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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 21, 1912
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00547
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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: JOOST STREAMERS bers boned and will be heard on the date men. '-- -. .. . W ,
by Judge Perkins, qf the circuit t committee A committee on'arrange-
court.Mr. Butler was a candidate the I and ments and entertainment will be named< *, SIDEWALK PROBLEM
t ON SPECIAL TRAIN primaries'tor recent preparations for the event will be
the office of tax as rushed. I .

sessor. Upon the canvass of the vote, ad I A special Invitation to the
press: will ; ENGAGESttTENTION
ADVERTISING! of the second primary Mr. Butler fileprotest :I be extended; t.I

tiSGEOU'S CITY against the vote of St. Cloud II I +a. a.,* I _______I

__ _._ 'U precinct, No. 4. ]He claimed that 125, -" WILL -

illegal votes had been cast in that precinct I BUILD COTTAGE jf jfJ. : FINANCE COMMITTEE CONFERS

Fruit Packer Get Away for and that the precinct vote should : i

Peach Season at Horatio, be thrown out in toto. By throwing A. Barclay to Make Additional _

Arkansas. out this pecinct Butler would have a Plana Afoot to Make the Coat

M1 majority of 49 over his competitor, W. Investments Here. Fall Lightly
f -- a Possible "
I. Barber, who was declared the nominee .Mr. J. A. Barclay of Sioux
A special train left Kiseimmee'l'ues- City Upon Property Owner '
by a majority of 83. Iowa will build '
dT *t noon for Horat.lo. Ark., carrying a spacious cottage on
Mr. Butler further alleges that 32 of Clyde.av'nue. the house to .
} 90 men to pack peaches through the occupy part
f season there. the illegal votes were cast by parties. ot the lot upon which his other house The plan proposed In last week's Gacette -

The cbmpany was organized by H. R. who were on May 14 elected as delegates recently vacated by D. A. McAdoo. now for the city to lay all sidewalk
Overstreet. The men have been assembling to the county Republican conven lands. The lot Is a large cine and two contract and give the individual

in Klsslmmee for the past two tion to be held at St. Cloud July 18. residences will not occasion the least monvenience. the property owners the chance. to pay for

There ar a number of allegations to Mr.' Barclay's faith improvement by easy Instalments
weeks, and when the party was at last in has ,
made up arrangements were' made for show the illegality of the second primary eve Cissimmee is displayed! by making this the met with the consideration if not

as conducted at Precinct No. additional investment He is i approval of Council.
special train to take the'men throughto building The .
their deatinatlon without chanee. among them being that the inspectors for a tenant who could not find a house finance and street committees are

The consist of the train was two would not regard challenges made by a err aH In town justf'suited to his wants. Mr. considering means to bring about the

coaches and a baggage car. Each of duly authorized challenger and furthermore Barclay was in Kissimmee for several r result suggested. While, the Gazette

i the bore that the sheriff was given instructions days this week. He is gratified at the plan may not be adopted it is probable
passenger cars on the
,I Ides, with legends for advertising Kis- by the inspectors to remove the The Willson Apartment and Office BuildingThe many signs of growth which greeted to that some such scheme will be hit upon

challenger from the room. him on all sides, and save the citizens the burden
Is which
office more
immee and certain
and the house
carried stairs
men a goodly apartment recently apartments
The outcome of to the living than they would have to
the bear
case will excite ever that he made under
supply of advertising matter setting erected by J. M. Willson Jr., on quarters above. There no mistake in I author
are four ity the
forth in brief the advantages of this ,considerable interest.. - I Darlington avenue M a thoroughly modern I apartments on the second floor complete to electing invest Kissimmee as a place in which CounciL resolution recently passed by 1

section with the. information that fuller and substantial building and wouldd ;I each having living, dining kitchen and some of his surplus.'f' Hon. John M. Lee chairman r j

particulars could be had by dropping CITY TO DIG LONGDRAINAGE > credit to any toys bath rooms, all finished in mission nance committee is of the)

the Kissimmee Board of Trade a postal. 'I The north store room which is occu- with the exception of the kitchens BUILDING AND LOAN statement that the, authority for the

The enterprise was due to the Advertising pied by the Kittimmee Electric Co. and which are done in natural with committee members of the

Committee of the Board of Trade, CANAL R. Da Witt Brown's' stock of musical instrumentg hardoil finish. Two pine are at work on plans te'
large s
porches ummstc the
Md the members of the I and i ill ASSNt very object that the Ga-
party prom supplies 24x60, with built front and back affording access 'WOULD PAY ette article was intended
pted the heartiest co-operation in boosting 14 foot ceiling. The south side apart to each appartment without intrusion which Is to reach. .
give the
Kissimmee. i ment IS divided, office city the right to ,
I MUCH NEEDED WORK PLANNED into booths there upon any other. The main hall has alq'y.hR'hts contract one time for '
Several hundred copies of the souvenir being live of them, and, has the same i i idimenmoiH with laying all sidewalks -
so that ventilation A FACTOR IN DEVELOPMENTWhat to get the benefit of
wholesale '
edition of the Valley Gazette were Thin. auariment has not i may be controlled with prices on material
ropes. and
taken along for distribution. |been filled+ with 'tenant hut The car load rates of
Will the
I Reclaim yet. two front
Large Area and apartments have folding height, and at the
same time
One of the banners, which extended'' I' oflircs of Mr. Willoon and Mr. Dozier I glass doors with brass the to give
Make Ha
Overflow of Valuable ornaments and Been Done in OtherTown property owners the
the full length of the couch, bore the Leaner] are to l I.e found /here. The all trimmings and fixtures brass.Ev..ry extended advantage of
I are time in
,I Property Impossible. ofhre< and Successfully Can Be to reimburse
wording "We are from Kissimmee, the more roomx are well ventilated -1 apartment is inviting and comfortable the city.

sportsman's! paradise Another, "We i 'and lighted and, are equipped with and, it may be confidently pre.dicted Done in Kitsimmee. The city will soon have at

are from Kissimmee, the greatest ve'jC- I The city is soon to undertake the 'toilet and lnvutorii-8 I that the entire building will soon ment of $10,000 for to meet a pay '
etable market of Iramage of tin- A broad Muii-case paving,, and there s
the Another + pond lying beyond Vine between the down be occupied by permanent tenants. & "A building and loan association con are other things to be done

"Woare_! from Kissimmee, the finest 'street, J in section li';, thereby" reclafmintf ; ducted on a strictly co-operative basis money. requiring i

climate in tHe-world. Another, "'W u 'a large area and making the overflow t
be The
can made
to pay a fair return on the plan in brief Is for the
of city to
are from Kiesirnmee the cleanest other lands within the
f city impossible. investment, and besides such an make arrangements at
The organ one time for '
an the U. S. improvement IH
one that has I zation acts as a great! factor enough money to do all
I i MAKE in promotIng the work
The special train was routed by the been obviously needed for a great while, ME A DEMOCRA the substantial growth of the and work out a plan for necessary -

Atlantic Coast Line to Montgomery ; and the present administration is to be ------ town," said A. P. Connelly of Sanford hat will work effectively and payment ?

by the Louisville and Nashville to New commended for taking decisive steps to, to the Gazette hardship to without
WednesdayMr. .
To the Memory of the Lamented T. anyone.Kissimmee'
Orleans Jefferton.
; Texas and Pacific to Shreveport accomplish it. {
Connelly started a .
building and municipal improvement
; Kansas City Southern City Engineer Ludlam has
Ark. to Horatio and complet..dprofile I Backward turn backward. 0 Time, in your flight loan association at Sanford some years have come so rapidly, one upon the heel
estimates for the
canal will be 12.HOO+ feetin work. The Make me a Democrat just for tonight !! ago and he is in position to testify of the other that the tax on property
length about
( the benefits that have owners has been
2 1-2 miles | Hasten back Jeff, from that followed. Tbr considerable. To some
) ; its greatest width will be echoless shore it has
SUBSCRIPTIONS returns have been been
FOR even burdensome.
satisfactory to the To
20 feet at the and \ Trace o'er the chart U&ht'I r"I
top its greatest depth aa-ain. just as of yore ; stockholders and Sanford is much better en this burden and to conciliate \' I

' 9.13 feet. It will be necessary to re Po nt out the place where we first flew the track ; off for being the home of such an spirit of discontent that may arise any I Is
NEW LYCEUM COURSE E the move opening 49,000 cubic will have yards to of be material and Honest now Tom, will we ever get back ? organization.Some the Incentive which will undoubtedly ,o

bridged at Mem'ries of of Kissimmee's leading citizens guide Council In its deliberations.
-; V; five points possibly six, as follows: I-that's why you weep- I

Vine street, Florida Midland railroad Then go back to sleep, Jeff ; slumber and sleep. ., nave peen looKing Into the building ana ....
loan business I
with view
WILL BE a of organizingsuch
SOLICITED BY LADIES track; Mabbette '
street Patrick ", iV
street. .
? 'I ) company here and it is MYERSON
flow backward. 0 likely 'ACTIVE ;
tide of
Clay Martin iM .
street avenue. years J : },j;|;, that this will be a, development of the "
The coat of the excavation is estimated Weary are we of the gas and high gears ; "' near future. '

Christian Culture Lyceum Circuitto at $7,350, and the cost of bridges Murphies and Hinky-Dinks, pikers galore ; Mr. Connelly had not visited Kissim. IN S. P. C. 'A WORK'
at $195.The .
i be Organized in Kissim Belmonts to engineer; Bryans to roar ; mee in a number of years and he, like ,

mee with 200 Member pond to canal Patrick will street run due southeast south from from the Ryans and Morgans to scheme and to mold :; all others who have not seen the town in -
1 Patrick to Martin avenue, then Marse Henry Watterson there for to scold ;; some time was surprised to see the I
south '
The ladies of the Methodist church to Pinheads and i evidences of growth and prosperity that GREAT INCENTIVE TO POPLt'[
again a point beyond the city limits, rummies heelers and houn's\ ; make themselves felt
Are completing arrangements for the and then immediately upon .
east into the lake. Rookies
appearance of the Christian Culture From a-starting all the new soun's ; entering the business district .
time to time
Lyceum Circuit, of Gainesville, here been made by complainthas Gompers and rompers rooters and Root ; I To Organize-Say in Letter
property of
the coming winter. the overflow from this pond owners and the Timoth'ea, Theodores, smUdges and Smoot ; CAMP WAS SUCCESSFUL That He Would Be Glad to t

This organization l is recognized as offering general lack of drainage in this sectionof Pale and pink whiskers bald pates and wigs ;; Make Trip to That End. "

the cream of entertainment. It town. It] is believed that the Legs and umbrellas and all sorts of rigs ?.
has at its head Rev. J. Edgar Wilsonpresident proposed ; Young People's Union at Lake I )'.''' ,
Dr. as canal will remedy the trouble. i Lunches and lemonade, tinctured with rue ; Gty ,{ ; :
George Selden Waldo.Muetaqand
Telephones megaphones Held Enjoyable Meet. Col. Max Myerson President of the''a." .;:
lungs and bazoo ; 'tt '
manager ancLM-kW
!! It.
Thomas treasurer and specializes on SAME OCD3TOBYE : :J Chile-con-carne., mustard and beers ; The annual encampment of the B. Y. Society for the Prevention of ,Cruelty' v V"0\ ""
to Animal in
,providing entertainments for the Meth- I I i I Tin' horns and turmoil-deafen ears P. U., held' at Lake City last week, was a letter to the Valley ,I/l/ iJ,
your Gaxeette '
a great success. lr. A. J. says! that he would be pleased ?' Jw
j4 :oaist marts and anted societies. Such Kissimmee Holt returned :
Team :
Lost to .
Orlando in come to Kissimmee .
r* swell known i backward Saturday from a week' and assist in the
: men as Dr. A. A. Mur- Backward turn Oh Time, in attendance r i.1
your flight .
; organization of
.phree, president of the University and Saturday's Game. Make me a Democrat just for tonight I and waa mucn pleased with the here. The a branch of that society ,,) .' : .
Valley Gazette .
H/Edw. Conradl work In progress there. He said it contained \'
president of the Florida Last Saturday Orlando was
administered Carry me back to Simplicity street an Item last week In ''
: 'to ,
; the regard
Woman' College, and others another best meeting of the organizationand ; the "
many beating to the Kissimmee work
are* high in their. praise of the work team score being to 0. Get me a job on the Jefferson beat ; so good was the attendance and so by and the)lnterest evinced In It bere" },, ,_ ::1
dons by this lyceum course. Orlando secured her four runs on Show me a creed that hasn't been faked ; great the interest, that the idea of having number of people. Col. ''Myer.eon ' ... '" f

The ladle of the Methodist church three hits, and when such is the case I i Show me a platform more than half baked ;- an encampment Instead of a eon. "I says have; Just ;;', 'f-'
will act J 'ventiin had taken hold and In the fu- returned from Crescent... ti 1
a committee and solicit subscript an investigation will Soak 'em in ( ;
as a rule, develop i I alcohol sure that they keep) ; City and organized then with
,ions. Aa. ture the encampment would be of a society
.j rule
annual :
entertainments some work ,
poor some where.
Then go back to sleep, Thomas- back to of about twenty-eight people. I think
of go sleep.x
,j this character run at about one dol- The home boys were guilty of six!: I There were number it was the most 'f' ,

lar eac|>, but in this (instance six double I I errors and the visitors played perfectly. H.. R. of notable speakers, and between 300 have had In pleasing one that I Jt*tiJ
qmite flans
tickets may be purchased for three dol- Two of these t I and 400 delegates. The dormitory of NI
i I errors permitted Orlando "I will be
: .la'rs. It I I" the aim of the committee to men to reach first and later ..core.f f Columbia college ass thrown open forth city and assist.only to glad to come to'our< U '1

:n' secure about 200 names, which willguarantee I Tillman for Kissimmee had a wild pitch I i entertainment AfctiA -miAata.- n, and_n_ a_ Humana and R_'you P. r small -------- --- ,
the financial I sum was charged for the week'sboard. .y. w.
end of the prop- passed one man and beaned two. It ; State Board of have a State law that f
: osition. I Trade Will Soon !t was a great Improvement governs all tfaos*
really can't be attributed to Tillman, as things and
t The suditonum in the over the old plan of entertaining delegate having representativer
high school his work would have won nine times in
building will be Be !," said Dr. Holt Mr. every town the work is don and
I. Organized N. C.
-"'* secured if the present out of ten. The whole solution seems, Kissimmee Bryan there Is a deal
al great less
) plans do not superintendent the cruelty toward
miscarry, but in the event to be the result of individual playing Baptist Sun- animals. The
that this I la day school was also only expcnae that would
not available the theater rather than that of team present for a few i
:, will be used. the' local lads will work. If the Special Meeting of Local Board Will Determine Date and Select days, and expressed himself as having be attached to mr going would be' my ..1{<.'"'
: support ordinary railroad fare and
.; The program will be issue i at I Committee To enjoyed the session Lotel bilL Any Intor"v, ,I
an early pitching even, and do a mite of consistent ': Prepare for Entertainment of Delegate mationl cangi..
} date, together with the tim ot the first and Mrs. Medic one of the delegatesfrom you I will,be only too, .. ..."" ; ,
opportune swatting, the glad to do so. I am about to Talla ..
appearance. The numbers will be made a report of the go
r pure supporters will not kick. The The x
; entertaining and conform to religious the efforts'of I State Board of Trade will be or. the Jacksonville Board of Trade. He work to the Bible class, of which she is basses and organize one there shortly ,
players must be centralized i ganized in Kissimmee soon. The date took hold and Also Lake City and Live Oak. r
t topics_only in general tone. Mrs. Gaines however got in communication+ a member, Sunday morning. Commenton .I am
, Is heading the committee soliciting ahead ; the one definite goal for the proposed meeting has not been with the trade bodies in the State, and the good work was made by tiupt. very anxious to organize enongh sod* 1 M
memo that of
winning and put behind 'settled upon but will be chosen at a reported to the ties throughout the State to bold I
.', berships.BUTLER'S. the idea of Jacksonville Board of Bryan to the Sunday,?: school and also by conventions .. l
starring: A good play is
> appreciated at any time, and if a i H. Clay Stanford for that pur- trade bodies consulted were in favor ofa mon. be the means of enlightening all of us

COMPLAINT player has the opportunity to pull off a I 11 pose. State Board and that a majority had a In the work and a great help in many ,

,: \ dazzling diamond stunt, rest assured While no positive date has been absolutely voted to organize in Kissimmee. Daymen's Meeting.The way I attended a convention which t '
(f. Will l Be Heard at Court House in who there are plenty in the grandstand j! agreed upon, Thursday, July 26, Secretary Richardson stated that the Laymen's Union will meet at the was held in Washington while back .
are capable :
. of giving credit where has been suggested, and be Christian and I found that the
credit is due. may meeting, in his opinion should be held church next: Sunday afternoon knowledge 1 acquired '" I / .

Kissimmee ,July ,22. adopted. not later than August L., Herbert Race at 8:30.: led by Dr. F. G. Thornason. in,that way was of much greater i

An alternative writ of mandamus, returnable Borne The plan of organizing a State Boardof and W. M. Stlnson were appointed to F. W. PTTTMAN, benefit to me than anything I had ever a

O' tad Trade was projected by Mr. Stanford assist Secretary Richardson learned from book..
in in VicePresident.Mr.
the .
case of R. T. To Mr. and Mrs. completing
Joe :
'% Jeffords, a boy. at the recent Improvement Celebration I will be glad to hear from and
J"'t: Butler against the member! of the old To Mr. and Mrs. Jams Davis arrangements. J. M. Miller bas purchased the you .

"" and new county'executive committee, To Mr. and Mrs Tom a boy. in Kissimmee. There were a A committee will be appointed by lot on Dakin avenue In the remain. Respectfully yours, -. :.._ {l-0. ,".
Stewart rear of Mac .
; number of .
a girl visitor from other MAX "
'f >4'Jm towns, President Stanford at MTEKSON.; 4 r '.
*jesnl"ed on the IndivinusJ tonight's meetIng Bros stable j'Frs. :
t'' j"' tt-..,,, -i! 'If -'.. *. memo. II" \ .70 Mr and Mrs. Earl Minx, girl. among them. Secretary. Richardson of to collaborate with the Jacksonville handsome on which be will erect" a a.P.,C. AJak onvIll I.._Fla.. '
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building, ;
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? t" ASST. ENGINEER WILL 'paving'placed at'the fund. disposal of the special l lI' \ GOOD ROADS .DAY IS j I. '. .

City Engineer Ludlam filed paving ,

I'report showing: 1306 yards' of paving ."
'. 1{ KISSIMMEE completed on 'Main street: together

i it t ., I ,I'' 185 with 1.2 618 feet feet! of of curved straight curbing.'curbing This"and) For Sale ;

ll > I WORK CROWDS, DEPARTMENTS. property amounted, to entaiJIng'an 3658 feet' .on assessment abutting STANFORD' LAYING. HIS PUN! .'J >

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: for at I against' 'the property holders of' Date for Doing the Work will j ;
.. All work unpaid I &4.830.75. and $2,306.91 as the city'a'share. or Trade
Mayor Bryan Appeared Before Extra work on curbing and layIng -i Be Set for Some Time I ,
f7 !II" the end of thirty days I Council and Asked for' the 40 yards of paving amounted to :I After Rainy Season. .-.,

$47.25 and.$2.381.50 for intersections, -
J will be sold for charges. I Needed Assistance. the. total amount "for the work being I President Henry Clay Stanford ofI .,i
t Ii ii"
956641. On a commission of 21-2: I the Kissimmee Board ef-Trade ia i getting . .

I before per cent the city surveyor drw$2 8.92'1'' about as much notice in the Klori "'I
Mayor N.' C. Bryan appeared I .,
the city council at Friday night's meeting Upon unanimous resolution by da press .;hese days as W. J. B. or T,, ",
I ; and asked that an engineer be em- body, it was ordered that a lien be held ,i R., the same being brought about by '
"* KISSIMMEE AUTO CO. I ployed with. special fuhctions connection against all abutting .prop rty for the !I his proposal of a Good Roads Day for 1 ;
Two 2-Cyl. ,
with the paving now in proportionate share of the paving. A I Osceola county, when every mother's
I I second note of 5,000 was also ordered son is expected to shuck his coat and
progress.It deemed that municipal sent to the Alabama Paving: Company ; do a full day's work on the public roads.
if necessary
I f !
while the duties I in connection with their contract. Said H. C. S. is a Democrat and he :
f't supervision be had, and !
I,, ai outlined would not necessarily be,I -- ---- I(believes in getting back to first princi Reo Autos
ples. One way to build good roadsjs!
sufficient to keep this new official busyat ALADDIN'S LAMPMust
he to issue bonds, another way is to have
all times, it was proposed that
also them built, and another way Is to build
should have under ,his jurisdiction
the electric light and water depart- Have Been Used for Kissimmee,, them. President Stanford favors the
:'''':!tl ,' latter plan for immediate results. In
t I ments. Says Hartridge.Mr the words of Leavengood
i I The nature of this work would fit theoct'upant Timothy
l -- -.- -- - John Hartridge, of Jacksonville, "Something has got to be did." In
--- of: the office of purchasing "
., agent, so it was added that the official was here Monday .before Judge Par- the course of time Osceola county is W. B.MAKINSON
.. __ .. _n __ should also attend to all purchasing for ker us the attorney for the Pullman going to vote for bonds for a thorough .
] the city. "The Mayor's suggestion met company in a suit brought by Mr. G.' 1. system of good roads, but some time I

I with the unanimous approval of Council Smith. It involves the liability of the will necessarily intervene In the mean
Pullman in the matter of car- time the roads are bad and gettingworse :
the company;
I and doubtless at next regular
FREE INFORMATION I beyond destination.Mr. There is no money availablefor \,
meeting a man will have been found rying passengers
Smith that he was damaged the work at this writing and Mr. i I
I for the pia", This will, relieve the :
congestion in the, city clerk's. ollice, for to the extent of $iO., in nit being : Stanford has set forth his plan. The

: GROWERS : ; I it is the intention <.f Council to have on hand at a certain date and claimsthat plan has been commented upon by nearly '

i the new engineer. assume. the tank of the carrying company dId not fulfil all the papers in the State One paper r
I on the east coast used! the article I
of the contract in getting
I directions for the' making out the electric light and wat..rl"llIl its part
We make a specialty of giving practical
I I Mr. appearing in the Gazette as its leading i
management of soil and crops. including control of insect and I I handing in a monthly rt'port| to him out at his! stopping place. ,
i I was here to attend a hearing' editorial, and the Jowl! Uoads Advocategave
I disease troubles. If you are a new settler. or if your crops in the tin' clerk for entry. .. I Hartridge the strikingout ,it I liberal space.Since :
I before the judge regarding
past have not entirely met your expectations. write us in detailof The water and light onmmittec"'wasauthorised I
/ I of the damage part of the claim, it he first put the plan before tile
work and its surroundings. to c.iopoHc of the two iron I
your I been nhown in other decisions people through the l Gazette; Mr Stanford
Remember, there is a remedy or preventative for almost houses. at the l heat possible figure. i having has I Icon prosecuting\ a oanvuss, I -Jr
trouble. The information which we send out is based on These, originally cost 4>10 each but UK that such public service corporationswere I
every the among all th people'" he has met. and
to perform
not compelled special
experience supplemented by the most hand material t not liableto .
[ over thirty years practical second they are I function of getting a passenger' out has yet to meet one wjho't approved
I careful scientific study. Hundreds of growers are profiting by bring much. I and promised iiKHistanciThis
I this service. but we want to reach a still greater number. The before at any given pouit! citing other rulings ,
lion. A. E. Doni-gun) appeared' to show that s'' ih provision' VMIS not meant that all are willing! to pin" III a
: success of the growers is the foundation of prosperity for the the holy asking relict'in regard to redemption I provided lor in the contract, which is day's, work or furnish the Mini <.I! -1 1 1.0
-V I entire State. of the old tux sale certificateagiiinst the common ticket I issued by the Pullman for the hire, of a .uh titlll,-. J

I WILSON & TOOMER FERTILIZER CO. Payne and the Payne addition. I Company. The judge" granted the The road'( which it is proposril" , to. put /
This was referred. in good condition in nniil.iv time is'
I, strrkviiut. featureof > ,
: Mauufadurers off motion to ) thi-damage a 09
i I The County (:Commissioners, notified the case. and gave permission for the, I that one leading from t the j IDEAL FERTILIZERSJACKSONVILLE __ -I Council that the city's proportionateamount I plaintiff to tile an amended. motion. ty line to Kissimmcc and from Ki-im ;

I )FLA. of the 1 lid_:! road fund was ready : Mr. Hartridge was greatly 'impressedwith m-c to I I.ouKhman, in folk county. :Mr. The Qualityof
ii I Stanford calculates the distance, at 13:
and awaiting call. Council formally
I the many changes that nave occurred -
"----- - accepted this money. and ordered it since he was last in Kissimmee. miles Hi- says Ihut the work can be

has done in a day if enough volunteers will
I. Speaking of the prosperity the city
come iorw anl. He/ certain that
is theywill
shown, he said, "You cannot imaginehow
r. --- surprised 1 was when. I arrived in come. KORRECT '
( "\) the Tow weeks I',..,
.f: i' Kissimmue.! _My first thought" was of
; .r talked, to a great many men," says Mr.
e f Aladdin and his lamp. It seemed to metnat
',, t Stanford "and I have yet to f find one' SHAPE
Be.d Tim 1 is : there could be no other menus that
could be employed to bring about. sucha who is 1 not willing to contribute his part
toward the of this I find
suedl-ss plan.
\ ". great change. I really cannot say Oxfords is
tv 400"a "r just when I was here but am glad thatI that the people are thoroughly awaketo
13he- Your the needs in the matter of good
was able to get here this time.
I roads, and there is nothing left to do well known.
streets aud buildings all shoVmunicipal .
.r Time pride, [and the many new structures but to organize and appoint the day. I
Spring ,,/ I greatly impress one who has notbeena "1 am going to make a trip over this

frequent; visitor. One of the best road pretty soon for the purpose of
especially -. finding the places that need the most
t features for advertising a city, Why
Because The 400 is the best all wire spring made, to: strangers, is a good hotel YouiGraystone'is attention. I shall have to call captains .. JSYou ;: i :.)'

.w and supplies ease and elasticity that is restful, and I was'very:muchfpleased all (that a city with can it desire I expect -II and that the lieutenants work may to be my'done assistance with some so .. .'CfrWshould \" j i

1 refreshing to the sleeper'who would be uncomfortable .,. to leave this afternoon, but of thereare the ,I measure"I have of conferred uniformity with and many settle .' \. .

I on the same,bed if it was'not equipped with J town so that many I have interesting not visited parts that I may upon a date, but it is the opinion of buy at
all that it is best to wait until the rainy
The 400 find itconvenient[ to tarry awhile longer
Spring. ,
season is over. Then we will set the WHIDDEN'SWhen
and get; a good look all around.
; made of the best Premier wire. It I i day, make out the roster and get to
i The 400 is very grade j work. I believe the plan will work
r' I. contains 88 oil tempered coils securely fastened by stiff 1 I Modern Up to Date Home. successfully." In fact I am assured of of
it. buy pair
I cross wires and rigid frame wires so that the surface is I No. 464-$3,500.-New, modern six- i you
hot and Oxfordsyou
; room cottage, bath lavatory, Korrect Shape
smooth and even. The height of the coils are sufficient to I : cold: water, electric lights, beautiful I Truck farm for Sale. the satisfaction
No. 467.-$!iXK( > six-room have
expensivemantels, new furniture, nice secures a
11, support the heaviest person in perfect comfort, while the wire t rugs. Houseifurniahed complete, ready cottage located on lot containing two "of knowing that you ,

is at the same time gently clastic to the weight of a child. 1 1I. I I for occupancy. Large lot, 83x147J feet, 'I acres of land, within three blocks of are getting every ounce
iii I: the center of the city. This is fine
t'tJI. l! on which are twenty full bearing orange a
? The 400 is hand made by skilled workmen of long experi- I trees: Located in three and a I garden proposition, with two artesianand of value and comfort

half blocks of the postoffice, on beautiful wells on the property, if properly that i i. possible to put
i: ; ence. There are no rough or uneven ends to tear mat- I Verona street, in the very beet I cultivated crops should pay for the
neighborhood. Call and let us show place within two years. A cash propo- into a pair of shoes.
tress tick. The spring is heavily coated with durable black I you this beautiful home. Terms on I 'ition.I .

; h, enamel which makes it noiseless, rustless and germ proof. \ part off purchase price, if desired. I 18-tf H. M. BREAKER & Co. y

24-tf H. M. BREAKER: & Co.
We sell'The 400 under a five-year guarantee. Ask your ---- I Splendid Residence Lot. L. M.
No 463-Fine \
large, vacant cornerlot
dealer. lie should be able to supply If not write !
you. us. Choice Vacant Lot. ; 80x147 feet, close to lake. Splendid -

nr \ NoJ 470-This choice lot is locatedone : location, good neighborhood. We WHIDDEN&CO.
J I block west of the court house on, l are offering this large lot at the very
. Ghol&inCunninghamSpringbed Emmett street, in best resident sec. low price of $400 cash. H. M. Breaker '

No2 tion.QHaa frontage ot 73 feet on !fcm-! I er & Co.. --- 16-tf .
Co. mett street, extending back 147j! feet. .
A Five-Acre farm.
Few orange and grapefruit tree. on I I
., the lot. On sewer and water lines. A. A 5-acre farm in Pinedale. with good
Manufacturers Atlanta, Ga. fence and cleared, for $600. with easy THE SHOE OUTFITTERS
at $050.00.
iiYj bargain payment. R, D. Waring & Co. 16-tf
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We are offering on the wholesale market, 20,000 acres of magnificent Florida "muck" and prairie lands situated in the upper St: John's River Valley

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

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

'r proposition, write us.KISSIMMEE.



A.'yeas .Agnew, President Arthur E. Donefan. Vice. President. ( INCORPORATED) W. J. S. Carr, Secretary and Treasurer .

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Grocery' CompanyWholesale t fL- .. .. : _.. .,
,;;; [ Cream of' the State' .News Especially Compiled for the Readers .. .. .
We have for sale splendid'20 about
'; I a acre farm one mile
of the Valley Gazette.
and Retail Dealers In- .. ; from the county seat; has rich, .dark soil, very productive, ,

,about half in cultivation; new house, stables, some fruit plan- ,,. .,

GROCER1ES Col.: Jim English: ,.of Atlanta has. newly formed, business connection ted out. Splendid proposition. Price $1500. ,
H filed suit against the Stockton & Gam- should prove profitable and pleasant.' ,
;. ble Co.. of Jacksonville for a quarterof Editor Hetherington o[' the Lakeland ,
I a million dollars. The 'complainant News is a premier m his line, which in- BUSBY FARM We also have in the same neighbor. ;, 1 ,

-I' WE. asserts that the, Jacksonville firm cludei'both printing and writing There hood 20 acres of land; !16 acres in .fine' state of cultivation, ,' ? , ,\ "f
SELL" WE aUY.t agreed! to finance the manufacture of ia no better paper in the state than Uie fenced and cross fenced, 4 acres hog tight for pasture with r LEI\ 87\ '

i a certain Improved brick, and failed to Lkeland News. running water: about ,li acres of' bearieg orange itrove5 ; >.,: ,
HIDES the tigreemenLThe -
room box house. porches; several different out buildings, 1''. :. t l
Hon. W. [\. McRae, Commissioner :
FURS St. Johns Electric Company of Agriculture has appointed a com ml .' chicken house: chicken'sheds; 2 grape arbors, lots of guavas, 1! ; '; f t

FERTILIZERS: St. AUjtu.tinewlll' ,extend its works to sion{ to adopt rules for the standard peaches, Japanese persimmons, plums, berries and various';' '; h''" '
WOOL the extent of fifty thousand dollars.. I j other fruits: a fine line.of i
(SHINGLES: I ing of citrus fruits, the object: being to b.eautlfulliva..oak trees surrounding ,;. i :
AND .i require all.snippers to measure up to the house, also pretty palms, nice cedars magnolias, and soft ':"

ORANOE: BOXES l A. Gibson'a fell has been appointedstmaster this standard in the preparation and maple.about,the house. About 2 miles from the center of .' ;;' _
Pensacola to succeed Rix
.' ALL r- po shipment of fruits, so that the name of town. .
.; RANGE WRAPS M. Robinson, whose term expired in: Florida|, in connection with such shipments place can purchrsed for $2500 on favorable. '
terms of payment. "iFLEMINQ.HOMEContalns
EOETPLECRATES: : COUNTRY February. | will carry a recommendation for ': 1
I i the very best to be obtained. The'com-
PRODUCE The Florida East Coast Railway is to -
: A'tE sion is to make its '
to the
r build a $50,000 station at Miami. This report convention 5 acres of rich fertile land '

improvement is substantial evidence of of growers which will be' held about 40 young citrus fruit trees besides, peaches, grapes ,

:We sell field and arden seeds of aU k nds.. the growth of that prime city. 'j j in Gainesville August--'"15. different kinds of berries, fine line of ornamental shrubberyand

e give special attention to fitting out hunting and campinge -Relics of the battleship Maine have nice flowers in the front yard: splendid 6 rqom house.. ;1 1I ,
Palatka has professional
secretary for its employed board of a trade, and he''',, been sent by the Navy Department to I porch in front and on one side, outbuildings, deep well of pure '

delivery in city limits. Phone No. 12. has begun to stir up things for the advancement State Commander Shea, of Tampa, to soft water. This property can be"'had for $2100, is inside "

We are county agents for good fertilizers. Ask us for circular I of the old town. I be distributed among the various campsof the city limits. ,

Prices" on fertilizers I I the Spanish War veterans. They

The Prohibition party of Florida has I were displayed in a show window in We have on North Main St. a magnificent home locatedon
II Tampa last week
JULV OLEARANOE FHOES NOW put this ticket in the field: Frank P. 83 by 135 feet of ground 8 room house with 2 bath rooms, ..-=slots

W IFaas 'BrothersTaCetiteroftfo. T Coffln large;, J.of W.Eustis Bigham, for, of congressman Jacksonville at, I The real estate men of Miami have of closets, 2 fire places splendid porches, out buildings,

for governor; Geo. R. Ritchie, Chand- taken steps to protect themselves I is convenient and comfortable: All in first class condition;

ler; Jos. W. Carson of Frostproof; W. against the "land sharks" by raising I garage, buggy shed, stable, wood shed, servants house etc; 5

e'JA opp u th'lvr'iI L. Coryell, of Orlando; E, N. Waldron, ;i the entrance fee of their associationfrom nice' bearing orange trees beautilul shades on all sides of the j \\

J n of Daytona; J. S. Sergeant, of Estero;\ $1"' to *<200.( Miami has been Infested house. This splendid property can be purchased for $Zi500 !
Milton A. Smith, of Jacksonville, for in the past with curbstone dealers I ;
I Florida I on favorable terms of Best '
uhmp away paymet. reasons for selling.
presidential electors. who managed to get with a YI
1 I gcod many sales without contributing; I

The commissioners Brevartl county anything to the support of the arsocia- I COTTAGE HOME Here we have a very pretty home

George N. Saunders have let a contract fora new courthouse ( tion, the city or the state and being with a beautiful view of the lake 6 nice rooms, 5 porches,

to Light McDonald & Co., of responsible no doubt fora large percentage house -
in good condition, comfortable pretty yard East front,
BOAT BUILDER Jacksonville, whose bid was $2I,96H.'!> of dissatisfied customers.
beautiful view of the lake good neighborhood. Price $1500, '
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The building will be constructed of concrete
Agent for "Ferro"and "Eagle" Engine terms if desired. I a
..z..1 with four large colonial columns
.: i---. --ml pm E eamllni fire Elllnfliltker-- two stories.. The contract calls for Druggists Endorse I

M 1NWM?Mar.Nruro Ni.G... KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA I completion) of the work by January 1. I BROWN FARM-40 acres of land a quarter mile from I j I ,

1913. I I Dodson's) Liver ToneIt I i railway station, 200 yards from school and church; 4 room I
house; 12 or 14 acres in cultivation; several bearing orange \
The Miami Board! of Trade has purchased
I -IEITsEB'S[ a lot and will erect a home on it trees, most all excellent citrus fruit land. Prices $40 per . '' '

OZIEB : :. iHSIIBBflCE :. GENCY for the board. It i is proposed to make I if a Guaranteed Harmless Vegetable acfe> favorable, terms of payment. \ '

the investment a paying one, by having Remedy that Regulates the Liver -- ,.
The Oldest and Largest Insuran e Agency in Osc,'ola County offices in the' building to rent. Without Stopping Your I
IRE LIFE ACCIDENT HEALTH In the same neighborhood we have 71 acres of land. 100 :

PHON8 fiN ;Hf Work or Play.A yards from the depot, convenient to school and church; nice 5 j
The Jacksonville Board of Trade i is I
--- ---- ---- -- - I still working on the Governor to call a dose of calomel may knock you acre orange grove, 12 or 15 acres more cleared and ready to.
completely out fora day-sometimes
special session of the legislature to two or three days. Dodson's LiverTone plant to oranges, 4 room house stables; excellent land, 25

i pass a bill to enable the city to acquire e i,I relieves attacks of constipation acres of which is fine for citrus fruits, balance lies lower in ,

TATE BAN OF ISSIMMEE I dock property I biliousness and lazy liver headaches, the artesian belt, excellent for farming and trucking. This
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1 and you stay on your feet. Kissimmee! splendid property has a very bright and prosperous future.
Members of the Georgia D. A. R. ', I Drug Co. sells Dodaon's Liver Tone and Price $5.OOO, time on $3,000 if desired. h
Bank In Osceola
County are making an effort to have the remains guarantees it to give perfect satisfacI C- .

of John Clark buried at St. Andrews Ition.i you buy a bottle of Dodson's T
Depository for Bay, Fla., removed to Atlanta for |', J Liver Tone and do not find it the safest We have many other farms; ranches, orange groves and .

UNITED STATBS GOVERNMENT STATE OF FLORIDA reburial. Clark was governor of Geo r- I| most pleasant and successful liver remedy City property for sale. Correspondence solicited. I
I OF gia from 1816 to 182H. He removed to: you ever took, this store will giveyou

STOCK FULLY PAID. . . . . . . . . ,$fSO.OOO Florida after serving his term as governor back the 60 cents you paid for it NY

4. URPLUS..r., ; . : . . ,.. ., . .. . . , . . ... . . .... ,1' 3O.OOO.OO and died in this state. He and> without a question. I ,, it itOver i ; .
,I TOCKHOLDE LIABILITY . . . . . . . .. ,. gO.OOO.OO his wife were burled at their home" This guarantee that a trustworthydruggist > ,NELSON REALTY COMPANY

DEPOSITORS'. SECURITY . . . . . . .'.,. .. .... IJO.OOO.OO stead. The ground has since teen cutup f Is glad to give' on Dodson's r 1
and sold into town lots. An attemptwill Liver Tone is as. safe and reliable as Citizens' Bank ,KISSIMMEE FLA. P
INTEREST PAID IN SAVINGS DEPARTMENT be made to get an appropriationthrough the medicine, and that is saying a lot. ti

SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT the Georgia legislature, now 1j ,
in session, to have the remains transferred
C. A. Carson Jno. M. LeeVicePres't M. Katz N. 'B. Carson to Georgia soil. i l Splendid investment. /T

Pres't 2d Vtce-Pree't Cashier i
I I No. 466.-It certainly is exasperating>
The drainage of the Everglades is I to seean opportunity of making big, ..N.4P.IS.NO.NNNN.... -

d causing the Miami river to fill up with i I quick money, and then not be able to EMIL MACH ;
,. sand and debris and the citizens of thattown take hold of It. We can't buy all the Act andard OH co?; ERNEST MACH {r '

l JOHN B. STETSON UNIVERSITY are taking steps to rectify the I( good things we see, and we are willing : aZ' .
f LINCOLN trouble. The government engineer of to pass them along to our friends.Here's :MACH: : : ...: I
" HULLEY, Ph. D., Lltt. D., LL. D.. President! the district has been requested to makean EROS:: :
a aurefrne: -113 all
t acres
': THE BEST SCHOOL .Jo":1lo FOR YOUR CHILDREN plattedI I I : \" ,
and ready for sale in five and ten acre '
Send Them to tetlo"! Fall Term : ivery Feed and Sale ( i'ff.
Begins Sept. 28 tracts, located within lye: miles of our Stable :' 1
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Iy 46 Profeeaora and Inatructora _. Coli....of :
4' 17 Ui.lver.ity Building. CoIl...of Liberal La!.* Art -' Thomas Edison, the inventor, recently passenger depot, on and in close pro x- Agt. International : .

k I V.; 78 Aere StudenU Campiu La.t Year t toll.olleae....of of Technology BiulneeeNU made a trip into the Everglades, andthis iralty to the best hard road in Osceolais > I Harvesting Co. <.. ..1 ,

j SI.OOO.OOO.OO Endownient Preparatorr Academy is what he says of the soil: "It county. We are offering the tract in. a I .A.LI: :.. KIN"DE3 'HEAV"Y '2 .
ll.UV Volume. Library' 1: ||6,000 Pipe Organ Normal School of School Mechanic. Art the finest in the world, and has the best body at a very attractive price. No j 't ."
, 10 Lam Laboratories for Rclenoe I Scheol.of Muiie moisture-retaining qualities to be foundanywhere further expense necessary to place it Everything new and flrst/class.' f'f" " \\"" -
render :
Unaurpaeeed Genera! Equipment School of Finn Art prompt and ;)
Sapamta DorMltorlea yovtta: ... and yonnf wo.... C..r.l.d.I.I.t.. ... and when properly drained on the market in small tracts. See u IS. : satisfactory service day o _nlght. Z s''a.!:'j ',
tloa! lad tboroach anpervlelon. Cbrlotlau and ant a.ctariaa teacfalac. will be the garden spot of the world." 24-tf H. M, Breaker & Co. 1-t ',\ .
i For lloaa Of 'views for lalorMatlon, or for room reservation address ONE HALF BLOCK FROM PASSENGER DEPOT .t. ., ;,1l: ;"
FLORIDA Ruskin, which has a cooperativestore Kissimmee, Fla. Phone 113 'i1 Y
r II is soon to have a canning factory, Bargain in Twenty aes. '.. 't,;9ty-: 1,

t. I with a capacity of 3,000 No. 3 cans a Twenty acres of land, less than one ................4.$4 NNN t .: : "' )
I day. mile from postoffice. A good location "
rHE STATE'UNIVERSITY for a subdivision. Can be had for 66 } :
Cot. Nat Walker
f{" will be a candidatefor per acre. R. D. Waring & Co. 19-tf .A. an ,8.dtkrs'a
Tit,1112 reading clerk of the next Florida : "
1/( tunltr.VnIwr.ItyofFrb.rld..rter..teellent for the liberal and proleailonal educewith op- Colin.of ArU and &ele...,.... Normal School house of representatives. He has heEvan Id l" f; :

!'" ,..I.of bulldlnm. HiKh.1ortd.01I'moral, Attraotive I tone" men Scholarly at cam the! actual faculty.Nearly poet Beau-800 of omic.School Klndrra-arten Department of Art. School with Department of Extension Exoraukin..School Dlviflkiti.Home of Beau. that position for the last twenty-five I Nice: Home Close to Lake. rLiV YJ Feed and Sale e Stabler
and there will be
\Y'( ant. Inereaae la attendance during the past tlful location beavtlful\ bulldlnn and nnt lau years none to spy nay No. 460-A new 6-room cottage, two
,d I oe,..... leader in Athlytiee and other forma equipment throughout. Tuition free Other ex at his holding it again. Col. Nit recently
Urge lots 50x164 feet each .
tudent aotlriUea Send for cataeorue penava *ry low. For leform.tion.ddre. I .plen.dldwell
4! A. MURPHREE.... EDWARD CONRADt. PA. --. made the race for senator from'' of artesian water, fifteen bearinorange :ig KINDS OF HEAVY HAULING ..-to ""I" .,
his district, but was defeated. So long ,,, A SPECIALTY ,
( Call .
i and see this propo.'sillon. '
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+,k as he wants the job of reading clerk! he '' Price 1200. t. : 'i

i, 0111' College flORIDA'S OLDEST COLLEGEWINTER ; can have it, for there never was a reading 24tf H. M. Breaker & Co. New supply of Agent; for the '' '" .
b/ PARK. FLORIDA I clerk like the "Colonel." I l Runabout Buggies Rubber-tire Queen City'Buggies and i "',I f I. ,

r Deportrne"t..-Collie, Carrlair8a.
School ot Music. School to \
of Fine Arts, ,
:.i r tool irsea.fpr of LxpressionSchool Teaehem. of Domestic and Industrial Arts. Business School l, Four swimmers took part in a contest New Bungalow. Phollo"B. A. McADOO Phono 4 t
over an eight mile coast from the mouth .99. "
No. 461-New 6-room ..
FacultyTwenty and bungalow
;;, I iversities of America Professors and Europe. Instructors, prepared in the foremost. ', of the Alafia river to Ballast Point' lot 60x142 feet, located within threeblocks on: EIw1U." ryrx-a l f- "if Yr4rxP "' ___ ry1'Rr'xQr'Y"tF_rY xei < r
Location.-Ort Atlantic Coast Line :' near Tampa July 4. None of them flu i .
and Seaboard Air Line, 143 miles south n- of Broadway, the main businessstreet !
Jacksonville, on the famous "Florida ished, but W. D. ,
r' 4 healthful towns in the South; no malaria.Heights; in on. of the most beautiful Burgert, who remained and in one block of Osceolahigh '
t longest in the water five hours, ,
BAI.alllll.-Ten commodious and attractive ( school. Price 1400.
. buildings Science
),000 now in process of erection; a of ; completed the greater part of the course 24tf II. M. Breaker
campus & Co.
. acres, sloping to Lake Viria :
.' which is connected by navigable canals with three other lakes and was declared the winner. S. S.' BUZZ & SON : w
; separate
:4 i. n taide dollars room endowment.for eac} student; electric lights; fire protection; quarter of a mil- I _
Henry Bacon, of Louisville, has New Houses..
p ''Atblellc8.-Foot ball, base ball,. basket. ball, golf, tennis
,M ng, required gymnastics. Golf links and gymnasium are as fine! boating as awl in the m- moved to Lakeland to become interested We have several desirable.n houses Cement and Concrete .
tb. Thoroughly Christian but any in the job printing and ': ':
undenominational publishing t
: m spirit and control. under construction which we are offering .: '
.... business of Work of 'all '
catalogue acid. the Lakeland News. It is for sale. All of these houses are KindsSIDEWALKS 4 -,
WM. F. BLACKMAN. PH. D.. LLD.. PRESIDENT 2813tOUr. proposed to greatly enlarge the plant t:! in desirable location. Secure of '
one "
and to go out after the "big work" in them for next a low.r'price A SPECIALTY' '.., _m

I this section, while meeting every demand than will be asked for them later in the Residence Phone 68 J Dfabbitta ?y I,

:; 3 Job. Printing Department is Right Up to Date *- from the local patrons. Mr. Bacon season. Office Phone 132 .near Dillingbam Street AT. ..'
is an experienced printer, and his 24tf H. U. Breaker A Co. tJ

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I. Alger News '
Homes and.lnvestme'
Be Benefit to florida and ,. I
'i/ The Vallc Gazette appears this

Citrus Growers. week with Old Splinter on 'the list. I

,'J' I' Some Arcadia, Florida, capitalist Among all the short items in the Vallev in !

"., .. have recently perfected a drink made Gazette Old Splinter Is sure to appear : Dixieland
,.0. .. from the, pure juice of the Florida to tell the, Alger news. He is very i I \
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grape fruit. A company baa been proud pf this growing city, and makes I -

',",',: tormed for the makmg-of this product him overflow with joy to see the healthy Having implicit faith m the future of I kisslmmee, ft.

'. and, judging from the popularity it has people come and go against his office made it our home. We have built up a business of which 1

attained locally and the visitors this is the healthiest city in Florida. .
a J" I among proud, and trust by honest fair dealings to merit a conthi
"l''f' a Don't stand and watch the worldgo from the North last winter, Florida Is Mr. R D. Gibbs left Monday for St. of a large portion of the real estate business in this sect!

I destined to become known as the producer Cloud, where,he spent the Fourth. i I desire a home in the most favored section of Florida
by. Join the procession. Any of the fruit juice Mebsrs. Robert and Charles Padgettand you
of one greatest I smallest price that property can be secured for, we
one can "Ford it" today who drink. in the world. sister Miss Carrie 1 E. Padgett, will : .
.. call on us. tnvf
cduld afford a horse It has long been regretted that Flor leave here Thursday for the city of Ol- I We offer Vacant Resident Property, Improved "

.' yesterday ida grape fruit could not be secured ney, where they are incited to a: ball. I ertv. Truck Farms Orange Groves and Colonization Lan

and equipment. A third of the every day in the year. This has been Mr. J. E. Young is about to finish a lowest prices to be obtained. "

overcome, however, as the Gra-Fru nice auto. I'
motoring world travels in Ford ,I _. .1
Company, by a process known only to Mr. John Padgett was up in the citylast ; II I Ii ---. 1"<-;
cars-because they are light right their laboratory, are preparing the week on business, and spent the No: 501 -.Nn nttiiic'thPhoine' in I'ine- N O.429' L arlCe I lot on whicb"U

and economical. juice of the fruit so that it is market- night at Mrs. Padgett's. I date This propertj ts .jnm' uursideofcity one seven-mom and one \

I able the year round, with all its freshness Quite a number of friends spent Sun- limits on bleb ,''ioiitid. Mouseis house. Large house ii juS 1ecI?

More; than 75,000 new Fords into service deliciousness and medicinal value. day afterroon at Mr. J. D. Dixon's. ; two-i.tory; and und C.'UtaIn.etitht hard' nil. linisb/ rooiiin. two, small electricity house, has also toilet has and ktttei
all iilnsiere-d sins! :
., ) this season-proof that they mnst be I No foreign chemicals are used as preservatives Mrs. Bessie Skaggs; Mr. R. E. Willis, I jorches, line; aril) roil, lnrtte\ barn. will sell this as a whole ; and j.

right Three passenger roadster $590 or coloring. Every trace of Mr. C. H. Padgett and Miss Carrie E. 'Thin l house is )lot titcil on ft H\\o-ii ere This property ia well locaud/S

I five passenger touring car $690--de- the distinctive flavor is retained, and is Padgett entertained them with some I h"'tCI.'Ilb' beautiful view' of the city 10 per-cent on Investment 'If 1'
: $700 Lo.b. Detroit with all and, lake. Lund I is adopted 1 to citniImitH Price of both houses 2ooa
.It livery car as pure as 'nature produced it. nice music and singing.Mr. can ; <
I Mini. ) 1I'II"kinjThl" property'
a : / equipment. Catalogue from 1S. W. This drink is known Gra-Fru. The D. L. McLaughlin left here this 'oral'letti No.
i lie had l for *.1:11111!:(! > on very fiiv 434-Fine tract of 40
r Downing: agent. Kissimmee Fla.: Gra-Fru Company proposes a systematic morning for the city ot Olney, where 'ins Will introduce') c\ist
j" f. and extensive advertising campaign he will spend the night at his mother's. owner and I n't tln-m deal\ direct. Shingle Creek roai CloW S1
high school, churches
1'1'i throughout various portions of the Mr. Dennis Padgett arrived in the i anttmtrke
i It 1 No 46.J: R4olehA< ( ) beautiful six- $::10.1)0: per acre. Term.
', Ci United States; and, as all their advertising city this afternoon with the Fourth of room cottage, new and up to date, asbestos sired on'par

. ; matter states that their product July smiles on his face. I root, all modern, conveniences, ,
id made in Florida and from the famous Mr. Felix Owens will leave for Has- hath room toilet, two lavatories' hot' No. 437-We are offering
,1' find cold wut<'r. cabinet mai.tol. 'lertrielights. desirable resident 10t locate
Florida grape fruit, the benefits that singer tomorrow morning. House. furnished complete, Including blocks from Court House, 01111I,
will accrue to the citrus growers of this Well, 'all this little town needs at piano' :Nice': Mowers and shrubbery elevation! for $300. Alley in na

State, and to the State of Florida as a present is a church and school house. in Mini l.urgi lot, fronting 1174 these lots. Cash, or short"n

whole, from the effects uf this| company 1 he citizens in this town would he 117 fret de A splendid, I home, delightful
i; FOR SALE ; are unmistakable Many people very thankful if the county would please : )",'aUo"'p 'I erms. i'an I be ar- No. :301 An attractive home I

who have tried Gra-Fru pronounce it look over the roads. Sri.lNTLK ranged: on half of punii'e! price.Property dale. This! property is just\ cot

I the most delicious, palatable and healthful __ I must be,Hull to lie appreciated city limits on high ground.! ,II]
1 and '
I . two-story contains eight ,
I drink they have ever tasted.An Let UK show III you.No. plastered and hard oil floii to

enterprise of this kind should and CIIIRCII DIRECTORYBAPTIST. : house, porches, line well and large bur
859 Acres Muck and Prairie Land : :W-.n.hdn'w:;| I room
'. " will without a doubt have the hearty just mufde eil\ limits' line ,deep well, house ill located on a five-ten

; support of every loyal Fluridian. lot contains I two ,M'n-s of; ground I, good with beautiful view" of the c
\ new barn wajjon ,aid, buggy sheds, all lake Land is adapted to citra
This beautiful tract of land is situated on three Although but recently put on the under good now f,.no. fine locationfor and trucking. This property
market, Gra-Fru is now being dispensedat had for $3,300 on very favorable
lakes, viz: Loke Myrtle Lake Jose and Lake A. J. Holt, D. I 1)., pastor. small truck gnrdi or poultry ranch" Will introduce customer
I practically all the soda fountains tin* I I" 11 tine proposit' tth're \ou willwill bowl.
.. Bullock. It is only a short distance from Lake I throughout; the State. The company is Sumlay hive the I'n i'doin of tin countiv. let them deal direct. '

t Preston and Lake Gentry It is adjacent to the putting it in convenient packages Bible School !U.45 a. m. } t't close enough" l to njo\ 'ifH'thv lldviintujfi -
now up :
1 { \'o. 803): -Small farm ,
-mil, l l maid
1'reaching I II a. m. and 7.15'p' in. s ,111. call .1" splendid
famous New Eden Plantation and to lands now 1 ; of quarts and pints, to be sold to high s.ehnnl lust iijukil-. 'h\lrl'll", limits This property consisted

: being colonized by Cincinnati people. Only a short the family ; and they are now preparing I B. Y. H. U. 1>:.45 p. m. rte, I'nce :$1a's'!'1 '. sere tract within a quarter eta
Communion<1 Sunday. ( >xc'<>ola High School. Small hoi
a booklet telling of the many deliciously -!
distance from Narcoossee and near the new East drinks and dishes. that can be Monday (after 3rd Sunday). KIN I I. city lots onlinh, ,is located nnice four-inch Mowing: well, land til I Iv i
ation. is
I Coast R. R. I Woman's Mms. Union-D..vo. :3 i p. in. newtiM'-room' rutlngrO ): Inn view City building Vert
ijuukly and conveniently prepared by hIM direction lots will
; noon
of the I lake: owl bn"/<'' Thiprop, -
will send to W..dneRdayaft..r( IKt Sunday) I good price if owner should deslr.
For and terms to the housewife and one ertis I loi.itid (.I losi- to tl.t' proKiscilelectric |
price apply every housekeeper who requests it. I Worn. Miss. Union-Social, Jtoopm;; line,1' on high: h level. lots A time to sub-divide and sell It f,

s II I Thursday bargain: at #H>IM'< Let us show von this donee purposes Price $1.500.:

KISSIMMEE EVERGLADES Prayer meeting1:00: p. m. property -
I No. 309-Fine garden and

LAND COMPANYARTHUR RHODES: GRASSIS Visitors always welcome.I'RESIIYTERIAN.. No :X!2''> A very (letinibUlroom>' proposition. This place conn
rottufco, totaled within OIH block ofOsceola 8'r..s. new f-room house within
county ourt house. in best rell. front and one side; fine artei
E. DONEGAN, Local Representative PINE: HAY i: idenoection 1< of citv House is. now. with pump on porch. Choice

S. S. Snyder, pastor. : ceiled throughout: ; .city wuUr, lot T'Sx: ,: for small truck or poultry fan
I I ---- 1 1-17* frC'I'rk"\ Sl.lTiil. Let us show land if subdivided into lott\ii,
School 9.45 rn.--A. S.
Rhodes grass will undoubtedly be one Sunday a. this culture price asked without any improv,

I of the leading grasses for hay in this Nelson, superintendent. NVe are offering this
The Church Service 11 a. m. and 7.3":! n.m. lU'MNKSS: LOCATIONS)( : ; $1,55O; term on part if desire
vicinity. quarter-acre patch on I
the Fellsmere demonstration farm has Christian Endeavor 6. 15 p. m. :NS': I l.'i1!:! \%'.. have in the I heart of the town is growing will enhance in this direct
far and Prayer and Bible study Thursday 7.;.W business. section ,some very desirable property in
proved a great success thus rapidly.
t vacant lots which wi offer for sale
; MICHELINQuick Mr. Conkling, the superintendent, does p.m.Visitors I These lots. will enhance in value very
not dare predict its tonnage per acre rapidly, These} are a safe and profitable -
for the investment.. Trice and full information Twenty-hve'acre i igrove t
year. to interested parties. : all under good fence. 1 I
This Mr. Conkling secured four
spring: runs through/ grove; station a,

Detachable pounds of this Rhodes, or East Coast, METHODIST.H. No. 471-A 20-acre home. This splendid property; good school and cburc

grass seed from J. A. McGuire, of St. T. Gaines, pastor. property lies 2 miles north from quarter mile of property. .A

, Augustine, for experimental purpose. Sunday School at 9:45 .a.. m....,-J, L. town, is practically level rich' dark gray this that can be grown If in Florida do b
place. desire
Clincher He planted the seed on the' last day of Overstreet,. lupe ntend, nt.,!I"" ':;';'i'" 'i; soil cleared with and fine in chocolate cultivation subsoil, the; 16 remain-acres Florida writ or you call on us quick a

February, together with a little grass \ property will not be on the marl
t. Preaching services 11 a. m;, ,and 7:30p. : ing 4 acres fenced, covered with good
special 'fertilizer. He made his first growth of pine timber with some scat- at the price named. This prop
cutting on May lat, and it cured on an tering oak: about H i acres of nice young are offering for a short-time for
wt. i Junior League 2 p. m. thrifty grove in I bearing, besides I number Will sell as a whole or divided i i
average of one ton to the acre Senior League Wed. 7:30: p. m. ] of fine Japanese persimmon' trees, parts if desired.

After this cutting the grass began to Gen. prayer service Thurs. 7:30: p. m. ,: some peaches. mulberries blackberries,
knuckle well and soon covered the 1st I two kinds. of grapes and a few bananas No. 415-Very desirable v*<
Holy communion ever Sunday.
The buildings are comfortable, but not containing three<< acres, eel
An set
ground. unusually season
rainy You are cordially invited to each, of city limits inVest Iiasimmeplac4
I of great: value, consisting, or a 1 box;
and for several there sucha
FULL in days was these services house of 5 large rooms, )porch, several > to start poultry farm 0
deluge that an experimental patch of outbuildings such ns grain houses, tool garden. Close to church! and

ROUND SHAPE alfalfa adjoining the Rhodes grass, wasdrowned and wagon sheds; stables, etc One A bargain at $175. Let us tb,

out. But the Rhodes grass; CHRISTIAN.A. deep artesian well and one surface well. this lot. Ni

. STRONGRESILIENT just kept on growing. It should have M. Chisholm, pastor. This land adjoins the finest orange ">
grove in the country, growing on the i No. 381-A 20-acre tract I lot
been cut the second time in June, Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:00 p. m.
+ t early same kind of land. All kinds of crops marl road, two miles from diSt
,, DURABLE but the frequent rains prevented. On Bible School 9.45a. m.-C. E. Yowell grow encouragingly on this land and it Cloud road Property bi

I j Lfit: June 17th it presented a beautiful picture superintendent; J. H. Harris, assistant is the prettiest place for a home in this house and three-acre orange I

; most of the blades having: set their superintendent. section of the country. There fs a fine bearing. This grove will yle
Christian Endeavor every Sunday line of forest trees on the outside of lOOOtoiaoo boxes of ornff<'
seed. It was cut in the morning and evening at 6OOJp.: m. the fence, with a beautiful palm insideof ;year, Sufficient land cleared
a'r made up into cocks. The next morning the yard, also some thrifty cedar cultivation to Increase grove t<
'r 1 these cocks were opened out and the frayer meeting/ and choir practice ev- trees maples, magnolias, live oaks and or fifteen acres, and at same tI!
Thursday at 7.15 m. several other varieties of shade truck.
ery p. trees be yielding any garden
'V n Fits, Detachable Rim grass exposed to the sun until the afternoon and ornamental shrubbery and flowers. If lnsearchof property that wi
Easily Any Quick
r"j ;I' Jt. ; when it was hauled to the barn, We want to introduce you to the owner results] this fall, and at fcll Urn'

; tweet and perfectly cured. EPISCOPAL.Kev. of this land and let you buy direct. You extending new grove, lnve vlg'

:" t f No Tools Required The cutting from the quarter of an David D. Kldd,-rector. can buy it at a bargain and on favorable This property is conveni nlr-t 4

acre, after being cured, weighed one Services every second and fourth Sun- terms of payment. has marled road ton one sloe' ,c

!f ; thousand pounds or an of two day at 1100a. m. No. Price 4200. '
!.. : IN STOCK BY average 452- Twenty acres located in Park f'i*
,;, tons to the acre for the second cutting.Mr. Communion 2nd Sunday-at morning Gardens; five acres in cultivation, ten No. 402-Fine 20-acre orange,,

Conkling states that in future he services. acres fenced, fine 2-inch flowing well. cated inside city limits, close I
; This is conceded to be the best tract In and churches. This property
intends to cut the thirty Guild meeting every firstJCuesJlay..
W. B. MAKINSON CO.;J JT grass every ,Park Gardens, owned by a non-resident of forty acres of land, twenty
days, and that he to keep
expects up who desires to sell. We will furnish which is in bearing orange .an'

1 t 1rr the harvest until cool weather sets in, Truck and Citrus Fruit Land.No. you with owner's address and you can fruit trees, ten acres additionaland '
Ax I when it is expected that the great deal directly with him. The price is attractive in cultivation; good flue-n

growth will be in a measure checked.In 462-Seven and one-half acres of and terms can be secured on tage; two deep wells. This I
part of purchase price if desired. cellent location where you '
St. Augustine, where Mr. McGuire the best truck and fruit land in Kis- the freedom bf country life I*

made the first experiment in Florida simmee Park. This land is in proximity No. 458-Ten acres adjoining city advantages. Possession canix

i live cuttings were obtained, and the field to the lake. Call on us and we will limits, on the Orlando hard road. Land on short notice. See this pn

: i 4 TRAINS FROM THE WEST 4 produced thirteen and a fraction tons put you in touch with the owner; you cleared The, fenced elevation and is ready high, suitable for the on before part.purchasing. Price, 19,0];
deal direct with him. This
per acre for the year. Mr. Conkling can prop- for citrus fruits and trucking. This .
expects to surpass that record.' Two erty is offered at a great reduction property will soon be available for resident ,
-VIA- cuttings have netted five tons to the from what land in this locality Is sell- purposes, as the city is expanding: No. 468-Ten acre farm.under.11'
rapidly. A bargain at 1200.00.. miles from postofflce,
acre, and he, expects to make at least ing for. proof wire fence two-room

tJ"1 ATLANTIC COAST LINE four more cuttings of as gooa an aver 24-tf H. M. BREAKER: & CO. No. 459-Five acres inside city, cleared fine artesian well of WBU.

I jt'jt'o age as the first two, which would be fifteen fenced and plowed, ready for cultivation deep, between five and six i acr*
ed 75 head of poultry and
4 I tons of prime hay per acre withina This tract is near the Aultman ,
the place
Big Bargain. a Home. farm on high ground. $1000.00 takes it. house goes with
"Dixie Seminole Limited period of eight months. $ 00; terms on part of purehs
t Flyer" Rhodes grass hay is of excellent qual Splendid new six room house, just in- No. 443-Ten acres located in Park if desired. (i

ity. It looks something like timothy, side city limits, fine deep well, lot contains Garden, all underf good new fence, land

"South Atlantic Limited" and is just as sweet and nutritious as two acres of ground, good, new plowed, fine flowing well. All ready to No. 478-We have two .J8

the best alfalfa. The stock at the dem- barn, wagon and buggy sheds, and all get on and start a crop without any de- houses, suitable for rooming electf''
J>t Jay. We can offer this ten acres with ing purposes; they have
onstration farm will pass over the ordi- under good, new fence. Fine locationfor the above improvements for the same water and sewer connectione;

"Montgomery Route" nary shipped in hay, which costs $40 a small truck garden or poultry ranch. price that unimproved land is being sold in splendid resident s ction..; I-

... \ ton, to eat the Rhodes hay. This is a fine proposition, where you for in this tract. Our price $1000.00. and we will show them to T
will have the freedom of the Terms on part if desired. prices are reasonable terms f*
Several settlers here are watching the country, .
Through Pullman Cara from !
Chicago St Louis Cincinnati Looii-
Indianapolis .itt,
progress of this haymaking demonstration yet close enough: to enjoy all the advantages "

r S TiDe, Nashville, Atlanta and Birmingham to Jacksonville.. with keen interest Victor Hadin, of the city, such as splendid High

I f V t i n : from Kansas, is seriously considering school, best markets, churches, etc. Wi; M. BREAKERCO

DINING CAR SERVICE putting to Rhodes grass about forty Price $1,500. .
24tf H. M. Breaker &Co. "I
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o acres of his tract next spring.Fellsmere '
i'; ;; For urther information call on or write to Farmer. I -: Over OsctoU Pharmacy ;_ ,ft

t" ..I: rj1.. :J"" W. C. Gilbert, Ticket Agent Kissimmee. Fla.; If you have anything to sell or swap, KISSIMMEE
.4 '\1 f:' : ; J. G. Passenger Agent or if you want to buy or rent anythingtry FLORIDA
t' .. .'. ..-**,' Tampa Florida. Subscribe. Don't borrow. a'"want ad" in the Gazette.

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A. CAKSON I ----' ..
: President ; -'-
Current Happenings; - ,.,
Waters L'.
& Carson

Throughout Florida: ; ,

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Grocery ::Company \: ',"" , '""";'1-.1'

Cream of the State's News Especially Compiled. for the.Readers ""7
*-"* We have for sale a splendid 20 farm l
of the Valley Gazette. acre about one mile,,.' .
Wholesale, ,and Retail from the county seat has rich
; dark' soil 4''
very productive 'oj '''':} I it
about half in cultivation{ ; new house, stables j>>
Col. Jim English, of Atlanta has newly formed 'business connection ted out. Splendid ; some. plan V;i I !-.
filed suit the Stockton proposition. Price $1500. -., .
against &: Gam. should prove profitable and pleasant. : ': ,tj'
ble Co., of Jacksonville, for a quarter Editor Hetherlngton of the Lakeland -- '

) of.a million dollar The complainant, News a premier in his line: which include BUSBY FARM' We also have ,in the same neighborhood ,:' ,'>!: .

WE SELL WE BUY asserts that the Jacksonville firm both printing and writing. There 20 acres of land; 1,? acres in fine state of cultivation, ';'.
agreed to firfance the manufacture of is no better in the state fenced "
paper than tbe cross fenced, 4 acres, hog tight for pasture. withrunninsr
a certain Improved brick, and failed to Lakeland News.
HAY water about I Ij
HIDES keep the agreement. ; acres of bearing orange grove; i
5'room box house. porches; several different out '.
GRAIN lIon. W. A. McRae, Commissioner of buildings,
FURSWOOL. -v The'St. Johns :Electric,, Company of Agriculture, has appointed 'a com mls- chicken house, chicken sheds; 2 grape arbors lots of guavas,
FERTILIZERS St. Augustine; will extend its works to- lion to peaches, Japa.nese'persimmons, plums berries
adopt rules for the standard and various _.
SHINGLES { *\ the extent of fifty-thousand' dollars. ing| of citrus fruits, the object )>eing to other fruits; a fine line of beautiful live oak trees surrounding

AND 1 require all shippers to measure up to the house also pretty palms, nice cedars '
ORANGE BOXES A. Gibson Fell has been appointed magnolias, and soft
ALL postmaster at' succeed fix this standard in the preparation andipment maple about the house. About 2 miles from the center of
ORANGE 8n fruits so that the name of
i iVEGETABLECRATES M. Robinson, whose term expired in Florida in connection with such shipments town. This place can 'be purchrsed for $2500 on favorable '..

COUNTRYPRODUCE _. February. will carry a recommendation for terms, of payment. ,

the very best to be obtained.
CRATE NAILS The Florida East Coast Railway is to The coin
build a $50,000 station at Miami. This lion is to make its report to the convention FLEMING HOME-Contains 5 acres of rich fertile land ,

mprpvement is substantial evidence; ofr. of growers which will be held about 40 young citrus fruit trees besides, peaches, grapes, '
We sell field and garden seeds of all kinds. the of that min Gainesville August 15. different
n growth prime city. kinds of berries fine line of ornamental' shrubbery
We give special attention to fitting out hunting. and camping I and nice flowers in the front yard
room house
Palatka has professional Relics of the battleship Maine have
employed a "
d 'Lies.Free secretary for its board of trade, and he been sent by the Navy Department to j porch in front and on one side outbuildings deep well of pure

d delivery city limits. Phone No. 12. has begun to stir up things for the advancement J State' Commander Shea, of Tampa, to soft water. This property can be hod for $2100, is Inside I
r We are county agents for good ferti1ll, r6. Ask us for circular of the old town.\! :I be distributed among the various camps the city limits.
nA hd prices on fertilizers. |i of the Spanish War veterans. They
,, -
The Prohibition party of Florida has were displayed in a show window i in We
on Main St. a magnificent home located '
JUUV OUHAFIANOE PRICES NOW ON'Brothers put this ticket in the field:: Frank V.\\ Tampa last week.
Coffin, of Eustis, for congressman at !I j on 83 by 155 feet of ground 8 room house with 2 bath rooms, V

1\ Maas T large; J. W. Bighorn; of Jacksonville : The real estate men of Miami have lots of closets, 2 fire places, splendid porches out buildings,

for governor; Geo. R. Ritchie, Chand- steps to protect themselves is convenient and comfortable. All in first class condition; I '

iJ ler; Jos. W. Carson of Frostproof; W. against t the "land sharks" by raisingthe I garage buggy shed stable, wood shed, servants house etc; 3 I

A AoppiiigCenterofsouYlori aN L. Coryell, of Orlando; E. N. Waldron, I, entrance fee of their association n nice bearing orange! trees beautilul shades on all sides of the II
b of Daytona; J. S. Sergeant; of Estero; from $ln to *200.) Miami has been In- I I house.
< Tamp-.-Fl or Ida- < Milton A. Smith, of Jacksonville for fe led in the past with curbstone dealers I i splendid property can be purchased for $3500 .
on favorable terms of
who paymet. Best for
presidential electors. managed to get away with a reasons selling. I
glad many sales without contributing I I ....
N. Saunders The commissioners of Brevard county anything to the support of the apsocia-- i COTTAGE HOME-Here we have a very pretty home '

of ,George have let a contract fora new court lion the city or the state, and being ;,i with a beautiful view of the lake 6 nice rooms, 3 porches
house to Light McDonald & Co., of responsible no doubt Tore large percentage
am BOAT BUILDER house in good condition comfortable pretty East
LL J Jacksonville whose bid was 2i96H. ; of dissatisfied customers yard. front ,
' The building will be constructed of concrete I beautiful view of the lake, good neighborhood. Price $1500, r
'y f Agent for "/erro"aiid "Eagle" Engine with four large colonial columns, I terms f if desired. t ,
m -- in* rrRENE Gliollfit Fire EII..I.hor-- two stories The contract calls. for: Druggists Endorse *
for rtnar.[TAVrsrt.o ,AOA+. KISSIMMEE FLORIDA completion of the work by January 1 I.' j I i. BROWN FARM-40 acres of land a quarter mile from

j, -- 1913. Dodson's) Liver Tone i railway station, 200 yards from school and church; 4 room l

The Miami Board of Trade has purchased house; 12 or 14 acres in cultivation; several bearing orange ,

DOllED :: LEIW5.E IdSUBBJICE 0GEHCY a lot and will erect a home on i itfortlie I' trees most all excellent citrus fruit land. F ricer $40' per
: : It U Guaranteed Harmless '
board. It is proposed to makethp a Vegetable I acre favorable terms of payment.
investment a paying one by having Remedy that Regulates the Liver I
FIRE'The' Oldest and Largest Insuran e Agency Osciwla County offices in the building to rent. Without' Stopping Your II I
vo LIFE ACCIDENT HEALTH In the same neighborhood we have 71 acres of land. 100
''ve PHONE! ilK Jtf Work or Play. yards from the
ertfred.t The Jacksonville Board of Trade i is I' depot, convenient to school and church: ; nice 5

-- - - I still working on the Governor to call a A'dose of calomel may knock you acre orange grove, 12 or 15 acres more cleared and ready to ,
.toa completely out for daysometime8two i
alas special session of the legislature to or three days. Dodson's Liver plant to oranges, 4 room house stables; excellent land 25
pass a bill to enable the city to acquire I acres of which u fine for
i Tone relieves attacks of constipation, balance lies lower in I

gTATE BANK; OF 1ISS1MMEEOldest ( dock property. ;| biliousness and lazy liver headaches, I the artesiah belt excellent for farming and trucking This f

I I and you stay on your feet. Kissimmee i splendid property has a very bright and prosperous future. ;
Bank Members of the Georgia D. A. R. I'Drug Co. sells Dodson's
Liver Tone and
Price $5.00O, time $3,000
on desired.
Oldest in Osceola if(
County :
are making an effort to have the re- guarantees; it to give perfect sa tiefac- I
e)ii mains of John Clark buried at St. And- tion. If you buy a bottle of Dod3on's
ION UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT Depository for STATE revue Bay Fla., removed to Atlanta for I, Liver Tone and donot find it the safest, Vie have many other farms, ranches, orange groves-_and f .
reburial. Clark was governor of Georgia city for sale. -" 1\ "
most pleasant and successful liver rem- property Correspondence solicited. '
from 1815 to 1823. He removed to edy you ever took, this store will give ::' :::"

rket CAPITAL STOCK FULLY PAID. ... ".. . . . .. ... .$150.00000 Florida after serving hie term as governor you back the 50 cents you paid for it i , .
ri SURPLUS. . .'. . . . . . . . . . > . . : . .3O.OOOOO; and died in this state. He andhis without a question. "", \pI"'
l bb STOCKHOLDERS LIABILITY . . BO.OOO.OU wife were buried at their home> This guarantee that a trustworthy NELSON REALTY COMPANY \ ,. \. ; ,
DEPOSITORS SECURITY $1.1OOOOOO stead. The ground has since been cutup I: druggist is glad to give on Dodson's ,
; and sold into town lots. An attempt'will '' Liver Tone is as safe and reliable as Over Citizens' Bank /T
INTEREST PAID IN SAVINGS DEPARTMENT be made to get an appropriatjonI the medicine, and that is saying a lot. .

SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT through; the Georgia legislature now 1 --- ----
in session, to have the remains transferred '
'I C. A. Canon Jno. M. Lee M. Katz N. B. Carton to Georgia soil. Splendid investment.

h Pret't Vice-Pree't 2d Vice-Pree't Cashier
No. 466.t certainly is exasperating Ig
The drainage of the Everglades I is to see'an opportunity of making big, :e eeNeteeeeeeeeNNNNe .

causing the Miami river to fill up with quick money and then not be able to EMIL MACH. t '
isiM sand and debris and the citizens of that ERNEST MACH
take hold of It. We can't buy all the Act Fe.aa.rd OH Co.*: : '
JOHN B. STETSON UNIVERSITY town are, taking steps to rectify the good things we see, and we are willingto > Z '
trouble. The government engineer; of them along to friends. :
eld LINCOLN HULLEY, PH. D.. Lltt. D., LL. D.. President the district has been requested to makean Here's pass a lureone-113 acres our all plattedand MACII: aaOS.: I

CHILDREN investigation. ready for. sale in five and ten acre ;'

to Send Them to Stetson. Fall Term Begins Sept. 28 tracts, located within IJi miles of our | ivery, Feed and Sale Stable .. ', : ., .. ;

44 17 ProfoMora,Building Itutrncton. CoII Collen_of of Liberal Uiw I Art. Thomas Edison, the Inventor, recently passenger depot( on and in close proximity Agt. International Harvesting Co. : .
rlll 28 Aer CampuBMM < ollen of TMhnoloffr made a trip into the Everglades and to the best hard road in Osceola>' : : .
Stud.nU Lut Yw Colin*,of BtuineuPreparatory : :
OOO.UOO.OXI this is what he of the soil "It is county, We are offering the tract in : ,
Endowment Academy says : a .A.LJ EJt'TOS:: ; > :aE.A.: : 'V'Y 7IAVI Nt G. Z ,
fa ..41 t l 10,000(Km Volumes:in Library Normal School of School Mechanic' ArU the finest in the world, and has the best body at a very attractive price. No : 1.." .;

U 10 U..rpaoMd LATT. *IOOralol.o U.-\ quipm,Rctone..t School School of of Made Fin. Ana moisture-retaining qualities to be found further expense necessary to place it Everything new and first class. We render prompt and i :. '/ ',

i I S.|>ar-rt-t>or.ltorle.for young men e.d yoafla won.*. Careful) ad an la Int re- anywhere, and when properly drained on the market in small tracts. See us. + satisfactory service day or night. ,_ .>'.' ,
\Horn *.<> thorough upervlslna.." will be the garden spot of. the world." 24-tf II. M. Breaker &: Co. +
e 'For Catalog or,,1._ for Information, or for room re.rv.tlo..ddr .. ONE HALF BLOCK FROM 'PASSENGER DEPOt :

JOHN B. STETSON UNIVERSITY DELAND FLORIDA Ruskin, which has a co-operative Z Kissimmee, Fla. Phone 113 '

II store, is soon to have canning factory Bargain in Twenty Aires.n 1 "

II1 I with a capacity of 3,000 No. 3 cans a Twenty acres of land, less than one .................... .... '

a day. mile from poatoffice. A good locationfor !

HE STATE UNIVERSITY a subdivision. Can be had for $65 ,
UlREeVILLE. FIORID FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE FOR WOMENmimsscE Col. Nat'Walker will be a candidatefor per acre. R. D. Waring &:. Co. 19-tf tk'esuei_- saris cofke..8 e.dlclk, '
IEXT union OPENS urreHBER THE itk 1912f reading clerk of the next Florl4ahoule I -1
d e University FrlorMa ..We....excellent.. op- Cnllfn. of Aria .nd Sclen_ NOrmal Bch Sol of representatives. He has held : '
for tbe and
unity liberal pn/l alonal duca-- I
J.I of e. High Florida moral.young Scholarly at the actual faculty.eoet BeanllbulkUnm of- omlci Hihnol with Kind Department of Art"nrrt, Hchoo n with Department!of Extension Expr Aion.School Division.Hates of F.ooa Beautiful that position for the last twenty-five I Nice Home Close toLake.. Livery Feed and Sale Stables st.J
r 1 Increaee Attractive eam uo Nearly' 300 i catkn. bemTtiafnl' building and. first-eta.* years, and there will be none to lay nay No. 460-A new broom cottage two
lent yeara. attendance Athlytica during and other, the form paat cquiitmant penava.ry throughout low. I1'or Information Tuition fra ddr. ..Other... .:. at his holding it again. Col. Nat recently I large lots 60x164 feet each, splendidwell i I

I udentacttvttle.. hood A A for MUKFHREE;catairoiruet P.... EDWARD (;CONKADI P.... made the race for senator from :, of artesian water, fifteen bearing) ALL KINDS OF HEAVY HAULING t : '
his district, but was defeated. Solon g I' orange trees. Call and see this propo- A SPECIALTY
as he wants the job of reading clerk he t ,, aition. Price $1.200.
:oliri FLORIDA'S OLDEST ,COLLEGEWINTER can have it, for there never was a 24tf II. M. Breaker & Co. 4 New supply of Agent for the t
S College .JRunabout Rubber-tire
PARK FLORIDA ing; clerk like the "Colonel." read-I-I I ."jj Buggies Queen' City Carriages; Buggies! and t ,

I D pnrtme"ti".-Collie, Academy School ot Music, School of Fine Art e' f p
lool of Expression, School of Domestic and Industrial Arts, Business School I' Four swimmers took part in a contest New Bungalow. ::e $. A. McADOO P ::. 1
reel !.or Teachers. over an eight mile coast from the mouth No. 461-New broom
1 llityTwenty Professors and Instructors, prepared hi the foremost of the Alafla river to Ballast Point bungalow on -iSF RfRPRf4
Bvcrsities. of America and Europe. :| lot 60x142 feet, located within three Rf --riF' atl
Location.-On Atlantic Coast Line, and Seaboard Air Line, 143 miles south : near Tampa, July 4. None of them flu n- blocks of Broadway, the main business
Jacksonville, on the famous "Florida Heights;" in one of the most beautifulI ished but W. D. Burgert, who remained street and in one block 'of Osceola '
I healthful towns in the South;; no malaria. longest in the water five hours. high school. Price $1.400.24tf ,
a..ICSI1lgs.--Ten; commodious and attractive buildings; Science Hall costing completed the of 14 rs
greater part the course +
L000 now in process of erection; a campus of 25 acres, sloping to Lake Vir- H. M. Breaker & Co.
ha, which Is connected: by navigable canals with three other lakes; separate and was declared the winner. S. S. BUZZA & SON t :
{ Bide room for each student; electric lights; fire protection; quarter of-a ml il- r
t doll an endowment. Henry Bacon, of Louisville, has New )"louses.t .
I Albletl .-Foot ball, base ball, basket ball golf, tennis! boating swim.fl moved to Lakeland to become I have ,: Cement and Concrete
We several desirable
required gymnastics. Golf links and gymnasium are as fine as any in the new houses
/ ( Christian but undenominational ed in the job printing and publishing under construction which I 1
th. Thoroughly spirit and control. we are offering ,-
t For&aloa.o, address business of the.Lakeland News. It is for sale. All of these houses are Work of all Kinds

WM. P. BLAOKMAN. PH. D.. LLD.. PRESIDENT 2813t9uri proposed to greatly enlarge the plant in desirable locations. Secure one of Id
and to go out after the "big work" in them for next winter at lower price I SIDEWALKS A SPECIALTY

: this section, while meeting every demand i i I than will be asked for them later in the Residence Phone 68 Mabbette Street v x '

:JQb' .Printing. Department is Right Up to Datcso- I.con is from an experiencedprinter the local patrons. ,.Mr.and-B'a--:I season.Us -24tl.H.II.Breakervo. ;- Office Phone 182! near.Dillingham ,... .. ""' tId

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1. |_Alger// News I' "

I Homes and Investmen

f Will Be of Benefit to Florida .and I
"., .. The Valley Gazette appear. this I
-) Citrus Growers.Some '
week with Old Splinter on the list ;

,; :
have recently perfected a drink'made Gazette Old Splinter Is aura to appear 4'j

) from the pure juice of the Florida to tell the, Algernews.. He is very ,

I, i\Vo'I I grape fruit. A company has been proud of this growing city, and Itmakei r ---- -- t

I It formed for'the making of thi. product him overflow with joy to seethe healthy ,.
Having I Implicit! faith in the future of we
and, judging from the popularity it has people come and go against his office.
I' I. We-have built up a business of which
made it
Jiome. ire
1 1t HDon't our ,
attained locally and among the visitors This is the Wealthiest city in Florida.
fair to merit
t and trust by honest a fcontin
from the North last winter, Flonda is Mr R. Gibbs left for St.Clondrwhere proud,
and watch the world p. Monday
stand I of a )large portion of the real estate business in this 'sect1N
destined to become known as the pro he spent the Fourth. '
Join the procession. Anyone I you desire a home in the most favored section of Florida ffsmallest
go by. ducer of one of the greatest fruit juice Messrs. Robert and Charles Padgettand
be for
; that'property can we invite
can "Ford it" today who ; drinks in the world.It sister Miss Carrie E. "Padgett, will price
t call '-
( has long been regretted that Flor- leave here Thursday for the city of Ol- ,, on us. ., .
yesterday could afford a horse I We offer Vacant Resident Property Improve City
ida grapefruit could not be secured ney, where they are invited to a ball.
' and equipment.'\ A third of the every day in the year. This has been Mr. J. E. Yp'ung Is about to finish a ertv. Truck FarmsOrange Orcrves and Colonization LaiidYiNo.
to be obtained r.
lowest prices ,.
motoring world travels in Ford overcome, however as the Gra-Fru nice auto. I, '(ti

Company, by a process known only to Mr. John Padgett was Up in the city II ------ ,>'t''

cars -: because they are light, right their laboratory, are preparing the last week on business, and'' spent the' '
tt ::- 501-An attractive home m 1'me\ 429-Large lot on which Is'
'I -and economic! juice of the fruit so that it is marketable night; at Mrs. Padgett's. I dale) This property| I U .iuct t outsideH one even-room and one thrw

the year round, with all its'freahI Quite a number, pf friends spent Sunday city limit'*, on )hlirh ", ,'oun.1. Mouse. house. Large house is lighted/: I
More than 75.000 new Fords into service ness, deliciousness and medicinal value. afternoon at Mr. J. D. Dixon's. is twO-htory end contain* eliihl ruoni, electricity has toilet and kitchen '
all plastered, and I hard') nil tini-li *tw" sm.aH house.also has sinic andft
t this season-proof that they mnst be No foreign chemicals are used as preservatives I Mrs. Bessie SkagRS, Mr. R. E. Willis, 'porches) line well ,..u.d larjje; barn. will sell this as whole or sepan

right. Three passenger roadster $590 or coloring. Every trace of Mr C. H. Padgett and Miss Carrie E. This 'house is located' un a Ilve-ucre This property is well located, will

,, 'W. -' five passenger touring car $690de- the distinctive flavor is retained, and isMS Padgett entertained them with some tract, with Ix'aulilult.\ .\\ of the city 10. per-t"ent on investment If r*.,

''i livery car $700" f.o.b. Detroit. '!with all pure as nature produced it. nice music and singing.Mr. and lake. Land it adapted! to cimis Price of both houses $2o, w

I (I I' equipment. Catalogue from 'S. W. This drink'is known as Gra-Fru. The 1>. L. McLaughlin left here this : fruits and trucking This property}fnoralileterms can No. 434-Fine
I be had for *:\t3Oil t n"very tract of 40actw;
t Down ng agent. I< Issimmee, Fla! I Company proposes a systematic morning: for the city ot Olney, wherehe Will* introduce eviMoniei to short distance beyond city Jim". '

land extensive advertising campaign will spend the night at his mother's.Mr. I owner and let them, drat ,ii u'ect. Shingle: Creek road. Close to .

t | throughout various portions of the Dennis Padgett arrived in the high !school, churches and market, r
I No JG3 $-I.18)/J.--\)/ beautiful SIX' $ IO.CHJ per acre. Terms
i I United States; and, as all their advertising -I city this afternoon with the Fourth of'' room cottage, new und up to date, asbestos Sl:real\ on part,If

: matter states that their productis I July smiles! on his face. roof, all modern conveniences fl'.f

made in Florida and from the famous Mr. Felix Owens will leave for Has- bath room toilet two lavatories, hot No. 437-We; are offering 80m"
Florida fruit the benefits that I and cold water cabin mat.lei. electric desirable resident lots, located th
grape singer tomorrow morning.
lights. House furnished complete, inciutling blocks from Court House, on Bicek
will accrue\ to the citrus growers of this i Well, all this little town needs at ; piano. Nice MowerH and shrubbery elevation, for $300. Alley in resrof

State, and to the State. of Florida as a present is a church and school house. in yard. Large lot. fronting 1174 these. lots. Cash, or short lima,]

I IJ I whole, from the effects uf this company I 1 he citizens in this town would b.._ feet on Verona street, extending back us show you these lots. t
... home ,delightful
117 feet d. .A splendid
FOR SALE I, are unmistakable. Many people I very thankful if the county would pleanelook location.|" Terms can !I... arranged No. ;iil) An attractive home In ft

who have tried Gra-Fru pronounce it over the roads. SPLINTEa.i I on half of purchase )price. dale. This property. is just ouUld*

: the most delicious, palatable and healthful I I II -- Property must be Keen to I be appreciated. city limits, on high ground. Hoon
I and
J I drink they have ever tasted. << Let us show it t"> j iu. two-story contains eight roomy
plastered and hard oif finisoTt
An.enterprise. of this kind should, and CHURCH DIRECTORYBAPTIST. porches, line well and
large barn;
859 Acres Muck and Prairie Land i No. 30S) Splendid new <6-room house, 1
will without a doubt, have the hearty just inside city limits line deep well, house is located on a five-acre tn

support of every loyal Floridian. lot contains two acres of ground, good with beautiful view" of the cl
t3, and l shed, all lake. Land is adapted to citrus
the new barn buggy
but wagon
recently on
This beautiful tract of land! is situated on three : under good new fence. Fine location. and trucking. This property ell
marKet, Gra-Fru is now being dispensedat had for $::1:100:
on favorable
Lake Jose and Lake for small truck garden or ,poultry ranch, very km
lanes l vu LoKe Myrtle. all the soda fountains A. J. Holt. 1) D.) pastor. Will irtroduce customer to
this Is a line proposition xslu re you will owner L
Builock.: It is only a ?short distance from Lake throughout the State. The company is Sunday- will have the frecdom'nf the country, let them deal direct. *,|
1t Preston: and Lake Gentry It is adjacent to the now putting it up in convenient packages Bible School 9.45 a. m. yet close enough to11)"\ all t the ad No. ::1m-Small t( :i farm : :
Preaching II a. m. and 7.15'p.; m. vantages of the city, such :a. splendid inside of
Ii' .. famous New Eden Plantation and to lands now of quarts and pints, to be sold to U. Y. B. U. 6:45 high| school, best miirket-, churches! '' limits This property consists of

t being colonized Cincinnati people. Only a short the tannly ; and they are now preparing : p. m. etc. Price $1.I;>(.H). acre tract within a quarter of a fcumi
t : a booklet telling of the many deliciously Communion-' Sunday. i >,M-eola High School. Small hollle,">
from Naroossee and the East feundav four-inch' flowing well land all in
near new
drinks and dishes that can be Monday-after( 3rd ) FIV K: city lots on which, 'is located itnice
\\i l Coast R. R. Woman's Miss. Unlon-Devo. J p. m.Wednesday I new five-room cottage, tine V''Wof vation. City is building very tmr
t and conveniently prepared by this direction, ,
quickly lots will
\ : after lit the lake, cool breezes. This property ; noon commio]
' the housewife and will send one to ( Sunday) is located close to the proposed good price if owner should desire..
I For price ana terms app.y to every housekeeper who requests it. Worn. Miss. -Union-Social, a topm" electric line on high let el lots.. A time to sub-divide and sell It for M

a Thursday- bargain at $1(>(OfI. Let us show you this dence purposes.. Price $1,500. j"2 2No.
KISSIMMEE EVERGLADES Prayer meeting 7:00: p. m. property.No. -
309- Fine garden and pooh
r" LAND COMPANY RHODES GRASSIS Visitors always welcome.PRESBYTERIAN.. :29-A? very desirable i-room pro|>osition. This place contains
I cottage, located within one block of acres, new 6-room house with pore
I Osceola court house, best in front and side fine artesian
R- county in residence one ; *
; ARTHUR E. DONEGAN, Local Representative fiNE HAY I: : section of city. !House is new, with pump on porch. Choice ioestt

\\f'! ( S. S. Snyder, pastor. celled throughout; city water, lot 7Hx147i : for small truck or poultry f nn.Ti
I 1 h ---- I feet. Price $1,2.VJ.! Let us show land if subdivided into lots is worth fa
School 9.45 A. ;.
Sunday a. m. -
} Rhodes grass will undoubtedly be one this cottage. price asked without any improvemM
fN I Nelson superintendent. We are offering this I
'of the leading grasses for hay in this property
Church Service 11 a. m. and u.m. BUSINESS LOCATIONSNo. $1,51)0; terms on part if desired.1
{ vicinity. The quarter-acre patch on i I town is growing in this direction
the Fellsmere demonstration farm has Christian Endeavor 6.45 p. m. 12: :.'-We have in the heart of the
will enhance value
it 'proved a great success thus far and Prayer and Bible study Thursday 7.30I I business section some very desirable<< in "n
1r vacant lots which we offer for sale
Mr. Conk'ing' the superintendent, does
MICHELINQuick m.Visitors These lots will enhance in value very
most cordially:invited to:all ORANGE GROVENo.
not dare predict its tonnage per acre rapidly. These"are a safe and profit

r I tor the year.. Cervices. able investment. Price and full information Twenty-nve-acre ori"grove
to interested parties. all under good fence Railruns
f l This spring Mr. Conkling secured four' through grove; station adjoI

/ tt a ; Detachable pounds of this Rhodes,"or East Coast, 'METHODIST, No. 471-A20.acrehome. This splendid property; good school and church

f f V 4 t grass seed from A.'McGuire: of St. H.: T, Gaines, pastor ' y-r- ,i it/vi;, : property lies 2 miles north from quarter mile of property. All

Augustine, 'for experimental purpose Sunday School at 9:45 a. m.( J.;; L. town, is practically level;. rich dark gray this that can be grown in Florida do
If h
soil with fine chocolate subsoil 16 acres place. you desire a
He planted the seed on the last day of Overstreet, superintendent. cleared and in cultivation, the remaining Florida write or call on us quick ai

Clincher I February together; with a little grass Preaching services 11 a. m., and 7:30: 4 acres fenced. covered with a good property will not be on the market,
I\it\ special fertilizer.; lie made his first i growth of pine timber with some scat at the price named. This propertyare i
p.m. offering for a short time for $l >
cutting on May 1st and it cured on an tering onk; about It acres of nice young
i Junior League 2 p. m. thrifty grove in bearing besides a number" Will sell as a whole or divided into*
,; average of'one ton to the acre Wed. 7:30 parts if desired.
Senior League : p. m. of nne Japanese persimmon trees, j3fNo.
j' .. Alter this cutting the grass began to Gen. prayer service Tburs. 7:30: p. m. some pea nes, mulberries, blackberries, .
J. knuckle well and soon covered the I lit i two kinds of grapes and a few bananas = 415--Very desirable vacant I L
I Holy communion ever Sunday.
The buildings are comfortable, but not containing three acres, ;just GUIS'
An unusually rainy season set
ground. You are cordially invited to each of I of great value, consisting or a box city limits In West Kisslmmefl,
in and for several days there was sucha these services. I house of 5 large rooms, porch, several place to start poultry farm orl

FULLROUND deluge that an experimental patch of I outbuildings, such as grain houses, tool garden close to churches and eel
alfalfa, adjoining the Rhodes grass, was and wagon sheds stables, eic. One A bargain at $175. Let us shoWt
drowned out. But the Rhodes grass CHRISTIAN. I deep artesian well and one surface well. this lot. J
i StRONG' This land adjoins the finest flhNo
A. M. Chisholm pastor. orange
It should have
just kept on growing.;
in the the located"
grove country on 3SI-A 20-acre tract
RESILIENT ; been cut the second time early in June, Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:KM) p. no.
.-- same kind of land. All kind. of crops marl road two miles from depotSt
ii DURABLE but the frequent rains prevented. On Bible School 9.48-a. m.-C. E. Yowell grow encouragingly on this land and it Cloud road. Property DM

t v Q"t June 17th it presented a beautiful picture superintendent; J. H. Harris assistant is the prettiest place for a home in this house and three-acre orange f1'O
i $ superintendent. section of the There is fine
most of thebladea having set their country. a bearing. This grove will yield
Christian Endeavor every Sunday line of forest trees on the outside of 1000 to 1200 boxes of oranges
b ,e seed. It was cut in the morning and the fence, with a beautiful palm inside year. Sufficient land cleared
B. .
evening at ,
made up into cocks. The next morning of the yard also some thrifty-cedar cultivation to Increase grove to .-
these cocks were opened out and the Prayer meeting and choir practice ev- trees, maples, magnolias, live-oak and or fifteen acres and at same lime
1. ery Thursday at 7.15 p. m.EPISCOPAL. several other varieties of shade trees be yielding any garden truck de
the until the afternoon -
-- grass exposed to sun and ornamental shrubbery and flowers. If in search of property t
Fits Detachable Rim that
: Easily Any Quick when it Will hauled to the barn We want to introduce you to the owner results this fall and at

'iffIf sweet and perfectly cured. of this land and let you buy direct. You extending new grove: Investigate
w .t /r' No Tools Required The cutting from the quarter of an Kev. David D. Kidd, rector. can buy it at a bargain and on favorable This property Is convenienf to I

acre, after being cured, weighed one Services every second and fourth Sun- terms of payment. has marled road on one side,"one j
I fi Price $4,200. ..r\\,
: IN STOCK BY thousand pounds or an average of two day at 11.-00 a. m.- No. 452--Twenty acres located in Park }\ .(f.'

tons to the acre for the second cutting.Mr. Communion 2nd Sunday at morning Gardens; five acres in cultivation, ten No. 402-Fine 20-acre orange ji

t I- i Conkling states that in future be services. acres fenced, fine 2-inch flowing well. cated inside city limits, close to
This is conceded to be the best
tract in and churches. This propertyof r
intends to cut the grass every thirty Guild meeting every first Tuesday.
W. B. MAKINSON CO.! Park Gardens, owned a nonresidentwho forty acres of land, twenty s
days, and that he expects to keep We
up -- --- desires to sell. will furnish which is in bearing orange and

the harvest until cool weather sets in, Truck and Citrus fruit Land.No. you with owner's address and you can fruit trees ten acres additionaland
when it is expected that the great deal directly With him. The pnce is at- in cultivation; good five-room'

growth will be in a measure checked.In 462-Seven and one-half acres of tractive and terms can be secured on tage; two deep wells. This iH
ItT{ of purchase price if desired.No. will
part cellent location, where you
St. Augustine, where Mr. McGuire the best truck and fruit land in Kis the freedom of country fife wl b

i4 ti> made the first experiment in Florida, simmee Park. This land is in proximity : 458-Ten acres adjoining city advantages. Possession canton

five cuttings were obtained and the field to the lake. Call on us and we will limits, on the Orlando hard road. Land short notice. See this pro n
I i. in touch with' the is cleared, fenced and ready for the before purchasing. Price, $9, ; son
and put
4 TRAINS FROM THE WEST 4 produced thirteen a fraction tons you owner; you '
v; tv plow. The elevation is .uitablefor part. j';'
deal direct with him. This
per acre for the year. Mr. Conkling can prop- citrus fruits and truing. This ; i.,

.. expect to surpass that record. Two erty is offered at a great reduction property will soon be available for resIdent lotated e
-VIA- cuttings have netted five tons to the from what land in this locality is selling purposes, as the city is expanding: No. 4t A miles from postoffice, under ,
rapidly. bargain 120000.
$, acre and he expects to make at least for. proof wire fence, two-roogi COP

ATLANTIC COAST LINE four more cuttings of as goon an average 24-tf H; M. BREAKER & CO. No. 459-Five acres'nside city, clear- fine artesian well of water,,

I14.i', as the first two which would be fif- ed, fenced and plowed, ready for culti- deep, between five and six acres furnli I
ed 75 head of and
vation. This tract is nearthe Aultman poultry
teen tons of -prime hay per acre c
Big Bargain In a Home. farm, on high: ground.: $1000.00 takes it. the house goes with the place;
period of eight $000; terms on part of purchaseif "
; h : "Dixie Flyer" "Seminole Limited'"South Rhodes grass hay la of excellent qualIty Splendid new,six room house Justin- No. 443-Ten acres;' located in Park desired. rJ>

; It looks something like timothy, side city limits, fine deep well, lot contains Garden, all under good new fence, land

I. Limited" cypiQ is juiTas sweet and nutritious. .tweT'acres of ground, good, new plowed, fine flowing well All ready to No. 473-We have two *ijtt>t

:: : Atlantic the best alfalfa. The stock at the dem- bam,*wagon and buggy sheds, and all get on and start a crop without any de houses, suitable for rooming or i'
lay. We can offer this ten acres with ing purposes; they have elec.--
c onstration farm will pass over the ordi- under good, new: fence. Fine locationfor the above improvements for the same water and sewer connections: "

:" j:, Montgomery Route nary shipped in hay, which costs $40 a. small truck garden or poultry ranch. price that unimproved land is being sold in splendid resident section. Call' e s

ton, to eat the Rhodes hay. This Is' a fine proposition, where you for in this tract. Our price $1000.00. and we will show them to ,00.-:

fa Several settlers here are watching the will,have the freedom of the Country, Terms on Dart if desired. prices are reasonable, terms aloe)
j Tkreufh PnDmaa Cars from CLkafp, St. Louis, Cuciniuti, Indianapolis, Louisville -
progress of this haymaking<< demonstration yet close enough to enjoy all the advan-

4 : WI Nashville Atlanta ud BraincuaJii to Jacksonville. with keen interest Victor Hadin. tages of the city, such as splendid high

t cI .. from Kansas, is seriously considering: school, best markets, churches etc. H. M. BREAKER & CO!

DINING CAR SERVICE putting to Rhodes grass about forty Price $1,500.24tf .
H. M. Breaker
j acres of his tract next spring.-Fells-, :
I i For further Information call on o.r write to mere Farmer. I -:. Over Osceola Pharmacy ;- . / :

W. C. Gilbert Ticket Agent, Kissimmee. Fla., If you have anything: to'.ell or swap KISSIMMEEFLORJDX.*
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J. Gl: KIRKLAND Division Passenger Agent Subacrigi. or if you want to buy or rent anything
Tampa, Florida j j Don't borrow try a "want ad" in the Gaiette.. ..

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MAINS hope the city authorities will decide to -S .
have It." ,. KISSIMMEE'S "i II .
Mr. S.,.B. Aultmanwho has'had extended r

WITH FLOW WELL experience In hydraulics,, says
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.that'the water supply'is sufficient If the ELECTRICJLEVATOR CITIZENS BANK,
authorities.would simply take steps to

{ PUN UNDER CONSIDERATION utilize"I'h it.flow from the well Ie not utilizedby INSTALLED IN DAMN'S' STOREs .." o. : '

',. a great deal," said Mr. Aultman."The "5 ,____ I .. 0"( I - '
\ Difference water supply could be multiplied
..Some of Opinion as te '
'c several times if the water were pumped When KiMimmee Grow to Met ;;; \' } :.
Adequacy ofKisaimmee'sWater :
I: frond the well Instead of depending upon ropolitan Size This Event 'KISSIMIVIEEV ,
Supply.I the flow. Such steps should-be taken Will Be Recalled. .
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at once and with the least delay "
Agitation concerning the adequacy,of possible. We can never tell when the first electric a 1 (:
V'Jf>e water supply has led members, of I Ip I'emergency is going to arise, and as it is Kissimmce's elevator is t'r
|; v'ne. City Council to make Investigations I IC we wouldn't'be prepared for that emer being installed and will be buzzing up
which will result In' certain changes! gency. There is really no need! to have i and down between the doom of C. W.
0, even 1f..mother well is not drilled. 'j| Another\ well; the thing to do is to con Dann's big department store before
{ The preponderance of opinion favors I nect the pumps with the well and pump many day .
!< another well. There seems little chance theiuale.r out; that's what should have' D. 14. Cooper, representing the Otis J
I for controversy on that score, but there been done-to/ begin with." Elevator Company, of New York. arrived -
i are some who contend that the water The Water and Light Committee of this wk',-'Qnd has been busy
,,. supply.Is sufficient'and that,the expense the Council is considering question.It with his helpers getting the car!nplace. '

i would be useless.t is likely that some changes will be .,,.**, ,- .?_ ...:.___
'|'r t It has been stated authoritativelythat made and whatever ia done will be in HThe motor hus been set up. It)is
M I: the supply of water held in reserveI 1 the nature of an improved condition. 71 2 norse power, and runs automaticallf. :.c
'; would not be sufficient to cope with a l I I' ; The motor runs when the eleva-
f fire of any great magnitude! -say ablaze I tor runs, and vice versa. There is no
that lasted for two or three hours. loss of power, which is controlled from
On the other hand, those who oppose' the car. t tr
, the sinking' of another well say that the B. Aultman Entertained Friendsat I The elevator has a capacity of two
problem can be easily solved by con I thousand pounds, and will run at the r1 w kJr '. a
necting the stream from the well with Dinner.A rate of 100 feet a minnte. It is the

" the mains. In that event they say, I I surprise party was given Mr. S. B. very best of 'its type, and will be not ,
the water would be inexhaustible. The : Aultman Tuesday evening by Mrs. Ault only a great convenience but an attraction I
flQW from the well is at the rate of, 4OO man and his daughter, Miss Elizabeth for the new store. Ji n i ;r" Y 1+
gallons'a minute, which they claim could ; Aultman, the occasion being the anniversary Mr. Dann !is making preparations to
be largely increased.Councilman i of Mr.: Anltman's birthday. I Ii j leave;;' for New York,-and- -will get'away
C. W. Dann is one who i Those invited to participate in the t market as soon as his business will
opposes an additional well. "I see no pleasures ,of the evening were Messrs. permit.
need for another well," said Mr. Dann. I I H. C. Stanford, M. Katz and S. J. I The first floor of his store is stocked ,
"The water supply can be handled so ; Triplett, all summer widowers and espe- 1 with dress goods, notions and the like; 5 qi
that there will be no danger of the cial friends of Mr. Aultman. The din I I the second floor will be filled with ladies'I
water giving out in case of a big fire. ing room was decorated in hearts and I suits and ready-to-wear goods, and the .
It l is true that the reservoir ,might be flowers, ferns and potted plants, and l third floor will be a general stock.of 10 ORGANIZED APRIL 2, 1U10\ .J
emptied in a few hours, but if direct presented an attractive sight. I! cent wares. :The Dann DepartmentStore
. connection is made with the well, thereis Miss'Rhea Pherigo, a cousin who has is the only one of the kind be. K
no such hazard." I been the guest of Mias Aultman for I tween Jacksonville and Tampa.PAVINfijPROGRESS.
Mr. S. L. Lupfer, who i is superintending : the week, was among those present. I --- I To entrust your banking business'S
the extension of the water main The affair was deli htful in every respect -I ; 'S
on Mabbette street is of a different 11 and Mr. Aultman was as happyas to us means that you will receive S ,
opinion. "The city should drill another a school boy with his first top.
well said Mr. "What's the consideration consistent with
Lupfer. i North Side of Broadway Almost every
use to be stingy; about using water when I
Completed This Week. sound conservative banking.
we've got as much of it as we need just
by going down a bit and getting if i The north' side of Broadway from
Why should the citizens of Kissimmeebe ': Ladies of Christian Church Preparing i Dakin to Main street will have been

restricted in the use of water whenwe ; for Harvest. i completed by!? the_end...of the week. bycontractors M
can have all the water we want in i who have the brick layingin W. A. SMITH Cashier '>
I ARTHUR E. DONEGAN, President ,
any emergency by providing another | The Ladies' Aid Society of the Chris- charge, and the first of next week
well? It'can be done for $1800, and t tian church is laying; plans for a bazaar 1 will witness the completion of the south
this would settle the question for a long the proceeds of which will be doi side. All the street has been graded. Directors: . .' IIt'i
time to come. i I voted to paying for new pews. It i iI IEl > and putting the brick down will be ARTHUR E. DONEGAN, President H. M. Pfann, lit Vice PresidentC.
"If water meters are installed it will l also planned to give a cantata later, quickly I done The paving will then I r
c&it more than twice as much to install | with the same object. The bazaar i ito is i, commence on Brack street, and will be I W. DANN, 2nd Vice PresidentA.
the meters as it would to bore the well come first and within a short time: i I pushed rapidly to completion. 1 W. WINN L. H. COHOON F. W. HILL C. D. CARROLL
We can have an adequate water supply the cantat will be an event of the early Mr. T. B. Uilk'spie has been supenn-
for half the money that it will take to autumn, very likely. The society. tending the work this week, in the ab- I
conserve the supply we already have. was expected to meet at the home ol'I i sence of Mr. F. C. Briddell, the super.I Vans Agnew & Crawford, Attorney paw upon the title to all real estate loans.

I I'm in favor of the additional well, and Mrs. S. B. Aultman Friday afternoon. I mtendent.r __ : __

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-, SEEDS for Sale. 1I i ii

I Fresh Stock-Pepper, Egg; Plant and i
I Cow Peas. We ban- If wish to buy an ,
1s Okra. Chnfas and Splendid team of mares 5 and 6 yon "
dll! nothing except ,first-class Seed, years old, well broke, kind and gentle' .
SUMMER IS HALF GONE suited to Florida' soils and! conditions also wagon and double harness. En- '
_ Write price list. Nelson Realty Company, John, Automobile '
: . torSEED CO., Plant City,28-4&FlaJ ?airs.y. 26-tf 1 ,' s

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but intend FOR. ,SALE GARAGE
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'1 shall be when I H .......,.

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15,000 Acres Land and Timber in i fee simple ., 11
f'ii'SUMMER' : 3,000 Acres Round Timber,

ENDSi 70,000 One-Year Boxes, C Buckles
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140,000 Two Year Boxes, '
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e I 85,000 Three Year Boxes, \ has the
w Therefore everything in our store 24,000 Four Year Boxes, Beat Paying,..Property
in Florida
40,000 Fire Year Boxes. _

of a hot weather nature 1 50 Shanties 'F 0 R SALE
i will be sold at I 4 Dwellings :
'a 25-BbL Still and Fixtures ORANGE GROVES AND
. 1 Pump and Boiler -

afyi: i. ,1 Cooper Shop and Toels" GROWING ORANGES ,

: REDUCTION 8 Males There is less of this character .
: SURPRISING o 3 Horses of land .. the market

I 3 Wagon and Harness today than any other, and i ia ill
few then will slot bean
;:Ki >;. from prices usually charged for such goods 3 Saddles and Bridles acre years of real orange land vi.
2 Commissaries and Stock of Goods 'in this State that can be
: 2 Telephones and Five Miles of' Wire. bought except at a> enonrmous t h

a" figure.
Good location on the main line of< the A. C L i ;tI
of the truth of these
Convince yourselves statements C. B U C K E L S
I R. R. Healthy location and a good place to keep

V: by calling and comparing our prices with those plenty of laborers; plenty of labor now on the 7Ti Fruit Land Man '

'..: charged by others for the same character of goods'H.C.STANFORDCO. We offer this business for the next ninety days - '

II. for $10.00 per acre, including eTerytbing it this
nlvd schedule.

Get ,the Habit S
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I K I S S I MM EE FLORIDA I. H. M. BREAKER & CO. MadelnKlnlmm.-

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3' The Kissimmee Valley. Gazette. .THE MOTION PICTURE PLAY ANO11IRRftIlJIT5 ; '

Say. the Lakeland; News: "We have THE GAZEITE: .

;: before usa, program, the principal feature i1 .r -

: W. B. HARRIS '" ., Publisher and Proprietor, .which is a thriller; denominatedas BOWS ITS THANKS Colorado Man Invests in fine farm,

'His Mother's Shroud !I' Nice, at Pinedale.

: J. H. REESE Editor cheerful little skit to enliven your spirits .,.
I Mr. C. B. Thompson of Leadville
after a hard day's work Isn't it :T Pensacola News 3 You can readily see nor one who writes more interestingly.: .
p t' rt hasl farm of
Coty., bought a
acres at
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY' Something for'you to tro'home'.nd l'by the last issue of the Kissimmee Ue haa a metropolitan style and has always "
J. F.
Pinedale. O'Berry.
i ... 'OFFICE IN VALLEY GAZETTE BUILDING dream about, and make you. chuckle) in Valley Gazette that some change: baa made good on metropolitan work, Mr. Thompson"is a late arrival hay.

KISSIMMEE. OSCEOLA COUNTY, FLORIDA your sleep. been made In the editorial department.Old but he never could stay away from 1
)II been the the Pinedale
a _._-_- --:-----_ .__._ -'--_-__ ---'-. ... ,-- ->--- ,-, The News editorializes on the subject Joe Hugh: Reese is back-jn editorial\ Florida. The Valley Gazette fairly ing guest Poultry (
: Farm of his old friend Tao..
t SUBSCRIPTION RATES: of the picture play to good purpo.e.Continuing shackles. Nothing more need be said. sparkles and Kissimmee is fortunate in
t tord, for a few weeks.
. $1.50 it says,, ''Sometimes we All who know Joe Hugh Reese as a his going there.
One copy, one yearOne He to Kissimmee to
came investigate
,, .75 wonder what kind of miserable misanthropes newspaper man know what to, look for :
months -
t $ copy.,six .40 are those who prepare these in the Kissimmee Gazette henceforth. conditions and) -found everything to his
months St. Cloud Vf.: .
One-copy three I I Tribune : B. Harris, publisher liking This being the case and
; .. -,..----- gruesome: pictures with swat It will unquestionably be one of the best I II of being vt '
the Kissimmee Gazette
Valley from the West he didn't
All communications except from our authorized correspondents. muet be in the face the tired people who go to weekly publications in the South. lose-any time "I.\\
r has been '
; .
] fortunate in securing the serVICeS in doing business. .
'I signed by the writer. the theater to ,be amused and entertained I ,
_, ___ of .J, H. Reese, a writer of force He has set about clearing his land '
and not for the purpose of lachrymose -: Tampa Tribune : Joe Reeee has taken 'i
returned unless called for.'f I and originality. to take charge of his and will put; two acres In potatoes.
? be lieexpects
r., i Rejected matter will not ___ facial irrigation. If we had I 1 editorial charge of the Kissimmee Valley Mr. Reese has been connected !
to net out an .
orange : and ,
: Entered at the Postoffice in Kissimmee. Fla. as 1''Cf>nd-clalll mail matter. our way with some of the producers of | Gazette. New life and new blood 'with several of the leading papers of will also go in for chickens to grove '
some de "
'f --- --- ,,- ---- -= ......:.-.:......_- -,_.:- these morbid plots, we would prescribe j will make our; contemporary one of. thebrightest I Florida, knows the, needs and possibilities He will try out the White
gree. Leg
of calomel l three timesa
t a tablespoonful I in the State. I II. '
FI' da.y. J'uly 12, l3-2 of the State,.ald will be able to horn stock.
: day until their livers got in better I
''IIf serve well the best interests of Osceola :Mr.\ Thompson is unmarried and
condition. j Miami Metropolis : J. Hugh Reesehas will .
: ,. What would Joel Chandler Harris COAXING PROSPERITY The motion picture' play is no longer I taken hold of the editorship of the county and all of Central Florida. set up bachelor's quarters on 'his farm. '

r (dear old Uncle Remus) say if he knew In the last issue of the Monticello an interesting experiment for the j Kissimmee Valley Gazette--in-* vigor. |, '_ n I He has friends in Leadville who may beI

;, that his favorite son Julian had signed News an interesting and forcible article i amusement of children. It is the most >ous and delightful way. The paper is Lakeland Telegram ; The Kissimmee i I induced to come here and invest He 1r ,

tr -. the call for Roosevelt's third party ? on "Prosperity" appears from the I|, widely patronized means of entertain.- I already showing the touch of a newspaper Valley Gazette apparently goes on the I is delighted with the prospect, and la :"';

'- --- -- -- hand of W. W. 'Carroll, the pecan baron. :, ment ever invented; it reaches from one man to the manor born and we principle that nothing is too good for I sure he_will "make! good. "

<; tr U: It would be interesting i to know what Mr. Carroll disclaims any kinship end of the world to the other; as an prophesy abundant success. for the pub- its clientele. It has secured the servicesof

1 r; it brand they are using in Tampa now ; with or knowledge of Prosperity put !. agency for good or ill it has come to be lication. J, Hugh Reese' one of the ablest WILL BEAUTIFY

'I I fl nearly every issue of the newspapers of he lays down some atthe obstacles reckoned with in the most practical I _ newspaper men in the State and competent ,I .

J. ; that burg contain a harrowing rattlesnake which he believes are standing in the m 'nn..r.' Recognition of its influence 1 St:: Augustine Record : A glance at to edit the columns of a metropolitan "'

i{ story. way of his county's progress. He enumerates i i for evil resulted in the establishment the\ Kissimrnee Valley Gazette is enough 'daily. The weekly papers of I i Parkways on Broadway to Receive

: Ii "- __ 7- thus: Obstacle 1-bad roads; of a national boardofcensorship. which ..o !show, one that Joe Hugh Reese is on Florida-are certainly setting a standard' 1 i Some Attention.

\ j\\ The carnival of crime continues in obstacle 2-worse roads; obstacle .'?-in-1:Aboard is supposed to pass on all films the job as editor. There's no abler of excellence not equaled by the press. of .

J - Jacksonville. If Jacksonville doesn't fernal gullies called roads. ;I and to forbid the use of any deemed newspaper man in Florida than Reese: any other section of the country. The Village Improvement Society held

halt to it. that Mr. Carroll's elucidation of what's _ --- a meeting Tuesday afternoon ,at' theChapt..r
do something to put a 'i objectionable. But with nearly five =:' aI -- -- -
House.Final .
I t city will soon have such a r.'putatlOn'that '1 the matter with Jefferson, can be! applied -< hundred motion picture shows in New;

4 peaceful people will be afraid to with equal truth to other coun- : York alone. and .with the thousands arrangements were made for
I The Cow Case II IIST. the removal of the which
LOCAL library
'I OVERFLOW 1 hagbeen
go there. ties. The most prosperous counties j i elsewhere, it is easy. to see that the 1
1 located in rooms. above the State
are those which have the best roads, board of censorship might be :influenced

LaFollette says that the Chicago assemblage and good roads are not built without' by the picture companies to pass manypictu CLOUt FLA.. JulW12.. Bank building. A librarian will be appointed -
Mr. Orrie Porter who left her.' and at the
a next
i 0 f Roosevelt delegateswouldn't spending money. Sore counties are rca that .. .' vigilancerwould Editor ot Valley Gazette .:Inasmuch meeting) the
short time ago for Yates Center Kan.. name of this official with the hours
I make a respectable prayermeeting. more fortunate than others in having eschew. Such pictures as that article in the open
as an published last issue
t. to work in the wheat f fields, had the will be announced.The .
I Does LaFollette think .that deposits of K Kxi road material at the referred to by the News should not be of the :St. Cloud Tribune, relative to
misfortune to his foot crushed bthe V. I. S.
i get also had under
L'' > consider-
the delegates assembled at Chicago or roadside. so that the cost is not so greatin permitted to! ap|>ear. The film was. the recent legal controversy
Baltimore would make a "respectable" l roads from bad roads.but arising carte just before reaceint that city. ation the beautifying of the parks on
making good shown in Kissimmee last Wf'''". Thelocal from the enforcement of the local cattle -
I 1 Upon his arrival at Yates Center hewas Broadway. The grass has become much
prayer meeting ? in any event the cost is always consideralile. theaters are not to lie censured for ordinance and in which name
my at once taken in charge hthe worn III spots, which mars the attrac-
Look where you wIll. you showing the pictures for they are dependent among others i. is "p.'lfieaIJm'nllont'd..
Edwin D. Lamunnht: went to Canada will invariably find that the grouth otcountl..s upon what is sent them. In contains statements indutt4bibased Knights of Pythias he being a member tion of an otherwise pleasant view. Alittle

i after the Democratic convention. Ed- and cities. ha. heen due to the th,- first place, no such should total of that order and shown, every atten- renuddmg, together with some additions -.
pictures a misapprehension of thetrue
upon tion. A letter from :Mr. Purler .. the
pVobably fell the need of a bracerbefore states in waof shrubbery andflowers
win roads indirectly! if not absolutely so.
be made and in the next. the board "f facts of the case such statements
';. ..._ facing his irate constituents.. The Valley liazette; obser\< with should that he is '|OII>K well and expects to In is contemplated by the Society.
censorship them no
suppress tending to> cunvey' an altogether erroneous -
They sent him tc 'Baltimore to I get the pleasure thi mo\ .'m..1I1 for a thorough matter what the cost of out and around in a few iia> _. This 11 is now in the hands of a committee -
procuring :impression as to my motives and
( r bacon; instead of that he got the hook system. ot !good roads III Osceola county. them. even as to my character I feel that. in :Mr. D. B. lotl has acept..1 a p isi- with power to act and it will be '

i t, 3 he and four others; let's see, who were The beginning has been made it will .1 U-t ice to myself i if for no other reasons tion with JJ. 1 II. Wannjf, who has a c,,"- but a short time until the eye is greetedby

. )i the others ? remain ...Hh the people,, to give it their GOOD PEOPLE I should be permitted the privilege tract for building the court house at be a unexcelled picture of park landscape that will

'i"f. - sanction. It should l tie done right in the of an'explanation Bushnell, and leaves for that place in this section.PorterMacDonough.

: \ Kissimmee has an excellent opportunity beginning. Build strong. Select': the Monday. :Mr. Potts has been engagedwith
The census which it was .stated that

,"v t "k. J 1\ to make an impression that will most. durable material to be had. puthe \ Says Non W. I.. Palmer of KissimmeeFolk I took in the interest of Mr. Padgett, the Valley tiazette; and doing spei .

't inure to its everlasting good When she and assured of the aJ! .vork for of
rest re out town .
price and the Gazette. was as a matter of tact taken by Mr. newspapers.He :Mr. Allen J. MacDonough and MissI.illian
y : r '. entertains the delegates to organize the
suits. Drought and myself solely fur the purpose i is much impressed! with the op|>ortumties Porter were married at the home
t. .r' State Board of Trade. Secretary J.
f" ORLANDO FI.A. July 3d, 1912. offered by this section for in- ,
1'of the
of uride's
compiling a new city directory.At parents Mr. and Mrs.
f' D. of the Kisgimmee Board .
,1 Kuykendall SOME DIFFERENCE Editor Reese, 18slmm. . Florida. vestment and has been a (constant''I
no time while I was engaged i I" taking M. H. I'ort-r Thursday afternoon at 1j <
f 1i ot Trade the ball in motion and Kis
( put Dear Sir I It often that 1
My is not boomer for Kis
J J simmee Keplvihg to a protest by the Gazette I : this census was I either directly or "immee and Osceola :3 j:: > o'clock. I Rev. A. M. Chisholm, of
must It
r' keep going.The _ against legalizing the sale ot whiskeyin venture to suggest to an editor. either indirectly connected with or employedby county since casting his lot here. the Chr"tiun, church, performing the

l Tallahassee Leon ) mainlyon by way of commendatian or otherwise.
I I I I Tampa Timea is horrified to learn county Mr. Padgett. ceremony.
account of the fact that the State ,: There was an expression in a recent Mr. A. E. Hay of the Valley Gazettemechanical 1 There
that Ocala prize fights in open In order to enhance the value of The were no attendants and only
p permits
) for Women is located there the editorial of yours stating : "The most stall is now in New Orleans .
_1 ) violation of the State law. Wonder if College proposed new directory and far no other the family and a few invited friends
; ; Estero American commendable work that one of the cult learning the operation of the lino.t'pe -
I p of kind takes in says: ; reason the names obtained by this witnessed the ceremony.The .
nothing the. ever place
t' J "Well i is it to have |j can perform is to become identified with machine which the Gazette will ,
I Tampa. The Times might prolong its why any worse census were divided into two classes bride is one of Osceola's loveliest
t I open saloons in Tallahassee than any 1 a staunch weekly publication in a goodcommunity ,< install shortly. The machine will be
|: and transient.i women, possessed of those envi-
't fit of horror about the permanent young
by looking over
other town ? Is it any worse for the ;j and give the best in him for'| set up as soon' as Mr. Hay has mastered -
i I Johnson, of Kissimmee. able .and accomplishments that
State there are undoubtedly othert ladies attending the State College attorney graces
;I the good of both. This hits the nail the mechanism. A of six
places given to the indulgence of an for Women to come in contact ; ,,' for Mr. Padgett, in some manner Unknown course '|I conspire to make womanhood most at-
with the saloon Tallahasseethan on the bead. Any man who is in the weeks is provided for operators to
: occasional pugilistic encounter. open in I I to me learned that such a census go tractive. The groom is one of Kissimmee's -
"" .. for the young lady students of the position and has the 'ability to fairly through under the tutelage: of the mas- .'
If '.' i was being taken, and by whom. As most energetic and successful /1
< '\ \' ,' Fort Myers high-school to be subjectedto and stimulate sentimentfor mechanic the "
c justly public ter at factory and when
r. ,hi'' there was'nothing secret about business men. He to this ', ; ; . Frank Mayes stands by Bryan. and the same disgusting spectacle in my operations young came,
f the good does work. this i. done the is
( } :,\ ;t I, :i\\.'; declares yet that he'ii! the "...d.H." their home town :? Yet there is a certain common a great this was but natural under the, pupil' .upposed to be city.. three years ago from Pbenix, Pa.. .)
Such a man, when be is capable and prepared to drive the machine with the .
I '. f Opinions are divided. Henry Walter- booze element who are trying to circumstances. Doubtless realizing the and became connected with the firm of i
force the open barroom regime once, willing: to adjust! the angle of'observa- knowledge necessary to keep it in order Ludlam &
son asseverates Bryan to be a hypocrite -' value to his client of such a compilation, I MacDonough, architects. A
I $if t more in our county seat but we hear, tion on the part of the people. and thus and on its good behavior. Mr. Hay (IS
and Tom Watson denominates no righteous protest against it from., he spoke to Mr. Drought one day when few months ago he entered the broker-

. him a traitor; Vardaman says he's an the citizens of Fort Myers. Should the reach fair conclusions on public, question the latter was in Kissimmee. requesting a compositor of long experience and age business on his own account.

ladies of Fort Myers be subjected -'I as well as local matters does ever I will be thoroughly l'omp..tltnt to take
; \ ingrate and no gentleman. Champ young j'I 'the privilege of examining the list. Mr. and Mrs. MacDonough will be at
t to the saloon influence any more than a greater work. I have seen even good charge of the machine after passing
Clark-has his opinion and Gov. Wilson I This was about two weeks before the home to their friends in Kissimmee.
those Tallahassee ?
in succeed the of & his of ,
in playing through
men part course instruction
trial. Not knowing for what They expect to build home before the
probably regards him as a heavenly! purposehe I a
.. There is no cause for controversy, yet stinging fly and thus fret the public a -
wanted the list, neither Mr. Droughtnor Newton A. P.litch and C. end of the .
being. In any event Bryan was WIlt -: there is a difference in the proposition : mind and urge it into wild aud unrestrained -i I Royal Dunn year."Insure

*Bon'. good angel. myself could see any reason tor members of the Florida Railroad Commission
as stated by the Gazette and as viewedby action.
refusing Col.! Johnson's request and were in Kissimmee ednesday Your Property"The
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Eagle. body
I You are among a good people and
: ; Editors> Harris and Lambright and acted accordingly.As' evening, returning from a hearing held
tending the college at Tallahassee represents the Kissimmee Valley Gazette has a Nelson Realty Co. are prepared!
L II Jordan and Maves and! Sanborn served : a result entirely unforeseen I at St. Cloud during the day. The occa-
forty-one counties in Flonda reputation that will aid you in your to write insurance in several of the
: a doubly useful purpose in representing 1 I was subpeonaed as a witness for Mr. sion for their visit was. demand from
and seven States other than Florida. as indicated in editorial. reliable old line companies. and'will
'tu the State at the Baltimore convention.I purpose your i Padgett. I desire to emphasize the the people of St. Cloud that the schedule
I' If a community as such votes for the I have known the and the peopleyou insure property for at the
They sent intimate sketches of convention I'I paper I fact that I was an involuntary! witness. of the passenger train from Kissim your you
saloon for its own people only to con- lowest
serve for 27 possible rate. They have never
: : scenes from the inside. It would I years. At no time did seek to become implicated mee be changed. Mr. Mike Crown, as-
I tend with, it is largely their affair; butItit Very sincerely yours, had any trouble in adjusting losses.and
: _LjBiseJto.send-Mwpap.r men-..-d.!l lf --: ' - -- --- in the matter in !any!! way.--' __ aie1enLjgencndaLrpraaent.eLt.herailroad i -----,.
i macTrmorffTnTfairtg-BTibjggt) --wt-pALxgL-: lox>k"weirto lfie 1nleresls 6riheir"clienls'
gates to all future conventions, as long It was also stated that I swore that company at the hearing. The
I women ot a great majority we coun- in securing payment in ease of loss.
held. 1 was not a citizen of St. Cloud. What commissioners decided that the desired I
: ma they are Mayes says we are :
ties of the State and of several other We will appreciate business and
I to have just one more national conven Trite and Truthful I did stats was that I was not legallyan change should be made, and Mr. Crown' your
States to the menace of open barrooms give: it careful attention. We ask a
; tion. Rather think he's wrong. The I inhabitant of St. Cloud at the time promised) on the part of the railroad .
,. in Tallahassee. And it may be contended liberal share of your patronage and will t1.
; hire of the game is too stronglto( be I with truth and force that the dangers Mr. Darst took the census that result that the revised time card would bei appreciate it sufficient to give you the .

shaken off readily. [rBY OLD PROVERBS.] ed in the ordinance being: enacted. Be-i'i I made effective in the course of a weekor most courteous and careful business
i in Tallahasse are greater than I
: ing under oath, I war supposed to tell ten days. Instead of leaving Kis- attention. f
; desire to have
__ i.i' they would be in Fort Myers and other Many men earnestly NELSON REALTY Co.
..t The Tampa Tribune printed a snake ;I towns. because of the greater number Truth on their side ; few men desire to what to the best of my knowledge and simmee at 10 o'clock in the morning for

story Sunday that rivaled Munchausen's t of negroes in Leon county. The ideais 1 be on the side of Truth belief was the truth, and it was my St. Cloud the amended schedule will CONDENSED STATEMENTof

t ; wildest imaginings. Wouldn't be surprised -I belief that I was not legally an inhabitant cause the train to leave at 6:30: in the
is and the who
repulsive men promoted the condition of
if Powell of the Tampa Board of at the time mentioned. As I understood morning. returning to Kissimmee at ri
II the issue in Leon county should A dead man can float down stream.
Trade should be called upon soon to liberate the law and the legal definitionof o'clock. This will enable St. Cloud STATE BANK Of KISSIMMEE
be drummed out. It pleases the Ga. Which way are you going T
I : a column or so of his -vocabulary the word inhabitant I was not. I travelers to make'the morning: connec-
zetteto state that the vote in Leon
: in denouncing such persons as had stated to Mr. Darst at the time betook tion north whereas now they are un- KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA .

., .k. "have snakes." The Tribune should Wednesday gave a conclusive majority If every one would do some act of my name that I was not, as at able to do so. At the close of business June 29, 1912

*be careful, really I lOur'Northern and against the wets. kindness to his neighbor. and do no unkindness that time I had disposed of my holdings -

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I Western brother. have mortal --- every day, half the sorrow Death of Thomas Van Duzer.Mr. .
:j a. dread here and planned to leave permanently ASSETS

_: : -. of a spake infested country, the same JUST BE PLEASANTThere's would be lifted from this old world in a I within a short time. The fact Thomas Van Duzer died at the Bill BanVinc Receivable Houa, *. F F. . . t 1'12..Ml18 7118(08

: : which this is not, yet the same which a store in Kissimmee where day. _ that since then I changed my plans, and home of his son, Victor F. Van Duzer, Bond. 8.200 00Overdraft.

they might be led to believe by reading the prospective customer is always I the later rulings of the court as to the at Forest City Ark., today. A message . 8.821! 1<> ..

l stories like the Tribune's. greeted with cordiality and given such A slave who protests gets sympathy; legal definition of the words "citizen," received by Major T. M. Murphy CJaknsACLR7 .. .. 4,04254

t courteous attention that he feels inclined one who doesn't protest gets contempt.At have Cub, fjemm. Cai-h.... Due from Ea ik', 60,871 W.ity .
I "inhabitant etc., no bearing '
fromMr.. V. F. Van Duzer the "
conveys < "' .. 5,70050
'1. Frederic Wlggin: pastor> of the fashionable I visit that store I.
to again. upon the truth or falsity of my testi information. that the remains will be .-

Unity church, of Brooklyn, hast I Politeness pays. Better than that is the national conventions they mony. brought to Kissimmee for burial. Tire 8f1.Sr. ,

been in communication with the spirit. the unmistakable mark of gentility.: called each other liars robbers thieves I I (Signed) T. C. ROBERTS. body will arrive on the 4 o'clock train

I of Prof. William James. Wiggin has I Again, it is the duty of peopTeTn the pirate. and other terms itfth profane I afternoon. LIABILITIES (
Sunday The funeral set vices Capita' . 55oeOnoSurplus
to do something queer to keep his fashionable -I public service to be courteous and con- handles. Guess they knew what they I I will be held at the Christian church ::111,000(00Uoeivid.rPoita

parishioners interested. He i I | siderate. It is a duty whose performance I| were talking about. Do the men who Originated Dinner Custom. S.13: 59
and the interment will
I manages to deliver the goods in fairly, ; should: ,be exacted from such as i j are leading us to our home in the We are told that In Venice or IK!. D.PO.IUOrtifed 2IQ.a"7 cr.lI
I take at Rose Hill. The Kissim- ,
.t. satisfactory style. He admits having: may not be so inclined through habit. "Sweet bye and bye" follow after: { nated the custom of giving favors to place Ca.eka sot( 85
I mee lodge of Masons will officiate at I CaahUn Ch.ctsDuaO.h.rBaika .16
jjtfi ; . been in touch with Dr. James since Octofcer We pass this way but once; we might i'I' these characters. I guests. Henry III. attended a sugar ";sb2

'c* 1910. The doctor freed himself,.j as well" be pleasant to those about us; I I: banquet In the doge's palace where I the grave. Mr. Van Duzer "was wellknowTi BUbParabU. 1.0.00000
plates. and even napkins were : in Kissimmee, and the news of
t ?!>.. of mortal Impediments in August of if we can't be pleasant, then we should I R.s.D1e&aats 10.114 76CciI.etbona
? ? I A recent journal says, "It is just as formed from sugar, and 304)( ) spun sui his death will come as a shock to his Hand 00I
that year. It takes some time to go I pay somebody to give us a swift kick. have blooded stock I on
important to among i gar effigies were given to the ladles. I friends here., "
into'the ---- - .- many $366,377 7Pereonallr
4 .c,, spirit world and return. Wig- I -- your fowls as it is among bones and ThIs dinner of state lasted three I

L the lookout, however, and I I :; Ed. Lambright has returned from I dogs." How about that tow-headed; hours and king Henry brought with I I Notary Public.M. .
before a
; i got the first interview with the departed Baltimore and is again illuminating theI1 I boy of yours. Uncle Josh him his own bottler, who presided over Generally Their Own Fault. : appear. B.* who beinc

:; \ psychologist. What the ghost said I columns of the Tampa Tribune. Ed. -- the wines. I Those who are constatly lamenting I duly worn, depceee and aejra the

: I was DOt quite intelligible, Dut this was> i hasn't quite gotten over it yet. Hi I Not much heard of T. R. and Big Bill their Ill-luck are often. In some war [Seal) above stat.sM W true to" tie brttof

t' 4 '\ ODe certain means of identification; nobody first edi tonal contained the expression, since Woodrow came into view. The Cultivate Concentration. or their other reaping the consequences of t his knowledfa and belief
neglect. mlsmana
I own meat. (Slcnad) ROMA THOMALHatsry ,.
I 1 : ever knew what James was talk- !' "Thas is. 'Sail right, ol' man ; take i eclipse will be total about the first Concentration Is the secret of Improvidence or want of application. PttbU State of FlorWm. j;

: :1' : .h" .lDg bout-. 'your time. Tuesday of November. Itr'ellcth.-Emeraon. Marshall Field. My eommlaate up tree Men. 18, t9150 ,t'fJ

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The Klsslmme6 Valieu Gazette Rub-My-Tlsm: will cure you. 2i-18t Mill Ethel Sadler St;Cloud'cow' Impounding case, Mr.'C. L. Cole; who has been with Mr. ''C. A. Cole, proprietor( ot the tb' ,

guest of Miss Corrie tt against the town of St. Cloud. the Jenkins &: Woodham surveying Cole in this city, but who
TakBPHOfeft "0. 11. T Cob John E. Hartridge. on* of Jacksonville's weeks, left Friday. decided In' Pad ett's favor the corps for the past several months, has makes his .borne in Lakeland, left,
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prominent attoiaeys Jacksonville. holding that St. Cloud' was not accepted 'a position with the Osceola Thursday for an extended.trip through

PUBLISHED' EVERY FRIDAY. here this week in attendance upon the o The Osceola J sire to pass., tuck an ordi- Telephone Co., and is engaged thls weekInstalling the Nortb-which will end at Bayview

.- BWeather-. HRlittBl BTW. : county court.Miss suming shape. It is The case will bo appealed to phones in the Whittler and Mich., 'where be owns a summer _t- ...

Missouri Woodall It spending a by Contractor R. D. circuit ceurt by ,the municipality. Basslnger sections.Mr. . tag. It is Mr. Coie's. Intention to
couple of weeks with the family of her cross several of the Great Lakesas '
eww.aewa..earl.i Stewart and Verona. i' D. Rotundo Is' $:: L. Lupfer; ,manager of the islands. in
brother G, B., Woodall at the New, to be 26x60 and will again in the em- well as visit the Thousand '
ReportFollowing I Eden Plantation. .. for printing I of the ''city as superintendent of Osceola Hardware 'Company, and our the St. Lawrence during!: the summer. ; j
t ; purposes.Engineer
newly elected county treasurer underwent
.. lie succeeded Walter Lorenz,
Mr. F, ,W. Hill, postmaster at Nar- a ..urglcal.'operaUon'' Wednesday Mr John McElroy: ; 'editor of the Na
Ira Bass, Mr. Rotundo I assumed the
coossee, was among!: the prominent men and his phjsician. Dr. C. L. Hyatt tional Tribune and now president of,the .
are the daily tem R'y, returned home ) of his position Tuesday. Ills
who honored Kfkslmmee with their states that it was' most successfully Seminole ,Land Company; and Mr. D.
peratures and precipitation. .. trip through the rous friends are glad to see,him
reported by the Government presence this week. i Canada. He had a the j job" again: performed, and that Mr. Lupf"r ILt Rice,'treasurer of the company, will
666 will break case I will, be able to resume his business arrive In Kissimmee next Monday and ;
station at Kissimmee for the C or 6 doses any ney, and says he saw ,
t week ending July"11, '1912. of Chills & Fever ; it acts on the liver were a revelation to Columbus Bass and Miss Essie ,duties within the next ten days. ] will proceed atone* toSt/Cloud, where'tbe
Calomel and does not gripeor .
better than who were married In Bredentow.i\ Investments- of the company lie
...*J;!:,.J.n AIN sicken.. 25c. 21.18t \ Hon. John M.. Lee i 7th. have been visiting Mr. ana 'S. B. Aultman is laying s'dewa'ks' on I The purpose of the visit is to make certain .

Mr. Fred. J. Lovell, of Sanford .is his daughters; Misses three tides of h'sproperty' en Church changes and Improvements.that
I 'Friday . . . 87 72 40 H. T. Bass. The groom is a Kis ,
Saturday . . 110 70 .. . filling the position of pharmacist at the dred, spent boy and the bride is a daughter street, making in all some 700 or 800 are being contemplated. ,, i

,Sunday . . 89 70( 10 Osceola Pharmacy' during the absenceof turning .Thui-sday. .. Mrs. J. C. Bass, of Orlando. feet of of especial walk. Mr.commendation Aultman is for deceiving 'this I Mrs. George T. Leitner and daughter ...

Monday. . . . 91 70 . Dr. 4. C. Moore. Tampa to attend a will make toeir home in Kissiir Miss Almena Leitner arrived in KisBimmee
exhibition of public spirit. If all citizen ,
Tuesday . . 89 74 . Gardner has accepted a tees of Sutherland I *
Mr. Geo., pjsltion wruld respond as 1:bera'i' ? li the Wednesday from Bartow,, accompanied
Wednesday 90 .'74 with the Ross Graves hardwarestore Dr. J. C. Moore, I demprd for sidtwa'ki. it wOol'dn.t be I by their son and brother, respectively
B. Carson left for
Thursday 91 75 assumed his duties as salesman Thursday Roy J
and macist of the long before Kiaamaiee would have a Mr. George T. Leltner, of
Ga. his former home. lIe will
.. ..I rosperous."b., .
moi.iing. ..
Monday Tuecday for m complete Arcadia. M. Leitner and Mr.George
.... there for a week and will then system.Mr.
.- - .- --- --- of the the Nor.hern and 1eitnerrul leave today tor North Car
Mr. J. S. Stratton, one prom- .. \mis mother Hot
; ? Springs,
I __ __ inent fruit and cattlemen of Dr. Moore's i"ten Pooh:. our efficient assistant I olina, for the summer. Miss Almena
growers for a stay of six: weeks. During
I the Peghorn section, was transacting time at the National pos.master, Is enjoying a fifteen Leitner will remain in. Kissimmee. She
absence the position of cashier in
FIELD.I day leave of absence, which ha will was -elect d ssistant principal of the
THE LOCAL business in the city Wednesday. The Senior State Bank will\ be filled by Mr. C.
of Kissimmee
SpA iii seeing tie s'gtils I Osctiola High School,] and her many
Kissimmee Auto Garage: and MachineCompany Sunday evening at : president of the institution. -
its growth being so rapid one confined friends here are giving: her a cordial
L-i will do anything in lathe or dist church. A full so Clos ly as,, has been Mr. Poulk i her
machine work for you for automobiles M. Evans principal of the Osceola welcome. Her mother, upon return
boats and all other machinery. 15tf members is ea.. School, and his family were ex- must needs visit'!. every quarter of the will make her home here in fu-
- -- - cordial welcome will I
to: reach Kissimmee today, after city to be of any seivite in answering ture-with her son. Mr. Dozier Leitner. {
Rub-My-Thm will cure you. 21.18t Elder Egbei Gillette of the Shaker who desire to join the summer 'vacation' at the quesiiors, of the hundreds of people I .
Colony, was a visitor to: Kissimmee on The Valley Gazette is in receipt of a
visit here each month.A
Big sale at Kissimmee Furniture Com Ga- Mr. W. A. Smith of Mrs. Evans' parents at Ox- who I
and the Valley
28-tf Wednesday paid fine specimen of pyrogrnphy turned out
pany. Miss Elma, expect to I Ga. Mr. Evans expects to take I
zette a pleasant! and appreciated call. pleasant s'ut prise party way: given by Mr. Earl Kenyon, of Narcoo ee.
Mr.' R. D. Waling; spent' Wednesdayin Hot Springs Ark., at once in preparing condi
at the Park hotel Tuesday evening by The design is -enlargement of the
foreman of the
Mr. G. B. Woodall
Lakelpnd.. main for several ; pupils for the opening of the fall "
New Eden Plantation is enjoying his I will Dr. J. C. Davis t tj his visiting cousins. ';'prosperity" die adopted by the Board
Do not miss the sale at KUsimmee annual two weeks vacation at his old Putton sc Misses Lennie and Mae Griffith of of Trade with a few alterations, the

Furniture Co. UH-tf home among the red hills of Georgia. Smith's absence his W. }. S-ars went to Lakeland, Wichita, Kan. There were a numberof mark for the growth of Klssimirjee be-' ,
will be filled Mr.
The best meats are found at the market by to be presen-t at the instal invited guests, including the Phllath ing set up h 20,000 in 1915. This pieceof i
of Yates & Bass. It Mr. A. B. Hell, proprietor of a Mr. J. II. Morly, of officers of the Lakeland lodge 'a class of the Methodist church. burnt wood work presented to the

Mr. C. D. Carroll was a business visitor shingle mill on Shingle creek, about and whose cattle of Pythias. lit r. Sears ad The evening was spent in the enjoymentof Gazette by Mr. Kenyon, is in the form '
to the city on Wednesday. three miles fi :>m the city, was circulating meadows in the the gathering "Pythianism" games and music, several membersof of a calendar. It is exceedingly well' '
our business people Wednes- done and is pleasing. Mr. Kenyon :" ,
: among county was al3itor crowd 'attended the exercises the patty rendering numbers on very
Children's white duck hats 25 cents is prepared to do such work to order.
day. assisted Mr. R. De-;
week. Mr. Moody there were a number of visiting and being !! by
at Lawson's Cash Store. It Delicious There is nothing which makes a more
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Crawford left his section was in the Mr. Sears reports a very Witt Brown on the violin. lasting or appropriate memento. The
Dr. Geo. Parker visited friends in Tuesday night for Jacksonville where and prices were good time, and says the spread was refreshments of cake and cream were artist may be reached by communicating I
Lakeland and Tampa this week. ved. through the Valley Gazette.
and and delightful. set
Mr. Crawford was called to straightenout one was happy !>

Mr. and Mrs. John L. Overstrvet were a few skeins of important legal - .- -...
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visitors to Orlando on 1 hurllday.Evelyt.ln matters
: in men's wear from, hat
Mr. Eugene Bryan, traveling: representative
to shoes at Lawson's Cash Store. I It .;'
of the Wilson & Toomer Fertiliser

A. I'. Connelly, of Sanford was a Co., at Jacksonville, is on a visitto

visitor to Kissimmee Wednesday his parents here, Mr. and Mrs N.
Mr. Geo. Jones of St. Clcjd was a Bryan. WHITE

visitor to Kissimmee on Wednesday. Mish Alma Griffin and brother Lawrence

Kissimmee Drug Co. is belling\ cut who have been visiting their
glass for 25 per ct. off regnlarprice. It grandparents at New Smyrna tor the KATZ'S GOODS

County Commissioner A. .... Bass of past two weeks retuined to their homein GOODS l
this city today.Mr. .
J St. Cloud spent Tuesday in the city.

You always Ret your monty's worth and Mrs. Raper who have been
when you buy meat from Yates & stopping with Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Gilbert
Bass. It for the past two months left Tues .

E. W. Stapleton of Zephyrhills, spent day for a trip of three months throughthe

Saturday in Kissimmee, a guest of the North and West.

Graystone.A Mr. Lane Poulk is building a galleryeast eG.r

small amount of money buys an side of his residence on Mabbette
elegant piece of cut glass at Kissimmee street which will not only add to beau

Dug Co. It ty of his home, out a source of both

T. E. King traveling freight agentof comfort and convenience.

the M. D.' & S., was Kissimmee George S. Waldo, of Gainesville, was SPECIALS

this week. in Kissimmee this week. Mr. Waldo is

Save money: by buying now at Kis secretary of the Christian Culture LyceUm -
simmee Furniture. Co. 85c buys $1.00 .Circuit, a branch of which is being
worth. 28-tf ,worked up in Kissimmee.

Kissimmee won Thursday afternoonin Mr. C. B. Branch arrived in the city

the game of ball with Winter Haven. this week from Pompano, and is so impressed i,

The score was 4 to 0. with the opportunities this sec-

Good meat is conducive to good health tion otTers a man with energy that he

Yates & Bass sell nothing but Rood i It has decided to remain permanently.Mr. MONDAY \ TUESDAY i

meat. Philip Meyer, of the Kissimmee
Mr. H. E. Cole manager of the C.: Laundry has purchased the Wilder

A. Cole jewelry house in this, city vis- residence on Clyde avenue. The deal

ited Lakeland Tuesday.P. was made through the agency pf Mrs.

A. Watson, T. R. Beall and J. R. Summers of the Elite Realty Parlor. Everything that you will find on our tables Monday and Tuesday, there will .be'

Franz of Jacksonville were registeredat The Downing Realty ,'Company reports a price that will make you think of the time that cotton sold for four cents a y

the Graystone Tuesday. the sale this week: of ten acres of pound. This of,course takes us back about fifteen or eighteen years ... *.' *.'
real land on Shingle creek to parties who .
Mr. T. C. Roberts a prominent
._ and insurance flgentof.St.: Cloud will at once begin getting the property""-" __ _ __ __ ._ _ __ .. T' T_ ....
Th shap"i'lor-pra'HTnjf a"crop this fall.
returned If choice and you are particular,
Col. P. A. Vans Agnew
phone 186 for accuracy and dispatch.
Monday night from an extended trip Will call and make estimates from your
through the West !and North. own order. Ernest Green Sign Writer COTTON CORDUROY SELF STRIPED AND SWISSES
t and Interior Decorator. Box 139. 5-tf ,
Mrs. W. M. Hutson of St. Augustine I FIGURED MADRAS SWISSES

die the guest ot her mother Mrs. Koch- Mr. Geo. Sawyer, head clerk in the .
enderfer. in North Kissimmee. Stanford Dry Goods House began his 25 cent Value 21 10 cent" Values 8 1.2 SWISSES i

annual leave of absence this week. It i'''
Mi. Ira Wetherbee owner of an extensive 30 u u 26 121.2 u 10 121.2c Values 10
; is Mr. Sawyer's intention to make an .
" orange grove on Milliard's Island extended tour through: the Atlantic 15 u u .. 11 15 u to, M.
was in the city Wednesday. 35" u 29 1
coast state's before returning in the fall. 20" ,,0 14 20 u t4 I
On Wednesday Mr. W. G. Hankins '
Mr. Ed. Hogan went to Orlando on 40 32 25" u 19 25 19 : j;
, began the const action of a dwelling on hi"l
his vacant lot near the court house. Sunday and brought home his young 30" u. 26 40 31 ". ,
daughter who han been ill at the .
t The immense stock of cut glass at Church Home and Hospital for several WHITE COTTON CORDUROY 35" as 29 50 u. 38 \ +
is sold at 25 '
Kissimmee Drug Co. .
I. It weeks. The young lady is so far Im- '
per Cent Off regular price. 1

, Mr. Wm. Harding came up Monday proved assured.Mr. .that her complete recovery is BIG LOT OF 'COLORED. LAWNS AND FLAXONS-WILL BE GREATLY REDUCED s t,

from Haines City to attend a meeting
I I that night R. G. Johnston with Mica{ Donean I AN ASSORTMENT OF THIS LINE "
.of the Royal Arch Chapter and Miss Alleen Donegan motoredto LACE CURTAINS ONE FOURTH --
Mr. Will Tison, a prominent cattle afternoon to meet i
Orlando Thursday
. man of-the Ashton settlement, is serving Mr. Ed. Donegan, of Waldo, who came EMBROIDERIES 'THAT WE HAVE LEFT WILL GO CHEAP AT THIS SALE 1 1I,;

. as a juror in the county court this to Kissimmee with the party to visit I

week. his sisters and brother Hon. Arthur E. I

, Rev. A. M. Chisholm will "preach on Donegan.Mr. Let Pocketbook rest heavy in your hand during these .Specials 1 1i
I "The Gospel and the Poor Sunday C. Miller of Erin, Fla., owner of your

i morning and at night on "The Wandering one of the )largest cypress lumber millsin i

Jew." this State arrived here Tuesday and
\ A want ad in the Valley Gazette has went out on the evening train to Nar-

never yet failed to produce the best of coossee, where he will visit at the tur-

results and will not make an exception pentine still of Messrs.: McLean &: Car
roll for a few days.
' in your case. .
,. Mr. Robert Donegan one of the ,Mr. and Mrs. J.: S. Nickles of the A. MONDAY TUESDAY
leading cattlemen of Florida and who C. L freight office are oft on a two .

I resides at Lanier a thriving town in months' vacation, and will visit resorts
this county was in Colorado and California. Dur-
; th southern part of
\ Done- the absence of Mr. and Mrs. Nickles,
herV Mr.
, a few days this week. ing ,.
gan stated that his cattle are in prime I Mr. R. E. Stivender, of Bartow is acting ;;

condition. freight agent. -::1.,1l -

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i -r'',porter, Mrs. Giffin; noble' grand, left i NEW AUTO GARAGE ,( .

St. Cloud j supporter, Mrs. RallsVvice; grand, right
supporter)"Mrs., UllZ| vice! grand left .
.t', j 'j'supporter, Mrs. Blough. After installation 1 Stanford and Associates Will Build" Her Heart's Desire J
) t ." Ice cream and cake wer'e Served ,
\'j" : Mr. i. D. Woodbeck, of KUsimmee.. ,, j"aod all >had a fine time. rj I J on Posseil Avenue.

:i was a-6u Cloud visitor on.Tuesday, j 'The VeteranaAisociation' ( met at 2tOO[ H. C. Stanford and associates; will 0' ,

The liVbekah Lodge, No. 23, IT O 0,A j p: m. July 6th with l President Scriber j erect an auto ;garage On Posseil avenue, .--s ';, I1Li/ ." '.

f F., will have.'an ice cream and cake:social ; , i,in,the chair. Opened by singing"Amer. I The to thr lot.rear there of U 60x140 the Cannon feet. :The building.building I, : ; $; may be a locket and chain, a ring, a bracelet, ..
It in their hall on July 18th Every o '!Ica" and prayer ,by the president. Af- e rt
will be of brick The new"concern'i ,;pin. If you want to gratify it perfectly,come
Black Joe" the min- t
; body invited.I [tor singing "Old \ It
,I uteg. were read and'approved. Brother i will succeed the Griffin garage on, 'i I I and select the desired article from our unrivalled .
t t Mr. and Mrs. Parker, from Kissim Broadway., The Broadway house will '
!, mee, were in St.; Cloud last Friday. ,,Ladner, from committee to interview I be- used,as a store room A ten foot display of reliable jewelry. By doing so
S the city council and Col. McElroy, reported I i:
llev. Kenney, pastor of the Christian progress.. Messrs. Williams and I'alley will be provided for around the you'll insure permanent pleasure in the wearing ' ,

church, will speak Sumlay morning on Yeager, from the committee' on drainI ,I new garage. It will be fully equipped r n of gift. All goods guaranteed. ,'
I, I I I of this character.
evening On "The Lord's Prayer." 'I, reiKirte-1 progress. Also, Dr. Far- ------ y .
Mr Fox from Orlando was in St. rill gave a verbal communication, stating Death of Infant,Walton. '

+r' ..Cloud on Tuesday calling on friends' there"was a balance of about ,$8.00 I, The IB-months-old boy of Mr. and ..
ill the cemetery tredsury which gould '
Miss Lama V. French/ Miss ]Z. M. Mrs. G. E, Walton of Louisiana and
In. used A talk was made about prop
J Stuart: and Miss Ilobison, from Washington town' VI' Farris Fiftn streets, St. Cloud died Saturdayand _
er'advertisingof the by -
t: ; I D. C, are spending a few days and Messrs Williams, Scriber, Yea- was buried by, Undertaker J Jeweler andOptometrist
in St. Cloud. (ger \Ve8t< ,' Ht and others. The following Thompson, Monday at Mt. Peace ,;:eme-I/ C. A. COLE
tery St. Cloud. Services held inthe
1 T" Rev J U. Westcott, pas tor of theM program, : wan. prepared. by 1>11'11" Christian church.If were i ..._
I' church, will speak Sunday morning 1'iikin"Hit Old Kentucky Home." _! __ _, I {
S on "Visions," and in the evening\ ( I In choir : re<'nation by Josephine Lawe, you have anything to sell! or.swap
his subject will he "Thoughts! '' "I'ho Iinentor's Wife( ;" select reading or if you want to buy or rent anything j
try a "wa t ad" in the Gazette.
i ) by W P. Lynch, "Johnny Sands and ,
Dr. and Mrs. have .
r Gibbs moved from '
Patty Hangue duet by Mr. and Mrs. - -- -- -
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the Bartlett house, on Florida avenue, .
f Eii Depew, "When the Mists Have
to the Stewart .house on Michigan\ ever ,
Cfeared.! AUay ;" song by Frank Williams -
and Fifteenth .
\ nue street.Father I
: ; song by Mcs: Perkins, "The Old Paint Paint Paint Paint Paint Paint Paint Paint
rox celebrated mass in the, Man from Over the Sea ;" short talk j
Catholic church Wednesday. July 10, ut'by Rev Westcott ; whistling ,, I '
7am. I I Mrs Perkins ; recitation by Uyron'. II i iI

'1 The Christian Endeavor Society of I Sill ; song by Frank Williams, "Pompey :, .es ro

n t the Christian church held their first Jim ;" sung by choir, "Tramn, Tramp '
{J business meeting. and social Tuesday Trump the Boys are Marching" Ad- :, ROSS GRAVES [

evening at the home of Mrs.: Rails, on 1 j New York avenue. Refreshments were "The Store that Appreciates Your Trade"

served and a good time was had by all Death of Mrs. Johnson. .
I present. I
Mr, Frances f.;. Johnson wife of
\ E. V. Booth, wife and family spent: GUI Johnson, died. July 3, and was I II' i '
last Saturday and Sunday at Sanford buried at Pleasant Hill cemetery She BUY Varnishes
i I' S. W. P. Paint Kyanizs
Wand Orlando. .
was the daughter of :\1 r. and Mrs Geo.Session's '' .
I Mrs. Gamer left on Friday last to f of this city, and passed her s c:: THE For Floors, Interior Woodwork b
spend a month at her old home in Kentucky last days at the home of /her !oarcnts .c 5cu Known the World Over BEST and Furniture e.

; Besides them, she is survived by her ra:S
'husband and an infant The funeral ....
,.ry Mr. Beeland and,! E. C. Roberts, from ;i sermon will, be preached the coming
Kissimmee, were in St. Cloud on Wed- Sunday.\

nesday. ; The deceased was known In many inKissimmet Mission Stains AT I Alabastine Wall Coating /
', and her fClI'nls were num-
i- The Rebekah Lodge No. :-M: I J. O. Q i
The Stains with reputation It is the Best
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,| l lured !hy her acquamtant Hers was _
F.. met in their hall on New York
I character, and her death
a lovely
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Avenue on Friday evening, when the I ..... ''
irreparable loss to her family.
following officers were installed: Noble t
'. ,' grand, Mrs. Mercer; vice grand, Mrs Card of Thanks. I ROSS GRAVES
Billin sly; secretary, Mrs. Dutton;
"The Store that Appreciates Your Tne1." _
treasurer; Mrs. Dr. Chunn; chaplain, Ve wish to extend thanks to the W .
t., Mrs. Dr. Kloss; warden Mrs. Bowers; many lnends.who. ministered to our beloved .
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Paint Paint
Paint Paint
Mrs. Roy Collins: outside guardian, Mr. I We shall never forget them Paint it
Roy Collins; noble grand, right sup- MR AM l MRS GKlUGh; ; SESSIONS.

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Will offer their large and well selected stock of / :j

Hardware, Queensware, Farming Tools,. Fencing, Paroid Roofing ,

I Corrugated Iron, White and Yellow Pine Doors, Sash, Etc.,, Etc. :,:1


Money Saving Prices .. burgh P Pfecf" Special reduction on {
on Nails--all first quality : I"' the famous "Wonder" I '1

--in unbroken kegs p }oultrg Rabbit and GardenHIS Fenci1.Ice Cream Freezers: Sonly i

: 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 21o.t" I ' :
rabbits,at the same time affording them perfect protection against dogs,wild animals JEll -li P- 1.49 f':
3d common 2.59 and stock. As a garden fence it is equally effective,and u the greatest fence value 3 _ 1.88 i
ever offered for these purposes.
4d .2.47 The perfect adaptability of"Pittsburgh Perfect" Fence is unequaled. It conforms tttt
to uneven ground without trouble,remaining stiff, even and strong under any 4 - 2.19 ,
6d" 2.38 conditions. ') I s
f 2 All "Pittsburgh Perfect" Fences are made of heavily galvanized Open- Hearth 6 "JIJI'2.... .79 }
8d ". 2.29 Wire-like old time iron wire-and is strongest and most durable fence! SJ
4 wire made. THE WELD THAT HELD joins stay and strand wires 118 - 3.69 .
10 J) j H,} by electricity, making a perfect amalgamation,and producing absolutely the -. . . 'l' ,
i Congest wire fence made. '
12 i 2.25 Y VERY ROD GUARANTEED PERFECT Special discount.on

20d 16';' t GOd 2.21 The Best Fend at 15 per cent Off \ Jelly Tumblers:
S ,19c per dozen., _
'" Special price on Black andS t. .,
'\ Green Screen lloors.All '* 1
1j EtlIIEE: RRii1fl Schram Automaticsealing
sizes at - $t.10 ;

All Sizes in black and galvanized f jars, while they
Screen wire at greatly last 3 doz. for $1.00
retlRcecllrlces. ;

We will give away with a purchase of 50 cents or more of household goods, one pitcher
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ranging in value to the amount of the purchase. E:1; I }

S ..- S PAINT BARGAIN A full line of jap-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! ,I : c cr > ;i

Fishing. Tackle and at these ,reducedpnces., , 1, '*'!'

Sporting Goods i clud.2000 lbs. Carter's White Lead 8c lb. ; : ,', ,,;-t.
ed in this great reduc- Genuine Red Cedar : 'I

tion sale. SPECIAL, PRICE ON YELLOW PINE DOORS 'brass bound ''buckets't

2-6x6-6 and 2-8x6-8, $1.25 75 cents each.

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i KissimmeB Pleased Them Own Your Own Home, PROFESSIONAL Tested and Proved Good ,

; i Get the Habit.OF We represent the Provident,, Home I I

t SMOKING A Association' of Tampa, Florida, and can CARDS. Freshness well's high grade quality; ,

: .r ** REAL CIGAR"OSCEOLA" (Arlington, Minn.,.Enterprise.) assist you In the purchase or building Call for what you want In theGWCERY.LINE

A. C. Buck returned Thursday 'ever or building of a Rome which you can M. RIVERS, M. D. :
Staple: and'FancyGROCERIES T
ing from Florida, where he went with pay for like, paying rent. Call at our and SURGEON
the Hunter Land Company'. excursioiHa office and we will explain the proposition -

: had as 'companions F. ,W. Cedei to you in detail. Office oyer Osc 'ola Pharmacy

.\ Sold at all ttorei who want Strom of Minneapolis, W., M. Mantellar Nelson"Realty Co. I Residence 53

7 the best for their customers of Bird Island, and Messrs. Mat PaONKsl { Office 148

Hoffmann, Adam Junger and ChaiTJeid fire Signals.
Free Delivery to all Parts
I ; of Sleepy Eye. Messrs. Baum- L. WINN
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Ward No. 1. Central portion city W' .'
R o.T the City gartner, Mnench and another one long blast of whistle. .t

from Bird Island left a day earlier Ward No. 2. North Kissiirmee,. two< PHYSICIAN l / Ii '

Save VERIBEST l IS.$$$$ and met the party'at Kissimmee. Another long Ward blasts No.of 3.whistle.South Kissimmee. thref .RUID""CIt PHONB 8.1 KissiM.i"r, t : .ti J ., .
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; +44 I' II' I .H'l+'+ M":I +:*"! H--M-M-: delegation ten under long blasts of whistle 8-tf O.IC. ProN"1t7. "LoUD"

the chaperonage of Mr. J. D. .
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+ Clark, the Canadian, representative of Kissimmee Auto Garage and Machine I G.-THOMASON --

"' THE GRAY STONE Hot Shot Bargains from the company, also made* the trip. The Company has accepted the agency. for Tf fp'' w'
-.-. I party left Minneapolis the eveningof the Cartercar, one of the most wonder- and SURGEON i

c the Cash Store June 4th over the Soo line arriving fvil cars of the age, and will in a few PHYSICIAN
OPEN Ul THE mi :j: at Chicago the next morning. We left DIBBLE & SON
days have a shipment of these cars on Office Phones 74 and 3. Residence 126(
h}: 2.50 to 3.60 per day. Beef 15c the Windy City at noon, going via hand, which tbey will take pleasure in
1 lb. Roast -
Special by week or month. :j: Evansville Nashville Chattanooga showing to all. 15-tf TR. B. D. W1ENENGA .

1.1b can Corned Beef 15c Atlanta and Jacksonville. Most of .'
G t t' :+: No. 1 Pork 1.l.!!.. Thursday was spent at Chattanooga, (VETERINARIAN DR. WM. HARPER
4-4- ++++++ ++++++++++++++++ 5 cans Beans 25c where the party visited Chickamaugei; Call for Republican County) STOCK TREATED FOR 4 :",

and Missionary Ridtfe.Kisnimmee Convention and Precinct ALL DISEASESMK.i OSTEOPATHSTECIALIST
2 cans No 2 Pork &. was reached Friday after- : r82 ORLANDO. FEA.,

r : w. L. m DUZOB Beans 25c noon at 4 o'clock, and the Graystoni Meetings 1 IN ,::1

15 lbs. 0 ran. Sugar 1.00 hotel was made headquarters for our BRYAN CHRONIC DISEASES .
The Kepubllnnn precinct* will bu DR. N. L. .' --- \
party. After a general held lu the ight precinrUi of OKoeoln Count '
Salt Mackerel each 5c elect the cleaning; up a hearty supper was enjoyed oil May 14,11'11 to Uelefraten' to DENTIST i
tv ConTentlon. Each preein'il 1 I. entitled to :
I Moro (cooking, Molasses lOc [ followed by a smoke social on one del II.Ut for each ten Republican voter KISSIHfMEE. FLATUESDAYS .
I who will pledge thMiifl..lvefl to anpport Squires Building
I present .
White Salt Meat 14o the spacious veranda with the ther- the Republic ticket or nominee In the November New York AvenueST. THUR00AY9SATUROAY9. D1\

mometer registering only 72, and no next election Precinct not eundliiR .OFFICE, CENTRAL HOTEL
delegate will be CLOUD FLORIDA :'I I
: 16c roprmtentatlvei ono appoint-
_ f \ Real Estate Smoked: 'j mosquitoes to disturb the serenity: Committee.IdbyheCh.irmeu Precinct of niftttiiffi the Comity:will lien Kxecutlvw choce: .. ::1

t the beautiful evening. The party retired PHONE 288 -
one member for County Commitu'esodone J.V.. SIMPSON ORLANDO FLA.
I Free! Free!! Free!! early and all slept soundly. After additional member for each .loo qualifying. R... jjH. Ll\
1 Uhl.oaii voterl tn the pr".I'I. Preriucl. not
an early breakfast next morning the MHiijitf member one will be appointed by the DENTIST. -

} lb. pkg. Ho-Ya mix., Tea 15 whole party boarded the launch Rosea- ,'hull man will tif 4'be oiintv held KxwutUw' Cloud Commlttm, Florid., r,'
There nl m aRei .
_ "1 KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA 'ublfcnn I *'onnty onventton on July 18th Upstairs In Katz Building.OFFICE .;
dele at 7 o'clock for a trip down r7R": "
A beautiful dish, tum- 1012. to nominate a count. ticket HII sauce through the lakes and canals and Kis- other buflncBH a. may' coma before the HOURS. i r 1:30: to 5:30: p. m.

I bler or mug free with each simmee river, bound for an inspectiontrip couvputioiY W I 1. "AIn, '/onf Telephone No. 16 Jun 5. lyr,

't package, atWEST of the company's prairie lands It 1 ha I Titian LouiitPxvruMt: JOHN, L P"I'*, Conmilttee<'U"O. Real Estate Agency..aaseaaaaaaaeea.a..eeaseeeeeeee. >

S.ILBUftOCKe was an all-day trip and was enjoyed 1"."Hvrrclarv tf County EZCM ntlve C'oituiittt 1 "JR. W. W. CARSON t .

immensely by all the party. Lake To-
KISSIMMEETAYLOR'S DENTIST t Realty bought and sold. It .
I. hopekali "a, on which the city is situated -I Guardian's Notice of Application I Houses rented.
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REAL .ESTATE I i, is a beautiful sheet of water about I to Sell Real Estate. of Mrnor.Nntu Office over Cole's JewelryJStore I Taxes paid and Titles verified pot
/ ....................... six by twelve miles, with a number of I )I. ).mist-girrn thai I I. n. guardian of Office Hours: 8-IP!: 1":5 for non-residents. .>

fine islands and shorelined with orangegroves ; I lark l Mono ,iltflon \\ .ill "innkt apt.ItcNimii toHot Office phone 15S!
INSURANCEExamination I i (*''orpf fr. I' I county' .j".ot.,1 ....t.o. Residence 2'JT : J Fire, Life and Accident Inf .
r and other sub-tropical fohair-: 1 IA ( 011111' % at hi" nilli" in the < nurt. Lover, in "S surance. f
I Lake Kiaairnmee i is considerably larger I KKniMprt] | in., M'-n-lnj- Jnli 151(1'( Tl\ _.
I fur an order to join' iln' otht In..irM the lateliinifi DERBYSHIRE.: M D.. Indemnity Bonds. ..
t' \ of Titles a 1 I being 1' miles long and then there IS M \\illrmn :' H j pin, sir( *nU. of (the ; Iw 4rP

I'. Phone 250 Quick Delivery I Lake Cypress and another small lake, ,f.?<.IIn.nut. *)It'"b.,1 iinl 1 Mutt'. 'to,Inn u II: t Mult. .unto In nxM ; iF if.............P'Pg...... /

Specialty. all of which are joined together by can 'I I lit w,.M, 'tlu in rlli. Imlf. of lot, 't\\'> Special attention given' to thetreatment
aOd t the in, rth half' of lot' t.ini of hi"1" of
I als. Leaving these we entered the Kissimmee Ui". nr.t hall of tinMiuth, h* f nl. ol' two and Women and
I the .""Ih ,llHlf Of lot till. <. (if lilfMlS "e. HII'lHtxtf Children.
CorresDondence SolicitedFLORIST river, a small stream about 'IX 101 t vqimrf otT In- north <*nd\ of lot

j I half the size of the Minnesota river ,I fton four, |n of,, \kiKsltnin;:UliH-k. "I .'nil 1 ti\in now lli H'dwrt,the. i'n Ms.pertot. 'Addis Office over CitizensIiank. II-HONE 184

but twice as crooked. Some alligatorswere tli. n.ii-, "f H.hl| 'Utedtnt Hit, 'InurtHt' of, 24.3mospd II IIennehhpl Butler
II MR id\ "minor *ouKlit' ton\ run<'r,d AM atmincPttoiK \ e
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seen in the river, but they were , .
The I l I- tilt,] nudiidtnl' out' t I west j.fourth
and of of th. \\liolt r. A. VANS AONEW w B. CRAWFOBD
wary sank out sight as soon as
I we came within hailing distance. Numerous 2V It
d i I I ATLANTASEMIWEEKLY buzzards ducks herons and BERBER SHOP "

b a Cut Flowers and Floral DeIt I I other water fowl were s..en. and the j Notice of Election. 1

signs for all occasions. whole country through which we passedwith In I.nmii'iitnre'' with lho \\n\\: In euhccees Omens: t+'..CltizenB (lank nullillng
Potted Plants and Roses a inadt. Bnt! nnirMed: : le) hcrvlir I Amunuu'trlA' ; Cold Drinks I !
It I I the boat looked like a paradise for ,' <1 d"a", .lfitl.n n ill bu held. ut Kissimmee Florida CigarsKissimmee
d specialty. I I'' the hunter and fisherman, which we u hit urr. .Oh.-t-olH, C<'ult S. Klori.U.j., ..UI luxNihuol I >c
JOURNALThe IMfttrirt' NO:: ":. on \\,,,In.ln. July .11.( A.
; Phone 83 MISS JEAN CALDWELL I I were assured it was by Geo. Saundersand : I> 14112 for the purtMxe of dft..rmlnim( Mho Fla.
t hall ser\eni HC'hool truf-tee of add d his "cracker" wife who noted GEIGER
\*o MRTN next fur the election nndto fix the
hunters of that Wild turkeys uninbtrof( in lila of dfvtHri school Ux to be
region. .
Biggest Newspaperin le..d d and tolli,.ctttd annunlly lor 'the ulol 1 1 two
and deer are also said to abound there year. ATTORNEYATLAWOffice
The follow in a w are appointed to n< t at Bald
the South
but we were not fortunate enough to el
C J. W. THOMPSON see I'lIo"W.. K Oodwln. State Bank Building Sprigg FlemingCLEANING

; any. W. o M'CleM.nd., Kissimmee. Flonda
( The regular price: of The Atlanta After leaving the lakes the river was O. H BIUH, '
lonpectort .
l > ;: i Semi-Weekly Journal is 75 bounded by a prairie country, with here lohu> H. 1I.IRden, Olerk. '. F. KRIBB3 .r ,. ..
; Jib omECTOR and there a natural called "ham bone 1>y order ot the Hoard of Publlo Instruction. rj.
( FUNERAL cents a year. If you will send us grove OnceoU County. thin 2nd day of( July, A. PRESSING "
oj.', ".\''.''IjteRft' '! : ".t'Vand.LICENSED: ''' . your order, you can get mocks,'" where appeared to be; the D, 191Y.:,,':l \\'i1\i\\. : ) \\ ;.l;.I.I'W.. ,; ,' .' C',18.\88.\ ATTORNEY" AT. LAW KISSIMMEE, PLA.s . DYEING "d .', '< " i1 ,.4i
:- : only settlers-of this vast prairie who '. Chairman i ;'

in cattle 'Attemt- Examination of Titles a Specialy. REPAIRINGLeave :
The Kisslmmep! are engaged; mainly raising
1 EMBALMER't \\:_ J. SEARS.superintendenL.
and whose herds were seen roamingwild 28! It Notification and payment of taxes of
t+' non-residents $given careful
Gazette all directions. Occasionally
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attention. word ft my house and clothes
"t, Oppoelt Courthouse sheep horses and mules were seen, and Notice of Election. will\ be crl/ed for and returned.
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ever and anon a few "razorbacks as I Ih compliance with the law In much GRIICM ROBERT G. JOHNSTON.

I the native hogs are called.. They also Hindu' Aid i provltleil. It in t"e:1n:: ; Bunouooedod Satisfaction Guaranteed
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'KrullIlIBs FLORIDA Atlanta Semi-Weekly declirod that an 1 be held at
t run wild and do not know what a pen JtHBKinaer.: ORfrl I'' !l ,
-- other enclosure is like. lax School Dtatrlri No. t, on ediiendajr. July ATTORNEY AT LAWKIBSiMEEE
Journal or HI. A D. 191.2 for the purpose of determining
' grazing was good; and the conditionof who shall .flervo. school truHtees ol Mid din* L. oC.A.LLJeaI'EBIC1.ss1.xnxne: : :
$1 for two next after. t the election, and
trict years
lor $2 Ac Mo nth
.1 r per re per both one year the animals the very best, although to Ax the number of mil I" of dUtrict school tax FLORIDALOUIS : -s
their to be levied and collected annually for the said
breeding would hardly win them a
1 B.y arSator4 _I.r)' ....... Flovlat ari > prize at our county) fair even in the two The year following were appointed to act at said C. MASKEY. T. PITON .....LO.. 'O'iVeU' DDrlllerI =
FOR ONLY Iwo Counsel for
$1.75 Judgof the
< alaM wall ( anrt..d. Hab-lrrlzatlaa election :
i' f!......1..., v..dlatrlat. "scrub" class. The cattle are mostly R. II Alderman Florida R. K. Comm. Criminal Court I prepared to drillARTESIAN
V* .0, water ..d rail traaaporta* V..E: Underhill
s I' (..... Ore llbaral coatract allowa alx ----- native stock inbred for' generations; Alec l Sloan MASSEY & WARLOWATTORNEYS
'. { ar* te pair out Title Bo.d tt Oaaraaitca but their possibilities as a foundation Inioeciora.John WELLSIn
,: Co.Haviord fla 43-lyr Send In Your. Subscription Cbau-ller, Clerk. AND COUNSEULOS
." stock was shown by several good herdsof Done by ordfrof the Board of Public Inntruotlon -
\, grade Herefords Shorthorns and Oiceola County, this \Snd day of July, A, AT LAW any section of Florida.
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Gl I) 1912. Praetle In all UM CourU of the RtaU and of
Right AwayTo Black Polls.Alligator. W. C. BA88. the: United ,.,- also .before th. Florida Rail. -. -
Chairman. .road. Commlaalon. and the Interstate ec.mCommlu. .
', [ Why !is .t'neeelury for a meat man this Bluff, our destination was Attest: .. ...... . Ten ran ot successful Well w.
the I
'T. { + to beta musician paper, not to Atlanta reached about dusk and we. retired for W. J.enpvrlntendent.SEARS" 211-4t 11-14 CHABUBTOM BUDQ. ORLANDO. FLA. Drilling is a Guarantee of my

Semi-Weekly Journal the night Just before landirg, ayoung ', Mlyr Ability to produce the best : I .. .
results. 'f
"baby" alligator was shot by NOTICE. JOHNSON ; .;

PlH>f. Maratellar, but we failed to cap- ANDREW
Notloc I. hereby given that the Honorable TWO AND FOUR INCHSPECIALTY .
ture the prize. The weather was ideal Board of County Comml. loner. will, ..ttheirregular ATTORNEY. AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW q
meellDK) In Angnal. A. D. 1012, nit for WELLS A .
not In the least hot and every one was the purpose of bearing complaint, whetherthe Will Practice in all CourU ,:
FOR: SALE In the best of spirits, having enjoyed aneanmenta aa. placed upon the Aaveuor's State and Federal oj
book. br the Aaaeaaor and Count Commiaalon- P. O, Box 844
J' rf the trip and J.he outing to the utmost. sshallstand. or whether eanae can be aoown Office adjoining Broadway /
) It should ... All Citizens Bank/ Kissiromeer
why rhanged. peraon* having : Kiotsimrrnee.I'loritia: ;!
Meals were served on the boat and eomplalnta to make are requested to file them .

how everybody, including the Cana- with the Clerk or present Ibem In person before .
the Board at their next .
meeting H. JENKINS .. a. WOOOBAM
t a. dians, did eat. B. O. JOIINBTON
r rt ONE LARGE MULEto 28! 6t Clerk Circuit Oourt.Sheriff's -1
(Continued next week.) & WOODHAM
r R work double I '
J The florlda GrowerI 'f
Sell Cheap Under and by virtue of an execution .issued. SURVEYORS
Modern Home for Sale.No. out of and under the Heal of the Clrault CourtIn ...
: and for Oaceola Co'intT Seventh Judicial iCissimmee Florida For truckers and fruit 1M...... Fop .. Elf
t .- ONE SMALL YOUNG 469-New modern 6-room house Mroolt of the Stale ot Florida dated 28lh! Ontolx folks who ....ot... know about 1'10' I pe
lull in c-ertala case wherein Asvllne M.Campbell -_ Ida. Weekly. fl.OO per wart. monthly l
So lie can' blow his,own horn! located on Emmett street, one block ;; and Owen N. Campbell. are plaintiffs I 25o "eud 100 for a ten issue trial ',ofaubeerlptlon.
MULE and W. H. garage la defendant. I have leviedon I
sappy. Brlwht. 0.. M
west of Electric
court. bouse. lights .
and will. ., on Monday. Augtmtft. 1912, the _
,There" never was a bath toilet and lavatory. Lot 1-17x lame being a a Legal Sales Day,and during the THE FLORIDA GROWER -
legal boura of sale, offerK late, at Court The ,:
. better r .and never ONE LARGE DRAY 147} feet. Several young orange and Houae door In Ktiximm.0, llorlda. and sell to (: 800 Av..... Tarps. P1.. '
t' place. the highest bidder, for cash. the lollowlngreal' : )
HORSE grapefruit trees in the yard. This mate, lying and being 1 In Osoeol.Couuty..Flor :
will there be, to buy a property is located in the very bean ida, to-wlt. undivided interest. of : TT .
I" the Mid W. H. Savage, In and to the 8W)" otUK Man ,3
tender. Steak or Chop, FIVE REGISTERED resident section of the city, close to )'-, of Boctlou' 24lownahip DO,Mouth. a :of Range Bakery -. .
M Kant, the undivided one half interest of the
court house postoffice and business. Hid W. II Savage In and to the NWU of NW!{ ?
all m-e-a-t desires to thank the citizens -
qnd JERSEY BULLS section. Price 3700. Terms on part. of Section' 1:1.Township 2V. South of Range. a 'U
wet; all of the 8WL of KWH.5 1L. 01 BWW.w and visitors for their G-OITEE
t t 1 We pride'ourselves 2 to 5 years old 24tf -H. M..Dreaker & Co. )i. of KB1.',. Section- 18. Township lit. Southof patience during; the rush for HERB IS A GUARANTEED CURB
Kmige !54 kaH; the awl of NW' of MeetinD
{ l on what we sell- 14, Township 'ft. Month of Range:. Kxl: and Bread. In 'future we will Don't be disfigured bjr an nnalahtly: Goitre on of
the NWI4 of HUM'' of section 6.10wo.blp.l\l.: have a larger variety. of goods your neck that will surely keep Increaatnir I In alae '
We sell the POUR OR FIVE MILK No. 472-Truck farm. This iHiiuh of Range 1M l t..t. orao much thereof a.shall on hand. and eauae choking and other unpleasant. aymptome -
always. property be Dee.... to satisfy the said execution aooner or later."HALL'S. ,
L COWS adjoins the city limits, just outside, amounting to prln:: elpak Interest and cents In Hot Roll Cream Biscuit OINTMENT". aiS
best.; W e. spare no. the nm of $..r;;;. ,. and Uie further sum of Cure Goitre to St.r.c.>.*... '
-1- i where you will not have to pay city M' :/.').uu)interest since aame was laau>d. making and Bread (white and brown) After. you have tried .". .... you have
\l' :; this fact to tell also'THn taxes contains 6i the sum of 12,224 4U.\ ever beard of then you will appreciate the real 01
pains acres, fine flowing H. K. PREVATT. for Breakfast .merit of this ,.....edr. It la perfeetly) harmleaa. lIe

and tells all the well splendid soil and In high state of Sheriff of Oaeeola Count Florida. Cream Puff, Monday andThursday'and .".i'r\ : : 'the akin or eauaeany '
flint .Jones A ,Jon... we ruarantee that
:t E COLTS cultivation. Can be bought at a bar. Plaintiffs1 Attorneys W6t: oftenerif eel.application will produce More Actual Re.aalte m

'4 i; +I rest 2 years oldw..B..MAKINSON gain price including present growing called for. r.......r.than Don't a"apend= treatment any more money with for anT worthUu other- S:

crop on easy term of payment. We Sealed Bids. Also YUietof Cakeson remedlea," but Send BO Centa for Peckag. 1C..W..GRIFFIN
a "
of "Halrft Ointment. and If
you do not 'r,
s ; will introduce you to the owner and you Sealed| bide .will be .-...... up to and Including hand at all And It the beat remedy of the kind harew15&Jmi
RULTL; BASS deal direct with him. This the l th day of July. 1VI".at the oflteaof the 8u- "*"**"**the empty Wean and ..!
/ can property Derlnt.nd.nt of Public Instruction for enlarfln time we r. your. JJ>01MJ'. W'.eapecially InvHeIhoae _
"' 1 I. desirably located, soil anda the public school balding. at BC Clood. Plane having- La... Ooltre Long: Staaidlwai h
MARKET splendid and .___eaa beaeea at"'._ 11_' ALFRED SMITH Bend silver or P.O.
money!! maker erintondeat of Publi. _-". The rich isr..rv.d Ord.r'r.m.dvwwa..nt by_maa .t
:-'I'"- '" 24-M 24-tf )M. BREAKER <<<.>reject any and all ....... i Hairs Remedy floe., ,..._ laid, Ohio. .""7'F 4
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f Clearance SaleCommencing : .1

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Will offer their large and well selected stock of

Hardware, Queensware, Farming Tools, Fencing, Paroid. Roofing' I.I

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I Corrugated Iron White and Yellow Pine Doors, Sash, Etc., ,Etc.' yI '



' Money Saving Priceson A g .y I:? .Rebut"pepfect . JJ Special reduction on 'I
Nails all first JlI'" a. .
-- quality S D"' / the famous "Wonder" i

--in unbroken kegs ouilry Rabbit and Garden Fencfl.Ice Cream Freezers: t ,I

I only: THIS, the most recent addition to the "Pittsbureh Perfect" line of Electrically: 1 quart $1.24 ..1
3d fine $2.65 Welded Fences, is specially designed to effectually keep in the smallest chicks and tam .
against dogs, wild animals 2 i"3 f3A 1.49
rabbits, at the same time affording them perfect protection : j
3d common 2.59 f and stock. As a garden fence it is equally effective, and is the greatest fence value "
ever offered for these purposes.II' 1.88 "
4d '2.47 The perfect adaptability of Pittsburgh Perfect" is unequaled. It tort6d "
forms to uneven ground without trouble, remaining stiff,even and strong under any 4 - 2.19 ',.
2.38 conditions. 7 "P-) :" '
7 All" 'Perfect" Fences are made of heavily galvanized Open Hearth 6 - 2 79
1 8d 2.29 Wire-like old time iron wire-and is the toughest, strongest and most durable fence! lW: u!-- -_' 'I
wire made. THE WELD THAT HELD joins stay and strand wiresby tl8"_. - 3.69 (1.
and producing absolutely the '
10 j 1- electricity making a perfect amalgamation -- "
j I = strongest wire fence made. :
i Special discount on :"'

20d 16''' to 60d '2.21 The Best Fence at 15 per cent Off Jelly Tumblers:_ i'
19c per dozen. '
Special price on Black and '
Green Screen Doors. '
All, '-, ..- $1.10 Schram Automaticsealing '

All'sizes in black and gal: jars, while they
vanized Screen wire at greatly r ? last doz.
reduced prices. 3 for $1.00 "


I We will give away with a purchase of 50 cents or more of household goods, one pitcher "
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ranging in value to the amount, of. the purchase. .M t I I


"\- P4INT BARGAIN A full line of Jap- -' .t ,
-- 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 price : :: '

I Sporting Goods includOOO lbs. Carter's White Lead, 8c lb. >*- :
ed in this great reduction 4 }
sale. Genuine Red Cedar; .' ,

2-6x6-6 and 2-8x6-8, $1.25 75 cents each., I

.t s. This_great reduction sale also includes. the immense- stock of !
carried by our Kissimmee Furniture Co. store.
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Get -the Habit Kissimmee Pleased ThemArlington'Minn.'Enterprise I Own'Your' Own Home. PROFESSIONAL' Tested and Proved Good ,, :

I? We represent ib. Provident Homes I. I IIT. I'

a .'c. W. GRIFFIN OF" SMOKING A Association of Tampa, Florida,' and can CARDS Freshness u well. high (trade.q allty.,

t tEAL CIGAR"OSCEOLA ,( .), assist you In the, cur-chase .or .buildin g Call for what you want In the \

Staple and Fancy AC.: Buck returned Thursday' evening or building of a home which you can M. RIVERS M. D. f GROCERY LINE \ur

from Flonda, where he went with pay for like paying rent. Cajl at ouroffice'and ..

I GROCERIES I the Hunter. .and Company's excursion we will explain the proposition PHYSICIAN and SURGEONOffice

He had companions F. W. Cederstrom to. you in detail. over Osceola Pharmacy '

j Sold at all stores who want of Minneapolis, W. M. Mantel Nelson. Realty.Co. I Residence 63 ,

the belt for their castomersVEhIBESiJF Jar'of Bird bland; and Mesa rs.I4atbJro1I'mann l PHONES: }{ 0ffloel48

r. Free Delivery all Parts ,,. Adam Junger and Chas; fire -Signals.1 ,

Neid of Sleepy*) Eye. Messrs. Baum
ctf the city .Ward No. 1. Central portion of city W. L. WINN
gartner, Mtiench 'and another gentleman one long blast of whistle. .

from Bird Island left a day earlier Ward No. 2. North KUalmmee.. two, PHYSICIAN .

,. - ,. and met the party at Kissimmee. Another long blasts of whistle.

JI I t******.-l"M"" ,+*++*+*+*+++' .4 +'iI ,f SKI| { the delegation chaperona'ge of ten Canadians Mr: J. finder D. long Ward blasts No.of 3.whistle.South Kissimmee,8-tf three Orrtcm RBBIDBMCI Frotfm PHONB 117. S3 KIBSIMMBB KIX>RIDA.TJ .

I : THE Clark, the Canadian representative of Kissimmee Auto Garage and Machine '

GRAYSTONEj: Hot Shot Bargains from the company, also made the trip. The Compapy has accepted the agency for .G. THOMASON emu'' d

party left Minneapolis on the eveningof tha Cartercar, one of the most wonderful \
the Cash Store June 4th over the Soo line arrivingat PHYSICIAN and SURGEON ,
of the
cars and'will
Ore ALL THI TEAR age, a few w
-- Chicago the next morning. We left 'days have a shipment of these cars on DIBBLE & SON
2.50 to 3.60 per day. the Office Phones 4 and 3. Residence 126
'Windy City at
j noon, going via. hand ;
] Ib. can Roast Beef 15c which they will take pleasure i in
Special by week or month. Evansville
I Nashville, Chattanooga, showing to' all. 15-tf

i R. w. THORHAR. frip. I, D, PORTER MIT. 1 Ib. can Corned Beef 15c Atlanta and Jacksonville. Most of DR) ''B. D. WIENENGA ,.',!
.11..1 +++++++++++++++++.1. 3 cans No. 1 Pork & Thursday was spent at Chattanooga, .jVETERINARIANSTOCK
for DR.
: ,. Beans 25c where the party visited Chickamaugeaand Republican County TREATED FOR .

2 cans No. 2 Pork & Missionary Ridge. Convention and Precinct ALL DISEASES ::2
Kissimmee was reached Friday after- .
: W. L iiitjzo I Beans 25c noon at 4 o'clockand the Graystono pay 'Pho'nfis* ORLANDO. FEA. '
{h I IS lbs Gran. Sugar 1.00 hotel was made headquarters for our NihDR. CHRONIC STECIALIST DISEASESEXAMINATION IN '

immediate party. After a general The Republican precinct meetlnga will be N. L. BRYAN i.
Salt Mackerel, each 5c hiilil In the right precinct of Oaneola\ County
_ cleaning up. ''a hearty supper was en- nu May U. ll'li to elnct delegate to the Couutr CONSULTATION FREE
Moro (cooking)) Molasses lOc OonTontlon. Rich precinfit In entitled to DENTIST .
r. joyed followed by' a smoke social jon one delegate for each ten Republican vole re '
White Salt Meat 14o the spacious veranda with the ther- the present woo will pledge Ihetnaelvea. to anpport Squires Building KISSIMMEEFLA.
Republican ticket or nominee In the November rUESOAVSTHURSDAVSBATURDAVt
mometer registering only 72, and no next election. PreclllcU no,'...ndlng New York Avenue
Real Estate Smoked Bacon 16c repnwentatlvea, one delegate will be appointt ST. CLOUD FLORIDA OFFICE. CENTRAL HOTEL ,
mosquitoes to disturb the of
serenity by the beautiful Cnmmlitee.t Preolnrl: mci-tlnga. will alaoohooaeoue
Free! Free!! Free!! evening. The party retired member for County Committee soil one J.V.. SIMPSON PHONE lee ORLANDO. FLA.
\ early and all slept soundly. Afteran ..ldllloll"II..II1..r. fnr each luo qualifying Re. QK. .
pnlillrau otera In the. proo<'heto. Precinct nol
early breakfast next morning the Mending member one will t>e appointed by the DENTIST.
i J Ib. pkg. Ho-Ya mix. Tea 15
ii whole party boarded the launch Rosea- Chaliman t'onntyExecutlreCommittee.:
I KISSIMMEE FLORIDA There will be held .l HI. Cloud Florid" a "
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dele at 7 o'clock for a trip down Relubllran''ounty:I Convention on July Igth, Upstairs in Katz Building
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beautiful sauce dish tumbler l .. . a county ticket and t transact l m. t0 12 ri7.7.:
through the lakes and canals and Kis aucli othitr btiftlnoaM .. may come. before ihwconvcntiou OFFICE HOURS: } JJ{; m. fr
: to 6:30p.:
or mug free with each m. ,
simmee river, bound for an inspectiontrip W. I. VAN.. Uur.oK. Telephone No 7tf Jun 5, lyr '

t S. BULLOCKREAL package atWEST of the company's prairie lands It Chairman Jountv JOHN Kxrcu I I. >lv Pit. CRln0 Committee., = Real Estate Agency. I '

' was an all-day trip and was enjoyed 1'.Seiretary"tf County Ksfcullvn: Uoiuinlttoc.Guardian's )R. w.w. CARSON < \\\\\\\\a\N\................... ..
KISSIMMEETAYLOR'S- immensely by all the party. Lake To- I

'J opekaliga> on which the city is situated Notice of Application DENTIST' I Il 4 Realty bought and sold. r*

ESTATE l, is a beautiful sheet of water about I tQ J Houses rented. .tfJ

....................... six by twelve miles with a number of to Sell Real Estate of Minor. Office 1 over Cole's Jewelry:$tore I -Taxes paid and Titles verL!!
I Notice I I. hereby Kivrn that J 1. .. guardian. of Office Hours: 8-15, 1-5 ified for
INSURANCEExamination fine islands, and shorelined with orange lark 1naO Utllaon, will Illftkf aplillrrilioil, to Office phone 158 j non-residents. ..
groves and other sub-tropical foliage. lion <}">orK" F. I'arVer. county' JIIIK! of "*<'"'' Residence 2:1: j Fire Life and Accident In-
I : : I in ('''"111).1 hN ollli-e, \ in the court boost in !It
I Lake Kissimmee is ffMlmnu'i. Fin Jul ] '. surance.
considerably larger, on Monday ) Icth. 'd! t. .
of Titles a <, /I..r.n or <3 4
DERBYSHIRE M. D. Indemnity .
i Phone 250 Quick Delivery I being 1- miles long, and then there is JHIIICH MMlltton.I ,Jr In H |irivnl'"> Male of the E. Bonds. IKw
Lake Cypress and another small' \ lake, f'.llo *tn"r .1 lewrllif'l rcMl < slat' 'e. 1Iu..l. ill HMI|,! t.r rP'V'Yr_
HII'l\ ,
Specialty. I 01)lit) MHt ((0 .I il
I I all of which are joined together by'canI I' ( t In wcM halt Of the north' half of Inlinii Special attention given to thetrt'alm..nt
and the north half of lot Hirer of block "N"Ion
als. Leaving these we entered the Kis- !> west hall nthe voiith lin f of ol' IM-O and l lihf of Women and
Corr 8oondence Solicited.IoRIST I simmee river a small stream about, nontli titilf, of ,lotthtccof, .Itlfwk. .i" ; nut Children.Ollieo'over .
Hlxt,- ix feet "]iiiirc' off the norlh end' of lot
.....,. half the size of the Minnesota river, four of l.M-k| : I .all;I in ,Ilii: liolHTl link",,
linn .to Ki-rfinln. f C'lizens' Bank. H'HONE 1 124lmo"ptl 184
i <> Uv now tinpropcrtx, ofi
but twice as crooked. Some alligatorswere i:i the- h..". of -H"I.\ li fili-iil' The Intcri'Mt ..r : [
I seen in the river but they : soul, mimr ti n convcycil Ha \huvemeunuurA -- - --- I (:
were -
The j ., ,. I, flit nii,.lourtli - -- -
: wary and sank out of sight as soon as !1 of 1 lli- uliolv. f. A. VANS AONKW W..8. CRAWPOKDA
MATIIB: \. II II.!."nc,
ATLANTASEMIWEEKLY we came within hailing distance. Nu- 25'it .,IIHrd,.." TANS AGNEW & CRAWr'ORDATTORNEYSATLAW

A merous buzzards, ducks, herons and BARBER SHOP
Cut Flowers and Floral De-
other water fowl were seen and the I Notice of Election.
s >)nB for all occasions.
Potted Plants and Roses a I whole country through/ which we passed 1 In coiun'mnci': :with:: : tile law: in HUI:h < wes O 111<'(+n: I-4-b.e! Cltlrena (lank lluIMIliKCissimmee
mars Hni' itrovlileil. it i* I hert'ljr' amiotmi'til
specialty.Phone with the boat looked like a paradise for H< A l ilcrlHreil, II'u< nil ilrtinn will{ be l hiM. ntl Florida Cold Drinks Cigars
the hunter and fisherman which we I l: .w hittter. ONrcola C"nntv. Floriila.. "' pi-rial' Tax I
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JOURNALThe j .10. ol l>l"irtcM, No :, <>n \\ t"lu.-i.iUv, July al: A, '
_ 83 JEAN CALDWELL were assured it was by Geo. Saundersand I I) KII.J fur the purjioMi'. of .1rt. .<'rmlmnir who'' Kissimmee FLa.
his "cracker" wife, who are noted hhall HerVHHH prhiml trnnti'V' ot' Kal'l dNtrirl. furI"v Q EIGER. H. D.
i i ear next aft'r Ih..I .U."o..ndl..fI" the
Biggest Newspaper hunters of that region. Wild turkeys iintnKfr. mill of rll-'trlot nrbfMil' tax to lie
I ll'Miil. I and collerteil atlllUHlly lor the httl/ (1 and deer are also said to abound there, y en r. ATTORNEYATLAWOffice
in the South but not fortunate | Th. following. were npi,,olnted to .,.t.t Bald
we were enough to
i r.J. see any. W K (J.Hlwin. State Bank Building Sprigg FlemingCLEANING
1\. (i MiClelland. Kissimmee. Flonda
''The After leaving the lakes the river
f regular price of The At- was 0, l It Ban, .
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lanta bounded by prairie with here HI..l'l.
r ;.I Semi-Weekly Journal is 75 a country, II. 9atsdenclerk., F. KRIBBS
0.' DIRECTOR cents a year. If you will send us and there a natural grove called "ham- l>one by order of' tho lioant of Public) Justine. /Jj.
,, tlon Oovcola County, thin Viid day of July, A.
: < '" J' ;'; and your order, you can get mocks, where appeared to be the .D. I'JW.: :! ATTORNEY LAW KISSIMMEE, }LA. PRESSING

' \JY '1 ,. only settlers of this vast prairie, who W. C.Chairman BASS - DYEING ..41

s | ,, :dLiCENSED! EMBALMER The Klsslmmee are engaged mainly in cattle raising, Attest; Examination of Titles a Specialy. REPAIRINGLeave
W.J, SEARs "
P i' 'i t,;.vtt y m.oppoalta-: ","' ":,:'<';',:;' and whose herds were seen roamingwild Su.lnlendenS.4t. Notification and payment'of. taxes of ... .

Valley Gazette in all directions. Occasionally non-residerita. given' careful .
Courthouae attention. word ft my house and clolfcea: .
sheep horses and mules were seen, and ., will be celled
and the Notice of Election.In --- - --- ---- -- lor and returned.
1 ever and anon a few "razorbacks," as ,
compliance with the law la such eases G. JOHNSTON'

1 .-1tl88nn.8B FLORIDA I' fltlanta Semt- Weekly the native hogs are 'called. They also and declared. that an election la !hereby will announced be held. at. ROBERT Satisfaction Guaranteed

J run wild and do not know what a pen tftaaHiiiKer.' Om>eMS County, Florida. Special!
'- Journal or other enclosure is like. Everywherethe Tax R-cbonl District Woe 4, on Wednemlay. July ATTORNEY AT LAWK1SSIMEEE.
aI, A D. 1512:. for the purpoae of determining.
grazing was good and the conditionof who shall serve. school truateee of aald dintrlrt -
$1 lor $2 Acre Month h for two yearn next: after the election, and J:.. :h4oC: A -r .LISPrER: :
per per both one yearn the animals the very best, although to fix the number or mil'la ol d"'riet.rhool tax FLORIDA
i A, their breeding would hardly win them a to he levied. and collected annually for the aald's: :

4 1 1fli ..". B> ifor4 c.l.ry Farr FlewlagI prize at our fair in the two yeara.The following were appointed to act at add Louie O. HAaaKT: T. MCTOI* WAaLOW Well 3Drlllerl
county even
,I __I.. w.ll .vr.>t.*<.. ...- dr.r'tlt. FOR ONLY $1.75 election Late Counsel for Judge of the
i tin* .rel..oo4 0.Imoll,slllo trey "scrub" class The cattle are mostly R. Florida R. R. Comm. Criminal Court
tot 1 (.... Omr- llbnl contract allow .1 li --- native stock inbred for generations Alee U. Hloan. & WARLOWATTORNEYS
SO.1NI" art Title Bo.4 8Oaara.t N MASSEY
.,..;. .....e........ Fla 4tl In'i' Send !In Your Subscription but their possibilities as a foundation John Chanrller Clerk. Inaoeotora.. WELLSin
stock was shown by several good herdsof Done by order the Board of Public Inatrtlotlbn. AND COUNSELLOS
Oaceola !2nd day of A. AT LAW
1': grade Herefords, Shorthorns and ">. 191'.!. County.lbl.. July any section of Florida.
. Right AwayTo Black Practice In all the Courta of the Ptat -and at
Polls. W.
C. BA88.
n- tha United
Statca. alao before th* Florida I Rail- -
is it for meat .Alligator Bluff Chairman. road Commuaian. and the latoratata Commerce
necessary a man our destination Was Attest,:
IA this Commlaalon. Ten
paper not t. the Atlanta years ot successful Well
i .W. J. BEARS. ,
: be a musician reached about dusk and we retired for .
BnperiuWmleut. 28.4k 11-H CHARLeSTON BLDO. ORLANDO. FLA. Drilling is a Guarantee of my
li Semi-Weekly Journal the night: Just before landlrg a Ml ,..rA Ability to produce the beat
: young "baby" alligator was shot by NOTICE. NDREAV JOHNSON result

Prof. Marstellar but failed -
we to capture
i Notion la hereby given that the Honorable
i the prize. The weather was ideal, Board of County Commlcelo.eriv''llla/thel r ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW TWO AND FOUR INCH j
reg@Icr meeting In August, A. D. IU12. alt for
not In the least hot. and every one was the purf*>ae of hearing complalnta. whether Will Practice in all Courts WELLS A SPECIALTYP.

i FOR SALEONE In the best of spirits, having enjoyedthe I .the aeaeaamenta by the placed npoo the Aaes.or'books e State and Federal -
trip and the outing to the utmost. : era shill stand' or whether Dense can be show Office adjoining Broadway O. Box 344 i

t I Meals were served on the boat, and : why complaint,: it should to be make ohanKed.are requested All: persona to die l having the m Citizens: Bank Kisairnme Florida

: how everybody including the Canadians with the Clerk or preaent them In person be
'1 lore the Board at their n x ..
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did eat. B o.JOItNSTON, a. WOODHAM
LARGE MULEto M 5t Clerk Circuit Court.
f fJ .(Continued next week.)

j work double Sheriff's Sale. JENKINS & WOODHAM I IJre1;

'/ ; ".. Sell Cheap Under and by virtue of an execution laaued SURVEYORS the Florida
Modern Home for Sale.No.
out of and under the Peel of the Circuit Conr
_ : : In and for Uareola Conntr. 1 Seventh Judtnlal
J ONE SMALL 469-New modem 6-room house Circuit. of the State of Florida dated :lixih ode: Kissimmee Florida For trurkera and frail '' To*'
: r'a So he can blow his own horn! YOUNG her 1U10 tn 'a certain race wherein I Aaellne MCampbell -- I whololtwho want to know about Flor+ I
located on Emmett street, one block ; and Owen N. Campbell, are plalntllTa t -- ida. Weekly. '1.00 per rar; month
MULE ly. IVj'\ .send ( for
and w. H. "Savage' la defendant' I have Levi d 1W a ten laiue trial
' 4 west of court house Electric lights: on and will, on Monday, AuguatA. 191''!, the aubacrlptlon.,: snappy. Bright.Claao.
? I There never was a bath toilet and lavatory. Lot 147Jx; same being Legal Mla Day, and daring the I
ONE legal knurl of ads, offer for .sale at .:our The Home i THE FLORIDA GROWER j
.i better place and never LARGE DRAY 1474 feet. Several young orange and house door In KUwlmmee.. Florida. and tell to .
the hiffheHt bidder for cub" the following realenlate OO Florida Aveaaie, Tampa, Fl.GOIT'RE..
will there be to buy HORSE grapefruit trees in the yard. This (lying and being In 0..,....,.County. Florida
property is located in the very best to-wlt; The one-half undivided Interest.
the said W. H. Ravage, In and to the HH'ol
tender Steak or Chop, FIVE REGISTERED resident section of the city, close to "Hf.' '. of Section 24. 1 own hl p A1. Houth of Range Bakery Man
34 Fast;; the undivided one half, liiu-renl,. of the .
t ; and all m-e-a-t JERSEY BULLS court house. postofHce and business add 1 N'. II navaxe. :In and to the NWU i>f Nw': .
section. Pnce $3,700. Terms on part. of Section 1.1.Towimblp :29 South of gauge d desires to thank the citizens -
.4 ourselves fiat: all of the HWI. of hfrp<, HKt ol nW/. and visitors for their
pride 2 to 5 years old 24tf H. M. Breaker & Co. HWJ4) of HE'.. of Set'limi lownablp: -"J. Bout patience during the "
4 Oft of Range SI: Cai.t; the SWI't1 ot NWU' of Mention rush for .. HERB IS A UUADANTBBD! CURB;:
what we sell-- 14, Township: Honth of Range>: Kaal ami Bread. In future we will Don't .........
toe NWJt of 8WU of "Section' .'>, Townahfp w have a larger variety of ....bethat br an un."hlbGoitre on
FOUR OR FIVE MILKCOWS l goods your will aunty ..
South : keep Increasing-la ..
We always sell the No. 472-Truck farm. This property of Range H4 haat. or PO much thereof aa on hand. and cause choking and other unpleaaant
shall be ueceoaarv to aetlHfJt the aald execnlloa aymp-
best. We no I adjoins the city limits, just outside, amounting to principal. IntereKt and costs In Hot Rolls. Cream Biscuit toma eooner"HALL'S or later. OINTMENT"Cure
the sum of H1.WH! 4V. aud Iliaumber sum of .
where you will not have to pay city rii'i.nj interest. since and Bread 001,.. to may Cared.
same was laaurd making (white and brown) ,
pains this fact to tell, alsoTHREE taxes, contains 61 acres, fine flowingwell the sum of rJx49'C.. *.. PREVATT. for Breakfast ever heard:you of have then tried you everything will appreciate elae ;you the have real ..

r and that tells all the COLTS splendid soil and in high state of Jones A Sheriff Jones, of Oaueola County: Florida. Cream Puff, Monday and merit convenient of thla to remedy.U... dos It not la color perfectly: the akin tiarmleea.or eauae

cultivation. Can be bought at a bar Plalntlfla' Attorney. 28 6t Thursday and oftener any: dlaeomfort whateyer.: and we guarantee that '
rest one application will' More
produce ActaalIteamlta
a 2 years old gain price, including present growing if called for. than a month* treatment with any other-

crop, on easy terms of payment. We Sealed Bids. remedy.. Don't.... "spend any more money for"worthleaa -
Also a variety of Cakes .med. but Head SOCemta:: for. >adage -
will introduce you to the owner and you Saaled. bid. will be reeerived op to and Including et "M."'.01.'_..." and If ,:you do not
RULL BASS'MARKET can deal direct with him. This the lath oar of July. 19IX, at the offloeof the 8u- on hand at all And It the beet remedy of the kind that you have
property ever need you can rt"r .
perlntendeot of I'ublie Inatmetion. for enlanclnc times. : empty packan and
( is desirably located splendid soil anda the public aehool building at St. Cloud. Plane we will refund your money.: We eapeelally InvHei
; W. B. MAKINSON and apeelflcattona be aaen at the offioa of su thoae having L.... Ooltr. of Loa. HtaBdlBC;
j money maker. perintendent Public ....Irue&-' The right laraaai'ved ALFRED SMITH\ to give the .remedy trial. B.nd.aver or P.O.
.. 24-tf 24-tf H. M. BREAKER lo reject any and all ....... order'earned will be cent n-,maiL
& Co. 2"t W. 1. SEARS $upt Hair. Iteajedy 80__. Maaafleld, Otis.Itti.


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Cool, Stylish Summer Frocks : /
lack of physical
We failed from
strength at the time needed, in sending Watch the Kissimmee property is rapidly increaa.:, ,

We have just received some chic new styles in a greeting in behalf of our press department ' ing in value owing to tne large number of
too the State Press Association -
Children's I meeting( ,' held in Palatka.. This man who buys people moving into this vicinity...and to the
and Misses t, for it is .' v
disappointment '
was a genuine '
fact that there has and now it being ex ;
so pleasant to. say 'thank you" to
DRESSES those who have aided in our work as KissimmeeProperty pended large sums of money(permanent

have. many of the Florida newspapers. i
Smart Styles in Dressy Frocks When letters ware written to several municipal- implroyvements.I ---- -.
district secretaries and presidents asking -

A? made of Fine'Quality if they would like a supply of C. E. .. .
'stationery to be printed at the time

Pure Linen and White Goods that the year's order for the State Un- .'
ion was being made, prompt answers 7I
came from' several, which were appre- I have yet large number of Lots distributed in different parts of the City which I .will sell

Missses' Cool, Stylish ciated. We hope that correspondence for.sums ranainafrom $'l5.00 to $500.OO, according to the location ,

done under the heading; "Florida Chris- I have also some residence property which I would like to dispose of.

Summer. Frocks tian Endeavor Union," by these faith Stop paying: .rent and buy some of this property and own your own home. If you will
ful district workers, will receive notice
Endeavorersin call and' see me I will show easily it can be done. .
and help to enthuse local
and see them at .
efficient service.

Miss Ruth Wyandt, the new State
r Junior Superintendent, has written some '
excellent letters from her home in R. ARTHUR E. DON G AN

F. D. No. 1, Tampa. She pleads with
both district and local Junior workersto

:. Mrs.\ E. L. Pearce be loyal to their cause; to think ofa ,

future of larger efficiency than we . ._ -- -
i' are now having. She asks for prompt
answers from district superintendent,
understanding, of. course, that these ,SOLOMON B. AULTMAN, Pres. W. M. FERRELL, Vice Pres. & Mgr. O. W, WATSON' Sec. & Treas.

u must depend largely upon the businesslike .)
OOOQQOQQOQOOOGGOCOOOOCCOCO ) ixaooooooooooooooooagC spirit shown by the society superintendents OSCEOLA' LUMBER COMPANY

A. CARSON. i A. CRANFORD S. L. LUPFER. in answering{ the districtones.
8 Pre.ld.-nt Vlco-Pmldrnt' Junior Endeavor: has not grown Planing Mill and Novelty Works
an it should during the past few years. !
We need more interest shown in organ- :832Q!I ''' lit**
.fi izing new societies for children by the t'& ... ,
leaders of senior societies." Miss Wy- "!;I !1jt
8 andt is going to do her very best to IS: "!;I .0.1'1... ....
make this a good year for Junior En- ;
deavor, but she cannot do it withoutthe 08 r1 O
Rough and Dressed f
co-operation of other Endeavorers Q magle
over Florida. e ?
The following message was sent recently : w 80
I PINE LUMBER : ;I _cn........ <0 ee fI:l :1 .aI '."
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For California Co-workers :- 'O.QQ!: bof ) _.......
Greetings in the Convention at Fresno. ) E C
8 We to think of the Bookof .a -
are apt J5:: 0 ::
fi HOUSE BILLS A SPECIA.LTYX Proverbs as "pretty old," but the '5 3!!: _. .o...
x following quotation from the twenty- R

v-ioQr>eyxiexaciQniQe ex>i eighth chapter seems just right for you By dealing with us you will be aol. to get just what you want, and in a specified time', besides WE WILL SAVESAVE
: in June, 1'l.! :! : YOU from ID to 15 PER CENT.. We are located on private switch and load directly.into can.
"A faithful man shall abound with i

Now, is not that just what is true for
Distance California Endeavorers? You HAVE

AdvertisingLong o 296 tried to be faithful, and you ARE abounding - - --- "
in blessings. Another good thingis
that thousands of us are going to -

is saying the right thingat share in these blessings, July, 1913, in l-LiGOo !
I is the main r/ueslwn and should always' be ;
"the good time coming, our Interna- v
the right time tional Convention in Los Angeles.The IS THE ? answered by a tltsnileresled authority.The '

in the right first Sunday in July had "Hon- TITLE GUARANTY CO. I'
way esty" for its Endeavor and Baptist
---- Young People's Union subject. This is will search and examine tttitle to the land which you are adout to purchase in ;
We make a specially of planning, preparing{ a good "take it home to yourself" Osceola County, or elsewhere: in Florida and if found to be good will guaranteeyou i
literature and conducting campaigns for aganslloss by reason of mortgages, liens, unpaid taxes and adverse claims.It .
Land Companies, Boards of Trade, Municipalities topic.- i is business to protect our clients and against
and Individuals.GLENNREAGIN In West Palm Beach they had a good our patrons investments in imperfect -
in the of June titles. We accomplish this by a thorough search of the records and the issueof
meeting stormy evening .
TITLE POLICY or Guaranleed Certificate of Title. \
9th. Here is the graphic.account givenby
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ADVERTISERSTAMPA Miss Maud Clark, lIecrjtaryof the '"''1'.v.\ >'.tAl
!society: >"I sat at home with the rain '. The .Title Guarantee Company does a General Abstract Business throughout the State of' Florida\!It i+:;-t I,,i':' I.

FLORIDA' falling as it falls, nowhere ,else'in the :'.'l". '. 4 Abstracts to'City and County Property made And delivered on short notice '." '.

world, and said, 'We will break our
record tonight. No( one can go to C. ANTY I
E.' The streets were streams of water. I
Capital Utock SlotJ 000 OO
An auto "toppeo>at the door and Miss 1.
-- \ Cora Lanz, leader, said, 'Do you wantto CARROL D. JUDSON, President EDWARD A. NASH, Secretary V. R. JUDSON, Treasurer'
TOOMER REYNOLDS, General Counsel
go to Christian Endeavor; ? I
Home Office, Bisbee Bldg., Jacksonville, Fla. Branch Office, Kissimmee. Fla.
hand and
grabbed a raincoat in one a
LEWIS O'BKYArt.- Manager Kissimmee Branch r
testament in the otber and went. She .
collected eight and we went to the
church and had a meeting. Just after

BIG SALE I we got there the rain began pounding
down so no one else came. Collection '
was l>5 cts. Mr. Clinton Mitchell knew
that Miss Lanz was leader, so he went .r
after her and the rest of us with his .4
auto" I

at We wonder how Jude ny other societies:
met the night of 9th. i
Ihterlachen, July t;1912.! I \ I



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Backs Made Strong Kidney lib

COMPANY Corrected.All F:4'I'F:,

over Kissimmee you hear it.

Doan's Kidney Pills are keeping up the
good work, curing weak kidneys, drivIng -
away backache, correcting urinaryIlls.
Cash Only Kissimmee people are telling
about It-telling of bad backs made
sound again. You can believe the testimony -

of your own townspeople. They I q
tell it for the benefit of you who are '
\ suffering. If your back aches, if you you want'to look at or buy'the cheapest Farm Implements in town

feel lame, sore and miserable, if the for the money, just drop around to the Osceola Hardware Com-
kidneys act too frequently, or passages I "
are [painful, scanty and off color, use I pany. Good goods big values, square dealings. ,
Doan's Kidney Pills, the remedy that "'

--- - j fibs helped so many of your friends and
neighbors. Follow tnis Kissimmee citi
zen's advice and give Doan's a chance

Building Co. to do the same for you.J. .
Kissimmee H. Harris, carpenter and contractor -I '.;I 1

Kissimmee Fla., says: "I haveno i
HENRY O'NEAL, MANAGER hesitation in recommending Doan's '

, BOATS BUILT TO ORDERAny Kidney Pills that, for they I know act just from as past repre-experience Osceola Hardware Co. :

sented. Off and .on for five years I
Size Any Style have taken this remedy for my kidneysand .
Painting a few doses have always brought
Repairing relief. This preparation is worthy of a
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for trial." .
Agency I For' sale by all dealers. Price CO - -
MICHIGAN WHEEL COTS cents. Foater-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
FIXTURES New York, sole agents for the United
ENGINES DOCK States. We Can Do Your Printing-RIGHT
YARDS SOUTH NF JOHNSON'S 20ft1t' Remember the name-Doan's-and

P. O. BOX 1 I take no other. J

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:t +: CRUELTY TO ANIMALS WHAT GOOD, (ROADS DO COST Notice, ,of Application for: Letters FOR RENTOR'SALE-Two-atoryatore'. ('' /

.Patent and Incorporation. Stanford. .
Classified aimmee. H, C. 29-tf.
.cow iaoooooo
York to' Expand .Over' Not..... .U bmbr give th.tb.. vndsrslsiwd.. :'1
Negro Fined. in 'Mayor's Court for'Brutal Thla., Year In Repair. will apply to the atata of Florida FURNISHED Cottage for B nt-
; for Imtampatant *
Work. on the. 1th day of A.sii. 1MI We have a delightful cottage, six

1 Conduct., Company IntorporaUiuc under tha Klsslmrosa.followlnc:.. : : proposed Suburban chart Land Advertisement are Insei under this, at. the rate of 8,Cents 'rooms, well located with fine view of a
\ automobilists and artiulvi of Incorporation a ropy of which lake, good neighborhood to rent until r
and touristsrealize' .
,r Will charged: with crueltyto How tew has been aid. In the only of the ......tarl'of per line each Insertion; October' the first, at $20. per! month.We .
''they glide over the, good or tata at amid atatsj of Floridaa. !
animals. appeared..before Mayor N. bad roads/yas of New York state what 0.Johturtnn. - also want to rent the Earl property ,

C. Bryan Tuesday morning and was" the upkeep vf these highways and byways V A.:A.W. Gnatus.Van Aamaw.' von SALEFOR R. D., WARING &: CO. will rent youa 20 acre, both farm the places on Shingle In town creek.; one''

fined $10 and costs.: Marshal .Pitmann is costing their town, county And Article of tnoornnration and Propoaad Charts* house. 19-tf Nelson Realty Co. t

,bad the warrant Issued and; together! state, and Indirectly them., It-tJi ey of Klaalmmaa Suburban Land Company.; MUTTON,' fresh, fat and fine, at the

. with several witnesses, convinced his would atop to think of this there wouldbe ,Tha undaral}nad hereby.. aaaoclata "UiomaalTaitomdhar SAi.E.-.l'retty cottage home; gull Bass Market, phone 189. 19-tf

'' bonor that the animal bad been badly much lees, profanity when one und.r for the laws of-the of Utate ollk brWa.rpm'aad well located and cheap; convenient, six WANTED_ '

'' chances mud puddle difficult to Article L rooms, pretty yard, very comfortable WE-Have listed aome of the most desirable
t mistreated uponA
The hang of thla ao..tlon.hall ba 'J(...1. and home-like. We also want to show 'property on the market both WANTED-At once to buy h ne. waA
p ; freeman had"some trouble) In getting dodge.In mea Suburban Land Company. Ita principal. you the farm inside the city city and county, which we offer at apd harness. Nelson
t. hn team to' stand at the dock while ne the first place, the average, or, oflloa and place. of bualnaaa ahall ba In Kiaslmnwa. limits, valuable acre tract, excellent the lowest prices to be obtained. gon ReaIt1Jr.
Oitceola county In the atata of "IorN.and .. fine Company. __ __ __ xWAN1
of tourists
have _
S : rather, majority house shrubbery nice lot of There is -- -- -
war'unloading some. merchandise becoming iU b..ln_ may ba conducted alaawhere. In no padding of prices by us,
oo idea of the 'number Of miles of the btale> of Viol-Ida.or In other.Ia_and eoun fruits started and very fertile pro- every piece of property sold at exact ED-A position) as stationary enprineer. -
enraged at the perverseness of roads' In New York state which must tries, through other oflioM, branches. avonclm ootherwise ductive land, all nicely arranged for price placed on it by the owner. Can operate plain D slide,'
the off aide mule he secured a club and be annually repaired, oftentimes eemi- aa may ba neeeeaary'or convenient. comfort and convenience, for.aale at Write us your requirements and we Conies or balance valve engine or>

1 knocked said off aide mule down. This annually. Frank D. Lyon.'the deputy Article II. a aacrince price we want to show will do our best to please you, by pump.! Ten years experience in large
The general nature of the bualneaa or bualnoaaaa Nelson I in first,
you. Realty Company 23tf i Northern' plant. wanes
t seemed obedience Into .la folIowa showing just the kind of property you
to inject some commissioner of the state) highway to ba tranaaeted by aaid company aa Hawks Park
L. L.
desire. H. M. Breaker & Co. 24-tf letter. -Lucas
k; the.critter, but for good measure, Freeman department, has furnished statistics'and acquire t bypurcha.eorothswia..own.' hold FOR SALE-E. M. F.TouringCar,1912 Fla. 29-2t ; ...

i, administered a thrashing with a Information on this subject whichare buy boll, convey .xchanu.Ira.: : martcatra, dla- model good as new. Will sell or exchange FOR SALE-Tenv acres, four acres in I j
' pow of. trade and deal In real estate or other tor good real estate will SWEET POTATO VINES WANTED.I .
not only startling and surprising, ; or sweet potatoes. 2-room house deep'
4' whip and was finally persuaded to appear -.,. personal or mixed.
but vastly Interesting to motorists. 'J lu survey..uibvlde, |.lal. Improve e ud develop sell my 4O h. p. Pullman car. S. S. well ; 2 miles from city ; only $1200.1 want 40.01)0) Nancy Hall vines at,
; before his honor to'tell why such i i.metbodll There in the Empire state 80- lartds for. purpn.rof rl.urotberwlae. _Griffin, Orlnndo. Fla. 22-tf Ask Mrs. Summers. once. Address Box S'.i, KisBimmee
. f were are anil l<>do and .perform all things needful/ foIbedwelnpinniit Fla. It-pd., .'
j1' necessary. 000 miles of roads, a greater mileage ', Improvement and msn.'r FOR SALE-Three and I ... .
orange groves FOR SALE-White Sewing ---- --
to the trade bullneaa.
P Mayor Bryan said subsequent of which la Improved highway than mnntef. Uieaametor residence. or several hundred acres of land at a practically new. H. G. Bebout, Til- W A lTED-The 'sweetest thing out for

sentencing of Freeman that} he intended all the other eastern states put to 'To carry on a .iconoral .ontraollnf and ..on. bar ai". Located 'in Late Apopka ler'a house.. Mabbette street. It-pd I girl-Fuller Greeme C ndy-

6 ,t to enforce the Lawson the books regarding gather not Including Massachusetts. bnsl-trut..tlon...s a.bUNluvsa.mar be Inuldeut and. to Lr..a thereto
f the treatment of dumb animals, There .are now 2,000 miles of state Jo build and oonmrurl houses or other tlulld- Practically all lake front. J. D. I Company. 83-tf

and be warned offenders stating that roads and more under construction. property liifia.| aid, to Reuorally.manaK..develop and Improve reel I Beggs, Orlando, Fla. 22-tf FOIl IlENT I --.-. .

; f if they were brought before him with a There are macadam roads totaling In To conduct a store or stores for the buying FOR dressed poultry, phone the Rull MISCELLANEOUSWADE
led sflUnK of general merchandise, hardware Bass Market No. 189. 19-tf FOR RENT-old State bank building
: 1 charge of this kind, that they could expect mileage 2,400 constructed by'' towns.There "ftr' any ppnclal kind of merchandise machinery. on Darlington avenue; four rooms *,

ti the limit.JUDGE are more than 40,000'miles of I and To all kinds on of and maunlactunxl entertain any product.bunlnnna. ObI FOR SALE-Three residences. One In and bath upstairs three rooms below.E. the tuner. Orlando.

earth roads, properly shaped and I derttsliiK.narry. transaction or o|,>,,imlloii commonly Eureka addition, $600; one in Lilly's G. Vans Agnew, Agent. 24-tf
crowned tone picked and removed, carried on or undertaken by promoUtra, Invaloraeuaucier. addition, $1,600-'one i In Bass' addition - Fog] ; fresh fish, phone the Rull Bass

PARKElTsPOKE depressions filled, culverts and bridges mle.lonmen agd.gene.nd..contractor. merchant in the course com of $2,600. 'Waters & Carson Gro- DWELLINGS for rent, apply to M. Til- M"arket. No. 189. 19-tf N

1f repaired. Towns have constructed ,iiieh b".lueai to draw., aoorpt.elldor.... acquire cery Company. 61-tf ler.

f I It' 8,000 miles of gravel. roads, in fret mud liifttrumenta...11 all. or and any securities neitotlablu, Inoladinv or transferable debenturci R. D. WARING & CO. will rent your WOOD, per strand, $1.25; five strands

class condition. bonds., notes and bllla o( exohanite. house for you. 19-tf S5.75. Kissimmee Lumber Co. 29-tf

led Services Sunday Afternoon With To keep these road. navigable so to transfer:';. 'd'd4, acquire: bold,.k.own, bonds, annlgn.'andother :l Al FEW CHOICE BITS ...-TANYONE-- ------start- --a mail
lodebtadneae large house and five anywhere
1 Talk. .
Impressive speak, shape means work, systematic, evidence > of any corpora
lion domestic| or forolvn) and to INSIIH In exchange acres of ground inside the city limits, order business at home. No canvass
labor the a great
+ I Taking his text from Second Chroni untiring on part therefor IU :atoeka. bouds or other ob about one mile from the postoffice. ing. Be your own boss. Send for free
corps of people. The state Is divided Lgettonat! A 20 ACRE improved farm, fenced and Nelson Realty Co. 19-tf booklet. Tells how. Heacock. A 2144,

b Glee, 82:7: Judge Parker as leader of Into nine districts, with Mr. Lyon,Jn, To, srllsnd aronire own dispose work of ,any Ivaee mini, mortgage,*, minerals convey ,, cross fenced, a variety of fruits stock Lock port. N. Y

the Laymen's Movement, at their services actual charge of these. Bach district ores' mineral' oils o4f all klndH, mining .ud and implements, an extra large cot- FOR RENT-A modem 8-room flat,

last Sunday, delivered an able discourse has a. superintendent, an assistant to mineral oil therein metailfcroui lan ,aDd to explore, work
on the attitude of church mem, Mr. Lyon Then the state Is again ,develops the ..same and to manufacture, $2500. W. B. Harris Gazette office. tf town. Kissimmee Drug Co. 31-tf '
"" ben with subdivided Into forty-four counties under end transport all l kinds 010...., me''....aDd min A BEAUTIFUL surburban home good ---- - -
In connection their duties
ae eials and the prodncta. thereof.To house barn etc complete water works FOR RENT:; -Earl!; MEET me at Kissimmee Drug Co. and
L helpers, in the forward movement. the supervision of fifty-four super eslabllith.' construct operate and conduct. for irrigationAsic about it. 20 of property miles consistingof we will get a drink of the best soda
acres ground If from
farms and stills. shingle mills ssw
intendents. who In turn are answerable turpentine A 6 ROOM
+ Judge Parker emphasized the responsibilities mill, hot el. electric IlKhtltiR and power concrete bungalow only I the city limits; also 15 ac'es inside water made. Sl-tf
f the nine assistants of Mr. Lyon. .5 iO. cash takes it. .
to <
of the church people, assertingthat plants., log medal dredging and the city limits. Nelson Realty Co. ---- - -
Then It 1s further subdivided into 934 drainage| plans and Moslems. water worksand AN ELEGANT 8 room house close in AN intelligent may earn $100
12-tf person
in the of instances and and to manufacture
majority pastors sewerage plant system ;
$3500. A 4 room 100 ft lot
towns under 934 town superintendents. : cottage corresponding for
S at and n *a I In lumber, cross lies and naval monthly newspa
l' were overworked and could not do By this system Commissioner .tore' of all kind some bearing fruit trees $500. cash. FUR RENT-Two modern flats with pers. No canvassing. Send for par

,+ justice to their labor on account of ,the Lyon can reach within twentyfourhours MI I .buy;.null. ,iu.(-gulp* linK., operate vcmel.motor and no n : AN ELEGANT 5 room cottage, '-. all city conveniences. Apply at the ticulars. Press Syndicate B 2245, ;+
i-- large scope they'were expeeted to cov after notification any road In lauucbva. power coati end other boat' end] takes,itBuilding flowing well only $300 cash Gazette office. 20-tf Lockport. N.Y. __ __ ___ "
property to be used| lu iwh hnaaew.. < trade, i u
t' ,j er. He urged the members of the lay the state in need' of repair. tvsrgmena end navlr) .tloii; mini.. to ro *>tru..t and lot with stock of groceries FOR RENT-The Presbyterian church LOST-A spider web gold brooch. Finder -

men's organization to be zealous in their Work of construction and repair Is ton and i operate terminate piers Iti da-k.ntivtMlon ulmrveH w tlh, wsIIIUU.ea iu-h. bui.nea located in W. Palm Beach to exchange cottage. Inquire of A. S. Nelson or return to Mr. C. A. Cole, jeweler,

at endeavors, and'good results were sure now at its height and Mr. Lron's report *. for land near Kls immee. Rev. S. S. Snyder. 22-tf. and receive reward. 29.2t ;
'. of recent date showed that on one lopnrvue any and all othor iMiKtucNRen. and HAVE 32O acre f.rm.t $40 per acre, -- - -- --- -
to follow. to do any and all other' Seta stint Lbl....*. and toxerct.e 100 acres in 20 : SS '
particular day there were 26,000 men and all .lht-r which cultivation acre meadow FOR RENT-Three room house !
The will be'ln Christian any power may
next meeting the
rf and teams on the roads of the state. 1>., neoHMinry. expedient. or' ootiveulnnt in cmi- balance pasture watered by stable chicken house garden andland Honda Maps. '
1' church: at 8:30: p. m. July 14th, at ......1\011\ w Itb. or In a"dtli line bulnc.nn and springs; will exchange for Kissimmee just outside limits. W. II. ;
Cooperation on the part of automobilists .....I..e./ .... b..relikb for.. apeciAod.\ which lea. property. city Upon receipt of 25 cents at the Valley ,
rY t which C. S. Buell will preside with the state authorities Is turf 1 porpou .oel. oorporMtion of thf.character I Jones at ice plant. Gazette office a pocket map of Florida

The membership of the Laymen's tbe state highway depart may lawfully do and:: exurci; :. and to dn ,
urged by ,
anyand all of the bunlurafiee IhtnitH before FOR RENT-Four or more acres, suit- will be mailed to any address In the
Movement here fs constantly increasing, ment. Mr. Lyon asks that tourists meutlundeither alone or In combination.
d It I* the Intention that .11 the obj-<*.. end MRS. able for egg plant, tomatoes or sweet United States. We can also furnish
I and with the following officers are much running across anything wrong with powers aperlflerl\: and clauses: contained: In this MARY SUMMERS potatoes; well drained. Call and see maps of Osceola county at tl each, and

encouraged over-- the outlook : A. S. the roads Immediately report the same p iu Raid shall except where be nowlwe oihcrwlnenpreHed. limitedor Ex-Senator Driggers at Prosperity will be glad to estimate on sectional majfb ,)

' ; Nelson, president ;' ,F.. W. Pitman/ vice to him. In this way tourists-those restricted by reference luferenne from akeview Cottage South Kisaimmee Park. 29-lt of anv kind. i
who are actually using the roa e- the terms of any other clause of this or any
r president, and Samuel Lupfer. secre other |rarapb In thla charter, hut that the .. -- -- .;:
i aid the but themselves -
will not
only - -
tar object.*ana lowers eperlftad. lu each of the
) in keeping the highways in the clauses of thl"* paragraph be regarded" a*
:: .
Independent object and r*
best of condition.
T fur charter mar .be amended from time to
1:5: Band Concert "Tb. upkeep of motor cars" gays time,as provided by law, now or hereafter enaotad.

Mr. Lyon, "will this year be reduoed . ___

The Kissimmee Concert Band will 40 per" pent in my mind, on accountof The mount of the Article Capital III Block authorised. YOUR BEST BARGAIN y:

|play an open air concert in, the Broadway repair to highway being made." hall be weolylheTho".Hod< Dollars.dlvl<1wl
Into Two Hundred and Hhare the
Fifty > 01
band stand, beginning at 7:30,next Towns are this year raising by value of One Huuored Dollars each par s'V

i.', ,,Wed e.d.y' evenin.r. The band bas taxes for highway Improvement tho Anv part either or all In of c.lbor said. Capital la P..I..rty.l.boror"tock mar hepayable will be made when you buy .

: putting, n.seve'ral _venlnga're"I" sum of $2.604.675.23. The state Is .ervlotm, at* dual valuation to .be Axed by the .
turning over to the town to aid themIn Inc orporators, or by the. directors at a meeting I'
and will appreciate a large at ra.ledforsuch and the dudymentofsuch " the .
J 'Ibeen to listen to the following pros this work UI5' .0'10. Bridgework Inoorporators. .parpom or director:; aa In tho valueof ;" ,. ., any of followingOPER .
during the year 1111 is to cost $628 such property. ,linoror service shall In theabsence " \
: 't., of fraud .be conclusive'uuo stockholder 't\, \ '
,\th : iwr'r"
be for
414.63. The amount to paid out !
and all parties dealing with the
=; Weldon
\ Rabba Temple.. .. :
r new machinery.1. $$180,011.. Special Coy. The authorised capital atook may be 'R TIESiOrange
2., Medley 'Overture -= Before the road improvement in town of the and paid for a* Such time or times and
a upon such Seems and conditions aa the Board .
Footlights.afcujj. . .Theb. Bendix state are to cost $179,706.12, making In of irtrectora may di ermine; and It may be I Increased .

a. a, "Csardas." Hungarian Dane all $5,186.877.33 to be expended by stated In from.the manner time t.. provided lime .beyoodthe by law. amount

,.......... ._.... ............. Ccibulka town this year.' . Article IV
D."Daphne., from Schottische The state 1. to bond Itself for $19.- The corporation shah. have ennoewfoubylie grove of eight acres adjoining is adapted to (he successful growing of citrus 4

''+ f. 17.'v<..t......"....i... Laurendan 000.000 for the construction of state corporate petually. name "perpetually sod la toexisl per the city limits on the northeast. In con fruits and vegetables.
road Town and counties are to be
/ 'f'? e,, "fbttantaine"Bounawd!: Article V. nection with this grove, which is one of the
,. called upon to provide a* their share The business of the corporation shall be eon.
;, f 4. !1A J>alom.,"., Spanish Serenade. 6000000. The state legislature' noted by a President, a V loo-President; a Woo. best in Florida, is an eight-room dwelling -
and Treaaurer,and Board of directorseonaiailna .. .. . ,i. Gradler appropriated $1400,000 for the maintenance teary of not leas than three a nor more that aarn" and all outhouses, which Forty acres of hammock land adjoining

y ,6."Manaua. ," Chillean' Dane of state. ,roads I' already con axed We mrmbeia by the aiockbolden the number in of the director Bylaws too Iron in splendid necessary dondition. the fast growing and prosperous town of

''t ,r...,.. ..f. .. ............, ,., atructd.Tb. "" elm to tin.... The lame person may bold Iwo are Whittfer. This character of land I is '
or more offloea,except that the President and con-
,,, ; .. of $ JW86.mJ la to fc.' .
PoetindPl.uantOverture.8uppe' sum ... .. t
e. lb. 1 .0. shall pot tw the isms person.
y ...; An Oriental Scene, i< < .::i,.Sanglear. expended la one ,year for. road construction i The following I named persona shall ee the0mcer.l0 sidered the most valuable in the State, and

.0 ties!,, 'March-.Dunlap Commandary. and Improvement throughout tbe officers conduct..the.o-.aIf-business...-of e.eoted the companysoul a l the 280 acrerpfland fronUn"lr-en-East _Is rapidly! being_ -taken, .,, up, by_ new_ ..a ,settlers..J.._. _ ;,
'' the great Empire! atata-that Is, thl* anSel.ctloaof offloen of said company Shall
'I :::; :'J.-p. WoODftBCK.11'1f : amount unavailable for the work, and .be qnallneo.K. O.Johnston President. Lake Tohopekaligs. This i is the same

t :: tee ,,plretorvt ,, ta'all probability'wm b* .utilized by Frank Van..agoewVlor.Pro.idenh.. | '
,.): \ I.j"" 1t, '< to* tate department of highways.Tha : S. W. U...,... Mecretery. pad treasurer.And character of land on which hundreds ofof One hundred acres of land at Windemere, I
of eala Uree
PO'abaU be a di
? .' people are, amassing fortunes growing the Midland'Rail '
C? The. Bie Minstrels, rector.8uck on ay. eighteen miles ,
'''''I I ,- ," dlreotora d.omoeia shall be eleotexl vegetables.
,. ::-..' Local talent organized In presenting Pink! Marble.Pereonal.. annually on the seoond MooUa. of Jannart of from'Kissimmee. There is a ten-acre orange .
t each year, beflaning In abe year Hn6 ,- .
oa; minstrel performance at the 'theater While the 'Japanese. are rapidly aa Article VI. ,, grove on.this land, which'has one mile

'Thursday evening forth sl benefit of the Imllatlnr western business, notion, 'Th*aatd corporation ahull adopt an apprvprlat of frontage on a beautiful lake. ''

i ;,' Sbaa all team.. The anterprlwas', a' they have,, not' yet 'entirely divested swat,nud hall adopt,notiueobaUNn/with....-1..* for theovaruep.aloflmaffdn 105 acres of land one-half' mila' from .

financial themselves I of Oriental extravagance fa*articles of lueorporation and the law of the
auooess. tbe'boys reall&lncabout' Kissimmee. This land is
of expression. In- their advertisements, $IlaofFtorldawhblhbg-swam.l be amended ;; peculiarly adapted r s

'.' on.: bundyed'''dollar above ,expenses. especially those '01. a personal nature hwa.or repealed. ,m*may b* provided ,In add by to .both the growing of citrus fruits.and. .

While this was'gratifying the Vd.. Fifty acres of land at Windemere
at the following; which some time ago 'Article general agriculture. on ,
entertainers bad the pleasure'ot seeing .ppe..... 'tar a Told aewapaper; will I Hy The which blthaat the amount of Inoebtednels or llabll- which is'a good house and some very fine
to corporation can at any time
wry .v: their efforts appreciated. rack!: member .testify: -. :a Mb)***twlf.ball be Fifty Thousand Donarl.arUcIe orange trees. "

i> A, was a star and DO one failed to get '; ,.**I am a beautiful woman- 'My abundant ,. "' iflq i' ,

a fair prop rtlon of the demonstration undulating hair'" envelops me a* The iDoorporators.' names and together realdtnoe with*of the the*numbeco ubacrlb4nf} Twenty acres of land adjoins the city

i Th* comedians on the ,extreme: ends a cloud Supple aa a willow la my .Hare* ol ttw D'bCN'laedPl took sub and' .' .
| waist .port and brilliant U toy visagea oribed for by eateh,are aa fol.owe: 'f on the north immediately on the west One I Ij
Messers.: Fred and J. W.rSlmpson. hundred magnificent residenceand
wire Soedlger Jihiiatoa. Flsrldal2.har. l ,
H. .
O. HualmnM, *
"4 the satin of flower! I am endowed side of the hard marl} road. This land is,
; .Their songs and Joke. mad A. U. Om W. fclsslmmee.: Florid U ahsrea.H. business lots in
e Kissimmee, the city
I wtth,wealth aufflcient. -to saunter P.A'ysusAgsw.Klmtmmbe.Florlda. 9haree.
;, ',,distinct bitty The solo singing ''of Mr. through lit* hand In hand with my be I, A..W.I O,Jobnetoa Ututlia, 'almost surrounded by fine orange grovesas that .is growing .in population and'wealth ,

$ 'Tony., ftogero and Mr., Frank 'Doyle was loved.: .Ware I to meet a gracious lord I. P. A. V.ii* Anewv successful: vegetable farms. at a more rapid rate than other city In' .f': m
: greeted with.rounds'of_ ,well deserved' kindly.' intelligent..well educated and STATE OF FLOKIDA. I M. 5
County of Osoeoli, |
.I* .'appUuse..; ,of .good taste' I would unite myself the South. xe ,
,- : BE IT KNOWN That before m*.the nnaer-
,\' / f 1 0' 'I' with him for life, and later share with *lnaNotary won. la and for Mid County- H es
'' ' .' '" ( him the pleasure of being laid to rest Cud Hale, Mraouallappeared: R. a. onnston. Forty-acres of land adjoining the city HOne
: D th.of.R..LJvey: : tomb of _.rbl..", knows pad known. Van*to be thIndlvWo.bdescribed I '
8 eternal la a; pink to m* limits on the north( and directly alongside hundred lots in
1 ,* The people of Shingle'Cr.ek' district la. and who .u.... load .(..eir.......* Kissimmee i ,
to the iqretolna proposed charter and cexihacknowledned the hard marl road on the east. On this Heights. These lots
j are situated in that :
shoclc : upon *. lie '
experienced a 'Tnorsday: Aa that h executed tame lye r
death .ojry.." Cutting Tool. the Purpose tlrerein expraaaad.! land is a splendid artesian well and some section of the city that Is just : "
teaming iof the sudden of Mr. R. X of burning from a blow- I Witneaa my hand and offlolal neat at Klsslmm . ; beginning
t > Jet oxygen ..said County) and ."..., thai lath day of full bearing and grapefruit trees. '
L.- Irey. .Mr. Ivey was one of the plo orange grow m' population and predict that
'V Ve pip may ba aiieceaafully employed "'"7.A 1). 1M-J.: many, t1,
It of.r '' : 'neen, one of the oldest and moat respected cu( sheet Iron, .Iron tube, and smallbafr. (......1) Motory' X.rnblia Q. VANS Mate AGNEW at,*. Ten acres of -this tract is in cultivation, it will be the most populous section of the

citizen. He, was 66 years: ofT The cut mad la almost a* My commlaslon oxp&a*Dec.. U. 114. balance is of round timber. All of this land city in a few years. "

; age. Death came sometime during lb. harp and thin a* that mad by. a saw. ,
' night of,, Wednesday and, be was found In earlier ."tempts difficulty was .n< Fruit and Truck land. i

... ,dead in Ida bed Thursday morning;:, H."V' I countered In. clearing the cut of liquid 'We. I am not a land agent, but own the lands and groves enumerated -
t metal and in preventing tie spread of have five and ten acre tracts In .
'was Mason and the
a Klsaimmee lodge: II '
attended the funeral the melting effect beyond the border Liberty P.rk. the moat desirable "su- .above oltd'which I offer'for sale. \

Shingle Creek : of; the euf: In later processes two burban property <"> ,the market, whichwe ?
'and the departed member was interred are offering for cona1derationa'pricea
t blowpipe..were used.' The Srat'puan your J
s. :with. the honors of. tha,order., ordinary oxybydrogen same'whlc that are attxactiv We wfUbe "
pleased to show the. tracts to J.JVL 0 1
tL' : ; heat the Iron to redness at the plac* ]burchasar any time. Do not MILLER t

5, ;/ 100::' Aaes.r whar the .cut I* to be'' made This 1* lAil 1 to see this property before',porehanc. ,

es '10o/acre.. ,followed, Immediately'by, the,,second *. It has the advantages of beinjejoee t'.
a portion of which is in the 'of .whlcb in and >the beat KISSIMMEE EE "
composed (
'.t, pure oxnen. on very paved J _
Y :
city limit at $60 acre and 6n
per easy instantly,bums the metal without maltjng. road in the eonnty. convenient 'to, :the .

: paymetltL ;R D..(Waring" .4 ,Co.. : ,19-t..!... ., Tba' liquidised Iron U blownswiftly city school and churches.,>.' Five)+", acre (9, 0( ,. : -
J Fri.' t tracts $250 and WOO. : .* ' I" .r
,Subscribe..7 Don't borrow,' from the aa.uN. *o that these ,; ar .. ,
2 tf' Breaker: &Ci '
hat to .
Is no'serlous spreading,of \ !
'.' 4\\' el.
surrounding part*.! tut ,
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