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 21, 1911
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00499
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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location, etc.,"*o"utt4bl: l *'''Iflr 'countygatherings at a low'::figure\ and up to Thursday

/ SITrLtlUfJQUfSTIO as the ;preent county pub1i44quare. : .. ,I, "A night had succeeded In disposing of over PAVE'' T" f! STRUTS

., It would be an irreparableloat .Ix hundred.' ', ','' ,

to th., county ,to lose It for thIa Call for M&ting Marydia I*situated immediately along
Sheriffs ,
By Bu'ildingji ,Jail and purpose! the line \>t :Xhe A.' C. L:' railroad and And Lay Sidewalks Outing This'Summer ..

Residence: !Ii in. Sonic Remote Besides the ill-feeling which would be the marl road mhs.:dnrectly through It, ." ,
(.I engendered in :the county against any To th. Citizens' ofOtcmola County: making it a splendid lOeatron' for such When Btisiaess Is, Not
Part of .Kissimihee. person, or pemn.' who should alienate ' You are respectfully requested to attend .a weUIe Dent. Mr. Carroll stated that So Brisk.

this coyhty\ 'square from ,the general there wou4! be ,twely. hundred lot Iq

.For ...-era! months the question of public, and devote it to a building for a meeting of Citizen of;Oaceola cOunt7't beat the survey and that he'fully expectedto Something like

building anew: jail and .berl f'e residence criminals, there la the financial loas'to T=held the Court House in the City of K aimmee' '\ dispose of a thousand. before the, citizens began the.two Agitation years''of ago our
ha engaged the attention of our the county to -be. considered, damage month ends
that on Monday, August 7, 1811, at 3 o'clock business thoroughfares with vitri- ;
County Commissioners, aa.well a* suits running into thousands of dollars briCk
fled and laving. sidewalks en"d, "
of the people of this,city and today the for Instance. I understand that a in the afternoon,which meeting i*for: the purpose -. NO GREEN ORANGESredeal''GovmIment'Scrvc the,:'principal street of! the:.dty. bat
to be far from settlement firm of obt-of-town attorneys -
seem as prominent
j question of 'Organizing. an C ceoI.. County Fair up to th* present I time all we hare to
as, it was"the day it wu first has signified Ita willingness to con- I --- '' '
show along that line ,,I I. a few i cement
mentioned. duct the suit for two' years, If necessary .- Association.The success of-Trade Day held : LNotke sidewalks laid by citiaen* whose make'

Under the law of Florida, provisionmust for only $160' in this city on the 12th instant demonstrated t on' State. Boards of HeairJu- up is fairly punctured with el1'Io'pride ,
be made In Jail for the separation . There are eight lots bounding the '
about some
that this is rich in- Along thetime of us men'were
white and u well county many resources, Dealeri In which have been
of the negroesi county public square, and an award of 4 orange small boy, .a.gentleman's advicewas

a* of the exes, and the jail at presentin damages of only $500 to each lot would and injustice to ourselves. we should acquaint taken from 'the. tree* when green and asked a*.J9.hazy a,1 -the government F .,
use doe not conform to this law. ( and even this would made yellow by placing' them In artificial '
aggregate the world with the many advantage and l could retr neh 'therefore It I. obligatory that a new not cover the area affected. Other .lots. h'.at... to be dealt with a* dealer and h1 answered 'tKt the only

'jail be built or the old one repaired. In greater or lea'proximity, would varied opportunities we' have. to offer the lo adulterated foodstuff by the Federal way he knew, bow it could retrench was.I

.t There I.'some difference of opinion come in for a sum proportioned to their homeseeker and-;investor: Government, according to notice for- to retrench. Now this same

among the citizen of this county u to location so that;,;the total cannot .be warded to all State Food and Drug applies to our sidewalk: and:paring theory iA

which one ?f these plan. should be correctly estimated. In addition to H. CLAY STANFORD. Commissioner from the United State.. proposition-the only to th.'u..ta *

adopted but We believe that fully 90 this, there would be the permanent loss Chairman Trade Day:Committee. Department of Agriculture.The we know of I way** to pave pave them'

per cent of the people of this city are of tax revenue to the county from the ...... Federal authorities have beeli'.1odyinlr and the only .;,.a7we .will over have decent . ,

in favor of building a new jail at someplace depreciated neighboring property. the' average-sour orange of sidewalk is for th*'City Council ,
the least objectionable the common market, and have found
that would be Viewed from any point whatever, it to instruct the
to order theqa'laid.
mayor , : ;
to the surrounding inhabitants, would be"loss, I lots and nothing but that it usually come from orchard
Talk i is all right In Its place, bat ,wit
s and the Valley Gazette is fully. in accord loss. On the other hand. consider the where fruit I I.; treated to the artificial never'yet. fed a launatrY'man'paveda

with that 90 cent. Osceola ,process. This results in a skin of the p
per prestige which would secure to street' laid ,
or a sidewalk and that
of the Board of Hold a County Fair proper color but the fruit is not ;
At the last meeting county by having1 the court house standin properly rule will not be broken In KisaJmme

County Commissioners Mr. E. L. D. a handsome ..county .public square, i.. ripened the acid of the green fruit Our people have talked themselves; X

Overatreet, acting-for the committee freed from .all objectionable" surroundings : remaining unchanged. If left on the
hoar. on. this question, and months' ,
appointed to locate a site tfn which to and this at thousands of dollars >- Middle of January trees to ripen properly the acids would' ago the Council road. a slight stagger I yr

build the new jail, reported that in his less expense than,would be brought on .. !give way to sugar. .--. .- along the sidewalk line, but the order "
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opinion It should be built in one of the the county by violently taking possession authorities found the has
never been enforced, and, tram-
> four of the court house yard has belongedto acid. to be inimical to the health .of the .'
cornets of land which always The Success of Trade Day Has Demonstrated present appearance, neverwUI be enforced -,
discussion the Board appointed baa not consumer particularly the children,
y' and after some the county at large and
Chairman E. L. Lesley to con. heretofore inured solely to the' benefitof That One of the-Greatest Fairs Ever Known in and have ruled that the artificial ripen been transformed until long after into some white of moles as have or''

f er with architects as to the cost of repairing criminals' CITIZEN. ing constitutes adulteration. According
I the State Can Be Held Here in Mid-winter. some other beaat of burden or thing of
the one now in use, which is in to the practices.of the Board of '

the basement of the court house. The I Health the ruling; of the Federal au- beauty. ';
NUMBER THE HOUSES As we said before a few of our people .
whole subject matter will be disposedof thoritie will be made a rule of the
at the meeting of the Commissioners I Since the successful, holding of Trade. found in other, but there is enough : various states. who had a 'Uberal supplyof civic t '

Day in Kissimmee on the 12th instant, and to spare for a couple of million : pride in their make-up ban laid Cement'y is
the first Monday in August. An Urgent Appeal to the Ladies of I the opinion is unanimous among our more before we begin to feel in the I walk in front of their residences, bat'

This is a matter that affects every the V. I. S. people that this county la capable of leaaf thickly settled. It Is also true PENSIONERS there are any number of house owner, d''

citizen in Kissimmee and we believe holding a fair on a scale never surpassed that there are some sections of this --I'-- who evidently do not intend to comply.

that their wishes In the premises shouldbe To the Ladles! of the V. I. S. by any county in Florida, and state that possess many Advantage .with the order, and from the'D&a1-Ulae.:
consulted and to by tbe:.Comq Dear Ladies that Of Confederacy: Living in Osce-:
Our Knowing
agreed :
hundreds have expressed willingnessto superior to those found in any of the move the- Council 1* making in the mat
missioner without the t*ut hesitancy; your organization atands for everything take stock in a fair association. Northern states, that are not known of 'ola County. ter that order will not beissued until

therefore when that body ia petitioned thaftends to the beauty, the advance-- Looking to this end, 'Mayor H. C. outside those communities, for the simple the year 2001 .
is list of those receivingpensions
I by an overwhelming majority of the tax ment and prosperity of Kissimmee we a It I I. Intention
Stanford wbo acted aa chairman of the reason that they are never advertised not our or desire to ',
:"f payers of this city to erect the jail at appeal to you to take up the matter of Trade Day committee, has issued a call and still the residents of those from the state who fought; inthe' criticize too severely the member of "'

some isolated pet, we" believe their: the numbering of our houses. We will for a.meeting to be held in the courthouse communities wonder why a less favored : Confederate army and who reside the City Council for- they have dons
in Osceola welt
county, a* as the name
wishes ahould carry even though some not so insult' your intelligence as to In this city on Monday August section builds up so rapidly. Their many good thing since asumng office,
of the widows who receive all
of the Commissioners might think argue the necessity of such being doneto 7th at 3 o'clock in the afternoon for own action. answer the question.Kissimrpee pensions, but if does appear }O, us that when ft!*
otherwise. Are not the people of this keep our city up to a high standard of whom get $120 a ;year: '
the purpose of or nlzlnlr' fair association and Osceola county we requirs only the passage of a limp!
city paying taxes in the county treasury of progressiveness.., for through the ,'and every citizen in the county are glad to say are not in that class of Henry S. Fartln Joseph fc. Tuck resolution' to hare thl* ,sidewalk ordi:
James R. -Grave Thomas. Johnson
far in excess of ,those paid by any efforts-of your organization much has who can possibly do so, is urged to at hold-back and- has-been, but are populated -' :," nanceenforced; :they could find the
Thomas R. ;
of the. county T Doe the that to -' Henry McLaughhn "
,other part, already been accomplished
tend. with live energetic, progressive time to'pass it, even though many
city raeeive'any portion of taxes in return others seemed an impossibility and we JosephM.. Gardner Abner ,J,
There la no better way to,let the outside -' people, a-.d of this fact you,will be cong Wright, Jer'rnIah.Walker, Edwin A weighty measures 'are 'bearing down
except a small amount for school l feel and know that when 'you undertake :
world know of the and varied vented.when you visit our big fair to. heavily on'their shoulder. The time
many Peter D. Francia.H.
Barnes Outlaw,
and road T-the far greater thia task it will be carried to a ''
purposes '
; advantages and ""opportunities this be held during the month of'Janu'ary.CAPf Warren, Robert W. Simmons Thomas to do this work is ,now, when busioseeis
other sectionsof conclusion.
amount going to keep up successful .
I somewhat clack-not In the dead of
county has to offer the homeseeker and
the Some few claim that J. Bell Stephen Johnson William S.
county. The Valley Gazette bas persistently winter when streets are thronged '
investor than to display the products of
Harwell William A.Thomas.Joseph' .
our county can not afford to pay two BREEZE t
and consistently advocated this much- with visitor from the North and We.i1
our gardens!: our groves, our farms wid
for ground whichto N. Smith P. F. McDermott l
thousand dollars on
needed necessity for years and.Mayor and business house worked to its '
fair the every
ranches at
our a during season
is Stewart tfner. John P. Sylvester. 7t
build a jail; others, that if a jail
in his
built at all it should be built in the courthouse Stanford advocated it strongly when thousands of touriata are here A New Sub-Division Op ned. Up on Alfred Iveraon Jackson G. limit. Nlnetr'centa of'every dollar .'
first message to the present Council, I out for labor In street ": lr
from state in the Union. But paid paving our
The first argument is so every Our Yates, Robert-H. Lanier, J. W. Hampton -
yard. i lake Front
have neither but up to this time nothing along that this can only be done through a well or- I I Mathew' UnderhilL or laying sidewalks will find a resting'
foolish that
absolutely we line haa been done and, we fear noth- place merchant'
in cash
some register
of with
ganized body men ample capitalto this
The announcement has
the nor the desire to discuss it, I come to Widow*-Matilda Crew. Maranda A. "
space ing will !be done until' such time as your before the week ends and this i the
carry the affair to a successful con office through Mr. Arthur E. 1 P ,
but to those (and some of those are Donegan, I Woodall, Annie V. Basa, Margaret Sylvester
Commissioners) who favor the latter organization takes the matter elusion. It is true that a more success I that during,the present week there has Melissa C. Bandy, Mary F. season to create that business. Besides l
We offer to yoO,. ladies, our most I when our regular winter visitor 1 I
ful celebration of its kind been
4 place, we say that nothing could be was never I consummated a real estate deal Sears, Mary Tumblin, Sarah E. Dann
done that' would reflect less credit on humble apologies for attempting to pulled off in Florida than was our Trade that will be a, longer step toward a Virginia Etta McKee Maria B. Gilbert, return; they will be,convinced\ that our 1 ::i

the business foresight and judgment of place this'burden" upon your shoulders,. -Day but to hold a county fait' of gigantic -I "Beautiful Kissimmee" than anything! Frances J. Willis Elizabeth Parish city Intends to make good all along the \, ,

our people 'than- to do such a thing. but the demands welfare of our fair and beautiful proportion. requires much work else that baa yet been' planned In this Honoria Q. Miller. Mary A. Smith. line in, the way of public Improvements :;

Those who laid this city out failed to.. city that some organized and the expenditure of a large amount and Is the first move in the development Elizabeth S. Barnes. and when they return to their homes .1+
!Band of progressive citizens take the in the spring they can truthfully tell! fit
of If we can bring fiver thousand of our magnificent lake-front
provide for a park and the court house money. The following synopsis of.the pension
initiative in this matter; and knowing their that Kissimmee Ii the w
strangers to our cit;# in the midstof II properties: neighbor
yard la the only place in the city avail- ; law of the Southern State. is herewith
able now for that purpose; If the jail ia your true worth and the many sacrificesof made the Bummer, and that, too, with the Ludlam &;: MacDonough, who have presented : most prosperous and progressive! city. In ;t

idea of converting both time and money you have expenditure of leas than four hundred planned this new more, have placed on No much Florida. r
built in. that yard the '* Virginia- person having aa
the grounds into a park or public in the past, we feel that you will not dollars what could we not do in the 1 exhibition In'tbewlndow of C. W. Dann u $200 yearly income or having S760 That talkfe.t' In which we have all jl I
in this
meeting place win have to be abandoned fail emergency. winter season when the state Is filled a map of CapeBreeze which shows an worth of property Is entitled to a pen- taken part for two'1eare baa about 'J

all adjacent property Respectfully, to overflowing with tourists and our ,unsurpassed 'perfection of landscape sion. reached its closing time, and It's up to A
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once show a wonderful decrease in groves and gardens are at their heightin design. The property included in the North Carolina-Must not have over' our Council to,do something' tangible; {

'value; no' person will care to rent a the matter of production T plan lie directly south of the St. Cloud !, $500 worth of property or have over something that will bring money to the -,..

house in hearing of the jail; the jail OUR BALL TfAM There are some of our people who.' railroad between. the Atlantic! CoastLine j: (800 annual income. pocket of our people and beauty to eMir
believe that another Trade Day should and Lake and laj I Carolina-Paid city; something that will demonstratethey
will be a constant menace to the peace Tohopekaliga, South 252343.60; in "f
and happiness of those families'who be held here in October and the County j traversed by Drury and Tobopekaliga 1908 to pensioners. No limitations aa are business men who place the '1

live in It. vicinity and last but not Is Fast Becoming the Leading Team Fair In January, while others argue avenues. It is the Intention of the to property. welfare of Klssimmee above any private '" w

0. least, the jail will never be built'in' the in' This Sedion. that midwinter fair on a large scale 'I I promoters to build a concrete retainingwall Georgia-Paid, in 1907, $932,686.65! to or personal gain to themselves; in d ''f'l

court house yard until every effort to would be about all'tbe celebration that along the entire water front and!, 15/607 pensioners. No limitations as"to fact, do business. ,
r prevent it has been exhausted. The-way in which our ball team laidit would pay and that a considerable to fill in to a height of six feet above I property or Income. ". And that business is to at once calla ;;

Therefore we appeal to the Commissioners over Sanford on Monday demonstrated number,who entered exhibits Trade DayIn the lake level;; grading all( the street I Florida-The limitation aa to prop- bonding election for the purpose of ,;;y\
to think, and act wisely in this the fact that the 'Kissimmee boys October would not care to repeat the and curbing and paving all the sidewalks I I erty owned is <5000. No limitation as paving our main business thoroughfareswith ::
are ball tossers from away back and performance In January. Be that as of the addition. to income. vitrified brick, and pas a resolution :c\
matter by placing the jail at some remote i
place in Kiasimmee that will be that the defeats" Uiey'Buffered in the it may It la the intention to settle that The importance to Kissimmee j Alabama-Must not own over MOO !; instructing the mayor enforce ,}

the least objectionable to our people.In past were merely to entice into the teams matter at the meeting on August Vth engineerjng enterprise of this magnitude worth'of property or have yearly Income 'the- sidewalk ordinance 7r, .l-::
from Orlando and Sanford 's trap end it will be settled right and to the Is obvious, and it i it assured that I of over $300. ;

this connection the following communication andjhen make them look like a bunchof best advantage of all the people of our the attractveness-of! a lake-aide home |i Tennessee-A ppropnate*$300,000 annually Be With Us This fall i '
received this week
from one of our waa foremost citizens, and' Shanghai roosters after a tilt with a county. will lead many of our people to have a for pensions.. No property limitations Pine bland Minn., July 12. '11. ,
pit of game cocks. Since Kissimmee met with'such won- residence there.10WN Mr. W. B. Harris, Editor Valley Ga
we believe it is but a reflex of the The with Sanford Monday
game wasa derful success in holding a Trade Day. Mississiopi-Must not own $600 worthof zette.

.. opinion of nearly all our people. splendid exhibition of skill and the : almost every city in inland Florida has OF MARYDIAWill property. Dear Sir: Elclosed please find 26 y d
Kissimmee Fla., July 18, 1911. of 6 to 5 in favor of Kis.immee. e
score entered the list, and from now on until Alkansa* Persons owning $400 cents for which kindly\ send to me and '

4 Editor! Valley Gazette. clearly showed that our people need not the holiday. we will expect to hear of worth of property pr having an annual l copy of Magazine Edition of Gazette.

;, Sir: In all ages and all countries it go to the., cities i in search of pleasure in'' such days being held at every crossroads will the
I Be Populated Wholly/ By Descendants income of $150 are not entitled to pen- Since Kiisimmee abandon
has Invariably angered the inhabitants the ball tossing line for there wu as store.! ."But we are pot at alt selfish - don. vtiouisiana cow, I feel more Interested in its wel k
to be off from land which have catching and base running i iI of Ham.
shjit batting,
because the other cities adopt every -Pensioners mast be in indigent fare. Expect -to be with you In the., : "'
...,long( beer-muse as communal property, I as any,o![the. major teams usually hand I new plan proposition put forth by What kas been known a* C.rroll'aStOl circumstance and unabla to early fall and build a cottage,. ,.-f' ,

'..a,:'.- band it 1* this deep-rooted and wide- out to spectator Pitcher Kulp did ee- the people of Kissimmee for it merely: ha been converted Into a town earn a livelihood. Yours truly, ,

a i ,spread .feeling-which is at the'bottom peel lly-good work,_and to' hfe playing I.. carri out our contention, that 'this city for negroes solely, and .in future will TaxaApproprlatM $500,000 'annu- G.'H, NSWHOUSE.: t +,
.-of the unwillingness of our people to largely due our team' success, aLthough Is Ant all of
.. n -thing -a progressive have the euphonious name of Marydla.Mr. ally for pension.. I
: i I hare our only.county public square ap- I be was splendidly supported by and enterprising nature There.1.! no' C- b. Carroll the owner of thistract' ; Mr. J. W "Miller went to Tampa on ;

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.it for the purpose for which It; On Friday afternoon last Laitelahd'estrong offer the Northerner or Westerner than : which He'about three mile north of i. a water meter In the rear of the Pioneer Jersey heifers.
,. .has alwaysbeen available, vjz.x| team came up and rOt! theirs,I what ha enjoy* athome. /and that fact i ila.A this city., recognizingthat the belt way Plumping Shop and Invites the people of tall city., now' that ,the'0I'd1t'l.' '

i'- county'meeting place,for out-door gaU; the'game' -resuIUng'to 'a' score'of,9to. ,1 :; beln ':\dailjr demonstrated' by the : in which"'to get along with' was: cltl&4oa of call and.(inv nance has passed prohibiting1 cattle run? 3I..j' .

\fIIIt.erln*., barbecue ;and such like: Anyone 'lntfavor of Kissimmee.. i thousand",who ,are;' coming' here and to place them In a settlement by themselves spect it., Mr Swabey., has placed this nlng at large;Muirerta better. grade of i

':f> : of a number of places* could be had Our boya,!:are today playing ttie antis taking up 'a permanent "reaid ne .' It !: ''decided to. cat tip a portion of meter to show our peopi the advantage eewathanthey have- used. ,.in the pater, .

'r .,for, LjJuVbat not. one;single other team at",that city, and''tom rrOw ,win, la true thtt some portion of/the state -liis property into' ]ota N60x200 feet .and of their'use over a aat'rate,'they !.*- and be intends 'to be'ready, to supply. 'i

."4 ,.*.l. :place' .,.. affording"; ,We; .convenience} of;,\ take on Leesbnrg.,st.*'that place. possess f advantages superior jtoj) those [sell them t*,:negroes on eiayitenns: ; and senlng the' "Monthly bill.eaneiderably'W. ... : their,want* ili'that line", :. ,I. ...,
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{yea ant set Dw cwt W led ins. . Sk. *rakts cw* *f ....-. karg1.-keepaigtte AiOea about cm\ e ref !Uj'draWl)

: PINE LUMBER ,. fadse'.eomery o f pwKtar g .eea - trw av 4feat a Urz- foot frea the tree and extending oat Correspond nee Solicited.. f,
. Hued das tree aod yaets. It < #f,"roots M xoirtd. SB"k. te sad of 'tUA&' r
mot! .poy. If fm! are about to ** ; du4 the n <<*a! The Va.w d Farmyard M arurtt. S
kl ane of wci5r4. .tJ .aTir of bu the: cafe+d Babrbere' be
I .e :g ? ;; \ Horse t :aoore i*. generally BOOT antji ; BAS&
:) HOUSE BILLS A SPECIALTY : j,coU-rlkM t"thdill rxrtJy au: ) in the two-year-old ji\b fora in+mcBsxMtN.B. ) than that of oOver'farm : W. C-
\. .' ; tt more thin two or Cve ck&ar KCk/foU 1mb ere ajrraxijrl. aa i-.... sit.account of tine omforBtr 'N'ess:esae ar/d Hew;
4 BUM* rrideai period ia the growth. : tfeix tie top *f the tree* aft-* Jo t.bekibd aod asaosnt of food t

*< :>> )Oo( fmtt tree, bovfc or tact; :a* the u. t* tm/te. j because: they'||Sod t.eieC.t a easy: dry nature I..iax.. Dea et ,to "\

Leered it i* ta-ertfwre better to .*a in tkit noTM7 *e*>- ,
... == tnBty dificalt to e.eet its through
. .
'- -- - ;; a iSfw'doiiar more for the sake of tee booeorrfejtrd older tr*ed >' eaixXiSre. with the Utter and for Qua Fresh Beef Pork acd'; '

ting fwA trocm- tree and punts ;: ajr deairaoie. reoB it i* liable'to, Taped fermeiitatioo. ,

t t are care of msJtin-g .a cw1 ? part of the Eat. f rctts at* 1st tfais femwetatkin the 'nilroCa HDttOff

i i ... LET US DO .YOURVULCANIZING a d.ance: Tbe pries CJ'f set at the: foUowmg ace;l') i* euaverted into amen.niam car- :

j aothw ompanrj> with tJJ.ea>. p m two 19 three year; : booate. .whKh.? Lftcg volatile, ,U likely<< .

,i r their 'rortoct. ,harness two jeart; peacbe .' to be lost;;; for ttis reason great cared PHONE 4-\ ;. I

r A firrt-elase fruit u't ox e year jvBfcce .tto:d should be exercised & .(be presort scan / -- ,t

I beaJUty. well iciowo. of mecum ;- grip* one to three year :|! of borse manure Gopd. absorbing raatenai .

We have 'fint-cl pIa.nt'with work I freer from injarkxw ioseet aod tauter: ; ravpberrie aad black- !': sboekl be used av. bedding; ,'f>artieolarty -
a t*
work and turnedout (t---- and brine' the.. . c. not more than roe Jrr l;:i j,dry peat). rt can be mixed fkenneth D. Bnto' I f
charge.. All guaranteed 1
men .. .
j habit of jD"O'W1.h.d uri. ""'" from new plants orJj. with that from the cow stable with advantage ,
within 24 hour from receipt. Price) reasonable.Full 1 thhnga. be4nC equal, the ,. v. Fat! t'J&.Dtir.l'OQ&Jy it.%.'': to both. I" 't"r.'
., l'' line of Tires, Tuba Patches. and Automobile tree are better than the very '* punt the borne fruit garden Cow manure u much, !k-.. c/Mxtant in <;111",
t' trees, bat m baying from a tam. .,., Tti r
Supplies. C' atfrbet pazt ruat- composjtJon; it contains a large per- BARBER SHOP
N I I man it M .afro t/s get his !arret{ I North. FVnTKla: ba the great ,, ceotag of water and is naturally adder :

1 of'}b* dessred aoge."J1A, .anw i. ;' ir the respect" : u its r&l'- ,,: and of pox-rer quality than hijruemjiBure.

San Juan Garage Co. ,*f email har ta.I << flanied: tooth rn' th. spring and-,, >> It ferments more cowry and Cold Drinks & Cigars | :|. |

i Buy eehret.d tree and plants. T> : ,the. lTd that you protest to the rick of IOM of volatile unmon.a ,m r

1 Orlando, Fla. u a Brest dtff-r -ir.+ (Jant : fruit gariWi .* in od. It u not so great a* in the case of. the hot Kissimmce Fla ;

,. I rig enough to bare a tree or>. to pmt: rt into seine Lori max>ur >. .
; --..Ttrv which will simply b--ar frost :: ; -gar4*',: or leg- &" eroo'for :--neep nvar.ure. ui one of 'the moat \aj- f

the 4wtrtd variety: yon mint it to > t eases ....*..tlr.. ,t u >-IU1t..c. \atJi. produced by t>>e vanou farm ar. .

fruit. of very beat quality for that this t-p w Lr.r.fC.t all into n....*. +It.6 much dryer U richer ur: ritroger. ,-
? netjr. '.I...* furrrr save aced from aaa rnlo cyju:. Plow compound, and ferments more J. W. THOMPSONFL'NKRAL t.

A r>'-1lt corn biarits the, font takes .. th'.JUghlya.l .
; Knl! a* : ( you rapidly than cw manure but not aripniij
J ................ . . ... . t rig from tees plants that bI. ... } 'a ,-getafj* garden. ; i* )horse manure.fig -

brat the ffardeiMT" saver nl from a Krj"$ t-rxu: -* u wt joucg manure jO verv variable m compo DIRECTOR
% ,EMIL. MACH ERNEST MACH ., t-at t m"l.nawhy not get fruit .. : [ ... fruit .C.l. ,r. ;hoie! cut itjor. 'IT. account of the 'Ms."a-
e Aatta; ..<.rd fI" C* and 1
"A yxir |f", r
Ii : MACH: BRO: : gated "xc"ptl'JI'.aII gad "inches of .the fjrffcfit: -jil, ) contains much water ard ferrrienUlu LICENSED EMBALMER ,

, tnrw ofthe vattttw e vru wish .n..ficla. : 1/, break: tame up ly.Poultry. w'

Feed and Sale Stable Ix/ not be shafted win, Ti>.. ; plow l in order that the manure is oil rt the rifh.-"t (Opponite Courthouse
: Livery : .
rur of r.urwry stock: much of .. become deep rooted, and produced on the farm, cor.tanintj: a-_

,4 1 : Agt. International Harvesting: Co. .. has ben prCi .rfCat.f1d for year. tap root to carry-nutrt* part. I large amount of the tarouefirtitmrg> : KIBS.IIIMEE F'LoIUDA

other nursery tock or front *A !: a dead furrow a here. a material, especially nitrcigen ting, trt

", y 1iZ.Z. EL =.a -7 -. -::::..=.; ..r4' -::;... : ir<*.. I It pays to select'I the trf! ....* it to go. !Prepare deeply comparatively dry it ferment rapidly

,1, Y virand buth. that are to be plowing under a heavy and in order therefore, to prevent erne R. S. RAINS
w "
Everything r.ew and flnt c.a.n 'It''c f'c'.or yrrr tit ..r.C parent of the plants in the home manure if the soil u very: ou* lo.. from the volaUIr lIon of the ,

f" I" satisfactory service day or night. garden! as carefully a* you would) poor Thorough prepara- ,, nitrogen, tome preservative" should be I I make clothes/ to a man'ameasure.
( .. the head of a herd and for the land meant the tavmg of added to it. It may .be. mixed with th"abrbenu I
ONE HALF BLOCK FROM PASSENGER DEPOT I (to the best steam cleaning
and and the fruit
reason. InsIst that your nu expense and manure obtained from
,> in town. I dye arty color. I do yt
? Z Kissimmee, Fla. Phone 113 : furnish you with stock it. the other farm animals which will prevent any kind of repairing. I clean Hats. ll
IY from parents that represent the t B..torePlanting.. Much de-i its too rapid. fermentation. .
..N................ ...... tyf*s of the several varieties. If ) ..n the proper treatment of ; - - -- South.I have two My of place the of beet business Tailors'is in in rear the

r' do not expect to plant the fruit time of planting. A large /< L 2cCALLISTER: :: .
of J. H. Ke Store
}- for one or two years it will more root system of the tree has
pay you to visit your frterxl or tt> in the digging. Cut off all i 1 : : PHONE:: NO. llO

HOW ABOUT THAT wfoo are growing the fm-st varieties ( broken endnd thin out :Driller CALL ME AND:: I WII! COME: FOit

and to take dons, and A YMfR CLOTHES. .
trait, arrange } interlacing' root* i ie prepared to drillARTESIAN a
ting and runner, a* the ease may j thinning of the roots of all 51
: IRRIGATION PLANT? from the tree or plant that ". ". : at the time of planting, par WELLS

T please jou. The nurseryman will r> they crowd acid
glad to take the cion or bud-wood i r. will do them < in any section( r'lorkla. S. BULLOCKREAL
,\). y'6 ') We ..(* beadquArter for Gasoline Engine -. In"r .
,... w't r propagate1 trees from them for you. the ;I ios. of root*,'.cut Sack .
Pomp, ate.t ,
7 i Many painstaking home tbe tree from I Ten year ot successful Well ESTATE
t 1,Set as figure with you Drilling I.i a Guarantee of my'
planting rigorous ; according to the extent.of.
: t. now practice ; e Ability to produce the best- .......................
," : Office"md warehouse, Nebraska A,e. UUO MACHINERY CO trees for stocks and top-work tbi left On: two or .threeI result '
,b\:/ : and 8. .A.'L. Railroad. i with the dorsa that they have I *, remove all branches ex. I INSURANCEExamination

s. Phone %J2J>.L. TAMPA*.FLA. Too much' sirens can hardly be ': or four that you have e- -

,, 'rs' .. x t.I I upon the importance of this"ekctH. | form the scaffold or frame TWO AND FOUR INCH of Titles aSpecialty. t
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It 'is even more imtxtrtant in the tree. Shorten those that .
I orchard than in the commercial ut one-third. Peache, apn- I : .! ;.

chard. When a man wishes to incre all other one-year-old trees, P. O. Box 3.U ,"

: ILM.D: MARSH & Co. : { the value; of his live stock, he br be tnmmed to a whip. ,f[ ; : : Florida: , ; from his best animals. The same .
I ,| the Tree: In plantirg theI __ I -
t $ IN PINE LINE OP ciple may be applied to the fruit them from the
d" I nursery
with equal| profit .. in at once on Home con- JENKINS & WOODIIAM '
Time to plan
Look Out for Healthy Stock. I| (shady if possible) near ,I your

r- G ROC RIESPA .1 careful not' to introduce diseases .itA:. Heeling in i I. aimply !i I SUMMER VACATION'ON

I' insect pests-on the stock. Most of trench deep enough to hold ,I and THE BEACH :

I dissemination of fruit pests over putting the tree in at a i Surveying ,t.
_.M AND PU"_ Write toM
country is through infested stock. or slant, preferably with ,
j' nEE DElIVERY to all parts of 2 city. Prompt ad I eolmoll attullo. nursery offer a very favorable to the north and cove Drafting ).,
't" .d .v ..Op._ H O.. gOs4t for the spread of these trouble roots firmly with soil. A* RS. A. S. LEXINGTON I .i{
K borne fruit gardens have been needed for planting, take I '
I I -
; Daytona Beach Fla.
its t. -.. -.'-- or seriously injured by paste as manly. can be plant- OFFICE IN:FRA'tE&NITTHALL, I ,j
I .' In this way. Ignorance in this and when taken out where ..'
) comevery high. cover same with a wet bar- E' ISSIMMEE.'FLALOOK For term of rooms 'i
: The and boardREASONABLE .
t al. Require the nurseryman; of whom carrying them where kw,

purchase tree, or plants to ) be planted. .
I -- --------- ----- --------
Call and see my line them shipping. the area for orchard out
I serymen do this. This will destroy and set each tree just FAR :.L
: DRY GOODS f SPRING GINGHAMS inaect life. Examine them take have been set. To on Ocean Avenue //1,

on arrival. Look for the curfy a planting board made a* N Q 1.r 'yr
i: WHITE GOODS Beach front eastern + x'
: '. STORE < N Ing of scale insects on the I ; feet long three niche exposure t i

4 ( EMBROIDERIES for borers, low down in the stem; half an inch thick. Make a ......
I root-knot and crown-galls; for at each end one and one- j
MRS. E.. L. PEARCE LACES, ETCROLLINS ed tip in pear tree. Discard I wide, and another of the =- --- )'

burn at once any fruit tree or i exactly in the middle of the FIORIDARWlESTATffORSAUBeautiful ( f/

Bcamati Building with knot. and galls on the roots. 'I stakes that have been ((
you are suspicious of the plants it I the position of the tree r winter home Bites situatedIn
always wise not to plant them until I small) enough to fit into these I the Lake Region oj Florida. {.

r .. -- -- tain' they are free from pests. I!I i i Place the middle notch frucldAg, and Farming Lands in large f

1 h! home fruit-grower cannot afford to. 11 11II { stake. Drive a peg into or small tract a.

careless about this at each end, pull up the..mid' .CITY PROPERTY A SPECIALTY l

COLLEGE Winter Parker II Young Stock the Best. -- Young dig the hole and then re List It.
er N I .. against the two outside You'll! look far and wide before; your property with me for quick '
>KHT COLI.ROK; AN* MO,.. M T.._a6AUTIYUL I ) C A M I'U H IN rUJBIDACollcu is generally the 'most 1 Baits. k kr
*, Academy Muotv Espre..low, Fine Arts Do- | Many home fruit-growers, tree may then be set against you'll find a better, more up-to-date ,.

'? ?4; racntic and laduKtrlnl' Arts, Bsi.InessNorpral Course those with small suburban' tots, notch, and will' be exactly H. M. Breaker & Co. :t tI.
the mistake of planting trees, vines stake was, 110 that no sight POOL PARLORLook ;
Tweleti btdldu>.i/.. four ftrirmfttorl, imimrmtm. ,....IP.. *lmm beat. ..1"'U.r IlKhla, ..
S .,' Hr.Isar*t..rh.normu.u'Ida,n', inal.rt '|U.rtJr million dollar ...,...."."t. plant that are too old. In some necessary. After the tree I Box J78 KISSiMMEK. FLA. ,;) ;
",..n. dUIMM two Bi.......luMi.1IhOrt.! rl... pull the two outside
.. . .. four to six old up us over today-you'll d'
t' / I Hu. rti ti w "m for 1i1<.ln_. .H .1..1.l rmt baukLAH "'jul">ucb. sfiolnc- cases, trees years -- -
.. ra... .lea(7le.-wrUar..wn Instructor *111 j_". are desired for "immediate fruiting I them in plariting the next :
I N.<* cnniRV| end pbyili-al. UtiuraU>rl_ Miulppwf with "" T'lIuod.'a devise, .r.- more then pleased wjth our up'-to-
,).' f.rl/llaanfo.daw.terpreparekm. ; ,..r ..Dill.....""." 111_. give fairly satisfactory result; ; date
I uil... b+..lne. o.I"lnll Iollnl, '_ 1..11, b.akN ball I bur ,. equipment. W. L. IfflJ DOZOB$ *
d "bill"I.....o' I4t.ata lu IwW lwfl.. ( "ODAeeI'II."tAl" usually they are so large and their ; whole large enough to accom-: .
.,4 i' t.'bl.t/an\ but uMenomin.horses.aprnsnt' : m..t.; arhol.nblp..vallable.y . system Is so limited in proportion to : 'th. 'roots without bending Popular
% YwCalsk.a..ddrMi. WM P. 6LACkMAN, PII. D.: LL. D., P'.I..... ,
.top that they do not recover deep enough INJ that It may *.
., from the effect of transplanting and deeper than it wa in the .'H.; E BRYAN .f';.
._ ._ . hardier J
Tt -- come Into bearing buU sligbtty ; The the digging, the 1
-- -- .j'
e thus-younger-tree planted at the fce the boe.) The labor -

f George |N. Saunders tlm..' Morever;: they seldom may be greatly lessened by Real Estate ",:
W. S.
as ylgprpusjas" th*, yow au,trees, a deep furrow along line HARWELL ,

M BOAT. BUILDER usually outstrip :them> loUini*: of trees i la to be set: Put REAL ESTATENotary \ "J,
general evidence Is that It pays& to see soil On one side ojf the .. L .;,;",

"' Are* (for "FERRp" E. ia young trto .'' .,.en' 'when "erne, )Is ,,ln, the''subsoil 'on the other. Public:at Large :: 1i ti! !

t ref' hurryfor frultt: TIn < .?.,. -, <.'';:v- .'good,black soil) in the bot- Offloe over. ,.,'rUb.* on's Pbaraaej ORIDt: ,
Y: :- KI8SIUUEEA?, FLORIDA "" tp. nY'parts, of/the 'Y.t.,'and ;: -." ;hole' ";the'!: 'trees'-*;'and';' KI {Sl MEE..FAA: y, KISSIpMMP.L>.,'r.r, Fj" .;S S.0..1 ,

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err dy ,t: ," ;jf' 51' ," I' .,..' ! . .)0 i I' '.. era.""t'. J..'" ';:4,.f :.1.1t .
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'' <: CLoun Bar ptret. ,,This 'i. going*. be ei very W. wrlx1f :

t large building' and,.will, ooo be l adJ .. ,Spring ,FleffliBg,

F2.i IJmpto-Y.e. Your orange'"CtoP. ,. ,,1 for occupancy ';
-, 11 Mr.' Dan'Tyler,'' recording. 'secretary rANcv*Groceries CLEANING': "-

ITEMS,.. OF INTEREST CUPPED at the Board of Trade. has quite a force I'AMIL'YFRESH' PRESSING ., J

t UP.TO. 'YOU-Your crop bas a good atart J- your tree will : FROM THE.ST. ILOUP. TRIBUNE ot carpenters at. work'.rectIo"' a pica, '. DYEING a.*

S :: ITS 'their best;but they must have the right kind of plant food t' --..;, large dwelling om his lot an West. Bay .-AN.D.... ':>.' ''

to help) them hold and mature the fruit they now have, to increase . Comridi J. street;. .REPAIRINGLeare ... :
F. Bullard arrived on MEATS.
Its shipping to .the trees and to.give .: -
qualities strengthen Mr, Harry Whoollery: who recently ...
II : the fruit the Z Thursday with a ear of household goods
to .true "FLORIDA": flavor which nothing can __ \
came iiere from >>-
Ohio' baa
counterfeit. And that's the majority of discriminating citrus from Paw Paw. Mlrb.s, the load includ- ; about completed word at my Tiousi and.loth*

.growers are,always itto get; .' .* Ing.a: good hdHs> the Florid( highway the south aide "
Use his fiv rlcre tract just'!,south of PatronageSollcltedNorthKisslmme.
on .
Fruiter " '
; :Artuourfs Orange.
of ,
town. ,

fit :, .Armourte:Frujt. and 'Vine,)mv: .. the immediately Folsom addition build a!good on which hornet-be He will has ';: R ,.*.W..C.,'Jordan. and family,.,who' I, 'Phone No.;) Satisfaction.,GuaranteeTHE.LONG {

' ':IArlUo Blood 1. Bone and Potash have! recently arrived from Kansas; are .
,I' : some property on the lake whichbe
'" It getting ready to build a residence"
, .., i:J ,feri.mzerexacUy adapted to jour' grove is-ln. the Armour line Intends to Improve this fall and win: the south aide'of near South Bou STRIDES
,,' '; 'BOo wby not get the benefit of their experience T "A poet card wU\\ tel,'. .He"ls' proud of''lIne' set ring levard. ' ,t r,which we have made in the Plumbing #1
",S bring full Information given him by the Odd Fellows of bis old / business are the results of our broad
Z Better trail: "ARMOUR'S" than "wish you bad., home town,at a reception just betore be committee Is at work arranging for '', and honorable policy of treating the V i
the building of a new church which. public not as birds from whom every
t' left
< t' ,po.. work is to be hurried right'along. 'Y feather should be plucked, but rather t

Z I MANUFACTURSI) BY : J. W. \}ulre. writes from the hospital Mr. H. J. McKeown is building just' as would customer be identical whose with future our .welfare success.' v I

,\ .. ARMOUR. FERTILIZER WORKS; at Columbus, Ohio that hie wife is south of,town' as is also Mr. A. K. Bill- ,/ In treating patron liberally-they'

i ; FLORIDA rapidly improving; fronv her operationand man and'Mr.. Clint Fulton. have returned like treatment. many'

r JACKSONVILLE asks through' the Tribune to thank Mr. Albert Herrlngtpn, who came fold. \B_= a ''v '

the friends here for their cheering : here| from Kaniam few weeks ago and
S.............. ...r..... remembrances many and loving words of J purchased the Bunker Hill property; is PIONEER PLUMBING,.SHOP

t. *
doctor thinks she around the 7'
encouragement The making many improvements ... H.EDMUND: WABKY. Prop'r-
r can leave 'the hospital in the next two place among .them is 11' porch on three 1 OfFICE U UQUUMir RRUIIIAU W. i;

or hree,weeks. and as soon thereafter sides of the house. "

!, I Stop, At Our Garage aa she can Miafely travel. will return Mr. O. C. Kerr; who has been spending {'\ ...' "
144Si1 I home. < some weeks 'at Kepkuk Iowa has
and will notice to your satisfaction Y
" you -
returned and made some improvementsabout EVERY SUCCESSFUL MAN ACHIEVES
,1 j9 the fine display ofmotor Mrs. JacobHoffer says she cooks cow his premirei: La:.tu Davenport. fill",|

j' cacaos have 'forUvery peas in a very appetizing manner by Dr. Mark M. Kerr of Cincinnati 0., SUCCESS THE SAME WAY- '- -
i *. ... and Sale taking the pods before they attain full has recently purchased a very' valuable .---S .BY j SAVING MONEY -_'_.5-

:. We are agents for the celebratedE growth and breaking them- Into short tract of land Davenport Colony. v ,

: M F Automobile, You-can bnypleasure lengths: enough to fill a quart measure We have a regularly organized baseball Do you want to be successulT Start caring now. Put jour money' In' .

i and boil, them in water with about a team no'w. The .boys have their J
t for the same price yoJwill ,
> have to pay for trouble. A half-teaspoonful of soda. This takes uuiforms, which are gray colored and! ,, CITIZENS BANK OF' KISSIMHEE
flavor to
f' "Pl t little investigation will convince away the somewhat strong present a fine appearance.
k' some tastes and makes them very pala- About the greatest advance move- .
'; A5 GO D A EW' you table. Then bacon can be added and ment that has come to Davenport is the We have more Savings Account' than allY other flank In
Osceola County. -1.
Steam Vulcanizing and RepairingriffiiZ'S If desired. 1.
1 potatoes newly organized Board of Trade of
which JudgeSands; is the t'ealdenLThis A Savings Bank loaned FREE. If you haven't procured

'- : GarageMILLER Comrade Z. Barager, who built the organization is proving to be a'realliv.e one, do so at once.

first house on Delaware avenue and one --. --
wire and is reaching out after everything -
BUILDING. BROADWAY of the first in town haa entirely remod- that would tend to Improve or XBTHVB: E. DONBOAK. Preaiduit W, B., Noarox.. . Carflar. '

eled it, in fact made a new house out
. .._- -,- --' ----- beheft't Davenport. Among the differ-
---- ---- -- wind-
it, and in addition has put up a erent enterprises that they are bidding

.".... mill and pumping: plant for the purposeof for at this time are an ice plant a tel-
his when water is
irrigating garden
ephone system an electric! lighting
needed to make things He has
grow. store meat market and
plant a drug a

, ROSS GRAVES also putting made out many plants pretty, shrubs Improvementsin trees and a bakery. ;
There is no more desirable location: in Ideal FertilizersBest

CARRIES A COMPLETE STOCK OF grass. -- the universe for a sanitarium than right i k 1 ,

herein, Davenport. Located as we are
Comrade W. S. Hotchkiss writes
this famous high ridge the higheet
: HARDWARE from Derby, Conn., that he will be gladto on }
point in the state, with beautiful Lake .
take five shares of stock in the local
Davenport affording such bathing privileges -
I telephone company. He further says
PAINTS, OILS, FENCE WIRE AND STOVESAND he and wife jumped out of the fryingpan with pure water and delightfulocean To gain a place on our regulaiJist a. formula must not only produce '
and gulf breezes, this is a nat- results but retulU with a PROFIT. The user of fertilizer'
j SELLS THEM AT EXTREMELY': : r R ICE S into the fire by going: North for the ural health resort. ,considers the effect on his pocketboolc-the REAL result "
, summer as they have had a "hot" IDEAL FERTILIZER produces the right effect for it works ,
time of it. The temperature up there Mr. I. C. Trumble, manager of the with Nature. The preference of each class of Vegetation for"'IU ''
:" BROADWAY KJSSIMMEE.I FLORIDA has much higner than Davenport Hardware Store, who is in source of plant food is carefully studied as well as the proper proper-' .f
I regularly run
Illinois on a vacation will return soon. tions to give perfect balance-no lack no waste. .... D
down here with a greater-humidity and With application- food vegetation '
proper -proper. outgrow
Mr. A. H. Leonard and his sister, a
d accordingly more discomfort. They anticipate diseases and insets to a great extent, and being strong and vigorous;
a return to St. Cloud in the Mrs. Ada Hooker of Elgin, HI-, accom- produces fruit that is pleasing to the eye and palate mm) ,bring:
1 Hooker by two granddaughters of Mrs. financial returns pleas to the grower. ,
early fall. Misses Aryilla, and Ada Morey Do not.lose the maximum profit due you by' using poorlv balanced'f
have recHCtly arrived here to make plant food from Improper sources. IDEAL stand for PROFIT.
.1 We are to have-paved streets. The their home)with us. They expect to Call on our local agent ' k

work began Monday morning on Tenth build. r

:1 street, where more grading will )be required - - WATERS & CARSON GROCERY CO.
H. C. STANFORD COMPANY Florida Maps. 1
than anywhere else in the !city. or address'Wilson .
Upon receipt of 25 cents at the Valley .
Amar.", the men with picks and shovelswe "
number' Gazette office pocket_ map.of Florida & Toomer Fertilizer Go.J.. ,
} Carrie an Complete a Lino/ ol noted quite a veterans will be mailed to any address In the ,. ,
and they kept at it all day long while'in United States. We can also furnish s sri1

DRY GOODS NOTIONS Northern cities on the same day we maps of Osceola county at *1 each and .' ,
<' read of men dropping from the effectsof will be glad: to estimate on sectional maps

, "., ' I heat while walking along the streets: of any kind. ,
S "
\ ) .
Some member of the Council committeeon

., .,\':_\: :?'! SHOES and CLOTHING'' .,' ,vi;.\ !;\,, streets was present all day and Answer. .It Honestly II _
" ' didn't even bother enough about the '
. I ML
\ heat to carry an'umbrella. -- The BASS MARKETBatd !I : .

aM can be found In Inland Florida -- "T* Are the Statements of Klssimtned! f\\ ,
.nd ..ell. tfaeMAS r
Early in the week! our city hud H visit Citizens !not More Reliable i
n Building One Black from Depot
CHEAP AS ANY I from Dr. Hiram Byrd of the Florida Than Those Utter

State Board of Health, Jacksonville, St range; r .

HOUSE IN AMERICA \ I and Drs. Hicks Winn and Derbyshire Fresh Florida M EATS of all kinds. "

J Kissimmee., They were here to con- and Western ] > "' >
This i is a vital question.It .
sult with the committee appointed by
is fraught with interest to Kissim
the Business Men's Drs. POUL-TQY--EGGS. '
League- Cooper mee. ' FRESH FISH ,
Farris and Eulenfleld-over future

H. C. STANFORD COMPANY sanitary plans for this community. It permits of only one answer. Special Allenlion to Phone Orders and Free ,
. It can not be evaded or ignored.
.,, was the opinion of the visitors that the A Kissimmee citizen speaks here Delivery to any part of the city. Thane 189
Kissimmee, Flprida city should buy a tract of land and bury j.'qf j.
Speaks for the welfare of Kissimmee.A .
refuse. Dr. Byrd, in reply to an inquiry
--- --- --- --
--' citizen's statement is reliable. '
said he had never known of a case K
An utter strarger's doubtful.
. . . of typhoid infection in Florida from the Home fs C. A. CARSON, President CT." c. BRYAN SECRETARY:
-- -- --- proof the beat nroof.
use of well water. '
George W. Ballard carpenter Dil-

lingham avenue Kissimmee Fla., : The Waters
says & Carson
Comrade B. G. Merrill of Massachu-
"I am pleased to recomme'nd Doan's
N. F' BASS ', setts avenue has what is known as ,
Kidney Pills for I have taken them on
"yard,beans" growing in his garden.:
different occasions for kidney trouble
The pods shown us were about twenty-
and backaches. This remedy has always Grocery Company
five inches long and well filled with
I CONTRACTOR and BUILDERS I brought relief at once and has
beans He says a hill or two will yield
proven beneficial in every way. 1 haveno
plenty for family use. The pods are
hesitation whatever in giving this Wholesale and Retail Dealers in-
brittle and be broken for cook-
can '
Does General] Contracting and Building and. Furnishes Estimates up testimonial."
ing as in case of the ordinary or .
on Structures: of an size or Dimensions: whether snap For sale by all dealers. Price 60 cti.
string beans of the North that
_ jt be a Two-Room Cottage or a Tourist HoteL Foster-Milburn Co.,,Buffalo,N. Y., sole ;
they artf not very stringy. His vines
agents for the United l States.
*-, Makes of have on them at' the same time blossoms -
Specialty WELLS
a boring ARTESIAN Remember the nameDoan'lal.dtake eI"I'
in which .he has met with the greatest success and pods and beans ready for no other. -- --

'f" of any-man jn Florida. cooking. I
r +++++++++++++ ++++ ,

" will Give be him well, your and. quickly work Gone.Kissimmee' ; Fla.NNNN DAVENPORT Ili t CRAYSTON; I I'I HIDES"' tf

Interesting. Hems From That Thriving GRAIN FURS

Little Gty. I oru tu. m' YEAS FERTILIZERS i

:. .\.........._..._....................................... I WOOL
: Since our last report in the Gazette 'I 2.50 to 8.60 per day. ShflNGLES .

, i WHAT IT MEANS I IA i there have been many improvements in Special by week or month. I ORANCE AND
i MIOl people do Dot DOw what a Baok' / for ..... and around our thriving town. The new
.. Cap/ or the d1tt.r. be- II E. N. THURMAI, rrtp. L D. rORTEM, Np.i . of little or ao'4laDdoD.with a large oapttal.i II park, named after Governor Gilchrist ORANGE WRAPS ALL

( BANK'S CAPITAL. AND SURPLUS :. is being beaJtified and a bath house is t 4 --1-4 145' It I6 -+I +I+f.+++++++++, '

\, i I.the fund thai protect the deixMltor from I...., iherefor.'be target It li tb i I VEOETASLECRATES COUNTRYPRODUCE rl
being built in it on the beautiful beachof ,
l Creator protection the depmltora n.... mil bank. h.. aI .
Capita)of ... Lake Davenport. This, by the -
Rurpliu l fund of .. ...... .... ltd.MO OO I way CRATE. NAILS itilll
1\1 '
;\:, 8too bold...' liability ......... ...... 6O.OUO go iI was named Gilchrist Park because the tl tlT 0

;'',' A total Of... ..'.......".. I1ZMOO-. 00 r i . land upon which it is locrted was atone e rlgrtd fir o wet
.t't, Thl.meaD.that we moat lee/Wf.D00.o0 before'our ...poelton.lei toga a .. time the property of Governor Gilchrist '
fl oat Tbi. proteotlos I.Jor YOV. 'I having been adjudged by him to be the For truHMmaixt frail gmwere. For \\ We sell field and. garden seeds of all kinds. x
I folk.who want\a know about FlorIda. I +
:.l I ? STATE BANK OF KISSIMMEE! Most beautiful ,spot between Jacksonville UY. *Weekly.send$ loo for Q tea"'u.lrlal month- We give special! attention' to fitting out hunting and camping ,

"i ss --or- and Tampa &crlpi| *2 f",..,..Bright.Clog parties.. : 0 -- '44S Wl ,

!; 7 Ki.antryiMrta. RLOpI,, *. I Mr". Arthur Keat, one-of our merchants ,
-- + ? - -. THE FLORIDA GROWER Free delivery In'ctty limits. Phone No. 13. -
r .
: = o. A.. CARBON '- JOHN Y. rid . ha just'Iaun hed very fine ; '
Ii N. B. CARSON 1vsae, ,
8OO FlorUa Tarp pia
I We are. county agents for Ask'us for circular t.
I good
".;'\ S Predde"t'. .. '\ Vloe-.Jd.Dt .Oahiet, .. i Indian,canoe on Davenportlak..' fertilizers.): ,
fi,1:' -\ \ a&!' .\_...........__......__.__" __.NN' J.! I, Mayor. .Hitchcock ..' budding 'a banfijl' .. and priced on fertilizers. i *- **' \ "**.

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'' of" 't ieben" by.< 'paying"on::halt the" tuition -, :" : . . 'I ....'
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A r ion we feel greatly indebted to"the local ,. "

'' 'WI &.' KAAIU <. Editor" stad'Prop'r. What the Press Has to Say of.'ThisProsperous trustees for allowing us the free use ..of Interest from Our Busy

9. J. TRIPLE-IT, Associate:: Editor.PUBLISHED of the high school building'and grounds.
Neighbor Across the Lake.
City. Be It further COTTERS DRUG STORE

r EVKHT FEIDAT. Kissimmee, -another of Florida's 'progressive Resolved that'a copy of the.resolutions The Park bas lU defects like all other

? Office) In Valley Gazette Building.. and growing cities'has ban- be presented to each professorand places, but it must be conceded that it
.OSCEOLA COUNTY,FLA. ished cattle from its. streets, As was that a copy be -furnished each of has-the best climate in central Florida. SUCCESSORS TO MORTON ,DRUG CO.:
SUBSCRIPTION. .ttATESt the case In Bradentown, the. cow advd- the following' newspapers,. viz, the The people here are very busy now

: .' :.. .. . ., ,.. ,,-1.s100 Improving their' propelty. there'
:11 or.acer.aN* "** ? "Jlejopy. made fight, but the progressive Lakeland News and the Kiasimmee BO no
I e o.. SUIL _ntbo.. .. ...:...<..\..L.... 10 sates a strong .
; had majority on' the Gazette with time to'pla1-, .r. Proprietor I
element a Valley a request. ,thattbey'publish LEROY CQTTER,
All eomranntaattens, except fromeuifl author.tSMd Mr. F. A.,Kritz ha residence
ordinance passed witha purchased a
.4 1 I enm>pond nt*.must be signedfcrthe writer Council and the the. same.COMMITTEEON
M etod utter will not. be nttarmd unless 'm.Jorlty.-Mauatee River Jour RESOLUTIONS. in Kissimmee where be intendsto .
.i i Mad 101' ,. .. .. J n r .. ," C."A.-STRICKLAND,'.Chairman.AJJKABELLE.McKAT .' move this fall. This will reduce the 615-61.7 Franklin Street

petered. at the Pastofllee la KIsslmmM.. FTa..asasuonilclaae , Secretary. size of the.Park tree for a while, but ,
mall matter. "
Klsslramee celebrated In great styleon 'I we hope there will be more buds added

t but way-minus the proverbial soon : TAMPA FLORIDA ;
Friday, July '21, 1911 the J2Utr- f ( ,
........... , barbecue nevertheless the large HENRY DIEJTENBACH Mr. E. E. Fairbanks was ill Jut

crowd who went down fr6m Orlando week; but is better now. l I J. .

the day. much. Orlandoand Messrs. J. E. 'Mattocks and J. Mo 1 ,j
; enjoyed very Died at wsbs,..fta., on the Night' r
'f" ,:, I Oar MAGAZINE EDITiON b Kissimmee crossed bats' in the Pbatter brought over a land-seeking -
.. 1. ,".
morning, in which 'the Orlando team of the 17th. part'last week. THE COMPANY
loss f .nenJ Jimtribationami
t : ready r.
y ,( won; irf the afternoon the Kissimmee After a long l and painful illness Mr. Air. Harrington who went'to Tampa with "a Capital Stock of '.
\ In had at (A>* officm at This Is incorporated concern
eon and Sanford. teams tried conclusions i Dieffenbach into a few weeks ago on account of" iI an

i'fp'- 36 eantt par copy. Tttm onor- the Celery City boys capturing the honor Henry passed eternityat health returned here Tuesday morning $50,000.00, ALL PAID IN. $5,000.00 is being !expended in ,
I.I.r r Eustis, Fla., on the night of the 17th, interior and exterior improvements, making our sCore one of the
I moss e.iIHiJ_, to filling -South Florida Sentinel. teeling much better.
I. and his remains were (aid to rest in the ,--- _.----- -- .. handsomest and most attractive in the State. $45OOO.OO is
oat this mat.zin. malt*it n*te.- cemetery of that city the following day. "PRESTO, CHANGE. being into stock, and will consist ot everything that could
1 h Kissimmee has decided to not be a
; c } :. tary for am to charge omr regularmuomcnkmrm Deceased leaves a wife and daughter, BEFORE.: pos8iblybe] needed or desired by Physicians in their practiceby -
public cattle pen after October 1st. Mrs. J, T. Lewis, of Eustis, 'both ot Ttey went to A awell -restaurantAnd "-
ro th* gator rat, much This question settled, the next move is whom were at his bedside when death ordered tender duck. Hospital, Nurses'or Individuals.? ,
t ". ,0h do But whin he went to carve the bird
f' .. t eo.'I sidewalks.
\ roc rgr to enforce the building
claimed him for its-own. H. met with awful I..c. SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS

Orlando News.In Mr. Dieffenbach was born in Pennsyl-
The oily duck clipped off the plate HOSPITAL and NURSE SUPPLIES I
i I -r.= vania iii 1828; moved to Michigan I ig And splashed Into her lap. "

,J'' Avoid heat prostration!1 Osce<>Ia county, reports from different 847 end engaged in the lumber business The gravy bowl turned up.lde down i We handle a large and complete assortment of "KNY- i.

d f Kum to Kissimmeeb -' sections indicate about an aver- ; went to California in 1851 in And covered her with pap. SCHRFERER" instruments, recognized the world over as the .;'i.

j s; Kool and Kumfortfcble. age orange crop. The following received search of gold, in whtA state he lived .But did that maiden Jaw him good STANDARD OF EXCELLENCE. Rubber goods of all character -

/'e July 10 is from W. L. Van Du- And cry "Oh, my new dressl" and for all Bandages. AMorb'&nt and Medicated ,
$ An ocular demonstration that Kissim until 1874, when he returned 'to Pennsylvania And drop bun like a redhot cake purposes. j,
zor, at Kissimmee, the largest shipping and got married. He lived in For making euch__a messT Cotton, Crutches, Trussed and Supports. .
is bound to
r mee grow.
Did you count the little citizens at the point: "The orange crop in this vicin- the latter state a few years and then Oh, nol! She-whispered:""Lovey dove,
7 ity will be about the same as last season went to Texas, where he engaged inthe Don't-mlnd. That's nothing dear. SCHOOL BOOKS y"

late baby.. show ___ and the grapefruit crop will be sheep business, and in 1884 movedto. Just So we move can that spoon screen In here.a little" bit A complete line of School\ Books as authorized by School -i'

It may-be a source.of information; toP about 50 per cent of last year's rop.I .this city and lived here constantly Commissioners also fll)1') line of Tablets, Copy Books, Slates, 'I'

many of our readers to know tl t tbe would estimate the citrus crop to be until 1906, when he removed to Eustis, AFTER. Pens and Pencils. Prices in line.
t Into their room
3 oldest Civil War general now Irving is shipped from Kissimmee at 75,000 to 'where h6 remained until the end came. Where flno feast was dining spread. 1J'

im y Samuel Gibb French, the Confederate 100,000.-New York.Packer. during his life here Mr. Dieffenbach She took her place down at the foot, FINE STATIONERY "1

G veteran, who during the peat winter celebrated was engaged in several business enterprises While he aat at the head.
In this line we the best products of Eaton Crane &
his ninety-second birthday at The Council of the County Seat Attain the duck
City skipped oft the
which plate
among was running our And flew Into her lap. Pike and Geo. B. Hurd & Co. writing paper in all fashionable tl:

Pensacola= Florida.:;: passed the long-debated ordinance last principal hotel, and was always regard Her Parlii silk was all smeared up colors and tints, and in all staple and novelty shapes. '
I' -- -- - '
other livestock
week to prohibit cows and ed as one of our foremost and most With oily Juicy sap.. "
J We have received the Legislative Edition -
from running at will on the ,
honored citizens. While for' five ENGRAVING
I years Then quick the table went slam, bang! -
of the Weekly True Democrat, the
streets. The vote was a tie, and the he has lived in another city, he never The dishes all broke up. ;,
I df first of its kind, we believe ever pub- deciding ballot was cast by PresidentW. ceased to call Kissimmee his home and I He lay beneath the whole shebang.All Wedding invitations visiting cards announcements, and

kr 1'shed in the state Iris a most creditable B. Makinson. It was a close call, never once did he forget the ties, of smeared with red catchup.And monograms, stationery large line of samples'always on hand.

,} effort? even for a man with the but it was enough to put Kissimmee friendship and love that bound him to on the top there danced some one. Book of samples mailed to any address upon application. .q
ability of Editor Smith, and i is tilled Is this that maiden sweetWho '
nN 4
into line with St. Cloud and other
I progressive bur people lip always lived an honor- called him lovey dove before, CANDIES
With information the life and
i. regarding communlt'es.' -St. Cloud Trib- But now" kicks with both fret? ,,4.
able and upright life he will through
character of Florida's statesmen of to- une. arl eternity enjoy a peaceful; rest C. M. BARNITZ. Fresh shipments received daily. Huyler's., Nuna1?'Yis. Jacob's ,4'Allegretti's

day. ==-===__ .c,.. .= -- '--0 KURrOS FRQM-KORRESPONDENT3- and Lowney's, in all their dainty sweetness and in l'

s ; 't In Which Class Are You? The question of a new jail i is, being Why I Trade at Home.A Q. As a result of- batching Brown all size .:f'!
I debated by the Osceola County Com-

'!s' ':,i 1 It has been said that it takes all kind} missioners. The Florida Legislaturedrew gentleman who has the interest stock leghorns.IH About I find perfect most In of my young and TOILET ARTICLES : '
'., of people to make a world, but we are the color line two years ago of the town and community at heart, head points, but their legs are :green.: Perfumes and Toilet Waters All the best products of do-

I .' ,4 of the opinion that it takes only one when it passed a law requiring that thus explains his reasons for trading Does this disqualify them ? Would you mestic and foreign makes. Every odor and eVery toilet water ;

'f.'!, kind of people to make a city like Kissimmee. whites and blacks should be separated, with )his home merchants, rather than breed from them? How do you account that carries quality and character. Dentifrices, Manicure articles :'

.!f The'f'ollowmg from the and patronizing mail order houses. He for the leg: color? .
+ governor was empowered to remove and accessories, Facial Creams and Pomades, Talcum Powders,
Tradesman tells the says I trade at home: A. Yea.; standard demands yellow.
story officials
completely all failing to comply. Toilet Powders in great variety. c
but we are glad to say, there are fewer Inadequate facilities have prevented Be cause my interests are here. We would not breed from them "xl'f'lttor ,

:: 1 of the dumber one class here than compliance at Kissimmee for a year Because I want to see the goods. utility. They seem 16 be croxBrU PRESCRIPTION .

there are of the number three. We Because My home dealer carries me with Game.
j' over time.-St, Cloud Tribune. .
fir r. that careful when I run short Q. I am building a house 100 by2\ This department is stocked with the purest and most complete '.
hope a reading of the arti
y 4 4' c1e-will inspire those number to Because I want to get what I buy and ask your advice In regard: to I par line of pharmaceutics. We keep in close touch with the ,...,..
ones titions. Should .
bo wire
they or solid .
Postmaster Frank Vans is
pharmaceutical centers of the world and keep right abreast
r when I for it. -
become more active and enterprising pay and how ?
leading the truckers in and around Kis- bus- many with the progress of medical science in the immediate purchaseof
Because I believe in transacting ,
citizen., A. You should put In two solid partitions
simmee. Everything on his place is chemicals for this department which enables to always '
new :
ines with friends. with .
t The article follows: my ("Jpors. A house BO long
t kept and; orerated by a system so that meet the'demands of Physicians and Surgeons promptly and ,
+ rt "Citizens. in Because every dollar I spend at home without them would-- bare drafts and
name only. -
4 "Citizens* periodically Interested in he knows what every crop cost as well works for the welfare ot our county. the body warmth of the fowls would satisfactorily.. "

t; .{Ii civic matters. as his net returns. In addition to hav- Becanee the,man I buy from pays be too much dissipated. Divide tbe "

ing one of the, finest peach orchards in rest of space with wise to l suit needs. MAIL ORDERS .
his part of the town, coiiuty, ,
3. Citizens that interested .
I are every the state, he has a fine ,orange"jrroye. find state taxes. Q. How may I keep Leghorns from We maintain 'a Mail Order Department 'which is systemized to"a

,-,- day in matters pertaining; to the industrial Paradise Island, on which his grove ia freezing their combs in a locality where : science, all orders received by_mail are forwarded by first train leaving

and commercial development located "has a 'number of fine places, ,Because the man I buy: : from helps to the temperature at night often drops' after receipt of.order. -,. -

'' ." their city. support my school my church, my SO degrees below? I . ,' ' ''. t

.',{ ':YXoa will. note the,. similarity. .. of. the: several of which_wilt_be I Irrigated.the Lodge,. my home. . A. You do not state size of your WE PAY YOUR FARE '. "j ;:' ; < : ;.,', .{:'>: :

I : classification. Mo. 1 is the coming seasni.: R. W Meikeljonn last Because the community that is good house, aa that'has much do"with .
F' man who is 4-lnchrtesian"well We are members of the Tampa Trade Extension Association and ,-
,i';, deeply and persistently interested In week brought in a enough for me to live in is good enoughfor Say your bouse Is 20 by 12, nine will refund your nail Road Fare to and from Tampa, subject to Jthe rulesof '.[ "
at a depth of 172 feet sufficient to irrigate In front and rear
high seven in i'
f' himself and has neither the time me to buy in. the A'Il'ociation.' Write for full details : .
d7 nor twenty"acres.. The flow is 100 It.l
? Because misfortune bundling thirty to thirty-five on a
::- Inclination to take in when ill luck or
any part matters minute.-Florida Produce they would radiate enough body 1
gallons per bereavement comes, the man I buy I
y ;, of public'Interelt or, .general development News. to nave their com).,., though dirty ) ,
from i is here with his kindly greeting,
and he is ; -I v
improvement; willing to ping boards with frozen filth or ,

be benefited by what others do.'but contributes One of the largest sales of cattle his words of cheer and his pocketbook ventilation might offset the nntural -.. I.I"Y I

neither time, money or influence ever: made in Florida was consummatedat if neeedbe. heat. Many build a roosting closet or I
(,If he has ) toward creating Here I live, here I buy, and here I'll I closed roost, which when kept clean ,
y, any or Kissimmee last week through the .
sell.-Exchange. and properly ventilated Is all O. K. .
developing any movement that tends to efforts of Mr. R. D\\ Waring, when Mr. \\1-
- --- Osceola ;
i benefit his city or section. Arthur E. Donegan purchased from Mr. .Lumber1
J .. A Tabor Story.
"No. 2 is the fellow An Idle Dollar ,
that will
'' :J r orate on E. L. Lesley his herd of twelve thousand Count Boyenta&Ime.. Modjeska's

every occasion; he starts in under{ for cattle as well as hie pasture lands i is opportunity going to waste. Every husband, was arranging with. Senator :

n6 e! iG' ty-horsepower pressure, tells you what of about eight thousand acres, the dollar deposited in a home bank Rives Tabor for JUodJe ka's first appearanceIn U

$! \\1'10 he has done and what he proposes to amount of money involved in the deal some one in the community an opportu- Denver and the founder of dramatic : Company- .Uj

I 1;: do, tad then satisfied with himself and being considerably' one hundred nity to enlarge his business or to make art la Denver asked what parts she, *
{ 'jl :' feeling that he haa shown \he way, 'thousand dollars.-Lakeland News. I needed improvements in his surround played. DEALERS IN- -" !''II

:. wants to be let alone, until such time at -- -- ings. "Bank credit" and the "check "Well, said the count "there .. !,

i t," least that his further advice Is required 'Mary Stuart. y
R4 "' RESOLUTIONSAdopted account" plan makes that dollar do the "Who wrote It?" asked Tabor. Rough and DressedLumber it
'for he is too. busy" to devote any work of seven to ten dollars This is "Schiller" said the count .,

'I\ a of his tim. to actual work, but is will- why it is the otherwise idle money de- "Is be a first class dramatist ask

?& big, to attend meetings occasionally by Student of the Summer posited irr banks which furnishes: a large ed Tabor. WINDOWS DOORS M
tl'' '
;, 1\ 'just to encourage the boys.' School at lakeland. share of the working capital of this "Surely, surely," said the count. ,
.1, f "N6. 8 is the real article-the manthat "He is most Illustrious."
1.': I does things for his city as well aa Whereas, the Summer Normal and I you feel an interest in advancingyour "Humph I Never beard of him," '

himself, the man that is always therewith Coach School, which is beingconducted financial welfare, in.getting aheadin commented Tabor. "What else does ''r

the goods; he don't talk a great so ably, successfully and profitably at build I she do' i NOVELTY WOFRKQ
the world in to our
up 'As You Like It' and Cle-
deal,but he is out for results, and he Lakeland, Fla., by Professors McBeath and shall be ,
town community, wa very opatra,' "Macbeth'
J '' gets them. He is the that I. Evans, Ousterboudt and SheatS is drawIng -
r ; man responsible business. "
_ glad to have your banking "Who wrote them? GENERAL BUILDING MATERIAL
$ '" Y. for the city's progress, anl l.., to a close; and 30-It Stets. Bank of Kl simmee. Shakespeare." .

1. the man who gets all the cussing and Whereas, we the student body recognizing "How's he? Good writer

)(j? ei; hard' knocks. and fully appreciating the valua- Watch Kissimmee Grow.A "Excellent, excellent. .;10 .;10 Free Delivery to All Parts of City fit > "pa ; ,

vtt r '. 'The city that haa a 'No. 3' 'citizenship ble instructions which we have received "We I'" said Tabor ruminatively,

i r in the majority is just growing in said Normal School, and believingthat stranger in town inquired his way "those fellows may be all right as authors ,' ': ')

I f a ,while you sleep; there are such, and no stone has been left unturned or to a certain habitation, and was directed butj they aln't well enougb Y (If
thus: The fourth house up the street known to suit the people out here.
there is no troble to pick them out. A that no effort has\ been spared in our
He returned in a short time to his informant What we want Is sopjelhlng popular,
s' : word of advice to Mr. Average Citizen: behalf by the professors in'-charge to-
with the : "Say, I thought something that everybody's heard of. .t
I eeL !idea 'fixed in your mind that if ward elevating us to a higher plane of query
I what do her to
you told me it was the fourth house up tell ;you yon -;you get
._you want to prosper yourself you'll have usefulness and efficiency in the teaching of GLENNREAGINADVERTISERS
give us something Hoyt'sr'H.
ty the street 'Yes, was the reply, t'it
i_ t .,;to:see that your city progresses, and profession; therefore be it they 1
but have now completed an-
t1r n'.up to you to be a real worker to Resolved, that we, the student body, was, }
k "' other between it and the third. It'is M. Breaker & Co. are in receiptof
-], this'end. Another thing remember unanimously tender our sincere thanksto '
a letter from Mr. W. W. Young of ,
now the fifth. As the stranger resumed -
' 't\_ 'secretary of for their wise counsel :
your commercial organiza- the professors ,
i Liberty Center, 0., in which he :
his search he was followed by, says d
;;"'tbn'is, not a clerk; he is the general Impartial favors and for their uniform We prepare and place copy'.
"I'| received a of the Magazine
ty better It will copy
"And you'd' hurry up or
We and booklets ,
: compile print
of fcourtesies.
eft' and
i "JDBD your city, if you give ,
tw Edition of the Gazette from Mr. Pope'It I
be the sixth before you get,there. We sell CALENDARS, Signs, Bulletins
''hint the support his position demands- Resolved, further, that may we wish is fine, and the proprietor of that Boards and Advertising Novelties in Leather; > i
Kl t financial and otherwise-he wilt that after the professors shall have returned '
get re- Telephone Poles Wanted. paper certainly is entitled to a great Celluloid and Alluminum. ntI :,

I, .suits jf be is the right man, and if not, to their respective homes that deal of credit for his enterprise, and .. :. .2

-_ I weD,what would you do in your own the remaining part of the summer may be Sealed received bids by for the 6QO Osceola cypress-Telephone poles will for bringing the beauties and possibilities ,I I' _

:; bosiness with a man that can't make be as pleasant to them as the first part
Company up to July Slat 1911. Polesto of the KisBimmee valley to light, WE ARE PUBLICITY EXPERTS. +
'' '/ goodl City development is a business, has been profitable to us._ Be it. further be 80 feet long and to measure 10 the value of which from many pointsof

and It can 'not"'be run on air. If youdon't inches In diameter 6 feet from butt. view and in respects its own LONG DISTANCE PHONE 296 : '

It. 'want your, city to grow, Jut,tbei. .,Renolved. that we tender ,our thanks down.Poles must be peeled and knots shaved- people were scarcely many aware." TAMPA SUITE 4 &. 6. FLORIDA'BANK d

t';' < citizen 'Mow, 1' or 'No. 2.' If you are> to the superintendents! : and Boards of Address all' bids; marked "Sealed .

,'f'l' really in earnest'about the matter, the Public Instruction of Polk and Lee Bids, ," to the 'Jacksonville has had trouble with cat. OF TAMPA BUILDING f I. '

'>:.t ,'sooneryou adopt the'No, : 3' clsss: tbeaooner counties for the Impetus given to thecase. Osceola Telephone Co.. tie'on her streets, too-just passed an
I ... done." the 21-tf .r KJaaim nee. ,Fla. law. "
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TUB KlsslmmeeValleii.Gazette :;Mra..M. ,*A;> 'Bsfc'i .-BinnlnghW.. .;. ,Monday oigDt ia'the>:.j W meeting Dontyouknow;.1.,0"this)U.the fivereeaeonFletcber'.oniois '. h '" ,
Ala: i Is , .. visiting her mother;. Mrs.'M. date of the Board of ,Trade, and It is .
guaranteed to "
'J. "" C. Bandy .and, '''other relatives In ,the hoped a full 1 attendance will be present,. TentOt Xlulmmee, pre "
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: EVERY I RIDAYf Mr;; G t H., M.', Breaker &''pre port the'isieof Rev.-G.- M: Welmer and party', numbering 'GOING 'T'P- .BUILD ?.;. JH: : :;'-:...,. .
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> f. -BT- :; Miller an extensive tur.pentlne a lot on Mabbet St: to J.: fc. Smithof fifteen'people arrived 1" .'.
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< w." B'., feAR171. ' ...' operator at Haines City was this city Mr. Smith'in tend*, building city yesterday'' from Mlshawaka/Ind.; << ;, ..
: j transacting business, in: this city Mon. a neat cottage the lot ;
: : : da \ : on once. end 1.ltbls morning take up their i, '

,. .. .' Yt. : For the information of those who Intend residence" on the Kissimrne Prairie, NAILS. ,

ther.Report, Call at Water AE'Gr.on Grocery: to visit Apopka on the 26th, when having purchased property, there some Nails are nail., but price count: vie a.Ulor cash,

and get some new, extracted palmetto the' Cotton Fair; will be' held in that time ago from the,Hunter Land Co. and together with the fact that we buy' in carlot ,can V,

arid mangrove honey. By the quart or town, connections, can, be' .made at This i Is only a small portion of the party give you the very lowest price. In 'small lots w. sell

Following are thedailytem gallon.,, so4tMi Orlando, both'morning-:,and evening, that will Come here from Indiana, the <6< penny and larger common nails 8 pound' for 25 cents. ,.

'; perature .precipitation: s*' ** Bertha,'-Sessions, ,, returned home special trains being run-:Ion'the branch balance following In',a few week. In ,' SASH >sni l DOORS. ,

reported by, the Government last Sunday from 'Lakeland,, where ate line for that occasion. j I. this party there arseveraj carpenters r Large stock of sash-practically all sizes.. Large
tatloA Klsslroineo for the had been *' .. who will at once begin building .home variety or door for, front and inaida. Get our prices
on an extended visit to rela-
week ending July 20,'1911.f tivei and friend: ,> We are requested bY Chief Porter' for the diferent families.-, ' Mid by so doing" ,see---where.. can .ave'JDone7.' **
state that a meeting will be held In the ROOFING vJ'f' ; -
'imr. Unr The Captain and Mr. B., F. Hall of Alvaarrived 1
II.U Rev. Dav'd D. Kidd will holder.vices Council chamber next Wednesday night For a real good medium priced roofing buy'pRO-' -
'Jn the
Friday . . . .. 94 69 ... in the Epiiicopal, church on Sunday for the purpose of reorganizing the fire city last Saturday,,having SLATE prepared roofing of pretty red shade-plain ,,,
Beit come by water in a launch from the or ornamental edge-a roof that's good Sot at least 16years. *
Saturday . . 92 70 1.04 prayer litany and ael'mon department and all who contemplate tCASM
at 11 o'clock. Calposahatchee River,on a visit to their Made in narrow width aud when laid there are
91 69 .76 Joining are requested to be on hand
Sunday. .H.? son,:Mi. Edward Hall, and other relative no ugly seams to spoil the looks.' We also sell Paroid
Monday. . .. . 90 70 . Mr. Henry T. Bass has purchased the promptly at 7.30 o'clock. in this city. Capt. and: ; Mrs. Hall Prepared( Roofing which Is the best at anywhere near '

Tuesday .. . .. ''91 71Wednesday. !. . famous Rotundo truck farm, and i Is now We are Indebted to. Mr.,Henry Los* are former resident of, this; city, the .. the price-$2 for 1-ply the and $3 for Z-ply,. .. . 96 74 .|. which is I very best roofing you can use. hx
making seed beds preparatory to planting fora copy'of a Detroit Mich., paper Captain having: run a* steamboat on theKiseimmee I.

Thursday . .. 97 72 . large crop of vegetable this fall, giving a
lM"r. navoc-created by the forest fires In that many old friends were delighted to You can hay. plenty of styles of lock seta tochoose s'
G.,B Woodair returned Saturday see in and ',
from stock to
our hinges, etc. match.,
state Mr. Loss is a regular winter them
flight from a two: ,weeks' visit to again. They returned home on Our prices are no higher than many others charge for
visitor our city, and will. arrive here Tuesday, the Captain by'" launch inferior and forums will
quality, 'quality' our prices
''''''''''''''''' his old Georgia home, and"ha* resumed going : : ,, .
some time in December.A and Mr*.Hall by rail. your; favor._ S
his duties as foreman of the New Eden : _, *
Plantation. private letter from Mr.' J. M.Willaon Mrs Summers -
TH{ LOCAL FIELD.For Mary who moved .
'I ii Jr., dated New Yo.sltY': here last week from ''Tampa -.J ,
Mrs. C. T. Tison and little purchasedon .
son returned '
i states that he and Mr*. Willson are enjoying Tuesday IF SO', .
to their home at Billie's Ham through the Nelson Realty _
splendid health, but that they Co.- one of the three \ pR
mock Tuesday after several new concrete cottage -
both for the when they will '
long day
that were recently erected In PRICES;
dayswith their: parents, Mr: and Mrs the _.
Sale-Two thoroughbred Indian return to this beautiful city on. the southern ,
G. F. Sessions.For part the city. Mrs. ..Sum
Runner drakes. S. J. Triplett. banks of Lake Tohopekaliga. men moved to Tampa from Kansas '

Miss Marie Huddle'lton. is spending. a Sale-One extra good young. milk The new six-inch well at the.Ice'9 plant several months ago, where she established ,The, HARDWARE STORE '* *;
Some almost 4
cow. galvanized shingles
week in Miami with relatives. has been completed and a splendid flow a real estate business, but a
good as new, and some nice round cypress couple of week. paid'a visit CITIZENS BANK BLD'O KissiioiEE, FLA. .
Hamilton finishedthe ago to Kis-
obtained. Mr. who :
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Aren fence posts. S. W. Downing, re
Well has met with much in aimmee. and was sO attracted by Its I"
-*"burg, Tuesday, July 18th. a daughter. Kissimmee, Fla. 30-tf success air of Not.f A. 6i,,.., fora-frnf (A. fr..' ,,"
boring wells in this section, notably enterprise and prosperity that .\
Little Miss Ann Taylor, of Orlando, By an oversight last week we neg- among which was the city well- which she returned to the Cigar Town, packedher .5a

has been visiting Lucy Pearce this lected to mention that the 'beautiful flows 470 gallons a minute. goods and came to make her per- ) "
week. .hand painted cup and saucer donated manent-home among us. .
The Trade Day prize for bronco bust- plumber's wrench which he states ) Ira Basa, and son of Kissimmee Fla., .1 tare

Mrs. J. J. Griffin and children have by Miss Miss Violet Frances Bullock.Bay, was awarded. to ing was paid to Job Johnson, but It is CTT. P. A. Vans Agnew and.Hon. Ar- will eclipse all Bother wrenches of this j I the guest of Mr. and Mr. 'J. A'

returned from an outing at Coronado quite a query as to whether; Joe busted thur E. Donegan of Kissimmee have kind now on the market. Mr. M. D. Dorman for Several day. Mr. Bas is

Beach.) Mr J. C Dibble is boring a fourinchwell the bronco or the bronco, busted Joe. returned home after spending several Wilson baa purchased a half interest in a brother of Mrs. Dorrnan.'-Cordela.

Mrs. R. D. Fuller, of Winter Haven, for Mr. J. W.. Miller on the old The preponderance of opinion among days in the city very pleasantly.. Mr. the patent which he cons.iden a-very Dispatch. h'

spent the day shopping in this city Donegan place, just north of the city the spectators was that the bronco was Donegan is a member of the state I promising invention, and he and Mr.

Tuesday. limits, and expects to get a good supplyof entitled the prize instead of Joe. Democratic executive committe and is ;Boyd will share equally whatever financial

if flow. a candidate for the position of chair benefits accrue. Mr. Boyd is .
water, not a At of'the Council on may ,
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Han- a meeting City
man, made vacant by the appointmentof of an inventive turn of mind and is
kins, on Wednesday, July 19th, a Mrs. Ellen Sessions, who has been Wednesday night five hundred feet of Artesian Wells
Hon. W. H. Price other devices
as a circuit judge.Mr. now working on several ,
hose was ordered for the use of the fire
with her
daughter. spending the past six months Donegan is well equipped for the which he hopes to perfect in the course DRILLED: T
department, as well as a liberal supplyof
Miss Kathleen Peacock of, Jacksonville daughter at Largo, returned to the city place, and he has hosts of frinds of time. ANV
scaling ladders, axes, crowbars, nozzles ,
last Saturday and is now at the homeof -- -- -----
>' is the guest this week. of Mrs. J. throughout south Florida, who wouldbe ANV BIZ&:.
The Council also decided to
F. Q'Berry. her son, Mr. Geo. F. Sessions. chemical pleased by the realization of his Notice. -
purchase a double-cylinder engine. -
Mr. ond Mrs. A. B. Cheney of Haines Mrs. M. C. Bandy, accompanied by ; ambition. Mr. Donegan is at the head Notice hereby given that the Boardof First-Class 25 year Work experience ,j yf
Guaranteed.Call .
City spent the day in this city Tuesday her daughter, Mrs. M. A. Hale of Birmingham -, of the company which recently"pur- County Commissioners will receive .'
for The moving pictures being shown at chased $130.000 worth of cattle and bids for the sale of the boiler, -
with friends. Ala., left Wednesday works *( the Lake BOOM after p. M.tor .
Fraternity opera house these eveningsare lands in Osceola county from E. L. engine and complete water plant -
Miami where will spend a week writ > J
Mr. Rufus Graham, of Kiscimmee, they especially good, and prove a most Lesley.-Tampa Times. used at the court house at their regular
enjoying the beauties Of the east coast. meeting August 7th, 1911. The Boardreserves
spenta few hours in the city yesterday. delightful diversion for our pleasure W; F. HAMILTON, Kisslnnee, Fit.TOu.
the all
Mr. J.- S. Boyd, the shoemaker and right to reject any-and
-Reporter Star. Dr. C. L. Hyatt made a flying tripto seekers during the dull season. The gunsmith is bids. ARTHUR K.: DONEGAN. .

Mrs. T. L. Waring and children, of Tampa on Friday night, and on his management is making a special effortto negotiating for a patent on ; 80-8t Clerk. pa '

Lakeland, are visiting relatives and return! stopped over -at ,Lakeland to procure 'pictures that will please, -- .-,-- .-- - -. -. ----.

friends in the city. "pick up" Mrs. Hyatt and son, who and deserve a liberal patronage. ,

had been visiting relatives for a short n'
Mr. and Mrs. J. McPhatter left Mrs. E.E.[ Kulp and daughter accompanied bA

'40nday for a month's stay with friendsat time. by a Japanese servant, have arrived -

Greensboro. N. C. Mr. B. P. Mikes'ell, manager of the in the city from Phoenixville,

Bowen ranch, which lies about twenty and will soon be at home in their hand- '
.. Mr. W. T. Miller, one of the most
miles south of Kissimmee, was in the some new residence on Church street.

competent surveyors In Orange county, city yesterday and reports a most pros- Mr. Kulpwill follow in a few weeks,< Kissiminee* Park.J ,

spent Monday in the city. perous condition at his. place both as to he being detained in Pennsylvania on -

The handsome new residences of Dr. crops and stock. ; account of urgent business affairs. .

F. G. Thomason and Mr. J. M. Gardner ."J'
are fast rearing completion. Sheriff Prevatt on the order of the ,The fame Kissimmee's' Cornet : i. ,.' 1 . :.... ,
; judge of this circuit, has"transferred a Band has gone abroad'and now a num' 'r. ' <.: ''}'''-1'-f-:' '' "", ' ., '::... "
i: .Miss-Maude: Dann' has returned desperate negro murderer.from the jail bet t of our sister cities iu South Floridaare , ' //I. ', ,,:' (:" 'iJMd.j ;),' 4e""f" < I'. ," , J
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( after -pleasant, visit to here to the in Volusia county, the and will ., ,. I" "- .. 'I. "J, '! !,' d \ >""',' y .
A. Kissimmee a jail falling into line, endeavor oitj'i',.. "j'L"f", \ : \" ," !4i"1\ 1lil fI.\'tl} ] 'I' "\\.f" i,
P" here Star transfer made by the the'honors "Fort : ; \ .! ,'. '. '\ ' ., t ''" c
friends Reporter being necessary to share with, us.. My , :: :"': ; '" I , .. \

Mrs. G. A, Rexford and children have- (insecurity( of this jail. . ers, the latest acquisition to the ranks, : 'I.
week L. D. Overstreet has returned has just purchased a ''full set of instruments -
gone to Davenport to spend a Mrs. E. -
visiting relative and friends to the city from Iowa where she and %will. "toot her own horn"in < 3v

was called a few weeks ago on account future. \ ,
Mr. William Smith, an Influuential
citizen of' Kissimmee ISn the city of the serious illness of her mother. Recent advices from Mr. C. W. Ward

today.Orlando Reporter Star.J. She was accompanied here by her state that he is now enjoying life at the

daughter Miss Hilda Christy.Mr. Grand Hotel Suisse, Montreux, Switz- 'i
J, Lamb of Kissimmee was in Fort r rd
erland. his abroad Mr.
M. Tiller sold the new cottage During trip
Myers yesterday' on his way to Lake this week, which he recently had( built Ward is keeping in touch with Kissimmee .

Okeechobee.< Myers Press. south of the Lake House, to Superin- through the Valley Gazette, and

Mrs. C. H. Estey'and son, Leon have 'tendent W. A. Joyner, of the electric we are in receipt this week of an order 'I).,

9/./} -gone on a six weeks' visit to her old light plant, who will move his family from him for a copy of our Magazine The Colony Tract

i home at New Brunswick, Canada.Mr. there and occupy it as a home. Edition.

N. R. White (Yankee Ned) of St. Prof. fi( )M. Evans began teaching a. A letter from Michigan and writtenon

Cloud was in the city Wednesday and private sc&x ol l which will last six weeks, birch bark was received by Mr. C.

paid this office a most pleasant visit. in the High School 'building, last Mon W. Fleming this week. The writer that is being

Messrs. U. A. Lightsey. W. R. Car- day. He says it pays to advertise, asa stated that the forest fires had destroy

,ter and E. Skipper of Bartow were small notice in the papers broughthim ed all the paper in his neighborhood, .

in the city Monday transacting business.Mx all the pupils he cared to take.,. and he was compelled to resort to prim- '
I itive methods to let hia, friends know PopulatedKissimmee
William Makinson has returnedto Mr. R. C. Paxton who is spending a -
that he came out of the firery, furnace [ 1
Kissimmee from Philadelphia where month at Guthrie, Okla., writes the
with a whole skin.E. .
he ha been a student for some.months editor of this paper that the thermometer -

in a business college. ..... in that city stands at from 107 to L. Dunne, Hempstead L. I. tray.!
114 in the' shade. Just 20 degrees above eling salesman-for the Franklin (Pa.) rp

the point registered in Kissimmee.Mr. Flint glass works, was in the city last \
J. W. Cole, formerly of Fort Saturday, and,made the Gazette office a I '

Gardner, but now in the turpentine pleasant call. Mr. Dunne expressed - \ l

FRATERNITYSMOVING g : business near Fort ivleade, spent Tues- himself as very" agreeably surprised \I -S S.- :

: day in the city, having topped over with our climate, stating'that he foundit \ ,

here en route to his old home at Manning much pleasanter here than in the S .

I. : PICTURE S. C., for a three weeks' visit. north at this season. I j _

) T "HEATRE.p i = Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Jeffords, after a Mr. and Mrs. L. H.Ingram and daughter -I'I

. two weeks' bridal trip through Geor- 'Irene, have none to Newton Grove,
Has put on a new line of Films. '
The best ever !shown in Kissiinmee. gia, returned the city on 'Fri ,1Y N.C., to visit"with friends and relativea'i'I .

LICENSED MOTION PICTURES night, and have taken up their residence Mr. Ingram will return here .t .. y4
in the cottage in West Kissimmee first of August but Mrs. Ingram and "

J Manufactured by recently purchased by Mr. Jeff- daughter will remain among the Tar

I-' Biograph, Geo. Klein, Edison Mfg./ ords. Heels for two months. In the absence a't.. ,
Co., Essanay Co., Kalem Co., S.
X of Mr. Ingrain, J. W. Miller is looking
Geo. Meliesy Pathe Freres
' J. E. Story and wife, and Dr. C. L.
Selig Polyscope Co. Vitagraph Co. after his stables for him.
\k -.nd reet.dhy 'b ,. Hyatt, of Kissimmee, accompanied by
: .V-, GENEBAL FILM Co., of New Orleans to Mr. and Mrs. ,Green. of the same place, Mr: M. N. Uverstreet, of Shingle

NICKLIS & GIANNESKIS Gains to Tampa yesterday, where Mrs. Creek, and one of this county's most Valley Land Company
V ''!. O-O-O-O- Green was placed in the Gorden Keller substantial citizens, wa in the' city ,.
I ,'" The The reels subjects are Ire I more attractive.' Hospital to undergo a serious. operati- Wednesday. Uncle "Mack" and his i .

"Ii''' nger. good wife, both of whom 60 I .
. $I The picture are clearer. on.-Tampa Tribune. are over J. E. MATTOCKS 5
,,1 The character cleaner year old, are just recovering from an : ,
Died at Southport/on Monday July attack of measles, which be states went

Ws ARK IN BUSINESS TO AMUSE You 17th, J. G. Snyder, and hi. remain pretty hard- with them, and especially

iGIvR YOURSELF A TREAT ANT were brought to this city on Tuesdayand KISSIMMEE .
NIGHT AT 7:30 so with Mrs.Overstreet. They will go FLORIDA
Ma PRICES laid to .rest .lit Roaehill cemetery. ,to White I Springs a few days to .' < k.
5 A.; '0 CENTS
Deceased way pioneer settjer-of_this spend three or four weeks recuperating ., --- --- -- - .,.

\ir, WELCOME TO OUR MOTION PICTURE HOUSE county and one-of !its most aged citi- ,.and their many friends hope they : . .

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r (,0.rkUChanear:; *.. 1C. Laxaaoa, com.plalaaAlra. a SPOILS JAY'S WORKDon't ,
( O.Tbompaon. Krnnat V. AI.". : .. .
.and.r< Henry Whortoo. Arthur 711_All .
MTMIU claluilBf au Intarant aadrr John L. J dlyl
U1U,, dxoBuvd, or otherwW..AIL poraooi Let a'Torpid Liver Knock You l i BOUND-CONSERVATION. POLICY i
M other than I
the abort named partlna.claiming iF
an Ja .rert. In the property In \Uiii btlldsaoHlxwJ -. 'Out of W rk.Th'eretn: Governor Stabba'tell* of Ita succeai.
1 J dafandanu. a Day's, t
Ktinsaa 'following .
In in the language:
Bill to Remove Cloud; from Title "'
To All Whom It May Concern: Better Way-Read About l t IK:: .Thla la an age.of co 1eerv tlon. Pro ;
: It.appearing from thaaworn bill ofoomplalnl l I
Bled In thtaoauM that there are peraonaluu" >rantadln I hibitn! ', the. manufacture and aale'of I -
i the nropwtT Involved In thin pull, Very little ,
Identified with
outer than the known.i defendant and thai A man feels like workingand whiskey Is more closely ? ..

{ tie ramp of euoh .....noon. so infcvntated... a child don't want to go to school: a sound conservation) policy than 'are the "
unknown to the complainant, aid that relief Itprayed. Money'sWorth .
.9 f5 In paid bill ol oomplalut'I when bilious"or constipated; If you try i laws prohibiting; i .,the wanton destructionof

r, : pIt/.thereforeorderedthat*all pnnonri claim calomel to cure you the chances are the forests.. .

y", Inn an lnl reat In and to the folluwlugdeecdbedroper I that you will be ao weakened by its; aftereffects "Woodman spare that tree" is fine
,, altuata In Coimtf of Oaoeola, HUile of I
',. 'lort.4a.lo-wit; ." I that you will ,be laid tip_tof sentiment indeed, but It, is not finer j

i Lote the Iilk'.Ir(6)), eeen (7) cod IIlne'(9) otb'iee' more. So "Brewer that youth.,"
of the Floridlrtalon" .. Artculturallblrt Company'J sub i two days ws.nay"Don't thlU'\ spare .

of .rUoa >-two (:!'lh' lownnhlitwentr Take Calomel.-" We have a I Half a century ago slaves were worth ? '.
.$ ,e (26)anuth of range thlrtfono (HI)
d, eat, do appear M Complalnant'a: bill naompltntherein I perfect substitute for calomel right $1,200 In.this- country. From a purely .

filed, on or biiforethe Rule here in our store ibat.wecan. fully guarantee economic point of 'view, and aa a na-
E of It Vlh of
day Auguit ivil, tow the day Aug' .
}' L. elmUie std bill. w-lll be. taken u ioull to cure constipation and liven up tional resource, good clean, healthy, -- ...
? .. a, It la farther ordered that thin cotes be pub- the liver just as quickly as calomel.but well-educkt American boys ought to

-" Defied. vuuu a week for twelve (I2)) eoriawutlvewaxka without any of the bad after-eiTecjta of be worth much .more. If you will stop ;. ,
In lhar EliHlmmea Val ey Oaiette, a
...apaper publichdInsalt! Oauoola OmutyI calomel. Tho- name' of' this tonic )ia for a moment .and think how'many of

of general circulation\ In all county.Wima. .' Dodson's Liver-Tone. It them annually ruined and utterly We ready to.give It to pressed>> << down 0
a Mioord..Jouos.:; Judgaofaald I'': Cir is a pleasant are I arc you, I .
r oehCotnt..ndmyuameacelerk! thereof andtha tonic that mildly by the saloon and its influences -
tasting vegetable destroyed
official pal of said 7 April A...D. l\\ U.' stimi-Wates! the liver and causes it to_ you will be .so appalled that you ...

(REAL] Arthur Cl rk E Circuit Pouegan Court,; work just right to cleanse the !body witlj-) must at| "least begin to appreciate the noise like buyfng1}omcthing.. Lillie, Ceineut Lumber -' -

1I-12t Kllaa'.fth' JohnMon, I) C. .
Ily out any danger of salivation. When value of prohibition aa an economic
Ill N ) O. F. Krlbbl, Solicitor for ConjplainanU .
you try it if you do not say that it is a policy.If bvcrything. in the building mntcrlnlllru."

perfect substitute. for calomel come you think it is not a business ques-
Notice of Administrator.In .
right in and get your money back. Kis- tion, figure carefully on the annual revenue
01 Court of the POUUIT. Judgel8tnte of Floridain ,
=-- r. K ll.4>rI alliurluvABturtovant: l>cfteaaed simmee trug) Co. derived from your saloons and see ... a a- '
Notloe'/ ,la OHTOola hereby County.(; all whom U may how far it will go to meet your lossesof i.
lvM'th'Aa - - ----- -- -
J T coitoeru that on he ) of December, A. boys alone through the criminal Institutions
D. 111, i shall apply' lo the Honorable. Ueo F. HARDWARE CO.
Parker. Judge of aald' Court, aa Judge: of Pro An Ordinance which are fostered under the OSCEOLA
bate, for my Anal, discharge an AdmlnlHlratorof :
tb. K..4ate of Otherlno A. blurW'vant, >Ie. Ooveruing the M.nnfaeture. Storall" Sale and wing of the grog shop; for I assert that ,

ceased, and thai at the aamtttloift 1 wtil prekwnt Use :sal ( Omhnpt: :Iola I hxplunlve or UnnKeruu. the brewery ia originally and the saloonIs S. L, LUPFER, Managern '
ray final account aa AdiiifnlMtrator of ald Materials i l wltlitii the Fire Limit of KiMtim, t .,
r ealata, end. ask for their approval. mee. ultimately, the spawning place for -\ June 9 A. D. I"l 1 lie ft ordjrincd by the CH> Coum'il) of the Clly 'CLUMBER
A 1 N. II. CARBON, of Kitmlniniec: Florida. the gambler; the prostitute, the robber,
24-OHC0 a m-dm. Adonufetrnbnr.'tk I I.; Pur in\tin stud lift'tiven, herein provide] for the t finally the
t r wife-beater and mur-
to be pl u'auou :n wrid lug \0
-- - the tlty routed r 'i"I:!; ; lerer. The gambling house and the "

J TheCitv; Council refterveK the riKh'' I If el
Citation of Administration. any lime lu (Its judgment the public safety house of prostitution are so closelyallied r
t ..s In ('nnriof the Count Judge. Ht.'"> of Florida, MtiHll require. It, to ainiMid find add. irt tttc r.*- with the saloon that when the
Estate of hhadm M rhaiidlur. OvroolaCounty jnirenit'iitN or rfwtrirtiotift iierelti preM'nb-'d
i -Hv the JnclllR of acid Court before tho expiration of any p. relit or \IliciiNeftranU'd latter is compelled to move out of a ,
Wh.......... Willla W. Cliamlli'r. baa api 1,110,1 l to hl-reunderaud to require compliance,
this Court for Letters of A'hiiinlHlration lull.the with' a:neb arnendtnent: or Hddilton community the others must go with it LATHS MOULDINGS.iMINGLte --
I : tatateof Hhadrlrk M. bauilhir; ; as they our
el said (4'ountv of Ofceola.Thexi : in mart any< ompnund or mixture'
,are tlmrvfore. : to rite .", I."molll-h..11 capable of rauKinu n hu<:.dcti and real develop; Prohibition in Kansas is not the result -
h n and alp' 'ulerthe I ktndroil 1 and nrothpr) infill, uf KHHHBII aiK.confMHpUMit, violent lu< ream;
I i de<'eaHfMl lo be and aiqwar before DUa hurt; ; on ol prtHhunb>' rapid. combustion or decomjiuifttlou of atmospheric conditions. The

'0'4 Or brfor the 17tli lay of Jill)'. A. D lull and i climate had nothing do With it. n..a."on -
file biwtlona If any they have, to the Krant t. No person, firm or corporation\ willioutrliNt /
Ina 01 l Loiters of Ailin4ntHlration" on said mini. procuring n permit or \licfiifu t herd or was at the bottom of it all. IC was
utlurwtne the same will liv granted' t<> paid from the (itv, .1"011. within the fire Itmitk ufth ;
,, I Wallis W. Chandler or to mine other fit person .* (liy of KlHH.inmif Imnptart have, lore not brought about by fanatics but by ...... .:.,. i\o< '1\.
or ,Itvranna.rWltueim keep; manufacture tare of sell:; : any: explosivecompound. ; :: : salie, sober patriotic folks who had ,
',ISI / my name at (innty JaII/ of the <*r n mixture compound. atUpUmior Formerly McNair &' Son
County aforesaid thus the !tutu' day of June, A contrivance containing' au explosive II Cntnpuandormixulre longer I heads and more Mimmon sense
P. 'IWI1.-\ but ,Oil* proliiUitloti l shall
.1, seal'J OKO.' K HAKKEH not apply to the ortllnarr ke*piiiK Hiid. HH!h. of than .the average of the American people Dyal-Upchurch Building;, Jacksonville, Florida,

'. t Conntv Jndiff. ..mall atot arms l apart and ulu leg nltlen K<.IHH. AH hou practU fH e
6' NO' person: firm or eorjM>rati inn, Ultliout I wa. ;not' n view. theory It was as ''I and carefully graded! am'! out facilities for filling onlem! for carload lots are exceptionally good.
; Notic-e of Application for Leave to Brat nrt wring a pur in it or IICIIIM thor for a* i '
lireiii pr<,\iffl.vl nhall\ "lIhllllh.. ere llin 'UB <.fKlftHiiniiifO old as the abuse of liquor. Eleven hundred i 1-
I Sell Minor's Land. *toiiiinniilarutrt: or keep furMin
or kw 'p for iwe 1 In any phrl, trade' or intmiifH.; yearn before j/hriht, an emperorof
1 Notion'/ 'la heraby orlvch that on the 24th day of turn, mi) liquid M'I liii n will emit ;HII fnlia nuns, hie China decreed that all the --- -- --- --- -
July, 1911 I I will ny'dy| t lo Honorable I Uuorutf K V"I"Jr.' a temperature I below iln deg,,,,., I'ahrfnlu'it. grapevines
Parker' County; Judge I In ail :'> for OHocula Coun- nt ......1..1111.. lMtiatjut'M| ..1..011'1 >ronietttr. be pulled 1 up by the roots and
4 tylil.te 01 Florida" at hla often In KlmlmrareCity . except that If kept in" aeir-c mliiif inrt-al
t In said County,, for an order authorlxtngmo ems,, cxt'eodlng. one KHllou of K HOliuo. I U'ucineortiaptha burned! to ashes. Centuries before I
aa guardian" of Helen Jonea,>a minor, anaan may "e ""I"In a building unh Christ. the of
'1i heir at law of the stale of 6 K, ione. out permit thereforand' not exevedinu liveKfi'lon Lycurgus great lawgiver;
: :
: .,. deceased, to aell said mlnor'a. Intent.,private '. may be kept outHld bnlldlliiit uitiioiitobtHluinff his people, did precisely the same thingin
ale In and to the following I real property belonirlnBtoaald a ...ecl..II'rmIJ thereforil.
A9 :estate: to wit I : Ixita 4 and.6of: A permit for the of (gap Greece. :The Carthaginians prohibited -
block one (1) of KvbliiHon aildlllon to the town from gamtliue.\ bunElne or n plh. .hall only be in their three hun-
jt of Klnalmmee City= i of Florida Mid |irovertr imtut-d w herw llio supply tank In "'ut(>l'1u' tin drinking army Y r'
1d belonging to the enlate. of the Mid C. E. building and if lit "x..,-.. of nix (tt) II"U(tiHapacit dreed years before the Christian l ra.
;, .loa..... deovaiMvi, lo be ...Id for the! beat tutored \ uhilervround, at lout two feet, or KIM*
.1) of said minor heir iu. a b"lIdlnl/l."I..ell from all other LulKluiKiaud l, Draco, in his laws, male drunkenness .
l I.Thla, the l.tth day of June I'll uned ex'lunlvely for manufuotinintr' ...atan .1 offense. All .
S' a LEON IEBB) .. Haiti bu.ldl"1I1o( bu removed older""<*u pf. a capital through history'
ros Uliardlan. not lean lieu. thirty. feet from all , letddInKS.Ntreete you will l find it, and wherever it was
y or publ \places, In ntconluix'i
- with thesis and capacity of the supply and observed the nations became greaterand .

; ,, j (Citation of Administration. l"a"r.I"1"paralu.7. All, apparatus., lined for generating or f' the people mere virtuous.

rf holding iioet)'lene Kill shall be ,RO cull at rut* led, Prohibition ID.. the doctrine of selfJefenso -
b Court of the County Judire. Dtate of Florida.
1 1. locaiud and iiw d an to HWUTH tin ({r ''ttneaiure
}, Oaoeola Bounty Estate of Iota Wood, .
a of safety all mirh apparatus' to be lur.twtoutaldeofoctepid -.
"Y the Juda-e of said Court;
% ; I
p Wbereaa. f .W. Th .mpaon ttaa applied to this bulMMitr I Kansas ia simply protecting its people I It
II.100 penult tea be" leaned lor tile Ht4irnK orkeuilnK
r N Court for Letters Administration on the.d tale | fur ale or use of gasolIne) hpnyiue or from the arch of human hap- t
of Lola Mood
deo.s d. late of pail County of o.p.I" bulk nave in ruud.l. (r b.lell., | ..
OTbw'ar. the ground) ,n,1AI1 ta....... with no <*i>txitnf( \for piness. Kansas homes are protectedfrom
There/ore, To cite and admonlah all
-O BUYa'good mattress and it
drawing oft'Ontenle below me level ol the put onT
and alnctular the kindred ajid creditor t' said from Said an infinitely worse enemy to so- ,
round, but to ba drawn by pinup
.I r t -' cMceaaarl before toll be Hh'"':''ra of July before A" D1V11.this' Court. ODfli: lank must b. provided: with, a veUtUntinff pip ciety than the burglar, .Prohibition '

oblectlona.tettora: of Administration If any they have on, to Old the_erantlnir.ta\.e. other.. of exltfiidloK roiindinK buildings. and an She no such roofs. tank oi the capable mar has simply muzzled brute'that }U ten a cheap, spring ,is like'runnilga'fine .

of ouuiaiututf, more than 1 ,
\ thousand times Vicio a'mad -
to than -
: :
more :
'X .TAmmpetLieoaoa.miothhe. fit canon.. wtlhm 1K( feetof bulidiiifln but arty'much
peraon tank etiutalnlnK loss than UK) tfttlloiiH. if It has established 1. 1 automobile without tires. "
,.t' yh. 1 Wltneaa my name aa County .Urine. of theCounty dog only a quarantine ,
properly buried umltr-ground, may be located .
au'oreaaid tide the ttHh olj A.D.
day une.
: against a plague"more destructivethan .
')'i r 111Ef witniu ten feet of other buUdlitKt. -
(SEAL PAkKER.J" V. No rnurebant or otber 't>ur on ahull VeepODhaiiitoriu cholera. It has merely out .,
a ; ] GEO. F. cut a No bed is comfortable mattrrjss
it. ..., County Judge.L any abut, or on hip' j.rfinir.iNwithin good complete'without a clean !
the lire ,rail it.. more than t .ctus ()vi useless expense that was more burdenome -
------ -- '...""II..oIl..d..r or dynmntle. ni HU> >UH tini I and the No. 400 Spring This spring represents the highest: attainment
tndtliitt uiiauiity: shall I re kept in M Cafe, or siMire : on the people than all of the '''slat; .'I
: Application for Final Discharge. ( '/ lr I'.r< u' IH>X or PITMMIH i-nnlittfr shall roiiipl| b.*nd,iy or i.luawl toll 1 1Nrt > i and i comity taxes combined.STKUNC ; ever reached in its line; it contains 88 oil tempered cqils of the

Y 'x ', In Oieeola Court Cbunty.;the County In re Juda-e.fcatate i Plate of .Time of Florida n...... in In any tb.o box City or any batrel powder I. or. iu or any d>'namii,ether** < oucuHli mauin r.p..r'I'Llllllo .1 1. \ .n best Acme-steel wire manufad Lured. They are black enameled, and ;

be any other art. 'le, uitilr pro
dee'd.Nolioe la hereby erven, to all whom It may cont .Bitty uf coulfcHti' <>n of 'he" Ttolu palkxge' ntttddlllon IIKINK' IN COLO CLIMATEs. are absolutely rustless and noiseless-you don't rouse the neighbors

it) t earn that on th.IOlh day of January. A. I). 1'! I2. to. the. lion lml>oKed for vln/etI.u| ?i I In; a carefully written article by Alderman .
i ahall apply to the Hororabla Geo. F Parker IbUurdinauceIU. time turn Superior
) you over. workmanship guarantees a
firm or corporation without
1 Jodre of aald Court. aa Judge of Probate. for a NO person \1 Joseph Malms of London, Eiij-:
....ta.e01 II rat procurliiK. H pi-null or I helots tlienfor "
of the
t'' F e Time final dlecladmlnlatrelor Baua deceased: and that at the same time I lie rein. pro\ldtM., Hhull. wlilnii the fire 'Mtnltn "*'I lund he makes the statement that smooth, even surface, so that you don't tear the mattress tick

will final account aa admlnlatrator of Klritmtneestoree" utnuufxcturei kvop for purror while there has been a general idea
said eetala. and a.k for their ..pprovaL1 keep for 11..1.. any part, trade or manufalLurk ; every time you have occasion to move it.
j > July 7th A. D ml. an}' carbide that will' fr""n IollammaWcga that the use of intoxicating drinks, especially -
bASS.Sr.. Adminintrator.3B1 by contact w 1th water. I
II. A permit may be iHBued for the strait in the form of ardent spirits ,
nw4moaNotice < The No. 400 Spring is sold at a price that puts the greatest -
or keeping for itala of calcium e.'de' in waprtight is a protection against cold th. fact is jf .

J4 ; metal one pana hundred having(1UI(a )capacity p<>nnd. 01 ouch' mil, ilw.ox.seeding that thl'man' who drinks :alcoholic sleep luxury in the land within reach of everyone. If tour dealer

of Administrator. quantity exceed: nlK,.hun.Ired
aggregate(etel) pound provided ttoa auoh cans of oar drinks to keep the cold out. is really wont supply you, delay your purchase until you write us direct for '
In Conri of County ,, .Ie ol Florida ins bldebevtooed l iii a dry waterproof, well vtu- doing that which will let the cold in.
; re Stella U. Wright Doooaaed. f' 01, County.f package kepi'on the premlnea: at any one time In support of his statement he quotes superior Spring.
e; given\ to all whom It mayonoerntbalonlhe 14 It the building in lined exciuH.Tely fr 4. fi
'I 4Lhd.yof Jauuery.AD. the storage of calcium carbide .n<.llll' !I. detauhnd from some of the great Arctic explorer. i
r )*U. shall present my animal account aa Ad- at !emit thirty feet from o'hR..lnllldln.> ... GHOLSTIN-CUNNINGHAM SPRING BED CO. j
roJuUtralor the mutate of 8lrlm0. Wright, a written permit may be given by the (.uCoiruoti >' ' -
a t chased to the Honorable Ueo. F. Parker for the .torI'"e quantities In exceauofOOOpounda The first man to make an expedition Atlanta. Ga. '
Judge of said Conrt... Judge of Probate, audaak and not exceeding 2 O'MJnounn' *. Manufacturers'
for their approval prorided the calcium carbine in stored In. not across Greenland was Dr. Nansen. He ,
( l' f Dated.July 8, A. D. 191 I. ..:exceeding! pound paokniteR In paled w ttT.tmht and his had to foot spending
: DROUGHT. men cross on -
A. K. meal l receptacles lu stash bUiletl'II
F 'dtEyi 28-lanH) moa-pd Admlul.1 relor. artificial light or fire other than |to< uuteiMiHUtelvt'trif seyeral weeks on floating ice. For
shall be permitted. .
1.1 All' perHouH. 11 rum o: corparaliuiiH( failing forty days they tramped over frown .
10 comply with or volatinl.oy of (lie' trip oft with of
Citation of Administration. snow, eighty degrees frost. In
a has erd lnant.e hall oe Hued twenty \tJ4MKi" ''I)

j .r lu Court of the County Judge Ktata of Florida! Dollar for oath and. every day Hid peraou firm referring to this journey Dr. N. arisen I-- ,
_ offend
shill .1' "
the or corpiration fto r
y Elate of Amelia Hallard. Deceaaud. by ibis ordiuancti shall bo In effncton cud after said :
A ,, Jadgeofpaid l'onrt.' .
1. 'j Court Wbereaa for Uetttraof R T. Butler Admlill8tati, haa.applied| :: on lo the tbil Palate nuprovtil in of open M.yor.I'.d .......Ion this &th day, of July. "The only spirits we took were as

I of Amelia Ballard deceased, late of paid A. I''. 1"11. fuel for our suave to melt the snow.

'. County of OaoeolaTbewe W. H.President MAKlNsON of Connoll.AttCht have water to drink. I The No. 40O Spring Bed
ti ..". tae therefore, To Cite and admoniNhMland that we might .4 I
A4 .. - singular tha kii I believe the use of stimulants to be
a ,
be and buforu tits
said dtM'eaae4 to appear Noiseless Rif tress Oil Tempered
,.. ,
t Vi'i' t Court on or before the ftth day of August' A. I It | ) t01theCIlyofKleslmmaApproved mistake. t
and .rliona, If they have to the thin 17th diy of .Inly, \. I-' 1 1UU. fl.
tl G '1011 isle| nbj any : Black Enamel Smooth Surface, t :
t .. granting of letters of Adimnfulration ou auldentate. H.CI-AY I HTANKOKO. Captain Edward Parry after twelveyears' .

f1 '' 'I l tttoerwiae the same will I be granted to BO-'tt MayoroftheCltyofKlasimmtw. experience in the Arctic regions Comfortable, Easy to Handle. l
1J" paid K. T. Butler, or to some other tit |Hraou or
1 a ... '
said r"1
Wttncea my name aa County Judge of the 'I Guaranteed for 5
t' County aforesaid lllU the bth d.y..1 July, A. U.Jl An Ordinance "Are ardent spirits necessary ? I years

ll Amending nn Ordinance Kntltled "An Or,llnance decidedly, 'No'. It is said they
( tl' Neal I] OtO. F.: PARKER, Prohibiting. Kuuntugat. Urge J>uring say
J ) 41 County: ' {{ Cer41n Hour I of all Cattle, ExceptBulb keep the cold out. I say'they do not; ) la lr l
," Ccpber'>, Intuit, by Trohlb.:
_. Approved "
the cold in.
--- -- let
- -
Ing all Cattle from.Kulining at Large at Any they
.' Time The whole crew of the vessel that ,
l Notice of Application for Tax Deed IU It Ordained by the Council of the City of took Commander Peary to the North

Under Section 574 and 575 : 1
'I "Svttloii" I. That Section 1 of an Ordinance Pole, from commander downward, ,
W" General Statutes of the State of .entitled. **An Onllnanoe prohlbltluff the Uuuniug worked/ on temperance principles. They 4 '
at l large I uriug (ertala Hour of all Cat
Florida. lie.1 Kxit-ut IfiillN I ," approved Ot'toUt-r. A. heat, beam could face 60 degrees below zero and :(

'lfotlal.kenbJprathat W. W. Clark. pat .u sM1''" ell "'c cbaaxr of Tax Certificate No. 2'1. dated the ltb Section 1The jniunlnffftt large of all cattle. No wines or intoxicants were taken in ...
tI dry of Jnlj. A, D. 1907 baa Sled Mid CerttllcatoIn within theettrporate limltaof the e.ity of Kit.. connection with their work. / .."
, ,, .In ...,. and baa made application for lax simmer. l 10 hereby declared a nuiiiauMv" aud. .. .
t Dad to laana In accordance with law. Raid prtmnly prohibited and It shall be unlawful fur In the words of Sir Benjamin Ward ,.'
5 Cawtlflcal* 'onabrMiea tba following described the owner or owner of any cattle to. permitMiiae Richardson, the eminent English physician .'
t properaltuMrd la Oaeaola County Florida. to ao run at liir alcohol ,1
: "You know that only ; ;
The northeast quarter of the nortbweek _aton'A: All ordinancesSir; parts thereof "
t' a; .lo-wlt aoai'ter: of' the northeast gnaiteror t-c- In oon filet herewith be, and the hereby makes the body feel warm, because ft __ ____ 1 '
; *lon 111. lown. Ip ge 8. Hang KM Kaat. The uttou':: causes more warm blood to com to the ,_ '' 'H.M1G.A.ZINb < /.
g ;t aald land eertieeateeinhtheaOslo.ovJohn S e ahail take surface of the body, there to lose its .

i anc of_aoob'. Unless' said eertlflcaut shalt.e/ re- effect 1's.mxA October opeu 1. lull._Ion this 6th day of July heat and leave the body colder. You EACH

: sf lleUlI ceaM -aoaonilDf fca-Jaw,.ta* deed wUI .Uaue A, Iifil know that cold and alcohol exercise the EDITION' [ 25 CENTS '
A. D lull w. n :
Pr 73' .r on e0 the lllhdaof A.ual. same kind of influence on the body, and
J 'J' MltBiraa mr hand and ofBnlal sli0alaat'a CjtyQfKfaimmoe when In the cold even In ..
that working .
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,,. '1*IMi....-.-..,J1o f.da",.this. Ttb day of July, A. 1). Attvat J. It:: aiLBKBT stet Clerk.. 1 th ztremest cola, that man will work; We still Have a few. $!ODe8pf! Jhe. Special_Magazine' Edition; of .the. Valley Gazette, so you had belter get |.n., '""

ea, a,' i 19pi.ali ARTHCTB X.: DONEQAN.; Approved tide CLAY.TANirORD 1U longest 81:1.beat.who avoid alcohol altogether. order before they are all Finest souyenfr'of Florida Osceola ,
Clerk Cll'Olilt' <::00.... Cbodola Count. 11 a, (r..I. ) II : your now gone. County and. Kissimmee',
a of Klaalumea ,
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,..r' Proceedings; of the "Be' It - .

.Resolved,That the following, .
J j levied on real and personal \ ( '

y 'ASIGN OF, INTERESTto . Comity 'CommissiollorsConcluded Osceola county; ,, '. : I

those who wish to .ma)k* .. ....,.. General n.Vfju'ue'. ",: .:. . . .,_. ] ;
''money' in Real,, Estate l. oar ,County School ., . , .. ,.. ..,, '

t r I REAbEMBTE advice to buy'In Pinedale, *,' .t. ' From. Last' Week. ] Roads .> . . .{ ... 'r.. .?-?...r. <... :and Ten-Acre:.:;:

It)ia .the :ideal 'place: for 1ft', Kissimmee( Fla.,July 3, '1911. Fine and, Forfeiture:' Fund. .,,. .'. -,- }

ti ORS SAW 6onel ,pleasant. "surroundings. Mr.' S. J..,.Triplett.. appeared before The'!oUowin additional levy '
and an V 'f the Board in the interest the Kissimmee dered .in' ,.special tax school

Excellent Investment Valley gazette, .and asked the 4 Nos. 1, 2 and 8,' 3 mills'each,' x Tracts ",in : :: '
will' Board ,
You se4 your money. to purchase a thousand copies of
if follow adVice. the'Special Kditfon which had recently Ills ordered that an
grow you this i let
tax of 50 cent of the .
We have something at pies- bgen issued by: the paper. lie called scribed
by the statutes of the
jpnt that'is particularly choice; the attention 'of the Board to the tact Florida be 'levied person. "
see tis about it. that this Edition ,had cost a great; deal on -
In any such occupation; that ,, ,
of '
money was a public enterprise; to'collect .
collector is directed
'and from the letters that he had received Y
cupational tax in the same'
BUY NOW so'far it was -a great advertise
he would collect for the state
ing medium for the down and county; ; k
that if by law the 'counties are R TY
and he urged the Commissioners to subscribe -
We have an excellent small piece of land, cleared and adjoining for that number., After listen ted to levy a greater per cent

two excellent resident lots, land,cleared, ready for the plow just the ing to Mr. Triplett, the Board decided per cent of such said tax, then .
place to build a nice home and grow a prolific grove of grapefruit, that they,had already made such appro- collector is ordered to collect

oranges and tangerines, a location-where your can have a delightful; priation for advertising u they thought. amount sp levied. "
view of the city andenjoy the refreshing brezell.Crom the lak-e. You they could make for this year. O. M. Long appeared

can build a valuable'bome here with little expense, for the location Hon. E. L. D. Overstreet reportedthat Board with a petition signed by PARK "

will make It decidedly valuable and pleasant; Price and terms right, he had selected some point in the ous citizens! and property holders

better see us", for location of good<< 8chool./'church and social) advantages pourt house yard 'as the most appropriate vicinity r,of Finney Point and St.

count for a great deal in the selection of a good home. place for 'tlte new 'jail to" be asklng-for a road Along the . .,

erected; and that he and Mr. Prevatt Of sections 8 'and 9, of : ',, /

were unable to agree on the subject.The ;. range 30 starting at. the St.t; " ': h
hour of arrived the canal. The Board decided thatit. : ,
noon ,
We also have
several excellent L
undeveloped S-acre tracts in Pine-
Board proceeded to discuss the building cost an immense' sum of money + tni
dale that are owned by Illinois favorable
an man who will-8ell oil "
bids. this road,. and stated that there
of the new jail and the opening of
terms of payment, and these tracts desirable and
are valuable prices
After due consideration: they decided road only a short distance ( "
run from 125 to $325 each for these 5-acre farms, and you can get; ll'Suburbs
proposed road which could be I of
that they would take no action at
terms on this.price If necessary, half cash, balance in one year. The stead.
Excellent location of these 5-acre tar ma is all that should be desired meeting;; and appointed E. L. Lesley I r
and will make them salable at all times. chairman of the Board, as a committeeof There being no further ,

one, to employ architects with a Board adjourned.E. Now. Sale - "
view of remodeling the old jail, and ad- L. LESLEY, ) on

vertise for bids and report at next Attest : .,

Park .Garden meeting at which time the Board ARTHUR E. DONEGAN. Clerk.
would consider whether it is best to
build a new jail or repair the present
We still have for,sale a few 10-acre tracts of that excellent pro- one. CULTIVATION OF

ductive trucking land in Park Garden, where you are assured of.fine Communication from Alonzo Simonwas '

flowing well, need never suffer on account of lack of rain, can put the received with reference to the care a Home=Look Ahead

water to your crops at will, and so little expense. Fortune follows, of a-pauper., Upon motion, he was allowed SWEET

the flow, and you can buy oji ..most favorable terms Price 100 per one month's board.

acre very cheap considering quality, location and advantages.; Annie Powell appeared before the ...

Board and asked for compensation for Many of our: native farmers ? a,

taking care of a lunatic for which .he that the sweet po ato crop f t;

We have 40 acres'riRht up close to depot| near Kissimmee, half was allowed the amount of five dolla>;s. require any cultivation. If it ill. -

quarter from school and church, good house, ready for farming can Pension application of R. B. Savagewas on new land, little cultivation "I It.

be had for $1600, time on half if desired. Come let us show YOU. approved.A j. required, as grass and weeds {.
wise man who desires his fam
letter from the Secretary of State ;.ipt to be in evidepce. ,

was read, stating that he has sent a an occasional stirring of the soil up among healthful surroundings

of the laws the last ticularly in dry weather, Is ,
copy passed by ses-
PARK is the logical location. If 4
sion of the legislature to be printed in the conservation: of moisture

Nelson Realty -- the newspapers. Whereupon, the Kis- aeration needed to produce a of this matchless suberb could \.
Company simmee Valley Gazette, being the official An old land that has been }

organ; of the county was instructed years in cultivation, grass and upon a giant screen, you would ,i .+

OVER CITIZENS BANK KISSIMMEE FLORIDAS3.OO to print these laws. -- will get quite rampant -shortly the best tru'ck and 'citrus uit

The. Board approved.the exchange of planting, particular) if a ,

the old book typewriter for a new one plication of fertilizer has been Florida, on which will be ,grow- ,
-- -, to be used by the tax assessor in his the crop. To keep uch in n

FJ3OMKiSSIMMEE' office. cultivator must be used quite : crops.

Communication was received from ly until the vines completely I will come to you' in the ;

Foster Reynolds relative to the'county'staking ground. when cultivation may
i '
part in the 'publishing of the by that time the young c'"j: when prices are far ad

TO pamphlet'"TheTruth About Florida. be forming in the soil( and their I beyond your fondest ,ideas, f.-. .
i be interfered with if
This matter was passed over, .to be would "

JACKSONVILLEAND taken up at some future time. was continued any,long. 'values.: You'tail. .,buy:today, ,
I "
W. L. Van Duzor presented to.the The best tool for' cultivating cost, a homcslte ,in 0.,section'
RETURN Board 'Premium Certificate No. 337 that 'we know bf is a two '
J given by the Elorida'State Mid-Winter cullvator with the discs set at. pidly enhance t. value, land. on' ;
MONDAY; ,. JULY 24TH flair Association, for the best exhibitof able angle at different depths, grow all kinds of citrus 'fruits '
the sides of the bed
-VIAATLANTIC live fresh 'water fish. In transmitting run along I 'f'
; this certificate, Mr. Van Duzor weeds and some soil into the ; "every kind of vegetable grown in

COAST LINETickets called to (he Board's attention the fact furrow in the operation. i iJll'Ound r
located close to school and
in ;
that all premiums were to go to help : has been gone over '

cover the expenses of the Commissioner the angles of the' discs are every five.acretrnct being in .
and that. he presumed the Board and'rebedding is.> dune,
Good on all Regular Trains would have no hesitancy in endorsingthe beds In their previous form. to tbe- best hard road in

Final Limit July 27th certificate over to him on those not only cleans up the weeds and and the proposed electric
terms. Upon motion, duly seconded, but aerates the soil and tends to

this request was granted, and the clerk ger yield. will be completed and in
Proportionate Low Rates From All Other PointsFor
was instructed to endorse the prejfium To protect the young plants I

certificate, making it payable to W. L. ing either torn or covered in the by January 1, 1912. .
tickets information, call nearest Atlantic Coast Line .
or on
Van Duzor. ; ation the fenders with which in the country benefits by ]
Ticket Agent; or write 1
The Board then took a recess until 2 tools are provided, have to be '
Y. TAMPA. FLA. p. m. to the frame of the cuf vator. because they increase land ; k n

. The Board re-convened at 2 p. m., fenders have to be properly Economy of transportation is the- ;
-- -- there being present a full membership.Tax to width and depth to give i\\

Assessor J. L. Overstreet was results. Later on when the in profit-making to the trucker'

V ANTED akRWER: AGENT also present and the clerk advised that gin running and i!erfere with ,

IN'r" wlut he had given due notice; by publicationin in their work a homemade This Is a tract of the jest
bicycler furnliiiMd l by us. Our MeuUvrery
.oNihfi rant //y.rrt.Ia..1.N.t.d.ra..r.. \aav.JDIrftO the newspapers, according to law with fingers on it to lift the section ; pine lands are the j
.QUIR.D UDUl receive and
you aft onoor
blcJ'c1e.We .hlptoaltreosauywher4 In thnjt _k.,,.._.J.,..* that the Board would meet with the out of the way jan be fastened. I )
ladTtnce,*.MAh.tix! >UawTMJI DAYS>( r..TRlAl.durlDlr tax assessor at the office of the clerk cultivator and used to good ; majority of our settlers, not only
which time FOIl may ride the blcJ'Ole aDd pat It to&nr teat you wi.....
If you are then not perfectly atUfledor do not wish to keep tbe of the Circuit Court for the purposeof for cultivation can be carried on l\\
bicycle: ship It bark tnniat our expeoM' fend>.. v FACTORY PRICES We fr"ua the hie-best grade bicycle It Is equalizing the tax roll And hearing was
possible to make at on* small profit:above to assessment made but because find
actoal factory t. You save flO to{2S middlemen'.proata by buyIn complaints as any On those farms where the they by proper
*direct of as and have manufacturers. ruarante behind your by the assessor. The Board then proceeded are not used, the general me
i bicycle. DO NOT BUY a blcycleor. pair of lire from ..,... at.? these lands are very productive
I**,ndtfl yon receive our catalogues and learn our. unheard of/'
you: WILL" BE; A:1iIO.ISHE.I.t::J..'!t... to dM::: a.e...=.. .. =.. : tratek.a.: .. books, and carefully examining the tax trol is tq use a turning plow good crops of all kinds.. This

Miv tor prk.. 1rs__ pee NN W.&I" b pep,b..t ......$b......... fur roll for the year 1911. ring off the beds, clearing the .
ter.loeef 'h.1' ot .rtmatorf. ............_........ The Board Q.P\lbli Instruction hav- adapted to growing-veg ;
and then back
alerela O.d..a.::)o.I .a..Y out alayWN.Od.r7 atOwa a.r._. _a.r pN..A hoeing bedding
*f*._a MAMO.rOvo..te. W. da not ....._b.sals >d hud Meyofas.hat.....n.b.... ing filed itemized estimate of funds This takes more time, and ia all kinds strawberries "
....... ._ ,
a osard i
by T.prompur..p.l- ris- oranges
.. oarlpibIe.rofgl.bN. for school purposes for the current, pensive, because the plow 1.1

COASIBR9RAKES, t..rasa.. 7ZZS. &--n. cal year ending Juno 80, 1912, requestedthis cover more than a couple of ., t,

$ i & 0' Hcdgcthorn t VanctHre-Prooft. M 8 o Board to levy a tax of 7 mills for I day, whereas the disc /' sole for ;
school f purposes, and they also filed clear at least eight to ten acres agents property. >
Self-healinglirca A SAMPLE PAIR their itimized estimates of the I'I'
1 y 1'011ITRO lILr Fenders to protect the young for prices and terms.
sary amounts needed in the nece8-1 caonot be used on a plow, and
.. .. .
n...pI....."#rl<..,. lI "....
'''.H t.r"W.6..rNOMORETROOBLEFROMPUNCTURES....w.. I Special l tax school districts Nos. rebeddmg operation a number of 1 }
..m..",......".,... ...".-.. ..,'JN t,
and'l and requested that a levy of 3 will be covered by the soil, k .

Na/l. ..- --._ ..Nel _'......__ Ii mlls-in! [districts'-.NOB. 1, 2 and 3, andZi'mllls uncover them, When vines I *
'Ahundredthousandpair.old last,... ,
M.deln all(lies.r.j [tin district No. 4, be made in ning, an extra hand is also
DESORlPnO", I'trlding .
j very durable audu1vined. Inside with w addition to the said 7 mills. rake the vines out of the way B

> Minclal quality rubbr+. which never becomes The equalization of the tax roll being plow thus adding fifteen to .
porous and which clones np small complete.lthe matter of a levy for the cent to the cost of
tnrtt* vlthout allowing' the air to elleape, Ifi producing i if
\...havehundtedsoflettersfromsatlsaedeuatomeU IINIM/MfAlakrobbertrred'A"cedpr..tureetrip ,. year J911 was taken up and considered The work will not be as well '
., .tlntrLh.t their tires. have ohljr.been pumped nt once
eaotdlnarytlre.tbepunctorerest.ngaualltlesbein\' ? .....>...D"else vat/atwtwltles.rim strip TAI"H"ta and atter:some discussion the follow- by the cultivator for the raking BREAKER & CO. s st

S t Ivan by several lpen. 0' tbin specially prepared furs will_ Outlast *eyetbwr ing resolution was introduced and vines out of the way of the
f ,
abri0 on the tread, The rcgul.r! prin. of these Nrea 'make SOFT.RIDllla.KLAMTIO and adopted : I back damages them and .
f |B >h. IOOOpBrpalr, bat for ad vertMns1. purposes_ are .A8Y s< again :' .
iES Y",akinII'.a special factory price to the rider of only.M.80 per pair. All orders shipped aa..... Whereas/H! has been ascertained and the crop. '' '
A day. letter la teeeltrs... W*ahlp C.,O D. on-PPI'O"aJ.' You do not pay a cent until you determined by the 'Board \ v +
liar.examined and found them strictly aa represented of County Care should be excercised
w.Jll'.Ji'it"""*" ObMMir a.k..s ye-i.ecFlL4'Ca.N. Commisslonerstnst It will be : Over Osceola Pharmacy :- i
: | .k ,., necessaryto work the soil when it is
MM eiiriuM this sdv.rtk.rst Voans so rl "n Modlng v..o Wow IMtrtsrs.d.t too .
,...........,rst el/a/f b.a..s": _C..ea.r f.Mlaa.0555. IfIIS''.ao.O't.f..IP r0.h5W(1ka.O.rllraw tln.,. ran. will. W....snwhel. .........r,will 4'W 0 MM l raist;amounts by taxation for the j when vines'are wet with either -
"/_t.rr..r.ewr.s...btwe.__..._look* ..........n>d __........n.... currentjvear( in the funds
.. .... ......._ following respectively rain
M k w tlu>tr m CIU"' .Ii pW..d nimn a bkqrcle yoe will||- uiyanrontoc. w. .... for that tends to "sc '

'.-If TT"T.YOU' NEED*-.'V;-.TOlcSftiKMr...._. ..._"-,' for countjrTpurposes,,designated :laaveiajul is detrimental to a .. .;. -V. -- u__ FLORIDA

..... as:. C. K, McQuarrie
.' at.eap.rWf..kN.IO.T..In.a45s5407. nswatoa onMTIbmnnii. all k.aa.7 . yield.- in
.',....0 NOT WA1Tbr.r.. ._._ iN/t/OYYNtwa. .wrr..' ....,......,..W,. .of General" Revenue.q.$17,600 00 al Experiment Station Bulletin t / ,,
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t ks CountylSchool. < ? '', tLr 24,60000 ; v n

a' o1 LECOMPANI'CIIIC'0lty ; ; ; { Read..H'.o.oi.1.J., { .... . 21,60000 A want ad. inthe Valley /4 i e ,
7I3"ifi ; Fin*:and. Forfeiture Fund,
( ,.., i/.- .2,000. 00 ..way brici. *result. ,
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... -- NOTES: Advertisements, are inserted under this head at the rat of 8 Vests

.. Cont4' 4ng"aarn.atlrtorlb.faithwhkhweeosee.for all delivered! unto 8alDia.-lude! ; *. per line. each Insertion.. I Realty bought and sold.,

,. ,R".H.BARNlTZ I Houses r nted..
: o..noJC OPt.: HB OIltTROUBUNYANSTEFHENS ,. I 'j and Titles
y Taxes paid verified
t ,. ,",.. Pastor > "___ -- 1. '.i i SALE ,,, '_MISCELLANEOUS j, for non-residents.
a C. W. DANK Clerk. C. F. BRYANTTrjsasurer.DEACONS ; '
Fire Life and Accident:
W. G WADE the tuner Orlando. \
< HANKIN3-Anything fixture ; ,
b' I' .!! -C. A. Carson; C. J. Woodall. N.C. Bryan; I ; .

'1,.. ... J. W. Wilder. J. M. Willson Jr., Joe Jeffords. M. R. O. MEEK-Notary Public. 23Hf .
f :1 J. Hicks. A.S. Gilbert.,J. M. Hansell, W..fl.'lon..., -...... o'aouQrm wn; A PAIR of good;. !t'eIlUewor horses l.:Indemnity Bonds.DON'T .

1 I? for sale cheap. Rots Graves 26-tf FOR fresh fish, phone the Rull Bass w-w 9r jk ,
; ( --'--.. Market;No. 189. 19-tf "
1' . ORDER OF SERVICE-JULY 23.MORNINGII 1911t W. G. HANKINS-Computing scales. -'. -- --. .' ,
'. GET Hi N. BRATTON to drive your

:j: t :KXv > EVENING-7:30!: : FOR SALE-Pair' good mules. harness artesian wells 43-tf READ THIS! ', j

)i ':( : + ... and wagon. Call at Valley| Gazette
; j I Piauo Prelude Song Service # office for particulars. .. 23-tf FOR dressed poultry; phone. the Rul( I like opposition. I defy com-
j I 1 Doxology 187 Bass Market. No. 189. 19-tf petition. Under no condition will i-
I Invocation! 851 [Thee* article anA Illustrations-Wat;; not W. G. HANKINS-Sectional cases. I budge from my position. If you'') u'

t" Hymn 496 886 be reprinted without .peel*! permis. -- MUTTON fresh fat. and fine at the warit a house that is tout and ,
ScriptureHymn PrayerSong sion. KING Quality shoes' for' men at Cash Rull Bass Market, phone 189. 19-tf waterproof and damp proof see

406 231 Store. 1-tf B. Dickerson. It will pay you, for

", Praye. Scnptnre BIDDY-IN THE BUSHES. .WOOD per strand $1.25; five strands he will save you money if you Ret
: 1 Announcement Prayer W. G. HANKIES-Filing cabinets. 1 to.75. Kissimmee Lumber Co. 29-tf his prices before letting contract
''to; About the first thing asked by-the ....
Offertory 344 Offertory 238Sermon .. lie* ...handle* Lime, Lath King Wind.
'j"'' ''to; Sermon town boy when -fae visits the farm .Is. CHOICE CITY LOTS "for sale at low' CARPENTER JOBING and repairing. .or Plata. Cement, Plaster. Hair.' FIreBrI
! tf. ;:' Invltatlo! 439 Invitation 236.. "Gran'ma. .let me hoot the eggsT" prices. See or write H. Fleming for Good work. See James, Church St. k. Common to mention.Brick and ether thras' *toe'numaoua
-g. -
f WI1 'to; "Sure" she answers "bu1: .don't nil particulars.; 40tfW. near Main St. 45-tf. '
down the' hay bole." ;I'
\ OPEN AIR SERVICES C. HANKINS-Show cases of all II STRAYED-Sorrel mare, white spotin Contractor and Builder .
; And'than away to the haymow
: Thursday! 7:30( P. M.. Prayer Meeting And up on the bla;.straw stack kinds. facet; white hind foot saddle scaldson

i Friday 3 30 P.M. B. Y. P. U. Down In the stable entry back, about 8 or 9 years old. Re- _. - -n 1.,:
I' (On lawnadjolning the church) And up on old Fan's rack ** FOR HONEST and square deals In all ward of $10. Write E. D. Fussell.
4: 1'to Those kids go crvechlnc and climbingTo kinds of real estate call on or writeW. Auburndale Fla 28-4tpd '

,: And the eggs so white -Fanner, Box 322. 16-tf ---- The Home Bakery Man .;
e DO YOU KNOW THIS MAN ? That Biddy, the lou.Ulnatarm hen. I ANYONE start mail
* J anywhere can
i i} ; "God took all his'eternity and power and wisdom Has hldde* out of sight HANNAH SHOES are high class shoes. order business at home. No canvass thank/' i

) 1' ; and love and incarnated them into the person of JesiM But some hens are too slick even for Call and see them. H. C. Stanford ing. Be your own boss. Send for free Takes this opportunity to '4'

, r Christ, and he was called the Son of God. God gathered the American boy And aren't found until Company. 19tfW. boOklet. Tells how. Heacock A 2144, the good people of thief city for

, 'I, up all the possibilities of human nature, all 'It* they show their chicks unless fie Lockport, N. Y. their liberal'patronage -and wtujj i )
\. eternities, all Ita unique glories, all the fullness of its G. IIANKINS-Oesks and chairs. ,
also take this means to that
reaper uncovers nest in the Bel L I. say
incarnated them .In the of
divine person
I sonship, t-r II IF YOU WANT SCREENS Osceola
i 1 i Jesus, and he called himself the Son of Man. God Pretty Biddy In the picture stole her FOR .bargains in resident property, Lumber Co. They make them any our limited facilities for making'

gathered ail the beauty and fragrance. and majesty and nest on the border of the wheat where truck lands and orange groves call on .size and kind you want and make themto goods will prevent (for awhile) ourv!; .

II c "" life of nature and planted them in the breast of Jesus we found her sitting on thirteen H. M. Breaker. Kisiimmee. Fla. 4-tf fit. Give them a trial. 7-tf general delivery to all parte*of ths <,4 j
.. ,'rk and called; him the Lily of the Valley. In his bosom white eggs In a cool cosy nest among and
.' God's heart of Iu4ness and man's heart of need beat I city. Quality variety-will; be'1
i the tall weeds and trasses. There we II. C. STANFORD CO. are agents for WE-Are offering some very desirable
t ,t together, keeping time to the harmony of the unfolding sat down beside Biddy In the bunhes the celebrated Hannan shoes for resident lots, located three blocks maintained always Our nice jt
al universe. Is this a manhood worthy of our thought? :Vi
19-tf from the Court House on nice high
to take lessons from nature at short men. ,
xE V How can we help falling.down. with Thomas and crying: range for Biddy In the stolen nest elevation, for $200 for inside and $250 HOT ROLLS and BISCUITSAlso

Ii ti 'My Lord and my God.r. W. G. HANKINS-Typewriters. for corner lots. Alley in rear of all HOT BREAD
always seems to do the beet. Hear
Charles Eaton. 1
these lots. Cash or short time. Letus
t our hen tale: show you these lots. H. M. will be ready "mornings and afterinoons
-- ---- - -
( ---- The nest was clean of fllth and lice SEE King Quality shoes before buying Breaker & Co. 24-tf
EVER'-a-: Cash Store. 1-tf and a nice variety of PIES ;
4b W E l_ O O fWI E TO O'er for Biddy dusted near by; ; thus the
AN intelligent and CAKE-Parties and Weddln ;',
person may earn $100 ,
;; "' -- -- IF YOU WANT SCREENS Osceola monthly corresponding for newspa a specialty. .
b kti, .:\ .J; '!'\, ';,. '} v( T .1.1I. Lumber Co. They make them any pers. No canvassing. Send for par/

I \ __ size and kind you want and make themto ticulars. Press Syndicate B 2245 '
fit. Give them a trial. 7-tf Lockport, N.Y. A. SMITH
_. _.__ .oL ___ ________ _ :
FOR SALE-Soda fountain, good con 10 -Are thinking i of coming to Flor AVENUE

dition with tanks charging outfit ida. Uf course you want the best .- -- -- --
counter. and marble slab] also vase property for the least money. We
./ Trucking. for the Season is Drawing for fountain, coet $900. Sell com can fill your requirements whetherit DI{. J. W. SIMPSON!

'4' to Close. plete for $150. Terms if desired. be city lot, five or ten acre tract, '
; a Bunyan Stephens, paat.o'r.Sunday Address box .716. Kissimmee. 26-tf a section of land, or twenty thousand DENTl i1. 'i

i } Watermelon prices stood up well this acre tract Write us regardingyour

t as the came in earlier. Bible School 9.45 a. m. W. G. HANKINS-Safes and vaults. wants. Every piece of propertysold Upstairs In Kali Building.
season crop -.-- -- -- at exact price placed on it by the l a. "- to L2I m./,,
Preaching 11 a, tn. and 7.15 p. m. OFFICE!: Nouns: [ I{
FOR SALE-Good large lot choice location owner. No padding of prices on I r 1:30: to oSOp.m.l
B. Y. B. U. 6:45: p. m. ; splendid neighborhood; cash property listed withSis tot sale. H. Telephone No. 76 Jun 6. 1 yr. j jTR.
The June bloom on the citrus trees is ,
Communion: Sunday. or terms. Apply P. O. Bo*376, Kis- M. Breaker & Co. 24-tf
, ,. heavy in certain sections In Hilsborough simmee Fla. 25-tf
J Monday- (after 3rV Sunday). ,
!' County. .-,----- -- ERNEST L. GREEN SIGN WRITER W W. CARSON
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Woman's Miss. Llnion. Devo. 3 m.
:j ; p. FOR SALE-Twelve acre orange and Sign, Auto Carriage Painting. I
t Wednesday-(after\at Sunday), grapefruit: grove about three' miles guarantee all| work. Let me figure DENTIST

It is said that the East coast pineapple Worn. Miss. Union -:Social: 3 toSpmThursday J'M from Kissimmee, on railroad. Will with _you on th at job. P. O. Box

crop la about one-half of normal. \ .ell'at a bargain. Address W. H. 139 Kissimmee Fla. 16-tf Office over Cole's Jewelry Store '

2 d The first carload left early last week Prayer meeting 7.KXJjj. m. Arnold, Kissimmee, Fla 41-tf Office Hours: 8-15, 1-5 J .'.
J .
Office IBS
-- phone
rf Visitors welcome.PRESBYTERIAN.. '
,'t'' ','J_" Kissimmee DeLand and Daytona 1 FOR SALE-163 acres twelve acres FOR IIENTDWELLINGS Residence 23
cleared balance good pine land with
made large shipments of'peaches this subsoil about 200 for
I. BIDDY IK THB-F/TJ8HES. clay ; bearing rent apply to M. Til-
a seasonof the Jewel variety They orange trees on place.' Fou room ler.THE. -rr DERBYSHIRE, M. D.,

; brought fancy prices. S.. S., Snyder, pastor. eggs were kept sanitary. The quiet, cottage good barn and 'other out- L _{{

} ', ", --.: I Sunday Scboof' .45 a. m.-A.: J. cool retreat was a rest cure where thesen's buildings. Located five .miles west Osceola.Tailor Shop is all the go.
; of Orlando on good clay''road. For Phone 241. 24-tf
# i. Honors are about even among' the Nelson superintendent. hatching temperature easily averaged price terms, etc., address Box 256 Special attention given to the",..

\1iV,F'orida' papers as Eo'which' community Church Service 11 a. 'rn. and 7.80 p.m. 103 to 104.-degrees, where she Orlando Fla. i9.6moe.pdE. FOR RENT-fa cash or on shares ten treatment of Women and '
even gained strength as she awaited from Child en.
had the largest watermelon or the larr -- Christian Endeavor 6.30 p. m. acres best land three miles .
tbe coming of the stork. She fed every ; town has flowing well, is plowed and .
Prayer and Bible study Thursday 7.30() M. F.. AUTOMOBILE. Run 3400
gent tarpon./
\ day; gathering grit and graln.trom -miles, lobks like a new one and runs fenced. Apply to R. J. Cunningham Office over Citizens Bank. 24-3mospd i
te field and remained off the nest P. O. box 341. 27-tf
r'nr p.m.Visitors | better, has top, windshield speedometer ._ ,
Sweet potatoes are selling at $1 to. most cordially invited to all Prom fifteen minutes to one hour. according eight-day clock, chimes horn, --- -- -, trT'

, $L60 a bu. and the Florida Experimental nervices. to the weather. metal tool-box two extra shoes, one ROOMS TO RENT-Either single or M. RIVERS, M. D. }.
"; Station raise 625 bushels The hygrometer contrary to opinion extra tube. Will sell or trade for en suite; suitable for light house Jl .
says we can -
; to the showed that ground air and ben town property. Address E. M. F., keeping. Apply to Mrs. A. A. Simpson. PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
acre. .
METHODIST. ndded very little moisture to the eggs, Gotha Fla. 10-tf '
--=-- Office overtOsceAla
the hen nddlug the moat Humidity WE-Have'listed some of the most de- Pharmacy a
i H. D. Wood of Evinston shipped 125 I Wm. H. Funk, Ph.D..-, pastor. under the hen averaged from 00 to 61>. NICE-Centrally) I located home on beautiful sirable property on the market both PHONES; I Residence 53

cars of the Tom Watson variety of Sunday School 9:45a.: 'm.-Prof. R. whereas certain nonmolsture Incu- corner lot, only three blocks city and county, which we offer at -f Office 148 },

y'i' watermelons. He had some melons in M..Evans superintendent bator register but 20 to 35. u condition from Broadway house is lighted the lowest prices to be obtained. .
I with electricity, hat bath toilet and There is no padding of prices by ,
services 11 and 7:30 1,18.
the lot which weighed as much as 100 a. m., :
11 kitchen sink sidewalk
4 -' > ; new cement ; every piece of property sold at exact
;} pounds.W. p. m. house contains seven rooms nclud- price placed on --it by the owner. .

Boys League 1.30 p.m. t ing bath room; lot 120x160 lest, extending Write us your requirements and we "L.; .

> M. Richman of Bradentown Junior League 2 p. m. to 16-foot alley. We can will do our best to please' you by W'. L. WINNPHYSICIAN' f'.f 4.
offer this beautiful home on very showing just the kind of property
Senior Wed. 7:30( you
made the second of from League p. m.
;, crop celery reasonable terms. Full particularsto desire. H. M. Breaker & Co. 24-tf and SURGEON
.r f' '"; the same land in the same season. The Gen. prayer service Thurs. 7:30: p. m, interested parties H. M. Breaker

Crop brought $4 per crate and gross receipts Holy communion ever let Sunday. & Co. 24-tf
a_ _
oa PBO KiaaiMMEB.Ornca .
.t were $1,329 with net receipts You are cordially invited to each of *
PBONS w. 1'LoaI_ I
$996. ' these services. THE-New subdivision which H. M.
Breaker & Co. will place on the mar
ket in about two weeks contains the SPECIAL EDITION G. THOMASON'PHYSICIAN

The Manatee Citrus Growers, Association kincJjOf land mostly desired on which ff. .
e' CHRISTIAN.S. will grow all kinds of citrus fruits, NOW ON SALE--25c
t has elected Joe Gates as pres J. Vance pastor. as well as every kind of vegetable

ident. The location for a packinghouse Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:45: p. m. grown in this section. Get in on the and SURGEONOffice

has been secured and operations Bible School 9.45s. m.-C. E. Yowell ground floor and secure one or two of

j Fn 1 .. for the building will soon commence. superintendent; J. H. Harris, assistant these all choice taken.6-acre These tracts tracts before are theyare lo- .- ..--.-. - -.--.-- -- Phones 74 and 3. Residence 126 j jF. :

? 1 '- superintendent cated on the'best road in the county WHAT IT COSTS

/ f Miami shipped this season 702,210t Christian Endeavor every Sunday r 7 and close to the electric line. 24-tf A. VANS AONBW W. ..caAw/WP'';
i4 ;
iI i packages of vegetables worth $864- evening at 4.80 p. m. VANS AGNEW & CRAWFORDATTORNEYSATLAW .r

a 750; 1.552 cars of citrus fruits 3,000 Prayer meeting and choir practice every -
To Live in I Kissimmee and Wa es
j , crates of pineapples and 105 cars oft Thursday at 7.30 p. m. WANTED ",
Paid. (
16' i other fruits. The soil yielded to the Usually 'om...! S-I-V Citizens Dank- "

3. Miami! section over $1,000,000.() ( () ( I BIDDY'S BBADTIXS.: WANTED-You to see me for all kindsof The following table of prices is .. Kissimmee Bnlldlog-noddy' ,t

f EPISCOPAL.Kev. Real Estate and Fire and Life In near accurate as it Is possible to obtain .... .,
f '
unfavorable to germ life. The cause surance. R.O.Meek.Kiseimmee. 23-tf and is published for the Information of 1J.t
t--- Those in Florida interested in eucalyptus David D. Kldd, rector. of shell bound chicks and dread white those contemplating moving to this city: J. L. HOOK B. 0. e ios.f cMOON

.w'! itt can get further information by Services every second and fourth Sun- diarrhea. WANTED-Refined couples or gentlemen Floor .. .P'2o! to W.W) per bbl t

_--writing to U. S. Department of Agriculture day at 11:00: a. m. Biddy's eggs lost but 10 percent for several1 !nicely furnlahedrooms. Smoked Dry Salt Reeon Beeen., . ,rl to to DO 18 oenU emu per per Ib Ib ] &: GEIGER t td";

-' ------ Forest Service, Washington. Communion 2nd Sunday at morning weight by evaporation some Incubators with bath; the best meals the Bow 6'!i to 7U) eenta per Ib \-r
Bases.7W '
market can Comer Main and
3s t D, C., and ask for Bulletin 87 devoted services.Guild by excessive ventilation and dry. Kioe & to 8..cent -Ib
Pacific 60-tf
\ meetina.verv first ness robbing eggs of 20 to 80 per cent, ,street. Sweet Potatoes .80 to 7&canta per bushel I Office State : i
to "Eucalyptus in Florida. Tuesday. IrUh Potato* .._ ... II to 11.26! per bushel Bank Building '
; which is deadly. Jo'-h Flab ..... .... .. .5 to 1241 per Ib Kissimmee. Florida ,
Biddy's thirteen eggs batched. She WANTED;-Position by a man thoroughly Salt Mackerel... .., ..8 to lOo per Ib M, ,.

R t"" p- Crescent City shipped about 5,000 Grant and Plokett. raised them-all, which shows what we qualified to take charge of Grit ... . .. "2'AieperlbMeal HeprlbFreeh e i,

', crates of peaches. The peach industry New evidence that the great men can do if we follow nature's plan. truck garden or citrus grove Inquire I2U to lie p.rlb G F. KRIBBS I tf
at Valley'Gazette office. 25-tf Fresh Pork ,12'K to 16* Ib ,
+1r ;t is becoming larger each year In this are the true men-true to themselves. Sugar .... IS pound (or per SI 00 "
, y state. The local consumption is. much to their country and to their friends- Dried Prune* . .. . 8 to lOa perlb ATTORNEY-AT-LAW r
DONT8.Don't IF YOU WANT SCREENS see Osceola Dried Peach-"' to I' Ho per.Ib
larger than theamount shipped, as appears In a story told'In Colonel Nicholas Dried Apple' . 1C to WUe Ib Room
hesitate if eggs and meat you Lumber Co. They make them any pur 12 - Second Floor
.. . .
Smith's book. "Grant the Man ofMystery Pure Lard .18 to tile Ib
much of the fruit will not stand ab'p- want The Dottes, the Rocks: the size and kind you want and make themto Compound Lewd . .. '- .13 to 14e per per Ib State Bank Building

h ping.* Reds can do the stunt; fit jUlye them a trial. 7-tf Cb.ewOr.smwr.. .. . :-.1&0....'Ib
; While Grant was president General ; . . Black-Eyed..* !.per Ib
... :. Y" .
Don't study long If you want vice Onion IIeperlbI'LOOperbuabeJ .
G. EX PlcVett, who led tbe fatal charge
I WANTED To Coffee.'.,.N., ".. 1N to see per Ib ROBERT G. JOHNSTON
The white. The Houdan.Orpington buy small improved
Kissimmee Library. and flesh than
r against the Onion forces tbe last day Tea ... too to 80a per Ib r
Minorca. are all right farm near Klssimmee,, giving full information K.saene .i60 per-svlloa
at Gettysburg called at the White ,
The Kissimmee Library offers to Its as to climate, crops and P .. .. ... she to 40e per doaen
subscribers: a list of over four hundred douse to pay his respects Grant knew Don't' look elsewhere If after big! cost and how remunerative' ; 'price Chicken Friera.. .. ECa to.lg each ,ATTORNEY AT LAWKISSIMEEEV
t books by the best authors any or all of that his", old comrade at West Point.. white eSp. Take Black Minorcas.with and terms. Address, Warren Brown, Corn Chicken abelled.grown. .. .. ...900p.rby.hel.11I\o\ to lOa each r

' which yqu hay the privilege of.reading had bee) made\ "poor man b7.the blue slaty, legs, R. D. No. 6. Ster nr.Ill.: 29-4-p Oat..........70a..... buihel FLORIDA
i for only $2, 'which secures a singles war and ottered him the marsbalshlp'of N Don't be a spendthrift The prodigal Qrantre*IB eeaaon... .. .II-BO to$2 0o par box
Carpenter / M.60
\" ..membership or $5 for a family memo Virginia. While sorely needing help. In ancient days went to the hogs, but Blaekamlth. $1.acto$6aoCIsering to"1.60
i.-'berehlp' rapt Trench;. the librarian; General Plckett knew toe..heavy draft 1 the dogs. WANTED Young men and young Land-.rubblnrltl<>.00 to r.S.00! per sore N. L:
.to to learn Students ,. DR. BRYAN
h 'will issue -a membership card'for Jadies telegraphy Cluing L nd-atomplno. Slft.00 to MO.OO
'the you amount. Library" In State made upon the president by offlce seek Don't bunt around long If.after -&p.from' qualify for poeiUons in a short time. MaaandTeam ... "f4.OOtosft.OO'
"; above ers. Hone and Mule. .. :iLUOta $3.o0 DENTIST .
them positions Board and
Quack. The/Banners lay Many -
4' ,,Bank building. 8-tf open. f(Partle hlrln to feed aan>*> .' I '
"You can't do'
afford to this for me, VDon't room forafew'more' at . . '
1 round by stacks.1 : students WaatonSA SJU.OOaod up'Plow.
,>R>, J' be said,."and can't afford to take It" .. ,> 912.60 .per,.month., :.Well; /equippedL . ..... ..'y.bHw: nO.?,-.if*40 to(13.00 Squires Building, .': ;giltre
''I :* 1- '' 'for saJ a at this office '1 can.afford da anything pleas ponder much on" turkey breeds. college. Best instructors.? i Southern Harrow* l-ift t.ryk..",, -,/>......,.*.110 *111.00 ,Flew York Avenue .r }!
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