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 18, 1911
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00503
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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Arf/iur. Donegfm J.: Ariother'Company Wilt
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The Jewel oft North < % . . '
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For the State Senate .
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: America in Florida x.. to KissimmeeThe .
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Osceola County's Gifted Citizen Seeks to Repre- -
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'- Location'of This
: City Makes It the atu D.lHeadquarters'
{, sent This District in the Higher Branch 'of Written-. for the Valley Gazette by F. A. STBOUP ;

the Florida of Novlngfer{ Mo. ., . of"Laud 'Compoulefi .Operating
'Legislature. -
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--_. . I .. In Any of the Lower Counties. ,
One of the most Important political Osceola, has at the same time been When the North is wrapped in ice .and snow, '" ,

announcement of the year was madeIn closely identified with the (otererta of And Winds from the -region blow, I southern The rapIdity Florida with which central and he begins the cultivation of_ 'Florida 1

Kissimmee this week when Hon. Arthur Orange county, and has never lost an is being pOpulatedwith soil. It la more than' likely'are vc
Where shall the seekers of ?
E. Donegan, for the past three opportunity to sp"eak& a good word and .pleasure go desirable residents from the) North unecrupuloueIand: !, 'companies' this ,(-

ye rt..Osceola county' efficient tferk do a good turn for his neighbors on the To Kissiminee. and Wet, has induced many land companies ante that claipi wonders for their land >

of the circuit court, declared it to be north, and in the legislature of 1907 introduced to buy an' extensive-!: amount of that could not possibly' exist, but bare i..

his Intention not to stand for relelec4fr and had passed memorial: tot Where the sun shine warm in winter day, acreage t* dispose of to horoeseekers, we' show the homeseekef what the I ,

I And soft sea breezes round you play, .. notably among these. Is the Hunter ground really produces and what the ',2 (. "
Land Company, the Southern Colonization cost of production Is. t,
Cozily on the Tohopekajiga: lay, ) 'f 4// .. Ir
Company, the Coldern Land Com.panyand The firm of Martin &: Border Is- I' '"
Beautiful Ki.*immee the Klssimmee Valley Land ranked :
among the largest and most
; t Company, each of which have their substantial in the'real estateworld, sod

And'daylight bring to wondering view headquarters in Kissimmee, for the It would mean much to 'our city if we 5
Enchanting scenes and visions new, reason that their holdings In this and could Induce it to establish headquar 1

Flowers. and palms, under skies of blue, adjoining counties can be best reached ten here. Anyhow,.we venture the
9'r In Kissimmee.But from this place. assertion that such will be an accom

the Board of Trade being ever aliveto pla.hed.fact. before the end of the year n
i v anything that will enhance the interests for when T.'A. Carson onto
gets a job
days seem short, nights quickly fall, of our people, and especially he doesn't let up until he successfully *

We've no desire for a Northern call, Hon. C. A. Carson, who is chairman of complete It

t1* a Lt For Southern-, glamuor is over all its transportation committee, a few

y Af Kissinimee. weeks ago learned that the firm of WORiTPROGRESSING '

Martin & Borders, large dealer inland I

with headquarter at Kansas I -
There's' a varied charm we can't express, Mo., had acquired several hundred In Beautifying' and; Making 5Ifiets '

A restful peace from care and stress, thousand acres of land in DeSoto coun-
in Cape Breeze. '
A sort of old-world happiness ty, which they intended to cut up into .

I About KUsimmee. small tracts 'and place on the market Last week the Valley 'G eon
that f
for sale to home seekers. This infer talned an extended notice or magnificent

mation was all that was'n celssry to residence addition Cape
And when reach St. Peter's
we gate,
\ I put Mr. Carson to work to induce that Breeze-and told of the many Improvements
If it is closed and we're too late
firm to make Kissimmee. the bans of Messrs. Ludlam & MacDonough

r } We'll just go back and gladly wait their operations, as the following correspondence intended making, and we are now prepared i ,

+ In Kissimmee.For will show : to state that the improvements !
are fairly under 4 fit
y Kissimmee, Fla, Aug. 4, 1911. way
nowhere else are the skiea\ so dear, Mr. J. H. Borders. Kansas City, Mo. A large force of men are at work: u

And nowhere else is life so dear Dear Sir : My attention has just grading the streets and making,culverts i1
and in a very fewdays the lay
- been called to between
1 some.correspondence
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____ never Heavenseemed so near a gentleman of this city and ing of cement sidewalks and the.J> ,..
As in Kissimmee. t of the sea wall will begin. There
n concerning headquarters for
will be three miles of cement sidewalks,
your operations- Flonda. He has already -
written you concerning boat facilities along which culvert made of'the same

but in behalf of the Board of material will! run. The old dralnagc ;

......c Trade of Kissimmee, which Is a live ditch baa been filled In, and the entire

. "'p nON: ARTHUR E. DONEGAN.the I The Board of organization, I want to express a very gtounds are being made-* level a* a

....-.-. Trade warm and cordial Invitation to you to I floor. '. .. vb

rtion i to this 1 position, but to become a congress of the U'i'i' States for make this your headquarters. In my Messrs. Ludlam &:'MacDonough have

Candidate: for the state senate from the an appropriation to improve the St. I opinion the boat service could be arranged been commissioned by Hon. Arthur E. g.
Discusses Good Roads Donegan to the make
district composed of Orange and Osce Johns river between Sanford and Lake quite satisfactorily. Ypu, no draw. plan and t
ola counties. Pil"nflltttl which lies in Orange county.Mr. doubt, will realize the importance of a specifications for an eight thousand

This announcement means much to Donegan has been boosting Kis trip fraught with pleasure and inspiring dollar residence to be built ,In Cape 4

i the people of Osceola county. It means simmee and Osceola county ever sincehe And Passes a Motion to Co-operate With the St. scenery to attract the proposed 'Breeze on the boulevard overlookjngthe -

that this county is! going to lose one of has been able to. boost anything, and buyer. The Kissimmee River trip is lake, the point selected by. :Mr.: ,i

.. the best clerks of the circuit court in baa always been prominently fdentified Cloud Board -of Trade in 'the Matter of a something unique along these lines. Donegan being, the extreroa southeastern

f its history, but it g-ivel to the people of with every ''interest of -progress here Straight Road Between the Two .Cities. Facilities for transacting' business, of .section of the' addition and those

both these counties the opportunity to He served for a term as president of .. .,. every kind In our place are quite good. gentlemen state that several J other persons .

Jr, have a representative in> the Florida the Kissimmee Board of Trade, and did {, O"ur people will' heartily cooperatewith are contemplating building residences -

senate' who will prove 'the equal of the much reaTgood for the city in the way v The usual number Klssimmee's enterprising ent Let's give !it one scraping, enyI. you in every legitimate: way. there of like cost just. soon'as'

ablest men that can be sent there, and of inducing new comers to settle here and progressive citizens who way." ***" We trust you will give this matter the work of laying aldewalkraad.,

it Is a fact the democratic voters of and'jn the material advancement of the are members of the Board of Trade, Treasurer G. F. Parker presented a your careful consideration, and that filling in the lake front is completed..
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these counties will' not be slow in taking -' city. In fact, it is a common sayingm ; met in regular session Monday night < list of those members who were more you may locate with us in the near'fu- It will repay any of our people to

advantage of. Kiesimmee", 'that if you want to know and discussed at considerable length I than three months in airfare, ahd after : ture. visit Cape Breeze' and, see what is being ,

Arthur Uonegan has lived practically]I Which side of a question Arthur Lone- matters that tend to the advancement thoroughly discussing; the matter it Kindly let me hear from you at your accomplished by Messrs. Ludlam &; :

"yr, all of his life in Osceola county, and all gan is on, find the progressive side and of both our city anu' county, the main I was decided to retai< J\?| ,the roll those early conv.rni nce. MacDonough in the way of making a''

> the school education he ever received 'I put his name there. questions being 'good roads and the I who would pay the sum < r: two dollars, Yours truly, veritable paradise out of what' has for

was in the public'' schools of this COIMI-' Arthur Donegan has made his way inthe county fair." ,I that amount cancelling fall back dues C" A. CARSON, all time been, waste- land.

i ty. He is what might be called aft1' business world step by step. He The question of good roads was intro- :I and putting them square. on the books Chairman Transportation Com. Kissim

'. "original, genuine" Orange and Osce- I lias long been considered good authorityon duced through the reading of a com- to date. mee Board of Trade. OUR COUNTY fAIR ;:

ola man. land values, and his optimism and munication from the St. Cloud Board of j I I A bill for $8 from the Manufacturers And to that letter the following reply -

't Even before Mr. Donegan became of faith in the future of this section of Trade, in which that body pledged its I'. Record for advertising was approved was received : Every Part of the County Is"Jaki'ngActive rl

age he took a keen and active interest the state, together with his knowledgeof assistance in having the wagon road I| and ordered paid.: Kansts City, Mo., Aug. 8, 1911.C. \

in the polities of his county and state., the value of our lands, induced him between: this city and St. Cloud straight- |I At this stage of the proceedings, Sec- A. Carson, Kissimmee,City, Fla. Interest in the Plan. $

if and he has served the county well and years ago; to invest in.these lands, and ened s(5 as to parallel the railroad track retary 11. Clay Stanford made a most Dear Sir : Your very kind invitationto There never has; possibly been a a S

faithfully in a number of capacities., by judiciously putting back into the all the way The discussion that followed eloquent plea for the county fair, say- make Kissimmee the headquarters proposition preserited to the people of

His first office was that of supervisor soil the small meagre profits of his first the reading of this communica-4 Jng that nothing was ot more importrance for our handling of Indian prairie lands this county that has met with such universal

,of registration. Later he was deputytax investments and increasing them from ion "was exceedingly spirited and I to our people or would result-in" received. On Our next trip to Flonda favor a* ha the' plan to hold a

collector, then deputy clerk of the time to time, he has acquired some dulged in by almost every one "10-1 I more general good. 'He urged every 'we will try to make, this river trip and fair in this city some time during the k

court. He was elected to represent, very valuable properties. In additionto and without exception the opinion was I member to take as many shares in the see what the inducements for same. I coming winter.. From every comer of

this county in the legislature; of 1907, the land! market he has always been expressed that good; roads was one of ''company as possibfe, as it would require Yours very truly, the county come the news that the la

and in that session was one of the lead- more or leas interested in the cattle our county's most urgent needs, and a large amount of money to holdI . R. J. MARTIN. : people are talking "fair" above every- .

;, Ing members. In 1909 he became a business. that a good, straight, marl road between I I I a fair in' keeping with'the resources, thing else, and hundreds have declared t.,

"; candidate for clerk of the circuit court, On account of Mr. Donegan's extensive Kissimmee and St..Cloud was an the! {possibilities and the general pro- I In connection with the boat serviceon their I intention to take one or more 'j
our water route alluded to In Mr.Carson's syJ
and was elected without opposition business interests and connections, absolute necessity. A committee was gretrgiveness of our county, but that he, shares t>f stock in the association
I letter, wish to state that y
an unusual thing for the occupant of he is well equipped for the discharge appointed to work in conjunction with |, fell certain the fair would be self-sue- we Subscription blanks are in the hands ?
Johnson three
l" this office. It was generally conceded I jpf I ihf duties 6' senator, and "hie Well the St. Cloud Board of Trade along Vhat j I taming; after the first year. Captain owns steamboats of every member of the temporary

i uy that he would not have opposition for known popularity,; io all sections of the line. I Several members spoke along the operating between Klssimmee board of directors as well\ as the committee {

') re-election in the primaries of next stHtc will make him a cower in that same line, all urging} the.xlisplay of a Bassenger. Thetriptoliauenget, from over the and aa i
I' ixxdv. and an official to whom both counties In the matter of good roads, we publish rnnning only in day time, takes two county j'Boon
": -k year, and his announcement at this can point! to with pride. the following extract from the Or- most liberal" spirit in the taking of fair I days. Running day and night with a as these gentlemen' report that y

,i time for the senate will in all lando Reporter-Star, and believe that stock, and pledged; themselves to do all ; they have thoroughly canvassed their
headlight would take Thereare
J. f-; ity settle the senatorial race probabil'j KISSIMMEE AUTO CO. if our Board of Trade would take some in their power to make it a monumental; several good landings one between day. Fort districts, a meeting will be called for -d {
these two counties are concerned. action looking to a better road from success. K-issimmea! And Lake Okeechobee. Fort the purpose,, of effecting a permanent
S:, When the county of Osceola was I j organization and electing officers Who 9''
cre here to Orlando, something might; be I Kissimmee is in 33-32 There is
.;:.f ated, the, late John Milton Bryan was Combines Its Business With That of accomplished : ABSTRACT BOOKS good; landing in 34-31, northeast of Ista-one will have direct charge of holding the r
.p the senator but at the election Griffin's -1
next Garage.The ,
"Every day' 'kicks are registered poga. From this landing the road runs fair.We
p Orange county furnished the senator sale last week by Mr. Arthur E. against the road between this place and I IOf Osceola Title Guarantee Com- south between Istapoga and the Kis will not urge upon our people the
and M, R. Marks wa elected. lie was Donegan at the Kissimmee Auto Company necessity of being liberal in their subscriptions d
Kissimmee, according to I those simmee River
on a good
succeeded two years later by E. N. to Mr. E. L. Lesley was followedon are pany Bought by Company. very for stock, as we do not be'j '
Tuesday by the of who compelled to travel it, is in a II and subsantial bridge. There Is another -
A Hammond of Orange county, giving uniting that business At the last session of the Board of lieVe there is a man in the county who 'j ti
with the Griffin Garage, and in the deplorable: condition. Ruts are worn aa good landing at Lai1ler'sln the
that county the senator for eight years. I County Commissioners. a motion was does not recognize the good that will ,
future Mr. J J. Griffin will have
the crooked as a snake and very deep, whil northeast corner of 36-32, Then there result to eur county from the holding
Mr.Hammond was succeeded by C. A. sole of both appointing a committee to i
management passed use
garages.It weeds and bushes are allowed to grow 'in the Bassenger landing in 36-33: and of this fair, but we de ira to make
Canon, of Kissimmee, who served for has been something less than three its best judgment as to whether the ,
plain that it will considerable
along the right of-way. ; It is well another require a
i1 since the first auto good landing at Morgan's; in
,, eight years and ha was in turn succeeded appeared on known- that county" should purchase a set of abstract sum of money to bold a fair in keeping t
our streets, with the exception of one our road superintendent is 37-3f-
by Louis C. with lIt e progress our county has and -.
of books.
.. Massey Orlando, owned by Mr. II. W. Thurman, and a very busy man, and is kept on the So it will be seen that Kissimmee 1 is i i. making, and the association made noT
I.lV who has just completed his service of now there are almost a hundred in daily The committee, consisting of Messrs.
.j imp, but the scraper going over this the logical point for this firm to establish mistake when the capital stock was
; eight years. Then, clearly if use by our people, giving KUsimmee Bass, Lesley and Overstreet, have
precedent placed at twenty-five dollars.
filling the purl thousand .I
strip ruts and cutting out l
t ; the air of a real up-to-date city. headquarters. as these lands can s ""SI
1x1 is to be observed, it is Osceola'stime chased the abstract books of the Osce-
Mr. Griffin Is considered one of the the: undergrowth would work wonders. be reached in a shorter space of time S's
\' to have the senator, again, and in most expert automobile men in the Kissimmee I is planning a big fair in the ola Title Guarantee Company, paying and with less expense than from A Happy Wedding.
presenting the name of Arthur Done- state, and' his success in the sale of winter when therefor the sum of t6,500. and OsceolaIs any/ #
early thousands will drive other railroad station. Besides, here a Last evening at the home of U>e
gan, the people of this feel that standard-make can in this And nearby of the few counties of the
county one very
cities has been phenomenal. Both over this highway to the capital of Os- prospective purchaser of a home site bride. Judge: G. F. Parker united in sx
a they can assure the people of Orange gar- state which now possesses abstract marriage Rev. T. E. Relfe and Mrs.
ages are equipped with every appliance cola: it* the road is put in shape, but anywhere in central or south Florida .t
'< '' county of a representative In the state for the care and keeping of cars, and nth. present condition! is. almost book. of !its own. The book will be Martha J.. Wilson. Immediately, after 1 fi
b '\senate in-_evsry.way the equal of any as- this city Is on the direct route from worth the'price of 'open for examination by the public. I can have an ocular demonstration of the ceremony. tho happy couple repaired: ,
a car or handsome what the soil produces to the borne of the ID South KIs-
groom ,
'1 of those who have the east to the west coast as well a* free of charge..but when the clerk as on every
preceded him In of .
of kind to of they wilt reside (fn fu- . "
rig any say nothing the hand simntee.where ,
Jacksonville Tampa, auto .we have citrus and ,
"j service in that distinguished body. the circuit court, who ia. custodian of groves vegetable tureTb r. bride had oaly returned 11
always try to make this point when Innumerable farm wagons compelled to the books, furnishes abstract to parI I garden that tell in plain words I night from West ,,,.it f a r
Mr. Wednesday Virginia
: Donegan while
,, "., always ItrinaIn' desiring.anything done to their car, use I it,: to attempt the ,journey.. st pre.j .- ties-., desiring. them. ate. 'is charged. what homeaeeker can, expect when where she had spent the.ummgr- ',, -,-". "i-, .f'

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In Deed
!& Notice of Application for Tax. .IDe or uaplba;, may ovm.r* .M not- exceeding\ 7. .1'

ft; ''i..bAMON.TrwUmt.: J."A* CBANFOUX.V ..Lo-LttPra. i Broom. Corn where broom-corn can be.. grown- C- ,Under Section 67'4'.and 575J aut gauona a pwmlt may be Lbero'lor.1101 kept ouUitda a, tratldlag withCmi

.. |,,i-FMUmt. .cessfully.; The: plant i* ,sub-tropical> Central Statutes of. the State of obtaining trpnelu pi-rail manufacture therefor tof '\( .

i in Florida and does btnt in a warm, sunny climate orida. 6 A permit benilne for be or naptha shall only I ......
from RBHolinn. tl
.In outride ,
where there is sufficient raifydu lng the hereby rlvon that J. WrTbomffinn.puraaMrTnx trailed, when lite "..I'pltaoll es"Pot\ Its (6) galloln*.."'(

: I early part of the growing season to O rtiflcftl No. <2, dated ifttt bull ling nnderground and If In at leant two feet or*t.e*..wtD.
produce day of ..W cerllllrateluinyoffloAauiafajm canMltv bn1ldnitr" laudUMd
KISSfMMEE LUMBER CO. JniyTxLp. JtHHJ\, lm fllod all other ,
r sr, [Written f r'-the Valley Gazette by ..' strong! rapid growth. How mad* polkmtloD:: forlax_ a building., 'iHolateo hinivfly from(or mamiM ctinlng aali| i'
l>.* d to i.. In .. with l K< 1-0"
S.:V-'Codden, C. E. Horticultural Expert ** iue actx>r ever in order that the be bar .. Hir.buildlng -lI
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1 crop may Said <,\jrtiiVflt>o unSJ-MPlMM (be following< ; ITIIH fut from all other bUll, "
1 of Boston Ma...} vesetd at the proper tfme and In good sorrow J.od.-1' '. fctta: of KioHrtaTiWwIt'\ lU-ir. ne cor. InK"! Htroew or 4
; argnnurailng
.. x Statistics show, that not over I condition and the brush dried rapidly so Htocrk CO, l-atrlek'i AtMitlom. to KfeHraineflC'tf. wlin! tiieilM and cipaolljr of tbo upply < .,

..RoDfband.Dressed': 00 acres of this product;has ever been retain run a W8 10-12: n. w lK* ftvji 9* lu U '** apparjitim.lined .for generating or
i that it will iU'fresh color All itiipurntim
\ green of
l'K ft fealiltot b>i. at>Ae mdal tUKtlntfl eoumrucHJix
doubt slmll
There Is "ho .
In Florida. K
grown holding *ontylvne |
la of*iich ct-rttdcaia in tha nanftMH Kreaffinoniureof
that weather tho ;
necessary dry .. lo mmire
of Its success In the state if properly I 9. H. H. Ka m.",. \ i d iind iiiml to bvJcitoU \\eo
prevail at harvest time. Localities LnlrM auld <,ertiflnte xhall lm i*<1ecnHN*>a.O'eniMfnir ." ity; all mioli .p\u.\ I
;PINE LUMBERHOUSE grown and the proper plant used. I where to law, I.x1>ld ( occupfed :: for lbkoxi Rto -1
frequent at the 1 No permitlolmlMuou
rains occur season (t.
> Wll.
; ldayof 'BeMmuber, A l r
it with other farm of gawilma
Comparing .I. nrtlHs
many when broom- m would be ready UnpHa mj huarl nn<1 uitlrlal; acnl 1 at KIH.fmome. >lnK fur K underground .boled Ia
.. crops.,that of broom corn .J'I very small. .. City thii 27th rlav of July, A. D 1"11. naplh In tink| uvo in with no opening I mIraMIiigofl
to harvest. Will not be found suited to AKTJIUR K. DOMOAN lliaKmuud: ) iiiiilal D'"r.i':: Ihe level. of to,
.. The high price of $150 to *175 per ton Clerk CI."H <'nnrt. Qui-wtla' Couniy.Fli.By ( 8alunk .
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: this crop. Dry weather in harvest is JAMES M JOHNSTON D. C. ground, but to lie r=wu Iron] by pump::
that this product has brought on special mutt ba pn>vlil d w lib, a ventilating plrextending
BILLS A SPECIALTY occasions desirable for many farm crops, but npnN lilph HH il 1/t roofi of the nurouiiliiiu
have caused to take It
many mid IM "< h tank.oipabot
with lillnir
broom-corn is ential the
it es to
p. Notice of Administrator.In : ; Kalluua I Mill Lpirmltiwl
i linn I'll
.. It up, thinking such prices were already oonMiiiliiK morf
of .IIWIIIS., anHuili
production a good quality of brush. wtlhln I'OUetof(
acc JO accacc w JO to be had. It is not'safe to figure on 'In Ou irt of tlbtt 1 Jtidtro hint::** of Florida: 1'ereaKed.OMotwlii : unk tuntnlnliiK .I"1 til" Kl* valloni,
Bnlat f (
Rain at the time the corn should be cut to <) hinortnoA Htiin. *vaut 11I1O"/'Nr.nd. may bo local
more than $75 to $80 per ton. As the < ounty. j>roix>rlr buriixl / .
will cause much of the straw to become Nnilru IN hereb Klv..n. to all n horn ft may wttmii ton fuel: ol ;oilier IminllilK" lhall keel
ia from 1-3 to 2-5 tons, l Dorimhcr, Nomt'tclinnt "r oilur pi-rson
average crop onnern 'that on th* l dH.r An lilfl pramliM'within
red, thus reducing its market value by 1011. I .K.1I..1.' .K.. HOIIOl..I,!? tI..o K. on haiHl or hi nn> Ht "iH. or on
!give quite a satisfactory' return for the about one-half; or rain upon the crop, ...r..r.. ludll of '.ahl) to ou ... .h\llwe 011'..... the lire ,limit" more limn Ht twentTflptiiinilH oue UnL.\
work required. The crop is easily b. ... 10. m, 8n.1 dlo'h..r". a.'" of powflir or (1ynnHil(0 any iJ
after it haa been cut will cause it. to, 01 t .. Y..t.lo 01 Calh..ln.e A. "t..rtH.nt, de- mid thli uuiiutlty liall l:>e kt pt lu:: a wife or. ,
( grown up to harvest time. The annual .........1. .ml IhoC.t the nln" Ilm..1 wt.1 ",,,on, lire In n box ur cmiiHtor rompb tlly cloned dellrJlu j jNo
LET US DO YOURVULCANIZING. bleach, or lose its fresh, green color ''''ifl alinll ttend. to or
"' 7110.1 .C..II"". .. Ah..lnlotroto, of .1<1"O'O'e. 'PPIHOJI or ptrh .oiu'onl"In
production is so small in ,,,, il nuinlle\ <
t comparison and take on a yellowish or dead color ' .1It o"k for tl..I, .....1'.1.1J.t.od llilHCll) any |> ilcr or > uthe-.OO
with that of the leading farm crops J"",, !I. A. D I" I nny l>ox or bnrnl. or In. any |
the be t.'lll< r .rllI'I"\ under |uHlty
Moreover harvesting of the crop So lJ.CtON./ < pnrportliiK! to nnv
that the commodity offers- an easy opportunity 21-0".... a nc-tlm. ht"nl"' ,.'''' of eonllNcHilon' ;nf .lht uliole I', ]
requires so many men that It is essential Hdilillon to Uiv fliit 'ImlHjKi'l for vlol..Lloo'hi.

for speculation which results to the profits of the business for onlinniK e. wltholflnt \
in fluctuation In Growers in. Nojirniiin. firm "r i oriMinitlon
Weliave a firt-cla plant with expert workmen great prices. the work to continue uninterruptedly, Application for Final Discharge.. | pnH'unrTK H ixrinll or lm'IIMU therefor iluriu
who plant large fields without an ode I prmliliMl', i hHU. \\ lihui the fire limltf j jKlNslmniet
in charge. All work ''guaranteed and turned and this is impossible unless dry weather , In Court of the <'ounty Juil rc. I'tatn of Florida store, "' .lIl1r..tll'''. keep for aaor
quate knowledge of the brooiri-corn prevails at this Onc K>U (ounty. In re *nUita uf Time BaHH.i kiM>p for UNe lu miy i>nrt. trMlu or manufHtur

out within 24 hour from receipt. Price reasonable. business and a thorough preparationlor season The above described conditions of soil in hrrnby (riven., to nil whom it nmy rnn" b i ontHt.I u Itll ttnter.
taking of the tq nm. that on the 10th day of January. ADI'*'2, > IMlHnu"il for thn Htoraitlor
Tube and Automobile care are sure .
Full line of Tire Patche crop 11 A pi ruin mHj)
*, ,. and climate are those that make the 1 nhall apply: to the liororalile (>*<* I'arlctr.Juclire NHI..of cHlvlain <.uruldu In waterUttllJ -
Supplie produce a poor quality of brush. rich of of &*iu Court, an Judve -..f Probate; for a j \ k."IIII1I01'inilHl *'.nc hain.. a ( npailty of not ex

The object m writing tins is tb prairies the Mmsissippi Valley final diachatfte* adminiiAratur .'f tjie? intate o< ..,*4tilitiK, one htiniirttl. .iliNi) p tnnilfi. rath, tha 1'1
give suited for growing standard broomcorn Tim Baas. de"1. nnil, that at tlio name time* I .KK.'e'l"nlltll.' ,,"lId "x.,1 l klx hundred :
to those who con template beginning the will prettent m* finul, account* an admtnlHtralor ofMki | .proviilid, tlml" siirn CHUN of carbiile f'
and the and drier of entat.., and atk f"r their ( i I'onnlH :
lighter soils approxal I ,be. htuic In 11 ilrj w Hti'niroot. well ven* I
San Juan Garage Co.. growing of broom-rorn some fai tg that Kansas and Oklahoma adapted to the i'ated July 7th A. D 1 1"11." |1 . I, tilHti.l phut.. HIK! tint inor<. tlmii one brokan "I
OSCAK BASS br Adminlntrutx.r.l I
need consuiei ation in order that the attempt "*- momoi< PHI kHKe k< 'pt 011 tin* ,pri ini.i. Ht.nnonu. tlm. "
dwarf varieties There are sections of i 1!. It tliu bull Unit IK tiMotl < xt iiiHlvelr' f"rlli
Orlando Fla. may not be a financial loss nor -.---- -- ---- *torHK>. nl t nli.mill ,:...10..U., and 11\\It u deIMI "
the United Stages where broomcorn is .itlii'r. ..;
hit 1 Ht. tiimt 1)1111) % fiit from linlldlnaraH .
in market
result the
placing on poor not now grown, but where the soil and Notice of Administrator. wrillen. pirmit MUM)' In Kit''" by. the VII, ..'
quality of brush. ('on < il lor tin Morn' ** 'tn q"iHiitUU In excewaol
climatic conditions are such that farmers .n C<.mrt of CotintInlift' *. KIH. (<. ..( lorlda, in ,MM. ponniU" mi,,,I in.i ix,.<...illnu 21".I1""te.( I L(]
It is well to remember that, th,' business with the r<-KM.UO: of stiMI i <. N\rl"'ltt ()....,.u..1. OM*. iniMili. l tin" i "iui 1 mi, i.Hill'it' "i" Htiinil In not ''J!

itI best when properly conducted proper equipment and oM. Counts' i'xi t iilini; ''on "pi*,iixl,,, I" .H*.. iii *etiled water* N
pays knowledge of the business could pro Notico la honti>' iU..n. to HII \\tunn I H IMA)' 11.101111.1 "o.i |.tH'I"I IHllltll In MM'h bulldin *. no
---!- and that the growing anti marketing of C".rn.' Umt on ti) <. uh 'i v i"f Jmiuiirv. \. l> I III Ilk I II, ((1.intr '>tli' r 'than iiii<' iiidi.aootUtU )
I ft. duce large of brush of : : Ii II't: : : :1 1f
crops good qual 191- HllHll }>rw lit tllHllllllHl rt( Mllllt MH \,1 1 1iiunlfitrHiorof i i I inII
"" good broom-corn requires more < ireful tliwttiu, ot H-HH! '. Wtl, ''iitpp '. Al <. 'rp I '>raiu( 10 failingtinkHii
There I p.
* attention ) tlio ity. are also sections' thatjiow (>HH(*<1. t<> the Honornl|<' ..t .. F I'nrki'rJudueof j"I.. oti pl II.. \ ;I i:r \::i:i: .f the: terira. ot
..... and impletmnts't
.................... more produce small quantities of poor brush HHfd Conrl n-Ju" .IM. of I'robnt.: nn-l linn, ii,' I i.,i,,i, i. -I",,ill I". 11",1 tuinty ,llJUU) )

of wheat lit for their : l ; : 1.11..1", ,\0,10 r i\i\\\ ",11"11'', linn
growing corn or I\| I I "I "I I IorjMirporHi 13
EMIL MACH ERNEST MACH that could produce an excellent quality l'aU-l. Juij' :!, A. D>. |1'111. in ,1..10. '01 ,,,,I ,,, ,,/TI
Groups.Broomcorn is divid. d l into if the understood / A *:. I 1"0\.1 I I IlHrn6 r, Ih'. ..rol".IO', .',H.110 1 \ "in ,11., i.tWHiti 0111 ...ct.l\er
AatI'.d.rd Oil Co, growers the proper .
two known st.indanl and in on pi A lintiuM mior.' i ploviil' ''f 1I..r
groups: as methods cultivation and treatment .1 I l'n" ] | ".. il",IN .thAtli .ACa: BROS dwarf The standard type gro\\-< to a A l > .t 1 :11 I"I.OI""U .
and the r height of 10 to 15 feet and prudutes I'n'.II"t nf Council. *
J!room-corn is. a commodity of wh-ich An Ordinance ; .

: Livery Feed and Sale Stable J brush from 18 to 28 inches long; The the amount used is cULte) uniform from ( \' rtiintt the. '. ) ..11,1U.e..I' t>tI I ItIMI 'oiLlilWT. 'li .
Mainif"K lur< st''or""< SHI .
brush ,, ,, ..
of the standard type isI.d\ <| in : ,| i |i \ of k lHHlnimf '
. .
oiubUHtit k> h 1,1.1 l i\i I" "
jear to year, and of which > \\ ur nnii r"HI* ,
I I Ii' IT A 1> lyil :
making medium-sized and largi '8lzed! .ItrinlM wltbln the I 11 Ire Lliini'. of KIK' .IIII | A pro\ thl'\7\ !,: \
Interuutiot"toll1orvesthtg Co. I AM OKI(J*
sufficient .
Agt. grows more than lo supply m. aHe
such l A M..,.., .., l be' itv of. KiKHluiiuee.
: brooms a8 are known as car".tbroom. it ordNinftt br 'Hit < it) O'tim il of tht' i iU.
the domestic trade. The home market, of KiHHlmmec florila. ________ -J.
.A.J.J:.. :KJ: : :CS :EIE.A.::: :: .'V""Y ::8.A.rLJ;: : a. : and warehouse and liablebrooms. therefore does not require an increase ,1.I pL-rmltn nini |icen.tK h..rin prortdixl f..r I

Dwarf broom-corn jjrows to be IsNiied only UIHMI ni'plu" muni. in w riling to Guardian Notice
in the but all manufacturers the tit olincil\ if ;
quantity rown ) < KiiwinitntH* .
-,,; Everything new and first class. We render prompt and from "4 to fi feel high has l) large;\ 2. The CI .. \'mint 11 IVM.TV.* th,' if at ) In Court of t t'OOllut) Jiidiri. "" tnti "f Florl'la, In
are desirous of an improvementin . n rvi 4f '"|\ine. /ilUaatrt'. Uluor.OiH
any lime iu ito ju l (ni,'nt tin i til"lic tnfitjMhHll : :,::; ;
satisfactorf service day or night. amount of foliage and produces a fine the quality. There is a large foreign rt qtilr It. to .11"101 atnl mid to the *.. 1 1 ulrt ouiiij
; :Not ht U'ior Kivin' to all vi horn It may
brush from 10 to 18 inches or more in qiiirLinuuts or rwttrletiotin turtln 1..rll",1bt".re
demand for row i rn. that I K H 1'\01(". as Kuardlan Oil.vine '
it. '
DEPOT the explrntlon of mi} ]Mrmtt or lt(" 'imefrnmttil :
length, some strains producing brush hereundrr /,'\\\m\ nilimr. will, on the I:>tb day ".
BIK' ) to rl' Good S..d.Good seed is the prime such atiiHiidiiit miditluiinHy I of < I'u'i"1'* ) 1"*". appiv to the Donor* .....

: .Kissimmce, Fla Photic -113 : as long as two .feet.,and thio-is UMH! UK]I requisfte a good crop. To one situated II. the-term **erpioHrre or fompouhd. or I *>tfr.. J*. .*..rlr..r. ,.unity .'iidtr1 in_ and for .'
some extent In making carpet brooms. julxtura" ia intuint may i oiiiH>iind, .ir niLxturnpabl on'.ll'coullty.' I at Inn 'In. 1(1..1101"' City, int
in suitable section and desirous *tid mi tut'. at. in n ciiil k H m.. or a. aoonihrrt
a of I

.................... ...... For making large brooms dwarf of engaging in broom-corn growing, Iinvnl > ''aft tu*'r"an'II.l\t|i lit*' |mntttr'uid1(' or cnn|"rlyito hi' tinard..."':the forautnorlu follow -
priHturv ( or decompoa*
. .
broom-corn is not as good as the staniVard Illou. hitt d'< M rlhi d r.* al "-'u*(''. in raid *'ounty,
the of .
--- -- mean* obtaining good need for ::
because the straws are weaker and I 4. No" percoit. firm cr ..orl'or..IIII", nitliOutflml towitI ..
planting will be the first important consideration ).rtM,uring t> permit or lit.<.imo thort..fur I lA"M( .J) I IM of .lll.M U p" eiitf' I JII')) of thv KoiithPJoruU .
ess elastic especially at a point 'here from the l .' Under no circumstances ( itnhnl1 within t hn ("In limit'the "' : : :; ;), ;:::

hey join the quill or extremity of the ;.1 My ef,klMiiiiinot: *. trniix|>url h\:i*. *I "MIk \ hid h, Mpjdtition n.niinit u III 1..1 upon. the pei
should seed .taken from the man 11 fat turn ute or mil anxnloMvt 1 .
L. M. C l talk. Although inferior to the standard craper tnmpound. or a inixtiirtv (oinpoii i;1. ft.Inptj morcontriT inr. .u, : XHI 'uon ''lit in Hnid Court.
A when P..t,1 i -I 1 A )D 1 HIIt I
A'ik'' .
ofk a crop is harvested for brush be D *e (outftiiMiif( an \\ I >-lvi t oinpunnd '
: for making carpet brooms, the planted for even should such seed ger- or mixture Imi: ,itiU, iiioliilntiu:: ; > :)IRI 4 rt S\\A'.H' (...-...lIao.
nut to Ihe ordinar k I l.
L piiitc MM b" of
dwarf broom corn ia much better than rrl.: :
m in ate well\ which is unlikely, il will , Hiutiiuiilttnri pr f ti -cd in huntWJT I
the standard for making small hearth I .. and MH>rtmic KO MIH UOIIM'ot .
prove unsatisfactory because of having hJo |xLr 4in. llrni "' u It lion t Per
brooms whisks, brooms for brushing flint nro urintf *nnii, 'o'I: I :: > ,,
a j>* ( >( th rtforIHT One Dollar
been produced by plants possessing diverse *.In pr.,vlil.xl. nhall wiihln the Hrw llraita ofKlMtimmee
I.. G ROC ER I E S .1 clothes, etc. The dwarf broom-corn, Characters, some of which are t>t".<*. 1I..III"tr.. or kvfp. for snleor Year !

well suited to the making of fine clothes kwtp fni* u**e 1 It) i jwrt' trade or umniifiK* :
,, very undesirable. luro: any liquid I"h: w ill ;emit mi indHtiiiiiHbltvaK :: : 1 : For tnc old reliable

brooms, commands the highest prices I >r temperature IM |o* 1IU ilciftecH hah \
Perhaps.the best method to pursue in :: '
PREElH AND PURE rttnhelt.I Uitt Kl In it iHitliabm* tioNuil p\n>-
city. \ on the market. For this purpose the beginning "the cultivation of this crop m....... except.that If ktjit in ."II-o'o.lnl( metal
FREE DELlVER1 to alJ'parts of the Prompt ud ourteous atteatioa.
I' straw should be fine", straight..Jtough, been VAL.L.EV"j
\ ; in a section where It has not tried _.
T."ONII: NO. '0_ elastic, of 'a uniform green coK with
is to experiment the first season with .
out red tints and from 10( to 12 Inches -
tlmall quantities of seed- from the best \
. "'.'--- long. With the dwarf form the head ,\ ..
au't known,, sources. The different .lots EVERY:: SUCCESSFUL MAN ACHIEVES .
does not grow free from the sheath
should be planted several rods apart to *
of the upper leaf but is inclosed in SUCCESS THE SAME WAY -
prevent -their cross-pollination at bloom
The what is termed by growers; "bool. "
ing time, and the weak and undesirable BY SAVING
Heads of standard broom-corn are: not MONEY
stalks should be removed from the

SURP ISE thus inclosed and this difference, together Do you want to be successful'l Start now I'ut
patches before the plants bloom. Whenin Having your money in
< au and Idle
: : see my with the difference in height of
blossom, all but the very best heads
the plants of the two types has led todifferent
DRY GOODS PRING GINGHAMS methods of harvesting can be cut from the patchep/ and thedifferent CITIZENS OF KISSIMMEEWe

'I lots compared as to their desirable
WHITE GOODS Varieties There are varietal
5) many
S T O'R E qualities. The plants
names .used by sellers of broom-corn superior have/ more Saving* Accounts than any other Bank in
EMBROIDERIES the deoided
remaining, in plat upon as Ostetna Countj
seed, but many of these are simply
having produced the best brush should
1$1$ LACES ETC new names applied to old strains ot : A Savings Hank\ >a.l1(' ,
MRS. L. PEARCE be allowed to ripen their seed and this
one, cto so at once
broom-corn and really do not represent
I can be used in planting a crop the next t>' :
varieties that have been sufficiently v

Beaman Building improved to deserve special designa year. AnTHin E. DONEQAN. PreBidcnlJDriller W. 11. NORTON. Gaebler

While this is recommended as :a good
tion. Sucn names are of no asumtance,
way for those' unaccustomed to growing
and manufacturers in buying brush disregard
broom-corn to begin its cultivation in a
varietal names, and specify ,
.; locality where it has not been tried, ,
whether standard or dwarf is wanted L. o=.6..LL1ST: .
there is also for
a great opportunity

ROLLINS COLLEGE, Winter Park and Ihe desired. length, "color, and quality experienced broom-corn growers to : Sell Sprig FlemingCLEANING

of the brush required l pr making) '

OLDEST COLLEGE AND MOST BEAUTIFUL CAMPUS IN FLORIDA the desired grade of broom. greally; improve the quality of the :
brush produced by taking similar
College Academy, Music; Eipresalou, Fine Arts Do Some of the names that have been the/ precaut.ions Is prepared, to drillARTESIAN
regarding selection of PRESSING
moatic and Industrial Arts, Business normal' Course employed in selling 'toroom-corn seed
seed Broom-corn is a plant that -can ..4
Twelve building, four dorntftLortr*. aoparaU room, stcwm heat electric lights, are: Tennessee Evergreen Missouri be WELLS DYEING
e protection, flne vmuanluni. no maUrlft. quarter million dollar endowment greatly improved bv judicious breed

I Four teacher of mimic. $ c, ehomi claMHiiDerb Evergreen, Improved Evergreen Wilson ing and on the other hand in maViy REPAIRINGLeave
new room for fiiml..<*s* Hchool full bankin!! euiment Burrouhs addin" Evergreen, Chinese Evergreen in any section of Honda'.wrlleu, two inntrtirtor next 7mr. .. cases where it is grown extensively the
New chvmlril and | al laboratories I eqiitpp+d vitn every rnodern device, anal Early Long Brush Evergreen ImperialEvergreen word at house
:: from I ray und clothe
r.i : suffers
seriously neglect in
yai of aoi In. farUlia ra, )*, water, preparation for engineering conrftea
Lake.*, boating, .w iinmliiff rolf Unuls, fool ball baakttt ball four coniecntivoyearn Australian. California Golden this regard. Ten ot sxicccflslul Well will be called lor and returned. I

chatmploni of Htat. in bano bail Black Spanish. Japese New Japanese years
Christian but undenominational. ; expcnftefl moderate, irholarBhip*available. Importance of An Isolated] Seed Drilling ia a Guarantee of my

For CaUlcguv. addrets HM. F. BLACKMAN. Pb. D.. LL D, Prcaldcnt.' Dwarf, Little Dwjrrf. Mohawk Patch.. -It is certain that all growers Ability to produce the best Satisfaction iuaratiteec

and Dwarf Emerald, However it IB results.
of broom-corn' will find it much to their'
not the name to which a purchaser of
profit and to the improvement of their I
broom-corn seed should give his attentIon
crops to grow each year separated
but rather to the quality of the TWO AND FOUR INCH i
from other varieties of the
George N. Saunders species a
brush from which the seed was se- WELLS A SPECIALTY ::1
lected. setd patch planted with seed from the The Florida '

BOAT BUILDER very choicest individuals that can be :
Factors.-Climate and soil are the
selected from a similar seed patch I' O. Box "
loading factors that determine whether For tru<'kor* nnd fruit (rrow,.r.. 1or I
Agent for "FERRO" Engine* grown the previous year. This will I folk* n hount to know about' Klorcky -
broom-corn can be profitably grown Inany : IFT-crlda \\'< ) |11 (.) ( . month ;
necessitate but little
work .
very more .
t Z'KJ
KISSIMMEE "* FLORIDA particular locality. From two to ) "( nd HH tor n ten (MMI.* trial I.

than the unsatisfactory method of'simply I .lIb.II'Ii".. Snappy. Br..h.. CI...... :
three months of good growing weather ,
permitting a certain portion of the - THE FLORIDA
is all that la needed,to produce a crop. OWEQ

JENKINS & WOOmiAM Any coil that will produce a good crop seed general patch crop should to ripen be amply for seed.large The to C. W. Griffin Florid AVHMO. Tampa Fl.. i

Go to B. Dickerson for anything of corn is sufficiently fertile for broomcorn "
you want in the following: permit of the required amount of seed :
For the best grades of fine
Lime 6 bbls. time 1.10 less 1.15 being selected without necessitating .
load Dev. short, tough, dwarf broom-corn 'l light, =tIIII.I
special prices on car the choosing of any but heads of the \

95c. Cement bbla 250 sacks 66c.Patebt L sandy soils have been found preferable, best quality. This means that the F Groceries +++++++++++

plaster 1460 per ton. Surveying andDrafting rich soils having a tendency to produce .
patch should be large enough to
Laths 4.00 per 1000. Cypress pro ." THE
shingles 8.75 per 1000. N6. 1 hart coarser brush. For guod crops of long duce many times as much seed aa is ---"AN: 0- GRAYS TONE'

6,001000: plastering hair 60c bush; standard brash a fertile soil is required wanted for planting purposes, for ndt .

i brick 450 per 100 less 6* each; but river bottoms that are overflowed FRESH MEATS J
head in
dozen will
t bri k 11.001000. one a possess all the
are jinsatisfactory because
1 Uoelu. *U. v>tk UU dmln. deposited I good characters desired. All seed that -- PU_UJ. THE TUI .

k.... aundatioa blaclu u4 otlMrJiln weed seed will give trouble
.. too DumMToiM mratlon. It. will OFFICE w FRATERNITY HALLKISSIMMEE. when the broom-corn plants is to be planted together in one field Delivery Every Day at Any Hour + 2.50 to 8.60 per day. -ri

fmr yoo to... my prfcM butan buv .r.Cttmctsr are young should be selected from stalks that Special week
and slow of growth. Patronage Solicited by or month. -, |
B;' DICKERSON ut liU r. -
FfA' '
,:, Climate la'perhap* a more potent fac (Continued .on page 7) }forth Kissimmee Phone No. 8 i. W. THORMU, fT.p. lD.rtRTa.Bp. I .

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,I:' T'M., ,,RIvER3.;,M:. Dr a J.t.oblr+ ..for I.. ,1i1A.nou' avenue. This fine''.walk,, flrv...fe.t.In r
''' ST.' CLOUD width, was laid at.tbe joint of )
'r PHYSICIAN,and SURGEON "M,09N.GEJGER. f i > expense 'I
' ,the Seminole Land and Investment Co. The ROLL BASS MARKETBeatcfcQ

r r, t Office o'er Osoeola. Pbarm&cy'i ATTpRNEYSATtAWOffice and Comrade George Wl Penn, the latter

e oe53' Bind ', Awning the property on the come .

'i ;" .. PRoNEs1: }O site: J48. .. State' Building Kissimmee' Florida- ? ITEMS OF INTEREST (CLIPPLD of' Pennsylvania avenue. and Tenth Building. . lOne Block from pcpot,

\ fROM ,THE!: ST., CLOUD TRIBUNE street, upon which! he will this fall erect: .
," ... .' ,\ a flne store bnildlnf. "/ Fresh Florida
: of all kinds.
t4 r F. KRIBBS ,
: M
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: We were' favored on Thursday with and Western *, *,
; W.L.WINN/. mat " ATTORNEY-AT-LAW: ", kvvl; .it';by A., S. Nelson of the welK A movement has been started for the < .
organization of a volunteer fire
'. company -
t known Kissimmee. .real estate firm* In St. .Cloud. This POULTRY
"i Room 12 Second Floor is on. of thegreatest EGGS.. FRESH FISH;
q a ,PHYSICiAN- ':, --'- -rr '-4'' . Bute ,Bank Building .,_ need. of our growing- town, , .

? " J.; L. Dutton has left at the Tnbune and every day increases the demand for .Special Attention; t ..' A It..08MO.Peon sa .XDl..... t protection from fire. We have been
...ornca Pro. 'no, FwaoLJ pfflce iamplei of millet standing more unusually fortunate thus I far in the any part 6f the City.: 'Phone 189 ..
./ .. :J R QBERT O, JOHNSTON than eleven feet tygh. Then sample slight loss by fire but we cannot.expect -.

', ...74, ., are the.fourth.growth tbis..easont and to go on In this way; A meeting will
I '' be G.. A. R.' hall '
were grown1 without.any special care --Friday
: -F.G THOMASON ATTORNEY AT LAWlUssudEE. and no fertilization: heldri purpose of organlng a .01. 0. A! CARSON, President '.,."' ,ftl. C.BajAxr, BXORKTAKT.-

: unt and it U the duty of our

f +; PHYSICIAN. and SURGEON : FLORIDA Postmaster William- N. Garner .desires c ttend . The 'Waters & Carson

'to assure all patrons of the St. '
I t t-oina 0 MASRCT: T. cON WAKLOW i
Office.Phpnes 74. and 8. R.sidenc.126 Lat Connaal for Judy* of UM Cloud postofflce that a sufficient number Proceedings ,
- Florid. R. B. Conun. Criminal CWurt
: of lock boxes will be installed be-

r B. D. WIENENGA fore the fall rush begins l to accommo- (Grocery
DR. CompanyWholesale
; the School
MASSEY ; date all. 'lEverything possible has been!!

{'t' VETERINARIAN and is being done to secure" for St. Cloud .
4 1 i. STOCK ALL,TREATED DISEASES'Squires FOR LAW the best equipment and service.' .Kisslrnmee Fla., Aug.,8.1911.E. and Retail Dealer InG'ROCER'IES--

Practloa In all the Court of the Ftmt and of -:- I The Board of Public Instruction met
Y; Pbo_ 1li7 the United Statca. alao before the Florida Railroad
Ni ht Phone 182 ORLANDO. FEA.WI Commi..Ion,'.nd*44). Interstate Commerce- Ground was broken Tuesday for the, in regular session there being presentW. .
Commlaalon. jail building in the. rear of the-mayor's C. Bass chairman; W. W. Chand. Y'l.

I 11-14 CHAKLUTON BLDO. PRLANDO FLA. I office. While the structure will be ler and E. E. Brown also W. J. Sears .,
N. L. BRYAN 14l ,r i superintendent. 1QY
DR. small it will be of substantial construction
I - Minutes of the last regular session '.
t DENTIST and will provide a safe and secure were read and approved.B. .

place for the temporary detention of C. Miller county treasurer reported WE, SELL WE BU f .
;y k Building to the inability of as follows :
'e(J ;l New York Avenue OWING any future lawbreakers, pending hearing To the Honorable Board of Public Instruction
Katz to furnish to
ST. CLOUD FLORIDA in the municipal court or commit in and for Osceola county : HAY HIDES y

Mrs. M. Summers the ment to the In 1 herewith tender treasurer '
Mary county 'Jail my report as
of Osceola for the monthof GRAIN rJ
J. W. SIMPSON above his store -. county FuRS
.11 JR. rooms as per July A. D. 1911.osKaaL .
J. H. Hapgood of the Town Council FERTILIZERS .
agreement, she can be inter- : SCHOOL P\7JIIo.
DENTIST. has:' a patch of peanuts under cultivation To balance from last report. . . .. .. KI9S2: 68 I WOOL
viewed at bier parlor in Lake and a few days ago dug a few To a""mt" ro from pfRJaxIS49re 1: \ SHINGLES
Upstairs' In Katz Building I comp Jan R.J! M 8'l. _" . 1558 71 'AND t
View in South Kis- .
\ Cottage bunches to examine them. The nuts are To tent reed from W J Sean. W C Baaa.amt . ORANGE
i\ II.a. 12 BOXES
OrrtoE HOURS: l{ V.li2 m. j ml acct oul ""hool. . 4} OS
,\ { K3O to o:30p.: m. stmmee until a more desirable: fine and large and the number of tubers To amt reert, from tax cut ua..... (310.78 .

) Telephone No. 16 Jun 6. Ivr location is obtained. Addressbox I to each plant is unusually large.: poll tax: lUlU) l'l'l 2 . ... 582 7S ORANGE WRAPS ; ALL

After seeing the samples grown by Mr p554962By
W. W. CARSON 665. rCissirhmee, Florida. . . . VEGETABLECRXTES COUNTRY
DR. paid warrant* a* poor 11.' 814 eY
|I Hapgood one coufd not well say our

DENTIST .t soil is not adapted to the growing of By Balance v 591. CRATE NAILS PRODUCE: '
-IUt pd
this for which there Is always SCHOOL aui-Durr. NO. 2. ,
commodity ,.. .. .
Office -- ---- --- To bal Irom laat report :4 8t
over Cole's Jewelry Store a sharp demand. To amt roc'd from sumo tt R Taa. ... 4. 6n

: Office Hours: 8-15, 1-5 rM- a6 afk ktatk ailslk ., To amt received from tax: collector tax-..:.32Z We sell field and garden seeds of all kinds. "
x Office phone 158 :
{ Residence 23 TILLER R. ?:Zimmerman proprietor of the By paid :warrant .an nor Itat . ..I 10 14 6OIIy I We !rive special attention to fitting out hunting and camping d'
Lakevlew Hotel has surrounded his '

DERBYSHIRE; M. D., Real Estate Agency. place on the corner of Kentucky avenue balanre . .. 52 &4 parties. ;
E. CHOOL HUS-DIIT. 1<0. .I. Free delivery in city mits. Phone No. 12. 1

................................ and Tenth street, with six fine, large To bill from law report .. . .. .947 89 we
attention specimens of soft maple trees protecting To HIUI received from Tax Col, axe IS )V2 are county agents for good fertilizers. Ask:! us for circularand .
Special given to the
i ".) treatment of Women and II I t Realty bought and sold.. them from possible injury by boxes. \\167 81 prices on fertilizers. '

.;, Children. 4 Houses rented. He thus shows that he is with the pro By bel . . .. . VB7aC'HOOI. 81 I

j Taxes paid and Titles ver- gressives. He recently had the house .u.-DJ.T. 1 NO. 4. ... KF
: Office over Citizens Bank. PHONE 184 t -
ified for non-residehts. wired for electric lights! l. and it is now Tu Lai from l.,.t report . ITS P : -
\ 24-3mospd l'u amt reed 'from tax ool. talon 711 NOTICE:
I ___ __.. __ Fire Life and AccidentJnsuranee. .
-- .III 1. brilliantly illuminated! each evening.One To amt ......d from Camp Jau Kedcm 83

': _. P. A.V"1'I1 AoNaw w. .."tI iAwro p -'- .
-.- Indemnity Bonds. ttfrv 176 56My Notice li hereby 1f1..D that the following described land, or ao nnett thereof ..>wlU"*
AGNEW & CRAWFORD of the most commendable and .. . ; nereararr to pav the mount due lor taze heroin cat oppoalM to th. aamc, toretbor wltfc eat e
VANS .. ..
balance 17096 .
or such .Ie and adTFrtlntng will be ...Id auction .
I.--- at public oa tbe berth d ;j of B.pump.r. .t,.<
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW ._ jttL-rw R .W welcome recent improvements is the B. C. MILLER, I D. 1 1811. In front of the.City; hall door at Klwiromee, County of O.c oU. Blof. Florida./

substantial cement sidewalk just completed County Treasurer, .
.1 Ofllcm: 8-4..">-.8 Cltliena Dank nalldlngKissimmee Large; desk blotters for sale' at-this on the south aide of Tenth street Warrants in the Bum of $325.48 were . '5

Florida office for 10 cents. I from Pennsylvania avenue to jioridar examined and cancelled In'Qpen session. I' M
Bills\ were approved and warrants ic- OWNER' : DlIiSCRIPTION "P LAND '
bRas J
sued as follows: ia!

), W .1 f e.r... aal i.ui>t .. I 100 00 < < .
W C Bass M U PI.I 4(81-
K K llrown.: M R P1 6 W v'N
W W } P 1 -JO )
Chandler. M B
B C Ml trees 24 (W M I F I... . ....:,.All block. 1, 2, 8,6, 7 and 8 .. ... ....... .......| f18 eel 5
Valley Uazette prlutlnK 6 MOKCpola N P B... .. . ....Lota4oand. block. . ... ........... ... ... M 187 -4
: .Jcmi n l, prlutli. e xtmiom-ry; .1500: :i ibl. NF Baaa .. .. Lnt.a 1 and 2, block 10 . .. .. . ... .. .. . .... 66 eel
t. Cloud Tribune notice to tcaoliera.. 1 .X)I N f ii... .. . .All eof Rylu block 11 .... .. ......... ...... 47 .n
Jordan Timor errorpoil tax. I W NFBaaa . . .. .. .. LoUJaudB, block 14. ..: .. .. .-7... .... .. .. .. W Ia7 fl-
;;. r famous "No. 400.Spring :W 1 Beam, rxprnm . Ill N F B..a .. . .. . ...... . ..All of block 1) . .... .. . .... .. ... .... ....... .. W 1OMw611' '
T ApHeyaru, monthly report 17 40 snb-dlvlilon of lot IS, Payne ,V
4.CCexclerkrlcctlnn !\* <410 a '. .

t ) mHE! 9' is constructed of the J John 0 MoNew BeJr.W, InMxctor. tniportor election eleetlon A: rolur 'i a! HU 00 IlaQllyW.tera .. ... . ". 7..fot9).biq'kA.. .............. .. ........ ....?.. J 3 ". 1.

A 11 Ks.oey. loHpovtor election. .. . 00C48eudyuxoulcom A E Drought's B4dlllo ,fig"Me .
: laxcolaubt I 3fl It n A..1r8 .. . . .:..., ..,.JJldck .. '
.. t 69 1a
:1 k .quality Acme: steel a .. S.. 2 r.CHJano .. N 11' .....:.... ... ......... fM'll. blocYll.: ,:, '. '.i.'.ts....( 1050'1:' ',"' 1, Iii
: M u Savage
? 1. "lI'l k e .........;. .....a Lou 8;block*.. *
mat .. .. .. ... .t .J"j .H .' "i.' ******* 7 20 i ,'j' CI6
Bank can t .. 60(10 WCltlzena ) pA Yate.. .';. '.i. .. : '... .."LuS (. block ( ..., ; 6 '
:i j.\1. (0 lit
w. ,
. ;
Bank Jatarvat ... . KKlim' AL
i < a' retempered wire It is Rohool No40 ".', ,.:.)) ',\ ', Kobluaon' addition< I aEHaSEi, I ''fo&l'1' 1"I
I (/ : M...,Co. aupplleancbool l No i.1 ...'. I i<8Uateia .....I aW II .' .. ..:.."iH1kI'b'u\ k2. ...'.:.i..iVa3JpajBpffHilS; | ; "rfari to'I\4. ..It M
A Caraod Oro Co,aupacblKoW 40 fill II N Floyd ,.'5r' ..Lotal. :2.4 and( block 4.>.,*liA.T.rcwtfw..e 7wtiF16! XO ", MMt
?ri i tempered enameled -> Valley t.ueueprlntingnotla.' J 60 Henry Ruth ihoman.l i lai'or 1A'laya .:: tnObcnola F L I Company; ..ddttlon.w I.
; llanlware('0. sup IO Lot 89 j TJ t G
rust proof and aupaclil IX.eubS I If 11I1< S" allace .Lot U3. ". .... ..... ..i.... ..... ...... 1110 \ 106bhoemaker'.ub

The superintendent was instructed to -dlvkiou pf block D L..41 ; a
draw a warrant in the sum of $6.000 in L of liaai Pddillou.

absolutely noiseless. favor of the Citizens Bank of Kissim- Bob QaulillUK.. .... .. .. .1.0114.. '. .. . .. ....... ... 640 v
_. OIL mee tor six months' loan. UnknownKugenla . ... .. . Block H L. ... .... .. . .. i! 3 60 JiSI
Miss Martha King was appointed to Block H L Ban addition. ti

\ The "No. 400 Spring bed" is the fifth grade, and Miss Rachel l Leake was Bogera .. .. .Lo .. . .. .. .. . .. . .. ... .... .,. ........ 2 TJ 17 1 k'
.iiII..:: the assistant's in Block g L. Ba. addition Y'
:r appointed to position
:' B.liE'l) most permanently constructed bed of the primary department in the Osceola Cary HadlejCbaa ...... ........ .. ..LotZ. .-.t.

its kind. It can be used as roughly as High School. Robert Baal addition. ,

Chairman Bass and SuperintendentSears Baaa .. .... . ..It 4 01 block U I. .. . ... . .. ... 720 7 sa : ,
you please, but it retains its fine'elastic instructed to loeoMPaLnck. . II... !M ol block V L . .'."'...... ........ J 72 -117 .
.-:Ir' were get principalfor I K U Bam All except twUof block VS. . .. . .,6 40 56 1
, : ] ity springiness, and unequalled "hold- school No.. 20, salary $40 per month. Mra R F Jobnl/ .. "Hot block CZ. ... .. . ... ".. .. . '640h I r
:' In' regard to establishing school l at !'elerll.vag8 . .. .. "' )j of block '.. .. . . .. .... .. .. .. .. 540 6E
1' rLESS together. north end of the MrsCANtaxat.. :... . Ixna :iiiil H. block I ... . ... .. . .. 1O S,)
Bassinger matter
t1 was W Preaeott .. .;. .'
y A N 1-3 of block l* aw ,
"It's just like sleeping: on an airship"one referred to trustees In and for sub- lira C A Miuz, eat .. .. Lou1,2,6and/bloek22.. .". . .. ." .. .... ... \9 00 17 t

srhool district No 4, with request that Mr. Emma Baea . 1..Oh2..DdtbIOCk".. ... ..:, .. . .... IS 00 4SIt
customer writes, for the spring allows I they report at next meeting of the lira M Barlaw.. run. w (W,feel, 129ft. .. A
et5ft, ii12Yft.. .. .1440 I
the mattress to yield to every outline' I Board. Mra D P Graham. . Lot 4, block J .:. ::::' ::,::: ::::: :::.. .: 4 vi 51i 7,
The superintendent was instructed to K r it.,. .. . A lie of Ky. block O. ....' .... . ...,.... .., t M 4 Oft40ft ,
of the body's form, and yet, sustains get desks for the Story and Gap Creek N . . .. .., .. .L<.& 2. wot By. block' P. ........ ... .... .... ... .. 60 I

you in perfect ease, reSt and comfort. schools and also fifty desks for school Robert Baaa, god addition. t

n No. 1.The. I H Richardson.. . . . ....Lofi ." .. ... . ... .. ............ ..... .. i n I IT h
It is the only spring bed made that i W Miller .., Lot II. lea.64 II. at 0<< ol n aid*..... ... ..... .. .. M 1 97S
Board sold the tank and air compressor P

,S adjusts the mattress to all lines of the body, regardless of attitude. Sleep on your to 'E. E. Brown for *75, 1 hip K Ban. .. . . .... South Fla Ry; surrey .. ;
F. .AU f".cllallalblocl< I. >.. ......... ...... .. ,'n 17
side, or back, you are always perfectly at rest. being the only bid received. II Uiutou.. cat . ... .. Ne V-3 Sot 6, block 7. .. .., ... .. .. ... .... "" ... 180Oiborne 2
There being no further business the O'Neal addition b

Ask your dealer especially for the 400. If he is out of them, write us Board adjourned till next regular meet. W W Young, . Lotdf and 7, block I B. .... ..... ..,... ... ... 412 3ftn F''
and ing. Mra M i.: WarlDf .. l-otn. block B.' .. .. .. .. ..... .... .. .. jot!* 11 25
and ,
information all
direct for prices by means delay.your purchase until you W. C. BASS, W W Young . . .. LotN6 .iil 7/block O. . . ...... ...... .... .. 'D a 8 44
Harah L, Pluney Lout I and :2,- block D.
,1 ft 40 6 116
, g' hear from us. Chairman. IT Zlaa . .... .. .. I ..t> :: aud 4, block D . .. ... .. .... ... sou 4 Oft
. Attest : M ra Rote YocUr" 1.011. block K . . ... . .. .. .,.. ... y 00 8 46
W. S. SEARS K Inompaou. .Lola 2 ana 3, bloc I K. ... ... .. . .. ..... .... 5 40 . t
GHOLSTIN-CUNNINGHAM SPRING BED CO., Unknown .. i' E: .. .. . .. .. ......... .. 1 WS a Ikte
Superintendent.CALOMEL .5 II A Mathew.' ..dd'tl.' .... Wg W,,

Manufacturers Atlanta, Gat. Joe Brlngler ., '. .. . N'... bloc E ... ...... ... . .. 40 t
Catharine Bradunaw. .. N.. ))4 toll. blurt (j . . .. ..". . 1 ao. | f!
MUSTHURrYOUR Zllla Peter,. . .. HCK .. at* nor ol l I.>t I I. block U,rapt n 73 ft, w
\OT 11, s76ftat1it.) .. . ...... .... . 1..80 25S 9
Unknown .. ...... . fr'j! loll I. block' J. l_ lauda deeded to Zllla
-.-...... . . 180
M ra R Role .. .WHlot2. blnrkU ". . .". ]'.'.".'. .'.'. .". .. 4 62 tab 4 U7
Uukuow .. I..M :2 b oc k Q .. . . .. ...... .. .. .... 272 5 171T
Jam* 1.-.'. aub.dlTl.ion/ In klathew addition

Every Time You Take This Powerful Annie F Smith .. ..... .. Lots 1 and 8. block A.. .. ................. j. 72 8 ; k

Drug You Are in Daorer.-Take Mab&N+u'.'Nathe...' addition.

Annie Hmlth. . .. .lots 4.nd A.bM-k A.. .. .. ... ., .... .. .. .:272 ter'
Do W A Patrick's '

, The No. 400 Spring Bed' \ J W HlmpaonO .. . .. . I lot slid cJ4 of lot t, block r.. .... .. .... ... 23 M\ B 97 ?, t
Calomel is made from mercury and H F..uD'.in.eaL . .. WH lot 2, block' Q' .. . ... .... ... 800 II 45
WJr...r.. .. .. ...,. . Lot I, buck Y. . . . .. .. .. goo 90 f
Noiseless Restless, Oil Tempered. Black while mercury has many uses it is a J W WaiHon .. ... . oe I. block 1. . .. .. ... . son 4 05 '
' EnameL Smooth Surface ComfortaWe I dangerous thing to sw.allow. If calomel J Tucker . . . ....... 1..Ot2.blookl1: . ....... ..... ... . .. .. :jj jj7 5 72:
E L k
: Lvaley'a addition. ,
Sanitary Easy to Handle.Guaranteed stays in the system very long (it 1,1- Elmer BharM.RJ . .. .Lot ? .. .. . .. ,.. .'.'. .
F iy ivates. Even when it works naturallyits : Clifton.. ::.:: : ::::::::. Lot 9 . : : ::::.:::::' : .::::: : 47 jet n

.v B Johnston . . tot ji . .. ..;;. . ..;;. 47 M
for 5 years after-effects Are often bad. J K: Sharpe . "... Li4B.i .. .. .. ... .. .. .. iat 1 01 t '
The Kissimmee Drug Co. has a liver wLllly's; addition

medicine called Dodson' Liver-Tone tToknnwo.UokDown.. .. .. .. ... . .Lo'2.blork' 8 ..... ... ..... .. .-.. . ... ... .. .. M Lot'
. .... .. ... .. .t..ul.6.block. . .. . ... .. .._... ..... ... w 101
which is positively guaranteed to take Berry PanaeU; . ........... ... Lot 7. block 4. .. . .,,. . ,. .. . .. .. .... "v. . 47. PJ f
the place of calomel. It stimulates the Canon's addition.

'l liver to start it Rnfua Thomas. ........ ........ .LotA. block A .. .. .. .. . .. . K I 01 t '
just enough workingand ", J Hlmpaou.. . ... . .. ..' . Lou 11,11 17. bloollA.. . .. ... .... .!, 1M ton ;
does not make you sicker than ever tTop'sUad .I.Del". -

"41 r / calomel often does. Dodson's Li v.r- Unknown.. ........... ..,... .. .. lei 1401-da of aw cor of rwVi ofiwU Sea l.V: ,
Tp 2:5 K t, row WVi :ydi. 59% J.... .lI8n ,
Tone won't force you to atop eating or 'o, w6U:>t yds. ... .. .... .... .. 180 2. i"v
working after faking it. It is ao beneficial Bolplo' L MB*.. ...ItrI10/d.nef.e cor of iwet .wU8ec1J:
d 70 ;yd*, w 70/ ;yd*, s 70 yd., ,'.
# for children as for adult. ,r- e70yd. .: .. .. ... . ..... .. . . ....... 140 a 45M
am. A Graham.... .... .. .... ,N .iOlawViSeo 18.TP 26. R2 ISM 43 J r
'.. ...",t Try m bottle today underKisshmnee W H Hint. .-' .' ... ... .. .. .Bs al M oor ol ..,. of DWU Seats, Tp 26, K y
Dru Co.'*. guarantee. You know this e, rnoaji DUO n, w 420 It...130 *t. 420 ft. 110 gas. "I"'I
R. A. MNYblR.: Tax Coll > .'. .w.
)'v ', store U reliable 'a4w, -
r 57.J. B. OILBBR.ft.G -

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Gazetti to this place. which he has promised'to '

;: ; !jk: KissiHHflce Valley Local Overflow no next.pring. .. .,
> .
Mr. J K.' Elder and family Mrs. J.i -

W. B. HARRIS EdltOr..4'proP'1' N< Chancellor Mrs ,Bert Leach: Mrs. '' '
. -. '- P. Peterson; Mrs. Ada Hopker and Mrs.C. .- k, w
k ;9; J. TRIPLBTT, A.aoclate Editor. 'i Mr. C.,'W. Iteming is In ,. elptoi'letter' a 'c. Beatty and MI'.'Oeorge Olsen -L: S -

from hU uncle at Kenton, Ohio, were visitors' to Kiasimmee last week. !
fi PUBLISHED KVEKY FRIDAY.Office informing him that of peopl e, Mr.J, E. Marshall and family' spent.Suiday : ; _.
( In Valley Gazette Building headed by Mr. Frank Schfinghoff arl S a 'week ago with his brotlier-ln- and ,

K1S31MMEB.O8CEOLA OOONTT._..LA.. now on their to Kissimmee, witl aw and family; Mr Chas Parriah. Mr. have been surveyctl ntid ,,Streets ..
-- the Intention war locating here. MtFleming' Marshall ia building ths new railroad'I -
SUBSCRIPTION RATESv If one of our most coniiiten)t which leaves the main line of the A. C. Avenues laifrqut in ,

'0-7'._ Tear....;.... .......,...,.." .... .p'0o boosters, and we can confidently true t L. just this aide of Haines City. _
, _nOaa...",........". ., ... ..' s'. convince. Hitchcock -
him to theae- people thaUthe;y Mayor had a house warming

1 All _", anlattton *zMpt from oar author. have come to the beat place on ea'rJh.o at his new bungalow a week ago l i6i1WI
ll, Sass b*.l Md I birth*writer last Thursday night. It was a very enjoyable Williams' Sub- ) .
1 aalotad mater will not b. nlunMd tmlMKlMtmma Dr. N.- H, Hunter, at one time a rea. occasion The Mayor 'is going
altedfor.Kabmd ident of but now living a't
KI.slmmeet to have a fine home when it ia com
7 -----
----- -- - ,
: Fort Myers, passed through this cit;, pleted. '
at the Pa.tof ...liMoodel *. Fla.,".
+ ***mall matter. last Friday'en route from'Athena. Ga.,, Mr. Herrington, who came here some \
A-_ _" = to his htftne, making the trip in an au- months ago and purchased the'' Bunker
s tornbbile. The Doctor says our cit]Y Hill property has returned to Kansas
Friday, August 18, 1911 has advanced live hundred per cent i ii to get his family and home effects end

the past three yean, and he believed i II t move them here right away. Mr. Her \
would be metropolis of inland Florida rington is delighted with the climate R

(in a very short time. He wai here. He has made many improvementson TI
ARE YOU IN ARREARS ? shown every courtesy by his old friend!, his property and is now having some

on your arb.criptlorr- YOM ..nw Dr. oJ. W. Simpson.Mr. other land which he owns out farther '
WE NEED THE MONEY from town cleared. "' ,
J. K.: Mattocks vice-president The Lake .
new bathing house on Davenport

.' ,--. and general Land manager Company otthe, owners Kmlimmee -I is being gradually erected and and are offered for Hale to the '
soon be ready for service. '
Park, left' Wednesday for The Board of Trade will hold its public at from
regular .
North Carolina where he will join Mrs. meeting next Tuesday night. '
Mattocks and the children, they having _
Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Walter and
been in that state for the past two daughter. Mildred left for the North '
Was Ended When John Milton Bryan months. MB.' Mattocks and family will last week to be gone, for some time. Lot
$25 $35
Ir in to
return about three weeks. During boom. perMw
Davenport is on Every-
p Passed Into Eternal Rest. his absence the business of the office body well and happy. "
will be in charge of his most efficient
John Milton Bryan, father of United assistant Mr. J. McPha r. "
States Senator Nathan P. Bryan .and iI'

) the late United States Senator William Mr. N. R. White of St. Cloud was in WHITTIER.Interesting .

k. J. Bryan, died at his home In Dania, the city Monday and was an appreciated --- ---:: j

Dade county, Monday August 14th. caller at the Gazette office. He elated .

r, Mr.Bryanwaeborninllamiltoncounty. that a party from St. Cloud was preparing Items from Our Regular .

Florida, in 1H88 and during bis early to make a trip by wagon across +
n career served with distinction in the country to the St. Johns river to look Correspondent. -'I" Whittier will soon he in railroad connection "

pit, ; Seminole Indian war of 1857. ., over the country and ascertain. if possible The U. Bulah hotel has a frontage of 1'
y Following I this war he resided in l II.'mi I, feasibility of cutting canals 105 feet : with every part of the United States, and r

ilton county for ten years. He married between the different lakes and making W. r;. McClellan and J. F' Tumbling
: Miss LoU l'RM. Norton of Putnam county an inland waterway navigable for small left Whittier Monuay morning, !going in u short time will tyeQonie one of the most {

In 1HC7. He lore his'marriage, lie' crafts, from the Atlantic. to the Gulf; to Blue Cypress to see alter their Imga., I

" fought through the Civil War, a.1- n member ViR' East lake and Luke Tohop,' aliga. Mr. Bass mid Harry J. Johnson left important towns in South Florida therefore i, I II

of the C-onfederate army and |>er- here the other I down to 'Purkey
t1 ,I formed many deeds of valor. Attention, i is culled to the advertisement !'- Hammock dad with going ox teams torG.-. lots nt the above prices are only; one-tenth ; 1
), After hm! marriage/ he removed to in this isStie of the sale; of lots in M e'lellan.Mr. '

Fort Mason, then in Orange, county, and, Williams. addition to the town of Whittier Elmer R Puss liaH had -iirv< .ors I I of what they will bring twele months hence.. ;' ;
J represented that county for fourteen by Mr. Jo;,. It. Rasa These lots are ..
in surveying Mr. .1 I F. Williams -
l i years in both branches of the legisla offered lor the extreme low price of engaged U- U r \
hind into town lots lie i expecting ;
ture. He remained in Fort Mason un- I from $25 to !$.C'> each, and as Whittier tQto tOt. -a- i
to Hell them oon. o 0 0 tQt
til,1KK3. when'I he removed.. KiHSimmee I..H destined become a town of cons4dratile : .
tj 1 'Our friend', John II Haisihn, ha'- arrived ,
v and lived here until IWMi! during/ winch ,' imH| >rtunce within a very short \
from Tampa and is in good hurt
, v he member of the FloridaRailroad time account. of being in railroad '
time placed
was a on be at \
1 fA Commission. conne-tion with the outside world. The Travelers' best is getting along Maps of this sub-division can seen I .. "

He took up his residence ,in Dan a in a ,person will make no mistake tn purchasing fine.Mrs.. \ W. G. Kil1 office St. Cloud > I .
1' $ .
lot. of this additioncan
11K)5) where he lived on his orange grove a Maps .
daughter in St. 'loud, who is -irk.There
until his death He was R man of liter be ..een at the ollice of W. (;. King, very ::.
will be services m the church office in Kissimmee, or at my t
and and at St. Cloud Jenkins & Woodham !
r1 ling qualities high aspirations ; H
on Saturday and Sunday .it I 11
I commanded the of who office in this theresidence of ,,'
respect all knew c ity, or -
o'clock by Brother H. II Itry.! TheSunday residence in Whittier.
him. Mr. Bass at Whittier. .. '
: 'lla
Bchoo) and H. Y. I I' U are Get; ( "V"
p yl Besides a wife he leaves eight chil. - I' ting on fine.

dren Mrs. C. A. Carson and Mrs. A. A. CAMPBELL Mr. Rudy Bass and Elmer Bass rune -

1 Simpson of Kissimmee Misses'Margaret i in from Blue Cypress Sunday night. :
i I.- Florrie and Nancy Call Bryan of -
: The young !ladies. may look out, for
4 Dania, United States Senator Nathan Interesting Items from Kissimmee'sHustling : Thompson is having a house ;
P. Bryan of Jacksonville and Messrs.
built at Barber Hammock, and. i is on
David S. and John M. Bryan, Jr., of Suburb.Mr. j the market for a wife. BASS f
I !1t Dania Mr. McClellan arrived from Kissim- R.
y The funeral was held in Jacksonvilleon Frank Brant of Haines City meu Monday night.

Wednesday. was visiting his brother. Mr. I. M. Bryant ', ,:/
at last Sunday.Our .

'f CUT Off 20 PER CENT 14, !and Camrbell.we have twenty-three last Monday pupils.AUK. THE fLORIDA ORANGECan W H ITTT'ER FLORIDA I I i'

We are having some pleasant and

warm weather. Only tome Into Us Own Through I
of Gtrus Fruit Gain Victory
Shippers Miss Mary Hyde, of Kissimmee was .

Over Railroads. visiting her cousin, Miss Flossie Bryant Publicity Campaign. .

.r, last week. _. . __. ji
Miss Ella Field of Kissimmee, spent When the orange comes into ,its own .
, Washington D. C., Aug. y.r; Mate- t
rial reductions in freight rates on citrus Sunday with Mrs I. K. Kirkpatrick.Mr. I through a publicity campaign it will __-_______ I
C. H. Strickland left for Georgia have attained the diJl1Ity..f an essential ';
j fruits from Jacksonville Fla., to ..
'+ points in the central and western states, will move last Tuesday in a few weeks.morning, where he passed an well when as the luxury.child The waits day until has ) [ THE CITRUS EXCHANGE uax made attractive, l>y washing and "
t was ordered by the Interstate Com- What the .KidJey Do] I
find! brushing line packing' and the gene "aoral
merce Commission today. The reductions Mrs. Mandy Drawdy of Whittier, is Christmas: to a golden orange "...
visiting her sister-in-law Mrs. I. W. stuffed in his stocking and the rest of inquiry was .hy don't you shipsuch ,
according to distances, j '
range the is with bananas looking fruit north to-us'! '':
Collins. gorged -
year over-ripe
U .from'' In February 7 to about, 20 1910 per cent.the commission Mrs. Daisy Johnson of Lough man, I and all-day suckers. The doctors Their Unceasing Work Keep Us Strong Had Best Exhibit al the Orange ., 'I'lu' little 'packing house the grove, i..t'
and rude affairs
without cleaning or
spent the day with Mrs. Lucy Bion- 'and medical journals and the popular
deciding the case of the Florida Fruit ,
and vegetable Shippers Association son last Tuesday.We magazines are waging war against bananas and Healthy. County fair. I' washing device are obsolete. Fruit

had some fine rains last week, cheap candies and other-folderol dealers as .aa..tha-ttmmimer want .
against\ the Atlantic Coast Line and all but we have not enough for our gar- and advising the.eating of orangesby All the blood, in the 'body passes The biggest advertisement that Orange nothing b.-jt the best pack and in a sanitary

other carriers operating in the south denl. children-eat them when they are through the kidneys onc, every .three I county: ever had was Mho Orange condition. Ouf Winter Park I.

ern and central frieght association well and when they 'are sick. Pure minutes. The kidneys filter the blood. i county fair held last February, at a house not only offers all. the latest

r' that and western trunk citrus line fruits territories from Florida held KISSIMMK' PARK foods is are advising the eating of They work night and'day.. When time when thousands of tourists and modern facilities, but gibes the grower ,
rates on :
by old and It has. be- I investors and homeseekers were here.The the benefit I of its excellent brands and
f' points to destinations in the central they remove about 500 grains of
come a fad, and the fad has come to healthy/ citizens'of Oseeoln have probalily pncen in id I markets'the undersigned 4 '?:
and western states were unreasonably stay. The orange haH come into its Impure matter daily, when unhealthy budded wiser than they reallknew will I I cull on tin growers of Kissimmee i
high: A reduction in rates to eleven terns of Interest from Our Busy I
own, and is to have u place ill our food, some part of this impure matter !s left i when they organised their fair' U"',<>- a uditiniu, shortly and go into (

t, of the principal ordered.'Theroadliwet markets. in these sections Neighbor Across the Lake. high: in the list of essentials in the blood. This brings on many diseases -:I ciation a few days ago 'I;he lest l'''.- I Ibc. multi'r III detail or' ilroo' UH, a card. "
was While this is all true there must be, hi i bit at the Orllng..unl\' \\a> the OltAM.I-: Co (11 Iii s Sl'll.-Kxt: IIANCE, ;\
ordered to put corresponding -' The warm weather has moderated next considered, what orange to buy I and symptoms' --pain in the back, I fruit exhibit of the Florida, Citrus 1 K\; 1. II. Jones' Manager. bIt,

r'+ reduced rates to all./ other some and we now have cool breezes and where you will get the mont for headache, nervousness, hot, dry skin, change from Orangi* count y. 'I'his wa- WlNfl: I It 1'Allh' ('ii tu'GauwtasAsso.; : t:

t destinations in the name territories. every day your money. rheumatism, gout, gravel disorders of admired by thousands ofpeople.,, Ii '"If II Hourne. Manager. r :':
i Commissioner Prouty, in rendering a Mr. J. E. Mattocks has returned ,
ifBfri i supplementary opinion and order today from the Kissimmee prairies. The Florida orange contains 41/< percent the eyesight and hearing, dizziness irregular '
than ,
indicates that the original order was Mr. F. S. Kahill is sick with chills other more juice Its is better.any heart debility, drowsiness, ..- ';
not carried out, apparently for the rea- and fever. orange duality deposits in the urine, etc. Hut ) v
We know it, and it is our duty to.let dropsy, .'
son that the carriers were not able to Earle here Tues .j
Mr. J M. was over.
of the world the filters right will
rest if
you keep you
agree themselves about the Just received BIG SHIPMENT
divisions among day.Mr. And when it is known, then the Florida have trouble with krdne s. a of the famous ti
of rate..when named. F. A. Kritz has ,built a barn no your
The commission has fixed definite I grower will have cause to rejoice, Jot re. J. L. Beaman Lake street, Ki Burt &
because the demands his will "Korrect
I rates to points Aleiiignations named. Mr. T. W. Swindler is putting in five be greater than the supply upon and crop prices .simmee Fla., says: "1 have tak..nDoan' Shape" :;r
These become effective October
on of alfalfa. .
acres will be Pills and have found
more profitable. Kidney
a'' 2. __ school Miss at Murdock Kissimmee will Park teach this the winter.public This advertising:! must be done by cooperation them Very beneficial. I obtained this = SHOES- if

in Kissim- -- no one grower could make a when suffering from kidney and .
Mr. C. K. Broughton was remedy
.h ripple on public-if advertising . .
mee Tuesday.Mr. is done by co-operation then those who bladder trouble, and it brought!: me BO FALL. STYLES

C. McCallister was over here co-operate must reap the benefits. much relief that I feel justified in recommending -

Tuesday. Hence the Florida" Citrus Exchange Doan'sKidney We assure all customers the best of :
) Buys the Business of L L. Lesley Mr. I. S. Dement has gone to Chicago it. I know that service r
members, with the advertising cam and the most
expects to return this fall. Pills can always be relied upon. courteous attention '
at SL O ud.
paign they have outlined and will soon (1
Mr. T. W. Swjndler and daughterswere put into effect, will profit by their wisdom For sale by all dealers. Price 50 elf.' (

One of the most important business in Kissimmee Friday. of co-operation in packing, ship- Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y., sola L. M. WHIDDEN
E. Fairbanks CO.
changes for some time was the sale Messrs. L. Seaman E. and advertising I I
ping for the United States.
and T. W. Swindler in Kissimmee agents
I- during the past week of the E. L. Lesley were ;
E.1 U interests in St. Cloud to Arthur E. Monday on business. -Remember the name-Doan's-and |I The ONLY EXCLUSIVE SHOE STORE-jn! Osceola County

34 Donegan *f Kiasimmee. Involved in Mr. J. McPhatter was over here Friday New Hotel for Sale or Lease. take no other. _ kJ
t a'q the deal was the old Graystone Garage, accompanied by two prospective I
buyers.Mr. New Hotel, located in one of the fast- I ;,
of Kissimmee which was recently pur- Notice.
J Chased by Mr. Donegun from the receiver and Mrs. Henry Alvey, Of Kis- e growing towns in the state. This i:
and which now goes to Mr. Lesley immee, are spending this week with hotel is only 75 feet distant from the There will be a gold medal contest in
located in brick G. A. R. hall on Friday Ii;
t aa part of the consideration in the relatives at the Park. depot new block contains St. Cloud at the ,
transfer of the local store to Mr. Done- Mr. Dan Barber and family movedto 26 i rooms above with refreshment night Sept. 1, at 7:30:: sharp. Admission ,
f :St. Cloud last week. and dining room on the ground floor. 10 cents. Mrs Phosa Jennie '
i gan. Correspondent. j Furniture and fixtures are all new anduptodate. Hamilton, Superintendent. Osceola
Mr. Donegan!: acquires a most complete Lumber
Can be leased for
stock of hardware, furniture and a periodof - -- .
t house furnishings ant!, located on one five years, with privilege of five :

of the principal. corners of St, Cloud, DAVENPORT years additional. Splendid opportunity The Home' Bakery Man ,
I for a first class hotel man to secure a
the establishment is large and well pat-
ronized. I business that will pay from the day of I' Company-

Mr Donegan is one of the best and Interesting Items From That Thriving opening.: A large: number of travelingmen Takes this opportunity to thank tti E
visit this place in the '
moat favorably known men in this section every day the good people of this city for l
and the town is filled with
Little City. year, tour- i,
: of the country and our
f people liberal and would -------1)I.ALliRS .
ists during the winter months. Full their patronage IN- -
sbould feel honored that he has decided Mr."A. E. Chase, who with his son, interested
+ to invest so heavily with us. The Trib- particulars to persons. Callon also take this means to say that
aft Morgan, arrived here some days ago
une bespeak for him a fair share of has been building a house on his land, proposition us early of if this you, are kind interested and we in will a our limited facilities for making Rough and Dressed Lumber.

I business and extends to him its best which is about completed and will soon show the pioperty.H. goods will prevent (for awhile) our

Cloud wishes Tribune and hearty congratulation. be ready for hi. family who are expected you AI. BREAKER & Co.. general delivery to all parts; ;of the ... ..
Mr. Chase .It.
e to arrive In short time.
34-tf Kissimmee, Fla.Scaes city. Quality and variety will be WINDOW .
--- come. from Oshkosh Wis. ,, DOORS tSHINGLES
'" The Real Gain. Mr W. J. Gibba, a recent arrival maintained.always. Our nice

I from Aurora, III., is preparing {o build on Ice Wagons. LATH, BRICK LIME
u f It la not so roach the'actual amountof two houses on his land in section 2-one HOT ROLLS and BISCUITSAlso ';'
money you deposit (in a bank which for himself and family and the other for The attention of the public Is direct. u
counts. The real gain\ comes from the hill sitter-in-law, Miss Aroetta Pennington -- ed to the fact that it is the desire of HOT- BREADwill NOVELTY

l fact that you get the habit of saving apart who ia also coming here to live. the Kissimraee Ice and Cold Storage be ready :mornings and afternoons WIpR c J'

A of your income and of building fore Sbe and Mr. tiibba' family are expected Company to furnish its patrons with nice of PIES .
and variety
the best of service end to charge -
, the about the first of next month. very GENERAL
r Aa your deposit grows you will have Mr. C. D. Sanford has his new house for only the weight of ice sold, therefore and CAKE-Parties and Weddinga BUILDING MATERIAL .. ,.

a practical illustration of how rapidly about ready to move into. all purchasers who are in doubt as specialty.

accumulates, and how easy it is Prof. Zen. W. Gunckel of OJ tley, to the weight: of.the .ice are requestedto Free '
money >
r to get enough for a small investment. Kans., who has been spending the sum hare same weighed by the driver, a A. SMITH > Delivery to All Parts of City as JIo t

U Start with a small deposit If you hare mer here, left for home last Tuesday.Prof.Gunckelmsdeenanyiriends pair of scales being placed on every delivery -
; growing. while wagon for that purpose.
to, but keep the account
t u S4-U State $BanMo Kissimmee.Y ; be ..wbo will be glad to see him return:. 34-4t. R. T. BUTIER Preaidept.s DARLINGTON-, .AVENUE' -> _
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'Klsslmmee:; YalleiPGazetilTRU.KPHONB '..MessrsRandolph; and.Willis) Gilbert'senVto\ :thU ogle : Vo [er'r..ltDer returned Yester ,'.I" C

,j Lamb: prominent Klssimmee prairie on yesterday a bunch of broom u3r'n' day morning from J Jacksonville where ,

".;:. MO. $1.. cattlemen, were transiting business In that grew in his. yard in North Kissin .he went a few day'ago for the purpose
t < i n i the city this week.. mee some ten years ago:: It Is an' iceedingly of accompanying his sister from that
: 'fine',specimen, the heads be- city to Starke. .
>p pUBlISHED; EVERY 'FlRIDA Mr. J. 3.; !Jr phy. general: 1 rnanagr* mg thirty. inches- long/: and of:extra to:.'"-ill at.a sanitarium Miss. in Leltaer Jacksonville been far KISSIMMEE :$ -
-11'1'- of the proposed Citrus Southern Railway ,
straw. some time
Mr. Leitner
W. B HA"Ale. was In the city tbi.week-'n', the ,.:noW"treatly-lmproved says antics.pates : is. BAPTIST
::" interest of his road, OJ Mrs .W. B. Maklnson and daughter' she will again be, and he CHURCH
enjoying good
w.n..a..asraw Mr. Wbldd' Virginia returned to their home in this healtl) in a ,few weeks. .
L. M. after spendlr city Saturday. Miss Virginia h-'tor' *' AN-"EPHENS.:;: --, a
some time .on his cattle ranch In the, BUNY "'
several months been-1lI at a Georgia Mr. J.'c.
Weather l Report southern' part of the county, returnedto college but has so far.recovered as to been superintendent Higgins, who for, year has PASTOR "- -f'
the city on Saturday. ,I of this division of
Insure hsr'complete. restoration to
the A. C.L. J
but who suffered a strokeof ,
,," Miss tiorrl '1fiUeV: arrived Friday health. paralysis several! months ago was V
Following see the daily iett '. from KI'lIlmmee.for a visit with Mr 'There hasn't been a vacant business .hs".,the city this week for the first time ORP&R! OF , AUG 20, 1911.

peraturei and precipitation asS J, C..Godbold, on Fairview avenue.- house in Kissimmee. in over! a year, and since his misfortune His many friends ,-- '.--y.
by Manatee River Joum l, here were glad to see him so far recov.'ered'as .
reported the Government if a dozen new store rooms were started ,i'
r would all be rented r to be able to travel, and"hope 9:45-SUNDAY SCHOOL
KUslmnape for the | right now they
station at
Dr. J. CDavls optician is back j in a short time
j he will be able-to "geton
This is A das
before completed. ;a for
week ending Aug. 17, 1911. again at Park hotel and solicits a ahai/!'{ tip that they it will were pay some capitalist to .the\ job" again in real earnest. every ago

optical work. Headache from eye Well trained teachers.Be .
lUlL' MIH. BAI... .strain cured Dr. Investigate! The '
by Davis. 33tf I County Commissioners of Osceola
'I on time-bible1 in hand. ' -U
Mr and Mrs.'C. A. Carson and son have for some time been out ,
Friday! .I. . 88 70 .10 Mr. A. J*. Jarrell left Monday night sending
copies of the Kissimmee ''
Charles and Mrs. A. A. Simpson- Valley Gazette'
. 88 73 . for Ga and will month ,
Saturday spend
Macon. a Milton' to different' of
John the
tended the funeral of Hon. parts country as an 11:00-PREACHING BY PASTOR
Sunday. . . . 91 73 . visiting friends and relatives in the different : Bryan, the father of Mrs. Carson and advertising scheme. In recent issue

" Monday. . , 89'72 . cities of that state. Mrs. Simpson, 'which occurred at,Jack of that paper it Is seen that this paper Subject 'The Loving duirch"A.

Tuesday. . . . 95 72 . Mr. Roma Thomas and family returned sonvtle| on Wednesday. They returned now has 1,508 of, these subscribers, and <<:'. Interesting and .inspiring.7s30EVENING .
the last j ; Gazette is taken and read in
the to city night. 1 thirty-
to city Saturday from a two
. 97 73 '. .
Wednesday four
weeks' which visitIng states of the' Union and five for .,
outing, they spent -
Thursday . 98 74 ,' different cities in Georgia.Mr. The new railroad, known as the Kli eign countries.-Gainesville DailySun.The : PREACHING ''
simmee Valley, is progressing! rapidly '

Mike Crown, acting superintendent "t is said that the cars will be running Osceola County Fair Association Helpful Song service A
rvi of this division of the A. C. L.. n rough Chuluota by the 1st of--Septem has just organized with a capitalization Evangelistic Message

M'N11 was in the city Monday looking after ber. Go to the backwoods you razor- of $25,000. This county ia one of the
WN1 M1M'VNM'M backs. Chuluota is to the i ront.-Orlando -
matters with his duties.
1 \ connected 11. most enterprising- the state. Its y,r
News Aug.
board of county commissioners for some

TljE. LOCAL HELD.Old. Mr.Jarrell W. G.cottage Hankins, near has the purchasedthe Courthouse Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gilbert returned time Kissimmee has been Valley sending Gazette out copies of the :. A WELCOME TO THE MASSES :.
:Friday night from their honeymoontrip as a means
which he is
repairing preparatory -
of advertising the count As result
i to making it his family residence of a month through the Atlantic
$ coast state. between here and Washington the Gazette is now read in 34 states *\

-"' ------ Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Wilson returnedto D. C. For the present they; and five foreign countries, and Osceola

their home in Jacksonville Monday will make their home With Mrs. Bear- county hi becoming a household phraseall ?:
Old newspapers for sale at this office over the country.-Ft. Myers Press.
'. night after a pleasant visit with the den, on Emmett street. -- --- ---- -- ----- -- '
20 cents a hundred family of Capt. and Mrs. R. G. Canova.

/.. Mr. W. W. Poland of"Lakeland was The Aultman-Bickerdike farm, con- That no question Is ever thoroughly ..................NN..r..NN........N.1.NN..N.NN NN. NN\ N. ..HNNNI
all of
r Attorney f. A. Vans Agnew of Kit sisting of eighty acres, nearly settled until it isfeettled right, is amply
; 'Jn the city Monday. s simmee, and Mr. Ernest!: II. Every, of which is irrigated, is being: put in exemplified in the defeat of the anti- Special attention given to the regulation '

: Mr. E. C. Bryan is spending the week Felsmere, were business visitors in the shape for the fall planting. Mr. Ault cow ordinance. The ghost of that defeated I DR. R. J. CUNNINGHAM( of children's teeth. "I

c at Coronado Beach. city Wednesday evenin .-Ft. Pierce man will, as usual, plant a variety of measure i is haunting footsteps -- -
News. crops, but gill devote more space to of its opponents day and night, and i II Gas and local anaesthetic given !

U J. Cunningham dentist, office In i celery and lettuce than heretofore.On some of them ara already beginning to \ I Ii for the extraction teeth. '
Mr. C A. Cole of .. !
proprietor our up-
81-tf -
llhll building. hedge by that they realize thatit
Fraternity to-date j jewelry! store, whcC is spending; Friday our friend lion. C. S. is bound saying to come in the near future I DENTIST I J Examination, advice and estimates I:: i

Miss Alice Jackson 4ef t yesterday for the summer at his old' home In Iowa, Acree, paid us a visit bringing sweet but that Kiftaimmee I is not quite ready cheerfully given.OPEN ::
(Ga. is expected to return here in the early that weighed eight pounds was ---
a vigil \o friends at Cairo, potato for it yet. This i is a virtual admissionthat I "*
around and EVENINGS I
fall. inches fourteei
twenty-four the ordinance be
ought to
tin stated that
Express Agent A. H. Bogue spent inches long. Mr. Acree
but want to for TELEPHONE NO. 106 S ;
the streets
they) a E
For Sale One extra good
Ocala. Um I
week end with IIIH family near the small potato that produced -
cow. Some galvanized shingles almost monster was planted in the spring. pasture as. long as the people will stand A\....\\\\\\..\..\..\\.\\......N..\\................N\\...\\.\.\........NNN\..\\NNNI }th
Blue Ribbon i lee cream beat in town. good as n..w. and some nice round cypress I for it I \ .,
31-tf KiBsinimee Drug Co. fence posts. S. W. Downing The addition tithe Grays tone Is near- Ar
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K4 Bimmee. Fla. 30-tf ing completion and will not on'y add I-

Mr. Elmer Bass, of WhittIer, was i ibumincHH a greatly to the appearance of that pop-
visitor to our city this week The third nine boys of Kissimmee. ular hostelry, but will be the means of

played the'St. Cloud boys on Thursday; making the dining,room onfof the most LUMBER LATHS MOULDINGS SH'NIOU8
Mr. 1 II.i K. Bryan .has returned from, evening; Resulting HI Kiisimmee' pleasant as well as one of the largest: I

a few days' outing at Coronado Beach. victory, the score being!! 20 to 3. The to be found in any hotel in )Florida .
St. Cloud boys had no chance.If .
Horn to Mr and Mrs. Horace Wood Mr. W. C. Bass and family returned

..r.1 all, on Wednesday August 16th, a son. you will spend that dollar you've home from Mulberry last Friday, wherethey

1 been toting around for two years had a most delightful visit with
Crushed 1 rose Perfume the finest for a want ad !in the Valley Gazette, Mr. and Mrs. Morgan liasa. They visited .
on lliismarktt KissimmeeDruRCo. 31tlMessrs : you'll have a dozen dollars to buy the tbe large phosphate mines in that
children presents at Xmas time. section and were astonished at the mag- "
Mallery and Pendergast nitude of the plants and their wonderful Formerly McNair & Son) 11!
drove to Kissimmee last Jo'rldfty'-Taft The New York Packer says: "The<
for handling the
facilities! Dyal-TJpchurch Building Jacksonville FloridaShipments
Mpsat"nger. citrus ClOp of the sectioh surrounding. ,

Kissimmee is looking splendid since the and Mrs. H. C. Stanford left made to any part or the state.' Our stock is made from the best timber In Florida, is well manufactured ,
Mrs. G F. Parker i* the guest this in The shipments from this Tuesday
July. the
rains for New York city,
eight and carefully graded, and our facilities for filling orders for carload lots are exceptionally good.:
Mrs Chisholm,
9 week of her daughter, point,:, will run about.100,000 boxes. mayor to buy goods for the fall and {

at Orlando.: winter trade and Mrs. Stanford to see to,
Mr. J. J. Gfiffin of Kissimmee is In R
Mrs Ira! Bass returned to the city the city today on business. He tells us the sights They will top en route at I 3

r a Sunday after a month soentwith friends 1 that Kissimmee planning for a fair the nation's capital, as behind the the mayor scenes desires ... >
take I
.. in (;l'orgia.P' that will be almost as good as the great of how to our lawmakers a peep attend to their

i I Mr l)avid Bass has been appointed Orange county fair-Reporter-Star. job. ,

night policeman, vice Mr. George Fisher Mrs. C. V. Bearden left last week foiGainesville "
E. S. 'V
Mr. and Mrs. Keep
P resigned where she was joined by -
the Tuesday
Mershon and) together children arrived in city
Mrs M. they
4 Mm. Baxley and] daughter Lillian, of will spend a month visiting/ in Madison, from Warren Pa, having made, the
p Miami visit to friends in thetity other trip -in an auto. They come to take up
Cartersville- points in Georgia.
'this week! i their residence in Fowler Park where

i I Mrs: A. S.-- Nelson and daughter. they have had built a handsome con-

A want ad in the Valley Gazette al.waYs Grace, arrived home Wednesday from crete bungalow; and to prepare their

.,..+.. brings results, and all it costs is Henderson, N. c., where they have tract of land. for the planting of a citrus ... aI

five cents a line. spent the past three weeks. They grove. "

f'r; '" Col. P. A. Vans A Knew spent Tuesday were Nelson.met at Orlando by Mr. A. S. In commenting/: upon the death of Agreeably Surprised at .. -":'-I I .

r in Orlando attending to private lion. John Milton Bryan,' the Tampa : r : :,

,,5. business matters Lay anl' meeting next Sunday afternoon Tribune uses the following; language: ,. I .': I ,, '
; who has to ', c '. ) ,
at "lion. Milton Bryan given ,j, .
o'clock Presbyterian .
10, at 3 '.''9'0' !' : "
),:::' Meet me at Kissirnmee DrujfCo. and church: will be led by Dr. J. C. Davis Florida two of its brightest men-the .. ...'. ; the Improvement"Is 4 '..
.and we will Ret a drmk-of the best Subject, "Quarantined.1" All merrand'boys lamented William James Bryan and the .

soda :water made. 31 tf cordially invited. A. S. Nelson present Senator Nathan P. Bryanr=ia .
Chairman. dead. lie has not lived in vain who .
IJ Mr. E. J. Brown and family have rears such rfftble nons" .
}',,11 moved into their handsome new residence \
Mr. N. M. Rezner. and family have
.i:' on .Brack street. arrived from Buffalo Wyoming, and Our citizens were aroused yesterday! ,

: has returned to will locate across the lake at Fowler morning; by an unusual noisy, whichseemed ,-
: Miss Alleen Monday :
where Mr. Rezner has to come from somewhere on
Park, purchased
the city from Mllledgeville, Ga., where lie will at begin the Broadway, and many of them rushed t
:: who halt been teaching in a college I erection property of a home. down town thinking there was a.rioton. the expression from those ;

. Jt Attorney' 11. 13 Geiger left Wednesday They found!, however, that, it was

for Asheville, N. C., where he willspend Mr. B. C. Miller county treasurer, only "Whispering Bill" Speer talkingin
.. : returned from week's of to who have visitedKISSIMMEE I
the remainder of the summer Monday a stayat his normal tone voice a pros
t. SL Petersburg, where he went to pective customer. for fruit trees \
}"_ Capt. Clay Johnson, Jr., -returned to accompany Mrs. Miller and the children 1 \
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)\V: ,the city Tuesday after a month's stay who will remain a month at that Mr. J. C. Griffin was displaying this i' ,
with his brother at San Francisco, C'af. delightful resort. week a hen's egg that was of unusual
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where the
size, even. for KUsimmee, .. ,
Mr. W. M. Lewis representing a There is no let up in the building biggest and best things are produced i h
sJ t in boom in Kissimmee. )Every: carpenter it weighing four ounces and was 4 :
calendar house. spending aI'
;' few Chicago weeks in this city with his family. in the city is working steadily, and has inches long and 6t inches in circumference. PARK '
been all summer, but the demand for .' Mr. Griffin said it must certain

and are houses, even at this season, is greater ly be a rooster egg: as it was entirelytoo
Rev. Stephens family:
I'! the guests this week of a most delight Illy'Mr than: the-supply.'I k! L' :YnIL...y large to be laid by any hen he ever 7

ful camping party at Wekiva Springs. ."- and Mrs. Med Read and attractive saw.Mr.

i little children of Kissimmee, C. of Mooreland
: are Thomas George
'J, left yesterday
J.. for Capt. J. Simpson Ky. where he will spend visiting\ Mrs. Read's! mother, Mrs. Ella Okla., who has been a valued subscriberto .gy
Covington for several Their for time
Marquis days. many the Valley Gazette some
: weeks with/ friends and relatives. +
two ariaexpects recently.
y friends are glad to see them again. arrived In the city last Saturday

:. Don you know this is the fever season.Fletcher's 'olk! County Record. to make his permanent home
Tonic is guaranteed to preventorcura. here. Mr. George owns a tract of landin
Dr. T. M. Rivers left in his
Kissimmee Drug Co 22-13t yesterday Pinedale that he purchased over a
auto for Jake Park, Ga to join his
J?i year ago, which he will at once begin
; Mrs. J. W. Miller returned home family who went there from this city improving, and will bring his family

', ({' Wednesday from an outing of several last week. The Doctor will visit different down this fall.
,, weeks in the mountains Of North Caro- cities in Georgia, his old home
'k itate, before returning. Board wanted for the winter monthsby . frt.
Itina.Mr. a man, wife and two children (ages
.,... Lewis Shiver, an old resident of More requests for sample copies of 61.2 and 112 years), in a healthy location +r
.' ,. but now living in Brevard the Gazette are being received now
'r"this\ county, witrTpleasant surroundings; good, .
1 here for a few days this than ever before at .thia season and l board with .
,* i county, was substantial cleanlines: ; combined
the indications are that the influx of WE CONTINUE TO GROWKissimmee
moderate private family :
; ; week, at rates;
lomeseekers this fall and winter will preferred. In your -answer, state __-:1::: ,
Ij:.I i Mr and Mrs Robert C. Smith, of eclipse all former records. full particulars, with price. I' t
/ Alachua are spending a week in the
Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Dan McCallister, Jr., who has ..
with their parents '
city 1 34-lt-pd China. Maine. --0.
been living in Orlando for the past two
': { ears, spent the day here Sunday with Mrs. II. E Cole and her sister, Mrs. .
I? Miss Grace Jolly is home again after his parents. Dan left Sunday night for John H. Miller will leave tomorrow for
at Coronado Macon, Ga, where he has accepted a
j a week pleasantly Seabreeze, where th-y will spend aweek
t. Beach with Mrs. M J. Hicks and Mrs position In a printing house. enjoying the pleasures of that deightful -

'f.; E. L. Pearce. Kissimmee needs more businesslouses' : resort Mrs. Miller, who with
her son, Walter is on a visit: here from 1 ,.
A half dozen additional
Mr. Noel Stanley has returnee? from storerooms
Chicago, a constant sufferer from
M hay
l been would-have rented at good
t Kissimmee, where he has assisting prices
k"4!I' ... that team 'm--playing ball.-Polk last winter, or would now for that fever, but since coming here a few
t weeks has not felt It
and the demand will be ago in the slightest -
'. County Record. latter, greater manner. Valley Land Company
than ever a few months. later.
?;4 Misses Aline and Eloise Moon, of Kis w
The local post G. A. R. and the Ladies -
W. A. Stout of WichIta Kans.
ofMrs. Mr.
the attractive guests ,
hl simmee, are Circle have chartered the steamer
Gainesville is having; a ten-acre tract of land cleared -
J. H. Alison, East Lillie fbr Jo.
jjl' ,Wednesday, the 23rd and
Park with the
Fowler Intentionof
\i e.s1. Gainesville Sun. at will lake' J. E, MATTOCKS Vice-President &
,k\ setting it out in citrus fruit He is run an excursion on the from Manager

i\1.1 Mr. arid Mrs. Chas. Tower of Iowat also looking after the clearing of land his place to Lee's Landing. The

City. Iowa, arrived in Kissiinmee yesterday for other parties for the same purpose. steamer will leave' the dock at 8 a. m.
harp, returning at the close of the "
with Mr and .
'I" for a month'sviait Mr! and Mrs. C. W. Dann left Tuesday day. Stop will be made at tre different -1 KISSIMMEE FLORIDA .
Mrs H. F. Beuter. night for New York city, where islands to give the excursionists an .

Dann to purchase his fall and to.view of the
a well' known Mr. goes opportunity some most \
Mr. P A. Agnew
,;+\ Kissimmee. was a passenger winter stock of goods. They will stopat beautiful sights to be found in Florida.
t/ lawyer of southbound tram, > Washingtop for a cod ,le of days to tickets will be sold for 60 cents, and
on Wednesday's ((9th) of that moat the number the will
" j' hi. to Fort Pierce and Fells- see the sights beautiful steamer carry.18
op way '
city. limited,to sixty. :;
, d riere.-East Coast : .

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:Osgeola Title ; SUMMER CAfiEjDF'. SHEEP,
I'nternol "
>/- t, i-
Parasites ,.
the ,,bh.pherq's .
..' ,,Worst Boourg n l
Guarantee Company
In all'regions where Indian eorn te "

crows well, where there Is' rnougb '
./ heat: and enough rainfall for corn, 'DOORS.
Q. P; OARRETT, Manager.Iteal '' SASH ,
there sheep are liable- to suffer from ANDIn
Internal parasites. I Indeed:they are almost
.... estate so td'suffer' writes Joseph
-Titles examined and reported on I.I
In Breeder's QaxetM.
. In Onlov. Illinois, Pennsylvania. Iowa,
real estate
'instruments relating to
1 carefully drawnCorresponlien Nebraska and all Jtat s souvfc la' ever -- : ,i
: Increasing proportion there 1* the danger . .
ce Solicited. of parasitic Invasion, and the sooner LA 1NG, IN I
we accept the truth and learn to: Calling your attention to the best ,...
," avoid tbe Infection the better for us. order to make room for a I
Just what are the enemies that 'destroy Pool Parlor
W. O' BASSW sheep There are three clause large shipment of new -
of Internal parasites that do the mis
and Retail chief. There Is the small but deadly Best in equipment, service. con I .

Dealer Ir. stomnrh worm. It la no larger than a venience : drop in tonight and en- : SASH AND DOORS 'It.,
tblrk hair, not an Inch long, ;yet it costs joy yourself. - '
beep owners of our country millions '
Beef Pork andMutton
Fresh every ;year. It Is tbe stomach worm GOOD CIGARS .
that causes "paper skin" (the old name POPULAR PRICES we offer all our present stock

KL for a white skin accompanied with -- -- of this line of goods
emaciation), diarrhea, nst1pBIIIt1,
\ premature old age and death In lambs. H. BRYAN
'j r PHONE 4-V Neat: tbere Is the worm that causes nodular
disease, not so quick In Its action! '
;yet sad enough; also the germ of the
All these must consld- 1\' '
tapeworm. we ,
air er. If we are to succeed In the sheep the next :30 days. .

I enfnethDeButIe74't ] business tn the corn belt we must learn REAL ESTATE, -- .-
to guard against lh'm.
now comes Infwflon? The eggs. of Notary Public at Large '
these parasites are discharged with I
the dung on the gr.ass.: The ewes do i"flloe over ilobersoo's Pharmacy '
BARBER; SHOP this. Though they may oppenr henltby.I KISSIMMEP:. FLA. OSCEOLA HARDWARE CO.

to -- -- "' -... I
# they probnbly carry enough worms != = =
Infest n pasture, ns one worm will deposit .
Cold _Drinks &\ 'Cigars I IJ. tnnny cggn. Tin' little worms S. L. LUPFER, Manager '
I Fla batch when the night nre dewy mind Artesian ells i .
i1 f G the lnys warm along In late May nod i I
during JulyAnn'i and early September -- DRILLED -

l Before' and after these dates there AfSIV DEPTH
Is no four for the nights are too cool ANY SIZE I .
for the germs to develop. It It luring -

,. W. THOWPSOIV the time that corn !grows fast, then 2i years experience. ,
Hint worms develop fast and lambs! 0 reIn First-Class Work Guaranteed.

peril. The little embryo worm undergoes MAGAZINE EDITION 25 CENTS EACH
FUNERAL DIRECTORand soinu. changes In or on the i'.ll At flu lake HIMIKO HfUT i h p. tn
earth; then In perfect form, but small.:! i or write

r\ and climbs awaits.the up a little coming way of-a on lamb I the grnsg that W, F. HAMilTON, Kissimmee, Fla, We still have a few cooies of the Special Magazine Edition of the Valley Gazette, so you had better get in "

LICENSED EMBALMER; will take him Into hN stomach with [ your order now before they are all gone. Finest souvenir of Florida Osceola County and Kissimmee. ,'wI
the Tbnt Is. why .short sweet I, '"
|Opposite Courthouse grnNs. I - - -- '---- -_ ___. __ ___ _._ _ _.. _....
close clipped I grnss Is ever the more
... d/uigerous.: The lambs bite It closerto
K1ssulII EE FLORIDA t the earth faking In the greater number -
l of worms There In often n lot !

near the burn perhiips covered with FLORIDA LON SALE
blue grass like a lawn n place I the
1 R. S. FRAIIXISTAIIOF lambs love 'l'hrr''hecp graze mni-h;

SHOPI I here the( droppings coil t the eiirth;

i cut 'and make clothes to a man's here the worms swarm. Such spots

r'r i ; ing measure in town.1 do I the dye best any steam color. clean-I do are safe and convenient pasturage, In The Big Sale of Florida Land is Now Going on ,

+ any kind of repairing. I clean Hats.
I have two of the best Tailors in the .

. South. My place of business is in rear r e With Great Rapidity .

of J. H. Redditt's Jewelry Store. :,,
sot>s, u .
PHONE NO. 210 : J

t CALL ME YOUR AND CLOTHES.I WII COME. FOR ( t M If you want large acreage, you Want to see us. We have it b'h e millions.BELOW ;'J",

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19,919 acres in Manatee: County, 50. percent of this tract j .t; .15,000 acres fn DeSoto, County, southwest of.. Arcadia. '

ESTATE t. timbered. Flowing: : wells can,be obtained anywhere on'the land, Price $5.50 per acre; r"- ':
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INSURANCE there being two flowing wells at present'on the property. Price, ... -- --- -L):-.,- ":
$5.75 per acre. s' 10,000; acres in Sumter County, near town of. Leesbursr, a. .,',

[zam/nation of Titles a -- rapidly growing winter and summer resort, on railroad, lands . ,.

All the profit of sheep husbandryin 6.250 acres near the city of Lakeland, in a solid body, on adapted to\growing of citrus fruits and gardening products'
bound up In one thing-tho keep-
L Specialty.* Ing of the Hock In health. Ilenlthy the railroad. This is good, heavy, rich land, well adapted to the Lease on al /except 2.000 acres of this tract. This' an excellent "

i orresoondence: Solicited. shuep lambs In are Lho fat.corn Their belt are wool Their good growing of thg.highest grade of gardening products. Flowing bargain. Price $b;i"5 per-acce. "
r and abundant. They make money, wells :be obtained. Price $1O] per acre. 1
'.tor their owners. The fork afflicted .
with parasites la unthrifty It i / 18.000 acres in Saint Johns County. practically solid body. ,

waste It the cannot feed digest It consumes and asglml-because > ]14.OOO acres in practically a solid body: on the"F. E. C. within eight miles east of Hastings, three miles from F. E C. "

Time, to'plan your : late It. It. lambs are woefully Unlit Rwy.. all free of leases, with some good virgin timber, ntuck and Rwy., bordering inland waterway: 7.500 acres now free of ;:
If they are alive and the cost'ofshepherding
SUMMER VACATION Is Increa.ed, maybe prairie land. Price $?.OO per acre. leases balance' 3,000 acres annually beginning Jan. 1 1st. 19IQ, 4,
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tenfold when the flock out of "
t ON THE BEACH health., The Oxford ewe shown until all is .delivered. Price $6.00 per acre. .j
above Is the property of P. A. B South of tne above tract 19,000 acres, in practically a solid -_. y' 1
f Write toM Widener of Klklns Park, Pa. ''
n body free of leases about the same class of land as the above, 22,000 acres in Saint Johns County, parctically a solid

GTON-I but better timber. Price $&.OO per\acre. body, 12 miles southeast of Hastings, the famous potato sec t
RS. A. S. LEN1 late fall during winter and( In early
prlng. They are deadly after May; .-- --- tion, on the F. E. C. Rwy., also on the inland waterway; 8.800 .

i F Daytona Beach, Fla. I and until late September. 36.OOO acres, on F. E. C. Rwy., in practically a solid body, acres free of leases balance delivered in tracts of 4,400 acres i I

Where are safe- pastures? Fields free of leases. About 3O to 40 per cent of this tract is virgin annually beginning Oct. 9th 191 until all is delivered. Price j
For terms of rooms own to clover. In which may be mixed
and board alfalfa and grasses, seldom' Infect timber, the balance good muck' and prairie lands. Price $8.00per $6.00 per acre.

,)' REASONABLESILVER amba. Why not? Because they do acre. .

not eat so close to the earth for one :, 21,000 acres in Wakulla County, practically solid body : on /' '
thing. .and because there Is In such
LODGEon fields. no lufectl
Ocean Avenue from the previous. year. Fields sown 28,000'acres tree of leases now, 15.OOO acres to be deliveredJan. 6.840 acres free of timber, 3,000 acres more to be delivered oj

; with oats, with clover, grasses and 1 1st, ]1912. These are good lands.-well: adapted to general aach year, beginning Jan. 1st, 1912. until entire tract is deliv-
Beach front, eastern exposure alfalfa make healthy lambs. There la I
here the dancer that the farmer may agricultural purposes such as cotton, corn, cane and potatoes.The ered. This tract is adapted to general agricultural purpases. ;

forget his little lots, his danger spots tract a'8 a whole at $4.75 per acre, or will sell in tracts of I Price $3.75 per acre. *9
-=- ----'-- -(--=- : -- where Infection lurks. He may let from 5,000 acres up at $5.00 per acre. -- - ...,., .

flORIDAM- [ [STATE[ FOR SALE the again flock the come short dally sweet.or Infected often to grass.crop Leel' .. 84.0OO acres virgin pine, will'cut' I 17O million feet. Soil :q,"'b

Doing this and ending his lambs" sick' ]107.0OJl- fcres in County, remote frotn transportation I number on'e for all farm and fruit purposes. Adjoining ";

k t Beautiful winter home sites situated on clover pastnre he' may exclaim:; some good cypress, muck and prairie lands. Price $3.0O per being colonized at $40 per acre, rail: and water transportation.lands .<
in the Lake II
r RegiorCoj Florida. "There is In for
nothing clover pasture
in fee
1 Trucking and Farming Lands in large keeping sheep healthy." acre _._ _.-, Price for entire tract 6.50 per acre. ]1.4 cash, balance 1 1. 2 and '::
or small'tracts.'t A Idea whereaheep 3 years. -w;
very good on a farm
... 84,000 acres in Palm Beach County, 12 miles from the F. __ }
are kept would be to have I
\ I; CITY PROPERTY!: SPECIALTY printed some large yellow cardboard E. C. Rwy., of virgin'pine timbered lands. in a solid body border- : {

List your property with me for quick I signs, reading, "This land Is dangerous ing on Lake Okeechobee on the east, estimated 2E>0 million feet I .6 .000 acres, all virgin, will cut 150 million feet pine and :
.alt a. for sheep after May 20," or "This 8 million feet of cypress. Good soil,
adapted to
of pine 3QQ-crops of turpentine timber, and 40 million feet of citrus fruits and A"
land Is dangerous for from _
sheep( -' .
H. M. Breaker & Co.Box June '{o September." These he could cypress. Price 7.00 per acre. trucking. Price $6.50 per acre, 1 13 cash, balance one and two

put on the gates to remind him and years.' ..
178 KISSiMMEE. FLA. to remind his sons and the hired men 21,70O] acres of virgin pine timbered lands in Polk County, I I .'.!
that the the lambs, I' r
sheep especially in a solid body, near railroad, estimated to cut 45 million feet of I 2,000 acres cypress and phosphate, will cut 10 1I
-- were to be kept .off. at least were to I million feet >
be i ermltted on only during times of pine, 65 crops of turpentine boxes and ,15 million feet of cy- !, ot cypress, also vast quantities of hard wood, entire tract under- M: '

; W. I W DUZOH i the very beat dry of weather the day.; best If.only during press. Price $7.00 per' a' fee simple. laid with phosphate. A great bargain at $2O.OOO : :

Car of Pine. We have orange groves, truck lands, city property anything from a $100 lot to a 107,000 acre tract. Tell us your require .,

/ I Be sure that there are no creep holes :' _- - ments and we will fill them at prices that attractive.. ,' ;t
under the fences or gate. If there are .
*? the pigs will find them and cause a %
lot of trouble. Pigs that are apt to
Real Estatet bare "differences of opinion" shouldbe rTM. i 1 1i
separated. Fighting takes off flesh.. BREAKER & CO MP ANY JEfa

Hogs do not dig in the earth altogether -. ,.

for the fun of it. They get a lot to i K: IS: SI M// M 3SE Over Oaceola.Pharmacr: F L .
t eat that way-grass roots, worms, RI D AI ,
: ,_ bites of staff of different kinds that r \ '*If!
help to make bone and muscle. \ .:. .<,.; ,'
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I ''!! Broom CornIn should never. b* left on the surface of -- ,
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a field planted to'broom-corn' or it will
..,,., Don'tSpeculate
Florida I seriously interfere wtth: the early cultivation
Invest. .
A FRUITFUL ( rortii4rs
of .the,cropT Level cultlvatloQI. Ideal

INVESTMENT When you speculate on margins (Continued iron page 2) most satisfactory from the beginning ,
you are .like the fellow till the crop is laid }y. and, ,,1I11.av. M

,holding on a bear's tail as fit r Ume. tile field in goodVeeriditioir for harvest '.

runs'around .a, tree-If you ripen at the l -U proper attention ing. Cultivation"should, be frequent ;BestTo -

lose\,your hold the bear will J be given"to'thii_ point from year enough to keep the soil from becoming t

get you. Invest in real estate.It to year the annoyance of1 I riavtrtTaom* crusted and hard, for In this condition gain a place on our regular Hat a formula must not only' produce -

% is the true basin of wealth, stalk* ready; "tor be. harvest d While the moisture:\Ipassej off most quickly, results but result with 'a PROFIT. The' user of fertilizer ":.1 '

others are too young .wm/w largely. leaving the soil' dry'anct the soluble considers the effect on his pocketbook-the REAL result
and if you*want to play a sure J. IDEAL FERTILIZER produces the right effect, for it. works
game, ivolded.. salts or plapt.foodac\ : the surface and with\ Nature. The preference of each class of vegetation' for' Its

Boy Land that Produces Hints ... Quantity of Seed Regtilred-PerAcre., entirely.out of reach of the' roots of the source of plant food is carefully studied M well. (:ha. proper. proportions

fj' -If the germination of the seed bat plants. An,inch) or two ot finely'divided to give perfect balance-no lack, no'waate. .
land of this! kind
We have With
properapplication of food vegetation
been tested \before planting ai should soil dust proper outgrows
OPMOOUIetUAaCi. for sale in Osceola county. or serves as a thick blanket diseases and inst to a great extent and being strong'and vigorous,
w always be the ease, and found to give IJI conserving the moisture' and keeping produces fruit that is pleasing to the .eye. and, palate and. brings,
a. germination of 96 per cent or higher' the dissolved plant. food accessible to financial returns .. e grower.: t f ". '
two quarts of seed will be sufficient to the roots. Do not lose the maximum profit due'you by using poorlV bslaneed' i
r plant food from improper.sources. lUEALraUnds for PROFIT. .
plant an acre. Many growers', find' a Harvesting._The present t market demands '
PARK GARDEN lahds are ''the kind-of investments lusliel 'of good teed sufficient to sow .brush of a good, green color, i( Call on our local agent

that pays because first they are. the richest this twenty acne.. In no case should seed and to obtain this the crop must be WATERS &. CARSON. GROCERY CO. *,

,vicinity, produce excellent/crops, 'and need but little if any that gives a lower germination than 90 gathered when the 'bloom or when the *. or address 1

fertilizing and the fact that it is" ""in the "ARTESIAN Belt"and per cent be planted aa it is sure tJ givean anthers are falling from the heads. In

can have fine flowing wells so that your crops need not irregular stand and cause the plants this.condition the seeds are of course : Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Go.J.J.ndiiDe r'I

suffer in case of dry weather1, makes your farming and truck that. standalone to produce coarse undeveloped and are therefore of little ,

growmg.dfcubly safe. brush while' the crowded ones will be value except as fertilizer. When the ..

stunted and the uniformity of the crop crop is allowed to ripen thf brush sells.
These lands are capable of producing three crops per test his
annum and th fortunate, location, having over a mile of impaired.' Any grower can for a very low price, and this practicecan = '
tWo iced by means of two dinner plates anda not be recommended. If the seed r
lake front and county road on the west, and an excellent:\ cloth. One
stream on the north so that if desired can run down this piece of heavy flannel the is allowed to ripen before the crop is

stream to lake and'to city dock makes it decidedly desirableto hundred seeds are placed between harvested about one ton of seed!! is pro- r''

own some of this rich fertile Park Garden land, and we sell folda of the dampened cloth and placedin duced per acre, which is used as a ROSS GRAVES: T 1
and the other plate inverted -
one plat
on most favorable terms of payment to those not in ppsitioa breadstuff for making ftriddle-cakes or

to pay cash, so that all can have a chance to own some of over it. and the whole placed where'80 for feed for poultry rnd hogs. It Is CARRIES A COMPLETE STOCK OFHARD
have been the temperature will be from JSO to possible that before long plant breed-
these; valuable lands while they last. Crops pro- fallmuch
duced on these lands that pay a; larger income per acre than degrees in the daytime and not The eri will be able to produce a variety

many acres of good farming lands in the'North, and when you below 50 degrees\ at three that will!.yield good brush for brooms WARE .
seeds will begin to sprout s.
as well as stalks,rich in for making
figure three crops per year, YOU can begin conceive what If sugar
and be removed. STC/VES
or four days can
can be accomplished on these fine. lands. syrup. ,
; than ten
after ten days there are more The method employed in harvesting:

V/e invite close inspection and can convince anyone seeds out of the hundred that have not dwarf broom-corn is quite different ANb SELLS THEM AT EXTREMELY LOW PRICE ,Ik yrI

who will take the pains to investigate that here is the place germinated, the lot of seed from which from that used in the case of standard.

for safe and profitablle Investment. Price of these lands are the hundred were taken is unfit for Because the! dwarf plant is but 4 to 6 BROADWAY KISSIMMEE FLORIDA 1t

$100 t per acre and if necessary, will allow time to make most' planting. feet in height and the head is partly

all the money from the produc'ion of the soil. Low rate interest Clean broom-corn,seed of good qual- inclosed in the sheath of the upper leaf ti'

on deferred payments. and you get possession of the ity weighs from 46 to 56 pounds per it is found more convenient to pull the .

]lands at once and can go right to business, don't have to wait struck bushel. Seed sells from $2.50 to heads' than to cut them and then remove :: :' 43

to pay for it before having full use of it sor farming.. $4 .per bushel or from $4 to$9 per hundredweight the "boot.' By making: sure 01: .

L lands have of it but unless grower Is well an even stand of plants and by yearly);
If lower priced are desired we plenty in which
with the
improved or unimproved, as may be desired, we believe we acquainted for sale has manner been selecting seed from plants that have ,
seed offered grown the H. C. STANFORD COMPANYCarrie
can please any reasonable minded party who wants a home or ripened at same time, crops can be
he will be more certain of a god crop with
produced plants so that
Florida Good lands will
Investment in the great elate his seed in accordance with
r soon be scarce and it behobves you to get busy and secure suggestions by growing given than by purchasing it. the entire and field loaded may be pulled at one ... as Comlpl.t. a Lice of, ',.' r

4' some of the good property that can now be had. Choice of Fields. -The field should be operation directly upon wag-
ons. This lessens the amcfunt of.har-
We invite correspondence, and give best of references. ot the same character' throughout, so vest work and increases the possibilityof DRY GOODS, NOTIONS / .
that the croP may be uniform in qualityand
producing brush of good and uniform
in time of maturing and thus ad-. quality. Because of the partial inclos- -FURNISHINGS- : z

mit of being harvested at the same .
ure of the heads within the "boot" the .
time. If'one side of the,field be high dwarf sort is more -subject to injury S SHOES and CLOTHING f'

Nelson Realty CompanyOVER and of.light soil and another low with from rains at harvest. time than the - _, _. __ h__ T
soil the will not all be readyto
heavy crop
ftandard. be touma !. .deed Florida
harvest at one time nor be of a uniform That the urush fresh sad Mile t... Mi'
quality of brush. A foul piece of wAS
green color after drying it is necessary
land should not be planted to broom- that it be dried rapidly and not exposedto CHEAP AS ANY .. '.

corn, else a great amount of labor will strong light while drying. To'meet HOUSE IN AMERICA: \ ,
to weeds from chok-
be keep
necessary these requirements, broom-corjt is or-

LOW EXCURSION RATES ing the young" plants) which although dinarily dried in sheds. A shed 48 feet ,.: w
take root the first two weeks '.
they deep
long 16 feet wide and 10 feet to the 1'
above ground. It
make slow growth eaves will usually furnish sufficientroom

is a good plan to plow and finely culti- for from 40 '
FROM 'ACKSONVILLE drying a crop acres. COMPANY
vate the soil two Or three weeks before .
requisites are a' dry location a
VIA planting. This will cause many of the
/good roof with eaves extending some '
wee* seeds to germinate and then by Klssimmee Florida, ,l.
>Distance beyond -the sides and good
ATLANTIC COAST LINE means of a disk harrow or cultivator, ventilation throughout. Dry on slats '. .
be killed and the land ,
the weeds can
that are made'movable.. The brush is .
prepared for planting Such a cultivation ,
evenly spread 2 to 3 deep upon

$17.00 Washington J). C. $15.50 Hlclimond. Va.. before the seed is planted is'of aa the slats, and then 'anoth r shelf is . i .l ;
benefit cultivation given the
much asa
22.00 Chicago. ]11. 15.50 Norfolk Va. must be made 4 inches above the first 'and soon : t
growing plants. till the shed is filled. .''If placed :isr. : ]BASt

19.00 St. Louis, ]10. 15.05: Montcnglc, Teini.: governed by climatic conditions\ of the more than'3 inches deep the brush will : '

21.00 Detroit Mich. 1 12.00 Wilmington N. C. locality in'which the crops grown but not dry quickly and well, and may be-
the be
should begun
nowhere planting
17.00 Louisville. Ky. .lt.S: ( Chattanooga, Teii'n. until the soil has become quite warm come Conclusions.UroomCorn musty; or "shed a hardy I t. and BUILDERi: \

seed be in-cold soil they will rot I .
I 15.20() Tiillalioinn Tcun. If put
,7.00 Cincinnati, Ohio plant and stands dry weather well but
' germinate poorly giving an irregular makes slow growth during the first Does General Contracting and Building and Furnishes EstI-
of Where the
stand weakly plants.
TICKETS ON SALE AUGUST 16TH.TFINAL LIMIT SEPTEMBER 2ND. three weeks after planting, and needs mates on Structures of an size or Dimensions whether '
acreage is extensive it is best to plant
,-- -,--..... : clean fields and thorough, early culti- it be a Two-Room Cottage or a Tourist HoteL f
various fields at intervals of a week or

Fast Trains Steel Pullmans Dining CarsFor more, so that all the fields will not blossom vation.One contemplating broom-corn growing Makes Specialty of boring ARTESIAN WELLS g'> 1
at the same time, and all cn be ina '" $$
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has with
c in an untried region should first which he met the greatest success --

information call on nearest A. C. L. Ticket Agent, or writeA. harvested when in the proper condition ascertain by experimentation whethera , of any man in' Florida. *4

W. FRITOT J. G. KIRKLAND good quality of brush can be produced
a D. P. A. Jack..onville. Fla. D. P. Tampa Fla Methods of Planting. Standard and what kind of broom-corn is Give him your work Fla. h..

r broom-corn should be planted in rows best! adapted to the locality. will be well and quickly-done.Kissimmee, ,'1'

WANTEQ-A RIDER AGEN; 3>4 to 3 1-?. feet apart while dwarf Without! good seed good crops can '. .t

\ ? corn will give better yields if the rows not be grown: aVid growers: should Improve .

I I .R.npr'tncycleturnlahedbrna EACH TOWN and dlstttet toride and Our exhibit a sample Late 1>.001l'I 1 are about 3 feet apart. The dwarf sort the qualities of their crops from

4 1n0l.MONEY" w"..for"II _.'.. .. '''aareoteeverywhatlarv-ma-lug' "'.'_.. "C should] also] stank closer in the rows, year to year by careful seed selection. ,
.0 IBQUIR.D: until you receive and approve c.nmtr
bicycle We ahiptoanytmeauywhereInthe IT 8. to<7 k.,j"...i/>..o about 6 to 8 plants 0 the foot. Three There is good profit in growing WHAT IT '
In ad vanmrt Mw**,... and tltow TCN DAYS'.'RLTRILdurlult inches is c1aime /to be the best distance MEANS I
f which time ron ma,ride Uur blercla and put It to tent ..l.h l broom-corn and the secret of tuccesi .
p If yon ate then not perfectly satisfied or do not any wish to you keen the apart 1he row' for the plantsof lies in the'knowledge the i Many people do not know what a Ban..'. Capital Is foi. or the dif...a be "
r It hack to U'l at our expense' and r.. mill M *...'''.<..>. standard broom-corn Too often the grower possesses tween a bank pf little or flu.c.pltal and ono with a large. capital. Si : ,t
'1 FACTORY PRICES We tarnish thetUcheet grade bicycles It I I" of the best grades of brush howto i A BANKS CAPITAL AND SURPLUS .
poggibie to make at one small profit aim.c- mistake is made of planting too much .
I actual factory t Y ju aaw>f 10 to $2ft middlemen's proflta br Inn produce the best grade and how to I. the fund that protects the depositors from loss, therefor.the target it is the ill y
In*direct ot niiandharB the manufacturer's. guarantee behind jour seed and this often comes about by of it. Growers should become greater protection the dnpoxiiora have. This bank has a
I bluycle .DONOTBUVablcycleor pair of tires from .._. .t. ", that it is better to plant a dispose Capital of . .. . ... .. . .. .. ... . .fW.OOO 00 I v
4 e -r4 ntil:ran receive our catalogue and learn our unheard of virus reasoning acquainted with broom manufacturers surplus fund of .... .... .., ,.., .. 1 if,OOO 00
.. *WILLrBEASSTONISNED>hr's'"t.r._ .. little too much than not quite enough: and the qnality of brush they prefer htot.holdara'U.blllty .. . ..? .. .. .. .oo0000. I
you you Ieeeh.oar6rnaf.l m i'or' *
Nib la* prbw.w. oaa __._ thW..r. w.dalth.Ll.h..tfnM"blrrota.'.....".,I ,'r for if too thick the plants can be and arrange to sell directly to them as A total of.. .. ... .... ... .. ... 112 .OOO 00 .
...' other faotorjr.' W.arawtlMtod wlt11..00 profit alar, ... i- I. thinned. It is truo the superfluous i Thin means that we must l.Nio123tOn.OO before our could
depositors 1
a1eT.La..altllaoq:: e0.aeanDHAMD.ICYalaa oeD eon.."*Mvcl*>md.r 7oaro. _rt..tduubIs.. 0..nt""" but far aa possible. acct This protection Is for YOI]. lose &
W. do not rataiari*kudi*anond hand blor..,bat man hu. r.mrmb.r plants could be properly removed There is no doubt but that Floridacan I
't, +Mi b.n 1 taken!1.; I=bl.our....Chicago II.U ml n lM>talt.toraa fraa. TbM*.cast out promndr t . as a matter of fact they very sejdopiare. grow the finest quality of broom- = STATE BANK OF KISS.IMMEE

CoXsTEB-BRAKts, p;?:pm.a:::::,:kind..k.ytM'ar.p.l.rM.SMew.: :'I .-.....''r... ,,01 Thinning plants of 'this nature is turn, and there should be established ,. -- J

'1111 3 41 !oj! !o Hcdgcthorn r lS a tedious task and requires more time in KiBsimmee a broom factory.A ; KI!__sMMtr. ... 7-t

. thanjto plant the field a second time.It ton of broom-corn makes about MX/ : C. A. CARSON JOHN M. LKBVlcePrenldent If. B. CABSON ;

O e If-h ea,109 Ii Ire a'UDcture-pr.oolT4; is thus best of to good plant seed.exactly the dozen brooms of ordinary si.ze. The ,:......... ..Presldool..................................................Cashlsf.......i! {q
/ f.."P'....-" '"..,'....II..'M proper quantity poor brush is .used for the central portion -
)1111.1/1 M N/'...,. ,.....,"' w It should be remembered that it is of the broom and is called under
.., .../ rill-" ."..".MIrMle.delruA( wr,....,.... 55 ....
{\ NOMe ETROUBlEFROMPUIICTDRES'i, r." .t I'' "'- .) very important that the soil should be working; about this is placed a better

, N..>...,...__.lMa rill _'.. Oraalrav a. #0. "1;, / "'.'. brought to a finely cultivated condition quality known as self-working and this
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'I i jrsv-o/vofDWvnjtfj b..LI..dthon""ndpaInIlOJdl..t-e.r.Made in all sizes.H It ;" } ti ; < '.' before planting.! Of course this is ad- In turn is covered with the beat quality, GLENNREAGINADVERTISERS

.. Ii lively and e.lIY'L"o, visable with all crops; but it U epecial- known as hurl.
ti riding, very dnnhlo and lined Iniilde withy ( Ht"ii! ; i
. '. a MKxrlsl Quality of rubber which never beromes -', j ly true of broom-corn because of the
s .. r/orons. without and which; clones up emailImetun slow-growing habit of the young plants.If ,
oflettenfrom.atleSedCuetomere -otl-t,..thlek rutibert ref
Wehave hundred The: Kissimmee
the is rough and Library.The .
" etatlagthattbelrttre.haveoniybeenpumpedeponos IiA" ,.*"ft" land\ cloddy early ..
f ortwt'eInawhole ..,.....n. They weigh no more than a ml "M"to cultivation can not be accomplished/ We prepare and olace
sn ordlnarytire! U e punctnrereauitlnK qualities belnff > prevent rim euttlnc. Tkl Kissimmee Library offers to Its copy d
1 YIveh by >ayes of thin specially prepared tin will eutlsat ..... Other without covering the plants. For the subscribers a list of over four hundred We compile and print boOklets f .
abrlc the tread. The regular. price of these tires make-SOFT, KLASTI and We sell CALENDARS -
on Bisa
listing or in all of Bulletin / e
la 110.00 per pair, tnlttoradYGl'tlelDlr purlxkeae.are BABY HIDING. (, same reason planting deep books by the best authors, any or Boards and AdvertisingTKoveltleB
mtklno a special '.ctnr nce to the rider of only$4.!80 per pair. All orders shlpnrd samnday furrows is-'not' satisfactory. On heavy which you have the privilege of readingfor In Leather
(* letter is received, a'Ve ship C. O L. on approval, you do not pay ft cent until yon only $2, which secures a single. Celluloid Alluminum.. .
clay soil the seed should be planted
wti have e aninedand found them strcUy -s represented. ,
, dI ....t.1 lr_tWirVresTosill PULL drift. m ibership, or $5 for a family mem- '
ap.r e. t/tbusbyaa ktpl re. p.lrl
aad .DdoM tbla..... Yoe run mo lift la awdlBS1".\ ord.a"tji lira. D I one-half inch deep but on very sandy hip. Capt. Trench the librarian -- -- }
tt.nMMl at OUSJ.IPMM* If for aar taaann ta are aot aattafartorr on ;. wai p rp'tlr r '
MM!eop.r..ata9 ala.afaCaalaabaak. '1 roe onlara paJr af tbM=r M will Aod-tb.t tfawr will,I : soils'or light soils containing much vegetable wi issue you a membership card for
.....l.r. rua. '-...,.w .r b.. .'-t lonieraad; look ever tbaa aarttr.. ybu baT....r a..d 0._o.t en...I 11W mold an Inch will not be too th "fcbove amount. Library in State WE ARE ,PUBLICITY EXPERTS. :
th lliii.ll
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ran bUyel. yoa WHHIT. a. yuarord.r. \
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,iF SS NEED, r error bar.nV'prlovanttl.. '.T.M dad for apAref I. ..,' deep. If dry Vhould be rolled LONG DI3TA N OgPH O N E1296::: _, .
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,.... b1 TIm 8D4 .HUKlrr CMt.4o.yiM rr which rti..mUtklkt inl. "u,,_ all ....... after'planting.Cultivating : .
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DO NOT WAIT'... 0CP000I,-.. 'DO> NO?THINK OFBUYmu.vblcytcor.. r- :. ...:Cultivation must k,. Well Written Up. ,SUITE & 5 FLORIDA '
from aavona anttl *o -W..r SAd wokuvriiil oir" ru w.*r a.,
.. commenced and frequently The French national library eatalns: .
A J10017 100t Sto-t fb- early repeated BANK OP TAMPA BUILDING
C1TCLECOIM m *+ n 9* j to eda from' 72,000) books on the French rerelutloa. -
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> '3'' \ FOR SALE-Good large lot, choice location FUR SALE-Several orange groves of MISCELLANEOUS I WANTED!) -- _.1

; splendid neighborhood; cash different sizes, one of which has 80 -I.

; Classified Advertisements or terms Apply P O. Box.37fi, Kis- acres of land and 5-acre grove' $3200; WADE the tuner. Orlando. WANTEDYou: to s'enw for all kinds '.
sim i ee, Fla.. 25-tf terms. 34tf Nelson Realty Co. I of Real Estate and Fire and Life, Insurance .
- R. O. _MEEK-Notary Public. 23-tf K,O.Meek. Kissimmee', 23-tf
p ., I FOR SALE. FOR SALE-Tw nty-five acres of ham- : '"
Advertisemen' inserted'under this"head at the rate of Cents Orange Crove and f'arm.-We have 10 mock land, located within 1j milesof WANTED-:The' sweetest thing out for POSITION goods W, gents'NTEDJ8alesJllan l in\\ \
furnishing shoe
Greeme or
j Bartow seat of Polk your girl-Fuller Candy- .
.. line each insertion. .' . I' acres of fine land two miles from St. the county fresh from Kissimmee tore, by young married man; severalyears' :
.. factory Drug
. ..;r.. "''Si,. per .. Cloud and about one mile from a station county 200 yards of good rock road. experience References furBreara
Company .. 33-tf 1\
--- ---- Seaboard building within mita(
By. ; Vi \ t-
about one-fourth of the
.' I place ingood niuhed. "'.Address Will E. ,
of This land -
is suitable for
FOU SALE I H. C. STANFORD CO.: are agents shoes for for I tenced bearing, two wells grove,,wood fenced stables and cross-and growing property.any kind of fruit or vegetables FOR fresh fi'sh, phone the- Run'Basi Maytown, Fla. 31: -41WANTEDPosition ,;,

the celebrated Hannan 19-tf outbuildings, rest of the land fine for Ten acres cleared and fenced' _Market_ _ No. 189._ _' _ f 19-tl by a man thoroughly -
A PAIR of good, gentle work horses men. farming and trurk growing. House with barn First offer of $600 takes GET H. N. BRATTON to drive your qualified to take charge of
for sale cheap. Ross Graves 26-tf 'I FOR bargains in resident property, burnt down. This will make some it. .W. K. Speer, Orlando Fla. 34-6t artesian viells 41-tf truck garden or citrus grave In-

''r t truck lands and orange groves call on ,I one a fine> little farm, in good country SALE-7-room FOR dressed >oult-y--; : phone the Hull quire at Valley Gazette ofli-e 25-tf
-c KING Quality shoes for men at Cash I'I'I H. M. Breaker Kissimmee. Fla. 4-tf and on main traveled road. Closeto FOR cottage and large Bass Market. No. 189. 19-tl
it;: - church. Price 1 S1600. Terms if grounds; several bearing orange trees, Notice for Bids.Scaled .
house if desired
TWO very desirable resident;\ lots In i desired plenty room for another MUTTON, fresh, fat and fine, at the
+yj CHOICE CITY LOTS for sale at low j Carson addition, each 50x1 M feet Fine Home Adjoining City Limits ; rented to pav'"over 12 per centon Rull Bass Market, phone 189 19-tl! bids for remodelling: the jail
price, a "SNA} for some one and pnttmg in tii-ci' < IU will bereceived .
; prices. See or write IIpartir Fleming for There are 16 bearing orange trees on 2JJ acres adjoining city limits over - -- ssary
r \ liars 40 tf I these lots, under good new fence, I 200 bearing orange trees; Japanese desiring a nice home at an encouraging WOOD, per strand, $1.25; five strands by the Board of County Commissioners -. !
price. We also have a 6-room .75. Lumber Co. 29-tl at their
*5 Kissimmee
meeting, Sept. 2.
located close to the lake. $lr 0 rash persimmons and other fruits, 6 room -t
t FOR SALE-Ohio Chester White house with verandas and porches, The Commissioners reserve the right toreject
pigs takes the two. See H. -Breaker I house servants house, two barns, 4
bath, hot and fold water modern, ANYONE can start a mail and all
\ male and female. Apply to II. W. & Co. 31-tf chicken house, and excellent shade, anywhere any bids Plans/ and
S K Boice, Vine St. and Bermuda Av. 33tf delightful view offtake, three blocks order business at home. No canvassing ttneoihcationg' on tile with Ludlam &
- I ornamental and oneof
_ : :. shrubbery, the -from P. O Easy payment plan. Be your own boss Send for free Macl)onough. architects, Kwsimmee, )
'a FOR SALE-Forty lots in one body. FINE LOCATION For delightful most delightful homes in this part of We have fine cement cottage, 5 rooms booklet. Tells how. Heacock, A 2144, Fla. .,.,
; Price that can be doubled home 90x150 feet of ground north-I the country. Can look right down and bath room, lake view, on hard Lockport, N. Y. ARTHUR E. DONEGAN Clerk <- !
L so money east front, beautiful view of Main street from front door, so convenient -
road Come let --- -------
bargain. us
r :" Within two years. A Valley Gazette. from house school church great
) t: only one block court in to high good show you. WE-Are offering some very desirable
31 tf finest part of the city, just the place markets, etc. Owned by a party
I 34-tf Nelson Realty Company. resident lots, located three blocks
x r! FOR, SALE-A 12 ga. automatic shot for nice home in good neighborhood. for sale at $4250 Terms if desired. from the Court House, on nice high I ITO
1' } gun, practically new inside and out. Terms if desired. Price $750. Nel- 11.22 acres adjoining city limits part FOR SALE--Fine Pinedale farms of 5 elevation, for $200 for inside and $250 I USE 1 1FENOLE
First $22.fiogeta: it. See it at Makin. son Realty Co. 33-tf i excellent trucking lands, balance fine acres each, well located, good orange for corner lots. Alley in rear of all
son's. R. Canova. 33tf for citrus fruits, fine orange trees on land and very finest of location, just' these lots. Cash, or short time. Let
i __ : _ FIVE city lots on which ,is located a either side .of thin land, good deep outside city limits; owned by .an Ills us show you these lots. II M
I FOR SALE-Eggplant plants, $5 per nice new five-room cottage, fine view well just put down, considerable I man who is too far away to look afterit Breaker & Co.a 24-tf
- I 1,000; tomato plants, $2.60 per 1,000; of the lake, cool breeaes. This prop- fencing, & room horse, just the place and is willing to sell for $50 to $75
: ready for delivery Augttat 15th. Address erty is located close to the proposed for a good home that wiU grow rapidly : I per acre and give time on half if desired -. AN intelligent person may earn $100
: New Eden Plantation Nar- I electric line on high level lots. A in value and excellent school and I Good ,school and church privileges monthly corresponding for newspa
coossee, Fla. 32-tf bargain at $1600. Let you church privileges, good markets. fine healthful location, beautiful -i pers. No canvassing. Send for par
this property. II. tA Breaker & Co.31tf I view of lake and town. ticulars. Press B EXTERMINATEBed
5 acres, with large comer lot adjoining Syndicate, 2245.
r FOR SALE-Fine corner, close to the i' fronting town, outside corporate lira 34-tf Nelson Realty Company. Lockport N.Y. Bugs, Roaches, Moths,
depot and business part of the city, its, beautiful view of city and lake, I I \ -- --- -- --- Ants Mosquitoes Fie I
T + fine location for residence or business, I FOR SALE-Twelve acre orange and excellent healthful breezes from off i: FOR SALE- acres about three anda 'i OU-Are thinking of coming to Florida Flies a t,
J lot 75x95 feet. Cheap at $1250 Nel grapefruit grove, about three miltts the lake delightful place to live, and half miles from Kissimmee, excel- pf course you want the best Spiders, and all classof
from Kissimmee, railroad. Will hammock land property for the least: mofiey We vermin.
son Realty Co. H3-tf I on grow an orange and grapefruit grove lent land, mostly very
,ew sell; tt a bargain. Address W. H. and have all advantages of city life, rich and productive, about 7 acres of can fill your requirements, whetherit TO KILL
FOR SALE-55 acres land near Winter Arnold Kissimmee, Fla. 41-tf yet enjoy the freedom of country. orange grove, over half of which is be a city lot five or ten acre tract, :
5t Haven, 43 acres young grove: 1500 Price only $800, on terms if desired. in bearing; finest of trucking and a section of land, or a twenty thous- and prevent Fleas Lice and
grapefruit trees 500 orange, large FOUR-acre orange: and grapefruit Several Pinedale 5-acre farms for sale farming land; 3 flowing wells 6-room and acre tract. Write us regarding Miles on Fowls. 'To kill
l,' r lake.. Price $6000; easy terms E.: L. grove, with 250 bearing trees, where you can grow groves and build house, good stables, lake front, with your wants. Every piece of property and X
S, Haskms, Winter HavenFla 31t: .3tpd five acres muck and ten acres pine you a home that has social and educational delightful lake breezes and nice view sold at exact price placed on it by the recent Ticks, Fleas Lice and A
land in cultivation, thirty and one- advantages: These 5-acre of the town: owned by a Virginia man 1 owner. No padding of prices on Flies on Animals.
half land, five-room be had who sell. This is cheap property listed with us for sale. H.
"hf FOR HONEST and square deal. in all acres unimproved farms sre valuable, and can says property I TO .
Jr ; kinds T>f real estate, call on or write box house, good barn and well. The at from $250 to $'J75 per farm. Termsif I at $5000; terms if neceas ary. Same M. Breaker & Co. 24-tf PREVENT
i" s t W. H. Farmer Box 322. 16-tf improved land all under good -fence desired. Come secure a home be- i man owns 390 acres splendid farming ERNEST L. GREEN SIGN WRITER the spread of contagious dis
This property on the north side of fore all are disposed of. and rove jand less than a mile from
4 Auto eases. To disinfect
East Lake four miles from Narcoos- limits also 45 of hammock | -Sign. Carriage Painting I Staples
HANNAN SHOES are high class shoes I You can get fine Park Garden lands at city acres work. Let
> all
guarantee me figure and
,y Call and see them. H. C. Stanford I se P, nine miles from Kissimmee. prices that will prove to be very land on which flowing wells can be with on that job. P. O. Box Houses To insure
_: Company. 19.tfV Price $4.500, $2.500 cash, balance one cheap when you learn their intrinsic had anywhere. Here is at great opportunity y 139, Kissimmee you Fla 16-tf yourself perfection of health.
;Qrj ,1A year. II, M. Breaker & Co. value. The best are always the for a good purchase. _. .
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4 LAUNCH FOR SALE Twenty.five cheapest and remember that "For- 34-tf Nelson Realty Company. I LOST-New umbrella, handle smooth, FENOLE will not injure or.stain
feet long, six h. p. gasoline engine, FOR SALE-163 acres twelve acres tune follows the flow." We guaran- ---- almost square and bent at right an- the finest or most delicate fabrics
1' in good condition. For price, etc., cleared, balance good pine land with tee flowing wells in Park Garden, andit FOIl KENT Think I probably set it downin Insects destroyed with, Fenole. ,
;; address, F. Newton Box :ua, Kill- clay subsoil; about 200 bearing is certainly: the best and richest some store and forgot it. Anyone will not poison house
simme, Fla. S3.2tixi I orange trees on place. Four room true: ., lapds/ in the country. Price with a stray umbrella answering chickens pets or k
cottage, good barn and other out- $100 nor acre. Terms to suit purchaser DWELLINGS for rent apply to M. Tiller above description will confer a favor
BEAUTIFUL lakefront lot'consisting btl; ldinj18. Located five miles west You can earn nearly all the by notifying the owner, S. W. Down- Fenole is used with a sprayerNot .
of a half 'block located in the best of Orlando on good clay road. For money on these lands to pay for them. ing. 32-tl Qta. 75c. I gal. $1.I.35, gal $2.r.o. :
wt, neighborhood in, the city. Will sell \ price, terms, etc., address Box 256. 33-tf NELSON REALTY CO. I ROOM FOR RENT-Cool and pleasant. Sprayers 5Oe..
( who will it to Orlando - ---- Mrs.: Dennis Blenia, corner Sumner
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only to party improve L .FI ------ NICE-Centrally located home on beautiful -
correspond with surrounding prop- 1._ __ __ __ WE-Have listed some of the most desirable and Orlando ave. 31 corner lot, only three blocks the Cheapest: but the BEST i
erty. Full particulars and price to lot oir the market both I from Broadway house is lighted rp
seven rooms on large property '
rfV { FOR RENT-For cash or on shares ten
interested' .,arty. H. M, Breaker I| 108x208 feet, with fine shade trees, city and county which we' over at acres best land, three miles from; with.electricity, has bath, toilet and Manufactured only hy a .
& Co ?:. ___31_-" I good well This property js locatedon the lowest prices to be obtained. town, has flowing well Is plowed and kitchen sink; new cement sidewalk; THE FENOLE CHEMICAL CO.l
SHRUBBERY. For one of the maredstreets,- right in There la no padding of us, fenced. Apply to R. ..Cunningham, house contains seven rooms, including TAMPA t-1
g TREES. AND i the fastest growing section of the every piece of property sold at exact P. O. box 841. 27-tf bath room; lot 120x160 feet, ex- --- FLORIDA-
1 fruit trees, ornamental trees or shrubbery 1 city, and can be purchased' for a short price placed on it by tile owner. tending to 16-foot alley. We can For sale by 1
I'M Of anrkind write W. R. speer 84-tf, time for only $1700, half cash balance Write us your requirements and.we ROOMS TO RENT-Either single or offer this beautiful home bn very OSCEOLA: r !
Orlando Fla.- and get prices I' six and twelve months. If you I will do our best to pleas you by en suite; suitable for light house reasonable terms. Full particulars PHARMACY
i SEE King: Quality shpea before buying aln. see us quick. H. showing just In* kind of property keeping" Apply to Mrs. A.,A. Simp- to Interested parties. H. M. Breaker Kissimmee v7if .;;.
d T' Cash. Store.r' 7', l"tfIT M. Breaker.Co; -Si-tt desire. H. M. Breaker & Co. 24-tf I son &: Co. 24-tf .

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