Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: August 4, 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: VID00501
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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the railroad J.officials will make of the .' there, the agitation-' of 'dividing that 'i

ATTEND THE MET ING old wooden depot:,, but it is understood *" '." ., county and 'calling- the new;, one Palm WHEREWWRCUIATE[

they will use it in building. construction t: .We: Mast*' ffave 'cL 'Fair Beach came' up and Tom showing such
I I houses'along 1 its line Agent Parker ., ability: as .' leader, the. 'matterwas

*' At' the Court, douse; Next Monday has. 'purchased the'shed. and platformused '' 0 placed in his hands, with the result that Valley I Gazette ,I ls: Read 'in Thirty. n

.' Afternoon and -Do Your, Part by the express, company,' and.will This being 'the last issue of the Valley today Palm Beach county is one of-the ,Four;'States::and five for. ,
'- use the material in building a home on best officered and most prosperous counties -
Gazette before the of citizens in the '
;, Toward Holding Fair. one of his vacant lots In' the }ear of the meeting In Florida, and our little redheaded y. sign Cdantr4ts.Ior t
Court House Monday"afternoon' .at. 3. ,
school'boused ; on Tommy Its tax' collector, polling I "'Vi i / , <.
When Mayor H. d""Stanford ealFs the ;' There are'very few cities the size of .. o'clock J I take this opportunity appeal toeyery'loyd four times aa :many voter in the... election .. .uio;. than two. the V ll.7'
'years -
o' meeting to order next Monday afternoon Kissimmee thai can boast of such s { and 'enterpriaing-citizen of this last fJIdld"hlaoppon nt. '-" Gazette .has contended thatIt had

at 8 o'clock. In the court room, I magniflceAt depo as the one now near- city and county,,who can possibly do ao,'to be Tom spent a couple of days in Kissimmee more general 1 or:d/verslfied/ circulation a r
there should not be a vacant seat, aa at ing completion, as It (is all of'brick and] this week, and paid this office than ',
; present on that day and hour and do their full any"other''oounty paper published
the question will be defln- imply large to meet the requirementsof a most pleasant 'visit 'durin. which he '
meeting in
that Florida
duty in making it possible to hold'the grandest and. Ia fact,more than any: '
Hely settled aa to whether.there will bea this city for years to come told of the wonders the draining of the other "
fair in this county during the coming winter "I Everglades is for the county paper'in, the United
grand countfair held In this city -. doing east coast States. This statement has been
this coming winter, or whether wa hold BR fZy-.SPICY' that has ever.been held in Florida. The timeis He was r member the 'party who accompanied by some' of our esteemed queationed contemporaries -, w

only trade) days. There la no necessity at band when it is every man's duty to bear the Internal Improvement: ,"..' \teUr.. fewof
ta. oqr
' to enter into an argument as to the hie part of the public's burden, antTl'earnestly Board on its 1st* trip through the Everglades I foreign advertisers and to:,saUfy those, ;

"",,- amount-of good that- will result to our Is the Manner in which a eaderDesaibes' hope that all my fellow citizens will arise to : and stated that every memberof Doubting''Thomases we'' have carefully
that Board hlptr'pleued'wlththe'
county from the holding of a fair one. was :
counted the
citizens This Paper. the occasion and take their place in'tbe front work the names on our subscription i
gram scale, aa the Trade Day the r dredges were doing digging list, and find that this paper goes to the' ,_
orthit town pulled off on the 12th San Francisco, Cal., July 27, '11. rank of prona.i eneaa. the canals which will lead front number of 'poop!.' set ppposlts to the; 0 "

of July waVamost marked success, although Editor W. B. Harris Kissimmee. Fla. Respectfully, Lake Okeechobee to thisAtlantic, ocean, states following: *
I Its entire arrangements were >Dear Sir: Many time. I thought to H. CLAY STANFORD, and that not later than January we Maryland . . . .'... .. ....,. .. ,.. '10.

made by four me with a fund of less drop you a line, and just now the spirit Chairman1'of Committee. could travel from Kissimmee,, to Palm California . . . . . .... .. . .. '18

than two 'hundred SoNara, therefore prompts me to do so. Beach or Miami by water. Texas . . . . . ...*.,...'., . . . IS 4

any man can readily what great We enjoy your paper very much. It CAPT. R. E. ROSE Oregon ...... . . .r... .,?. .. .,. T lie

good our whole county would reap is breezy spicy and wide-awake to the Washington. . v . . . . ... r. . . 20 rr
from the holding of a real fair>one at best interests of your city, county and Nebraska .. ,4..r.,., .... 34' ,

which the wonderful resources ofNiur state. There ought to be more like it; State Chemist Pays Kissimmee a Oklahoma. .... . .. . .. . . .t, . .. . '25
county could be displayed garden nd besides, it Rives us the news in regard The Old Bath Houses Visit This Week.' South Carolina. '.. 25

grove, dairy and farm. to our dear friends, and. qf thosewe Minnesota . .. . . . .'. '. ", 82 $
Every county in Florida ia putting onceknew there. It matters very little how f ar a KIs- Wisconsin. . : :: : .:?: :: : : :,.-., .''..; . "'84 vNorth : A

forth Its beet efforts to attract the attention I We tru rejoice that dear Kissimmeeis Are Ordered RemovedBut simmeeite may travel or bow high he. Carolina . . . :. . . . ...? '26
; of the thousands who are coming and may get in the political world, he always
so plucky, pushing prosperous. N.w.r.r e7.-.u. . . ;;' 1$.
to this state annually from the Surely you are rapfdly getting into the" looks forward to the time when Georgia . . . . . . ..., .', .' ;;:V... '9a! /* a l
North and West, and while we possess ] wive and means afid dress of a live, he can return here for a short visit If Illinois jog

more and better opportunities and possibilities nice little city. You and-"J.he paper are Not a Word Did the Council Say About Paving I not to remain permanently An instance Kansas.a. . . ?.,... . . .*. . . ..162 4

than any other section of the doing your part well-a cO atapt booi' i Broadway With Vitrified Brick or Eli orcing'' of this kind occurred this weekIn Indiana..T; . . ..1,. . . . . . . . . ;t 51 .. .
the of R. E.
South, yet we will UK behind if we fail will win for all. Keep the balKrolling- person Capt. Rose state Missouri . . . ... . .. .. . . .. .. 56 '.
to let the world know of our superior and the pot boiling. You have all done the Sidewalk Ordinance. .- chemist: ( who spent a fe.w days with us West ,0.: ''
Virginia. . . . . . . . . . 8&
merits and advantages. This county I splendidly in public matters and meetings greeting his old friends) The Captain Canada . . . .
. . . . . . . . . 13 1e
to this section when' Kiasimmee
., is growing in population at a more during the past Don't sleepon came New York . . . w
year. . . . . . . . .. 98 ..
1* rapid rate than any other county in the your\ arms until you "get there" as Almost every: man in Kissimuiee came walks were ordered laid almost year was 'little else than a trading poet, and Ohio

and has set the pace in almost and I conclude do not down town Wednesday morning expect- I ago. This question >,has been called to was connected with the famous Disaton .1, .
state I you want to, you Iowa, . . . .. , .. --Xc
character of public! enterprise, and ing to learn that the City Council had I the attention of the Council on many Land Co.. therefore he has seen his oldonetown : :: ::.:.JL L SHa H. ,
every propose to. I wish I could step in until It Alabaman. .. . .. .. . . .,.. .',.... W t
but the people all over Florida are apt shake hands all round with my dear taken definite action in regard to pav- occasions, but for some reason that, growandwideu out Virginia . . . .. .. 'M, ..... . .... . IQ
students, and unless we keep alive our friend, but I know I cannot, so you do ing Broadway with vitrified brick and bodyhas sidestepped-It-st every meeting. is now one of the principal Inland citiesof Michigan . . ..a.a'a.. ,, .".> "'76' a
enforcement6f the sidewalk From the state fact that fills him with
will ordering our understanding of the a
progressive! spirit, we ontdisg t.f,-and. giveth my-regards:' Pennsylvania . .. . .. ...,. ..,, *. .,168 ,,
but their ordinance is
ordinance hopes were as passed, it the duty of pride. '
tanced. Y With best wishes to all I am, sincerely Kentucky . . . . . . . . .;. .,J. 28 -v '
hold this grand fair will require all dashed to the ground when they the street committee to attend to this Captain Rose Is making a tour of the ,
.But to yours, D. A. DODGE. Tennessee. . ., . .
.. . , ., . .: 24Arkansas.
informed that state the merchants in themeaning
the combined efforts of all our were not a pertaining matter bv offering a resolution In open instructing !
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to either matter was mentioned at session; of the Council that unless walksare and .Intent of the pure food
enterprising! citizens, and we say again I THEPIREMENHold Colorado. . . .... .. . . . . .-. ;:. .49
who the meeting the previous night. laid on or before certain date, the law, passed at the last session of the
we hope that every man can possibly Massachusetts .. . .. .. .,,,. ;;,...,. ..,-.. 4 r.
Aside ofa legislature. He that first the
do will attend the meeting at from passing upon matters city will do the work and charge Jt up states at W
so Washington; D. . . ''
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perfunctory nature, there was. little to the property. As the Valley Gazette law was generally opposed by businessmen .
the court house next Monday afternoon Meeting Wednesday Utah.:. . . :. . .. . . . ... ,-;.. 2Indi.
-l a Night or no business of importance transacted has repeatedly pointed out, manyof but when it was explained to them '
at 3 o'clock.There .. . . . . . .. ; ..1.. .'. ...1' a
: save the passing a resolution ordering the places that are minus sidewalksare that the law provided only for square ,
this who Transact Much Business.
in and
are a few men city honest France . . . . .-. . . . . : . . . ,1
work in i the removal of the old wooden owned by non-residenta, who will and dealing, th.t. pound of I S
Have done practically alf the II England . . . .' . . .-. . . . . . . 1'
The volunteer firemen ,
and Pl'9sperou.O.- way: our are bath houses at. the end of the wharf never .spend a. dollar to beautify their butter meant sixteen ounces and not ".f
building up I British Columbia . . . . . . . . 1 ,
to make themselves
working proficient and for the for'the twelve fourteeh that when
or paid
ceola county, while the great majority making an'appropriation property, reason that they pos- you
have sat idly by and reaped the rewardin | in their duties, it will not be long be- purchase of slickers and helmets for 'sess not a grain of civic pride-holding for four quarts of booze you would not t.; ,

the shape of larger bank accounts fore Kisaimmee can boast of as fine a three meifibera of each of the fire com- ,' their property merelyfor speculation. receive three quarts and a pint; aWd ; .

and increased value of their property. I fire department as can be found in any panies. A committee of three, consisting -* And while the Council is considering that the wrapper of very article. must These figures do not include: the number -, .

This condition should not prevail in any small city in the..South. of :J. C. Moore-J. M. Hansell! and these mJghty matters we sincerely tell exactly how much and what was of'papers circulated in Florid')' and,

" part of Oseeola county: It is every. They held a business meeting Wednesday H. M.' Breaker was appointed to' attend hope it will not overlook' the open ditch the character of stuff it contained, that we might add, that, practicallyevery X- !+
man's duty to put his shoulder to the night, and closed up many small to the details and supervise the that tuna along Dakin avenue from the they without exception'deela.., it the householder'"in. this .city and county Is* "

i wheel and help push the old wagon up gaps that: confront every'' new organiza work of removing the old bath houses, rear of-the Park Hotel l to the rear of bestlaw on the books. There Is no on our subscription list, to ray nothing

:; the hill, when we can all !get aboard tlon. A synopsis .of. the constitution and there is no doubt but that the work the High School' grounds. This has not doubt the law will work a hardship on of .the hundreds of persons, other' "*

and toboggan down to the valley of by-laws and lilIes of government was will be thoroughly done. These old 'only been a most unsightly thing, but a unscrupulous dealers, but It was.passed cities in the state who are its regular

peace, happiness and prosperity. presented and thoroughly discussed wooden buildings have been an eyesoreto menace 'to the health of our' people, to protect the people, and they should weekly readers. 'h

i i and finally referred back to the committee the people of our town for years, and especially of our six hundred chil- tee to it that. it is strictly. enforced. We do not publish this statement in ?
with instructions to report it in and have marred the otherwise picturesque dren who attend that school. The curb- -

I IDEA FOR GRAND LEDGE full to the next meeting, 'which will be .scene from our wharf. This ing in of this ditch will not only add A fAIR ESTIMATEOf any answer sense guilty of braggadocio to feeling a although great pride We 'ijLin ,.

held on Thursday night. action of the Council Is most commendable much to the beauty and healthfulness -Si
the fact
but as a convincing
| Companies( One and Two held a practice and, the members will receive the of the city, but give to the city aSout argue /' l
Produce ment to those who are seeking med'J ?
Success of What It Costs to
Florida Gty Makes Huge : last and the disI Vegetables -
drill night, boys praise their act deserves. fifteen feet more room on that avenuea ium I
through which practically the
entire (
played much skill in running, The of slickers and helmets of in Florida. ,
Trade Day. t I making! purchasing thing which we never have too United States can be made ac- j'
connections and handling the \nose, in for those of our firemen who han-, much. We have understood that the H. G. Gumphrecht of (he
; Manager with
The following is from the Grand quainted the. merits of any par
,I fact they proved they were made of the ,die the nozzles was necessary, as the health authorities ordered this work Manatee County Sub-Exchange sendsus
ticular article
of or property offered for
Mich. July
Ledge )
( Independent
stuff used in building: real fire fighter fact at the of i "
was brought out burning done some time ago. which he obtained
.. 21st II figures says, were sale to the general .public. Especially r
. .. :
rifief Porter will drill the entire de-
"C. W. Fleming, who went to Kis- the negro church on Mabbette street I by. careftrkatudy. and experiment. and should the Valley Gazette prove a =!
'partment next Friday night possibly that without some protection, those have been verified by ,many Interested medium for land 6
splendid to
simmee, Fla., a year. ago, seems to be companies
I the Osceola and it is
near High School the nozzles could not
interest in thingsat holding approachthe in this line of work. (Coming from this let the world know of' the many good "
: expected many of our people will witness fire close; enough to do effective do not hesitate to publish the land
that place. I KissimmeeInvites source,we qualities their possesses and the) f .
the performance. work. There is no economy In anywise
"The town of Kissimmec: is growing table as authentic. numerous advantages their section
i curbing the efficiency: of our fire depart- He states that this Is the cost of
I rapidly, and has inaugurated a rade pro- offers the homeseeker, and we right
: TROLLEY CARS ment, and we trust the Council will at duction cost of hampers or crates, fertilizer M
Day, when the merchants offer special I here and now make the statement that
price. There are ball games, exhibitsof i, all times be most lenient in appropriating -and' cost of hauling to railroad we do not know of any place in Florida
money for its use. station. The figures are based on ham- that does not offer and
live stock and produce, and many i A Machine Shop more better opportunities -
other- ttrattions which would naturally': Will Be Running Into Kissimmee The Council will meet in adjourn per, orate barrel or ton, as the case and possibilities than can be ,
A Furniture FactoryA I
session next Tuesday night, when it is
bring the people l out. i I: Within a Year. may be.: Found at any place in any other staten \
probable something will be done of a Barrel FactoryA Hamper of lettuce .9 25 the Union. .. -
"The Valley Gazette, published there -
contains an eight-column write-up of the '! We are often asked the question, tangible nature that will be in keepingwith Cigar FactoryA Hamper of beans 28 Thousan;. gHron thousands of people' ,'

first attempt and judging from the enthusiastic : "Do you believe that the trolley line the otherwise advanced steps Kis- Hamper of cucumbers 25 are moving to.Florida every year from

story told it was a huge suecea. from Sanford to Kissimmee will ever \simmee is taking. Broom Factory Hamper of peas .40 Northern and t Western states, many of gt

.. |,, be built?'" We do"not at this time intend to go ==== Hamper of peppers SK whom ire absolutely ignorant of whereto !

0. "Grand Ledge could have such an There seems to be a lot of skeptics, into an extensive argument as to the Address: Hamper of eggplant .28 go or what to do when-they get here, /

affair with pleasure and profit If but all may rest assured that the trolley Iece.sity'of paving our principal thor- Ton of cabbage 7 20 except those who have been readers o( 'i

Floridians can do such things and make ', cars'will be running within a year. oughfares with vitrified brick but we C KISSIMMEE BOARD of TRADE Crate of celery. . . 71 this paper, and those have their plana ( ..tn4

.4 ,, ..them a success, why not Michigan- '1 A careful survey of the line has been can not refrain from saying that the Kisiimmce, Fla. Barrel of potatoes ? 1,50 well.laid before leaving home, for from
-, dersT"EiisisiiiNGjoucnES made at large ex'pense. much of the people of Kiasimmee are exceedinglyweary He says: "These figures are all basedon I reading the truthful atories of this staten If 'I

i .- route decided upon, arid the unbelieverwill of their money being frittered a fair average yield from one acre, the Valley Gazette, they are thoroughly
wake up some morning tp' hear the I away year after year in useless and tem- I and therefore If worked on a larger acquainted with all local condi '

bell at the crossing near his house. I porary street improvement. Aside OSCEOLA COUNTY BOY scale the cost o'f production could be re tions. j
I The proposition and its development is from a' few blocks of marl on Main duced. I Iam satisfied that these figures The Valley Gazette has been and Is . t

y Being Done to the New Passenger in the hands of competent businessmen street and a brick culvert on Dakin will cover the point of cost of production now at considerable weekly expense .to

Grounds. who have strong financial backing.The avenue, there has not been.a dollar's Makes Good on the Cast Coast and on anywhere from one to three print a paper worthy this progressive '

'\ Depot t and president of the company, Mr. T. worth of permanent street improve Holds Office. acres. I do not claim to know it all.I I and enterprising city and county and d

t' + A visit to the new passenger depot K. Miller, has bought a fine home for ment done In our town for years, and Important however, and shall be glad to throw the of course its management feels a pride }

I disc'osed the fact that the building is himself on Highland Lake, Orlando, our people are sorely tired of the whole Very few people who knew the little subject open to wide discussion, as this in the fact that it has, we believe, not +t

nearing completion, and In a very short and the vice-president, Mr. J. J. system The time has passed when you red-headed country kid who lived in the will give (is a chance to hear from other"meo only the largest but the most diversified ;e

..', time will be ready for use by the com Brophy is. building him a home; in the can grade the streets of a city with a Bassinger neighborhood and answeredto perhaps still better posted than circulation of .any paper in the

'::' pany. The grounds surrounding the Park. few men with shovels, and the sooner the name of Tommy Campbell, along myself. At any rate these figures wli state. r

depot are now being evened up and Florida '-Wo move" in some respects, our Councilmen decide Jo spend money about the close of the last century, ever I prove of great value to many of'the Mr. R. C. Paxton and wife returned
i -: otherwise put in perfect condition, and and Orange'Bounty is not behind in the only on. permanent Improvements the thought that youngster would some day f truckers and new settlers."
Guthrie Okla. .
from Friday night.Jto
4 (L r 'when: the proper time arrives, will be race for the very best things. The better bur people will be satisfied ahd develop a manhood that would reflect I If Manager Gumphrecht will now give which .city, ,they, on went from here

.J "a, beautified with tropical plants and flow- best roads-carriage, steam and elee- the sooner our city will become the metropQU.lJffnl.rilf Beat credit on his 'family, his county \ wIIK.-'rajL1'tlllma..ret' moriu'aao.'Mi.P( tQ f,. "-
_...en.. &.gent G".*Fr-Parker-mater--that trte=thA eirpeOple-f6r neighbors an3 Florid*, and'his itite,3uiiuch ha: come about, ceivedbn ail of these different products, aDout a

if 'as soon as everything is/ready, the citizens, the best of conditions'-morally The question of paving( Broadway is arid we in common with all the peopleof II we will have a line to go-on and the newcomer the the beat th'ennometevrschmg was something fierce 114 out lbere, "'x ..'

I .: jt 't building will be thrown open) for Inspection religiously, educationally socially not by !any means pf greater:: Impor- this county are glad it Is. so.The. , I wIll know somewhat near what the shade, and hV' are degreesvIn liter Ii;; i -1;

t by our people, and he feels that -who says that' Orange county tance than the laying of sidewalks" for F. Campbell moved from this he will have to expect,. and this will be .. burned He.afro'says crops'' that. hums; \j/

'.Jhe,. will be perfectly satisfied that his will not be the ideal spot to locate with the comfort of pedestrians certainly county to what was then .Dade county better for him in the end than M ban dreds ally would up.leave that'state"Cor FlorIda -', '; ; "'P-.ia./f

., 'company does not Intend to lag behind Winter Park f'8 the center, exemplifying -, equal to that of auto owners. Thereare several yean ago, and the people of hIm accept some of the startling figure wire ,able to.dispose of their '; '

'..' +fin keeping pace with the rapid growth the beat of all the above things. places in.I this city where the street the east coast_saw at "once: ,ihat a superior -. of,profit to be made that are being pub farms, but they that it appears miens due,, .t '

"r: development of"our city: Winter Park Dept. Orange County Citi- is far preferable-to the eidewalkricl man had eom'e among them. lished by someof.. the land coloolzatlocompanies. sires property. there under. present conditions .-, .", I

*d-Jt I. "Pt.yet teamed what disposition sen. these 'places are in, the district where Not long after he made his residence .-Florida Crow: r. ..'' ,,. i% ", '.' p.r.!J,::: .
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t'lj, ..or naptha maybe: kept In a building wlix. ijou
;' :: A.CABSON.. /.. A. tRAMFORD. .. ... LUPFIB.r. .. !ST.CLQ'uO yard on Massachusetts avenue The . Court of the County Jndr,8t.t.'or Florid, S parmltth./or.d *ot ."-'wlftoll: .t'Sgatlona
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'r the end of each a delighuullyfragrantflower XnUo U hereby given to .11! whom It may: 6. A permit for manufacture 'of TKa'T?
t"" .a.--' on ih. IHh dijr of December A. from peo8 be..ln. or n5ptba.b.1I nly% M
f whit with a jreddish .tedline, p. '8t I. 1'.b.l&l .|ip1r to the Honorable Gee F. Issued where the .111'1'1 .html .. outside.ti (
''ITEMS 7)f .tll..r. Judc of uld Court, .. Judge ol Pro- lIlJdlol! .ad if In elOrpa of '.Ix (6) PJltlte.I
'KISSI'MMEE .LUMBER ) INTEREST CLIPPED down the .center if each ,of the. long bat.. (or my On.UIIIC.h'arll. u Administrator, 1I."lto. und..rllrouad as least 1"01..1.AIr 1I1.t;
CO. TRIBUNE petals. The canna' belongs to a genus of tb. Estate of. Catherine A. Sturterunt,de.ceaved. 10. building Isolated from 5.11 other bnlidion'anil '"
i. fROMJHE, UQUD . and that at thetAme, lUau I will prevent uied exfluilvelir, manufaotULlnv aaidira
of plants' some'species! of which supply tar final aaonuntn .us Adnilnutrator'.of. laid .., mill, building\ (OtiS refliotKl. a dlatanoe of
"."t., and ..k for tiielrer.provats' auLIwa.thautialrtyfee. ruiu/bll -oUier- build.Inxa .,
.. used
/ ., I -Brother gnyder, pastor: of; the Presbyterian seed that have been as a substitute tThtt'd4U0C9..utI.1O.L.. ( strmit'ta or vnbllo/ pt.OIJll.! ,' In aooordaniia /;
B. C.\R"ON. wilt tbe alm'aud oapaolty tbe tupplr l I
for coffee and also turnlsh a beau and
** Rough 'and: Dressed ii.H : church at Kfsiimrnee was a -ono.. a m- ro. Aamtulfitrator. afrmlflf apparatni 5 ';:]
: .', tifulcoloring purple matter, besides , 7. Jktl apparatus naed for venerating or i'
Cloud -- -------- ------ -
St. caller this week. Ha used :-------T: .I holding IootJrIeiie gsa shall be to eon>trnot*...
\ to and in the tent InJ having(! medical jpio.pjirtles. The flowerin ItKfkini, and imnl aa to eecuretne irrvateu '
come over preach 'Application for Final Discharge.
m..u.of safely. all aucb. apuaratut" lobelo' ,
s7brt i Iii: beairty. and others like *
; P.INEL.U1\BER.: \ -J the early days of our town and we1 all qu a catwl outsIde of octtiipind botldl""..
it. and .various pretty members of the In Court of the County Judtre. .p..te* of Florida a. No permit to bu ..u4ld lor the ilorage or' '
{ like-bim..and he thinks St. Cloud is a OttCfola County', In is h.tat. of Tiro Besa.'drod. keeping. for a,1.l or ..... of (aaullne! beuxineornaplbalu '
'" floral kingdom can be seen lln Mrs': Mar.tjn' bulk aave In ifudivgroiina' (burled In, .
. "Wonder.City. Notice U'hereby trlvvn. to all whom It In..ron.eern. .
& U. ICro'uud.tal taull..11JI '
I DO opening
front tsJII !
.. yard. that bn the 10th day of January A. D. 1"1Z. '
dr.\\llIlJort billow 11
f.. coutemila % level 01 vib. "
; ( s. . -, 1 ahall apply the Hororable' ) <>.a. F Parker. I.lellk
ground but to b. drawn Sroiub7
: I.
c'u pumpa. !
;' ,' l! .J. H. ot ;well has shown us this week Judge of said: mn J udir of J'robml; for ,a' muuit slUm a .ntll.tlna laid. l' ..
: HOUSE BILLS A SPECIALTY '' \ At the regular meeting on Monday I ftnaldiMchariE* an fttlminUtratdr th. eatata jot 'xWnuijlig "1' .. high. the roof. or Lh. .. .'It
__ some 'fine samples of alfalfa1 and red Tim. Sass deOeoeMd; and that at the ..n,. time 1J I Ii IwiIi'preuent .
,4- - hulldl. and iuoh lank
ruundliiK "" no capabi.ol ,:,
24 VicePresidentsmith
evening .
July final ccounta ailniiniHtrator ofsaid .,
I clover his J my > moore than liu nlloua '
< grown on Pennsylvania avenue 1 Oommtaimiiug j.| will ti, .
.. waa In the chair. "The committee on vntat. and ask for lh >ir unroval. l>vr iiiiliwl wllhln KKI feet of bulletin ., ba Ai
: l lot : He also had lot of of l>aU-d July .th.i.. I* 1"H.' .11' .
> a "J'l'ro
peas tuiC tank ogntalnlntf IIMII than litoj allomis! Ir
)oooOUOOQt! )O')OQt .
.1 I but"action .
IIA'tr AdmlnUtriiUir.Notice
numbering houses made OSCAR .
a .
., the the report, .rIT bullied> iidwr-Bround, may be located i
i black-eye variety pods being ts-l I 11I.:11I0. .
I sit tuft ten foot o( other bulidlun. ..
The board of
::: f I eight and nine inches long; He says was postponed. . 1 Ii. No merchant:: or otlier wrion ihall kn, .. ...
directors reported progress in the matter on hand or in any atore or' on bit prfemiM. ..
that everything. the vegetable kindI 1 of Administrator. within Urn fire ml.... wore ban twenlV'flve '
I here. of getting up advertising literature. : IMIU iiU or pow-der or dynamite u any one time a I
grow .! of Florida, la Mini (iii. quantity hail be kept lu safe .
There was a general discussion over the I II !n Coftrt of County udir" Ht4t a or I
; I I 1 ro RhWile of Stella ((1. Wright I>*M....<. LET US DO YOURVULCANIZING I j County Commissioner. A. F. Bass, question of the League's charter and 010 CUllnt)' Jfo pefnou or pumuim thai) aCid to or deliver '
I .. rohr nil whom II In this City powder ordyuatnita
i* h? If" '''' Ui may any conoealed
t' I, who is ready a resident of St. Cloud, on motion it was voted to discontinue Concern, that on I ihe Jth cU.r t of 1 J a mm luary. A. I I. :In: any box'or: barrvl: or In any other manner- 4
: further efforts in that direction', it .1912. I I preh-iit III)' HIIIIIIHI "4T<>untH .B Adininlslrator purporting to be any other article under pen
has Walter Lorenz
bought the propertyon of the iwlau* of Ht-llft '.. W right, Itr of couflHcatlui. the wtioU packa.ce. inililUlon
I Pennsylvania avenue and will makea being thought that the constitution and utseensel to the HoiiurnMe, i,vo. JI'. 1'iirker. to the fiiio, Imposed for violation of
.iji.lge 01 Court as JU 0 number of changes in it and open it by-laws provided all the authority for thir 'IIN'.1.' No penron. firm or corixnation. without t-
1 A resolution JBi.-.l. July t I. A. D. 11'11.}] O'rt pnirurinic a |Krmlt or llr,'i.* therefor. .
r: jo. We have a first-class plant with expert work la" a livery stable, something we are inN necessary was adopted A. E. i Koruu. herein iros'iied, shall ftliin the, fire Umlti of 4\

I ". .: in' charge. All work ''guaranteed and turned great need of. Mr. Bass is an experienced I tendering support and confidence in the .>bani-6] ino.-ix3 Admlul.t ra'or. KlriKimiuee more. niauufacture. keep for .al*,
men .
or keelu| for tine iu spy part trade or tnanufao ..
A. O. & Railroad ._
I horseman and we may expect a G. Company. A motion --- -- lure, any carbide! that will free an luflaminabl
1 out within 24 hours from receipt. Pricea reasonable. fir t-c1as8 establishment.City was adopted changing the bylawsin Notice of Application for Tax Deed ... by contact w lib ......r. .

;I ) ; ".. Full line of Tires, Tubes; Patches and Automobile '" I I regard to closing the meetings. The Under Section 574 and 575 I II.k4..,pi"K A permit for .may HI'. ofcalulum bo Ittnuea. our for bide the iu atoraiteor watrUKtit :..

d& Supplies. Clerk John J. Johnston was in :I law provided; that meetings should close General Statutes. of the State of .IIl'Ial"lIn.''t lie hundreil haTtna((1UI a')capacity putindB the cx.cueding .

j Kissimmee Monday and intended to return promptly at o'clock.. It was amended. Florida. iurgr.este iuantlty| limit to t-xce* ('rin'> |"un.18.. .provido that nucti can of oar
;'1 in the evening. He watched the :I to read "as nearly as possible to \'J :Notice hereUj gut' ''U thatV.) \\'. t'Isrk, ,'nru I ii MH bn Hturtd in a dry wtitwcproot, well v-n*
tinker of I lav ('..rl1I\"te-lo\ .".. dtttnl the "ihlt , and : ,
San Juan Garage Co. titntinl pl ct> not more ttintl one brokeu y
: I train move off the sidetrack and expected -I; o'clock and on motion to adjourn >y of J.'tly A. 1>. 19U1.\' hHt filed until. I'crtillratoin |>a.'kaKe kept, .n 1 nt* pr,.raiMeH. nt any one tlm.. .'.
it would.back down on Ihe mrmline 1 III)' .:.* aud h..... "muumIu-'.""lh'"lInll for Tax' Il. 11 the buiMtittf", It uned'. I..r.... ." I
,, Orlando Flair lMii I. to isHUtf I tn"M" ..r.ia lit',* u I lih I Uiw. Sfild tin* hUir.Ku' cilciuin varblIe' .amid If it fadetAflHfl 'i'' "
in front of the depot. But it didn't '' < rriillciittmNrnr.' Hit folliiulny .I''ertl..d| | at ICHHI thirty feet lrom >lh<*r building*, Ii IitI.
"" and John didn't home until'Tu..s ,THIS STORE WONTGUARANTEE. ( TtmiHTti vitumcMl I In OMM-M- H (;ollnlFI..rlt.I a. :, written I permit inny l I.e given 67 :the 1 uy ,
get i t tuit Tin nortlifflHt of tintuirth I .. ,
i quarter ( "m m'il /<>r i)Imu' dUirtini'" iu (junntKlwi I in excetuof
; I \\ i -p Mt |x>tiiidH i,mel ut-t )11 2 (3151 iKiumli I ,
day.I / .
I : ; :: 'b; : ; : : : ;f.1-dll';:: (
CALOMEL lion .1.I IownMhii> 2'' H. o ,'- I Bft.. 1 t.m-ivIulwI), I lie cHicluii. Ca tori-a 1 in not
t c. I .NH. |iaui, iM-inir' n'*M-,.Hi-"| HI' HH'Inn- -.f tho NMInnrt .rp.lIns iou 'IamuImmI iiuLaMnm. In sealeut. watt-r.
: Comrade Thomas Kndes of Louisiana ol uch t-ertlllfnt e in I tin- tin,me of J.-hii, tliHit i incijil., I r.*cfptarlt ,K. I lii urh bnildinanonriifi I
.. MmIv.ra. 1'nl.-H snl'l, c. <..rtiiiCHtfhttll" I IH riliMMiuxl *- < in) I liKht itr tiru ;othrr:: thai: I 1 iiicuijdfiiceul I;
,I, - avenue has shown us, sample:* of 1 i But We Have Liver Medicine That U 1 HifMinhnu" I to l Ia'. tax 'tr.M ui'ljsmic I' I I lfi'1 ri, slmti I he |MTitiitted.I\ .
a I thTM>n, ..,flii). 111]) d ia> of AtfUM- A I Im :l'ill 1 1. Alt' i/rrMiiu, HruiK 0:r .orHirnlon) )> fullingtn I

I"I. ........ ............... . what is producing known as heads:Milo after maize the, a manner forageplant ' We Do Guarantee With Money- I 11."I'I'.I'; I .:::, |HV F'riimu'llHIlil, l ., I ihl Hlll:,I Tt*ofHclHl h rlny! of HltfllliturH July.:: \ Ht I) tins I. <'<>nriliiiHiirv'ml., ,] > ii it h hnll or, violating I b" llu,unnf*() 'J,

I. Back Offer. In>lur) *( fur i-Mfh and nvt-rj dayMid l"fiju, finn ,4.
of broom and! kaffir corn. Tie head I I -.1 ARlllfK i K.: IfONB: ,.ANCUrk or ri.r.rami.u.| t.h.II.m> full or fftid. 1..'
; I. EMIL MACH ERNEST MACH circuit Ci.urt... (""...,1. OUI.M.' ':a.Itv.IA"t. .,..lhI\ *> .....In.a.h'1. br 111 ('ft''t .>n nnd after .
\' + AatlU..d.r4 Oil Co 1 was about live inches long and two and I .. ,'I..II"T'. "% I" nniitoviil I of i -
wne-half inches. thick a perfect:, 4hit: of The iu'xt time you think you need aI J'j opt. ?m Ii.a.> ... I tliis I .id dny "r I July ''i

;. i : : MAcE: EROS_ :1 1seeds.. It was grown from si j j nt- I dose of calomel ulon 't take it. Even if - -- -- A l I' I'll. \V.' M MAKIN-OX "f\

I have taken it often beloie this I PruMldi-ut ul Couuoll. J
,ril May 2 r>. He says the birds are fond you An Ordinance "t \

\ : Livery Feed and Sale Stable : I of it. anti that it makes good chickenfeed. I might' be the very :r't lI.l J It (.IIJIKUT u.n.' iii i (in- < it') -'Islmanu'r I,
: I yow. Its use is sometimes followed \\.r.t oniliii-1 it'l- ,, .. .
that "
Experimentshow a large I t'l'l".r 1'"j.rdJI AI-'pr.u' .1 Uu. 174J" *l v 4 t.J..I". A,4( ICl li.- '-v-..
M.4-rtel' wnll1ll the riri- r.rr.Mf- 'Tf t k."eium .
; Agt. International Harvesting i Co. 1 1 1 variety of profitable! planlaCiiii' .be by dunjreroua aftor-fireets. If you In.... ;to'.1 M.II.*Cl-.., <\'i 1 Y ml 9iAaIuiii',. I" "I Kl.'mme"

: grown here. I It is only a question 6f j i are constipated or biliou'or: if your livI I \lie .1"KifiHiinmt'f.fjMrtJmtl, lij lOrilH: the n> C'.,fn.-i,; .if thfCjtyof _ ,.

: .. ,._. .Ax.L: :: :KJJ'TDS: : :E.A."V"'y:: :EI..A.Tr..J; : : 0-. : I taking hold and utilizing some of them I 11'1' has gotten lazy and inactive, two or'' ,1 1. Pirinit. *> amid licfii, :t:. herein pr,".II.. ..l for. ";'
I' I three doses of Dodson'u Liver-Tone to Lu' 'laHiitNi olio' upon Hi>|"lu Htion, 'in \\ rttin" toth An Ordinance
." : for the individual and collective good. I I I (riioimril ..I KtHNiiunuH ;.
Everything new and first class. We render prompt and pleasant tasted vegetable: liquid will J. 'Thf. City foiiui'll I ret>..rvet IIi.- rIght' If 't .Amending nn onllnntuMEntitle I :. *! '.\u Onlluaiiro .
: any time I In |Ii*> I JII.IKHIMII, the .public HHfctyMhMll I'ruliH'it mug t '", I iur-
, satisfactory s'ervice day or night. Mr. and Mrs. R. G.Vidrig Were I "make you feel like new. I I require It, to aim-nd all.1! mid) to the r,- iiitf Origin: Hour.*h7''I'. : \ :; \IJ.ncx I,
I, We would not recommend Dodaon's cintrcmi'iitti or Mtrirllonh. n ere In 'ir''ri.u-l' imuilla." Approved. ....I..r.. '. I'*", by "I'rohiblt;
k : + school teachers in western: New York.where lMforc, thu expiration, of "u) pi null or lirni eIfriinUMl iiiK: nil r.u1.. from Kuuntiitf at I.MTK at Any
PASSENGER DEPOT Liver-Tone in place of calomel if wewere 'herutidrr and UI ro coiiipHHiicuwith TlllH-
Mr. Widrig was great suffererfrom :1. Biich: unbuild::: inent ot'IIidf; : I Ilomia. lie II Ordninrd by the Council of Urn City: of .4K
r P : Kissimmee, FIn. J; Phone 113 : asthma; in fact wax in such shape i not willing to fully guarantee it. : .(. Iy tutu term ''pxpiu.I lve i'oi pun mii or I 1..1 mum mule, >(
; So who of Uod- mixture"I IH meant any < oinpoiitnl or mixtureewpHhle *.f'l tlmi I Thai SIM tion I of m n Onlinanoeciitlilrd. \
anybody I
buys a bottle
that the doctor advised a change of climate of 'cauMDu n *u<1 I son's Liver-Tone at the Kissimmee Drug ot gasam> and coiifiiittit' violent) ;tin r:'af*:- Ht I are*. I'tirliiK ertnln, Houruf, I nil Cst'I
,; .1',1 ............. ...... ...... if he wanted'to live. He had not i'|I of" j reHpijre b) rim iI'i r..m..Uon| or leC"lIIl"ohitlon. Hi'. Kxp. ( Hui-, ) npiirovitl" i O. t..l..r'. rnWbeniuriKlfd :(';
Co. and does not find it sub- :;
been able to teach or work for nearly a perfect : I fio ". u> r stitute for calomel comeinto the 4. No ,*r.ulI. firm i or corporationitliout. S' mI.i I 1. Thi ruitiiinit nt 'iarti' ,>f all cuttle!
a year when this judll'm..nt.was: passed.He I I may flr.t "prnciiriiiK *< "permit ..r liceiiM, I Ilnre1irmm within;,:; t :h.<- ,MrirnU' :liiuitHid (thf I lily of Kia- 'I
I J[, store any day and get his or her money ( the < it\ hhHll. within tht* tin limitthaiity <>i ..lIuiiii'C ,ii h.'ro h) 'i.'Ia.l mmii ''all, c suit. cx.'i'u'Y ,
thought of the West, and the South. I I uf .KtHMiiutuee tmiiKport. hauion. -. :.r..hlhllt.J., all.11t .Iiall Ii. ""I..Iu'' fo5' ,, I,
and friends suggested :St.> Cloud. back. keep manufnelnrl,' ,, *. une or i-ll I any fxplonivei tlnnw n,T ,or u.. n.'fM of uucattK* ... pennl' J
finally / : ; ::: : ; / ;: : ;
(I It 'iiiipoiiiid. <>r mixture i ouipoin' 'I 1 Huni'ti HO FAIII aV are>
L. M. MARSH & Co. lie was among the first corners, about I Itwwnty I has absolutely no baa after-effects( or coniriTHnce, ,contHinitiir. MI ..\|.lo-lvi ,'''mmmIn 'sum m 11..11'I All I I "'r..I m ha iii'... lOr 'a Ti'",. I imerrof I
and is harmless for children as well as ",,n.t' or intxtiiri m *. hut I inti I orohilnltotihHll \in-< '",.111"1 hort-H Iii,. i b.*. Wud tin shiixttri- ierw'
DEALERS IN FINE LINE OP" months ago. It was not long: not Hppl> to the unit nary, kecpiiiit ii uu,1) *H:)in ofBmallarniN h) ".'....1..1. .
(. before he felt better and for a longtime grown-ups. i, I I Miiiniuiittlon a" practiced: : I In )mnlWeirti -*..( lion -TTiiil. I IliU I TTTilinaiici' *h*.I I laV% 1
STAPLE AND FANCY NIX! HpurtinK K"..|t'* hoii-eh t fT..t'1 '< t"lfT I. I I'll.I'asfM ') I.I I.
he has had no symptoms of his >. N" person firm .nr .',| M ithoutflrttl I ..) in oH u H(..M Ij Ij.1
nr M urine i a intrmlt I. or llcHsi I;: : ihcn-Cor a* A iI. 1"11 .'.
former most distressful' ma-lady. J! DON'T EXPERIMENTYou tier fin prorldcxl l. fhnll I I w lihig' th. flro UnniJi of \V II. MAI r: I-I GROCERIES'I .:.-- Kli'idmiimmiee ft.r.*, nmnu.'MCiilrt: or kvt p for 'Hie 'Pri.i.| l ill of < oiimMl' "t( city nl "Kismlnimre, '"
) I << or keep for fau I in nuv pHrt trwdu or mmiuuiflmlae'Itiro Attct '
I The town council has made a changein any liquid w I tin h will emit an intlammahlu: : J. K (rll.UKUT.I ClMkolh I I
vapor at temperature below liu Ueiftjen Fahrenheit. Apprurcd thIs. ,'\ '! July, A. P. IfljC "
4 . -_:_,_ 'FRIItSI-4: AND PURE -- thq paying: ordinance. instead ofpa'viw Will Male No Mistake.: if You Follow I :. tested. In M. Tnvllabue'a closed Pyro I |"eal] II "tOf: SfANFOBU. 'I
that it : ..___ til J'
meter. uJf-o'oiitiiji-ji.fjUt .ivii Mnyor Klmlmmea.
except ol
,: : FREE DELIVERY to all parts of the city Prompt and_courteous attention, j Twelfth' street, as.was origin This 'K limmee Citizen k"1ln I .f-'ity .\

: : '' i. ally planned, It.was thought best to 'o- .. --._- f
, ; .4 Pd IE Md 10._ -' -d ,
c, , offer of the -- ... Advice. "J<
-_ -_ cept the very generous ...., . -I .J:
( r County Commissioners and transfer the Never"neglect your kidneys. ;* .

.- ._1 -_------_ -_ work to Tenth street. That street is I Ii If you have pain in the"bacTc, urinary EVERY SUCCESSFUL MAN ACHIEVES't'. \
44 _,_ '_ i I considered a part of a county' road und disorders dizziness and nervousness I SUCCESS THE SAME WAY < ; :

the C'ommisK'oners, will, at an early. it's time to act and no time to experiment. -I

I The .1 crate. marl twelve blocks froii Columbia These are common symptoms t BY SAVING MONEY f I

i I to Minnesota avenue provided< the of kidney trouble, and you should seeka I
; Uo you want to be successful? Start Having now. Put your money 'in
Call! and see my line I town will pave two blocks -j', remedy which is recommended forjhe I

chusttts .to Minnesota kidneys. ;
r : J". GOODS i SPRING GINGHAMS I I Doan's Kidney Pills is the remedy. to .

I A couple of Mormon elders! were in I use. No need 1 to experiment. It hascured '.

,........!i) WHITE GOODS
STQRE town this week making honsetohousecalls 1 many stubborn cases in Kisrfimnee. have more Savings Account than any other Bank in r .

: !L EMBROIDERIES to have heart-to-Jieart talks with Follow the advice of & Kissim'me'e Osceola County.A .
% I j those who were disposed to lish'n.lo. citizen. : Savings Hank loaned FREE. If you haven't |procured "j' ...

i MRS. E. L. PEARCE LACES,. ETC. th<:JT!. They usually go about in pairs Mrs. Sarah E. Ilexford of Kissimmee II one, do s>o at once f< f

anil as a rule are very clever talkers\ II Fla. says: "Our 'Tittle daughter suffered \

:. : Bennian Building and thorough Bible students. Thereare from! a kidney weakness for four ARTHUR E. DONEQAN. Prefeidtmt. W. II. NORTON. Caahler i i',

1 hundreds of elders at work in the years. :She:> seemed to have no control I
I _ _ _ _ II
.c country and their method is the; still over the kidney secretions, and this ;

---- . .----- I hunt until they get together enough to I I weakness was especially bothertome at I - ---- -- f:

'organize a regular society. They now night. We, consulted doctors regardingher 1 J'
L. cC.A..LL''s:
I have! organizations and church servicesin case and tried many remedies. but Sprigg Fleming 'i {

ROLLINS COLLEGE, Winter Park all of the leading cities. They are nothing brought satisfactory results. : I ,

in Utah. and lead all learned of Doan's Kidney Tell ZDrlller
large majority Recently we
I other denominations in Idaho and Nevada. : Pills and procuied a box from the Kis- {
I : Fine' Arts Do- is prepared to drillARTESIAN ,
.: College Academy Music ExpresHloti simmee OruK Co. I gave them to the I PRESSING ; ,

; me s tic and InduHtrlol Art. BuHlnenn, Normal Course '{.
I child. as directed and they gave WELLS ., (
$ i,1, Twelve I liull'llniff\ four dnrnintorlt' >H.i'Hrtite' roomH Btcini hoRt. rlt""r"! ifghh.I A pie social at the Star theatre last 1 lief for which we had so long reo-I REPAIRING
14 T.rnifrtinn, nnt> v.v miiH.iuin. no uiHUrlH. qunrter' 11I111 I I I Ion ")I.I lnr) en<1oumf nt. 'J
dl : Four tfitrhfr, n f inuHir4.., nrttnn, n do/fit i>t"non. two gilt.( liii!*.. rhoriit. ..!InoI' > night for the benefit'o'f the :St. Cloud I Our daughter now has no trouble in any section of Florida. i
\ Hnpt-rb new r'''.m{< for biiHinf..** ,*x hool full,, I.ii. king ''I'dll".I.' liny roiitfhf* A mae hint-I 'y pi. w nnrt n iiihtrtifturir i t next yca r. ; Baseball, Club was a big success financially her kidneys whatever. We are very Leave word
,'s' I nt house and clothewll '
New hfinlrnl. nn,,1 l ,phyntcitl. )at>i>ratorifH. i>nulpi>e<1 with cvrry imxtfrn ilcvtco; .11' I A number of the benefit Uoan's Kidney my .' ,c
and socially. large | grateful for | tie called. and) rned. ;
J1 .IjHinof MoilM. rtfh/tTH. fiXMlxv,icr; im-ppi-Hium' for eiiKiiiferiiitf, iiour*<-. lor rel 4
.'.4 I...k i... tioMltiif. .ufnimlMK.I |"<.lf t'nnifoul >to..lI.. !) bnokft bull I : four f onoootitijrenri t Iv. : both young and old wern in atlt.n< I'ills have brought. Men 1 years ot successful Well .
-* < hnmploiiH I of Ht..Uin I lm,t- Imll.C'hrlHttnii I. I Drilling is a Guarantee of m)"' (. I
hut. uri'li-uoiniimlldtiAi\ I I ,, cxjunvc"niixlcrnte; Hctioltirhhtpfi/ I rallablo. The prize cake netted $9.50) lance'I' For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cts. the bebt Satisfaction
to Guarantee
Ability produce *
For C'ftwliiKW., ndflrfbH "1'1. *. HLA I\M"N. Ph. D.: LL. D I'residcwl.. well by*George lIedrick. Foster-Milburn Co. Buffalo, N. Y., sole results. I . { .

I: cartoons were displayed on the picture I Il' agents for the United States. .. -- 4'. >Id,

__ J I screen throughout: the evening.The I Remember the name-D -and I !II

'S take no other. TWO AND FOUR INCH 1-- 6rowei I

: Si George .N. Saunders l' country oldest are and in youngest Florida. towns St. AUgU8-in( thu j i I The Kissimmee-Library.The --- WELLS A SPECIALTYP. I The Florida I 4

[ BOAT BUILDERAgent tiliu-now getting\ : ready) to celebrateit Kissinrmee Library offers to its O. Box 10'", trill IciTMntHl fruit KroHorh. Furfnlk I I, 04
I /*! tooth anniversary anit\ St. Cloud, subscribers list of over four hundred I who Hunt' tn know HI nut .' v.f )
i i'l ln \Nikly I $1 MmpiT, v'lir. mnnth- ,4
(for "EERRO" Engine I not yet twp years old. If the old Saint books by the best authors any or all (pfI : :Flcr1da.: .ly_, *: -fiul' I''IH- (for n ten \NMIH, trial I {l IA
all of its I which you have the privilege of reading BiiliM-rlptlun, Sn>rpTBright Oean. ,.- ,'\\'
had at the1 same rate .
I grown : for onlv $2. which 8e"UI'ea.! single f.
3'. Z) Tue ( l". '" ..a KISSIMMEE FLORIDADON'T lite, it would have spread pretty well membership: or $5 for a family mem- -- -- i THE FI.OUIDA (i iI OW : .,

\ '. --- ----- -u-- _- __ -- -- -.I>--- over the northern halt of the state, bership. Capt. Trench the librarian. : HOU Florida \venae, Tnmpa, Fla..lR
ia4 .I; and Jacksonville would not how be on I.I will issue you a membership, card! for C. W. Griffin >A ;

,, ; JENKINS & WOODNAMSurveying' 'the above amount. Library in :State:> i I
TOAD THIS! the map. 8-tf
; Bank building. rl "
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t I )like opposition.! I defy com I 'ANCY
Teams mad up of married and sin- ( '

- T .' .z. I petition.budge from Under my condition I f will you I Kl6 men of St. Cloud played a game on Telephone Poles Wanted: FAMILY Groceries :'i'it'

: _. ,,'... rwapt...a_house that ia Lout and and I Thursday afternoon. : The married men Seale'd ETdi for'500 cypr'essjpoles 'will'bexreceived !1'Zi&CRAYSTN9

.. .- B.waterproof Dicker-ton.and It damp will pay proof yru see for were not. onto the curves of the pitch- by the Osceola Telephone -AND- t'l : I

had thespeed 1911. Poles I
if ers, nor they necessary Company up to July 81st FRESH MEATS
he will save you money you JI.thI. : to-
and to measure 10
letting contract.Healaobandlee Drafting to cover the distance between the bases to be 30 feet long
: price inches in diameter' 9 feet from butt. I t OPEN All TIlE ylis .
,, Li. Lime. Lath KIng Wind. whenever they were iortunate enough; : '
and shared :
,. Oment Pla trr Hair. Fir. Poles iriust be pealed knots 2.BO to 3.66: pllQ
kor Plaator. fellows per day.
'. .'f Brick. Common Brick andothcr'thlnsa too to hit t|he young down. Peliver1..Ev Day at Any Hour iirt

,i numarou. to mention. loFTier uFRATERN1TYlHAL walked away with- aeco.ieot' 19 to 4. Address" all bids, marked. '"Sealed: I -.-". 'Patro.tlUIe! : i Solicited i .Special by week or month., 7l ti
_ J3. DICKERSON Bids to the I N. W. '
a and Builder The Tribune extends Ita hearty Qseeola, Telephone Co., North Klasimmee Phone No. 8 -1 If.1
Contractor. KISSIMMEE. FI.A It: Martin 21-tf Klssimmee.! Fl*. ++++++++++++++++++++++++...., 1l
't' ; . thanks to Mrs. C. for a j jml

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..................: .......... MORE'MONEY leg, ,the,. remain.. from" .beneath this I '
wreckage on .the deck below and at

the lame time remove the danger which: The ROLL BASS' MARKETOne

J Improve Your Orange Will B
debris. This work will
Is. Raised 1 begin 'next
: j .
Week. The pumps have been tested for ,, Bearden. Building- Block from Depot

ITS, '< YOU..Your crop hak goal start* ; 'Y ur trees will +. 11' FUvfcna, July '29.-The ncdnen at:"removing the mini t and have been found x r

:. I their beet; but they must have the right kind of plant food .work on th.' wreck of the Maine now capable of doing so. However; ) may Fresh Florida ot'allldnds.m4 .
to help them hold and mature the-frult they now have,'' to In. feel perfectly cure on the question be some time before this < work is un- .ME'ATS .

+, ': give,crease to the Its fruit shipping the,true qualities"FLORIDA", to strengthen flavor which the tree nothing artf'to can .. of the strength of.tb4feoft'erdam in jren--j l-' ertaken, a* there'is much to bt done .' ,-, WesternPOULTRY '" .It. t _

counterfeit.. ,And that's why the majority of discriminating citrus '. eral] and of the resistance of each cait- i on thee,''wreckage ,exposed in'.the last : EGGS 1
growers.. always to to withstand the ( FRESH FISHSpecial.7ttention ,
.. careful get 1 rArmour's sin separately pres- few daa't before thefe will be a necessity -"c "
cure ot the outer waters, and work will for going lower, I
, Orange Fruiter to Ph one Orders and Free
C ,
be conclusion. :
.. now pushed rapidly to a LEON J. CAJ ONA.
2 Armour's. Fruit and Vine, or The extra work of -b.vlngatrength.- -'. Delivery Id 1Jy'part o/ the City- Phone /89.'

.1' .. Armour's: Blood, Bone-and Potash. .: ened the. .dam by the use of a large YANKEE NED-' ;,

quantity of.atone, and the unforaeen delays -, .
i The fertilizer exactly adapted to-ur grove it in the Armour line which have arisen as the wreck a C. A. CARSOH, '
president A. QI3ayN SCCRLTAIITThe
so why not get the benefit of their will : : :
experience T A poet card .
.bring information. was exposed has necessitated the request fells of the, Growth of St.Cloud, '

J Better USB: "ARMOUR'S" than "wish had." to Congress tor another appro- -
you the Wonder Gty.
-' priation for jibe completion of the work. . Waters & Carson, ,

: This doe. not mean that"the funds have St. Cloud, Fla., Aug. 1. 1911.

MANUFACTURED BY : been depleted, but in order to obviatethe Editor'Kissimmee Valley Gazette. "

ARMOUR FERTILIZER WORKS + necessity of the suspension of the Dear Sir: Thinking that, after: over Grocery -

JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA work later on, the request !Is being two years of continuous residence, at Company .

made at the present time. the St. Cloud Colony,, an honest letter

' :...4l;. ... .. There have beenaltogether, the remains from me would be acceptable to my -Wholesale' and Retail l Dealers In- '
........ ... of twenty-one bodies recovered many old friends, also to recent subscribers -

- - --- - -- --- --- from the wreck, most of which were I will state conditions as I see ; f

., found on the starboard gallery deck them, in as brief a way as possible. GROCERIES.i!

aft of where large Two years ago there was not a half
just midships, a portion .
GpaAp Stop. At Our Garage of the wreck, torn away by the dozen houses. in St. Cloud. The first . .....

load of lumber that was hauled to buildAunt's *-r---1 .
'principal explosion, was thrown back .
and you -willi) notice to your satis- '
this of the vessel. Most house, the man made a cross WE SELL -
faction the fine display of motor upon part i WE BUY .
and set it by a he .would : a w
these bodies were p ned down to the up stump so I
cars we have forLivery
deck by the mass of 'wreckage which know where to come to. We had no HAY r
and Sale depot and had to off the into HIDES
had been hurled upon them, and ,in step cars

'.r We are agents for the celebrated many instances crowbars had to be the sand. Today we have a freightand GRAIL .. FURS *

,l: EMF Automobile. You can bny used to prize some of the debris up in passenger depot combined, and FERTILIZERS .

i order to extricate the bones. Frac- pavement to walk on from sidewalk to '
.. pleasure for the same price you WOOL 41
'1 will have to pay for trouble.: A tured and crushed-in skulls have been street. We also have an ice plant elec- SHINGLES -

little investigation will convince found and broken bones and segregated tric light plant, telephone system and ..AND*

spinal] columns prove that some ot two banks and'in the near future they ORANGE BOXES

''I. A1s GO D AS NEW" you. the bodies were blown -into-fragments. expect to be able to accommodate all. ORANGE WRAPSVEGETABLE ALL .. -

., Steam Vulcanizing and RepairingGhiff We have six hotels and restaurants, be- fa
j The remains of three of the twentyone -
. sides several private rooming\ houses CRATES: COUNTRYPRODUCE
ii i'S Ga1a.gei sailors mentioned were found on
and restaurants several and
I bakery
the starboard berth deck at a point al- CRATE NAILS : -
i MILLER BUILDING BROADWAY most directly' beneath the eighteen recovered confectionery stands, seven real estatesnd ',1 .

( insurance offices, two barbershops, .
'\ ..- on the gallery deck, and it is ifC
three lumber three cement block
- -- expected that this part of the ship will yards, We sell field and garden seeds of all kinds. t
yards, two novelty works three photo'gallenes
11 give up the larger part of the sixty- We give special attention to fitting out hunting and camping
f a lOc opera hall, a live up-to- r
five bodies which were unrecovered. It
p. U not expected that the remains of the date newspaper, Grand Army hall reading parties.

It room, two churches.MethodistandPresbyterian Frw.-d-eliverv city limits.PhoneNaJ2.. __ ___
entire number will "be recovered, as the c-- -- -

; ROSS GRAVES I unfortunate men who happened tq be several Ladies'), several Aid and fraternal Improvement orders, we are county agents for good fertilizers. Ask'us for circular i
near the point of explosion were probably and prices on fertilizers
societies and the be* drum in .
blown into atoms, and have disapr I ,
r' Florida; also a Grand Army Post Boardof
j peared altogether.-
i Trade and Business Men's League l

: HARDWARE II It is believed that a number of the and just as soon as we learn of any :Jf"O'rICE: ; .

1 men were sleeping pn the gallery deck more societfe's which we can endorse "
I the where the remains
PAINTS OILS PENCE WIRE AND STOVES at were and think will do us good we expect to I Notlre hereby given that the folloln described land.. or eo much thereof as WIHb.neceaaary .
found but at-the time of the explosion to p., the amount due for tesea Its 10 the same,to"" her .IUt oust
add them to our list. We also have I or each este, aDd ...tenon
( EXTREMELY will "e IIOld .t public on the fourth da7 01 September,A.
;'J AND SELLS THEM, AT LOW PRICES they were probably still awake. Th'enight two hardware stores, two novelty I D. 1111 I. In front of the Ctt Hall door at Kledmm.e.County 01 Osceola,Bray oII10rlc1a. .
was evidently warm, as proven l'G l
stores one dry goods store, one gents'furnishing
BROADWAY. KISSiMMEE. FLORI/DA by the open port-holes and all of the and shoe store, two drugstores Y w"

windows in the captain's cabin being ..' is'A
ten grocery stores and about DI1CRIPTION!: OF LAND ;
open as well as by the further fact N e.;
eight 1t
, ..,/ that the wind was from the west. The 9M]
It estimated that hafabout
< was we <
City of Washington was moored to the
tVenty-five hundred people here last Rosa Addition
northeast of the Maine far ,
away, winter but part of them have gohe N F liar .. ,All blO<'ka 1,2, 6. 6.7 and a . .. ......... .. ... .111 1 a..
and there was a ball in progress onboard N F Base ... . . tuts ',a cud 6.I block 1I .... .. ... ... .. ... W 117
I North to summer! and from our experience N II' Baer .. , Lo I and 2.block 10 . ... .. ....... .. .... 50 101 .t:
that vessel. It likely that
was here and in NFBa.: AlleofHy In block it 17 NN
I \1 the North-we think . : '..:. ::' :: ''' : .::::: ,
: this attracted a number of the sailors F Ihies Lots 2 and 5, block 14. ; 92 I e7
COMPANY.1\ they have made a mistake, and we also NFB... .. . . .. ... .. .All of block 16----------------------- 113 157lkmweirs j
the Maine to that aide of the
subdivision "
think that in the near future Florida of tot 16. P.yn. -
Pine actdillon. .
One of the articles recovered which .
r will be used by thousands for a sum Sandy water .Let 20, 1 fblook> A.....r.v........-:.......... ... .... 1 80 2 213

r rr Carrie Line of ",' has proven of considerable interest, mer home. well as a winter one. .We , ., A E Drouhl' adcUUoD.. . ,' .,,..,),', t . ", '1''L . .
aa Complete a was a heavy gold watch chain bearinga predict a great future for Florida, 1 t" \ "<....1........ ....j > ....4.,.;... ..d\. lIS ., '
.+ ...".. ..., ...IwW6sal6blockFr, ..I"" ...... 10to./ .. IlI5
j :: charm on one side of which Is the when St. Cloud gets the) two aPd'j. 8S..all.. '," I .1 ..4 ....Lois 7 and 8blockF..tlPfrR'M".vvt4s ......... "'M 2O 7118I' .
DRY GOODSOTIONS. .. emblem of the Odd Fellows and on the ive railroads that have A. Y.Ie..i 11 "v a;.."',,_.. 4, block a ....''''11"11\' ex\', ,1t.4feii;,, '"' ".". i 1 411 del,, a q
'lblock2. \ ;
R. r. t' e) Roblueol1' addIUol" 'f'h i" *" "" '} :p.
r other the of J. R. Bell This
.;- -FURNISHiNG'S- name granted them, we predict St. Cloud J..wl.WIIlIa'l1.. .... .. .. ........ . .Lola. ... ... ... ... .........:........ 110 tag
I Cham was found in the'fiSnfry connected as never before. Fall buildinghas PNFlo'd . LoI.1.2.S .nd..block4 . ..- .. ---.. .. .. 1t20 1656Heur
I } grow . .-. . . . .
.uldlllg Lau 1, 2 and 6, block 15 11-110 .116.
with the captain's cabin and belonged
! several

I: SHOES and CLOTHING I II to i-, p.. Bell',, a cabin' .teward.It being now under begun construction and new the houses coun- . F Let L SM 1 Company. addition.w.Soars .... .. .-.':. 2'72' 17 .

is believed" that the remains of the J 8 allure Lot \11 .. . . 8 eo 196bhoemaker'
I cil expects to have a new jail built to
I f I an. can be found la Inland Florida first man recov fled weN-,tho e of Bell, accommodate" anv wayward ones who I L of JI...'.4IfEtOU..ub-dJvl.loo at "lock. D Land I

and akll, hem I as they were found at the door of thestewards should happen to drift this way, but Bob O.ullIulI Lot H .. .... .. 6 40 6 16
Unknown .. . Blut-kUf. ->> 4iU or.BlockH .i r
room in the midships sectionof we are not sending out any special in-

t AS CHEAP AS ANY ,L the ship.Another vitations. Rogers .. hot 6.,._L. B.e. sddlfon.. .. .. .. .. ., ... .._. .. 2 72 I 17 j jEUII"ola t

; HOUSE IN AMERICA I find, which has excited considerable Our Business Men's League are send Block IJ L. D.. addilloo. .
;v.i Carr Hadley.. ... Loll ....-, .-.. . .. .-.. 150 2.Rob..rt .
t i I humorous comment, was the ing out invitations for a I laundry"or heel addition

recovery of a pair of women's hose in manufacturing plant to establish themselVes Cloa. Dees .F. ;. 0' block U I. ------------.b: 7 464eoMPatnck '

.. . I the ward room. It i is believed that one here, also' all good, law-abiding .. bw. !.ofblock V1. 271 517 ..kfR
H ii... .All eaceD block V S-------- 14
: of the officers had purchaed the hosein citizens who want to have the best kind Mrs It F Jahn5 w 1. of block WJ.ZO. .: :: tg: i Ht ..
Peter Savage . sal of block 5 ,.. .. ... .. 6 10 6 fl6
H. C. STANFORD COMPANY Havana probably the day of the explosion of people as neighbors, and enjoy life MrsCAMInIe.t; :::... Lola 2.ud5. Llocka; 10 113 1126 ,
and hud been exhibiting themto both summer and winter. WAl're.u N 1-J of block :20! . . .... ... 2 72 .1.,
4 II Mr. C A Mlna cat Lol. I. 2,d ..n4, block 'L2 .. . ... .. II 00 II 41. h
Kissimmee Florida I Il his fellow mess-mates at the dinner Trusting these few lines will be ac- Mrs Emma 8.. U.1oe 2. 8 and A .. .. . ... 18 tJII II 46 'W
table that evenirrgT It will be'recol ceptable, 1 close. YANKKE NED. Sirs Id Jlarl.w Beg eudIt.1211-------------------.108 cur!'Mock L. run. w6d feet, 1211 ft. H40 1661'MrsDPGrabam.

lected that shortly after the explosionit "Lot 4block I .1 -...:. :: .-:::: .: 462 197KFH.
... .. All e or H,. blook 0 . . 8110 4116
l was.reported that a Spanish newspaper N F B_' I....I YwofRyblock P... - - .. -. 8110 466 e
.. __ A Systematic Record. 4.
woman had arranged to get : Robert Ban hid addltlon.J .

'0:S, aboard H Rlc-hII'rdaon.' . lot I . . '. ..- .. .- ....-... 2'7'l II.,
the vessel and succeeded in Keeping a systematic record of one'sincome J w Miller 1.,16,1.'I.otolTorD.I'
carrying out her plan to blow up the and expense is necessary for Hoot h Fl. Ry survey .. D

; ship. Son.e people have tried to establish the man or woman who is Anxious to NF{lies. All fracllniKl/ blork 1 1N . .. 872 t 17 . ,.
;tA{ 1ST. F's BASS H lM-.tou, ent ** -.a lot 6. block , .. .. 1 HO 2 26 l .
a connection between this old accumulate something toward future. Unliorue A O'Neal ldltlou.

:f. n. story and the recovery-of the hose, financial independence. 1 W W Young Lot ,li and 7. block U .. 4 I'l 417
Mr. M K; Venue lots, bloi-k BLot .. .. -lo be 11 26
I which, by the are in a splendid The the
{ way easy way, convenient way i W W Young '1\< anil 7, Murk C .. f m 116 ;
\\ I CONTRACTOR. and BUILDER state of preservation. Every piece of and the one practical way for keeping' Hamh L finney lout' J .,..1 ". 'ides-kD I. - ..-.- 640 611II I
I J T .! l 1..1. 'i end l 4, blutk U .. . ..... ,. 260- 406 ,I
cloth which has been found, such as an accurate and systematic record is to Mr. Kii e Yodvr . 1.01 1. blot kit... ... II 00 II 45 '
K 1> 1 1..5.2 and :H. block Ki .. ... 640 II M ?
uompKOti '
linen and in the lockers
wearmg'apparel deposit your earnings in a Home bank Unknown ut5blo.kE . ..... . .. 1so 1:11I:
Does General Contracting and Building and Furnishes Estimates has been in' a fairly good state of II and pay all bills by check. The stubsin II A M.thi-w. addition

on Structures of an size or Dimensions whether preservation-while on the other hand vour check book if properly kept, Joe Brlniclcr bias .block E . 640 II M. ; t4
: I fathanne Braduba !O" '. ...11. Llol'k U .. . 1 e0 226 r
It be a Two-Room Cottage or Tourist Hotel. not a fragment of cloth or a button has will furnish the record you want. /ilia f*"ler.. Paster.B.1st.! ..' lor ot Int I. blork (;.ruo. u "Sit, w A
been found irl the of \,11. h 7 : rt..a"gIt.. r . . . l59 2M 'I" tUuknown
vicinity the re- Just give this plan a fair test and see .
I .. 8'y loll, block <" Ins laud deeded to ZlUaW J. .
Makes a Specialty of boring ARTESIAN WELLS mains. It is possible that the decomposition if you do not have more money at the sewn. . . 160 265 1":
Mr* R RoaeUukuowu . .. ', yet :2! block (, . .
w in which he has met with the greatest success of the bodies is responsible for end of the year. No charge for bookkeeping . ... lx J \bot'ky . ... 17'1 117 i.' -

y of any man in Florida. the total disappearance of the clothing I pass or check books if you J....... 1A"e''Maul>.dlTl.ion In M,the..a* addition ...,

which covered them. An amusing carry your account at the AlluleFSrnltb.. . .. . Lut.I.odlS.blorkA .. ........... .. 272 817 .
v .M.bbo'.ubdh li-lim lu Msthcw.. .",JlUoo. '
him work
your story was sent out that a number offin&er 32-It State Bank of Kissimmee. . . . .
'done.Kissimmee Fla.NNaNNMNNNNNNNNNN. Annie F SnUb---------- l-oh..nclf.'A..-. . ._ -----72 .IT '' .\
:" will be well and quickly rings had been recovered-when, -- --- -- ,,"--, -- W II King .. .. .. 1..1. H and l>, Uoi-k" B ... .... ... ... 271 817 '
I -
.r- of fact W A fatrfc-k'* artrtitlrm \
as a matter they were curtain
Florida Ma'ps." J W Hlniponn' ... lot and .r>i or lot t, block F. .. ... .. ... 2 62 22 P7 f
rings--the zealous correspondent prob- C H F<> utalu, rat -. - - W H lot 2, block Q .. ( . .. v 00 II 4.\
ably under thd* that Upon receipt of'25 cents at the Valley U J re.r. . Lot I Y i k
being impression
\ : 1.a
Gazette office of Florida J W WabMju ---lot I. :. : S so I,
a pocket -- -
i..... : we had giants in the naval service. I will be mailed to 'any map address in the J R Tucker .. .. ... .... .. 1..12. block i\ -.. .. ..... 2r.: 277 .

; t. I WHAT IT MEANS Preparations are now being made to United States., We can also furnish E L Leal",'. .MiLlon. 1J'
: .
lm.rSh.rl's| . .LoI7. ... . . .. .. 6A tat
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i z I cat wreckage which towers above maps of OscvMla' county at 1 o>each and UJCIirionn .. Los -.1 . ... .... ..... . 4. 02 '
: Many people do not know what a Banl<'. Capital .la for. or the difference be- will be glad to estimate oh sectional maps H Johnaton lot 21 '" .. ... .... 47 02 t
: tween.. a bank of llttl or no capital and one with a large" capital the starboard deck midships into sec .of any kind. J If; "brp8 ..... Lot Wb .. ... .. . 55 191 tr." r

A BANK'S CAPITAL AND SUB-PLU8 tions and remove same piece-meal. A Jwl.tlly'.addltlou. : .

i a I. tbe fund that protect depositors from .. therefor the laffeer It-U the derrick has been erected to which each ------------1,ot2.blockS..... ..... ...... ........ .. (!II' 101 i' \\o
greatej protection in*depoiilor have. This bank has aOapltalof Bronze Casting. Unknown... .-.. ....... .. .lot I,, Motk4 : ... .... .. ,;....,..,. ', I'I' 101 .
: -...... ...-..... ..:. .' .... .J'II.OUIJ section te b. put will be fastened before The art,ef bronze-ea tlDaT was introduced Berry FangettY" : .. -r.;v----- hot "; bloclc I ... .:-:-;: .......... ...n.. 4': N .
Bnrphu fund of. .. . . .. 1O.OOO 00 the of catting- will begin.A Into Slam by the Chinese In the Car oo'a addltioa.Rufe. ..
Stockholders' .iwi. .::...: .:.:,: ::::::.:. .: 6O.OOO on process eleventh centrjry. Themes. -- .. .... -. -.... .Lot 6, block A. . -. .. ...-... .. . 6'1' lOr t1
'o blow flame of acetylene gas and oxygen J N Ilmpoon. ? ,.. .. .. . 1..011I11.11. 17, block A1'oplatted - .. : .. ...... .. I- 64 101>> l
A toUl ,. .. ... .... ............. .. ..... 1135.000 00C.nJhTD than 8
producing a heat greater lands. ,$
r.. K4umi2t-toon8'00a00bef0'0ar! depo.Itoru OwM ">- a 2000 degrees will be'.employed in W. S. HARWELL Unknown. :................... .. Beg i dan of aw ..oud awl I 1 p t\ k It'J. rnoa II}i yda. b D;j ,
ting the steel, which, it is said, cut-j' ,... wtivt" yda .. .7''J .150 IllS
7s I STATE BANK OF KISSIMMEE ..... .... ... ... . /
= severed this Sclplo' Leaesoe. bee. .U )<1.01. cur of awWef ,"'U8eetA }gyp{
I by process u REAL.L ESTATE Tp 'z:>. H 21, maa o NJam..AOrebam ,cI.. w,TO yda, a TO ,cta,
t : cheese with a knife This' work wouldhave s'lOyde. . .. ...... . .... .. to" .. 41- ,
KL.I/rless. onto., 1 1 ..0....... .. .....Ne'4ol iwU! 8.ei.",Tp25R25.1........... .... I O 1541 .
ft.t J i = ,(.o have been done at a later! stages r Notary Public at Large w HMlnt. ::. .. . ... .. .Vri at..cor of,swy4.1.w3{ .eIBoTP26a" 't:0: ;- '.W, .
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-; e 'w. B.:HARRIS Editor sad PropT.: Is Called to the Home. God,(has Prepared ,- fads About Our'Fruitand- VegetableProduction Oseeola ,LumberH3 tr(l;
Associate Editor:
; 8. J.TRIPHETT. '' .
r\ -Your '
.-"I'-=' For All Good Ptop'e. .

Fensacolais! great'
Office In Valley Building.KiaaiMMgg.08CEOtAOOUNTT.rLA. It is seldom topr. City: receives such a *' .1 i
Qazette :for.Its.anual,;fair., pmpany-
; : : severe shock .as it did on Tuesday night t'
G( when the news went ,abroad that} Rev. .
SUBSCRIPTION RATE S. J. Vance had over to the Plant sweet potatoes. Then plant +
ape . ..,,:, ,. r.------DIALERS IN--+ --I
*, ,, i oW 00M_..>U _the......... ...... ......,..MJOta other aide of the river of Ijfe. WhileIt PrintingGazette .sorne more. They are selling: for forty ,
known that Mr 'Vance had felt cents a peck in the Tampa market
was Lumber
tl All eomtnunieat\ .... from our author- Rough and Dressed
pad eorre.pond.nta.milK-be.l>nml by t.he writer 'indisposed for the past Yew day, even They.never bring lest than $1 a bushel
;i ad Mttw will not .be rtturnwlKntevMl .aniawA his .
A to the extent of having to deliver '
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li --. sermon on Sunday seated In a chair A man from Eagle: pass Tex., Is to DOORS .
ia.Imtni.. .Fta..s.e.oedslwmail J WINDOWS
at the FoitofflM. .. ;
h _. still he was on the streets .. late as 9 plant 1000 acres to Irish potatoes near ?

o'clock Tuesday morning and held Tampa. They are-shipping about $2, SHINGLES LATH, BRICK, UME. 1
..... Friday, August 4, 1911 friendly converse with several of our < 000,000 worth of the tubers Into, Texas H
people. Shortly before 10 o-'clock'he If it is worth doing : from Ireland paying $1.75 per bush -- I

returned to his home and laid down at aU-.... it's for them. NOVELTY WORKS -vJJ

. remarking to his daughter that he felt \,*I

Our MAGAZINE EDITION i. very bad.when she at once summoneda '--- worth doing J. W. White has resigned position GENERAL BUILDING MATERIAL

r' note ready distribution physician, but all trjat medical skill well. as industrial agent for tne Seaboardand f I IJ1.

!, and had at thit office at could da.could not save him, and at 8 Florida has lost a good friend In
a can om o'clock that night surrounded by lov- o the change. Mr. White has done J1. Free Delivery All Parts of City J1. J1. )',1 j
Trim mitor-
23 e ntt per copy.
he passed
ing friends peacefully / much in developing South Florida especially -

(rb' moat .te"...... incident to getting eternal resL His remains were shipped Fifst-cl; ss work the."Land of the." Manatee ,

+ ; i to Carthage, Mo.t on yesterday, accompanied '-
aU tines is -- '- 1,
., Dory for a* to eharga our regular by his daughter, Miss Tina Hillsborough County will have a corn '

tuorcribtrt the regular rate, much who only reached this cjty last Friday. our motto. club in operation next lIe8ll0n./'It is '
1 The funeral ceremony was held at 11
the of the 'Experimental' Station 1+
.' "> at vjt regret to do to. o'clock yesterday inthe Christian, .,0 at Gainesville to interest Vvery BESTYour '-1
had served, PAY LESS FOR
the church he so faithtully county in Florida in raising corn.\ We
,(' r and was participated in by all our local Let us figure should be shipping corn out of the state \ u

,,1 L \.I',' THE GAZETTE I protestant Stephens of ministers the Baptist Bunyan preacn- with you on we instead will of be it doing in,:.'aitd it. within five 'year 'Day's Good.Work Depends .

ing the sermon. your next ,job.r '
.t Upon Your Night's Good Rest
; Has Done Great Work for Kissim Mr. Vance was about sixty-two years Judging from the manner in which ..." ..
old the time of his death and moved "
at I
mee and Osceola: Count)'. here from Carthage, Mo., about eight r oring the Florida to hold Citrus up prices Exchange, it shonld is endeav-re .. It is therefore essential l that you ;\j

St. Cloud Fla:, Aug. 2, 1911. months ago and at once assumed the cieve the support of the growers allover !

,;S d Editors Kissimmee Gazette. pastorate of the Christian church, Job Dep't the state. It is an organization have a comfortable, elastic, sanitary felt 1

Dear Sirs: 1 am sorry to annoy you which at that time was not in a flour- that is a friend to the fruit grower.- mattress.

y with a postscript to my j letter of yes ing condition, but under his guidancethe Manatee Record. "
terday (which appears in-another part membership has doubled and its I - ---- -- n1NCP The Princess F.
$ of this paper), bUt after. thinking: it usefulness has extended to ..yprY'luar-1 KISSIMMEE PARKItems .QQ
I. C. Brooks, of near Lakeland hall .
over I feel like 1 had left out some im- ter of the city. While Mr. Vance had Mattress is '
sold the .fruit from five acres of Grape- <, guar-
t In not been UK only a few months, yet J
'dportent Items, mainly giving my among
' f-\-,\ '-.f opinion of the Gazette and KMsimniee, he had endeared himself to all our people of Interest From Our Busy fruit trees for 5,000< cash The buyerwas G anteed to be made of y
S. M. Yet
Stephens. they
+ 1& as I consider the Gazette the most enterprising for in him they saw a good rniyi', a Neighbor Across the Lake. say
s there is in raising fruit. Mr. sanitized
no :
i.'r and breezy paper in the Christian man, an honest man. He Preparing of land is still! going on. Brooks came money from Alabama three carefully ;
I 4< state, and the editors deserve great leaves a wife anti! six children to mourn Airr: F. A. Kritz is fencing several years ago paying $6,000( for a nine material woven intofAF"rDEsslayers
credit for the effort they have put his departure. ELT
lots on the beach and will soon plantten The firs
acre improved place.
1 forth for the advancement Kissimmee acres of his prairie land in potatoes.Mr. year he sold $4,700 grove worth of fruit trim of resilient, -ottI

__ _and Osceola county; also, that I Ik . Card.of Thanks. E. E. Fairbanks is putting in ten the ?
thegreatest respect for the place. felt that will *
have enterprising acres of sweet potatoes.Mr. ;.a
citizens of Kissimmee, and! We desire to express our most pro- Ed. Belden, of Nome, Alaska,
"" 1 their found thanks and appreciation to the KISSIMMEE GROWERS not lump pack down become hard. ,
as I read something; like this as who bought: property here last spring, or, :,
good people of Kissimmee for their '
r motto from their actions: "Keep pushing has had it cleared and fenced, when
It the ol and the equal of(
; 'tis wiser than sitting aside and love and assistance during the illness superior many any ;
will build
he Winter
I comes he perhaps Can Ship Their Fruit Through
t sighing and 'watching and waiting\ the and death of our father.Respectfully. Mr. W. A. McCool was over to the mattress for which you are required to pay $15 or i4 i4less. .'

tide; in life's earnest battle they only L. A., VANCE Park Monday ? Park Association. The Price of( The Princess is only $10. t
If prevail who daily march. onward and .St. In order to the of Kis
NINA VANCE. Mrs. Riggen was ie Cloud Satur- give growers } We have been engaged in the manufacture of
', r never say fail. simmee and vicinity who are believer
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i-: I also forgot to say we have a $4,000 day.Mr.. C. McCallister was over here in co-operation, an opportunity to handle mattresses for more than 22 years. We put all of( our '..

school house nice brick postoffice and their fruit through the Exchange,
londay. 01! facilities and workmanship
''* two furniture stores in connection with I W. C. T. U.Dr. I Mr. Geo. Jones, of Kissimmee Park, arrangements-have been made with the years experience, expert 'r-'
i The Princess. It 50 and .
undertaker into weighs pounds
hardware and
the stores, an is running a dairy farm in St. Cloud. Winter Park Association to handle such! maybe ,

t' tit I as wefl as lawyers and preachers Wm. Ilickson will leave for South fruit through their house. This is the had in plain stripe, fancy or art ticking. Sold on ,

so that we are in shape to care for A. Gilmore Thompson, of Belle- Carolina soon. famous house built by W. C. Temple, 60 li dealer can't supplyyou ..
r' the living and the dead, and have a a your
1 vue and Presbyterian hospitals in New Mr. Warren Barber will take a tour and said to be the best equipped pack
< nice plot of ground fenced for a cemetery write and will for to be sent 1'
ir York City gives some plain facts as to to Miami soon. ing house in the state, and whose us we arrange one.

y- but of course we are not anxiousto the effects of moderate drinking. He Mr. and Mrs.-C. E. Dement of Chi- brands brought the highest prices of to your door express prepaid.SANITA ;
Ise it, and so far have not to amount in Kissimmee Park. of the Orange county houses last
& says two-thirds of the wards of Belle : cago, are living any .
to anything. If want a m.t..... de luxe. ..k your dralrr forTh ,
It will total of 3 cents
J. E. Mattocks season. a
Mr. to cosjt
vue hospital are filled with patients brought over Gholllln Siniury Felt the acme of .".,.,II"n"8" .
Now Mr Editor, if you will pardon suffering from the insidious effects .of Park Saturday and Monday several per box to ship fruit to Winter Park la mattrra making. Price S17.50.! N o better any price.
-.y, mf'for this neglect in my letter of yes alcohol, and in denouncing! moderate buyers. : and 45 put it through the house, '
terday and insert this, I wiffbe"ever'so Samples ol ticking cheerfully sent on ,
tlfInking:, as) one'of the curses ot Refreshing showers Tuesday made and thus. get the benefit of the problem .. request iGROLSTIN

4 much' obliged; Truly yours l. the land;at6terr,-*-'Dp2jsy, hardening the gardens grow. already solved by .the growers in the
;. ? . N. R. WHITE. CORRESPONDENT.CAMPBELL We furnish ..:.
-of the; Jjver, coma partial""')pffratysfs - Florida Citrus, Exchange: CUNNINGHAM
etc:? fill our hospitals with patients field boxes and will pick your fruit if

: WHAT A. WOMAN DID who have been moderate drinkers. desired, or growers can do their own SPRING BED CO. i

I These men do not take enough alcohol picking and hauling, provided fruit is -

t to befuddle the brain but it produces .Interesting Items from Kissimmee's picked and delivered to the cars in per Manufacturers ATLANTA, GA.

And What Any Woman tan Do Ont fatal structural changes in the body. fectly sound condjtion. ... -

Florida Soil. If you will look in the laboratory you Hustling Suburb.Miss For further particulars, "address the .
LizziefKutz': of Columbus 0. -- -- -
will find that to harden pathological undersigned
:' i Several. ears ago a Vermont school specimens of tissues of the body' the I is visiting her relatives, Mr. and Mrs. ORANGE: Co. CITRUS SUB-EXCHANGE,
/ teacher married a Florida planter. *
professor places them in alcohol. The Gardener. L. D. Jones, Manager.
J I During his absence one winter she decided man who habitually bathes his own tiseues There is not a vacant house in Campbell i .WINTER PARK. CITRUS GROWERS ASS'N. ,

to keep the farm going. She harnessed at present. I 32-tf II. Bourne, Manager.
in alcohol is more slowly but none
r the mule to a light plow and Ideal Fertilizers j
i the less surely, producing cirrhosis of We are sadly in need of a store at --;- - ---- -f

started in to grow two acres of beans. the tissues of his arteries, liver and Campbell, and hope to see one established Anent the New Jail. .
i She harrowed, fertilized, and plantej, soon.
other organs. To the Honorable Board of County
: .J always following the best suggestions -- - -- The little boom that has been forming BestTo
? of agricultural reports and neighboring\ for some time past will soon materialize -
;, Words of Respect and Love. I am one of Osceola county's citizens.I .
farmers and
t adapting them to her own and then can "watch
i r Kissimmee' noticed in the Gazette;!: where, E. L. D.' gain a place on our regular list a formula must riot only pro- :,
conditions. The light sandy character To the Valley GazetteEd- Campbell grow. favor of duce results, but results with a PROFIT. The user of fertilizer .
J; of the soil, which prohibits deep work itor: Mrs. Margaret Sylvester, of Lough- Overstreet was not in buying considers the effect on his pocketbook--the REAL, result. .;

ing did away with the necessity for My Dear Sir-I noticed in your i issue_ jrvan, has moved back to Campbell.Mr. land for the new sheriff's residence. I IDEAL FERTILIZER produces the right effect, for it works A i

heavy farm implements, and the use of of July 21st the account of the deceaseof George Davis, of Kissimmee give him great credit for that mm.'e. I with Nature. The preference of each class of vegetation for its
credit for to source of plant food is carefully studied as well as the 5
any man wanting proper proportions
,.-..fcr wit 3SV d: many hours of toil. By Mr. Henry Dieffenbach, of Eustis,' moved to Campbell last week. give to give perfect balance-no lack, no waste.
the economical basis.
: making an apron-sack she was able to formerly of your city: It is a good We had a nice shower of rain last county-on With proper application of proper food, vegetation: outgrows 3
- drop beans with both hands, doing two notice of him but not enough nor strong Tuesday and every thing is locking: The County Commissioners have been diseases and insects to a great extent, and being strong and vigorous,
rows where her husband had done one. enough.I fresh. paying $12.50 a month for jail guard produces fruit that is pleasing): to the eye and palate, and brings a
fees. Figure fourteen years at $12.50a financial returns pleasing to the grower.Do ;
_ i e d. When picking time came she hitched I knew Mil. Dieffenbach probably Miss Jeanette Bronson left for Kis- month. See what that would countOn not lose the maximum profit due you by using poorly balanced )
? I the inule to a fish-net tray and dragged better than any other man did in your simmee Wednesday to spend a few plant food from improper sources. IDEAL stands, for PROFIT. 1-
residence and
sheriff's jail. .
y the loads in that in oroer'to avoid lift- city, and so I want to add to that pleas months with her grandma, Mrs. Agieronson. building Call on our local agent I.

Ing. Crates were a difficulty, but she ant notice of him the following facts: 1 will say to the Commissioners that to CO.t;i
: opinion to build that building; according .
learned to make them at the rate of I He was as a husband and father most Mr. E. E, Brown spent the day Monday my ..
i "to perdiction it will cost $50,000. or.address ,\
ten arTTiour.i For packing: the fruit kind and Indulgent. As a citizen he with his mother and father, E. I.

; was selected and sized with the greatest was honest, upright and public spirited. Brown. I don't think that the Commissioners {
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Wilson & TaolnerFertilizer
are under any great dread of the thun Co. : :
} ( carp well wrapped, and shipped as He was a true constant friend whomone J '
1 Got What Was Coming.A derstorm that is threatened by Governor acFlorida'f.<
+ "fancy. When the returns came in was safe in trusting. As a member ,.
;lY she found her beans bringing from 25 of the church though slow and. good, sensible fellow, discussing Gilchrist, but I rather think' that -

t to 50 cents per crate more than her modest in the expression of his viewson the best story in the J Bible-:.says -in-a- there will be qurte a jar of campaign/ f.a

F'; 1, husband or neighbors had ever received religion, but When it came-to actingand } contemporkry::-- ;'ii-may surprise you, thunder in Osceola county next Mv. ---- ---- -- -I.
L'. and the buyer. complimented heron doing he was always found on the but its about Noah *nd the flood. We and it will knock some citizens out of I

d the perfection of her pack. At the end right. side of every right question that say this even in the face of educated the political path forever. I"t t

u Of fouryxars this woman i is cultivatingsix : concerned Christ and the Church. And folks, who turn up their noses and declare Yours very truly, -
acres entirely without assistance in all public matters and public church this story a fake. You know, GLENNREAGINADVERTISERS

except in picking tyne. There have meetings lie' was ever a wrlling and Noah had to-work a long long time on (JSew Real Estate Firm. ,:

V been.eetbacka; worms and diseases have cheerful contributor.! In a word he was that ark. It was uphill business, too,

attacked her plants at times, but evep a good true man, faithful and solid in at best, to go on#oilthg.and sweating The Elite Realty Parlor Rooms is .A

f io. in the poorest seasons she netted over Christ. day after day, iivthe' hot sun building a now being opened by Mrs. Mary M. ..

:. over one hundreddollars a month.- I frankly state these facts in- regardto boat away out on dry land, while the Summers over the store of Mr. M. We prepare and place copy 'I

I Colliers Weekly. dear brother Dieffenbach and take local anvil-and-hamrrter club sat around' Katz, who solicits a share of the We compile and print booklets'We j t'
sell CALENDARS Bulletins
.. pleasure in doing so because T knew spitting tobacco juice upon'his lumber, patronage ,..of those having farms, Boards and Advertising Novelties in Leather, .;.;'
ys# .- him andi also) because due to be knownin whittling up his pine boards with their homes, vacant lots and acreage to sell. Celluloid and Alluminum. "
; : regard to' the 'character" of 'an old Jack-knives\ and telling him what a TO"'tho wishing-to buy: Come in-sit ;-' \

'C? In other portions of the state former resident of dear Kissimme. fool he wa to be expecting a big rain down and tell her wbat .you want. If 4h

1"$ ( They call the girls peaches; With kindest regard to yourself. and in a country' that wa too hot to grow she does not have it on her list,she will WE ARE PUBLICITY EXPERTS.

Visions of beauty incarnate all of our friends! of your growing'and Ifalta. But he kept at'it i Finallythe find it for you. She now has for sale -

+ -That an angel hardly reaches; prosperous city I am sincerely yours. flood came and every mother's 80nof three beautiful new frame cottages of LONG DISTANCE: PHONE 296 *

,r 'Old Jacksonville: she makes noise Rev. D. A. Dodge. F the croakers was drowned. This 1wthe four rooms, pantry and t closets, fine I Ine
Winny Instance know of in either shacle'aad some fruit trees. FLORIDA :
>.AbOut orange-feduWinsome ; San Francisco, Cat, July 27, 191K only we porches
.:!1.Y Y: ,;;Bdt you have to take your hats off.boys sacred or' profane history, where 'a Cash or terms., Aiid-for reniall or BANK OF TAMPA BUILDING

D '," To the girls of Kinlmmee.p ."- Old newspapers for sale at bunch: Of knockers' got what was due\ part of a six-rppm cottage, 'eleganjjy
,.,,,', ': ,p i i' -MACK.. 20 cents a hundred them." '. furnished 82-11 '
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jpe' Klsslmmee:; .Valley jiaa moved to Orlando and U located Miss from'' Kls- Is t
at Gladys, have returned expected soon to De the charming
TULEPHONR!"' NO. IK history a fawn was born her this.. week*,
204 South treet-Orlando Reporter-;- simtnee, where they spent the past guest of Mist Bess Buchanan, at her the event taking place in the' yard of

Star, 1 week with relatives., ..Orlando Reporter palatial new home on MorrlsoVi avenue, aeeidence:
'J'UBLlSipD EVERY FRIDAY ,, COMING the of Mr. L.. M. Marsh, its l
-BY-- Miss Corrie Miller 'leaves today for Stat i Hiss Bryan,waa a college! mate of Miss -, parents being pete of, the famil$. Tb..

w w.Weather. . MARIl1. .. Bradentown, where 'she will' visit relatives ),fro 'Lebby ''Cllno'is borne from KisImme Buchanan at TaUahasteeTamp; i 'a Special Representative :young deer U attracting .much attention

and friends for the hextfewweeka. *,;where he' has.. been visiting;, Tribune Sunday,** from ,,and crowds ,,1.1I I It. daily., t
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wMwaaAaiwarwsw, y .'/ Jr. Ray Myers returned with him' and Riley Johns, who waa convicted .in STRAUSS S'BROS. .Miss' M. R. Miller, the; Popul..m.n. ,

'Report Special business! meeting of, the Ep.: will apend several: -days.-Bartow CourerInformant. this county!: .last'. fall'of stealing cattle after et the :Western Union '..telegraphoffice

worth League next Wednesday evening. ,. and sent; to. a convict camp near' Dei 'onTUESDAY- at this place haa ,obtained a

All member are earnestly requested 'Mr.,T McPhatter returned Saturday Land, dled''there' typhoid fever on AND rponth'.leave of absence,' and will go

Following the daily Uraperaturet to attend. : night from North'' Carolina, where hewent.ainolth.eo Monday and his remains passed through to her,home"at Bryan,, Ohio to spend f

and precipitation Miss Florrie Bryan, of Dania; arrived : tof accompany,Mrs.McPha'Uer this city Tuesday en route .to Wf littier WEDNESDAY her vacation. Daring -MI.. Wile;/.
who remains in the Tar his former home. absence Mr. Denning will bave chargeof -
r Government
repoH'Mby the In the city yesterday on a visit to her I AUGUST '8TH ANDt9TH .
die Heel state until fall. the office.
station at Kissimniee for sisters,*Mrs C. A.:Carson and"Mrs.: As'' The Laymen's-meeting- be held who will'be at the '

week ending Aug. 8, 1911.MAX ,. A. Simpson. Mr Roma Thomas: 'and family left at the Methodist church next Sunday Mf. and: Mrs. A... R. Aiken arid son, q;
YIN CAIN Dr. T. M. Rivers one of KiasirnmeVa'most Wednesday for Day\ tone, where they afternoon. Judge Parker will lead the CASH STORE of Alton, Kan., reached Klaalmmee on
will spend a few days, and then go to service and his Friday last for the purpose of locating'
Friday , . . . 89' 7O , successful physicians. is in our subject Will be the trial] X
for short visit take permanently providing they Could
southern Georgia a and crucifixion of Jesus to- measures
. city for a few hours today.OrlandoReporterStar. Christ A
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Saturday. relatives and friends. ,' large is : forCLOTHING 'a suitable ]location., This city and section -
., . 68 71 .37 t attendance requested. A
have located ]large'number of
-i Nelson S'j. a
. 90 70 . Mr. and Mrs. Jas. T. Miller and two president. .
Monday Mr. A. E. Drought, one of St. Cloud'aprominent I people from Kansas, who have proven' +

Tuesday. . .. 98 Tl 222 and insurance children shopping, of Haines in this City city., spent' Mr.yesterday Millers Mrs. H. J. Rojero and baby, who have in the to be some of our moat desirable residents I"

Wednesday . 91 71 .82 agents, was tr l'sactlnbusineu) / in i the been visiting Mrs. Rojero'. parents BEST AND LATEST STYLES and it la hoped Mr. and Mrs. AI- d
one of the leading turpentine operators
Thursday ,. 90 73 .18 city Tuesday of this section. Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Lupfer for the past j ken will\ cut their lot among us. .

Mrs. J, R. Gilbert,daughter and sore fIve weeks, returned to their home atSt. Bon, C. S.Acre..,- representative In ,
-- ----- -- -- after The new machinery arrived for Augustine yesterday, accompanied I .
-- - Teturned to the city on Tuesday the legislature from this county who
"" 'W 'V HNM11M1AMN' NN five weeks spent with relatives and the electric light plant, and u soon as' Dy: MlssKojero, who has also been Mr. owns a magnificent farm about nine ,;
it la installed our people can be furnished and Mrs. Lupfer's: guest. Mr. J. C. Snyder of Arkansas arrivedIn
friends in Georgia. miles south of this city was here Wed

I THE LOCAL FIELD.u.nwnw. i The City Council will meet 4n ad- ery with'suffident machine in the DOwer city.' to operate ev- Capt Clay Johnson in command of Klsiimmee looking over Saturday this section for the with purposeof a viewto nesday displaying'of his fellow a large lawmakers site groupphotograph

jourped session on Tuesday night, whenit the steamer Osceola sailed for Bu- .
Mr. L. H. Inirram returned Sunday locating this fall. After making a the last House of Representatives. :T'e
is the streetpaving singer and landings
L i iI ques- way on Tuesday
from North Carolina where he thorough investigation of conditions '
night group was made up of rather good 1 lookIng -
with full of
tion setted.
+..ta wH a cargo freight. Capt.
went a few weeks ago to accompanyMrs. : who prevailing here, he expressed himself men, but our Steve was head and
Clay Johnson, Jr
Born to Mr.* and Mrs. Joel Yates on Mr. F. Jenkins, surveyor in chargeof Ingram who will remain in that the usually commands : as more than pleased, and said that he. shoulders above' them all in real hand
I I Monday July :3 let, a son. subdividing the Elmer Bass property state the balance'! the summer. Osceola at present on a would certainly be numbered among someness.
visit to relatives in California.Little .
at Whittier into town lots, spent Wed- odr Inhabitants before thjc: closed.
-- Dr. T. M. Rivers made a business Miss Lillian Porter a vivacious young year Z."W. Bus has the contract to builda

I trip'to Orlando on Tuesday. nesday in the city. lady of' Kissimmee, is visiting her Miss Katherine Tiller ;the at- The Kissimmee Gazette tells of a call, four-room servant's cottage for Mr. '

i Blue Ribbon ice cream best In town. Mr. Robert L onegsn, owner of an extensive brothers Hon. C. L. and' Mr. Vernon tractive little daughter of Mr. and made for a mass meeting to be held InTHSt : R. W. Meiklejon on Paradise Island.

31-tf Kissimme Drug Co. herd of cattle in the southern Porter and sister, Mrs. C. Simmonds Mrs. M. Tiller celebrated her birthdaylast city early in August for the pur- Mr. Meiklejon'a handsome new r/ssi-

part of the (county is spending this in this city.-Punta Gorda Herald. Friday afternoon her home in pose ot organizing a county fair association dente which la being built by Ludlam ,

Mr. L. M. Marsh spent yesterday in week in the citv. South Kissimmee: All sorts of games Oaceola county has much that & McDonough is going up rapidly n. slot

Orlando transacting business. M r:.G. A. Gilbert and family returned For Sale-One extra good young milk were enjoyed on the green lawn. The can be exhibited with'pride and satisfaction has been cleared and is now being

Mr. H. EdmundSwabey paid a business 'home' hist Saturday from Dade:! City cow. Some galvanized shingles almost little ones were invited to the dining and the fair which will almost gotten in shape for planting fruits and

visit to St. Cloud yesterday. where they Have been visiting Mrs.Gilbert's good alp new, and some nice round cypress room where, on the-table was a beauti- certainly be held, will doubtless attract flowers. When all is finished Mr..and

fence posts. S. W. Downing ful birthday cake. Refreshments were many people to see the splendid pro- Mrs. Meiklejon will ideal Flor

Henry McLaughlin was here Sundayfrom' parents. Kis mmet'. Fla. 30-tf served by Misses Virginia Tiller and ducts of the Kissimmee valley.-.Times ida home with every comfort and convenience :I

simlJlee.-Ft.. Myers Press. The County Commissioners will hold Miss Mattle Bandy left Monday for a Phyllis Jarrcll.; Union. a

Judge G. F. Parker paid 'a businessvisit l their regular monthly meeting on Mon- short visit with relatives in Alabama .
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to Jacksonville this week. day when much important business after which she will go to Baltimoreand 'I
will be transacted
Mr. Morgan Groover of Lakeland New York for the purpose of purchasing .

was in the city yesterday. Col.: P. A. Vans Agnew made a bus- her fall stock of millinery.Pat LUMBER LATHS MOULDINGS 8HINQLB8 '

iness trip to Jacksonville this week I
Ciushed Rose Perfume, the finest leaving for that city Tuesday night and! Johnston, one of our young attor-

on this m tket. issimmee Drug Co. 31 tf returning( yesterday.Mrs. neys, has secured rooms over the Osce-

ola pharmacy and hung out his shingle.
R: J. Cunningham, dentist, office in Bullock and children lefton f /
S. II. Those who know,pat .rredid for_him_a '5L
Fraternity Hall building. 31-tf this morning's train for Coronado bright future in his chosen profession.: r ...
Beach to spend' a month enjoying thepleasures I
W. G. Brown of Loughman was
Mr. The children of Mayor and Mrs. H.
of the seashore.
transacting, : business in the city .yester- ... I C. Stanford returned from Green (Formerly; McNair & Son)

day. Mr. R. W. Meiklejon is now in'Can Springs on Tuesday, where with their Dyal-Upchurch'Buildingr Jacksonville,Florida

Mrs. S. W. Pilley made a business ada where he expects to Interest some mother they have spent the past month. I Shipments made to any part or the stale. Our stock is made from the best timber In Florida, is well\ manufactured ; y

trip to Tampa the forepart of this of his wealthy friends in building win- Mrs. Stanford is expected home tomorrow and carefully graded and our facilities for filling orders for carload_lots are exceptionally good.a
ter homes on Paradise Island. (
week. .
On Sunday afternoon at the home of
G. F. Kribbs was transacting I of the efficient
Judge Mr. G. W.' Best, one
-.J G. F. Par-
the bride in, Judge
business in Tampa a couple of lays employes of our poatofTice has received ,
ker united in marriage Miss
. this wel.'k Daniel McLeod. the sad news of the death of his stepmother -
Tiner and Mr. .
" Mis Bessie Whidden, of Kissimmee Mrs. G. W. Best which oc- ;
is visiting Miss Carrie Tybon.-Tavares Mr. G. P. Garrett. manager of the curred at Selwyn Bay Wales on July

Osceola Abstract Co., is expected to 11 tho rT-T-- j

Herald.Mr. return today from his month's leave, .
r Eugene Bryan of Jacksonville is which he spent at Boston Mass. A large and appreciative audience

here visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. attended the musical entertainment
l Mr. W. A. Smith assistant cashier given at the Chapter house on Friday .,
N. Bryan
of the Citizens Bank, returned Saturday evening&, the 'purpose\ which was to .
lIon. Arthur E; 'Donegan l left Monday after a'' month spent with fund .
night ,swell the piano being raised by fiO-UR< FRIENDS
1 night for a short business trip to, relative and friends in Georgia. the ladies " ..
, 'Jacksonville.A .. , .
r MK;, Frank Lagette, of Orlando who Mess;" T. K. Miller and J. J. Bro- / .-
d want ad in the Valley 'Gazette always has been the' gue L MesSl's. A. D. ply officers of the Citrus Southern

i brings results and all it costs is and W. C. Gilbert for-othe past few Railway, were in the city Wednesdayon

y';; five cents a lane days, returned home on Tuesday. business connected with the right- who, when looking for land; zM

Mr. Dozier Leitner spent lastweek in Mrs. E. Tufts of Loughman; was in of-way for their road from this city to

g t Jacksonville, where wascalled' by the the city yesterday on her wIlY to her St. Cloud. / thought they would be betters

illness of his sister. \ old home at Lansing. Mich., to pl.'J1d Prof. R M. Evans who is conduct- .

Mr. L. M.: Whidden has 'been'spend- two or three months with her son. ing a private instruction school durjng

j ing the weejt down on the range, looking The Slhool Board will hold its regu- I the vacation, states that he has all the ited elsewhere:

/ after his cattle interests.' r lar monthly meeting on Monday when scholars he can conveniently handle, a'
M matters affecting the best manner' of and that they are makirig- exceedingly 4F, '
Mr. J. W. Stanford one of Jackson- '.'
teaching our youth will be discussed rapid progress.It f"
ort, ville's popular traveling men, was n
t city Monday: soliciting business. Mrs. M. A. Hale, who has been here is expected the County Commis- the owners of '. yy

Ii' on a visit to her mother Mrs. M. C. sioners will settle the vexed question of '
And another meeting of the Council .t
Bandy for the past month returned to where the new jail will\ be built at
done toward en- 11'i
J has passed and nothing her home in Alabama on Wednesday their meeting on Monday, when a large I"
forcing the sidewalk ordinance.The I delegation of Kissimmee citnens will\ "
If we want to hold a fair January e
rain here von Tuesday afternoon prbbably be present.
we must begin now, therefore be at the I
' the heaviest of the year, and did atreat KISSIMMEE PARK
was court house Monday afternoon at 3.. State Senator I. N. Withers, of Lake ,
of to growing crops.
deal good
r, s o'clock and help start the ball rolling. i county who is in charge of the reclamation -

: DoitTyou know this is the fever season. of swamp lands for the state cta
From the looks of the city pound, i it. :
FJetcher's: Tonic is guaranteed to pre- was in the city a few days this week "
is i evident that Marshal Snyder intendsto
ventorcure. Kfssimmee Drug Co. 22-13t and spent Sunday with his boyhood '- i
keep the cows off the strl.'etlit i
friend, Mr. J. W. Miller. .fJ
:, ( leaf me at Kissimmee Drug Co. and contained seventeen head on yesterday i

and we will get a drink of the best 'Mrs. Geo. A. Sharp and children and .
1 soda water made. 31tf The managers of our baseball team Miss Blackmore' left Wednesday for: send Greetings and ask '>-
have deemed it wise to disband the
Coronado Beach, where they have engaged -
v'' ,,Mrs. A. S. Nelson and i Grace left Thursday of last week for a the expenses were far above the income. I
i August. Mr. Sharp will go over and Pardon for saying :
month's at Henderson ville, N. C -
h ;" stay I Every man who has the beat interests spend, the week ends with them. ,

Mr.. Sam Lupfer Jr., returned home!, i of his county at heart should be presentat It
Two of Mr. and Mrs. Huzza arrived 'I'
, ,.,.tI'- st.week from Pennsylvania where he the meeting to be held in the court sons ,
bad been on a visit to his grandparents. I house on Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock.' in the city Tuesday from Pennsylvania -
for the purpose of supervisingthe "I Told You So" ;
" Lost-A shield shaped college pin The ladies, of the U. D. C. Will-meet construction qf the residence being

with a large "N" engraved upon it. at the Chapter House on Wednesday afternoon built by their parents in Prospect Park. .. .

Finder please return to Gazette office. August 9th, at 3.30 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Buzzawill follow later. A..f( ,

All members are urgently requested to
1"" Most of our dry oods'merchant are '
S attend. Mr. A. S. Wilcox who with his family -
busy taking stock, preparatory to their -
; came here two.weeks ago from Elgin -" a
Annual visit tothe New York market. Miss Luclle Downing entertained a /
Kan., has purchased a tract of landIn sr
of her little friend
number at
a party
, of colonization -
Mr. S. R. Fields, president a Kissimmee Park and has already
Wednesday afternoon the occasion
company whose headquarters begun getting the ground in condition,
the ninth of
Mon- being birthday young '
are at Loughman was in the city hostess.Dr. for planting fall crop of vegetables.

t Jay.V
r \ J.W. Simpson after spending the Mr. G. B. Woodall, foreman of the t'

t j Found-A pair 'of gold rimmed spec- past six weeks at a sanitarium in Jacksonville New Eden Plantation was in-the(city Kissimmee Valley Land- Company. .
' tacles. Owner can have same by calling
where he underwent a very serious Tuesday and said that his crop of Cane, ,
i t' at this office and paying for this notice.
though successful surgical operation chu.fa, peanuts artichokes beans and "' ,

t r i1"l 32-2t returned: to the city on Mondaycompletely pas were.1n..plendld..a"aJW',and that '.-4-- '
-*" ... Waters: &" Carson Grocery Co. restored to his usual he also anticipated a mammoth hay J. E. MATTpCKS, VlCe-Pesldent,&: Manager '

a'\ .j and get some new extracted palmettoand he LIth. yield. I

: mangrove honey. By the quart or Don't let any pressure of business or Mr. C, W. Griffin and family returned .

i.. gallon. 30-4t previous engagement prevent you from to"the city Wednesday night from a KISSIMMEE FLORIDA r

,' Miss Overstreet, a charming Kissim- attending the meeting at the court m nth.* stay at Coronado Beach. Mr. ,

mee girt is in the city, the attractive house next Monday afternoon at 3 Griffin stated that hie family had a
i '.guest 'of her friend, Mrs. Clarenc. o'clock" Mayor- Stanford wilt tell you most enjoyable"stay at that famous resort l . 't

Perryat/ the latter'a apartment at exactly-how we can have a biff fair InJanu'ary. ; but were' ajl I glad to be at home

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I Osceola-Titlfc FEEDING 1_ ./0. Notice.

;:: L '* DAIRY Notice isl1erebi given-that the Board -_ _
of County.Commissioners vviU- receive -t'I.I.' rANiD
' COWS ON .PASTURE bids for the sale of the piimp, boiler .
< *.- : 'I' Guarantee Company engine and complete water works plant
used at the c urt house, at their regular '
, \ meting August 7th, 1911. The Board .SASH
r , reserves the right to reject any and all DOORS .
0. P.
OARRETT- Manager._ : where seems to be a tendency with bldsARTHUR & DONEGAN.-
,; !. most dairymen to think hat. pasture 30-3t Clerk.We J
t Real estate grass Is a universal all sufficient' feed. ,-- .
xh Titles examined and reported on As soon as the cows are turned from .
a Tuxes paid for non-residents the barb to the' pasture the necessity t tt , .
! Instruments: relating t to real" estate for feeding grain -or roughage cesses. -- ,

t carefully drawnCorrespondence At least that Is Abe way too many people .. .
\ .
; Solicited: look upon tbe matter says Kim- -
ball's Dairy Farmer. In ho winter ", tIn .. '" .
.! "' silage, the beat substitute for grass. Is order) to make room for n ,1
never fed. exclusively If the best returns -
W. C. BASS are tp be had. While silage la largo shipment of new .t,

\ not cirfctly (grass, It 1 Is as near It as,, "
I :. I Wholesale and Retail anything the human mlud can conjure, \

Dealer !ir. but every succesHful dairyman lit wise I SASH AND DOORS ',
enough; to know that silage afoue will J ._
not do. It contains succulence, and

+ Fresh Beef, Pork and It contains mime grain, but if the cow I ...... vo offer all our present stock ... ,;
were to eat enough to providetbe actual STAND PAT .
dry matter necessary for the best of tills! line of goods ; :
Mutton We're "stand patters" quality..
;; work RUC would tax: her digestive capacity -
-.we keep quality and .
our cigar
: to the extreme.
; PHONE 4*. While tlilwcumuarlson. Is a little overdrawn condition "pat" at.iie]. highest' AT A GREAT REDUCTIONlor f:

It Is HUfflcleiit to show that the possible condition of excellence.So .
I ,. I beNt result will be secured if tbe pus- HERE you can ob'ain! the I C
I cigar you like in its very prirnest the next :JJO days."" '

"' condition and at no higher prices
: enneb D. Butler1 ] ,,1 Than elsewhere

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.r' y I Kissimmee, Fla Artesian Wells
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1 I DRILLED - 1l'
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J I ANV SIZE -- .., }!
t t' J. W. THOMPSON The Ouern> breed\ of dairy rattle I'
years experience.
r-markabl KrmvJh
has made a
? } In public favhr This last > haS First-Clans Work Guaranteed.
shown a fcuiu of over 80 her| cent r' MAGAZINE EDITION 25 CENTS; EACHWe
Thn greatest .
vN FUNERAL DIRECTOR over number th" pu-vloud of entiled year.ami transfer all .nt lh Ijnkillnnf atllc, nllv.r i |p in.IH .

ever r"cI..1, were placed upon the ,
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,1 : 'club for thlH rccuida remarkable, In ft year growth tine \reason,that I W. F. HAMILTON, Kissimmee, Fla. still have a few conies of the Special Magazine Edition of the Valley Gazette, so you had better get in 1
-fr ,/ q the Hupf-ilor,, '" color' flavor and rich- i order before all Finest and Kissimmee.
your now they are gone. souvenir of Florida. Osceola County
j n"'*H of the milk cream and butlerfrom .. ,-
[Opposite Courthouse the Juc-niary cow are! becom- i
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+ : InK ht-tlrr known. Tile with herr
*.onl as an economical proJu irr.relurniiiK n I i iJ
1 KI88nuIEE. FLORIDA the must fur a dollar tnvefttfi '
'j ,] In food, has mndu bet, a '
great( favorite In the profrrfsilvedairy
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wh*i(* a high CHKM! of dairy
I>ror1ucta tor.. critical' trade la doand FLORIDAThe
'l'; R. S. RAINS j ,.. d.til .

f ;fir. ,-' TAILOR SHOP ". '__
w? : T cut and make clothes to a man's reU iiuppleuieutvil with HOIIIU grain 1 I

..--J1Iea ure. I do the best steam cleaning and possibly sump dry fend such as
I;, in town: 1 <}yd any color. I do good htlflge or alfalfa hay If the cows Big Sale of Florida Land is Now Going on .
any kind of repairing. I clean )fate.e .' refuse to ent t these (hen you maybe
+ I have two of the best Tailors in the sure that t the grass |18 all I they need, ?
South. of business is in but the chances are that they will
My place rear With Great
take hold of the bay and will cut the Rapidity
,t of J. II. Redditt's Jewelry Store.
', grain readily, even when they have '"
'r'I .( PHONE NO. 210 the best ot feed outdoors It may be

u i CALL- ME AND I WII COME FOR that during the first few days while iI
f' + YOUR CLOTHES: grass IH 'Boinelhiiii of novelty to If you want large acreage, you want to see; us. We have it by the millions.

them they will come to the stable so .
i Y j -- well filled that there will IM
", ,'; ,i DO appetite
I for these,other reedy" that furnish II.

t S. l U.| BULLOCK I profitable variety 1,1 on of,, production.the but big In this"record variety and_ID the the'most salVa !- BELOW I IS A FEW OF THE LARGE ,TRACTS WE ARE OFFERING.FROM OUR BARGAIN_ COUNTER, II ., ,::11

One reason why the wise dairymandoes 19,919 Manatee County, 6O per cent of this tract 15,000 acres ''in De3oto County, southwest of, Arcadia.Price if
not aloue In
< REAL ESTATE depend-upon silage .
4 ......*................ tbe winter Is because hu realize that timbered. Flowing wells can be'obtained anywhere on the land $5.50 par acre. ''if
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;'"'" '0\\ ,} INSURANCE the cow's appetite must be teufpted by there being twp flowing wellsjit present on the' property. Price ,
variety of feeuVin order ta ret her to -5--" ,
ry I $3.75'pe'r acre. 10,000 ac"res in Sumter County, near town 'Leesbura-, a ",\
consume the most at a profit )Now;, !
4; ;' Examination of Titles a the same tblnI.H true ulillf Mile Is | r - rapidly growing winter and summer resort, on railroad, lands

I i upon ,grnsi Tills feed,I In Itself IH "n-I 6.250 acres near the city of Lakeland in a solid body on adapted to growing of citrus fruits and gardening products. :

' -Specialty.,- perlor to nnylliliiK but uhlrh' we ,, the railroad. Thrs-is good heavy rich land well adapted to the Lease on all except 2OOO acres of this tract. This is an excellent ,,
know but at tbe HUIIIO line I If the cow I i ,
; J J"f Corresoondence Solicited. can tw coaxed to ant olla( *r teed Ill'r:t growing of the highest grade of gardening products. Flowing bargain. Price $3.75 per acre. '

, connection with It she will be able wells can be obtained. Price $1O I per acre.
i --- -- Rive better returns at'' t the pall. We -- 18.OOO acres in Saint Johns County. practically solid body,
1 hear a great deal about the ration of
maintenance And the ration that produces 14.OOO acres in practically a solid body. on the F. E. C. within eight miles east of Hastings, three miles from' F. E. C.

_i Time to plan your a profit It readily admitted Rwy.. all free of leases, with some good virgin timber, muck and Rwy., bordering inland waterway; 7.500 acres now free of u

;' \ SUMMER VACATION thnt feed a nec cow<".....must ry to answer provide the Herself demandsof with prairie land. Price $.CO pecre leases balance 3.OOO acres annually beginning Jan. 1st, 1912 I ,

., ) ON THE BEACH her lntuce. before she can yielda until all is delivered. Price $6.00 per acre.

t$ rk Write toM profit. Nuw, this law la just as true I. South of the above tract 19,000 acres, in practically a solid i - -- t(;

t} f r : ---- -. ------ In feed summer the It Is In winter; therefore body, free of leases about-the same\ class of land as the above, f i 22,000 acres in Saint Johns Countv, parctically a solid

-I ,. RS. A. S. LEN' INGTONh There Is another side to thla feeding( but better timber. Price $9.00 per acre. I body, 12 miles southeast of Hastings, the famous potato sec-

J question that is worthy of consideration ---- J tion, on the F. E. C. Rwy., also on the inland waterway; 8,800

p r I Daytona Beach, Fla. also and that Is tbe effect that future It 56.OOO acres, on F. E. C. Rwy., in practically a solid body, I acres free of leases, balance delivered in tracts of 4,400 acres '
will have upon the cows 'for
I For terms of rooms milking periods. Even though the free of leases. About 3O to 40 per cent of this tract is virgin annually beginning Oct. 9th 1911 until all is delivered. Price '

arid board milk flow Is not Increased to any timber the balance good muck and prairie lands. Price $8.00 $6.00 per acre.,. _. f
marked wblle the teed is
given the en..rgIbat it will store up per acre. \'
21OOO acres in Wakulla County;-practically solid ; 'I,
BEACH for une during later periods will makeIt -- -- body ; on

:li 1 LODGE possible 1 for tbe cow to keep up her 5O.OOO acres in Hamilton. County, fairly well together, the railroad, 25 miles south of Quincy, the famous tobacco town. r'

vt I : on Ocean Avenue If high she production did not have year this after extra year nourish-, wblle ,28obo> acres tree of leases now, 15,000 acres to be delivered I I I 6,840 acres free of timber, 3,000 acres more to be delivered r t

; : Beach front, eastern exposure ment she would naturally fall off. 'tor Jan. 1st, 1912. These are good lands, well adapted to general l I each year, beginning Jan. 1st, 1912, until'entire tract is delivered :: f

r.i 4 j jI the steady work would tax:' her constitution agricultural purposes such as. cotton corn, cane and potatoes, I This tract is adapted to general agricultural purposes. ,. i

XWiif beyond its powers of endurance. will sell in tracts of Price $3.75 per acre. ; I
---- - .- The tract as a whole at $4.75 Der acre, or : -
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Credits Due Dairymen. ,V. from 5,000. acres up at $5.00 per acre. i --- u

FIORIDA REAL ESTATE fOR SALE. To the dairy industry must t bQ credited .I 84,000 acres virgin pine, will cut 17O million feet. Soil t I

the silo for silage was first madeIn 1 1O7.OOO'acres in Lee County, remote from transportation, i I number one for all farm and fruit purposes. Adjoining lands Ift..Jio:i 1
vti, Beautiful winter home sites situated this country primarily for dairy cat-
P';, in the Lake Region oj Florida. tle. Now It has bwcomtf an Important some, good cypress, muck and prairie lands. Price $3OO per being colonized at $40 per acre rail and water transportation.Price .

'T l Trucking and .Farming Lands in large factor in beef production and also in acre in fee simple. for entire tract $6.50 per acre 1.4 cash balance ]1. 2 and '

','I or small tracts. raising hogs, sheep, poultry and --- 3 years.
; bor es. There are a lot of other things 84,000 acres rn Palm Beach County. 12 miles from the F. _"
-t 1 I A .
: : + lu modern agriculture which can be
E. C. Rwy., of virgin pine timbered lands. in a solid body, bordering .
List your property'with me for quick I credited to the man who handles dairy estimated 250 million feet 65.OOO acres, all virgin, will cut 150 million, feet pine and ,
.. cattle. Among them is the fact that on Lake Okeechobee on the east .
8 million feet of Good sbil
cypress. adapted to citrus
Is distributed' timber and 40 million feet of fruits and
work on the farm of pine, 3OO crops of turpentine .
\ f, H. M. Breaker & Co. throughout the year, making It possible cypress. Price $.00 per acre. trucking.: 'Price. $6.50 per acre, 1-3 cash, balance one and two i' ,
to handle farm help more economically years. a '
'f'' BuX 175 KISSIMMEE.: FLA.' 2-1 ,'lOO acres of virgin pine timbered lands in Polk County, I I tf
.. estimated to cut 45 million feet of 2,000 acres cypress and phosphate, will cut it :
in railroad 10
::::.;.-- Spray For Flt. a solid body. near million feet ,
tt L.ID.: DUZDH away the following_'lIee from given horses by aDd a state cattle experiment Is- Price $Z.00 per acre in fee simple. . _._laid. .with phosphate. A great bargain ,at_$20.OOO :..f3

f .
station; Fish 1!. oil, |W9 guartsi -
4q kerosene, on t quart; crude carbolic We have;orange Irro"ves, truck land, city property-anythine From$10O lot to a 107,000 acre tract. Tell us your require- I t

acid, oQe pint; oil of pennyroyal, oneounl'e menta and we will fill them at. prices that, are attractive. -
; oil of tar ten ounce. >Ilx: "
thoroughly and apply; in. a One spray Ii f _er -$.
every two or three days, or aa often -
Real Estate. ss the flies begin their attacks apln.I .-

,,4 -Y 7-7 I Farm Journal. H., = M. BREAKER & COMPANYj '

t $ ' Th Good KUlf.r. over 0c eI* Pharmacy
If your neighbor w inta to s.Il a food K: 1- SIM ME E I FLQRIDA

'W JUSSIMMEE, FLORIDA heifer from a good cow buy her. Don't. -, jo
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f swltcriaa you be v,hackei] unyan Stephens pastor,

: the woeful flyl lack'of tace-. ,Sunday- Five and ; .
I Bible School 9.45 TenrAcreTracts
a. m.
housefly\ It lih*., been ? :
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Preaching 11 .. and 7.15 .
.18 one of the most perilous) m< p. nv ,,
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civilized man 1* ub-

. -fly la 'not merely a'-nuI- 'Communlon-2d Sunday.) :' >
o l / Monday-(after 3rd Sunday in
a distributer of dlaeas. ) ; :
Woman's. loU... Union-Devo. 3 p. m.Wedneadayafter'llt .
therebr a slayer ot, piaiv- -
v alight In and walk through ( Sunday). . .

filth which adberM to Thursday Worn. MissvUnion-8ocialf3.to5pm. '- .. BEAUTIFULLIBERTY. .

leg*. They cartj It away
Prayej1 meeting 7:00 p. m. ,
It upon food, both the rpwl .
Visitor always welcome. -
matertal.. nd the cooked .
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upon the table.: They

fllth wherever they alight PRESBYTERIAN..

EUREKA human body or elsewhere. S. S. Snyder pastor.

A number ot home is/ not only disgust '
our people Sunday School 9.45 a. mv-.A. ::1.
Addition because it is the highest ; t1netlJ' dangerous. Nelson, superintendent.Church \
the town and lake and giving ;; slogan
'e which has for IU ,
Service 11 and 7.3rf +
roundings.. Remember these lots a m. p.m. r
lot, and can be bought on most fly r Is growing In force. Christian Endeavor 6.30 p. m. s

begin paying for a lot that will ; Dhase"of tho anti-fly cam- Prayer and Bible study Thursday 7.30 '

on such easy payments that you the fight Into the enemy's p. m. PARK .
soon own your own home.
) makes it aggresslTe as
Visitors most cordially invited to all

lv.. A New York physi nervices. -. ." .'

ROSE the fly swatting operation ,
Here we have such splendid the house'as well as 1

payment plan, lots 129 feet front ( proposes public fly traps{ METHODIST.Wm. .

ate) plenty room for nice grove corner to catch the
sides garden, chicken ranch and H. Funk, Ph. D., pastor.
this doctor's that
one of these valuable lots on hope city Sunday School 9:45 a. m.-prpf. R. .
own terms. Buy now aud stop may take up the M. Evans superintendent '

and make the swat Preaching services 11 a. m., and 7:30p. : ., -

ROLFE fly a municipal. as well as a m. Gem of all Suburbs ":.

Boys League 1.30 .
r We have a few small farms, !' are that In a- few years I
containing two acres each, east .Junior League 2 p. m. *
They can be bought for a little will become Almost; as Senior League Wed. 7:30 p. m. . '
lots and most favorable terms. flies and that Mr. and Gen. prayer service Thurs. 7:30: p. m. Now on Sale ;

I and thel.r myriad prog- II
I Holy communion ever let Sunday. I

reduced to a comparatively You are cordially invited to each of .
This Is a consummation services.
Come see our desirable 5-acre to be. wished Swat the these I
, and! on terms to suit. High .
I to church school and excellent ; l e I: ,
t valuable homj.__This is no | CHRISTIAN. I
city limits at one of the best la started' from Boston S. J. Vance, pastor. In Home
Buying a -Look Ahead
t :\ reached Washington July Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:45: p. m.

PARK The distance Is riM Bible School 9,45a. m. -0. E. Yowell

course It was a great superintendent; J. II. Harris assistant
j Come let us show you the land ( I superintendent.
-as an aeroplane voyage
handy to modern town in the I
Three crops can be grown on In a hurry and want to Christian Endeavor every. Sunday 1 .

I you can buy them at prices ,! ton to Washington you'll evening at 4.30 p. m.

to location improvement, etc., ax taking a railroad train. Prayer meeting and choir practice ev-
i )
f ery Thursday at 7.30 p. m. I.

We can furnish any sort of a a from now Blank: I For the wise '
year man who dedlres his lam- ,
Correspondence solicited; all ' "

I f will'be Republican nominees ticket for, opposed presi- EPIOCOrAL.Rev. ily to grow-up among healthful surroundings-

Blank on the Democratic David D. Kidd, rector LIBERTY PARK is the logical(location. If

r and Blank will be elect Services every-seeond. and fourth Sun- !

Nelson day at 11:00: a. m. the future of this matchless suberb could
Communion 2nd Sunday at morning 1 be thrown' upon a giant screen wouldsee
s purpose of Congressman services. ,.you
i seems to be to go after Guild meeting every first Tuesday. one of. the best truck and citrus. fruit .
.i .
the express! companies I
; ,-
I.iI sections in Florida, on which will be. growing "

not to worry about mos WHAT IT COSTS magnificent f r

I to think of something else crops. .

LOW bite you. I The realization will come to you in the t
To Live in Kissimmec and Wa es

.. FROM !' 'h4'y Is a> Social Animal. Usually Paid. future, perhaps, when prices are far advanced -

the people In the United The following table of. prices is as. even beyond your fondest ideas of

+ In ,Incorporated towns or near accurate as it is possible to obtain, I' ,

or more inhabitants, ac and is published for the information of rising realty values. You. can buy today,
the latest census statistics those contemplating moving to this city:

ATLANTIC for 1010 show that when Floor .. . . *>>.2u to 10.60 txcbbl at moderate .dost, a homesite in a section ,
Smoked Hacon. ..... ft: to 110 "tit per Ib J'
was taken 40.3 per cent of I',.,. "'- ltHicon' '..:.. H to HI cent per Ib that will rapidly enhance
Brans . ... .. . .. ...63!< to Vf) cent par Ib in Value, land .on
"was urban and 53.1 per Lima Beans...... .. ,.. ..,.. ..7to H ....t. p.r Ib .J
$17.00 Vnshlngton D. C; ; >> ( in K ioa .. .. .." ..... s.4' *. ft to,,8 e.nta pe..1b which i will grow air kinds of citrus
; latter '
the classification Sweet Potatoes ..... .. .t.Wto 7A cents, per bushel fruits,
22.00 Cl.lcngp.Ill. ; e who live on farms "or in Irish Potatoes.... .. .. .. ...i 11 to 11.26 per bushel I well kind '
Kmh Fish ..-_. 4 to par Ib as as every 'of vegetable grown: in
; H.OO) st.Xotris-Mo.. >> than 2,500 people. From Salt Mackerel" . 8 to Iii: per :Ib .I .f r
Grit J'4c per Ib this section located
of urbnn- close
(the percentage Meal. 2'vcporlb'" : ; to school and
21.00 Detroit Midi. I
i from 40.5 to 4O.3. and Fresh Rff. I2'v' to 15c pvrlbKreHh
Pork 12'j to I IKc per Ib churches, every five-acre tract in
17.00 Louisville. Ky. 1 : ago only 38.1 of the total I Sugar !;' pounds for SI 00 being
Dried Prunes 8 .n H'>e per Ib .
1 17.00 Cincinnati I,. (Ohio I !(> was olnnsod ns urban. I Dried I"'achrs 10 to l-'ve' per Ib close proximity to the best hard road in
show thnt In spite of I>ri J lard: IjSr2oeT5er Ib
County and
{ of millions of acres of <'ompound I-anl 12 to I I'c' per Ib proposed electric r,
TICKETS ON SALE AUGUST 16TH. t*beene'rpmmery- 2&c per Ib
lands the city popu- Black-Kye l Peas "c..r Ib railway, which will be completed and in !
foster than the Onion >c per Ib; $20'( 'per bushel
"'offee 1c to ;"'6c !Ib
Fait t Trains Steel *' ". This Is also. de- Teas Kerosene. "c l&c to'Oc per' gallon per per Ib operation by January I, 1912..

that In the past twenty I Kprtrfl 'tfc to lOc per dozen The dweller in the
telephone, the trolley and I hicken Friers 2r, to"40c'' eachChickens country benefits by
' if. grown fo&c to 80o each
For information call
on nearest mnll delivery system have I Corn shelled "90c per bushel. good roads because they increase land
A. W. FRITOT Outs "c per bushel I
V to the farms In thou Oranges in season $1 6O to S- 110 per box ,
D. P. A. Fla.
Jacksonville values. Economy of
These Improve- Carpenters II.Bl ll.Mtotl.ft"to 11 I 60Oluarlnic i transportation is the

I would seem should make Land-.rubl.lnifUl"K: >ts *x,41' per..creCle..rlnar I chief factor jn to'the'
L.nd-.tumpln& I".n" to 12".OO"' I trucker
.W attractive and turn the Man rfnd Team S IIIOtoel00< > .
Horses and Mule. *1.IK) : and farmer.
from city to coun ((1'artles hirlnir to feed. same) to fS.OOW.lton' This is a tract of the best
'IN EACH TOWN and 1 .
t "Rang.r"bicycle turnl> being the cane what Plows. 1.151)$".o0 to and H2.00Harrows up pine in this section ; pine lands ore'the. ." /
WXM/W/i< '
NO MONEY for such an apparently $3. 0 to$1MlTeachers ( '
bicycle We : situation A satisfactory HI to 15. month : choice' of a majority of
i ahlp to Wood per cord '1.7to 9\ <* our settlers, not only
In advance, ,
tntm **& : .
would deep i. ---- --- -
which time question go
yon may ; .;
011 account of the
I MosrlnHhlrilt f' you, are then bnrk not to ttt soololofry.-rmt'a few Notice. price and small cost of

j'! FACTORY PRICES I.ingdhectnfnsand may be offered. I i clearing but because
t 1 :; Notice is hereby given that we have I I they find by proper
actual t.ctoryenst Y. place while there are
there are also more cities sold the Seminole I'harma y .at St. handling these lands are Very productive
l 1 bicycle. DO NOT BUY / ,
rfc. until you receive than there w6re twenty as-sumes
E .*../. ,_t. I all indebtedness bf the business and yield good crops of all kinds. This
."' SOUArwllL BE F<>r Instance, Oklahoma I and is authorized to collect' all outstanding
L lk/Pi/ I I
/Stltr hue BVfoe. wa can ...... was a mere village a few land is especially adapted to growing vegetables
SOYELR uisnaoT otto.*'.... accounts. .
fi WALua; .
l faIer.nlladha A.,, ':.:\i c.a soil our Now It Is a thriving city MRS'! L. W. PILLEY, I of all kinds strawberries
>!:;" ..COND HAND.levct.a'sC W. do not. ,OOO people. In Oklahoma J. C. Moo KB. oranges
num..oQ band Lien'n tadS bFuurCbH. I i I t
'i from a '0"or..0. and
Iptlvsbarcsla( II. and southwestern
.0'1 .. .. western This July I 22. 1911. 31-2t grapefruit.
It .
t C S T II- B R A K E S p.t. _-.... .. many cities and towns _ .;

; !! o! Hedgcthorn !} ;J not .on the map a score of A Composer.Xloaz I I We are sole agents for this property. .j
:-I thought you said that man
$1 OJ L Wherever new agricultural< I Write today for prices and terms.

r e If-Ilea T. : populated new towns must was Joax a-musician Nonsense I j' -]>,11.till k

...I....'.",...../,,....nn,II and this accounts In part told I
,., ., Toil certainly me be wrote mel i I
$10.00 p. 5.1 M S.d.r. I
1'o(l<*,lalttt+ ,,t4.i'j rpaao of urban population. odles." I I 11
HO MORE TROUBLE FROM PUNCTORES' : :t.!; .._... .. ... I 1-
.A..T.a. _
Abuuuredtitultsaudpairs. . sold last" tka year. ; i / growth for the most heirs. ITo sells soothing: sirup." H I

f DESCRIPTION Made In all ,, T i ; : the problem Is reduced to I i . .
Is lively and easy I ,
J rldln& very durable and f* by recognition of the 1.\\
... lined inside with Notice of Application for Tax Deed
a j| quality of rubber, which never becomes J f
r social and ,
.porous and which closes op small ; n Is a animal; i Under Section 574 and 575 f

'V' e"havo, "-without hundrodM of allowing li rfls M.
GI ortwl.eInawhole at.tlnirhnttheir. tires aoaaon.have only They benn weigh pumped no : : Florida. : BREAKER & CO.
t MO ordinary the large number of per- Notice I In h e r t>y ulvrn that J. W Thompson, ,
(utvrn l.y .several layers of thin specially to be Mayflower de- purchaser of Tux Crrttflrale I Ko ):'J!,listed Ith ;
f.llrlco"' the tread. The renlar price of th lay of Jnljr, A. I). 1W>. lias tiled fad cerllHraU' 1 ?
ts HO.OO' wr pair but foradvertlsing -,, ; It seems not unlikely that In mjr offlne sod b.. made spollc.tlon for lax j \ t
making a .peel.1 h"tAry Price to the rider ot Deed to IKSIIO In accordnnre with Isw.
....rkl.k-r is 'Y1N.e are-merely distant rela said certiorate rmbmrtng the foilowlna de .
snip C. 0;11;ad :
t">j .........eyamn.e, and mend them strictly s. .... who have ridden on soribed lands lying and being in.the County ofOrceola -: Over Osceola Pharmacy :.:. t ;
/ w. n albs aes.b dl..tefa__a(.- ,.. !btala: of >l"iria. lo-*lt Bfft. D. roi. .
WITH__ 0.0 sod __this ad..r0. .si. Yoe '. ;yacht the Mayflower. blockC, trlck'j Addition lo K'',lmmea. .
.p"! .. .Y.y_. sot,. City, runs s iw 10-13: ft. wl1J fl. n 9" lo-u 't. a1X0 4 I 41.
I"; .. ma ,....SHS .( s hank.. iflooa _OV ft. /bald! l tot belnv snesitrd at Ihadate of theli.tiancnof -! 1. :
dh;. ; .t.m._. ., _. plw..t.' tb.l wbaa: '.* alternates between Ute such. eertlncat In Ib. name of Mrs. KISSIMMEE '"
t. Hr 8. Brn ny.Vnlisssahl : FLORIDA :
.i.--.Fiii---. ttt Kentucky and the o.nlflc ate ball be ndncraed sonordlnc t
to law Tax Peed will .,'.-:'
1 I lisa thereon on '1 {
i:, r rkwennt.d.AO..t., of lle..t.b'ul or halflh..i.4.s.DD wrlb foresFNr Tow. 0.4 senate. Now somebody the Isl day ol September. A- D. 1VI1. ..10;
. -. NOT WAIT ..--y.. ''>',' him for vice president llnesa my hand and otHolal' .eo.1.t l Klsslm. S. ,.- -. ., 1n --.->
: : '
me. City this STlh day of July- A. 1>. 1OTI. 'i '

; ; .JAL. MEAD cTcTEi! ,i ; ; .summttT sUfhed'lately fox all-0141 Clerk Clroull' JAMEU(Court M.osreola JOHNSTON County.b.Fla.C. I IBy --- . .

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I .. ;, ; Celery.Vegetable originated Germany. Classified- : Advertisements- : ;: TU-LER '

i I fi;: BPTIST ::0 Jf The The onion ehestnutcam originated'in front Egypt.liftjY-: *- w

;: Tobacco i* a native 'ot Virginia.. .' Advertisements* are inserted under, this )head at the rate of 8 i . .....M. .*...*Mm.....wM. ....m.., '

., ,.' .u*.rnMtlr for the faith whinh ....OaC. Thrf nettle, l is a native, of Europe. .'..' per line each insertion. bought and sold., ) ,

"', i i' far sit delivered unto tho B lnui.':-Jud.: 8. The citron is a native.of Greece. ___ _ c ._._ .a 'l-4n.ame rantart ..' ''I

'e Oats in North Africa. .
orginated - I T.-PJd.; ; and Titles
: T .y .f' -' O OII8_ :. !> '!' .J!!. .3C != The poppy originated in the East. FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS ified for non-residents.' "'I

/ BUNYAN STEPHENS, Pastor, .nr-I
.Rye.came. from Liberia. 'It
4 . i f C. W.: DAMN. Clerk. C. F.' BRYAN, Treasurer.DBACONS originally .I horses WADE. the tuner Orlando. Fire, Life and .
Panley.was first known In Sardinia. A AIR of good, gentle work .
L 4 ..-C. A. Carson: C. J. Woodall. N. C. Bryan, surance. "
.. .J. W. Wilder, J. M. Willson'Jr.f Joe Jeffords M. The pear and apple ar from .Europe for sale cheap.: .Ross Grave 26-tf R._O. MEEK-Notary Public. 23-tf Indemnity Bonds. '' .

: & "': J.-Hicks, A. S. Gilbert J, M, Han.ell, W. H. Jones. Spinach came'from ..Arabia:! FOR good mu'I..s harness FOR fresh fish phone the Rull Baas
-Pair ,
;T : I". _' The sunflower'wat brought from and wagon. Call at Valley Gazette Market, No. 1897. 19-tf ----.... -----:- ('

,. 911 Teru. office for particulars. -. _23-tf GET H. N., BRATTON to drive your .. "
t ORDER OF SERVIC -.At 1.6. artesian wells. 43-tf -
The mulberry tree originated in Per '
-:-' KING Quality shoes for men at Cash FOR dressed poultry, phone the RulJI .
sia. MaifTakes '
Plano'Prelude. MORNING-11:00: The gourd is, probably an Eastern Store. Ijf I Bass Market No. 189. 119-t The Home Bakery 'f

,- -- plant. CHOICE CITY LOTS for sale at low MUTTON, fresh, fat and fine, at the '
t , Doxologv prices. See or write H. Fleming for Rull Bass Market, phone 189. this 'opportunity to thank
J Invocation Walnuts and peaches came from .

.. '.. i...-. Hymn 3Q9; -:;"Majestic Sweetne. ... s".. Persia particulars. 40 tf WOOD per. strand $1.25; five strands the good people of this city for ..
; '. Sdripturea Kev.! 2: 18-29 C5.75. Kisslmmee Lumber Co. 29-tf their liberal patronage and would
The horse chestnut is. a native of FOR SALE-Forty lots In one .body. ..
Hymn 91-"Herald( Angels" '
.,. I :. '. Announcements .' Thibet. Price so that money can be doubled LOST Child's gold; necklace with also take this means to say that
1 ... within two years. A. Valley Gazette. mall gold: heart, pearlin center.' our limited facilities for making;
Prayer Cucumbers came from the East In-
j,t ',__ i Offertory 451-What Hast Thou Done for Me" Sltf Return to A. D. Gilbert'and get re goods will prevent (for awhile) our .

i Sermon"The Time-Serving Church" dies.The LAUNCH FOR SALE Twenty-five _ward._. ./ 31-2t general delivery to' all parts*of the
quince came from Crete. .,
: j, Invitation 192-"Take Me As I Am"I radish native and I feet long, six h. p. gasoline engine, ANYONE anywhere car) start a mail city. Quality! and variety wIlTbe
The is of China
-. a in good: condition' For price, etc., order business at home. No canvass maintained always. Our nice "
:, : . f EVENING-7:30: f Japan. address F. Newton., Box 813. Kis- own boss. Send for free

: Song Service- Peas" are of Egyptian origin. simmee, Fla. 32-1 tpd bOOk\eVTelll how. Heacock A 2144, HOT ROLLS and BISCUITS.
t Foundation" Lockport. N. Y. !
23ft-"How Firm a Horseradish is from (Southern :Eu- .
'. 264-"All the Way My Savior Leads Me" FOR SALE-Eggplant plants, .$6 per Also HOT BREAD \ '
rope.John Hancock Catchell. ,.IF YOU WANT SCREENS Osceola
210 "J Saves" 1,000; tomato plants, $2,60 per 1,000; see '
I : ;! .. i Prayer- esus ready for delivery August 15th. Ad- I Lumber' Co., They make them any will be ready : orMags and afternoons .
t Nar- size and kind and make themto
New Eden Plantation want
.r "Song 313-"1 Love Thee Eetter Lord" Only A Woman.She dress '/: you and a nice variety of PIES '.
) coosaee, Fla. 2-tf I fit. Give them a trial. 7-tf .
i, Scripture-Micah 3, 4 and 5. ./ and CAKE-Parties and Weddinga
.Pr yer was just an ordinary woman, WE-Are offering some very desirable
, i(" i Offertory 442-"Bringing in the Sheaves" withuut mu h leisure or time for cul BEAUTIFUL lake froot1ot'consistingof resident lots, located three blocks specialty. *
Address to the Leaders a half block, located in the best
I Sermon-"A Threatening fromthe Court House, on nice high
ture. She did not know the difference Will-sell
neighborhood i in the city.
:; of the People"i elevation, for $200 for inside and $250 A.SMITHJ.
Invitation. 300-"Amazing, Grace" 4 between an Ionic and a Doric columnin only to party-who. will Improve it to for corner lots. Alley in rear of all
architecture and she correspond with surrounding prop- these lots. Cash short time. Let
.... i .4 ; was not "up"on or OARLINQTON: AVENUE
Full and price to
t" erty. particulars
-i show these lots. H. M. !
.. JDTHER SERVICES china painting or the Roman emperors interested party. H. M. Breaker us Breaker. &you Co. '.

4. Thuraday, 7:30: p. m. -Prayer Meeting. Special but she brought up three childrento & Co. 31-tf I ,I
attention l is called to the service. The attend - ----- -- -.---. AN intelligent earn .$100I
prayer tell the truth, to {ear God, to love person may
w i ance has been much better of late than usual and it is i. their'brothers and to do honest labor FOR HONEST and square deals in all I monthly corresponding for newepa-
hoped that many more will attend.. Paul's Second kinds of real estate, call on or writeW. I| pers. No canvassing. Send for par SPECIAL EDITION .
Epistle" to the Thessalomans. will be considered next with their hands and not to be ashamed H. Farmer, Box 322. 16-tf ticulars. Press Syndicate, B 2245, .
: 4 Thursday night. of it. When she died the papers did Lockport. N.Y._ NOW ON SALE25cf f

Friday Evening 7:30: -B. Y. c. U. Subject for i not notice it, but the Recording Angel HANNAN SHOES are high class shoes. I 'lOU-Are thinking of coming to Flor. .
: 4 next Friday night "The Holy Spirit-Changing the Call and see them. H. C. Stanford
is said as he raached for a fresh pen aud ida. Of course you want the best .-.- - -. .I
19-tf =: ==: =
Heart. All young men and women are cordially invited Company. for the least We --
turped overto a clean "A money.
i to in meeting. page queenis J.V.. SIMPSON
join this
can fill your requirements, whether JK. i.
WELCOME To ALL To ATTEND ALL SERVICES coming; get her .throne. ready.Ex. TWO very desirable resident lots in it be a city lot, five or ten acre tract, I
i .---- -- - Carson addition each 50x164 feet. a section of land or a twenty ihous DENTIST.

t . 44'444444444444444 Orange Wine. There are 16 bearing orange; tree's on and acre tract. Write us regarding;
I these lots, under good new fence, your wants.* Every piece of property; Upstairs in Katz BfrUding. .r\

. .. Mr. C. H. Bradford, of Gainesville, located close to the lake. $350 cash I sold at exact price placed on it by the. Os'FICEUOURS: 1}l ?9.* n'; tSk 12 m' I
-- - ---- X
has this excelent recipe for making or- takes the two. See H. M. Breaker owner. No padding of prices on I 1 ,":'
? t One of the saddest visits ever made ange wine: & Co. 31-tf I, property listed with us for sale. II. I Telephone No. "B Jun 5, lTrJJR. ,
4 Local Overflow by a young lady to our city. fell to the I -- - -- M. Br..ak4'rCo.. 24-tf''
Take as much juice as you want remove -" FOR bargains in resident property,
i iI
lot of Miss Nina Vance, who came here WRITEI
seeds, let stand in large crock 24 truck-lands and orange groves: call on ERNEST W. W. CARSON ..
all the way from Carthage. Mo., arriving H. M. Breaker Kissimmee. .. f I -Sign. Auto Carriage Painting. ]I
hours then
.- I Mr. Kenneth Butler, went to Tampa last Friday to visit her father strain through thick :.. :.I guarantee all work. Let me figure DENTIST
cloth, add one of or molasses for with that P. O. Box
who cup sugar H. C. STANFORD CO. are agents you on job.
+ Sunday and returned with Mrs. Butler, passed over the unexplored river
to two of the juice. Set and let the celebrated liannan shoes for 139, Kissimmee, Fla. 16-t:
whom he carried tb a sanitarium m ;Jon Tuesday' night. Miss Vance left away 19-tf Office over Cole's\! Jewelry Store

a. that city ten days ago for an operation. 'Wednesday night with her father's remains ferment. In ten to twenty.days it will men. LOST-New umbrella handle smooth., Office Hours: 8-15, 1'-5
be for almost and bent at right anfles.
ready use. square ; Office phone 158 i
.. Mr. Butler stated that his wife was for Carthage.A SEE King Quality shoes before. buying Think I probably net it downin Residence
Mrs Bradford adds "But don't j
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along < ) and would be use Cash Store. and forgot it.
getting nicely restored some store ; Anyone
.. nealth gentleman wKo was born and i iI too much at a time or you'll wish that with umbrella .
a stray
to her usual good in a few IF YOU WANT SCREENS see Osceola t answering
raised in this who '*, hadn't. above will confer favor
but description
county now you a
weeks. Lumber Co. They make any DERBYSHIRE M. D.
.. _. ,
) holds a prominent position in an east 1 --- size and kind you want and make themto j by notifying the owner, S. W. Down- E.

t Mr. W. P. Smith, of Chattanooga, I coast county,' was in the Valley Gazette 1 The ladies of the League desire to fit. Give them a.trial. _. 7-tf ing. 32-tf ....,

Tenn., spent a few days here this week office this week, and during a : express appreciation and thanks to each --- which is-located NICE.-Centrally located home on beau Special attention given to the '
FIVE city lots on a tiful lot three blocks treatment of Women and '
visiting H. M. Breaker and family. pleasant conversation with the editor, one who took part in the delightful nice new ' cottage, fine view I corner only Children.
from house is j
,. ; This being Mr. Smith's first visit to made" use of the following remark": musical given recently" t the chapter of the lake, cool breezes. This property with electricity Broadway, ,ha bath, toilet lighted; and C....

Florida and after looking over a large "Whatever else you may -do don't let house It is gratifying. to pole; that is located close to the proposed kitchen sink; new ;cement sidewalk; 1 Office over Citizens Bank. PHONE 184
portion- of the state, he decided that electric line on high level lots. A house contains includ- 24-3mospd ']
k : the County Commissioners; build the Kissimmee is possessed of such excep. Let show rooms .
Kissimmee was the best city he had bargain at $1600. us you ing bath room; lot 120x150 feet, extending - .... "
rv I jail in the court house yard. We told tional talent as shown by those who this property. II. M. Breaker&; Co. to 16-foot alley. We cap ---- ,I

.- p visited. I. him we had done our best along that performed \>.n the program. Thanks is 31tfFOR offer this beautiful home on very 1. M. RIVERS M. D.

line, butMessrs.- due also'to,' Mrs. Katz who donated a reasonable terms. Full particulars' F'
Mr. P. A. Vans Agnew has Iv I choice location ,
v present. SALE-Good large lot it
handsome mission clock to the chapter' cashor to interested parties. H. M. Breaker PHYSICIAN and SURGEON .: ;
ed ther Kissimmpe Library with a new I Ludlam &.McDonough, own ; splendid neighborhood: ; & Co. to! 24-tf
"'. "set of folding shelve* and several volumes era of Cape Breeze the house. Also to the orchestra for their terms. Apply P. O. Box 376 KIs- p. Office/ over Osceola Pharmacy ( '
new high-class 25-tf -
donation of a mission finished platformfor simmee, .
of the Britanica Encyclopedia. residence suburb that is t Residence
beiag.: opened use on occasions of entertainment.This and WANTED ..... ..HONES I (Office 148 .
.The desire t
library cemrnittSe to express up'ori the lake shore, state that they FOR: $SALErTwelye acre orange I
:" their sincere thanks to Mr. Vacs is very neat, being arranged witha grapefruit grove, about three miles . 'I
Agnew have placed an order for four thousand WANTED-You to see me for all kindsof -
lid to lift with intertior for from Kissimmee on railroad. Will ...
fr 1/for his handsome gifts; which are a bags of cement to be used in buildingthe ; the a roomy sell at a bargain., o Address W. H. Real Estate and Fire and Life In- '. .... -.' ,. '
'. storage of magazines, etc RO.Meek Kissimmee. 23-tf -
addition the ? .. surance. ,
valuable to
; "'i'it f. library. sea wall and laying sidewalks also Arnold, Kissimmee, Fla. 41-tf .
.-. POSITION W ANT D-AI salesman in
., that they are meeting with .
,? The Willing Workers of.the Christian great success Od Parchment. ''OUR-acre orange and'grapefruit dry goods, gents' furnishing or shoe "r.L.. WINNPHYSICIAN t

church were organized at the home of in the sale of lots having disposed Old parchments of all descriptions I 'I grove; with 2.0 bearing: trees ,J store by young married man; several
of a half dozfn this week, the purchas. five\ acres muck and ten acres pine years' experience. References fur
s Mrs. S. B. Aultman last Tuesday and always fetch good prices. Dealers and SURGEON
ers of which! will begin to build residences land in cultivation, thirty and one- nished. Address Will E. Breare, ; j
ft the following officers elected : Porcljfe ha\'e. Invented a process tor removingthe half acres unimproved land five-room '
at early date. Maytown, Fla. 31-4 1
r Pherigo, Pres. ; Lucy Berlt"-S c. ; Clara an Ink, and eventually the cleaned box house, good barn and well. The I RUDE' PBO cOrriOB 1188"nl., !

; Norris, Treas.; Lois Overstreet Vice- Mr. and Mrs. Isaac S. Demerit of parrliiuents In ninny cases come back improved land all under good: fence. WANTED -Position by take a man thoroughly PHONE 07. FLOUDA,
This on the north side of qualified to charge of
: Pres. The meetings will be held" every Chicago, who purchased extensive holdings us "(HIP French kid gloves." The cjlp- East property Lake four miles from Narcpos- truck garden or citrus grove. Inquire .

/ Tuesday afternoon at 4 o'clock. in Kissimmee Park last winter, plugs remaInIng when the glows are see, nine miles from Kissimmee. r at Valley Gazette office. 25-tf TT' G. THOMASON '
''' iiiiide life not WIIKft' one
$4,500 $2,600 ,
Mr. F. H. Lawson, proprietor of the are spending a few weeks at the Park iF YOU WANT SCREENS see Osceola
vellum and bits of leather they are II M. Breaker & Co. I
< year. I Lumber Co. They make them '1'.
Cash Store, returned home this week foi the purpose of getting their prop- I any ;
r tolled, down for "nlze." The coarse size and kind you want and make themto PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
I from Georgia, wl ere he spent| a month's 'I II erty in shape for planting-a citrus grove shavings! with odds and ends of seal FOR SALE-163 acres, twelve acres fit. _tiive them a trial. 7-tf_ "

k vacation visiting old friends and relatives -I and building a residence: They are nod other skins are utilized\ for filing cleared, balance good: pine land with -
4 ,I clay subsoil; about 200 bearing WANTED To buy small, improvedfarm Office Phones 74 and 3.
both Residence 126
i highly
pleased with their
at Americus Augusta Columbus purchase
tennis balls. BclcnUflc
cheap orange trees on place. Four room near Kissimmee, giving: full in- ,
I Macon and other points. He was accompanied -r I and state that this is the most delightful American. . cottage, good barn and other out formati'n as to climate crops, and

: home by his nephew, Mr. l climate they ever experienced. Mr. -- --- buildings. Located five miles west I /cost, and how remunerative: price R. B. ,D. WIENENGA I

; Thomas W. Larson of Americus. who Dement, aside from being; an inventor Thought W.II of Th.riMlvs. of Orlando, on good clay road. For I and terms. Address, Warren Brown, I)
I price, terms, etc., address Box 256, R. D. No- 5, Sterling, Ill. 29-4t-pd 1
In his "I .
will assist him in the store. of considerable note, is the champion Qlbbon dairy: am Fla. 19-6mos-pd VETERINARIANSTOCK :
Orlando I
short-hand writer of the world. the greatest historian: that ever lived. ;TREATED FOR '
Mr. R. G. Thomas of Greensboro N. ---- ------ .0- -- ---- -- '
No- one can equal me In this direction." HOUSE of seven rooms on large -1, 1I I ALL DISEASES
J' ? C.. was in the city a few days this Mr. C. S. Beaver, chief clerk of rail- Victor Hugo wrote to Dlsmarck: 108x208 feet, with fine shade trees Day Phone 2fi7ttiht ,

-l week prospecting for a place to locate. I way mail service, with headquarters at. ,"The giant greets the 'giant, the foe : good well. This property is locatelon I Phone 182 ORLANDO, FBA.-'If.
Before leaving Mr. Jacksonville tfie I one of the marled streets, right in I -- -+--
; Wednesday Thomasststeu' ,was In city last week the foe, the friend the friend. I hate I Patent Leather Shoes
I i i-.JX' that fiFWa the fastest growing section of the I ; r. A. VANS AGNBW w. B. C .. .
highly with ahd made official
an measurement of thee furiously because thou hast humbled city, and carp be purchased.for a short GUARANTEED NOT TO BREAK
: this section, and would more than! likely I the distance! between the postoffice France. I love thee because I am time for only $1700 half cash, balance VANS- GNEW & CRAWFORDATTORNEYSATLAW '

? return here in the fall and purchase I and the new depot, for the purpose of greater than thou art." six and twelve months. If you : 'tt

; a tract of land near this City. determining whether the railway or Aud Wordsworth said of the "swan desire a bargain! see us quick. H.

postal authorities would be responsible of Avon:" "There Is an Immensity of u M._Breaker.& Co. 31-tf When you buy Offices: 3-4-5-6 Citizen tank Building "f
_ _ 7 Mr. V. 1. Dibble, of Alton Kan., arrived !
j for the delivery of Ipail to and from triCk: In all be wrote. If I had a mind LOST-A pair of mckeUrimmed spec- of Kissimmee Florlc a
a Korrect
in Kissimmee on Friday, this pair
tarlpj the postoffic on
1 trains after the 1[ could write exactly like Shake at
station is
_. ._, being. hi. second visit to our city. new occupied.He ; black case with C. A. Cole's Shape Oxfords' you

; While here about twenty months ago found the distance over 80 rods, speare.--- --- name on it. Finder please return to. have the satisfactionof 1. i.. HOOK H. D. OEIOCB ,,j
i which makes it the duty of the post- Re. B. Savage. &-lt '
J Mr. Dibble purchased a tract of land No 8.U. & GEIGER
office to look after"this - - knowing you. are MOON .
south the letter received !
just of thecity, and during his. "Gentlemen ran Just -

present stay here-will develop it, although -, matter,. and stated that bids for the by the firm, "we have decidednot SFOR RENT I getting every ounce of ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW

_ _ k; he is spending this week on.a position would probably'be ,called for to keep the piano your agent leftat value and comfort thatis
Office State Bank
camping/ trip in the Reedy creek settlement in a short time. the house for trial the other day. DWELLINGS for rent, apply to M. Tiller. possible to put into a 'I Kissimmee. Florida

I Mr. F. K. Bennett, of Sparrows' .We Hod we are needing other thIngs a I I pair of shoes. --- : j jI

I Mr. R. H. Cheney and family left :, Point, Md., who is an extensive holderof great deal worse. Yours truly. ROOM FOR RENT-Cool and pleasant.Mrs. Korrect Shapes are fast j
.1'. S.-Last night a tornado blew Dennis Blenis, corner Sumner G F. KRIBBS
1 yesterday for Franklin {Jlle, N. Y., Kissimmee Park property, spent a our house down' and scattered the fur- and Orlando ave. 31 I winning favor among men who I .
where they will,spend the remainder of few days at the Park last week. During are extremely particular about ATTORNEY-AT-LAW

7 the summer, for the benefit of Mr. hia stay here he made arrange- niture all over the nelgbborhoodallexcept FOR RENT-For cash or on shares, ten I'' the healthful condition and neat ,
|: that plafto. It Is In pretty bad acres best land, three miles from Room 12 - Second Floor i iI
c Cheney's health. They expect to re- 1 ments for planting a large peach orchard Blmpo. but there Is enough of It left town has flowing is plowed and appearance of their feet. State Bank Building "

i4 turjli.n October provided Mr. Cheney j and grapefruit grove, saying' that we think, to be :wortH taking away. fenced. Apply to welJI. Cunningham :Made in all the popular colors. I :

_ *' '" feels able :'at that time to resume his '1 such an advance had been made by "N. B.-We had tornado Insurance on P. O. hex 341. 27-tf I II JI,..... a I !

,& arduous duties as manager of the Cash others toward improving their prop- everything else."-Chicago Tribune. ROOMS TO RENT-EitheV single oren I PACJUoaDJob. ROBERT G. JOHNSTON .,.J,

_>; : Hardware Store. I I ertles that he did. not Intend to be left I suite; suitable for light. house- ,I ..... I .,
behind in the race development. Mr. Willing to Tackle It. keeping. Apply to Mrs. A. A. Simp- .
The proprietor of a shop was explaining JIrockII.... ATTORNEY AT LAW .(
Mr. W. E. Graddick, one of Jacksonville's'wholesale Bennett stated before leaving that he son. 3-tf I
r I the situation to the appUcant W
I I': and. retail meat deal- fully expected' it would take five yearsto WE-Have listed some of the most de- J'. .
salesman's position.The . u- -
for traveling Kl9SiMEEgF1.ofi1X"1'D
a tPtena.rketThotii4 :
& - _r .-was---here--Mondayandjgurchased make-the improvements In the Park BtrablsTsropertycn -
( late traveler bad, .he said, got his .uIuAuaTuN .
.twp.ear'' loads.of cattle "from Mr. Arthur that had. been made the past twelvemonths hdbIssuccssor :ity and..county. which..we offer-at, II. .w :
)1II111! 111 'IlrP1'; tangle; the lowest prices to be obtained.
rr" s E;; Donegan. It is possible Flor- i and he saw 'no reason why it would find much ,difficulty In There is no padding of prices by us, R.'N. L. BRYAN ,.

;> * ida's metropolis can give Kissimmee a should not be a th 'kl, settled .com- getting order oat of chaos. every piece of property sold at exact -

-*JrIV few cards and then gome on paved mUhity in a shbrt tin.. as there coutd .!'l don't know who chaos is," put In price placed on it by the owner. I DENTIST

.' / ,.treets and tall buildings, but the people be found health, climate, and prosperityin the new man, "but Ill bet ;you I'll get will Write da us your best requirements to please and we ], L. M. WHIDDEN & CO. . Squires Building .; : .

'. k I,. of that city are forced to.come hereor' the highest degree-the three. essentials an order out pjt' him even If I have. to showing- our just the kind of property you,you bYl:i New York Avenue: .L.

'. /f# their, grub; to make life happy. hang on to him for a week." -" desire. II. M. Breaker & Co. 24-tf| We assure you up-to-date service. ST. CLOUD i.I i.
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