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 11, 1911
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
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I Cape .Breeze on the fIT --r The Osceola County : .


'Boarr oF Trade' MeetingThe
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] ShoreofTohopekaliga; '!' i -. Fair Association y

Board:of'Trade will meet in regularsession ,
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} on Monday ,night, at 7:3O o'clock.in -,' II. 'f r"i j :\ .._..-, X ' "'z.'

A Most Beautiful and Picturesque Site and ,ila the council chamber,:: and an'.urgent appeal Organized, ;'-Here,, oh Monday' .t.tt Monster? Mass- 1

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I .Destined' to be tile; Leading. 'Residence Sec- i Is made to ....e9'?members to be,present, a* J !%meetlMR of Citlzens-CopUol Stock Placed '

matters of extreme importance; to the future atf, f

) lion -11t' or Arpund Kissimmee. welfare, and prosperity of.Kissimmee; will be 'J y -Thousand, Dollars',':

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J presented. As winter approaches we see ,
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.i It ,has for year. been wonder to sated their plans and intentions to makeit 'great ,necessity of malting arrangements:for .Th. call/of/ Mayor> H. stanford: for' named above; Colonel JCl ner and' W., "'.

' many people who come to our city why t the most beautiful and modern residence . the care.and keeping of' the'thousanda'who.. a meeting of citizens to be held In the H. King of ,St. :Cloud. Elmer Bass of a '
enterprising man did not purchase suburb to be found In any city in I : court house -
q some on' Monday for"the'pur Whittle
; y. w: Hill of Narcoosa Rob: y
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I will wit city duringthe next six months- ..e
'., the property on 'the like front just I Florida. The prices they-.re. charging our pow organizing a County Fair Asso:: art Donegan of Lanler.' -W. W. .Chandler
Belt Railway and for lots at below what and the longer this matter is delayed the more
south of the Sugar present are far elation,was answered by at least one and J. 'H.;,Walker of Bassinger.C.

east of the Atlantic' Coat Line tracks they can be purchased for 'in i few fatal will: .be.'our mistake.A hundred of 'the most representativemen S.: Acree of Campbell and John Bron- '
.and convert It.Into .modern and up-to- months' time, tor it is_ expected there this'COUllt ', and there
, Off ) :was! none son of Shingle Creek were appointed to
NELSON: President .
;' dat. residence :section; but when they will be a general rush to acquire homes : S. ? ''a11 that number. but Who was solicit subscriptions to .to k. . '

were informed that'the, property was there as soon as itJ/8en to what ex- H. CLAY STANFORD Secretary. ." willing,'- and .anxious' td do all ',in his These'gentlemen 'are, now'actively

some of the most valuable i in this city, tent the owner* are going to make .r rof power to make the proposed movementa engaged In soliciting subscriptions,, and

and that It would require a small for Cape Breeze a thing.of beauty and a success.The. from information received are '

tune to take It over, they at 'once saw joy to every resident.In T. meeting; was opened by Mayor meeting with the ,,greatest success, as"

that nothing short of a strong; financialCompany closing this article, a few words as Stanford at 3:30 o'clock, and that genUeman there are few men In the county who 1
\ could undertake the job. to who the owners of Cape Breeze are .
have
delivered
The Commissioners one of th. moat sensible refused to take;;one tor more
.* companyor firm-has will, we think, not be 'out of place. .
: But such a I business-like7: addresses ever Beard shares and the board:o'f directors anticipate .. ,
i iCjoate(!! to the front in the persons of Mr. R. H. Ludlam, the senior member In this city. He told 'in simple, yet that they will be,'able to call a'

Hours. Ludlam & MaeDonough, our\ of the firm\ is a graduate of engineering Will Old Jail forceful'' language the good our city meeting of stock: subscribers ',within
Repair
architects and our foremost from the University of Penn and '
leading among county had derived.Jrom; holding a iwe weeks' tlmei',to perfect the organzatlon. -
f business men., T e. sylvania, and came to Kissimmee about Trade Day heft on the 12th of July, .

" who are ever alive to any .ntlem.n'l,'one year ago from Philadelphia. Re Ii.. --- \ and of the wondsrf C_mount of good The press all over Florida'has editorIally .. '

: ,o.ltion of merit and who have an not only a pas maater in his profession, : Purchase of Abstract Books Referred to Committee that would,result from real fair held noticed the attempt of the people '+

ing faith in.Klasimmee's becoming the :but is one of our most successful contractors during the coming winter. He .COID. of this county.to organize -a fair asaow: ; ,

metropolis of inland Florida within_ J' and builders, as well as a businessnan ' Consisting of J;!3. L..L esley, E. L. D. Over- mended that a stock company be nation! ; and in each Instance declared J

few were quick to see that r of rare ability and absolute formed I that failure has never'' r
.' very years I I and Bass. with, ample capital to Insure yet found its
street
in time our lake shorejwoyld', become honesty and integritySince coming Ackies fuccess, as it would be necessary to way Into this section. ') C'p1,

:. the place 'of residence of people who I'I'I [here he has handled some"large propositions -I purchase at least ':teen- acm of W. desire to urge upon our people "

; were able to own homes where they and in each instance has proven -The--County Commii'ioners at their fore the meeting was the purchase of ground and erect suitable buildings the necessity of being liberal in their +Irryrr'

could -enjoy__-peaceful--restand
from the noise anN! strife of thecitywuid Mr. G. it. MacDonou the junior the question of the building of a new petition signed by more than two- care of live stock, that he thoughTlne ?#' ;

\f at the same time have that ',,, member of this successful firm, is a jail by deciding to repair the one now thirds of the registered voters of the shares should. placed/ at .tea dollars to purchase ground' and build houses N,'' Y i

.pleasing view of one of nature's greatest young man of -oTiiy thirty summers on in use to the extent of making it conform county was presented,'asking the Commissioners each, and every man In the county l invited necessary to- hold a fair"is keeping ,

basu ties'and blessings-Lake Toho- this mundane sphere but in that brief to the state law in every particular to make this purchase but to subscribe for one or more. with the progress our county his made '

pekalifra-the lake from which ever period has arisen to a rank in the eoctali which provides for t separation Mr. W. B. Crawford, acting in the ca: After paying glorious tribute to the and is making -In the manner of In-

blow breezes that not only fan the heat i i and business world''Ildom attained by ot the races as well as the sexes. paclty of county attorney, stated thatas many and varied resources of our county creased population and agricultural development =

from the summer's sun, but instill life men many years his senior. He is also At the July meeting of the Commissioners Mr. P. A.'Vans Agnew was interest'; and'the enterprising and progressive If the directors should decide '

and vigor into the most weary. I I air architect, being a graduate of one two of their number.were delegated ed financially in the Osceola Abstract spirit of 'our peopl., Mr. Stanford declared to hold this fair In January, our'

These gentlemen have acquired all of the best colleges in the country, and to procure plans looking to the Co., he would request in that gentleman a motion to be in order for the groves and gardens will be at their;

that property lying south of the Sugar possesses a bu.inesslnstlnct to a marked repairing of the old jail, and that com- '* name, thkt the board secure advice election of a chairman of the meeting. best, and there j its ''no. section of the "

Belt, east of the A. C, L. tracks and degree. Mr. MacDonough also came mittee sought and obtained the services from WIDe other attorney to the Hon. CVA. Carson nominated Mayor South that can excel Osceola county in

north of Drury avenue and a small portion from Philadelphia about a year ago, of Messrs. Ludlam & MacDonough, law In this matter, which 'course was Stanford for.that position, and he was a dl.pl.y.of'frulta, and vegetables And t

south of that avenue, which they I and at once took a high, rank amongour our leading local architects, who furnished adopted by the the board, the Whole unanimously elected, aa wa Mr. S. J. the same can be said of "Mock and field

have laid out into lots, with streets and prof essiopal and business men,which a/set of plans and specificationsthat matter was referred to Commissioners Triplett to 'the position of secretary, crops, u'_durinC' the
avenues, with a triangular plot left fora he still retains lit is thoroughly reli- toe commissioners, as a,'body, accepted Lesley..Overstreet and Ackie, Bass to on motion of Mr.- john M. Lee: many of our people have added blooded

park. Along the lake'shore they will able, and when he makes a statementit with little hesitancy. Thisis use their' .best' judgment in the prem Several gentlemen delivered.;stirring cattle and.hogs.to their herds;'and hun: *!

build a wall thirteen hundred feet long is accepted as a fact. possibly, the best solution of ises. addresses, all followingthe plan out- dreds' if farmers have moved ''here, "t

of reinforced Concrete with steps leadIng i HAPPY this que.tionI and during the week There"were several new county roatpropositions lined by Chairman Stanford, notably from the West and begun'the cultivation :. '
two hun- A ENDING there have he'n expressions before the Board, all of: of small tracts.'
to the water level at every many among whom were Messrs. C. A.. Carson -
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dred feet. The base of this wall will be of approval by our people of the Com- ,which were ei.tner acted upon or referred -, SVB. Aultman, A. S. Nelson and The opportunity has arrived for'our

3X3U1 feet with reinforcement-bars To a Mutual Love of Two of Our missioners' action. The cost of the repairs to the Commissioners' representing "Arthur E.. Donegan. Without excep- people.to let the 'work! know of the t'
be built solid and changes provided for in the the 'district In which the new wonderful possibilities and opportunities. 'ft'
built in, the upper wall to tion these gentlemen, who stand In the
on a base to a height of.-six feet. narrowing Young People. plans or-Messrs. Ludlam and MacDon road was asked for. front rank of Osceola county's social that. Osceola county offers the"-home- "

to sixteen inches: atthe: top.. Saturday night at Lakeland was enacted ouch will' be _about five thousand fivebundred ' The usual routine, business, < such as and business life advocated .In:, the seeker and investor, apd we' should ;,e

k Mermaid Boulevard, which is the prin- the ,:closing scene In a love romance dollars, and when tbese.re'\ auditing bills and making allowancesfor strongest f terms the' formation o>{ a take achant g 'of'lt by a liberal subscription
month '
clpal thoroughfare of'Cape Breete.(the that has!' 'existed for' many made, our! jail will< compare1) favorablywith when the the next Commissioners, was adjourned transacted to, stock company for the purpose of hold. towards holding a fair In Klssimmee .

name Messrs.. Ludlam & MacDonough months, when Mr, W. 'H'Patrick was many ,in the"itato.< >. meet again in regular aes.lon.on, the Ing a fair in .this city duHng the coming this winter. < .< .**,};,*. ,

,.have Riven this addition tQ Kissimmee). married to.Miss Ruth', Oyerstreet Rev. 'Another-very important, matter be* first Monday in September.; ' : 'wmterr, and every winter there- "

will\ be one hundred feet wide* and will| W. K. Piner 'Of the Methodist church I after. j .. KISSlMMEt,' DAIRY
,
the *
contain grass plots and trees its entire performing ceremony. To get thertemper of the meeting as
length as wiirall the streets. and ave Miss Overstreet had been on a visit whole S. J. moved thatit P' "
Pave Broadway a Mr. Triplett
nues. The sidewalks will be of concrete toper sister at Fort Meade for some Wi7Z was the sense of -those'present that 1 Is One of the Cleanest and Most ,, 1, Y

and ten feet wide, with grass plots on weeks and on Sunday Mr Patrick i in the
steps be at once taken to form a- permanent .Modern ,State..
the tide extending to. the curb; while went to. that city, and together they
fair association and
the streets will be laid with marl and started:! for Kissimmee, but decided the With Vitrified Brick every man Iri.company with Dr. M. J. Hicks, '
. arose to his feet in answer to the cb.lr.man'
who is the local state health officer
will abut every time of a life of single blessedness had arepte.entlve
curbs and
concrete gutters call for votes In the affirmative!
sidewalk. about run its l limit, and therefore they \.. JLUJCity of the Valley Gazette E+,
Mr. Carson then moved that
a com-
stopped over in Lakeland and were paid a visit to the Kissimmee Model .'
Recognizing that the most essential Council Passes a Resolution Asking for Bids mittqe of five be appointed to nominatea ,yr
made man and wife, reaching this cityat Dairy, on last Saturday afterneeo-aod
thing for'the beauty of and pleasure of That Cattle Will Continue board of directors, to be composed.of it This''
midnight. for Purpose- to Run gave a thorough inspection. .
rot living in a well-appointed residence suburb seven members, to make all arrangements ,
Miss Overstreet is the youngest dairy, which Is owned by 1;)r. W. W.
is a sightly park, Messrs. Ludlam daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. N. Over- at Large on Our Streets. looking to the organization of a Carson and Mr. Tired Oliver, the ratter

I & MacDonough have made ample provision street, and sister of Tax Assessor J. L. I permanent fair association, said boardto being the manager, is located OH Vine '"
along that line and have laid outa Overstreet. She was born and rearedin call a meeting-of all those who had '
of' '
section of ground for that purpose this section, and alt her. fife- _IheJ1.. It was an extremely interesting see; our_streets_ .t.any.ttmeof day or night; subscribed for stock, at u early a date street just at the edge the city limits
been.regarded -one of the mostper-, Council and comprises onr hundred acres. of
sion held Vans
as- the
Tuesday City written
City Attorney AgnewHn a
10 view.otalmost end the work
that will be within the this- i as practicable, to the that nece.sary houses.
ever ptoduced land and til
feet girls country : .
I .. III which will be night although it was an adjourned opinion, ruled that the vote by and set g,
,, very resident! ; park as a young lady she was usually spoken could be concluded a permanent When the Inspection.was made, the 1cows ,
planted tree. and flowers, the whole to of as most beautiful, both .In face and meeting, and we are more than pleasedto which said ordinance was passed at the of officers and directors elected. This

be enclosed with a concrete curbing.. character, and is a general favorite state that the question of paving meeting in July was illegally cast, and motion prevailed, and the chair' appointed ' were being avdthe milked, of- which there. '
with all our people. Broadway with vitrified! brick has about in deference to chat opinion the Council |ar. thirty, house in which that ,
in Cape '
house Arthur E.
j There Will not be a Patrick Messrs. Donegan,
Mr. is the Is a'
one qf prominent work with
was going on provided
Breeze will have a splendid reached a successful conclusion.It Immediately passed the rescinding or"dinance. S. B. Aultman.A. Car
but what young business men- of Florida, at present : Jno. M. Lee. floor
with the
concrete a .In
groove
F view of the lake, for the reckon that being, chief clerk in the freight de- w. generally understood that the From'expressions of some of son and C. S. Acre as such committee.
tHis' ot the A. C. L. matter of would the members the Council middle of the floor on each side of (he ',.
the plot on which this msgnittcenn suburb partment at place paving Broadway come of It is not These gentlemen repaired to the ahte- '
He stands high In the ranks Of ourfraternal head stalls, put there so that the entire I
, Is situated is semi-circular in shape. up at this meeting, so it was no surprise probable that this question will be pre room and in a short time reported the tr
orders, and npne( has a more substantial Councilman floor could be flooded and drainedof yar
The distinctive difference between social prominence. i when Dann, who is sented again for sometime, as mattersof names of H. C. Stanford, E. L. Lesley and

Cape Breeze and the usual run of residence Their_ home will be in this city, and chairman of the street committee and extreme importance to the welfare A. S. Nelson Jno. M. Lee, .L. II. all dirt droppings. The milk Is r '
sections the market for all our people wish for them a long, who has devoted much time and labor of Kiasimmee will engage their attention J. and J S. Stratton -gtrained'twic. before It I Is drawn-off n
placed on Cohoon...$, Iriplett i
taking
into bottles tee
In .
happy and useful "life. which. the straining place
toward and to for months to
the work devitingways means come.
sale ia i that do all their thoroughly r'flst
> lU owners Gazette heartily joins as men in opinion
i ..I "i and bear i&& ) expense of laying sidewalks I Valley further beautify and improve our At the July meeting of the Council, qualified to fill the positions of temporary 'in a fly-proof covered wire>ajrer.and The cans carriedto are ,
then
:: -tightly
marlin streets.- offered a" resolution to the a motion was passed requesting: the V
and planting and elected
streets directors
they were
,
r 'i7t''; ''I, SWEET: POTATO effect "bids be asked to be at and the milk, .which is also screened, ,
i 'trees, so that the only money a lot purchaser that at once fqr to city attorney present each There being no further business, on "
w+ will be called on to expend will pave> Broadway _with vitrified brick, every regular meeting, and that gentleman motion of Mr. C. A. Carson, the meet from flies and has a cement floor and .*.

be for the building of his residence.Every Weighing Seven Pounds Presentedto beginning at the rear of ,the Waters presented the members with his Ing adjonrned subject to the call of the there prepared tor sale to extra'cleanl customers. .

: lot.will be put 16 perf.ct'condition & Carson Grocery Co. building on Emmett answer,which was to the effect that hi. chairman. I While we allow' for en. ;
the Gazette.
Valley itreet rfnd to business was of such .a nature that a ness'at the dairy on the jMcaalon of our '
work extending the north
there wfll 1 be little
\ fact
.in
.
The board of directors met at the 'from
Hon. C. S. visit still we could .ee the -
Acres our representativein with general
side of Dakin avenue and Dakin avenue compliance their order was imposaibleand
along that line necessary, as the ground :A. S. Nelson ..n '
at
office of Mr. early
the legislature from this .county, tip that it hi.. surroundings .that It was one of
,, is perfectly smooth and even and just to the A. C. L. railroad also to place a further, -rhe felt -
1 to of.good drainage. : the scales at considerably over two curbing around the center of'Broadway ; duty, and bad..done so for some time, hour on Monday night, and at 'once the cleanest and best appointed It (aa f
r, rolling enough permit went into an organization by the election '
'J 0.! hundred pounds, therefore h. believe the distance of_ each block paved, the to call the Council' attention to the ever been' our pleasure! to inspect' The o
Jj r, 'r' in dealing in only big things. This rule )nside of said curbing 'to- be madVfhlo I exceedingly small salary he was paid of H. C* Stanford chairman and S. owners of this dairy, are entiUed -to 'i

The "Work.of clearing the alto of Cape ,, he even carries out in the growing of a park of flower*and'evergreens, Mr. i for his services- and added that the J. Triplett secretary. After some discussion every praise for the work they have. ,
. Breeze of all uP.S6ruah and weeds and it was unanimously decided '
add crops and vegetables, and last Sat Dann has figured from, every point of Council could use its own- discretion! in -done towards tarnishing our people, rf.t4
of tEe trees is nearly completed I .of
f' the pruning unlay sent the Gazette that the name organization with 'pure milk; and deserve a most Kb-- ,
l Valley a swee the compacts .. 'to how this paving accepting his resignation or increasing *jHSJT
and the "making of blocks for should be the Osceola Fair Association
County

potat.of the Nancy Hall variety that could be beet and cheapest done, and his salary. It is needless to say, that eral patronage from all our people,, for ,
; the wall will begirt just as soon as and that the capital stock tr
,
sea '
inches
weighed 7 pounds aril/ was 16f other 'members ibis the Council lost no time in doubling thaofficer's of necessity theirmilk'must' be purerrthan
I the cement! arrive., which: It Is expect- long and 141 Inches in circumference the '. recognizing l should be placed at $25,000, at a par that'obtained from; cows that nut
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fact .-oted for the resolution without salary, as every" member of: ;
and that Tnisrpotato, Mr..Aeree states, wtisdiur"by ; ,, and noD-......
.i'ed to do next week, as soon as Value of f 10 per share at and eat and
i' everything'that
}h' his little ten-year-old daughter, question.. By far the larger part of the that body knew that In P. A.; Vaus Agnew large any '
) 'finished a dredge will be placed l In the who never once, thought it was of nn credit for.. this,, most advanced step inthe I they had .a' counselor and advisorthalj.was.aafe able; that the secretary write the several comes to their way;: .. : .""
lake! to pump sand onto. the"Jaw lands usual size,'and without,any attempt to line of progress is due to.Mr.-Dana,- ,.sane,capable and boa !.fair associations in the state ask. w
y }i' until: 81.re brought to t*..: height of] hunt for the ".bl.t" in th. hill; also forM has never wavered moment in est and who had on many occasions ing for a copy of. their articles of Incorporation Messrs. H, W.; JCimes and R. C. : 3.Wefdler r

; .""T't5. :mild' Dody7'.-TMfw rsr Unexpected that 1t..1O'OWU 111'.IV'tuaat':; had hit tight-tor -* better-cltyra-: leaner .worked in t emson-xn been for-over and beautiful city: ItUunderstood the city's welfare without s>;.reward .
to-.constant' use fifty city a more <
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last t
\ Kisslmmee Friday prwpeetlaa..J.our'
, p".t 1\: to completed not later than early yearsnan? ; evidence ,that; the plant life that"the -paving of these or the'hope of reward.; 'i"'j*j "'1 ; and to obtain such other Information a d.""
.. .TiM of enforcing. sidewalkordinance 'as-would: .be,.of to the directors :and are apendlhg...thls week' !:
-uae
..-nelt4apdog... to the"eoil bereabouta never di...- princlpal>thorpaRhfarea Ill .betria- .-- natter : ,....
''V- Maps of Cape Breeze can be Hen at i Mr.'Acree is one of the most successful soon as the details can be .anangect-and was referred to the street making a complete report to Investigating conditions;,'' hereabout :.v-- > r
farmers.-irt this a.ctiooandsaf the contract Is let.:'.. j. committee,J''with.instructions.. to.thor- with view to permanently locating J
Mac- a }
i '.the office of Messrs. Ludlam &: Importsnt: the law at the meeting, to be held at later date;' : __l j;,
oughly-investigate passed
that b. know. of.'no business that will AnothH..seeedl. : action i< --"
: expressedthemselvesas more
ic the State Bank--building, e'at the last session of legislature at which. a :"permanent"organizationWould They ;
: return the ._ .interest on the money taken bJ'.tM this session per. ' :'
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room II, and these gentlemen will tak.s' Invested as- the 'growing of field crop was the repealing of the ordinance taming to that subject;, and report to '. be effected. ??*< ,:% than pleased,with'what they: .have seen .

pleasure in explaining to anyone iDter1' and Tegf, tables., .. ->V. prohibiting cattle running: ,at large,on .tbe'toext,IID"tinc.th"r! conclusions.,; , In 'addition, 'to'the'seven:. ;.directors..._.fu. : 1 : ,, ,....,;;. ,
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,i -* ) ,oaorMlOOlia: S oraorao: oraooo.>> quested to .give' a written opinion ,elatins NotIce.' of,"Administrator. I cam." not exceeding- on. (ajlpn of(UOUD"y b
,'- PROCEEDINGS OF due or naplha may b. kept la a building wj|
I -' .. '. c. A: ,CAR3ON. i.A.: CRAN.oRJ. ). 8. L. 1JPFEL5EtaS to same at nexttaeetingof. Council. -. Jo Court of the ConntT Judge;SluUt'of Florida' I out a permltlh..for.and cot 'exoaedToj. a,

;. Id.nt'. ..IdeDt.. Secntar7' Motion carried. :111 r.' E l.t. of -Catherine atvrtvvant, D.- I .gallon.may be kept oulalde a bntldfur
.T\Mo
.
Its
special therefor
"..oed..Oaooola CollnlT. I obtaining1, a permit '
'j, ,,( THE .CITYCOUNOIL: On motion It was so ordered that the Nnllo. .. beNbl gyei71 -alFwhom It Snag I tI. A permit for the manufacture of .
: 0000srp., that od the Il1th dcv of December. A.D. ..I from ganollua, beuslne or naptba ball om\\ .::
-: _clerk notify,the city _attorney th'at.1\is ISIS I absifapply! 70 hi honorable tJ..o )/'. 1 lieu where the .uppl lank .. oatalal,
.rk..r: ".dlf. 01 paid Court, is Judge of 1'- I building sal l lIf In axcear of six (6) Ba.u.
'KISSiMMEE'' LUMBER CO. -. the...will: of the Council that he? attendall bit..."iitf"in"f nal'dii 'hirgeoltb. All Adlnlnl"trator I capaoltv underground leant two fet. or.lJJI
I regular and adjourned meetings of Ktl of C therlnprawxl. A.' 8Iurt..nt. 40- I in a bulldlnir fielded from all other bnUdinaaJ
Kissimmee Fla., Aug. 1, 1911.. and thai at (tie same it BIB I ..'lilpr '''nt I and uwd c.eltisl1Iy for manufactnilng aaP
The 'council"me in ) the! Counell . ,*' ,. my finM aocountt, 5(5( 'A<1iulnl,tmtor> ot kald I ...*, ,aalit %building. to be removed a dletanoa ,of
J regular-session, ., ,. their I nOlle.. than Shiny feet from all'olher bmw' ,
. motion that.-Ittr ''' and aak for aiproval.24onc |
On f it J
: .. there being present. W. B. Maklnson, was,so order Dalaut "June 5. A. D. 11111. I Inira. atroela. fir publlo plaoei'In aooordaoo.wltn ..'
": t & II. Jenkins be employed set N.J./ CA.UFDN. I Site 1.1cc auU.capacity( ; of lha supply.
4. Rough and Dressed tt- president;, J. M. llansell, 'J.: C. Moore a nv-tinu AJiniu-Hirntor. I gonerailog apparatila.I JJ
; stakes/on>> streets abutting Sa'vage prop I 7. All, apparatus naed for generating 1
C W. Darin H. M. Breaker and J.'- 1 "1"1 ------ .
V I holding aoetylene gas hall b. ao .onitrnoid. 1
.R.- Gilbert.! clerk. erty ]In Drought's'addition.. C located and used aa, to secure lUe irrni ..ifmeuureof
Qn motion duly.sconded special Application. for Final Discharge. I aafutjr; all aucb apparmtu t.o htrJo, vtatvd
; r Th; of lat A "'"' ,
PINELTJ1V1BR minutes meetings were 1 outsIde of oocupied Intluilna >
committee composed of members of In Court of thetounty lod...., PtaO of Florida.Q.eeols I B. Xo; penult to> be laaued lor tba .tora|. oj J
read and approved.Reports . . : County In r. .batata of Tima \ ssa. I keeping for aela or naa of gasolIne, benal" or
of officers Conncil, vie.:: H. .M. Breaker, J. M. dno'd niiptba In bulk aava In u,4..rJround (bnrM t la f,
'. I examinedand : Holloa U hereby .given, to all whom It may con. I
4' were ) wltfi
i tauka. ononlanjt
Jianselt and J. C. Moore were appoint. ISIS "ti''I'"l1dl.OI,1II1) no *lI
_ _ _ approved. earn that on th.l0Lh clay of January. A.. I LI. itlrawliiKon'coDlvnui below the level of
the
... ed to advid' with the city in 1 shall !apply to the Horc.rable I.. 'reIn by '
but U
attorney 'UUU. ) > drawn puiDp.S.4
;
: 1 Bills were approv"ed and ordered paid J ud..,.01 _Id Court a* Judge "f Probate for aflnaldlachanra vlik d with ventllVxUtndlUK !
SPECIALTY : lank. tinseL be pM> a laiint
HOUSE. BILLS A PIN i i'a'
the of
follows regard to ondemning old building; on aa ailmmlalrator "f .I.te aa high.. (I.. roofa of tbe .
. I as : Tim. B...... da..eaaeil. ; and that at the annie time I tip and ucb tank .11rI
end of city'oio k and move old sunken will preaent my final account* Ha arlmlnlHtratur of I ruunilliiK( tiulldinm uo captbla
H C H.nUjr<1. salary .. mayor -I 10 ((10> said .tate. and ask for thrlr api.roo'aLl'at..d ot oouiafiiliig more thin IflMjralloiia will
'
and to of Ill
boats improve surroundings e'rin1l .,within. HO (er at bWTnlmga,bu. /
aoraor >>aor R A Snyder, Milary lyi. martihal r>0 (I K() dock \ July J ''CR D 1(111.( I IK : iuch tank coutalnlnR I I.e than \to nlloui a, ff,

.' K A Sirder. coat . . V generally. I3ASS. Sr Administrator roiH-rlT buriod uudut jrouuil J*e
| 60It 2S-1 mol1moaNotice< 1 I', | : :: way localel'iilthln 1 .
:; : :
-t = ASoydtr. feuu0iogprlsouers 1 mui 2000 Upon request, the tax sale certificates ten ftMJ io oihtr butidluga. ..
.. ---- 1 I li. NomewhantI4rOItietPt'ThOfl .shall kaamlon ..
S : ; 4- Goo FlHlu-r. Milarv aa police :r... or on bti premlaea. '

3 Z Rob r.on. lainHH trenaurer 4' 00. against lots I C and 6, block 10 of Rots of Administrator. '''within( the llr.... mIte. more lhan (w.OI"'II.. !I' ,
,
at *
nf dynamite an
J R Gilbert salary us clerk 5(1(0 ixiiinila powiivr or ona tin A
addition, were allowed redeemed upon :n Court of Lonnt, )' .1 Vudira. Mali' of f' Florida. In slut ihla qnaiitlty "hall be kept) In a aafa or aa. 1
W B Makinwn ...1.. nidvrman. 3 meet a I 00 r..Ji.te..1: Stella I". right Dwt'ifUfl ce* ure $In. ulxix or "alll..ter o".inpl(.;.l, 01....... >j
LET US DO YOUR J C Moore alary an alderman. I meet I uo payment of ten dollars including coat oil C<,nnt)'. No po-MMi or pprautia shall\ aeud to or dulj.Ii. ...1

II M Crtaker Hal as alderman it I meet 3 00l' of cancelling same. Nolifu<; in herd. bjr Kveti* to .11: bom itulycontfru this City any powder of dyuamlMconcealed '
I lInt on ,die (Ith d.1 T ,uf,' Jmiuarv 4. i i1BU I' Iu atiy" box orliairel or In any other maanefpnnuirtliiR .
Si lIeueeIlel a*aldornmn 2 to..el'go 2 (XI> There 1 Hlwll ..uui..I"'u""I" .tdmluUtratorof . othtr artkle under '
; VULCANIZING -. I : being no further business, the I prvwoil' In> I UN to beany pea.
C W r>nnn. eel ai aldurnmu 2 meeting J (00( the cMtHtt. of Sidle, ".. Wright cIty p \\' C Tanner I clay extra police I r.o I board adjourned to tneet again In adjourned d.... ...el. to the Houornt, | I.,... K 1'writer. all, ItI.... to the line bnK| >Hvd for violatloiof.'
Ju, Ellis Crowe. I day extra police I VI I j session Tuesday, August 8,- at
1 for theIr ,ipt>rot al i iu. N" iMTa S We have a first-clas. plant with expert work. Fraternity Hall rent to Aug l bt Id 'no() 7:30 p. rt. DNt4i. July 1. ... D. 10 ]I. I hint prurnrliiR a |Permit or llrvnao therafor ashvrelu
Kim Tale-phone Co phone rent Aug Jut 1 50 A E.I 1)iOI11( provlile.l ahall wlllilu tb. ara llnluof ..
work and turned W. B. MAKINSON President.. .74.-I ,no."d Alijilu lot inauufaiture. L
men. in 'ehuge. All guaranteed J G ;Carver. drayaire for trade .
In :
J. GIlLBERT Clerk. keep| for nae any part or tnaaufao. Ll
; from Prices Mach Broil. teaing-for 1 f 0 --- ---- --- -- - - -- that will free Inflammable/??
out within 24 hours receipt. reasona.ble. city < lure. anv irl>ide an !
S C A Coif 2 JX>:.loe badKe* 2 00 I .:. Notice of Application for Tax Deed tan b>' ..Outset nun water. .' KII
Ful line of Tires, Tubes, Pat he. and Automobile RODS Orave,,",. mdie 4 1 20 I .. Under Section 574 ind 575 A iwrnill, majr be IKKUIH. for the atornJ J
< nr k"'pllllol for ale of oaloluin car bid. la water.
: Supplie. O"tcola I urn l>i-r Co. lumber 4 "" I I BILIOUS SPELLS General Statutes of the State of .light un-tal ian liavln a capacity of not,..]
\Uacrola JourniTl" printing .- 7i ,4',014i14( (site hundred (lui) i>i>unda each, UMJ
J Z Uoberaon, orilw paid tor 01 work 2Uk 3M Florida. "lrr.-gate( | iiuavtlty! not U cxcetnl aix hamlrai, ;

4: .i.h Br........'.....!) for ntr'e..t \ ork -0 noL -I NO LONGER DANGEROUS I"ull'e I. h..r..I) Ki IOu I lintV.. W. Cl.ri.. to'' ((it l.ul.i K'-i 1|.miiicl Ktonnl.. proUded In a dry Dint wCt-erpruolwelI mch cam ofcar-vni'HnlHtwl ,'.

San Juan Garage Co. II Intcrain tuarnx for xtrtil work Z-! 00 I chn.er of Ta.. &',-rtlll-lo :No d"I,1 ili-. ,.''h. : "I|.lm-< and uot more than one bmk'NI'ItIIIS'e .
\ I I' IM', hH' tllt',1 "hl
lIlly ofJuly A. t NIIIlI'ult.I' oil. the prcinlaea at lima
TN Klhl work on riw'rMiir Cull furnn.III 'dok () ,ttle nOt l ktpl anr.6n. ,
'ill III) ( hUM m.I "I'III-ft.loll( (fur I ft II the Imil.llnll I. used . ..
\ Orlando Fla. 1 o, Johnson.. (0,1] HH! Hint* ,of Mntvr plum ''Hi I 00 i iI Dodson'i Liver-Tone if a Safe Medicine I I'1',1' tu i..lle, 4 in HI'' or.hlu'I. (Ith I 1'1\\ ...III.rtUl IH Il.flornn'. <>( ,aUluui carbide, and If"It .4eo t"' "I
:
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ti ,
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( eXnl.rs' till 'foll 10.. .1'"h,1
., llilri ( >t 'from other biiIldlnI'
'hllIt leant H..ry Niutnn .I"! flrenmii .terl,1 I 1 IS in ) ;
,
I to Take the Place of Too Powerful "ru"rlllIftl.,1 III O---lIm l'oUIII,' 111,101".
I 04. nI I ten pinnU, limy lie .ny" \>r tha
'J KUiltxrt. c xprc-s mid.. stampi) 4 n// "" ,,'It The lIon th'a'l '(Jtltrt' r 0'' II.,.. uorlh. < D"u,<-il)II..r( ih.. lvraii' In i| : linker I llouudtt ( o. I buck" anil. <.t.menl' 21' s CalomeL lW-nt qillirter: of iii-; 'iitJ:tl-flMt::( 'I( 'Tu'': J, : ,l M$I II.MIII.IK mid itt < xiedliia 1 2!O"O
;
(1,1,1, 11 T.wtlcIJ( ;. 9. 8, ( otIC, 2 to' : : ; ::: ::;
I alorrd '
.I / > l ihoiKlcluni ri.l.tr l In in
joitSTe.n.rd..r imlil( \ 1'Ilitt I ( OUt nIl t :'111 I ....... i.r.a-il I tfl J Ji
sail l.u,1 ( .1 I.
hig i.l' t4.'lOt .1 t --to In sealed. .
I MivdiMK I 10(1' pound |>iillMiKo> IIi
W B Mil k(nuoui ( o. tiHlMG WI att' 'r.|.Innt .1 1 <1.11*' HIM( .* of' Much i-i-ri it(!li-ott-' III lii- ,,' I"hn
_ _ _ _ _ _. _ _ _ _ _ ,I In the days when calomel was the only .... ,,,,, "In"p- i IKhi I, (hIll,t r'l.ei.tel'l-s. Iu MII'h but
O-tcoln I IId\\I I ( '' MrUlh'a.1.( I t e.rtll'e"lt.h,11' ,( I" i'h'eIJOII
--- : M iH-pliiK: i i inHiim I etc '0'Jiaf I Il II ri In'lal, I liKlii i i>r I Ire 0?h.'r than lnoi..ude.
l i liver remedy a torpid liver or a speil,) < H..o..II"1' ''t> 111III.. Or.- SI ,,'I J I'.IH'h..ou tw ," !
( < :Ijtiikhlin I j sal an H<'H\I'tiger |W I tm' , iliitrli( khall( I' ilittCli. II. i
()( ( ollth. Mill (Uof. K $"i*>(. \ I I' '"' 1 I. Alt I I DrtnN u; corporation (
Y' : ......................... I HUSH I lei( Mi(ijrnvsnids L(Ut I of biliousness-was is a} powerful a serious mineral thing substance Calomel ,klultiini'ui..riic\% it,in-h* niv limn, ,I ), ,linn AIK,: ,171'i! ? I h,?lIi:!H\ittikniiturt.' o..1 l' Jo(:i .v. \< H I''! i t'ninplv nliimiiio,, (|p-rn.ils with i"hull>r violiitliiir, I I.H fI"nil any twenty of lha tt il.HttT)io1( iitlil i

!.
.5 4v K... Auto. d,'. milHo. for )E I.Plunt 200 HI: lniDut-H( (Ill ui'tr unit' \t-re hey told iHiraou, flow jur ;
; EMIL MACH ERNEST MACH that compels the liver, no matter how [p..I( l 'Utlll'l I E: I'()\i..AN" tfiriHirnllon I': : i-hnll :;, (ml -r offendIhifc .
10.1) V.l0Ilu. clrajngo fi t: I I. !Dant 7 ."0 Clerk c ic.cnit i <"urt, ? ( I., "<.IH I ,,'(ut("f\' tn,, . *
. iMliunni.1 thou inlit effect and
A.tl't..d.r4 Oil Co.. 4 weak it IB to do its work but does I i ou anr
Yr.d :MoljtUKlilln( lraynK for I ELI' IJtJ
G HarMj ilri>\niif for K I J. P 7. nothing to strengthen the liver: and a I I..d. in o].en'.., M-Hion thin ith day of "July;t ]
: .A..Ca: :::: :a i 0 S --- --- -,--- A
: .. W..fllltll'r.. l\ntij cd for line, H ork "> !.' large dose-sometimes the usual J .I 1 I Paul, mat*'rial! and I labor ELI' .
I INiU I""' Ordinance Pr< .ldcii. salivation. Uodson's Liver
bunk of KIMH. foreut -_ 7.' 27l may cause .\ _-

; H : Livery, Feed and Stile table : l rloriln, Hcrtrii. Co m (lei(I IKi.ui Tone is a builder that slr'ngthel1the; t ifl"rnjntf, 'the MII HI"if,,,< lurt "t",ttln'. *itlt mil, \\if\ of
( rk tl t Kloalmmee
-E\J.I M Itf
.
I.utubt'r l ". HUbH for I-: 1 I. I' I 1J >10 0( I liver while making it tlo its work. It is I... ..t ( nml'UMiMf, h \t.10.1'1 . "r I'titim.tunMHt .\i.\ .I J7i'li, 1 by of Inly. A. l II. UIIL P
I ] |
: <,.rHs| ] within tht) I ,, \ .11I1I'1\\ : :
- in Limit1f f K KHIID' : '
Agt. Itttertttttiq1toJ Hnrycst.iig Co. 4 C IlaiiKell. WOOl( for hip 1 ;*. 5 entirely vegetable pleasant to take has IIMH.TCc llV HI AI>>OKI>
: .. .10.J i Sin, ui the llvof KI'.louDe
br
__ KJU llaiawll, -II I ;4 bad I 'it urdn1ni.fl IT 'the i it\ Coizuiot,. it tu. I i. (ilj I
t rI-c. no after-effect and is perfectly SUite __ ...
,;
N li Harris of Hiftkimtm't r"urlo\\ n'
( ) S : LL :r:1: S :SE::: "'V"'Y :S: ::TLJ: Q.I : .. -at WM eel) for children as well as grown people. 1. tW-tniU uud 11c0610therl'n\ provl.I-i i .1 for
I H '. ,
Camon ; Notice of Apphcation forTax Deed
I fr1j 2 tq In. tiMiifxl I '" HI''i|'In' riucii I in \\ nil!I Toth ; :
? C B Hanscll polc for ELI'I' hO IO You don't have to be careful what you < fly! 4'o.olli/"I"I/I. f K lout('Ill.r ii'.-..' / Under Section 574' and 61
j and first cla.ss. We :
Everything new render and 4
prompt ,
r \\ A Joiner HAl) ax ut of E L P 115 (00) eat. r TheCitT i < otm<-tl recerrtthe i-itChl. If ht

t satisfactory service day or nilht.{ 4 a E ,.l-ardni-r salary HBeuuinvtrof E: LP "J: (00 I I Kissimmee Drug Co. will sell you a any I I lime require In \it It.* to JutlKtm.1,0191 null the nlI pii/ihc; 1 \to the Hnfttinhall r.- General Statutes of the State of i'

I Will Drib iu' an flrcinaii. E: I L p 4'. 00 quirt'IDL.ut, H or rt...trit'tion*> ncn'ln )>r<>>>('rin,I ,'*l lU4 Florida.
QNE HALF BLOCK FROM PASSENGER DEPOT $ J R G.IL..rt..l an col IlKlit) .0') water '.0 miCDLnln I I bottle and guarantee it to give you perfect .fore the ezil nit'ton of mi> 1'. nil.It.or lit.t.tint. :Ni,ll.>.r In lien'by iflren that, J. W. Thompson, ,
I satisfaction. granted heruundrr and t.. rtMjiim, ( t otnpllHiii .. Ilt\f.h..r, of (ritlfli-ale, No 4J. dated ma
lInt ork '. 'J If it doesn't you can \ Tax tIn
5' :: J88i"uuee FItt. Photte. 113 3"O with BU",<'h Hint ndiutnt or Htidillont11 -. ) of JuH I A. I'. I lOll'. baa filed. ald certlflralaif.
,. : I > ('am"". liuta( work s 1 io "5 get your money back simply by asking .:. }'.. On' tt'rni "exploit'** lompouii'l or I In', mollli'! i- ant) ban made Hpvllcallou forTai
mixture IH "meant RUT < ,>Miiil Hitvtnro I , : :: : : i
I for oinp or I lit i tl I to KNiii I 111 a<' '.,91(tfl('( with I taw -

__j .................... ......4I 0 Following is treasurer's report formonth -..it 4Ni'mint.ble of of waesns<'nu,.t HU iltf.I Ciloe.i n nu tdtn:|:iuut, aii'l( vloknt'' Kieni, I(Im k1 ru-ft 1<**\>>i iof : 'rrth.100,1, SoIl I I etrtifbat.unlrsluig I. lyliiK anil ,Ix-lng the)n (the following\ County de-oft"",.

of July : / --- - - -- trtwiure () rHpld coin>>",utioti or .I".ml") on (n-ii.iln..Stole "I Morlila! lo-ult lrf' . t tell |
--- -- Itlou IJ"o'L I: ll. latrtikud HllcMi to Klaalmmea-j; I
GENERAL FUNDToljalance 4. No )perioii. firm or ('orpomtioutttioit. 'IMK "''iIIl 1. It. w trt.nlt'llU.IUtt: S'I I Il
: -I DON'T EXPERIMENTYou n..L 'procuring. t> ,<*mil or lit' 'TIN, Ih, -,,'for, .
: < front taut n port l 3.-0 '.> ] i l Oil' Mill lot l cliiK .awtwilat. (bxilHteof I tS'Jtt,5j
from the ( it\ ,hhall Hittnn(" tht (tin I limit Ii t
,.
ol rttflrnlv In the of li.i -
: : 0 am h name "
To fl ; '
lint reed from m"rah.1 rf V) tli.. city I lUMHitntntMt i ; trnitK)'urt I. heve.o.i.<- - :

L. M. i To unit received horn Tax O>l. l I"< ,<.,K krip;; inanulHf: ( -iur, *. .Inc .or n'll:: I ony <;xpldNlv: :( *. I iI.o.Uain.i'y-tj'i| I i.rtltfliat-oi" hail 1 b-a redeemed ao..II'.". MARSH & Co. t iiinixiiind. or M Jiilxturt' ; ,
miupouiHl .
ninptioitor ,
.
To amt rcc'd from Clerk f GrtTola \ '( lliiK t I.> b>\\ lax l lIenS will Inane tbereon Of,
Will Make No Mistake if You euttrlvs..lCoil tel II I II an el"\ -I Ui" <-mnxftinil till' I lii I>
Follow : : ,1'1 \; II ; ut > <'I| $.i.-inlxr| A fl. )lOt n I. i'
( or niixiurt( l ul ( ( , I-
ftrohihttlon( xxl1HJi U '
; :. ilu< my
; DEALIR! IN PIN& LINE ) ,
OF 410 C7 not aitpl to the (ortliiiHrT kfepinK ami, ( nfl It. of
) 11111."ri,
This KiuimmeeCitizen's Tile' llt) thl 'Tlh i1n> of J"b..A. D. V.
q 1r STAPLE AND FANCY fly paid narranU 1.J> uo stItCh aruia Htniiiuuitlnn an |.rHctltil )11 hnitlwre AKTHUK K!. DONK3AN.A: \
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Advice. aim .poriiig| Kooiln\ liounj (2rI i I. I rritil'| < .onrt Oareula Colnily.. FlaVj,
To balance %' No person, firm r (oriMirtli1i, vtthont41rht Ito JAME JOU.NHTON: .... C,' U
trl 1.7; ; : I ;; :
I'rocurlnii a piriiiiL or licniw then-for nhflrvid .
Never -
STREET neglect your kidneys.If provldod Hlmll t nuliiniut I It
J.GRQCERIES: FUND. I cc- ii m lie of
To balance fro-;" hut report :. 34Ci) 91 you have pain in the back, urinary KlHHtmmce .t...... uianiiiat/utr: or k..ep for hale
To .mouni from Tax . ... .. or keep for UHtf lu any hart trade or lUMnuTao ARE YQU .IN ARREARS '
Col'ector M ]10 disorders, dizziness and nervousness, lure, any liquid which ;('mltan IDftanu..blu \
S I' I To IImollDttrom Clerk. ... .' . .........._.. 21.. vapor at tvmpvraturtf Will Uu deyivrti. I iihrenhelt I on your-aisbccriptioisg You k oWE fl
4 .4 "REeH ANt:>> PUREr _- -.5- '. '..:...-.j. lt'stlme to act and ho time' to experi :. UwUd. Ju H. aKltabue'a closed p;ro- NEED THE MONEY ,

;i EE DELIVERY. all parts of the city" Prompt aad courteo s itlentioD, Tota(. :... .;,..:.. .:.. .......:..:... .1t 422 ell ment. :These" are common symptoms tauter except thaI If,krpt in aulf-c'oilnn metal

r 'i''',' \ S--4; TKa..ON'd:4; : oJ.J iiiJI -'_ ., /ii, lIPId WartaDt.. l-,. i .... .,.i...'(, ..t. .; .' o' of kjdney trouble, and you should seek .
"" ,'" .: "7
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r.\ .
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-- . . rremedy which is recommended the
-- - Tobalance. ; .. : . .$76575 ... .

SCHOOL FUND kidneys.
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: : . To balance from .loot report 9 .f& 40 Dean's Kidney Pillgjs the. remedy EVERY SUCCESSFUL MAN ACHIEVES

Tonmount from Tax Collector I 12 'Ii "
No need It has .
S use. experiment
) I, Tu amount from Clerk OJ SUCCESS THE SAME WAY -
I cured many stubborn cases in Kis&im-
: The: .
: Hy( LMiJiim, ,- 1.7 97 mee. Follow the advice of a Kissimmee BY SAVING MONEYDo

ELECTRIC LIGHT FUND.
SURPRISE To balance from la.t report I 5-Il) \., citizen.
I' < Call and see my line; To amount frorh E. L. ( ollector 644 tH Mrs. Sarah E. Rexford of Kissimmee you want to be successful Start "saving now Put your money hi


DRY GOODS - r SPRING GINGHAMS Total By paid warranta 0 .$118181'. 7 Fla. says from: a"Our kidney; little weakness daughter for four suffered CITIZENS BANK OF KISSIMMEEWe f


years. She seemed to have no control
i WHITE GOODSEMBROIDERIES To balance on hand I ("16 7HANITA"Y
; / ..- STORE FUNII. ,over the lydney secretions, and this have
more Saving Accounts than any other Hank in
K' To balance from lant report S 1<111 94 weakness was especially bothersome at Osceola County. .

I To amount from Marshal .0. 25 night. We consulted doctors regardingher I

: IV- MRS., E. L. PEARCE : LACES, ETC. I Amount from lax Collector U 49 case and tried many remedies bat A Savings do Bank loaned 1 FREE If you haven't procured'
To amount from clerk '. oc one, BO at once.
nothing brought satisfactory results.
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.5 Total : | I ..J.G//!
Beaman Recently we learned of Ooan's Kidney ARTHUR
I E.
,. Building i II)' paid uarranti 108 III DONCUAN. President W. H. NoRToN Caahler
I I Pills and procuied a box from the Kis-
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To .
halmice S$5$ 44
-- simmee Drug Co. I gave them to the

_ KATPH AM 8F/K IX FI''V ..
-- --- -- h.ildQB, directed and they Jtavethe''l'; -
-- -
\ -- { To balance 1 rum Hoot report -I If'*) d'r .1'
lief for which we had so long sought.
- To amount from K S Johnron aupt 111 00 :
:
-- ROLLINS COLLEGE To a mount Irom J KOilbt-rt. col et-tor !"00) :>!I Our daughter now has no trouble from L. cO.ALJ'.1ST.ER.: Sprigg,; FlemingCLEANING

$ Winter ParkOLDEST Total lIly -'o7.1: '.4 her kidneys whatever. We are very :Kissirn.n:1.ee.sell: : :

it grateful for the benefit-: Doan's Kidney
COLLEGE AND MOST BEAUTIFUL CAMPUS IN. FLORIDA paid "arrant 'M 441 Driller .

-Cci'lIeae.: : Academy', Music' Hipreaslon, Flue Arts Domestic -' To balance on hand |1"'.1. MBCT1LIIINO Pills have brought. ii prepared to drillARTESIAN ... .

. ,. and Industrial Arts, Business, Normal ColtrsoTw..I. FUND. For saje! by all dealers. Price 50 cts. PRESSING It

To balance from (last r<-port t M JOCKMtTEHT Foeter-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y., sole "d
/ ? q ... tralldlDRi. four dormntorlei. .ei' >r.le room., steam host elwtnr llghlH, M.M.. for the United States. WELLSin DYEING
/ AroprocctIoti" 5fleg3mfl&IUm. no nmlarl ciuortrr mi'llun'! iloller cndowmiiI.1 agents
'- Four leach.-... of mimic. t4MlU) orBfin. dozen plmioH. two gle..-cuhi] ) ,. chorui cl..i.. To balance from teat l''loorl| ( -'"." 76 Remember the name-Doan's-and REPAIRINGLouve
HIIDITU new room" for Bunlnou Hihoul full banking puuljiniuut BurrOllgh..ddlnlr'm."hln..IYI any section of Hoi'idi.
4_- --; >9-W1'1Ie..tw.. rnctractora next: ytr Council received report from Fire take no other .

..Nw. rhrnilral. iind phTilral laboralorln, fuulpped with every modern device; rn Chief R. D. Porter, in regard to improvement Louve at my house and clothe i V
ti ki ly i of "Ollti funlllftl, food, water. iinmtlun for engineering coorfffS. -- -- --- -- --
p Lakei. boating. .wlnimlnic, Ktilf. Unnls, foot lull. beak..t ball; lour omccutlve and efficient work of tire Ten 01 will be called. lor and returned. -
.
year'hampk.n.!' Th.'Rainbow. years t'uctessluiow.llDrilling
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C ... < hrlMlfin but uwlenomlnMionftr-: e jp<.nsei. moilrratf.' ; chulfirshlm available. company and recommended that the To* form a rainbow the sun must Is a (dunnmtfi* of my -

For Calalogoe! addrt.a HM. P. BLACkMAN Ph. D. LL. D Prenlrtent. city purchase nine helmets and nine not be more than forty-two degrees results.Ability to produce the host Satisfaction; Guaranteed -

c 7L slickers to be used by fire companies. above. the horizon.

On motion, duly seconded report was ,I S -

accepted and filed. and the clerk was I

George N. Saunders I instructed. to order slickers and helmets TWO AND FOUR INCH ;,

_ I: as stated. The Home Bakery Man WELLS A SPECIALTY.. ,11he florlda GroweipI {:

BOAT BUILDER I Mr F. H. Jenkins met with the Coun- -

_ __ Takes this opportunity to thank "
: Icil I
and asked that they make an appro- l 1'. O. Box 3-11 I I
the good people of this city for 1"or I ril-k-u-., 01(11( fruit' gronero. For
.. Agent for "FERRO" Engines priation of *300 to assist him in completing 1"lk. su lIuIan'' 10 kilo", lot, P lllr' y.
_ _ _ _ their liberal, patronage and would :3deelm.mee.C.: : : : 1ra 1'1.. W".kh .i ott' 1.r roar: (0,1,11th'I
an up-to-date city map. said ; I) 1c '1111 ill-' for. tell *04.110 I rid I
KISSIMMEE also take this to that I I :
means
j Tu! EGI THAT FLORIDA say .uh-t"rlpt1IH'' Clean
MATC f O NtGA* amount to be assured him upon approval I a Snippy' Boight I.THP' I.

'S_ _ _. _ _ _. _ our limited facilities for making --- ------- -. .
and adoption by city of same. f'LOIU DA Ii ;
_ goods will prevent (for awhile) our .
t_ After considering Mr. Jenkins' proposition 11,0 Florida A..a.... RowJ "
'- IEi\KI\S & general delivery to of the W.
t WOODIIAM alljmrtsj Griffith
c: Go toTJTDickerson for anything the same- was accepted, upon :
city. Quality and variety will be
want in the -
; C uV you following; : terms stated and the following committee -
Urn 6 bbls. time 1.10 less 1.15 maintained always. Our nice "=
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was appointed to examine -
u special prices load Dev. map -
'- ; 9ocv Cement bbls on car 250. sacks 65c. I and report a* early ps possible. viz. : HOT ROLLS and BISCUITS FANCY Groceries t+*-M-*+* I'' I I ________ it

Pateht plaster 1450 per ton. and I W. S. Harwell,' H.; M. Breaker J. M. Also HOT .BREAD i AMILY I

S ; Laths-;4.00 per 1000. Cypress Surveying Hknsel!, Jrt A. Vans Agnew city at- ii THE

t s- '. shinnies 8.75 per 1000. No. 1 hart torney, And J.. R... Gilbert, clerk. will be ready "mornings and afternoons I .-.------ N CRAYSTONESPIN
,6.001000 plastering; hair 60c bush ",
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4
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- 1' '- tire brick-450 per 100 less fxj each; :Drafting, tyoved and seconded that.it appearII and a nice,Variety of PIES FRESH MEATS I .

.l f' eemt. brick 11001000. the minutes that at the last meeting and CAKE-Parties and Wedding tit: TKI 'Lia&o .
u :BoiMioabloekav' ; aid walk Uia. drain I \ .
55 Mokata., lountoUoa Moeka and other '- the city attorney was instructed givean a specialty. to 8.6 day. .
'
.,.- : !tbi.... too Bonaro* to muit on. It will opinion as to validity of ordinance Delivery Every Day at Any HourPatronage per -' I
OrncK: IM FRATERNITY BALL
___S ,57 oa to tut car prleae baAm bujtnc.BDICICERSOM Special by week or month..
passed.. relating to cattle running( at A. SMITH Solicited '

: .. e..1iictir ail '.ldIr. KISSIMMEE: :: H.A l large'within the city limits, 'and so far .. .<.; I. W. TNURHM ".p. I. D. WBTH.; *p.'j\ >

,, "\ !, had failed to .do_10, and that.h il.1 be re- ii DARLINGTON" AVENUB! -.North .KWimmee. Phone i No. 8 ++**+.++++. it M''* m +'+>niOCOOOf" .-....

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ifsJ4VFertiI1zrs' 1 k Htwfc MaMwaaMMiH"l j PROSPEROUS ,fLORIDA. The RULL' BASS MARKET M1 'I +,


Sorehead Is I One of.the most;treaded fads About Our'fruit 'and r VetetabteProduction. ,

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diseases that moat Southern' breeders II' t

+ have to. .contend '", Ith, ''and I have been f 'Celery seed beds are being. Battdcn Biildinar One Block:'from\Depot'I I
asked planted .
IViP a great many'times recently whatto i
Best do for It and I will for October setting out, .. 'Fresh Florida ,. ;
now fflve a rem- ( ot all kinds..
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'. edy and'a;, preventive.. A great.many f Egg plants weigbingfiv. pounds . apd Western MEAII i
1 T4 art )) ,, ,t. oJ/6
gain
a place :
1 ? *' on our regular list a formula most not only produes Nortberrand Eastern breeder have at .
common ChlpUy. ,' li'
,""". resulta, but results with a PROFIT. The beer of 'fertilizer.;' been told so much about, this dreaded -.. ,.: POULTRY :
J&Sl tb..eft'eeton hi. pocketbook+the REAL)result. EGGS,
*!WEAL' FERTILIZER produces the right effect for it woVks r"J disease,that they have ah;idea it is Impossible '. J,'H.; >Boswe'il(, of St.' .Cloud .''is 'another FRESH/FISH

''with( .Nature. The preference of each class' of vegetation for-its toraise:; chickens: the South" aucessful raiser of alfalfa In this Special dilenlion' to Phone Orders.and .
Fret9elivery .
.
source of plant feod is carefully studied well of :
as as the proper propor- on account it, which .1 ip a great'mis- state: "
I bong to give perfect balanced-no. lack, no wast'' take. I do not regard sorehead. a td'lny pair! 01. r heCily: Phone, 18.9
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iWith proper application of proper .food, vegetation outgrows '
1 d i and insests to a great extent,' and being atrongand vigorous, serious proposition at all.! If one:will TIJ.e Florida orange is not a luxury.' ;
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produce. fruit that is pleasing to the eye and palate. and brings follow the Instructions 'given below .it i* a necessity 01 lt., ,''t
J' financial returns pleasing to the will have trouble this C. A.'CARSON, President
grower. they never an in ji/C. BRYAN, SECRETARY: :
Do not lose. the maximum profit due you by using poorly) .balanced respect : : <: J. W. MIUer of St. Cloud has a cit> ),: //J

plant food from improper sources. 1I0EAL, stands for PROS'IT. It is thought by thousands of people ron vine which raised 54 full steed cit.
The "
Call TOeAl Waters
'' on our 'agent that mosquitoes, or, insect of some & Carson V;

WATERS & CARSON GROCERY: CO.or kind, cause this trouble, but It b not rons.A _
The of It boy in Orlando raised $19.25 worthof
address so. sole cause is a thickening ,
of the blood in the fall of the "and radishes on a piecjLQf ground a rod
year,
'- Wilson i Toomer Fertilizer Co. JaFtid; e,_ the least scratch. or bite from Insects square. -.- GroceryYCompany ," Ii J

; has a tendency to poison the affected
A. W Davidson of Fruitville set out '
yam and make It worse- than it would. Wholesale'
7f some two-year-old budded fig trees and and.Retair.Dealer .jln- '
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ordinarily be. It Is very similar, -to f,
\' picked ripe fruit from them in five f
chickenpox smallpox that people 1
., or months. '
f r commonly have. A fowl that has ever GROCERIES. J

.. ., Stop At Our Garage had sorehead will never have it again, Santa Rosa has some! growing soil. A -- ,, ,
'. PaACI which shows that it Is akin 11' --
i to the above. tree -
G fig planted last December harvest J +
." and you will notice- to your satis- diseases.It ed forty-five figs, and a banana plant. '

I' faction the fine display -of motor. -usuallyappears in late hatched ed in April grew to nine feet in three WE SELL'HAY .. WE BUYHIDES . .

1 .' cars we ?lave forLivery chicks or, that is, it hurts the late months.B. r

and Sale hatched chicks most, and will usually ;

J kill them, u'It strikes at a time when G. Merrill 1s growing the Texas .

.< 't' We are agents for the celebratedE they are cutting their pin feathers and bean which has pods two and three feet GRAIN FURS '

f, M F Automobile, You can bny when their, systems can least afford to long. The pods are brittle and resem- FERTILIZERS .

;' pleasure for the same price you stand the strain:" Chickens that have ble snap beans before and after cooking.The "WOOL. -

will have to pay for trouble. A the"sorehead usually have a high fever SHINGLES j

little investigation will convince for a day or so until It breaks out-the rain fall for the year is some ten AND .
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f I : you. . same as with measles. After it once inches deficient but it Is possible for ORANGE BOXES '.
A GO D AS
NEW
_. Steam Vulcanizing Repairing breaks out thoroughly the fever disap- the average for the year to be main- ORANGE WRAPSVEGETABLE ALL. ,. '

r f,' pears, if it does not kill the chicicen.If .. tained before the rainy season is over ,

c; ffiri's' GEl51a.geMILLER they recover from it, it usually CRATES COUNTRYPRODUCE y

leaves them with a cold which'will go G. A. 'Danley of Chipley raised a CRATE NAILS a

/ BUILDING. BROADWAY into croup nine times out of ten if not peach which measured eleven inches' in

properly cared for. It is-a very simple circumference and weighed twelve I

thing to prevent your chickens from ounces. There are other peaches in We, sell field and garden seeds of all l kinds. ,'' w .

ever having it,-or if so. in such a mild Chipley thirty-six inches around- and
We give special attention to fitting out. huntlnaa.nd campfn.1
form that it will be scarcely noticeable weigh one hundred and forty-five pounds. '

: To prevent] this, I have had a I parties.

great many chickens that have been The Florida Citrus Exchange will han- Free delivery in city limits. Phone No. 12. ,

sr.: ROSS GRAVESCARRIES treated beforehand placed in rush\ with dle from forty to sixty per cent more We, are county agents for good fertilizers. Ask' us for circular '
fruit this than last. If it handled
year
chickens $
that treated. The
I were not and prices on fertilizers *
A COMPLETE STOCK: OF ones that had been treated previouslynever ninety per cent of the entire crop the ;)fl I

had it at all, while those that prices could Be maintained far above ,

HARaWAREPAINTS were not treated would have it In the those of last season." f +
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u NOTICE::
most severe form. --- --- . ;
The Live Oak Democrat bragsaooufa _
If you will start in July with all your -- ---- I,

OILS FENCE WIRE AND STOVESAND young chickens, and give say on Tuesday pumpkin which measured twenty- Notice la herebyglren that the following described lands, or so much Ut....,aaVtUba
eight inches in length and a stalk of necewarj toper the amount doe for taxes hereto sal opposite to lb. same, tonthMT...llIat
SELLS HEM AT EXTREMELY LOW PRICES a tablespoonful of Epsom salts to of inch sale and sdvertlaing will be old at pubUo'ancllon oo tb. fourth d.y ol Bcptcmber,A.. i /
every 15 to 20 young chickens and on corn with six healthy ears on it. The D. 1'11. In front of the City Hall door at Kiiilmmee County of OMeol*.Stag of Florida. ", /

pumpkin was converted into pies and rti.

BROADWAY KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA Friday a tablespoonful of sulphur and the editor had a pie for breakrast, din '':S' '-.-:
continue this .
treatment October
through '
ner and supper for two weeks. -
you will never be bothered at all OWSiER '. DESCRIPTION OF LAND 8 :
V with this trouble. Their will i. =!
f become cleansed system and the The Manatee VegetableCo. will\ set ... < :F c

thoroughly, out twenty-five acres in': celery, ten in
poisonous germs will pass out from lettuce-ready for December sellingand Ron Addition

their system instead of having to then will NFf.... '". ... .. . .. ..Allblockol.2. 6,8.7...<18. ..... ..............5 *'
reset the thirty-five acres N F Dana . ...... . .. .. ..Lott4.oand dblocke. . .,.... .. .:. ......... 1M MS i
break out in terrible sores' This is an and fifteen additional to tomatoes. N F Baal .. . . .. . .. .. .. .Inuland7block 10. . ...:..,....,.... ...... 01
i'i'H absolutely safe and preventive N P' BapaNPBass .. . ... .. .. .. .. . . AU.orR.loblocklJ. .. ..:.......... ...... 47 91t -i .
sure This company realized $1,000 an acre '. .. .... . ., . ... LoUZanda\, blockl4.... .........,... ......... M l'n. 'a
C. STANFORD COMPANY and you need never fear it at all if you from its crop last season. N E BI.... .. . ... ........ .. .. ..Allot block 14 ... .. ..... . ........r.' ... ....,.., 112 in,

: will use-this remedy. It is very simple Qonwell'a Payne addition.subdivision of lot 15. .Pajrne' .. f

\ and cheap and there is no excuse for The Marion county fair will be held Wandy Waters .",....,........,.. .;Cot JO, block' A,..... ,...'.;.,,...'.,') .:"'..., ..:I.,',110 ;. ; 21 .
"". Carries a. Complete. a,jLI*. of .. one not using it if..they wish to keep November 21st to 24th of this year! ', JAq-' t .. ,'c' A Ii: Drou.hl'l ..s41U01l.'.1 ; l; , a

.. .. this. ee.r.v J.wrl..cluWSand6blockF 10"I UM
s
1l 1\ DRY GOODS NOTIONS, . In case it breaks out In your flock it attracts thousands from all ,over the a B Bang. Jatkt.,.4ka.......4i..Lota i.nd s, block F. 120! ,"a ., '
. PA Yaksf .. ..rn..lp/1blo0k OrJ. 6 ::2
640
dp"
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and
the best todo .
is epidemic, thing state besides -
:. '' . : ( ,every prospector withinthe '"j' r '1I\I\ tW"1i; BoblulOo' add1l1ol1.\ -- .. . :Ii "f) '
; -'FUR'NISHINGS'; : Is to start'this treatment at oJ1ce,'only state-makes It a point to visit the Lewis William*.:.:'............ ;.Lot a. block 2. .... ...,'' ::: :L.!:...: .::. : t.. :150'' 2ffi ,
using larger quantities so as to cleanse exhibition. Marion makes display OX Fiord .. ... .../. . . .... Lol. ., YS and. bloc"00.:. ...... ..... .....c..... 18 20 1665 ,
county a Henr . .. . . . .. ... .
"' > UauldlngWJSeara - Lou 1, 2 and e. block 16 . .. . .. 1100 CIa ,
I SHOES and CLOTHING the chickens' systems immediately. It which is worthy of the state. F L I Company addition.

t 'will go through the entire flock and .. Lot 8>< '" ... ... . '" . .. . .. 2 :2 I 11 I.:\
U I'' 'when it first appears begin at once. Among the good things the Florida J H Wallace List IX) % .... .... .. .. ... 8 eo 6 06 p"... ,'Ii;l
i .s cam bv-fouad In ltU.n4 Floridaad .- Shoemaker' sub-divttiou of blocks D L and I .'
i' I .ell.. them If it is in the neighborhood, it will be Citrus Exchange is doing says the Vo- L of Baaa addition..Lot : <'("''t

blown to your chickens in the air, and lusia County; Record is having better Bob Oaul .' more' Unknown Block Q iBlock . .. .. ... .. ..".. . .5 00 106 I l" :
need not chlckena will and uniform packs to the mar-
; AS CHEAP AS ANY yon thinkyour go H L. Baaa addition 'L4

f. not 'have it, unless they have been prev- ket. The more attractive the pack, the Eugenia!: Rogers . .. . .. Lots ... ... . .. ... ... ............ ;272 517 '. '*
,. HOUSE IN AMERICA iously treated. In case it does break more uniform the color size and quail BlocV Q'L, Bam addition I't! I

out in' your flock, begin the feeding of ty the better will be the price' receivedfor Cary Had ley . ..... ...... . Lot S . . ..... .. ... ......... 180 2 25 "!'

these two ingredients at once and geta your fruit. Chas Yeas .. - .Robert K!: >, or Baaa block addltlou.U LBw ....... ......... ... 120 786 ""'
I quart or gallon of raw linseed oil (ac- 08051P.tnok------ >4' or block VL .. ... .. .. ...... 272 117 ..F ;i1
KH Bam All except a..1, of block VS-------- h40 IS
cording to the number of fowls you Florida Mrs ti F Johni .. . Vof block C Z '" . . .. . '" 540 6 55 '\ 1}
; -
H. C. STANFORD COMPANY Maps. Peter garage .... . .. .. Io'j' block ft . .. .. ......... 6 40 686
have) and use to, each pint, from 1 to 2 .... .. .. .. .? ; 'Y:
Upon receipt of 35 cents at the Valley M rC A Minx, eat lx>w1 and 3. block It. .. .. .. .. 10 II.) 11 23 -
ounces of carbolic acid. One of W A Preneotl N I.a or bl . 2 7 J '1
I ounce Gazette office a pocket map of Florida NnCADlluxe.t: .. Low J,2,8anAlblock'r I : .. ..;.". ", 'H'.. .. .". \a0Q F46 S,17 ::p.;. r
'y'I' .. .Kissimmee, Florida full strength 'in crystal form will be will _be mailed to-any.address in the Mra Emita Was .. .: L,tR2..ud6. block A. ? ... ., 1 5 0II 1146 "
--- .' sufficient to a pint of linseed oil. Takea United States. We can also furnish Mr M Barlaw ." . .. Keg at no oor lbck L, rona. w W 'feet, s J i f J f
If4t< ft.' ..TTS440 1561 '
or and thoroughly soak maps of Osceola county at 51 each, and Mrs D PUraham .. Lois, I''il'j""" .. .: ..:. ::.:.::::::.:: ...: { 62' 457 ,
sponge rag will be glad to estimate sectional maps K F Baaa . . All e of Ky, block O. . . ..... .. .. ..... .. 4 06 \ ,
I their head wattles and ear lobes with of any kind. N F Baaa -. . ... ... .. .Lot 2. w of Ky, blank' P ...... . .. .... .. i 1.60 4 OIl 't
this preparation. Usually three applications _ __ Robert B..., 2nd addition. .' :,
- -- '- .- Rlchardion.. LotI 1 1Lot . . .. ................. lIT bt
b : will dry up and cure the worst i w Miller .. .. (I..I..6tfJ..Clft"oro.tde." .... .... ...... 2rJ In "- .tt.

fN. F'J3ASS case. f, 1 There are many other remedies that All fracttoualbl-yk I . .. . ....... S 72 111 '.
c c 'SIapeO U IJt..OU..l N- ---- '"t *, bl""k7. ., ... ...... ... 18s 2zt:: .i\\
,
will kill the germs and stop the growthon V. iOstx>rn. O'Neal addition. a. .

the head butusually they are so Patent LeatherShoesGUARANTEED WWYounlf. \.Ot.uIl7.blockB. .. .. . .. .. .... . 4 K 19J r .y
Mm. M K Waring.W . Lot *. block B . .. ..... ..... $0 1Izt::
CONTRACTOR and I Stringent that they kill a great many NOT TO BREAK W Youug . L.,&.0.. and T. block C .. .. .. ..... .10 o 1146lIar.hLPiune Jit l"fC
I BUILDER I chickens; but-the linseed oil will keep l..obll.ud f. block n . .. .. ... ........ yen/ Ebb .
I 1 T Zlax .. lot and *.blockD. .. .." ........ a.l .011 r '
the parts soft and the carbolic acid wilt Mrs Hone Yoder . .. Lot 1, block E .. .. ... II 00 )945ED7humpMn. E
.,. :. .Lnt.audthlucY: *E. ..._.. .._:.:... 44/1/ b6i .. '"
It" Does'General Contracting and Building and Furnishes Estimates kill the germs, and your chickens will Unltuoxt i ut 5, block .Ii ? ....... ..... 1110 >t'Ls \ v.xtr.,
( suffer no bad effects at all .from this When you buy II A Mathvws' addition.N'a '

(p' on Structures of an size or.Dimensions, whether application.This Joe BrlnitliT block) E .. . .. .. ... .. 5 .0 15 "
1' It ba a Two-Room Cottage or a Tourist Hotel. a pair of Korrect Catharine BradabawZula N* }. lot 1. block O . .. . ... 180 I 2 .,
"""r' ---- same preparation will cure the Peiertfuknowu !1S.t r>.- "-or ot )lot I, block b.runs n 78 ft, w w,
) ... ; : : Shape Oxfords "' '
, you t1tt..7fle9ytt----------------- 1S-) 1M !1
Makes a Specialty of bonnaARTESIAN WELLS Worst case of mange or itch. Two applications ... .. .... 6lot. 1 I. block U. !Ire. lands deeded to ZlllaV I s .f'.J'.
r4 have the satisfaction . .. ... .. .... .i.cetera
will be 150 25$ '
in which he has met with the greatest success usually sufficient. If Mr. K RoaAnule . .. .. ,\ lota.: bUjckULot .. .. .,>.... '.
of any man in Florida. it does not cure you can rest assuredthe of knowing you are UllkpOIO . .. .... .. !. b'ocktj' ,.. . .... 1.72 517: y ,
carbolic acid is1 not strong getting' of Jaiut ..*.'..ufndtvlalop, In Matbew' addition i /1
enough every ounce
and should be FSrnlth .. - .. .. . .Loti 1 sod e, bl.kA . .... .............. -72 liT ry; ,
more added with the two
value and comfort
work that
I Give him your Fla. Nebb.'tl'a.ub-0hl.lon. lu Mathewi' addition

will be well and quickly done.Kissimmee, or three more applications. I haven Is possible to put into a .Alu\teI"Smltb. . ..... .. . Lots 4 and bLlorkA. . .. ..... ... ...... .172 81T ;
.. 'f'er seen a case of the above that this W li King .. .. .... |l.ot.a.ndO. block B . ......... ........ .. a 72 117 ,E
I pair of shoes. W A Patrick' addition. .r
would
preparation not eure. 1 Korrect J W Hlrnpaon .. ... . Lot 1 and ey of lot C, block F... .... ... ..:....*.. 2362. 22tr." +e
f1>' This article should, by all means be Shapes are fast '-'UFou"t.u."L.' ) .. . . W7, lot:2. <'kQ '.'. .. . .".." 500 Y4 S ,ran
favor N' J e rsre . L I block Tf . .ii.... !
will winning who ? ,
. preserved as you surely need it among mea Jn Wamon :. .::::: lot tl.\I i : :: :: :. ..::.. :::.:": :4IO 40 'r i'
INNNaNNHaNt1N.NNNNNaaNNeNNNNNNNNN.WHAT during the summer and fail if you have are extremely particular about J R Tucker .. ... ... .. ...... .\.Ol2, block ;ill ........ . ... . ....., 227 87:1: ,. ,
many fowls and it will save thousands I the K L .-
1. IT MEANS r rManr healthful condition and neat Lesley' addition

of dollars:! for the Southern breeders if f KlDierSharpa..'". ... ., .? Sharp----------------- Lot ? . ... . ........ ... ... .. .... 116 10L ,
a
a tom' i people do not know what Bank's Capital I d for. or eh,\ difference/ between i they will only apply it. appearance of their feet. R J Cllfto. ... . ... . .... Lot 9 . . . .. .. . ... .. ...... .7 eJ .r.'r.
: : back of little or no capital and one wilt a large capital. Made in all the popular colors. e B Jubnaton .. . .. . .. Lot 11 . . . .. ........... .1 d # .tr i
'I- i Very truly. your.LORENO J EHbarpetfnknawu. .. .... . .Le/8 . . . ...... .. ..... ....... lei 1 01 r. 'f':
, -: A BANK'S CAPITAL AND SURPLUS i .
J BROWN. I W Lilly's addition .
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..... la the fond that fcroteot tb*>depositor1 from loss, therefore the larger It Is tb. BvaT aPass, Co. . .... ........ . .. .. Lot 2. blocks.. .. ,. ...... ......... .......... /WI/ o
protection the depositor have. Tola bank ha* a .. .. ....... .. .... .. .A. ..e,;
I[2. greater Unknown .. .Luta.'blocte. . ;. ..... .......... . Jij''' '' .
". .CapItal ....... ..... .. ..-.......... ..... ...noooooo ; NaamHraekas. Berry P.ufett.RufiM . ......... .. Lob 7, block 4... .. . .. ....... .:."."..' ''y. 47 54 ' '. .
I' Barplao fund of ; ..... ...........". ... ... 2/1.000/ 00fl" Telephone Poles Wanted. ., k.:.' '. ".;..:
iliiy .. 60,00000Atotalpf. f Camon'a addition. ... .
= BSooeboidera' 11ai Sealed bids for 500 will Nor Tbomaa.JWblmpion. ...: ........ ...... Lots> Mook'A .. .. .. .. .....:.. :..,. .f'i'' J 'i'" 1iJf..'
. .'... ... .... .. . .. ..-..... 1125.000 00 b. received by the' Osceola cypresapoles Telephone: .:. .. ,........... . LotalJ.1si7.biooka., . . ...... .. .. ... ..... '.1't N'-Pf'11It.'" .,,fF:
:'1 s .Thla means that we moat leer H2t.ooO.00 before) our depositors oonld lop a j Company July 81st Unpleased lads. .j: t "
1911.
' _. ee at Thl4iroteoMon I* for YOU to .be 30 feet up/to long-and to-, measure Poles 10 MI NIiSSIR J inknowD..................... .. .f.J40)'daoof aw corof sw4ofTp ..." reel ... '.:t"1".11':. .. '. ... '.,t.
tk 19. ran 68V yds, a tIII H Pda, .6IIji$ 1.. 4 .
I *. STATE BANK OF KISSlMMEE Inches in diameter 6 feet from butt. 1n utkw.a.sf. 'J4..wfi9 7<1o. . .. .... ..........180 I., h ; r"
i Poles) must be peeled and knot shaved Iclplo'' J..ese..e. .............. ..... B*. 7O 3da n cf ae core? aWe' .w4 8ea It. :a $ b. ffG:1TpU.
15r --0M *'. : .. R 2S, rana.n 70 jds., w 70 rda..7'-7d.. '" ',
down. ,l- -i- -Ju. Ig ,, . ;
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' alaw'a -10'4. ......... .. ....-.'.. .. .. ., ... .140 .
Kta.IMMta'. 1e.GeIOA.a' Addreu'all l bids,, :.marked '"Sealed I-Ul 'soLO tiY T. tel. lamm. A OVabainWH ...... ..... .. ...RHj of: .wL, .ec II\, TP 26. a2t ......... .... '.. 1100 :ta'"-.j. ".. ,''
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4 a President vtorrr.etdanI Cashier Co., w 4t.:: S'=' 1'I', S.
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_ tile.KiSsilimee farm'grove and plant new ones, which now in use. That ;they could not pur-/
; Valley Gazette Proceedings of".tlT6 1 request.wu granted. chess the books at the price that had 'I '

.... I' The salary of the janitor the court been suggested to them by Mr Mordt, 4 .1;
Iw . '' house was raised from $32.50 to.$40 per of Jacksonville he did notthink that "
B. HARRIS Editor and Prop'r.S. tM
month It Lteingth..oplnlon of the would be a fair offer. .All he wished of :
; ::11| ..... TRIPLETT, AUKI.'*. Editor. CountyCbmmlsslonirsJL .B ard .._tht- the present janitor. had the Board wu that it 'comply'with the: NSSIMMEEBAFTI.STCHUFCH'

4. 4 ; -.-.---- -r-' -VKissimmee. mad e'-n efficient, offic.ra..d.; ... the law, and' be governed"" entirely by the ,
PUBLISHED EVERY JTRIDAJ > amount allowed was not a just compensation best interest. .brtb people of the '
+ Office in Valley Gazette Building.KI8S1MMEX. ; Fla., Aug. 7,-1911.. for the work he ha to do; I county. i _

., :.OSCROLA'COUNTY. 'LA. The Board of County Commissionersin Ron C.'L.. Bandy, tax collector, prsented < W. B. Crawford one of the alter- -'p b.
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__ I and for the county of Osceola, Stat. his report ,of errors, discountsand neys for the 'Board being; present, stated :
SUBSCRIPTION.RATES: of Florida, met In regular session .on insolvencies, 'which report was accepted that Mr. Vans :Agnew his associate '
'T o.._,.._...........'>.,.. ...*.,,., .. ... .8100 the above date, there being present E. by the Board and the*foljo wing being one of the stockholders in the .
Oa...>>...d.._tU....ii. ..;........*..h... ... L. Lesley, chairman; E. L. .D. Over- resolutii n was.passed l abstract company, be. desired to be excused J ..SUNDAY AUGUST. 13: 1911.. -

,. AU oommonlcattona.. .I leapt from oar authorad street, 0. R. Bass, A. F. Bass and Whereas, There was assessed f6r from rendering an opinion in the I _
.. eorr-ponfl..ita.mtut b* algrwd by the writer W S. Pearce, commissioners: Arthur the,year 1910. a total amount of taxes' matter,and that while he was not identified .. . . . .- .
tojaeted matter wUI ,not ba retoarDed.au'. '" E. Donegan, clerk; and W B. Craw- to bit collected $7843.64; and with the company in any manner '
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,, .. "for.Entered. -? -.4 .- 1- ford., of- the firm .Of Vans Agnew & Whereas, C. L. Bandy,. tax collector that would interfere with his giving an 9:45-Su da'Scbool .. ,.
: at jUMrV toffl ; _nutter. _ . Minutes of -last meeting were read with the exception 68.88, which ha that the Board seek other counsel, 1 1:00-Preaching
r, i .' i ..jaa-r-iii m-= = has to Commissioners -' '
IT. and approved< reported theCountv After some discussion of the matter, .. '
Friday, August 11, 1911 The following bills were examined, as insolvent and uncollectible of the. the Board appointed the chair, A. F. Subject: "Tie Dying Church" ,df12:00Lor'd' '
I approved and warrants ordered drawn:, amount assessed; therefore, be it Bass and E. L. D. Overstreet,,,a committee -
I A W (CroubT, >o|>t poor r.rm. c pauper I 62 00 Resolved, That the Board of Cbunty of three, with fall power to en- Supper
A serial cartoon is going the rounds I KI.. Telephone Uo rent phone 2 hOC Commissioners extend to Mr. Bandy ploy counsel to Instruct the present ..
of the press In the West whefein is F Pr?T.tt, caN Jail' ti'* (M-0 their appreciation of .his sei,vices and clerk to either make' set of books Or 7:30 P. M!-PreacKin*
; pictured two old farmers In the act of I 0 I EBJanitor F Parker county: 4'041 .. J6 W) efficient work in collecting said taxes purchase a set. |I .
placing eggs in an incubator, the eggs VA'". Anne* & Crmwfora leottl.work10\ 81Anbur he having made a most enviable recordin A communication from Mr. L. W.- Subject: "Jehovah's Controversy with Israel"
supposing to have come from Klssim- A puuf. o. clerk auu auditor. f>7 00 the collection of taxes for the past Mordt of Jacksonville, relative to the I -
:2000Q
mee, Fla. and the last of theserlei of w K Sl'wrce.Ham,comrotmloner cummUaloner antl and, mll ml.ni sage.. lit 00 year. . cost of making abstract books was I
;;: picture. shows that the eggs hatched A F |!...>, commlciloiier nod mileage:. 6 Oil' lion. E. L. Lesley, chairman. reported filed as information. _
'; out alligators instead of chickens. The K L p ovt rnt>r<*et,
. picture no doubt, is very amusing to 8t K LlA.lel'Cloud tribune.oonyul dvertlMnK alouer .. .. 400 1 ($0 the Board, he had employed Ar- I Board adjourned. WELCOME TO ALL
; many, and is one of the best advertisements KI. Val Oat. priming( and advi>>tl&.lnK 6'' (.0 chitects Ludlam & McDonough to make I E. L. LESLEY, Chairman. .
,. of. this city we have ever seen, W Oliver survey Lake AlllKalor road. 6 plans looking to the remodeling of the Attest : _
,.." .,., as it tells thousands, of people that Z Z Robemon.driig Kobenwu dm in for for mulei pnuper 1 00 Ml l present jail and sheriff's residence. ARTHUR E. DONEGAN. Clerk.

1 .. there is such a placl as Kissimmee on C L Bandy commlttalon JJj W Messrs. Ludlam & McDonough being -- ---- -
I the map who otherwise would never C Miller cummlia ona . HO GOOnCeola present, submitted their plans ana
have known of its existence. It is true jU W Aontm.;Journal' road prtuuug pay roll and rub it-0! !2*'* specifications with their explanation.After ABSIRAOOP TITLES

: there are many alligators in the lakes K'a' Lumber Co. lumber. ., <8 W\ some discussion as whether it
', and rivers to the south of this city, but W B MaHiim.u Lo road ou""lI l! !iU) 05Ko $ would be advisable to go ahead and advertise :-- ';-

!/ 'i" this is also' one of the greatest chicken I J J.DniiU.' Uravea.blackumltn road alipollea work ., .V 1 "Mi VO" for plans and bids for the build- As this a petition county signed presented by many'cltlz.naof to the NORTHER: PEOPLE land here in Monday the Park and, will probably buy
k railing communities In the South. Mach Brf a hauling K 00 ing of a new jail the Board decided to waa Kansas
of
: I Mr. Wilcox and family, ,
-*- County Commiissioners! asking that the
Waters & Carson Oro Co,mule feed 117 M accept the plans of Messrs. Ludlam & '
'f II C Waulord. indue for pauper W. I, county purchase a set of abstract books were Park visitors one day last week..
;;} !' Osceola County has-starteo a move J Overiitrvec. but due oil aBHevment :TOO 69 McDonough and proceed to remodelthe for this county, we herewith present Need to Be Educated as how Grapefruit I They have bought property here.
II W II Drew Co. jnitlce docket \1 CKl present county jail, and instructedthe 1
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the I the Kis-
ment for a county fair and this is. the Mr. F. Limbeck manaR'i'tof
the law which
the JCissimmee' Valley Gazette ., Electhr; Co, IIKDII ; M" clerk to advertise for bids; to be bearing on matter. Should Be [aten."I immee laundry was a Park visitor on
:. way ElllouMi, Co. Book I)oJ iinUT I 41 was kindly furnished the Valley Gazette *- i:
I .. view. 'the situation: "Every county in J K \V.11IAm.1.\ .. !.!<. 4 >>' opened at the next regular meeting of by County Clerk Arthur E. Don-' Sunday. %>
Florida is putting forth its best efforts W C hnrter! ciittlUK"." log '00 the Board in September.Mr. : visited back home some months Mr. J. McPhatter returned Monday
road cont'( 1 I II 78 egan: i
Colonization l n
Houtlicrn the
James before
to attract the attention of the thous- Long appeared ago, said a Florida citizen. "My short visit to Grt''nsboro..N.
from
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roll JUII( Commissioners author a
i- ; <( w I Huwlnifer '"T 2505. -County
;:" ands who to this state annually Ijl : : >' hammofkH 41 92 Board and stated that some platted kind hostess wanted to do the honors the' Park
are (coming i- A : Uulldlnic o. ized to require. Clerk .t,;, make Ab- C.: and is now on duty.at representing -
: L from the .north and west, and J ,.i..IIOU, "" '"I.r' '5 uo' roads in his Neighborhood had been Commissioner in right and had shipped in from St. Louis the Kissimmee Valley Land
: 1 I \ I M I-nnier. nght-o-> for roml ni (41ii. fenced, and asked the Board as to his sti'ecta.-The County grapefruit. Mind her hometown
,' I While we |possess more and better opportunities ..\tIne fund, trau,f.-r 1 U.iti l'< ,and for any County of thi state, whenever some you Co. The people here are pleased to _
t 4 t, 1 and possibilities than. any Kond fund traun-er l/tf" \W rights in the matter. The Board re- the said Board deems it advisable, of two thousand people didn'tknow have him hack again..
;;' ) h Imnn HUviuje l,,_tl .9711' luested Mr. Long to make a statementof a graperuit: from a discarded
will Llinrlra McCrory is
other section of the sonth, yet we A gentleman! from Chicago enjoying -
shall have full to
> H I HullocU, I'OBtk Justin-$ court \ lag behind if we fall to let the world life the beach and
: I I- t Pr..tt, \J ' Clerk of the Circuit Court in aryl tor on by camping
!i' know of our superior merits and ad H W \\ "A"P'. witm"-'" prosv..ullmr titty' 1 ttMiiah Board. said County to abstract any op. all Instruments grapefruit was served me. How? By fishing also boating' on beautiful LakeTohopekaliga.
\' vantages. This county is growing in ljI.r'J':; :::;:; ".. .: "-. 1 j t'JO i:, A complaint in the form of a letter of writing affecting any real having I it peeled! and cut in little slices. .' .
) population at a more rapid rate thanI' I (Harry' F "'!'e".u. < 01j".I"..'. court \ 111\ Ji written by Attorney'7. L. Moon to Hon. estate situated in the County as the like chop-suey. Gee, but it was bitter Mr. J. E.:; Mattocfts brought over
:,. any other county in the state, and has I, r Parker. .. \._ .zi4 ( J Jl. D. Colvin mayor of the town of St. same is recorded. For such services, -the tough fiber tasted like quinine.. Several prospective buyers this week.
set the pace in almost every character 1 W Q King. witiii-HH lunacy..e "V'I VMr jnoud, with reference to a road leadinginto the Clerk shall receive a fee of ten In justice to my friends, I said the ,I Mr. Paul TliompKdn, hat returned to
,., of but the people allover H jBi-niien: :: :: VJ :i St. Cloud being fenced grapefruit was a. treat. The- others : will take of the
I' l'. public enterprise, W M Fr*;;, IK I fjTTM : up, was received cents for each piece of property so abstracted th" Park and charge
j ". Florida are apt students and unless J lllck. ..xitmlniug two lunallii'. I I "(I and the clerk ws instructed to provided there are not more about the board" "couldn't ,see how I r[ Peters Lumber Co. saw mill. .
{j; we keep alive our progressive spirit, -Ueri.s-vlilrc: "" ".' I 00' ascertain the facts and.refer the matterto than two descriptions. In instrumentsto could eat it. I couldn't either but I I '-I r. I I. S. Demerit is making pre par.
'. we will be outdistanced -Ft. MyersPress. SI4"oo1.r.If M Pfanii '. .. .. I 1 II., AlleHogan.. winr\ lunacy IYB.<- (I V iCC. than two descriptions the fee of''the 'r tell you there is need for a campaign bench boulevard property.The .
1.1171e| vilMH.. wltneHH lunacy OBHI' (,0. Mr. W. S. Harwell before of education to: introduce oUT
- -- appeared bushes looking fine
===----.0 = = Clerk shall be ten cents for each of the guava are
The C lAm F Pri-XRtt.Whin i.CUB| !flHV v. bulilt-tt, .1 20 1 the Board on behalf of himself end firSt Jwo descriptions and an additional grapefi uit in every home in this broad thm year, more than fifty bushels have J
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.. land of Not hundredth of
Optimist. ours. a
C: F "".hr. i I':": other citizens of the county, and presented fee of thtee cents for each of the part been picked and you cannot notice that vany
t I I' ITe\All. cit. county' court -"' the the people know a grapefi except asa bushes
_ '. following petition: others. These fees are to be taxed as have been taken for the are
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Arthur E lonHgfcii.i'ji couuly court I'. big It is less than two
To the Horo abl Board of orange. years
J J L Muon. ..Ia." and fee- . 7C H ? County a part of the recording fee of said in them so loaded.
I the sideboards in
[ByW. V. MACK. ] F PrevHU. rommiwiouN$ \ (1'2' :.1 Commissioners of Osceola County struments.25O6. ago saw on A good crop of sweet potatoes hasbeen
I B 1"11.11.| wltuC-mtproxwutlnKattArnry 1l.eorgc I ',1 Florida dining-rooms of homes of my fri..nds.who ,
of Real Estate raised this Mr. Walker
I was walking up Broadway, or down. Patrick. 1 'J Abstracts upon for year.
l them decorative
use *,
.. .- I don't know which you would call it. W e, the undersigned registered voters Petition. -Fees of Clerk.-Upon a petition and when withered would purpose. gathered and shipped last week two.
1 I Anyway I had reached Carson'a.torewhen Paid warrants were ordered cancelled of Osceola county, Florida, respectfully of a majority of the registered hundred bushels from hw little patchof
"In have them
-. 1 was greeted with a vigorous from the various funds in the following petition the Honorable Board to voters of any County of this Slate, the Kurope for decorative they on sideboards and' two acres. .
amounts : purchase a set of abstract books for purposes Correspondent.Circulation .
"Ileigho, Mac !I" Board of County Comissioflers 't 4 said wben a foolish Amercan; calls for one '
I looked around. It was Bud. He Revenue . . $ 1241 9/1) Osceola county, under authority con- County, if they deem-it advisable, shall and eats it, the other guest look a
: ,.,' had J "got/: 1n"f rom the woods,and) Road - 147'.t '%1 ferred-upon you by-Section 2510 of the have-any-or-all instrument.f records him amazement upon. '
jt> .. was standing by his team of mules. Fine and forreitUre. ." . . 516 57( ida.General Statutes' of the State of Flor. relating to real estate situated in laid "There is- room; in Florida for one Nearly Three Thousand.The ----

"i': Bud,is typical Floridian-good-natured Tax collector's poll tax report showed County abstracted, under the supervision hundred times the grapefruit acreagewe
and inquisitive particular friend of $22 collected. Which'petition was signed by a large of said Clerk: For such services now have and prices will not Kissimmee Valiey Gazette has
mine. I stepped across the street and Tax collector's license report showed number of citizens of the county and the Clerk shall receive a compensationnot glimmering, because we intend to makethe go long been known as one of Florida
". hook hands with tbs oldCracker, who, the amount of $3.2flr! collected. was certified to by C. W. Griffin, super. to exceed seventy-five dollars grapefi ait as essential for the first greatest boosters, and the fact that the* ,
.,:. in answer to my inquiry as' to his Fine and forfeiture fund report visor of registration stating: that it ($75 (0)) per month for himself or each meal of the day as coffee or cereal. : county commissioners of Osceola have y4'for
i!, l health assured me he was "fine and showed the amounts received from the contained a large majority of the citiZens deputy emoloy'ed in the actual per "Ahd I also want to advise every several years past subscribed for .
t 4 dandy." sheriff as follows : : of Osceola county. formance o? such service. Floridian to plant avocado They dome hundreds of papeis to be sent to
,. "Kissimmee still/ growing, Mac,.?" Arthur E. Donegan, clerk of the circuit '2507.-What Abstract to Show.-The sell at 15 to 75 cents each in pears.the North sections where interes4d people were
Kino Coxti Total '
he queried. Stale Tl. court bejng in attendance on the said abstract books shall be so ruled anxious to know about Kissimmee City
10 each off the
easily cents right tJlle
This said in a quizzical semi-humor A ttauldlnic M 1\.... .- II:45 (00 C I I Il U o 1W..< 'I lI 1 0''I. Board, requested the privilege of giving and headed as to show the descriptionof just as they come. The Northern people and the Valley and the county, has
4 ous way constitutes a standing joke between CaiJacUouWaab. .!.> (0 I.i :57 ;" :. a alight history of the present abstract the property. the names of the are just beginning to learn of this given 'it a particular importance. It'
's: us. He cannot understand why Hell lr O\\ 10 "I. ," bl company and his position in the grantors and grantees mortgagors andmortgagees' delicious fruit-that they contain more was an idea of the editor's however, ,
can be so exuberant abdut the E Bradley ts OIl 11Of. :I. i. matter. He stated! to the Board that nature oithe instruments, to actually give his subscription list
a person \\alu-r Tell .r, (Mt III Ml I .:7', 'I butter fat than any other fruit-that a
.' -growth of the city. Not from any lack Jnllu Anthony '.41 I I..1 I 5 81 '"' 'I as near as he cbuld ascertain from the consideration date, release of dower, sick person can eat them when all other figures and show just where the 1,508
of pride in him,. but having\ grown up Jim.- Cody... 1.(", (1 II M .lit. "-3.31116 records, and from information-received nuirjber of witnesses, number of boox food palls on them or will not retain itself subscribers were living. The statement -
% he does realize from former of the and such other *information contained in the last number of
with the country not ',Hll1l owners company, i and page of record in the stomach." ,
.;It. rapid progress like the new settler.i .- .. Menu, . tOO 16 i6 its history was as follows: May 1889 1 and arranged in any order the Gazette "how. .that it is taken and
t 'e? : Bring to his notice however, some acquisition .'- articles of incorporation were filed--by the said Board of Commissioners. may \ read in thirty-four: states of the Union ,
i 1c or benefit to the town, he will.. '! 1I1! A. EX Drought, John M.. Lea and M. deem advisable. KISSIMMEE PARK : and five foreign countries. That is certainly '

euppress'his surprise.* look important Notary public bond of P. A. Vans Katz, fQr the purpose of starting the .2608.-Ab tracting;Tax Sales-When .. .a fine showing and worth a whole .I'
although preserving an exasperating Agnew, with W. H. Norton and T. M. Osceola COunty Abstract Company; ever the said Board of' County Commissioners lot to the state,\Times-Union. ,,. '
t? silence; but you cannot fail to perceive Murphy as sureties, was examined. and that later, R.: H. P.- Drought and Edgar aeem it advisable they shall We have been having: some refresh From the reading the above notice,.r.'
k he is proud 5f Kissimmee. Later, approved. B. Drought became interested in have abstracted any or all uf the tax ing rains of late and the.fruit trees are, itwould appear that 'the total subscription -
when you have almost forgotten the P-i8'to bond of E. F. Collier with the company. That subsequently the sales relating to any real estate situated looking fine. . list of the Valley Gazette was
subject, he will "be- drawing the infor- John Johnston and J. W. Miller as sureties interests of the Droughts passed to.. in the county. This shall 'be done Dr. D. P. Hustler and Mr. Curol of 1,50ft, whereas this paper distinctly
; mation from you, piece by piece in his was examined and approved.Rifle John M. Lee and M. Katz who after. under the supervision of the Clerk, who Carnegie, Pa., who bought land here in stated that was its circulation outsideof
: own peculiar way. carrying{ off the bond of S. W. Downing with wards sold to S. H. Bullock--who in shall receive a monthly compensation the spring, are down to inspect their Florida. Almost that number is
;, news to brag about to the folks at Ross Graves and N. C. Bryan as sure- turn sold to Arthur E. Donegar; and 1in 1e for himself or deputy, or deputies net holdings and prepare: for development.Mr. subscribed. for by persons in this state,
I home. ties was examined and approved. Urn sold an interept to Messrs. P. A. to exceed seventy-five dollars ($75.00)per ) Kratz, of Cleveland was over, making its circulation nearly 3,000. ,
1 1 f Bud )loves an argument, and I was Pistol bond of Charles 0 Berry withJ. Vans Agnew, E. N Fell and G. P. Garrett month during: .the performance of .. ,
not disappointed when, after the weather -' Z. Roberson and H. C. Stanford, as ;' that the present stockholders o* such services. The said abstract books - ----
.:..' ,; and crops had been discussed. he sureties was examined and approved. the company are Messrs. Vans Agnew : shall be so ruled and headed as to show
.; .' said: "I was reading in the paper Treasurer filed his report showingthe Fell. Garrett' and himself. As president -, number of certificate, date of sale, the
; (Bud is a subscriber), some time ago: following) balances on hand in the of the company, he desired to year for which taxes were unpaid
about a opimist. and 1 want to know various funds : state that he had no apology to make number and page of book where re Osceola

...} what brand of cattle it might be. I Revenue . . . . 9 406 25 for being in the abstract business; thatit corded date of redemption or cancellation Lumber
Well, now, what do you think of that Fine and forfeiture. 557 34 was a legitimate business, whose use date of deed, number and page of
for a question. That is a sample of School fund 5774 24 had been more thoroughly demonstrated book where recorded, and such other -
\ some ot the problems Bud hands out to Road fund 438: 80 in the past few years since the jn-i- information in such order as may _
; i. ..t me.. The.problem, of is how to I Speclat fund 386 19 migration of so many people from'the be deemed advisable. Company '
explain it to Bud. I courser Iy have to Convict lease 1328 9U West who were accustomed: to the use 2509.-Fees of Clerk for Furnishing -

; illustrate it in some homely manner. S. S. D. No.2. . . 52 1 54 of abstract books in their portion of Abstract.-When the records of the -
Scratching my head abstractedly and S. S. D. No. 3 . . 967 81 the country. That he wanted the position County have been abstracted. the fee
t_ I'J looking around for a suitable example, S. S. D. No.4. . 176 56' of the abstract company towardsthe of the Clerk for making an abstract .--------- DEALERS IN- ..---.---.-..
: my eyes rested on the team of mules; - county's owning its own set of shall be fifty cents for the first trans.

f! ,I moreover, one was minus blinders. Total $11089 33' books .thoroughly; : understood. That fer, and twenty-five cents for every. Rough and{ Dressed Lumber
: "Bud,' I anawered, "an optimist is the present company did not desire to other record affecting the same
like tbat mule of yours without the for which he tiled certificates of deposits handicap the County Commissioners in.. 2510.-Board May Purchase Abstract j
blinders." from the city banks. any way in the establishment of an abstract Books.-Upon a petition of a majority .
.Don't require th.m-hal a good disposition County Surveyor J. W. Oliver reported business, either in the purchase of the registered voters of any County WINDOWS DOORS .
, won't kick at anything unless that he had surveyed: the route of a set of booka,-or the making up of in this State the Board of County Commissioners ,
It is pretty rotten, and invariably of the proposed road leading from near I new ones. He further stated that a of said County, if the said
looks at the bright side of things. Lake Alligator to St. Cloud, and submitted number of citizens of the county Board deems it advisable, is hereby SHINGLES LATH, BRICK UME
: J' Bud's incredulous and dismayed look a plat of same, this being the seemed to be. laboring under a wrong authorized to purchase a set of abstract
l_ J was enough for me. Right then and same road t that the citizens of St. Cloud impression as they presumed that if books, for whatever price and on what-
t, there I knew I bad been presuming had petitioned for some time ago. the county owned its own abstract ever terms the Board may deem ex NC:>> \/ E: Lnrsy \NORKS
short acquaintance, with the mule, not There was also a reouest from the citizens books, they would be able to get abstracts -, pedient. The Clerk of the Court shal!
j Bud. I evidently had made a jackass of St. Cloud: Barfing that the coun- free of charge; but there is notch have the custody of said.books,- and
;: -, of myself when I had pointed out the ty make the connecting link betweenthe thing as free .abstract If tha they shall be open for examination free GENERAL BUILDING MATERIAL
.. hybrid as a .shining example; but how marl now on the county road leading county was in the business, the person of charge. '
was I to know he was not a Kissimmee to St. 'Cloqd and that now being getting the abstract would have to pay
mule. I laid by the town of St. Cloud. Upon tor it just M he would if it were got- S's ,;fFree Delivery to All Parts, of City f- t.'t t.
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motion duly seconded. Road ten from the difference Johns. .
k "Opimist. an opimist," reiterated Superin- private parties; only In Memory of Riley
tendent Ashton was instructed to make being a difference in the feel
.: 1, Bud aimin to"well wear, ah the declare hide off ah that was just 'this conhecting link; and also layout He also stated, further that in July [Editor, please publish thf'letter and ''t,

mist. Ah don't know about him opi-. the road according: to the report of the 1905. the Board of County Commission- oblige friends of the deceased, Riley ,
c look-I at such tin.e he at that time the Johns.] ,
in' the county surveyor, a as era was petitioned by -
at bright side but a'll) he
swear could reach the work. majority of the people of Osceola coun- DeLand, Fla., Aug 2, 1911. I
.got n' me on the thu side"when ah was hook- Arthur Bronson appeared before the ,t1 to establish an abstract company, Editor Valley Gazette.: Kiley Johns,
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trace and he
rubbed up the ; ruefully Board and asked for the privilege of either by the purchase of a set of an inmate of the convict camp operatedby
: Then he continued injured portion in the rear. placing a gate across the public, road Docks, or making a new set. That E. the DeLeon Naval Store Co., died GLENNREAGINADVERTISERS 1
: in a comically Imploring leading out from Campbell Station U Lesley, the'present chairman tbe yesterday at 6:05 a. m., of typhoid
.c., think I'm way rotten1: "Say, Mac, do you all which request' was granted by the Board but who was then clerk-of the fever, after a lingering illness, dying
|: v "Opimist, he re- Board on account of the fact that thereis circuit court, was instructed by the peacefully in the arms of his sorrowingwife
ah call
**' 'J4I.peated booster."opimist" that scound- very little traffic over this road. Board to get up data as to the cost; and his moth and brothers, who .
I ; Mr. W. B. Harris, editor of the KIs- and that he himself, being at that time were standing cloee t>y his bedside. ,
simmee Valley Gazette appeared be- deputy tax collector, assisted Mr. Lesley From the highest official down, nothing- -
\ Would This Kind of Assistance Be fore the Board. presenting his bill for as .Iso did W. S. Harwell and Superintendent but words of praise could be said of his We prepare and olace copy \

_ _ \ 1 i.t of Value t 16 You? the publication the recent acts of the W. J. Sears, to get up_the good behavior and industrious habits We compile and print booklets :
Legislature of Florida, which bill was necessary data; and had urged the Com while under their charge, and always We sell CALENDARS, Signs, Bulletins ', :;
_ 3 The officer and directors of this bank approved. mi aionera at that time to comply with placed the greatest faith irr him and Boards and Advertising Novelties in Leather, I
,, .v t believe that, in so far as safe and prudent I R. G. Johnston, Esq., attorney for the request of the people of the county; trusted him to within the limitations of Celluloid and Alluminum. .- 't
banking will permit, each and every Mr. I. It!. Lanier, appeared before the but that the Commissioners did not the law governinc! ttate convict: camps.
'; depositor Is entitled to our help and Board and requested that they pay a think it wise, and the matter had been His fellow Inmate expressed deepest - J
.ft' .assistance in the bettering of his.financial bill of $50, balance due" Mr. Lanier-on dropped until! the present time. .sorrow and join heartily with the officials .
H4\" .\ : interests.1.; right-of-way and for takingup fruit TheM facts'be said, could-he verified In praise of his brave efforts to WE ARE PUBLICITY EXPERTS. :
",,-'I ', .u we ....-'both able and willing to trees along the road leading to Lough- by Mr. Lesley fir Mr.. Harwell, or Mr. meet the demands of the law, h*having . t,
:. furnish this aid It is our earnest endeavor man. This bill had been overlooked on Sears> a gentle and lovable character. LONG DISTANCE PHONE 296 .. ;
,"; :-f" 1 to carry this belief to IU logical account of the changes made in the ''He also stated that his mind had not The DeLeon Naval Stores Co..through .
_ .,". fulfillment whether one's average bal- Board. Same was ordered paid.' changed. That he still believed the their representative, Captain S. G. TAMPA SUITE & 5 -FLORDA1$
_ _ ,,:* .jance I ia large or small. . The superintendent of th )poor farm wishes of the majority the people of Brooks,, looked after all details as to
_ "t '. .h w. shall .be.,.glad. --to have 1ou.bank A. W Crosby appeared b.for..th. the county_should.. ._ redndthat embalming; coffin, etc:.* shipping the _':_, BANK OF. TAMPA BUILDING! '
'". with amlt ,' Board and askedfor additional help to the county should either make aset j body to Whittier where Interment is _- ':.0 ,of _
'1 ....Sta ..Bank of Kissimmee. take. up the old orange trees.in the. poor. of new book. or purchase the ones j to b< made. ; ,
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Iti6 Kisslmmee : Mrs.' P;'W. Stalker here Tuosdsy'fer 'Bon. W,.\V Chandler bf.:'Bassinger. KISSiMMEt +

: ,. -T_L[I ye, nfrom.ahtwo. Fort:Mead*,, where she will_,be. the was In the city: this week in attendance GROWERS .. ffi
1 ; different.cities.In Ala- 'guest of her aister-for a 'month. Mr. upon the meeting ftbe School Board "'1 ' t ..' I'I
Stalker accompanied Ms wife to that of which- h -lira mejhber. He says > ---:--- use. ",

j:: *4 UB .IHEP' EV *. Ellis and J. 101: Mat: i thriving kittle citybut. returned.,the things in hl'.e tRJn.ar.ll1 a.most prosperous Can $hip'Their: Fruit Through Win- t 1'. ,
day following., state
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BTW. .e eave Wen visitors ter Park Association. .
f ', B I esU of the San Juan.-. 'The officers of the Board! of Trade ,
I Mr. Joe Woodward returned few In order to give the of Kli-
?; \, send out an 111'1rent'pl for all members growers FENOLE
to attend the meeting Monday lays ago from Kissitnmee, where he ith me. and vicinity, who are believers
., optician back night\ se matters will be [presented baa been playing ball with the Kissim in co-operation, an opportunity to ban.
Weather P hotel and solicits a share that mean much' to the future welfareof mee team. This team has been very die their' fruit through the Exchange,
.. Headache f e Kissimmee, successfulthis ;;season, winning 19 arrangement have been made with the TO EXTERMINATE
Pr Qavls. s,33tfy ; .' Barnes out of 80. Joe has some very fine Winter Park Association to handle such '
; Mr. I, S. Stratton' left Tuesday for recommendations from the managers of fruit-through their house.. E Bed BaA. Remits, Moth;,
..Following are : and family have Miami making the trip by auto, wherehe the.team as to his ability to do the ",..- famous house built by W. Cv.Temple, Ants Mosquitoes. Fleas, "
and handsome new bunga will buy oranges for a big New York ceiving" part. There. were four Bar- and said to be the best equipped packing : Flies, Spiders, tad all slut
ye ik peratures had built recently In the firm. Mr, Stratton states that it is his tow boy. on the team-Lewii Snedlgar. ho\ise. In the state .and whose of l
j'1}J .reported. by 'the of the, city. .' r'r, Intention, .to buy fruit along the east Noel Stanley, Will Davis and Joe Wood- brands brought the highest prices of veraia.TO .

,.4 .tatlon at Kl Rivera and children coast {rom May town to Miami. ward.-Bart.oCoIIne..1nformant.- any ofthe)', Orange connty houses last KILL -
week ending re- ". ,40 season... It.will cost a"total of 3 cents '
'5
night from bake Lice ,
aidpreveatFla
had The Laymens' Union will meet at the "A letter.'to.Messrs. Lu'! m ft Mac-: per box to.ahlp.fruif to,.Winter Park iIa'A a
$. : to relatives.they been on a Baptist church Sunday afternoon at Donough from Rev...FatherFox, writ- and 45 cents to put It through the house, MitesFowl.. ''T..killud
o.clock'and the services will be led'b ten from Creggaw, Carrickraore. Tyrone and thus Ret the benefit of the problem 'It'Qr+ .,eat Ticks,Flea Lice and
9 Friday. . ... . will go over to Cor- Mr. J. M: Gardner. A most cordial In Ireland,' where he Is on a visit to already solved by .the growers in the Flies oa AaJnsab.,
Saturday.. . .. and join his family for the vitation is extended to all men in the his parents instructs Messrs Ludlam 'Florida Citron Exchange We furnish

Sunday. . .. \ son, Stanley, f is also city, especially strangers, to attend. < &; MacDonough'tdatonce: begin looking I Held boxes and will pick your fruit if TO'. PREVENT '; i
Sunday. ,1'Mn ov 'r'and figuring upon the- plans for- desired, or growers can do their own i '
fd.onday. . . Dolph Berll and little daughter and the spread of to.titioae dis- .
warded to them with t .--Tuesday;. .. .. Kenly. purchasing! : agent have-returned from visit to Mr. Berliat work on the Catholic church here picked and delivered to the cars in perfectly eases.' To disinfect Stables :c-

, Wednesday.. . L> Railway Company, 'High Springs, where Mr. Berll is engaged upon his return, ,which will-be in the sound condition.For and Fowl Houses., 'Toiarare7omeU r'
y Thursday . . in the city looking af- in the manufacture of Ice, having fall. The church will cost not less than further particulars, address the perfection of healtk.; ,t '
e 0 the company a large contract-with the railway com- five thousand dollar and will be builton undersigned I
,L, pany for re-icing refrigerator cars. Sproull avenue opposite the Niemeyer ./ ORANGE: Op. CITRUS SUB-EXCHANGB, 4 y+ +
O'Berry came down from flat building. : I* D. Jones, Manager. I' FENOLE will not Injure or stain
morning for the Contractor T. W. Ellis has completedone WINTER PARK CITRUS GROWERS ASS'N. the finest or most delicate fabrics..Insects ,,
1 a fishing party for a of the sceptic tank for the city to A drill between. 32-tf H..Bourne, Manager. destroyed with Fenole
in the lower lake which the sewers will be connected to- the competitive practice: ,. will not poison house -pets. ,I or.
North and South Kissimmee hose tiJtl
I returned to his home in day. The excavation for the other one begin companies. Nos. 2 and 8, was held yesterday Apaohe Violins. chickens t ; '
about completed, and he will now -
[ Saturday after ten days is. work It. afternoon on the High School The .Apactres have three different Fenole leased with' sprayer
1 the brick and cement on
t his many friends old and grounds, the signal being the 6 o'clock kinds of violins, neb having. bat one Qts. 5c., i gal $1.35, .gal. $ .60.. ,
i .-Sanford Herald. Mr. Moses Folsom, after a residenceof whistle at the electric plant. The ,string and played with a. small bow. Sprayers 60c '
North Kissimmee Capt. C. C., -
several months at St. Cloud where company) #
wH 4w Overstreet and children he edited the Tribune, published;; in that Wolf, 'won. making the run from their Not the Cheapest ,bat the ,BEST: .
:, Blue Ribbon ice for Cairo, Ga.. where city by the Seminole Land and Investment station and throwing! ; a stream of water '" ...
31-tf three weeks with Mrs. Co..passed through the city on inexactly six minutes, while the South Manufactured only by

sister, Mrs. J. M. Poulk. Saturday en route to Washington. Kissimmee company, Capt. Ira Best, The ELITE THE FENOLE CHEMICAL CO.

.,d I.:: Old newspapers Evans has returned to the D. C. ... was difference fifteen In seconds the time behind of arrival them.at The the I CHOIOHHOMBS. TAMPA FLORIDA ;

,, 20 cents i a hundred two months' visit to rela- Kissimmee 1 boys who are interestedIn hydrants was only two seconds. The T REALTY For sale by
R. J. Cunningham Ga. -She was accom- the "Boys' Scout" movement are in- winning team received benus of fifty
..$1n Fraternity Hall niece Miss Laura Thomas. vitefl to meet with Dr. Downing at the cents each which had been offered by 8ELBOTFARMS OSCEOLA PHARMACY r + ,
'W. Christian church tomorrow( (Saturday) Chief R. b. Poster. An enthusiastic PARLOR Kisiimmee *'
"f Mr. John M. Lee the Thurman, the genial evening at 730 and diadm plans for an meeting of all three companies waa held -
+. ) Graystone, our pala Boys 12 up last evening, at which plans for the / VACANTLOTS .
4 to Orlando on gone to Philadelphia to organization. from years Mrs Miry s.....,.
betterment of 'the service were dis
are eligible. ,
important business mat- llMlftrKISSIMMEE -
; Miss Annie Ni cussed. _____
friends at Altamonte The United Brethren will hold their ANDAORKAQSl FOR RENT-All or a part of elegantly

Katz is at home from quarterly meeting at the school house His Wish: furnished six-room cottage. Apply to ;j
Mrs. M. Tiher and ) to spend his vacation known as Milliard's Island school house ."Hardworkln' wife you'v lOt Bill. rlOHID Mrs. Mary'M. Summers. 83-1t-pd'.4I,
:t,: ler spent Tuesday in ?, he being a student in on Saturday evening and all day Sun- "Tea; I wish I'd a couple morn like
and 20. Basket dinner on
n{; Mr. and Mrs School of Mines in that day the ,grounds Aug. 19; everybody invited. to come her."-Eicb: nK jUt Large desk blotter for.sale .here,.
j i ing friends in Tampa I with well filled baskets. v-

I Mr. and Mrs. R. S. E. Fouts, who moved here
4 in Tampa some months ago and Jade Watson, son of Hon. i. W.
sightseeing home in Prospect Park Watson, of Miami, ha* been spending t
r Mrs.. Howell bass / days this- week at Cedar few days here, the guest of his aunts, LUMBER L..THS.,. MOULDINGS BHINQLBB
: 1- Myers for a short Mrs. W. J. Sears and .Miss Sue Wat- .
son. Jack and Klssimmee have both
",tY Crushed Rose A. B. Wilson, of Jack made such rapid growth in the past few
'' on this market. K : in the city yesterday years that they scarce /recognize each .
P visit with the family of other. "
Osceola county is brother, Capt. R. G.
v Messrs. N. E. Barrick, and C. B.

ize a fair association. Fritz, of Kansas, owners of propertyon "i. ........ .
t Downing and Mr. W. )M. the Kissimmee prairie, were in the r ,
.r in Prof.the city Roy for Geiger a Bowen's ranch at Canoe city this week and made a trm south- to 'r r (Formerly McNair & Son) ;? '
to spend a few days with look over their aohfiags Both expressed -
week."Miss'Hlfda. l Dyal-Upchurch Building:, Jacksonville, Florida
with
and .try.-their hands themselves as well pleased R
'--- / the outlook for this section. and expectto Shipments made to any part or the state. Our stock Is.made from the best timber in Florida, Is well manufactured .

iting Miss Myers.- B. C. Miller and chil move their families here this fall. and carefully graded, and our facilities for filling orders for carload lots are exceptionally'' good. ,

'c' formant. for St. Petersburg, A sale of considerable importancewas
Miss Mary Rogero will spend a month with made this week when Mr. J. S.
'' the pleasures of that Stratton purchased the orange grove of! n-- .. _ _,
tony, are visiting: -- - - - -
. Big I'ine. A'I. Mr. R. O. Meek on the eastern shore of
Lake Tohopek liga, which addition to rr
', Mrs: H. M. Pfann is called, by the League, to 'I his already* extensive holdings makes
+ > day from a three subscribed'to the piano Mr. Stratton the owner of some of the r. n
at Lakeland. second meeting in the largest as well as the most productive
the regular; day fpr\ pay i groves in the state. T'I
Mr. E. D. Hogan .
looking B T. Hustler and Mr. Curoe of
,; yesterday Pound, of Mr. J. Dr. : _
ters in this city. former editor son of the Ga- Carnegie, Pa., owners of property I .' sa
Kissimmee Park, arrived in the city
of the Condole (Ga.)
+ A want ad in the and' after inspecting their
ways brings results, I visitinghis. sister, Mrs. A. purchases .were so well pleased that
five cents a liqe.! ? they immediately arranged with Mr. J.: TO'OU.R'FRIENDSe

Mr. B.:J..OQulnn One extra good young milk E. ,.Mattocks local agent of the Kis- s
galvanized shingles almost aimmee Valley'L.nd Company to ., : ; .
in the city today on ' ,
double their holdings. .. .. ',. .
. Reporter-Star.: j and some' nice round cy 4 'v." : ,,ts.ih .\ I. : ,'', ".';M Ji J.: /'' V" 'Vr\r.i', : ,1,':_> ." .', .. "!',<'
., posts. S. W. Downing The Tampa Board of Trade has established f :.. ; f" ; .
Mrs. H. C. S a Fla. 80-tf air honoV roll- to which all .
r city Sunday night tor members are eligible who make ft voluntary who, when looking for' .land,
at Green Sprsngs. Jolly left Wednesday contribution of one hundred dollars -
to join Mrs. M. J.
J to the advertising fund. Secretary
Miss Helen ] E. L Pearce, to which '.
thousand
Powell has naked for five dol-
would be better
month's visit toher .0 ladies went last week lars to .be used in his fall advertising thought they ,
11 ebb, at Bartow.
stay. campaign, and expects to have that
1
s amount raised by the end of this week.
- Meet me at Dann certainly hit the
and we will get a he had the resolution suited elsewhere: .
4 soda water-made. Council 'meeting Tuesday Mr. S. B. Aultman arrived home from ,
for bids to pave Broadway Chicago last Saturday night, where he
Mr. Fred Worth, I I6i brick. had spent the past several weeks look-
i :( leading cattle ing after extensive realty holdings in' v
I who has which he and Miss Elizabeth Dick-
'our city Wednesday. of Kissimmee, the owner&'of '
Mjss Bess Buchanan this erdike are jointly interested. Mr.
Mr. J. F. Williams to her home today, to Aultman states that he will at once d
prominent citizens, :') her many friends in the begin the erection of a handsome and
day transacting / Times modern residence on his lots on Church
e street
I had the misfor-
Henry \\ O'Berry
Rosalie, was in his foot severely on some Mr. A. M. Nicholson the taxidermist
having come by while working aboard his and dealer in all kinds of curios, wentto KISSIMMEE PARK '
with the result that Clay Springs yesterday searching fur
< Don't I crutches. a certain variety of fresh water snails -
ad in! the Valley wanted by' a New York firm, but was .
I 1 est investment you Stout, of Wichita, Kans.; unsuccessful. He left again today for
< for the Florida Drained Lake Kissimmee in the hope of finding -
, Mr. L. E. Llnd ej' in' the city this week what he wants there, the firm agreeingto r.. e }
', "City but now of pective homeseekers over take 50.000 If they can be gotten to

old friends here lands Fowler. Park. New. York alive.-Orlando ReporterStar. .

f "Messrs. Simpson Helpers" of the Chris- send and ask
.. Kissimmee were in met at the home of Lucy The Kissimmee Telephone Company Greetings ,.' .
t: .' business.Orlando ..... afternoon. Next is busy putting; up its poles along the I,
:: o clock they will meet streets of St. Cloud se provided in the .
Mrs. John : of Miss Porchie Pherigo. franchise granted some time ago.: !Eo Pardon for saying :
'I.:' for Atlanta, Ga., o S. Beeland is In'charge of the work. "
a month with Garrett, lids resigned his The poles are being distributed between .
and abstracter for SU Cloud and Kissimmee and it is
4Mrs.
.
J. H. Miller
"t' Title Guarantee Company hoped by not later than October lilt to ,
t 'Chicago are in the at the State Uni I have everything in working order and "
.:t. Mrs. Miller's sister, ; course in the law school. connections a made so that citizens of St. I Told You So"Valley '

Cloud will be enable*} to talk with the
Don't you know this came up from Kissimmee outside world. ..
Fletcher' Tonic is witness the ball game be- . I ,
vent or cure. ; and J Orlando but 'for Mr.: J. ;Emmett Rogers, of Mt. Ver- ,. v
failed to applaud when non, Ohio, has been -spending several
i
Mrs. Harry { Orlando-..Reporter-Star. days in the city prospecting. lie stated -
,', turned from visit _;;: to a representative of the Gazette .
at Kissimmee., Mattocks is spending a few that be was so well pleased with our .
on Kissimmee Prairie this section that if his affairs at home were
: Found-A pair of .
", his absence the Inter- so arranged that ba could stay, he i
tacles. Owner
can Valley Land Co. would wire his family to join him and +htKissimmee
at this office and
I after by J. McPhatter remain here now. He returned homeon R

I' meeting of Hart Memor Wednesday but will come again as .
Call loon as he can get his affairs m Ohio
at Waters &
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will be held Tuesday, Aug. I
and get some new instead of Monday, the I arranged so he can leave them. Land Company /

and mangrove The caucus will be held :
gallon. Mr. and Mrs Lawrence Men who L
/ alter the regular meeting. moved to St Cloud from New York last -

.. Col. J. L. Moon Is to be present at the Board September, passed through: the city "
'ious; residence Monday night. Bus Tuesday enrouto to Cuba where they J. E. MATTOCKS, Vfce-Presldent Manager
street, opposite the Importance will beshould go to make their permanent home. Mr.
W. J. Sears. every member Mena lived in Cuba for many years, ./ ., .' J;: r.
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; \ and owns extensive In ; .
to take part in the dis orange grove
d M>. and! Mrs. W.. Puerto' Principe province. ,\While Mr. KISSIMMEE FLORIDA
r \ daughter Miss Mena was highly pleased with conditions ,
ter, left Wednesday Reaves, the efficient clerk In Florida still ,he.did notfeel _ __ ,t -t, """
- tlveset-Mblberr! ':'-- store of C. W. Griffin, is justified in leaving bin property In the

.s annual two w ek' ..va bands of .Cubansduring these times .
t Mr. F. C. Bryan left yesterday for a few when a new insurgent take to the field s - +. -.- -'- ' _; ,v
--r"3-assJtaf three at Tampa ,aad preen every other, day, therefore: the reason S
In Georgia, bla of his going there.1: . . . "
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rnE:! ; Guarantee. Company ,OF DIPPING SHEEP ,.; W

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) Q.,' P, O1 RR, -TI'.Managet.t VkV'Pnc' abeep j t ba practical- .uc- ,SASH AND DOORS : ,
COM must be. thoroughly dyne, and .I
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Rethestite' when it la there; are no external para-
Tltjei examined and reported, Itea In the flock. Owing td the efficient A M
Taxes paid for-nonrresldenla ,work: of the 'United State department .: .
Instruments relating to real estate of agriculture, scab baa been \" . .. 1
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carefully;,drawn almost, entirely eradicated from the ..
"'"I Correspond nee flocks TO* America; Still, there are occasional .. ( rf.
Solicited .
outbreaks, showing that In '. ," .
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out of the way !flocks it still exist HERB t
;. Bat the tick la .wltb us In.great numbers YPU ARE! In order to make room for alargo i .

W. C. BASS and we must dip to rid the flock shipment of new ::
of that pent -write* p. II. Brown laFarm Pool Parlor .
Wholesale and Retail and Fireside. '
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A Dealer There Is no need for using poisonous One worthy of the a SASH AND ,
dips which are dangerous to sheep. and lor where YOu'll'aet courteoussef-naive par : : DOORS
will not i
men. The poisonous dips stay .
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1 Fresh Beef Pork and in the wool long enough or be. strong vice, A-l tables oopular prices ; In

+ e enough to kill the young/ ticks that short a thoroly good time. we offer All our present stock .
hatch out a wk. after dipping, and Come in tonight!
': MuttonPHONE as it takes two dipping anyway, andas of this liner of goods .
two dippings of n noupolsonous rAT ...-
dip will thoroughly cleanse .a flock H. E. BRYAN
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there Is no reason for endangering A "GREAT REDUCTION
r -m men and animals with the poisonous II I ;i'
4 4V I dlpa. Neither does '1t pay to make I

.. one's own erode dip The standard W. S. HARWELL for the next 30 days. ;
coal tar dips when properly applied '

: [ kenneth D. ButI.e are The cheapest underlying and principle absolutely In efQclent.the eradication : REAL ESTATE ;: ) .

ot the tick 'or the scab la first I Io I
Notary Public at Large
to kill all the living parasites by" Immersing i
BARBER SHOP the ftheep In the dip. Then lice over rtoberaoo'a Pharmacy
8. dip the second time when the eggs! that KISSIMMEE.; FLA. OSCEOLA HARDWARE CO. 'l''

were In the I wool nre hatched and before : s- -- 0-_ . .o _
Cold Drinks I CigarsKlisimmee the jountt hn\e crown: to full size I S. L. LUPFER Manager
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I I nail IIIMO InlQ PRITH n til In. \\\lth the
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FlaJ. tick this time Is nine to ten days Anytime Artesian Wells
J In the year when' the Hock Istlrkv ''I
or sonbbj li the time to dip, but DRILLED -
the host! time Is the week after shear ANY DEPTH
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THOMPSON notabsorb II lot. of dip The dipHlimiM I -
W. T
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KM to 110 dpjrreps 1". and, kept' there First-Class Work Guaranteed.
P Each: sheep should be kept In the FUNERAL DIRECTOR one minute liv the watch and tbe head Call at the Lake House, after ti p. ,nor MAGAZINE EDITION 25 CENTS EACH ,
4I should bo submerged" for an Instant at write
and liMivt" The should'' I
once dipped sheep
then !><> plue-cd, In u corral or pasture I' W. F, HAMILTON, Kissimmee, Fla i We'still have few of "" t
{ S LICENSED EMBALMER': a copies' the Special Magazine Edition of the Valley Gazette, so you had better get in ,
where sheep have not \been for at least ,
: two works before so that there will .., II Iw' I your order now before they are all gone. Finest souvenir of Florida Osceoli County and Kissimmee. .
; :Opposite Courthouse
be DO Hit tick or seal mites to crawl I -- - ----- -- -- ---
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thorn and lamb must i - -
on K-vpry'BhiM'p .
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ti I KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA bo dipped I :

On the, ninth or tenth day the flock 1
shoqld be dipped again-lie same .tn- -
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-FR. S. ,RAINS: ::; ( before fly (ilipplh every sheep[ and ,
I lamb and putting them in n clean) cor
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1 TAILOR SHOP ml or pasture the Hook will be free 1 (,
t 1 cut and make clothes to a man's from ticks for all time. Then everysheep 1/
that la brought Into tbe flock .
measure. I do the best steam cleaning -
from other flocks should be dipped
; in town. I dye any color. I do '
t. A Statement
twice. If this plan Is followed, the
t Ii"" any kind of repairing. I clean Hata. flock will always I be clean. .
I have two of the best Tailors the .
in t ,
I I In using the prepared dips one must ;
South. My place of business is in rear follow the directions for the particular

. of J. H. Redditt's Jewelry Store.! dip used and the, water and dip must .Some Claims and.

't P t PHONE NO. 210. be measured according to directions
and when It is and the temperature
CALL ME AND I WII COME FOR kept up[ the dipping will be absolutely ,
YOUR CLOTHES. efficient.
,:\' If for any reason the entire flock A Challenge I :
I' that Is tlcky cannot be dipped the week .
i following shearing the lambs should
.S. II. BULLOCKREAL I I be dipped anyway for soon. after the /'
: sheep are shorn most of the ticks leave r.
tho sheep and go to the lambs Thus I .
the lambs become badly Infested and Statement. .'
ESTATE should be dipped. .
...................%... :s .' The Florida Citrus Exchange hereby.announces that it*has averaged for the growers; affiliated witb. '.

1 INSURANCE R.n6ns FOP a Silo. ", the Exchange a higher price- iet on the trees-for their oranges shipped through the Exchange, this. ...... ,i '
Tbe Colorado Agricultural college season, than any other marketing l agency in the State of Florida, hat paid an average to its growers. for "

'. Examination'..of' Titles dairyman gives the should following have.reasons a silo: why, the oranges, of'similar_ grade pack and quality. .\., ', i -- ., ".!(.,""."tJt,,:' :"It. tI .:

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Jo"lrst.-By means of the silo more of 7 I .
{ t'w -Specialty." the food value. of forage can be saved Some Claims -- i \ ,

than by any other method of prepara-
1 Corresoondence Solicited. tlonKecond.. r CLAIM No. 1,The Florida Citrus Exchange claims that it has handle }Us citrus fruits, from time .

"\.,". ( .-The silo gives the means of ; of loading on cars until delivered at destination, including all charges of selling (which include broker- j

keeping in small compass n large I age, auction charges, salaries telegrams, and every expense of whatever nature and kind incurred in .
l quantity of fornge safe from the 1 selling such fruit) for less actual charges to the grower owning said fruit, than any other marketing I
Time to'pfan your weather and in convenient form to I agency in the State of Florida. .

SUMMER VACATION feed.Third.Forageplaced In the silo CLAIM No. 2-The Florida Citrus Exchange claims that it has obtained from the purchasers in the
market of United States for-the citrus fruits handled the Florida Citrus Exchange
the
places a higher price by y, .
ON THE BEACH keeps at a uniform quality, whereas
i. ; field cured forage constantly deteriorates during the season of 1910-11 than has been obtained by any other marketing agency in the State +

r Write to of Florida for fruit of similar grade and quality, sold at the same times. ,

--- Fourth.-Considering! the food value i i CLAIM'No. TheJFlofidi citrus Exchange claims that today its packs and brands stand higher

MRS. A. LENINGTON_ saved the silo affords the ,cheapest I . with the trade that purchases and sells citrus fruits in the markets of the country tan the packs and

n" means for forage preservation brands of any other marketing agency in the citrus deal in Florida, for fruit of same grade and quality.
Daytona Beach, Flas Fifth.-Because of the palatability CLAIM No. 4-The Florida Citrus Exchange claims that it is the only !agency operating in the

and succulence the silage [possesses citrus deal in Florida-that renders an honest, intelligible account sale to its shippers, in that it is the only '

,;. ...!. --' ._n. F i terms of rooms -forage higher dry feeding cured value Conservative than the same feeders _.... . agency in Florida that states on its account sale) the actual date and place of sale;the actual l amount of, .-. ---
and board received'for'thtf fruit sold the of the and states all deductions of
estimate that the silo doubles the money name purchaser; plainly every
REASONABLESILVER value of the forage crop. nature and kind-from the gross proceeds of the sale, which enables the grower to readily and intelligently -

BEACHLODGE Sixth.-Sllnge can be used In sum check back to see whether he has received an honest accounting or not.
II' ' mer and fall to supplement pasture.Se"enlb.It CLAIM No. 5-The Florida Citrus Exchange claims that no agency for the sale of citrus fruits,

on Ocean Avenue' is proved\ hat the silo operating in Florida, actually handles the fruit of its patron for total gross charge to the grower of

1'!I effects 'a considerable say ig in the 10 cents a box-or anything near that sum--to include all costs of handling, of whatsoever nature and ___ ____ -
Beach front, eastern exposure cost of producing beef, mutton and kind ; including brokerage, auction charges, commissions, salaries and other elaborate and undetailed ex-

tyt milk. penses, AS MANY GROWERS HAVE BEEN MISLED INTO BELIEVING. '
lghtb.-Tbe silo\ enables the farmer e'
CLAIM No. 6-The Florida Citrus Exchange claims that it is the only marketing agency operating
::.. cc_ __-cc I II to keep more live stock, which pro
t i motes the rotation of crops and the in citrus fruits in Florida that pays in full to the growers for whom it ships, all of the claims it col

I NORIDA'REAl' [ESTATE FOR SALE( preservation of soil fertility.Ag. lects from transportation companies for loss,, damage and overcharge. '

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Beautiful winter home sites sitrfated Limit For 8h..p. .A Challenge.
in the Lake Region oj Florida It Is never a good plan to have an .

9'arh trucking and Farming Landsjn! largeor age limit and dispose of all sheep VThe\ Florida Citrus Exchangehereby!: challenges any marketing agency operating in the State of
when they reach this age. If this is
small'tracts.CITY of the six foregoing claims-not by mere statements but r
Florida
4 done one is likely to retain unprofitable tq disprove any ex-parte by positive
PROPERTY A SPECIALTY sheep till the age limit U reached proof backed up by evidence, to be submitted to three unprejudiced, u unpartisan growers and operators '

-I J r Lilt your property with me for quick I and dispose of good ones before of experience in the State of Florida; and we will suggest as nominees for this Committee of Arbitration 'j t

..ake.k their period of usefulness Is over. three men well known throughout the State none of whom are affiliated with the Florida Citrus
Many a sheep! ot ten years old is Exchange, or have any leaning or partisanship therefor-to-wit:

H H. M. Breaker & CO. worth more than others at two. The I MR. KIMBALL C. ATWOOD I '"
?: ; ones that retain) their old vigor and productiveness MR. J. H. PRESTON,
to an age are tbe one
Box ns klSS MMES. FLA. whose progeny ought to be retainedIn MR. H. B. STEVENS,

z -- -- the flock and we will select aa our Expert to check up from the books of any accepter of this challenge, our Cash" ", .
ier, Mr. Charles 0. Harness who is to have just as free access to the book and records of the challeng.

i : r! L.J Tho 8ummr Hog House. irig party as the-representative of the challenger shall have in investigating our books and records. ,
VIIN DOLORr'j' An open front house with doping I
i lea board roof and triangular board sides .
I. Moral.-Ship through the Exchange and
makes a rood place for the pip or ff A

. brood sow in summer. Another good 1 ", .
hog house for summer use ta one with
1a tne' "roof ,only sloping two waya and t Get It All. ..;:

.. both ends left oat This, la protecting .
Estate .
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I never ain't\ bad no show,'' "
6 ..'Travel Easier. I've cot ..midlln'tight grip! sir, .

On the harmful o' thing I know;. : JFiveand Ten-Acre 1 -,

t faior of rood road* J; dop't pin outorTthe prophets ,:. .. :, ; _
: t : '' $ but when Arid tree will jmd that sort of thin "
the concrete-that It But'I b'liev{ in God and the angelsEversince ; -
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gravel.. Born-there Kentuck-are : one night lit spring.... '' 'Tractsin.BEAUTIFUL" a ,

: declare. themselves! 1.com into, .town.with tome turnips. ,, : 't. .
roads, but say they And my little Gabs came along tr

c" .. to go about getting No four-yew-pld- In-the county

:Could beat him for pretty and. strong,
It baa been ex Peart and chippy- and poesy,. ,
by the Federated and ......., ..\ ?' .
Always ready to swear fight, '
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Brandenburg Xy II \: :
And I'd lamt him to chaw terbacker <
live organisation:
.Jest to keep his! milk teeth white. "
a good road from .
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.a station' on The snow came down like a blanket LIBERTY :

r Henderson' and baa 8t Aa)passed by Taggart's store, : 1.
ndenbul1r no ,
a the citizens of that I[ went In for a jug; of molasses . '1.
either take a And left the team at the door. .
they stt'1
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\ over to Weldon to. They scared at something and started
I heard one little quail,

; possibly Is. a few And hell to split over the prairie .PARK.
the mud anywhere Went team. Little Breeches and all! I -
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The male citizens: of .
,, handling. the road Hell to adit over the>rairie! ''f

Y way that many 1 was almost froze with skcer ...
counties have been But we rousted op some torches .: /. '
multiplied by mud And searched fpr 'em far. and near.. .' - ',. ,v4.., a 1
but the mato' da- At last we struck bosses and wagon 'v

seem to know It Snowed under a soft white mound, .
m l up to the situation Upsot dead beat bat of little Gabe ;

: to to Weldon."pike" No hide nor hair was. found. Gem of all Suburbs .

than $1,200 by pri And here all hopes soured on me ;
:! and they asked the
Of my fellow cntter's aid.
; ] the rest. The court
I jest flopped down on my marrow bones .
f of
an appropriation Now Sale
: } ( of good f lth. Crotch deep in the snow and prayed.By on
the this the torches were played out,
completed by:
Next winter It will bo And me and Iirul Parr ... A
[ from Brandenburg Went off for some wooft to a sheepfold Itt
breaking a hame- That he said was somewhar thar. .
a singletree.. A ;
i be a load for a four We found it at last and a little shed rat
walking will\ not be Where they.shut up the lambs at night.
: when a big thaw We looked In and seen them huddled Char, In Buying a Home-Lo'okAhead ...:
( So warm and sleepy and white.

And thar sot Little Breeches and chirpedAs

peart as ever you see, 4d,
COUNTIES. "I want a chaw of terbacker,
-- And that's what'* the matter of-me-" .,...
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is the eeonom- -- --- -- + ,
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and intelligent How did he git thar_ Angels- t
permanent He could never have walked in that .
. ., and the storm For the wise man who desires his family -
of good roads
The county which : They just stooped down and toted him to grow up among healthful surroundings
by special taxes _: To whar it was safe and warm. .
. by doing It < : And J think that saving a child LIBERTY PARK is the logical location. ,If r,

the fashion entire when county a ', And fetching him to his oweIs the future of this matchless suoefb, couldbe
] for : a dunned sight better business
lump sum sya- .
Th. plan : Than loafing around the throne. I thrown upon a giant screen, you would ,
bonds by town -JOHN HAY. (
equally as bad, : see one of the best truck and citrus fruit 7

.. accordance be constructed with X<> CHURCH DIRECTORY sections in Florida,'on which will 'be growIng

{ ., taking care of J
_" making It ds- , magnificent crops. '1r
economical for .
each township to BAPTIST. The realization will come to you in the '
expensive road Bunyan Stephens, pastor. -
and equipment. Sunday- future, perhaps, when prices ire far advanced .: '
-, side, but the op-
fine for us to let I Bible School 9.45 a. m. even beyond your fondest ideas! of'J
making known Preaching 11 a. m. and 7.15 p. m. .
.. which are B. 'Y. B. U. 6:45 p. m. rising realty values. You cart buy: today,: GIs
by '
good roads
crock. There la Communion. Sunday. at mode ate cost, a homesite!: in a oectIon'S
ay and the right Monday (after 3rd Sunday). '
..-Wilmington Woman's Miss. Union-Devo. 3 p. tri. that ,will rapidly enhance in value, land, on .
( )Mednesday-after( sat Sunday), .: '
1 which will grow all kinds of citrus: fruits#
;) J Worn. MiseUnion'r, -Socialppto5pm:: : ,...

; ( ;) ;; ) ROADMAKING.. ':' .'' Th't Prayer meeting. 7.KK: p. m.\ t.-r v'-.l'.'. ,'. .. as well' as.every .kind bf vegetable .JtoW11ln. ,

!l : Visitors always welcome.PRESBYTERIAN.. this section/; located close to schtiol\-atld'
to Meet Motor and y
Car Traffic. i: churches every five-acre: tract being. in
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) I : Illustrates In roadmaklng the efforts the S. S. Snyder, pastor. I 'close prpximity to the best hard road in

< I by motor and trol- Sunday School 9.45 a. m.-A. :S:I. Osceola County and the proposed electric

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': Nelson SU erintendent.
roadway Is 'pro Church Service 11 a. m. and 7.30 p.m. railway, which will be completed and in t..I
and
West nartlepool Christian Endeavor 6.30 p. rri. 1
\ Newcastle, in the Prayer and Bible study Thursday 7.30 operation by January: 1, 1912. i

three-fourth.' a direct miles. m.VisitoM I' ,The dweller in the, country benefits, by } 4.1
most cordially invited to all]
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roadway the engineer
roads
h-en attention to the nervices. .1 good because they increase land z

In both heavy: -_ I values. Economy of transportation is the ( ..
and motor traf- METHODIST. < .
demands separate chief factor JILProfit-nt \king to 'the trucker '.'f
different Wm. H. Funk Ph. D, pastor. I
surface.possibly treatment Sunday School 9:45: a. m.-Prof. R. and farmer. This is a\ tract of the best y '. t Hi

I : provides- for a M. Evans, superintendent. I pine !Jn this section. ;. pine lands the : 'P 4
nine feet In width on Preaching services 11 a. m., and.7:30p. : are .

: the footpath a road for m. I choice of a majority our' settlers, not only "":{,.
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; fast traffic twenty- Boys League 1.30 p.m. ;
and on the west side on account of the and small (
I :: ; Junior League 2 p. m. I price cost of '
road for heavy: slow
Senior Wed. .
League 7:30
: p. jn
I feet In'wldth. Thin J clearing but because they find by proper
; : = of Gen. prayer service Thurs. 7:30: p. m.
i brghway plan further: purposes shows Holy communion ever lat Sunday. l' handling these lands are very productive i
You are cordially invited to each of: '
1 llt aide, of the foot
l ,, fourteen feet reserved these services. I and yield good crops of all kinds. This {

4. / : . : )' or trolley: purposes, _- i land is especially adapted to growing vegetables '
of land to be ac "
1 feet S. J. Vance,CHRISTIAN.pastor. I of all kinds, strawberries, oranges',: I" "
i to this will doubt. i II
J Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:45 1
: p. m. and grapefruit.
roadmaklng In Eng- 1
roads may be re Bible School 9.45a. m.-C. E. Yowell .j. *
( corresponding plan. superintendent; J. H. Harris. assistant We are sole agents for this property. ,

!! !! kinds advantages of traffic In would sepa superintendent.Christian Endeavor every Sunday Write today for prices and terms.'t'+ I

j different methods of evening at 4.30 p. m. \ ),
i to be used and Prayer meeting and choir practice ev B P
)o the traffic ac ery Thursday 7.30 p. m.EPISCOPAL .
: advantage would
} of the chance* of ac-
,) ;' j : advantage, would be .
| I permissible to fast Rev. David D. Kidd, rector. i'a
I lll Walter O. Hatnm.
Services every second and fourth SUn-
day. at 11-OO: a: m. '

.. "" services.Communion 2nd Sunday at morning i H. M. BREAKER &: Ch

READ THIS. Guild meeting every. first Tuesday.
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" t..t.d for road : Over, Osceola Pharmacy. ;::-- __..' _
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. subscribers a list of over four hundred .
.7., "" ;; : ::: ; ;: for necessary In. boob by the best authors any or all'Of '
to < R
: to how to prooeed KISSIMMEE FLORlW
sender which you have the'privilege reading V. ;
tests. The |
4 ,: : '" to all trans- for only $2,..which secures a single) -_- -':. ; -:;. ,
:' : pay membership, or $5 for a family mem- 1 6 A
.<) ., but adds from < bership. Capt. Trench the librarian ( ,
., :I : :: : ; ore. made without \ will issue you a membership card for
.)J r : : : the- party desire. < : the above.arn: UtJt.-1JbrlU7-\Q\ State. *Je
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FOR SALE-Good large lot, choice location MISCELLANEOUS WANTEDWANTEDYou J '
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splendid neighborhood; caeh ,
: :" j. Classified Advertisements ,I or terms. Apply P. O. Box 376, Kis- WADE the tuner Orlando. to see me for all kindsof PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
simiree, Fla 25-tf Ideal Estate and Fire and Life Insurance. w
- -- R. O. MEEK-Notary. !Public. ___.23--t, RO.Meek Kissimmee. 23-tf
I l' !! OUce: over Osceola PharmacyPHONES
FOR SALE. WANTED-The sweetest thing out for ',
POSITION WANTED-As salesman in : ) IleslJeoce 53 .
t I Advertisements are inserted under this head at the rate of 5 Cents i Orange; Grove and *'arm.-We have 10 your Tgirl-Fuller Greeme Candy- dry goods; gents' furnishing or shoe {Office 148 rW1 .,.
... "* acres of fine land two miles from St. fresh from factory Kissimmee Drug
insertion.
per line each store, by young married nan; several If
y Cloud and about mile from Company, 33-tf .
.. . I III. one a Station '1 years' experience. Refe rice fur '
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N1tt about one-fourth of the place ingooI nished. Address Will ETv/Breare, ,
' r FOR SALE' C. STANFORD CO. are agent for bearing'grove, fenced and croae- .FOR fresh. fish, phone the Rull Bass May town Fla. 31-4t ,", ''t........ .'. ,
the celebrated Hannan shoes for enced, two wells, rood stables and Market, No. 189. ,, '- 19-tf 0{ ': ."' , ""'1'. ',.''c,,.,". '
_.'men."';- : -' '19-tf outbuildings, rest of the land fine for G i--a JJRATTON to drive,; WANTED-Position by a man thor- : WINN ": *d:
:, your oughly qualified to take charge of
of House
:'A PAIR good; rentle work horapa larming'and truck-growing. artesian wells. 43-tf ;
for sale cheap. toss Graves. 26-tf FOR bargain in resident property burnt down. This will make some truck garden Or citrus grove. Inquire PHYSICIAN I
n truck lands and orange groves call on one a fine little farm, in good country FOR dressed poultry, phone the Rull at Valley! Gazette otf -e. 25-tf

+t FOR SALE-Pair good mules, harness H. M. Breaker. Kissimmee. Fla. 4-tf I and on main traveled road. Closeto Bass Market. No. 189. 19-tf. .. _J.. R.mtN'E DlONB ,", KmBIUMFB. M
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,.. and wagon. Call at Valley Gazette/: 0. church. Price 1500. Terms if -- -- OtMCB" 1'1'onh i" FI.O"UD,
I MUTTON, fresh, fat and fine, at the FOR KEXTDWELLINGS
t" office for particulars. 23-tf TWO very ,desirable resident lots in I desired.
Rull Bass Market, phone 189. 19-tf
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Carson addition each Oxl64 feet Fine Home Adjoining City Limits.2.JJ .- .
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y S i KING QusHtty shoes tor' matt-arCaa4t: \ There are 16 bearing orange: trees on acres adjoining city limits, over WOOD--, per strand, $1.25-; five-.-strands- ler. for rent, apply: to M. Til- I

a ;, Store _. _, 1-tf [ these lots, under' good new fence, j 200 bearing orange trees, Japanese t5.'U>. Kissimmee Lumber Co. 29-tf I F G. THOMASON\ !\\
-- located close to the lake. $150: cash persimmons and other fruits, 6 room ROOM .FOR RENT-Cool and pleasant. I ,..,,_
h CHOICE CITY LOTS for sale at low takes'the' two. :See H. M. Breaker I house, servants house, two barns, ANYONE anywhere can start a mail Mrs. Dennis Blenm, corner Sumner'and r
pncei. See or wnte H. Fleming for & Co 31-tf chicken house, and excellent shade, order business at home. No canvass- Orlando ave. :31 i
particulars. 40 tf ornamental shrubbery, and of the - --- PHYSICIAN and SURGEON :
'- -- --- -- one ing. Be your own boss. Send for free .
FINE LOCATION For delightful moet delightful homes in this part of booklet. Tells how. Heacock, A 2144, FOR RENT-For cash or on shares' ten .... .
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1 FOR SALE-Ohio Chester White pigs home, 90x150 feet of ground northeast the country. Can look right down Lockport, N. Y. acres best land, three miles from Office Phones '
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male and female. Apply to H. W. I front, beautiful view of the lake, Main street from front door, so con- town, has flowing well, is plowed and and 3. Residence 126 1

Boice, Vine St. and Bermuda Av. 83tf only one block from court house, in venient to high school, church, good WE-Are. offering some very desirable fenced. Apply to I'. J. Cunningham '.

finest part of the city, just the place market, etc. Owned' by a party, resident lots, located three blocks P. O. box 841.. 27-tf B. D. WIENENGA e:
? FOR SALE-Forty lots in one body. for nice home in good neighborhood.; for stele' at $4250. Terms if desired. from the Court House, on nice high ROOMS TO RENT-Either f-JR. ii
_r, } 7 Price ao year can be doubled Terms if desired. Price $750. Nel- 11.22 acres adjoining; city limits, part elevation, for $200 for inside and $250 suite suitable for light single house oren VETERINARIAN : ;
k within two Valley Gazette. son Realty Co. 33-tf excellent trucking lands, balance fine for corner lots. Alley in rear of all keeping.; Apply to Mrs. A. A. ',t
Sltf fine these lots. Cash time. Letus Simp"I STOCK TREATED FOR wALL
for citrus fruits orange trees on or short son. I f
shotgun FIVE city lots on which is located a either side of this land good deep show you these lots. H. M. DISEASES! ) .
FOR SALE-A 12 ga. automatic nice new ,five-room cottage fine view well just put down, considerable _Breltkel' &Co._- 24-tf ---,----- Day I'hon. 8S7kiht t4

practically new Inside and out. of the lake, cool breezes. .This prop- fencing, 6,room house, just the place ....... ', > I'honi 182 ORLANDO, FEA. .'

I First $22.60 G.gets Canova.it. See it at Making 33tf erty is located close to the proposed for a good home that will growjg pid- AN intelUgent person may earn $100 ri: .UB1\\ ..- ',.I.

l' son's. R. - - ------- electric line, on high level lots. A ly In value, and excellent school and "Monthly corresponding for newspa lI r A. VANS AONCW ,,'
bargain at1600. Let us show you church privileges; good markets. pers. No canvassing. Send for par- w' 'cawroao '
f FOR SALE-Eggplant plants, $5 per this propert_, H. M. Breaker & Co. 5 acres, with large corner lot adjoining, I ticulars. Press :Syndicate; B 2245 Real Estate Agency. VANS AGNEW & CRAWFORDATTORNEYSATLAW .:
1,000; tomato plants, $2.50 per 1,000; Sl-tf fronting; town, outside corporate lim-I Lockport N.Y. : _
ready for delivery August 15th" Address its, beautiful view of city and lake, .. I' llomceN
'f New Eden Plantation Nar- FOR SALE-Twelve Are and excellent healthful breezes from off 'iOU-Are thinking of coming to Florida -

h t coossee. Fla. 32-tf grapefruit grove, abo\t three orange miles the lake, delightful place to,live, and Of course you want the best Realty bought arid sold. : H.I,5Ji citizen Hank Building '
for the least We
an and grapefruit property money. Houses rented. I Kissimmee
\road. Will grow orange grove
from Kissimmee, on rail FloHdaKr
.J 'FOR SALE Fine close to the fill ,
corner requirements whetherit
and have all of life can your
advantages city ,
and business the sell at a bargain. AddrTas W. H. be lot five Taxes paid and Titles ver-
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depot partof city, the freedom of country. a city or acre tract, .
yet enjoy
fine location for residence or business, Arnold, Kissimmee, Fla. 41-tf section of land, thous- ified for nonresidents.Fire .
Price only $800, on terms if desired. a or a twenty .. *. L. MOON .
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1'' lot 75x95 feet. Cheap at$1250. Nelson FOUR-acre, and Several Pinedale 5-acre farms foe sale, ,and acre tract. Wnte us regardingyour Life and Accident In- OCIOKB
t Realty Co. 33-tf orange grapefruit where and build! wants. Every piece of property t &
{ can GEIGER
with trees you grow groves surance. ]MOON
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'j bearing' ,
grove sold at exact price placed on it by the
a home that has social and edu- .
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five acre. muck and ten acres 'pine Indemnity Bonds.
r I FOR SALE-55 acres land near Winter cational advantages. These 5-acre owner. No padding of prices on ATTORNEYSATLAWOffice
+ Haven, 43 acres young grove, 1500 land In cultivation, thirty and one- property listed with us for sale. H. .. l
\ half unimproved land five-room farms are valuable, and can be bad --_. ...--W_. .
grapefruit trees, 600 orange; large acres at from $250 to$375 per farm. Terms M. Breaker & Co.- 24-tf State Bank Building I-* It
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box house, good barn and welt.
lake.: Price $6000' terms E. L. I
w Haskins, Winter Haven.easy Fla. 31.3tpdFOR improved land all under good fence. if desired. Come secure a home be- ERNEST L. GREEN SIGN WRITER QR. J. W. .SIMPSON Kissimmee Florida '
t fore all of.
r This property on the north side of are disposed -Sign, Auto Carriage Painting. I
HONEST: and square deals in all East hake, four miles from Narcoos- You can get fine Park Garden .lands at guarantee all work. Let me figure DI NTIST. F. KRIBBS
prices that will to be'very G I
see, nine miles from Kissimmee. prove with on that job. P. O. Box
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) j kinds of real estate call on or write when learn their intrinsic you m
W. H. Farmer, Box 822. 16-tf Price (4.500)(( $2.500 cash balance one cheap you 139, Kissimmee, Fls. 16-tf 'Upstairs In Katz Building.
value. The best are always the ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
year. H, M. Breaker & Co. 9 .. to 12 .
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t _,_ cheapest and remember that"For : handle smooth OFPII-K HOURS: f ?
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1 N HANNAN SHOES are high class shoes. 130; t follows the flow. We
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FOR SALE-163 acres twelve guarantee almost and bent
acres at right an-
4' square Telephone No. 76 Jun b. IrrT"R.
Call and them. H. C. Stanford State Bank
see I cleared, balance good pine land with flowing wells In Park Garden, andit gles. Think I probably set it down Building
Company. 10-tt clay subsoil; about 200 bearing ia certainly the best and richest In some store and forgot it. Anyone I W. W. CARSON -- ---- - -.. -

orange trees on place. Four room truck lands in the country.. Price with a stray umbrella answering I. .... f1W.1
4 FOR. SALE -Twenty-five I
LAUNCH cottage, good barn and other out $100 per acre. Terms to suit pur- above description will confer a favor DENTIST ROBERT G. JOHNSTON "
yr feet long, aix h. p. gasoline engine, chaser. You can earn nearly all the -
i buildings. Located five miles west by notifying the owner, S. W. Down- !
in good condition. For price, etc., of Orlando, on good clay road. For money on these lands to pay for them. i ing. 32-tf Office over Cole's Jewelry Store
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b .i I I address, F. Newton I price, terms, etc., address Box 256, Z3-tf NELSON REALfY'CO.WEHave Office Hours: 8-15, 1-6 ATTORNEY AT LAWKISSJMBEE rr:
'.'', Fla.. -_-33-2tpd- --- Orlando, Fla. 19-6naos-pd NICE-Centralv! located home on beautiful Office phone 158
&l lot listed some of the roost desirable corner lot, only three blocks Residence
BEAUTIFUL lake front consisting 28
>, half block the best f HOUSE of seven rooms on' large lot, property on the market, both from Broadway, house ia lighted : FLORIDA
_____. \I of a 'in, the eltyin Will aell 108x208 feet, with fine shade trees, city and county, which we offer at with electricity, ha bath, toilet and E. DERBYSHIRE, M. D., .. Wit'
a neighborhood who will it to I good well. is located the lowest price to be obtained.? kitchen oink;; new cement sidewalk; ",
only to party Improve on one of the marred ttreeta, right in There is no paddJnC-oL.prices by us, house contains" seven rooms including DR.-N, L. BRYAN
with
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i.erty.interested H. M. Breaker I city,and can be purchased for a short price placed on it by the owner. to 16-foot alley. W. can treatment, of Women and DENTIST '
"' party. 81tfl time for only $1700, half cash bal- Write us your requirements'' and we offer this beautiful home "on _very - Children. Squires i'
11" Ca ) J aba six and twelve montha. If ;you will do our beet-to ple.rou; by T reasonable term. 'Full particulars New York Building

l ,.,/BEE ing Quality shoe f before buying I desire bargain, see'ya quick. H. showing just the kind of property you to Interested parties H. M. Breaker Office over Citizen Bank. PHONE 184 I ArenueiST. .g' rt.
pj -... t Cub Stora, 1-tf I M. Breaker &; Co. 81- f' desire. H. Breaker & Co. 24-tf &: Co c 24-tf 24-Smospd CLOUD 1ALOe1DA .45
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