who has been Live Stock Show. These three \ Enders Safety Razor ?
weeks. durings which time Mrs.'Cano editing the St. Cloud Tribune for the big events offer unusual opportunities + Similar In shape to the Keen
va and' the children visited with relatives -: past two months, was a visitor to Kis-' for communities make known their Kutter. but not..silver plated.: ,
f; at Green\ Cove Springs, while the i simmee on Trade Day and paid the advantages to hundreds of thousands of s -- Seven blades.. Many in use by' t
Captain traveled through the West i Valley Gazette a mosCpl' #sant call. prospective farmers and settlers ? KEEN KUTTEH: men,who were: not suited| With ,
The Captain's home is in ashington) That interested states might make a $5.00ra& We believe, it'is the best for the money. Price $..00
LOCAL fIELD.J Col. B. M. Oliver and wife of Lafayette I D. C., and he stated thit life in Florida the most of these -
f c l JTIff the last week this of the far opportunities, the 'fl
Ala, reached city beautitul\ during season year was suggestion was made that their gov.i.nor. *" EXTRA BLADES '.
and are stopping at >their preferable to that in the National CapItol appoint advisory committee. It is
$ home on Fleming's Island, which he even though it t t eA1M1Nti 1hK % % and his brother, County Surveyor Oliver ' city on the continent.' will be appointed by the of ,sharpening. We sell ''blades. for Gillette. ,Keen- Kutter and Enders

.. For Sale-Two thoroughbred Indian ;purchased several months ago., Mr. John Kneubuehler" of ,Water- Idaho, Kansas Montana, North governors Dakota .Razors. If you want to. economize we, have. stropping machines. -for
.. drakes. S. J. ( Minnesota all! blades, making them like new. /;- *;
Runner Triplett. and other stales .
:
Mr, Hiram Moody 'was In the city town Wis., was among the number of J"I
For Rent.-Old State Bank building. Tuesday from his orange grove and homeseekers who came to this section ,
":; Apply to E. G. Vans Agnew. 23-tf ranch in the southern part of the coun last week and he, as is the case with Card. of Thanks. CASH HARDWARE .STORE'CITi7ENs ''
ty. lIe says. there will be a bumpercrop all who-come here, was so favorably .
..' Mr. Ira Ba'lI8 and son Leon left Monday of fruit this season, and that cattle'never impressed with conditions generallythat We desire ,to express our heartfelt ; BANK BLDIO }KISSIMMEE;' FLA.fottftm .,

for a few weeks stay at Asheville were in better condition or he purchased a section of land on thanks to the good people of this city .
'i I N. C. sold at higher prices. Kissimmee prairie which he will put who so kindly ministered to 'StMswanta tlggfit it or.-but. the kill;
,: into shape for planting a citrus grove during the- sickness -and death CK our ...
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Ham- Mr. J. W. Miller is now.the owner of when he returns here in the fall. He beloved daughter Tabitha and wp

mack on Thursday, July 13th a daughter. one of the handsomest automobiles in left for his home on Wednesday.Mr. have given us that full sympathy in out ,"
\ the city, having purchased it this week sorrows. _

;jIJ. from W. B. Makinson. One by one J. Fred Lawrence of "Birming MR. AND MRS J. R. SMITH. ...
: Mr. W. L. ReWis is on a brief visitto our old-timers are discarding the one- ham, Ala., ,reached Kissimmee Tuesday Coin ftt_ r'lptionB. ..
I his father, near Savannah, Ga., this horse shay for the more modern meansof night and spent .Wednesday mingling Obliterated HAPPINESS. ,
week. conveyance-the chugg buggy. with Trade Day visitors and studying Distinguishing Marks, Inscription MI coins can **
conditions as to climate and soil. Be- Willie. How do you manage to tell often be deciphered by placing, the Before we bring luppinaeto t

Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Griffin and chil- Never before in Kissimrnee's histoty fore leaving{ yesterday he expressed those twin sisters apart Cecil coin on a hot Iron for a few minutes. other we mint behaPpYaa.elvee, :
I dren----vnr at Coronado TJeacIf"f'&r amonth. has sncB a crowd been seen on outstreets himself as highly pleased with our city When you kiss one of them she nor will happiness abide within us

}f" as were here Wednesday the and and that he more than likely would threatens to tell her ma, while the other The Language .f Love. unless we confer it on others.-*- I {
occurred to
mar pleasure
not
a thing make Kissimmee his permanent home, '
'yl. Mrs. E S. Beeland left this week for of the day. But that is the.way all moving here this fall. when kissed says she will 1 tell.pa. "'II.. be proposed yet?" Maeterlinck. . '
J a two months' visit with' her parents at celebrations are held in this city of ;ot in so many words."

,.' Clinton. t>. C. / l health and happiness.. About the meanest man in a town lethe Going Too Par. "That's no answer. Proposals never 't
r: f man who habitually sends moneyto 'Baldheaded Man (In the witness. do come in words. Tbey consist of Penury.
' Mrs. B. Dick rson returned last night Mr. W. J. S. Carr, who with his family a wail order house for goods that he box-The violent disorder was so terrible sighs, 'hem haws and gurgles. The Writer's. Child-Pa what topesoryT -,

from a two months' visit. to friends at is occupying his cottage at Coronado can !boy from his home merchant at a that It made my hair stand on Cleveland Leader'Hi. 'The Writer-penury' .; my MIlo.Is;

( r ,.k Talladega Ala. Beach for the summer came over to mjucn better advantage and is about the end. Judge (.verely-Be good enough the wages of the pen. ..
witness Trad Dav. and returned last ,
the dead. ,
first to kick about town being --
Mra. Ira Bass and son Howard left He a splendidtime to remember tbaU9uare on oath! Wife's ef ; -
having Course.Mabel
night. reports He forgets that he is to blame! more Mother Impossible." 4
for with friends at ------- ---
,, Jacksonville.Monday a short visit' \ and says Mrs. Carr and the chil- than anyone else and that he ur the Grumblers -If your grandma has lost all Hewitt-Lend'me your ears.Jewett ? .

dren are enjoying the best of health. bps fitted to officiate at the funeral. People who grumble in cloudy weather hr teeth how does aha eaU Willis -I cant; ,I've lost'.my bead.n: I

t! I Mrs. J. L. Moon returned Saturday Tabitha Smith, the little twoandahalf Live men with local pride and patriotIsm usually wear veils when the sun I heard' pa say she had sa biting: New York press. ,; ";' _, f
! from a pleasant visit with friends and mean a live town. Be a booster.- .
and MrsJ. .
year old daughter of Mr. shines tongue.-Boston Transcript. ". "
relatives in Georgia. R. Smith died on "Friday night of Gainesville Sun. WANTEIV-To 'buy'' imall. Improved "a

t'li' Mrs. II. C. Stanford and children are last week and her remains were laid to Mr. Geo. Kellar une of the owners Couldn't Tell. Education begins (he gentleman: but farm, near Kissimmee <
1 at Green Springs, on the west coast, rest in Rosehill cemetery on Sunday and editors of the OrlandoReporterStar "How will you like your omelet reading good company and reflection formation as to climate I crops;, and ; }' '

for a stay of two weeks. Rev. W. II. Funk of the Methodist, attended Trade Day celebration sir?"' "I don't know till I've eaten most finish Mm.-Locks. cost, and how remunerative brown price"
;' church performing? the last sad rites. m this city on Wednesday, and duringthe It."-New York and term. Address, Warren ,

" Mrs. Bunyan Stephens is home again Mr. S. S. Griffin of this place and Dr. day paid the Valley Gazette a fra- Telegram. I' ,R. D,'-No.. 5, Sterling,, IIU,_, 29-tt-pd'

I,; after several weeks pleasantly spent Sims of Ocoee will leave) tomorrow for ternal call. We .had the pleasure some ,, .. n --._n
'k! with her parents in Kentucky. seventeen years ago of meeting;George \
the virtue of
Ark.
Hot to
Springs, try
and he \is the same genial, openhearted -
A. The crowd here on Trade Day was the baths. They will stop en route at chivalrous man today that he was
Ir only a bagatelle a* to what it will be at Monteagle Tenn, and spend a few days then. Orlando -extremely fortunatein \ .

;/ i the mid-winter fair to be in this city in with Mrs. Griffin, who is there with having; such a man as a citizen, for JV, w".

) t (jFebruary next.Kissimmee Mrs. Vick) also. of this place. -OrlandoKeporterStar. with his vim.. energy and ability can 't

',.'' '.. and Lakeland ball teams and will do more to make that city

Ir-1)). ( are contesting for Supremacy on the The Booster Club of St. Cloud, headed prosperous and progressivethan a hun-
local diamond this afternoon' by Chief Booster Sterrett, were tak- dred average inhabitants. Kissimmee Park'Fourteen

ing in the sights on Trade Day and City Marshal Green Smith. of Sanford : .
, Rev. S. W. Lawler, presiding elder otherwise picking up pointers as to '
' down Wednesday to root .
.." of the Bar tow. district, wa..mong the how and what made Kissimmee famous, his, came : '., c.
home ball team the with
t. visitors to our.,city on Trade Day.L the most progressive city in Florida. for in game .. .
: as our boys. Green at one time lived in . .,. .:,"' "
; and remarked that there '., ,<_,a. ...t .k'
Don'tyouknow'thisisthefeyerseason.Fleteher'e Quite a number of local fans,went up Kissimmee to" "' .' I. ".
a."',. Tonic is guaranteed to pre. to Orlando yesterday afternoon to wit. were so many changes here since his I. ., ,. .., I j ", '. ,,..,) ,'", '''.'' I.,'
i f." vent oreure. KIssImineeDrugCo.22-13t ness the ball game between Sanfordand day: that it 'was necessary to have! a '- Month O't1! ;,:. ii, ." \
: find his around the :' 1 <{ : '; : ": '
t that city and report a splendid exhibition guide to way city. : r' :Ii'-; ';: s ; : P//
,#;r Mr. C. D. Carroll returned Saturday of ball playing twelve innings\ He had heard, he said that this city .. .. : .
If ',>, from a weeks visit to relatives in being played and resulting in a tie was growing at an exceedingly rapid: - ...
't .' Georgia and reports a most pleasant game of 2 to 2. rate, but he did not expect to find his '" .
time. old home town in the list of the Impor- ..I
t,> The reduction sale now going on at tant inland cities of the state. ,
i Deputy Clerk Jas M. Johnston hail the mammoth store of C. W. Dann is "
', on exhibit Trade Day a colt which at attracting the greatest attention and Mrs. May, L. Penncjl wife of JohnS. '10'J
two months old tips the beam at 325 the store is crowded with buyers from Pennell, was' buried last Tuesday 1 I

(e pounds the opening to the closing hour, all anx- morning Rev. Snyder, her pastor, offi :: '
ious to secure some of those dependable ciating. Years ago Mr. and Mrs. Pen .
%- Councilman J. C. Moore returned to goods at prices far below those charged nell came from their Philadelphia horn C 1'1...
the city Tuesday night, after three and located Florida. She ,
a by any house in the great cities. in was a .
weeks pleasantly spent at his old homeat member of the Friends' Society, but :

Live Oak. The Valley: Gazette was presented after coming here, united with the ,

this week with two specimens of rock Presbyterian church. She lived a 215 Acres cleared for ; L.
the
J' Mien Dolly Alford, who has been '
below ,
from feet the
..,.- that came eighty sweet, fine Christian life and now at ,
guesLof her .i.ter. Mrs. Robert Smith, t
about ,
surface of the
t' ground twenty the good ripe age of nearly 67 years
t at Alachua for the past two months re miles south of this city. The forma- was called home by her Saviour. It I.a is Grove good i
turned last night. -a percentage f
t tion of this rock is most peculiar and great gain to any community to havein ,
.
.... Messrs. A. B. Bell E. A. Niemeyer clearly demonstrates that at one time it such consecrated Christians. '
and N. C. Bryan left yesterday for this state was wholly under water. I of this already has "
Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Biefeld and children ::
Daytona to attend a District meeting The Special Magazine Edition of the few .
iii of Watertown Wis., spent a '
of the
'!! Knights of Pythias. '. Kissimmee Valley Gazette will doubt- days in our city the forepart of the I the &,
Mr. E. A. Gilbert and daughters less prove a splendid advertisement for week leaving on Tuesday for home. .. trees set, out. }. :

i i\ i Misses Maude and Violet returned from Kissimmee and Osceola county. Such Mr. Biefeld purchased a tract of tracton -

:, '" Plant City on Tuesday. where they an edition reflects credit I upon the publishers the Kissimmee prairie over a year -
x'' have been visiting; relatives:. whose enterprise IS recognizedby ago without ever having been in the < rya
an appreciative public.-Jfalatka state, and decided to come down and! .
't Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Armistead of Times-Herald. see i if be had made a good hit. Both 180 Acres broken and -i. ;

! r Lakeland, former residents of Kissimt Editor W.: B. Harris and family returned he and Mrs. Biefeld were more than I .j .w .,
, I mee, arrived in the city this morning Tuesday night from a ten days' pleased with their purchase and stated 't *' on a visit to old friends. stay at Pass-a-Grille. It was the intention that conditions here were far superiorto prepared for vegetables.
/
of Editor Harris and family to those obtaining in the West. They -. a
Mrs. M. Tiller and two little daughters remain at that famous resort for several will more than likely return here in the I 'r; .____ t't }
who -
Mary and Catherine have
::
late fall to remain permanently.Kissimmee' '
been spending a week's outing at Pass- ) weeks, but the desire to see -and '.

', ?A. a-Grille are expected home today. take part in Trade Day exercises was town council has takena Post Office established. \I":
that the
so great "they"just got on step forward, and while it was not .
i Lost.-A pocketbook train and came home. unanimous doubt
+ leather no the councilmen all A ,
currency and papers; soft green Harris of the Kissimmee wished to prohibit the roaming of cat ', : -4.I '
Editor W. B.
cover. Liberal . '
p reward offered. P. A. tle upon. the streets but were voting -- :. ,
Gazette and family are enjoying "
"Vans! Afrnew. 25tfATTENTION with .
their constituents.
Strangely
'". a sojourn in a cottage at Pass-a-Grille. "
enough it that there are .
' S < The editor has developed into a very appears a ,
great people in that attractiveand IS
many
successful fisherman and (is having a ,
,
progressive little city who believe '
much deserved rest after his exacting
labors in producing handsome illustrated that it is the right thing to allow their \" '

editions of his _popular and widely cows and hogs to wander about and .. t
circulated paper.Tampa Tribune.Mr. destroy the gardens and lawns of their "
neighbors. The ordinance has been .
G. R. Fiedler Hunter Land Go's passed, however and the cow and pigs is
' to this representative at Chicago arrived in must be kept within bounds.-TimesUnion. .,.

the city'last week with a large number ,. "'>- \
BIG BARGAIN of Westerners seeking; a location in ,
Florida and! succeeded selling each A ale of considerable importance -

'Am over supplied and will sacrifice one of them a tract of land on the Kis was consummated this week Mr. E. L. -,

at a bargain for cash or simmee pfaine. Mr. Fiedler returnedto Lesley buying thirty-six: : acres of land Kissimmee Land : : -
a b will make trade for land, Chicago on Wednesday, but will be from Mr. J, W. Miller; that adjoins the Valley Company t

horses, or cattle for the following: here again the first week in August.C. city imits on the north. This tract includes ,
< { 2' Brand New 4-eyI. Reot A. Cole' will take six weeks or'two Miller orange /grove than which there r
months' vacation. Leaving Tampa Is no finer In the state, and the purchase -> f
1 2-cyL Reo July' 14th for Galveston .Texas, via. price is. aaid to have ran high into J... '. , J. E. MATTOCKS: Manager ..:' .. .
'
1 l;- yl. Reo Key West on "steamer Sabine arrivingat the thousands. It understood to be : '.'j' '
Galveston will .
visit
July 19th several Mr. Lesley's intention to build a : ,
magmficent '
-! .,.r... l' places in Texas and Oklahoma; suburban hom.'on. this tract at -. ,; '

Come first and make choice from there to Wintersst, la. After' no distant date; which be and his family .' KISSIMMEE" -. FLORIDA .' I I
your ? .
: spending about thirty; days there, and will during the and '
occupy summer possibly : ., .
--- ---, .", -+-' -- before returning Florida,. will visit! .sll the-fime. -That-section Is fast .. >;-- ; J .:. _ __ : _L_ :' :: _:, __: '. < i -- r'f.
: the Eastern markets i building up with modern residences, ., : t y
k W. B., MAklNSON CO. goods for the, throe stores, located at and in a short time will be one of the e .f V s a

m '. ' I : Winterset, la., Kissimmee and Lake_ ,! most popular resident..ectfope around' F
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.(' ;- Notice of publication.U'thaOnralt : 'Osceola Title' It's I \ fierce toBea. : (t' Girl. : ( f .WRECtORY I

: oortot tb.&n.Dlb Judicial .
jfftheMfrffJ
Circuit In and lor Oaoaola County, stat of ut IX-I.-JITT_. 11. .' I'' I.I.C"U . ] ;
Florida la Chanoarv. K. I.amoflL'S notnplalnaatTa .0..A1'TI8T
r,O.Thorn peon.;Krnaat VAI.; ..:. Guarantee [ReciUd by Leonora .Van buzorat. 4th ..
c ::4 *Dd.r, Henry Whortoo. Arthur Fall., .All Comp ny ,-, of July Cel br.tlon.l ? _
, Stephens.
,
persons ckaimine ; aa Interest under John 1*. ; pastor. _
.Hill, dnoaasad: or otherwise. All persons .,, .J : Sunday- l' ::IT:I Y
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other than tbe above named partlea.Claimingan M ) ) eilienii* a iHri| i .

4 Inieres, defendanta'* In the property-in. tail bill dooribed - O. P.: 'OARRETT, Manager. )I Gosh' J its Fierce' to Be. a GIrliI Bible School 9.45a.: m. .' .' , _ _,,

Bill to Remo.eloud from TlUa. am just a littU. ,/ness' of only nine or Preaching a:'m.'and 7.15 p. m. ,
(
,j' To U All appearing Whom It from May tha Concern aworn:bUi of complaint flm&1.eL..... .. - ten; . BT.B.U.4&p.m.: '.i ) : ,_ _

.led In tnta oanaa that thereare persona Infer. Titles examined and reported. on 'Iotten think I'Ube a boy; If 1 Were Communion-2d Sunday) I.' V.______

-_ _ other exited In than the :r.oOto:;: dafendanw.In. thla and suit that, Taxes: paid fOr non-residents . born again; l r Monday-(after 3rd Sunday)., ., ; V

the names of anch perenna ao Interested araunknown Instruments relating. real eitat, Because of all the games 1 know Woman' MI... Union-Devo. 8 p. m. ;
aid tbat'relief M : :
to the complainant -drawnCorrespondence _
I',. prayed In said bill ol complaint'..ateD''Ob. .carefully' ; . I like the boy 'the best; Wednesday(aftor 1st Sunday).;, I

unknown Is therefore" defendants ordered: that' all peraona iIt claIm Solicited, And I, can play them, every! _one...aa well! Worn. Miss.- Union. -Social.I 8 to 5pm.Thursday :
- - -
lot an interest In ado thsroltowtnldescrib.dVoPeN7 a* all the rest. -'- > :
,situate in County of Oaoeola, State of _
; to-wlt; l But'every.time I do such thing Prayer rneetlng7:00'p. m.
Lou flre (M. six:: (A). seven ((7) and nine (11) _
Visitor
_ _ rM the" Florida .rlup1taralfconipanyMi iv..c! BASS I hear a stern voice say always welcome,
k division of amhou tMrty-two(3:$>> townahln "Nice little\ girls don't do those things. -
IwentT flTeaat Cto) otComplaint ol range thirty-one* (HJppear ."
doa to Oomplalnant'i bill n Wholesale andRetail 'Come on 'here right away. ,PRESBYTERIAN. 'V 1i and '
p herein'flIM. on or i""efor' ', the"Rula 1' EAI/TH[ peace
inside and I
Then sad '.at heart I C >
day ot August '1111. "'W"ju.e 7th day of Aug. Dealer ir. come S. S. Snyder pastor J j join hands to bring ", I IJ 4
1>8l. el/Ml 'b. said taken. aa- cou. V' steal upstairs to cry, S _/ (
.....ed. _. It. Sunday Scbool 9.45 a. ml;-A. S.: .,, ha1ness.tob&! !
that thU order be pubtlMbedonoeaweolt Apd when I hear the boys outside I -- "
It la fortboror4qad .
:j \ fa*twelve' (Ifloonseouttra'week Fresh 'Beef Pork and sit there and sign. Nelson superintendent.Church farmer while prosperii1ilneijht1y 'roun :
just
In the Klulmmee V..I"" OsetLe a Service 11 a. m, and 7.80 I his poultry quarters when fenced with '
p.m.
n.w,papnr published In said Oeoeolm Countyand Gosh its fierce to be a girl t tI ,
ot general nlrrulation Iq alj ootmlT. Christian Endeavor 6.80 p. m. .
Witness.I Minor M. Jones. Judpoof aaldCir MuttonPHONE wish I were a boy like Tom or Dick .
cuit Count and my name.clerk thereof. anIberpfllolal < Prayer and Bible study Thursday 7.80p.
Perfect"
t Earl. -t ;
or
peal 10' Bald coo r'-tbl. 2Mb day' of m. ."Pittsburgh "
'. Aprq' A. D. 19l1. Girls ain'tno food-( they.just sit down
1 Arthur E Donegin.fBBAL 44.BERBER. Visitors mostjcordially invited to allservices.
t ] Cl rk of Circuit Court.la.l.it and act about half dead; '
lly Klt.....otb Johnston,J) CO. .. - I born 1 and Garden Fence yo
L If I'd been 'round when was I'4 Poultry
F, Krtbbi. Bolloltor for.Complainant.Notice -
been a boy inate .d.I .
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'T of AdrViinistrator. always hate just like sin to have to METHODIST. .. In quality of material, method of construction, dura-

In Court of the County Judge.Slate of Florida: neth&U.ButIe wear girls' clothes; Wm. H. Funk Ph. D., pastor. bility With real service as well as hi distinctive appearance,

In re Entitle of Catherine\ :\. Hturtevant l>e- I can't get on Jack's trapeze'and hang Sunday School 9:45: a, m.-Prof. R. Pittsburgh Perfect" Fence stands gre-eminently first

*. t ceased Noting I Onaeola* hereby County(Iran,, to all whom may off by my toes; M. Evans, superintendent '

& 4 concern D.' 1(11.1 shall that on apply the to INth the day Honorable of pucember Ueo. A.]0'. I can't be a cowboy neither. roamingo'er Preaching. services. 11 a, m.. and 7:30 . Electrically Weldedat "

Parker.. Judge of ...Id Court, aa Judge of Probate SHOP the plains, p. m. '
: \ for final dtM-harge an AdmlntHtrator the joints these the fence's strongest "One solid '
: my are parts. I '
'Jack
Cadse skirts and said too 1.30
of tb. KstaMol Catherine A. 8lurtoTint.de. wear Boys League p.m.
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ceased and that at the same time| wlil 1 premml cowboys all have brains; Junior League 2 m. piece of metal" aptly phrases it. Through the hardest usage '
my final aooounti .. Administrator of Mid Cold Drinks & p. Perfect: erect firm.f
Pittsburgh Fence stands and .
Cigars ; -
estate. and akk for their proral.' Whenever they are Indians, though, $enior League Wed. 7:30 p., m. even ;

Dated June 9, A. D. IU..lk B. C.u'\ON. I they always let me play; Gen. 'prayer service Thurs. 7:30: m. 0Hoardo WIN, ......r.- ,,wa formula sad p.,cdly ........ ,
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I Admlnlmnitor. Fla p. ..... with p.aimu (t.b.eel, ....>l.inB mmml .._lut.l'I.). .,
t4-once a m-dm._ 1 __ ___ .___ Kissimmee I always am the one they scalp and Holy .communion ever 1st Sunday.You I.the.u.s.se. teahest .nJ =\'lul'na fear.wire po..ibU lo manv. k4
,
-: actiin sad Is seed sacivelvely PITTSBURGH PERFECT1 Fa-,
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chase around all day; are cordially Invited to each of

-, Citation of Administration. __ _ __ Sometimes they build a bonfire too these services. For FIELD FARM RANCH LAWN I''

:. -' In Court of tbe County Judge.. Htate of Florida, u and tie hue to a tree, POULTRY lURPOSES'Phttaburgh
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Estate of l-ihadrirk M handler Osoools

,, County-I3v'IW.o Judge said CourtWbeross. THOMPSONFUNERAL And then they start and yell like mad CHRISTIAN.S. Perfect' Fence perfectly meets the most exacting ,
W. Cbamllxr has applied to J. W. .
Ibis Court for lA-ttvrs of AflmlnfHlrstloli on the till ma will set me free. J. Vance, pastor. requirement*. .
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,, .. or eatate said of(Countr Hhsdrick ol Okceola.These M. Chandler. deoeased late Gosh its! fierce to be agirl. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:45: p. m. For Sale By .

:'. ; : :: are. therefore: to cite and admonNh all A being all dressed up and having. hair Bible School 445 a. m.-C. E. Yowell
and sloKular the kindred and ciredtturs of and
DIRECTORand '
; "" ", dmiBsmxl lo be and appear before ihls Court on to curl; superintendent; J. H. Harris, assistant :=.: W. B. Makinson Company

'. 'tor before the 17th day of Jnly.A.D.IIII\) If I'd seen Doctor Brown that day 'superintendent .
Die objection.If any they have, to the |grant- '
t Injf ol ettcra of AdnriDlfttratlon" on said OHUIU*. when he sneaked in with me, Christian Endeavor every Sunday Kitiimmee Fla.
otherwise the srne will be granted to said LICENSEp EMBALMER' J
.p Willis W. Chandu or to some other fit persoft You bet I'd made that old fool jump evening at 4.30 p. m. Iv
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, or peraona. for playing tricks on me. Prayer meeting and choir practice every -
Witoeas mj name aa County Jiuliro \he Courthouse
# (Opposite
County aforesaid this the Vlh day of June A. When I get a great big girl things. will Thursday at 7.30 p. m.EPISCOPAl. t___

..g p 0.1111I|8cef 11.)) GEO. F PARKEIl. seem'about the same; - "
_ _ Conntr Judge.! KISSIMMEE FLORIDA I r
There really won't be such a change- .

:*. V will bo the old .. 'fM. RIVERS M. D. '
it
Notice of Application for Leave to -- --- - just same game, The Home Bakery Man '
The boys, of cours, will have their fun, Hev. David D. Kidd re<:.tot. PHYSICIAN and SURGEON i

_ _, : : Sell Minor's Land. R. S. RAINSTAILOR I I their life will b.._one long cinch Services every second and fourth Sun-
Takes this to thank
Nolle. la hereby given thM on the 1I4t''"'day of But iris must tread narrow path and day at lltOO: a. m. opportunity Ollloe over (Nceola I Pharmacy
a
.1..1.1\111\ ,'I wly apply... Honorable (j""or ,. F SHOP .,of 2nd the good people of this city for I It..ld..n.'e 1 53 ,
at
rarker. County Jndge an > for Onowla Oounty never swerve a nch. Communion Sunday morning I HQSI'S: : .
Blateof? Florida al.hi. ofBoe In K.iiwuimmreCity I cut and make clothes to a man's services. their liberal patronage and 'Awuld i UUce! HI! '1

in said County, for an order authorizing measure. 1 do the best steam cleaning Each lad it seems may syndicate a also take this means to say that _'_ ,
me. aa guardian. Helen Jonea, a minor and Guild meeting every first Tuesday. .
hundred '
girls or more,
? an hair at law of the Dentate ;of O K. JoneH. : in town. I dye any color. I do our limited facilities for making
deoeaaed to aall said minor's Internal at private kind of repairing. I clean Hats.I But we, poor things, are lucky if we --- - - - --
will for awhile
he. any goods prevent ( ) our
,Isle to and to the following\ real probertT
"" longing to said eatate to wit: I"" 4 and B of I have two of the best Tailor. in the only have a beau. WHAT IT COSTSTo general delivery to all parts of the WINNPHYSICIAN '
block Koblnnon addition to the town W-.L.
v. \ one Wot Sometimes at I them I -
orKiasimm.stity, mI.aLeof Florida, aald prop. South. My place of business is in rear night see as city. Quality and variety will be _

4 ertr belonging to tb. .estate of the mid O. BJoneadeouaaed. of J. 11. Redditt's Jewelry Store. come home from my play..
to be sold for the belt luteraulof maintained always. Our nice and SURGEON
I a: aaid :minor bolt I I Their evening does not start till 12,. Live in Kissimmee and Wa es

i Thl.,lb. V'tdy'" of Jnoe, lull PHONE NO. 210 that's why 1 sigh and say Paid. HOT ROLLS and BISCUITS .
LEON HKBB.Ouardlan.. Usually .
BBSIDB PHOOrrtcm 8 Kiaseacax.
CALL ME AND I WII COME FOR "Gosh its fierce to be a girl I" Also BREAD .
HOT
PUOMI p7. r ,
VF FIOmDA..d.
The following table of prices is as
VT - -- YOUR CLOTHES. If I could be a boy you bet, I'd make '
near accurate as it is possible to obtain,
F Citation of Administration.In - things whirl; and is published for the information of will be ready mornings and after-

Court of the County Judge. H aU of Florida.Oeeeola No "down-y-couch" for little me, i'ddo those contemplating moving to this city: noons, and a nice variety of PIES F.G. THOMASON. '

_nt". Estate of Lola Wood daeaaaad. the thing up right; Flour . ....2., to $e'r 0 par bbl and CAKE-Parties and Weddinga of
-by the Judve of said Court S. II. BULLOCK Smoked. Kaoon ?-> to :X t() cent per Ib
Wbereaa.. J W. Thompson baa applied to- thla I wonder how I'd feel next day if I'd Itry l Salt Hncon II to .Id,; cents per Ib specialty. V PHYSICIAN and SURGEON .'
Court far kettan ef Admlnletratlon on the estate tWna lit\ la 71$ eenta per Ib
_ -1k, of Lola Mood .danaaaad.ilate, of said County of stayed up all'night.. i.imafteana 7 to scents per IbKirt E.
OaeeolatTheae ") A to H Cents per Ib A. SMITH.
are. Therefore.To cite and admonlah' REAL ESTATE ; -- - Sweet Potatoea 60 to 7¢s per bushel Office PInes .74 and 3. Hesidonce)26 .
'and aingnlar the kindred and creditor of said Irish Potatoes II I to per bushel
a eea i to be and apbef_tide Court on orbefore mm...m,mmmmmmm.,%" ..* r.man Fish. .... .. .. . .. .. ... ..(1,20..ft to 1c:! per Ib OARUINQTON AVENUE :-=, .
-1. the*th day. of July A. D. 1U1. and Ale CALOMEL GIVES ONLYTEMPORARY Salt Mackerel ....... .... ..9 to 10 per Ib : ; "-:
i objection. if an* their. have..to the framing of INSURANCEExamination Grits! ...... .... ........... .A.. ...... .--'V.o perlbMeal bJ.. W. SIMPSON
'ST Lettara of Administration on said _tate. other.wlee .. ..... .,. .... ... 1..:. ..,...;.Hwiperlb : ::
the aama will\ be granted to said J. '*W .. RELIEF Fresh Baef. ... ...'...... il-'rt( 1 U ....Jl\aperlb 1. .,' .. .
k Thempaon or to seine Other fit person or ........... of Titles Fresh Pork ......,..,.,,.,,I.1.12li101I\aperlb, DON'T READ THIS! DKNTIST: ,
:.. I' WHnaaa my...... .. County Judge of theCounty aSpeciaIty.u' -' Huirar ..... .........i;..,*.i.l. pounds for tl 00 C .' 4 .
aforesaid thlat.b.80th day. ofj Dna.A.. D. .* Dried Prunes,_ ........ ......V.;.......:....8 to lOc per Ib 'I 'like I defy com I Upstairs'ln Katz Building*.
So Powerful It Shock ti: Liver and Leatei Dried Peaches ... ......%,....10 to U'voperlb opposition.
SEAL CEO. F/PARKER. Dried Apples,: : : s 1C to l* .c par i Ib petition. Under no condition will rnnrir-w.. TTiSnuc-. ( 9 .... m. to 12 in.
r... t <* County JU\I. It Weaker Than Before. bodionis Pure Lard ,? 18 to2"e per Ib I budge from my position. If you J f i30toR:30p.: m. ..

!! CorresDondence Solicited. Liver-Tone a Perfect Substitute. (ompound Creamery Lard' 12 to tile He per per Ib Ibfheese ,want a house that is stout and Telephone, No. "6 Jun o, hr. I

Black-Kyed. Peas He Ib waterproof and damp proof see
Application for Final Discharge. per .
: - 4 Onion. Ac per' Ib.: tO"per bushel B. Dickerson. It will pay ycu for

.In Court of the County Judge! dtate of Florid. Nearly everybody who has ever tried < olTee iVto Uc; per Ib he will save you money if you get I)R. W. W.-CAJiSON
rxv to flOe Ib
Oaeeola County In re ttatato of Time Baaa Teas per
calomel for Kerosene 13e: irallonr his prices before letting contract.
.....d. constipation or a sluggish per DENTIST
Notiee le herebx' giveno all whom It may eon-' .frirs 1.Se to 40c par dozen H..behandles Llm. Lath. King Wlnd-
-I:h
'
earn that on tbe 10th day:: of: January. A. I). 1UI2. Time to plan your liver has found that it gives only a hieken Friers ... .lILa to 4llo'' each aor FUntor. Cement. Plaster Hair. Fin
1 shall apply to the Horarable Ooo- K Parker.Jodge temporary relief. For calumel 13 such &hickena arrow fifte to 80c each Brick. Common Brick and other thiniza too Office over Cole's Jewelry Store
of Kid Court. .. Judge of Probate for a SUMMER VACATIONON Corn. shelled VOe per bushel numerous to mention.
V final diaaharge aa.a lnl.t.._of the eitate of a powerful drug that it shocks and Data . ."l"c per bushel Office Hours: 8-15, 1-5
that the time I THE Oranges in season $1 60 to $i (10) per box B. DICKERSON
Time Baaa. deceased: and at same BEACH Office phone 158
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I will preeent my final aceounta aa administrator ofpaid weakens the liver am' makes it less Carpenters .. .. .. .II CO to f'l.&o "
Contractor and Builder
J BlacksmUhs II..K:: to i:i KU Residence 23:
estate, and .II for their approvaL Write to able afterward to do its duty than in j
Dated July 7th A. n. 1911.I Clearing Land-(trubhinuHlll.OO to r 6.m> per acre
8CAa BASS. Sr. Admlnlatrator.tSlvuvftawa . the first place. Mearinv I.nd-sturnpinar V. >."0 to *2 ._ .
-- -1 ..
c Man and Team 1'.lIlIlo 1.1 OO - - -- --
MRS. A. S. LENINGTON This is one of the reasons why Kis- Horses and Mules H.'W to *3.0OI'artlea E. DERBYSHIRE, M. D., '

Co. would rather sell ( hlrinn to feed same) .
simmee Drug Griffin
Wagons t'VtOOandflow. up C. W.
Notice of Administrator. 'Daytona Beach Fla. Dodson's Liver-Tone to you than cal- 1-1 (0 to*12.0O
Hsrrows ...$S.)0 to$12.00
la Court of Judgs,81ateol Florida In Special attention given to the
County
omel. We know that Dodson'a Liver. Teachers (46 to(".5 a month '
re Batata of Stella Q. Wright Deceased, Oeoe.ola Wood per cord 1.T6 to X.O treatment of Women and
,, County. For terms of rooms Tone is a pure vegetable liver tonic Children.
Notiee la hereby given to all whom it Groceries
: may
.., ,. Concern. tbal08.1b. 4th d-y..f January. 0\.15. and board that will cure constipation quickly and Hi. Touchy Way. FAMILY
J.\\:1: ahall; present' my annual accounts.. Ad- REASONABLESILVERBEACH, gently without any danger of bad after- Office over Citizens Bank.
"He's 24-3mospd
t ?> fnlnisirator of the estate of I. Wright, awfully touchy, Isn't her'
?: ,.I deoeaaed, to the Honorable Uro"j. Parker effects. We guarantee it to do this "I should say be was. A man who -AND-
- Judxe' of aald Court .. Judge of Probate, and ,
with a guarantee that is simple and had him defied him FRESH MEATS
I lAak for their approval.DatedJ..l71iA.D. a grudge against P. A. TAXI AONEW: w. .. CBAWrOU
," 1911. LODGEon fair. If you buy a bottle' Dodson's to'come out and fight aud he got so '

2MamH( rooa-pd A. E. DROUGHT.Administrator. Ocean Avenue Liver-Tone for yourself er your children mad at the fellow that he locked himself VANS AGNEW & CRAWFORDATTORNEYSATLAW

--eu; ,,. - Beach front, eastern and do not find that it is a per-. In Ma omce and stayed there two Delivery Every Day at Any Hour
exposure days."Cleveland Dealer. Patronage Solicited
plain .
l.
Cltatio'n of Administration. I fect'substitute for calomel, then come -
& ( North Kissimrhee Phone No. 8 Ofllcna: 8-4-,1\.fI CltliannKisaimmee hank Building ,9
back to the store and get .
\ IB Court of the Countj Judge. State of Florida your money.If The Temperature
Bata.ot Amelia Ballard: Deoeaaed by the ----------- -------- ------- -.. -- -- you don't get value for your money "Why do ;you watch the thermometer ,. . - . Florida
Jndga. of said <> mrt.I .. af
<
- J (L, Wbe.R. T. Butler baa applied (o thisCourt out of this tonic, it's your right to-ex on the wall so .closely H queriedthe '-- -- ---------- ,' 4,

_ _ _; \ )of for Amelia iwre Ballard of Admlaistrstlou deceased, late on of Ihe said estate FlORIDA REAL[ (STAff [fOR SAil pect your money back; and we will Invalid.'' Sprigg FlemingCLEANING 1. ... Moos ". D. OBIOBB:: f f itf
"Because untrained
:,. County of Omeola gladly give it to you. 29-It repUed the & GEIGER d4e
- Taesa are. therefore. To rite and adrnmMRhalland Beautiful winter home sites situatedin trarse "the doctor said if the tempera- MOON

______ a-i., 4S'.. aid deceased..11.to, lb.be kl'jdred and appear and orediiors before this 6.f the Lake Region oJ Florida. --.- ----- ture got any higher I was to give you \ <,1

Court on or before the Mb day of Auirust. A. I) Trucking and Farming Lands in largeor another dose of quinine," PRESSING I ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW.
jell and Die objections. If any liter here to th'l
ranting of Let...... of Adninlmratlon on said small tracta. KISSIMMEE PARK ."<. I Office State .Bank. Building .1 1i
,..' estate ntnvrwiae lbs name will .be granted to DYEING : Florid
Klssinpiee".
1 aald lC T Butler' or 10 aome other flt person or CITY PROPERTY A SPECIALTY An EnJoyabl. Ooeaslon."Was . } '
REPAIRINGLeave I I.___ ._
personsWltneaa your chafing dish party a lEO. :

I s KtenDly aforesaid my name thla.the. County sum day of Ju'lire July of A.the U. List your property with me for quick Items of Interest From Our Busy I ceasT" F. KRIBBS' .

% 1911. alt*. "Great We polled all the toot Q .
\ [ PalJ] Gfro: F. PARKER Neighbor Across the Lake. word at my house and clothe ,. ,
'.,, 2g.4t County Judge. early In the evening and then went U will be called lor and returned. ATTORNEYAT.LAWRoom

,.._- -- ---- H. M. Breaker & Co.Box We are having pleasant weathernow a regular reatauraDt.-JIIxellaoae. 12 - Second Floor )

and the crops are looking fine. Guarantiee ,, f .
Notice of Application for Tax Deed His Indiaoratlen. Satisfaction State Bank Building*
176 KISSIMMEE. FLA
Under Section 574 and 575 More buildings: Mr. Riggenis erecting Clara-Wha{ came between you' I -- -- --__ _ .____ J.._ ___ 4 i
j Statutes of the State --- - a building on his property which he I 1
General of Chloe-Oh, he showed so much Impatience "

Florida.' bought last spring, near the hotel site. with Fido.-Detroit Free Prose ROB RT G. JOHNSTONATTORNEY
f--M-
Y. I Mr. F. A. Krity came home last week : TILLER .
W.
'. . Kotloe la hereby 1 yiren' that W. W. Clark' par L-VdH} DDZOB .

_ .. '.'V,,,4a.fJnlyA.D.l9U9ha5flledeOktCertIflnat5,.chaaeraf Tai o.l'lf1l.oale No. :.a!: datfd th'e Mh after spending a few weeks in North ,The Kissimme LibrarY.
AT LAWKissiMEEE.
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'j. In my ofnoa and baa made application for Tax Carolina. offers I Real testate Agency. =
The Kissimmee Library to iU
: Deed to iaraa In accordance with law. Raid .
- 'J.r: Certificate .lObl''''' thai following describedproperty Misses Emily and Georgia Fairbanks subscriber a list of over four hundred

: '"' Co'wltt Th situated northeast In Osoeola quarter County of II..Florida north were in Kissimmee Friday. booths by the beat authorsany or all of FLORIDA;

,'1: ; '......quarter o* the northeast quarter( ,,_ Several launches left the Park Wednesday which you have the privilege of reading; Realty bought and sold. :_._
.. .,I; keLfr"........100 21.- 18 $ a.nC. lIP< Eel' fl.I loaded with all for, only $2. which secures a single Houses rented.
morning 4
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< .aid land being asjaeaacd'tt the date ot the 1_ people $5 for a family mem ,
or
\ ; of pcb 08nlll10 tha name of John Real Estate' Trade Kis membership. Taxes' and Titles \ ,
.aece MeUUTera,' Onleaaaald eertiOeste .....1I1Je re- intent on spending Day in bership. Capt. Trench the librarian, paid ver- W. HARWELL 7'

: .L daeaaed.according lo law, tax deed-will Issue simmee. will Issue you .a membership card for Ifled for nores1depts.I IL '
., ,. thereon on Uie llth day of A"gni., A. D. lull.V .1 the abo".'amoUbt. Library State F
'T Mr. of FlreJLLlfeand Accidentjn-"- REAL ESTATE.
;. II' 'WJto_'my band-and oflSolaJ/ aignatttrat at - '- .- .McCallister, Kissimmee -- .. 8tfOM : $

\o.: "< ;Klsalmmee, riorlda, thia,Ttb day of July A, O. here drilling a well for Mr. D. Wilson. Bank building._. ,_, ._ '. surance.. Public '
.. Notary
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,.., -ff; J '. .; :! ", 'ARTDtnt K. DONBOAN.cKrk Mr. J. E. Mattock brought over 4 Indemnity Bonds." w
I ,. Clr: .Bl.Court Oeoaola COUD&,. Fla.I newspaper for sale. at this office Office over ilqbersoa's PhsrtnaovKisaiMMKE
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,I IN EDUCATING THE J PUBLIC I J.

DS A. PRO ?H 3T: Klsslsa.... People Should Learn to '

Detect st &. Approach: of, ManMunlolpalltlea Are Showing the

orthtrcon of a prophet are Kidney,'Disease., ,Right Way, ef Z>eina 1hll'IIIt' -

I hot )required 'to predict,"that" -.1 '. : :

'farm'(lands in' Osceola county 'The 'symptomi 6{ kidney it 'trouble are',. I"The, Importance.) of ezbijdta of vunon. f' H.M. BREAKER '

y Will' never 'eOllt ''less. DeIrabla -. so unmistakable' thatthey leave no ''sorts in'' educating the public Is
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for Sick
goiemmentland ground doubt. kidneys ex. l
;'r cheap >! thick beginning to.be understood And many J
crete offensive
a cloudy, urine, .
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hasdecr .ased ao rapidly the, full of 'sediment, irregular passage, dtles and.towni nil,* arranged expo;'' .

past few arathat: improve?!' or attended by a sensation of scalding.The Itlons that emphasize' tberlKtt. and ."

,farming land'-In,this section back aches' constantly, headache. the wrong ways of doing things. New : : COMPANY R-

have felt the 'Jar "of.-aopply' and dizzy .spells may occur, and the via York recently beta ft midget exhibit ; "
< ;' tick often weighed down by feelingof that had' a, tremendous effect In edu-. 1 r
dw+w ts and demand and arerapidly languor and fatigue.. Neglect these the 'il "
eating people rcfcardlng\'the\ way
r.- 'Increasing in value Don't
and there is .
warnings danger dropsy, '
the millions! spent .by the city; are expended
delay. See ui today. Bright disease, or gravel. Anyone
-- of these symptoms warning'enough "
'Selt.'Homes"
Subjects covered by these ''VxhlbltsInclude
to begin treating the kidney at .once.
Delay often proves fatal. ,. houseflies, 'playgroundsfirst ,
Farm and Business. Site CombinedWe You can Use no better remedy than aid to ,the injured, the care.of infants, fIt . . ,

Doan'a Kidney Pills: Here'a. Kisstm- tuberculosis, ventilation' Industrial f
mee proof : safeguards, etc. These exhibits en-

have,278 acres of good land, well located, 2 mile. from good C.: .W. Campbell, Bryan and Billing- able the -people to see at a glance bow .
town and one mile and station ,public road. ham streets Kisaimmee; Fla.. says: .
a quarter frqm Ry. on they can Improve their conditions mentally .
Business house on corner of farm, and 6-room re.ld fencer atable., etc. "1 have used Dean's Kidney Pills and morally. and physically. Is'a' well-known fact that we:sell more

School house 100 yards from residence church less than a quarter of know from personal experience that homes than
firm in Kissimmee
a mile from house several good neighbors near by. Nice small bear. they are a remedy of merit, 1 got this The illustration shows a section of M any ; We

ing; grove on the land slid several:smaller trees. About 15.acres fine preparation from the Kissimmee Drug milk exbt lt. The placards were .all sold in the last month several nice rest-
trucking land ready for the plow and very fertile' land. Some commercial Co., and its use relieved me of; ':\a lame .

saw timber and some, cypress' telephone, telegraph/ and fence and aching back *and .o cheery tQma M dences-still have, others' which we are, N4
posts on the land. This splendid farm can be had for less than its of kidney complaint. I rec- r
value and on favorable terms of payment. Some Kansas people are < i ommend Doan Kidney Pills, for I consider offering at attractive prices and terms.
interested in this land is why it is the market. them worthy of praise. '
on
pl'f' hMIMJ Below f
; few r ,
area bargains which submit
For sale by all dealers. Price 60 eta. .we

We also have just across the road from this place a 10-acre tract Foster-Milburn Co.. Buffalo,'N. Y.;sole illfelii'BPOBTJOW' for consideration. -
your
excellent land about one-third of it in fine bearing orange grapefruit; agents for the United States. ., i

and tangerines: with some peaches. Lots.of good stables; sheds, etc. Remember the name. -Doan's-aud. ,
' Small house just across the road belonging: to 'this land can sell for take no other. _- f t'ir4 1No :

91600 on easy terms of payment. ', r rpY'et, 31 r m
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In 245-A, choice residence locatedon three of which J
Notice. 9 are plastered, two ceil ,
Orange Grove r Mabbette street, within three blocks ed; twd fire places two porches. Lot

J Sealed bids will be received at the of postofllce; house contains 6 rooms, 75xl47i, with twelve bearing/ orange

We have just across the road from railroad station,20 acres fine office of the Superintendent of Public plastered and hard oil finish, electric trees and shrubbery. This is a splendid ;
Instruction 15th Y'r lights modern plumbing, two porches, proposition and Can be had for, ;
land with 12 acres fine bearing grove consisting grapefruit oranges until the day of;July, .
good well, on corner lot 120x150: to sixteen $1,350 t.erni.-
and tangerines excellent crop now on the trees, very fine proposition! for the purchase of the tank and air ? foot alley. Ne.winetrt. sidewalk. on very favorable
and can be bought worth themoney. Full particulars to interested compress v< that has been in use by the '
Osceola Possession given in 30 days property No. 301-An attractive home In Pine- + .
School. The
High right is reserved "
parties. to reject and all bids. '+'r renting to excellent tenant for,$20 dale. This property is just outside of ,;
any y per month. Very literal terms are city limits, on f
W. C. BASS, Chairman.W. '
F rm and Grove: J. SEARS, Supt. 28-2t 'r I qrr olVered on this propo ltlon. Let us if two-story and oontatos.lgbtroorns,
'riM1/U'/ Zri'Nfiililhrl lf//r/d"l/ show you the property. all plastered and bard oil finish, two' nj
L
l i !/ "! / porches, floe well and '"JarjZ'e barn.

I 120 acres of good land with fine lake front, and two groves one of A want ad. in the Valley Gazette always No. 412-Fine vacant resident lot This' house Is located, .oa a .ft e-acre
about 9 acres and the other with about H acres, in bearing, excellent OP A MILK EXBIB1T 10Ol feet; located In' North Kb ilm- tractwith, beautiful viewed the city
land for farming! divided into two parts, can'be sold separately if de- brings results. mee on clay .street Lot has a beautiful and ..ke. Land is adapted to citrus ,s i
sired.! Owner lives in Kansas and says'sell. of a size In cherry frames. The In- growth of large forest trees on It.Lovely fruits and trucking. This property cad

\ scriptions were bond lettered lu a uulfotrm alto for a permanent or winter be had for $3liOOon: very favorable

Farm and Grove -- style with the important words home. Price $4
emphasized Along with the placards owner and let ,them deal direct.
;' No. 205-Pined ale home. This Is a
42 acres of good land with fine lake front, about 54 miles from I The Florida Grover were milk basins \esseU for storing desirable small home un corner lot No. 381-A 20-aore tract located on

Kisaimmee can nit on porch at the house and have beautiful lake and handling milk and various stylesOf with good 4-room, cottage; hall and marl road, two miles from depot, on k

view and see the town plainly. About 7 acres of grove over half of i apparatus used ou farms niul In front porch; good well of water; poul- b't. Cloud road Property hfs -good
which is in bearing and has good crop on trees. This is! finest of I Aortruekereanti folks who want to fruit know grower about Florida For- dairies. The right WRY Is often us try house and stable. 1' ", of house and three-acre orange grove |n'

hammock land, very rich and fertile, well (adapted to both fruit and lyrokly. 91 100 pur r..r. month easy and as cbenp as the wrong way city and lake; nice high lotion; can bearing. This grove will yield from 1
trucking. Six-room house good stablen, grain bins sheds, hay mow Httficl ik( for. ten iHhim trial I and this exhibit will lui\e nn elTort In be bought for $000. 1000 to 12CXr boxes of oranges each 11
and three flowing wells Owned by a Virginia man who says sell for Iy-Yw rlpttou Snappy. Bright.: Clean. year. Sufficient: \ land cleared and in
$4500. Bargain too. Cemo let us sliow you. We have anything you throwing safeguards around one of the No. 408-Fine vacant JoTrln .0ne"J cultivation Increase twelveor '
to to
THE FLORIDA GROWER I grove
desire in the of a Florida home or investment. principal articles of food. the fastest growing subdivisions in the
may way
fifteen! acre., and .t same time can ..
8OO Florida Av... MiprDrlller, Fla.T. Nice shade
city. high ground, large
t be yielding any garden truck desired.If .
;; *+*+ .*+*+*******+**+***** tr fls. This lot is worth considerablemore in search of property that will bring
asked.
than the
money price results this fall and at all times while t
i > Clvio pride maana working for
Price JlOO.cash.No. .
Nelson J | the good of your town, and worki ] | / : extending new grove, Investigate this.Tbls . a

Realty CompanyOVER i > Ing- for the good -of your town . 304-Improved farm located on property la convenient to town
: :.. McC.H.LLISZ'ERKist : : has marled road side
end.
1 means doing your purchasing best road in Oiiceola county, It miles on one one -
CITIZENS BANKjUSSIMMEE, FLORIDA + : immee'sWeil: :: :: ; | ) h..... J from depot 10 acres '.fenced and in Our price and. full particular to Interested ,n., ?i

I .......... I +....+.....++t' high state of cultivation; best trucking partiesNo. _
land in this section Has good well
4llS-VerJ' desirable vacant lot t't
andpOU1Lry
3-room cittage, stable, wagon shed +
containing three lust, outside r
is prepared to dnllARTESIAN Prosperity For Muakogao. house. All ready for purchaser acres
city limits In West Klsslmmett, good
Muskogee Okla., recently took. a to begin work without any'delay or
truck .
place to start poultry farm or
WELLSin half holiday for the purpose of raising expense of clearing land and waiting garden. Close to churches and school.

section a bonus for an Industrial company to improve before being able to.produce A bargain at $150. Let. us show -you: *,
of t'lorida.
any of which Governor Haskell la the any crops. This land 1* adapted this lot, '
to growing ail kinds of citrus fruits; rNo. ,
head, of $300,000, which guaranteesthe
grove can be started to good advantage .'417-Tract of 46 acresr fine six': t {
location of five factories employ-
-BUY WORDS""WALKPVER"and"D Ten years ot successful Well willie. land is being farmed. Price acre orange grove in bearing; tea J
Drilling is a Guarantee of rny big 1,600 men. The governor was $1650. Term. on part if desired, acres additional land cultivation, .'* w ,

Ability to produce the best there In person arid when the mass .Very best pine land, rich and productive ti
resulta- meeting closed $215,000) at the ,bonus No. 30UFlne garden, and'pouttI" good for all kinds of citrus fruits ;
... .. ... .... contains ,
DODD" the -- This place two
are -. -- proposition.
had been'aublocrlbed.. This money :was or trucking purposes. Large two-story
words when it shoes. subscribed without a single bank In'' acres, new tt-room house with porchesin dwelling good barn andout-bulldlngs. '
I most popular'buy comes to ,. : : front and ald. fine artesian well ;
one
TWO AND FOUR INCH asked cent.. Ten This Is two' miles 'from
for only
." the city being a property
There reasonsthree of them' Choice location
porch
with
are pump on ,
j; Will Introduce purchaser to
A SPECIALTYP. city.
y WELLS banks called upon supplied the rermalntnff for small truck poultry farm. The
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COMFORT STYLE' DURABILITY 85000. The contracts for land is subdivided into lots and Is' owner'and let them'deal direct.: ;,

O. Box 344 ftyefactorles have already been signed. worth the price asked without .any im No. 416-Truck and citrus fruit land ',;
These three degrees of satisfaction are fully guaranteedin provements. We are offering this combined. Tbt. tract consist of 30

the purchase of"WALKOVERS'for 3CleslxrLm.ee.! Florida:: To Protect Pavamont. property for $IMO, terms on part If acres of the very best hammock and_
desired: The town I la growing In this
.. An effort will be model Chattanooga 30 acres muck and prairie land all
men, or direction and property wtllenhance In under !good hog-proof wire fence; just
Tenn., to have an ordinance '
"DOROTHY DODDS" for ladies. / JENKINS & WOODIIAM value very ra idly. outside eitv limits, with a commodious v
drawn up to protect the new pavements nine-room residence on the property; P

.Come in and let us fit you properly. which are now often cut up No. 4O.r>-1<'1 ve-room cottage, two fine well of artesian water. It. Is cont,. 1
lOOn after they are laid. The Idea is looms plastered; three celled locatedin ceded bj all that hammock land I.1 an-

to have property owners notified be- west part of city lot; line garden; nice questionably the best adapted for

Surveying and fore 41 pavement: Is laid so that they young fruit tree.. ; 130x315 feet A growing citrus fruits. Fine groveadw;
C. W. DAN can make necessary pipe connections! bargain at SHOO.No joining th. land. This is the logical ':; y

I and then to prohibit the cutting up of 411-One of the finest. trucking body of land for the ..uOO8llfull1'ro".J,.-

Exclusive Shoe .Store.. DraftingOFFICE pavements for a period of five years propositions In the stale. Tract consists ing of oranges grapefruit, every kind -,"Re

after they are laid. of about-12. acres, located in heartof of vegetable and poultry. The {
city on lake front four acres of posed electric line passes one pro'I JI
.' wWch are tiled and} in cultivation'; mile of the property, and Is on I "

: IN FRATERNITY HALL' *+** ++***+++**+*****+++ good (lowing well gasoline engine and railroad from this city to St. Cloud.,, 'J "d
Fill information to interested parties.: '
puujp; good barn. Under proper cul- 'Zi
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KISSIMMEE.'FLA [ WHAT MAKES A TOWN . tl",Lion the property can be paid for COLONIZATION LAND
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WANTED-A" In three years out of the products of "l, '
RIDER "AGEN.T
No. 400-This la a tract, of 8,000 .
t What makes a town anyway? the land: This land Is admirably adapted
IN EACH TOWN. knddUMottorlde and exhibit a.MnuM LaUat Model Is It the wealth evidenced by to celery lettuce, cauliflower acres timber land. Well located for !l.1
"....ser" bicycle\ furnlahedbrna. Our acenueTarrwbartf arvnia..Lna- I, tomatoes, cucumbers, potatoes and sub-division and colonization: purpose - \ '
mono'lint wm.fr.f.Ifr.ekL.rr./rlrr/e1.,were.e tC. r: fine homes and splendid store desired. I I'rice 93,000. *. I It borders on three lakes.. i p.

110 bl MONtY .QUIR.D alilp to anyone IIDUI anywhere you. receive In the O.fl and I. .approve..,*..,. ..of n/.'mrr ,,...., AHEAD OF THE buildings? These may attest the any vegetables Railroad within three miles of tract. \
Inadvance._nfit>..., and allow TEN DAVa'TRKK TMIAL durins stability and thrift of certain No. 287-Here wo helve one of the Will cut 2500 to 3000 feet of lumber to- .
,i which time TOO may ride the bicycle and pat It to any test you wIshT"I GAME people but they offer no great nicest small residence propositions in the acre. This will bring splendid returns -- ;J
( you are then not perfectly aatbfldd or wish
do Dot to keep the
It bark to on at our expense and>..MI/, b._,*...... Inducements to commercial and KUiimiuee, located. within three blocksof to owner if sold in small tract. v t

FACTORY PRICES possible W*.'"r nlah to make the,highest at<
acttial factory t You .avetiOto$2btnlddlemen'aploetab buy a good order and law observance '
lndlrectof O.|ond have the mannfaotnrer'a guarantee behind your \
bicycle DO NOT BUY a Mcrclaor a pair of tires from .._. at .., ? That Is a ctor.only. The
r ..e.until you receive our catalogues and loam. our unheard of/...., .Y sleepiest old hamlets that dot
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l rOUaWILL"BE iTTfii'isHFn-.-gs>....'.-..eat> otirni e.t '.. ..,. the map have this spirit In rank J
JTL! .,,,j" !rr abundance. Is It the schools
lent ... I"t:: .
! prdvi w*CMI m k TOO tbl r W.Mn hit
o.wo.tb.o.mr' .'b.,ctoiT. w.a.tl_ itbe..o plOftta..rnry ;
oMnm.IOYOLa nl,. .r.-: ranu'wi. **"V Mcjolla tndcryoorowQ ajUMpUktpatdoubt. *our >>rl.... '. I More genuine money can be made by
ever increase, but they don't
..00......... NANO.iCYOL.e. W. do not ltfalarf, .luuxltoaMOBd b.Ad Merelea. bet* nimallr h.,.. ;: )'rchased '
for
"4 judicious subdiVision
b.odtu.b."D.. ...o nt....._ Tb.w..ak.r ont urvmpUTat_ priomi mae. a town-they only culture acreage -
from
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". '" -'i ST R.B Oii.'Oc'-'rlP..a'o} [ Itmtm f..maladfree..._.d__ ....par?- .*repatni and 1L Is It the geographical loca- I. purposes than any other way. We S
the
tion, character of the country

.' Hedgethwii TJTnclu i ;e-Pr 0! surrounding the shipping facilities ) ', ) ., recently sold s me tracts of this kind '
If
want to
you be "ahead of the
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natural
the advantages
I I 1 OPJl e If-h ea.log Ii Ires A SAMPLE f$41J game" as regards the quality of None of these Is an essential.: I and have others which we can offer. at '
TGIIITRODUD ol
+ ol"II.rlu.,....."... I. your cigars-just buy them HERE. Well what Is It that makes a f I prices that are attractive. If you want to '
.. 110.H. .U. ..,N Len/." The expert care we take of them town anyway? Just one thing i "
win..l/neurw./.NNJtr JfOIre.T. .....,t.rjr t*if, .. -the excepitidnally excellent)) humidor -the unity of the people the existence i make some easy, quick money, let us figure
NOMORETR08BLEFROM PUNCTURES ) :: '
Yf ..... ... _..-r es..wilt slot l.t th........ { cases we have-assures you of a common bond which with you' along these lines.
::1 Arhun&l..aoldJa..tr."ar. t I); :/, ,4 of buying your cigar "just right"when causes business and social enemies i
DUORIPT/ON. Made It + i to put aside all differences
, and you come here for it. I ,
11' Adler, very durable and lined luulde will: < \ Ixapeci.l t. when It comes to boosting the ,
.. We have YOUR brand. j
a quality of niblMir.wblca ne..er'- I town. No town ever made real I 'i
cocnoo tloroua and lIhlrh clones ut> am.11 A tt I
4,>nctareawltboueallowlnetheairtoescape, progress on the way to substantial i
lye h ave hundnMla 0' letters from eaUaIIed C11alOmeNIta flaflee th*IMek rubbartrearf H. E.: BRYANPOOL r ?
without the get together .
nwthattbelrU..baveonlbMonpumped upones A 1 { In a whole. ...aMnr"Tb>?welsh o'Bwrafhaa T aNa 'D"ala rim trip M"an spirit unanimously adopted. -
ordinary...,the puncture iWaUnBcin.lllieabelnif 10Nwwftllr.NttlISS.-Tkl., PARLOR
sivwn by .everal4Iayen of thin. ajpeclallr prepared Hn NII. ..t "Y other It has rejuvenated old balks '
F tahrleonthetrerd. The resuI>r price o( these tin N.eke ..SOFT .1.A9T1Q and of towns that were yawning
......:. .10.M iwr pair/bit foradrertlaina-parpomire an U ART MIOINO. t : H. M..BREAK-ER'\CO\
".....kt: a 'Ee2ai.fJiSfor .ri"Xni 'S'J only' J*. S'Jr. AH ordersahlpr-d lame .., I their way into endless sleep. It : :
letter" \ a ahlp O. D. On aporoesi' You do not pa.r a cent until ;yoU ***4 I I ! I I M I I I+++H *++ : has Infused new lifeblood Into rOyer

.'have w.da..k.e..e examined' and...Ioand....t..them..__atrlnt.b.(, a r.pf''( e.Itab.rb.4.eeO..Mlrlltre., ...IYLLOael/_ .. the heart of commerclrlJlfe and ,

WITH. Oec.N. ..end...:::"'i1 lbN.dr.ru.emro6 Ywr.a..i: : I..eedln. of4.r u th time..' a. made thriving cities'our of para- '. )
$ ,=.::..
r ud HnMr-_'to...'..._for...rfrewae I4a b..*. It' ,a S S .Ti'w..STlfcii. .iTiiW will\w.....are. ...perfe.tl.t ....V'wVriTi'n raMsle;. *TG'RAYSTOf E f lytlo villages.' .Natural 'adTat -: Osceola Pharmacy :1---= .__.1 .- 4'
r _,1.M ., -... tire yes ........r._ '- 4 ;
S":.:Tsjl; ..::.- S: :::H :::'.-::H:.. yoe.IU .1.... .r"J.p."I. .- j tages *o nt-tor'mu'cli.-and profparity t. I

F'you NEED.T1RE,4 .': ::..r.ar atN ga rlrte.Naelra0-_..... R.drNa.nvl Cannot be bunt'on shiftIng .
:. .aulrrLsete.W\ _..lrlalat'h, ..eIei aundnoenry. k1 W IPIiuu. m taut : ,. sand but any 'town with' KISSIMMEE ". : ; FLORIDA
...,nre..tae.t acv.' erwea.br h&rt .:.alsrl.--:erNtTII..04 . ...- tie sab..aad t..S all. se*. -I.-I, f :. made ,
balt'a chance be to /
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DO NOT WAlTft.--t. I 8 ". .-.- ..:\ 4 per ,day '
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e-e.se..Wte Manse. .. vSp cil, by week month.. :
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!: .': - ed expectations. It. has been, in our opinion, .the biggest ', :.


': '. success of any undertaking i in' the history of our business.' A., "


:. tremendous success in everY ,particular., And to the good r


people of'Kissimiiiee and surrounding: country, who have made '


: i', 'this sale a success, we desire to extend our sincere thanks and -, .I// t "

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":. assure you wel' have plenty of merchandise for the entire two ,
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-_ week's sale, and we are going to follow out our original plans


the fullest .
to extent.
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prices, courteous treatment and prompt service are the things

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.I I Trade Day, July 12th. No entries. ,
TRADE DAY
Winner of fat man's' race-$2.50 in I I 11
Advertisements
Classified WADE, the tuner Orlando.
for
DWELLINGS
rent to M.
, , cash donated by S. L. L pfer. No ler. apply Tll-i j
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J'' ; -\ : ', entry. R.,O. MEEk-Notary Public. 23-tf AJ
/ '.. Second premium'' for handsomest baby --...-- ---,-- --- THE'Osceola
Tailor is all the
.;!A,\..- ,", under 12month old-$1 In. cash donated '' FOR fresh fish, phone the Rull Bass .Shop
'" ContJnuec Advertisements are Inserted under this head at the rate of B Cents Phone 241. 24- '!
from first ,
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r'' ...t. 'it'- , page..) 'firr' by A, S. Nelson., Divided between l . ; ; line eaclTinsertion. '. .' Market_ No._.189.___,. .,.. ....L..I 19-tf J 'r go.i
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.'i"' : edby'Dozier Leitner; won by Lucy ; Mona Minima and Louisa. Me per t : FOR RENT -For cash or on shares.,
t ..,. i. Pearce. Lean S GET H. N. 'BRATTPN to drive your acres oust land, three miles
Best made patch work quilt--one Best crayon POl't-Plrit-$1 worth of I FOR SALE-163 acres twelve acres artesian wells. 43-tf town has flowing well is plowed
e dozen cabinet .photographs. donated by, sugar, donated by Dibble & Son ; won FOR SALE I. cleared, balance good pine land avith FOR dressed -- fenced. Apply to R. J. Cunningham! iI
\. J. W. Wilder; won by Mrs. 'M. D. by Mrs. Carrie H. Murphy. I clay subsoil; about 200 beating Bass Market poultry No. 189., phone. the 19-tf Hull I P O. box 341. 27-tf i,
.; ler. cas-I Sack race by boys Under 12 years of j W. G. HANKINS-Anythmgin, fixturesA : orange trees on place. Four room RENT--E h:; -;ofV;
:; Best display of one dozen egg age-$1 in cash, donated by Ord. bass; I cottage, good barn and other out- ROOMS single I
_. $2 in cash, donated by C. U. Carroll; won by Rodney Dann. PAIR of good, gentle work horses buildings. Located five miles west MUTTON, fresh, fat lend fine, at the en SUit.; suitable! for light housevl
uric ; r won by Aultman & Bickerdike. Foot race of 50 yards by 1 lays under for sale cheap. Ross Graves 26-tf I of Orlando on good clay road. For Rull Bass Market-- phone- 189.- 19-tf keeping Apply to Mrs. A. A Simp-i

Best collection of farm produce$5 15 and over 12 years of age-$2 in cash, price, terms etc., address Box_256. son. frtf't._ I
i hi cash, donated by Kissimmee Lumber donated by Osceola Journal; won by W.'G. A KI --Computlna- e8. Orlando, Fla. WOOD, per strand, $1.25; five strands 'j
: 19-6mos-pd I $75. Kissimmee Lumber Co. 29-tf WE-Have listed some of the most d4lsirable 1
M. II.
Won Porter. Drawdy.
Company; by Karney
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K in donatedby FOR SALE-Pair good t mul s, harness ---- --- ---- property on the market, both,
Best collection cash
of
houseplants Largest pumpkin-$2
potted Gazette E. M. F., AUTOMOBILE-Run 3400 city and which offer
I and wagon. Call at Valley CARPENTER JOBING and repairing.Good county we stf
Hunter
-rocking chair donated by M. D. T. E. Rolfe; won by Land
office forjparticulars. 23-tf_ miles, looks like a new one and runs work. See James, Church St. the lowest prices to be obtained. ,!
( Wilson; won by Mrs. J. L. Beaman.Best Co. ------ I better has windshield There IH I
of .
tr' Florida cash top, speedo- I near -Main St. 45-tf. no padding prices by at,
t raised saddle horsebox Best jar orange martnalade-< W. G. HANKINS tiot1al cases. meter, eight-day clock, chimes horn every piece of property sold at exact?!
of cigars, donated G. Ham- donated by Julius Hyde won by Mrs.
by A. ;
I metal tool-box, two extra shoes, one THE Messenger Publishing Company price placed on it by the owner
ilton; won by C. E. Franklin. Clay Johnson. KING Quality shoes for men at Cash Will sell Write
extra tube. or trade for us your requirements and I
wet'
hand Sofa is going to give away a large tract of
f Best specimen painting on china Best specimen embroidery- Store 1-tf town Address, E. M. F. will do our best to }
property. land in Prosper Colony and a number please you, bft
in merchandise donated byv Mrs. E. L. I
$2.50 donated
% by M. pillow top -H Fili'g cabinets.: Gotha, Fla. 10-tf of tlty lots in Taft to new subscribers showing just the kind of property you'
,1 Katz; won" by Miss Frances Bay. Pearce. No entries. W. G. NKi.NS- 'I I desire. H. M. Breaker &
Co. :
ti Best oil painting-$2.60 in merchandise Best layer cake made by girl under I to Taft Weekly Messenger. For 24-tfy
p donated by M. Katz; won by J. E. 14 years of age-hand-painted china CHOICE CITY LOTS for saleat low NICE-Centrally located home on beau. particulars, address M. K. Van Duzor, -
F Mattocks. cup and saucer, donated by Francis I pnces. See.or write II. Fleming for I I tiful comer lot, only three blocks Kissimmee, Fla. 26-41 '

Best trio of Orpington chickens-$2 Bay. No"en try. particulars. 40 tf from Broadway, house is lighted I .2
ri .. in cash donated by Porter & Son. No Best drum corps-*5 in cash, donatedby all''I with electricity, has bath, toilet and STRAYED-Sorrel mare, white spotin I 1:
entry. Geo. A. Sharpe;; won .by St. Cloud W. G. HANKJNS-Show cases of kitchen sink; new cement sidewalk; face, white hind foot saddle scaldson \, ,
f ... contains,
Best trio of Plymouth Rock chickens Drum Corps. kinds. house seven rooms, includ- back, about 8 or 9 years old._ Reward j I
-*2 in cash, donated by Jas. Johns- Best loaf of brown bread-Berry or I ing bath room; lot 120x150 feet, extending of $10. Write E. D. ''Fu sell, !i I
ton. No entry. ice cream set, donated by J. A. Lan- FOR HONEST and square deals in alii to 16-foot alley. We can Auburndale Fla. 28-4tpd SPECIAL EDITION
: I .. trio of white Leghorn chickens caster No entry. kinds of real estate, call on or write offer this beautiful home on very ---- I,
# I$2 in cash, donated by C. L. Bandy; Best buuch of alfalfa) $2.'>0) in cash; W. H. Farmer, Box 322. 16-tf reasonable terms. Full particulars ANYONE anywhere can start a mail I NOW
t ; No entry. won by Hunter-LandXV I to interested parties H. M. Breaker order business at home. No canvass- ON SAL, --25 lI l
e Largest half dozen,stalks of field Best bushel Irish potatoes; won by HANNAN SHOES;) are high class shoes. & Co. 24-tf ing. Be your own boss. Send for free

y .t j corn with ears-$2 in cash, donated by F. H. Lawson. Call and see tkem. H. C. Stanford 19-tf I booklet. Tells how. Heacock, A 2144, I I .

j Dr. W. L, Winn; won by C. E. Frankhn. Best dozen oranges! $1 cash; won Company I THE-New subdivision which H. M. Lockport. N. Y.
Irene Milliard. I Breaker & Co. will place on the mar- I \;;
F; l ;1 Best hand-made sofa pillow top-$1 p A, Vans Agnew and Arthur b3J-1 W. G. HANKINS-Desks and c ain. ket in about two weeks, contains the IF YOU WANT SCREENS see Osceola I
f in cash donated by T.' M. Murphy;won Donegan each donated $5 towards kind of land mostly desired on which Lumber Co They make them any r:. -
dkf yy by Mrs. Bunyan Stephen. I entertainment of the St. Cloud FOR bargains in resident property, will grow all kinds of citrus fruits, size and kind you want and make themto ,;
r
r ,, Beat hand-made table cover-$2 in I Corps. truck lands and orange groves call on as well!! as ev'ry' kind of vegetable fit. Give them a trial., 7-tf. AN ORDINANCE .

cash, donated by Dr M. J. Hicks; won The eum of 115.50 was donated by H. M. Breaker. Kissimmee. Fla. 4-tf grown inthis section. Get in on the Amending an Ordinance Oil.0< .,, .
Entitled "An
by Mrs. J. L. Beaman. citizens for the following purposes : ground floor and secure one or two of I I 1 WE-Are offering some very desirable nance FroblbltlDB the Runulugat Large DUot
Largest collection of hand needle First, to the person who has devotedthe H. C. STANFORD 'Co. are agents for these choice 6-acre tracts before they resident lots, located three blocks 'Ing Certain llouri of all cattle, Kxoeplt'
.S work-$2.50 in cash donated by Jenkins greatest number of years in preaching the celebrated Hannan shoes are all taken. These tracts are located -' from the Court House, on nice high Dulls." Approved October 6, lou, by Prohibit:J J
fort Cattle
_ ryl Woodham; prize divided between the gospel, $6; to the one devotingthe men. 19- | on the best road in the county. elevation, for $200 for inside and $250 !iTinsmall I from Running e' tarp at Any

'S r I Mrs. J. L. Beaman and Mrs. H. W. next greatest number of years, $4; and close to the electric line. 24-tf for corner lots. Alley in rear of all lie It Ordained by the Council of the Cltyef, J
Morrow. to the oldest blind 'person $3; to the W. G. HANKINS-Typewriters. these lots. Cash, or short time. Let Section Kianimmee' 1, :That ,

.S W?a Best loaf of lightbread any size and oldest woman, $2.50. us show you 'these'. lots. H. M. "An Ordinance I ,0 ProhiblJ rll g OrdlnawMentitled. the Ron.luSat -' ,
made of any kind of flour-$2 in cash, The above prizes were awarded as SEE King Quality shoes before buying WANTED Breaker. & Co.: 24-tf LarVa [)'"l"* Certain Hours of all Cat";,?
donated by J.E. Mattocks;won by Mrs. follows? Dr. D. M. Breaker preached Cash Store. 1-tf : tie.amended Uzceot; no Bulls a> to,"raadaifoUowa-' approved October. Isuab.le; S< :

.t -4 T. H. Ladner. 164, years ; T. E. Rolfe preached IF YOU WANT SCREENS Osceola AN intelligent person may earn $100 section I. The running' at large: of all oittla*.
Best bronco buster-$10 in cash, donated 37 ye arsmOldest woman, Mrs Liddy WANTED good girl to attend store monthly corresponding for newspa i within the corporate llmltaof the City of KIP;",
make then
r, by Hunter Land Co.; won by Joey Thomas, aged 74years.B Lumber Co. They any at the Home Bakery. 29-11 pers. No canvassing. ..Sen'" for par- elmmee li hereby deolarwl a nnlmuoe and capree.y ,
%
kind and make them prohlbited..nd '
and want
size you ticulars. Press Syndicate, B 2245 U .h.ll be uala"tIII1o'<
Dicker offers the following ,
Johnston. I on
d 7-tf 25i 'K"or w"e-I"f any cattle to oerml* i
to fit. Give them a trial. ,
t ,r Beet Jersey cow and calf-$5!) in cash, prized in cash in addition to what has -------- WANTED-You to see for kinds Lockport N.Y. .._ ,. e run at large .
donated by Klssimmee Valley Land Co. already been offered on Trade Day: of Real Estate and Fire and Life In In"'Mecllon: All ordfnanoei, t>r parts tiere.fJ. ''
,A t ... won by S. W. Downing. I First prize! on half bushel corn, 50c; I FOR dition SALE-Soda with tanks fountain, good outfit con-, surance. R.O.Meek Kissimmee. 23-tf. \OU-Are thinking of yplpiai['fn Flor. .J/X.JePo.led.coulllet: herewith; be, and the eem. an .."!"}'" '
,1 first 6Oe first charging _ I ida. Of course you want the beyrproperty Hecuoa I. Tbal this
Best decorated motor car-(5!) in cash, prize on. J peck potatoes, ; OrdlnaDce Ibl1 tai! ,
marble.slab also ,
vase
countermand ; for the least eff.ot October I, 1911. '
We '
donated by Frank Vans Agnew won by prize on largest watermelon. 50c; first money.
; WANTED-Refined couples or gentlemen 1'-- ID Jolt'A
Sell
fountain cost !
for $900. com- session tbia
open Mb of
fill day
_
can requirements whetherit
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y Hunter Land Co. i prize on best loaf of light bread (made desired. for 'several nicely furnished your D, 11111.
t i To the couple' married at the k-by. KM "<>* over 16)), 60c. ; Bre t prize plete, for $150. Terms if 26-tf with bath. the best meaU the be a city lot, five or ten acre tract, nhIlAII'JBON. fl"W.
Address box 716 Kissimmee. rooms
'a section of land Pre.ld.oi Courtoil 0' city .
t'r' T Band Stand July 12th-fancy orna- 1.on best lotf'of 16)r breatTTmadeby market can afford.. Comer Main and or a twenty thousand Attut: 01 : '
cake, valued donated : girl not over )) first prize ont acre tract. Write uv regarding'your .! :ff1.
mented at $4, by ; W. G. HANKINS-Safea and vaults. Pacific street ,60tfWANTED K XJILHBST, Clerk 'il1
{ Horn Bakery. x: t a pumpkin pie, made by a young lady hoc; ; i wants. of property 'A proyed this 6tb day 01 JslrAT t 19Ur :t;_;
i x ,Free dinner at Graystone Hotel for,.(, this pie to be the property of B. Dick. FOR SALE-Good large lot, choice location sold at exact: prfplaced! on it by the 211-6t f.eall] It CLAY STANFORD. rs*
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Mayor of oTklaalmmes.:
alloouplee.whowllLb.married'fromrBand '' i erson, and an invitation is extended to neighborhood cashor -Portion by a11I&I1 thor-: 'owner. Na padding of prices on City ...:}

,.. Stand before noon July 12; .1' the young'lady-wlnnInKprize-to-'hel .. terms.; splendid! Apply: P.: Q.-Box 376, Kisimmee -oaghly; qualified UV. take -charge of property Hated with, ua'for sale. H: N. L. BRYAN
-E;; Free supper at Graystone Hotel for, eat it. .. Fla. 25-tf "truck""" _' .... ,
s -- -y. _' 25-tf
all couple who \ will be married from 'I'T at Valley Gazette offt e. .
fi ff <'the Band Stand- on the afternoons of The Age JLlmit.( FOR, SAL-?1'we'.acN' strangeand -ERNEST, L. GREEN SIGN WRITER f DENTIST ...
k 5.T11I1'1 ; , Lunch Wsltreas How do yon grapefruit grove 'about three, mile. F'YO WANT SCREENS s. Oeceo a 'Sign.. 'Auto Carriage' Painting. I Squires Building
\ .1" 1ddJUon, to'" -the above notices, I'' dr' Hardened Patron '+ from Klssimmee, on railroad. .Will Lumbar Co.' ,:Theymade.them: ",any n'guarantee al wprk. Let me figure New York Avenue, k ,
Judge ParkerWiflPrtOrtn the.marriage: egg > sett- at a: bargain; ;'Address W. H. *size and kind you want and make them with you attn that Job. P. .O. Box w

oj;.: ,iewnonjr., free *>t.all;. couple,who will 11"!... .rr, their t..nsl-Puck> ;';. ,J' .,> > 1 I Arnold t... ...,. Kissimmee i Fla.j 'l1--ttI '' to fit* ',Giv, them a, tnaL; ': ,74f' : '", .' -139.-- -Klssimmee- ,.,,,Fla.'..' J6-tf. ST. CLOUD. Ptol fts'cr

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