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 28, 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: VID00500
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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$8,000. Any bearing grove in good = -
SORELY, AFFLICTED condition I pet every roan who '' to
valued $1,0 an acre. ? \ was1 crhwi|
.V" Our weather her at this time( of'year ,- f" to be on hand, promptly.- The chief COMPLETFIIARMONY'
is fine, the ,. then 'hUned the captains: of the'
companies -
rainy season being on. W* Call for ,
.Gazette '
Reading the Valley .MakeSAn have a rain nearly every afternoon. <" ? MeetingA! as follows:' 'Ni 1, which Is located ,

Onio Man Long to Comito' :"" which cool* th*',atm'to such an <-'""o>; .t i ... next to W. B.'''Makinson's store Prevailed' at the Meeting
"' extent that the nights are cool and fins tfi Thoe. Walker; No, 2, which is x>n Brock toe
Kissimmee., covering being required'"mOot every .,Ci'hjn'-ot Otccola County: street near.Manb'a store, C. C. Wolfe; Board of Trade-A. S:Nelson

v -, :-.,+;.,... \ night; in'H fact the summers her 'are You ana. respectfully'requested,attend and No,'8, which Is located' hear the Beded,President,
The following letter very Clearly sets much ,pleasanter than 'in Tennessee, . of court house Ira -Best.-:: The companiesare \' '" ,
a meeting .Citizens of Osceola be
the character of and while I County. given the'right to'elect their ,
fbrth advice many are know very little of Ohio; Xam own ; While '
seeking,who wad the Valley) Gazette, Inclined to believe that 'you Buffet held at the Court House in the'City of Kjasiro- lieutenants. of the not'so largely attended as some
and the 1 reply tell. in plain words the to a ,n.iichgreater extent there than. '-- : The rules of the department, provide recent meetings of the Board of
mee on Monday, August 7. 1911 at 3 o'clock Trade, last .
'' Monday .
conditions as they actually exist here. her from the heat. that the'siren whistle, at' the waterworks : vening's session, ;
in the afternoon which meeting is for made up'ln _Interest what It tacked '
will be used .In
... -, We bay* had a large Influx of peopleto pur- only to give the numbers.-: ,
this place, all -of whom pose"of' organizing O. eola. alarm of fire when the regular whistle J .
.Burton. 0., July: 17, 1911. have so.far an County Fair-. The meeting 'was''called
H. M. Breaker &; Co., Kissimmee-. been' live. Two gentlemen to: will be blown ooce.twice or three timesto Vice to order by if
Association. President
success of Trade Day held .'O.. Meek
whom I will : designate what the fir lanearest. :who called
refer company *
Dear Sin You will pardon this intrusion you are from Ohio: for a
; from
when I tell-you I am sorely Mr. C E. Swop.and Mr..Eby, address .in this. city on the 12th instant demonstrated Chief Porter thinks- he will pointed report atthe last the committee ap 7
have his meeting to
afflicted, and I think that you, although Klsslmmeet fa. If you 'will write that this county''' is rich iit h any resources the next department' such shape in with"Mr. Triplet and try and consult Induce 'Y
entire strangers, can Rive me some re them they can tell you how the weather sixty-'days as to warrant our Urn ;to.,withdraw his
injustice to ourselves as'
should city ';
lief. compare with Ohio weather. .we acquaintthe id-demanding aireducttonof{ .thepresent president of '
the Board.
I' have been subscriber to the KIs- i We' will be pleased to have you call world with the 'many ad vantages. ,and ,, insurance, rates' JOn; of the' committee, stated Chairman that rial-_sir.n s'

simmeeValley Gazette for a few on us when ,you visit Kissimmee, and varied opportunities. we have to offer the' OUR-' Triplett had been ,seen and that he de f

months and the more I read the Gazette we will. render: you any assistance' possible homeseeker and investor. JOB DEPARTMENT clined to withdraw "his resignation,
the I afflicted 'in ,
worse am whereupon
; s motion wu made
by : A,
L''it' has almost become chronic. Some Thanking you for your inquiry, 'we H. CLAY STANFORD, Is As CbfnpIetevAs' Un Be found Canon,' and carried, that the....1&11..
of my friends I ere say it is a fever that are, YouVs very truly Trade. iti tion of Mr.',TripUtt be accepted., '
; ails m.. and tl e1 call it "Florida. I H..M., BKEASJJE. : A; Co. Chairman Day Comma tee. the State., Mr* Nelson then mov.d a vote of:

am very sure I i\is contagious. My wife . '. We take this means of calling the thanks to the retiring president for his', v
is afflicted! th same as myself only GRAND BARBECUE public'1' attention to the unsurpassed faithful work and untiring' energy in '

worse if .nyth g. She has finally facilities of"our .department to do a furthering tb. interests of I .6e Board,.

written out a I prescription1, and it reads Will Be Held at Whittier the class of. printing not excelled by any which was unanlmoaall carried.
thus: "Six: months' sojourn in Osceo on All office In the state. We employ nothing Tb. presidency was declared vacant]

la county Florida, and the first dose to 18th of August Oar People FavorHolding / but the most skilled, workmen, use the and Mr. Carson nOlllnated.-A.S. Nel: A' ,

be taken about November 1, 1911 but Whenever 'the Information get .... -_ .... beat of- stock and nave the most modem son, who was unanimously elected, and
under no circumstances must it be abroad that a barbecue is to be held at machinery therefore there Is noth- being.called ta? the chair, mad a brief '
taken unless she is present." Whittier, the hearts of the people of a County Fair ing to prevent the printing, done at this speech in.which be' promised the very"be.t '

I may try your patience Messrs. H. this, county are made glad_ for they office being of the highest order. 'We service of.which he Is capable and. M '

M. Breaker &; Co., but bear with me a know that a day of feast fun and frolicis do not lay claim to charging less tor urged the member to assist him by attending .;
little. pleaae. In the Gazette of June in store for all who are so fortunate There work than is charged by other offices and takingpart In the meet-:
30 it gives an account of a deal you as to be able to attend. This year the Is Scarcely Business Man in the CountyBut for all business men recognize that!!to: cage .. +.

a> have lately made in real estate with great, big barbecue will take place Who Would Be Willing to Take Stock in a get printing of a superior Character' "Judge G. F.}'Parker, 'treasurer, reported -' *'
Mr. Stratton and that you both have there on August 18th and every char-'' coats more than does shoddy stuff, but that he had used histitmoet en:

been residents of that county for a act of amusement is on the bill suchas Fair Association. we do claim that our,prices are as,cheapor I 'de.vonto collect all outstanding due'

number of years. Now, what I would hone racing music, dancing and a cheaper than those of any other I of members,and that while,he had been

like. Messrs. IL M. Breaker &; Co., is whole big l lot of good. things to eat and The call of Mayor H. C. Stanford, vantages we have to'offer homeseekers reputable house for the same cI..ofprinting. fairly successful, there wer\qujte a:

just a plain, honest candid letter giving drink. published in this and last week'a issue and investors; but a county fair is a big number who had not yet paid. Secre,
j.' nothing but facts as they appear to And what makes these celebrationsat of the Gazette for tie citizens of Os proposition and will take time to make During the last few months we have tary Stanford''being;f absent,,from the
I you. 1 want something I can show to I Ir Whittier such a pronounced success ceola county to meet at the county court ita, grand success, and we should let turned out some of as high-class print city, and having. his ebare..tb.lJat,
r some of my skeptical friends here. A I is that the latch siring is out to everybody house on Monday, August 7th for the nothing stand in its way. ing as ever left a Florida office, and of members Who ban paid'up sod are ,

i private letter will shave' much more I and every man, woman and child purpose of organizing a County Fair "I think we should capitalize the Fair stand ready to duplicate any job, however in good standing,. It| was impossible, for' e ,,
I. weight than newspaper talk; !generally, in that hospitable little town take. Association, has met "wth! universal Association at not less than five thousand intricate It may be. All we ask the ,Board to,,' CO''Into the matter of

r they 8&ylt is a poor paper that will-not upon 'him or her self the task of giving I favor and we predict that on that date 1 dollars, for as I said 'before, we of the public is that we be given the striking from the list those members' '

speak well of its own town and county. every stranger the time of their liver. the court room will be* filled with our must have ground and buildings plenty opportunity to display our superior who see sufficiently In 'arrears i to cause "

, %.J[ A few questions: "Is the heat so great Besides, those who attend will have an foremost and progressive citizens. We !. to accommodate all exhibitors and ability in the printing line, feeling confident ' this action, and this was'deferred, till fc--i

there during the summer as to prevent opportunity of seeing the many improvements have vet to find a man who does not there'll be a world of them for there that any customer will be highly the next meeting. .. ,

a man from working out of doors dur- going 'on there/'since the favor the plan and It is generally believed I are more things and better 'things !In pleased with both the character and Under the -head of new business

jjng the d.yT" Again "Could a person I railroad is being"built that wllLconnect, that the most' successful fair' in Osceola county to display at a fair than cost. VAU.KT: GAZETTE. Judge Parker made an interesting talk,";

find enough to do to make a decent living : it with the outside world. Rememberthe Florida's history can be held here during in any other county in any other state in which he urged.the necessity the'Board's

that is, if he is able and willing to i date. August 18th, aQd be sure to the month of January. on earth. LARGE NUMBER reaching out for new Industries

work?" "How is that section compared 'attend if you,want to spend a day of Mr.' 'John M. Lee, who was a memberof "If Ire make our Trade Day a success and manufacturing ,, enterprise; be

with the Northwestern states as real pleasure. the committee that, made all arrangements on very little money- and hold it 1 in Of Kissimmceitcs Attend the Cotton stated t.hat.'in! his opinion,'one of our ,,
regards healthfulness; no more con.tagi for the holding of our! borrowed buildings scattered alloverthe most urgent needs at present I I. a first-,
tseases-there than',here ?" BROOM CORN Trade Day on the 12th; expressed himself city; we certainly can make monumental fair at Apopka. class machine abop and foundry, that, '

My wife and I are Buckeyes, bred ,-. .. in the following language when a | 'suttees of a county fair with It is nothing unusual to bold a successful : several of" our, neighboring cities have I

and born, and have always .lived on Can l Be Grown"'in representative of- this paper asked his ground and buildings of .our pwn and I fair In this section of the state such enterprises, with lea than half
,what. Is called' the Western Reserve; v This. opinion upon the. feasibility of holdinga enough money in bank -to meet all ext at any time whether that time be summer the amount of' 'work 'In. this .line that.

no better country on earth, taken as a -, $tchon. countvrfaSr$ |t J)I pen..' .. I certainly hope ,the people of or, winter, but such a thing as a could be had here.
whole but the changes in temperatureare At the meeting the Board of Trade ''Do I favor'the proposition forma this county will DOt hold back on this "cotton fair" is out of the ordinary, Mr. c..A; Carson mad*,a good speech

too sudden and severe generally.We Monday night there was exhibited some company for the holding of a county proposition but be present at the meeting therefore it is no wonder that the little along thV same line, and ,agreed that l,.

expect to leave for Osceola county stalks of,'broom corn that equaled any fair in tnis city T Well, 1 should say I on August 7th, ready to render.very town of Apopka was filled with peopled there was a splendid. opening here for a
about Novembar 1, and from what those familiar with its culture had ever do, and I favor it so strong that I will assistance with their time and Wednesday when tJi'at'ev.nt oc: machine shop, a* well as. a number of'

we can hear and read think we will seen its top or 'straw part measuring be far up front at the meeting on August money to make our fair the biggest and curred. ether enterprises, 'wblch would estab,,
make that our future home providingwe fully two feet in length. There was 7th and will do my best to start best thing of its kind ever pulled off i In There is a l large number of people lish a Permanent pay-roll. ,-'

can find enough to do to "keep the quite a discussion as to the advisability the ball rolling in a most practical and this coun try." who believe cotton can not be profitably Dr. S. W. Downing who ha* had-y' .

wolf from the door." of the Board inducing some person or business-like manner. There is no T'Mr. Lee merely! voices the sentiments growntn this locality and to disabuse considerable ,experience In* <
Your City Council I see by the paper persons to engage! in growing it here doubting the fact that'we should havea of every man whom we have heard those people of that idea this "falr'j broomcorn In the West, .b som "

has purchased five hundred copies and the concensus of opinion was thatit : home of our own. thoroughly speak on this question, and we sincerely was )held. Those who attended, and samples grown by Mr. Linde at Fowler

a, of the Special Magazine Edition. would be a most profitable Industry.The : equipped, when we hold a real fair: Its trust and believe there will be such who are thoroughly familiar with the Park, which he pronounced exceptionally
" I **' Respectfully yours specimen exhibited at the meet- all right for us to have miniature' crowd present at the meeting called calUvatiorrof-that staple: product state fine, and stated that In his opinion'this .

I*, T. A. Low. ing of the Board was grown in Fowler fair on Trade Day in borrowed buildings by Mayor Stanford that the court roomwill that they: never aaW a finer crop i in would be one of the roost profitable .

Park just across the lake from this scattered all over the city, but not hold them.IMPORTANTMEETING. Georgia or the Carolina: and that they crop that could: be grown'her*. ,He -I<
also *
Klsslmmee. FI .,.July 20, 1911.Mr..T. city, and while we are not informed askto 'comes to the real article it believe this section W be peculiarly broom advocated they establishment of a
A Low. Burton Ohio. the pains and work exercised in will require at least five acres of ground adapted to Its growth. There are nearly and handle factory.
bringing !it to such a high state of perfection and some substantial buildings to makeIt two hundred xacres In cultivation! President Nelson stated that he had
Dear,$ir: We are in receipt of your > heard from
we can readily believe that the success 'the prosperity of our around Apopka every stalk of which Mr. H, H. Edick.( who- told i
kind favor'of the 17th, and note con him h.
tents. with ordinary care and cultivation an county demands."I Of Tire Department Held on Wect:. (In perfect form and well filled -with had'.ucceeded Interesting
immense could be obtained bolls. some Northern capital the establishment .. '
yield on any think that the
b.atof the
I might say for your benefit that nesday Night of
of the land hi this The of that little( a cigar factory beN; and that
section. Mr. Ed of the people progressive
agricultural; and
- while a resident of Tennessee I' became grove garden 'lite manner in which Chief Porter 1 Is he would return about
September first-
Gilbert in brooralcorn city than toward
similar experimented growjpg character should be preserved from were more hospitable
afflicted (In a manner very
taking of
here several and he the'nozzle end of our. the and did 1 ready to begin preparations for starting
is in
to what are. I took this years ago year to year, for we will certainly hold fire strangers everything
you say you *
authority for the statement that there fair here department proves that the City their power to make their stay both an extensive business. H* also told
a winter 'for
I Florida a visit, every to
prescription : paid Council made no mistake In electing Mr Nelson that his
saw as much of it as possible, decided i is no section of 'this country bettor come as they of th.mael\e., in a few him chief. One of the finest things he profitable ancj pleasant. probably ask for company would
some concessions In
to its culture. Broom Amonatho who attended from this
adapted corn would e I
that Kissimmee was the best place in ; years, time make display that impressed those the
the I will be a necessity just so long as would outshine county fair upon who desired to city were Messrs. E. L. Lesley H. C. way of a location. ... .
sold out any yet
state returned
home my make connections On
with his bunch of motion
I insist the .Stanford A. E. C. A. Car- a committee consisting of '
women .sweeping floors Donegan,
held in this state. To do this must
interest and we
there and moved so waa'that
when he C
oftener than once a month thereforewe have good substantial in issued an order son, J. J. Griffin, Jno M. Lee. Robt. "Aj Carson- S. W. Downing and L.: ;
far buildings
\ hav* not regretted the change. My I he expected it to be ff L. ''
obeyed and Lesley
I tI! advice to thinking of Jo- are safe in saying that it will be inconstant which they could be_ kept without the Donegan, Alfred Donegan, W. J. Sears was'appointed to look' after
every person there was coming the
any kick to anyoneit matter of having a large board
demand and M. D. Wilson the entire sign
as long as time lasts. party
. fear of
decay and the I know y
( ... see"'first only
;;;:: Jeatingni"FJoTlda1s"comeand way could be taken up laterand that order ROmgf -automobiles. erected near the railroad,'OD which will,
i of to these '
before'breaking and'movlna1 procure buildings-( for the
. (.I ; up was most faithfully carried out be heralded the: needs of Kisalmiue
here. HAPPY MARRIAGEJudge people of this county to organize an association i Wednesday night when he Issued a no- the way of new industries. The advisability .

r ;" The gentleman you refer to, Mr. I put up, their money for stock tic* that a*meeting would"be: held in the VENTURESOME GIRt of advertising our needs along .d
: Stratton native .and knows more buy ground{ and build them. this line In' Northern and.Western paper ?
is a
tt., ; J. ". Walker and Miss Easter ( council chamber for the purpose of was also discussed, but definite
f ;;' about the country and its possibilities! LaMartin United l for life : "I think the beajt; time of year to completing<< the organization of the Kis- Comes Very Near flaying a SeriousMishap. action taken no
: than roost any person I could refer you: hold such a fair la along about the latter simmee Fire' Department., "
a" ,>., to. He is willing to back his Judgment Tuesday at 2 o'clock in the afternoon'in part qf January. At that time our Promptly at the hour appointed ((7:30): Laws of Florida.. f?
j. #y by spending money by the thousands of that quiet little town of Baainger. on groves and gardens are in the midst 6f Chief Porter called the meetingJA or 'A few evenings ago a young lady who The laws passed I,
t' dollars, money which he has made right the banks of beautiful Lake Okeedio-. their highest state of perfection and derv and asked all those who wished to rides horseback had- occasion' to cross 1911 by the legislature Of \ .t
i I .+ '. 'here in this county. The orange grove bee Judge J. H. Walker led to. the there are more people in this section of i I become members of the department to the "big ditch" at the point where of this are'1a Issued o. of with and made part '\ ,.; ;

t f, sold him consisted of about eight acres. marriage altar Miss Easter LaMartin, the state than'at any other time of the subscribe their names, when twenty.of 'Seminole street Intersect Breaker Under the law'each the Valley Gazette. ," jf;
': with thirty-eight acres of wild land In and there promised to love, protect and' year. There (Is no more d young men took the oath to never .venu. There (Is a foot-bridge the county is entitled registered to receive voter of ,;"
lightfull a ,
i f: addition all of which is located fourteen guard her from all harm until. the end month in the year than January and a f lour sleep as long as- there was the least ,.posed of four planks laid side by aide and we 'have used our beet efforts copy to ,

i;"" miles from this place by boat and, of' his time. display of our citrus fruits; vegetablesand possibility of a fire occurring anywherein that spans the ditch which. I. about 10 place- one In every voter's- hands 1('
i (.. -eighteen mile by dirt road.' Will add judge Walker ls one of the moatprominent flowers in the midst of winter or around Kiseimmee. feet wide,. There-is'no support the but through If' the medium of the,poatofnce, \. 't.., ;

. t- ,t,that, the price paid< for'this property. men" in'the southern .part of would be a ..revelation 'to our visitors With very few pr.llmlnarle..arfd. 'middle,. and the planks Are 'not regular' overlooked any registered he may procure voter has a copy been by :" ':

[ .. : this countand; has well and faithfully from those places where the only work neat deal less talk, the chief who la a ly placed, the middle one being several calling this office.! ' ,

. ..... '. served his people in many lines of trust; .'mal'perform.from November till the man 'that believes tn 'worlt 'and not Inches. lower than, the;others:,, Onto ,, ....
,. his latest office$ being that of> County I middle of April' la 'shoveling ..snow"off word, tOIdt, the new members that he this frail !structure, :"which"Tti''hardlysafe 1 .

I J.z::. n. Ki____._, 'B. J of TraJ./ Commissioner In .which body 'he was the sidewalkand, keeping the bay, burner > would expect them' to begin at' once for some foot passengers, this girl ., '-' .
, ,t- ,' recognized/ as an able'and safe counselor. rode.., The horse came near falling but Kuimmoo 'mmJ' i
filled with coal. oJ, '
,, fommJry .
: ,OfiM ifs _l.t.J eoeproeion = He Is the ,owner of thousands of perfecting themselves in 'fir* drill and ;
'.. "ii tliiato&fi.AnienieFmennfadeeie ; .. head.of.cattle. : .as ,well .as,_extensive ,f; "1 de riot 'mean'tp say that I'am not become- perfectly familiar with all the I got'OV I'. Had plank broke, or slipped wicAuM fhop, end mitt offmr.'tmb;
I. Orange groves.. + y, -'i' , u> favor continuing i 'our.Irade lays | d.t of-'a:' firema gi life; u..tIn' 7J.month's aside* serious, accident-might have- j ""' 'ttmntioi inJucomnii for'itteloem ,
suited '
ent.rprle.e' ./' 'Miss LaMariin 1i the daughter A good bridge"ought'to be *
"say late Robert I.M.rtln. and a sister of J the of at such'times as Out;: people think best' ; .' '\time be: ,would begin holding built hereby the' city. "It Is said that. \ tio. ".; .It en .;'e: se..;' i, I '
'cliGr.c'er: 'l'h.;! ". .; 'eoJfe fe. Mrs. A. A. 'Loll of this, city and I. for.the success, attending! ''our first one j practice drills;' but, that>o ,member, if the lumber Is furnished those who ydarweid'dipe'fL' '
1c..8i'o. :" i-.e' r ., loved' by; all for'' bee'- 'many womanly bRa convinced! m,that they are the best' 1 would;'be v made.acquainted;: _"with'the are Interested (and ther. are a number ", '' ; ,'Co' Stsfirrl' c ,.
"f. traits ,of. -character'and "lovable, dispo ,,things-w: could possibly employ to ad-: I Urn*'nor, what'', part of'.fhe'elty' ).they who rate want: there'IC badly should} ) win build I it.,: 'At Sterre.7ll.ard.I'Treali. !,; Aiy 4f
_.. sition., 1' .J' ;verfis*'the ...many"_possibilities ,and ad-1, j.Would 'IKS: >held,',and'-that he, would,ex crossing any as reported above.ntf,, -such. rash' ,.
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'. C..A..CAJtSON. '.. X. A. CKANrORD.VlcP: I. L. LUPFER. CLOUDITEMS and 'cak 'ald.the! guests'.were entertained In theciirult Court of-; tbe 8eYeDtla', >odlolalOlrcntt out,, a cx<1l... "II't;

".. ,i'J t. . .,......IcI.Dt.. -ld..t" Secretary. ST. with music and, indulged Iri'w |-a *.'... for OaoaoU County, '..Mt. of. Obtaittlilt gallons ma7 s apociitl permit thorefor.4k I. ".'"'
Florida, la Chanoerr, K.. ttom'plalnant .lIl1facture of ,
; J: '. 4 l' 4> "' ,11 dance,.)Ira.. Martin winning, a prize for ,j 'vu. t. C.Tbompaon. Rrnect LemonS V, Alea. from. gnaolPl"A perlDlt. enema for tbe. or apthash5lI O au.... "v'

''aDd.r, Hcnrjr ,WUorton.; Arthur Kelt All Lho lu'toPI lank Ia '.I' th. "' ,
best whOre
being the jlg'dancer.. perioDs claIming au interest under .John ... twilled en.l if -7" v>. lis (II) iirrbulldini :lI'
I OF INTEREST CUPPED lilll. daoeaaed, or otbvrwla All mraoui ,,'JJn5 at least two feet, oteiSJ. "I:!
K1SSIMIHEE LUMBER.CO. '''other than the above named uartlmi. claiming ?5 a"bul'cRn'Kti'! tiohited! from ." ..I *? bulldm..- '/

: fROM THE ST. UOUD'TRIBUNI(: TwHrnpTi .a IDler" 10 the property ha Ibis..bill des.l.crib.d. Iliel u..d ,,",' ... tU.DU'.O.Ullol' _Id '',t
,' .tMK .. '
.. .. .
. f' "e'.ad.n. sititl s diatta. ( ,'
\ ; ... t 1 Bill to Remove Cloud: (rose 'flUe..0 ., RKH.noil hits' thaU thirty fet iKL aU 'i2.jK. 3|
t'! .1 'i AU Wuom It Mar Oouiwrni' strOla .r piibUo pJII"e.J In ...
I Material', for Judge Peckham'a fine 1 Interesting Items From Our. Regular It appnarlng f rom the sworn bill of oonplalnl inItsi situ" tile alas alld capacity of tht supply and .

: newttfirite! on the )ake ''front is noW) be- : filed sited Ju In tblaonUM the property th.tthr..sre Involved. pe"ouIln""r.In thin suit"" ,eoor.1111.ponlL appitl'at11L I use.) for .genaratiag _-

4t irijfliauled from the train. The excavation Correspondent. other than Abe known defondanm, and that holding ...., .lene 1..b.1I b. so 000sUacted "1.1,
the namea of slid praouii no InteroKted are anti .1I.d .. to elMUr. the neatest; 't.
f' 'PINERoof :UMBER lor'th. foundation 1 1. well along. : The old saying that Christmas comes Unknown to the complainant aid that relief l luciitid nIelsIre, 01 safety: ..II "u'b ",, ralus 10"t..,
The ald bill of complaliiti'! .a".tnut audi outside of ''''III''od buihilligs. J
estimated the Is : .lwDd" catod
of building but once. a year Is a direct contradistinction . Jnud. nUil H. No permit to bto issued. JoT iho along opkeeping '; ,

: $ ;:'t09., to existing facts in. this local Inn It I. therefore ordered (ilt all purnoim claim- for SHIO or IIH. 'if 1I..IIDe. bu1t. .'",
t -, an interest In audio the folloulugileecrlbudpro In hllik .wu LIt uudurllruuDd ( .
J' . I ity. We have the old time cognomen | f, .nn.... In Count vt Usoeola, Htate of oa"th.. ) n'NII'' lauk. with 00 opening for V
FIorld.. lo-wlt > Hi.drawing the *veiof
Mayor Stanford Kisuimmee was : couwn' below tbe' :
from January to January and our citizens Lou flv.. ((5). six. (6), seven (7)) and nine ((9) Irround. but 10 he dr.wlI train by pumpa Si.itlIsIlk
here last Sudar1nhig auto during the of the Florida AcrluuUuml tompanj's aubdlvlelnn 1'ovl.I..1 t4.ftll a'utiiating pipe :'
HOUSE BILLS A SPECIALTY J appear, as a rule, well satisfied of accllou thlrt>-two. ("T.(. tuwnnhlitwrntr '| lIIuoll. aM hJlCh..H! .be roof. 0' the par.tolfltlIlit .
t. I rain. _The top gathered 8 bucket or with present conditions. This is also a flv. (:2A) south of ranxu Iblrt"oue,11) r".m.II"1r buildingS Uf' .ttd. 11(1 .,.,'b lank c.plbl. 43a 1 1of
two of water a fact his honor dispov I eaat, do enpear to the 'Qomplalnaut'a bill of CO.,11I1I11r. mllr" thau 1'00' KsIlo wUI bpertiUe.i .
noted Baptist neighborhood and. the complaint herein Bled, on or buUirethe Kuludayof wUhl1l lit roet 01 l '"l1d'uS., but aDJ'
ered later when It all fell into his lap. AliiKust lull, towlt, the "th day ofAnunut. I..... th..11 Ito cal1ou.. 'Ir'
la"k cotealnlne(
X>OOOOOOO<>OOCOOOOOOC>OO >OOOOOOO<>O<>OOO(>OCOXX O(>OOOt .:-.-- proverbial efficacy of the water cure I rlne the aald Mil will be taken an ruu- :I such bunod uidir-grottn'i. msy be Iobalecl ,
for femied.Itla "rol..I' other "u."lloll". (
spiritual diseases manifested in feet .f .
ns'an further ordered that thli order be pnb ......u shell keep ,
----- The Tribune pl morch.nt or otller \
: L, anniversary the preaching apd practice of. the O.D.'s llshml once work for twolve (U) eotinwiulvoweek I If. q hr In any stort'1 or on liii pIemIi
issue for thelatter; part of August, and In the Klaslmmue Val ft GaxrtU a I within ii iinim the lire: limits, moro thsnpotinilHof tweniv flye j
\. who look afti-r the Sheep and
S newspaper published. In wild Oiwoola Cuunty. ,ilynsmile any' one tlmsv .
readers I powder
are kindly requested to brine and general' circulation ,al-l coiiutv.Wltneai lu < .
Lambs of that noted flock. We are la lad this qtwnlMy shall be kept : { -
: r"r. :
in ajoy views they have-of build- Minor 8. Jou... Jude of aald Circuit (ir- U box oraii.t.t'r, cuiupl.. l:
:1 may likewise In' the midst of the Hodge'sfamily ('ourt. and my name. clerk thereof and cure No or unrsmia,, shall ."".110 or deliver)?
: LET US DO YOUR ings, etc., at their earliest convenience. of citizens the olUelel sal of .sid rourt tbla s"th day of IN this peiaciii ell' ) any powder or .'I> u. i ite oODIe.if. }
-'most our bllng.lnsome'
April A.D. ItlU. other
Clear III boil ur 10.(1. ur lu an7 manner .
prints are necessary In tho mak- connected with this noted Arthur K l>ol"'II.n. IIr.rrll'lI ally, tu lie any olh"r arlld", under ", Do i 1'l
way >
t ; VULCANIZING' I IV ing of good plates for printing in the II'EAL] rl. rk of Circuit Court.By all,. 0' c"II.c.'lun..r' the t.ole. psckage, 10 .,
of I) C.
; progeny an illustrious English family. Kllsa oth Johnston .'..IIUou tU 1110 11110 ifltPOId fur vJol.tloD. ,, '
paper. G. F. K.l .ba. Solicitor for Complainant.
. Rex and our postmaster Mr. lbl.orolo..llre
t.orporstion.'wlthovt, :,
I'". No person.. firm or
\ Hatch about the residents who permit or license therefor. ',
are only first prurtng ii
We have a fir t-clat plant with expert work. A contract will soon be rnajde foi putting Notice of Administrator. lu-reiu flro'I fail to share this honor and the former ..
keep for n.
: { men in charge. All work Iguaranteed and turned 'down twenty-five new wells and I. at present domiciled with Mr. Lem- In Court of the County Judge,.t state of Florida:: I or'ITi'ili'ror' uwiTii iiry'pBrl) trade or manUfao."
In E.tsIeof L>ecmand -
for putting up an 'equal number of new re Catnrrlnn Hturievant tur any rsrliltlc that .will l Ire. sn Infiamuiabl. '"
out within 24 hour from receipt. Price reasonable. uel and Mr. Hatch is ,<>HPHola County. itit
Hodges, our near. .unt.Ht -
'I. dwelling houses on Doop's new additionat Noiloe: la. hereby K'vpn' to all whom It may A pn1.)1t); :usy htruo,1: for the. .t6r.... t;
: t; Full line of Tire, Tube, Patches and Automobile the aouth end of Massachusetts est neighbor. S concern; that on the Ihth day of December: A.D. or k''l'hllC, Tot 'Is I. or o.lciUIll cerOide (In w.te. .1:
ave. the Honorable Oeo K . .J
We the of'an Jail, ahall apply to tlllht iei..l, ..,.'. h..hlll -it.5l-'it7 0' not "
,;, convenience every Tarker. Judge or ,aald Court a* Judite "' Probate. each the 'i"
,. Supplies. are being prepared and full particular e..d1\l1l .,lli' II It nlret I II'") 1'01111,11
. I day mail, with a long and short mode for my final' dlwhsrgn an AilminlHlraKir! furcuate iiunntliv not u exeeinix hundred ,
will! be given later. of the E taUt of Catherine A. SUirti-vnnt. d.' (ttitl'" ) iMiuiniH.. prtiildod;' thai supli cans oCearuiil "
V aaaaaaaaasaaaaaa of conveyance, the former significance craned, and flint at thu samo timeX will pruMntny l... .....r.In a dry. v. stcrurooi, wall ventilatod 1.(.
I final acoountH aa Adnilnlntrator' of Kaidrktat titi l ,not more tfisn. one brokan
Juan Co. referring to the contractor and the lat. plncf II
:k 'V San Garage ., slid aak for their approval.
St. Cloud is to halve a high school established peekIlge kl>f "'. I I h I.rcnli.Piit any onvtldaf
Dated June 9. A. I). 1VII. ::: ;.
ter to an automobile which is used for Ii. Ti I tilt boil iii.j i Ia uso.1 exclusively far III
in accordance the laws K. B.Ctll'-nN. and If It lada.Uiili4il .
with II..- _Inr... '"! t calcium earbldv 1
Orlando Fla. this purpose. We have likewise a local .'4-onee a III-lim.. AilminlMlritlorCitation oth..
: of Florida. This decided I .t I icii-l .111I1)I I I (eel I Irom r bnlldlnrt,
was .
upon this !I.< Ilivcn by tba tltyl.ini ) t
auto, the'property of' Mr. Charles - - NWiltli-n permit may
week at Kissimmee by Superintendent, < on i-il I lor I Hi.- '- in ,. _. Hatch. This gentleman is a mechanicof of Administration. 1: Irflll:(Milling,: Jl tioi ,u"i i x<''.,' Sears. who assured .Messrs. Colvin and Tl.VMh'll, i Ih)t.-.t."fintii < arl,.'",- "r Hlcirrd In nov )
McNew in an interview that he would some note; and his vehicle can at all In Court of the County JuHire. f-taU of Florida. / 'X.-OlllllK 'bit IMMIIIImitt III.I, 'te In: kcnlol water- '4,
: : : ::::
: ;
times be found ready for service. Oftceola county. Kiitate of Lola; Wood. derea od.: ;; ; lin, tIll I t.I'|itni -'mil I l.inldlun no |
, at once prepare' the course of study to -by the"! Judge of said l-ourt ...rnIT""r, IIn', ..It. r Ih... jnM < .llldUSceIttl i iAn \
:4 '" -- -- '-- -- Rev. Mr. Graw from ckwood is at Whereaa. J W. Thompson han pplifd I to thm ,-l-, II I' -lotit. I- I" ''ttttt.l, .
be pursued and furnish it to our school the ,,,in'UoTi'"rHtiiMis falUnr
Court for letter *f Admm.Mtration on etttut I Al |.i r"i.0.h I
1 to be followed present the spiritual advisor of our cold of Loin Wood. deceaoed., lute of nid County ofO .." ,' iniiilt' .s nil or Sto ittIttg HIIof the terms of i
principal with other water friends. His .c. ......................... regular appointments
iln arm
necessary authority and information.The The.. are. Therefore To ell. 'and admonish all l'Ilo- I II" '" il -M ry ) uid |
are the first Saturdays and Sun and singular the kindred and creditor of Haid. or .'.lrprflIt.'t I : : ril.tIi:: : ::t ttiI : r t.fTvli'l t.l'IIOo. .tJ
t.t EMIL IVlACH ERNEST IVlACH local school board :wi Hat'once make dvceaiied to le and before thin ourt Oil or I Ii h'', ..rJ".,, lad Ii 'in i'fiVt "II and aRer \::-
days in each month. We had the pleasure before tha tih day of July. AD It'll\ and I tilobjectiona. a "" '" ..I tltor ,1l'j ,\
?: ''I; A&tI\.d.rd OH Co.. i I some changes and improvements; in the of hearing his last discourse on, if lany they have, to the KEifrtlnK 1 of ...' I '1 lII'C tt 0-5.-loll,,, lId-/ .th day of J uly. (I'J;
r Building, and have everything in readi- letter of Administration on aaid e.tafr;otherwiae A lU, t'
; :MELCEI: : : "Grit and Greenbacks, and the sub- the same will be urranted to ....hl J W H MAKI4flN t
: IBIRXDSJ ness when' the term opens. '1 hompaon or to ome other lit |>er. ject was so well handled that sever*) of Who,.. my name an County Judu of the ,I A II--' .
.. the became County .mfoTeaakl this the Jf-th day of June, AL). 1 I It )I.IIKHT
congregation sufficiently
Livery Feed and Sale Stable The members of the Drum Corps are Itlil ,I'-t. ,,l lh-t ity.'lktiaimtSeeA '- t tKI.I
J engrafted with the idea that they had [MEAL] GEO F PARKKK.' : II"" '" .j 'hI'. 17,1 ,I.lY ,,,t 11117. A I II. !lIlj,.:
planning to get uniforms and have 2-- .It County JudRe. 11 CJ tSt-.lAhR1J. qts '

: . Agt. International Harvesting Co. + made a start by ordering caps. We the grit to deposit greenbacks in the n ___ ._ _ : -t\ M.;or tIl ,h. It) of K 1&.lmme,: :

hat, passed around to gather in the
. + believe\ an entertainment could be arranged tiths. Mrs. Hatch has number of Application for Final Discharge.In '"
2 .A.X..L : : : :=: ."V""Y'
BJNDS :E.A. Lr: G_ ; whereby a sum sufficient to pay Ordinance
anti-Baptist ducks a specie .that do not Court of the County Juilire. Htate of Florida.Oaceola l '7
for uniforms could,, be realized. The County In re '..::.;. of Time 13.... Am"II,1I1I1C, an OrdlnauccKntltltnl. Ao Ordl- ,
Everything new and first class. We render prompt and take kindly to the water. dec'd. lianrc I'rulilliltliiK I "of" II II I tIg at Lane Dor.1
boys are altogether worthy of that consideration IliK OTlaiu: ,.,. : all, Cattle, ':<: I'I
Notice la hereby riven to all whom It concern -
; satisfactory service day or night. and much Besides The question whether Christmas is that on the 10th day of January. A may l>. l'.H2\ liiillK." AI.lrovoti i L'c-tc.tM.r ',. I'KW" by I'roblbm: 'I"1
:' more. amenable to the state game law has not I ahall apply) to the Hororable Geo. K I'ark.r.Judtreofaaki !Inn''I all Cattit. rum KuuuInK at i.srije at Any i ,,
the good music they furnish willingly .. Court., .. Judas of Probate for a Tlinviiliik
"" yet been tested in a constitutionalsense final diachanre .. adminlntrmtor of the mtate of lie II OrI..I..1 l.y I he 7 .."net I of the <:1\701' 'l 1 j

: ; :: Kissimmee. Fla. Phone 113 : .gentlemen.they are individually. and collectively and as our people are strictly Time will preswnt Baaa. deceaaed my final;accounta and that at. administrator the same time of I Mel ishlniiiite, (I inii, I. That .section I <>l an Ordinance! *. <>(!*

law-abiding, we consider that the best saul estate and aak fur their approval I ell''I' l'f.l. "A I, Onlinanee prohlhl. lit 5 the Runvrtiitn 7
Ht 1-nrKc I MirluK t Hours 01 all t
!' A.DIt'll..
.................... ...... A party of thirty or more veterans method in testing the efficacy of a law 2>1-1 ated OSCAR 7th.' HA83. 8r.. Administrator. amcuilvii tlii.Txc .c-i't so.llu'N B.'J 1 o,"rmicl.BplirciMil' a. fi.llousS Oc, t..bff' .5. 1\101I,bel if I.

is to yield implicit obedience, the game "< 'il<>ul. 'I'h.ruloll,." nt lame of all cattle .
UT UTH' went out to Mount Peace Cemeteryand being allowed to roam Unmolested over vtltlnii tlivi-orN| >...1.. 1 Ilia. City' of Kis. 'i! I
of last ,lmni-v Is It.-., I b> '.iUH-1aii' a milMilire. auVusl-( .( I
_. spent a good part Tuesday our vast domain. Notice of Administrator. |.,, :prolilbiu-d.' and\ II -liall I I niilau in completing the roadways and foot- tin-o tt I'r..r lISt n...... (if nn> i'aJ the to permit ''IKamc
- The general crop has not been prolific !n Court County Judiie. Hlat of FlOTI :: paths and in making other Improve- \ this weather re Kntate of Stella U. Wright Dooeaued. OHCVoli _'. A II i.Minnmivs. "r ).urts iherecf.I ;; xjj
'. L. M. MARSH & Co. ments. The work will be continued year, dry interfering, county. I in t-III, lt-r-t. II It.. t....' th, "..too afttijl13,11011' ... ,
I but vegetables of different varieties are Notice la hereby: .given, to all whom; : It may hy .
j grounds that Ihe; until the will be a model and concnrn on -' INmt' tills Onlllislice taCS :
DEALERS IN PINE LINE OF abundant. I ehall prekent my annual accounts na A<1- eff ;;.t''r:I : : I I. lull' I ;,
I worthy of all admiration. Hunters' Paradise contains an aver-. mlnlktriuorof the dUe of Hiella r STAPLE AND FANCYGROCERIES to the Honorable tiro. K. I'nrkiT A "II. I'Ml\' I-,
age number of dears, but as Rex has Judneof ...1,1 COurt. an JudRu of Probate. aud i W II MAKINSON. '
It has been a busy week for the como, : acM for their approval.i l're.l.h',1| | ol Cuiini'll\I ol\ illy i ul K,Kiaalmma
not yet had a fair opportunity of pass- > July :3. A. 1>"..1911.
1. I mittee ot the Ladies' Improvel1ent'Club iog the portals of this-'sacred inclosure, A. E. DROL'UIIT. J. I K Ul LUBRT. ClerkApproved "If'"If'AII..I'
: ; i in the iW-lam-6 laps-Pd Adnlnl.I..lor. thin vtli davof July, A. D. 1911
ot reading
charge public '
': cannot. at present give particulars. t-Vs.ll II CLAY 8TANVORI
'yA . RPX wIlLba..back in. Osceola
11, ; :::t', FPEI-4: AND PURE i county '
books and papers arranged inoidrndclaisified5 about then-first.of. Citation of Administration. - _- -- ,
September help '
FREE, DELIVERY to'.all parts of tbe city. Prompt and courteous atteation. other "
and improvementsmade. you ''watch Kissimmee grow." In the In Ooiutof the County: ;Judge State of Porid. Ij. C::;; L S..r :er, ;
TK K'C>HC' He to_ Deceased the
It is the wish of the ladies that the Kfttste of Amelia Ballsrd by --
meantime we cannot forget Valley Judge of said Court.
:= .ssbnxnee's: -
. :"v: patrons kindly put papers. magazinesand Gazette nor fail to recognize the success \\hxr..... K. T. Butler has applied to thin :: 'I' '
L .tt..r Admliiistrat",, on Iho ii.' ""\ '
(Jourt for <
books back where Driller 'f/;
,; ._ -_- they belong. its editor has attained in buildingup late of Anw-lla Hallard ditccanod. into of said II-
This is not asking too much, and all I County: of tmcfola.Tbeae .
r Osceola county and 'the cities within : are. therefore. To cite and admonish is prepared to drillARTESIAN 1 :.
gentlemen will observe the request. Us borders. REX. all and altiftnlar I the ki-oh.!rail and creditor ofnalil I'

The There all that is asked is 4lcoenne4 to be and appear Lttfore Ibis
no charge; Court on or before the Mil day of Allgunt. A. l lIHI U WELLS {
that common decency 'be practiced in" ] I. and file objections. If any they have to thetn.ntig dIn
or IjPlUT" of Administration. on saidentste.
/ SURPRISE the matter of- not littering up the" floor DAVENPORTInteresting otherwise the name will be /Krantcd any section of KloridsV't.:J!|

j$] Call and see my I line and "messing" up the literature. The said'. *t. T. Duller or to aomo other lit in-rson or {(
i' DRY GOODS SPRING GINGHAMS ladies i.n charge 'pf the room have spent Iln.- Ill" name an County Ju,lK6 of the '
County 'or..ld tithe the i tlUI> day of July A. I U. 1'en years ot Buccessful Well (
money and time in what is work\ of Items From: That Thriving I Drillin" i is a Guarantee of
: 'VieBll Ji
GOODS :0. F.
STORE ** love in caring for the room, and pat- Little City. .1I-4l County Ju<\41'". Ability to produce the best -' "'.

i. EMBROIDERIES rons should exercise ordinary courtesyin results. -'"
- --- -
I using it. A fine game of base ball! was played C t:

LACES ETC between Taft and Davenport of for Tax Deed '
MRS. E. L. PEA CE here last Friday Notice Application TWO AND FOUR INCH

The movement now under way in St. teams, resulting in a victory for Under Section 574 and 575 WELLS A SPECIALTY '-

Cloud to plant trees along the streets Taft. General Statutes of the State of
Beaman -
: Building and in the yards. for shade and beauty, Rev. J. N. Stephens,' of Zephyr Florida. .P. O. Box 344 f f

promises to make St. Cloud one of the Hills, who is a cousin of Hon. G. A. "'Notice iMhereliy 1C"'Olllhal W. W. Clark, ) iir-
..h..rr..f 'lax (Orlinc-ate No. 2'1. dated the (>th ;:'
.. most beautiful cities of ths state. The Stephens, president of the Moline (Ill. ) dtiy of July. A. I-'. 191X1' has filed said Cerilfinate: e. r.l1rid.a1 .
---- - --- --
.4 preference for street trees is the live Plow Works a land owner in this colony I In| my<| to otlli'c isiiuc and in has accordance made application with law hjTIniHO Hald?

I oak and water oak. The oak is one of i is visiting }he're now.- riTlllUHKpmbrscesi. the following described k
pro"er.ltllal<'d 111 Ooeola County Florida.
ROLLINS COLLEGE Winter ParkOLDEST the finest and .most valuable trees in Mr. A. H..Leonard .is assembling! material I-wlt. Thi northnaai qiiarter of the norlh- .
St L-nt qunrlc'i of the north..ast qnnrter of Nee'- LOK F*R
varieties selected for his lots for a building.Rev. ,
the world. The upon tin JI I. Iowushlp2, 2" Fail 11 hiH -

COLLEGE AND MOST BEAUTIFUL CAMPUS IN FLORIDA use in St. Cloud grow rapidly. The W. C.'Jordan went to Kissimmee ni.i| ] Ini.d, Ix-lng .N..d at th" date of the ISKU- '
HlifOf>f each certificate In the 1I..1II..f, John :___4-
College: Academy, Music Expression, Fine Arts, Domestic old boys may not all live to see these on business last Tuesday. Rev. Mf(4ilvora. Unless said certificate Hhsll bo reCH ;; ; .. .-

and Industrial. Business, Normal Course trees form archways across our streets Jordan expects to b'6gin(; building soon. thereon<;IIH-.I: on-cordHlg the I Un lo day law.of A tax gust.dee A.I U will I'.HlMtnesH l intuc

Twelve four dormitorlm, .. ctr'llghl8 mosFof them will be here to seethe The Parrish plant is preparing to \ mv hand and official signature at
i building* BC| rnle roomn. "'-.m heat. el"" but lBsimmwe.I Florida tliia: 7th day of July, A. I II.Lilt. .

flrBnroUcctloii Fiiur tearhi'iH, flnejmuu.Ium.uf lutmk'. 1'illiiU 110 orgmn.malaria. doava quarMrmiIIIIn plan.* ... two gice dollar club 1'0do..m.uL,. cboru. clans trees make a'good start and scattera haul logs in over a tramway.Mr. .

-. ;!' BuD 'rb new room fur bunlntwa bi'hool. full baolclpy equliimeut. Burrough addlntr- good deal of grateful shade on the H. J. McKeown left for the l$,.oIJ Circuit ARIIIIJH Court.: ......K..ola I'ONEOAN.Clefk County. Kin.Kv .
machtn, lypw writeri two iiiKtruriora '..'''I.r.New .
,,'.Iu..1, l liTlcal I.bora lor .,.. oqulppnd with every modern device; .u- streets and yards. North last Monday. lie expects to return JAMKH M. JOII.NATON. 1) C.

4 $ aljuH ol .oil,. liirtllixer.. foodn, wHlrr. ; reparallon. for eliKlneerliiK/ couriel.r of the
Ben charge
( L:' kn,. boating: : aHiinmhiK' irolf: tennis, foot h.lI. baakot ball ; four consecutive soin.: .
i yearn* ('hAinpios., of Ktitttt In liall.
The Rebekabs of St. Cloud gave an- place.
('brl U,, but
4( ii uuol"1I01l1111"Uo."li expend modnrBte; srholarnhlpa avallabln. An Ordinance
For Catalogue. artiln-n! "N. F, BLACKMAN" Ph. D. LL. D., Preeldent.cI43 other one of their popular socials at Mr. I. C. Trumble manager of the vUoverutng
'/)! their hall on last Friday evening. There Davenport Hardware Company's store. the Maiiuf"clnre.' Storage Sale and

; week after few days' I Use of l.'otnbuatlblH ElploHlYeor. Dangerous -
._ was a big crowd out and twenty-five1 returned last a i Materials wlthiu the Fire Hums of Klmiii) _
- '
--- -------- --- the absence visiting in the North. m"
sold at auction bringing
pies were >
Ha It ordained by the City Council of' the Cityof t
handsome: sum of $14 for the society Misses Edna and Stella Hitchcock Kianlimnee. Florida I
I George N. Saunders 1. Permits slid licenses herein provided for You'U look far and wide beforeyou'll ;
...; treasury. One feature of the evenipg's two daughters of Mfcvor Hitchcock, to be laaued oiib ifttloli m writing tothe I
: llK'r: :: ; find up-to-dat
entertainment was that of disposing ofa have returned to Davenport from Illi City! Coonoll a more. ..
k1 If71 The CItY Council reserves the rl hl. If atanjtlme
/ BOAT BUILDER fine cake presented by Mrs. Robert nois. They are glad to get back to. an lu |Ita judgment the miblio aafety J
shill require It. ta amend and add to the r POOL
f Mercer. The plan of sale :was for some agreeable climate. dulremeuts. or rwitrlotloim herein prescribed! i

,, Agent for "FERRO" Engine one to walk up and lay down a nickle Mr. C, D. Sanford'is hauling lumber:; before granted the hereunder expiration and'of to any require permit compliance or license Look. todayyou'll bw* -t

,, KISSIMMEE FLORIDA and the auctioneer would announce its out on his land preparatory to building.Mr. with alien amendment or addition*. us over J
,U. __T..i n c..oe. sale to the person in question, and this C. Torgerson has just arrived It. By the I. meant term aiiy"expletive,rompuuud compound or mixture orml1ture" more then pleased with out; upO'date <

'S followed in turn until 200 nickels from Chicago and is building a small capable of causing a suitdeu and great develoit- tables equipment. r'
'. I _ _ _ _ _ _ 1'0'84 meet of Kssses and 0011"'" lien,violent Increase .

,, . : DON'T READ THIS! JENKINS & WOODIIAM were offer d! The' last one to offerthat' house' on his land near St. Charles of ItJoD.prevaur by rapid' combuilion 'or. daoompoa' Popular prices. 'f

''sum 'was hugh R. May. This Lake. 4.: Jfo person, flrm-or corporation without -

?S. k,,." I like opposition. I def com'petition. brought.$I1I more-far. the._treaaury.or ThDcar&L Trade 1 Is negotiating<<: tint proqnrluc a permit or license therefor '
t $ Under no condition will -- -- from tOt .buuwithintb.' .Aze Umits 01 :

:I budge from my posltioJ If you (24 in all with' a manufacturing concern with a the oily of Klaalmmaa.tranaportt cell have exnloslvecompolind. store, H. E. BRYAN: :
manufaoiure. us* or
' ; house that I. stout and View to them to locate here. keep, any
*; "f wsnL a getting or a mixture compound, adaptionoreootrtvaooaoonkalnloa ,4t3 ,

.e ''watuPl'OGt and damf proof, .ee Surveying and On Wednesday afternoon s, party of The prospects 'are good. but this; explosive prohibition oompuunfd .b.U- -_ t

,,.-. -.i.i4c'h.' ) 'no'' Diekeraon. It par; yea. for reterans and their good wives gatheredat : The..young people are ,enjoying the not apply the ordinary keeping dlla-li: ,,/i'.,
: ,fJI moneyif you pet: amall arms ammunition as practiced W. S. HARWELL
sn.loo horn of Mrs. Anna M Purk
. 1'., :his letting contracL Drafting the pleasant bathing. privileges at Gilchrist ware aDd portln goods houses. ta 44
,, Blaich on Minnesota avenue aid ia along on schedule : 6. NO peraOfl oorporatlon, without
; I : 11.ibo.andl..u.Loot.h.. ICing Wind. Everything license
or thereforaaUCr as
t 4- \..... 1'--' c--.t.. PJee&.r Hair. ..... raised, a>'pole1! And nn furled )) fine.flag..'and we are. proTId.rloll a permit illtall. within the fire Jlmlta of PEAL EST; T.
w 1 .' '. .Brie' 0.--. Bride aad.other u.toUoa. .....- manulacuir* or crap for sale -
,__ .. Those present weN Mr and MrsvVTow looking for greater:.things.AwantsdTta .. or Klsalmmee keep for_store. III any In. trade or menu tan.tsrany Notary Public at Largo --

'B. DICKERSON JOsnc uE1TIflK ten-Mrszd i Mr,yi Baker'; 'Mr andMps -4,_ .- -. -' -1\ lIqul4. .hlob..1II emit an inflammable --
"' at at.Itsper.l-nls! MIOW' 110 d"lfr huh- O1lce'Y 1toberaon'sPbt
w Contraetor and Builder ISSIMMEELA .'" BuIlard. Mr. nd' ; : i. Valley.Gazette-al, ...apor.bel, .. test., In U. Teall.bue' closed I>7ro- !

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Improve Your Orange Crop. 'Explosion That..Wrecked the"" Maine :

.j Occurred: on the'Inside.HaTana The W. t:=T.',U. held its'last regular FAM LY: Groceries .

1 r meeting on the pleasant grounds of theChapter1 8'a ',
''yOUo'u' treeawh' July 22.-Yit rday the wa- ._
J UP TO crop hu eooct'.tart i your House on Friday the 14th, a" -
ITS their boat'; but they must have the right'kind of planrfoodto ter th. Main was lowered to The attendance was not as large as usual "'+ No- '
; help them- bold and mature the fruit they how hare to in- the 29-fodt level and the wreck,,now '
its- to the tree and to oh account of the sbsence fromtown FRESH' MEATS 1
; crease sbipping' qualities, strengthen tandt 4n a moraaa of soft mud 'which '
give! to the fruit the true''FLORIDA": flavor which nothing;can' 1: will Boon be removed. The dnrnplnff.ofgraft of torn of its members>> bat what .
l counterfeit And that's of citrus It lacked in numbers -" .
r wythe majority. discriminating It made up In enthusiasm .. sad clothe)1
,grower are,alwaya I:'' : a around quantity the of base:tone of into the calaaona the cot"ferdam ., Ai) interesting literary program D Iiv.rjEvery' .Day. at Any.Hour ,iraurneda,

Armour's '. .was rendered and dainty refreshments Patronage Solicited 1
'the .
.Orange forced mud in the 'cofferdam upward . Porter and. Mrs ,
w t ._ Armor' F"itDttd'; Vine, or* .. .. a" distance: of ten feet. This atone Miller.;. The elDbe..'pledged: 'themselves ; "North.JCIaalmmee- -- Phon.Ila' rl1 t }r
the ,i.
Armour's Blood Bone and Potash teem 'to''bave-added'greatl-to'
; that each,would make an effort ,
Btrength of the caUaoni; at least it appears -" "
'The fertilizer exactly adapted to your grove u in the Armour 'line Z't so to 'the casual observer, but to bring in'a recruit at the next meeting ., THE LONG STRIDES
+ :.o why rot get the benefit of their ,experience ? A poet card willbring whether it has increased their'reli.t- which will occur! August 11th., t1 which we have made In the Plumbing
full information. As an organization,, the W, C. T. U. business the
: and s sufficiently can only be a subject are results of our broad
Better V8B"4ARMOUR'S" than "wt.h had.'sMANUFACTUREP .
: you for future decision. has always been characterized by a spirit and honorable policy of treating the t'
)t ,. --. -- _. -- of,unity and purpose. It Is. unique In public, not ai birds from whom.every
.. Ever since the beginning of this work, .
leather be '
: that it la entirely free from snobbishness shonld plucked, but rather:
,7 'i' BY, as the water was lowered foot by foot, as cnstomerfwhose future welfare .
:. ARMOUR FERTILIZER. WORKS' the mutilation ofthe, Main wssi revealed ; and every earnest woman la given would be identical with our success. d
: : with increased intensity until it now the'glad: hand of, fellowship_whether In treating patrons liberally' they
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA *h'ebe rich-or poor high or low Itqu'tion. have returned like treatment many;; i
appears that.all that part of the .hip ( r fold. " '
no woman's religion or.poli ____
forward of the bridge was entirely destroyed .
:.......... ............ : by the 'explosions.. The, main tics, remembering that the Golden Rule PIONEER M

explosion seems to have occurred near is the best guide given' us to live by. : '. PLUMBING .SHOP.H. .., -4
'All are welcome who sincerely wish for EDIltlNDSWABEY'.Pwop'1' i .
the bridge on the port aide and destroyed .
; the uplift of humanity. Come and help OFFICE M UOUIWIT "J IIUIsTIEE. BJl ,*, i2v
the port side of the'ship to a point
r At Our us to make our work more efficient and .
Stop Garage little abaft of midships, while\ on. the
GP-ag0 to awaken a keener interest in the great r
starboard side it tore away the immense "' .
will notice to satisfaction f
ana you your armor cause .
and the belt of
p the fine display ojf motor gun plate turret as if they h'a4 Jbeea( so heavy much card.board. !. "To, be the thing we seem. EVERY' SUCCESSFUL MAN ACHIEVES .*
II cars we have for to do the thing we deem
This turret and armor plate SUCCESS THE SAME WAY-: b-,.
.. e e
Enjoined by duty
and Sale ; ..
e Livery have not yet been located. AI it does
To walk in raith nor dream -
not seem possible that they could\: have MONEY r -
We agents for the celebra.tedEMF.
are Of questioning God's scheme .,
Automobile. You can bny been blqwn far away, it is likely that 'Of truthand beauty.'" Do you want to be successful? Start saving now. Put your: money In '
they will be found the mud near the
pleasure for the same price you '
for trouble. A side! of the ship. CITIZENS BANK OF KISSMM
will have .to pay occurred A UVER MEDICINE ..
##fMIX little Investigation will convince Where the main explosion : '
nothing is to be seen of the ship for a 1
1 \\1t\ -AS GO D AS NEW you. strip of about thirty feet wide extend We have more Savings Accounts' than any'otb.r Bank in a
t. Steam Vulcanizing and RepairingGriffin's ing from one side of the ship to the other Osceola County.A .

but the conning tower, which was Dodson'i Liver-Tone Doei the Same Savings Bank I loaned r"REE. If you haven't: procured I .
: : Garages .one, do so at once. r v.A.BTBDB f
y well forward of where this explosion occurred Work as Calomel Without Making +

4 MILLER BUILDING. BROADWAY is attached to a great mass of .
Yon Sick. It U Vegetable, .
E. DONBOAM.President ,
steel thrown upward and backward un W.: B. NOBTON C..hb.

. \\J til it is bottom side up at least feet - Tastes, Good and Never
u -- -- .
away from its original position. :
Of course nothing can be obtained -- srY

from the engineers at work in y e way Everybody who. has' ever taken'calo- .
of opinions regarding the disaster, but mel knows what a strong drug it is. '

ROSS.GRAVES from the position- the steel it deems Calomel spurs the tired liver as if it

t quite likely that the first explosion was were a tired horse, and while the liver Ideal Fertilizers

, CARRIES A COMPLETE STOCK OF very near the bow, which in itself did works harder for a little while, it is soon '

a e an immense amount of damage. This weaker than ever. ,,' .
explosion was evidently of an internal Dodson's LiyerToneis a vegetabletonic
i HARDWARE'PAINTS hature. The position in which the bent that gently induces the most slug-. B'est.'I

r : steel work is now found is almost abso- gislLltfer to work. Taking it is followed I

OILS, FENCE WIRE AND STOVESAND lute evidence of this fact. This explosion by no bad after-effects. No restriction To gain a place on our regular list a formula must not only produce
ripped up'the forward part of the of habit or diet necessary. For results but results with a PROFIT.. The user -of fertilizer.
SELLS THEM AT EXTREMELY: LOW PRICES: ship from the starboard side, throwingit either children grown people. considers the effect on his pocketbook REAL result. '
IDEAL FERTILIZER produces the right effect, for. it works
over to port and a little backward Kissiromee Drug Co. sells a large bottle
with Nature. The preference of each class of vegetation .for"' its> -I
:. BROADWAY KISSIM. MEE. FLORID-A that it now bangs parts of it, .at least of Dodson's Liver-Tone for fifty source of plant food carefully studied as well as the proper proportions '. ,,
twenty-five feet over the port side of cents and guarantees it to be a perfect to give perfect balance-no lack no waste. "_
I ft. the vessel.\ substitute for calomel, and will give With proper application of proper food, vegetation outgrows
; diseases end inserts to a great extent, and being stronR'and vigorous.,'
'1'.t The.second explosion, which was the you your money back if it disappoints
; fruitrtbat Is ,
tl produces pleasing to the eye ana palate and bring
one farther aft, tore away all that part' you. financial returns pleasing to the grower. It
of the ship up to the point where the --- -- -- -- -- Do not lose the maximum profit due you by using poorly balanced. ,. ',
first explosion had worked its damage, Florida Maps. plant food from Improper sources,. IDEAL stands for PROFITCall ;/" "r

t. and as the resistance in the forward Upon receipt'of 25 cents at the Valley on our local !agent
STANFORD had been weakened,' it Gazette office pocket map of Florida *
will be mailed to any address. in the &
H. C. COMPANY doubled all this mass of steel backwardand United States. We can also furnish or address ..ti

turned it bottom up as indicated. maps of Osceola county at (1 each, and '
t, All visible evidences indicate that the will be glad toe.tlmateon sectional( maps Wilson & 'Toomer: Fertilizer' Co. Jacksonville, of kind.
damage now to be seen was occasionedby any .
\ .
. : DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, : ; .;'" ' Whether two distinct there was.internal another'explosions. 20 cents a hundred
1'' ,: ';'" "i}'[ which occasioned, the two explosions ..

.. .r' ":.,' 'i-'FURNrSIIINds .' ml J\ : mentioned is a matter for,future '" 6
determination and when the mud AnsweHtHoffestlj; I n j jAre
SHOES Dud CLOTHING is all removed it may be possible to decide -

., I this point. The ROLL BASS :

.y's ur be road I. 'a'.4 Of.course these are only deductions!', the Statements of Kissimmee
sells they I but they are obtained by a close studyof Citizens Not More .Reliable
the position of the wreckage and of Than Those of Utter Bcardcn Building Block from Depot

AS CHEAP A5 ANY the plans and photographs of the Maine St rangers.
: and it seems that they are the most log- Fresh Florida of all 189."V
(: : ical conclusions to reach. and Western .11 .
On Thursday a number of human This U a vital question.

bones were found on the main deck at a It is fraught with interest to Kissim POULTRY. EGGS.. FRESH : '
I It' mee.It. I
point near where the shoe with the remains -

H. C" STANFORD COMpANY of a human foot was recently permits of only one answer.It 'Special ytllenlion to Phone Orders and Free .
can not be evaded or ignored.
found. Upjn examination, physicians !
Delivery lo any part of the City. Phone ,
A ftpimmee citizen here .
from J speaks ,
decided that the bone. came three a .$
f Kissimmee, Florid separate bodies. A number of. small Speaks for the welfare of Kissimmee.A -:'. \

articles were found, but it is not expected citizen's statement is reliable.An . II"r/ I

that the bulk.of the remains of utter strarger's. doubtful. Ca-A. CARSON President n. C. BRYAN, BtCHmrrABTThe : : : :
the unrecovered bodies will be located Home proof is the best oroof. {''il

f until some of the mud is removed. The George W. Ballard carpenter,' Dil-

i remains of some of those'who perishedit lingham avenue Kissimmee, Fla.says: Waters &Carsbn'ti; .

I is likely will nevor be found. "I am pleased recommend Doan's '* '<

N. F' BASS ,_ It would be impossible for tongue or Kidney Pills for I have taken them on *', 4|
pen to describe with accuracy the terrific different occasions for kidney trouble '
the stauch- and backaches. This remedy has always Grocery CompanyLWholesale
effect produced on vessel -
t: I CO'N'fRACTOR: and BUILDER i if by the explosions. When one wit brought relief at once and has $: '

nesses it, it causes the most profound proven beneficial every way. 1 haveno ,V
wonder and astonishment, because one- hesitation whatever in giving this -- and Retail Dealers InQRObERIE'S'- *

:,:. it. Does General Contracting and Building and Furnishes Esti- half of the ship is crumpled up as if'it testimonial." '
mates on Structures of an size or Dimensions whether had been a paper model. The after part For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cts. 1

It be a Two-Room Cottage or a Tourist Hotel. of the vessel\ apparently suffered no FosterMilburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y..sole ., ]

!(J<. ; ARTESIAN WELLS damage and it is likely that if any part agents for the United States, ". {
{ Makes a Specialty of boring is floated to sea to be sunk it will onlv Remember the name-Doan'g-ai.d' .
t in which be has met with the greatest success be from the midship section aft. It is take no other. I >

j of ,any man in Florida. very evident that the forward part of WEI SELL WE BUY -
the ship will have to be picked out in *< *+ >* > r I"H"I \ tvf
; Qive him your work and it .
r; will be'well and quickly done. Kissimmee t Fl6M a. LEON J. CANOVA. JI ; Q RAYSTQNE HAY HIDES' ..;?

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The Kissimmee Lib.ary.The ... FURS i

Kissimmee offers its irn ui mi TEAS FERTILIZERS WOOL 'y
..\NNNe.....e...eeNHN.......-.-.......\........\..-...\W\N\\M\.N..NIl subscribers a list of Library over four hundred to SHINGLES
: 2.60 to 3.50 per day. ;
? .i ji..i WHAT IT' MEANS I E books by the best authors any or all of ; week month. I. AND'
: which you have the privilege reading Special by or ORANGE BOXES > r

t ,, 4= i Menr people do Dot know wbat a Balik'Capital.for.or the'tweei i for only' $2, which secures a single ; ; L W.nplHU, irU. L D. rORTEl, ...,.\ ; r .ALL
(* a bank of little or ao capital aDd oa..wllh a hasp capital. s membership or 15 for a family mem- ORANGE WRAP-S- ai'
= A BANK'8 CAPrfAL AND SURPLUS i bership. Capt. Trench the librarian +*++H >M II II' /

t :i = I.the hold that pret ctitbe depoaJIMII from toss,lherer...the. Isrpr II ti tb.t sateat.r will Issue you a membership card for VEGETABLE CRATES COUNTRY M
pro&eatl9D lbedepodbrs ba.. Thlb baDk hr.O.pital : the above amount. Library in State
of' i.......,.._..................,..;. ...'vlons tD- =" Bank building. 8-tf CRATE NAILS PRODUCE'We :

h,4 -ail. f'..,.....,._.... ,,.,.,,"...............,..r.--11I.000:OOQOOO.00 .. _-' -'I'' -'- r !Florida 6r i . ..... .c"-y

+ S .,tawa......... """'....................._. 11211.000 00 I Notice. ,
S ms mess the w.met Mae tll4.000.oo before oar.poeJIorI oodd bee at Notice is hereby given that the Bouts H oafi
..for 1tOV. - Pet trnrkara and roll t power* For sell field and garden seeds of all kinds. ] i
I pant This proteotioa H !4ft
of County Commissioner* will receive I' folk who want. to know about I'IOrwt"81
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f STATE' BANK OF KISSIMMEE, { {* bids for the;sale of the-pump.boiler, .iSo weekly-JKpdIOctoraUatoaMtrial.II.M per trey nooth' :I We give special' attention to, fitting- out hunting! and .vcamptaffijjirlles. .! '
and complete water works plant wiY ..... ... -- "
it __. engine t |.r.Brl. .a. ; '. '} ;
used at the! court house at their regular 1 si
e r KI..II:.. Ital..O IDAt. -. meeting August 7th, 191U The Board THE FLORIDA. ROWER Free dellverrln( city ttrflit i *.;. Ph n* No 12. ', ,).1 '!:r-{ "', d .
...i ilK. Lnt- 't..r I. reserves the,. and all ..coo Plortda Anr..r Tantpe.....% [ '' Aslt
f \ t.A. tAaa011 : CARSON. .J ., We are'county agent forvgood .fartlllzarsv .: ;usfor:: 4cuir' '"r f..
Prs.tdeh/ . .'_ ,VfNBId DI -... ..Graff.J I. bids.ARTHUR B.:; DONCOAN, R' \ )

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'"The l KJssfoace' Valley Gazette SPLENDID WORK 1', ,Job oj i Local ,Overflow .

"B.:.HAHRI; .':Editor .a.eI Prop'r. Done) by Our Fire Department, Printing '
_l :+. ,.!I. :J.,TRif LETT, .CKlat.'E4Itor. t member the entertainment at the"
Ii.Tuesdayts'lrWh , Chapter House this evening. 1 COTTERS DRUGSTORE
1 it comesMo quick..action, our '
: Valley Gazette Building. fire department can hold Its own with See u.We are here to*, Some of Kissimm'eets belt talent; will,

i .KESSlMMEri.! OSCEOLA COUNTT.FLA. '_ any gang of fire\..fighters In ,the state.. Before serve you with any. take part in' the"entertainment' at the' . TO MORTON DRUG CO.

SUBSCRIPTION RATES f for,,according to the statement of chief Going' thing in the line; of Chapter J6us this. evening. Anmis- SUCCESSORS,,- : -

+ 0__Y.on* rear- .(..,..:.i.n..1100 Porter a' connection had been. ;nad Else'' printed .'stationaryfor'.yoar slon 25 cents.! : Y ,
r )4/ 'o-.p.a _Dtha.J., .....r.. "" bo
_ :: : and a stream was playing on the negro where business The Gazette was'jn: 'error last weekIn LEROY COTTER, Proprietor
All eommune.tlonw..xo.ptfrom'our author., church ',five minutes after'' the first :
that had arrived
Hd ooir.iipood.nU.mast b*tlffiwd br th.writerlUJoetMi land personal stating a daughter
V l kited> for. matter will not bs returned unfeM alarm ,was sounded. and, the second ,use. to gladden ef Capt.. and Mrr. '

stream five minutes later. .'J, C..AreDburg. We understand it is Franklin Street
.....Flm..'** : 615-617 -
Bntorwl th.Po.toffloc JU..Im. whistle the that .
.....-......ftMii'ntattor. The funny one a.soiT, instead, and the,Captain already;
-=- makes about seventeen! : djfferent sound : Letter Heacla"Bill Head recognizes the different signals of the ,l
Friday, July. 28, 1911 to the second, and which tells us tjia I'' Envelope Cards- railroad conductor .En. the way he manipulates .

T, k'v some building is on fire, sounded_at 3:20.: his hands. >. f
\in .the morning,, and on Investigation Wedding Invitations J .
r i J Mr. W. P. Smith of Chattanooga <
the negrQ church on Mabbette street 'Poster and 1 '
Announcement r
I, found to"be in flames. With all Tehn.'who is making a tourof Florida,, ..
t' the Of All Kind spent Sunday and ,Atonday here with
of department
work out
the quick THE COMPANY "
: 'now ready for..n.r' l diitribution it his old-time"friend, Cart): H. M, Break /
building could not, be saved, as was *
c ) / and ea"laJ at Mm office at3S old and built wholly of wood, but the er who showed him the sights of our 'This Is an Incorporated concern with a Capital Stock of f

ctnlt /Hr copy. TJi .Korntont parsonage immediately in tire rear had The Beat Quality of Work .progressive city. .Mr. Smith was highly : 50000.00, ALL PAID IN. $5,000.00 is being expended In

,i' .It,...... ,incii'.nl to fitting only the roof destroyed. For a time I it At Prices :Hat Are Right pleased with conditions prevailinghere interior and exterior improvements making our store one of the
I in that and stated that it was probable handsomest and most attractive in the State $45OOOX> is
; out thi _.asin. mak *it nct- looked as settled-neighborhood though many would he would in the near future make.Kis being put into stock and will consistof everything that could 1'
thickly go.
f awry for u. to char ft oar ngulartuktcribtn but through the efficiency of Chief Porter VALLEY GAZETTEJOB simmee his permanent home. possibly be needed or desired by Physicians' in their. practiceby ,

i th. regular rat, much Hospitals, Nurses or Individuals.
and the good; work of the firemen, DEPARTMENT J. J. Griffin, accompanied'by. two

I at u>. regret to Jo to. not a dollar's worth of property was Misses Lee and Miss Thompson of Kistimmee SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS, '

destroyed aside from the churchand, came over Saturday and spent
.. .
-- It is understood there was .
parsonage. Sunday with his brother, C. W. Griffin,
five hundred dollars Insurance on the frpit in Florida: was under the controlof and family on the beach. They came handle a large and comolete assortment of "KNY- I

i , TALKINGJIISSIMMEEWhat building, and that it will be rebuilt at' one head engineering the packingthe by way of Sanford, Osteen and Indian 'SCHRFERER" instruments recognized the world over as the

r",. : an early date at some point in the city marketing, the Florida grower; springs, and. found the road in very STANDARD OF EXCELLENCE.. Rubber goods of all character f

: ; ' the Press Has to Say. of This more suitable as the site it occupiedwas would begin to see light.In rood condition. This was the first visit and for all purposes. Bandages. Absorbent and Medicated

in the center of a street that the' California the Exchange virtually of the young ladies to Coronado, and Cotton, Crutches Trusses and Supports,,.

I Prosperous City. city desires to open. The origin of the 1 controls the fruit ot that state, and they: were delighted.-New Smyrria

r The people o'f Kissimmee were so fire will probably 'never be known, as prosperous growers refuse 93,000 to Breeze..: SCHOOL BOOKSA

; i well pleased with their Trade's Day the building had hot been used for sev- $3,600( an acre for bearing groves whichare complete line of School Books as authorized by School

t ;' '\ Celebration that they have. decided to eral hours previous to its being burned. no better than those of Florida Mr. Jas. A. Clements returned home Commissioners also full line of Tablets. Copy Books Slates,

,,4, ;t' organize a fair association and a big which go begging for $700 to $1,000 an last Monday from a ten days' visit to Pens and Pencils. Prices in line
'r fair will be held in Osceala county in acre. his brother at Taylor's Creek near -,
J'anuary.Gainesville Sun. Lake Okeechobee. Mr. Clements is a FINE STATIONERY
+M At a called meeting of the Kissimmee ,--- HIGH PRAISE former resident of that section but fIn
r? ; this line the best of Eaton Crane & ;'
Ministers'.Association we carry products
on Tuesday ,
rv distribution of failed to see all his old friends, as he
Through the judicious Pike and Geo. B. & Co. in all fashionable '
morning the following motion was was called home earlier than he expected Hurd : writing paper .:
,. la the county Kissimmee continues Valley to settle Gazette.her Osceo-waste passed : Given the Gazette for Its Special'Magaziue by the illness of his wife. lie was colors: .and tints, and in all staple and novelty shapes.

Whereas, The Zion Methodist church Edition. accompanied home by his brother-in-
from almost !
places with citizens every ENGRAVING '
has been fire be it I
destroyed by law Keatley Raulerson.
Union. The County Commissioners ..
state in
has for the
L. thanks
Larry Pope
.t- our
Resolved That we extend to the pastor Wedding invitations visiting cards announcements and \, 1
claim that the
; of Osceola and his members sincere Special Magazine Edition of the Kis- Mr. Roll Overstreet, who owns a hand.
our sympathy monograms stationery, large line of samples always on i. I
Gazette is
r money they have paid the simmee, (Fla.) Valley Gazette. The splendid farm adjoining that of his
and pledge them our moral and Book of samples mailed to any address upon application. 'I
tile best investment ever made by the edition is of illustrations of the '
full .
material support in building another father, Commissioner E. )t" D.; Over- I
!JUoard.Apalachicola'Times. church. business places and proprietors of that street, has recently had constructed a CANDIES f 1
_ ...., .
\ BUNYAN STEPHENS, Pres.S. mailing city. A Very good descriptionof neat bungalow on his property and he
k.i ..\ of Kissimmee Fresh shipments received daily. Huyler's, Nunally's Jacob'sAllegretti's f:
H. C. Stanford, mayor S. SNYDER, !Sec. .the Valley appears on the pastes; and Mrs. Overstreet will move out therein
In his address of welcome to the visitorsto -- -- throughout the book. Scenes of landscape the next few days. Mr. Overstreet and Lowney's, in all their dainty sweetness, and in ;

.., Kissimmee on Trade Day, said: fruit groves and farms help to I will devote his time and attention to all size packages .

a 'The great object of this day is not KISSIMMEE BOYSHave make the edition more intereresting. ; stock-raising and farming, and expectsto TOILET ARTICLES

r j_, trade'and to induce you to spend'your The likeness! of some very fine looking 1 plant a large grapefruit grove. 4
'money, but to bring the newcomer and Been Playing Remarkable Ball dwellings also finds a place on the Perfumes and Toilet Waters All the best products of domestic -

tF the old settler together that we may >ages.: Pictures of the boosters, influential -, Rev. Father Fox was obliged to takea and foreign makes. Every od *f-a.nd every toilet water

r become acquainted and become friends This Season.The in the growth: of that section, vacation on account of ill health and that carries Quality and character. Dentifrices, Manicure articles

and exchange ideas for mutual bene- Eustis correspondent of the complete what is as filne a piece of during his absence. Rev. Father Bres- and accessories Facial Creams and Pomades Talcum Powders

fit" .Florida i is rapidly filling up, Times-Union has the following to say printing as has been our pivilege to nahan of Sanford will take charge of Toilet Powders in ;great variety.. ; .

-'I 'thousands are coming in from all parts of the game of ball played in that city 'I look upon for many moons. A great hIs missions. lie will come to Kissim-

I,, o(the globe, strangers alike to people by the local nine and the Kissimmee i iri- deal of credit is due the Gazete for mee on Monday afternoon July 31st. PRESCRIPTION'This
: soil and climate. The I benefit derived this of well for Will have devotions in the evening in the :'
vincibl : piece work. It speaks department is stocked with purest and most complete -
_ e by these gatherings cannot be estimated. "Eustis. July 23,-!The fast Kisaim- the country down there, too to know the chapel at the home of Mrs. 'A. line of pharmaceutics. We keep in close touch with the ,

Give the new settler the assurance mee team put one over on the local that there are so many wide awake Tress at 7:30: o'clock. He will say pharmaceutical centers of the world and keep right abreast 'f" r

e < he,is welcdme and among friends, bunch last Friday by a score of 7 to 1. business men there alP to back up the mass Tuesday morning at 6 o'clock at with the progress of medical science in the imniedlate purchase- -

''lt take him'in, make him feel at home, The Eustis team was unable to connect issuing of this book, You are welcome Fraternity Hall. of new. chemicals for this department, which enables us to always 4 I

4 show,bias by your achievements what with the pill at the critical moments, to come in our office and look it over Not being a pastor, I am'not included meet the demands of Physicians and Surgeons promptly and .

j,1 K,* began do with energy properly' applied. and consequently defeat was the result! ,. any time::-Unique Weekly. Jtisingsun, in the'liBt of ministers who make an satisfactorily.. "
e' -Taf t Messenger. The fielding of the visitors i and the Ohio.: "' appeal in-behalf of our colored friends '
twirling of Smith were the real features MAIL ORDERS
Who their house of
i : j- ., .* AN EXAMPLE. of the exhibition.Smith held Resolutions Death of Mrs. Mary lost worship byfire: ; We'maihiain Mail* Order rtmenLwhichi '
on but I feel it a duty'to express mf sym a Depa eyetemized to a
i A few, years ago eight men met ands the locals Qn his hip dnrlng the entire Some of these" live science, all orders received by mail| are forwarded by first train leaving f
Pennell. pathy. people near . .
Organized a Board of Trade in Kisslm- perform'ance. after. receipt of ordet. "' ._ ,
me, and I know them to be honest and -- '- " .
mee.: L: '''Maybrie decorated the mound for >The following resolutions'were unanimously industrious, kind and obliging. ,and I YOUR FARE ; '" / .

- Its purpose was to' work for the SustU and his work was.very poor at passed by the W. C. T. U.: sincerely trust they will meet a liberal WEJAY'

t 4 .*. growth and development of that town all times. He' was erratic! during the Whereas, Mrs. Mary Penned was Tor in aid.: --- -- members of the Tampa Trade Extension. Association andwm
response soliciting refund your Rail Road Fare to and from Tampa, subject to the rules
and the tributary territory. first part of the game, which enabled many y\ are a most earnest faithfuland D. M. BREAKER.Mr. of the Association.. Write for full details. '
,; They'adopted as their slogan "Watch Cissimmee to score a large number of consistent member the W. C. T.

His.l nmee Grow." talli es. U., ever seeking to extend the cause Robert C. Whitthorne, of Val- .

"' I The Board of Trade has grown till at "The Kissimmee team departed for of temperance reform, and lejo, Calif., 'arrived in the city this .'

tts last meeting the town hall was jeesburg on the morning train, and repeated Whereas, On July 10, 1911 she was morning on a visit to his father-in-law .

+, &? 'crowded with enthusiastic members. the dose to that aggregation by called to her eternal reward; tbesefore, Mr. S. J. Triplett. Mr. Whitthorne is --,-- -. ---- -, ,

n KJssimmee has grown in population the score of 5 to 1. Gillespie occupiedthe be It' a draughtsman in the navy department,

over 100 per'eent. mound for the losers while Kulp, Resolved, That we express our appreciation having for years been connected with ry

The' "development of the tributary Cissimmee's one best bet, was sent to of the noble, helpful life that the Mare Island! station, but now goes

territory has been the most pronounced do the heaving act, and judging from she lived, realizing the loss our organization to Norfolk, Va., naval station. He Osceola Lum'berCompany

growth in the State of Florida the hitsand runs secured off his delivery has sustained and we would leaves for the latter city tonight accompanied -

/( i New business institutions have been shows that he was there with bellson i also extend to her loved ones our sin- by his wife, who has been '

started, trade has been extended, prop- at all times. Kissimmee has been cere sympathy.MRS.. the guest of her father for the past

Arty values have known a wonderful playing remarkable ball during the sea- JoUN MCPHATTER, two months. > ,

advance, and push and enterprise ist son so far, and are making things humor "-- MRS. H. M. PFANN,
tI. hand. MRS. H. W. MORROW Saturday nigbt Capt. R. G. Canova
seen on every the high-salaried players throughout '- -DEALERS IN-.r --.. .,W;
i had the misfortune to lose his bicycle, I
t Kiistmmee is today the best advertised the state." Com. W. C. T. U.

t I town in Florida, and will secure Kissimmee and Eustis played on the. which he had it left upon his front safe porch, Rough and Dressed Lumber
believing wa perfectly
{ti .;.more new settlers this. fall than' .ever l local diamond yesterday afternoon but The Gazette a Welcome Guest.The Sheriff frevatt was in office; as but longas a k
f* ;before.. the game was called at the second half h
[ Kissimmee Valley Gazette, Kis- stray negro evidently was not ac- l:,'
f Many public improvements have been of the fifth inning, the score-standing
x !' sjn* ee, Fla. quainted with our sheriff's: abilities in WINDOWS, DOORS ;11
I made, and the progressive element one to nothing in favor of the visitors.
Dear Sir: I herewith enclose post the thief-catching line, as he took the
rules. The same teams will play here again
f age stamps for 50 cents to renew my wheel and rode it to Apopka, where he SHINGLES, LATH, BRICK, LIME ,
i .. All this and more, too,, can be traced his afternoon. ,
( 'dlrectly "to the efforts fcf the Kfissimmep subscription; on the Gazette.It pawned it for $9. Sheriff .Prevail lo-
1-' is a welcome guest and we can cated the wheel in a few days and will NOVELTV'Vv'ORKS !
f Board ofc. Trade, backed up and sus-
FLORIDA FRUITS not be without it.Sometime' locate the negro shortly.We p
( .? '',.,stained by* united citizenship, all workIng this fall 1 expect to become its\
",. ., to make Klssimmee grow.: .
'" are requested by L. M. Whidden GENERAL BUILDING MATERIALs
citizen of and
t: J X:L week that Board of Trade pulled Packed by the Exchange to be Advertised a your state per. & Co. to state if any ill feeling was "
-make future home in than'
haps my your
: off a Trade Day celebration that was in the East occaaioned on the part of a customernot f'fflJr
biggest thing the town ever saw, I I ; lovely city. Yours truly, being given credit: during their late l Free Delivery to All Parts of City"" "'., .; JI.
I The board directors of the Florida
6,000 visitors coming to" Kissimmee of i
A. A. TOFTE. reduction sale, they regret the occur
we're Citrus Exchange will l meet early in August -
: ,that day. All royally entertained
rence exceedingly, as the firm at all ,
? and not ari angry word was spoken during to perfect arrangements for an advertising ,
Edition'Highly times exerts it best efforts to meet the :
campaign which will be waged Complimented
the' ;entire day. Numerous prizes public's demands and show its customers -
r r l were, awarded, the reciprocal feeling all during'the season In the East Plane White Springs Fla., July 26, '11. every courtesy, but it endeavoredto

} ,between' town and country was are about perfected for the'campaign ,Mr. rsg.HarriB. Editor Gazette Kis- make it very plain at the beginningof

;, ,Strengthened, the advantages of tradingu which\ will create adempnd for the fruit sio mee"'Fla." the sale that no goods GLENNREAGINADVERTISERS

r there ;were shown to many persons packed under the auspices of the Exchange Deal Mr. Harris: Find enclosed! 26 charged at reduced prices. .

t ,from distance;' and social and business and it is expected will cause cents in payment for Special Edition.It '

f tie. .tren beried. this fruit to be sold for twenty-five to is an elegant production and evinces Messrs. Henry and. Columbus Baas

x What: has been accomplished by unit- fifty cents over the prices paid for fruit uncommon skill and enterprise, and I have purchased the cattle, lands,and j .Orr

'*d/organized, effort in Kissimmee, can from independent shippers. most cordially congratulate you upon it. groves of Mr. Louis Shiver, which are We prepare and olace copy '

be :e N led In' Greenville.-Greenville For the past two years, since the Exchange A community can never fully know located'on the St. Johns river. This is We compile and print bookletsWe > .'
I.ttme.. ..;',_ /_ began operations, the;fruit of the real value of such service nor duly a sale of unusual Importance, as there Boards sell CALENDARS and Advertising, Signs Novelties, in Leather, :t... .

!to '' ? I its pack has gradually Rained! the confidence ppreciate:: 'the sacrifice involved. With were: over two thousand head of cattle Celluloid and Alluminum. >. . .
r., :\ Notice., of the jobbers, and: 'now the'plan a hearty good-will I tip my hat to you, involved ''In the deal,, besides many I

.:'ij r, :.r .. JJoticV: .ts.hereby.'; .given..bawehave is_to gain! ,the.same..eonftdeDce.lromthe though wet are strangers to each other thousand acre of land and'one of the _' .__ .. _'_ '" '. .!i..t

- : ', ; rsold tb(,Semir>ole:;Pharmacy at, St cona mer. i and bid you God-speed. best and Invest orange and grapefruit WE ARE PUBLCITY! 'EXPERTS.
When this' is consummated the Ex- : in the state. With the addition
.f Jf ': Cloud to Dr. 'N. ,L.- Bryan, who as. i' Sincerely, groves
.' change will hare calls .for its fruit in of this property, the Bass brothers become LONG ..
7' .f.-iI.: mimes all Indebtedness ef the business W.. A. BETTS __ .___ DISTANCE .f.PHONE:. : 206 :
I : rand'Ia aothorized to collect all wtatand'f excess of ,the contracts now*in- existence . two,of the largest cattle and land i -11

: mrr iucoanta .. arM wtth'the 4>lgh prices received A large audience ahouid.atteDd the owner*' in the state. A., they areboth* TAMPA: SUITE. 4-' & 5 FLORIDA ;' .

"s JrIL WPrUST; those outside of the Exchange will rush eptertain Dent at the Chapter House .young men'they aredestlnedto be .. BANK Or*'.TAMPA BUILDING'k: l
-. '.... =" -J:C:MoeaL-r- '-'-"- to-.g.t on the band wagorir t. evening"and'help"sw the pr ,notun4.h. called- the "Cattl and Land Kings of ', .... .J ..:.11"i'',::11

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',,., The Klsslmmee l Valley Gazette! ,Dr R. "Cunningham\ ; dentist,'has' A negro woman was convicted- of lunacy -J call specia I ) attention!.to the statement .. .. .'' '". '

I -i opened an office, in*. Fraternity'Hall in the"county court Tuesday, and. aryl,challenge of, the Florid Citrus "
t Jf f TKUKPMONB NO. 11. building and. offers his services to the will be taken to the hospital at Chattahoochee Exchange,. published elsewhere In PARO1D ,

] public;, as soon as an attendant\ :.arrives. .. this issue.' If the statements of the { .ry-
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY to accompany her there, exchange are true, and we have every ROOFING
+ .Call at Waters & Carson Grocery Co; .
--BT- '
reason ar.
to believe it Is the
,they ; ..
land get some clew extracted palmetto Messrs. L. D. Jones and Harold
W..9JHAi RIB. .
duty of all citrus fruit to lend ..
growers '
tj e and mangrove honey.. By the-quart or i Bourno of Orlando; two of Orange It their 1 You ivd bo' pleased satlstacEyexyt ..=
hearty '
gallon.' 30-41 county's : most ''prominent citrus fruit support L money you save and tho ; rag '. :

Mr.' and IIn.' euter and Mr. and growers; were in the city Monday m the- Mr Larry: Pope, of Loughman, spent j ,tlon you get from Faiold Roofing' For the Kitchen1-r _,
r. Weather Report barbecue interest.of the Citrus Exchange.. yesterday in the city,. and reports hisectio'n -the roofing whiz! quality and ,
Irs. Meisner attended the ,
Apopka -
in '' conditions YonTt ead.v.ry kind and"..i liKl Mie
a. mosjt thriving j durab' .
.' > on:Wednesday, making! the.tripin ..Mr/M.: Phillips bat ,been: appointed ( kltc>MODallatA _.....Mgck...,
an *. foreman of the street force and has a In Pope ,expects: to leave in I Don't,M persuaded to buy aa aU caralully aalaotad tor road valaa.Wa .
:: ,Following are the daily temperature auto. a few, days fora; .'vlal ,to' bill Imitation. Contains no tar,slate inaka" - ': ;lab: -
a't. work patching up the rough I wara>, bay In tare aa4 aaaSont
and precipitation. .;Mr. J, Z.' 'Roberson 'purchased this gang. 'our much old home in Ohio, -and while away will color; any one can lay It In our to MIl clo...
,- ported by the Government week through Mr. J"R.; Holland of Sanford places traveled and otherwise putting In condition put in a portion ef'(,his:time doing missionary -' kind of weather., Complete roofing I ire: wOt be latacaatad 'la otur':'n"'w.

station .Kissimmee' for. the'w a 30-horsepower 4-door Overland '*thoroughfares. proper work for- 'lonld.s kit In each roll .'

,, ek .ending. July. .:..27I9Lrax automobile, '- -r ....... Parold rust-proof caps cannot 1892", >>" Pore,Spun AluminumCopking
:1.U..iJfat leave Monday A surveying party composed of F. H. "
) f. Bandy will rust out like ordinary tin caps. '
.HIM. a4J1f. Mrs. G. F. Parker and daughter, New-York' where JtDk'IDI.Joe Johia.tonand Thos, Gray UtensilsA
: from .for Baltimore and Call samples and book of :
Friday :. 97 73 . Elizabeth! returned 'Saturday a she will spend some time purchasing eft-yesterday for Whittier where they Farm and Poultry Building plane -
I IMW Oda.tafwtu.5l "tnraia
. . 92 74 . .week's visit to Mr. and Mrs. Chisholm will subdivide into town Iota one hun .. *
Saturday. her fall and winter stock of millineryand ;They will save you money.CASH .. baalcklul food, II censor Ohio 0'.' i'
Sunday. . . . 90 76. . at Orlando. .' familiarizing herself with. the-latest dred and twenty-five acres'of land own- crack Tha. ,taigas,nor poll lofdflavora.'
Monday . . . 98 74 ,. .'Attorney H. D. Geiger was among styles. ed by Mr. Elmer..Baai.. Mr. Jenkinsstated HARDWARE' ... STORE. . war*on Iba maifcat-s af an a.a tor '
'Tuesday./.,, 93 74 . the list of Kissimmee people who attended that would require at least two ,KI3SH4MKB 11 years.Our .
I "Just a little want JI. but it sold my line of nalnta and ......1.....''el .1" f r
j'f( Wednesday.. . 88 73 .12 the barbecue at Apopka on weeks to complete the survey. the larmit fa town. .Baton TOO to
farm-was the remark of a man as he ant paintingtalk U war with b
. ma.
I' Thursday. : 92 70 .12 Wednesday. ..... _
? insertion lor"ao'.ne.week. caa you IDO ,
paid this office twenty-cents for one Mrs W. B. Makln' n"- who .
Miss Gertrude Bass, who has been of a four-line for sale notice. baa been at the .bedside of her CASH HARDWARE;STOREKISSIMMBSJ ,

------ ,- the guest for the past two months of You would reach'the,same result if ;you daughtera.t Brenau College, Gainesville ''' '''

Irs. John .Woodall. left yesterday for employed the same means. Ga., returned home Tuesday

Punta Gorda. have night Miss Virginia having: so far re
Dr. C. L. Hyatt and family ,
'F LOCAL FIELD If you don't believe a rant ad in the moved into the cottage ,In the rear of covered. to be able to make the trip We are In receipt of the premium list Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Wilcox and three ,

Valley Gazette pays a hundred for one, the Presbyterian manse, which they Maryland, where she Will! remain until of the Inter-State Fair, to be held at children of Elgin, Kan., arrived in the

just ask some of those.h'who have tried will.occupy until the Doctor builds a her health has been completely re- Pensacola Nov. 6th to 11th, Inclusive, city last. Friday with the Intention of r

ew..en w.ti4"""" VWV$ the experiment. i residence on the property he recently stored. and" which promises to be bigger and making. ; ,their permanent. home bore -

Mr. Will McLaughlin took advantage purchased on Main street. Mr. Otto Ploetz of Alma, Kan., ar better ,this year; than ever. before. Mr. Wilcox has been a valued reader of
Bora 17th to Mr. and Mn.
y on-July interested full Information the Gazette' for several months and .,
of the low and few days C. rived in Kissimmee Saturday on a can secure ,
C. C. Wolfe, a daughter. rates spent a Mr. M. H. Peters of Cheraw, S. prospecting
ombiping business with pleasure in has been spending' the week here look- tour, and is so delighted with by writing the secretary N. J. says be has come to Investigate the stories

,.Dr. C. L. Hyatt made a professional J aclfjonville" this week. ing after his property at KissimmeePark. this section that he is now casting Lillard, 5 8-9 Blount Building., Pens_ of our wonderful advantages: which
visit to Tampa this week.R. < la, Fla. he has been reading.
Mils Jessie Woodward of Orlando He expects to move his family about for a place to purchase: and make

J. Cunningham, dentist, office in to Kissimmee in an auto on here about the first of the year and be- his permanent honf?. Mr. Ploetz stated
Fraternity HajJJbuilding.! 81-tf came Wednesday over and spent several hours come a permanent resident. that while crops w fej&irly good in Kansas The Holy Rollers, a set of religious County Commissioner E. L. D. Over- '
that Country could not by any cranks, have flnallyllarrived In this city street returned Tuesday from Jacksonville -
Mr. J. C. Moore paid Lakeland with friends. Mr. Kenneth Butler
a pleasantly last
On Sunday means be put in the same class'with and are h'olding forth jn South Kissim where he went a few weeks ago
business visit onWe, <\\nesd.v. For Rent. Five-room completely : took Mrs. Butler to Tampa for the pur- territory
cottage Cissimmee and its-surrounding mee. This bunch of fanatics were evi- for the'purpose of having an operation

MilS Nellie Wilson, of Apopka, via- furnished for housekeeping) ,. at pose of having an operation performed, and that there were'many others at dently not acquainted with the char- performed He states that the operation -- II q

ited friends In this city Sunday. 3orpnad.o Beach, Fla. Address Lewis which was successfully done on Tues his Kansas home who would come here acter of our mayor, for that gentleman was thoroughly successful,.sand .

Born to Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lorenz I Young. Orange City, Fla. 31ltpdA day, and in the course of a week she did they but know o{ Jbe many oppor- will surely cut short their performanceif that he now expecU to enjoy splendid

", on Wednesday, July 26th, a son. full force of workmen left on Wednesday will be able to be brought home. tunities we have to offer the home- : they get to cavorting around at a too hel,lth. Mrs. Overstreet .went alp to

under the leadership Superintendent KIssTmmeeites certainly distinguished seeker. rapid gate. that city and accompanied him home.! t,
Mr. W. B. Maklneon spent -a coupleof .e
themselves at the Apopka barbecue on
Gerald Ashton to work on the I .... . . ,
days in Jacksonville this week. county road south of Whittier. Wednesday. It is said that Mr. J W. ...

.Mrs. L. W. Pilley spent Monday and Miller ate more meat than any other'man
Mr: Frank Bryan has leased the new T
Tuesday with friends in Lakeland. present and that Mayor Stanford LUMBER LATHS MOULDINQS 8HINQLB8C t'Ir
t Beaman flat, and has fitted it up as aratclass made the best speech of the day.
> Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lor- rooming hOQ e. It will be J iAa '

enz, on Wednesday July 26, a eon. known as-.The Beaman House. Messrs. Henry and James and Miss
Anna Funk went up to PinecaWle-on
A want ad in the Valley Gazette Crawford Jr. of
Mr. H. Clay son Wednesday, where they expect to spend
never fails to reach the end desired. Hon. H. Clay Crawford, secretary at I a month enjoying camp life. Their

Blue Ribbon ice cream, best in town. state, is in the city on a visit to his : father, Rev. W. H. Funk, accompaniedthem T"- -...;, "

31-tf Kissimmee Drug Go. brother, Attorney W. B., Crawford. :I returning Thursday afternoon.Mr. (Forperly McNair Ss Son) .

Miss Mabel Saint of Sanford i ItI; the Mrs. C. F. Prevatt and daughter A. S. Nelson is having the old Dyal-Upchurch Building; Jacksonville. ,Florida a ,W

guest of her friend, Mrs. T. E.: Speer. Jeannette Lake Butler, returned where they Tuesday spent a from Jew Chafer house, which tor removed years has to I Shipments made to any part or the state. Our stock is.made from the beat timber In Florida,. Is well manufactured
the court house
Crushed Rose Perfume, the fineston weeks pleasantly with Mrs. ''J. Byrd. the stood lot near adjoining the Lake House, and and carefully graded, and oar facilities,for filling orders for carload Iota are Fxceptlonally'good. r
DI Co.8Hf
this market. Kisslmmel! ug .
Mr. L. P. Broadfield, train master of will at once begin the erection of a

Miss Josie Rogero, of St. Augustine, the A.' C. L., spent Tuesday in the city I. modern concrete bungalow on the old --. .
Twthe guest of Mr. and Mrs. S. L.$up-. looking after matters connected with site. i,

h' fer. lis department of that great highway. Dr. W. W. Carson returned, home .

" Ir. J. H. Bryan, of Zantee spent a Miss Bya Cline, who has been the attractive last Monday from a two weeks' outing, '.

day or so here with his family this guest of Miss Hilda Meyer at which he spent with relatives in Savannah ,

1 week. Cissimmee for full past week, returned and other points in Georgia.

t Mrs. T. E. Speer and her pest Miss home on Monday.PolkCountyRecord.The During:.his absence Dr. Geo. E. Parker

It 'Mabel Saint, spent Wednesday at St. C. W. B. M. and the Ladies' Aid attended to his dental practice for KissfinmeePark. ..

.Cloud. Society of the Christian church will him.

, Mr.. J. Roy Geiger: :'spent part of last meet at the home of Miss Emma Yow Lest the member of the City Council -

I, ..week. in Kissimmee.-Orange County ell the' first Friday' afternoon in Au- should forget we desire to again .,
; Citizen. gust. '. ""*; .' .'' call their attention to the fact that there sir ta t Zit s1
f C' number householders in the city
are a
f"' Miss Ruth Overstreet left Saturday Mayor H. C Stanford spent ,Sunday I who have not as yet complied with the '
fora short visit to .h r' sister at Bow- and Monday at Green Springs: with ,
order to lay'sidewalk.'in front of their oil. '
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..r ling1Green.: Mrs. Stanford and the children, who ... r. r
have been at that resort for the past property.The
r', We are pleased to see Mr. J. W. ,
month. ... appeal of the Valley Gazette to
I' Wilder out again after an illness of
visitor or the Village Improvement Society to
" three weeks. Mrs. Laura Brewer was a
Mrs. Kribbs at Kissimmee last unday. take up the matter of numbering the .
; Meet me at Kissimmee' Drug Co. and Mrs. Kribbs and Mrs. Brewer were houses has met with the hearty approval -

I' _and we will. get a drink of the best neighbors in Pennsylvania.-Taft Mes of our people,. as they recognize

.. soda water mad 31tfI senger. that those ladies never fail at anything: 1

I division superintendent they undertake.A .
Mr. Mjke Crown, acting
Mrs. Hamel and son, of Pittsburgh
of the A. C. L., was in
** 'a., who some time ago purchased the special musical program was ren-
, the city Wednesday. old Donegan home in North Kissimmee, dered at last SUnday evening's service at

Capt. Henry O'Neal, postmaster at have arrived in the city to remain per- the Methodist church which could hard- The Tract

I Rosalie, was in the city Monday attend- manently. ly be excelled. The choir was assisted Colony .1

ing to business matters. by Messrs. Brown and Prentis and Mrs.
Mr. W. A. McCool of Beaver Falls

Born, on\ Friday, July 21st, at Hill- Pa., arrived In the city this week for Bullock on the violin, and Mrs. Prentis "

lard's Island, to Mr. and Mrs. Henry the purpose of looking after his exten- presided the piano. that -is'being .

:: C. Lightsey, a daughter. sive landed interests on the east shoreof Contracts have been let to the Osce- .

4 Mr. Elmer Baas, one ot Whittier's the lake. ola Hardware Company for installing \

'. prominent citizens, was in the city this Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Pfann have returned water works on the three floors of FraJfnity -

i week transacting business. from Tampa, where they went] Hall, which work will be completed Populated '

to be at the bedside ot their daughter. within ten days, when that build
t Dr. B. D. Wieneng. veterinary sur-
Miss Marietta, who la ill at a sanitariumin ing will be one of the most completely
6 : peon, of Orlando, was in the city Tues-
that city.A equipped in the state.
I day on professional business.Mrs. .;
sa musicali Is to be given at the Chapter Childrene' day exercises at the Methodist
Tennessee .
Hlgdon and children, '
House Friday evening, July 28th church next Sunday at 11 o'clock.At I ,
Mrs. M. C.
i are in the city visiting
1 mother. at 8 o'clock. Home talent, and a very the same service the pastor will baptize i I'.F r
Bandy, Mrs. Higdon's S
: interesting program. General admission any children that may be broughtfor ,

Mrs. Gpo./ W. Bass left on Saturday I'I'I 26 cents. that purpose. Regular preaching .. ./ -

.1t; r a three weeks' visit to her daughter* Mrs. G. A. Powers and daughter returned service at night You are cordially In- r

! V .Mrs. J. M. Poufk. at Cairo. Ga. to Fort Pierce Monday after a vited. W. H. FUNK, .Pastor. T\ '
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,j, Mrs. C A. Barnes of Orlando is spendIng visit of three weeks with relatives and On another page of this issue will be .

j f > the week in this city the guest of friends at Kissjmmoe.-St. Lucie' Coun- found the advertisement! of the Florida ,. ))1

';, .her. uncle. Judge: W. S. Harwelljt ._ ty Tribune Citrus Exchange. The time haa passed i,
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: ;.(' Mrs. M. C, Bandy has returned from For Sale-One extra good young milk when cope with individual the wholesale shippers fruit can dealers hope of to . .. ,

-: the east coast, where she spent a week cow. Some galvanized shingles almost
the North and we commend the advice
'. pleasantly with relatives and friends. good as new, and some nice round cypress .
given in the advertisement to our read-
fence posts. S. W. Downing, : ,
.*., L. L. Carlton returned Monday night Kls lmmee. Fla. 80-tf era. "
from B visit of a week in Orlando and .-
The handsome residence Dr. F. G. Frank M. Doyle, one of the wen
'\ i'slmmee-St.; Lucie County Tribune. known residents of Kissimmee, was In .
Emmett street
: Thomason is erecting on
:. Don't you know this is the fever season. is nearing completion, and the Doctor the city yesterday. Mr. Doyle reports Kissimmee Land -
I'I'I that Osceola Is- the midst of Valley Company -
;;; Fletcher' Tonic is guaranteed to pre- and his family'expect: to occupy it sometime }
: vent or cure. Kisslmmee Drug. : Co. 22-131 in August. one of its roost prosperous summers, t //0' 4A
and that there Is no let up In business I

: \ Mr. E. J." Alvy and Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. J. G. Gottwallea and daughter, the *. ...Tampa .
: throughout county ,, . J.E MATTOCKS :Ma ., ... ,. ....
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h Alv'were those who been .
Henry an.bng Irene, of Mulberry, have visiting Tribune: '. -
: took the excursion to Jacksonville Mon- relatives in the city this week. Theyare I
: '' Gazette
I dT'V :In this1 issue of th. Valley
ft"- on their way to.GeOrgia to spend aj -
will be found' the city delinquent tax
few weeks outing. : KISSIMMEE _. FLORIDA
h' ;: 'Messrs.: J.. H. and 'W. F. ,Walker list,"and,the attention,.of those who have - -- -- --

1; t--and th ir:eons; J. H. "Walker; Jr..'and I 'Mr. Warren'King, who has a splendid not paid tI,1elrtaxe.. for 1910 is called to .

l B.-F.'Walker' came up from Basingerfj truck garden on one of the islands in the fact that their property will be old v.' o. t'
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); I last Friday by auto and .ta'ed over till 1 Lake Kls.lmmeewaa In the city Tuesday at public auction on August 7th.unless ., -:s.'n .. 1- .. ,;, ..

t.( 15. -:,Sunday, seeing! their"many friends.and. greeting old friends and attending they cancel their debt to the'city. before 1
" :r' iooklng after bdslnesi-matters' ,, "to. business i matters. that date.. ......' .

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:Osceola Title'Jlarantee' )''-I KISSIMMEE. a. ..
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CA' Company 0111'Tfiv&I "' ..._s. 1 Items of Interest :from ,Our BUsy .: ,:

; .. Neighbor.Across' the. Lake. '

s t NOTES: A'little maiden bud rbade Its appearance :

0POARRETT'ManagerReal; : , / .- vac ; in the Park,-lait'I ,Sunday at the SASH AND DOORS ,
.. .. home of Mr. and Mrs. L. Warren.Mr. -
estate C.M.DA1tNITZIIiZI9IDZ W. JU" IcCool l a again cheeringthe ... .' .' '. ",.'

rI Taxes Titles examined paid for non-residents and reported. > r fir. Park.' '-witkhi* presents, We hope ..- ... ',.. ". .

Instruments'relating; to real estate' b see him often. .' .,
'carefully drawn .0' A party'ef ladles and gentlemen of ., ,;

Correspondence Solicited. .:/ Kissimmea' visited the Park Sunday .. ;".1
ce COBKUPONVBKX Mr. F. K. Bennett of Sparrows .;
i SOLICITED Point, Md., who purchased land here .. )
i 'last winter was here Sunday. Ten ., In order to make'room for a N.i

tfi W. C. BASSWholesale acres setting of out his of land grapefruit is prepared trees. for the ,. large -shipment of new '

w anJL Retail Dr. and Mr.. E. Derbyshire and ;

Dealer ir. ...... ITbece article and Illustrations must not daughter, of Kuaimmee were the DOORS '
be reprinted without special perml. : SASIANP
sion.] guests of Mr. and Mrs.. F. A. Lincoln ,,

Fresh Pork and Sunday. _
: Beef
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'i TURKEY.CULTURE-aALLY'V .R.I Mr F. S. Heaton is expecting some wo offer all our present stock .',
8U8 .MARY. of his friends down here soon from
MuttonPHONE I For PUNS .bred poultry pessimismtalk Jacksonville. They intend"to spend the of this line of goods .

turkey tet farmers. In the gobbler winter here. '
\ 4.". graveyard l>elt. '
'"OrQ talk to Sally." said one of thene. Iron. ,
,> "She's got one turk left out of sixty." The only metal that la found In more %. '
Bally blamed the weather man. than-one color is Iron, which appears in for the next :SO days.
"Too turrlble soppy fur poults," sold almo.t err.._ ;_shade. ___ ,
,. enneh Butler she ""'ben the atmosphere's agin *_ Our Earliest Coinage.The1 &0
.. poults they: tIt cholrey an' .mull(.." earliest coinage that can bo called '
But "between\ you; me and the gainpost" American was struck off In. MassacLmsetta I ...
Rally "WAS to blame for she Lu 1052.Artesian. I
BARBER SHOP "hadn't clinnifod stork In ten rears", r
bred only from young birds nn '. ,

I : I Cold Drinks( i Cigars vy{- Wells I S. L. LUPFER, Manager fr' '

Y. ,I Kissimmee Fla

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First-Class Work Guaranteed. I '

e r *?** FUNERAL-DIRECTOR. j Fell nt tin- Lake or write Inline after l II) pin. j i MAGAZINE EDITION '25 CENTS., EACHWe :'

V andLICENSED W F. HAMILTON, Kissimmee, Fla.
k or < EMBALMER. ,] Iw jl jlj still have a few conies of the Special Magazine Edition of the Valley Gazette so you had better get in ,

I 1 .51-4..1. your order now before theyare all gone. Finest souvenir of Florida, OsceoU County and Kissimmee _
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A r ,. FR.. .S. RAINS ,

t I cut and make clothes to a man'
k t a measure. 1 do the best steam .cean-'!'

ing in town. I dye and color. I do A Statement ;
1, any kind of repairing. I clean Hats L
I have two of the best Tailors in the "I
South. My place of business i is in rear I IIBAUTT ANI lira NEST.
of J. II. Redditt's Jewelry Store. ed the poults with lousy clucks, fed Some Claims and ."iv

PHONE NO. 210 them pasty cornmeal and housed tliQiii t
In dirty box'eH.But .
.: CALL ME AND I WII COME FOR one day we found a farmer
YOUR CLOTHES. chock full of turkey ('ntb1J'4I" ln. '

--- _- -_ "Yep," snld he, "our turkey nn u success .' A Challenge :..u
but go and talk to Mary about ,
It. Mary's the turkey rnlser." We -
f : Y\ S.H.BUOCK, found Mary, a pretty dimpled milk ( ,
maid, and It -was pleasant. talk to . I ;

her.After Statement. ry!;
we had snapped her favorite :
*...%*%*%...*%....%...%. admired hen; Beauty Mary and and while her turkeys wp saf and she '' The .Florida- Citrus Exchange hereby announces that it has averaged for the growers affiliated with' ', :' 'I .1 I

E Ii*. INSURANCE. told us the fpllowing'Interesting. turkey ..,. ,(. the Exchange'a. price-net on the trees-for their oranges !shipped through the Exchange, this ,';;v--{"; '' >1"Ii
"'; ; tale: '> .' season, than any other marketing agency in the State of Florida, has'paid'an average-to its growersrfor-',d:-L!;l'\ ,', ,
[Examination( of Titles a "Turkeys should be bred from adults 8 similar grade, pack and quality. '. . . |,. .*'> ?''J.!;.: 1.1.I .\+.': \ I
kept strong; by; new Mood] every year,
and poults should he ImtHu-d!, and roared I ., '
. : -SpecialtY.1Corre8Dondence by Mother Turkey for ..u........... I Some Claims II 'ta't

Solicited. :'Chkkt'n hatched poults Are (uferlnr
! ;l' lien !lice kill them .]ul(>*ker t llian turkey I CLAIM No 1-The Florida Citrus Exchange claims that it has ban< J citrus fruits, from time I

1 ---------- -- vennlij.) lions food (poults filth" of loading on cars until delivered at destination, including all charges! of : eh.,_; (.....hic + include broker- I r
and drug them\ to death."I auction and of whatever. and kind incurred in
it. age, charges; salaries telegrams, every expense nature
., dust the turkey three (times durIng selling such fruit) for less actual charges to the<< grower owning said fruit, than any other marketing .
hat..Ithp, ( hen.mid. Isrults| both
Time to plan your "*
in the State of Florida.
when she comes off -and put u little agency
' i SUMMER VACATIONON sweet cream on the poull'H( heads to CLAIM No. 2-The Florida Citrus Exchange claims that it has obtained from the purchasers! in the
THE BEACH market places of the United States, a higher price for the citrus fruits handled by the Florida Citrus Exchange -

during the season of 1910-11 tjiari has been obtained by any other marketing agency in the State .
Write to of Florida for fruit of similar grade and quality sold at the same times. -, CLAIM No. 3-The Florida Citrus Exchange claims that today its packs and brands stand higher 'I jwith
M RS. A. S. LENINGTON the trade that purchases and sells citrus fruits in the markets of the country than the packs and
7'11- A. brands of any other marketing agency in the citrus deal in Florida, for fruit of same grade and quality. .
Daytona Beach Fla. CLAIM No. 4-The Florida Citrus Exchange claims that it is the only agency operating in the

citrus deal in Florida that renders an honest, intelligible account sale to its shippers in that it is the only
For terms of rooms agency in Florida that states on its account sale the actual date and place of sale the actual amount of I
and board
4 REASONABLESILVERBEACH money received far the fruit sold the name of the purchaser; and plainly states all deductions of every ,
l \ nature and kind from the gross proceeds of the sale, which enables the grower to readily and intelligently '.
check back to see whether he has received an honest accounting or not. .
'- LODGE CLAIM No. 6-The Florida Citrus Exchange claims that no agency for the sale of citrus fruits "., I

J s on Ocean Avenue operating in Florida, actually handles the fruit of its patron for tptal gross charge to the grower of. I
II - 10 cents a box-or anything near that sum-to include all costs of handling, of whatsoever nature and
Beach! front eastern exposure kind ; including brokerage auction charges, commissions, salaries and other elaborate and undetailed ex- v


=:-::: = CLAIM No. 6-The Florida Citrus,Exchange claims that it is the only marketing agency,opera ting.
------ in citrus fruits in Florida that pays in .full to the growers fQr whom it ships all of'the claims it col- rA

::1 FiORIDA REAL[ ESTATE fOR SAlt ..r .raeM9. lec.ta- from transportation companies for loss, damage and overcharge. .

w ., Beautiful winter home sites. situated naUTI's JtG08. : :

1 ; ft*** I in the Lake Region o; Florida. kill bead' lice and ito over them every; ft.. Challenge. 4i-
Trucking and Farming Lands in large week for lice until they arc six or ;
r I or small tracts. eight weeks old. The Florida Citrus Exchange hereby challenges any marketing agency operating in the State of
t4 ;, "I house them In a large box with Florida to disprove.any of the six foregoing claims--not by mere ex-parte statements, but by positive 'I
; CITY PROPERTY A SPECIALTY screen front toward south, and move proof backed up by evidence to be submitted to three unprejudiced, unpartisan growers and operators _

h!'. t List your property with me for quick this box dally so they sleep on fresh, of experience in the State of Florida; and we will suggest as nominees for this Committee of Arbitration -
1 salt.. ground and when poults are able to three men well known throughout the State, none of whom ate affiliated with the Florida Citrus
t get over the foot screen of their small ,
yard I turn them loose but always Exchange, or have any leaning or partillanshiptherefortowitMR. : r h
? .H. M. Breaker & Co. feed at nights to lure them home. KIMBALL C. ATWOOD,
"Cottage cheese Is same as meat to MR. J. H. PRESTON,
' Box 175 KISSIMMEE. FLA. turks, and I make. It this way: I let MR. H. B. STEVENS,
sklmmllk set In 80 and
degrees beat
and we will select as to check from the books of of this
when sour 1 sill' It and then keep it at our Expert up any acceptor challenge, our Cash-
00 degrees for twenty minutes and ier, Mr. Charles G. Harness, who is to have just as free access to the books and records of the challenge .' **?I

'. L. If' DUZOB then hang It In a- bag to drain big party as the representative of the challenger shall have In investigating our books and records.: r. if

"I am careful not to overfeed and

s1 1,y q '. .' vary; the ration'thus: Fpr breakfast .Moral.-Ship through. the Exchange and &$
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dandelion and sprinkle with grit; for -- -- H' :
dinner, dry sweet breadcrumbs and Get It' All .
cheese; for supper; half nireggvcheese r
and young onion topi cut one ""'\ :
l;% Real Estate "I lead them with good chick feedto ( .
red wheat, the standard grain for
v turkeys. With gritted water before - ,':,
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grow, and soon my; troubles are over ..: .. "f11
""" JC1SSIMMBEi; FLORIL)4I except to save them from storms-' ,and.bringthemibome .
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N :fROSPCROUS<<) PtORIDA) 1 last wtnter when ''he .uj .. IIi'I.
1. ; and lost: Interest when' the '

: ., came.. Is again looking to '\
J'A SIGN OF INTEREST T rildine"' for the Season-+ is Drawingto since his crops have been ;

dose I hot winds. . 7.
JUi those<< .who wish 'to nab 1 a v; "
Real Estate is There are dour aeaiKtns In Florida: , -. : '
in ,
tI I REAR. ".advice money to buy In Plnedale. OUt.v The dry season .UM wet T' season, \aiwj, was When flat:the organizedJt Floridls}'made'ltru.- \4 : and Ten-Acre:

RSI tI Is the Ideal plac* for .a pepper *n4 Ialt. y, . : '
'' < .end of the fiacalyea'r.., from .' -
4% o",s4T.1C home,. pleasant' surroundings, 1.- I for'many "' .
The real battle txifween? the oranges years previous ,
and :
an ,
of Florida add California la the btttle crop had all been marketed, : Tracts
Excellent Investment
methods of handling fruit'and in .
-* t botweerlTaete"andLookL >
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tJ You will' see" ;your money 1 dom of holding.'shipments .,. .-,

grow if you follow this advice.,, Florida better priced has lengthened ;
has been luxuriating in ,
watermelons : : '
'e 4'ftji ( We(lave"something-at present -' for two'months and the ping period fully month: an< : ', :
crop '
-l, that Is particularly\ choice;; is still as good as ever. . change,finds that It cannot '. UTIFUL. .

,see us about it. up its season's. affairs' by J r w ,

'. Rain* for this season are still de- little fruit is still moving "
there over the 8tate.> '
still) 'V oranges"and '- -- "y" MI
grape -
e"We complain. The West'and
Southwest ''
sale. The condition is "
; RT'
are practically burnt-up. 4- T 1,11\

-, bave an excellent small piece of land, .cleared and adjoining .

:. l' two excellent resident, lots, land cleared,ready for the plow, just the The truck growers of Punts Gorda A Prayer to Time. I. .

'' place,to build a nice home and grow a prolific grove Of grapefruit, have formed an organization and will Backward, turn backward; ,

d fi orange ind tangerines, location where you can have a delightful; sell their products through a central in' your flight, and give us '

1' + view of the city, and enjoy the refreshing breezes from the lake. You exchange. s dressed proper and right. A"R K, I

i ; ,, can build a valuable horn here with littleexpense, for'.the location -. weary of switches and rata

1 will make 1t decidedly valuable and pleasant. Price and terms right, The man who planted corn and thenin clusters and peach basket :- ._-r.,_.,,,- -i:
,, Iht F better see us, for location of good) school church and social advantages the same field planted velvet beans of jute hair in a . ...r _, .'

I' count for a great deal in the selection of a good home. has a double crop which cannot be excelled stacked on their heads .'

in-the United States helglht of a mile. Something ; :r

t #va < with the maidens, we. fear. 1 fi\ ,

i; The citrus growers; of Punta Gorda the gila as they used to J
We also have several excellent undeveloped 5-acre tracts in Pine- : .
will erect a modern packing house to the knew 1
us girlies we once :
dale that are owned by an Illinois man who will sell on favorable .
handle the'fruit in that Good 1'1-' '
vicinity. whose curls didn't come I
,,g term. of payment, and these tracts are desirable and valuable prices ,
I pack brings good prices.A dressing Maidens
run from.$25 to $325 each for these 5-acre farms and you can Ret; store. .
". Y terms on this price if necessary half cash, balance in one year. the with a sensible view. Just of all Suburbs :
farmer near Gainesville exhibiteda Nature intended them to. I
excellent location of these 5-acre farms is all that should be desired :r-" *
,1' y and will make them salable-at all times stalk of cotton this week that was girl with a figure of her own ,

r threefeet in height and contained 175 divinely by: nature alone. Sale

.. bolls of cotton and was still'blooming. 1 styles getting fiercer each on '

This stalk was no exception the rest give us the girls as they -4 "

v Park Garden. of the cotton in the field. pear.-Sterling (Kans.)

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( Texas has oraered 3,000NX bushels 1.. .
111 We still have for sale a few 10-acre tracts of that excellent pro- Telephone Poles ,
r of-potatoes from Ireland'paying $1.75 a
land in Park Garden where assured of fine "
ductive are
trucking you bushel for the spuds of local dealers. I Sealed bids (or 500 cypress .
flowing well need never suffer on account of lack of rain can put the Florida should supplying Texas with be received by the Osceola a Home .;..Look'Alieadd

1'e' Water to your crops at will, and so little expense. Fortune follows I Company up to July 31st
the potatoes. More Irish and more ..
to be'30 feet long and to
the flow, and you can hay on most favorable terms. Price 100 per .
sweet potatoes should be grown in this I inches in diameter 6 feet
FI" acre, very cheep considering quality, location and advantages. state. I Poles must be peeled and pf < $
ahsrl F down. :. :

l I Address all bids,
Every indication points to more prospectors Bids" to i
We have 40 acres right up close to depot near"Kissimmee, half in Florida this fall than ever. theOsceola 5

quarter from school and church, good house, lady for farming, can The Northerner who was interested I 21-tf

be had for $1600, time on half if desired. Come let us show YOU. '!
:;4 mail who desires his fam
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'k NOTICE among! healthful surroundings' '

1 ] is the location./ If
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Notice I.hereby (given tb.t the following described In Ids. or .o--msell ... ,' t
Dee..ry to pa' the amount due tor taxes heyeln ..ot ll.. 10 the sums. this matchless eiaberl, :
Nelson Realty Company of such ..1.. .d advertlelog will be Bold aL'publlr. su O\'I.o\ on the fourth dsy. of ", could,
t D. ]1111. In front o1 the City liall door' KiMhDm County 01 Ooe""le. I>(ta of '
i a giant'SCleen '''y-ou would
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OWNER DWORU'rION f'F LAND g. on which will. ..beigrow-; , '

n I ar- ., '
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L S 3. 0 FROM N F liew .. "..All RON-Addlti011 blod 1. 2. 6,6.7 and H .. ... -S' b ] ( will come. to you in\the a
) N FBiss Lots 4o.nd .1. bla'kU .... .

r KISSIMMEETO N N F F has.Bees All Iota a I of sod Ry 2 in,block block III 11 1 r@y! : when' prices are,. far,'ad-:

N F It... < .. hats 2 and U, block 14.1.' + .r. ':
--= N, F B... .. . . All 01 bleak lb _beyond your fondest ideas of ,
IlnRwell' ,subdivision of lot 15. Payne 1& t
'oy 110 addition. values. Y6u can buy today ,
! JACKSONVILLEAND bandy. W.ieu Lot'lO, block A .. .... . ... ... 1 / .... ,
L A 1U: D ugbt's addition.R / { honiesite in section .
RETURNMOND'AY B ..age ... ..:."..:' ........ ..Bloc" C....... .......... ... .. ... ......: \I a A
Mrs N 11' b....... .. .......1.', .,..Lot 6.0,16. block F. ". ....4..t .... : / : r
,.. ......,.. ,..",..LoIe1.ndlloblockB'\r.r Qr r',4I. ,.; '0'i.1 ',7 enhance in. value, land on -
JULY A fateLe......... ., 4I .
F : 24TH 1", +h''u;y"+ U.V\. \.>.t'.hj". ," .7.5 ,
-: : .". , I' } all'kinds of cItrtisfruits
b < ":; \ ,' ;\\Bobln.oD'I\'ad4IUOO.\ \ I '. !.'' : ;
_: , .1.WtIll."II. ., : I h
-_ -VJA'i; '. tft" : dLott; b11N2.4i I."iJ"
D N Floyd. .. .......t.p"j. ..Lol.i.2.II sad 4, block 4.. , -J/I, / lrid Vegetable in
Roar, ) .uldlllg. .... .. .......Loti is&nd8.bloek.16 :,...... .._:. '..?...... II ; -grown
i. ATLANTIC COASTLINE F L I Company .d llloo. located [
WJ8eur0 iots .. close to school and. ,
; J tI educe. l.ot9.1 . ;1
---- --- five-acre' tract in
Bhoemsker'e Rllb-dlYhlbll blot k. U L and I. being .
14' .
Loi boss HdHII\\"
Tickets Good on all Regular Trains BobL.uldlni lot .ii.. \ to thee best hard road in c
UDkllown IlIot.1o Ii )
Final: Limit July.27th 1I"'k H .
i. L. Ba. ' I and .the proposed electric
{ Rogers ).4t 6. 2 qI "

Blot k Q 1., Bass . Proportionate Low Rates From All Other PointsFor Cary B.dley . . . 1.Lot2----- I : I \ ,
Rot crt Baez addition 1 1912. J I
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Chas 'Ia.. ... ..K !J. 01 buck U t. ... . 7 ,\
ticketi or information call o'n nearest Atlantic Coast Line UeoMP.tnek.. . HwJ.-.ol"IOI'kVL ... . .. 2 ; '
Ticket Agent or write It H Iitt. All .w"f Mock V 8. . .. b I in the country benefits by 4Vi:,
Mra It F lobu ., Ny fll block U Z. .. /5 '
Y. R. BEAZLEY, T. P. A. J. G. KIRKLAND D. P. A. . '' ud. 'I
TAMPA. FLA Mt.CAMfox.eatlot.2eod8.:: :: : :::; .\.It..i. ,-. ,- Ig they increase .
w A PfIeolt .. . N I.a.or block :'O . 2
MnCAMini; est . Lot.J,2bend4bind tl It of transportation is the v
---- I Mrs Kruma Haas . . .. lotstsod5blockA------' 18 4'I \ I
Mrs. M JJarlaw .. hag at 110 coy Mock\ L, runs w 'HI. feet s I'M:! ft. . '
--uWANT O'A"RIDER'AGENJJI .. 7 ) profit-making\ to the-trucker <
Mrs DP Graham .. ... t'1.lt2'J"\ :.:..... ...: : :::: 4
JP' BaBS .. .- .. . A lie of Rj block O .. ... .. !i This is
i BACH TOWN and district to ride and exhibit a sample Latest buotIeI"R..r"bicycle NFBaaa. .. ..... .Lot 2, w of By, block P--------- i S \ a tract of the best l s\
uralHbed by us. Our aatntseTery wh\ .ery-rtisJug. "
feat. IYrfH bry.11 _. ."*./"' ..'.l.'_...iM.i; \ Cfrecelra !Uobrrt Bans, 2nd fddlllon.IH i I' 3
NO MON. Y MKQUIHKO nnul yon and appraTa ofToormoney J Rlt .,dlOOn. . .Lot 1 .. .. . .. 2 section ; pinelands are .hip( .
bicycle. W. ahlptoaaloneanywherefn the O. 8. rti*..>.ton titn JU Miller Lot li, !Ite.IN It:.t ..iib, n side .". .
1 I In advance, WM /...(*>.and allow TKN DAYS* r RKK TRIAL during South F7 RY survey.NFIHaas of our settlers, not only :' ;i
which time yon may ride tbebicycle and paUttoan6 teat ;you .I.h. .. {,
I f yon are then not perfectly satisfied or do not wish i to keep the All fnmfioNal block I . ... 2 0 f fI
blcyeleahtnItbeck to a*at our expena*and_ mill... t.-.....'<..,. H'b bateu eM .. Nttliot li, block 7. . . 1 : I the price and small cost of :
FACTORY PRICES JLjornlal1 U s3i gheet grade bicycles It !H Oelntr! *e & O'Neal addition \. t
poggibie to make at one amall profit ahovactual W W Young Loin li and T, l>liM>k II.. 4 because they find /
factory cost.; You ...tlOJo tSA mlddleimm'a proflta by burIna MrsMKViariDK . Lot M, block Ii -. )0 by proper -
direct of n* ndhavOthem.nufaotnrer'sgusr.nteeb.hlndyour W W Young\ . IPI.6 slid 7, block C .. .. .. .?. .
., ...... b
bicycle. bicycle of Urea from at lands
/ a pair .
V .until receive our catalogue and learn unheard of .,. Harsh L P>IlDey Lola I and 2. block I) .. .. ." ., ... 6 are very productive,
c you our / >* JTZI&H. . Lots .
.. a slid 4. block D . . :a .
You WILL BE ASTONISHED( ..r..- .-raUtl.. MfaMnM' Mrs Kobe Yoder . lot I. block\ E . ., u )( \ of all kinds t.i t.\
crops This
1 K J'I hompnou. 1..1.2..111.l block K A 1 t1 f
.. JIIur bw_w._, m.b rr4 thisr _. w..NI" Cbs blp' _' ...... !,tool., 'or Unknown .lolt*. blixk E .. . I ;
'rYl oil.> factory. Wo Mldwl b .roet.bor.r.atar rvwt. iol1y adapted !
1 ..eYeL.'iLl.: II A Matliews' addition.Joe to.gro '
,cos t.a .M1 our Mo/otaa aadoryourowaj saw pMNatewllW our Ynaa: i ,j ji
_t>.it4Bn Atbed...rMwtrad.OOMO ... ...._ ....... ......... Brlngler NJ4! block E . n oranges ,
/ HAMO"' IOVOLC TV* do aot b. bat a..n.h.Ye Catlarine . .. . kinds tl
N .
.. raprl.el'.or. Uradsbaw w tt loll, block O ,
.mnt... .. b.nd__'n. .<.brr... Thw vs_OUtprom pIIitlyl. yn.r. I :: i strawberries
tM totMor.lO. . , .1ocI.- 2tlla Peters. .'l. Heg at e cor ol lot I. block U, runs y 7 8 ft, w _

COrAS f I:B- B R A Xfs t w:':.ftot.iit: =::':::;:npiarada: wtaNus.ud UnVnowu -- -- ... Bey 97ft..7Jf."IfL.1 lot 1, block: O, less... lauds.. lo-. ZIIIY'. 1 .",
I....... - "-
19! Hcdgcfhorn a'ulct !o0 MnRRose .. .. ....... .. .... W}", \lot :a, block (I t. i, ) property '
UnkuoMu .. ..... .. ... .. Lot2 blocks.. .. .. '. .... .. j agents for this F:
$1 re-prool$4 Jsmes Leo's sub.dlvlsldh'ln Mothtwi' addition ,i

_SelffhealingTiresnft Annie F Srultb .. . ..... Lt.h1.t1d8, block A .. ... 2 prices and terms. "ii
.rfmlr_." >...f./lA,-..**, M.bbrtt'aaub.d. \I1loglnMathtlla'addition. 1 .
$10.00N. ..f a h.*l.llW..V.f tW\ Annie F Bmllb.- ....... ....\.I.otl'.nd6.blork.A.... ... .. .
""III.."..-.*...pI.f.fc-/' 14..U(..i"..l'*.rrf"M.MORETROUBLEFROMPUNCTURESMAIL. + u' W II King .. .... ... .. .... ... Lola 11 siid>, block B.. ... ..... .. ::y-2! .', ,,1. ;.

; .r W A 1'atrlck's addition I
"""L.a.T_rom wlM _'n ? tliousand pain sold last year. rr J Hlmpson Lot land Hof lot 2, block F.. ... . .,. J2: ,"I... .. ....W) lot-J:!, blork 1 '
OESOR/pTyOlsyMlively.delnvely& iIEO 'as' W J team ..... .. ... .. .. ... J.otlblu'kY.I Q------------------.. .. .. ... . 4 i. I fir
IWilde and with ?' {J 'f I\\'W..OD.. .. .. .. .. ... .. lotl.blockl ... .. .. .. . . J ,It J.;!-;
., very'durable and fined
1'I rid a ki In.eclal. autllly of rubber, which l1e"I"1 1 -- .JR-Tucker" ..... ............ Lot 2, block 21 .. .. 2 I i. 1"
,'. rooien porous and which elo Sl:_ B L Lesley's addition.

.;.,... punctures! without allowln/the to eaoap IMINtMIMekruaMrteel.dt FFJffSm'r----/ .. ,.. ........._.._ .. ... . .... '
..,- lt'e have hun redaof letters from aatUfled cuatom ra ''A" iMinetur*at rtMl "A"st.tfnath.ttbeirtires :: ;:: :::::::; ; .. . .. .. .. ... .. ..... .... ; '. :
beveonllbeen pumped UI Knee "D"' etrlV' "H" a B Johnston ... ... ........ lot Jl. BREAKER ; ilT
'".. t an twice ordinary by In several whole,..,tb layer...punot...M>II.of>U1'8 ThT thin real Un weigh specially.;anaUtles more b than 1... te..rvfit"II alM OWla.t rim rim auttlag.any' .Thl hor. Jzbhs' j>e. . ............... JWLIU7.addllion.lx>tV5 . .. .' '.. ." .. : & -<:0. "

: ' .+ giwn\brlc on the tread. The regular PrIce ol these Urea) ."Y....._.O..T RIDING, .LA.T1Q. aad Uukuewu. ...'.............. .... ..(Ix>.I.bk3., .. .., .........'..... .. .... .. .
t. 1,0.00 bUt for advertUlnsr"parposeti we iraor t .Lota, block ,#
fl." .A"yiwaklnir, a vel'special yatr factor'price to the rider or only lUll p'rI>"J*. All orders shipped yam* B:M't.t.-;::::::::::,::::::: Loj7, : ;L.:.:'::::::::.:...:::::::::::::.: l '
.'rl'f;', '>Cla r toiler rocelred.. Ve ship O. O.-I. o Do._.1. Yon do not pay a cant until you l '. addition. .

y \"., ;1 i.-bn'.lIx.m1ned.ndtountitbetD.w....11.-' artotJy t(ib.r a br*-reproaratod.1..tao prlos-4>'*-*PULL C.mA''WI BnTua TII al.''."".'.'. .".;;:-.i.: :'.7Ata; bloek'A'.. "..... ..'. ..... -,,'.,'.;:. - :-- Over-Osceola'Pharmacy- r- -- '. *
,y'J :w.r-: :IMOM< A ootlflfaetorr no rt k la'::::::= .:..e.d1'r Ws ss rwf..ty tl":.mar...'::: J WBimpsoD........j.............Lots 11, I is. 17, block... .... ...... ........''..'...' 1 l
'r". ,",'Y 1--la a_. 7'- --.-..,,- n..yss wla end Ib..t tb.r will", ..... Unplatted lands 1Unknown : } i
.l \. '{ t :'"..'. N.rsa.e w.u b.t1.r,1.N ID..r. 'isee -.. -=:',tiVe or..w.t.n.p.IN.vt ........................ Beg 140 yda a of swcorof rwBelpWrw et 'I
o win
f t .tb.lyea win b..v.11N.nd IWa wb.aroS bley.N glr Y yostordla W.vsea ;M.8e&J: -
a5 a runs es;. yds. GA't'
r; r t..F .nd .tna s .t bYN..m.1Y.bN do.bpr Yy kind IIN.esRr lhd..tb.ra: _' J$a w9yda .... ... .................. 1 ) ; : : FLORIDA'I
"$, YOU, NEED TIRES r..SIFPNOt .._55 d wlY.1 tb..p.el.l r.t.da+4rr. n.;;; ....-;;;.vT-.T.-I&V.f yd.VoT'r--'rt gwspea swj4 lee III, -J1._ -- = _
w!Ii. '. ..ff..a.t .554 ...dry 1Y$ kr..wbbb dwNkt.rad l_ all _, ... TI':25. a.. ruDe n 70 yds, w 70 yd. .70 )'d.,
\.... I<,_"' ''_. '-h.satet 0707th ..... ... .... .. ....
. i', \ DO NOT-.. ""'-7'IIOT TMIKK' *M>aiuviiss)a ldeye io' g lames A Orabaia.j........ ..,..,.J4e,4 of ...J.4'i1eo iilTp 25* .'. !!. ... . "
w. : .w W-dwhloam wfar au v, W.. .UIIn...... ..*. _...........Beatnoorof-p." Of VR29'S 24, B -a _. .

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i KISSIII)1\EE) ) \ '>;: BPTIST' ,0' ODORGD' i To Live in Usually Kissimmee-Paid.and Wa:1: ClassjffedxAdyertisementsAdvertiiementi J Real Fstalc\ ,

., .are Inserted underHhls head at the rate of Cent: *.

i: Contending"earneatUr for the faith whloh wet,; ODD The' following table of prices Is as per line each insertion-. Realty boua'ht'anc1aolc1. 4
M- .. ,for all delivered' unto the Saloia."-Jade;... near accurate as it la possible to obtain, '"
c. and Is published for the information bi I ,. Mouses: rented! -- .t!

-, .. OFFICERS OF. THE3 OJttfKOII ' those contemplating moving; to this city: .. FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.' ,t' Taxes: paid and Titles :ver'

4 ''I BUNYAN STEPHENS; Pastor.C. Flour ...,IA.., '. . ........>.2o to 6.ftO erbbl .J'ifjed for non-residents. ]
Stacked Itiscon.. .. .... . :Si to 80 oenta POT Ib ,
4._ \' W. DAMN Clerk. C. F. BRYAN, Treasurer. Urw Salt bacon .. .... ...14 to IS eente p.r IbBreiu W. G. HANKINS-r Anything In fixture.A WADE. the tanerXjrlando.R. ) _Fire,'Life and Accident In.. .
., DEACONS-C. A: Ca .-on. C. J. Woodall, N. C. Bryan, . Oo. .t ... 7M eraU per Ib surance.Indemnity." '
., '. 'J. W. Wilde J. M. Willson Jr. Joe Jeffordi. M. LimaBeana ..... .. ........7 to' II eenta perjbH4oe O. MEEK-Notary"Public. 23-tf
; ... . . .. .. . ,.StoSe.ntag1b Bonds.
PAIR horses
A J. nicks! A.S. Gilbert, J, M..HneeU!, W. It. .Jones. Sweet Potatoes . . .M to 76 cent p.r buihe of''good, gentlework l.I:
j' : : .. ... ,. : ., hub Potato** . .. .. to tlM per.buahalfr .., for sale cheap. {cost Graves. 26-tf FOR fresh fish, phone the>RulI Bass :- _
.. ...h Fish ........ .. .. .. .. ,. .... ..A to TAt POT.Ib Market No. 189. \ 19-** ,
..... Salt Mackerel . ....Oo.... . ..Oo.. .,.to lOe per IbGrita .W. C. HANKINS- mputlllk scaled . -.c.
,ORDER.OF SERVICE-JULY 30r 1911 ,. . ., .. . .... ..'. .. ..tAlvpeflb. BRATTONto r I
MeaT .. . . . & p.clb GET H. N. drive y
: '_ . Fresh Beef..; . . . ... ------------S- 11ie..U. FOR SALE-Pair good mules, Harness artesian wells. 43-tf '
' LUi MORNING-ll.-OO: Fresh Pork OoOo. ...:. '" "--.1.2. to Ifcoper fb and wagon. Call at Valley Gazette P- j I' I The Home Bakery Man
,'. Hunt! . ... .. 15 pound. for M 00
FOR dressed the
I ,. Piano Prelude Dried Prune.. . .. ."- 8 to jOe POT Ib office for particulars. 23-tf I poultry, phone Rut
, . Bass Market. No. 189. 19-tf
i, I Doxoloppr Dried Peachei "" 10 to Uke per Ib ;
..1t" Invocation -. 7- Dried ,,ppl.. 1C to K'-ve: POT IbPure.Ierd W. G. HANKINS-Sectional cases. Tak'.4bIa, opportunity to

'--,_. _,..,.-_, .! H Hymn466T, 'Revlve ThY Work::.. ___< .. _ _, '. Compound Lard..1... .....,....... ... ..18.12 to to Via l4e POT per.Ib Ib -.; --------- i MUTTON fresh, fat and fine, at the the goodxpeopla of this city,foil
\\'j Scnpture-Rev. 2i2lTHymn : Cheese Creamery .. . ..... .. .26eperlb I KING for'men at Cash ; RuU-Bass Market,'phone 18a. 19-tf
; i'",. 667-"The Lord Is My Shepherd': Blaek-Ered!: P.... i . .. ...HeperlbOnion I Store. ltf'' their libersiNpatronsg and "would-]
: ,1 . ta par Ib: 2.00 per.bushel. -'-'-- WOOD strand $1.25 five strands also take 'this 'Tqeana to say thatf
Announcements < .. per ;
.. 'oTee( JSe to H6a"1.Ib
: h-: .. x Prayer .. x Taaa ." ... . 6Oo to 600 POT Ib .W. G. HANKINS-Filinarcabinete. 15.7 Kissimmee Lumber Co. 29-tf our limited .facililfaaforTniakInf]
. . ... .... . .
J Keroaene ISo per.alUMiKirn .
For .
,. Offertory 375-"Just Today"Sermon good will (for-awhfls 1
ChildJs prevent
L S3eto40e/ doses :.. _
'' CHOICE CITY for sale at gold necklace, with
I' "The Church" .. to7.. .1
", Worldly Chicken Frlere .* .. .60 each to all *
parts'ofcity. -
general delivery
. Invitation 248-"The Solid Rock" Chicken. grown ,.. . .. ...6&o to Soc each prices. See or' write. If. Fleming for small gold heart, pearl in center.
..}[ ___ Cora iSsued . .. "." _par bushel particulars. 40 tf I Return to A. D. Gilbert and get reward Quality and variety 1fl'.b.
: ... ------
Oata > TUe buahalOranirea
Oo '''' per 31-2t
In $ 60 U 00 box maintained always. Ournlc&. .
Busses I to par I ,
EVJNING-7:30J:: : Carpenter. . ...... ..11.60 to"1.60 FOR SALE-Forty lots in one body. I -
. Song: Service- I 4f Blacksmith . I1.6C to 13.60; Price so that money can. be doubled CARPENTER JOBING and repairing. HOT ROLLS and BISCUITS
,- 444-"SKoweri of Blessing"661"My Ctaarliur Lsnd-gmbblngIO.0O to J4.I(( poor sore within two years. A. Valley Gazette. Good work. See James, Church St. ,
I'Irln.'Land-.tumplD8' sl&o0 to S20.00
Savior First of All" Man and Teem . ...,. $4.00 to 16 00 Sltf near Main St. 45-tf. Also-HOT BREAD ""
,. 653-"W Shall Meet" !Horses and Mule '" . ..1.00 to 18.00 I
' '. Prayer WagonS (Partial. hiring to. .feed. . same 1'il' ).OO" and BEAUTIFUL lake front lot consisting FARMERS-We have Spanish Peanuts, will be ready :mornings and i inoons af ... .

i ._I Song 47-"Arise, My Soul" Plow. .. ..(X (0 to 11.00 up of a half block, located in the best best quality, lowest price; also Cow and a nice variety! of PIES
-F: "Scripture-Micha 1 and 2. : Harrow. .. ..18.1'41 toI l>>.OII l neighborhood{ in the city. Will, sell Pea. Allen & Hancock Southern and CAKE-Parties and !
.. Wedding1
Teachere. $45 to$ a month Seed-Specialists Trilby Fla. 31-ltpd
Offertory 275-"I've Found a Friend" . only to party who will improve it to '
Wood per cord 1.T4 to 8.0 a specialty. r
-- Sermon-"A Threatening Address to the.People'Invitation '_ correspond with surrounding prop MARKET GARDNERS-For tb'bt1ll'tEgg '
&t 323-"Hay Day" erty. Full particulars and price to
Plant, Pepper and Tomato Seed,
interested H. M. Breaker "
send order
your to Allen & Hancock,
& Co. Sl-tf
!. ,If .you wish to know what the scripture has to say Have you ever thought of the enormous Southern Seed Specialists Trilby, ,

.. ,* 'about poultry resources of Uncle Sam W.;: G. \NKNS-Show cases of all Fla. 31-1 t-pd DARLINGTON AVBNUB

UNKNOWN TONGUES when he HO easily meets the great holiday kinds. e' .
'- i. read 1 Corinthians 14:1-33.: This is the "thus saith demand, feeds those preachers every feet long six h. 'gasoline- Twenty-five engine,
; the Lord" on this subject. > day In the year and notwithstanding FOR HONEST and square deals in all in good condition. For price, etc.,

raises more fowls each year than kinds of real estate, -call on or write address F. Newton, Box 313 Kissim SPECIAL EDITION \

: 'I ever? W. H. Farmer, Box 322. l6-tf mee, Fia.'
OPEN AIR SERVICESThursday If :. _ __ NOW ON SALE-25c1
you arc arguing that It no
7:30: P. M:, Prayer Meeting HANNAN SHOES are high class shoes.
better to raise lure> breeds than others YED-SorreIJl1are., white spotin i.I i.
Friday, 7:30: P.M. B. Y. P. U.i i
4 we ask 'you to note the following: Call and see. .tliem. H. C. .Stanford face, white hii Tfoot, saddle scald --_ _. I
On lawn adjoinihg the church) 19-tf IOH.
back :
on about 8 9 old. Reward
or '
; A nearby farmer raises years '
,. ordinary turkeys J. W. SIMPSON '
of $10. Write E. D. FusseN
: :-,, -. i and this year sold market and W. G. HANKINS-Desks and chairs. Auburndale, Fla. 28-4tpd '.

WEUGC3ME TO, EVEF1YBODV. i breeding turkeys. from the same bunchat -- -- DENTIST. .J'

-- 20 cents i">r pound. William J. Morton TWO very desirable resident lots in ANYONE anywhere can start a mall

; of Allentown, Pa., sold two young Carson addition. each 60xlfi4 feet. I order business at home. No canvass Upstairs in Katz Building

._ ten pound While Hollands to Laura O.Coovor There are 16 bearing.'oranlte trees on' ing. Be your own boss. Send for free OFFICE HOURS: ) U a. m. to 12 m. }

-I of rittHburg for ,2:>, or $1.25 these lots, under good new fence. I booklet. Tells how. Heacock. A 2144 f 1:30: to S:30p.: m. .

ida in 17M, they strail'htbt"an to per pound.A located close to the lake. $350 cash Lock port, N. Y. Telephone No. 76 Jun fi. Ivr,, :

push the native tribes backward. The takes the two. See H. M. Breaker \
baker In rbllitdolphin pleaded & Co. 31-tf I IF YOU W ANT SCREENS see Osceola IIp
Timuquans of the East Coast built a not guilty to using rots and spots. 'I Lumber 'Co They make them any 1) R- W. W. CARSON

stronghold on the shore of the lake to The prosecution produced twenty-four FOR bargains in resident property I size and kind you want and make themto

protect their territory from the encroach eggs seized nt Its bakery. They wdre truck lands and orange groves call on fit. Give them a trial 7-tf DENTIST

ments of the Seminoles to' the northward broken and twenty-throe were rotten H. M. Breaker. Kissimmee Fla. 4-tf WE-Are offering desirable

,' I and the Calusas to the westward and the twenty-fourth of doubtful qual resident lots, located some very three blocks Office over Cole's Jewelry Store

ity. The evidence H. C. STANFORD CO. are agents for Office Hours: 8-15, 1-5
,hence the name given by the Semi- against him being froth the CoQrt House, on nice high; -
so strong hen-hanged his. plea at once, the celebrated Hannan shoes for elevation for $200 for inside and $251 Office phone 168
the whites knew the
noles. Since
but men. for corner Iota Alley in of all Residence 2!)
: the'judge fined him $:!OO and costs. rear

:- I Seminoles more intimately! their name Four thousand, fowls' consisting of these lots. Cash or short time. Letus .)
for the locality was accepted by us .on W. G. HANKINSTypewriters.SEE show you these lots. II. M,

( ) I I the outbreak of the 'war, and when the 2,200 turkeys and the rest geese ducks Breaker & Co. DERBYSHIRE, M. D.,
and\ were rounded up at Hat- .
alliance of the three races against the field, Pa., for the annual Thanksgiving King Quality shoes before- buying AN intelligent person, may earn $100 "
( ) Cash Store.
; Americans took away the importanceof sale. Most of them were brought from monthly corresponding for newspa VSpecial attention given to the i'

the Tisuquan view, the fort was I Maryland and Virginia. Philadelphia- pers. No canvassing. Send for par treatment of Women and Vj .i
LF YOU WANT SCREENS see Osceola ticulars. Press :! B .
Syndicate 2545
: Children. J V
abandoned Caocoochee and his dealers bought In nearly the whole .
by men. .. Lumber Co. They make them any Lockport, N.Y.. .t
/ : bunch. : ___ _______
It will be noted that as soon as size and kind you want and make them' Office over Citizens Bank. PHONB 184
ML'-fta Caocoochee was given command o'f the It would be quite Interesting to seea to fit. Give them a trial. 7-tf OU-Are thinking of coming to Flor. 24-3mospd
---, -- -' -'-- ida. Of course want the best ,,,,, :
chicken quiz' in which -Judges II- ---r---: you
combined forces the concentration of _
FIVE lots on which is located a for
city property the least money. We
censed _
the American Poultry
by association -
; 'the warriors took place on the border nice new five-room cottage, fine view can fill requirements whether '

of the Timuquan territory and the bat- and those not should be lined ef the lake, cool breezes. This property jt be a city'your lot, five or ten cre tract, 11. M.. RIVERS, M.. D. 'I

:t I tle of Okeechobee ended the I up against each other. Rather think i..located close to the proposed a section of land, or a twenty thousand -I
.: 6 practically the association would revoke a few electric' line on high level lots. A acre tract. -Write us regardingyour PHYSICIAN and SURGEON .

wheVtbe examination was through. bargain at $1600. Let us show you wants. Every piece of propertysold .
p. t war.The border of the Timuquan territoryat Diplomas are a handy thing this, property H.. M. Breaker& Co. at exact price placed on it by the Office over Osceola Pharmacy ,...

; the outbreak. of the war extended To hang up on 'a wall. 31-tf owner. No paddmgof prices on PeoNlCs':, l Residence 53'i .
L-; : mouth'of They nicely' cover up fly spots property listed with us for sale. H. Office 148 ,
the the St. westward
from .Or where plaster doth fall. FOR SALE--Sodf fountain, good con'-- VxWT Breaker & Co. >> 24-tf ,
to the Kissimmee riVer the Calu' But, though they be a whole mils wide '
; ditlon, with tanks, charging' outfit, ,,. ,, '-
I __ ; ;' ", see claimed the country on the West They cannot hid a fool. counter, and marble slab; also vase ERNEST L. GREEN SIGN'WRITER .. .. .. : _-o- i' "
); You can't make Christian with'sheep Sell ...:Sign, Auto Carriage Painting. I .
: Coast south of Tampe, and the Seminoles skins' for fountain; 'cost $900. 'com :
for $150. Terms if desired. guarantee, all work. Let me figure
: air north of Nor graft bralnj on a mule. plete,
I proper the country Address box" lS. Kissimmee. 26-tf with you on that job. P. O. Box L. WINNPHYSICIAN
-k i this line to the southern boundary of When a fancier or business man 139 Kissimmee, Fla. 16-tf W.
: knocks and business Is dead andhe's 1
the Creek nations lands. It w'as only says .,
W. G. HANKINS-Safes and vaults.
'4 Rick of It and there'linothln' In It, BURGEON ,
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resist Ihe ----'
after these tribes united to
. I Americans that they all included' and everything' going to the eternal FOR SALE-Good large lot, choice location WANTED ;r
4t bow-Wow-wow for his ad.. puton ; splendid! neighborhood; cashor BBS DC Pee a It..u..... ''J

: in the common designation of Seminole. your grandmother's'juagulfylng terms. Apply P. O. Box 376, Kis ANTEDYou to see me for all kinds Oman.PaD,.. f. Fi.oams.F. 7

4 King Philip the father of Caocoochee specs and look tigalu. Bet you a cow simmee, Fla. 26-tf of Real Estate and Fire and-Life Insurance. -- iii

: ; : the East Coast, never"" acknowledged It's InfinitesImally small or It's not R. .Meek, Kissimmee. 23-tf. !
r dependence or alliance with Mica- there at all."Poultry FOR SALE-TweUe acre orange and \G. THOMASON ,j
grapefruit grove, about three miles POSITION WANTED-As salesman in ,
: the titular chief of the Seminoles. Notes" Is not simply a prod- k
dry goods gents' shoe
from Kissimmee, on railroad. Will furnishing or
never had the rank of a chief, uct of burning midnight oil, but Is a sell at a bargain. Address W. H. : store, by young married man; several PHYSICIAN and SURGEON > {

was only accepted as a leader in record of trial, success, hard handed Arnold. Kissimmee, Fla. 41-tf I years' experience. References fur

toll. We do not) strive with Shake- - -- nished. Address Will E. Breare,
- -
because of his H. --
ability,, '
I -- speare to compete, nor) do we serve aliterary FOUR.acre orange and grapefruit May town, Fla. 31-4t Office Phones 74 and fs. Residence- 8

t treat, but strive to make the !grove, with 250 bearing trees,
&t h'I The Money on Deposit This Bank bumble product of our l pen a means to five acres muck and ten acres pine WANTED-Reflned couples or gentlemen .
;-i ' make bin. land in cultivation, thirty and one- for several nicely furnished :b R. B. D. WIENENGA
loaned to the people of this a more productive
half acres unimproved land, fiveroombox rooms, with bath; the best meals the
people who wish to improve their When you have leisure make repairs house good barn and welL The market can afford. Corner Main and VETERINARIANSTOCK

or increase their financialinter to your Incubators and brooders. Paint improved land all under good fence. Pacific street. 60-tf TREATED FOR.
your brooders dllterent colon and the This property on the north side of ALL DISEASES'Dsyl'hon.257
-tt! ,, ests.For chicks will not crowd Into' one. East Lake, four miles from Narcoos- WANTED--Position by a man thor-
t this reason every depositer of nine- miles from Kissimmee. oughly qualified to take charge of UNDO '
: Eating snow Is a poor substitute foi see, MHnt Phone 182 FEA.r. .
: bank no matter how small his Bal balance truck garden 'or citrus Inquire
I-' water and Is neither conducive to .&!. Price $4,600 $2,600 cash one grove. -
-I'o ; helps in the work of building the year. H. M. Breaker & Co. at Valley Gazette office. 26-tf -.
gestlon or egg production. ''''hen bent , r. A. VANS AONBW w. .. CmAWFOtDi '
; enterprises of the community;; helps to are allowed to run In cold rains and o
\ valu'es FOR SALE-163 acres twelve acres IF YOU WANT SCREENS see Osceola VANS i AGNEW & CRAWFORD i
property ; helps to sTop round In slqsh and. cold mud It cleared, balance good. pine land with Lumber Co. They make them any

: this a better commercial center, has the same effect. clay subsoil; about 200 bearing size and kirtd: you want and make themto ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW _

: better market. orange trees on place. Four room fit. Give them a-trial. 7-tf I

; cottage, good barn and other out- Offices: S-4-4 Cltlxena Dank Building t
: I! State Bank of Kissimmee. 94 .' buildings. Located five miles west WANTED-To buy email, improved Kissimmee Florid""]

of Orlando, on good clay road. For farm, Old newspapers for sale at this office price, terms, etc., address Box 256 as to climate, crops and ,;i
_ _; _' cents a hundred --' Orlando. Fla. 19-6mos-pd cost, and how remunerative price j. i.. noon H. D. oaioM ; .
I and terms. Address, Warren Brown, -
r *
; ( FOR KENT HOUSE of seven rooms on large lot, I R, D. No. 6, Sterling, 111. 29-4t-pd MOON & GEIGER f

: Statement.: 109x208! feet with fine shade- trees,
Mt : under Section S2.Chapter B-W6 Law. of DWELLINGS for rent, apply to M. Til good well. This property is located WXNTED Young men and young ATTORNEYSATLAWOffice
,- Florida ahowlnf the amount of taxee chargedto ler.THE. one of the marled streets, right in ladies to learn telegraphy! Students .
l the Tax Collector of e c ola Counnty, on qualify for positions in a short time State Bank I'
fastest section of the
the growing
Florida to be collected for the current year
Osceola Tailor iff all the
1U10. and the aoportioninent of the ..." tn Shop go. city, and can be purchased for a short Mahy positions open. Board and Kissimmee. Florida);
:;tl I the ..".raI fund. for which taxee. have been Phone 241. 24-tf time for only) $))700, half ash, room for a few more students at ,. '
APPORTIONMENT: OF COUNTY FUNDS. ROOM FOR RENT-Copland pleasant. ance six and twelve months. If $12.50 per month. Well'equipped

,- ; Revenue July Ut. 1111. Mrs Dennis Blenis, corner Sumner desire a bargain& see ua quick. bal-1 I college.Business CoII Best ge instructors..Live Oak,Fla.Southern 30-2tp G F. KRIBBS ji:
M. Breaker Co. -
and Orlando 31
amount . 137A4 75 ave. -, ,
)" 1 Amount collected 120'ib 32 ATTORNEY-AT-LAW tS I
.. Balance l*> Im ooll'rctfxl .. 1H7S AS FOR RENT-For cash or on shares ten E. "M. F.. AUTOMOBILE 3400 Notice Application for Tax Deed .
7 ; 4 General School Fund- acres best land. three miles from miles, looks like a new one and runs e Room 12 - Second Floor .
Amount Aaaeuwd 19270 66 Under Section 574 .
; Amount Collected. 17084 89Ilalance town, has flowing well is plowed and better, has top, windshield, speedometer and 575 State -ank Building

_, to U oMeeted :2S% 77 fenced. Apply to R. .1. Cunningham eight-day clock, chimes horn General Statutes of)f the State of -- --- -

; ; To County amount Road.-- IBTil 71* J, 0.. box 341. 27-tf, metal tool-box, two extra shoes one i i Florida. -

Amount Collected 1(1\07 06 -----------n""T' extra tube. Will sell or trade for Notice U hereby (Ireo Ue.t J. W. Thompson, RO ER'I:, G. JOHNSTON
'.- '. Balance to be collected ... . 2010 66 ROOMS TO RENT-Either single or town properly. Address, E. M. F., purch.aor of Tx toni Seats No. 42. dated tttn
Couuty Hpentat* en suite; suitable for light house- Gotha, Fla. 10-tf day'of July, A. D. 1WW\, hm n| To amount aMe*ed, .. . I\\O.IO! keeping. Apply to Mrs. A. A.Simp- In my office and ban made application for Tax
t Amount <'oil!*tod . .. 4S3" Deed to Imtie In accordance' with law. ATTORNEY AT LAWKISSIMEEE
-. tt
_q to he collected 670 23 son. ,', 3- NICE-Centrally located home on beau. 'Said certificate embracing the following de-
_beIIad.I.I... seC bei.g-is -
Sub-School&DUU Nu.iTo SheUou.SynfOeoroi
: amount aniaeaed.Amouat . -. . ,A7iT"Tir.... Pit ---- WEHave lilted 1I0m ''Of'ttunllolt"lle.irable <- ;r'tlful"corner lot, only"] three blockI *, 8ft* of Florida, to,wln Beg ne cot !?
_ _ Collected .... . 1 *119 t property on the market, both. from' Broadway; house is lighted Block CC. ratrtak'i' Addition to Kltolmmea nRIDAb
_ _ : Balance collected. .. .. .. . 63 84 'city and'county-, which we offer at with electricity, has bath, toilet and City rani ; m 10-11 ft. w 1110 ft, u to$ IO-H It e .
t .....
Sub-School>\lot.Ma.Te a- :1UO* Bald lot belns:> : amount .......s .. .. .. .. .7744. the lowest prices to be obtained. kitchen sink; new cement sidewalk; issuance of inch certificate ID the Dam of Mn. R. N.
_ _ Amount collected . ... . .. V&l 44Balance There is no padding of prices by us, house contains seven 1'OOma1 including J. B. 5,Ramur.i D L. BRYAN :
to be eolleet.Oo .. S9-99 every piece of property sold at-exact bath roomr lot 120x160 festrex- TJaleM said certificate shall be redeemed aoeoromc - --
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: Sub-Schooll>iat. No.4- to law:. Tax, Deed will DENTIST
To amount....... .. 748" B* price placed! on It by the owner. .tending to 16-foot alley. We can she lit 44y of September, A. D. ivil. oq '
_ _ Amount Collected. ... 787 53Usiseos Write us your requirements and we otter this beautiful home on very Wltneea mr hand end ofBotal seal at Klulm.m .
te b.(;oiIsrtei: .,-. . 1 21Clerk will do our:best to -pleue' you by reasonable terms. Full particulars e City this 37th: day of Jnljr A. D lull' New Squires Building .... :i
-------- ARTHUR B.
; ARTHUR. Oireuit; JC-DONEGAN.CVmrt Oeoeola. showing just the kind of property you to interested parties.. H. M. Breaker Clerk Circuit Court. Oireola County '1.. Avenue f l.

_ _ (8aL) Count,Florida. desire fi.: M, Breaker Co. 24-tf" &Co. ,24-tf, By JXME8 H. JOHN8TOK.b.C.; Sr. CLOUD'l FLoRw

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