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: June 7, 1912
Frequency: weekly
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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 )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00545
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
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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 KISSIMMEE GAZETTE
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.+ NAY CUT OFF CREDITFOR he false was representations an Idiot: and in to short the court that that he Easy Payment .Plan' for e On agriculturist your daKlerreotypet'Triplett, a horticulturist! rural-is an lOVER ONE HUNDRED : r

was swindled out of the property that ? ist, the proprietor of ane.tate, the \ f

rightfully belonged to him. master of a menage husbandman; a
CITY LIGHTS The title of the suit is Thomas Black 1 'Laying City SidewalksSuggestion I country gentleman. He had to be! THOUSAND INCREASE J

well vs. C. D. Carroll et al. .C. D. Car. : coaxed, persuaded; browbeaten and In- R'

roll's residence is given as Kissimmee, : I timidated before he would agree to X

TROUBLES OF THE COLLECTOR the other defendants being| W. F. Town- ,' Made for Benefit of Those Who Will Soon Have. toFac&BilIa ; leave his happy home and cast his;' lot I TAX RATE REMAINS SAME
send and L. H. Townsend, of St. Paul, again with the V. G. He didn't bring .. i
of Oontractors. 1 :a
N. C.; J. J. Watson, W. C, Bass A. W. : all his baggage with him, which looks _"

Clerical Job That Unmistakably Gustus, P. E. Buttorf, Arthur E. Don suspicious, but he agreed to stay so. Commissioner Sitting .a Equali.! :

Call for Energy and egan, R. D. Waring, J. W. Miller Louis Under the terms of this improvement are not matters of long as he was treated right F zation Board Make Only Few \
,. F. Olte, S.: H. Bullock arid E. I:. Lesley, debate. Triplett is a genius; he has tile artistic -
adopted by Council May They are imperative. Amongthe
Change in :
f'li Diplomacy. all of Kissimmee, as also Hunter Land I first temperament, and must be dealt Assessments I ?,
owners are required to advantages to come as a result .
other defendant is E. L. with It is like --
Company ; the the certain streets by would be the establishment of the free accordingly. managinga
'From a bureaucratic viewpoint, the D. Overstreet as administrator of the It is less than a month mail delivery system. Unless some grand opera star to hold on to him. Sitting as an equalisation' board, Monday .
Potter deceased. He has the head of the the County Commissioner fixed ,;
M. Machlavnlli.
Kissimmee municipal machinery is approaching estate of Jeremiah August, and few easy way Is provided for the city to a
crisis. The attorneys for the complainant are brow and face of a Ptolemy the hair' the millagefor 1912 at the same figure .'
a laid. Tnere is no proceed with the work It will be manya
The city, with regard to size and Hooker & Duval and H. M. Hampton.Mr. considerable number of lohg day before Kissimmee sees the of a Booth, the eye of a Brisbane, the assessed for the previous' year '1

buildings, has grown in a phenomenal C. D. Carroll, of Kissimmee, who owners upon whom completion of itA'suggestion range of a Caruso, the adaptability ofa Very little change was made In the \
of the late Jeremiah Warfield and the of rolls as prepared by the tax assessor i '.
manner, but the expansion of the ex- was a partner 1\8 stipulated by the has come to the Valley imperturbability ; :t'
ecutive department has not kept pace. Pottfr, states that every effort was a Bryan. In,a few instances Increases were" made -f /
complv with its terms. Gazette in this connection,-and it seems 1,
Clerk made to ascertain the existence of Soon after Triplett found Kissimmeehe on personal property. The figures.
As the matter stands today City any be delinquent. The city a good one In the hope of helping to
t the relatives of Potter his death. He found himself. The together to realty remained the same. I :,I!
Gilbert is city clerk: in all that name upon authority to lay 'the reach an agreement by which the town coming .
implies. He is clerk of the couAcll, says that Potter told him many times sess the same against will have the improvement right away has resulted in mutual advantage. The Board also approved the budget :,:t

clerk of the waterworks department, that he had no relatives ; that he was property. and the citizens will not be burdened Triplett has signed articles with the of expenses furnished by the superintendent i( 1
and the fact is that Gazette and is to exercise his various of public instruction through
clerk of the electric light department, an only child, Under the present with the cost this plan is put forwardfor !
the illness and death no- talents tor the advancement of Kissimmee the board of public Instruction carry't'
clerk of the mayor's court, clerk to through Potter's
I tors are doing a job here the consideration of those who are ;
committee, attends to gathering body showed up to assert kinship. The and the betterment of the paper. ing a total of $34,650 for all purposes.As .
cemetery it comes to them, most intimately concerned.The r
the vital statistics! superintends matter of settling the estate was taken system or uniformity paving could be done much bet His numerous friends are giving him the rolls stand approved tluu assessments .""iI

the collection of the city taxes, attendsto regularly through the courts. Mr. Car- expensive in small lots, ter, with greater regard for uniformity' the glad hand. They are heartily gladto are as follows, a comparison
of roll at loss to for the have him back. being made with the"previous year to
the delinquent list. Each one seems a account i
and freight. of grade and material;, it could be done .'
these offices means book-keeping as recent proceeding in the United States --"'---- --- show the Increases l !t
The Council cheaper. By following the plan proposed -
well as running around. Bills must be court. It is rather needless to state mixture for base shall I it could be done in shorter time MAIN STREET OPENED \ REAL ESTATE.

sent out for the collection of the water that Mr. Carroll has the confieence of parts of crushed stone, I and results would of consequence come 1911. . . . . . .$2,673,280 ,

rentals also the same with the electric everybody in Kissimmee. sharp silica sand and 1 quicker. 1913. . . . . . . 2,781,215

light department, with the exception cement to be 3 inches I Let the city borrow the money neces- Paving Completed' and Work on I
Gilbert doffs the muni- . . . .
Clerk Increase $
that City 107,95
of to do all the work of the "
finish good sharp sary laying I
and that of the BRIDGE CANOE CREEK Main Thoroughfare Begun.The r
\ cipal toga assumes
) parts Portland cement 1 sidewalks in the territory cited. The PERSONAL.

meter reader sallying forth in quest of be 1 inch thick, walk to necessary money could be had on five paving was finished on Main 1911 . .. . . . . . . .442.395 i

'. the little light indicators. There are Contract Let to Bridge to. The district required to years', time. The city' could let the street Monday, being opened to traffic 1912 . . . . . . . . 443,615 "4
:\llf( water subscribers, and equallyas Champion
some I from the Grif-
sidewalks both sides of contract under competitive bidding getting Saturday Broadway to

many electric light consumers. Mr. of Wilmington, Ohio. lows : I 'the benefit of cheaper prices thanit fin and Gilbert stores. Increase '.' . . . 1,220

Gilbert stated that it was necessary reading for The County Commissioners/ have let Emmett street from is possible for the individual to get. The entire Mam street was opened RAILROAD AND TELEGRAPH. '
the last
him to go to five houses in was- I the contract for bridging Canoe creekto Randolph. I A large force would be put to work, yesterday and work on Broadway be- 1911. . . . . . . . .$225,127 ,
dollar revenue
before a the Champion Bridge J Company of Mabbett from .. and the weekly payrolls would be gun. After the north side U,paved 1912' . . . . . 228,nOO*
shown for the city. Under the present' Wilmington\ Ohio. Verona from Stewart turned immediately back into the tills work will) begin at the corner by the --. 1

conditions there ii is no minimum chargefor the There were three bidders( the Champion : Bryan from Stewart to of the local merchants every Saturday D H. Blenis grocery and continue out Increase. . . . . . ; . .$ 8,781 y
small consumption except
( in force May 1, 191:4: Bridge< Company, the Virginia Patrick from A. C L. night. The citizens, who, in any event Brack street to the railroad crossing on Total increase 1912 over 1911. .$112.936 *I' tit
schedule
as put
Undue Company: and It. D. Waring.The : from Mabbett to must pay for the improvement, wouldbe the St. Cloud: road. This finished, the
.. ...... ......... . .1 li Clyde The Commisioners fixed the assessment -
i 1 to 50( k. w specifications\ called for a hundred Hose from Mabbett to better able to do it by having the work from Broadway to the dock will
:..... . ............. . .11 for county purposes at 20 mills as y;
.. r'II' 50 to UK k. w. foot steel bridge. The bids were opened Vernon. from Mabbett benefit ot the extended time. The city: be taken up, completing the line of follows : /
100 to 160 k. w. .. .10 could the citizens the time pavement.
,' . .09 Monday by the coinmiasioners and the Beaumont from give same General Revenue Fund. . . . . .5 mill
150( to 300 k. w. v. contract awarded. The Champion Orlando from Sumner for payment as the term of the loan to I County Schools . . . : . .,. .7 -l

i, 300 and over k. Biultfe Compan\8 bid was J13QO.( Stewart from Bryan the city obtained for this work, with LOCALS WON GAME I Roads. . . . . . . . .6 '. e
Small motors fans, irons, etc., are Work will begin as soon as conditions Church from Stewart I the interest added. Fine and Forfeiture Fund..2 V.i
classed as the regular lights. Two warrunt. from By such a plan could the work be
Broadway I I I The general assessment does not Include #
hone power motors are rated at $1.25 The commissioners deferred lettingthe Main from done, expeditiously without burdeningthe Contest With Coronet;; Team Saturday as a matter of course, the miDI -
h. on a flat rate of: 8 cents per k. tax with profit to KissUn- I kl Q
.. per p. contrac for roofing the court house. Brack from Broadway payers age imposed in the several special tax
Proved I
w. on meter readings. The multitudinous There was only one bidder, R. L. Star Dak in from Church to mee's business community.The Exceptional school districts as follows : *
duties in connection with the light- ling. Action on this matter will be Poissell from Church Valley Gazette suggests the planin Kissimmee defeated Coronet Saturday /
No. 1 (St. Cloud) . . . . .3 mills $
s: ing department and the same work with taken at the next regular meeting of Darlington from the hope of having the people con afternoon in a well played game, score No. 2 (Narcoossee) . . . . .3 "

the new water meters when they areI' the board.; Ruby from Stewart to sider it. The legal phases of it have being 4 to 2. In .the seventh inning, No. 8 (Whittier.1 "

installed, means that the machinery in -----.----- This territory, while not been investigated." It comes from Kissimmee by bunching 'three singlesan ," No. 4 (Bansenger) ..,* .. ,. .. .,.21 d\ '*
brain of ractlcal and will j.
city hall will be clogged. Cities of less the a man, .
I' Inhabitants than Kissimmea have their FOURTH AT ST.. CLOUD restricted, embrace undoubtedly appeal to the. .business error by the opopsition and a sacrifice No. 6 (Center Park.3) ,}S"j i
The need and sense of a large number gathered In.four runs which.proved The total. millage ,. assessmentfor ,
water and electric light boards. instead .. enough to win.
State, county and city I I. 4J dividedas
4 of having the city clerk attend to all. Rain Interfered With Splendi Pro- Brown allowed the visitors but five follow : 4

... A public service board might be instituted of Events.St. Free Del bodJ'I May hits, and the Coronet twirler was State. . . . ... . .. .. . .... 71 mill. fi
that would handle the water gram
equally stingy, granting but'four connections County. . . . ., . .. . . . . .20 ,.
17. and light problem. The method in Cloud was in gala attire Thursdayfor with his delivery. There were City . .. . .. . ... ...17 "
r vogue now should be discontinued, in a fitting celebration of Independence Provided Soon no long hits to enliven the game, but The rate of taxation for the city has y I '
E Mr. Gilbert's opinion, and in the collection Day. Five hundred people) went altogether it was well played Second
not been fixed for the current year, and '
I of assessments, there should be a Baseman twill
from Klaaimmee and met fully fifteen Alderman of Arcadia and not be, probably, until September c
penalty attached for not paying the hundred more at that place to partici- Postmaster Vau Delivery will Come Soon if Con- Pitcher Tillman or Orlando have reported The rate used above la I that for last

D H bills on or before a certain time. There pate in the exercises. It began to rain With.establishment to the local manager and they year It I la hardly probable- that it will !
should be no credit on water and lights shortly after the noon hour and the will be used in the coming games. be increased. l.

IK, extended to any one. If the bill is not downpour continued well through the This victory over Coronet will naturally -

m< settled on the date, named, then the afternoon, thus interfering with the Again the postoffice I of another rural route to have a tendency to instil! some ginger t I

supply should be shut off. This wasH program. The bucking contest and I tial increase. For the embrace the Hilliard Island, Boggy in the local squad, and a better report SAFE t' f
:
brought to council's notice some time pony race and motor boat race were en- June 30, 1912, the total Creek and Carroll still territory. This Is anticipated in connection with CHAPTER HOUSE

since. If the consumer realizes that joyable, and the large crowd witnessed amount to 2b9H.6o] will be a !good start in the establishment !; future games..

ml unless his credit is kept good with the them in spite of the wet !grounds and For the same quarter of a net work of rural .routes in "
Members of Hart Memorial ChapterReceive -
city, his lights and water will be discontinued attendant discomfort. receipts were $1971.78. .Osceola county. I ;

it will be easily seen that The prizes were awarded as follows : This shows a' present If the City Council will see that the BOOSTER IN TEXAS This Assurance. >: r.

H settlements will be promptly forthcom- Best features of the parade : Bur- the same quarter of sidewalk ordinance Is enforced and The chapter house of, the American, j '.r'f.; ,

\J Ing. lesque drum corps and fire department. proximately, 27_per cent. that, consequently, this city will be I II Woman's League has not been Involved '

.wJ There should be a minimum for For moat attractively decorated team : There are not many well supplied with sidewalks, the establishment William M. Lewis Turning Investors in the litigation growing 'out ot,' the, I ,

II household consumption in the matter of M..... Eames. size in this state of city delivery will come I In This Direction. failure of the Lewis publishing enterprises .' 9

K electric light according to Mr. Gilbert's Bicycle race : Thos. Rotundo. higher rate of increase. so quickly that it will be a surprise.In and the local:-chapter house will 9I '
William M. Lewis writes from Paris
It" view: A great many cities require the Footrace: D. M. Alvy. These figure do not like manner provided the city and Texas be deeded to this chapter. "'This information h i
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H} consumer to put UD five or ten' dollars Broncho bucking contest : Simpson. order business.For public bodies within the city will take is gratifying to those' who
"While this Is a wonderful out
Hi security for the payment of their bills. There were four entries, Simpson. How- the year ending up the matter and urge it with all the country worked so earnestly for the chanter t r
here full of business
and growing
I This is disguised on the part of the city ard, Smith, Bass. there were dispatched: opportunities '
reason and persuasion they possess, an yet I love Florida none the house. The following from: the,official ,
HI by stating that it covers the initial cost Pony race : George Brownson. 2101 registers as against appropriation from the Federal author- On organ of the league explains matters:
Hi less. numerous occasions, when it
ot the meter and installation. But the Motorboat race : Hilliard first, brass year ending June 30, ities can be secured for the site for a "A new plan ha been devised whereby
Is I from Florida 1 :
Known am just am
HI
of the is that
HM meat provision simply bell ; Carlson second, flag.In During the summer a first class government building. It is called upon to tell 'a whole lot' about any chapter can secure its own ,

they get account guaranteed. the baseball game between St. be established through not necessary to put this matter off, i the conditions and opportunities over chapter house without waiting for any

mm Hi It is likely that council will take cognizance Cloud and Taft, the latter won, 6 to 3. and Shingle districts, I and it will take united and intelligent there, and on those occasions I am a other or being dependent on the League
of the situation with to
respect The Kissimmee Concert Band furnished has already been work to bring it to success.Respectfully pretty good Florida booster, and especially I itself, which.will build no more chapter r Mby
Hit clerical force. Mr. t
providing more music through the day and was '
proved by an official of Kissimmee. houses. Alt chapter houses already
HK Gilbert has never Intimated that he is the subject of much favorable com I I I
steps are note being F. VANS AGNEW P. M. built will be deeded to the chapter
"While I was in Dallas a short time
HJB dissatisfied, but the amount of workEjjf ment. The organization acquitted itself I I '
where they are located, upon a proper
attached to his department, makes a creditably.The ago I made the acquaintance of a Dr. "
f in the Imperative.If TRIPLflT COMES BACKWill Howard. While he la a practicing ocu- local trusteeship being formed and as t ai
arrangements fOR HUMANE
change St. Cloud fire department missed I sursmces given! that they will be proper- \
If Kissimmee in the next list, he is a gentleman of means, and is
'prosper fine to show what could
a opportunity from 'I Jy taken care of. All Iota donated will .
contemplating retiring
k three like she halO done in the practice '
years be done with the recently
purchased be deeded back to the donor.. .
K 'S past three, the city clerical force (Gil- chemical apparatus by not having an Woman's League Will Again Be Identified With the i and interesting himself in orange the-local
the Hotue
new Chapter plan,
IE i groves. He is. in a general very 1
way
bert will be swamped.
i ) improvised fire as a side exhibition, and ize Branch in Valley Gazette. I chapter doe not have to rely on bead- "
--- ---- -- -- much interested in Florida, and we ,
B fiGHT OVER ESTATE 1 extinguishing the flames in the presence A communication has There came a breath of fresh earth spent a pleasant evening at his home quarters, and owns Its own Chapter k
I lof the multitude. Thin said to be
was
House outright, depositing the moneyfor
to Col. Max Myerson, and newly-cut hay about the Valley Ga- talking: principally about Florida. I '
- I I Ion the program, and would have been S. 1'. C.: A. or Humane zette office Monday; things took on a said to him that I would write you to I it. in the local bank until built." t :

H Blackwell Attempts to Have Receiver i'an interesting feature.__. sonville requesting more roseate hue; the motor hummed send him the Gazette for a few months, '

H for Potter Property Appointed. requirements of a city with unaccustomed energy and the which I thought you would do under DONCGAN FAVORS $500,000 ,
laymen's Meeting. with securing a branch : presses rattled with a merrier ring. the county advertising scheme. He r6R "

WM Thomas Blackwell of North Carolma The regular meeting of the Laymen's ation. The society has Something bad happened; that was evident will be pleased to see the Gazette, and I BOND ISSUE: GOOD ROADS f I

K. has filed'a petition in the United States Union will be held at the Presbyterian late in establishing even to the stranger.: The sonorous while Its influence may not land him in

Hft'court at Jacksonville for the aopoint- church next Sunday afternoon at 3:30.i : simmee. to keep up with voice of Triplett-the Hon. S. J. Kissimmee, it might bring him to Flor t I Hon. Arthur E. JDonegsn appeared .) j

HBment of a receiver for tbe estate of the i I I led by Judge G. F. Parker. Subject gressive centers f-els Triplett, was heard in the antechamber ida. He is a gentleman which any i i before the board and asked corisldera- E :;

H late Jeremiah Potter, of Osceola count "Encouragement. 2d Chron.'82:7.: general metropolitan and he'was immediately admitted town or community would be glad( to tion of 'the proposition to (bond .the.

Hff Btackwell claims to be a nephewf to this distinction. .' without the countersign. welcome. His name and address f* Dr. county for half a million for good roads,

Hk., the dead man, and makes sensational I The themes of sermons r i the Presbyterian handled through the Hailing from his country estate at Wm. E. Howard, Americus. Building, preferably vitrified brick. The 'board ....

F t' {allegation* to the effect that he never church next Sunday will be ment Society. The Narcoossee, with the pristine perfumesof I Dallas, Texas. appointed a committee composed Mr.-v, i

HwBeamed of his uncle' death until FebHpLfi -! "The Risen Christ" and "Loving! ,the I IUndeserving I mane Society work would the rural lite upon him Hon. Trip- "This section of Texas i Is wonderfulto Donegan, Mr. E.. L. Lesley and Mr...Ro.. A y
of this although Potter has ."' All with the general plan { G. Johnston to investigate the cost'of i J' i'
ary year, are most cordially lett has returned to take up the fascinating look over. Nothing but great fields '

HIIB36" dead five yearn ;i.h. allege that a Invited. Eveuing services on church I quite Improvement likely. that Col. pursuits ot newspaper life again of corn, cotton, wheat, 'oats, and material for a system of hard road in 1 y t '

HHlj* I guardian was appointed. for him under I lawn.when weather.permit. the d.tailii I up with that not of hi. own volition,.mind. you; not peaches everywhere..,!' -- Oseeola county and report.tOU. .e'board._, ' /.. .

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a dinner The dinner was enjoyed by 1H':
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: Current Happenings both sides the Board of Trade ,
: i Tampa .
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z l ,- : .,: : got In some live material, and the city 1 H'1
of Tampa will be the beneticiary.
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t'r Throughout Floridai j Good 'workl! "it couldjbe duplicated on . .//1
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I ; Cream of the State's New Especially Compiled for the 'Readers, '. ''1
I The 'Merryday brothers of Palatkaare \r
t i of the Valley Gazette. going to build a resort hotel at
i I- All work unpaid for at I
., J Daytona from material taken from the Trade
of the old Putnam House at Pa-
wing
J the end of .thirty ;days I At last a boat line ha Jacksonville'been-re.tab-'' did"thei captor's bidding readily! until latka. The Putnam House was a great
liahed between Miami and one day he planned a public exhibition. Its
hotel in its day-but has passed.
day
.I which ,,to be 'Max Crowds had gathered the I ...
will be sold for charges. promise* permanent. on pier to The hostelry is entirely too big for the I II .
Zapf has built a power boat arid pot it witness the strange spectacle, when the \ '\
town, and half of it is large, enough to' ,
\ in commission between the two points. animals felt the call of the ,wild and .'
accommodate a.1 l the guests that may ,
It is 58: feet in length, 18 feet beam ana made for the open sea. The boat wan I :
Come to Palatka. So a business block
will carry 60 tons. It draws 4 feet of wrecked and the boatman barely escaped
a is to be erected on the ground: that
water and can make all points by the with his life. The porpoises es-
KISSIMMEE A UTO CO. the wing of the house formerly rested I
inside route. In view of former failures caped. Jordan certainly does strain the I Two 2-Cyl.
'' Upon, send the lumber will be made into .
to successfully establish a water' credulity of his reader another hotel. I>
line between Miami and Jacksonville,
'" the solution seems to be in a fleet of The'value' of scientific farming: meth- 1 I
The farmers of Hastings, are planting -
small vessels to make .daily or semi- ods has been demonstrated by the U. S. "
considerable Reo Autos
: acreage in rice.
t I weekly shippings. The relief from exorbitant Department of Agriculture in its experiments -----.- --- ,-
I freight rates by rail will be immediately conaucted under the directionof .
'MONTHLY
\ I MEETING
noticeable. an agent in Alachua county. The
t agent had 42 demonstrators cultivating l. COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. i".i

waft" Miami is, coming to the fron with 150 acres in cotton. The average yield

1 --'.-- -- ---- ----- some remarkable stories Not long ago was r<67 pounds to the acre, whereas I NOTES. )
it was a fish story-the capture of a figures compiled by the governmentshow

monster of the deep weighing twenty the normal average to be 384. On All members were present. t

t ALLERTON & DENIG thousand pounds and'requiring two days I 132 acres of corn, tilled by 29 farmers, \ W. B.frtAKINSON.

to effect its capture. Now it IB the : the average yield was 36.3 bushels per committee of three composed of

capturo of an eighteen foot snake. I acre, whereas the average yield for the I W. W. Clark, II. M. Phann and Lei .

I Miami liberally disclaims the snake State was 11.6 bushels per acre. Lanier, was appointed to select another '' ,

Cement Sidewalks however saying that it escaped from a : I route for the propo8e7"Nrojnl south from
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t i cirrus in that neighborhood several ; Fort Pierce has a live improvementclub Campbell's Station to the Point. I
: years ago. It is a water python. The which is doing good work for that I,I -

'''capture was effected by Herr Von Moa town. The annual report| recently appeared ; The appointment of a county enumerator I

: PRICES RIGHT TERMS REASONABLE I sher, faunal! naturalist' of Miami. j jI in the Ft. Pierce papers. A was left to Chairmni.. Iesie\, I

.. .... i: good' lyceum course .w-as maintained The place trays HO little that tl..r.wl'rl' rYr

'' 4, Phone 222Jk I In Petersburg, Va., Monday June 24, ': luring the past season and .home money no applicants for it. This should lie a I

:241fl0'a a memorial window to the Confederatedead was actually made on the venture ; the I pointer to .members of the legiilature. -
of Florida was presented to Hlund- hall has been paid for and other good i The gathering of agricultural

'ford church by tll eState ot Florida. work done. Wonderful things can be I! statistics is a matter of great Import.
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'- The organizations taking part were theLadies' accomplished for the common good in ance to the county at this stage of its

Memorial Association, the Petersburg any town when the people are united growth. ,
l of the Confederacy and determined.
chapter Daughters *- :

i and A. I' Hill camp of Confederate : The grand jury prevent in regard to H : $.
I , veterans The window was Titusville shows many Mfrns of better vault for the county records was
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TURPENTINE BUSINESS unveiled by MiasJulia; Maxwell of I'cn- growth. During the p: "t twelvemonths read I. and .action ,deft, n.'I.'r"\ Join .1

I Haoola. a descendant of Kev. Jobn Cameron some $4O.O lltJ have been nnest- ton called the attention of the <'nminsioners ,

who: was the first rector of Bland ed in new buildings. Most of them that the vault room .it ]pre" nt

n ford (church and thcpresentationof.. the were residences. ranging in juice from was insufficient! to take cani: .' 1111 t

: FOR SALE window was made in an address by $2,000: ) to $4Hill( each Thi- showing is books now in use

A lion. Emmett Wilson, congressmanelectfrom a line one. I -
\\'. (1;. r Campbell's p..t tiliou far, abridge
the Third district and a grandson !I 209The
.L of Senator Maxwell who was a memberof Fort Lauderdale is; to have a volun- over Mill's slough wa-'granted<
the Confederate congress and after teer fire department equipped with am- upon| the condition that rur.il; mute be Qualityof

The ple apparatus nd facilities for fightingfire established.
{' 15,000 Acres Land and Timber in fee simple the war a supreme court judgo. ,
rl effectively. The business section -
of
: window bears the coat of arms Florida -
'"r 3,000 Acres Round Timber, and bears this inscription : "Florida of the town was recently wiped out Pistol license was granted to Sherman f

70,000 One Year Boxes, dedicated this window to the glory of almost entirely by l tire. The disaster Warren and Lawrence Silas

i 140,000 Two Year Boxes; God and in sacred memory of her Con- has brought the people to a knowl- KORRECT

I 85,000() Three Year Boxes, federate dead. To them which sat in edge of their unpreparedness for suchan The notary bond of Minnie Rogers

the region and. shadow of death light is emergency. was approved SHAPE!
24,000 Four Year Boxes, -
sprung up.
1 40,000 Five Year Boxes.. Rev Sam... While:. state evangelist Modern Up to Date Home.No. .

Work has actually begun on the trans- for the Christian churches in Florida, 164-.S.n; < >. New, modern .MX- Oxfords is
\ 50 Shanties
I: t Everglades railroad from Tampa to resigned that position recently and accepted room cottage bath lavatory, hot and I I

I oi.J. 4 Dwellings Fort Lauderdale. Cdnstruction began the pastorate of the new Christian cold water electric lights, beautiful well known.

\ ; 25-Bbl. Still and Fklure.s from Tampa June 26. The line will be church at Savannah, Ga. He be- expensive mantels new furniture., nice

%, ''t it, I 1 Pump and Boiler one of the strajghtest in the country. gan his work in the Georgia city July 1. rugs. House furnished complete, ready

''i1Y'I' /. : 1 Cooper Shop and Tools There are few obstacles in the way of I for occupancy. Large lot, 83x147 feet,
.1 construction and for miles and miles E. B Duncan, of Marion county, 'exj on which are twenty full be'aring.or .
>f1.\> . 8 Mules the road will be an air line. It will be j hibited beans of an extraordinary {ange trees. Located in three and a 'Why L,:'

.3 Horses known as. the Atlantic, Okeechobee. & length and quality in Ocala a few days],half blocks of the postoffice, on beau-. \ ., .. \, .. '. "
.,. .' 3 Wagons and .Harness Gulf. ago., They were twenty inches long,of tiful Verona street,.in the very' best You; "

:. ."f.. 3 Sadu'les and Bridles e 1 pod, and the Ocala Star affirms that neighborhood. Call and let us show I

1 Two members of the Keiser family, they were also good eating.I you this beautiful home. Terms on
I **J? 2 Commissaries and Stock of Goods should
living near Orlando were struck by part of purchase price, if desired. buy at
2 Telephones and Five Miles of Wire. (lightning June 27. The bolt struck a I Editor Frank Harris landed in Savannah 24-tf H. M. BREAKER; & Co.

tree in the yard and killed a dog that at Yamacraw and thought that he WHIDDEN'SWhen

Good location on the main line of the A. C. L. was chained to the tree. Deflected, it was in Savannah, when he concludedthat Choice Vacant Lot.

R. R. Healthy location and a good place to keep went through the house. scorching' the fir filth and dilapidation it had the No. 470-This choice lot is located \

j plenty of laborers; plenty of labor now on the woodwork in several places and stunning call on Charleston. Editor Harris was one block west of the court house on .
the mother and a daughter. Nei- afoot when he was reaching this con- Emmett street in best resilient sec you buy a pair of

place. ther was seriously hurt. clusion and there's no telling what he tion. Has frontage ot 7:1:! feet on tm
Korrect Oxfordsyou
We offer this business for the next ninety days might have written about Savannah if mett street extending back H7A feet. Shape i
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d for $10.00 per acre, including everything it this An old oak tree in Tallahassee was a friend hadn't happened along with an Few orange and grapefruit trees on have the.satisfaction

schedule. recently felled. When it tumbled down automobile and given him a ride over the lot. On sewer and water lines. A of knowing that you

..w -. --_ --_ _ .- --. --- "_. .-- -- -- .- -- ----- S-iine gold ..watch! tumbled. ; out of its the real Savannah-loveliest of Southern bargain at $(!>lo.) (<> I '
15' pocket a hollow. The time piece-was Cltteg. The Ocala Manner containsan :?:nr -.._- -ir.: M. HreakeF( & Co; are getting every-ounce +
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y hidden there years ago, no doubt. Some interesting account of the trip. of value and comfort
New Bungalow.
'; time prior to this happening another
ey ; ir r that is possible to put :
Tallahassee tree was found to containa The Methodists of Lakeland recently I No. 461-New 5-room bungalow' tin

I number of silver dollars. resolved to build a church at Dixielandin lot 60x142 feet located within three into a pair of shoes. it

H. M. BREAKER & CO. I one day. So they gathered, and the I blocks Broadway, the main business i

4 1r Editor Jordan of the Punta Gorda presiding elder drove the first nail and street and in one block of Osceolu .

'" Herald, who holds the championshipbelt I the brethren went to work. In spite of I high school. Price $1.400.

[ for the narration of fish yarns, can the fact that it rained intermittently 24tf H. M. Breaker & Co. L. M.WHIDPEN

', not escape the respdnsibility for a story during the day the work was practi- I

----- which appeared In his paper while he cally accomplished-so much In fact, I Truck farm for Sale. I
was attending the Baltimore conventionas that the building of the house of I
{ No. 467.-$3,000 secu'res a six-room
a delegate. The most thrilling nar ship was assured. Another
Files a Bane of Life In Africa. I Her Yearning wor'l cottage located on lot containing{ too
of the published in unity of and
.' rative season was purpose
i House flies are prevalent In South Little Marjorie Louise leaned on acres of land, within three blocks of
the Punta Gorda Herald last week. It complishing; results. the center of the This IH a fine
Africa during the months of October, her grandmamma's knee and gazed city. & CO.THE
November December, January and into space with a particularly soulful detailed the capture of two porpoises bya garden proposition, with two artesian .
FVbruarjr. As screen doors and windows expression. "Oh, grandmother" (her young man of that town and how he Two rival committees of the Tampa and cultivated wells on the should property, it properly for the

'si' I are unknown there, the houses burst out, suddenly "1 just long to trained them to draw his boat throughthe Board of Trade recently added 66 per place within, crops two years. A pay cash propo- SHOE OUTFITTERS I
fi e are oiled with flies. Fly paper is now grow up and be a big lady and have water with motor: boat speed. They c- nt to the"membership of that body- sition.
N ,t. i' being used extensively. corns!"Harper's Basar. responded to the reins like horses and the losing side had to Vset 'em up" to 18-tf H. M. BREAKER & Co. j

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t, We are offering on the wholesale market 20,000 acres of magnificent Florida "muck" and prairie lands situated in the upper St. Johns River Valley [

r2 l and the Kissimmee River Valley. These grades of I land sell retail at sight being beautifully level and contain few trees and-no undergrowth. Therefore

#i-il there is practically no clearing-no stumps to remove no palmetto to grub-they are ready for the plow right now. If you desire a high class I

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FLORIDA DECREASE and Spoil Ruin for County That.
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Nell ectl 'Thorn. HOMES
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. Grocery CompanyWholesale The plain people of the land are familiar .'-. --..-.--. ..... .
All l Others Show Great Gains with the truths of hlitory..They .

'. a know the past Tb y realize We have for sale a splendid 20 acre farm About one mile .
that often difference between good
and Retail Dealers InGROCERIES- from the county seat; has rich, dark soil
Interesting Information Con roads and bad roads i la the difference very productive,

tained] in Late Census between. profit and lose.- Good about half''in: cultivation; new house, stables,some fruit planted
roadi
Bulletin. bare a 'money value far out. Splendid proposition. Price $1500. i
beyond our ordinary conception.Bad .
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1f ---- roads constitute our greatest
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., The statistical department of the Bureau drawback to internal development BUSBY FARM-We also have In the same neighborhood -

.. y .. 'of the Census has issued a bulletin and material progress.: Good 20 acres of f land; '16 acres in fine state of cultivation

,11"' la WE SELL WE BUY showing the results' of the census taken road roads mean mean abandoned prosperous farms farmers, sparsely ; bad fenced and cross' fenced 4 acres hog tight for pasture with

in April, 1910; as to Florida. I settled running; water about 1J 1
country districts, fad congested : acres of bearing orange
i HAY HIDES 'At the time the census was enumerated populated cities where"the I 5 room box hbuse. porches; several grove;
Florida had but 47 counties. The poor are destined to become poorer. different out buildings,
f. GRAIN FURS county of Pinellas was created by the Good roads mean more cultivated I chicken house, chicken sheds; 2 grape arbors lots of guavas,

I FERTILIZERS legislature of 1911, hence 'that countyis farms and cheaper 'food products for I peaches Japanese persimmons, plums berries and various '

WOOL> not considered in the government the toilers In the towns; bad roads other fruits; a fine line of beautiful live oak trees surrounding
SHINGLES mean poor transportation, lack of
AND document. communication, high prices for the the house also pretty palms, nice cedars, magnolias, and soft
ORANGE BOXES The total for Osceola county is 5.507,
: necessaries of life the loss of untold : maple about the house. About 2 miles from the center of '
the per cent of increase over the figuresof
ALL millions of wealth, and. Idle workmen' town. This f
place be
ORANGE WRAPS can purchrsed for $2500
1900 being 51); ).9. The town of Kis- on favorable a
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seeking employment. Good roads wIll
VEGETABLE CRATES COUNTRY simmee is put down at 2.IJ7. It must help those who cultivate the soil and terms of payment. ,,

1 .' be remembered however that the cen- feed tbe"*multitude, and whatever aids !

CRATE. NAILS PRODUCE. sus was taken more than two years ago, the producers of our country will In. FLEMING HOME-Contains 5 acres of rich fertile land
and the figures do not represent the crease our wealth and our greatness
about 40 'I
younacitrus fruit
population of the town at this time bya and benefit all the people. We cannot trees besides peaches, grapes, -
We sell field and garden seeds of all kinds. goodly figure. The population is now destroy our farms without final decay. different kinds of berries fine line of ornamental shrubbery

We give special attention to fitting out hunting and camping estimated 84, 4,000. In rapidly growing They are tbday the heart of our national and nice flowers in the .front yard; splendid 6 room house, .! .J

towns like Kissimmee the government material life cr and atneB8.the chief Tear source down of every our porch in front and on one side, outbuildings, deep well' of pure .
parties.Free
delivery In city limits. Phone No. 12;; figures are calculated to do them more edifice in our cities and labor will re soft water.- This property can be had for $2100, is inside 4
clrculaiand harm than good. People have a way of build them but abandon the farms the city limits. "" "
we are county agents for good fertilizers. Ask! us for .
relying on information furnished by the
and our cities will disappear forever.
prices on fertilizers. government. Mere estimates do nqt I take an abiding Interest In this --- 1

satisfy the person who is looking for all-absorbing question for better highways We have on North Main St. a magnificent' home located '

Investment. This is a cue to the city by some plan It can be done on 83 by 155 feet of ground, 8 room house with 2 bath rooms '
council. A enumeration shouldbe honestly, economically and constitu- :
census lots of closets 2 fire
places, splendid porches out
buildings ;
authorized by the city. tionally. I am not- committed to any ; .
The land area of Osceola county is pet scheme. I have no vanity In the I I is convenient and comfortable All in first class condition; ,g,

matter. I care not who gets the gloryso garage buggy shed, stable, wood shed
servants house
1,773 square miles, and the density of etc; 3 .
long as the people get the results.I I t
FERTILIZERS is 3.1 to each nice bearing orange trees beautilul shades '
\k. LEACHING OF Deputation persons square am for the cause and In the fight on all sides of the \
mile. Hence there is much room yet tobe i house. This splendid
to stay. Good roads mean progressand property can be purchased for $3500 '
filled--space for several thousandsmore prosperity, a benefit to the people I on favorable terms of paymet. Best reasons for selling. 1

people in this county. i I II who live In the cities, an advantageto 'I. ..
I The total land.l area of the State is the people who live In the coun- .<---

PHOSPHATESProf. I 54,8(51( square miles, and the density of try, and it will help every section of .! COTTAGE HOME Here we-have a very pretty home \ "

I population for the State is 13.7. our vast; domain. Good roads like with a beautiful view of the lake 6 nice rooms 3 porches, (: 'J
I good streets, make habitation along '!
I Thus Osceoli county is considerablybehind house in good condition comfortable, pretty East
yard
front
G lbs of them most desirable they enhance \
Blair's experiments at Gainesville show that ;
of the other counties. It
Borne beautiful
Ihal'ln't | the value of farm lands facilitate view of the lake, good neighborhood. Price $1500
16 per cent XupcrpliuKfjhale will replace all loss of this ele- nearly as to the I ,
t many persons (
\ transportation and add untold wealth terms if desired.
ment in the drainage waters from one acre for one year. square mile an it should have to keen I I to the producers and consumers of "II''
Hilgard. the world's greatest authority on soils gives an {
with the growth in other sections.
puce i the country; they are the milestones
average of leaching!: from ten soils which could be replaced by The next decennial census will show u I I marking the advance of civilization; I BROWN FARM-40 acres of land a quarter mile- from t

r;;i Us. SupcrphpsprlfCOSt l 15 clnls.NITRATES. !I great increase undoubtedly, as the activity they economize time, give labor a lift, railway] station. 200 yards from school and church4; room

'i in land. l sales will inevitably bring I and make millions in money; they house:; 1 2-or ]14 acres in cultivation; several beaf'inaoranae 1
about different results. Florida is a save wear and tear and worry and :!
I sparsely nettled State and this augurs I waste; they beautify the country, trees. most all excellent citrus fruit land. Prices $40 per :4-:
I bring It In touch with the city; they acre, favorable terms of payment.
This loss is heavy in warm wet weather unless there are well for the future. The average num aid the social and the religious and 1

growing crops to take .p the Nitrates as soon as formed. Let bf r of persons per square mile in the the educational and the Industrial

the [i/rass a/id n-ccifn if row orcr' summer, as the plant.food taken : continental United States in lylO was progress of the people; they make '' In the same neighborhood we have 71 acres of land 100 k',:

up by them will later be returned to the soil in even better condition I 30.9.Lee i j better homes and happier hearth I yards from the depot, convenient to school and church; nice 5 .."...
than before. I county with -II'll( : square miles is '! sides; they are the avenues of trade; .f
acre
I orange grove. 1 12 or 15 acres more cleared and f',
t ready to
the largest county Florida, and Holmes the highways of commerce, and mall
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POTASHProf. with 458 square miles is the smallest. I routes of Information, and the agencies plant to oranges 4 room house stables; excellent land, 25 I
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I I Duval county has the highest density of j of speedy communication; they I acres of which is fine for citrus fruits balance lies lower in .

I any county being 95.6 persons to the mean the economical transportation .I the artesiah belt excellent for farming and ..
Blair's experiments and Hilgard's researches agree as (i of marketable products-the maxi trucking. This .Jl..Jl.I
j to the waste of this element-that from one acre in one year it square' ; mile, and Lee has the lowest mum burden at the minimum cost; splendid property has a very bright and prosperous future. '."

equals 25 Ibs. of High Grade Sulphate of Potash which costs. with 1.6 to the square mile. ; they are the ligaments that bind the Price $5.00O time on $3,000 if desired. t.q
62i cents. Only three counties in the State country together In thrift and industry .
I showed a decrease of population as com and Intelligence and patriotism;
Write us for particulars. pared with the census of litOO.! ()() These they promote social Intercourse, pre We have many other farms, ranches orange groves and

I counties were Hamilton, Leon and Wa- vent Intellectual stagnation and increase city property for'sale. Correspondence solicited. I J )

WILSON & TOOMER FERTILIZER CO. kulla, the percentages of decrease be- the happiness and the prosperIty *

ing 0.5, 2:3,.and 0.7, respectively. of our producing masses; they
contribute to the glory of the coun-
.. Jacksonville Fla.. try,' give. employment to our Idle NELSON REALTY" .
'. :YOUNGEST CLERK workmen distribute the necessariesof : COMPANY -
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I. . ." I I'.' life-the products of the fields and
the forests and.the. factories-encourage Over Citizens' Bank KISSIMMEE, FLA.

Osceola County's Example of Young < energy and husbandry Inculcate _
Jove for our scenic wonders and -- -- f
Man in Politics.Of .
make mankind better and greater and

George N. Saunders late considerable attention has grander and broader. .\............. ....................................................
been Rived to the prominence of young Good roads are the arteries of Indus- : tI /r
BOAT BUILDER I men in politics and their acquiring of I trial life of a great and powerful peo WHAT IT "MEANS!
ple. Good roads make a good coun i 101l1 People do not know who'
various offices. Baok'o('apll.ll.for or the dUrar..o. ...- % t
try. In a government such as ours : tween bauk of IItt1.or DO capital and one with a terge oapll..l. /
for Ferro" Osceola county is proud in the
Agent and "Eagle" Engine having i /
all sorts of men and women are moreor A BAMC'S CAPITAL AND SURPLUS ',.
-[.< rinni atolls Fin btlo..lhor- youngest court clerk in office today. less absolutely dependent'IIpon the i In 1 h6 fond that protrcu the depoMtora from IOM, thereto the larger U ll ma I Igreater
Robert G. Johnston was appointed Feb. protection the depositor hive fbi bank haa a
KISSIMMEE
TN. [NdNTN.T. AStE EO Ni.GM. FLORIDA best and speediest means of communication Capital .. .
15 by Governor Gilchrist to (fill the and transportation. If you j Hnrplui rood of. .., ,...,1\/M..ooo IMO DO Ofl
---- -- -- .. Stockholder' liability ... .. ........
I -'- -- ------ unexpired term of A. E. Donegan, say that good roads will only help the 6O.UUO 00 /:

who resigned in order to enter the farmer I deny It. The farmer who S A total of------------------------------- 111)0000-00 ; ;
state senatorial Mr. produce the necessaries of life are / Tbl. me.DO that we must I..e Iaoooo.oo before our .
race. Johnston, depositor eo.ld '_ a
c..ot. This protection 10 low 4
Dm :. LOWS.; iNSlHJiCE .:/ 06EJICY or "Pat" as he Is familiarly known to less dependent than the millions and . YOU 'f.f LSTATEB .
cub :: =
all in the county. is among -the- moat millions of people who live In our NK'-OF'KISSIMMEE'-h----1.- -
les. The lives of the latter depend .
The Oldest and Largest Insuran e in Osceola popular men around the courthouse, very : -0P-/ i
I FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT Agency County having established this standing by his on the farmers-the producersof / 1 ft4.:',........__. PLOr71 A. =
HEALTH the necessaries of life. The most "
t PHONE IIS 3tf uniform courtesy and gentlemanly 'superficial investigation of this sub C. A. CARBON President' JOHN\1ce-Pr..Id.Dt M. LEB S. a>. CARBON j ,

I, V & ----- .--=-------------. -- -_ -_ -- ---- and bearing.retiring"Pat"but has in exceedingly a mind of his modest own are ject more will clearly Important prove to that the good consumers roads /............................................................Cmehl.r.......t= ) ,

when circumstances warrant its asaer theft, they are to the producers of
tion. Mr. Johnston was only 25 years the country. ....:..................... c'
i. old when appointed. He was born in The fathers of the republic wisely yr.

CITIZENS BANK 0 ? KISSIMMEE Nebraska and came to Kissimmee six- recognized the Importance of this Alt EMIL Standard MACH Oil C.../ ERNEST MACH : f' i iEverything
teen years ago with his parents. His question. Washington and Jefferson ,.

; Organized April 2d.1, 1910 term will expire Jan. 1, 1913 when advocated good roads and projectedthe : MACH: .
construction of a great highway EE..OS.
John Overstreet will step into office."Pat" .
DEPOSITS from the capital to the Mississippi
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.'t April Dec 3IM 2nd., I9IO.1910..2I.BOO.OO I2O.244.43 having will then been resume admitted his law to the practice bar tbe valley.early The days far-seeing of our national statesmen existence of + iyery, Feed and Sale Stable :

Dec. 311... 1911,I72.26O.2S; June 14, 1911, and the short intermission championed and passed measures t'r
Agt. International
preceding his appointment as clerk to better the means of transpor- Harvesting Co.3E3UA.tTXjZ.tsrG.. .
\ To entrust your banking business to us means that you will receive demonstrated that he possessed unusual tation. They knew that of all human ".'
every consideration nuistent with gord sound .A.JL XJ:2.'Toa:: : I3F.AVZC: 9
conbervatlve .
banking.A. .
legal acumen, having proved an exception agencies< the one which has done most . .

E. UONEC AN. President W. A. SMITH, Cashier to the usual briefless barrister."Pat" for civilization has been the building new and first class. We render .
of good roads-the >rtdgment of distances' prompt and
is also farmer .
and j
a grower, be- satisfactory service i
Directors: A. F. Donegan Pres. the shortening( of time-In the' day or night. .
I H.M.| Pfann let V. P.. ing interested in grove properties. All 1
" C. W. Dann 2nd V. P., A. W. Winn L. H' Cohoon, F. W. Hall, facility of communication. They realized I
all the future : ONE -J-f'ALF BLOCK
C. D. Carroll.! I in is rose-tinted_for him. the necessity of good-roads, how I FROM PASSENGER DEPOT .

important they were to the country, Kissimmee, Fla. Phone 113 T
i Splendid investment to Its growth and Its development; .

i, No. 466.-It certainly is exasperating and to mankind, morally, physically .................... ...... '

),. :. J JOHN B. STETSON to seean of Intellectually and Industrially.
UNIVERSITY I opportunity making big, WILLIAM SULZER.
LINCOLN HULLEY, Ph. D., Lltt. D., LL. D.. President I quick money, and then not be able to ,r.a.A. ..aua. ....- -- ---:- --.... ....--- ;

THE BEST SCHOOL r'oV'oooB FOR YOUR CHILDREN take hold of It. We can't buy all the Division Extraordinary.At .c ,

Send Them to Stetson. Fall Term Begins: Sept. 28 good things we see, and.l we are willingto the Zoological park it became Livery Feed and Sale StablesALL

46 Prafeaaora and Inatructora College at Liberal ArU pass them along to our friends. necessary to cut down a largo tree. A ,
17 University Building College of Law Here's a surejone-113 acres all plattedand log about twenty feet long was one of .I
28 Acre Campo. 1'olleg.of Technology the director f .
the reBultDr. -
Hornaday
ftM fitudenta Laat Year College of BuaineaT ready for sale in five and ten acre KINDS,
I.OOO.OOO.OO 00 Volume In Endowment2U Library Preparatory Academy tracts, located within/ ly4 miles of our I gave orders to one of the work- ..a OF HEAVY HAULING .. .
sib: BOO .Oran Normal School I men, a stalwart Irishman to split the ... A SPECIALTYI '
School of Mechanic Art passenger depot, on and in close '
10 Law Laboratoriaa for Rei....,. School I of Mode proxImity log. with a small charge of dynamite .I .. _
Unaurpaaaad Gtanaral Equipment School of Fin.ArU to the best hard road in Osceola Into two halves and scoop out. each .a New supply of Agent for the ,0 '
Separate tlon and Dormitories thoronah npenrlalon.for )0...: _.. and yonne; "0.'._. Arefnl. .4..tra- county. We are offering the tract in a half for a trough< to be used In feeding Runabout Rubber-tire Quean City Buggies and \. ...
ChrlatUn and not etarl.. ..ac"'..
For Catalocs or....1...., for Information, or for room reaervatlon. add...> body at a very attractive price. No some of the animals. Later. the day 3.I Buggies r Carriages '
JOHN B. STETSON DELAND further expense necessary to place It the son of Erin appeared at the direc 3I Phone
UNIVERSITY FLORIDA on the market In small tracts. See us. tor's office much excited and stammered I I 199 B. A. McADOO P199e 41

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1 1i Proceedings of the them. The clerk was Instructed to advertise -

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Is Sent Complimentary( County Commissioners Record. .1 I domes and Investments

<(> The Florida fine Company' bid for .

the lease of the county cori fta.. on

Parties receiving this paper who: are not I motion of 0.. R.. Bass, was doTy'i ac,

4 regular subscribers, must not think that it is Kissimmee Fla.. June 3, 1912. I cepted. . ',0: )I in Dixieland -

The Board of County Commissioner Road superintendent -- .
& was instructed
the intention of the publishers to later demand mend for the county of Osceola, Stat. to get the .
specifications for the grade
: -A of them the subscription price, as it is of Florida, met In regular esion 'on I! through the' large sawgrass pond on '

the above date, there being; present E.!: the road leading south from Campbell Having implicit faith in the} future of Kisslmmee. we have 1
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mailed to them complimentary by our Board j L. D. Overstreet, A. F Bass, O. R.,,r and have clerk advertise for bids for;;: made it our home. We have built up a business of which we feel

of County Commissioners for the purpose Bat and W. S. Pesrce, commissioner; I the construction Ot said work. proud, and trust by honest, fair dealings merit a continuance

acquainting them with the ''advantages I Van! Agnew & Crawford, attorney for Notary bond of R. E. Willis, with of a large portion of the real estate business in this section.! If

J I many 'the Board, and R. G. Johnston, clerk. Fidelity and Deposit Company of Mary you desire a home in the most favored section of Florida for the
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and opportunities this town 'and county offer Hon. E. 1* Lesley chairman of the land as sureties, was examined and ap. smallest price that property can be secured for, we invite you to ;

the homeseeker. The paper will be mailed a board being absent, Mr. E L. D. proved. call on us. .. J

weeks Overstreet was chosen chairman p.ro 'The clerk was also notified to give We offer Va ant Resident Property, !Improved City Property :

few to any person whose name is given tern.Minutes notice in a county paper that the board Truck Farms, Orange Groves. and Colonisation Lands at

us, and if they should desire to receive it regularly of last :meeting were read at its next regular meeting' would accept I lowest prices to be obtained.

and approved.
i - thereafter we would be glad to J i the books ot the county assessor
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The following bills were examined: for the ( II
them on our subscription list at the regular approved.and warrants ordered! drawn :: I All purpose of equalizing the taxes. / ..o. 501-An attractIve home in PIne- No.4'J'I: : Large lot on which locate d
.. persons having complaint* to make dale This prupcrty i IS. just oulftldu' ,] or one jeven-niom and one three-room a
rates.Notice. r. I I. 1.("*!" ). < .Ifl guL.w.t.3.u l T. I 'I It.. ( are requested to file them with the city limits) on hluli uioiind. lIiii.is ."- house. Large house is lighted with
K L I I' Ov".c.t. OtninUN And mllt '*> '
A K Hni. e.ge. I. clerk or before the board at its meet-I two-story and contains I cli/M, i I'oIlii'4. electricty, has toilet and kitchen sink,
00 I ing on July 1. all ulasU>red and hard oil] HnUli, two small house also has sink and toilet. we
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Bu.o. 13 porches, line\ well iliul I are barn.J'hU will sell this IIH a whole or separately.
\\ s pvnri'C .:o fIr'l' Upon motion, duly seconded, the house ig loc'utecl on a Ii"'C-ItiO( This property in well located, will
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adjourned to meet again in regular tract with. Ix-autlful ,'ieof the city 10 per-cent on investment If rented.
1 R. ', Johnston riff k ami auditor. '.7 0111) session. I'I and lake. Land Is a.lupied' to cititis }Price of both houses $2,000.
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C: \'rv\m\tf\ .rv J 11 . I z '..II, I R. G. JOHNSTON, I be )had for trucking..J30U: / () on Thin very priipeitv). favorable!) No. 4l4-F'iiie'tract: of 40 acres, just fr.
I (, V Parkerouutr Ju'<1tf :I" '5)fllflld
'I Clerk.cIILJ termsVI1I I I I intrucfiici
> -iistoinri' to hort distance
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I K ..) .'I.-!"!'huli'-i i> i>h deal dlM.ct.I Shingle Creek road. Close
to
Automobile Owners splendid
Aro, .i.>) Hii)) t ]1'.K.r farm '.-' ''k''
: : high' school churches and market. Price
I im/i'lie .,iiillnir' ":* ""' !:
| i DIRECTORY No. 463 (
4000.A beautiful six- $: J"utn.I.I.rtllt.nll.. ) 21\ 'If 6W room cottage, new and up to date, as si red. -',
Section 6212, page 176 of the Session A. l Oroirrj) Co, mu:e lei-'l : IV 11 1 I bestos root, all modern conveniences
0 \\ A.lllhul., road pity roll 4>.') li j bath room, toilet, two lavatories, hot No. 437- We are offering some very
Laws of 1911 imposes State and County Cr"Hr\. l>ni\r']|iiif prjHOlii-rn:! 7" 'I" APTIST. and cole) water, cabinet mai.tcl. electric desirable resident lots, located three

.R I i. Jolinxtuii.) .poHCiii-. reci.nl. DOM nut- T'. i"> j lights. House furnished complete including blocks from Court !House. on nice high
license tax upon all automobile owners ,. ". ,ueiiy' courtn) $i- 17 :. A. J. Holt, D. D., pan tor. piano. Nice flowers and shrubbery elevation. for $;:1(1($('. Alley in rear of all

or whether I, I 1'"IIru..t I & I i.). otl"( .,.. .("1'1" ie... '.I 1 Sunday- ,' in yard Large: lot fronting 147 these lots. (Cash or short time.. Let
I operators, Automobiles are II & u II.IT. \\. )hl..k. I (0.> Bible School ..9.45a.. m. feet on Verona street extending buck us how von those IcitaNo .
used for hire These license H. MiH.I I) i c i mmt) ..l' tin :." I I. : 117 feet deep. A home de
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use. -
c' I .Irtvtitt. i, irl < "".(" "1 ,", :I, Preaching 11 a. m. and 7.15'p.' m. I lightful location. Terms can [be arranged :; aOAn/ attractive home in Pine-

) taxes must be paid on or before July I I y ") .td.,'r .. l ,- ,I| li. Y. B. U. 6:45: : p. m. on half of purchase price' ,dale. This proprrty is just outside of

., )He.'nmn l'irr Mln"Ji.lni '-* .11 ommunion-2d Sunday. i Property must be seen to be appreciat, city limits)) on high ground. House is
1st. I Informations will be filed against ,,.' .\nlIr.Il.., ( ,. '"' Monday- (alter 3rd Sunday . ed. Let us show it t,> >ou. two-story aol) contains eight rooms, all
j 1 II/MI I, KIM.-.. I .. I ) plastered) and hard oil finish, two
': t nil persons 011 that date who have not l-.l. .II.. '".. ', .1. ;1 1I I 'Woman's Miss. Union-Devo. :Up. m. .r'No., 309. Splendid new 6-room house, porches( / line, well and large: barn. This

_j), procured said license. I /. I ....'..r.. .. '1 :" 1n""dayafter( 1st Sunday) just inside city limits' fine deep well house IK located. cm a live-acre tract,
I M I H"< l Il ir i-. '' Worn. :Miss. Union-Social. 3 to "pm lot contains two acres of ground good with beautifnliev I of the city and
:L W. B. CRAWFORD, J I, I Hi"t7aQII.'< ''"I"I Thursday I new barn, wagon and, buggy shells) all lake. I Lund IK adapted to .citrus fruits
I J h /ll..... : '"' under good: new fence. Fine lot-ation) anil trucking: 'Ihis property can be
Prosecuting Attorney. < Iny >..4iii-.. "n. jr .. 0 Praji-r meeting 7:00:( f p. m. | for email truck garden or poultry ranch had for $:ltNI: ' on \'ery favorable terms.

JA \2nl "". 'I Visitors always welcome. this is a line proposition" whore jou will Will introduce customer( to) owner and
J'lhnV) | )limn .' '. I will have the freedom of the- country, let them deal direct.

r II I 1.1<" .II m. nn'r, u..l-i, \ : 1 1J I yet close enough to .enjoy, all the advantages
-. I. H..IH.,."" '. 4 .'KhSIlYTKRlAN.- of the city such\ as spU-ndid :No; ,'!lOa- Small farm inside) of city

__ ___ ___ ___ ___ C I IJuiilx I..111-,,,.-.,,rt . I S. S. Snder high school best m.irkfts, churches.. limits'I. his property consists of a fiveii .
U I I<" h..rt''H'. '' I ,1., pastor. etc. Price $Icl(). < re' t trat within a ijuarter of a mile of
:N".k.r. Wh Sunday School 9..4"1.. m. A. S. I )Osc-eola' I High I School. Small I house fine

: I J,.,. .TI.ln -. I 0 pl"ol1.. "u 1'''1'111' h'nj'nt., FI) V K; city Iota on which in locatc-d a four-i inch I Mowing/ well I I, land all I i in cultivation I .i-

FOR SALE (1... >-<.1 1I..I".r.. Co i.liimnitiijK I-I "II Church)! Service-11 a. m. a'l'7.'\ .:5 II I 1.1<\\ ...n linl-i. 1 ," Christian j I of the lake, ccxil brcc'7fs This prop- .this diieetion lots will '.on command a
Dndi-avor (f. I Ij::; '
11.IIr'iii U' tin IIIHIIItHIIIIIIX.''' .I.. p. m. erty is located close to the proM<,-(11 good price if owner, should/ ( I I' ITllRll) 1. klllK( )I'ON I" P folmBUlll.' I' Priijcr and Hiblc! wtudjIhurpday 7.m:i() elc-c-tric line on high lt-\ c-l lots. A I limeto i Mub-div i Ic und sell I i it for residence -

Ki'..y I nmlur ''" tumlx :I.; '". p.m. i, bargain at $160)i.; ) Iet us show you this. purposes Price $IIH( ).

\ \\ It M .kln>'.n f.. rot. 1 1i'l 1'10',l- I'' Visitors most cordially mvited to'all property!
; 859 Acres Muck and ,., i :T No. :.ttCI( !) Fine
Prairie Land HI-- \ \\'IC'\ III' u <'.rks. r< imir rISI. ] ni liyO" I services. garden and poultry
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No. : 2iA very coin I Har I I Co, roH'l '((11'II 11 4..S place contains I twoacres
cottage, located within one block of newrcx) ; house
\\.11 Vut ". ..'nork '"I 'in >m with porches
Osceola. county court house, best m front and side
A.I -I IIII"1 ."' in residence one ; fin. artesian weltwith
This beautiful tract of land
is situated on three METHODIST. section of city. House is. new, on Choice
I lakes, viz: Loke Lake Jose 11. T. Games celled throughout; city water; lot 73x147f for small truck
Myrtle. and LaKe l.n' l II rniCo.. ni'lne(( fur" )i.rla'mer k 1 11 1I II I', pastor. or |poultry farm. The
... 'L Sunday School at 9.41 frrl. Price $1,250." Let us show land if subdivided into lots is worth the
Bullock. It is only a short distance from TaKe I \1 I lirou .d uork l 'H : a. m -J. L. this cottage.
asked
kin., ) Tel n, rom. ) April uri/J ,Ill II.) I 1-' 1 t'. Overstreet, supeHrTTehdent.Preaching price without any improvements.
Preston and Lake Gentry. It is adjacent to the Osr.foM I PIta rm.,. drnu I VI. I We are' offering: thin property for "
services 11 a. and 7:30 j BUSINESS LOCATIONS/ ;; $1 l.r V/; terms, nn if desin-d
famous New Eden Plantation and to lands' now It K \\ Illlf. n.i'l\ work '": I m. : | part Thetown 7
O h linn. I 'H' i p. m. No. I lL'2We:!:! have in the heart of the is growing: I in I thin ul II i rod' Inn and

: being colonized by Cincinnati people. Only a short JM: I li.insloii) ordr from Dr I 1I'ko, ) .'-. HI Junior League 2 p. m. business section some very desirable property will enhance in vuluc- very
rapidlj.
distance from Narcoossee and near the new East w. Holton. <'ftre jmuM| -U Senior League We,!. 7.30: p. m. vacant lots which we offer: for sale.
j H C Stanford Co. nl-i- :. ,:4.' I These lots will enhance in \'alu"'t'r ,
Coast R. R. Gen. prayer service Thurs. 7:3O) ORANGE RovE;
: Am.v Hro\\. r HTP paiiinr !-IUe Dank trelRhl on brick Holy communion ever lot Sunday. investment.. Price and full infor- No. Twenty-live-acre: / orange
( For price and terms apply to OioU Hard Co. plllinlilNK).. ) ) -". i !I You are cordially invited to each nf'' mation to interested parties. grove, all under good: fence. Railroadruns

1 Ilpnnr )MulllvHti. IlIfti iiit('naniMApril" '. '.> ': these services. through grove; station adjoining
I r KISSIMMEE EVERGLADES Clll'eim Hank loan lor n'venuifuml ."SI i nn No. 471 A 20-acrehome. This splendid property; good school and church within
I. loan for road luiid I JO"")" 'III' i ii I property lies 2 miles north from quarter mile of property. All crops
I CHaISTIAN.A. town is practically level rich dark gray that can be grown: in Florida do well on
LAND COMPANY i Paid warrants were ordered cancelled<<: I soil with this place If
I II fiqechocolatesubsoil! ; 16 acres you desire a home in
\ I from the various funds in the following M. Chisholm pastor. I cleared and in cultivation, the remaining Florida write or call on us quick as this

ARTHUR E. DONEGAN, Local Representative amounts : : . Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:00: p. m. 4 acres fenced. covered with a good property will not be on the market long .

Revenue. . . . . : . . . .. '.. ,,$ 30H7!> 5(1( (Bible School 9.45 a. m.-C, E. Yowell growth of pine timber with some scat- at the price named. This property we>

..\ Road . . ", . , .',? , < ",01. 118fi;, w) superintendent; J, H.- Harris., assistant tering oak; about In U acres of nice young are Will offering sell as for whole a short time for 12600.
thrifty grove bearing, besides num. a or divided into two '
----. ---'- _.- --- ---- I' Fine and forfeiture' ; .., ., . 3189 4 i superintendent. bt r of fine Japanese persimmon trees, parts 1f desired. . '

1 L A communication from Judge Parker. Christian Endeavor every Sunday some peaches, mulberries, blackberries
1 ; I evening at 600p.: : m. two kinds of grapes and a few banana No. 415-Very desirable vacant lot
relating to the purchase of larger and
a .
The containing th,'
I'raver meeting: and choir practice. every buildings are comfortable, but not "" acres )just outsldj '
b tter safe for the office of the of .. cit I limits
county I<'r..al'alu. consisting or a box i. in 'Vost Kiss-iminee, good
r At Alt; Fountains) 0' judge, was read snd laid over for a future Thursday at 7.15 p. m. house of 5 large rooms porch several place. to I start poultry' I f fin'm or' truck:

meeting for consideration. I (outbuildings I such as grain houses, tool gulden f.lo.... )to rliuifhes)) and school.
and wagon sheds stables e'c One A biiiirain I I at t17'1-" .' us show von
: Notary public bond oj J. H. \Valktr, ] EPISCOPAL.Rev. ieep artesian well anti one surface well. this lot

I&I& with W. H. Walker and W. E. Under- David D. Kidd rector. Thl"I ) land adjoins the finest orange I

I hiliaa sureties, was exammed and ap- I Services every second and fourth Sun-i glove. in the country, growing on Ihj :-0. :3'1 1 1- A :2i-acre() tract located on \j

da vat 11:00: a. m. same kind of land. All kinds of crops in in-1 road, two Millet from depot on
Iv vp proved. I I grow encouragingly: on this land and It !St, Cloud road Property has
Communion good
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Sunday at
Tax Collector filed statement. of poll morning I is the prettiest place for a home in this house and thiee-acre orange 'grove in I
I services. i section of the
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.. taxes collected. SM.OO.: country. There i is a fine bearing. Tins grove will yield from
I' Guild meeting .everv first Tuesday. I I line of forest trees on the outside of )1OM()( ) to 111I:! ( hOJte of orana. "'A."h
_ ; f' iJ .. !'> Tax Collector license report showed -- -- < the fence, with a beautiful nnlm inside year. SuIIIcient land -a-r-aD-.i; ; in;
TDO"YOU I
: amount collected fo* the county, $19.OO. |I of the yard also some thrifty cedar cultivation to Increase j

& [ V Tax coll 'ctor's report of taxes to be I A MEASURE OF MERIT trees' maples magnolias! !live oaks and fifteen. acres, and at grove!same time to twelveor can -:

.15 4 ux 4* c'ollected was all follow : I and several other varieties of shade frees 1tfI: yieldIng anv garden truck desired.
: J. Genezfiiii : I ornamental shrubbery and flowers. If in search. of properly that will bring
$ 1752 02 'We
want to introdue
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W yto owner results this lIADd" at all times. while
:: 4tLiRAEFRUl7! I school . . 186.1( :i 56 of this land and let you buy direct. You extending. new rove, investigate this.
:Wm ': S. S. D. No. 1 72f :.18 Kit immee Citizens Should Weigh Well can buy it at a bargain and on favorable This property is convenient to town

fee juice-01 &this luciou.s-fruitX. } Road' . 210.H 05 This Evidence. terms of payment.No. has-marled road on one side, one end.
ri -lust enough pure /rup to sweeten. Price $- ..20.No. ;
-a dlh ol cracked we. Fine and Forfeiture 701 02 Proof of merit lies in the evidence. 452Twenty acres located in Park
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,-a little fizz 1 S. S. D. No. 2 1.1 228 Gardens; five acres in cultivation, ten 402-Fine r
,,. Convincing evidence in Kissimmee.: 20-acre orange: grove lo
: L-d, I S.S.D.No.3 :H4 36 Is not the testimony of strangers. acres fenced fine 2-inch flowing well. cated inside city limits, close to schoo
: This is conceded
_. _ to be the best tract in and churches
4 S. S. D. No. 4 . This
1.4 21 7Treasurer's : consistof
property
; you have ".* the But the endorsement of Kissimmee Park Gardens owned .
1t mod delightful summer di1K't by a nonresident.who forty acres of land, of
' report showed the follow desires twenty acres ,
everMftaA.r\ I people. to sell. We will furnish which
is in bearing and
c -- I I ing balances on hand in the various you with owner's address and can fruit orgnpe grape-
That's the kind of proof given here- you trees ten acres additional cleared
e .' Tax GRA-FRU COMPAfT "j funds: deal directly with him. The price is at and in cultivation good five-room f
stalement
......S.,A. ..f.1IS Revenue . . . . . . $ 3631 80 The of a Kissimmee citi- tractive and terms can be secured on ; tWQ deep wells.; This is an cottage excellent --
; of
? d : 'j Fine . . . zen.Mrs. part purchase price if desired.No. location, where will have
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School fund . 10405 20 458-Ten
acres adjoining
_ Kissimmee, Fla., says: "I suffered: city advantages. Possession can be securedon
Road limits, on the Orlando hard road. Land I
- -_._---- fund I 3748 51 from backache and short notice. See this proposition
pains through my is fenced
I. > Special fund . . . 71 06 cleared, and ready for the before purchasing.: Price, $9,500; termson
It kidneys and I also had a great deal of plow. The elevation is high. suitable part.

Convict lease 500 60 trouble from the kidney secretions. for citrus fruits and trucking. This ',' i

ir S. S. BUZZL.SON S. S. D. No. 1 : 73 76 Doan's Kidney Pills, which I procuredat property will soon be available for resident -
S. S. D. No.2. . . . 43 !1)1) the Kissimmee purposes as the city is expanding' No. 4li8-Ten acre farm. located three ; ,
Drug Co., relievedme rapidly. A miles from
bargain at 120000. postoffice, under new hog- _
S.S.D. Nt). 3 . . . . 1634 08 of all
these difficulties, and at that proof wire fence, two-room cottage, "
;, Cement and Concrete S. S. I). No.4. . . 526 81 time publicly endorsed them. During No. 459-Five acres inside city, clear- fine artesian well of water 2'M feet

A communication from County Attorneys the? three years that have since passed ed, fenced and plowed, ready for culti deep, between five and six acres cleared -
Work of all Vans Agnew & Crawford was vation. This tract is near the Aultman 75 head of poultry and furniture in
Kinds received: by the board them I nave not lost my faith in this remedyand farm on high ground. $1000.00 takes it. the house goes with the place; all| for '.:
notifying
; ; I shall always be pleased to give it $(KX); terms on part of purchase price :;;
SIDEWALKS A SPECIALTY that the supreme court pf Florida had my endorsement. No. 443-Ten acres located in Park if desired.No. I.

'.'I decided that the County Commissioners Garden, all under good new fence land
,) For sale by all dealers. Price 50
> Residence Phone 58 Mabbette Street had no right or authority to pay the cents. Foster-Milburn Co. plowed fine flowing well. All ready to 473-We have two eight-room' J
Office Phone 132 Buffalo, get on and start a crop without de houses suitable
near Dillingham Ave. county judge a salary as judge of the any for rooming or board
New York, sole for the lay. We offer this
t agents United can ten acres with ing have electric .
_ _ _ __ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ juvenile court. Acting upon said in States. the above improvements for the same water purposes and sewer; they connection:! locatea lights, '..

formation the Commissioners instructed Remember the name-Doan's-and price that unimproved land l js being sold in splendid resident section. Call on us ,

I -----_ H -- --------'----.- the clerk not to rssue Warrant for take no other. for in this tract. Our price $1000.00. and we will show them to you. The
Terms part if
on desired.
: THE STATE UNIVERSITY said salary in the future.S. -- prices are reasonable terms easy.

UINESVIUE FLOIIDA FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE FOB WOMEN L. Lupfer placed pension application Honda Maps.

NEXT ttttlOU OPUS UfTEMIEH THE 17tl. 1912 TILUHtSSEE ot Mrs. Ruth Partin before the 1-

TIM Unlvonrity Frlcrlda oT( .xMltont opportunity board Upon receipt of 25 cents at the H.
for the liberal *nd prdf.utonal. (dilution College of Arts and Sclencee. Normal School' for their approval and same was Valley I L M. BREAKER & CO. I
t of Florida younsr n .nat th. actual coat ot with Klndervarten Department. School of Mu.lc. duly approved.J. Gazette office a pocket map of Florida
< Irrlnv. Rlrh" moral) tun* Scholarly faculty. Baautialbaildinjn. School of Art. School" of E" ...ion. Home Economic :
Attractive campus Naarly WM Department with Extenaion Dlrlakm. Beau E. Rose appeared before the boardin will be mailed to any address in the .
pay ent ImiaaM In attendance during the tiful location baavtiful bulldlnn and flretclaaeequipment United -: Over Osceola
past States. We
behalf of the can also furnish Pharmacy/ :-
. th...,..... I.nader la Athlytiea and other form throughput. Tuition free Other ..zp.o. Champion Bridge Co.,
of etudent aetrrttiea.* Hand for catarorue ... vary low. For Information add..... but as the board had not advertised maps of Osceola county at (1 each, and KISSIMMEE
3 ; (8-8t A. A. MURfHKEB P..... EDWARD CUNRADI. P.... yet will be glad to estimate on sectional maps FLORIDA
for bids for the steel bridge over Canoe of any kind. .

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1 Shingle Creek; Miss Rosa u. Rowe for ,
t MANY ATTRACTIONS No. 19. at and Miss !J Mesas. 100 Acres. "Insure} Your "' 0
Save Greeley, Property"
,. 1VERIBEST I I |I Save Bays 'for No. 6, at Alger.Supt 100 acres. a portion of which Is in the fruit and Truck Land,

7 \ :!!u. l a!! FOR WINTER SEASON W, ;J, Sears was authorized by city payments limits., ,, at R.$50 U.per Waring acre and&: Co.on ."y'l- The Nelson Realty--Co. are prepared W* "hive' five and ten acre tracts In

.II. the board to distribute the insurance on to write innurance in suburban
.vhrl&l) of the Liberty {ttrk, the most desirable -
t ,; t Hot Shot Bargains from school buildings equally between: .the Splendid Residence Lot. reliable, old line companies and will property on the'market, which

/ companies represented Kissimraee, No-463 Fine Insure your property for, at the we are for considerationat
: I KISSIMMEE IN ,THE CIRCUIT large, vacant corner you offering your
Under
r\,i the Cash Store the present arrangement, certain lot, 80x1471 feet, close to lake. Splendid lowest possible rate. 'They have' never prices''that are attractive. We will
--'- -companies hold a .Rood deal more location had any trouble. in
good neighborhood.. We adjusting losses and be pleased to show these tract to pros

t 1 lb. can Roast Beef : Local Play House Will Be the I of The the estimate insurance than others. are offering. this large lot at the very look well to the Interests ot their clients/ pective'purchaser at any time. Do''' not ,
15c of school' for
in
Scene of Better Production expenses low price of $400 cash. 'H. 1d.'Breaker securing payment In eaSe of loss. fail to see this property before purchasing
l \ 1 lb. can Corned Beef 15c the next year having been made by the & Co. 16.tf We will appreciate your business and a* it has the advantage of being y1
'Than Ever. superintendent and approved by the give It careful
,
3 cans No. Pork & attention. Wit ask a close In and on'<< the very beat paved
i ) county commissioners the liberal shsre of
superintend A Five-Acre your patronage and will
farm. road In the county, convenient to the
.q' I' Bea8s. 25c Kisaimmee is line'for ent's appreciate it sufficient to
1.'" . getting good salary was formally fixed at $100, give you 'the '
Ii A 6-acre ; school and churches. Five i
city
farm Pinedale, with most courteous and careful acre
d a ,2 cans NQ. 2 Pork & theatrical production, and the bookIngs in accordance with the provisions of the fence and cleared for "600, with good attention.. business tracts $250 and $300.:

., Beans., 25c for the coming season afford' evi- law, with the same allowance of $200 a payment. R. D. :Waring, : &: Co. 16-tf easy I I NELSON REALTY Co. 24-tf '
H. M. Breaker &Co.
dence that the attraction incidental
k' are proeurable year for expense _
15 Ibs., -
i. Oran.
\ Sugar, 1.00 when they can be assured of a Chairman Bass, Supt.''Sears and Member Asa. .. -

\ Salt Mackerel, each Sc I proscenium large enough and the ac- Brown will meet on July IS, open -

i)i' y; Moro (cooking) Molasses lOc companying facilities. bids| for the additions to the St. Cloud "Jack
Kissimmee will undoubtedly patron. school building- On account of the

; White Salt Meat 14c ize attractions that merit patronage to great distance which) I is necessary for FAMOUS APPERSON

!, (. Smoked Bacon 16c a degree sufficient to make the business him to travel to attend session of the Rabbit"MOTOR 1

I profitable fqr the first class road companies board Member Chandler was excused

; : Free! Free!! Free!! : to make this town in their cir from service at the proposed special' ,

I i 1r cuits. The succes's with which the session. It Is intended to have the en- CARS The Exclusive Car. for the Careful Buyer"I

I k lb. pkg. Ho-Ya mix. Tea 15 management of the local! house has met larged building ready 'for occupancy for I
in making lip, the season's books shows the fall\ term.

\ I A" beautiful sauce dish, tumbler a number of good things as follows: ------
f or free Nov. 11. Geo.:M. Cohan's big musical
mug with each
I comedy success, "Forty-five Minutes Costs ,Unpaid in
\ package, atWEST
with MERIT
. from Broadway, a completecast SELLSApperson
of 24 people. The company car-

I( KISSIMMEETAYLORJ ries a 60-foot carload of scenery for Famous Shaker Case _

the use of thisplay.Nov. .

29, Della Clarke and companyof "JACKRABBIT"

:H: comedians in "Introduce Me," a
comedy) four act. GOVERNOR GIVES HIS OPINION
I _
.
: Jan. 15th J. A. Coburn's Greater

; Phone 250 Minstrels. Say Commissioner Ought to "4-65" JACK RABBIT, fully equipped, 11.800 _
Quick
Delivery Jan. 23, an elaborate production of
"Monte Cristo." Pay, But Doesn't Think fi
I '
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.. Jan. 25, Wm. A. Brady's "Baby They Could Be Made To -
--- - - Mine" That the Apperson Brothers are the oldest regular manuCacture'rs of automobiles In the United State.' I Iis

Other company.contracts are pending and Kis An aftermath-of the. Shaker I a fact, conceded by motordom. As the Apperson Brothers possess more actual year of experience in i
case
simmee will be in line with a list of attractions before building motor cars than any other auton.obile manufacturers in this country, it stands to reason that they ,
came the commissioners
equal to any house in the Monday up when county a letter froth Gov- have in their factory a stronger corps of old experienced workmen than has any other automobile plant.

YATESBASS circuit. --- ---
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{ ---- ---- ernor Gilchrist to Prosecuting Attorney ---
Jones was presented.The .

\ ; J. H. YATES and HENIir T. IASS.lllnllersr! I ON TURTLE'S BACK letter had reference to the fee J

J. I claimed by Dr. E. R. Flynn for makinga
Successors to the r
chemical analysis of the stomach of
z DONE6AN CATTLE COMPANY I Osceola farmer Lays Foundation for Sadie March ant, the woman who died, Tim car is particularly well t

t Bridge Across Creek. according to allegation, from the effects adapted for use in this country,

of chloroform administered by EgbertGillfftt. :: and has made reputation for t
a
All kinds of fresh Henry Johnson who resides on the .
other suit of Creek, for endurance in
Shingle was engaged this sand.
.j Meats Florida andWesternkept The
commmsioniTs had
: previously refused f
I in putting, in a bridge on his
,. in to pay the bill, the amount tor
farm. A small creek runs through the I
i 'I
which it was rendered being $75. In ..'
perfect condition
and I property, and at some places the stream I I
answer to a letter from the prosecuting
;1 sold at lowest prices : I widens on level ground 'so that the
attorney, the Governor stated it as his "4 45",\ JACK RABBIT, fully equipped, $ZOOO ;
compatible with good : water overflows on adjacent territory.
opinion that the commissioners, should '
service. While he was excavating, preparatory i .t
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pay the bill. He concluded, however, -
to putting in subsills he reached a
that there was no authority of law for I --- KNOW YOUR CAR BEFORE BUYING
I smooth surface that he- took as hard -- ----- :
Dressed Chicken, Fresh I pan or phale rock. Deciding that this paying such amount for such service. I 4 -.__ _. ___, ._ _ __ _. _

.' Eggs, and thing mighty I was an excellent foundation for the Tqe only authority cited by him was I '
from the acts of 1855. which authorizedthe
good to eat. timbers he cleared sufficient as
space I
payment of $10 for the services ofa
i to accommodate the lots, and after finishing -
physician for postmortem examinations -.
up the work stood a short dial -
New Fixtures' new when such services were requiredby _
-
1 tance surveying the = The quality of determine
away completion a car
I l
.. the authorities. The Governor added'
Scales and a new J with evident pride. The bridge was F
i I that the law should be amended to meet the comfort you will receive. FfF
well built and stbstantial in character.
f Firm but the same such cases as the <.ne in question. He .
After gazing at the structure for some bi
said that he would Dr. Flynn from
old reliable to pay |
party
minutes in
a contemplative mood, he \ '
his contingent fund in the event of thecnmmjasloners' __ T'I+
take your orders and was surprised at what he thought was refuaal to pay him. f
a vibratory movement in the span. As
give you service. The commissioners refused. 'I
nothing further occurred for few minutes .
a .
The bill of Sheriff Prevatt fortsost: of '
h'8 came to, the conclusion that I it witnesses; at the habeas "4-4S" JACK RABBIT Apperson Roadster fully equipped, $1,750' , ,': ,:
: corpus hearing: r '; i: "'{>w ,; .
; ,
heat with his "
was waves playing ,
fancy,
YATES & BASS and was about to start on his way in the case held at Titusville was also Jo ):''''J'I:!!'''\i; i l ,' ,\:, ', "' ', ',' 'll
turned down by the commissioners. "
homeward, when he was horrified to FREE DLM0ITS'1'RATION > ,4 ,
Phone 44 This bill amounted to $146. This action
discover the east end of the bridge to .
was taken advice of
upon County At-

The Coolest Place lift the level itself of about the approach.eighteen inches Thoroughly above torneys Vans Agney & Crawford. The J. Q RI F F fNAGENT
in Town attorneys held that it would not be
terrified, he advanced, and gettingnearer I for the IJ. .4:.
commissioners
proper to pay the .
he saw upheavels in thesubsillB, I I
r bill until Gillett had! filed an insolvent IvISSIMMEE <
"f', .It. :.! t and after several spasmodic efforts, the oath. The action was brought by Gillett )j FLORIDA a ;
end of the bridge was neatly turned ,
---- and failed; hence the costs were _
over, and out of the mud wallowed a
assessable against him. If he had won .
gigantic turtle, which after
shaking there would have been no hesitancy
FOR SALE on
the silt and detritus from its carcass,
the part of the commissioners In paying
wended its way gloomily toward some the sheriff' cost*.
swamp land near by. I ,

ONE Mr. Johnson was too amazed to give Tre - ,,.'
LARGE MULE
chase, and declares the turtle measu d CLERK TIES KNOT

to work double over eight feet across. The newbridge e ..
.
Sell Cheap was afterwards set in concrete, and Z

<. will no doubt be impervious to animal t Youthful Administrator of Hymen's ,

,ONE SMALL YOUNG disturbances. Silken Bonds. "'I : . ,

Guaranteed + t The s M '
Only ?
MULE MISS NEALHONORED County Clerk R. G. Johnston I I. getting Pure. LoogStaple d '" 1f"P BondedlMattreas i '

to be well seasoned as a coupler of Felt r t+ Jia.t'
\iottQn jII Dealers Offer +
ONE LARGE DRAY the love- m. This youthful official is f flf: ,

HORSE Kissimmee Woman on Board of possessed of the proper dignity, and ..

delivers the required oath plus the ritualistic The Gholfftin '
Felt
FIVE REGISTERED Governors of Lewis Republic. ceremonial in a manner which Sanitary Mattress 1

Miss Minnie Neal, State Regent of leaves nothing to be desired and has I
JERSEY BULLS the American Woman's League, with rate are reasonable. Nothing I Is Is guaranteed to be the best mattress possible to produce J at:any; price. :: .. '

, 2.to 5 years old headquarters in University City, Mo., missed, save the soft wafture of It is made of purest long staple cotton woven into layers of indestructible, >

"' attended the convention held in that orange blossoms, by going to the courthouse sanitized felt. Each layer is placed with exactness one, upon the other ""

FOUR OR FIVE MILK city last week, and also the conclusionof for the consummation of court- so that perfect uniformity is secured. This felt is encased in Eho best:
the long litlgationth that E. G. ship. This I I. a flee advertisement and
COWS '
ticking plain stripe fancy.
or
Lewis, founder of the league, has been the Valley\ Gazette will make affidavit ;,

also involved in. The plant was sold under to said statement. It is a simple rendering --We agree to forfeit $100 to any purchaser who can find other
the hammer and. Lewis bid it In, and [ of credit where credit is due.
than felt in'The '
staple cotton Gholstin Sanitary Felt Mattress.
COLTS
THREE '
has started out anew to rebuild his for- The clerk performed a ceremony Tuesday j

, 2 years oldW.B.MAKINSON tunes. which united the fortunes of Richard Ours is the-oldest, largest apd best equipped mattress factory in the '
r
s The American Woman's League was Ferguson, Kissimmee ebony and south. We but skilled \'
permit none employees to make The Gholf tin
never involved, it Charlotte Bowen Colorado Madura ,
, appears, in the legal
because it is built hand and
, tangle, and the property of Hart Mem- Biminy. The groom was clothed in his by requires expert: knowledge. '

24-tf oral chapter in Kissimmee was not in Sunday best, and an air of uncertainty. We do not renovate or make over mattresses. We have no way of }

J -., the slightest touched by it. The bride wore a purple'skirt, shirtwaist knowing to what contagious disease an old mattress may have been ex-

''I, Miss Neal has taken an active Inter- Merry-widdy straw with a furled posed. We advise you to be sure that the factory which makes .
est in the work for veil. She cool
ii several years, and was and confident.
>
mattress is sanitary. In addition to :
made Clerk Johnson your supplying our :
" was a member of the Board of rendered the necessary
W.GRIFFiN Governors of the Woman's Republic verbiage in abbreviated form, giving customers the best mattress possible to make we safeguard 6 t* '

I' organized during the convention. the lowest rate possible for good serv their health. ;

Staple Fancy ice. This comes at $2; amplified form Ho. S The Gholstin will never lump, pack down or '?\i if'
and $3; tail repertoire $5 The groom hard. !
EQUALIZEJNSURANCE: GnOLS become Given an occasional sun bath
kicked on the price but paid it upon L ?" it will last a generation.Ask .
GROCERIES being reminded by one of the bride'sfriends J

School Board Gives Authority to that he was drawing a priceless 'Qurdealer. He should be? able

jewel. They departed In peace. to supply If not ''Write 4
\ SupL W. J. Sears. .. ..l you. us. > *. l

,t Free Delivery to all Parts The county school board was in ses-" fall-----Thoulh1.BeltrevereDce Gliohlln-Cunninflhain: Springbed Co.

of the City ion Tuesday with all members present aelf-knowledg, self-. a................ i
. ATLANTA. CA.
_, ;,., .. --- Mrs. Roll Overstreet was appointed ,control these three aloes lead life to "'
teacher for school N6. 8, at sovereign power.-Tennyson. 'MASSw

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T '1 Gazette The Bureau of the Census"has Issueda I T
It The Kissimmee 'Valley bulletin giving the population of Flor '
civil divis j rrs -
ida by counties and minor
ions. The census was taken in April, THE PRICE AND THE QUALITY

W. B. HARRIS .. ,.., .. Publisher and Proprietor 1910, and more than two years later l form.we 4 '"
': get the information In concrete '. ---; .

J. H. REESE .. -. , Editor Perhaps we should not complain, however / '
'
yri F i '. -'..-..._=-_- --==:;:-.=:-.::-== as the news agencies kept the
: people informed as the information was
p I I PUBLISHED VERY FRIDAY compiled and given out by the department. the Last Day

VALLEY GAzETTE!: BUILDING There are a number of interesting Saturday ,
OFFICE: m
. facts to be found in the bulletin. r
K1SSIMMEE, OSCEOLA COUNTY, FLORIDA For example, Tampa, which: has been,
: ... .- -.-.--- -'-:-::;::-.......--_r- .' claiming to be the 142: per cent city, Ie ]I 'I '

SUBSCRIPTION RATES: 'I. cut down to 138.6 by the official report:>> / of .the Bargain Sale

t .. : .. $1.50 yet it remains at the head of aU Florida/ :
One copy, one year v .75 cities as to increase during the past! '
the lowest! ( "
One six months decade. Key West shows '
copy months . .40 percentage of increase at 16.5 per cent i I <
I One\ copy, three Jacksonville
-------- I The numerical increase in j
..,,1 from authorized correspondent, must be : was larger than Tampa's, but the per
IL" All communications, except our '' not that of the I
\ centage was as great date <
l' signed by the writer.. former city being 103 per"cent. I I Until after that you

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will not be'returnf'd unions: called for.
r
matter of
ejected Oh, how LaFollette does blister Rooae- | can have your choice ,
I the Postoffice Flu., ae second-class' mail matter.B. velt nowl! The Senator from Wisconsin I

I Entered at ;: ;:i; 1 12 Times says calls ugly him change things an insincere and about men the progressive with ex-president.them., and Its'. I I any article in our immense :


is not harkipg back too far: to .recall '' t stock at a reduction of .
1 -
that Roosevelt's return
readily
l' before be suprised,! that they upon
they.will \
;
CONVENTION. ; from Africa the Wisconsin senator was
.,, THE __ I deprived> themselves of HO: much profit I one of his first visitors. The two were : 25'PER' CENT OF 'f "
I, and pleasure when it could have been in close conference fur several hours, I '

The conventions of the two r1It"Jlo' had at such a small cost. and the newspaper reporters were at
1,: litical parties in the United States have j i the foot of Sagamore Hill waiting for | : THE REGULAR PRICE .
attention of the coun- ', ii. the senator when he came out of The
1 monopolized the The Weekly. Presence. What did the gentlemanfrom
Country -
try for more than two_ weeks. In the ;i' Wisconsin say then? This is it: I 'I Il' that will meet ..
meantime.the most important happenings Sanford Herald : Joe Hugh Reese has "He is a wonderful man-the greatest Dry Goods

; have paled' beneath the withering I written his salutatory, whatever that American of his time Has Roosevelt ]
: Gazette changed ? Has L/aJ'ollette changed ?! : demand of house- .
excitement as to what was happening means* in last week's Kissimmee Isn't it merely a change iri the point of the every I e

j at Chicago"and Baltimore. Fires, homicides , and says he is there because he view ? __ i

tornadoes, train wrecks, elopements i is there and,! he is darned glad of it, or - -- hold. I II

divorces, have failed! during this : words to that effect.. In substance The Baltimore convention has been I
who honored
those
to were
to draw more than the momentary I Jayhc-w echoes our sentiments, and all expensive
period us delegates. But, still it Was probably -
l
I attention of a hungry tmblii> All the old<1 boys who have hit the grit of worth the money. Shoes for'men women e I
,
have been absorbed in the answer to i the daily grind will eventually find that

"What's the news there, is nothing quite HO restful as thegreen '
the concrete query My Big Hearted S. J. Triplett. and children. I
"' Thin interest lanes where
Baltimore':: shades of the country
r s from Chicago; I IMen's
1 has been evident, no doubt in the perspective m enlarged by the milkmaid As a willing battle-axe for your unwise i
I I hamlet where a line of telegraph )behind the* reel\ sunset as she wendsher brother, Egbert; as a bigsouleddefender $18.00 :
every $15.00
of the big-souled, as a linehscern'r
communicates with the world. The way to the dewey meadow to extract of worth in relation to thingsof : ,

telegraph offices have been haunted I the lactael fluid from the brindle the spirit, though}; lacking dude polish. and Suits reduced I 6
I $20.00
places during these weeks. And why? bovine. We all come to it, and the boys and glamour as you do, I address these. i 1 I
'
I. What is it to me, or you ? Isn't our who follow the hfeles'a round of the city few lines to you, asking that you in a
'''
.1 I' interest in the making: of a presidentexaggerated I daily never know the real joy of living.A I public thanks to line all or those so,who give partook my grateful of your 25 per cent.
d'
: ? Or do we take enough cog in the great machine, they follow I nice. sense of the case (though disapproving ,
interest in it? 'Ihe questions arc tantalizing I I the treadmill unknown honored and I ) and refused absolutely to net-
i- Is is not possible, or probable 'unsung, and for the profit of their brain tie "the Shaker case" by means other ''i I I'I j I There is an indescribable somethingthat

that the interest. 'Which the people I, the mere pittance each week, and at the ''I than motives the of way the'/plainly heart.pointed To out all by others the: I I'I stamps our clothing as First Class.

; have exhibited is more that of excitement end the, pink slip. ''I (exceedingly few) 1 say would you i

than, of real concern ; isn't it Some of us have been there. Some have been such zealots for the safety ,,

of curiosity than care? are there yet, but take it from one who of our institutions, and would you have
more done just the if brother or
I same a son ]iI
1 It is well no doubt, better for the I knows that the only real place. to get father had been the defendant? The

normal welfare of man that he is a the best there m in life, the best therein I people! do not seem to bo so fearfully

careless creature. The greatest personal in yourself and the bent there is in alarmed, if the law of God is kept invio-I
the late and ift! God judges by the heart THE H. C. STANFORD
old
grief is assuaged by time; friendship, take the little, despised '
BO they "found 'no fault in this man.
hour of sorrow passes quickly. The country weekly und stay by it. To my bondsmen-. C. Stanford C. .

apostles slept during; the hour of their Joe Hugh Reese is right if he can W. Dann, W. BNakinson, J. M. Lee |
jr, some i it to get and E. L. Lesley-1 feel utterly unableto
"' Master's greatest agony.; By forget past history long enough }; .J
the country is saved, no matterwho the wanderlust out of his system and, meet the obligations 1 feel to them. COMPANYu
t means And the whole thing has been a game 1
.,, the President is. Predictions of I 'lie satiHfied to lead the simple life for of hearts against diamonds, and hearts

J dire calamity if this 'man, or that, is six months, the daily papers will know won, proving a magnificent sympathy I THE 6th JULY THE 6thDon't

i \ chosen, always fail. But it isn't be- : him no more. If he can convince himself in the composite of Osceola's people j
i A Shaker order reads, "Keep the laws
'I j .J
cause of the alertness of the people ; i 'that he has arrived he will do more of the land. I

1:' they are swayed by sentiment and good for himself and for the world in Your affectionate brother, .

: I aroused by passion. I general on the Kissimmee Gazette than I E. B. GH.LETT. I' EHH

, "" Responsibility sits lightly, even upon 'I he has ever accomplished before, and if Ashton, Fla., June :3O, lit! 12.: ,

'. official brows. A President signs a' he doubts this statement we can show

i I t',' tariff bill which does not conform tot ,I him facts and figures from all angles in More About City Dock. I

i t his conceptions of right, nor his pledges ,, the game, for our career has'taken us to
t and the stroke of his Paradise< and other places, the newspaper MT. HEALTHY, OHIO, June "_6, 1H12;! I
; tie signs, by I
Editor Gl&zetle1: I read Mr. R. W. Crow Over Glasses
pen converts millions into bulJinlpock: business being a thermos bottle that Meiklejon's suggestions In your paperof !

eta and .levies tribute in like ratio uponscant'wages gives the hot or cold aJJ j the public! chooses -'' June'U. That article is all right,

and scandalous squalor; to hand it to you. but, it doesn't go far enough'though it .
is in line with the I wroteto
with smirk hiS face We welcome Joe to the ranks of suggestions
yet he signs a on ,
Mr. J. E. Mattocks about the first of .
and a cheap joke on his tongue.. weekly journals. .We do .not expect January. Call Mr, Mattocks up and that have bought at a bargain. Bar
Where can we search for a more criminal him to rejuvenate the game or makeit geta* -line oh that' letter, and take as i ;you :

} lack responsibility? If we find any more metropolitan than it is look at those catalogues of steel piling' t 1'l I gain glasses are about the dearest investmentyou
1 caused to be sent him. :
it not in the high places' where else now, and we neither expect him to 1 would add to Mr. Meiklejon's plan' can make. We charge a right price because *

I may we look ? Yet the same man is come down to our level or get up higher of two piers with T heads by using oval I We fit them to
honored again: with the nemination of a I lo his. heads and making the freight pier wide y our prices are right.

\ c-' great political party, a powerful subdivision We just accept you, Joe, just as you enough for a railroad ..track and two r your sight as only skilled opticians can do. .
teams to and turn at the end, and y
pass I
.'. of the people of a powerful republic I are without one flea.
'. ,\ the passenger, pier wide enough for two Li They will aid you when bargain glasses are just
1.:) -asserted to be the most enlightened ,I Welcome to the bucolic and gambol cars (autos) to pass and turn at the I
nation of the world I I"it Ion the verdant green. oval end ; about half. of the piers covered I as apt to injure.

What greater issue is needed, what - -- outside and inside ; basin to be ,
dredged out and the pier filled up ; the
worth while T How quickly r
other issue Writing from Baltimore, Frank ends of the two ovals to have red lights !I,, __
do the people forget I Mayes, one of the Florida delegation, ((4)) about ten feet above water, and I J
;-' "God of our Fathers, known of old ; predicts that the national conventionwill each oval end to have one white light, I
; \ of time high in the middle, to be in use at !
t a far battle line be relegated in the course up I
God of our flung
and within a short time at that. A national night; freight for railroad on outside of
w Under whose awful band we hold .convention, he says is supposedto freight pier, and other freight on out J Jeweler andOptometrist

'. Dominion over palm and pine be a deliberative body, but insteadit 81de.of end ; motor boats and house I C. A. COLE
r' Lord, God of hosts, be with us yet- is a mob. Not one-tenth of the peo- boats without Kissimmee license to tie .
,. !1" ple gathered in the convention hall at up outside of,pier; boats With licenseto .
Lest forget lest we forget
J" we ; Baltimore were able to hear what was tie up in basin ; basin to have a fifty-

ti.-..'" ,__ said. Any one who has attended a national -I foot opening at the end, and to be 200 .
: convention knows this to be true. feet wide and 400 or 600) feet long. ,
i 't' FOR A CHAUTAUQUA. The conditions make it Impossible for ; Yours truly, r

' anything to be done in open convention SUBSCRIBER.
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I ; 4.r' which could be termed by any stretchof r-
"aj The Valley Gazette commends the deliberative. The work -
t veracity as -- --- -
4'' suggestion made by Dr. A. J. Holt for Is done in committee just as it is donein I
A
k. 1 ,1 d's' a winter chautauqua in Kissimmee.commend 11 country the legislative and in Congress bodies all But over it the is Paint Paint Paint Paint Paint Paint Paint Paint

...... In line for a newspaper to great for the big guns: of the party to '
7' all for the benefit or material --
movements get together, once in a time and allow
f'' upbu ding of the town, but It were the little guns to look them over and I
JI rub elbows with them and hear them .
"
unless there
,. ,useless: to do so were some
orate. There will be a great protest
chance' to .accomplish the end sug against bohshing the convention-not '
.
gested. because it serves any highly usefnl pur- ROSS GRAVES
; '""'" It is possible for Kissimmee to have pose, but because it brings the leaders. .
and consequently the people in closer a .
f a chautauqua assembly. The-most formidable touch, and thereby cultivates a very "The Store that Appreciate Your Trade"S. .

f requirement is a proper place essential human fraternity.The .
v'' i to bold the sessions. Dr. Holt suggests I
+ the lake. :Some:; timi I
{ a pavilion over
Orlando Reporter-Star has pickeda
soon a pier is going to be built. In the man for Governor next time, and hav- II i I

,;, beginning it I is well that the suggestion ing pre-empted the field it objects to Ii BUY Kyanizs Varnishes
7 of building a pavilion is made in this any suggestions such as that made in i W. P. Paint' ro
Gazette .
the Kisaimmee recently con- THE For Floors Interior Woodwork
v ': connection. It wouldn't cost a great / ,
Perkins. The Gazette ,
cerning; Judge a I
t -i .' deal more, and it would be easier and merely suggested the possibility, adding I Known the World Over BEST and Furniture.

cheaper to make plans for such a structure that Judge Perkins had a career almostas .a _
k I
'I; at the beginning( than to buildlt as picturesque as the late' GovernorDrow.rd's a'4 rot"I
IT IS ECONOMY
and similar In one respect.
i I an tor-thought. No more suitable or
4. The Reporter-Star objects to Judge .1
.
-7 delightful site could be found, and such Perkins, saying that he is not a businessman

r, '-s .. a location would greatly increase theattractiveness which shows that the R-S is a little AT Alabastine Wall Coating .
Mission Stains
: as well as the door receipts awry on its history. Judge Perkins
y was' business man before he became a I It is the Beat
{ judge, and his substantial supply of the The Stains with a reputation, '", .
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1 Other cities have chautauqua courses, world's goods bears ample testimonythat .

i ,' and what other cities of Kisaimmee's he is no slouch when it comes to .
size can do Kissimmee" can do. It is business. The New Smyrna Breeze
takes another view of the Gazette's ROSS GRAVES
.Imply a matter of organization and -
{ query, "What if Judge Perkins shouldrun
\wise; direction. We have the resources, for Governor next time?" The Qy "Th. Start that Appreciate Your Trade" rot"

material .and mental. In the course of Breeze replies, "Well, it just means I
r time and it wouldn't be long,_the enterprise that we Would have a good Governor. ,
,
w r Judge Perkins' ability as a lawyer and
would pay for itself. jurist is recognized all over the State, Paint Paint Paint Paint Paint. Paint Paint

yz'' After it became a fact, the people and there is no more popular man than .

would wonder wby they never did it I he is." .

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1 The Klsslmmee Valieu Gazette Com ne. .n. Policeman Floyd Tyson ha been given ,joseph E, Johnston spent .hi* Fourth\ 4 protest questioning the legality, of
a leave ot absence for a few day, In ;Tampa.Big I
the municipal
passed by
TELKPHOHB. MO. : 11. during which time M. William will 1
Rub-My-Tlam will cure you. 21-18t the sale at Kissimmee Furniture ComP St. Cloud for impoundn&! cattle,'
carry big stick. -
I i! before Judge Parker Monday
up
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY Messrs. Ira Beat. Samuel Qeth visitor and V. I. S. meeting on Tuesday ,after J>y. 28-tf extended through the week, pretty-

-BTW. Lester Crawford' were Orlando noon, July 9th. Please notice the bour 'roL Roy Geiger, of Apopka, 1 to read. taking holiday the Fourth and +
'. B, HARRIS.Weather . Sunday. of meeting has. been changed from 3BO log 'law in the office of his brother,.Col. again Friday morning., The ,
p Mrs H. "E. WUlia, of firadentown. lathe to 4:30: o'clock., A'full attendance, i is H.p. Geigcr. came up on complaint John Pad.

Johnson guest*v of Mr. and Mrs Nebraska. desired.. They're still drawing $2.60 every Sat. who allege site that to prohibit St. Cloud cattle i Ie not on VI

Morn. Johnston, jar ho has been acting urday night at Lawson's. 1ry it., It *. This led to the question of ;4
I ReportFollowing Mr. Albert Parker left Monday for a a* night clerk at the Graystone, Mr. J, F. many resident there were In St '
few days' visit with friends at 'Way- left for Jacksonville Monday, his position i- wa greeting Sumner his of Boyett Fia, and the point scored bythe 1,
cross, GJUC. I being filled by ,Mr. Harry Riggan, this city yesterday.many' old friends In :,: were interesting and of consid
of Kissimmee of St.
Park. importance to the town
are the daily tem. F. Rothrock one of St. Clouds Mr. C. A. Cole Andrew Johnson represented
came from Lake
,r', perature and precipitation as city dads, was in the city Monday. on Miss Ella May and Prator Gilbert returned land and spent the Fourth up with ; Van Agnew & Crawfodd the
reported the Government legal business Saturday' from a visit to relatives brother Dr. H. E. Cole. his of St. Cloud: .
at Micanopy' Their father J. R. i f
h station at Kissimmee for the The Missel Nettle and Edith: Lohr, of Gilbert,went to Lakeland to meet them Mr. L. 11. Ingram spent a few / appended item ;10f news from
week ending Jly 4, 1912. Rosalie, were calling on friends. in the upon their return. Arcadia last week. He was accompanied day.Iln' will ,be of interest in Kiisim-' '
dy Wednesday. i home by Mrs. Ingram and t Julian E. 'Soule, state superin
Irene,
" MAX BIN RAIN I Me sn. W. P. Underhill and C. W of the flower mission depart
Miss Trine Fuller, of Altemonte Hilliard. two of most who had be visiting relatives, that
Bassinger'
; prom- of the W. C. T. U., ha* recently
. . . . .91 71 10
Friday Springs, Is the guest of MIss Annie inent cItizens, spent a few days here cityDr. several! contribution for ,the
:.1 Saturday. . . 112' 73 . Neimeyer this week. ;- this week transacting business. They Geo. E. Parker returned home river flood sufferers, some ot

''I Sunday. . . 91 71 The Kissimmee Auto Co. sold a Car- made the trip by launc from Philadelphia this week, where he were as follow : Palmetto, Mls

Monday . , 94 72 . tercar and a Hudson to Winter Home Mr. H. Montgomery Smith, of Orlando recently graduated in dentistry. lIlt S. McLeod, superintendent, nav-
Tuesday. . . . 94 70 . parties this week. was in Kissimmee Tuesday. Mr., has, not yet decided on a location. of clothing. Kissimmee, Mrs.
acting superintendent. $14 ; r
,., Wednesday . 94 '73 Mrs. R. T. Butler baa been i ill. Her and Smith represents in Kissimmee his own to piano visit house the Miss Ethel Savage, of Lake City, who \.* $5. Plerson $1.CO, BelUview" $2 '
Thursday 90 71 1 97 friends will be glad to learn that she is was has been the attractive guest of Miss $ '2.GO. Florida has contributed
now much improved.Mr. branch agency at this place. Corrie Miller for several weeks,, left for : of clothing, etc, and $682.SI
The Peters Lumber Company has her home today. '' besides a lot 'of potatoes from .
.\ "-" W: H. Urokaw, salesman for started up its mill between Kissimmee and Bradentown. ''In a letter
!
-1ti'N NN N'1vVN1A11vN1V Grilling Bros., nurserymen, was In Kissimmee and Hilliard's Island This will place The subject of the morning services Gov. Brewer of Mississippi to Mr*.
at the Christian
church will be "Human
of Kissiromee he state that
,
Wednesday. more lumber on the market, an advan- "
Limitation, and of the evening "Who I
boxes of
have
clothing been sent
\ THE LOCAL}pp.vv ; Mr. and Mrs. J.'H. Ilalley, of Loughman tage for home consumption. will Enter the Kingdom." party"t Florida than air the other state '

drove to this city Saturday and Mr. W. G. Campbellex1'oBtofficeCampbell I Little .
Gladys, daughter of Mr. and
the day shopping.Save
spent now Rural Route Campbellhas -
,
I Mrs. J. J. Griffin, entertained last Wed- ,
--i money'by' buylnanow at Kis purchased a lot in the beautiful nesday afternoon in hdnor of her birth- C. A., Tompkins, of Taft, w..ln
aer.--- %
% Tatman Brack street Wednesday. Col Tompkins
orange grove on ,
Co. 85c $1.00
simmee Furniture buys
worth. 28-tf : and will build a'modern cottage. day.Do that Taft i I. progresiing well. _, The
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not miss the sale-. nt Kissimmee work is a growing Industry,
, Coming. Messrs. C. L. Bandy tax collector, Mr. G. R: Kendall, one of St. Cloud'smerchants Furniture Co. 28-tf there are others on the way. Col.
was a business visitor in Is well acquainted in Klislm-
and E. A. Gilbert clerk,
deputy city
Rub-My-Tism will cure you. 21-181 the metropolis Tuesday. He said they The Gazette is! in receipt of a postcard and his visits here are the signal
in Tampa.The
spent Sunday
could begin to smell the powder of tl)/e I from Mr. Ira Bass, mailed at Niagara hearty reception. Col. Tompkins ,
Hand in your news items. infant son of Daniel Barber, of Glorious Fourth there already. Falls, in which he states that he : that he regards the plan adopted. f
Finney Point, who died Sunday, was The and Leon are enjoying their trip. Osceola county: commissioners of ,
Where did you spend the Fourth ? buried at Finney Point'cemetery Mon business at the nostoffice has In-I ) the Valley Gazette but to pros- r
creased to such that
an extent Mrs. L. M. Marsh and children accompanied as one of the most practical\' and \
Hon. W. J. Sears viuittyl Orlando Sat- day.J. Sam-Vans Agnewhas raised the by her sister, Mrs. II. E. advertising scheme d
urday. I. Cummings and E. A. Amesof rent from 45 to We, MI(; to 75c TBc' to I II Willis, went to Haines City this morn- I coming to his notice. "No better :'
St Cloud were in the city Sunday $1.00 per quarter. More metropolitanairs ing to spend a few days with Mr. ,, of bringing the advantages of .
Miss Bessie Mop Icy was a visitor to business we are putting[ on every day. I '
night enroute to I'a'atka on a I Marsh. section to the attention of the peo -

Orlando Saturday. trip., e.-! =__ Mr. S. R. Fields, president of the I i' other sections could be hit upon."
D: A McAdoo and family have returned "It is much more effective \
Mr. and Mrs. Mattocks made a trip The of J. Z. Roberson returned Florida Fruit and Truck Land Co., with
family to Coats, Kan. They have beenin sending; out specially prepared lit- J
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to Orlando Monday.Mr. from the east coast, where I headquarters at [IxtughrnHn, was in the I t i
s Wednesday '
I city Wednesday, closing deal of con- Miami since last fall, and have made When the people who are In-
L. II. Hall of lamps spent. they have been visitihg the past few siderable importance to his company. I numerous friends in Kmslmmee, who read week after week the cur-
'j ut'Bday in the .city. weeks. hope to see them return here. news of the county Including what
done in agricultural and in-
Mr. J. W. Thompson spent Tuesday If choice, and you are particular, an
John Johnston clerk of St.
city much better
St. Cloud attending to some business phone 186 for and dispatch. New line of Voile and Panama shirts. way. they have a
Cloud, was here Monday. in in connection with his undertaking Will call and make accuracy estimates from your Lawson's Cash Store. It of what is really being done and .,..,

lr II K. Cole made his usual 'J ue s- eataMiahmint.II own order.; Ernest Green, Sign Writer I I actual advantages offered than
day business trip to Lakeland and Interior Decorator Box 139. 1 5-tf This story comes to the Valley Gazetteby could" possibly gain through other
E. Swabv, past grand of Osceola I mail : Archie Vivian deputy cir- i ,
Mr. Jay Nye of Orlando, was registered Lodge No 74 J.1 O. .O. Jo\, with C HE Mr. J. E. Mattocks ha turned from I cuit court clerk of Orange county, and
at the iraystone Tuesday. tey vice grand-eTect, attended the i a few days outing at 1'ans-a-Grille, friend visited Kissimmee Sunday evening Directors Meeting. \
public installation and reception of Or- I: where he went with a purty,, to try his One of the boys had toothacheand
Mr and Mrs Spencer Tyson of Nar- ando Lodge No. :jai!( Monday evening hand at tarpon fishing Mr. Mattocks' ,, the other heartache. After visit- [ monthly meeting of the
ciioHh, Were in the city Saturday., There were lr,0 guests present to enjoy i party hooked a half dozen of the silver' ing in the Huburbs of Kissimmee and of the Kissimmee Ice and
the festivities kings, but all succeeded partaking light refreshments and
Mrs. 1. N. Griffin, of St. Cloud spent i in getting 'I the lovejy moonlight, the young men I ; Storage Company next Tuesday ....
Sunday in the city with her husband Mr. R S. Floyd, one of our most I I away started bur the depot, but failed to All members of the board
prosperous and progressive grocery Hon Harry P Baja attorney, of'' make connections with the 11.42: train I to attend, a* business of im-
T.1 C. Roberts and (J. W Jones, of '
i merchants, left uesday night for Savannah -I' Tampa, was in Kisnimmoc on Tuesday. as they !got lost in the great city and will be considered.
St. Cloud, visited KisBimmee Monday.Mr. . Ga, in the vicinity of whichhe I I Mr. Ltaya was here on bumness, but incidentally became entangled in a wire fence in W B. HARRIS, {
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J. T. Miller, a prominent turpentine will remain for ten clays days enjoying had the pleasure of meeting the north end of town. But love comes Secretary.
opvratorof Haines ('ity, was trans- his well-earned vacation. a number of friends, who always welcome high, boys ; so also does automobilehire --j I Ij T. BUTLER, d
I his visits between Cow Town and Orlando. President. .
.
'.. ting business in the city Monday Rev W. C. Wilder filled the Meth- I

Mrs. J. Copeland state for odist pulpit Sunday evening for Uev. II. I -- ,- __ __ __- -- .
organizer --- -- ----- --
the Woodman Circle, is in the city this '1'. Games. Mr. Weilder is a pleasingand '
-'ek. lorceful speaker and held the close i i _II

attention of the congregation. He re- --- .:. _
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Mr E. L. Lesley and family returnedby cently (fame here from Blame, W. Va.
boat Friday, after spending three It is probable that he will remain here.
weeks down at Camp Enna.
Mrs. F. W. Hill, of Narcoossee, registered .
Miss Florida Bryan is a guest at the ) at Graystone Tuesday. Mrs
home of lion. and Mrs. C. A. Carson. Hill was speeding her parting New
She is a sister of Mrs Carson. York guest Mr. O. P..Taw, who has
been taking in the beauties of Narcoos- rM
Work is in progress throughout th. see, also seeing off her daughter, Miss ,
city, cleaning out the sewer pipes of Madeleine, who goes to Boston, Mass., .. "
sand and other accumulations. the of Music. !,'
to Conservatory '
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.' Mrs. N. N. Chase and Mrs. E.: C. Coming. : ,Ie-J M ....t',
I I Bailey were among the many shopper '. II
\ ' '- ',. from St. Cloud on Wednesday. I' The Bible class of the'Methodiat Sun- I I;' .

iI. Kissimtnee day school was organized at the parsonage .....
Mr. U. Riggan, of I, : Mondav evening{ follows : C. S. .
I'ark. has accepted a position with the liuell, president ; Mr. Nash secretary ; .
VH.. Makmson Hardware Co.J I L. II. Cohoon, treasurer ; Mrs Games, J
Mr. Cohoon. Mrf. Buell, H.
teacher
F. Miller, of Haines City, and W. i ;
M. Pfann, Dr Davis, lookout committee. -
I Mallett, of St. Cloud were registered -
I

at the Graystone Monday. : Kev.. Dr. A. J. Holt, Miss Verna Holt, .r:

Tampa Messrs Wednesday Aultman and and the drove Wilson market home went two to ;I Miss and Marie Mrs.O'Berry Modi are Miss attending Corinne Gilbert the- WIND-UP SALE I Ii .

cars to place on
new
encampment of the U. Y. V. U. at Lake ,
Mr. John Cutler, a member of the City this week. A letter from Dr. Holt D
soldiers" home at Johnson City, Tenn., I says that Lake City is crowded with i
is spending his furlough in Kissimmee. delegates and the encampment is a .i.ii
great success. .
Misses Corme and Ethel, daughters of t ..
A. S. Gilbert left Wednesday for. a Messrs. Wilford and Joe UnderhIll, n
week's visit with relatives at Palatka. Clarence Alderman and Carl Hilliard,
of Bassinger came up to Kissimmeeby '

1 will sell o'ne-half or the whole interest launch this week and spent few Short Galore <
in the Home Bakery Poor days attending to business matters. Lengths '' i
health the only reason. A. Smith 24if They report the water in the river very : :, ,
high, and say it was not necessary for
lion. N. C. Bryan left Tuesday morning them to keep in the channel most of '

w for Lake City to I attend a meeting the way. MONDAY AND TUESDAY I. 'J:
of the trustees of the Baptist Orphanage .
located at Arcadia.Mr. Mrs. H. Clay. Stanford and daughters : ;
Margaret and Mattie left for Atlanta
J. II. Halley, president and man last week Tuesday and after a weeks :w'' ,b'.
ager of the Peninsula Highlands Co. of visit in the Georgia Metropolis went to '
Loughman, was a business visitor to Tate Springs tor a three weeks stay $
our city on Wednesday. after which they will go to Waynesville J'j'jI

J. Cauthen, who has teen employedat N.beginning C, where of the they school will remain term until in Kis-the Quite a lot of Short Lengths--and :: : :

the Kissimmee Furniture Company'sstore
resigned his position and left for simmee. '

his home at Ocala Tuesday. A number of the hands hired by Mr. P4
MUST GO!
H. R. Overstreet to accompany him to they
and Mrs. J. H.
Mrs. R. G. Widrig the Western peach belt reported Saturday ,
of St. Cloud, stopped over in -
Long as it was expected they would I e
Kissimmee Monday night, en ronte to leave Klssimmee for that point Mon-
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St. Petersburg for a week. day. Mr. Overstreet received a tele- -

Mrs. H. M. Breaker left Kissimmee gram Saturday nlghtl however, advis-

a Saturday visit among for relatives.Chatanooga She Tenn.expects, on to as ing the him continued nqt to cool weather or another had week kept, Come Early or You will Get the: Little End

be absent about two months.) : the peach crop from ripening.

Hon. Arthur E. Donegan has pur- Miss Lena Lancaster entertained last n
chased the insurance business of Mr. A. Friday night in honor of her guest Miss of the BargainKatz's '
Mattie Clayton, of Crescent City. A .
E. Drought, whose office war in. the ,
building next the Citizens bank. large gathering of young people were f .
present who spent a delightful eveningin '
Express Agent A. C. Bogue, who has games and music. The house and
been confined to his home by illness, yard were beautifully decorated with t
the past two weeks, la able to be about Japanese lanterns and flowers. Re-
again, though not at his post of dnty. freshments were served, and all de- *
clared Miss Lancaster a charming en- *
Kissimmee Auto Garage and Machine tertainer. '
Company will do anything in lathe or d
machine work for for automobiles, Kiisimmee people are taking advan-
you 15tf tage of the excellent service offered Sale
boats and all other machinery.
;C '
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them at the Pastime theater and are ShortLength
Mrs. C. A. McDonald, of Detroit witnessing better pictures than it has '
Mich.' l is in the city In the interest of ever been their opportunity to see in
the Hatch Hotel Register Co., of Des their borne town. You are surely missing ,, far;
"
Moines, Iowa. it if you are not a regular patron. ,
When we have something good, let us < '
6 or 6 doses 666 will break any case give ourselves a treat, and at the same i 1.Y"
of Chills sit Fever ; it acts on the liver time show our appreciation of the efforts I ; .
better than Calomel, and does not gripe of other to please us. : ,
or sicken. 25c. 21-18t -_
Princess Pongee, black, white, and '
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..4.,.. I Lihrafy iQ Have Accounts of f City Summer School. I \

.III, Be8'Innlna-"Monday, July 15, and con The !
.4 tlnuing for six weeks;. 1 will conduct. I 1
y Other Quarters To Q Ba Audited the High School building a summer:

it Cool, Stylish Summer Frocks -' > '''i I 'school for. the benefit of pupils who I ATLANTASEMIWEEKLY.
have work to make up,, and. for those
who wish, for reason, to do private
any
CHAPTER DECIDES 'ON CHANGE COUNC L .PASSED RESOLUTION school work. Tuition rates'' furnishedon
A received some chic new styles 'in / I
We have
I .just .. I, .I' application. Address until July 10,
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'- ," I Oxford, Ga., R. M. EVANS. -
and Misses Made It-iul 6-12 ';: JOURNALThe :
Children's Books Will Be Moved From Proposal Is to Employ
Bank A. Purchasing Agent for',the "
Rooms Over to
/' SUMMER DRESSES Bargain in Twenty Acres, Newspaper
W. L. Chapter House. City of Kissimmee.. Biggest\
1 -. Twenty acres of land, less than one the Sou
Smart Styles.'in Dressy Frocks_, Tne books and accounts of the city of mile from postoffice. A good location in h'I A
.
At the"Monday meeting of the Iwa.l.cbapter be audited. fora subdivision. Can be had for $65 .
tJissimmee
.to A
i are reso- regular
of Fine Quality 'of the American Woman's'League at the pir acre. R. D. Waring & Co. 19-tf The price of Ttyi At-
'. made held in their club house, the lution was passed meeting of _______ ,n .. __ lanta Semi-Weekly Journal TU 75 .
evening.
White Goods question of quartering the public Council Tuesday CouncilmanJohn cents a If you will sen us
; r Pure Linen ,and library in the chapter house was discussed M. Lee offered the resolution, and Schoof Library Open. your order year., you can get \
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voted for the the motion was carried. The .matter I the summer,'
and those present Every ((Friday during
Cool Stylish change. was then referred for action to the fin- from 4 to 5 o'clock p. m., the school The KIssImmee
Missses'
committee, of which Mr.
Lee Is '
A ance
The library is under the jurisdictionof library will be open. Mrs. Simpson'
) . Summer Frocks the Village Improvement Society, chairman.A will be in charge; the first part ot the Valley Gazette
.. Mrs. Bert Bryan, president; but since resolution) providing for the ap- summer, and.someone else will later''
the death of Captain Trench, the li, pointment of a purchasing agent, also tskeup the work. R. M. EVANS. a.n.d. the:

1 Come.and. see them at brarian it has been deemed Inadvisablefrom proposed by Mr. Lee. was likewise re- _1 -- _. : .. ----- j .
the finance Atlanta Semi-Weekly (
ferred to committee.
financial standpoint to continuethe Truck and Citrus( fruit Land. '
of the
The books city have never
the State bank
rooms over Journal
:: t[ While the meeting Monday was not been audited and the. demand;\ for the No. 462-Seven and one-half,/ acres of

u< largely attended, it was the undivided" Audit seems to be unanimously agreed the best truck and fruit land in Kis- both on.e year .

1"" opinion that the library could be managed upon. jjmmee Park. This land is in pioximi-
Peareeguoooooooo. better if installed in the chapter The extension of the water main on ty to the lake. Call on us and we will i '
E. L. ONLY $1.75
; Mrs. FOR
h house. It will be necessary however, Mabbette street, a distance of 1269 put you in touch with the owner; you
to decrease the open hours, as the feet west to Bermuda, was let on con- can deal direct with him. This property u_ ___ 0
1 ," eague is not in a position to spend a tract to the Osceola Hardware. Company ia offered at a great reduction j i
d great deal on the library It.isrecog-/ There were three biddersR.L. from what land in this locality is selling j Send In Your Subscription -
,. is not exhibiting; Starling and Jog. Rahen & Co., the for. i
the
1 \ sized that public
t140GGGttOt iCiOt, LOt sGt SOtiOtt't the proper enthusiasm in the matter latter of Orlando being the others beanies 24-tf H. M. BREAKER & CO. i! Right AwayTo

I II CRANFORn 3. L, LUPFEK.Prraldant. has been working the successful bidder. -- .. -- --- 1
C. A. CARSON. 1 A. and as it is i the library I .
Secretary A resolution was this not t. the Atlanta
Vic -Pre>ldi-nt those who foster the passed at Friday paper
hardship on
institution.a evening's meeting, assessing': the property Big Bargain In a Home. 1 Semi-Weekly Journal" '

There are not enough members to owners of Emmett and Clyde Splendid new six room house, just inside ,
LUMBER CO. make it self sustaining. streets to the amount of (0340.40: for city limits, fine deep well, lot contains I I
KISSIMMEE street paving. The assessments were two acres of ground, good new :
made separate!; as to lots and blocks, barn, wagon and buggy sheds and all Tested and Proved GoodFreshness

Baptism at First the uniform amount being $18ii,17 per under good, new fenci". Fine location i
I \ lot. the .- being $1. '6 per front foot. for small truck garden or poultry ranch. as well as high trade quality.
4 Rough and Dressed The clerk win directed to i issue separate This is a fine proportion, where ;you Call for what you want in the

.. Mass in New Church certificates of indebtedness against the will have the freedom, of the country GROCERY LINE

'f I I individual pl'op..rtyowners. ;yet close enough to enjoy all the advantages -

T : : PINE LUMBER 1 i of the city, such as splendid l high i,

ti REV FOX OFFICIATEDUnfinished LIVED MUCH AS AT PRESENT school Price $1,500.best() markets, churches, etc. I

ry : H. M. ]{r.akii&Co..
fi fii fitOooooooCY.YXJtYdY.YY Excavations at Pompeii Reveal Little -4tf
1 HOUSE BILLS A SPECIALTY Condition of Edifice Difference Between Their Life -
i and Ours. .
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I Ardor of
Didn't Dampen
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LSOtXYJXrJ.Y'LIJL. )QC I Worshippers.Rev. Some pltrhlci'H centuries ago; life sudtlenlj Get the Habit I 1,w Ak4
rc.iM-il. in the streets of Pompeii.
... ;Many of ''I"| inhabitants ..sral',1> Father Fox officiated at first
the ..showtTh of ashes and stones which RKAL CIGAR
Long Distance mast in the new Catholic church'Sunday. Vesuvius dropped| | upon the doomed ,
Phone2JG oily, hut then. left behind them himdrods '' "OSCEOLA"
: Advertising About fifty were present, and while of things' which Illustrate the I -.. .- ..
the interior of the building was not finished familiar ba.inK "There Is nothing new I
I a plentiful! display of ferns andlowers under! the( sun Sold at all stores v ho want
:" is saying the right thing ( tended to conceal the Partlycompleted Tho modern,\ They had doors and
folding I
: !'. at the right time \ altar was effected portions.! by an An ingenioui.impromptu arrangement holwHter urns; they put gratings to I -
their windows and made rookeries In
t ; i' ,in the right way of plants and evergrvne.The . their gardens
wereso
members of the congregation
Tlwlr children had toys like ours-
: ; We make a specialty of planning, preparing pleased at being; able to worship in hears lions pigs, oats, dogs, made of
i literature and conducting campaigns for the new building, that little things like clay, sod sometimes. nerving as pitch. ':
Land Companies, Boards of Trade Municipalities lime dust and unfinished rafters did not era, also People wrote on walls and ,
i t ir and Individuals.: dampen their ardor. About the only out their names on seats/Just as we |I'
: r feature missing from a regularly celebrated do now They kept birds In cages.
I of They Rave tokens at the doors of
I mass war the absence music
ADVERTISERS their places of entertainment-the I
GLENN-REAGIN
other than singing: the organ recently
people of the gallery bad pigeons
; the Sunday school class,
porchased by
.. made of a sort of terra-cotta. ,
', TAMPA FLORIDA not having been placed in position. They put lamps Inside the hollow "'.
: Two children'were baptized by the eyes of the mask that adorned their e ... .
J t priest/and for the initial baptism tie fountains.. They even made grottoes QuickDetachable tr'1"'
-r __ ___ set'' ,
-- -__ - -- -0- presentation/of the two infants will of ahella-vulgarity Itself Is ancient.
something of a precedent. Mr. and They ate sausages and hung up
-r Mrs. A. Dietz and Mr. and Mrs. John strings: of onions. They bad standsfor ( Forest Jo
public vehicles, and the schoolmaster -
Miller brought children to be baptized.Mrs. et,
used a birch on the dunces.
\ Dietz being the mother of Mrs.
They put stepping stones across the Q. D.C7wder
: that child of Mrs. Dietz
Miller so a
9 roads that the dainty young patrician
'. and also her grandchild both appearedfor gentleman and the pursy old senator Rim
the ceremony at the same time. I' might not soil their gilded sandals. Clincher
BIG SALE Regular communion will take place It was never cold enough for their
in about a month, or as near as can be pipes to burst, but they turned their
anticipated, the last Sunday in July all ', water on and off with taps, and their
depending on when the structure is !! cook shops had marble counters.

r' r.t r. completed. !I, the They storks clapped; two their gladiators offenders were there Into Just as superior to other tires
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:+ ''r y GOOD PEACH CROP i riveted When It.their At crockery Herculaneum broke there they Is dflf3 Michelin Red Inner Tubes are to

a huge wIDe Jar halt burled In the
Who I earth. it had been badly broken butIt other tubes
KISSIMMEEFURNITURE Local Grower Sold His Fruit in was so neatly mended with Its '

Local Market. many rivet, that It no doubt held *
't ,. wine} as well as ever. Those rivets h ,
:! Over two hundred crates of the Jew- hatfe lasted more than 1,800 years. y i
"I r ell and Waldo variety of peaches were What would' the housewife have said IN STOCK BY
I \ gathered by J. \V. Thompson from his If some on. had told her that her
I COMPANY four-acre orchard at Shingle! Creek Sta- cracked pot would outlast the Roman
tion. These peaches were marketed empire?-Harper's Weekly.c .

_pit .0) J 1 : locally, netting the grower >82.10 per W. B. MAKINSON CO.

crate. About the Dog.
r1 The trees are but four years old and The love of man for the dog Ls only I
Cash Only have been bearing but two'years. Mr. second to his lore for humanity. He L
: Thompson attributes the fine yield to who is brother to his fellowman In
the'fact that he sprayed! both blossomsand whoso heart swell the 'Inspiration of '.
"k { fI\/+ roots wjth insecticide. Altogether' human lore can sever close his heartto '
"t '; his labor totaled less than a month in the mute appeal of the dearest, of
.\ ? actual work connected with both harvesting the dumb animal Our society, a* It .4 TRAINS FROM THE WEST 4
grows finer and more sane, doe not .
> and attention to the trees. Mr.
; 1LLr j. ; love the doff less; though part of It
I
@ . Thompson Is an enthusiast regardingthis loves him often; less wisely .The fad-
t < \ locality for peach growing. He and
dog
Ism which fawns on the -----VIAATLANTIC -
1 t \:'f. has aeven-and-one-half acres and will causes him to displace affections
;.;ir,: -t put the balance of the land out in which have a higher place has no consideration COAST LINE
J ;, ... peaches this year. lie had his fruit here. It Is the honest tin
packed in baskets in the orchard and e. appropriate relation between the .

e :7: .,," /: ,' Kissimmee Boat Building Co. was product able to to consumers deliver the in perfectly Kissimmee ripe human brought when' the and down dog the to was canine u*really from that a a cruder guide affection age and, "Dixie Flyer" "Seminole Limited"

., when the peach was at its best, and incidentally when occasion
t HENRY O'NEAL, MANAGER guardian as he Is now.
r?> this procedure had a marked arises, which deserves and must hold "South Atlantic Limited" -

; : BOATS BUILT TO ORDER tendency to increase the selling price our earnest admiration.The .
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1, : ;' He took extra care in hauling the crates dog In his place Is a member of
r -'. to the city, so that the fruit would not the social order not yet to be dispensed "Montgomery Route"Tilouch

.' Any Size Any Style be bruised or suffer from the usual iwlth. A* our population. .
damage in hauling and transportation.for crowd and our llfe.rowi more complex .Pullman Can from Chicato, St.; Louis, Cincinnati Indianapolis, Loaii-

,1 Repairing and Painting UB something", our:friendship.Not alone for the for dog our costs own vile, Nashville, Atlanta and Birminf... to Jacksonville.

,M -r; t Agency for Sale. sake we hare passed law restricting DINING CAR SERVICE / .. '
MICHIGAN WHEEL CO.'S and protecting him. It remains our
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"'. >. GIBBS" ; MARINE Splendid team of mares, 5 I) and 0 duty to see that these law .are sensibly For further Information call on or write to _
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: & '-,ENGINES FIXTURES years old, well broke, kind and gentle; and humanely enforced. The dogIs W. C. Gilbert. Ticket Agent, Kissimmee... '
". ,a" '. \I i '< YARDS SOUTH NFJOHNSON'S DOCK' also wagon of Nelson aqd Realty double Company harness., John Enquire likely to be.with u*. a part of our. J. G. KIKKLAND, Division Passenger Agent .

3 .' P. .0.,BOX 141' 20ft H. Payn. 2&-tf economic, for a long time to ooma-- Tampa, Florida '. I '..f.MMTrr ,-
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:I Hardware, Queensware, Farming Tools, Fencing, Paroid 'Roofing .


Corrugated Iron, White and Yellow Pine Doors, Sash, Etc., Etc.


AT 15 PER CENT DISCOUNT .



Money Saving Prices f;' '! :I( "niltshulf1Jh perfect' /g:; Special reduction on

on Nails--all first qual'c.! {; ;1 .. e .JIllJilI' a "youltpg the famous "Wonder"Ice I .

ity--in unbroken kegs ";" } Rabbit and Garden, Fence:? Cream Freezers:

,only: THIS the most recent addition to the "Pittsbureh Perfect" line of Electrically 1 quart $1.24
3d fine $2.65 Welded Fences, is specially designed to effectually keep in the smallest chicks and "
dogs wild animals 2 1.49
rabbits, at the same time affording them perfect protection,against\
3d common 2.59 and stock. As a garden fence it is equally effective, and is the greatest fence value 3 1.88
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ever offered for these purposes. -
of"Pittsbureh Perfect" Fence is unequaled. It con
4d 2.47 The perfect adaptability "
forms to uneven ground without trouble, remaining stiff, even and strong under any 4 - 2.19 k
6d" 38 conditions. ;1
made of heavily galvanized Open Hearth 6 - 2.79
t All "Pittsburgh( Perfect" Fe 8d a 2.29 r. ."! \Vireo-like old time iron wire-and'is the toughest, strongest and most durable fence! .
t./ wire made. THE WELD THAT HELD joins stay and strand wires 8 - 3.69 i
i 101 L'Int' /: by electricity making a perfect. amalgamation,and producing.absolutely the r
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12 I i u 2.25 iiLii! EVERY ROD GUARANTEED PERFECT J Special discount on
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20d to 60d 2.21 l The Best Fence at 15 per cent Off Jelly Tumblers: ... 4'
dozen.
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SIcclnllH'lcc on Black and
Green Screen ])oors. I
All si/esat - $t.IO Schram Automatic

All !fixes in black and galvanized ', sealing jars, while they ,
Screen wlro at greatly last' 3 doz. 'for' 1.00' a t '.
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i We will give away with a purchase of 50 cents or more of household goods, one pitcher 'I
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ranging in value to the amount of the purchase. .
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\ PAINT BARGAIN A full line of Jap-a- '

A Complete line of Closing Out Colors in House Paints lac, Varnishes, Hard .

Guns, Ammunition, HALF PRICE---$1.25 per gallon, while they last. Oil, Stains and Fillers, .

Fishing' Tackle and at these reduced. prices. ;. I

Sporting Goods included 2000 lbs. Carter's White Lead, 8c lb. ''1ft,I?; ',,,, hlt aT
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in this great reduc- Genuine Red Cedar ,,.- !' .

tion sale. SPECIAL PRICE ON YELLOW PINE DOORS brass bound buckets '!" .\ c

2-6x6-6 and 2-8x6-8, $1.25 75 cents each. .# :
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tl) Ranch Near KissimmeeThomas The farmers are taking".advantage of OSTEOPATH, -;

.. INSURANCE CO. the frequent rains, which in&ke it possible rp M. RIVERS., ; M. D, .

\ for them to plant a WBe acreage STECIAUS.T IN
PHYSICIAN\ SURGEON C1IRONIODISEASESCONSLJI.TATION
"' f Crawford Has Fine Stock and U Beginning to Branch of sweet potatoes. "* .

Mr. and Mr. Ira Wetherbee spent Office over Osceola Pharmacy i ii EXAMINATION FREES ;

JNSURE WITH US Out to Large Proportion Friday in Kisslmmee, the guests of Mr I i residence 63

.. '. - S S) and Mrs, J.. McPhatter. S .PHONES'. f OHIO 148W.L. KISSIMMEE FLA.TUESDA .
: VS. THUKSO re IA TuaoA vOffice 5

'. for hatching are held at (10 a hun Dr. Phillips came down to his grove, '5 5- CENTRAL HOTEL I
K la limmee one'day eggs
: There'were stsln
'ARTHUR DONEGAN no ? last week S.
E. red. accompanied by Mr. W. M. WINN
dred Wyandottes' at $5 a .
this week. Egg3 are scarce, at Lurd Keen, who visited his daughter, Mrs. E. ,
Local Rep ritatJve this season. The New York produce. There/! a demand for nil.' the eggs and F. Gatlin. PHYSICIAN RHONE:398 ORLANDO FLA..

chickens that Manager Crawford can
about I he light
. papers are complaining I Mr. Brown and Mr. Oedault, of Wichita -
- A from one of the big bring to market and recognizing a RiDC4C5.| PHONB.S3 KUUUHMEC.OrricB ..
receipts. man .
_ Kansas, and Messrs. Claude and l'roN" OT. Fi.oaioa.F. V
; 0it produce houses started out one day lastOek good thing when it comes before his Clarence Barber and Fred Harvey were aafcJaftaT.aafW- aaflK.aata) JaBalJaftat t/l*atifc Jli.tO nBC

I / through the West to buy a hun !: optics he is going to enlarge his stock visitors at Mr., M. J. Clow's Sunday.Mr : r f
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THE & G.:THOMASON!
-it 14 eRAYSTOI' dred car loads 'of eggs lie didn't stet by many hundreds. lie has a partner Starling, of Kissimmee is ] M. TILLER
completing -
loads. in the" West who is coming to join him
car
: them. He got less than. fifty
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41u 1 the plumbing work at Mr. Ira
- This merely shows something of thereat in the fall or winter and at"that time Wetherbee's this week.. '. PHYSICIAN and. URGEON < Real Estate Agency. ,

&. OPE* All fit! YEAR :j: demand for A'c all know the activity at Pinedalo ranch will become .
( PICK Mr. Fred Harvey has employment 4m %am..%< mmBaM e avma *li

:j: 2.50( to 3.60 pep day.Special :j: that eggs are a staple article of food. greater. S 'connected with the sawmill' on Mr. M. Office! Phones 74'and 3. Residence. 126 4 i* and sold. t
Realty bought
hotel'or Mr. Crawford and his partner own
restaurant
: The waiter at the
:I: by week or month. .j J. .Clow's. property. '
_ will ask you whether you will take hamor twenty,one acres of land. The poultry DR. B.. D. W1ENENGA 4. Houses rented. .tf

:I: H. N. THURMAN, Pup. R. D. rORltd Ugl. i steak, and then he will ask how you yard occupies some five acres. The remaining Blanche Miss Eva'Lawson Clow Sunday.was the guest of Miss"' ;.;...,...-;=. VETERINARIAN id Taxes paid and Titles ver- k

:+++4.++++++++++++++++++++l. I will have epgll. lie takes it for portion will be given to- farm ( < ified for nonresidents.S t
your ; Mr. Crawford The Y. P. C. E.!: social called Grand- STOCK TREATED FOR :: Fire Life and Accident InT(
granted that you winters-he merely ing. The ground is rich and ALL DISEASES ..
mother Gray's Reception was not given ..
with surance. J
what style prefer them has tested its productiveness
in you
served.inquires S potatoes tomatoes and other vegetables. on account of rain. Nevertheless Oar!'iI ht'i'0ho"ni82. ORLANDO.5 FKA 4 Indemnity Bonds. r

w. L. m DUZOR I' of we may all have the privilege of greeting : ... .. ... .. .. . .. .. .
With this great demand, for eggs: it He has gathered two crops potatoes Grandmother .. .. .. ... ... ... .
Gray on Saturday
would seem that the poultry business since September fine specimens, and DU. N. L. BRYAN i
evening. June 29 at the home of Mr. -
S
t would attract a larger number of investors I the yield was good. ,.,.
and Mrs. C. II. Funks.
than it does. There are several The total investment at Pinedale rep- DENTIST
- _ _ _ i dollars. In The L. U. A. S. met at the home of -
people about Kissimmee engaged in i resents about five thousand Squires Building .
I Mrs. Ira Wetherbee "Lake Breeze
- raising chickens for market but the practical and careful hands the industry at New York AvenueST. Z. BARAGER j
i afternoon.
Real Estate largest farm in the .county is that conducted | is a pretty one, and offers certain Thursday CLOUD FLORIDA'DI
Regular services were held last Sunday ,
Thomas Crawford at Pine- allurements.
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morning and evening. The sermonon SIMPSON
J. W.
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.nI \ : dale. just beyond the city limits on the "Heaven" in the
morning WALL
I was PAPER.
. Campbell Station road. Mr. Crawford NO MORE
I splendid. There will be no services in DENTIST.
has prepared for a considerable poultry CALOMELFOR Paper Hanging: : andDocoratlage
two weeks on account of other engagements
KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA business there. Most of his time since THEM Upstairs in Katz Building. Specialty
I but in four weeks July 21st
I to Kissiinmee has been spent in Ofl'FJbE t \8 a. no. to 12 m.
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coming HOURS,
- will be held. f Window Shades etc. I
He has been quarterly meeting 1:30: to 6:30p. m. ,
making preparations. THE LADIES. Telephone No. 76 Jun 6. 1 Yr.DR. .
S.I1.BUIIOCKREALESTATE here'about two years, and made his I Persons Who Have Tried Dodson's Barlow's Horse and
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: 1 plant from the ground up. lie had to Liver Tone Find It Safer Than ] W. W. CARSON Cattle Powders and
much Modern Home for Sale.
clear the spot which required
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Calomel and Just Sure.Iodson'ti .
I time and labor. then he ditched it, and as No. 4(59-New modern 6-room house DENTIST I Poultry Food : : :

then he piped it. and lastly. he began "
located Emmett block DROUGHTS BLDG.
$ Liver Tone is a vegetable on t street one Office over Cole'8JewclryStore:
the .erection of his buildings\ and yards.
substitute for calomel that starts the west of court house. Electric lights Office Hours: 8-15, 1-5 NEW YORK AVE.

4 INSURANCE .1.1I Mr. Craw lord is a mining( i-ngmeer. liver to work just as successfully as bath toilet and lavatory. Lot 147x} Office phone 1&8

He came here from Leadvillf Col., and I feet. Several and Residence 23: St. Cloud Fla.
1471
I calomel does, and hundreds. of !>('r"onsI ) young orange I

:1 Examination of Titles a with probabl Ii practical know ledge have stopped" uinlth./: ., powerful drug I I grapefruit trees in the yard. This lit? .
: has madeitabtud DEKUYSlMKE M. D.
about raising{ ihu'kens. hut 11<' ; rri .
is located in the best
calunit-1 to use Doilson'H! Liver Tone property very .

Specialty. )', scientil'oallj I I.I and'I pniotically. mild vegetable/ liquid instead. Calo- 1 resident section of the city clone to

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future
His succeht thus fie inillcaU-H court house postoffice and business Special attention to the i ,,-
niel! often shal.i-s. un the liver too mlll'l'.1' | (given |
suc-cos. A, oyn a- h, got IIMM.! so Price :! < ). Terms treatment Women and i
section.! $3.7 on part.
.4 Solicited, and I tiring) on had alter tflVcts andsonictimes
Corresoondence that he could contine hi" fowls he started 24tf H. M. Breaker & Co. Children. j i
salivation. a terrible condi
at i it. and has dune, well, Now that
tion. Office! over Cilizt-nsIHank. II'IIONK 184! r F ennebh ButIe l'1
p.
will
he is thoroughly equipped he soon :
24Umospdr.
Kissinnne" \DruK) Co. sells Dodnon'sLiver No. 472 Truck farm. This property
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begin to increase his Hock and in the
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; ; Tone at 50) cents pr large hot tie, adjoins the city limits. just outside, I
he will have .
FLORIST course of a year or two oneof A. VANs AGNEW W. B CRAWrOaDAGNEW
and guarantees it to be harmless. to where you will not have to pay city
the largest and most iirlitablechicken
yards; in the countrjHii both children and {rov>n-ups. Kemem- taxes, contains 6)) acres, fine flowing \TANS & CRAWFORDATTORNEYSATLAW BARBER SHOP

1 Cut Flowers and Floral Designs her this guarantee and' try H bottle the well splendid soil and in high state of
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present stock coml'I'is..s| some
for all occasions. next time your liver gets lazy. cultivation. Can be bought at a bar

Potted Plants and Roses a of the famous Kellerstrass The Orpington Koller-;: gain price, including present growing S mir.,... :MI.. Cltlroim .Ibink llullitlllgK4B8immee Cold Drinks CiarzKissimmce
Ij white
I and () Wjandottes. Florida KFI I
; specialty. crop on easy terms of payment.Ve ,
strass strain is the kind that Madame
The State
I University.Three will introduce you to the owner and I .
you
MISS CALDWELL
Phone 83 JEAN Paderewski sought and got at such a

Ii dear price. The noted virtuoso's wife hundred and two (:.11)2):!) students can deal direct with him. This property GK H. I IJ.

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ i paid $7,000) for a rooster and five hens from forty-foitf\ Florida counties and is desirably located, splendid soil and I
I of Kansas : twenty-one states and foreign countries a money maker.
from the yards the City ATTOKNEY-AT-LAW
attended the State atGa 24-tf H. M. liREAKKIt! & CO.
University nes-
i. THOMPSON'\ breeder. Crawford didn't pay as much
for his. lie made his "money running villa last session, as shown by tne latest Office State Hank Building Sprigg FlemingCLEANING

I levels over and under the barren surface catalogue which we have: just received. Kissimmee Auto Garage and Machine Kissimmee. Florida(

of the Colorado hills. It didn't This catalogue/: sets forth the excellent Company has accepted the agency/ for - -- -- --

{ FUNERAL DIRECTOR "* come in seven thousand dollar hunches. advantages offered at the Uuiversity of tha Cartercar. one of the most wonderful /i< F. KRIBUS

But he maintains that- he .got the real Florida for broad liberal and professional cars of the age and will in a few ATTORNEY AT LAW KISSIMMEE, FLA. PRESSING

and thing in nejlerstrass.) In any event, education of our Florida boys. days have a shipment of these cars on DYEING nd

at the The work of the University Is divided hand, which they will take pleasure in REPAIRINGLeave
LICENSED EMBALMER the chickens he is raising Pine- Examination of Titles a Specialy.

7 dale Poultry Farm have a ready sale. into the following colleges: and divisIons showing to all. S 15-tf Notification and payment of taxes of
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and the hardest problem that Crawfordhas : S non-residents given careful word M my bouse'nod clothes '
t OPPBit' Courthouse 1. The College of Arts and Sciences.providing attention. : S.,
fmm solve is his Incubator wll} be ceDed lor and returned
to getting Lake. ., ., ._ .. .\1. "
i I' work' excellent opportunities for a Nice Home Close to .f : | ; '
fast enough.
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G. JOHNSTON
KISSIUMEE FLORIDA All of the buildings are constructedafter general college course No. 460-A new 5-room cottage'two ROBERT Satisfaction Guaranteed
I 2. The College/ of Agriculture which
large lots 60x164 feet each splendidwell
the plans of one of the most as-

--- tute chicken culturists of the day. provides for what may be termed 'Ihe of artesian water fifteen bearing ATTORNEY AT LAWKISSIMEEE
New Agricultural Era" and the "New
-I \ Chickens of the various ages are keptin Profession." It offers courses in Agriculture orange trees. Call and see this propo L_ cC LrS'J'E: :

$ lor $2 per Acre per Month separate pens. Crawford can tell sition. Price 1200. FLORIDA
: Horticulture Animal Husbandry 24tf H. M. Breaker & Co. : K:1.ss1.c:1.Jn.e: :
you on sight the ages of his various
Dairying etc. l,0llia c. MASHRY T. PICTON W A BLOW -Well"' JDrlller
Buy a Sanford celery tarn Flowing: ar. chicks. There are scratching sheds and -- --- --
j / Late Cuunael for Judge<>/ Lh.
...1.. well guaranteed. Mub-lrrljiatloB. j :a. The College of Engineering which
Florida U. Comm.
J: ,... "r.I..., aood............ provaa district cooling sheds, reclining rooms and recreation gives practical courses in the various New Houses.We K. Criminal Court is prepared to drillARTESIAN
/ _o I.t.re.t watar and rail tranAporta piers. Crawford has not over- & WARLOW
flow. OHr liberal. contract allow. nix. branches of Civil, Electrical Mechanical have several desirable new houses MASSEY
to Tltlo Bond ft Onaravtaa looked the of his
y anl pay oat necessity punishing WELLSin
Co.. Saalord Fla 4Uirr and other branches Of engineering. under construction which we are offer- ATTORNEYS AND COU JSELLOS
I .1.1I I wards, for there are several. guardhouses 4. The College of Law which makes ing for sale. All of these houses are AT LAW
on the place. When.one or his in desirable locations. Secure one of any section of Florida.
T< 4 special provision for who intend Practice In all the Court* of the State and of
hens quits laying and begins to sit, or I young men them for next winter at a lower price the United Stat... .1_ before the Florida Railroad -
.s , U to practice in Florida. In additionto than will be asked for them later in the CommlaKfon and the interstate. Conuneroe:
I. for ruffle up her feathers and cluck and'Bulk Commiaaion. Ten years' ot successful Well
Why it necessary a meat man the work of its able faculty our Supreme season.
t I. then Crawford puts her in the H. n-14 CHARLEBTOM BLDG. ORLANDO FLA. Drilling is a Guarantee of
to b. a,musician? Court Judges delivered lectures 24tf M. Breaker & Co. *.- .. my -- ,. --" -
calaboose. The guard houses he has 1I41Fr Ability' to produce. the best
there last year. results.
provided tor his unruly hens are constructed .
NDREW JOHNSON
i". The Teachers' College and Normal A -

with far more consideration' School which makes provision for the Call for Republican County TWO
I for sanitation and health than some of ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW AND FOUR INCH
training of teachers! for the rural graded Will Practice all Coirta WELLS A SPECIALTY '
the guard houses made for men. The Convention and Precinct in
and high schools of the State. It State and Federal -
practiced poultryman knows that a sit
has just received a gift of $40,000.00from Office adjoining Broadway P. O. Box 344
Meetings.
ting hen is not only in an unhealthystate
the Peabody Board for a college Citizens Bank Kissimmee .
of mine), but she is also physicallyill. building. The Republican precinct meetlOr( will beheld ICleslm.zaa.eeI : : : E'lorid.a

A sitting hen is feverish and a in lh. eight precincts of Oaocola County
6. The Graduate School, for advanced ou Kr H, l'J12 to elect delegate lo the Coautv r. H. JENKINS. R. a. WOODUAH
_ course of treatment is needed to restore ConTentlon.: Each precinct ila entitled. to
study. I for each ten Republican I voter
one delvnta
her to normal condition. So it that ;
is themselves, to & WOODHAM
7. The Agricultural Experiment Sta- present who will pledge support JENKINS
all of the guard houses on Pinedale the. Republican ticket or noralneea in the November
tion. next election. Preclude not sending row1
farm are built with interstices so that S representatIves, one delegate will be appointed SURVEYORS The Florida 6r
8. The University Extension Division, by Chairman of the County ExecutiveCommittee.
I ; a free current of air may pass up from Prdnct meetings. will alaoohooM:
below and through. Food and waterare embracing Farmers'! Institutes, Boys'and one. member for County Committee and one Kissimmee Florida Far tmrkeraand fruit If........... For
Girls' Corn and Tomato Clubs and additional member for each loo qualifying Kepnblioan I fallen who want to know about Plowi.la. I
.; ",, So he blow his horn! supplied from side openings in sucha Voters in the preclncta. Preclorta not - - -- Weekly, II.uu per year: month
can own various correspondence courses in Agriculture will be the '. .
landing member on. appointed by 1) 1'tc Mend inc for a len lm.ue trial
: -= way that there !is no waste and no of Executive. Committee. b.c. .. I
which Chad man County M S. Brlh Claaa.
are fully explained in !!!:
1'I overturning of vessels and consequentlyno There will b. held at Ht. Cloud Florida, a ,
t I I There never was a the catalogue.This Republican 1 County Convention on July 18th, THE FLORIDA GROWER
muss or slop to attract flies or ants 1912. to nominate: a county ticket. and tranaartmirti The Home .

;; 5.. f better place and never or other insects. Every towl at the addressed book to will the be President furnished of on the request State oooventlon other\ budneea a* may come. before the -I 8OO Florida ""...., Taaipa, Fla.I

will Pinedale farm is clean and well kept. W. U VAN DUZOH.
there be to
buy a
t University Gainesville, Fla. Chairman County Executive' Committee.
\. Proprietor Crawford has never had any JOHN L pHcaioo.Hertretary Bakery Mandesires
tender Steak or Chop .
--- -- County Executive Committee.
trouble with fleas or lice or sorehead UHfGua.rdia.n's I -

k ,. and all nl-e-a-t among his chickens. Cleanliness is the fire Signals.Ward to thank the citizens ;
I'
: ; We pride ourselves watch ward con-trolling the ranch; every Notice of Application.to and! visitors for their GOI'I'REHBRB ,
I with No. 1. Central portion of city patience during the tush for IS A GUARANTEED CURB .
supplied water and
pen running I one long blast of. whistle. Sell Real Estate of Minor. Bread. In future ve will
Don't % by
what sell-- betHvnanjrad an unabrhtly Goitre
on on
; we
... is raked clean each day, and the presence Ward No. 2. North Kissiir-mee, two have a larger variety goodson your neck that will aurely keep Increajdiur In alae

: .' .. We always J sell the of lime about the buildings is no- I long' blasts of whistle. Jark Notice Moan. la Illaon.hereby .given will that make 1. aa application guardian of to hand. and ma cauae sooner choking or later."HALL'S and. other unpleasant aympt .

ticeable. Ward No. 3. South Kmsimmee three lion George f.. I'arker. county judge of OnceoIn Hot Rolls. Cream Biscuit OINTMENT"
best. We spare no | long blasts of whistle. 8-tf i county at hid office \In the court house in Cur. tiottr to Stay Cured.
t During the months of February, Klulromev, Monday. July I; 16th, 1M 2, and Bread (white and brown) After you have tried' have
'1 9 pains this fact to tell, March and April Mr. Crawford gath- I for an order to'jO'IDO'b.: other helra of the late for Breakfast ever heard.of then: you will a n.t'ta"the real
I James M. Willaon. Br In private aale. of Ihe merit of thla remedy. It it perfectly harmleaa.convenient .
oud that tells all the ered five dozen eggs a day from his Own Your Own Home. bib sing deaorlbed real ...1.1.. situate In said Cream Puffs, Mondiy and to uaa. doaa not eolor the akin or cause
county and ata&<>. to wit: any discomfort whatever and we guarantee that
i, layers. This is moulting !season, and j We represent the Provident Homes The -weal. half of the north half of lot two Thursday. and oftenerif one application will produce More Actttal Reaailt .
I..J rest hens do not produce much during this I and the north half of lot three of block "; than a month a treatment with any otherremedy.
; |I Association of Tampa, Florida, and can the west half of the south half I of lot..two and called for. Don't spend any more money for wortb-
period. which probably accounts for the assist in the purchase the aouth naif of iotlhrre of blook ..", and of Cakes 'less remedies. but Send BO Ceata for a Package -
you or building alxty six feet Square off the north' end : Also a variety of "Hali'a 01......." and If you do not
_u. ti : BASS general scarcity of eggs. Pinedale I or building of a home which you can four of block "I", all. In the Robert .0J31 on hand at all nod"I It the beat remedy of the kind that you 'have
RULL chickens are sold at the rate'of 15 cents for like SlotS to KlMlmmee City: now the property: of used, you can return the empty package and
payinarent.. Call
pay at our the elra of said decedent. The interest of times. we will refund your money. W.eapeelally Idrlte
and seldom sold be- said minor ought to be conveyed abovementioned these having Large Goitre of
: a pound, they are office and we will explain the aa Loag HtaadlaK
: MARKET'I: proposition It the undivided oue-twentjr.fonrtn ALFRED SMITH to rive. this remedy a trial. Send .U.... or P. O.
-- \" I fore they reach an average weight of to you in detail. of the whole Or3eiremedv. will be Bent .by malL
''five pounds each. The Kellerstrass MATl'IB: A" WILLSON, Hall-. Ree...,. Hone, *. Manef leld,Oklo.t .
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'SUBSTITUGP ,AT WORK FAMOUS SWORDS OF SPAIN CAUSES' 'Of APOPLEXYPRIMARILV..REcOGNIZED', . ,/ ,/


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For Centuries Toledo Stood First lit '

the Making of That Equipment
ItOSB 1.1 LLA BOUNCE ON TO /
MRS. ef the. o'dl.' .., : AS ACCOMPANIMENT -

THE JOB. u\ OP OLD AGE. / .

\. '. >, 'been The celebrated.swords of Spain Numerous haVe authori always .Watch the ., Kissimmegprop rty is rapidly increasing , .


Of 'CMirs*' .ahe Had Her Own Ideas their ties might be quoted Jn| testimony. of Undue Worry, Even In Those of Com.paratlvsly in valutfoWing to the large number of

.a to Washing Clothse, but They'd' unsurpassed excellence, even as man who
Youthful Years. buys .
Come Out Whiter Than the long ago as the time of Cicero, who Will : peoplemoviny into this vicinity, and to the'
makes honorable Also Induce Dreaded Malady I ,
mention of
the little
".I' '"DrIvIIn'SeoW"{ Bpanllh'aword.: Victims Sometimes Re fact that there has and now U being expended . R
KissimmeeProperty
'. ; It Is probable that the manufacture cover.,
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"M1. :Johnslng caran'itiom Alt morn- of swords continued at Toledo until large .um.oE lnone.l r permanent

., In"* announced a big strapping colored -' the epoch of the Gothic kings, and it The word "apoplexy". generally: municipal Improvement .
woman'as Mrs Yonnglove open' ; Is certain that It means --.,--
was in. full sway la a sudden paralysis caused by / "- .' -,----
ed the front.door of her apartment In'' the I' ninth century These swords the rupture of a blood vessel; In the \ .

response to a long, steady peal of the served beyond doubt as a pattern for brain; it Is popularly called a"stroke. -

'electric bell, "her: baby: might down the Weapons used by: the Moors of It Is a result of .'80ftenlpc of the ar .

.sick an' she got to stay borne an'.min*" Spain in the middle ages, stin to be aeries that often follows primary. hardening .. / ,

,It, so .be done sen me as a substlfuge tees represented In the pictures at the or arteriosclerosis. ,
reckon Ah cam: do 70' wash mos' Albambra. The disease Is a common accompaniment I have yet a-terge number of Lots distributed In different parts of the City which I will sell

well arf she cayn. 'W'ot' de matter wlf The making of swords was not formerly of old age so common Indeed for stems rantfinjrfrom $75.00 to $500.OO, according to the location. .

de baby Ah dunno "zackly, bat It confined to one establishment. that It Is regarded by many as the. one I have also some residence property which would '
like .
'pears to be on de;Terse: ob de rackets Tbe ospaderos, or sword maker., characteristic senile change. to dispose' of. : .

I so de doctah say: -anyway.: w'oteTer worked at their own home. alone or It Is not confined to pld age, how Stop paying rent and buy some of this property and own your. own home. If you will .

'tis dat alls de chile, It mighty low. with a certain number of apprentices. ever, for many comparatively young call and see me I will show you how easily it can be done.ARTHUR' '

I "No'm, Ah aiD' bad no b'ekfus''Two Like all craftsmen, they were bound men who have gone".too fast and too
. alp an' some sa'cageT' Yaaa I neck together In guileS far in the pursuit of wealth or who I \'

,. .on datll do me-jet' to keep me tt-goin' Many of the kings of Castile accord-I have met with reverses and have worried -

till you has de lunch ready No, Ah el to the finest sword makers of Tole- unduly over them have hardening

I nerah takes coffee. It don' 'gree wlf d, certain Imposts! and duties apper arteries and are killed or disabled by .. E. DON GAN
i. me an' some folks say it turn de com taining to the Bale ot'words, the purchase apoplexy. l

I piex-'um dark. Oh, yeas Ah cayn of iron and steel and. other prl- In their hardened blood vessels ..

I' drink tea-or chocllt ef yo' baa It dry material. there may be softening spots which, .

Well, teall do ef yo' aln' got no chocllt IThe steel I used by the espaderoe of bulged by the hydraulic pressure of \
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Ah.aln' so awful particular. Madrid' was obtained In an iron'mine the blood, form! little aneurisms. A lit -

r. "Yo' cert'ny Is a m.l-g.h-t-y good atuated about three miles from Man- tle extra strain on the :vessels, caused

cook," admitted the "BubBtlfuge," as d-agon In the Basque provinces. by some violent emotion or the lifting SOLOMON B. AULTMAN Pros W. M,
she rose from the kitchen table aftera According to Palomeis, a Tnledansvordmakcr of a heavy weight or running to I FERRELL Vice Pres. & Mgr. G, W, WATSON, See & Treas.

somewhat protracted consumption of of the eighteenth century. catch a train may then rupture one or OSCEOLA
the food provided by Mrs Younglove I is an error to suppose that t'loledane - LUMBER COMPANY
the Wilhon
"!\tow, 'boat de clo'sT How yo' wan' preserved part ril.*r secret! Apart : _

:em washed T Eve'body bas dere own >6r. the tempering of their arms The} Planing Mill and '
, The ffice. and house Novelty Works
way, an' I lalkea to obligate de folks] I i: lore compelled to use the water 0 apartment '

w'uka fo' by doln' 'rackly de way dey'I I tie Tagua/: as well as the fine whit," eently ended by J, M. Willson. Jr., e gf

decustom to have 'em done. Ah'a all us I Bind that live river (contains Its bet DarhnKtort avenue i n a thoroughly m bG" 8 :?

, comadatln'. ;: Tills. amid served for the'operallon <, ern and substantial building, and wo 111 Q. !v; gp.: ......

, "DIs beyah yeller soap? Ont w'ot what they termed refrearar la ('aId' d i credit to any cit\.. A. cOO:EC Mi:
yo' use? It don't wash de clo's <
Well, of rose ef yo' wan' me to use It. ': nil and \Commenced to throw o' pied by the HisBimmeu Electric Co. a- "" fC vw R { % .O"... S.coifcf.
an' yo' aln' oder Ah'ldo\ man I eiarka the eapadcros ..Instantllarrinklcdlt r-oc.fCJ MtIJI
got no 58 (4i .
R. DeWui Brown's stock of musical, igetrumrnts ..
bes'-but It de wua kin' fo' de clo'a I with nand I
and supplies in 24x60, v to .9 "
"Yo nan's do clo'H] btled'! Does. yo' The hide having become cherr = !; s

bile you' clo'H? No, m.a-'a.m. Ah nevah ; red, they)>lui>Ked the point Into 14.foot ceiling. The south side ap n .. .:. 5-0 OQ.oo80

bales clo's Bllln'\ Jen' dlHcumalatex do I wooden r4ervolr\ full of the water dirt t'ro de gar-minks. BO yo' cayn' git the TnguBBnd. having once cooled I.I being five of them and has the afdimensKM -.01. ....".._'". _'" .. a

It out no bow. Some ladles de\ don' they lral,(en<'ij it as much a. wu| '8 This' apartment has "C.J:> be
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lalke bllln' fo' not'ln-dey say It make desirable. i been lilud with tenants yet but e :;; :s:J "-c : :: : i iBy

de 'partment small); but mebbe you' I They lh, subjected each of tlrd oflicts of Mr. \illftun and Mr. D"|as .." -5==::

don' mid dat specialty now de weder I blades aa kd not hitherto been eij Leaner i are to !Lr found here e- ;> ..

Is cool an' do winders. IB close"r osed to (here, and when it began/: tf! ofiiee and store looms are well yen d C *M
"Attln" yo Jot no osier. I the took It by the
honey Tain' de "kin Ah lulkea Ah 1 I with red.ho pincers and plunged longui/: i flI tel] and liulited and! are equ'PPl.dtOII..t" \ tr dealing SAVE with UH you will bt aoie to get just what you want, and in a specified time, besides WE WILL i SAVE I't
YOU from
know It's call de bt>s'. but Ah nevah i I Into sheep fct until It cooled an oi:
use dat kin' down Souf 0, yaaa, Ah\ '!II I I eratlon_tliatpparted temper to It. tie A broad staircase. between the d. s OSCEOLA LUMBER COMPANY ,

line It ef yo' wan's me to, but Ah won' I tine ramot Toledan ewordmaker CBI, '_--r"I I Inc. ISMIM.F.P.. PLORIDA_ 1'
make no p'edlllcttons of how de clo's I: whom month Is made was JulIaiC 'uteueIICthere is almost always more Ii _-

; gwlne to look. Yaaa. Ah soon de surnamed Eloro;; or the Moor, by i or less Improvement for some weeks .
wringer ovah by de tubs, but Ah don' reason of blooming from Granada, i I after the stroke - --- __ _it
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nevah use none. Usln' wringers la jea' where he wotpd until toward tbe end I Apoplexy can be treated only by the '

flyln' In de face ob P'ovldence 'How of the fifteei| century for King I physician, but those who fear an attack I - ----.n._ _ ___ .- 1 )
does Ah wring de do's?" W'y, wlf mah Poabdll-Ilaer's Wfeekly ran do much to avert it Quiet

ban's of co'ae. Data de rail proper I and calm should for them be the rule is the main question and should always
way. De Lo'd n rah mean' dat wringers Amajlr !, of life. They should never make any ISTHE TITLE GOOD ? answered be
Photography disinterested
by a
should be used, 'specially on dese severe muscular effort They should authority.The .
heyah fine pieces Ah knows a lady The paslo a church in this dty never run for cars or climb stairs I TITLE GUARANTY CO. ,
went to ctlJ
use to go out washln', she mo' kill one of his parishioners Quickly. They should avoid hearty will search and '
who live examine the title to the
hersef nsln' a wringer. She dlsrno- n a single room In a meals and the drinking of much fluid, I Osceola land which you are adout to purchase in
,
club hour e rapped OB the door. County, or elsewhere in Florida, and if found
cated de spine ob her back an' It nevah even water, at any one time.-Youth's to be good will guarantee
got well no mo', so one ob her shoulders There wa n answer for a moment Companion. you agl/inslloss by reason of mortgages, hens unpaid taxes and adverse claims

Is hlgher'n de other evah sence. and then her luppre8aed voice It is our business to protect our clients and patrons against investments in ,j
said: imperfect -
So ,yoU Jes' have to 's-o-u-s-e me, r titles. We accomplish this by a thorough search of the records
honey, et Ah wrings wit mah two "Walt 11m te-I can.t let you In Parrot's Shrieks Start Murder Scare. of our TITLE POLICY or Guaranteed Certificate?( of Title. and the, .issue
now-but tal minute"He A large green '.'
ban's. Bay, honey '0' just leave dIe parrot, supposed, tohave "
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waii. fter what seemed escaped from the ,
Anil do de eld's several Oceana of the '
wash to
neyah me. min beard the voice again Bermuda line, stopped traffic at Montgomery The Title Guarantee Company doe Genera] Abstract Business throughout ; [
mah -own way des time. Dey'll come the State! of! Florida i j\;; : '
Now ; :
out -wlter'n de-drlvlln' snow, yo' see up close to the door,. : and Washington streets Jersey Abstract to City and County Property made and delivered on short police .' ,. *.
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.et dey don. and whe 0 en It come In. aa quick. City, and stayed on the job until p.>
Jy as yo n' It bad
called
out the
police reserves
"W'ot mah name? W'y rush name
It wall )a tor'l ftl'llt call and tbe fire TITLE GUARANTY!
XII Bounce-but yo' cayn call me and be apparatus, says the New COMPANYCapital
Rose Lllla, dat mah fus name. Tain began I nder what sort of Black York. Evening World. Stock .IOO (M>O UU- -"____ .

all de ladles I wuks fo* dat I tells 'em Hand s y or bombmaklng club he Crowds on their way to work were CARROL D. JUDSON, President EDWARD A. NASH, i
was to Secretary -V. R, JUDSON
Hla worst fears startled to hear Treasurer
seemed loud shrieks
mah fas' name, but Ah lalkea you, coming TOOMEB& REYNOLDS, Gr-nvr.il Counsel
abou be realized, for:' as the from an upper floor of the Lincoln Home Office t
honey, aln' Ah don' wan' no fomentalltles door Bisbee Bldg., Jacksonville, Flu
wa ned he was met Trust Branch Office, Kissimmee '
Fla.
'bout mah name.-Nllw York by a company building. LEWIS O'BHYAN l
streamln d light and an evil Imell. "It's Manager Kissimmee Branch +
Press a murder! said a fat man. 4,
"Hurl' aid the host, "or you11 "It's a foreign lady" declared the -- -- .
"
spoil tb ate. That lamp fat iii
always man. "Why don't somebody save .
Her Idea of Love. IImellll II ell!" herr' '

"I grew up with my romanjtlc Ideal Then lanced up and saw who Hundreds of people crowded the - ;t-::/, ,
of I married confesses a t :
love, and the man who bad Invaded hl.o .
streets
when Martin Grady head
,
woman. "The pathetic part of my r dark roo Indlanapolll News. porter ..
of
the trust
mantlo Ideal was that I believed fully company, found the .
bird In a small r r c ?
recess under the rn
and firmly that there was some mys- r'q ,
JerjouSipower-! love that would autlful Handa. eaves.
,7 When a fireman]golJaIL..wA the y, l4
A -
henceforth glorify every. moment" ot pert and, atcordfngto tbelongestat ladder- .
the
parrot flew --- -
away
my life led rule based upon the -

"True, some of my friends bad tried Greek sc red Ideal figures, should ". '.'
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to explain to me that there was a measure an inches from wrist to Why Clink Glasses?

:"clamor" which would 'wear off,' but I the end be second linger,. but by "What have you got against that ,

laughed at them."I the same tenon a hand which la man at the corner tableT" asked the 4 ..II&:
Insisted that I was not at all sentimental classic In shape and Is In true proportion bartender of the regular customer ) 4

; that I knew we were poor; t< e rest of the figure may "That was a positive Insult you banded .. 4 '
that I was quite willing and anxious be also gHowever the palm of perfection. him a minute ago. You never of ,-

to work-and tbat I was going to be painter or sculptor work- fered to clink glasses with him." ,

happy! Ing to pi |e an "ideal" figure, wItha "What's the use?" said the customer. o

"Well, I have been happy, strangelynappy model i hand was other than "He Is deaf, and deaf men seldom "{
seven In however true In proportion clink glasses. .
Why should they? I'I'I
"Poeslbl: I may be wrong, but It la a orm, would probably sole I They couldn't hear It. People only ,

a theory of mine that few men spend scald the figure as to bring the clink glasses to satisfy the fifth sense

much time and thought on the business hand to ilgbest sought measurement At any rate tbat was why the originators -

of making their wives happy. of :tlon. Arching of tbe of the practice did It; and succeeding
The ;wife, more than any other crea- nails add ;be beauty'of the hands, generations have perpetuatedthe

ture, has to make her own 'happiness. and this a ig should increase from custom In the ordinary process ,
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Her world Is made by her way of the Index :er to the little finger, of quaffing a glass of liquor we are f f

thinking, and her way of thinking and the n ibould be narrow and Inevitably bound to see the stuff

about the man she marries Is tbe keynote lengthwise Ight. touch It, smell It, and taste it That ,.

of theIr natural happiness." leaves the ear alone unsatisfied. Sow {" a

one In Canes. : clink for its gratification." you want to look at or buy the cheapest Farm Implement in town I r I.. k

St. Mark's. Campanile. The mai > of r for the just I
a cane and umbra money, drop. around to the Osceola Hardware '
Tbe new Campanile of St. Mark's la depart in a large New York Outlook Promising' .. om'I. : ,

Venice, raised on the site of the old concern w urprised at the question On Sixth avenue New York, two pany.. Good goods,,big values, square dealings. \ .. .' .

, tower bas been practically complete : "Is such a thing as fashion young women walked behind her, conversing ;.:
for months, but It has been wanting in ca Of course there fa. audibly above the roar of the ;... :Iv

the great golden angel which crowns The strslg: ties, with knob handles elevated \ .-r' '
the tower and dominates the city. The 'of all aba] nd made of all materials "And how are you liking: your husband ,

.angel has been placed In position and were e Bald, "all the rage"a T" asked one.

the removal of the scaffolding has few yea o. Conservative men "Oh, he's steady," returned the other .

begun. wore limp nell, but a miniature ; "be don't drink, he stays home

bandmastei ton was easily disposed nights, and I kind o' think I'm going
ullo of. came the thin switch to like him."
The Relating Osceola
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"Anything exciting In the paper to cane, and w years ago nothing How fortunate! thought; the woman. Hardware Co. .

dayr' sold better canes with straight. .. :

"I should say sol There's a com- handles T] everything wants i One of Nature's Noblemen. I
crook band e>, and there ts a goon '-
plete description of Mrs. Pufferibulk's reason for,4 "Money don't seem to have spoiled (
In
:yle. crowded subway -
rope of pearls. Mr.
and ell Wlnkerson a bit""I '
trains and surface
where knew It. He's lust the same as ;t t.
cars
must hold to
a
Too Much So. l and'' has one hand left for strap cane ever, Last night him and his wife = --- _ . '
come over to play bridge with my husband : ::. ; <
"Flitters alert
; seems to have an and paper crook handle

) a mind.alert; In fact, that It never liit 'or very over bandy the, nd Its '''at.shape the Is pocket gncefnland'sen cpmeshangs to show and that I, and be.dIdn't he never think done folks a thing'tbatbadn't'money We Can Do) Your PrintingRGHTt! ,: ::

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bas enough on any one subject' It,will not-b*, dlsthf .- I anyI ; ,
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::St. Cloud" : Classified 3HSCELLANEO8'I I .Noti s of Election :"'

Advertisements In oompllanc'' with the law In
;, 'I." THE YOUNG LADY who .left her ad- and made deal and. ...pron asls hereby annpunoec snch'oaaeii Get the Habit '
-I drew will
at the Home..Bakery will be held
,', pleas* '
'The 20th meeting1 of the New York call at the Bakery .It $ t.f{ \ >I Osoal.No.County Lon tS.edne.dar.Florida: 8p.oLI July 91;:ai, . SMOKE ,
Veterans Association .. D. 1919' for the a ;
held
I was Tuesday Advertisements pnrpoee of
are Insetted'nnder'this. -" wbo
\ July 2d 1, at the dome of Mr. and Mrs. head at; the rate of 5.Cents). GET,If. N. B RATION 'to-drive- .halls.rraa.acheoltru.teeaolsaid dWtrmtfo. Boone's "
Straight
p r E.-A. BardweU at the lake'tront. The per I line, each insertion., .' your number two fvarijtext after, the election.: and to Ox tb ",
,, artesian wells. or rallla I of' dlalrlol school "
4StfWADE tax to be
t meetinjr was called to order at 10:30: tarled and collected annual)1) 'for the paid two \..'\,
and led in prayer by Rev. Mr. Hackett. '' -'r--' ,- year. Made in Kissimmee '* ,.'
Cards and letters were read from ab. FOIl SALE, MUTTON., fresh; fat and fine, at the the tuner, Orlando. eleetb The fonawlng ur -were_appointed, to. act.t Mia< t 1
L sent members, and at noon an excellent Hull Base Market, phone, 189. 19-tf W.'It Godwin The, Gear with the Real .Tutei
dinners was served. The tables, W.l} 'ClelJ.nd, .
.. were FOR fresh fish ,
FOR SALE.Pretty phone; the Hull Baas O. I31sa. Box trade solicited .. e '
set on the lawn.: About fifty were ; cottage home, WE-Have 1I.t.ed"me of the most desirable Market No. 189. .' ai,
.
r present. At 8 p. m. the following' program well located and cheap, convenient, six property on the market, both 19-ti. John>> 'It. anden.. Clerk. Iolped" ,
was rendered: Opening: song', rooms, pretty yard, very comfortable city and county, which offer Don by order: 01 the Uuard of Public I BitA" ; \
ti "America;" recitation by Mrs. Ana- and home-like. We also want to ahow i the lowest_prices to be we''Obtained.at WOOD, per strand, $1.26;;five strands n tlou Jo12, OiAtteat O I. county, this lind day ot iulr, A. .:t :

1 1", baugh;. Comrade Phillips Bang "Little limits you the valuable farm inside the city i There Is-no padding of prices by us," ,tn.. 75. KIssimme. Lumber Co. 29tANYQNE.anywhere W. c. BASH. elf-DeprecUtlor. '., ,
Brown Button "! acre tract, excellent _., Too prevalent,
; song "Red White every piece of property sold at exact, --- -- -- ---- bairalnn.IK.it.
and Blue;" laughing song by Comrade house, fine shrubbery nice lot of price placed it '' :: J' zone man who thinks too
fruits on by the owne'r. can start a mailorder I W.J.BEAKS.superintendent.. / >f mud +
Dcpew ; duett by the Misses Gill and started and very fertile pro- Write ua your, requirement and we I business at home. No canvass himself there are a hundred Who
Bartlett; select reading by Mrs. De- 'ductive comfort land, all nicely arranged for will do our best to pleas you, by ing. Be your own boss. Send for free think too little.- 1I"nun..e.
pew: recitation. "No Sect in Heaven," and convenience, for sale at showing just the kind of booklet. Tells how. Heacock, A 2144 I 0:
by Mrs. Frenches ; remarks by Capt. a sacrince price, we want; to show desire. H. M. Breaker &property Co. 24-tf you Lock port. N. Y Notice of Election. j '\rid. I.

I Scriber, ; .recitation. by .Gladys! Porter; you. Nelson Realty Company. 23tf -'--. made In compliance and proTlded.lt with the la law In Such eaten I t r

c.OIIea wnn a 8Onft ':Some Happy I FOR SALE-E., BLUE RIBBON Ice Cream best and declared that an election hereby "inouiicod .
M. F.1'ourlngCar, 1912 j will be held at .
Day. Aft jr a good social time and FOR I HaBiinier, O wool a Coiihty. Florida,
a KENT
model town. Kissim'mee
), good as new. Will sell, Drug Co. 31-tf lax School ; Hiwlal
vote of thanks to their host and hostess or exchange District No.4, on WedoMuapi July C. Buckles. :
tor good real estate will 91, A. D. UU'2, for the ot
for their ; or purpose UeMrKluIng
hospitality, the Association sell 40 I FOR RENT-Six-room Cottage. Mrs. ; whixhall serve an aohool: : ,
adjourned to meet my h. p. Pullman car. S. S. I I MEET-me at Kissimmee Drug Co. and trice IriiHtm-a of axM/ dls. .
at the home of Comrade Griffin Orlnndo Mary Summers, Lake View '' fur two rear next: after, the and
I Washbarn 'the first Fla. 22-tf South Cottage, we will Ret! a drink of the best soda to ax the number of mil m of dial.
Tuesday in I Kissimmee. e.eutl'E'>l tax has
1 the ;:
I August. FOR SALE-Three t-p S k orange groves and two yearv.
several hundred of I FOR RENT-Old State bank The following Beat Paying Propertyi i
acres land
The Ladies Aid Society of the M. E. at a building were appointed to act alaald
I church will meet bargain. Located in Lade Apopka -Darlington; avenue; four rooms AN intelligent person may earn 9100 lection : in Florida
the home of Mrs. Nelson Friday afternoon at section of Orange county, near Gotha.,I and bath upstairs, three rooms below. monthly corresponding. for newspa! N It..H.B.Underhill Alderman
1 10th
street and Wisconsin avenue.corner Practically all lake front. J. D. _E. G. Vans Agnew, Agent.___24-tf per!. No canvassing.: Send for par- Aloe. Sloan, FOR SALrE:
Brggs. Orlando, Fla. 22-tf DWELLINGS for ticulars. Press Syndicate, B 2245, I Immerttra. :
rent, apply to M.. Tiller John rhali'ller. Clink
Preaching at the Lockport. N.Y.WANTEDAt .
Presbyterian church R. D. WARING & CO. will rent r .___.. I Doim by order tI'6'' Board of Public liiKrimtWixs -
Sunday at. 10.30, by Rev. Hackett, followed you --- n Onceola Cunnty. this :
a house. tad day of Jsy, A. ORANGE GROVES
9-tf R. Dr WARING 1) 1911 AND::
by the holy communion. & CO. will rent your once, to buy horse, wagon I
f. A dancing party was given at the FOR dressed poultry, phone the Roll I I house for you. 19-tf. I and harness. Nelson Realty W. C.CbalrnVn.BASH] LANDS ADAPTED TO I

r New St. Cloud hotel on the evening of -Base--Market----No.--189.- --. -- 19-tt- I j FOR RENT-A,large house and five I Company.- Attest: W. J.PKARfl, GROWING ORANGES {I
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the Fourth, for the benefit of the new FOR SALE-Three residences. I acres of ground inside the Ruparlnteudeut.I
One in city limits WANTED 3-U
P r -Position ae woodsman with ___ ___ I There
city park fund. Eureka addition, $600; one in Lilly's about one mile from the postoffice. turpentine in is less of thu chars. f

n Mr. Drought; wife and little daughter addition, $1,500'; one in Bass' addition I Nelson. Realty Co. TJ-tf II I tion. D. Wynne operator, Kimimrnee healthy, Fla.ben! 'j NOTICE. acter of .laid OB the market t ,
Waters
Alice ,
$2,500.
left on Monday for a month's & Carson Gro- i today that
e at Saluda. rnrviliiia't stay f cery Company. FOR RENT-A modern 3-room flat 272tpdTHE 1 Kottnc In bsrehr KiTvn that any other and i ia I
Mirth I 5 -tt h .. .1 the Honntihle
; few
q;" ;% I The I I with all city conveniences. Apply to.J I.xaotur| Boar l ol Cotmty CompiiiBlornTK: will.I .tholr: : a yean there will not 1 bean . !
graduates of the St. Cloud grammar W. B. Harris. Gazette office. tf LADIES, moll in Annum A. I I' 1012 Hi for acre of real
o school went to Narcoosgee for a I 1 She pni|''o>. >f bearing complaint, whthor orange,land
picnic on Tuesday. Everyone had a fine A FEW FOR-RENT- -Karl-: --- - ------ rJ the boaJra assessments bv the "an' Pl."tt!;.ui the A.h..to.'a in dm Slate that can be i.
s CHOICE BITS property, consisting : I
time. i : bought
of 20 acres of ground 17 miles from I Modern Home for Sale.No. why*m Mhall It should aland be or whether' cause can :npwn except at an enmnvnoon !
Miss Lizzie Nelson rhaiiKe All |''*rams 1 lif lug figvre.BUCKELS/ .
the
who has been on city limits; also 15 acres inside 4 t)9; -New ofuplalnt to m..re. requested u> Sir lien.. ,
.t I the sick list for some time, is slowly A 20 the city limits Nelson Realty Co. I modern 6-room house, I with tbe Clerk or prudent. U".IR In per.ig bofora - - -
improving. ACRE improved farm, fenced and I jcati-d on Emmett the hoard at ineirnnxt m..lIlIlI.C. .
cross fenced 12-tf_ street, one block a .. C
,
--- JOIIXBTON:
a --
variety of fruits-, stock --- --- f
of
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Mr. and Mrs. Manuel I court house :1A1 .
,, I t who cam here from Hollenbaugh and implements, an extra large cot- FOR 1 rtfcNT!: -Two modern Hats with Ii'.t. EIectrjc.Jjgl>tB, - Clerk ("irauli Ceirt.tf .
.y Virginia, toilet -----
are now and - --
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tae, some household goods all for all city conveniences. lavatory. Lot 1-I7J -- --- The Fruit Land
at Fla. Apply at the Man
Frostproof where Mr. Hollen I 71 feet.
$2500. | have
Several I
Gazette office. you anything to I
young e f or l
2O-tf
baugh will have work until orange and avap <
August. A BEAUTIFUL i KISSIMMEE .
.if
surburban home good ant-fruit trees in the or you want to buy or re* anytiing! FLORIDARollins
A'i Mrs. Vincent, on Wyoming avenue house barn etc complete water works I FOR RENT-Thf Presbyterian church is yard. This :'try a "want ad" in the Ga tte.
has been on the sick list a few days. for irrigation Ask about it. cottage. Inquire of A. S. Nelson oprrty located in the very bosidem I L I

} Rev. J.:14. Weatcott, pastor of the M. A fi ROOM concrete bungalow only I /Kev. S. S. Snyder. 22-tf.or section of the city, close to I _ _
E. church will preach Sunday morning tftoO.) cash takes it. - -- ITt house postoffice and '
-- business
1 on "Having Nothing, Possessing AN ELEGANT 8 room house close in (FOR RENTThree room house, .turn. Price $:J.111O.< Terms C/o11eo-e/ fLO OLDEST couEGL
; Things," followed by the holy commun- $3.r>00.) A 4 room cottage 100 ft lob, stallchicken house. Harden and lt{ H. M. on purl. { WINTER
I' ion. Installation of Epworth League I some bearing': fruit trees $500.( cash. land just outside city limits. W. fl. Breaker & Co. Departments.. PARK. FLORIDA ..ri
a' officers at 6:30: "), followed by a song service AN ELEGANT 5 room cottage '1., Jones at ice plant. -- C:School of Expression Collie Sri,1 l,of Academy, School) ot Music, School of Fine Arts,
1 I. "The Cross in Song." block flowing well, only $300 cash Jo. 472 Truck farm. This Course for Teachers. I Domestic and Industrial Arts. Busi ices School.

t 3. H. Walker and daughter from Ft. takes it.Building FURNISHED Collage! for Kent. fins. the city limits ,property Faculty.. Twenty fofpSHors and
1 'fiaasinger, were St. Cloud visitors on I and lot with stock of groceries We have a delightful cottage! ere just outside. Universities of America ml r.urope. Instructors prepared in te; foremost
located six will
in W. Palm Beach lo you not have *'
-4 ; Monday. I for land Kisximmee. exchange rooms, well located with fine view of to pay city ., Lncatlpii.-On Atll c Coast Line and yeaboard
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Dann and family HAVE 32lj near Fake good. neighborhood to rent until t-s. contains 6J acres, fine (lowing lof Jacksonville on the f OUIi 'Honda Heights Air Line. I 141, miles south
p) from Orlando, are visiting at the home 10O acres acre hi cultivation farm at ,$40:20!l per acre, October the first at $i 0. per month. I II 1. splendid soil and in high state of and healthful towns in u South no malaria. ; in one of the rIVet beautiful
of Mr. and Mrs. Grant Kendall. dow, balance acre mea- We also want to rent the Earl property tivation. Can be BuilalnffH.; Ten coinodious/ and! attractive.
f bought
pasture watered by at a bar"sVafSVBriT buildings; Science Hall
On I both the places in town on" '" """" $40,000 now in process ofrection;; a costing
last
t Thursday after the W. R. C. springs; will exchange for Kissimmee campus of 25 acres,
20 ... to
had finished their business session the property. Nelson aero farm on Shingle creek. -- .ginia.'outside which is connectej.y navigable canal/ with three other sloping I lrkw!! Lakeir-
Realty for each
Co. room ;
sdentlcctric separate
members of the ;
Post gave the ladies a RckJod 1.14, lijhl.fl. (ire protection
will IM
rernjvftfl lion ;
up to and including' dollars endowmentJAthletics.Foot Barter of a mil
surprise. Several interesting addressi i the 1 J-'lh' dayof July. ''.'l eat the office of the 8u
es were made, after which WA lTED- The .lntendeDt of Public Invtractiun. for enlririnir H. base hall, ba-kot ball X
t k" served the ladies with ice Post I MRS. MARY SUMMERSLakeview sweetest thing out for the public school buildmir, *t St. '" ming:, required Jlymnas: Golf links juid golf tennis, !k>atinj{, fowi", .
cream and your Iirl-Io'ull..r Greeme and hClnfllud.I" gymnasium! are '
I Candy- HpecifioMtiuiia can Iw seen at t u- South. Thoroughly C pan but as fate as any a. the
rake, which all enjoyed very much. I fresh from factory. Kissimmee Drug perintendent of Public in *juctlonThe riicht la undenominational in spirit and control.'
Cottage South Kissimmee Company. r M>rvMi lo relent any and a'J' bMn. I For caialoiuu adilr.
; ) 33-tf M
j tn-'t W. J. SEAKS, Supt. WM. F. BLbKMAN.
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