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: September 1, 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: VID00505
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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The temporary officers af the Osceola County Fair

:Will Be to Encourage Betterment, Educate and\ Association'earnestly'appeal:to you to at once place

: New Ideas Acquired From'Seeing the your name on the subscription blank being<<' circulated: :;
in your respective locality for as many shares'of stockas

Newest Developments Along All, Lines you can conveniently take. '' In avery short time a. ;

.-' ... meeting will be called to in Kissimmee, at which t S
they of the work aU subscribers for stock held 'invited. attend and v
To look upon a fair as a place no idea taking up ;to ,
'amusement only )JI a mistaken idea. It along advanced lines so that they may participate in the proceedings.: The ,purpose of this '' : :, M,

I. a great educator., The instruction a earn premiums; is no reason why the e meeting will be to elect a permanent set of officers, determine : y
l II ,taking of the work by others will
scholar or college up '
r the time of holding the County Fair adopt the :
valuable than the inculcation not indirectly benefit them. The encouragement ,
more -
6f no the Idea 6t advancement and better- of the producers of the Articles of Incorporation" and rules of government of ,

ment presented by the collective exhibits very best in all lines Is the object the association. As it U generally'understood that the ( : q ;l

5 of the best in every line at'a fair. of all fairs. Any patriotic citizen fair will be held during ,thus coming winter, you' can
There II an incentive to go to the fair should be willing to lendhis presence - readily see the importance of haste getting the work -a
of the as a boost to the-exhibitor even '
the best possible product
with under .but before anything of decided naturecan
he is not -producer himself. way, a
farm the beat grain, live stock, fruit though
eta Thf is a smallpralter bu /*,followed be done it will be necessary'to effect permanent a

The best poultry and swine and sheep by everybody would malce"DrfairB theworld' organization, which can be done only by and through a' ,
; vara prepared for exhibit with the idea best colleges. meeting of which all subscribers to stock have been : '
All 'sorts of advertisers will boost '
that they are certain to win a piece of apprised. '
their particular method of advertising,
the premium money, and just as certain H. CLAY STANFORD !
but it-can be truthfully said that no advertiser ,
they are the stepping stones to greater lose. I will deny that besides being an S. J. TRIPLETT, Temporary Chairman. .
. endeavors whether they win or
If educator, the county fair is the best ad- Temporary Secretary.
" Tle visitor to the fair is
vertisement that the county can possibly
the breeding of
" be be inclined toward ,
live stock or the vocation,of general get. ____'____ __ ,! ,
, fanning, he is gaining valuable lessons CONCRETE: ROADS !
he sits about the judging ring and
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tell of the points of I'I
hears experts
." Passed :Into EternityAt .,
a prize animal or the technical points Are Proving Very Successful In '
that score highest In the judging of corn. v

___ _If a_breeder or a farmer, the more Western States. '
Hands of Shakers
I valuable the lesson"to him.. He wilUgo '
/ 1 In vie\rof ttwfsetthat._matter ._ ,
his visit to our -
.. home well repaid for of building good roads is commanding __ '
.. He not fail to hear or I '
fair. can
; county see something that will redound to his much of our County Commissioners' at- Sister Sadie L. Mafchant, Who Was in Last Stages. : : 't
,! tention, we reproduce the following I
advantage. He may not have who learned do the clipping from an i it from some of the experts furnished Mr. Wm. Hahtnan of
judging. It may just as likely come Itoortp., who is a large holder of Chloroform by Brother E. ,B. Gillette and Sister '" **'
modest but successful exper-
I from some property in this county: Elizabeth Sears.
who has out the why and
t imenter dins "It is becoming more and more evIdent .
wherefores in his own little experience.
to farmers and those InterestedIn
fair will! be ar ;
Therefore ourcounty good country roads that a more lastIng One of the saddest as well as one of that the time was short when she
", great educator. It will' broaden the material than earth or the ordinary the most peculiar crimes ever committed be called to her final reward, but a
ii". knowledge; of all who attend'and put macadam must be used. Near Coshoc-: in Florida occurred'at the Shatter ago Sunday, which was August 20th a, ,
them in touch,with what the possibilit'e8 ton, Ohio, two concrete roads have been colony on the evening of August 22d':- the climax was reached,she being tak ;'

; ..[ del' of our county may be. built which have successfully withstood sad because a young and lovable woman with a chill and diarrhea, which everyone \ j
L The mistaken idea that our county One severe winter and show no wear was aided by those who loved her best knows is the last stage. of comsumption.
.1 fair can be made up without the co-op- from traffic or injury from weather in her passage over: the mysterious river [ {
y' deration of a large number of exhibitors "The first view shows an 18 foot and peculiar because those who com- "Sister:; Sadie had always told us ; ,
should be Spelled and a little bit of strip of the full width of the road. Tbe mitted the act feel as though they only let her die in peace and without pain.and
'k' study given the question. For instance, second shows a' lO-'foot concrete, strip performed their duty'' to God and to a asked Sister Elizabeth that day
a woman going through the fine arts department laid on the old' roadbed. The former member of their household.On let her get out of the body. She ,:
looks carefully Over the fancy joins a macadam road which is deeply. the Evening of August 22d,just as to eat anything more after that. Sunday : : :
6'. work exhibited there, suddenly come.I worn and rutted. Concrete In the latter the day was merging into night, Sister night the 20th she suffered terribly : ; ;

to the conclusion that she has ,a'piece ; case replaced a block stone road, Sadie L. Merchant a member of/the and towards morning begged us :
of drawn work a fancy quilt, or something i which had given away' under heavy Shaker'' colony, passed to her reward kijl) her. Iwent to.St. Cloud at daylight ;
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I else of her handiwork:that beats floods and travel and the other, a limestone after years of suffering from that most. Monday morning arid got .11"'f;
;!' ,, anything she has Been there. It is too macadam road, whose"life was terrible of all diseases, consumption. opiates to ease her and gave her all
r' late then to enter it,'hut she wishes she only one year, due to heavy traffic At The passing out of ;Sister Sadie was brought, which seemed to ease* her; .
Jiad. Now If all were of the disposition present the 18-foot road carries all unusual in that no'doctor had employed went to St. Cloud for more and )

of this woman there would not be any ,, travel from the other concrete road and and as soon as Sheriff Prevatt I gave them to her she could'n,t '
exhibits in any the departments. Those also from another,brick road and showsno learned of her death, set about an investigation them'on her stomach. She suffered I ,
Who have pride in their county wIll sign of wear. I I and in-company" with Judge until Tuesday noon that I went to : w

bring what ,)hey have to our fair. "Georg. J. Bach &,Son, contractors' G. F. Parker went to the colony on Cloud and got two ounces of chloroform.which '
Though your exhibit may be mediocreas of Coshocton, have constructed these Tuesday last for the purpose of learn- I.rave to her on a cloth and \ '
to merit, it may win a premium for sections of roadXt cost, in order to. Introduce ing all the details of the Sister's death. went to sleep. I. went to St. I
laok Of something better. No one will thenxfor general county con- What Brother E. B. Gillette,and Sister again about three o'clock and got '
desire to bring articles displays with- him sufficient or eight of chloroform
struction. River gravel is used with a Elizabeth Sears told was ounces more in ,
out any meritorious value to our fair; 1:2:4: mixture 5 inches deed apd a 1:2: to warrant their arrest on a charge of bottle, and when I returned\ home ; : ,
but where there is merit do not hide It. mortar wearing surface 1 inch thick. murder, and on Wednesday afternoonhe found she had come out from under +
4 bring it out. It may be an incentivefor "A country road which cannot become returned to the colony, brought them influence of the first 1 had given '
others to do something as good or muddy, which .will give at all here and placed them in jail, where and I gave her another dose. She '
better for the next fair. times a secure footing for horses, and they are now awaiting the formal hear- out about ten minutes before six '

The main object of any fair is to which will need little or no repairs, ing before being bound over to the' crim- "Every time I gave her anything
, ftther for display the best that can be would be tbe 'greatest improvement in inal court for trial.' asked her: 'Sadie do you want this T .f,'
f collected to put to the front for the inpection farm conditions that has been made In There never has before" occurredan and she would say 'yes.' She was :::
, of visitors a diversified adver- recent years. Concrete seems to be act that has so startled this commu- fering/ she dldn' Owant to live. ; '

tisement of what can be accomplished the only material combining these qualities nity, for the Shakers whose Colony is giving her the last sleeping potion 11.'
in the county or state by its people. with low cost. A decade from near Ash ton, about nine miles east''of made it a special point to tell her : i "
, The premium' list of any fair is worth. now, our country roads of concrete may this city.are regarded as the personification if she wanted to hang on and suffer ; ;
perusal, and if the citizen is worth equal our city pavements in serviceabil of honesty, uprightness and that we would do everything we
place In the community, he or she can rty under all conditions of weather." p find some way to co-operate for the success in politics, never have use of the courts, to do as we did, and urged us to q
of that fair. treat all people with respect and reverence her the chloroform. When she had ',
This progressive age demands more NEGRO BOOZE SELLERS and never commit a dishonest act come discouraged before I tad :. '

than the old-fashioned agricultural show. or an' infringement of the law. Therefore encouraged her to hold on as long as ]
It must combine diversified exhibits it is hard for our people to believe could so as to keep our ministry i
covering every branch of manufacture, Arrested by Deputy Sheriffs Whidden that anything but love could 'prompt aged to such' an extent that they j j
and mUBt'of' necessity carry with it and Prevatt. these good people to take the life of one not sell our place here and move

i ...1'J..a some form of amusement that will divert of their number. In all the years the I North, as our members were so. few. \
,. the young mind particularly from That the sheriff's office' will make Shakers have lived in this community, "Before God I think I did right, i!
all work. The exposition idea has con- good its declaration to clean this county this is the first time any of then have my conscience is perfectly at ease. i !
I sequently dominated of late, but how of booze sellers was proven true this been called on to answer to a crlmiral great feeling for her caused me to I ] ? :
ever complex the ingredients of a fair week when Deputy Sheriffs H. Whid charge. They know naught but right, mit this unwise act." '
of today it can not get sway from the den and Chas. Prevatt on Sunday arrested their religion' teaches them to fear God : { ,

educational feature. It must show td Walter Hogan for running,a and love their fellow man, and they five IN fAR OFF NORWAYA 1 :: .
the world the best that can be producedrom blind tiger, and that evening ths same up fully to their, teaching. They tell : ,
/ the farm, the factory and the officers invited Emma Spaulding' to occupy the truth at all times and under all circumstances --- :- I

shop as a boost for the locality in a cell in the county Tail, for com- let the result 'be what it Man Sends for a Copy of }
t which the fair is held. mitting the laaqeoft'enae.} On Wednesday -, will and in this instance, we believe, Magazine Edition. 4 :
The amusement features of a fair are Hogans' wife.-was taken into cus- they nave lived up to their reputation. !
i but the side issues that are demanded tody by these officers, and on yesterdaythey There is nothing but sympathy expressed As an evidence that Klssimmee i is : :!
during a time when a day or a week of added Fred Lovering to the list, I on every band for these unfortunate the map in capital letters, and that It
-/ visiting away from home must containsome all upon the same charge. These are people, even though they have known of and talked about in the i i
" form of rational fun. Just as a negroes, and will be tried at the October committed one of,the gravest'offenses motest corner of the earth, and of l:
t i 'dentist attending as a'delegate from term of the county court. In the eyes of. the law-that of taking further fact that the Valley Gazette
. his home town the national convention While this bunch are of the dusky ,the life of a fellow being. the medium to which all look..f or :;
. r. of dentists will require some form of persuasion Officers Whidden and Pre- A representative of the Valltfy Gazette and truthful statements of the
" WI. amusement to while away'some of. the vatt state that there' aVe dertain! white visited Brother E. B.. Gillette at tion. prevailing in this section, we :
'" w 'hours of biB trip so will the stock men engaged l lii the business in this the_county' jail on yesterday, and jn 'reply produce the following letter: ; ,
,,I 'breeder, showing; fine cattle orinterestd city and that it is 'only a, question of ; to the question as to.wbetllerh.d.- Kragero den, Norway Aug. 11. ; '

I J I In seeing that branch of thefair, tIm.when they will be enrolled county sired to make,any statement, Brother Kisaimmee Sir-Kindly Valley post Gazette.ta me ;your Mag ,
f look about for. some diversion during .bonders, and when'Judge Parker Gillette readily answered yes, and said: cine Edition, for which I. enclose 1
; his stay in the city.'.. }le' I. educated gets through separating' them teem "Sister Sadie I,.. Marchant came' tour 60 ore. 1 bear It spoken of so well ; ; ;: :
.+. ,. and amused.. T..* their money and time,for-a few b colony six'and'three months u I hope to reside shortly at. ,
\ t Becauae the fair is. an educator $js months in a turpentinecamp,- they will ago,'and at that time had only one lung. Kissimmee, I am told that for
tion not be
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0 I \''. fend} their encouragement. Though 'on the map'; past"-aeperal'Veeks,.and 'W..:all.knew" HAJIBY. B..:BUDD.
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TsT CLOUD recentlitarrlved* here'. f r,pi I Canada! is I Underand by virtue. ol a tleoree W foMlo.nro piiySICIAN'snd" 'SURGEOomceoyriaceois'PhIrln& ('

building a residence just back of the and aale cendared by the'Hooojable Jam*. W:,
of the circuit CcftrrtoJ tha 7U :
hot l lock. He Intend. to build? an, Judicial Perkins Circuit JudS'I of the Wtate of Florhl"lill and r l
Out f..Town Buyers audianued ,8esIdenoe37 %
otheSkfiouae for O ceola O'lmtr
also .' III a cauaa therein |> u.iliif. b..roll1 l 14. E. PBONES.r0mc0148 r .
ITEMS OF INTEREST CLIPPED Word baa been received .that Mr. Snow ,ud". K. Bryan, eo-partn' doing( busi'I : :
Bnow A 1'ryan. are e '"Pj"ln"ntf sod __(. .. '
FROM THE ST., CLOUD TRIBUNE Leans\ of Moline, Ilk, is soon to'JJn fleas Freddie aa Pldxeon and lli.ft:
-. .j tAn building. Je intends .alvus and K P Hauwin. 1li sn.., undersigned Han on.. .MMterli his ..: .,i>
wantscabe" : supplied economically I aro
1 your' jrt town and his farm.jiear lancer' ...1II.ell at publiC out<'r, to the UlphCBt L. WINN .
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and has .W-
and Daniel of
quickly from my yards warehouses Proper,' who # .good and bent Wilder for caali.. at the dour th" .
on the building .necessities I Ii.t service= aa night watchman and deguty Tower. Lake. Court JIoiiiu-4lle city .ot KIIHhnme.Id,
\ ; county and auto, during thohoiir. of t"gftl..18! PH.YSIC.IiN':
'Y below s Mr. J. E. 'presldeoi oj the Chi-
--- = .town marshal.. has tendered: hi., resignation pn Monday the Jnd day of October A. V. .
------- cago Varnish his land : -ale iat *he prop -
Works,'is having the Ioilowingiieerilled I
futureto t" piONIl
and will devote his time, ert/of lalil ro rtuident aliuatw in thy aid ItEsinaNca 33Ovpzcs
: .- Lime Atlas Portland Cement. the making of street signs and other near town put in excellent shape for, county of OKCGOIU| aud stats. of Florida wit: Press IIi': .

. JEJLK'SPaving:; '-. work of a similar nature. planting' a grove'this winter* of Ui'ijlnninn the north:e one al corner iiinvlnxt, of and the winlh*>rtT;>. :1.q' ;:K. : ...

Brick Store. He I. also getting ready to ter of he .ou h wet quarter of aoctlnn nfueulowimhlp G. THOMASON : ,
thirty aoulli) raliK thlrty.lhrue} enajninwiwtthrm TJi
Fire Brick The Star Theater packed to the build a bungalow. hundred ,'.r"1 i. thenc )* .'
was .
... th r... Buwlr"d
fine..KISSIMM ai-Tcnty >'ardB thine .
here Is .
Press Brick doors:\ last night whet "Strings and Everything progressing, "1I.d .flb'nco north .serciuty janlilo. tin' placeof PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
Common Brick"Cravenette" "' "..\ClolIllIlI'A i I.
I Springs" and)Irish Justice, two farce Iu iot,, oii. to three ami four of b'ockfourol
Fire Brick [[ PARK It ion to. the) t'"''u of
Impervious Add
comedies wfjlt the Lane- Koblnwinx
produced by
"- t I KI..I.ntllco.II.1. tuirillitr. wltli I all I I !bull I.I llii(!' Office, Phones 74 and 3.., Residence! i
k' FULLER'S' Baker .prfnpany of )local talent. The Hlinnle thereon! or i Ii. ....y wise oiii'clt'l. tin'i(-

,i. Peninsular Brand Roofing large audience was well pleased, as was Items of Interest From Our Busy with, with all au end,.l npimrlc-imm singular ul..- iciipmiMifliervtlllamintH thireinitol . T"K. B. D. WIENENGA!;

". Metal. Shingles, Slate Roofing, Tile Roofing attested by mi* *h applause. l>doiiKiiiR. i or upiri.lniii. iud ,"M'rr rig iii, ,
Neighbor Across the Lake. title i. or li.tereat. Jewel or "'q\,' of Iho "HiFrwl.lio VETERINARIAN
CHEROKEEBOON her hu.bllnd
PldKe<>n mi jt "- Plaster Otto Ploetz of Alma Kans. J ol. In cud I. !?. .10". STOCK TREATED FOR '
Cement came Mr. J. MePhatter was over here 'ri- U. F. KMam, AJ.lrIIREASES' .

+ I Wood Fiber Placer Tuesday and is here looking over the local day showing: a prospective buyes. the 3it) ::; Master ill Ch.ul'l.r.
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: Terra Cotta Drain Pipe conditions. He says St. Cloud is Park. - I'hotv 182 ORLANDO,

% ; Terra Cotta Sewer Pipe truly a Wonder City for ita..age. lIe Mrs. J. S. Dement went to Jacksonville Notice of Citation. F&1.4.

In the Matter of .the E'IA: |eo (' .*. CilnnulnnH. .,
-1 Granite Curbing has been in Kissimmee for a month, Friday. .
))", Nail, Etc., Etc. has sent for his wife, intending to make Miss Emily Fairbanks went over to be1r 'harSh Cummmni tiA. tummliiif"of/Alli I .e<,>(Ohio : ,JniooCunimil. Ohio:' : Del: .

his home in this section of Florida, and Kissimmee Saturday. I .ga, of Maralmll/Ohlu: MarvMllllilii"I of DENTIST

; at expense for will enter agricultural pursuits.The Crpt. L. Seaman and family were in Kord, Virifinla j : lirfnie' frunin. of i L tui. CiuioFred .
Telephone or telegraph my prices K Flail of;; Hartford. Mlililttiin. . and all '

and particulars. Long Distance I'hone 207. Kissimmee{ Saturday.Mr. other. pprxonn :Ii.iercut.I In Nail, putatuou Squires Building I
: New York Avenue
and oai I) of >ou are hi rctv < IUHl-toap
town fathert met in an adjourned C. E. Franklin and of
family pear before mi', 'lie t2ouhIty:. Jililite of ST. CLOUD FLoRW .
of the second meeting Kissimmee made 'onnty I F lorl'la ..110, nOtes In Ki."inimei->nMonda
regular visit the
session a flying to .
) the .nil laT of <>i 'Io.r. A 11.1"11." to
of August Monday morning ast. i Park last Sunday. We hope they will show'ftUAe.' if any Mill tine. \l'b u' thp pi tltiou. j5i j. .v. SIMPSON '
'H W."R. FULLER of C. F'. I' an,1 1 eiflio ci linliiiKtrator I I
The Council adopted the reconmendation tarry longer next time. of aaid enuie, (or an order in IIIko l>omKilon .'

of the committe'on ordinancesthat Mr. Myers was over here last week. of the Imrtluatti .ilmorlheil real iHlatuf DENTIST.
Office Yards and Sal..RroQIDCI1ENDI '>r tho |w' incut o' (lebtn' f hollld Dot 'be grantHtlI !
& KNIGHT'S TERMINALS- an election be called! to vote on the Mr. A. Nyman spent Saturcfey and ,t *. I'lo'k .'. of Mdornilo I i rfutxlivittloil, lotbliHk .: .
Y J!. if Asliiry ""rK HiilMliMSion. : lot *. bli"i'k Upstairs In Katz Building.
r : FOOT ot' FRANKI STREET question of negotiating a loan of not Sunday in Kissimmee H, !of KamlnlrH, Collide Hill mihiliMnlou, nnilthe

t more than $8,000( for public; improvements It is understood that the Kissimmee undivided. one-half t Interi. .III loin I'. 10 Utill.!. OFFICE- HOURS.: J 9 a.i ID. to 12 '
TAMPA FLORIDA I 1.of: bloi k :J. and I lot WJ "'... k '. "( I a-t :SeI J :30 to 5 30 I).
etc. The date of election will Valley Land Company will have some I iriba HUiilit- BulilKii WK All itt HAlt. Inlllll.l.oro Telephone No. 76 Jun 6.J I
Count'' 'Male of MorldH Alo I o (Hit
be prbclaimed by the mayor.C. ditching done on the Park muck land. ,uinllIded, : I I I j;.rd inten. .nt ;ill ,ol I. i>f the:: -
Let\ the-good work ...II'dn'I.I..n' of tlu. Mouth' Jot' I ..f uiMtlonNlowiiRtili I )-R WV. CARSON
go on. $| J i 8.. mntre-'il' I. kno o n A. 1-tlen: amiHltHHte __
j : L Key is having constructed at the It is rumored that an artist wili passover I In I the <'oil t> of OHI ,.,1.. HiiilnItuesH ,,, DENTIST
my hniul 811.1 I H<'nl "f 110<< -..11'' i ,,nirtnt I
: lake froet in l! of Massachusetts avenuea in a biplane in the near future and i KlH-linnict' Flit tll I' ,ith ,ln\ .if \1I ,lIort.

end of take sketch : 1''II Office over ('olt.'iuJ.welry Store
commodious building at the H a birdseye of the Park
k C. A. CAICSON. J. A. CRANFORD. S. L. LUl'FEK M (.i l'i l I'. I l'AII'd' I Kouiit .
v . '. 1're.ldcnt Vlce-I'roldent. S.oc'retar3O' floAting pier. which he intends to utilizeas Law me! What next But then, since I )' Jti,ILi. ,. Office Hours: S- 1">, 1 5OHite
ftI i.; F. }tRlliiis.AtLorr.
I a bath and boat house The new enterprise a move is on foot to make a dosh for \dniiui irHtor, t ..1'i / plmiulrH; .

is expected to be ready f 5r operation the moon, landscape painting in the air *..,, I Ki'toili-m, 23 .
by September 10th Several may not be impossible. Notice oflvlaster's Sale. 'o!
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IEItllYSlI1R1':, M. D. ,
KISSIMMEE LUMBER CO. boats will be available for pleasure, and CORRESPONDtNTEOWLER Notioi iiiierel) ,\' g(l\iiiihHtuiiiirfliill, ,. ] I I,>, vir, 1". I
j: tiltS III a Klnnl DM), rii. ."I II I "u" .imiln" ik-nil. it. !
(-old..lnnks and light refreshments will of BUd unilir, the -. n|1"I 'tlu, i 'iri ,m,,, l o irt M, '
be sold. I ill,' -einrth Juolll'.ul'., ir u''I .1.1(1' ( '-tI tIll I I t or :-;,xcial intention given to the ,
. PARK ila In and for l>"""',, .. Chili, I ii' hntiiir, "f>tt. treatment of Women andChildren.
tint, i III a cerium inline ,th. r,.,in, j I' n.IIIIK MII.I! ,
4 Rough and Dressed I uhtnlnXV. II Max /HIM limn, ,*, 'in i. .>in|.1.ninniilanil ' ,
N. A. Kent, who ha spent several L K. Mliixitnl I Joi.I 14,"I,'Inrkir. tin. IUapi ',
>n'Ii'life*. the 1I.I, lerxi, iiiHl* nh ',114.,..I Min .'I'r Office over Citizens Hunk.
years in Palatka, and to whom we recently Local Happenings Told PHONE 184
Interestingly ( bani' r)'. ullli-ellnt I I i lIt n' Mi rilnrnii.1 < .
refel're<)-8s the "Yankee Cracker tho legal liolin' of sale IM.Ir./ t Ilii l ourt llonsi'' 21- .Jmospdr
.,- PINE LUMBER by Our Correspondent.Mr. loor in thuCllv:: (it hl'Hlrniiii; "i i III; Mill <) e> i,I U
ir has decidd; to locate I i..I St. Cloud, bounty on )lOft.I..h.* ..*.i, 4., *ulJt.Uibir. A., A"VAN. AONKW _J w. .eaaw

as he is better pleased with conditions Ira Mauk, wife and little daugh.* D: atCiS I'll: I' IhevuhMl wheui: tttatner 1111114( oforty tlu.t' 'groWs JiinnltH't.'nnug I.ilntf:.iH :ol TANS.AGNEW & CKAWrORDATTORNEYSATLAW \.

here than anywhere else in the state. ter, Rctta from Kansas City, Kans., .HI.ven tuna anil I..uct AOJIRIO..Ieven ] o \ t

; _ _ tOOK
He has purchased the Dakota avenue aae tenting on block 9, lot 8, where hey '1", niM of Hale. (.a'.liAKTHI. .

- ,' HOUSE BILLS A SPECIALTY front of the half.block No. 139, just expect to eat pranges, under their own R I I. DfI'O.\S.)
Siqiiii M''i'''t''rin' Ctiniictty. . '
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north of the railroad, and will erect a vine and fig trees within the next few \'A1"BAnSEW.l.Clt\\'F"HII." i 1 ( Citizens. link llull.llng
Holii-llorN for lalliiuil I Cissimmee
4p fine bungalow. He will later send fQr years lI.t..dthIll11'hllIrnl AiiKuat. A I it) 1 'I 11 I 1 K 1.Hfmmeo ,1. Florida ,

his Palatka. The children the Park anxious Fla A. II
family, now in in are
,. .
., , _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ to learn if there will be a school boat, Jr. D oiiotat

,_. Vice President George; F. Smith was as the new good road to town is only in Notice Application for Tax Deed I lOON & GEIGER 1.
Under Section 574 and 575 ., \
:! in the chair at the regular meeting of the minds of the County Commissioners f4.
General Statutes of the State of ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW
1\ the Business Men's League Monday 80 far. Some of the older children are .

; LET US DO YOUR night, with M. W. Lawton as secretarypro interested in this road question, too. FloridaNnth Thnlll.1 1 Office Mate Bank Building i 1' '
'e In hi ribrucn( \ that J \\ ' .
tern There was a goodly attencf- Young Mr. Riggan and sister were pnrchBMer at Tax. < ertintnt. :No I:, ilntml i th Kissimmee. Floridar r

VULCANIZING ance, and many matters of public inter. callers at Smith Dorian Point on Friday ,lay of July. A. I>. (IV' I ha, III"'d aid, i c'rlllli\ to -A __ ,
In 101") ofncnaiul hat* nmile a|>ull 'Hllou forlaxIxIM ,
_ t. I II est were discussed and action taken on evening of last week. It was an experience I .t| to INHIK I In H< ,'ortlHiieitth,. (lnSnl \\'. F KRIBBS :
I .;: several. The industries for the folks as it
committee on young was lands lyIng uni* ht'linr in 'Iii' I'ouiit'V of

We have a first-clats plant with expert work- reported considerable progress, and the their first ride on Lake Tohopekaliga.The (>HC.,nla. Stale of 1 !I Kloriis 10.ii II Hi.p in iiirHlmk ATTORNJoY.AT.L'AWRoom t.
< T. latrleknillillon to KIN.IIIIIII"eClly
'4 men in charge. All work I guaranteed and turned committee was continued. The commit ladies are talking of competingfor runs a l"* in.1.: ft, w I I'HI' It. n II' IU I I.! ft. e 12 - Second Floor :> f
't Said lot l elnll".OO.' the of theiai.uaaice
ito : > date "
tee has several matters in its hands for prizes at the County Fair in January State Bank Building;
out within 24 hours from receipt. Price reasonable. of such certificate In the name of :Mr .
.t consider tkn. .: They exhibit not only products I. *. (H. Ramacy.anld ..... \
.may Inlcss; <.ertiflpate shall be rednomcd .0'-< -------7 -
: Full line of Tire Tubes Patches and Automobile
: *, of the soil, but fancy work and art. cording to law, lax, Hi-eil will |tHo" thereon! on POBERT (1 l1 1-- J I .
hjx Supplies. the 11 day of Heil''nU> r, A 1 P. (loll !? ,
,,. ? The Pennsylvania Association held Its Mr, Rezner Is wrestling 'with the Itneea my hand ao ,,,., It. 1.< x.\:, i\ day of '" '
: \ . 5 regular monthly! meeting and celebration weeds on his place! He nays if other me. City this J7th AKTIIUR July E. DO.M-OAN A. D I'll.! : ,

::3. Y' .: on Wednesday last in G. A. R. hall. things grow as well as weeds, the land Clerk Clreull ( ourt O ei ola Countj.: !,:\n) i. AtTORNEY LAWloilsr t ,
: San Juan Garage Co. Bj JAME< M JO1IN'T"N < : :
The St. Cloud Drum Corps furnished ia O. K. .
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I ( music throughout the meeting. Presi. We are wondering who will rival Mr. I KI I<*MMEFE, FLORIDA.1
Orlando Fla. Notice of Administrator ,
_ dent was in the chair. with Mrs Ham. Hanson in truck gardening. Everyone
. In. G>.irt of the l ountv' JII"K" itiili. ,,ilMirllnIn .. MA. .
s .c ilton as secretary, Mrs. Kenney treasurer is going: to try. re Knttite' of 1 Htliirilit, \ Htunulit I Hicenmil '-'r' <'<>'">"<.1 for T "II. TON| of WARUOWJ th.

and William P. Lynch leader of I Saturday must have beed "ParkDay" .0..1.In Iterihl.('onnfvNoliee *..ln"l. ,ti nil, holil 1, -II llay t'iriIa I 1C It. I ??,?,. Criminal uKe Court

in Kissimmee of ..oll..rn.hal\ on I lie I iMh lax, if r..N" A.
'America" the as so meny our
singing. was as .
sung D 191 I. I nhnll al'"I|'| <>' t<> Ihi, )Iloiioralik. 1,1 o I II I" ASSi-A .

.. __ opening anthem; prayer was offered by people were seen ori' its streets-Mr. I arker. for. Juilite Him of !ali Court, UK ,lu. ...Itfi. of I'rohate I A WAKLOWATTOKNKvs 7,
n- -- ------ my iliMi hinge 114 \ 1niinlMlrHl4irof
f9 ; Chaplain Lynch; sons, "Love, Joy and Rezner and wife, Mr. and Mrs. N. B. thu hutate r>t tntlurliu' A. "1 ltirti\Hiit. ,II t liten.e .. : AND: ) CU\JNSELLOS 3

r > ......................... Peace;" reading and approval of minutes I howler, Mrs. Schreiber and Miss Elsie, my flnnltriitor I I\vnlriMnt of| 'ill II,I ATIAw \ r

of the last meeting; song, "Count Miss Shields and others. ""al..I.i . for their'' H|iir.v] I alDatiMl I. rracliic, I in all (he COllr1. of the (-te' ( and of t I
; fo EMIL MACH ERNEST.MACH 1 __ _.___ June "i. A. D I II the 'nil..1' Sl"1", ale' '. 'I..t'"r*. the Florida IUU11 \- ,
; Your Blessings.: N. H r tiN .0..1 Cumm'n. ar.l II i.e,,, J Interstate. Commcr... ".
ActlHtaiadard Oil 'j .
_' .
O.p 4-oii a 111-Tin. .\liiiinluiriitir i. Cumm..n.
Scales Ice Wagons.The .11 CIIAKI. fj /1
on .
: t;. MECII: EEOS Miss Laura V. French of the ,
for .3llyr ,
Application Final
1 Tribune staff Washington, D. C., attention of the public is direct Discharge. --------------------- "

ed to the fact that it is the desire of Iin Court of the <'ounty Juilire *lati of FlorKlaOaeeola >
: F : Livery Feed and Sale Stable accompanied by her niece, Miss Mabel the Kissimmee Ice and Cold Storage I deed ('ounty In re l-ntute of Time Ji..... r

Roberts, who had been popular guests '
Company to furnish i its patrons with Notice I. hereby iriven to all whom it may con The Elite Varlor
/4 Agt. International Harvesting Co.' at the New St. Cloud for several days, the very best of service end to chargefor cern. that on the loth day of Jangar A 1>. lIZ* Realty

-' : left Thursday afternoon for Jackson- only the weight of ice sold there. .Judge 1 shall I of apply:naiii: Court to the an Hororahle Juilira of(.eo.Pntlmte; 1 Tarker. fur a I.alrKlew Cott."... So KlulmmM r. ,

ville take the steamer fore all purchasers who are in doubt as final diaclfartre( a. adminintrator. of te) CM'at, of* I MU MAil M tumiitm. M,..,., ,
:.. :iciasrass: ::: :a: .A. :a.A.: ::Tc.I: : O. : to passage on ..
Time B. d..od.l and that
to the weight of the ice are requestedto At the name tIme I J.
Suwanee for Baltimore on their return: have the driver will pruMint my final account an adminiHtrator of Not quantity, but quality and "
weighed a
same by ,
; 1.A.i..J new and first class. We render prompt and trip. They both expressed themselves pair of scales being placed on every delivery aaid Hated( estate July and 7U\auk A.for U their 1 1"11.' approval I prices Ask about them. ','

service day or l1i ht. as much surprised at the size and rapid wagon for that purpose. OSCAR: HA.SS. Sr AdminlBtratorQuardian I -- 'OR SALE- :'

: I growth of St. Cloud, and were more 34-4t R. T. BUTLER, President. 2"-1 mo-l1mo. 5 beautiful cottages; 1 2-story ,:I
P HALF BLOCK I house, fare's two streets
FROM 1 6-room .i
: than pleased with the delightful climate _ ___n. ______ . furnisl"
NoticeIn cottage 1 5-acre
s ; tract; i.,
: Kissimmee, FIn. Phone 113 : of Florida even in the rainy sea- Florida Maps. Court of I ountv' .1 Iu1n. ., stBU' of Flori.U. Inre 1'n. farm, house barn. SUacreorangt .
etuattt of I Danlil, A. Minx( ami TempiiA' .
.z grove, cattle and
\ on. :Minx uiinortt, I OKI
inila (

....................:...... Gazette Upon receipt office a of pocket 25 cents map at of the Florida Valley >oll<.o. I that a Inhircbv I. JiilU, vi yin A. Minx in ounty all I an whom Kiiaiitl", i u mnrconceru of! I Box.A U>r>. '

: _ _ _ _._ __ _ _ _ _ A large gang has been steadily at will be mailed to any address in the Iianiil A. Minx, and TenipliA, Minx minor., ..
-------b United States. We can also furnish 0 111. on Ihe'lth' ilny of l: ol.vr. A. 1) t I'll t t 51.1.1to 1)) "V
1' work for the past week laying paving the Honorable I iieo. F e\\I arker: :: CouutvJuilKi' ,\: 1. .
_ ,. of Osceola county at VI each, and in and, for KHJ| eon::1 ity I at hln t 0Hli.e I In ' :J..lotpdJNKINS
those mars
material on streets decided uponto glad to estimate on sectional mapsof .fisH Lily In aalil Coon I y'. at 1(1() or' lock a V -
be paved at this time. Marl has been any kind. an loon thereafter an the tna.ttir lan Im 1-1'1
for authority to! aril at prlxnle kali' the
H. C. STANFORD coming in daily, and it keeps the gang _ h_ ______ of mid minor* In the follou I Inv 'dicer t & WOODIIAMf
COMPANY in aid .
the The e ePtHte county to-ivlt
busy emptying cars. pavement: I
Notice of Administrator. 'I holy unill\li1efl two thirds I IntcreMt i in. lots 2and
has been laid from curb to curb on New 1. block h, and.' lota i 1. I. B and. \ In 1 iIo.k] J2of
!fn Court County Judffe"tate of Florida In ytohert{ HamcM aildltlou. Ui the dtof: t KN --
Carrlo .. C .plel. a LI.. of York avenue from Tenth street to the ro BxUte of Stella O. Wright Decrniwd, Owe.oN .Imm ... ONI'cola' aountx Florida.
_ _ railroad the marl has also been laid County Which applkatlon. will be 1.1; I upon itiepetition
; Notice I ii e to ml whom' it may formic)! iiale: now on it'I in unid Court
: . DRY GOODS NOTIONS west on Tenth street to Minnesota avenue concern that on rood.y of January; A. IIBli >. I Hated August, .tttii, A Dim I :i..h' Surveying and
I ** ," I I shall present. my annual account as Art- Jt'1.IA A \UNGiiatitlan\ .
: where it will meet 'the hard road mlulatrator of the mlale ol i' Wriithtdeceased :'6-** .

K -FURNISHINGS- soon to be laid by the county, thereby to the Honorable 't1: I.Sj. I'arker and Drafting
I JurlK.ot aald Court. .. Judge of Probate .
- completing an excellent roadway from auk for their approval An Ordinance. I -
Dated.July 8,."'. D. ItfH I
Kissimmee to the east end of St. Cloud.
SHOES A. E. DROUGHT Ordinance j
4 and CLOTHING : An Repealing Ordinance, Fntitloil'
2h-lam-6 mo..poI Admlu).trator. '
:An Ordinance AmendIng an Onhnam Entitled .
;t I 'An Ordinance I'rohlbltlnu( lh. KiminiiK I OFFICE IN FRATERNITY HALL
at I.arRe Durlni ertaln Houn of all (nttli
_ ,., .s can.b. OKad I la Inland Florida DAVENPORT Riceji Bulla, Approved! Ktober ;ith. I'II'' ) by
Guardian's Notice.In .
f andMlUtBCMAS ProhIbiting All Cattle from Running Larirat KISSIMMEE.FJ4A
,, ;. 4: t Court oCCotintr JaAfra.. fitata ofi Florida, lu Any, Tim re Ettfttv of Olivia. Ztlla Sang Mluor, o.- liE I IT OROArNI-D: liT THE COUNCIL: OF
Interestingdtems from That Thriving ceola County. TUB (PITY OF KI8HIMMBK:
'. Notice la' hereby' RlTen, to all whom it mar "Section' 1. That an ordinance entitled 'An
_ I Little concern that R. B Savage, guardian: of Oil. Ordinance Amending an Ordinance Entitled + ++++++++i:+:i.+tj.4f4CRAYSTONE i
i 1 HOUSE IN AMERICA 1 Gty. Tile zed. minor, ...lit on the rtb day An Ordinance Prohibiting the Running at ;
( of m tH"'lret: >. to the Honorable Large. During? Certain hours of All Cattle Ex-,
$ Mr. C. C. Farmer, resident managerof Oeo F. ;Parker, 1lfP1u to and for cep' Approved October( "th, laos, B.1 ProS 1l.

the Florida Development Company) .sId County bia omee hi KUalmmee City in bloltlnlr All" C.ttle from Running st lArgo .1 il ; 'L
aaid County a, 10 o'clock a, m., or aa soon Anyliuie, Appreved July: tab. .1811, be sid.
1 a bet Sunday for a ten days trip to Chicago thereafter u the matter: can be beard for authority the same ii bereb' repealed
and to aell, at public or private.aale., the following A"Dlbll In I ppeii session toll 8 day of Atigunt. :
deaorlbed real eatate. In aaidCounty I I
H. C.: STANFORD COMPANY Mr. W. J. Gibbs, from Aurora, 111., towlt: / w. B MAKINSON OfH Ul m TEM : j'
Lot CO) Fly. of Block Twenty ((90): of the South President of Council of Kluslmmce -- ., :.. 4-
,. has a big gang of workmen on his Florida Rallroad'n Addftlon to. Klwlmmee. City Attest: 2.5Q.( ,to &5OPerIday. : '
theeots 000011", KloTlrta. ., J. a OILBKRT.fSKALl "
jr 444J Kissimmee, Florida -; building near toqrn.: tt Men application will be baaed upon the pe.tltlon ..f Clerk 01 lie City Ktfslmmee: Special by week or'month.1 ir

\ . I Mr. D. Del/onIfrom; Aurora. UK, is for inch on file to ......Court* Approved. this II day' 'of Ang A D lUll.
. . Dated Anguil VJ, A. D. lull. -- H..CLAY BTAVrOKri, I. W. THORMA .'"'tit| v'\l\ 0. WITCT. '
,. her negotiating for the purchase of a 34:M K, B. SA V %. : **< t MM J i IH.I.I'M I..t. +).
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.-.. .. ......... ,. 1'".-'' '/ .r'" CHURCH HRECTORYBAPTIST. '" 'Trite aid ,Truthful 'The"RTJLL .., .

--- " Paoy.nse.I BASS UEKETBatrdmBuildingOne
'. BY OLD .
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.. The ability to bear the'trifles of,tlJ.wold I
Watch Realty Activity ,Sunday-Bunyan Stephen, pMtor. without annoyance I I. the fi l>it ; Block from Depot ;il I

In of God." '
*. step to the "Kingdom:
., Bible School 9.45 a. : "
m. v Fresh Florida J UrjITO '
; of
m./"t/. \ --- ,all kinds
Preaching 11 nu'and. : 7,15 p, ?
,B. ,Y..B..U., 6:45 p. nu All,..people desire enjoyable" condt- and. Western IfltAlu. JI' > -, .
tiona.--They!* are you. Get' >them
Communion-2d Sunday; r
Monday(after 3rd Sunday)_ ,Ut" \ I POULTRGGSFRESH, FISH ,
-, _...., _J 'II' .
4 Woman's:-MI... Union-Devo. 3pm. Thlnk'of 'one Instance where worry Special;Allenliori' to Phone'Orders and free C

;j' It U a food plan to watch 'tie realty market! carefully; keep i.! Wednesday'Worn. Mi ..(after Union-Social lit Sunday,..3to5pmThursday ). proved profitable.-- ,"or anxiety gave, relief. tJeli'lry loany-parl- of the'CityPAont; t89,1 k-

.' close touch with what U going on In improved property;), buses ., -- .' ,

.* bets,locations, vacant Mli idence and acreage...for mosey" U" Prayer meeting;7:60 9. m. You can fay farewell to failure when : - <-- <

being made every day in real estate, Visitors always welcome. the mind'will refuse to weaken under! I T. a d
j C. A. CARSON President J
The most desirable property that U for sale can be located to best I weights: of responsibility can'laugh ,, n. C, LIBYAN, SECRETARY

advantff by-concukuif at. We hare the index to the realty PRESBYTERIAN. in the face of adversity. .

situation and will bring to yon 'for your consideration the facts S. S. Snyder, pastor. --.--- The.'Wat'ers & Caro"
Next to the is'the'imbecile
Sunday School 9.45 a. m.-A. S. i rogue
regarding many piece or property that are for sale but are Nelson, superintendent. who, having gainedauthority, is too .

neverp Ucarded with "For Sale" signs. Church Service Jl a. m. and 7.30 p.m. indolent or cowardly to exert his au-<

It matters not whether you want to acquire realty as an investment Christian( Endeavor 6.30 p. m. thority in the right direction. Grocery Company

or for use as your own home or for your business;we Prayer and Bible study Thursday 7.30 ----

Lave the property and will. sell it at the very; lowest price p.m. Put away: your jealousies, your suspicion ,
Visitors most cordially invited to all *, your,.>worries, your hatred and ;z.Y z.
-r-WhoUsale and Retail '
obtainable. Dealers In-
I ...ervlcea.t self-indulgences; and your dyspepsia,
biliousness ''aching joints and nervous

J y-- t METHODIST. I ness light.will fade' as darkness before the GROCE IES' '

f I Wm. H. Funk, Ph. D., pastor. "
0 No. 426-Orange Grove and Farm.-We have 60 acres Sunday School 9:46: a. m.-Prof. R. "Behind every great enterprise there .. . .. :;t., ,, ., .. ". ......_, '.

{y . of splendid land two miles from the Kissimmee' depot, 20 M. Evans, superintendent. is a live wire-a human dynamo. His ",- . -

." acres of which Is in cultivation .including! a seven-acre Preaching services a. m., and 7:30p. name is Crank by 'those who are too we SELL WE BUY I, l and gra.pefruit grove, balance of land mostly cleated m. lazy to keep up. ,
Boys League l.30p.m.Junior yt;
ready for the plow; new nine-room house and basement; HAY
League p. m. Cheer up. What is. yet to come is HIDES 1
t... large new barn; four-Inch well 300 feet deep, close to Senior League Wed. 7:30: p. m. in the future, and always will be. GRAIN :

% house.} .This will make one of the very best homes for the Gen. prayer service Thurs. 7:30 Pvjn.I FURS .', ;

man of means that can be obtained in this section of the Holy communion ever lat Sunday. The key to lock the door against the I FERTILIZERS WOOL
to the You are cordially invited to each of false and the door to all truth is '
country, as it would require many years grow mag- open SHINGLES u
nificent grove alone. You can have all the advantages of these services. to know thyeelf.DODSON'S AND ,
excellent school and churc.hes. which can be reached by. I
good hard road. Price and terms to interested parties. ORANGE ...
Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:45: p. m.
! No. 427.-Two very desirable residence lots located Bible School 9.45a. m.-C. E. Yowell BEATS CALOMEL VEGETAs"LECRATES r -
J. H. Harris, assistantsuperintendent rr
, on splendid residence street: just the place to build a nice ; CRATE NAILS PRODUCE k

i home that will increase in value rapidly. close to church and Christian Endeavor every Sunday No Need Now to Risk Your Health I A ,

school. evening at 4.30 p. m. Taking Dangerous Drug. New .

i No. 428. Small orange and grapefruit grove consisting Prayer meeting and choir practice ev- Remedy is G araateed.Next We sell field and garden seeds of all kindc.

of 54 acres, 275 bearing trees. seven-room house good ery Thursday at 7.30 p. m. We give special attention to fitting. out hunting and camping t'

,a barn and well 298 feet deep. Located inside city limitsin time your liver gets sluggish parties. t
dull and to the
fine section, beautiful view of lake excellent breezes EPISCOPAL.Hgv. and you feel headachy RO Free delivery in City limits. Phone No. 12. t'
David D. Kissimmee Drug: Co. and get a bottleof '
Kidd rector.
for a home convenient I If wa are county'nis for good fertilUars. Ask us for circular. 0)
t. from Off the'lake delightful place the successful medicine Dodson'sLiverTone. .
- ; Services every second and fourth Sun-,. ., r
f to school and l churches, In fact you can have all advantages day at 11:00: a. m. I and prices on fertilizers. ito

[ of the city and enjoy not beg crowded. Communion 2nd' morning. : : It will start your liver, gelftly but *' v
services. firmly,-and cure an attack of constipation .
i No. 429.Large, lot on whicrj is located one seven- Guild meeting every first Tuesday.T I, or biliousness without any restric- 3
house. Large house is lighted I of habit diet. "
t room and one three-room . I tion or wit- .
with electricity has toilet and kitchen sink, small house Dodeon's Liver-Tone is a pleasant
i: liquid for poth chil- Just received a BIG SHIPMENT of the f famous
1 also has sink and toilet. We will cell this as a whole or tasting; ; '
dren and people. Its use ia not *
' separately. This property is well located, will pay 10 percent followed by grown any of the bad after.effects Burt & Packard "Korrect Shape"SHOES

, on investment if rented.. Price for both houses which sometimes follow taking calomel.

! 2000. I OUR The Kissimmee Drug: Co. will gye! = ,' = M

I back if do not findit
I you your money you
'located on a lot .
No. 430.--Four-room new bungalow TIME
a perfect substitute for calomel. FALL STYLESWe
14'Z'* x 295 feet twenty-eight orange three grapefruit and ,
one tangerine tree in bearing; lot has streets on three and I assure all customers the best of service
for Sale Lease.
New Hotel or
and the most courteous attention
sides, olenty of room for three more houses to be built on For Sale EXPERIENCEin
New Hotel, located in one of the'fastI -
lot, all of which can be rented to" good advantage.. Price the I est growing towns .in the state. This
i half ired. hotel is only 75 feet distant from the L. M. WHIDDEN & CO.
,; .$1600t) terms on . t . I rThe.
depot, located in new brick block, con- v
f'J'' 451.--The' O'Berry '"EdgewaterFarm" consisting .' ''tams 26 rooms above,with refreshment .ONLY EXCLUSIVE. SHOE STORE in Osceola County: p' .
&i. Printing Business and dining 'room on the ground floor. \" f ''h'
1, of 800 acres. of. excellent land, located on, the south, ,side ot Furniture and fixtures are all new and
, ,
'from' > Can be leased for a r rr
Lake Tohopekaliga only SO minutes run by 'launch I'up-to-date.: period
-* of five years, with. pnvilege of five
city dock. One of the very great propositions that com- years additional. Splendid opportunityfor ( "
bines splendid hammock prairie and pine lands. Two I We have every facility a first class hotel man to secure a .
business that will from the day of 'I
for turning out the pay '
miles of beautiful beach. Thirty acres' of fine bearing I very opening. A large number of traveling I rt
best class of work in the
grove, consisting of oranges and grapefruit. Several acres I men visit this place every day in the :
shortest possible time. year, and the town is fill *d with tourIsts Princess Mattress '
irrigated by a, strong flowing artesian well also several I | Let ui figure with you on during the winter months. Full .

acres irrigated by the Skinner overhead system, One of I your printing-we know particulars to interested persons. Callon A t
us early if you are interested in a t
the best flowing wells tn the county is located on this | we can satisfy )'ou. proposition of this kind and we will The Princess' Sanitary Felt is a t "
raised rGazette
where fine celery lettuce and all kinds of truck is \ -*- show you the pionerty. ""I j
H. M. BREAKER & Co.. t
in vast quantities. Price AOOOO... 34-tf Kissimmee Fla. sleep-producing mattress where you get

r Job I __ __ ._ '
432.-New bungalow consisting of four large and two Dept your moneys wciih. Made by expert .
Old newspapers for sale at this office
shed rooms on lot 147x147 feet, well 193 feet deep. .20 cents a hundred
workmen in the approved and
most .
twenty young fruit trees and young shade trees set in frontof i I -t
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lot. TJhis property is near to the lake and is a delightful - ----- durable style, in a

place to live; land is high and just the place for a nice well '
large lighted-
quiet home where you secure the breeze from the lake almost ,

continuouslY. Price $15OO terms on half if desired. Oseeola Lumber' p sanitary factory. In '

NQ. 433-We have 22 resident lots, located in four G demand in hospitals A'' '

different subdivisions which we will sell all together or
sanitariums and
separately, at price so that money can be doubled in short Company. ,

time if entire number are( taken together. We will bepleas- hotels or wherever '

ed to submit figures on the entire number on request. -DEALERS IN- $ANrr Fr LT ; oi quality,

FRUIT AND TRUCK LANDWe Rough and Dressed Lumber MATTRESSThe required.

have five and ten aere tracts in Liberty Park the Princess is made of( carefully
r.' most desirable suburban property on the market, which we WINDOWS DOORS I

are offering for your consideration- at prices that are attrac- sanitized material woven into layers of ,? l
tive. We will be p eased-to show these tracts to prospec- ,
elastic felt which will never lump pack down or .-j t';
tive purchasers at any time. Do not fail to see this property '
NOVELTY W ORKS I become> hard. It weighs 50 pounds and may be ,\,
it has the of closein
before purchasing, as advantages being '
had in plain stripe fancy or art licking, tufted or ; 1
and on the very best paved road in the county, conven- '

ient to the city, school and churches. GENERAL BUILDING MATERIAL perfection style. ." ;,4
w The most careful attention to detail b bestowed jt:
farm the 'city, facing east
Ten improved near on
acre .;1& .* Free Delivery to All Parts of City .3* .;t. on this mattress.._ Sold on rante : Try :
heavily traveled thoroughfare, and south on an avenue thatis ;; ;

paved half the length of tract. A splendid chance for it 60 nights and if not entirely satisfied your 'J

;' growing an orange and grapefruit grove and at the same dealer will refund your money.

time farm the land while trees are coming into bearing. Best $10 Mattress.Possible to Produce.

__OJI-_. II you what 8 mmitrttm M. Co. of excellence la memeeiV .ek lor The m'
L. MARSH & CbdMte SuUary Fell -- Fric 11U* ', a

H. M. BREAKER & CO. DEALERS IN PINE LINE 0. If your dealer cant supply you write'us. ; ,R

STAPLE AND FANCY Samples of ticking cheerfully sent on request ,

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1 w. l3. HARRIS, Editor/and. .Prop'r.1: C HIGH CLASS L.YCEUM"COt.iRSE OFFERED :,

t 9..J. TR1PLETT A..ocl.te'Editor.;, Bec usc'Herc.She :Does INot.Suffer / ... .*' \
{ || | | |l f || IftHIMI't'' ., "| .',." -**""' *'.''Tf""** : (" '' 'tO KISSIMMEE PEOPLE t
>UBUSHEP EVERY rRioAOffice < from That! Dreaded Disease, .... ,0 ;
in Valley 'Gazette Building.KE3S1MMEK. FLA Rheumatism.. I T '. -. The follow1ng, 'circular, l letter, which Is Js.self-explanatory'been Issued; to the::citizens of Kissfrrjrnee i !:t .

:. O8CBOLA COUNTY. .' . ...... .
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,.. .., .. ,... ..1100 We do not ractice.of publishing '
0.._9',one ".r'n" receive I for while the of 'Kissimmee ought to have a series of amusements b
Do.eopf. alx month .. .. .. ... ... 110 letter from 1Iubscribera'regarding hare thought a long that people
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r the good they derived I 'superior to those that ordinarily come-to House. Very few real good opera companies come south. .
All ..imrnnilcattone. ..._pt from our author.bad from coming to this section from Northern "eur opera .
t eorrwepondenta d wetter ,will mu.t not h*ala-nad be returned b"the writer unleaa and Western states. ,-for the reason of Jacksonville: It Is not to be wondered at, then, that' those cornpanies'ordinarily seen here; are of a very. ,

I all.deet that every mail'brings to us one of or the"more Inferior class, and hence not very uplifting] in their influence. '
I testimonials as to the merit .
eoond-clau the matter. Klailmrme." Fla..u ,- the.soil and the healthfulness to Other places have found the lyceum''course an excellent relief fA{;: this situation. The average ,. .-

-- :- .-. -::, be found in and al' U 1d Kissimmeir. but Consequently -
= = only.
lyceum company places dates for men and women and companies of the best reputations
the that follows is so replete with
Friday September 1 1911 one
., facts that we feel it our duty to give the large majority of towns and cities are now laying a great deal l of stress upon the lyceum courses. Thereteema
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y Arthur E. Donegan of Kissimmee, its During contents the to pasLsummer our thousands many of to be no reason why Kissimmee should not support an up to date lyceum course. If a few first-class

b haa announced hfmsellt an a candidate' papers published throughout the North attractions could be placed here this winter* I firmly believe that future winters would see. the course enlarged :
for state senator from the- district and West seeing, thegreat number of i
and the crowds many times. "
which includes Osceola and Orange people leaving their localities for Flori- multiplied -

counties, and the' Kissimmee Valley I da, have printed letters from persona Recently a representative. of the Alkahest Lyceum System called upon me for the purpose of establishing -
t Gazette thinks the senatorial race, so that derogatory to this state but
/. far as that district is concerned Js vir upon were investigation It was found that a course here this season. 'We looked over the situation carefully and selected a few re'al fine

tually et' t!,:,!.=_Jo'!. Myers Preen__ j, every one or those letters were writtenby attractions which we thought would meet the.demands of Kissimmee. These are not lectures but attractionsthat

The sl'cond Anniversary-Edition oft pluck men dolfars who from came Hushes here expecting or who had to will amuse instruct edify and raise the public conception of what the opera really ought to be. The five

the St.; Cloud Tribune, issued last week failed to induce our people to put their numbers we selected are THE VASSAR GIRLS which !is a high-class musical event by eight Vassar girls.
_ was not only a work of art, but was some fake advertising scheme. ,
r filled with information about the Wonder Thejetter money in that follows is from a lady This attraction is said to be .a good, clean, musical event, free from any suspicion of coarseness or cheapness -

1 City. The Tribune, which wouldbe who stands high in her home town and ," and wins the appreciation and applause of every audience on its merits. This number will open the. .
+ a credit to a city ten times the size i8 of confidence. ,
i of St. Cloud, has done much to-advance worthy every season in October and is the highest priced number of the season. The second attraction will be SONGS

the interests of this section, and this and STORIES of'the RED-MAN by ALBERT and MARTHA GALE. Mr. and Mrs. Gale are.accomplished
I latest effort demonstrates that its pubs .
Mich. 22 1tt11. '
Ushers are men of much editorial and Mr. W.Lansing B. ,Harris,(-.Editor August Kissimmee, musicians and entertainers. They have spent' thousands of dollars in acquiring,their knowledge of the Indian' .

'f mechanical-ability.---,. -- Valley Gazet e. his songs and musical instruments. They carry speoial scenery many curios instruments and dress as
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Dear Sir-1 taking this -
am opportunity
The Osceola County Fair Association to write you a few lines and if you Indians. Then comes RALPH BINGHAM with an intellectual diversion inducing pleasure and delight "

i has just organized with a capitalization can find anything in them that you provoking mirth merriment and laughter. But he has been to Kissimmee before and everybody will be glad ,
y t i of $2510most ( ). The county is one of the think would interest Northerners) in
enterprising in the state. Its Florida who are suffering. with disease, i to see and hear him again. POLLY OF THE CIRCUS a play by Margaret Mayo and arranged and recited <', !It

.. Board of County Commissioners for you are at IIb.-'y to publish in the by Mrs. William Galvin Chilton, will be the fourth number. This attraction is broad in thought and action, 1';
some time has been vending out copiesof Gazette. I have tried living in .
the KisRimmni1 Valley Gazette; as a state, and know from actual experience your it is a heart story with touches of pathos and humor, and of thrilling dramatic interests. The last feature of t}3

ii means of lulwrliHing/ county. As a what I am talking about the season will be THE DEKOVEN MALE QUARTET- climax. They have delighted: thousands of I
result the Gu/ettV is now read l ih thir- I went first to Ixmghman, Fla., IJenmlior ,
ty-four states iiivi five foreign countries UOth. !IaiO: for my heallh. I I hearers for six successful years. I

n and Onfi-nla county is livcommgn household had the rheumatism, no that the doctor These five numbers will cost us in round numbers S4OO. which is a. reduction of nearly $200' in' I J
/ phrase all over th"vountry. Ocala told< me that I would have to make a
{ r \ Banner change of climate. I went to Florida order to get the.course established in Kissimmee. In order to make this course a financial success it will be .

and spent the Winter, staying: there unlit necessary for ]1OO season tickets. to be sold in advance of the first attraction. Season tickets are $b for a' :i
We refer 'our readers loan announcement April, ]910, when I returned to f
in another column, copied'' from Michigan/ and remained till fall. I commenced single ticket and $5 for a double ticket. The admissfon to the Vas-sar Girls will be $1 1 to those who have 1

i 3 the lion.Kissimmee Arthur Valley E. Uoncgan Gazette; ,, presenting of Kis- to feel the rheumatism conning not season' tickets. The other attractions will be 50 and 75.. cents, so you can readily see the advantage of ,
on again, no I went back to ,Floridathe t
1 simmee, as a candidate for the State lust of September and there I stay the season ticket.If .

Orange Senate and from Onceola the district Counties.comprising We { ed until the third of August, ,Just passed you are interested in the establishment of-this courseof attractions'for this winter and will agree
arenot and during all that time did not feela .
t so. sure, as the Valley Gazette, that touch of rheumatism gr any other to take :a-sirgle or double season ticket please advise me in person or by mail atyour earliest convenience. 1--

: t either the .. .elght year" custom is, l>in that by agreement or usage or a while in Florida the third of this month.
tt county as large as Orange should equal I thought I would! return to my old Alkahest Lyceum System we are not held to our subscription for a ticket unless a sufficient number are secured -4

i ly sister divide,. Osceola.the honors Therefore with ,Its while smaller we home in Lansing and see how it would to justify the local management in contracting for the course. Also season tickets are paid for just ;
with and reached here
agree me, on the
are not ready to throw up our hat for fifth. The first week I was here I felt before the first number of the season and the total amount of money deposited in a local bank and drawn t

h Osceola to the announcement, we cheerfully of call Mr. attention Doneganand that very my well left, but foot the commenced next week to I noticed swell a out only as it becomes necessary to meet the expenses of. each attraction. f fA

if Orange decides to have no can- little, and at the.present time I am un- sufficient number of tickets have been sold to justify going! ahead and contracting for the course i ,
didate, or if such candidate does not
t ; nit us, we may perhaps throw up our der shoe the doctor's care and not able to put but the hundred l mark has not yet been reached. and we trust others will come forward at once and subscribe.
t my on. My foot is now constantly
t -of hat for the Osceola candidate, who is bandage All the time I Yours fpr clean, wholesome amusement. ;..
i so enterprising as to occupy the field'"soon" was in Florida J never experienced the BUNYAN ;
in the day.-Orange County. least trouble from rheumatism.

1 r Citizen. __ __ I say right here to those who are afflicted / ,
I The Kissirn'mee Valley l Gazette .tells go to Florida and get relief STEPHENS.,4.
of the arrival in that city of a new chem- from that awful disease rheumatism.
\ ical engine for the use of the fire de- Give me health in preference to all of - -. -- - ,'
partment. This is a mark of your pleasures. I can find healtn and
q I and as the Gazette properly progress tells, pleasure and enough to eat and wear in I Sabbath Desecration. \I .';.. .. v - '... :.. ,- ' ,, - .

means a reduction in the insurance ratesin Florida, and what more can one ask for \,.
that city. The matter of insurance in this world? I have been asked a good Mr. Editor-t suppose there are some ,
I 't is one that is often overlooked, when a many questions about Florida< and the people in every community who are not
man U arranging to move into a new hardest thing to make people believe is accessible through the ordinary means
s section. But few business men neglect how it can be so cool there when it is of the gospel. They don't go to church, LOTS
;t to cover their property with insurance so far south. 1 just tell them to go don't read the bible, take no religious .
and when they come to discuss premiums there and experience for themselvesthe papers, and are nearly as much shut off ", ,
A' with the agents: as it often happens lovely winter!!! and cool summers from religious impressions the heath J
.they are surprised atyj Just as likely Well, Mr. Editor, I think I have written en. The newspapers furnish their only\. r . have been surveyed, and Streets and
s, displeased, because the rates are higher quite a letter, and if you can add reading, and If the publishers of .these j I .. '' ,- l
4" Avenues laid '
than theyhad cause to suspect. Insutflcientflrs anymore to it about Florida'I will close their columns against .. out inWilliams' ,," ,
protection Is the cause of high sanction it, I miss the Valley Gazette erything papers of a religious character, j

_ t &t insurance rates, and the addition of very much, for I am a cototant reader they sometimes do, these people are ( ( ':
r, modern machinery for fighting fire and 6f it'when I am at my home in Florida: solutely unapproachable. 'V.j .f
fi the establishment of fire limits and requiring I will be back in Florida this fall to Fifteen years ago, when there w Sub-Division: '
t I certain rules for general protec make it my permanent home. no automobiles in Kissimmee, we

,. tion, will always result in better condi- .... Yours truly, ally had large congregations at all our
td ditions and more satisfied\ settlers. MRS. ELLEN TUFTB. churches. Now, the same 'I people- -

Times-Union. some of whom are professed Clirjstlans to V
- CAMPBELL take the Lord's Day TBT pleasure I

iJ FLORIDA BAPTISTS -,' ride!!. They: go dashing along/ the streets Vf
', and rush by the churches as if they were
places of pollution, "hurrvmg to visit I f
Items from (
h Interesting Kissimmee's
i, .. i friends (and keep them from going to WHITTIER ,
'; Dedicate. New Building at Florida .
y, Hustling"Suburb. I church) off into the country anywhereto

;,., Baptist Orphanage. avoid attending the worship of Jod.
w Mr. and Mrs. Acree of Pembroke Can it be possible that these pleasure ,
1'. The Baptists of Florida will dedicate Fla., have been visiting our representa seekers expect to escape puuishtient?

t 1 y a new building at their Orphanage in tive. C. S. Acree. Pembroke is a new And can a man or woman claiming to I and are offered for sale to the I" .;.
d i ;Wi" c. Arcadia on the 7th of September: phosphate mining settlement on the l t.MyerR be a member of the church, hope for I
t a w i, The building is a two-story brick, and branch of the A. C. L. Ry. heaven while lending lus-or"* her influence -, \ public at from ,
was started four years ago, but owing C. H. Stricktond returned from Georgia ; to this desecration of the Lord's'' I. t
su'I4:$ to several unavoidable delays was only after a ten days visit. He was Day? '
t finished this month. It is a beautiful, hunting a home but returned to Camp- There is going to be a fearf 1 recovering -I I'

4 .if!j. substantial structure, commodious and bell satisfied he could not do any better by and by, and it may not be long ,Ii
to $35 Lot
Well arranged, and will afford the Home and has decided to stay with us-a very delayed. B4 warned! I $25 per
!i'' much-needed room to aCcOmmodate the sensible conclusion.Mrs. LAYMAN. I Ii II +
a "
increasing number of children being I
; J. E. Kirkpatrick has gone to .'
\cared. for in'the Home. Loughman for a few days on a canvassing Examination of .
i Pupils. ,
l& "
# ;, \,The Florida Baptist Orphanage has tour. >

"done children a splendid of the work for the orphan Rev: Bunyan Stephens of Kissimmee, will meet those pupils who are to be I'I'I ...- -- -. -. f I.}'::1
> state since its beginning the examined before the
preached to Campbellites Sunday in any subjects ,'A
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eight and the
years ago, Baptists and last his )
< regular appointment every opening of school, next Thursday morn-
'; .?< their friends
I the are to of be congratulated on fourth Sunday. ing, Sept. 7th, at 8:30: o'clock. .. Whittier will soon be in railroad connection with every part .., "'tI

Ji; : Which completion will enlarge their another facilities building for, Dr. Hyatt had the misfortune to Any pupils coming to the Kissimmee I of the United States and in a short time will become one of the \;,
puncture a tire of his auto while visit school for the first time will do well to
rft.-l: the noble work they are doing. most important towns in South Florida: therefore lots at the f'
in I
ing a patient Campbell this week. ice me about the entrance requirementsbefore
F I '. The railroads .have been asked to Better luck to you next time, doctor. the opening day. above prices are only one-tenth of what they will bring. twelvemonths ; i
grant rates to Arcadia .
t and return for
Mr. Milt Bryant and family spent R. M. EVANS, hence.
4 /'" ;. the occasion, and Superintendent J. E. part of Saturday and Sunday last Principal.Woman's '
I/liI tTrlce has arranged an all-day service Haines City visiting his brother at that - -- -- Whittiervhas a telephone line. It has good roads for auto 'ft j
i'., . on the grounds, to be conducted by leadIng pjace.,) travel at any time. Has three mails per week. Whittier. on I;
f the Way.
Baptists- state. A hobo in the shape of a house cat I the center land between St. Johns and Kissimmee' rivers, just .:
.t; There will be a barbecue dinner for "My wife reads the marriage noticescarefully
i' .J"< Ul who attend, and in every way plans was last seen Tabby on the took truck to the of truck 84 Saturday Tampa I ] every day. Wouldn't] sales a twelve miles each way. One and one-half miles from Kissim- '

; : will be made for the entertainment of and was evidently bound for at Jack- day for worlds. I mee Prairie, land of the Hunter Land Company. We have the
: all who visit the Home on this occasion. 1 and farming In FlonQa. We '
sonville. From her actions, riding the "Why not? best land for trucking have fruit
I 1, Not present only, but are all the friends Baptists and invited sympathizers to be- trucks was an every day business. "Oh about once every six: years I and vegetables all the year round. We are in the center of stock tI

are given a cordial invitation to en- - PANSY.. somebody gets married that she I raising by the best and cheapest method on earth. We have a aI

---- y m t' joy the Jay at the. Home. ..Surveying.Ernest knows."-Louisville CourterJoureal.ANNOUNCEMENTS I school roll of eighty: two grocery stores; two hotels. open the

-' - ,' : year round. Whittier is on the east boundary of Lake Marion,
Touring the Notth. J. Kern offers hid services to ,
extends westward connecting with a of lakes .
which chalfl to Kis- '
anyone wishing surveying done. He
'y' "f In the interests of the Florida Citrus has been engaged with the; Munger simmee river. Here is the hunting and fishing pkradise. Whittierhas

''k1y, Exchange, of which he is sales mane. Land Cot! slice May 15th, and has surveyed For Clerk Circuit Court.At the best marl material for good streets and hard roads ir.
: about 12,000 acres into five-acre
comprehensive the urgent nothritltlon of my friend Florida, ,
tracts and 300 I
acres town
: lots for the I harsh '
county myself
will keep October him away from Tampa until the new town of Orange Center, and throughout a o.ndt about IS.
I i iJ will finish--his present engagement In and for OBceolit county .: the routing prim Cloud ;Jenkins & Woodham's office in Kissimmee rAIb
in in St.
about or at
ten lor their
u Leaving days ago Mr. Bur about two weeks. He has >ry. I wish to thank the people
,,, ton proceeded to Mobile, from whencebe had experi- kind rapport In the p.. .nd nollclt their "up- residence In Whittier. ;
del my
in ,.. ,.
ence laying out lands for orange the fa'" If ot.d, I pledge my
moved northward to Atlanta, thence and faithful service attention to the
groves truck farms, and worked
? h. east to the Atlantic coast which .nda'rlon.1' ---
of the
> dutle. -
_ t with the {
for 18 TiK8TREItT.I
county months
t Will follow with at all I the Imoor- laying off surveyor -
nrr. 20-acre tracts for the Hunter - '
Land Co. and the Seminole Land
'.drop down from Cincinnati and points Co., of St. Cloud. He has Notice of Executor.In .
, in the middle west terminating his trip ER.B'ASS
given satisfaction
r+ .r't on the Pacific co..t.N .- always his and guarantees Court of tb. County Judge. Slate of Florid '
work. 36-lt In i'e Estate of Temple A. Minx Do'd. CrtoeOtst -
x Mr. making this tour of the .
'" .country and Canada for the purpose) ofJr'l --- Notice In thereby gIven, to all.whom it mar I
: Hntingthelmportantiparketatawbichfrulte Notice to Taxpayers.Notice concern that on the lit Ur of March, ..... D. .
1914 ahBll apply to the Honorable Oeo
:x are shipped through the Florida is hereby given that the City It....Jud e of aid Court;, M Judge of Probate,
t r 'Citrus Exchange and to get in touch. Council will meet on Tuesday evening, for a final dleohar.. as Administrator of the .
',.' ? with.the conditions at these points September 6th next, "at 7.30, for the the..JAM_me of Temple Urn.I will A. Mini precut,denea-ted my east and accounts that al t y
.. !>' 'w. L. Temple, general manager of purpose-of equalizing the. assessment as administrator of Mid ejitate, and ask for
t,, .. the exchange, I. also away, and is not roll for the year 1911. &b ', .
t t ,.wxpected to return-until about the mid J. W. Date August. lit; J., D IOU: I
; UINxgFjmo .
vI tilk of .September.; .I... 35-2t City Tax A..Islor. 0 too' II'I, ,A4 iDIIILr'\Oi"'j\ .I.._ 1 t . ".? ry, J
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Klsslmmee Yalleu Gazette i' : L. C, Sirtith and dau hte .'Miss vicinity grower* wltl" .Surveyor FH.i el1klnueturned home -- '' <.
i Jb6 Elate Smith. have returned from a two hip their oranges this season' through. IsstnIght from.a business-; trip to' DeLand. .$< > : A'

_':] ..!'TgLVPNON. NO. ft. months visit to the mountains\ of North the Winter' Haven' ,. Exchance.-Plant -' fMr. 4. -
10' Carolina ' -..:_ City Cou rier. .
, ,t /PUBLISHED.: : EVERY FRIDAY x If you have friends in the 'North you Mr. Fred Hill.'of. Ntrcootsee, was (In 1 Ing- for. E.Coronado G..Vans Beach Apew to left spend this a faom-three :; 1MB B BflPTlST G CWJICoht : ; A

J-BT-. can assist :in interesting them in'tbll the city. last Saturday attending to business week's vacation bathing) and Ashing with , .
lP'IA, section them a of our matter 'Fred graduated the. :Mr',' '
"W.Weather. El. H.A. by sending copy } W. J. Z. Can -t
magazine Edition.. pan term at Porter's. Military Academy ..Mlnc"mrnwtly; for the filth whtah. ....6 MM .
. Charleston. S.-C.. and will enter the for.all avllrcrad. sate She 8.1111.-1114.1 i a.
!TJie; W: C. T.; If. will hold iW: nextregular Florida State University. this fall to H. M. Br .ke..1i'Co. report the sale .,; -.J.,:...:- .'. .
meeting .on 'Friday afternoon. take a course: in electrical engineering. of a lot on Brack street North Kissim- OFFidKHg? ogyrnin v onvKcni ',
Reporf Sept. 8 at 330 .A full attend- me, to Mfr Prlscilla Barr who has begun BUNYAN STEPHENS
sharp Pastor, fi
.1 ance Is requested. Mrs. W. C. Gilbert,received: i i.. telegram the erection, of ft nice.bungalow w C. W. DANN. Clerk._ C. F. BRYAN Treasurer, '

on Tuesday announcing the marriage t 1 : DRACONP-d 'A.' Car:;Jn, C. J.'Woodall,.N. C. Bryan '
;' 'f: Mrs. Gus Johnson,' of ,Lakeland, and Elmer I. |Mr. J..F. Leer of ,Orlando the '
r" Following are the daily temperatures of her brother Mr.' Cape ; J. W/ Wilder; J.- M. Willson, Jr., Joe Jeffords; M!: ;
", + Mrs Tom Johnson. ;of this county, have to Miss Stella Patterson; of Miami., El- city today looking for carpenter to go J., Hicks A. S. Gilbert, J. M., Hassell!);'W.: H. Jones,
.' and precipitation as been visiting the family of Mr. George m r'l many friends in this his old to Ft Pierce, where he has a contractto d h

'r i reported by the Government Sessions this week.Klssimmee'i home county will wish him every hap-, build a packinghouse fort, S. Stratton . .

1' M "-- ........ station at Kissimmee .for. the fire department has bee'n pines and prosperity. in his new rela ORDER i91'
Lion .
week'end1n'g Aug. 31. '1911. : .
; Improved by the addition to its equipment Capt.'J. A. Simpson, the efficient and t oi
of a modern chemical engine.St. .- ,
j MAX. HIM. PAlM Augustine Record. At 7:30: Sunday night' Sept. 3rd the obliging first aaBlstuft'poetmastergen- .t. . MORNINQiisOOPiano : '
eral of returned homcTues- '"f
Rev P.,J. Bresnahan of Sanford, will Prelude .
Friday . . .: 92 76 . Mrs. H.. E. Willis and little son, Lin, i preach at the operr. house here, his subject I day night from a two, weeks' vacation and . . T and Invocation. . '' '
Saturday. . . 94 72 have to Klssimmee for a two being "Man's duty towards his which he spent among relative Doxology "
Sunday.. . . . 96 74 .03 weeks brine visit with Mr. Willis' parents- Creator. Everybody Is invited and I friends in' Kentucky. Ha reports telatlv4s: !, Hymn 34-"O Day of Rest.r.: '
Manatee River Journal. seat are freeHe will also say mass most enjoyable outing.visiting Scripture Lesson .
:. . 91 77 . .
Monday. atxthe house at I whom,he had not seen before In thirty "
Monday morning opera ;
Tuesday. . .. 90 76 . Mr. R. M. Harris, who has been 6 o'clock. r- i years, and attended a reunion of his old '. Hymn 27-"Safely Through Another Week. "; <*>

Wednesday. . 94 76 . spending the summer touring through regiment at Fa+mouth on August 19th Prayer and Announcements
77 . the North and West, returned to St. Mr. Chas.. Grose from Wauneta where the old boys fought their battles Offertory 441- "Must Jesus bear the Cross Alone" < >
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Thursday 93. St. Cloud last Saturday. Nebr., purchased from, the Nelson Realty *- over again! and. for the time, forgot the Sermon-"A Workman that Needeth Not. to be .
Co. this week five acres of land in fifty years that have intervened since Ashamed"
Miss Leo Baker, who has been the Pinedale and eight lots in Eureka Addi- the war. He is feeling much better asa Invitation 495-"N' ttleton" < >

!guest of Misses Vivian and Mildred Lee tion. He will build A home at once on result of his outing, and. took'up his ... __ .
"" for the past two weeks, left Saturdayfor one of his lots, and ii having his fiveacre duties with renewed vigor yesterday -- ,
her home at Gainesville. tract prepared to plant In.citrus morning.We EV.lNING-7:30; : '

I THE LOCAL HELD. j J JRev. Mrs. C. V. Bearden Is expected home fruits. are l in receipt of a handsome Song'Servicer' "

i today from Georgia, where she has The,.Kissimmee Concert Band Is now booklet campus views of the Univer- i, . 397-"Whiter than Snow"- 4L

been spending the past few weeks playing in the bandstand on Broadway sity of Florida. These attractive souvenir 393-"Love Divine"I, .
i visiting; friends and relatives. Tuesday and Friday evenings of each of the State University will be .378-"Lead Me avlor"Prayer'

".""'"M _..,."""" """" """" """" Dr. Thomanon/B handsome new residence week. The band boys have beenworking gladly furnished, upon request and all 1 -
hard this and the semi- Interested the of educa- -
summer in work higher
Sherouse Tuesday in on Emmett street is now nearing !
; Joe spent and the doctor and his weekly concerts they are now givingour tion In Florida should write the president Song 66O-.Jerue.lem. the Golden"Scripture'Lesson ,
: the city with friends. :$completion citizens would be hard to excell ,
.'family will move In in a few days. of the institution for a tropy.l "
even by veteran players. Excellent pictures are shown of various .
Dr. C. L. Hyatt made a professional Prayer .
I I: visit to Apopka this week. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie and four chil- Nellie- of building on the campus. The students' ,.
4 dren of Kissiinmee spent Saturday and! Misses Nettie and Hodges, rooms, the various clubs and societiesand i. Offertory 445.-"Stand.: Up for Jesus"

R. J. Cunningham dentist. office in Sunday here the guests of C. C. Giles Lake City, have been the guests of this of ,many phases of college life are Sermon-"Great Faith"Invitation"$79'Hiding
''I Fraternity Hall building. 31-tf and family.-Eustis Lake Region. their cousin, Mrs. R. G. Tiner The here depicted Brief sketches of the m Thee" "
city, for the past several Weeks., ,
work, scope tad development of the I i,
l .Oaceola High School will ope'n for the Rev. S. S. Snyder pastor of the Presbyterian former returned to her home this week University indicate that; moat gratify.Ing !, ..-. '
fall term on Monday Sept. 11th. church, has returned from his but Miss Nellie has decided' 'remain advancement is being made. The OTHER SERVICES OF THE WEEK.
vacation and there will be the regularservices here through the winter and attend plans for three new buildings are to beet I
Miss Marjorie A"ert<>n has returned in his church next.Sunday.Mr. Osceola High School. in October. Florida has a univer- Wednesday (after first Sunday))

';: )tome from a visit to Plant City. who with lion. sity of which all her citlzefci; may well Woman's Miss. Union, Social, 4-6 p. m.
Mr. Robert Waring,
Aten of Pine-
and Mrs. Isaac ,
t Lena Lord of Saco, Maine is visiting Arthur E. Donegan returned Monday feel proud.. It takes high rank among Meeting'
Miss castle, spent several days in this city the leading universities of the South, Thursday, Aayer 7:30 p. jm.
I, her aunt, Mrs. D. E. Lowell.\ i the past week visiting their nephews, from a short ,trip to Coronado Beach and its .rapid and substantial growth .
: the Messrs. C. W., J. J. and J. C. says that he met Mr. George Singleta- !, -- z
conviction that
has returned evidences the growing
. Miss Marian Sargent at that resort ar.d that he is much ALL
Griffin. ry ) WELCOME TO
1 from a visit to relatives at Avon Park. I II improved in health, which news will be the best place for the Education of Florida -

Crushed Rose Perfume the finest I Miss Lee Wilson after two weeks a source of gratification to Mr. Slngle- Florida young men la the University of
market. KisatmmeebwgCo.3ltfBlue pleasantly spent here as the guest: of I I tary's many friends in this city. .
on tins I Mildred Lee
i Misses Vivian and returned -
Ribbon ice cream, best in town. I to her hon.e at Bartow on Fri Mr. S. B. Altman and family will
Ii. :31-tf Kissimmee Drug Co. day last. start tomorrow in their handsome tour-
ing car for Coronado Beach, where Mrs. t LUMBER LATHS MOULDINGS 8HINQLB&
-4 y Kev. S. S. Snyder and family returned I Mrs. W. B. Crawford left Tuesday Mrs. Altman and Miss Bettie will remaina
home yesterday from a month's stay at I night for a short visit to her mother at month but Mr. Altman will return I; -I
her absence Miss _
11 :St.: Petersburg. Pensacola. DUring here next week to superintend the
r I Ash ton will be pleasantly located with planting of the Altman-Bickerdike truck

i' Col. P. A. Vans Agnew returned I Mrs. Cohoon. garden, which is by far the largest in
home Monday from a business trip to
Washington. I Misses Una and Willie Garner, daughters ( this section.

r J1' I of Postmaster W. N. Garner. 6f; Mr. E 'S. -Beeland, manager for the /
-, TJi*.schedule on.lhe.MldlJlnd. Ry. has Mattie: d, tbe. guests of Misses Kissimmee Telephone Co.. spent Mon-
been ('hangedb the afternoon tram now i I Hell and Lillian Harris. Wednesday day at St. Cloud looking after the work (Formerly McNair & Son) ,.'

and Thursday. pf setting poles and stringing wires for LVal-Upchurch Building, Jacksonville Florida

Mrs. H. E. Willis of Bradentown, is i Mrs. John L. Overstreet and childrenreturned ,the branch exchange to which in that his company He- Shipments made to any part or the state. Our stock Is made from the best'timber In Florida, Is well manufactured .' )

other in the visiting her parents and where they had Tuesday! been from visiting Cairo, Mrs.Ga., found is preparing the work progressing open satisfactorily city. and carefully graded, and our facilities/ for filling orders for carload Iota are exceptionally good. '

and states that he has orders already -
n Overstreet sister.. Mrs. J. F. I'oulk, for ,
4 .. Meet me at Kissimmee Drug Co. and the past three weeks. for nearly fifty phones.
and will get a drink of the best . ,
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soda wate made. 3Hf Master Frank bryan was ten years Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Williams of Whit.
old last Tuesday, and the occasion was I tier were in the city yesterday. Mr.
..' A want ad in the Valley Gazette always fittingly: celebrated with a party, attended Williams has been suffering from: a
brings results and all it costs is by a host of the future beaux dropsical affection for some time and -
five cents aline. and belles] of Kissimmee. was on his way to Hot Springs, Ark., v
Where he hopes to be benefited by the
Miss Corinne Gilbert is the guest this Attorney H.] D. Geiger returned baths and Mrs. Williams came this far
week of Miss Mattie Woodall at the home this week from a two weeks' with him to see him safely on his way.
New Eden Plantation.Mrs. outing which he spent at Waynesville,
Henderson villa and other resorts in the The Gazette Is in receipt o'f a postcard .
A. W. Winn and daughters have mountains of North Carolina. Messrs. J. J. Hall.. A. W. ,
from .
Miss. where ; I' .
Macon ,
returned home from .
/ A. lano and J' A. Anderson ;
Paynter .. ,t. ,
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they spent the. summer Mr. Will of. St. Augustine, who left here several days ago tomake I ,/ )' 1" I', '

', Judge G F. Parker and'Sheriff C. F. who has just returned with his father the round trip from Kissimmeeto ", ,[Agreeably.Surprised:!at'I. :;';l '
from trip to New York, arrived' in that j\
I' ,,' Prevatt visited the Odd,'Fellows lodge Klssimmee thin week pn a. visit-to his they Fort have Myers now by reached launch Alva; stating on the re- e.+-.. .1 ". ,, f'.:!.,.,,:, I"" , ., "" f. ,, .,.'"0'.." 'i. ..',,\'* 1'1 II),,:41lietit.;( '." ..
at St. Cloud On Tuesday. I.
grandmother Mrs. Kochenderfer.- turn trip and are all having a splendidtime. : ; .'

Mrs. R.fW. Meikleson 'and Lucile The Vallejr. Jazette is in receipt of a the Improvement ,
Downing Have l returned from a brief
card from Missr.t1rttHO 4iandy this week
Mrs. W. M. Hutson and children re-
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Coronado ,
stay at which she that with
in states in
company turned to their home in St. Augustine,
Misses Ethel Glidew..11 and Ruby Wilson -I a party of Florida people she is enjoying on Wednesday after a visit of several .

came down from Apopka for a short the sights of the National Capital.The I weeks with Mrs. M E. Kochenderfer,

visit to friends here this week. Downing Realty Co. sold this '!Mrs. Hutson's' mother. Mrs. Hutcon's
!i, stay here was shortened by her appoint- ,
We regret: to note the illness of Hon' week a ten-acre tract of land on Shin- I ment as organist of the Flagler Memorial I
has confined him to gle creek to Mr. Weimer of Chicago, I -
C. A. Carson, which Presbyterian church, beginningwith
who has the ground
his home for the past ten days. for the begun planting preparing of citrus fruits and next Sunday.A Is expression from; those '

,J If you want to interest your friends strawberries. rather novel sight greeted those at
in this section, buy a copy of our Mag- when who have visited
the depot last Saturday
+ azine Edition and mail to them. Mr: W. V. Mack of the Kissimmee
I the 10 o'clock train passed through going -
Valley Gazette paid this office a call
Co. sold this weekto : north-: that of a large tomcat seated
The Nelson Realty this afternoon. Mr. Mack is not only
Eureka Addition upon the trucks Of the baggage car. ,1 l.
W. E. Wilson a lot in practical pressman, but a contributorto '
on which.: he will build a home. the splendid paper he works for. No one knew when his catship goy : '
aboard or where he was going, but he Its'
i Ki simmea' Broadway is all right, I I was evidently on his way.

as per her photo but it shows no lobsters The lady members of the Baptist Mayor and Mrs. II. Clay Stanford returned KISSIMMEE PARK -
church will t
\ or white lights.TimesUnioh.Mr. hold their social meeting in Saturday night from a two
the Sunday school room adjoining the
weeks to Eastern cities. During
Geo. Parker leaves today to resume church on next Wednesday, Sept. 6th. trip
their absence they visited Washington
his dental studies in the University All the ladies of the church are urgedto
Baltimore and New York, and in the
of Pennsylvania at i hiladelpbia. attend and ,bring a friend.
two latter places Mr. Stanford pur-
t Mrs. H. C. Stanford and children left chased a full stock of fall and winter
Mr. Fred Worth the well known
', Wednesday to join the Kmsimmee colony butcher of Tampa, has, been in the city i dry goods tor his immense store in this '
i at Coronado Beach for a brief. outing.. i recently.
this week purchasing beef cattle from city.Ed '. ;
Mr. Conrad Bryan has returned to the our local stockmen. His daughter accompanied Roberts, manager of* the San

city after a two week's vacation spent him here and will' spend Juan Garage, at Orlando, was in the I
among friends and relatives in Georgia. some time visiting triends. city Monday in a new Flanders 20 car, ,
t ((1912 model,) with which he had! JUst J ,
Mri. Geo. W Bass has returned to Mr and Mrs. C. W. ,Dann, who have made an endurance trip from Detroit ,
c the city after a short visit to her spent the past two weeks travelling to Tampa in 107 hours, with two pas-
) daughter, Mrs. J. F. Poulk at' Cairo, through the Eastern cities, returned sengers.! The new model Flanders is a

i4 .. Ga. home Tuesday morning. While absentMr. beauty and excited much admiration . .
Dann purchased his fall and winter
. ( left trom local enthusiasts while here.
Mrs. Frqd. Macintosh Monday stock of dry goods.

V for a visit to her daughter at Geneva; I I Mr. Chas. W. Bail, representing the
lake from San- Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Dotoegan Misses. .
a small town across the in Kis-
ford. Lizzie and Adeline Donegan and Messrs. simmee this Lyceum week System and In was WE CONTINUE TO GROW
A. E. Donegan R. G. Johnston and R. )
Master Joe Bryan celebrated his seventh D. WHrtng motored over to the coast with Rev. Bunyan Stephens: canvassedthe
birthday last Mgnday with a partyto last weeK and city for the sale of season tickets.
) spent a day or so enjoying
We understand sufficient number
his numerous little friends and play- the bathing at Daytona' and Coro- a "
were disposed of to guarantee the '
mates. nado.A j I
course, which assures our people of ye
Ell Baas of Whittier was in the city I lard,. acreage should be planted to some high-class entertainment .: 1"1't.
yesterday. lie slates that lots in WIls strawberries around Kissimmee this : ,
liams' Sub-Division are going like hot season. Mr. S. B. Aultman planted Mr. Mark Munger and family, of .
j cakes. small patch of this succulent fruit last Kokomo, Ind., have arrived'Ut Kissimmee _"
season, and gives the industry his un- with their household goods and .. Ir
Mrs. L. H. Ingram and daughter returned qualified endorsement. He says while expect to make their permanent hpme .
,.' 4 Tuesday night from a month's he only had a small patch he grew the here. Mr. Munger spent some time In -
stay with relatives and friends in North finest crop he ever saw, and expects to I this city'last season and was so well]

e- Carolina. plant on.. a larger scale this season pleased with the future outlook that he Kissimmee Valley Land
.- purchased through. the agency of H.

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we now improve.

DR. R. J. CUNNINGHAM ulation Special.of attention children's; given to*he reg.I The Downing Realty Co. reports the J. E. MATTOCKS Vfce President &
teeth.. . sale this week of a house and four Iota & Manager. ..
t Gas and local anaesthetic given on Mabbette street to Mr. J. D Smithof .

r '. for the extraction'of: teeth. Jerseyville. Pa.;who came hem leu n t
. I than ten days ago. .Mr. Smith came to t
. L 1 DENTIST I I 'Examination, advice and estimates I Florida with the intention of locatingat KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA

to e, s--- cheerfully given. -: SU Andrews Bayr.but on seeing Kissimmee
.' I. . and being shown thecoortesie ,
-' .i- .0PEN..EVEN iti as'; by-Dr 'Downing decided here - ,
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L ... N0.105 judgment and wilt make a most acceptable
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FENOLE .... ". SA
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A": good barn full'?(, Shorthorn. cat- 'SHANDDOORS.r
tr It; tie and prosperity J seem to-go In : i
same class, writes J. >JD. Taylor in the I gAY! \
New England JUomesUad. Some twelve

Bed Bar. Roaches., Moths, yaw: ago Roscoe,O. Blgelow, a Maine 1 -
Ants, Mosquitoes Fleas I ,' farmer, was plodding along trying to f"i.

Flics, Spiders, and all class farm. One day be) came,to realizing

of vermin \ sense that It be was. going1 to bo & ''0...... .-... .)
Sv. farmer he was going to be a !good one.' THE WI'SEONES ..
TO KILL He made up his mind that pure bloods '
and prevent Fleas Lice and of wbatever breed were the only kindto KNOW / In order to make room for a

Mites ori Fo>yls. /To kill and keep. lie knew where be could buya Our parlor is 'the best, the'most J' large shipment of newt
I !(. '. prevent Ticks,Fleas Lice and yotfng heifer' which was a Short- up-to-date, the most complete ;
born. fie-watched that belfet grow '
Flies on Animals. and saw that *he was going' to' make Pool ParlorNo :

TO PREVENT B beautiful cow. Six months after SASH AND DOORS .
she had her first calf she/ made seven cues- ,
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j 1 ; the spread of contagious dis
''pounds of butter n week. She was uptodate is the only word that sizes /

eases. To disinfect Stables large and of excellent proportions, and us up and we'd like to have you we offer all our present stock .
;r ''k and Fowl !Houses. To insure'' Mr. Blgcfow realized that, he bad In drop in and confirm it for yourself, "
t yourself perfection of health tbe Shorthorn (he combined qualitiesof Poplar\ prices. of this ]line of goods t
a good. milker and beef _<
/ FENOLEwiilnotlnjureoretaint Mr. niitelow bus In his barn now H. E7&RYANW. '
the finest or most delicate fabrics. fifteen head of Shorthorn cattle liePhoto AT A GREAT REDUCTION
Insects destroyed With Fenole .
will not poison house pets or '

chickens. S. HARWELL for the next :30 days.
i Fenole is used with a sprayer.
Qts. 75c., i gal. $1.35, gal. 250. ESTATE'Notarv ,
v S"prayersfIe./ REAL .
*, ; :e Not the Cheapest but the BEST Public at Large I

I t Olice over Uoberson's Pharmacy '
Manufactured only by
I ., -
- I S. L. LUPFER, Manager .
by American Trees Association OF FLORIDA i
i KtssimmceW. l
i f' I I Offers in Agriculture: A 4-year course;{ \;

1 t I a 2-year course; a 1-year course; a 4-I
The value of Shorthorns a. milk
-- producers continue tt> be a much month course; a 4-week Farmer's ----, /
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dlpcusflpd queatlon Some dairymenpin course; 14 corresponcenee courses. A
LI C-l BASS I their faith to the breed, while !
the general opinion- leans toward course for every needl You have education -
cows npeclally bred for milk production enough to enter one of these
Wholesale EACH
41 +V ancj Retail notably Holsteins Jerseys, courses. Find out which'one by writingto MAGAZINE EDITION 25 CENTS
Uuernaeys, Ayrshire and Alder- .
,r' Dealer I\-\ ,
ney. The fln. Shorthorn bull herewith .J, J. VKHNON, t
S shown la of the beef t>pe. College of Agriculture,
i Fresh Beef Pork and the He Im Duke VlllaKe of Diamond Portland owned and wa by Tuition Free Gainesville/ Florida. We still have a few copies of the Special Magazine Edition of the Valley Ga/ette, so you had better get in

iL champion at tfcfe Leeds show I r 35 2t pd lour order now before they are all gone. Finest souvenir of Florida Osceola County and KIssimmee
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has t\V -yoke of oxen. One yoke Is ...
two.years old, girts nix feet ken lushes
'l- ; and weighs 3,(NK) pounds [The other
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: r. - - yoke of three.ji-ar olds guts even feet ON SALE
;; 'l I.t two Inches and weighs 3.20O Ioundlt.| l FLORIDA
v He has u hull thirteen m01l1 s old that I :
girts HX! fret sod one Inch.] The sire
t '-1 ellne Butler was Mister Lad wbo at 011* time sold
I1 hp ,
; for $1OOO, and when he I was four '
yearn old be welghm' 2.. xl) pounds
The Sale of Florida Land is
and girted eight feet *: ttr. Bigelow Big Now Going on
has a heifer twelve and II I ijnlf monthsold
Ij i
that girts five feet three I n<'b.1I.

.s I lie has n ojeur-old hel er that as With Great Rapidity ....
1 Cold'' Drinks I IKhsimmee it.I[Jj2ars a yearling won the state chaiuplun- .
I ship ut the Maine fairs and a coW
sl ; with cult that won toe xfnte

FlaP plousblp In brooding: Mr.- Bigelow alms coam-I If you w'ant large acreage, you want, to see us. We have, it by the millions.w. .

r s. that the animal has gjocl length, % ___ .__rx, -._ __
joints and carries tbe bead well above j ., ,' J N. ** '
the I level of tbe body. lie wants them -

J, W. THOMPSON and wide fairly between fine the at eyes the muzzle beads,'short back I BELOW IS A FEW ,OF THE LARGE TRACTS WE AREA FERING FROM OUR BARGAIN COUNTER ,.,;

level,-barrel round, with full body and .
tall 'not Met too.high 1 19,919 acres in Manatee County, 50 'per cent of this tract 15,00 acres in DeSoto 'Countyt southwest of Arcadia;
FUNERAL DIRECTOR. In discussing the matter of raising
.r _. timbered. Flowing wells can be obtained anywhere on the land, Price $5.50 p are. .
cattle Mr. Bigelow "Ot course Vl''
'I" ,(lad SB] I[ have been successful.says;There1s. DO there being two flowing! wells atr present on the property.. Price .. .., t. ., .: .

1wi I' [LICENSED EMBALMER i reason why I shouldn't bare been. 'I $3.,t; per "acre. 10,000 acres in umter County, near town of Leesburg: a
have worked for This work did _
It. - rapidly growing winter-. d :summer resort, on\ railroad lands
not all consist of cliooBlng good cattle,
i nr: :Opposite Courthouse ; but largely' In curing fur them I have 6.250 acres near the city of Lakeland, in a solid body. on adapted to growing of citrus fruits and gardening products

J wined a good deal l hJ' mixing my own I the railroad This is good heavy, rich land, well adapted to the Lease on all except 2.OOO acres of this tract This ib an ex, ./
grain especially corn roru
growing of the highest grade of gardening products. Flowing cellent bargain. Price $3.75 per acre.
'" toon a great deal! better than what r :
could nave bought 1 haw gruuud It wells can be obtained, Price $10 per acre

.with the cob and 'fed It to them us a I' 18.000 acres in Saint Johns County, practically solid body

.; 1 8 regular, giving; ration them when about not sit out quart to pasture a- I 14,000 acres in practically a solid body on the F. E. C. within eight miles east of Hastings, three miles\ from F. E, C.

day The cob has bud n tendency to Rwy.. all free of leases with some good virgin timber muck and Rwy., bordering inland waterway: 7.500 acres now free of

i I .-' .- -- _. tOile up the stomach and art us a regulator I' prairie land. Price $.00 per acre. leases, balance 3,000 acres annually beginning Jan T st 1912. .
REAL ESTATE for the rent of the feed" I ,
....................... Until all is deliver. Price $6.00 per acre.

6Y \\ !I INSURANCE Manicuring the Bull. I South of the above tract 19,000 acres, in practically a solid

The feet of a bull demand more or body. free of leases about the same class of land as the above, 22,000 acres in Saint Johns County, parctically a solid

i 5'' Examination of Titles aSpecialty. less attention especially It he Is rather J but better timber. Price $9.00 per acre. I body, 12 miles southeast of Hastings the famous potato section /
closely confined and getting a liberal I
h, supply of grain. The feet should be ---J-- __ -on the F. E. C. Rwy.,-also on the inland waterway;' 8BOO

. ;1"t'4. .* trimmed so Unit the animal always has 36,000 acres on F. E. C. Rwy., in practically a sOid-! body, I acres free of leases balance delivered in tracts of 4,400 acres

;;: Corresoondence Solicited. the proper use of them Some bulls free of leases. About.30 to 40 per cent of this tract is virgin i annually begindingOct. 9th, 1911. until all is delivered Price
i are as easily handled as a gpntle horse,
and their feet can be trimmed without timber. the"balance good muck and prairie lands. Price $6.00 per acre.

I!J;' . the slightest difficulty However this per acre. '+ $8.00'I I,

r' flORIDA'REAL' [ ESTATE fOR SALE Is rather the exception than the rule. -' ,:-f' I 21,000 acres in Wakulla County practically solid body : on
; The most satisfactory way Is to put I
j'"' ', the animal In stocks! aud raise it pff 50.000 acres in Hamilton County, fairly; well together, th .railroaq, 25 miles south of Quincy, the famous tobacco town

;, , Beautiful winter home sites situated Its feet. Then by stropping the foot 2"8.000 acres: "free of leases now, 15,000.acres to be delivered .,.I 6,840 acres free: of timber 3,000 acres more to be delivered
In the Lake Reglon'oj Florida. '
to be trimmed solid beam tbat '
to so lands. well to general each year, beginning Jan. 1st, 1912, until entire tract
: Trucking and Farming Lands in large the Hole will be faclug upward the Jan. 1st, 1912. These are good adapted I is delivered -

i ,4 .or small'tracts. operation can be executed with pincers agricultural purposes such ,as cotton, corn, cane and potatoes. This tract Is adapted to general agricultural purposes:
II ;. CITY PROPERTY A SPECIALTY aud chisel lu a few minutes. Care The tract as a whole at $4.75 per acre, or will sell in tracts of '' Price $3 75 per acre. .
should be taken to "old cutting too
F, I ,\
i:. 1, ,f List your property with me for quick deep or Into the sensitive part of the I from 5.00O acres up at $5.00 per acre. 'I', '

.4. 'v *,i salts. foot, as this would be very likely to 84.OOO acres virgin pine, will cut 1 17O rrulJ.iQn feet. Soil ,f
I cause bleeding and lameness.-Profes'- I 07OOO acres in Lee County, remote from transportation, I number one for all farm and fruit purposes. Adjoining lands

?{, ';,; f 4 H. M. Breaker & Co. !sor F.i C. Mlnkler.____New___Jersey. 'some good cypress, muck and prairie lands. Price $3.00 per I being colonized at $40 per acre rail and water transportation. "

.JJ"", d/ Box 178 KISSi.MMKE. FLA. Treatment For Lice on Pig. > acre in fee simple Price for entire tract $6.5O per acre, 1.4 cash, balance 1 I. 2 and
"" Pigs on grass are usually! quite tree I 3 years. .
oa r' '---..----- .-- --. -_ from diseases and parasites. However 84.OOO acres in Palm Beach County;; 12 miles from the F. 9

,: tt; J::... McCALLISTER we always have to look out for E. C. Rwy., of virgin' pine timbered lands. in a solid body, border- -- -
a lice/ Whenever any lice are seen pen 65,000 acres, all virgin, will cut 150 million feet
I Okeechobee the east estimated 250 million feet pine and
Lake ,
.if.. :K:1ssinu' : : : the pigs up In a small yard at the cor- ing on on I
:t.,' f 7e11 Driller ', ner of the pen and daub crude oil on of pine, 300 crops of turpentine timber, and 40 million feet of I 8 .million feet of cypress. Good soil, adapted to citrus fruits and I

I I then with a broom. A splash on the cypress. Price $'l.00 per acre. trucking. Price $6.50 per acre, 1-3 cash, balance one and two (
++ Is prepared to drill face: one down the back and a coupleon years. .
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each side are all that are required.
e \ 21.700 of virgin timbered lands in Polk County,
ARTESIAN WELLS I Then tbe pigs, which are crowded acres pine f j
, ; I closely, by squirming and wriggling 'in a solid body near railroad, estimated to cut 45 million feet of i 2.OOO acres cypress and phosphate will cut I 10 million feet I 1
,'oiC.f.f.:' 1 l in any' section of among the others smear themselves pine, 65 crops of turpentine boxes and 15 million feet of cy I ot cypress, also vast quantities of hard wood, entire tract under- ;I
< quite thoroughly. One man can applythe
-. '.r> ; ol(! very quickly and effectivelywith press. Price $'Z'.OO per acre in fee simple.! | laid with phosphate. A great bargain at $ O.OOO 'f"
Ten years ot successful Well a broom. '/'

iIi.4.t. .', Drilling Ability-is a product Guarantee! the of best my We have orange grove,' truck lands, city property'-anything from a $100 lot to a 107000 acre tract. Tell us your requirement .

,I ., results. Weaning the Lambs.! and we will fill them at prices that are attractive.. I
W N The ewe lambs that are to be kept . .
r. ;( "- for breeders should weaned' at about .-. .-- '" ;,
f TWO AND FOUR INCH four monthd old. Put the ewe oar
'::;rih.' .;>\ 'WELLS A SPECIALTY short milk. dry Watch feed tbe for a udders few day as. It to maybe stop. B 'RE- ERKISSIMMEE & <;'

,wr; ;M'; .....":- necessary: to draw some milk from H. M., AK COMPANY :

:. -, .' p 0 Box 344 tbe heavy milkers. Grain the ewes .' Ii
''" lightly as soon as they. are dry. Some : Over Osceola. ,Pharmacy FL Q R I 'D A.

.. w?Kiesi'r\\ mess.Florida grain from, now on is necessary andy .
I ) I. wit well in the next crop of lamb: yt .

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,:t - BEGIN* 'EARLY' .Best ,Exhibit .at life Orange 1 B PIS" "!BPS 1" ,
to Lave rnuney\ to buy' a County.Fair. : "
of mother .earth, and let 'us :. . ---

help you.' We can put you Into The biggest Advertisement that/Or-' .

,Immediate possession of. a" 1) fenge county ever bad was the Orange" BEST AlNlSO D READY FOR USE I
a county fail'held; laat February/at a ,
Farm .r
time when thousands of tourists and ,. H-.
'' ,or any other'kind of REAL; investors and horaeseekers were hare.

1 ESTATE desired., We have The citizens of Osceola have probably
K listed builded wiser than they knew '
many choice properties when their far '
they organized association '+
on' our books, amongst the a few days ago. The best exhibit Your b .. -. ,
;:; i number will tie just the place .? at the Orange county; fair was the Buy Paint by. '+ I j ,
.:: j fruit exhibit of the Florida Citrus Exchange BEFORE:
'you want, .and just the price
feel like ; from Qrange county. This was YEARS ANDSQUARE ,, .I ,. .. :, \ ,
you paying' admired by thousands of peopht.rwas \ '
a aaBAir. made attractive by washing and YARDS INVESTING t. I.
brushing\ and fine and the
packing .
City. Home and Farm Combined ..
inquiry was why don'tyou; ship
such looking fruit north to us?" -Not Gallons R A I N' T INVESTIGATE I
We have a desirable 25j acre farm adjoining the city. The little packing'house in the grove, m

limits of Kissimmee; can drive right off from a hard marl road and rude affairs without cleaning ,or 'i'r
onto the farm. About 17 acres of land cultivation, fenced washing device are obsolete. Fruit !J
dealers as Well as the consumer want d
and cross fenced; 6 acres of pasture land never been ploughed nothing but the best afJ.and in a sanItary a
; more than 200 bearing orange trees and some fine Japanese condition. Our Winter Park R' 0 S".s GRAVESPHONE

persimmons; all kinds of ornamental shrubbery about house not only offers all the latest ,
modem facilities but the
the house and eucellent shade; 6 roomed frame house with the benefit of its, excellent gives brands grower and 60-

large porch ahsng the front and one side; 3 roomed servant prices in all markets. The undersigned

house: horsebarn, cowbarn, chicken yards etc. This splendid will call on the growers of Kissim- h

property can be bought tor $425O.: Owned by a widow lady mee and vicinity shortly and go into ,
the matter in detail, or drop us a card. .
in Pennsylvania. An ideal home where one can enjoy the
freedom of country life-and still have city advantages. L. D. Jones Manager. What the $idpeyg Do
Fine little colonization property, 290 acres comparatively 34tf II. Bourne, Manager.Attention . ,
level land, rich gray ash soil splendid chocolate sub-soil. I

This is cut over land and not hard to put into cultivation; fine Their Unceasing Work: Keeps UI Strong Ideal Fertilizers
for trucking and orange grove; good drainage.; Less than one and Healthy. I

mile from the city limits of Kissimmee and one Quarter of a All the blood in the body passes a

mile from another railway station. Fine large orange grove We taYe( {nfs' method of inviting I through the kidneys once every three Best

on'adjoining land. Owned by a non-resident who says sell. everybody, and especially Osceola coun- minutes. The kidneys filter the blood. i

Same man owns 22 acre tract of land 5i miles from the city ty land buyers, to come to Whittier. They work night and day. When '
the 29th of Sep-
Osceola day
limits. This is excellent hammock land with about 7 acres in tember, county 1911, to on a basket picnic, con- healthy they remove about 500 !grains of To gain a place on our regular list a formula must not only produce f

orange grove. most of which is in bearing Crop of fruit readyr ducted by the ladies. There will also impure matter daily when unhealthy considers results the, but effect results his with a PROFIT.the REAL The user *of fertilizer" it
on result.
pocketbook- +
within the next 60 days. 6 roomed house with be beef and mutton barbecued
for harvest pork
some part of this impure matter is left IDEAL FERTILIZER produces the right effect, for )t works
r 2 large porches, stables 3 three flowing wells; over 6 foot In' plenty able for .ok.all who Come, conductedby in the blood. This brings on many diseases I with Nature. The ,.preference of each claaa of vegetation for its

'I lake front: beautiful view of the city. Can add 45 acres of There our will c be a sale of Whittier, town : and symptoms-'pain in the back, source of plant food is carefully studied as well as.the proper proportions y''

}'f fine hammock land and 20 acres of fine land to same prop- lots on the above mentioned date conducted I headache nervousness, hot, dry skin, With to give perfect application balance-no of lack no waste.
proper proper food vegetation outgrows
osition. ., land by Elmer agent.K. Those Bass, our interested irrepressible in- rheumatism, gout, gravel, disorders of \diseases and insets to a great extent, and being strong;and vigorous, .. r,
the eyesight .and hearing, dizziness, irregular produces fruit that is pleasing; to the eye and palate, and bring
We can sell you some beautiful 5 acre farms in Pine Dale Osceola county \land will gain to come financial returns to the '

just outside the city limits: high land well adapted to citrus and buy lois; and we especially, earn-the heart, debility, drowsiness, Do not lose the pleasing maximum.
fruits: fine for poultry business: beautiful view of the city and estly Kissimmee, kindly Brass and Band cordially to come invite and dropsy, deposits in the urine, etc. But plant food from Improper sources. IDEAL, stands for PROFIT.Call .

lake with school and church privileges. These unimproved 5 favor us with some -of their delightful, if you keep the filters right you will on our local agent

acre farms selling from $250 to $575 per farm time on half music, and we will endeavor to show have no trouble with your kidneys. WATERS & CARSON GROCERY
them the time of their liVes. We also Mrs. JI) L. Beaman, Lake street, Kis- CO. ,
jf desired '
invite the candidates of Osceola county simmeo Fla., says: "I have taken or address'

l 3'- We can sell you some fine 2 acre farms just outside the who have or are going to announce, to Doan,Kidney Pills and have found :
and address the voters and hand- !
city limits or large lots in the Eureka edition, 33 feet wide, come shake:: a few times. We will look for them very beneficial. I obtained this Wilson & ToomerFertilizer- Co.J Ftritil.-"L

or in the Rose edition 129 feet wide. you. Come candidates I We also ex- remedy when suffering from kidney and'I

tend a cordial invitation to the old St. bladder trouble and it brought me so ..
Come and see us and let us fix you out with an excellent Cloud veterans to come and b8 With us '
feel in
. much relief that I justified recommending -
proposition for a splendid home. on that day; and we especially invite
of Os- it. I know that Doan'8KIdney
the editors of the three papers
ceola county to come, and come earlyIn Pills can always be relied upon." ." 4.

the day as they can gather items For sale by all dealers. ]Price 50 cts. i

Nelson Realty Company .' enough time. to run all three papers for some. Foster-Milburn Cp., Buffalo N. Y., sole The

OVEn CITIZENS BANK KISSIMMEE FLORIDA Theft will be refreshments of all agents for the United States.
kinds and various amusements to entertain Remember the name-Doan's-and SURPRISE
. Call and,see my line:
the people, conducted by John I take no other. I
H. Baisden. II SPRING
__ n._ ...... Come one, come all and don't mistake I II DRY GOODS GINGHAMS ,
the date, Sept. 29, 1911. I '

TO i JOHN II. BAISDEN Committee., The Home Bakery Man I EMBROIDERIES. i A y

-- Takes this opportunity to thank I MRS. E. L. PEARCE LACKS, ETC. ",

Notice for Bids. the good people of this city for I .

ST. AUGUSTINE Sealed bids for remodelling the jail their liberal patronage and would I '1 9sf

and pntting in necessary. cells will be also take this means to say that i| Beamati 'Building. f
II f
received by the Board of County Commissioners ?d'T
MONDAY SEPT. 4TH at their meeting;, Sept. 2. our limited facilities for making I
The Commissioners reserve the right to goods will prevent (for awhile) our : ,
-VIA_ reject any and, all bids.\ Plans and general Delivery to all parts*of the

.specifications-on file with Ludlam & city. Quality and variety will be :

ATLANTIC: COAST LINE Fla.34-3t MacDonough ARTHUR,. architects.E. DONEGAN., Kissimmee Clerk.+ .'. HOT maintained ROLLS and always.BISCUITS,Our nice --- . N'. -. Fe- B.A, ,.S"'- 3'I II ."

the Kissimmee Library.The Also HOT BREAD

KATE FROM: KISSIMMEE $2.25 KisBimmee Library offers to Its will be ready mornings and afternoons I I 1 CONTRACTOR and BUILDER q

: subscribers a list of over four hundred and a nice variety of PIES i
Special Train will leave Kissimmee at 1:39: P. .31. books by the best authors, any or all of and CAKE-- Parties and Weddinga I.
which you have the privilege of reading specialty. Does General Contracting and Building and Furnishes Esti'a

for only $2, which secures a single I'' mates on Structures of an size or Dimensions, whether

Tickets on Sale Sept. 4th, Final Limit Sept. 6th. membership, or $5 for a family membership A. SMITH IJ it be a Two-Room Cottage or a Tourist HoteL
Cunt. Trench. the librarian: -- .
will issue you a membership card for I '
For information cull on or write to the above amount. Library in State a
a bank building. 8-tf I I, which he has met with the greatest success
W C. GILBERT. Ticket Agent
. or '
of any man in Florida.
Y. R. BEAZLEY. T P. A. J. G. KIRKLAND, I). P. A. I I -
Notice to Taxpayers.Notice to B. Dickerson for anythingyou

TAMPA. FLA. is hereby given that the City want in the following I Give him your work done.Kissimmee Fla.. '
Council will meet on Tuesday evening Lime 5 bbls. time 1.10 less 1.15 will be well and quickly ,

September 6th next, at 7.30, for the special prices on car load Dev. i
of the tax as- 95C. Cement bbls 250, sacks 65c.
purpose equalizing: city
N. Saunders
George Pateht 1450 ton.I I
sessment roll for the year 1911. per
J. W. PRENTIS, Laths 4.00 per 1000. Cypress I ----- -- -- -- ---- ti "k
L BOAT 35-2t City Tax Assessor shingles 3.75 per 1000. No. 1 hart ........................................................annnaaaao ,
BUILDER 5.00 1000; plastering hair 50c bush; I
i Partly Praparad. fire brick 450 per 100 less 5c each; .i WHAT IT MEANS r, ".

I Agent for "FERRO" Engines "Did you succeed in getting that cemt Building-brick block 11.00. aide 1000.walk tile, drain "i Many people do not know what a Bank'. Capital l.for or the dlffr_bei':' L ,/t.
manager to engage you?" pockets foundation block and other I : tween* bank of little or capital and one with large capital. Ji .
TN( EN.avTNaT Ma9 l.ED NMWa. FLORIDA "Yes.' lie Is going to let me play the thing too numerous to mention.before buyingB. It will. i A T1ANK' CAPITAL AND SURPLUS !/. '( '.
pay you to a-et my pricea
part of a walking gentleman." : In tba fond that protects tbadaponltora from lea. therefore the tartar It Is tbs t
DICKERSON, Cintrictor and Itllder.M. : greater protection the depoilton haTe This bank hat a .
"Well, you can walk all right. !o : Capital of - .... ... ............ ,OOOOO :t "I
you'll merely have. to learn the other : i HurpluR food of .. . ... .. .. .... yf,.ooo OO
ROLLINS COLLEGE, Winter ParkOLDEST part."-Judge.Large .- .- .- .- Stoekhulden'liability ".. '.. .. ..'.... 60.0OOOO I
r,. {
COLLEGE AND MOST BEAUTIFUL CAMPUS IN FLORIDA desk-blotters tor sale at this MIL x. sleraBaadtMaj k A total of---------------------------- 25,000 00 I. .f'"
I Thla means that we must lose 12.,000.00 before. our depositors oouJ4 lose i
College: -Academy, Music Expression, Fine Art. Do- office for 10 cents.Sprigg TILLER : : oeol. Tbll "rolooUoo I. for YOU. a .... '" '-r
mestic and Industrial Arts, Business. Normal Course '
Twelve ulMInto., four dormatorlim, nr| 'l\e ronmn, Hlivm heat, electric' Hghlx, Real Estate Agency. .
protection, fine )mnaMnm. no malaria, qnartor intllfon dollar endowment : --0.K'.IM" s u
Four teachers of mirnlrj I anal)organ,n .doEin two glee club*.chnrtK elate FlemingCLEANING : "' .:"" PL.C>>...IOA.. i S'',
SuDtrli, new roomx for Hii' lim.a .h.N.I-1'"II! l: I banking egnipmuutBurroughN ailiMng' aaaaafaaaa..aa.a5Naaa aaasNaa.Realty "
machine, type. writer, two luMrucltifs next: y'ar. I : C A. CARSOV JOHN H LRSVicePrwiident: N. .. CARSON =
New liemlral .n.ll.hy.I..1 lalmrntorli. i>
of"oil. fprtlhstirfl, foods, water; ircimration for trnKlncerliig conraeaLnkr I ..... ............................._.. :; 't
*. boating lUlinmliiK, golf ti'nnl. foot ball, bnaket ball; four competitive Houses rented. a w .. ... .......--.... .....
yearx' Immplona of Htnlc In ban l ball\ PRESSING Taxes paid and Titles verified I .
Christian but unilt'tiotnlnnllontil: : expenses moderate M holarhlm|?available. t -
For rat loin( ". ail
Fire, Life and Accident Insurance .. '
REPAIRINGLeave III"" Long Distance Y

.. ---- 4 Indemnity Bonds.. r Advertising Phone 296
word at my house and clothe .
-.w w' "fw vra
will be called tor and returned; jk.

saying right thing
-.. SUCCESS THE SAME: WAY'- Satisfaction Guarantee:

BY SAVING MONEY -* -- -- C. W. Griffin at the right time f''

, Do you want to be auccessful? Start saving now. Put your money In in the right way i'' '
W. I VflH lt DDZOB .-
Groceries -
t CITIZENS BANK OF KISSIMMEEWe We make a soeclalty of-planning preparing +,

. literature and conducting campaigns for
-AND- Land Companies, Boards of Trade. Municipalities \
and Individuals.CLENNHEACIN .
have more Savings Accounts than any other Bank in
Osceola County. FRESH MEATS --- -

..Jt A Savings Bank loaned FREE. If you haven' procured t Real : EstateKISSIM11tBI3 -"- -
do at once. r--
one, so
.' Delivery. Every Day at Any Hour : ,

'? AaipruB; E. DON.d $. Praaldanl W. H. NOBTON.,Caahlaf. Patronage; Solicited FLORIDA

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.""" ly Breeze The ma material Improvements are being can rushed be obtained.,,on as' Cape rapid- Cape Breeze on the Shore of Lake Tohopekaliga Z:1::: .::: 60x160 SIZE :j50x185 .,.:.::,

11 a ,-.' . 1 -- : _,' ... ' 1 'T t. 4' S; fa t.;.,t1 rt 50x185/ .i L11a .00 '"
;" Within.another week the k.- ': 1. ;,., 50x185 ,.i... .. ...

;.? wall shall be well begun unless'. . 1:: !::iJ: 1' F'' 6 .....5..1...\ .:' 80x1881.,1/A. .....+ .00

It M -. railroad Interfere delays and., ''weather, conditions' . . .. .:." .. .. .. ..' , "I <"."'" .1.;;- . .- .'.. :-.., .. /o.6OxI85h.8:._.;.. .., ",,.r 50x185 '!, n..00,.... 400 ;.' #

.' '. b .' ,: -9. . .... 95x185 ....., ,. 600IIiJJd
ot to finish the wall '." ,. 0, / . '. .r ..., -... .10 ". . .. ..,100x110 .. .... 660 r
We expect: q-. .- .g Gwnrteb .. 6: '. ; 11'... . 100x110 ... . . 660
't .within six weeks. ., .., ,." O ..,....._ ..._..._,__... .,_." ".,,_,. 1 ..... ... 100x110 6GO '.
. CAwHCH Jh t ., .' U :::: :: :: 100x110 : :. . ,. 750 }

'Our dredging machinery is to: '" !II. : 15. .... . 100x110 .1. .... 750
S be here and ready for operation --- ."_"' ,. ,,-. : --- -- .'- -. 16.;.. . ... r, 100x110 . . ..:. 750 r
OK.II 17..100x110. .. . . 750 .,"
when the lake wall Is completed.This #' 4i2y
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I4 machinery will deposit 180 / L$ lir1M Ott ao . . ... 76x160 . . . ..a 500 ':t
; cubic yards of dirt per hour. or On/i Q5 -, '. 21 . . . . 75x150 . . . 600 t
4320 cubic yardi per day. / / of 22 . .. . 76x160 .. . . 600 '
- -- 8rn.wwsv" 23 . . 76x15076x150 . . . . 500 ;
r 200. .. 24. . .'. . .. . . . 500 ,IO
t There are approximately fill which will 'f'L """'' 25 . . . . .75x150 . . . . 500 :
Y 000)( ( cubic yards to + .
of dredging. Z erN .... cCZzi&myffi 26 SOLD
require 48 days : Cartnt. 27. . . ... 75x150 . . . 500.
$ t. S3 L.,Jlom fly .W\ >' ef 28 . . . . 75x150 . .. .. 500 .j
i This dredging will leave a deepwater .-.1( M<
front that will be unrivaled f?..mll'. J? ,rnt 30 : : : ;: : . 75x16076x150 . . . . 600
t' tot boating and bathing purl Q Ar.* ***ir *v- ftil ttC C*s& 31 . . . ... . . . 600 ,
poses. r fc*" P I J #:." I I".WirNFv..J + t 32 . . . 75x150 . . 600 '

/ .- 33 . . . ., 75x160 . . 600
of Breeze lots 34 . . . 76X150: . . 600
; The prices Cape actual value of :::.;; / 35 . . . ., .. 75x150 .s. . 650
fet present are of Improvements ot:: 36". . : 75x16075x160 .. . . 700
1 land plus cost to make. z pp / : 37. . . . : . . . . 700
that we are :-.;; i & 38 . . . . 75x150 .. . . 700
1 dr 39 . . . . 75x150 . . . 700 ,
We\ lay all sidewalks and curbs 2S2L 40 SOLD .'

and marl the streets throughoutand / j 9 ,41 : . .,,. ., 7 xI5O. . . . 600 .
leave each lot ready for G ***> 27 42 . 73x150 . . . . 550 .,
e building/ upon. ,Ft ** -43 SOLD 'I
stfTr 2t ;44 SOLD
--- 4& { f-7 45 . . . 60x16000x160 . . . 650 .{. I
There are 28 lots that do not rmp + f-r 21S 46 . . . . ) . . . 650 I
5, 5 r need filling/ and several of them ,.' 1 47 . . . . 60x160SOLD. . . . .
'. are already sold.' . Joft 48 '
MA I HO LANE V 49 SOLD 650't j t

% c ,-Deci/- /a r, J/ ,, 50. . . . 75x165 1 t . .
If you are at interested take 51 . 75x16575x165' . ... . 600 i( .
this paper with you and walk out si .rs ds JA ff .1G JZ \lnff 52 . . 600 hl} ,
to Cape: Breeze Sunday afternoonand // 0 0 53 75x165 . . . . 600 y It
\ eee-for yourself what we are lU J3 54 . . 75x165 . .. . 600 ";

doing. 4 VPr 55 . . . . 75x165' . . 600; ,
': -- PLAN of CAPE BREEZE / >6 92x165125x165 . . . . 800 h
\\t# 63 12. W 6.0 r < *
; -JMiw -M ,7 800
Of course our present prices t
'and central, + 'ofKlsSiJMlMIEE' f3 58. . 75x165 650:
be raised par
will as improvements I' u .
Jt . . 75xl65; . 650
9/ go along. FLORIDA. HEBE ; LANE 'd a WJ 75xl65 . . . 650 }
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... ) 61] 75xl65 b50
location.of of j
h'' Look ahead and buy your lot nownq principal I_buildingsLofs Q b ? ? P 7& 12; . . 75xl65 650 .j,

now while you can get it at the tf'ft 7c jrfo 6:1: . 75x165 . . tW

lowest cost. e ''LUOLAM for.- sale...... -by, .... \ U.t %S 77 N Jf.' 64 65 100xI75./7xll5:; ; . !TOOU50 ,i

--- V, .. MOC DONOUGH. OWNERSA Ii- 7+ ,. 1f1.; 100xI75. . . !900 ;
Y+' In buying a lot on Cape Breeze .. 7 7 7 67 WOx 175 . . !900 I "" ,

you get a magnificent home place beautiful ,<*laKe-TrontHoMe,=,Sir- ; -- >r 7fjr v I II; 10IIxI7& . 900 I ,[
and you are doing your part to 69 SOLD i
make Kissimmee the most attractive wdhimprovemen'te. ; a P"l 82 ,0 JIxlX() : 1200 I
town )in Florida.. 9s / 71 SOL D \I

... /re 72 14JxlMO( . . . '1100 '1
7i: rOx1x0.) . 900( 1
r.A' /y L f to ?; 74 HOxlHU . 900UOO I ,
A' LUDLAIMMA 'v* S5r 75 HIx I XlJ t

\ < .,> SeiN : 76 . . 106xl80 . . 1200
&<. MERMAID SOUL 77 . HOx 1 HO . . br,0fmit r *,!'
r : .-, wile II iir/le.-/qnq.... , 7H . . !IJxlHO 860 ,k!
DONOUGII --''- --..K r"r J_ 79 Jixis0 .
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f ...1 *yf&MCX.ICO> OtLE : HI) . . Hr.xI7!> 1100(1:
---O'VNEIS- 'iiJI! : __ S 81 . 95xl55 1000was
I -...;: 82 !IOxli2: IUlIO.c''r11'1' \
f1 BOOM 11 KTATB DANK nVILDI'IG AGA 8a . .' }(lOx 110 6.0 \\

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FOR SALE-Good large lot, choice 101 FOR SALE-7-room cottage and large MISCELLANEOUS I FOR SALE ';:
1cation; splendid neighborhood; cashor grounds;several bearing orange trees, I White" Wyandottes (DueI ., '
Classified terms. Apply P. O. Box 376, Kis- plenty room for another house If desired tin strain) ; $.> a trio; year old pullets :
; Fla. 25-tf rented to WADE, the tuner, Orlando.R. $1 each. Pmedale Chicken Farm. I'
Advertisementsi ; pay over 12 per centon Phone
._ 121-6
- ------ price, a VSNAP" for some one O. MEEK-Notary Public 23-tf I rings. 358tpd. : VI
i FOR SALE-Nice, full bearing orangegroves desiring a nice home at an encourag- FOR /
!Advertisements are Inserted under this head at the rate of 5 Cents from one to twenty thousand ing price. We also have a 6-room WANTED-The sweetest thing; out for. town I 5) built bungalow in
il'i line each insertion. dollars.: Tell me what you want in house 'with verandas ,and porches, your girl-: Fuller Greeme Candy-' from;school rooms house and bath; 2 blocks Jr t
per. this line and I will find it for you. bath hot and cold .water, modern, fresh from factory Kisslmmee Drug ments ; modern Improve..
Downing Realty Co. 36-tf. delightful view of lake three Company . ; inquire Gazette office. ; cheap,
, blocks , : 33-tf; if.sold at once.<< 36-1't . jl
\\l FOH 'SALE H. C. STANFORD CO. are; agents for from P. O. Easy payment plan. :
I 'the celebrated Hannan shoes' for FOR SALE-Hot l of fifteen rooms in. We have fine cement cottage 5 rooms FOR fresh fish phone the Bull Bass LOST-Medium' .
men. 19-tf .the growing town of Taft Florida. and bath room, lake view, on hard _Mark. No. 189. J,9-tf snow white pointer; bird-dog: 'i

FOn'SALEWood., $1.75 'per strand Large rooms, good location lot 120x road great bargain. Come let us GET H. N.: BRATTONhto drive your which arc liver except color ears white and face,

is 5y Howell Base Phone 136. 35-tf FOR bargains in resident property, 120, well improved. Large store roomin 34-tf show you. Nelson artesian wells. 43-tf i l down forehead; small knot; over stripe right "
truck lands and call front; barber shop in connection. Realty Company. ---- - Answers
y orange groves on I fX to of "
A PAIR of good, gentle work horses Object in FOR dressed poultry, phone the Rull : name "Dude. }
H. M. Breaker. Kissimmee. Fla. 4-tf selling, want to improve Will pay $10 reward for
for sale Graves. 26-tf FOR paseenger information
cheap. other Call touring Bass Market. No. 189. 19-tf I i
,7 t- --- ---- ---- ---- --- property. upon, or address I leading to his
recovery. S. W. Downing
car, or will exchange for land. G. FT' "
KING Quality; shoes for men at Cash TWO very desirable resident lots in C H. Nelson, Taft, Fla. 36tf Parker. 36tf. MUTTON fresh, fat and fine, at the- Kiasimniec. Kla. 35-tf :,

rn Store.: 1-tf i Carson addition, each 50x164 feet. FOR SALE-At a bargain: nice j Rull Bass. Market, phone 189. 19-tf FORSALE-Tweuty-fiveacresof
-- -- i There are 16 bearing orange/ trees on seven FOR SALE-Fine Pinedale farms of 5 I ham'I
' CHOICE CITY LOTS tor sale at low :, these lots, under good new fence, room house, in splendid repair, on acres each well located, good orange I WOOD, per strand, $1.25 fivfe strands mock land, located, within Ji. miles <
prices. See or write H. Fleming; for located close to the lake. $a50 cash I II beautiful lot size 108x208, located on land and very finest' of location, just $5.75. Kiss mee Lumber; Co. 29-tf of Bartow, the county seat of Polk ,j
particulars. 40 tf | takes the two. See H. M. Breaker I one of our principal streets in good outside city limits l; owned by an Ills.. ___ county, 200( yards of good rock road
: FOR SALE-Ohio Chester White pigs & Co. .____ ._31-tf: I churches.neighborhood Write close for price to school and termsto and man who is too far away to look afterit ANYONE anywhere can start a mail of Seaboard property.Ky. This budding,8uitable within '4 mile| ...
is willing to sell for $50 to $75 order business at home. No for ,"
male and female. to H. the Downing Realty Co. 36-tf. canvass growing kind
Apply W. FINE LOCATION For / any of fruit'
delightful pet acre and half or
time if vegeta
on de /
give Be boss. Send
ing. your own for free bles. l
Boice. Vine St, and Av. 33tf Ten
feet --------- acres cleared
home 90x150 of ground, north- --- -- sired. Good school and church privileges booklet. Tells how. Heacock A and fenced
2144 with barn
-- -- east front beautiful view of the lake FOR SALE-City lot 70x93, two blocks fine healthful location beauti- First offer of $60O) takes
;> FOR SALE:=:Forty lots in;; one body. I Lockport; N. Y. It. W. R. t
Price so that can be doubled I only one block from court house, m from post-office. Address, Box 126 ful view of lake and town. Spper,, Oclando.. Fla. 3461WANTED
within two years money A. Valley Gazette. finest part of the city, just the place Kissimmee, Fla. 36tf 34-tf. Nelson Realty Company. WE-Are offering some very desirable -- - -- -I _
1 Sltf I for nice home in good neighborhood.Terms I resident lots, located three blocks )
fa I if desired. Price $ &(& Nelson WRITE ME for anything you want in I FOE SALE-42 acres about three and from the Court House, on nice high ,

,,1, FOR SALE-A 12'ga. automatic -shotgun Realty Co. 33-tf the realty line in Florida telling me J I a half miles from Kissimmee, excel- elevation, for $200 for inside and $250 WANTED-You to
4 5 practically new inside and out. the terms you wish to buy it on, and lent land, mostly hammock land, very for corner lots. Alley in rear of all of Real. Estate see me for all kinds
t S First $22.50 gets: it. See Ii at Makin- FIVE city lots on which is located a about the amount you would like to rich and productive, about 7 acres of these lots. Cash, or short time. Letus surance. and Fire and Life In
r 1 eon'.. R. G. Canova. 33tf nice new five-room cottage, fine view invest, and I will find you the very orange grove over! half of which is show you these loU. H. M. : R.O.Meek, Kissimmee. 23-tf
I I. of the lake cool breezes. This prop best thing obtainable for the money. in bearing; finest of trucking and Breaker & Co. 24-tf WANTED-Position by a man thor-"
?4" FOR SALE-So-e nice, round well seasoned erty is located dose to the proposed Downing Realty Co. 36-tf. farming land; 3 flowing wells. 6-room oughly qualified to take charge of

cypress Once poit>. Delivered electric line, on high level lots. A I house, good stables, lake front, with AN intelligent person may earn, $100 truck garden or citrus grove.; Inquire -
anywhere! in town.: S W. Downing. bargain at $1600. Let us show you WE:-Have listed some of the moat delightful lake breezes and nice view : monthly corresponding for newspa at Valley Gazette olfi< -.e. 25-tf.
I C: 36.t! this property. H. M. Breaker& Co. sirable property on the market of the town; owned by a Virginia man I pers. No canvassing. Send for par ----- -
I : 31;tf city and county which we offer de'j who says sell. This cheapat ticulars. Press :Syndicate: B 2245, !' Old newspapers for -
, 41 FOR SALE-Eggplant plants, $5 per the lowest prices to be 95000; terms if necessary. Same Lockport N.Y. < 20 cents a hundredPbeFlIda sale at thus office
; 1,000; tomato plants $2.50 per 1,000; FOR SALE-Twelve acre orange and There is no padding of prices by us, man owns 390 acres splendid farmingand .
ready for delivery August 15th. Address grapefruit grove, about three miles every piece of property sold at exact grove land less than a mile from \ OU-Are thinking of coming to Flor- .
New Eden Plantation Nar- j' from Kissimmee, on railroad. Will placed on it by the' owner. city limits, also 45 acres of hammock ida. Of course you want the best --
coossee. Fla. 32-tf j, sell at a bargain. Address W. H. Write us your requirements and we land on which flowing |! property for the least money. .We

& Arnold Ktesimmee: Fla.! 41-tf will do our best to please you, by had'anywhere. Here is a great opportunity can fill your requirements, whetherit
St FOR SALE-Fine corner, close to the - -- -' --. -- .-- showing just the kind of property you for a good: purchase. I be a city lot five or ten acre tract, Growerr;"
depot and business part of the city, I FOUR-acre orange and grapefruit desire. H. M. Breaker & Co. 24- f 34-tf Nelson Realty Company. a section of land or a twenty thousand -
1' fine location for residence or business, grove with 250 bearing trees, I acre tract. Write us regarding
lot 78x96 feet. Cheap at $1250. Nelson five acres muck and ten acres pine I HAVE a five thousand acre tract of your wants. Every piece of property I For tolb tMIf'k"." ant fruit growers For I. ,
It.. Realty Co. 33-tf land In cultivation, thirty and: one- excellent; timber land for sale so cheap FOR KENT / apld afexact price placed on it by the Ida. who Weekly.went Iietlparvar to( know alK''t Flor.
half acres unimproved land, five-room that it will astonish you. Well' located owner. No padding of prices on Iy. 2,"'"'. .lId Ire fora ten IMo"; month.
11'.' '''' FOR HONEST and square deals in all I'it box house, good barn and well. The :on beautiful lake, close to rail- DWELLINGS for rent apply to M. Til I property listed with us for sale. H. subecrlptlon Sniper Brltfhl. Clu.trial 1
It!. kinds of real estate, call on write I 1 1
improved land all under good fence. road. IL will pay you to investigate ler.FOR. M. Breaker & Co. 24-tf THE
;.... W. H. Farmer, Box_322.._. _16- This property on the north side of this. Better write for full Informa- ... FLORIDA GROWER I i
I IEast Lake, four miles from Narcooo- tion today. Downing Realty Co. RENT-For I i ERNET L. GREEN SIGN WRITER 800 Fl,.
cash shares
vlTr a' HANNAN SHOES are high class shoes. i nee, nine miles from Kissimmee. 3r tf. best oron ten I I -Sign, Auto Carriage Painting I
Call and see them. II. C. Stanford Price $4.500. $2,600 cash balance acres land three miles nom guarantee all work. Let me figure r
;: one. ------- town has well -4s
:t'1. Company. 19-tf year. ii. M. Breaker & Co. FOR RENT-Two:. fnrnished rooms,. fenced. Apply flowing to R. Cunningham, plowed and, I j I' 139 with, Kissimmee you on that, Fla.job. P. O. 16-tf Box .,.,.. --- .

1 f "' EAUTIFUL lake front lot consisting ,f FOR SALE-163 acres, twelve acres city center. Add res*, Box' 126 Kis P. O. box 341. Z'T.-:1 I ------ Divorce Notice.
of a half block, located in the best cleared, balance good pine land with simmee Fla. 36tf FOR EXCHANGE-20-acre tract of In Circuit
ROOMS TO RENT-Either Court, Stale
of ,
rd ;.., j neighborhood in the city. Will sell I clay subsoil; about 200 bearing suite suitable for single oren land in Park Garde \/for suburban ComplNnant, V. David r/on/ ;,i'arrle Jame.:
,'I'1 only to party who will improve it to orange trees on place. Four room FOR RENT-Some nice rooms for light ; light rouse- property and some cash. "Neventb Judlr 4al Circuit, Nceola Defendant, .t
to Mrs.
\ keeping. Apply A. A. Simpson. Cbaneery. COUnty. I.
.TI,I correspond with surrounding( prop-i I cottage, good barn and other out- housekeeping. All modem conven 3-ti', Good building lot for saddle horse. It appearingbr' I '
;, erty. Full particulars! and price to buildmga. Located five miles westof iences. S. W., Downing. 36-tf. Nice 5-acre tract of land for team of flied in the above aflldavltapp stated nded to the bill "'
interested party. H. M. Breaker Orlando on good clay road. For 1 u_ FOR RENT-Two 10-acre farms In mules. Nelson Realty ,Co. 36tf faatirone.. \the 1. d..fendAnt tl.el'ftlll that uamed David wboae.

p(, &: Co. 31-tf I price terms, etc., address Box :266 FOR RENT-About' 3 acres of good Park Garden; rich productive soil; roanonreiidenl unknown; I. thereto r ii over tin age of twrn, .g
Orlando Fla. trucking land and 5-room house Inside : Centrally located hon'; orders l ih.t said
ra TREES AND SIIR B n R.Y. For 19-6mos-pd flowing wells. Either cash or for NJCE on beautiful delemlantb.soil. bo ta .
; i city limits, convenient UK High share of crop. Nelson Realty Co. 35-tf corner lot, only three blocks qulred to appear 10 the bIll Df hereby reo '.
trees In rOlDplaint
fruit ornamental trees shrubbery I said Iliad
or HOUSE of cause 00 Or
bafore :
seven rooms on large lot School and from Broadway house is lighted of MondAy, the '
'k; of any kind, write W. R. Speer 108x208 feet with fine shade trees Also some lO-acr tracts of excellent FOR RENT-New Bungalow 6\ rooms with electricity, has bath, toilet and tton.November wiU b. ,laken A. D.118 lUll. lffly .. e.n Orlando:'Fla.. and get prices 34-t good well. Thia. property locateAon land in Park Garden, good flowing and large closet, plastered, electric kitchen sink;; new cement sidewalk; ant by p 'det..nd_ .II,<'
rr :!t' / ,SEE King Quality shoes before Buying' I one of the marled street*,:right in wells and rich productive soil. One- lights; will be completed by September house contains seven rooms Includ- II.bed It I. Surtber Ortle"d. t.bat t.blo order be pnbo ,'
"'!or.f'; Cash Store. 1-tf the fastest growing section of the fourth crop for rent. We also have 10th' located one block from High ing bath room; lot 120x160 beet, extending In the YDetmmeeee V.lle for elI'bt.cou.ecutl, v.. .74'''t
t '" city, and can be purchased for a abort a client who desires to exchange some School building; best water. Also to 16-foot alley. We can P0WW> ':: ,: FOR SALE-Several orange groves of time for only $1700, hair caah bal Park Garden land for: house In unt- fine orange grove for sale; 80 acres offer this beautiful home on I, lun .
.' < rt.t.dilferent sizes, one of which has 80'I)I ance six and twelve month.. L you /' skirts.of- town--and,.soro* cash,-will:! land, -cottage- best water,1.packing reasonable terms. Full particulars very (SEAL) ARTIIURB. DONEOAN.: ...i
,7, \." .acrea of land and 6-acre grove$3200; desire a bargain tea us quick.' H. .give good deal; I bogse,,. .ta, well located.' Box 345.., to interested parties H. 11. breaker I EUZ4JIlil, Clrou onnrt

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