Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: July 5, 1912
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00549
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
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'I FULL TICKET NAMED : Permanent, T. M.chairman Anderson.. ,; ;D. H/Gill;-secretary LIBRARY' R REOPENED I( UNLIMITED, SUPPLY =-under, the''' Arm,, names o*,' Alderman' ' ''

Candidate for member house of rpj j Bros and Daughiry &; Walker. ,, ,Under:L AUG.; f 15 DATE JOlt ; ;

BY COUNTY REPUBS.,' i'eeentativeeCapt.; Clay ,Johnson;_ ,, '!' THE SUMMER the consolidation the firm, name will be -
FOR
County judge: 0. 'J, Tomlinson., : ', ,OF BUILDING SAND Alderman &; Daughtry,'the members ,
Sheriff:Warren' King. being Mesir D.WlltonAlderman and BIO 80ARD''MEETING
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CONVENTION" Clerk'of court J,, M. Anderson-- James Daughtry. :TIm two! ,,stores will i 1 .
:AT SAINT CLOUD j
; "Tax collector. A; M, Doughty., LIBRARIAN ;WAS, APPOINTED 'IN REACH OF LOCAL MARKET be conducted separately,*a* heretofore, '

Superintendent, "county .schools., "t>f. I, '" one under the management of -Mr. STANFORD RECHVES'If NOTICE "'
' C. S. i ---0- Daughtry and the '
Capt. Clay'Johnson I Is Nominee Cooper." ,' other by Mr. Alder\' '
e. ,. : ,Tax assessor, Frank.Munaell.Surgeyof Will Be In. Charge of Miss Maud Cal Buckles Makes' Good Thing man. The latter, has been In Klssim \ .

For J Representative' .nd, w., :''I. N' Giffin.1:,', Thomason. From One to Six by Pumping Sand From Bot mee this week purchasing supplies and JacbonWle.Secretar' ,. Sanest

M. King for Sheriff. .. Treasurer, M. II; forter. Saturday Afternoons. ( stationery for the business. The noun That'Two Day Be .

'V" .. ., ':Justice of the peace, district 3, B. F. -\ .. tom- of" Lake Hatchineha\ try about Bassenger is developing fast, for State Taken' '
: Organization.
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Rails.. 'j, and ,with the ,coming the railroad ,, '
The'County Republican Conrention'held I
*' 'at St.' Cloud Thund.Yu, County commissioner, St. Cloud district The public library has :"been opened to To get a.supply of good sand for constructive there will,be''.1,,great .demand for' the, '
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,event about which .ldenb1elntereet; an ; J.' F,' Bullard. ., the'public' again, after having been I purposes' has been a question. and in that'section, which( is said to be The suggestion made by the Klasim-, '

center, for the that is County commissioner, Kissimnveedis-, closed for, a period of seve'ral months which baa puzzled and:worried Kissimmee as good,as any: in Florida,, mee Board" ot Trade that August 15 be': s,
rea on {.It the
due death set ''
to the last illness and of at tb. date
I builders fora for the"organiaattort
tact Martin CosnerlMember ; number of,
\ O8Ola lint convention county for of e'quarterof ht kind held in 0.d' .- school board, J.-O. McNew. .Capt..Trench, the librarian. i' There is no denying the pf'yeare.fact, that. It THE: BAND CONCERT the State Board of Trade, has met with. -'

..possibly. The. committee. a century resolutions ; Constable, :St.: Cloud district, C.: V.;' The ladies of the Village Improvement has alwsysbeen possible. jto_ uy .and i in! .' -, the approval of'Secretary H. H. Rich'
.., on Society recently assumed chargeof ardson of the'
Kissimmee Jacksonville
Kenney. or have sand shipped to Board of I'
s
.,. Republican Meerted Convention it to be the "first held County In For 'members campaign .committee: .the books of the library, and they Kissimmee la any quantity, needed, but Large- Number. Heard. Music of. the.. Trade' who is one'of the' prime. 1DO..n-

the L. U. Frost Lynn: Dougherty. were'removed from' the rooms ovei; the there Sas been* woeful lack of the *f. .Splendid, Organization. to organize a State.$oard.r 'i '
,Obitnty.rr! .
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Members county central committee State Bank to' the Chapter House combination desh'ed-to,get good, sharp letter to President H. day Stan:;, ,,
The delegates assembled in the G A. for St. Cloud: F.. Munsell), Lynn Here they have been tastefully sand in imezbaustlble'quantities at rea The:first'band"c ncert'of the season lord of Kissimmee Board'Mr. Richardson .

ft. hall I la the forenoon and perfected Dougherty. A.M. Doughty, J. H. D e-. ranged, 'and once each week. access will sonabie prices. The combination,has Band was given, by' the, Kissimmee Concert 'goes further and'I suggests that the ,
the temporary organization, and after Grew be given the book'lovers.During been found and Cal Buckles is the individual ;from ,the band stand on Brad meeting be one"'of two days' duratienr

.'dinner. the permanent organization was The' committee on credentials certified the summer the library will who has turned his knowledge way,;Wednesday evening, and was the and that a part of the ,s coad day be
: made and a ticket was nominated. the following names be opened but once:a week, Saturdayafternoon to good purpose'and Is signal: for the'people ef'th.entire town given to ,the features of entertainment,
now
."' u duly qualified _ turning the
:0" There were fewer than a hundred delegates to constitute the convention between the" hours of 1 and 6 sand into coin. ; '" to turnout; and hear.. ,the. program which:will be prepared by the Klsstat- i'mi.

A,persons present, and scarcely half. a : o'clock" Miss Maud Thomason 6u' een Mr. )Buckles baa known for the last through.. .. members!, "

1t'.down,men un/ler fifty years of age in St..Cloud Delegates.-I* D. Fre.L I'placed in charge of the books, and will quartejr f. century that.Lake. Hatch The streets wen lined from the.Grayatone -' President Stanford and other m....

;f/1' ,the hsll. That there Is no organization J. O. McNew R, Bass, I). H. Gill. L. be present to issue volumes to applicants ineha Abounded In ,sand, but somehow the;. up to? Pijley's drug +'store, and all 1 ben of) local board are keyed up tot j

,I ?waa made apparent by the 'fact that Daughcrty. A. .M. Doughty F. F. H. between the hours named: he just .never thought about making It seats on the, hotel 'veranda were a high pitch of interest in the proposed

some of the offices had to go by default Pope, J. Hardin, G. W. Gardner, Jn. It is altogether likely that some dirt a commercial equation until month taken.: The showing made by the band organization. Mr.. Stanford,, has been,

,because the delegates could think of no H. DeGraw L. Bass, Joel Ti on, J/H. j.ferent arrangement will ,be made after airo. Then he begun to realize that the udder the direction of J. D; WoodbecsT. mentioned for' the presidency and h., .

suitable man within the Republican nuffer, J. C. Cummings, J. Simons, ,, the beginning of October. The society contractors were having a time getting was highly creditable' and brought forth may bs Induced to accept It.,'af It'u, ten- 1 ;

ranks to fill the positions. Once or Sol Roland, J. A. Kent Dr. Chas. 'I will consider the library and reading sand' for their sidewalk. work.! ,They complimentary& remarks from visitors dered him. He has said that be has no:' ,

twice the mistake was made by some Cooper John Anderson .P. E. Morgan I room'advantages along with other features were paying all the way from $1.50 to ;, u ell as the home people.' Th. sea desire to hold the, oftlc.'bllt If It soona ?
comrade offering a Democrat for the I of entertainment comfort for dition of the oyenu..to "Poet' and '
C. Billln .lv. N. H. Wash and $2.75. .cubic yard for it._ After he tenderodbimMwouWiccept, forone'i ,
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places, but the swift kibosh was put visitors the winter It Peasant, a 'dlficuit'ielection. was reason that
during season. ,he thinks It would be of
once to about .
burn, Claud Kenney, Fred Kenney, got thinking It. Mr. :
upon all such nominations. The innocent I was thought that to keep tne library Buckles wasn't pleasing and gave evidenee of the constant benefit to Kiadmgip'to' have the
C. C. Clauson O. J. Tomlinson, B. F. long in coming to i con presidenceof -
"comrades" were reminded that Rails, J. P. Jones E DePew, M. E. open one afternoon of the week during' clusion.?. practice and good schooling the$ the,''State Board. Mr,,Stan. >et -m
this was "a Republican convention." the would be the the members have been passing ford stated 3
summer sufficient to I however that would
He he
Lowe, J. H. Ladner, Z. Bariger. P. B.Munsell. procured twobarges, a six horsepower c qjr
fcj
The resolution presented by the committee .' I IKlssimmee demand. A great number of the town'men :centrifugal/ gasoline pump, and through.Kiesimmse. : not feel offended If he were: not elected

sounded the "key note." Th Delegates Clay Johnson are away and will not return until hiked off to: Lake Hatchineha. He* I. proud of the band, and to head the' organization.' II. realises' a
document stated in the preamble that fall. While the Is the people generally Will Indulge:the that because .
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summer colony. numerous the movement originated(
out load
M. H. Porter. E. C. Cole, W. H. f pumped a barge of the.sand, ",
the committee had "grafted" the resolutions there Is still very little demand ha hope that Tome way:may be provided KUsImmee that there
Farmer, Mr. Lowell Mr. Twitchell and while was bringing that back to ,might te some,
Which followed thereafter, but Or Derbyshire A. S. Nelson, Mr. for books at this season. It is not the Kissimmee the other barge was being for weekly concerts\ say'' every Satur feeling of courtesy to'make a Kissimmee ,;
this was not taken seriously, us the sectary for day evening. 'If.that time would be .'
season reading. Newspapers filled. He hadn't 'been 1 'Jn- mtq pre.ident" when the better' "
Saunders, Caj /U Simpson. H. II. Taylor in port long '
.,. explained that the document wasfilled Martin Ccsner, Harry Thurman, magazines are quite ample for the sat when Mr. Buckles asked one Of the contractors convenient for'110m.' of the band mum judgment the.,m.mMrewoald dictate,'.
with typographical errors. The of this. berg, then the pcopls'in
R. D..Porter.FIRE' fsfactlon the average person at to try his sand ''out. The con willingmake to differently'
keynote,. as sounded was Economy. -----t-=. --' I particular time, but it will be different tractor did; and testified that it took it for"any' time to,"''sulttbe. ..band., "I 'certainly'would W>t'like to take, '

The Republicans deplore the fact that later. less sand and made. the .ment.tand i the presidency under such conditions If, '
there are five commissioners& In Osceola HYDRANTS WERE 'I WiLL : such reasons were the Impelling "
up better. Some *' the unsophisticated BEJINED JOR ones,
CLERK SERVES NOTICE ,
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county when, ia. 'tb. Republican pur* 'may'tblakthat and island, but this) I is i, u1d..Mr..t Stanford. :"1 ,should esteehir H" -ra +
view, three would be ample. Th office : nosey j the honor considerable and
,1 according to 'the declarations of one, would
'of tax collector considered unnecessary NUMBEREdJATURDAY Kissimmee is No. Longer'' Village, Hon: Cal BnclcUs. For,illustration; the WALKINGJN GRASS be proud to be the first president of the, y
and the Osceola
Republicans think
State Boardof :
i I city, ordinance 'regainsthan the side* ; Trade, I believe the,, .
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the sheriff should attend to the duties ;I Bit a Gty.. "I : time has arrived when the' people will i
walks be laid with tv'rteln materials.
a
,of the tax collector. WILL AID I IH CASE OF FIRE:':': The worm will turn, watch It when certain, part of the''' mixture required, PARKWAYS TO BE :PROTECTED take such interest in, the orgsaicatlon: ,

'. .. The-meeting'harmonious. ,When ,and wher)you wilL Time have changed being a sharp silica sand-that's just ... as to Insure iU permanency and agency'
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ft, < -the nominations reached in Alssimmee." There warn time when for vast ,
were the first a what Mr. Buckles his, He says that good.; .. ri
list was candidate fo reeenb Under "the clerk would trot around and solicit V. I. S. and Mayor Bryan Determined "I : trust t
'j5otatlve. rep Direction of Chief Tano city his sand is so sharp he believes it would sincerely that the commercial ' ,

I There was' only ,one nomina- ':Test Have been Made- ..' payment of light: and w.ter111I.. make good glass The supply Is unlimited I to Brinff About Reform bodies allover the State will re-j i: ,;
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WI tlon, that of Capt. Clay Johnson. The New Badges Received.: "j j I from the patrons, and thus make the ;too. To the best of his judgment in Treatment of. spend to the call, and 'send 'delegates.J \

.nominee wu'called on for a, speech 1: patrons believe, that. they were conferring Mr. Buckles has enough sand,Jn the Public Ground. W. will :guarantee o'. w.rm'w.I ,.; 0 II

He responded by saying that he had -:- I i'I a great kindness.upon the city by bottom of"Lake1' Hatchineha to ebpply -, 1 : and hearty..eDtel'tallmeaat.! : \ a

always tried to do what thought was Under the direction' of Chief A. A.I patronizing its Institutions but'that the demand in' Klssimmee i for'a'tho
us The parkways
right and ,in so doing had voted the Tano of the Fire Department, several'time 1 has changed. The city clerk has, and years. *' . ully on Broadway toy bemore.relpe THE WANDERING\ JEW:" ;

Republican ticket since he was 81 yearsof of the boys have made te.ts.of.U the 1'issued' his ultimatum, being .simply to The Buckles outfit )brings* ;up a barge. Improvement' Society treated baa become The Village :... .u
Interested '
age. He thought he had done about in the and 'the effect that he will no longer scout .' ---
hydrants city, each hydrant load every''d.y.' It sells,' :dellterbdthe at in the baldbeaded
right, he said,,although be bad always has been nurrbered. j the( hlghways'and' byways to get what laksetd.('in Kissimmee, for |L60 acubic the plaza '' appearance:of Subject.of. Rev. A.,. M. :Ousfaota's)

lived'In the South, where It wasn't.ex- It Is desired.that the people become jie Justly due the city, when the patron yard. _'_ f There Is; a traditional)Impression that ;'Sermon' Sunday (Nigfet y ,
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acUytbe 'popular thing to do. He lamiliar.with the ,number of the by- t''should be hunting) him up instead., The iadiee are
':-promised to keep In touch with his:con- drant nearest their premises, as an aid 1:full text of the document follows : CHAFING not' overly fond of baidh.vain. The sermon, ;'delivered by,Rev.1 A-M.Chfsholm :.;: ,,

'stituenta. If elected and act in accord* la'lu.( of #fire I 'Ifn the.vent of fire, If\J"To the Patrons of the Water and Light DIS1, | SUPPER t la any event they .are determined, thaithe Sunday evening( st the Codatl \ .
'ance their. : -"* 'I : erase shall :grow in the parkways, an church has been ,.th.' of ..
with wishes. I' the person giving- the I alarm will State.\! Plants Greeting 'aubj.ct ; ,
, : the number of' the., \'..,!'Heretofore': It baa been' the custom Delightful i '' that the bald spots shall., be 'covered much .laudatory ,comment,l H. 'chose"
.....?:I'be' office'of, .county. .judge) :being<< hydrant near the ; Evening at Carson, ..HomeIn just as,It was intended that they should "The t "
.. ." _. fire the location wm' for the City Clerk to to each Wandering Jew": for his subject" ae
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.h"' ".n Stewart trand l be known at f go psofth6YrtCef'ahd'itglit'piati'otSoe" ..
ones ,.. :.Novel-Entettainip i t be;andjfjt Jsjieceseary to 7 .
;:; name of, Major T. M Murphy the thereby saving time and guesswork 1 "l -- pass aa ordinance and elaborated If'In" lire Interesting' and;', t --

"JJemocraUc: .nominee:. .}Comrade' 'The boys are-sporting-:,their hew month to collect light or water bills, The' Misses Carat entertained very the' to keep people,, from. ,treading helpful lDann.(,. 'H. spoke from C).n- ../ltt':... ;
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>' ;tewart was promptly called dowiu fle badges which' ,they purchased through. which he'has 'do e,for''several years, delightfully! ,Friday; 'evening with .* Will,grass 'out of existence then they .... 12L -Abraham he said,was called' --
; have ordinance
r'was Informed first, that he was not a .their Social Organization, Fund: not because 'It ,was;bin duty to'do so, chafing dish supper, In ,honor of their an prepared and the from Ur Chaldeeto,, ;' .;, be 'the- founder'' f '

I'>;delegate. and next: that.. he Republican! Department, meeting held''' Monday. but because be felt that be had sometime guests."'Miss 'Bryan and,, Miss'. Nancy same menL"; presented to e CouTMdt'fot. enact- of, tha'JewUh. i nee. '. ..

f.convention didn't propose to make Dem- evening; July, 16th ''at headquarters. to spare and that 1t Would be easier. Call Rrvanftl Danla. ,It -The name, ,"Jew". Is. 4 contraction of:..
is *
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"j";. Comrade Stewart:.subsided. Next the was received with regret.. His departure . >"Now,I will stele. that this Is not apart adorned with"aprons, ,and 'cards fancifully to as ,will:;:,be called upon this people for,their famous crossing ofthe :' !\}

(' .name of M.'Ill a Porter, of: Klssimmee from .the elf Jr .In, the ,'Dear future of,my duty and. that my duties to cut: In two were distributed, the draft. .ordinance' 'and it is to be*. Jordan .river They ..nherit.clth.l\ '
was offered. Mr. Porter demurred. He* caused his resignation.. James Buckles{1 my, office and to the City of Klssimmee matching of 'the'' separated portions It rigid Is"'to one, too. Ob/' frightfully! ; rigs' .l I name ."Israel''',' from: .their, patriarch'',. di, .

:aid he'was' disqualified ,because of the Mss 'elected president: tou fill the un x- and 'the. pgbllc will 'D permlt me to being an I Interesting feature In determining forbear demand that "every one. shall Jacob, who:!1 ,was: .tb1q'name ) for:,bit! '

. fact that he. was no lawyer, and next pired term:. Ch... Cain ',was elected continue' thus absenting<< 'myself,frvim +the partners,. for the evening. It 1a'deslgned'that to trespass on'the grass:; '"then power, with'the AngeL The Jews'wen'; '

;1- because be' eould .'' bear .:lle.was reminded rlcapresktenhat office having been the Clerk's' office.!_",Hence:-, ; In,, this' 'manner'I the;; 'guests I'were' assigned Ie if gentle persuasion chosen u a people of, 'Uestiny.Anil n... '
. : pot'effestlvi'that
. ,that the.. Democratic nominee neglected at the previous ."From this date I shall have to asheach' to the salad: sandwichfaig.. or stem"meuoreeshaij calved the JUw'of' Moses, toe ppebet 4 g ,4

;* ",was not'a lawyer. but; Mr.. I'ortel"w" :A:, by-law, committee. eonalsting- patron of, the;: light' and 'water limeade tables,'u their;cards directed.in ./ powerful| be' employed' 'to.-. make, the,'law- eles. 'sod the 'promisee :of ia'.o1': l n .3dempUon ,

firm In his refusaj to accept the nomlnatlon. President; .,: Buckles,, Vice-President plants to call/at the office and'','.settle. a abort time thereafter dining- After the', :: . 1 1v ..Their.differet''eapttritieatlYswere : ,''' ;(, '': +

He'said it might be all right for C. Cain, Secretary. his bills when the same are du'eu. room'prei.nted i.a. 'animated 'scene of be the ; ordinanc is'passed., It Will described e, disruption of,thefcr j* \ '

, "va. Democrat 'who Was'not.''t' lawyer to SamLupf. ., C, Q.:N."toa\J'r.uur.r-t.), "Should' your tvileror lights be cutout merry' maidens'and1 1 'unsophisticatedchefs "-especial: business of: every.policeman > kingdom through false. rulers,' and of f

hold the )Job, but he didn't think a Re:; TanoheldTa' meeting' to formulate by DON'T blame me."but 'charge it. to ., who', posed 'however,- with the : parkways jt(, and: Klaatmmsetoatch If' l'the' ,their. Anal:'dispersion' o.er' the world la1 .

publican elected to' the position, who law /ol' the control, of,the department .r THAT 'OVKBJHCHT OF T UB&\ 11 pulchritude, '' ...'. Oscar.'Thanks to any man. Is caught consequence ef, :their:;rejection- L the; S > t '

''was not legally qualified to fill It, would /'O banted ,
' stand much of a cb-.nc."to' bold it: Mr,;' Vt edn4 day-evening: regular:j>racticej:j'j; "J.'R. GILBERT: City Clerk.- they were ''not permitted, to spell any* Mayor.4'thatexecutay. up/hu before' the character An analysis was given of the' Jewie4t'' j +'

3 :..Porter's was the"moet: honored of any was>.held Thursday- evening, at which { thing, but .their-'dress. 'rehearsal was himself'.in'advance pledged .' He,i has:;cursed mankind ; ,

',; game before :the..convention:, 'He',was time a full attendance and an excellent|' ,N01ES .JURNfD' OVER stunningly! I effective.f, .Present"' Were without;merry>r .-to apply the. penalty 'with his,Injection of.the poisonous,commerdat -! s,,
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". placed In,, nomination, for three offices. practice. was,the pleasing result. j' ..._ .L, ; Misses Elizabeth, :Ann, and Inez'Carson; 1 Mayor 'e ; system of Phonic! Into the
being voted on for the?'office of'su- Some ;of: the, records, the .boys 'are i 10. MI".BI'&nMI.Nanc, ,' Call Bryan not' Bryan says'that: foe parkways} 'W..tent"world.., :Y.the) wai :'largely''
1 later.t .frying Company Securities: i for Miss Geoevieve are. :, flourishing they should simply driven to this -by the, band ef .
toerintendent\ of schools !and treasurer, making will be.etY'8n:, They are .. .,Crawford Miss' Mary '' perseeiKtion
". ? tne.last of which he accept*'d.." .4 roundin.-.' ',non'' :atiMnA. .lAAlw- ....t'-.aHllI- +|., 'Work'I AIrr.acfYtomplded... Canon, Miss'Verona Holt; Mid Phyllis: 'through because.of them the,)Indiscriminate He'hopes pasting : Mcb;{bt',.many,land':would not' it
: 1 i to see an suffer him to owns
Boon bee manufacturer _
be able Jarrell or ''
Some' of the offices ".rlt.not filled by togive some excellent re' *,*, At a special meeting of'Council held ; ,Mepsrs."Edgar, ,Dusenbury. ordinance passed iooi,i eo that the hone.The. v
proper a tribe had to bold close ; .
suits < torgether ,
R..G.I
'' Lee-Jarrell. 3
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tne because"o t Wednesday ,D.-Knyken- a
convention, f'tbe lack of ;evening resolution'was : ,authority for '
protecting the esplanade and be'abl.. to
Regular : aid on'short'notice
available mef.' Tllea.;trere'passed for' , : first:, department' m.etlnfr'n'ghu'are : j passed;directing the treasurer 1. Z. (dall l Eugene 'Bryan. Albert,' Parker, ,,;p. .wUl be Rv.o.U.! Is thoror ab.x! In ., In'the': "discrimination give' .' '
the Weaver of;the
'' and,third. Monday of each Roberaon 1 , I"H.Reeae. ; ,,
the presentandthe'omiesionsreferred'to to .turn"O over,to the Alabama, accord with the
JTs.
purpose of the V,. Scriptures
month.<' "; ) ; : Holy in, the his J '
the executive'committee( b4 :< t ', > : ,1 Paving Co. the notes of the .' : i
filled ',property to.lmpro. parkways, trnd promises.. bis.sYR t
.. home life he has been .
bat
latar; '- Regular. practice JeachWednesdsy! .owners fer: the paving''work.' ?BUSY BASSENGER assist a, ;
thus to
: iris them in that be I', rmeasure
way can be h. been
u .ye : every, perhaps so ;in ,a larger! r
u" ''i The concrete results. :of. the egnreihint . .-: ine.at.'lSO'.and"Frid y..t ;i 4-20, 1 completed... The*ampitot of.the securl ," .- i officially; I by ,his, irnpre.slble"love. ['
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;. were as follows ; / '' necessary., 1 urn I thud 'transferred,; ,was I $8,840.7C foasortdatealttl 'The ladies y bireta'oomplete"schemefor' : .
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:Committee on, pe permanent, orjraoisal a film te be shown at aptly the Pastime of.j jA resolution,was paased..changing' the '}V'Ith the prospect of.araHioad. : ;; and keeping people off, the grass:"then.:In God end Ihe prophecies be has onoonsdousry -?, : .I'. ,
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dons F.O. Munsell'. J. .' storm .the mte..tbearlnlr./rnote. so that by order to make It # "
M. Anderson, atel"'tonlpt. .The' .ubect''te' Male that no means a distant one, Bassenger unnecessary for folks testified. to the l. I&7'of the ,A' .
.,". ,AM, ,.-Doughty. ,'J.'L Cumautog%/'1l; H.. Paige, ,.the'well': known actress I In '''1 I the' notes may have'interest1 eon- for so long a :'trading'post and ode to walk' on the'grass;/hey "" her ]pen* attached:. This was upon ,request ef the most isolated open walks through' the parks; also of bops.; His face inset I. '?t1
\Porter, *: i iCreden'ualsu first' spots Jn the State, ,, to the future.;,"4
appearance": at a'.moUon there Will.
,. ; picture pf the paving company.;' The Is pretptbly be la time a Ledge According to the
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SALEat CROWDED TERM IS EXPECTED to the needs of modern school arTane. it pay 1 ? r
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." .. Better Facilities for Kissimmee Does'it pay the teacher? Trade
'#, location for school is splendid, but the or
Schools Imperative.- Great Will It pay the farmer T
e, I' school authorities will desire a new r w,
I .. 'I, Discomfort and Die atis>' building,just as the court house officials GRASP THE OPPORTUNITY '. ,,: .
faction Last Year will want a,pew building' i- Can you afford to' go on in the same .

It has occurred to the school,officials old ruts 7, Not 'when .Improvement I .
., .' ,;, '. . Kissimmee must 'have better school and county officers that while there is possible. The necessary knowledge is H_ rte.a I.

<' facilities.! The imperative need ia more an a&itatJon.afoot to issue" bonds..for.. now within your reach.); .Will 'ou'r&8P
b ,' 'KISSIMMEEFURNITURE .. room The attendance has already outgrown the improvement of the county roads,'! the opportunity and profit thereby each .
.'. ", ,, I \, the'' proportions of the present the need for a new court house and additional -. and''qyery day,.throughout: the remaining 9 M

: school building. The capacity of the school room should come' in for: years of.ypur, life?, ?
.\ consideration also.. You -want .laggr' crops. You want Two 2'Cyl'j; :
house. was,taxed, during the last school 1 ;
..4 ; -1' ;a" I I ;year,' and there 'is no prospect that the To Issue $500.000 worth of bonds and less toil. You waht\ore money. You \
.\ , attendance will ever be smaller 'The devote $100,000 to the building: of a want more of the necessities' comforts
j. ", '" ,0 COMPANY court house and school would and ]luxuries of life. Do },* to
,,, \,(!'J'." natural expectancy Is that the attend new help \.want :
t;. oJ"; ':,* <.. :',',"., ante will be considerably larger. to carry the I issue with the people no know how to get them 7- Hen jt" is ; . Reo Autos iL: ;.
:,' Principal R. M. Evans, who has just doubt. Prepare yourself foe more effectup :
returned-,from bit- vacation 'scent in' service. Learn ,to work in harmony :.:
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\\'t:: Georgia, has opened his office in the DEATH OF SAM E. BASSHad with Nature's Learn laws;-not antagonistically - ". :. .7'.t .
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Cash Only Osceola High: School, and is preparing. to them. why, as well as V. .
: ', ",, conditioned! pupils for the opening bow. Devote ashort' time exclusivelyto ". \.t
) ;t the fall t rm. Out of: a total 687 enrolled Number of Relatives and Prom- the study of the facts and fundamental .. "\ ".. '
_._ school last the : principles) that have been discovered .''' {
in the year percentage Connected _,
inently Here. by the beat farmers that have ,'
did 'is I
of those who not pus :B
I lived and farmed "in by. W.\ >; .. '..f 1.
remarkably smalL The record was one The Americus, Ga., News has the years gone : ..r.
'. of unusual achievement' although the following',regarding the 'death of Sam I Take a Farmers'. Short Course in Agri
.,: .. conditions under whiM! the work was I E. Bass, who at one.time was a promInent culture. It will cost only $25, but it \*

k ), 1 _' '. done were at times unfavorable. business man of this city : will prove the beet f.investment you MA KINSON"- ,- -i
.' The lower grades were the most "S. E. Bass,52 years'of age, and until ever made. It can '$,ot be taxed, and '"",1

,+/ 'i i .-MM1nnMn\nYnn" ..._.***.*..*.%.__....._..,.-_.._.....NN.r crowdedparticularly the fourth. It II two years ago a prominent resident yet, like an annuity it will produce an- '

,\ t' seemed a little queer that the fourth of Macon, died Thursday afternoon at nually throughout a life-time. .. - '
{ i i 1 grade: should have been the particular I Americus, at the family residence. The Not having: taken a Short Course in Ie ;ill '

'i. Brick BrickUt grade to experience such an unusual body will be shipped to Macon for I Agriculture you do not know the good .. ... .". . ... , .' ,.,
I I" i l expansion. It became necessary to divide funeral and -interment. It will reach it would do you. Would it npt be wiseto "

; this grade: into two sections:! hear- this city this morning at 3:30: o'clock, investigate the matter Your future tl9
II ing one division in the forenoon and the over the Central of Georgia Railroad. success may depend upon the de
:; = Brick a i other in the afternoon, in order to provide Immediately upon arrival, the funeral cision. Heed the advice of those who "

., I accommodations at all. This arrangement and interment will occur at Evergreencemetery. have pursued a Short Course. Continuenot
i ..= 'I which waa tne best and I in the hard school of experience'

only way possible for the teachers to Mr. Bass is survived! by one daughter, learning what is already known and can

{ 30,000 Per Day :I handle the situation, met with instant Mrs. O. C. Cumbus and one son, Elli be quickly Imparted to you. You have I
Output r tried the old and found it difficult
and not infrequently indignant protest son Bass, both of Macon. Many friendsin way
.r from the parent They couldn't understand Macon will be grieved: to learn of the and unprofitable. Why not try a bet-

Can furnish on short notice the = ,, whv their children were being: death of Mr. Bass." I ter way 7

'<5" best common brick manufactured held out of- school half the time when Mr. Bass was a brother-in-law of Take a Farmers' Short Course in Ag
the children of other persons were given Mrs. R. T. Butler of this city, and hasa riculture. 9
in the State, in any quantity. a full day's attention. Supt. Evans', number of relatives in Osceola The instruction is free.

From one to ten tsars on hand at telephone was kept busy in trying to county. Several years ago he moved Board at cost. aoo '
.. '. explain the situation, which was never from Kiseimmee to Macon, Ga., where No age: limit.
,; all times to fill rush orders. fully explained to the parents' satisfac- he engaged in railroading, and later No educational requirements.No .

'. Wire or phone orders and inquiries at our. expense tion. moved to Americus, where he died. exami word for admission. I I The Qualityof
i f. ---- It is needless to state that Mr. Evans His many friends here will be grievedto You can to take it.
and Supt. Sears and the members of the learn of his death. You can not afford! to miss it.

school board realize the need for addi- l COST. '
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f K St. Petersburg Novelty Works tional room. Nothing: has -been done Tuition free. , .. . . $00 00 \
so far looking to more space for the JUDGE for YOURSELFi Board, room, light: and heat 15 00 KORRECT l
1 I approaching term, but it is likely that . .
Books 10 00
laundry, stationery
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l , for the schools to open, Sept. 2. Is Better Try An Experiment Total .. .. . . $25 00 SHAPE J

1 "Unless some arrangement f Is made, .or Profit by a Kissimmee Citizen's WILL IT PAY 7 ,\

? I, look for the high school building: to Experience.' Put the question squarely. Oxfordsjs '
h N f;I be overcrowded from the beginning," v Answer it candidly.Act .

I said Mr. Evans, this week. ."I am not Something,new is an experiment. accordingly.: ..
l In position to say what should be done Must be proved be a* represented. Act now. I well known.'r .
about'it. I know that" additional room The statement of .a manufacturer il Write to J.:.J.. Vernon Dean of the
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I is hard to' get It 'difficult to find not convincing proof of merit.* College of Agriculture University' .

vacant store rooms, or vacant houses Hut the endorsement of friends 'is. Florida, Gainesville, for a catalogue "

$ 4 Any IOrt'of'arrangement of this kind Now,,supposing you had a bad back, which gives: in detail the work and advantages W ny u.l I,." I ..' ,.'", 'rii
T t lJ .n 1h would necessarily. be'temporary." A Lame. Weak or Aching one, -' ) offered farmers and their sons. t r.t",.'.'v S' A'.I. /.} 'i

Which'led" up to a conversation as to Would you experiment it ? at the Farmers' College., Yourshould i .;
.. to the needs for permanent school room. You will read of,many so-called cures. AGRICULTURAL COURSES OFFERED 'BY "

The present school building la as large Endorsed by strangers from faraway THE COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE.

' Lands; in Osceola County as.ft ought to .be, in the opinion of places. A Four-year Collegiate Course.A buy at .
constructed that it different'when endorsement
many,'and it ia so It's Two-year Short Course.
-,--- without off comes home.- . .1'
be'added shutting from
cannot; Sbort-Coun .
Furnished by ,.A One-year
\ , the, light and ventilation,' The arrangement ,Easy to prove local. 'testimony. A Four-month Farmers' Short WHIDDEN'SWhen t ,
, . ( of the auditorium on the Home 'endorsement Is the proof that .1.
-: : floor, 'conceded 'to be bad box of Doan/s Kidney Pills. Course. / ;
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,;; -R. G. rjOHNSTON the third. ,18 every A Four-week Farmers' Short Course.. 0'j
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., : and would be equally bad ,to"eonvert Read this caae i ,j
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". y-- .; "':" ,: .: : ,* CLERK OF ciRCUIT COURT the third floor in o class rooms./ '/ ,Mrs. J.' L. Beaman Lake, St.. Kis Home Study Correspondence,- Courses for you buy a pair of". .'

:' ':; ': I . -' II I Some:previous discussion': has been simmee; Fla., says:: ."!, haven taken ........ /Correct Shape Oxford*"
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;: 0' < 'to' I; bad concerning the possible adaptationof Doan'l. Kidney Pills and have found

,/ ; -" --- >Prices'of Abstract are Governed( ; by Statutes of. ; court house for high''school pure; them very.boneflcIaL. I.. used' this rem A ,Reliable Southern Newspaper. ,'you have the satisfaction: x xof

. "J'.JI '. c ' poses and Issuing, bonds.to build new edy when suffering' from kidney and The Savannah Morning News reaches knowing that'you<< "r
: ,....' ,' thcStatc'o f Florida and> It brought me so J:
. court ho ..).', v bladdertrouble Kissimmee on the same day and at the comae
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.J-\':" .'I" '. J.' .. site is an ideal place for school It. ,,,1"know, that' Doan's Union does..., The' Savannah News was of value and comfort
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'., ,1r.i / ; I and,that 'the 'court bouse1 Is( too.,tar Kidney ,'Pills can always'" be relied' established,some fifty years ago by' Col., that is i possible to put J'

-. I'A": ,:- from the business:center\of;Jtlisi.town, upon." v ', .. J, II. EstilU The paper acquired many
u' I" 0 ,. here are objections,",to the,plan,- but f'or sale by ail dealers.. Price 60 subscribers:in Florida years ago,who into a pair. of shoes: \ ;,,
the -problejn) U ''one which Is'' being; center FosterjMilburn': Co., Buffalo still remain on!. the:list,. and for that "I I' : '

;, thought,about by:> good, many people New.York.sole agents'for' ;the'. United' length of/ time.:'it bas been known as ,
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York Syndicate will'Finance The present, court: % house*is not,a moddera Remember ,the,, nam"'Doan'sandke News Is easily one of the foremost'b4Southern | L.M. ,
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Y'r'' --11 pxsert Retslrcr,of lUllrculi.'Water.. Bondi.Eketrlo Btoek, Mlninr.., *e. I'Timbw.lnrli.Ua. -' .building and js'" note suited ,to.the 'no other.. newspapers.'i,, Its full Associated !' I I i
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'Watches' ClocksJewelry I : ,Sow lUprwmtativ*..KIaaJ.....F..ic.. business. :'The ''Vault.'for;the county Choice Vacant Lot well paid correspondents, .' posted well WEIDDEN'r
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'' over the field it coven' It Is first and
0" records I Is not'large enough tojtold thebooks "
t 'No.'470-This choice lot is located foremost and all the time a newspaper,
Etc. actually,Jn use to say nothing of one' block' west >of the court house on telling the ,news graphically as it happens '
the,'old records';:; It Is certain,. that a Emmett;;'atreet, in best resident seer and ratting it 'to.the people.while &'Co.
+, { + rRRy .CITIZENS: BAM ,W'O 100:; Acres.: new.yault will have to be' built sponi Has frontage' ot 73 feet on"..fcmmtjtt !; -;. it I. still fresh. The price of the daily \ . .
Yi1 lOrf 'a cb is In the street,; extending back 147) feet. and Sunday paper per.year Is $8daily
matter
FLOOR' acres portion 1 and this was] a for comment ,by
1 I GROUND city limits, at KO per acre and on euy Few ;; orange. >and'grapefruit trees on without the Sunday.paper, $e;' Sunday::
I ' : .FLORIDA payments.\ :' R.T. >.:Waring & Co.: ,19-1 Judge Perkins' during'" the. last term of" the lot., JOn sewer and water fines,:' i A paper. $2: w.eklylaaued twice a.week; ,, THE SHOE. OUTFITTERS.
KISSIMMEE "
court. :. bargain at$050.H one ,.year, $1; 6 months, CO cents; ,3 ', 01

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yT :. ,.It'. ,.there is practically no.clearing no stumps to remove' .;:no.p Jmetto' 'Ito crub-they.. :;: !' ready. :for" .the, ,,, t plow. ." : right, now. If'you' desire a high class'

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Cream, of'the State's News Especially Compiled for,, the Readers '
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hare for sale a splendid 20 acre farm about mile f "
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'and Retail Dealer inGROCERIES- **' '4' of the Valley, Gazette. i, 11 from, the county seat: has rich, dark: soil, very productive ;1

. about half in cultivation; new house stables, some fruit planted "

', Frank L. Mayes editor of the Peniaola while,,and now they cant get''down"to out .Splendid, proposition* Price $1500.) f? .,, ,,
: Journal, devoted a'page in last business and go forward., .w.-.

\ Sunday's Issue of his paper,, to "Bryanat'BaltimotL" -. die '' '
BUSBV FARty-rWe: also have In > same, ,neighborhood
It was an Interesting DeLand has organised a, business '
summary of the Nebr.skan's activities league and it ha, started 'out* with. aftourl.h 20 acres of land; 16 acres in fine state of cultivation, .,.,' '4- ; i
,WE SELL WE' BUY fenced and cross fenced,, 4' hOI tight for with "
Democratic acres pasture
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!during convention.. to great things. ...for. .. .DeLand._ { .
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HAY ," HIDESGRAIN' The commissioners of Dade: : county Frank Wldeman, a DeLand boy,won I 8 room box house porches,' several different out buildings t
have 'decided to plant, Australian pineson the Inter-collegiate! oratorical med.I'ln
,chicken house ,chicken sheds; S irap. arbors, lots of guavas,
., FURS ; the public roads in that county. 'Thetree. the contest held In AtI.ntlc'City re-
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'. . are to. be set an feet apart and 141 I I cently.;;. peaches, Japanese persimmons// plums berries and. various ;
FERTILIZERS !
WOOL t feet' from the center of the, road on -. 'other fruits; a fine line' of beautiful:4Iye oak trees surrounding M '

! ,SHINGLES \ AND' ..1 Iach"alde.* making an 'avenue 88 feet ,Palatka will have a good roads:rally. 'the House also pretty palms, nice cedars, magnolias, and soft

,ORANGE" B03CES . . . \ wide. The Australian'1' pine is fast' of August 8th. 'maple about the'house' About,2 miles from ,the center' of

ALL growth, affords good shade and will assist ,- town. This place: can purchrsed for $2500 'on favorable "
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i ORANGE WRAPS" in\ retaining the moisture on the The Western Publisher printed in It* '" .
COUNTRY roads, which Is essential to the smoothness last tuueeeveral pictures taken of the terms of payment: ,. Fv

VEOETABLBCRATES and lasting qualities of the Dade I Florida Press Association in Palatka,

CRATE NAiLS PRODUCE county road material, I thus doing more for the glory'of the FLEMING HOME-Contains 5 acres of rich fertile land r.

ItIf i ---- association than any. paper in, Floridadid. about 40 young citrus '.fruity| trees besides,., peaches, ,

I The Sisal Hemp'and Development Co., 1 different kinds of berries fine line of ornamental '
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,We.. sell field and a.rden' seeds of all kinds.. ,- of St James City Lee county is,preparing (
5, 'We 'give special' attention to fitting, out hunting and camping to erect a large factory for the The won .n'*club. of West, Palm ,and nice' flowers in' :the front yard; splendid 6 '
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manufacture of the raw product. The Beach I.I making preparations to entertain porch in front'and on one side outbuildings,:deep 1

parties. < company has been developing Its prop- the State, federation ot women' soft water. This propertY'can be had .for $21OO. ,
Free delivery In city limits. Phone' No. 12. erty In Lee county for the pact three club to gather'there in November. the city limits. .' .

f We are county agents for good fertilizers.: Ask us for circular years, 'lIt owns some 4,000 ,acres, and : _jf

and prices on fertilizers. has 250 acres planted in hemp1. ArthurW. Charles H. Brinson, 'a progressive <
Knowles is chief promoter. He tanner of Suwannee county, has a field We have on''Not1b Main St a magnificent home

JULY CU..KA"'ANOK:: PI'llOt3. & NOW ON I knows the hemp business from the of: corn that will average a productionof on 83 by1 155 feet, of ground, 8 room house with 2 ba

ground up; having had extensive experience between fifty and .sixty bushels to lots of closets fire places,:splendid porth'ea;, out ;

1Maas; 'BrothersTamp T facturing in growing it. the plant and manu the acre. is convenient{ and comfortable. All' in',first. class ; r <'

garage, buggy shed, stable, wood shed; servants '! ; '
The St. Lucie Tribune of Ft. Pierce,
o ufh 7Jtari The first'issue of the Delray Progress is seven years old and has started upon nice bearing orange trees beautilul shades on all '

7iJ4O/P 1fCenterof has been published. The editor is Mrs.J. its eighth year with fine prospect for house., This splendid property carl' be purchased ;

Floridai ** M. Cromer, the associate editor Mrs. growth and profit. The Tribune is one I on favorable terms'of paymet. Best reasons for

a T. A. Tasker. This is the only paperin of Florida's best newspapers.Lake .

- Florida conducted by women. ) COTTAGE HOME-Here we have a very 1
City is making an effort to RetIree
George N. Saunders The automobile owners of Palatka delivery of mail. The office ha with a beautiful view of the lake, 6 nice rooms 3

will oppose the payment of the specialtax been advanced to second ,class, the revenue house in good condition comfortable, pretty yard.

BOAT BUILDER on motor cars S. J. Hilburn has I from it during the past year having beautiful view of the lake good. neighborhood. Price

been employed to oppose the collection been in excess of $10,000. terms If desired.. '
Agent for "Ferro"aDd "Eagle" Engines of the tax. The law is alleged to be| k

_.< rm. BatoiiM Fin Eltl..llheo--- unconstitutional. The Palatka autoists The editor of the Tallahassee True FLA.'I:
KISSIMMEE FLORIDA think that there is no more justice in Democrat is happy over the wet or dry BROWN FARM-40 acres of land a quarter

a..ttwoar.+ar..ntrowsw collecting a tax from them than there election held there last week and announces railway station, 200 yards from school and church; ,

I would be in exacting a like tax from the result under a' black-line house; 12 or 14 acres in cultivation;' several

wagon and buggy owners. heading "Glory to God in the High trees, most all excellent citrus fruit land. Prices.

, DOllED. Lews.IPBHNCE .:. GEftGY There are several-candidates for the el t." acre, favorable terms. of payment." .
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apeakership of the next Florida house Truck and Utrus Fruit Land.

The Oldest and Largest Insuran e Agency in Osceola County of representatives, namely, Forrest No. 462! -Seven and one-half: acre of In the same neighborhood we have 71 acres of '
LIFE ACCIDENT HEALTH Otis R. Parker of Ft. from the convenient to school and
, FIRE Lake of Sanford *. the best truck and' fruit land in Kis- yards depot,
PHOMB IIS -- 3tf. Pierce and Ion Farris of Jacksonville.. simmee P.rk'Thi.: land is in proximity acre oran e'4rI'0"e..12 or 15 acres"rnor cleared and .

---- -- W. A. McWilliams: of SL Augustine Is to the lake. Call on us and we will 'plant to'oranges- 4 room house stables; excellent,
'I: mentioned but hasn't signified hit intention -
E of candidate.A put you in touch with the owner; you acres'L which is fine for citrus fruits, balance lies
becoming a
deal direct with him. This
can prop- the artesiah belt, excellent for farming and tru: ; ,
erty is offered at a great reduction'
BAN I ISSIMMEE '
$ TATE ( OF mass meeting has been called by from what land In this locality is selling 'splendid property has a very-. bright and .

the mayor of Monticello to decide the for Price $5,000. time on'$3OOQ-1f-desired.; }
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Oldest Bank in Osceola County momentous question as'to whether cows 24-tf H. M. BREAKER, & CO. ( t" i' ,
shall be kept toff the streets of that
We. have mahy other farms, ranches; orange I
... Deposltory.for. quaint village. Splendid Residence Lot '
city property for, sale. Correspondence solicited. !
UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT STATE OF FLORIDA
No 463-Fine, large, vacant corner ,
COUNTY OF OSCEOLA CITY OF KISSIMMEE William B. Lamar erstwhile attorney lot 80xl47i feet close to lake.:: Splen .--,... "p ,

CAPITAL STOCK FULLY PAID.. ...,..... : j..,BO.OOOOO' general of Florida and congressman did location,; good neighborhood.' We C ,

'; ;. SURPLUS. . .. ., :. ,. . . .,.; .. .,, ,., .',\30.000.oo'." from the Third district,; Is urging his are offering this large lot at the very NELSON:= REALTY: ;< ;

V I, bTO .:KHOLDERS'!! LIABILITY ... . .,. .. ..;.'..8O.OOO.OODEPOSITORS' good home roads.county It Jefferson is pleasant, to to hear bond from for low&price Co. of" $400 cash." H. M. Breaker 16-tf ," . .," '''t_....,. to'4 11-:.r''" s',:1k1 '.' " .." ,,,,; ,, ., "".,\ t"1" i"'." j ,

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r -c . SECURITY. ; ,-iw. .S13O.OOO.OOINTEREST \. .. 'I William B. once in a while, : .,'' r' OverCitizena',, Bank'."" KISSIMMEE. I ;
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SAVINGS Splendid Investment.. )
PAID IN DEPARTMENT -
The r.tsl. being waged No.'466.-It certainly exasperatingto :
SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT war against
by the health departments of Tampa,. see'an opportunity making big,

C. A. Carton Jno. M. Lee M. Katz N. B. Carson Jacksonville, Pensacola and Key West, quick money, and then not be able to ,

.. Pres't Vice-Pres't. 2d.Vice-Pres't! .Cashier. the presence cause for bubonic...the: onslaught plague_ _In_being Cuba.the A take hold of it.lee We,and can't'We.-buy all witting, thegood'thingswe : ............, .. '." ....'.. ..' ...'S. '

strict quarantine has been established. to pass them along to our friends. 2EMIL' '.MACH: ERNEST MACH, ,

Hera's a .ureone-l13 acres all platted J ..... Otl'C...: .
.- and;, ready for sale in five and ten acre 2
JOHN 'B.., STETSON UNIVERSITY John Bryan of Danla shipped box tract, located within IJi .mile of our : r.r :'MACH: :EROS '
of grapefruit from his Dania grove last : : ',
LINCULN.NULLEYP1I. D., Lttt. D., LL D., PreaMdesit' week. It is said to be the only Instanceof passenger depot on and in close proximity :

THE BEST SCHOOL TOOOOOD" FOR'YOUR CHILDREN grapefruit being shipped from Florida :I county.to the We best are offering hard road the in tract Osceola In a J. ;Livery, Feed:: and Sale Stable l'

I ... Send Them' to Htotsoa* Fall Term Begins Scot. 28 in July. John Bryan la a brother of ''
body at.a,,very'attractive' "price.: No
r 4*Pwotoncl Instructor. Roll**of Ltberml Arta Senator N. P. Bryan. : ,Agt.:\ ternotiouai'Horvestlua Co. .
f, '17ilniTnltrBuUdinc; *, Collem. Law .c further expense necessary to place It :
. 98 Aera.Campua ,t olleva. of Technology 5))
i' MM Collav*of Bualnaai on the market In small tracts.. See us. -,', ...' =: : :NAB ,. 2ir-aCT rItYGI 'Z **JWt 4M ,
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V M..l, o.o tc.t--t Praparatarr Academy. Mrs;Lulu Hayes Lawrence the newspaper ,,24-tf. I H. M..Breaker Co. 3 x' <
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\a,' c 110 elm cop Volul.pip Organ Library. .NormaIBe.School ".ehanle Arta ,woman off Orlando,"is touring :,- - Everything hew and first class. We' render prompt and., "" ,'
:' 10:......LaboratarlM for Rclano. School of MualoalEgoipmmit and is the R Twenty
Europe furnishing *porter- Bargain in Acres .
t -...,...... t"- School of Floe ArtaSeparate .satisfactory service day or night .+' ,
Dorailtorlaa r..sad _.....: Crl adr'lal.tr. Star ot ,Orlando"a'.erie.. of originally Twenty J
Inryvmmf yommg -
acre of land less than 'one
... ... .. '. ONE.HALF: 'PASSENGER 'Dlip 'yd
j J tloa rouaha.prvFor .1.-. Caratl* aMt not actarl taachlas. fresh ard ,,interesting letters from the BLOCK:PROM T .
.. -. ..... ....... mile'from' tomce. A'&OOd locationfor
' Catalog* or vl._for la >ra atlo ot r root rva oa aa< old world., She is in of Florida po 1
a party Phone, 113
Z''Kissinitee Fla.
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a subdivision; Can be had for $65per '
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JOHNB., STETSON, UNIVERSITY 'DELAND'n.o
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mIi A people ,they are having, .
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, ,' ,. I< Nice (Home close to Lake.: b'
" c t . tJ The Florida, supreme. court has ;adjourned
THE STATE .UNIVERSITY FLORIDA' STATE COLLEGE'' FOR WOMEN for the summer and will not ''N',,46G- new I 5-room. coita'ge",two aA..A..ae..tufac. .. a .m. .
MIRESVIUE, aomot ., '50x164 -
I' ' until October. large lots, feet 'e eb., splendid
ROT SESSIOII CPEM SErTEMIE TRE 171'.t.t2 TALUNAUEE ,. reconvene ,..' well of artesian water, fifteen bearing
.. The Onlvcnlty of FrkrfcU uffen. .xeollmt op Cx.ll.-c*of Arta and Selena. Normal School -.i'I Feed and Sale StaSiff.
th.lit..... .... .Mioma ..._ trees; Call and this Livery
,y ", portunlty for p' with KlndVmrUn Department.School of.._.... ,, third orange see. proposition.
The State convention of the
Uott of Florida rant men .t the scrum cost of School of Ark Uehool of Eam uslon. Horn EOOB.omlc . : ., :
" b.ln" Hlirh moral Ion Scholarly/....altJr.. Bra .Department with t-xtcnaloa, DI.........Beautiful party fathered by &Roosevelt ,Price' '$1,200. y tALL
Ulal..lldm.o. Attretiv. cainpua l early set .location baartlful bulldlnca awl (Iret-elaai HMl Breaker A:;Co. I
y i r par ant Ineraaa. *In attmdane* durtiut the patNreyean. equlDinant .......-" Tuition free Other w will begin,In, Ocala the*afternoon of" *.124tf" a i ...i...i.t I KINDS OF, HEAVY HAULING .It
L..d.rI.Athlytie.and..tbor I form .
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, cf atiidnt aetlvlUM.. S ad for eataimiru*. ,EDWARWONRADL Pram Saturday, Jul.121.T'; H. L.,Andetaon, a New, Bungalow.No. A SPECIALTY "- .. '
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...lit. J A A. MURPHRKR Preo.I" '
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of Ocala at the
___"----'-- -.- ----" prominent attorney 461=New Vroom' bungalow, on .' ,
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,!1 _, head of, the movement Florida., : 'New'supply of' 'Agent'for the
.1 lot ,60x142<< 'i feet,,located ,within three .
I fLORlDA'S.OLDEST COLLEGE blocks of Broadway,'the main ... Runabout Rubber-lira' ..Queen City Buggies andCarriages i
: Co'tl"ege' Spuinees ,. .
'R' Oi4l1 S. WINTER PARK. FLORIDA. George LaBruce, an engineer who has street and, in'one block'', of. .Osceols. p: Buggies,,_. -, "' . '
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"' been with the Fellsmere "" I t 1 __ .
i Depa."tlt.-CoU"lCe'Acamemy. School ot Mutie, School. of Fine ,.Art., a company baa biRD school.: Price $1,400., ,: : 'B.; .'A; M''cA" DO'O'P1' \
School of Expression, School of Domestic and Industrial Arts.. Business School, accepted podtlon'uader J. O. Wright, .24tf , H. M.: Breaker\ A. Co.Modern .. -- '. _, -J'
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. ;" Courses for Teachersr' I chief 'drainage engineer In charge of. v, rrDtpVr'inYnY. .. !-. -- Pg---. iF--RfR rYAirY. <'B"B. !
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FacultyTwenty Professors and Instructors prepared the foremost ,the Everglades work.* Mr. LaBruce ; ';
f. Universities of America and Europe. will have superintendcy of the drainage Up to Date .Home. ?,
: ..LcK.ttoa.-On Atlantic Coast Line,'and Seaboard Air Line 143 miles sooth
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". ", operations south .of Lake Okee- No. 464-$3,600-Near: ; "modem .six- JkT -
Jacksonville, qn ,the famous "Florida Heights; In one of the most. beautifuland 1, '
healthful towns in the South;,no malaria., : : chobee., .v' room cottage,'bath, lavatory, hot and :
Btulalnas.-Ten commodious attractive buildings; Science Hall costing n -, cold:'water, electric lights; beautiful S. S.: BUZZA &. SON.
$40,000 now in process of erection campus of 25 acres, sloping Lake,Virginia The commissioners of the new county expenslvelmantela, new furniture' nice .. ,.
:.-' which) is connected by navigable canals with three other lakes; separate (1'., ,
outside room for each student; electric. lights; fire protection; quarter of s million Pinellas have agreed to call an election raga' Honsetfnmisbed complete;ready y i \
dollars endowment' '. .' to authorize bond liens for road build for oocupaney:" Large lot 83x1471 feet,, 'ement'and( Concrete '
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base ball basket ball. tennis swim. I '. .. , ,
boating ,
Athletic* --Foot ball fcolf ; ing and);other purposes, the amount of on which lare twenty full bearing or'ang. ".
.mina'( required gymnastics.' Golf halts and gymnasium are as fine.as any in-the the Issue to be between, $300,000: and .trees..* Located: three and s ;/ Work', of, all''Kinds'
undenominational _
control.
Sooth. 1 thoroughly: Christian bat m spirit and -; ,
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"; l .. .Per.oasa......add.. "',< <'I S500.000.. The county seat Js to remain half blocks"of the' postofflce; on beautiful ,'', I
* : at Clearwater forever, according ,to s \ Verona street In ':the best :SIDEWALKS A, SPECIALTYResidence : ,
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WM. If.. BLACKMAN..PH... D.. LtD. PRESIDENT. l 28-13t very'' .. .," !,. ,/
'1 resolution adopted,.bytb., board at the ael, aborbo cL' Call and let us show .
BINet
last meeting. Tbjs settle:! a ooetrovereythatbatbeen i you 't Ids beautiful 'home f,Terms Son pbu.lSB": ', Uabbrtte r ,yq 'a

; O tr Job"Printing Department, Is. Right Up to':,Date c '..Sgitatfngj"thegood part pffpnrchaae price'If desired.',* Office.Phone 182 Y.. ; 1 ; .'. I, near,DQUoghass t: rnalsn.trpt Ava.' t i; ..1
,people of the: new, for, .Z&.liJ' <" H. M; BBCAXXB ,
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1 will toes be niae..d.< Weriwo iI .
tie die ever ties a- fit( Dixieland
-t7 prone If -.in
+ GROWERS 1 1. E---r. at 5.. __ JIftCt1.... :
: {for amc.wl.d .m rATigat.vr. = ....
tired en.. a.& red. ....-.,. sad ,
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with a good aq etlt. tLetwaslean.ir3.d ....
w ; wau.ta, sad
We trace* a s?*c:a2iT: cf &vtoif' practical darectisei for the ; rEmj tttirtess at doe G.I.--. M ,

a fxaJU2eoeet of tail *ad: cros.4 -sne4ar e< eos .. rft< kC2V etao J I sea renos, bat dine ssT them Ntt The seat ...dale was apeIIt i.s.mm.e .JDiI, I HavkxJae&lratfaJthinthefutura of 'Klssimmti' we have ::1
allAIr..... trot. ktresrerr trip 1 trade ft bust sa of which we feel r
oar hooey 1 have built a
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&*eaa* trouble If y*:J ate rye setter orjf7vra< ct W1I ad -. +ag averts
: tbe tVisujs evict exccricsteed. After, l !. aod trust fair dealing to //nerit' a continuance l'
pa rtJaT not ec+.$rel, gut roar u:pectal3acl write us in i of sTJKkjtM its Rjmwndit** 1t ;Laity' breakfast( ea>e ,.,..n;, lift far tiedrie FalitrF w ., JIII9IIIII, y i I cf a Ivxe portion of the real estate bus!lr!*& in this tection. If a::

tj TOW Remember tt..et'4Lk'. res ed1 or "er..une; for aina&tterery :+ tlswlii's Casssk.. where tlay arrrred i.tisefa.lat.deirer ,streets, std .tirr'Lnevardti' and ... i !' yea'desire a home In Ib most favored section r/f Florida for the .'';

'.! r - :- trewib5 The etirttSao wfcfcfc: .e s txS: oat *s baaed oo', *i , Ia.> the sea.l tte..eP.11U.t4aT biewaiggc3tl t McaSest price trot property can be secured ford we invite you toGI' l'I
riirellhe L l
float .I toe. trot .. .
t over dirty years pfacticaJ txperiK&f safvSttaexteA by the most: ( .J t i ..... lfetaaied arToop.ta jt iI_ Lake I DO t13.i, .

carefid aeieat&s'siuSy, 'Hvcca: : ... cf rrsr-er are prcCJac by FteSi .wfcscik, isCsssip aarer led: : I !'"ig..wi ..waS<-ua.. i. ; I We offer Vacant Resident Property Improved City Prop-

r tJis service. bat we wart to reach c"'.!Q getter ouroben; The t and the reeteC tfcc.AS tyca:1.et wereMvcUe's bath tux G.tf.* lt xx.and! the Atlas. I; arty Truck Farms, Orange Grove and Colonization Lands at :,

+f ;ii uece acf the. cyer 4 the fawodaSion cf ;rspe- ty f?f'i i : : fair doe ef then tie o-aa; two rxibostda ........ ttnfft ; J01I"nf..rius: to t:!e.obtained. :i iI
bad autnuMAihi ae. het. batwere '
szaenss
: s i CLtState. "' g ,, and a pr.ce.ed i electric tjaie is talked. I ,r.'l'
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( ill gar! sysrHts I sod health K_ .1/1' ..1
i ; II I Ii at. It ia stee daJRMd to bee as tbe
WILSON & TOOMER .FERTILIZER CO. r day it raaad sJI 4j and tie party .ems. t-Aa attractive:: hone ia Ha1 *- No.429-I.c-, lot on which located, r:
baltbi.at ..... Florida, die death
i ., i unnsru'il:: as i amp aM.eel tt.e.r .- date This profwrtj is fas* oetttte of one seven-mom and one three-luem "
Yauecfacraetr selves. rate being essly 2,$ per tb.m.n& city loan, oo., fctefe froactd. Hous house. Large" house J.i l lighted with ';

. 1 IDEAL FERTILIZERSJACICSOJCVItlX. There.. seven sia;mtaiit i.dar-, 4 air t.o-rsorj- and eosttais etctul rut, 'electricity has toilet and kitchen >sink. ;r

.. FLA. T-.day was epcet is exasuswcg the II.cated a-.e. tort as aw. .... all a4eJ3erd a4 bar oil Ccitfe, two small house aliio ha nine and toilet, we ' : eees 'laads.. whirl are virgaa: pra pVetJSss, la* we il'! ..... large barn.Tbis will sell this. am a whole or separately. t

.. i rie and. brit Eke a vast tev-ej piais. tot; tarpeetis stiBs. patent food factory.' host, t* l sewed en a lie-acre This property i" well located win peT ::-ii I
ice pleat and boat works. tUssiiasiiii tract, with beaatifsl'rirw of the city 10 per-cent on .investment if rented. to;
kave sifie teKiegt for goad dr .
S etsgv.as is tie: etnUrtiag paint for a9lbe.amtyynch interior sad la**. LaM i* s..*aB e 4 '
: ; srae dessnoetrated by the f\oowirc\
trail sad trucking. This
Gl it. wbks is now property can (
;, water iD the '--7'fI..r ditcbes. It be bad for (330 oa verr (favorable No. 434-Fine tract of 40 acre. jest ht
j is carat, with pitnuttcis aa4 astir' reached by bait and alt* a stsppseg ttrs&s WiH itttrotiace cvlomrr W short distance beyond city limits oo

(gasses and was kervtefare wed ... point for eranges. melon, early" Vegeta- owner sad Jt* loess deal 4lr-et. Shingle Creek road. Close; to eptendtthigh }

ties sued other pus Mcts.f that coaotry, school. churches: and market Price :
FOR SALE [grating *,-.u.1or nrsnimsi" herds of wfeiefe are rest north m carload Iota. & 4C3- U..JII.-A beautiful sixroocEt &XI.OV; per acre. Terms on part if desi -

L:ask t I t Waole there we bad the pjessore of
't.e.u.1.. aD aaodVrn conveniences' i'ti
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d i; rod. which: it now bait sjad already'graded x
j visiting the O'Berry farm southwest bath roots, toilet, two lavatories bOt 437We are offering seme verr
te withca: a few tnOes of for ant enid desirable niwlent! lots located three s
of town wfcaeh ''is oee of die slow pia- water. cabinet mat ter elertrieUgfeta.
Cescp, the coaotry wifl be cbaciged Hoose htna. led eompiete- in- blocks from Court House, on nice high ;

L. '859 Acres Muck and Prairie Land from the wild prairie it is to a aetUed ccs of that aeetjon.. O'Berry is a native csBtiicg: piano. Nice flosrers and shrubbery elevation. forM"'. Alley in rear of all ....

farming; tmsunsisnlty. as mod of the bat one of the progressive sort, m yard. Large tot. fronting 147J tb..*e lots. Cash, or abort time. Let ':.11
t =.:::--_ -" 1- 1 and keeps bis f ana ia first-ciass condition feet on Verona street, extending: back us show you then lots. I;:

aDd n alrcJy MIld to iotenditg. settlers lie has about boodred 117 ft ileep. A splendid book. o>- .'.
'' 4 This: i/t .Uf u t-'fcit cf inds situated. cm UVu I IWu. who are eery awaiuag a efcaace : one : acre bcntfol keatMO. Terms can. be arranged No. '*,! An attractive home in Pine- ,,:

viz. L&rt Kre.. L&ee Jot and Lake to ret into the ceontry. That thi- soil in orange revel Tbe one at the ** bait of purchase; price. dale This property, .is just outside of ;11
\ bouse, containing forty acres. is eighteen Property mutt be seen to be appreciated. city limits on high ground. House is ,,
4 i\ : Bullock. It t% only a than d itfrom Lake is first rate, and win grew almost Uf' year old and nets him between Let as chow it tj you two-story;; and contains eight rooms, all "
tkieg.denMsts r < d at t- plastered and hard oil \
' u..f arm finish two 4
Pr'!''tir and :ace Gar ctry. It is adjacent to tJ>e 'eight and mne IrrrrnrimT doCars per tine well and barn. This .j"
the coBpacy at HnrUr's Camp where SOL 4Itb. Splendid new 6-rooaJt.ou.t., porches large : ;
r farrxwt Hew E:*r. RartAtion: arid la 'Sands now ordinary field corn which was plaited year. Bttidts fruit be raises vegetables just inside city !unuta. fine deep well. house: is located on a five-acre tract ',,; I

CUflIIDdIona., and keeps a largenumber lot ecntains with bcautifol view of the city and 1<";
two of
berg ce&rtz: *<:2 ry C.r cmca.t. people. Only a shortrrc April fat. was already IuD grown: with acre ground good lake. Land.
to citrus
is fruits
of cattle adapted f'A
and bogs. He keeps Dew barn wagon and lorry slxds, allunder
d,.: f-cr! iiarcr/DbtRe and near the new East ttinets and the ears silked cotOranges good Dew fence. Ftee location and trucking. This property can be ,.
the cattle
in corrals
at night so as to .
had for I3,;,X> favorable te.WiLl ',;
Coast R. P. male fruit camphor quideoatyptm for unajl track garden or poultry ranch on very -
preserve the manure for fertilizer and introduce cuMwrher to owner and \
this fine
trees planted a J'.u&co are is a proportion where you will
also and under beans and let them deal direct /t'!
sows plows win hare the freedom of the
For price *rxJ tears app.y to doinjr: fine. ... are ado pineapples and country I, '
other legruniooos plants for the Iepurpose yet close month to enjoy all the ad'l'ant.aces -
bananas and all kinds of small fruits of the No. 303-Small farm inside of city' ''Ylimit.
d thus saving roInrMr'PiaJffrt11Ju.n city vocn aa splendid
KISSIMMEE EVERGLADES and vegetable*, as well as many vane- on high <-tvool. best markets churches, .. This property consists of a fiy_ #,:;
', ties of fo44er plants and tame irrtiiT-t : which are expensive, bateasier rte Price $13 .(I. acre trart within a quarter of a mile of .
to geL Ooceola High School. Small house, fine .'
LAND COMPANY
About two s ctocs of prairie land was The land around Kissimmee is mostly FINK city lot on wbtch is located: a four-inch flo""ln.ell./ land all in culti l#l-

: sold to the Canadians, bat the Germans eke new ftre-ruom fin vation. City is building very fast inthis .
d : ARTHUR E. DONEGAN, Local Repr j ntativv pine and cypress tin-ber. JM-S level, bat cottage new
comprising uor party preferred the lunbr of the lake, cool breeze. This property direction;; Iota will moon command a ';..;'
t lands near Kuaimn and so returned with good drainage. It I has beer in the is located dose to the proposed good price if owner should d.-in1at anytime 'I-

hanos of the 'lumber barons and turpentine electnc line, on high "level lot*. A to sub-divide! and sell it for residence
5 to the boat, where
theyweremet kings until now, when it is thrown: bargain at 1160". Let as show you this ,purpose*. Price 11,500.
.. the next day by the batonce of the .
property.No.
open for settlement. Close to townand ""
party. No. 309! -Fine garden and poultry
along the main highways the. Umber 223-A deniable 4-room proposition. This
very place contains: two
:" .JtJ:! / ';="" ooi! The return trip was made through has all been: cleared. away and set- cottage: located within one block of acres, new 6-room house with porches

'0/T Bassmger, 'an inland town with two ;1 tiers are fast developing it into gardens OsceoLa county court boo.., in best residence in front and one side, fine artesian well

"- _:::?\ -.. -:: J small stores and perhaps a dozen bouses '' and orchards. Farther oat the. native ecpon of city. Moose is new, with pump on porch. Choice location
4 Ie and..e understand the bustnes places ceded throughout; city water; lot 73x for small truck or poultry farm. The
..::d jwill j i timber is still standing except where 147i feet Price 11.250. Let at show land if subdivided into Iota is worth the .

Y .. move' to Hantertand. the new tail- |' the saw mills have been in operation, this cottage. prief! aalced without any iftofripvtwAmA.it*.
-- -' -" -
f.i road station, about two miles from it, We ; :::; :
are offering this for
; il and the pine is being turpentined- The property ....>.>. i Jjr
which we passed on oar trip and where : BUSINESS LOCATIONSNo. S1.50; terms on part if desired. The a
,,,, latter work is being doue exclusively bytegroel town is
.. J two store buildings are in the Wf growing-in this direction and
already I who live in small frame boosesj lt- hare in the heart of the
: property will enhance in value ,;;
;/ / course of construction long before the < business section some very desirable very
,J 1 railroad is in which j set op on posts without glass windows vacant Iou which we offer for saJe. rapidly \
shows that
1 : Makes You'For eti| sight ;[! and with log chimneys from the ground These lots,will enhance in value very
the true psosMcr spirit is domtaesring i ORANGE GROVENo. iI
I
These
safe
rapidly. and
I up on their gable ends. : are a profitis.e
J.j Summer's He4 11 fa the new country, and with the advantages -.j Insertion 4, which lies 1 i miles north aWe tmeat Pries and full information Twenty-bve-acre orange
in climate and soil that it '| to interested parties. grove all under good fence. Railroadruns
'C J pot : f1
of the city limits oar party found what through station
-COOUJCG.K f." believe grove; adjoining: }
sesses we it will not be .
r61 5 A many suited them and took nearly the entire No. 4TI-A yG -acre borne. This splendid property; good school and church within

At All r- .... tl; :ALT'U1.Sr years before the country: will be settled : section. Messrs. Hoffman and J anger .. property lie 2 mile north from quarter mile of property. AU eropa

By an industrious lot of peopie who.will i took'the southeast Mr. Neil town is PtKtioaI111eYe1. rich dark gray that can be grown in Florida do well on
quarter.
.I : ., help to make it the true paradise it I i I soil with Cnecboeolateaabaoil" 1$ acre this place. If you desire a home in ;
'L- the nohw.t Mr. Moencfa the
roe'Iircs florid ', quarter. i cleared and in cultivation,-the remaining Florida write or tall on ns quick. as this I
; J. ,..Jor ... node, 'from of should be instead of the. waste land that
. : t west half, of the northeast q 4 acres fenced covered with a good property will noon the market long '
', ;,.; ', fJ'.pdr... "JOt part.yrp loMrcdfls. Jtl a1 niL The writer selected 40 acres for growth of pine timber with some. scattering at the price naffied. This property,we i"

.o t mount/ matur,' jut the Pwe.b4. On the edge of the prairie, .where self in the southwest art.er'l I oak: about 1 i acres of nice young are offering for short time for SUL600. '

paloral". joodnrt. ". there are settlers engaged-in cattle;. quarter thrifty grove' in bearing beaidea a number Will sell as a whole or divided into two 'j!
'g' If 20 for Robert Roller and 40 more of nix parts if desired. '
rr TOO Aitc tLLiflOjAiiGCA: Japanese persimmon tree*. ,
:
fog, thrifty and other
::4 : C F TJRrwUtntw'! orange groves 'Thomas. Prof. Marsteller also took 20 some peaches, mulberries blackberries l

\ ..1 _... '.. ; fruit trees are seen, and as this is below 1' acres in this quarter. two kinds of grapes and a few banana. No. 41&- Very desirable vacant lot

., r '" j the socalled frost line, they' are of The buildings are comfortable bat not contalaiog three acres, ,just outsidecltr
J Since returning home Mr. (
.. ->-_ _T X oata-nro COMT AJTT. a good size and fall of green fruit. i ir | Segerstrom.baa of great value consisting of a box limits la West Klsslmme-, good .. ..
l "'1-.4- -- disposed Jtl the remainder.of tbe. booM of 5 large rooms, porch, _Yewoutbuildinp place to start poultry farm or tracJr "
j At lloekle's Bluff, where there i is anold' and also K it iii garden. Close: to churches
section acres joining such as grain houses, tool and school.
T r orchard, or orange grove aJ they section LSection and wagon sheds, stable, etc. One A bargain at 1175. Let us show von t I
called in deep artesian well and surface well. this lot "
,,,,' are Florida, membetrof our 4 bad been reserved by the : one
This land adjoins the finest '
picked wild orange C
; party some the or.our. orangeswhich Hunter Land Co. for development, buto..mc grove i in the country, growing on eke No. 381-A nacre tract located oo '..

were on trees from the previous to the wet weather and consequent same kind of land. All kinds of crops marl road, two miles from depot on

season, and used them to make a bad roads, rather than disappoint grow eneoungin ly'on this land and it St. Cloud road. Property has good

: sort of lemonade which proved.quite ...the prettiest place for a home in this house and three-acre '.
orange trI'Oy.ta
'
4 TRAINS our party, it was released by telegraph
FROM THE WEST
4VIA
palatable. and wholesome. Here,:also section of the country. There is a fine bearing. This grove will yield from
at the same price as the adjoining lands | tine of''forest trees on the outside of 1000 to 1200 boxes of each
the first! poisonous snake was seen and and of considers the fence, with beautiful oranges "f
every member the party a palm-inside year. Suffl e enl land cleared and In .
killed by Mr. Saanders -s cotton mouth of the yard' also some thrift cedar cultivation
: himself rocky in being able to obtain to Increase grove to twelveor :
-- moccasin about .six feet long. Themember a part of it. as It is without question trees maples, magnolias live oaks and fifteen acres, and at same time can' }

: of,the boat crew also took several other varieties of shade trees) be yielding; any garden truck desired.-: "
a
the choicest tract of virgin timberland ; and ornamental shrubbery and flowers. If in ,
> ATLANTIC search of that '
COAST LINE property will bring
swim ia the .
river bat the Vienesotkns
: to be bad !so near to town.. It is We want to introduce ;you to the owner results this. fall and at all times while --.i

_' refrained from that pleasure fearing bound to increase in value owing to its of this land and let yon boy direct Yon exteodincnew grove' Investigate thla. .
the much detested can boy' it at a bargain under favorable This ..
alligators property Is convenient
; no to' town, and will make fine to town,
i 'Dixie Flyer""South Seminole Limited doubt iTbe nearneu terms of payment has marled road on one side, <<. 1,
{ farm bomes. Price.14,2001. .fDed'1 /
homeward trip on the boat was No. 45*-Twenty acres located in Park ;
resumed Wednesday afternoon. Owing, Gardens five acres in cultivation ten ,;
; No.402-FIne 20-aere orange grove' to' ..
1 Atlantic.l.imited" I to the heavy rains, the river waaoat of GALOHELJS UNSAFE acres fenced fine cinch flowing well eated inside city limits. close to aches: '!1

{ ,' its banks sad .the pilot had bard work This .. conceded to be the best tract In and*rhurcbes. This property consists'

I finding the right channel., but be managed Park desires Gardens to owned MIL We by a nonresidentwho of forty acres of land twenty acres of
't will furnish which
: : : ,: /:yes:\ Montgomery Route" to find' through all right and we Lscal Draifnt W Sell. D. Me'* you with owner's address and you can trees is m bearing ten acres OI'&nJ'l.a.additional! d cleared grapefruit -'

'< reached Alligator Bluff at ten o'clock, Liver TSSM Caaraatee It Is Take deal directly: with hires The price is) attractive and in cultivation; good five-room cottage -

i1't'A ; .;Lime: PeD.aa Cars flat Cluese: SC L.si,, Caaciaaati, IsJissipefa. LeskiBe where ..tied op for the night. .... Place s4 CalosscL and terms can be secured on ; two deep well. This I la an excellent -
of
t I ... f I part purchase price if desired.Ko,458Ten location wheN
: ; 'i.::,. ' ; .. >. NashvOlf, ---.Bira.. aa. ts>Jadksesmtls.; A down-river boat, loaded with previsions the freedom" of ,country fife you with will have dty :,

:.t 'r. .. i warn hailed and we secured some acres ,adjoining city' '
t'f:! "' : If liver Is not 'working just advantages. Possession can be secured' ;
; your '
< lf. > r SERVICE coffee, which, was running low. ,While limits,jon the Orlando hard road lad' on abort notice. See this proposition "
: DINiNG' CAR right yon' do not need to take a chance is
fenced
| cleared and ready for the
before
,I waiting for this purchasing. Price $9COO termson i f
boat the
cook'1I'eDt ;
,' .
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., "+(!, -f; 11"--.iJ"! on getting all knocked out by a.dose of plow. The elevation is high, suitable part.: '
ashore and shot
? a-water moccason, another 'calomel. Go' to the Kissimmee for citrus fruits and trucking. Thisproperty
d < For farther information Drug ,.
caO' on or write to
pobGaoue"anake. A five-foot altf-: will soon be available forWent .
res \
-: C Gilbert. Ticket Kissimmee. Co., who sells Dodaon'a' Liver, "Tone "
Fla.
Agent
; No.4tie-e'en
1'W.( ;
gator was slap, shot with a rifle Mr. purposes as the city is expanding acre farm located three
t ;;r , :. I J. O, KIHKLAND Division Passenger ACeDt.t"I' ; Clark but be by and 'pay CO cents for s ,large bottle. rapidly. A bargain at $1200..Oo. miles from postofflce under new hog- 1

.". t Tampa. Florida.' as was only wounded we You will get a harmless vegetable remedy proof wire fence, two-room cottage

S . failed to get him Most of Usepn pa.ien- that will start your' liver without No. 459-Five acres inside .cleared , fine artesian well of water/830 feet

:fj'< : slept on,deck ss there 11'''. not fenced and plowed ready for culti deep, between five and six acres: cleared "- '
and it it does
{; room enough in. the cabin; but with violence not give com vation. This tract ia near the Aultman ..75 bead of poultry: and furniture in
no p"te"ntl.flleUon. the druggist refund farm on high ground. $1000.00 takes it. the house goes with the place; all for:
in effects.
Kissimmee 'except a few mosquito bites. your money' with a smile. $000; terms on part of purchase price: I

Boat: ;Building Co. Here 11'. also had occasion to witness If yon buy a bottle of Dodson's Liver No. 443-Ten acres located in Park If dratted :",

a. glorious and wen Garden all under .
sunset good fence land
f we told Tone for yourself or children new "> i It
IIENRY'NEAL.Maltczz, that it is.one of the,, things for which/ your yon plowed fine flowing well All ready to No. 473-We have two eight-roam:
have Insured' relief '
your family fromattacks. get on and without de suitable
M Florida was noted any oases, for rooming or boarding
besides her offers
BOATS BUILT: TO ORDER 'tractions., other- at- of constipation, biliousness, lay. We can ten acres with purposes; they have electric. lights,
lazy liver and headache. It is as beneficial the abovs improvements for the same water and sewer connections located
'
Y At daylight' nest morning the .trip and) safe for children as for adults. price that unimproved land Is being sold In splendid resident section. Call on us

Any Six Any Style was resumed. and everyonsenj4yed.it for In this tract- Our price {$1000.00... and we will show them to )'OU.-' The
A bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone Is
.
Q to the utmost, .. ,the weather wps fine Terms on part if desired prices are reasonable. .terma.. easy. .
something every man or woman should
Repairing and Painting' and all w.r.In good spirits.
Wa passed
r. keep m th. boose. Your money is safe

'. .' Agency for' : through the nver, lakes and' canals. because yon can. return the bottle if ''t
?fGIBBS before&Deli, at Gardner which, "je'a_ fails to "'isfT./ It H.IYLB.PEIA'KER&CO. I

r MARINE MICHIGAN. WHEEL CO.'SENCINES' small station Jut'aoath of Kissimmee.

I we landed for refreshments i t.. ,
,/ In tWah.pef. '
FIXTURE
A Five-Acre farm.'A : "Over Osceola Phannacy'' ; .
rw re.' ; YARDS SOUTH Nf'JOHNSQN'0 DOCK: pop: and .watermelons A !landing :-
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..P'0' .'. ' _, ...1 was 'also madeat a/ 6-aere farm in Pinedale. with good .KISSIMMEE "FLORIDA.
It DUX 1'1- ,
J. 'fri ,, i2Oft: 4Ilammod4tor, fence *
and cleared. for .
.' : : > S600.with easypayment' . .. .
gascllnel ,JI the "
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i\isi 'was had by,alt' 'present: :'M;; and '.." : '' ; : AS

;, I:: .CLOUD :KCEIVESMsiFyp ,- Oessford cell.left for.MoWtl- MABBEHE' ,'STREETMAUJS'COMPLETED : .. y'r-,--:_.-- ---ra --- = a
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PARKA Cloud. b'y 5ept.'Lt: r. ; :I

o" :" A Rev,.J., B.'.W..tcott'psator'' of theM : : t ,
CITIZENS' BANK
; E.:: church!will apeak Sunday mom

IOK' on 'Tbe'k.eat of Faith."'' In the .

\ IWWBW:'1 ,CLUfl THE DOlOR evening, "Words"will be the'subject.;, 'JOB. 'FINISHED' THIS WEEK I "' \ "> ' .. .. : .:

ft. .. Mrs,S..H. Cull of Sorrento,'Is" spending . I -,, -. .. '.,.. '"" ,i ... --_..._ "'0' F' , ". ... .. .. ,": -.

(.: : Capt.. McDroy, ;New President a few days with' Mrs. Chase on. I .
: Problem ,
l" t. ..of. Land Co. I. CiYei Poya1: Pennsylvania ave. Troubling of ReaidTetata Sewer&ro of U that.Now '--'KISS:
The peopleDf the Holiness Association IMlVIEE
Reception
By Comrade '
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\ will hold prayer' meeting in <}* A. Street,and Morb toCome _
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I\t'.; .., \ Ji- R. hall every.Tuesday evening conducted .. ,

i: >' : St.,Cloud. July. 18.wTheyisitof: John by Mrt.Mllar,and. JMr .Klrkwpodl! '! ......... I p .,
McElroy, editor of National Tribune Everybody invited. The'recenrexteriston i>f*watermalni
i'i and president ot the' Seminole Land authorized on Mabbette street by Court*
. .
"'" Mr. and Mra."llanseom left on Wednesday
ciHiaa been the
:,1. and .Investmen'Companyculminated completed by Qsceola
.' this afternoon"la*a grand' reception by for Johnson, City, Tenn. Mr.. Hardware Co., bar there will be no*X.

', : the dtizenrln'the G. A.'R. hall, which Hanscbm1;has been In' pOOr'health for_ tension/ of the sewers, as many Personshave f
I. some time and his many/friends hope. doubt been led think. < :
was filled to overflowing by an enthusl- no to
:, ; : satin, aldlencnotwlthltandinat, \ the the trip will do him good. ;The'extension -tha mains recently, ;. j-

t"" .rain., C MrCart4lr'Tliompson is home from I authorised was from Rosa'.to Bermudaon

: Acting Mayor Capt.:;'Frost p'resldedr, New Yortq where he. has been.'going. to. Mftbbette.,, ihe; sewer does not extend f t

y': Comrade John McElroy led off in an school. that far, and it Is not Iikel.Y.h.t

opening: address, explanatory 'ot ,hs! ..' . I any effort will be' made to extend; the t

'", I course in the past and giving its prehN 'Thos.. .Van. 'Duzer' 0uried. main'' line' of sewers any "further: than ,Jt JJi.I ilnI
:unless some extraordi <
P cts and purposes for'its' develops ' ales at pre ent, ;
% 'The funeral o'f the late Thomas Van i
:: T r. i' UM new St.;Cloud' lawyer mad. quite.an Duzer was conducted from the Chris-;: .owners' of the'stree't to; make the extension I 'II '
tlari church Monday afternoon the Rev: ,
as far &II practicable'It is
encouraging address,followed
by A. Mr Chisbolm, pastor,of the Church, ..Id..ln Tact the canb' r
Comrade Scriber a citizen of the town. ; that sewer extended '
conducting j the ..services. He was as-. 'for' further but '!
ahort length ,
Rev7 Westcott, made a excellent a
very slated by'Rev; H. T, ,Gaines, of the
talk on the situation In St'Cloud. He tea the space will 'be limited for the
Methodiitt church, who read the Scrip- simple but.sufficient that there i
( reason
was followed by Mr Porter vice-presi-
f i, 4 ,dent of the company and fully corrob ture lesson and offered the prayef.The5servicea j III not enough fall from the level, of Mab-, _

orated ail that Comrade McElroy had were partieularlyimpresaive bette street to insure drainage.. ,
Chishotm I'I
and beautiful. Mr. I
spoke ,
promised' for the city by the Seminole : The only solutions oM the problem
on the.uPaa.lnat. of a Good"Manand offered for pumping'station located f. tIt
Lands Company and out further are a i
gave I 4
when he had finished'the members of j
that neighborhood to '
good of the town the somewhere in ,
prospects in near "
future. the G.; A. R. performed the Us rites I pump off the sewage, or for drainage

" Sonia three or four of the ladies of I as prescribed'by the ritual of that or-1 1{i J into the canal 'which the city proposes
tmd the Masonic order took
ganization
lit is consistent with
to cut.' hardly
the Improvement Club then made
some i i I the ,,
charge services at the grave, C. ,
health morals the !
lively comments on the surroundings, I !good or to suggest _
I I W -Dann officiating as worshipful master .Y
and Mrs. Squires presented the Central latter, and it would be' useless for
G. F. Parker as senior warden and "
farkjto the City Council for the benefit I there would be a great protest If it 4 ORGANIZED. 'APRIL'8. 1910' Ar
ReA.. J. Holt as junior warden. The '
of:the / were .done no doubt. The pumping e
public.
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pall bearers were H. N. Bratton, J. MePiiatter. station'seems far the only chance

" ., Mrs. Woodard, of Lockhart,'Fla., has Robt. Redle H. E. Cole W. for West Mabbette: street to obtain sew .
i been in St. Cloud the ,past few days B. Hams and Clay Johnson. To entrust I'
erage. banking basinet* '
your
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I"' looking over her holdings. The music at the church was a feature ,.
of the service "When the Mists to us'means that will receive : t ;: ;;t, ;'I'.J. '; -
Mr. G. W. Penri. who has been on the High Prices for Old Furniture. you .
have Rolled-Away" having been given .. .. .f' ..,I "
sick list tor-'iorrie' time. Is able tb be People who dlalllfe to part with ; "
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out again. : / by Misses Anna Griffin and Flora. Harris their old' furniture mar derive encouragement every' 'consideration consistent with ., .'' """ ;' ,a, '
aa a duet and the -choir singing "Abide as to the Increasing I '
lira. Moore, of Folsom's addition, left with Me" with solemn effect. value of such' possessions from a re good aourid conservative banking. .' _
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,on Wednesday for Champaign IlL Thomas Van Du er was born in the ceDt' auction sale In France, at whlcban .. ,,-

<' The"Ladiea Aid Society of the M. E. town of Betvan Cheuning county, New old sofa and four chairs brought .Ii
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$50.000. The eet, however, was covered . > *. 'II
25, 1842. When two ,
York. April
church will hold a food sale in G. A. H. years ,
old his parents moved to Litchfield,' with Gobelln tapestry: of the period I .
hall on Saturday afternoon, July 20. to Bradtord county, Pa. In'August,1861, of the Regency, and probablycost : ARTHUR E. DONEGAN President W. A. SMITH, Cashier: .
belp raise money to have a sidewalk he enlisted in Co. I, 141st Pa. Volunteer a goodly sum even when new. ., '.
laid in front of church and parsonage. Infantry.In At the same sale a string of pearls . ,' .
1865 he married Frances J. Blood- brought S99.000. 5 Directors -r: .
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Mr. J. II. Thompson, of Virginia avenge good. In 1868 they moved to Van Et. .5 '
and Eighth street, left last Wednesday tenville, New York where they resided ARTHUR E. DONEGAN. , President:. H. M. Pfann, lit Vice, President. 1 ., I '' ,
. for a two' months stay in New untU 1876 when they moved to Kearney For Protection From Frostl. '
1 C. W. DANN, 2nd.Vice President ,
S Nebraska.t : r;
county Because frosts do the most damage '
: Brunswick, N. J. '
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' I In 1898 they came to Kissimmee Fla., when the air Is calm a Paris scientisthas A. W. WINK ''L H, COHOON . F. W.: HILL C D. CARROLL_ A
T On Tuesday evening about twenty of and since 1905 have resided here con tin" .. t
advanced-the theory that orchardsand ,
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uously: : -
the friends and neighbors of Mr. and I
vineyards': can be protected by:
He died July 10th. 1912 at the home '"
Mrs. Gessford gave them a surpriseand of his only son, V. F. Stan Duzer, at electric fans to keep the atmosphere Vast Agnew Crawford, Attorneys, ,. pus vpo ike title to all real estate. .J loams., "

farewell party. A pleasant time. Berryville, Arkansas. moving. -- .. "'

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SEEDS For Sale.' -.S.-.I

Fresh Stock--Pepper, Egg Plant and '
Okra.' Chnfas and Cow Peas. We han "' ..U wiib to b.
Splendid 'team of mares,'. 5 and 8 you y am
; IS HALF GONE dIe nothing except.first-class Seed years old, 'well broke; kind and gentle'
SUMMER
y suited to Florida soils and conditions. also wagon and double harness. Enquire -, '';
Write for Fall price list of Nelson Realty CompanyJohn Automobile: '.' '\ i ia

I'k' .f'< ) 'V" v : ' <, >'\ ::. .. ' : '' i KILGORE' SEED CO., Plant 4 City,St-4t Fla., H..Payn., .26tfTURPENTINE : : "; .


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TKe ,Ki.i.. _ee. .. :Valley;: ,Gazette : holders and tbefa addresses.. -. ,.' ',". .

,". ,. _* '. ". T ,"T: . . . ; 1 la every section,of Florida re b'a tA. ,candidate, i' lot, ,..permitted :rlt ; .. J i'
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: W.: '$ .HAJt.RJ8. .' ,:! .., Publisher. and Proprietor election law aa will guarantee lees COlt I and nobody is permitted to solicit fund -, 'F O'.fl.' .' ; \ .,' I
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,J.H. REESE! 'A .. "! .. L( ". . Editor i of any character; from a candidate/nor, t' I
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f' -i* be permitted! to con tri bate money,or : .- .t: 'I l lI ,.
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r : iuBL1SUED EVEKVJRIDAYOmn members-elect of 'the next' legislator ization,'or anything; of the kind, daring ' I ": ; ':
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IN yALunR.GAZCTT& BuiuawoK1SSIM11EE are .pondering th. provisions of a bill nil candidacy. -J '. -, ,,'. Sells tHe :'H'!;. H"".

,, OSCEOLA COUNTY, FLORIDA . which: they expect to present in the The law M a 'lengthy; document and 'It .., " '. '.
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-- ' : hope of refrynlnjr.. the law to embody {II almost aa impossible to review it fat .1. "

r SUBSCRIPTION. RATES: <... .... the last word to encompass the needed a limited l pace aa to ictniblish it. The
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One copy one year i' reforms. Gazette .commends a careful perusal of ,; : : '
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authorized correspondents, must be having the, direct primary has been writing 'to .the Secretary of State; Stj . ._ .', HAY .GRAIN FEED '
f __"':"' All I:,eommaniesdom" ..except. .. -from_ out' s !>> "" through*the same period Of'dissatisfac- Paul.;Minn. It mall' rove offaaUrial ?
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Wrestled with' the problems and the '

Entered at the Postofflce in Kissimmee. Fla., as CO 1d-elau mail matter. evils, which are the same everywhere, THE WHAT IS, IT I, -.' si
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and in some of the State the remedy Every once in a while some kind reader -

t 'rid L:y. Tiny :1.9.: ::1.e:1.: seems to have been reached in more senda the Gazette 'an, item like the ,,, ...'

" It i I stringent/ enactments. ' following from' the Atchison Globe:' ,
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t J! The silly season is. finding vent in i SENATOR FLETCHER ON Minnesota is the latest That State "Better fight shy of Florida. W. M'I i -

? Tampa by a revival of the stories o,( I LORIMER.By has just given passage and approval to Robertson's father Rev R. S., Kobert- :

>.t :' hidden treasure 'about the islands i in the most complete election l law that has son, went to Florida last winter and \ '
a vote of M to 28. William Lori
.' that vicinity. Anything to kill tbtime. I come under the !notice'of the Gazette.It .became BO'infatuated with the country\
: mer, was 'expelled from the United i
appears to be a perfect document, he resigned as pastor of the Christian'
I States Senate last Saturday. The cue
" covering "every phase of election evil church in Humbolt, Neb., to make his ::, :
think that i is too familiar in the public mind tc
The St. Augustine Record and I looseness. If it were not for the home at Dade, Florida. He recently :|
a of R. J bear' rehearsal.. Tiie attitude of the
the image
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4 Thomas R Marshall ;
volume the act, the entire text wouldbe had his household goods shipped but I
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that fans Florida senators is the matter which
r Hudson Burr. Can't say' ; published in this paper. The best wired to have tnem stopped in Kansas ji

4 to see the likeness, but we all knoithat" most concerns the people of Florida; that can be done in the absence of the City and will have them sent back to|
t' n) the Democratic nominees don't belong Senator: Bryan voted against Lorimer;;; text i Don V stand and watch the world j
\ ia to refer to some of its provisions. Atchison 'to be stored. Too' many Iii j

'j' to anybody's_ beauty, show. I Senator Fletcher voted Senator for his reten-. : The expense.of all candidates is sects and too much hot weather to con i go by. Join the procession. Anyone -
"r.- tk.n. More than teat Fletcher
limited, as follows : .' tend with.-Frank H. Firestine, a who '
"Ford it" today
s Aged and broken in health Benjamin 1 defended Lorimer on the floor of the 4 can

i; ,. R. Tillman is a pathetic; figure in the i it Senate, consuming several hours of For governor, seven thousand dollars. Globe subscriber writes from Kissim- yesterday could afford .a horse
For other State offices mee, Ma: : "This land business ]is a
'' The one thirty-five
t United States Senate today. time and thirteen pages of the Congressional '
t; p ., time fireeater has become with the : Record in speech. hundred dollars. great graft and thousands-of" suckers and equipment. A third of the

contrite .nd'' For State senator six hundred dol. come here every day and buy. Ford .
( I I.. ;years a tearful l old man Let it be known in the beginning that loss to motoring world travels. in ,
Gazette is always- a
,bumble. His public service is over, the Gazette believes in the sincerity of lars. The because light right
cars they are
who wnte such
'and he should be retired but with i if .I 'He memberof For member of the house of representatives classify the people
Fletcher. was a
laurel wreath.- I Senator four hundred dollars. things. It reminds one of Frank'Clarfc, and economical.

, , T I the investigating committee; be was For presidential elector at large; five but he's been elected and that issue i II

The Apopka Tribune is out for the< i present when the testimony was' taken, hundred dollars, and for presidential. dead. Florida will grow and prosper in More than 75,000 new Fords ilMo service ; .I-

ifirst time. W. H. Brokaw is editor and this filled more than eight; thousand elector for any congressional district spite of misrepresentation. Let them this season-proof that they mnst be'

Ii He is right; in laYing'th.t every place pages of matter; he had an excellent one hundred dollars. howl! right. Three passenger roadster $590

!h. must have its own newspaper if it expects opportunity to study the CJl.8e.t first ----.-. ---.-- --. -five passenger touring car $690--delivery -
-i to go 'forward at the beat dip| hand and a much better chance to reach For all offices that may not be specified car $7OO- f.o.b. Detroit with all
in the act, the rule is laid down Pythian Sisters Elect;
i 1.. possible., The Tribune is bright am I a correct conclusion than any of his equipment. Catalogue from S. W.

,newsy, and will serve its town well,!'Ie critics who were not on the committee. that the expense of being elected to At the last meeting of the Pyttiisn Downing! agent. Kissimmee. Fla.

R have no doubt. -Long life and prosperity !- I But with all that, the attitude taken by such 'office shall be limited to one-third I Sisters the following officers were elect '
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'I of the' amount of the of such
is to salary Mrs. Vera ,
to it. the Florida senator disappointing ed for the ensuing term:
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4 I. I, his people, and will become an issue in office for the first year. Miller, P. C. ; Mrs. Roma Thomas ,M. "
ii i. One of the very best things that the This then be the Roberson E. S. r
bit campaign for re-election. Being a may accepted as E. C.; Mrs. Estelle ;

State University is doing/ for Florida I. I conscientious man, Senator Fletcher rule governing the limit as fixed by Mrs. Ruby Roberts, E. J. ; Mrs. Lily

1 ,t offering the chance for'a scientific agricultural I could not do other than stand by his. the law, knd the plan may be followedin i McDonough, M ; Mr. Mary Marsh M. -
I education to the farmers of believe that other States; such basis. M. of '-
Johnson
," I convictions.. He did not : upon a of F.; Miss Elizabeth .

\ Florida and those who want to be 'Lorimer was elected: through corrupt Certain restriction, are thrown about !I R & C. ; Mrs. Sam Gardner P. ; Mrs.' I'' .
.: i 1'' without coaL This is a
farmers great
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( .,', .. methods or practices; being acquaintedwith newspaper advertising, both for the! Sarah Prevstt. O. G.
work. It leads to somewhere. Anyoniwho the private and public life of the protection of the candidate and the : Mrs. Conrad Bryan was elected as

a is interested should drop a line to Illinois senator, he could not conciliatethe people. Every advertisement of a political i I I representative to the Grand !Lodge, Frocks
Summer
Cool
J. J. Vernon dean of the College of: Stylish
I uprightness; of his career with the ] ] nature is required to be labeled which meets here next March. ,

Agriculture of the University of Fk>rida charges again him, and his tribute to as such in pica letters, and the amount' The next meeting will be Thursday "

Gainesville. Lorimer, the man, was eloquent with received for the advertisement must be evening at 7:30 o'clock. Every member -

: t One day's news contained the ousting/ admiration for his integrity of character placed at the top of it. No article or i. requested to be present, especially We have just received some chic new styles inChildren's "IJ

': of Lorimer'from the Senate, the hn his devotion In the domestic relations editorial of a political: character can be the newly elected officers as the
conduct under all will take place. and MissesSUMMER '
"n peachment.of Judge-.Arcbbald of thcommerce and his moral printed in any newspaper or periodical inetallationceremony
circumstances. It is better to be charitable without violating the law unless the The Pythian Sisters meet every
:.) ., court and the allegations:
t "grafting on the part of Governor Bless than harsh in judgment ; it is owner or publisher of the paper shall:: Thursday afternoon at 4 o'clock, except DRESSES t

+. ;; of. South Carolina. Are we growing more satisfying to the soul to be lenient have filed with the secretary of state the. fourth. Thursday, when they meet .

better or worse? Are public olfieiali than severe; It is more honorable to statement giving the names of the owners ,in the evening at 7:30..: Smart Styles in Dressy Frocks :

: ,more given to improper practices than cleave to the calm conclusion of right of the (paper, or In case of the' paper --- : ;

r they were. or is the ,public conscienci than to yield to the clamor-that Fletcher.Is the being owned by a stock company or Subscribe for the Gazette-$1.60. made of Fine Quality
Senator
Position assumed by
more active Puzzle over the gner

; M 1 tionsj!J they... not easily! determined. Fletcher But, fa i it with not his possible i lawyer's that eye Senator for .1 Pure Linen and White GoodsMissses : ', ;

+ tae technical with his hu ., ,},I: , , \", :.,,1 ' ('
r 1 Ocala, home of Frank Harris and incompleteness THE GAZETTE '. < }. Njl,! ,, ,' .'
,, the Banner Is to be the scene of another manitarian's heart and his resentfulness ,. *. Cool I Stylish ''*3jj&it / ,1/i,: 1,,.,'! \" ""

i thin movement. It'was at criticaam..la, it not even probable \, hi)'; :1 ,, %iSf.Summer \;' ',.\\i l; W\ ;
party -
; } many 1' I ITS THANKS ,' : -i. .1 ,4 < (:'\!. ..
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1 z 'yarn ago that the PopulisUjbeWjheii that the senior senator committed a ; '- : fA, 11AMBITIONS. "f]' '..v. "; .. Frocks'Come ;

"eonventlonatt Ocafa f;otid'the i O::cay-li grave error 7"" "' I ,

: platform, as It was known the country He. speaks of the eight: thousand { every way far superior to the country and see them at

;over, made.the old town famous. Now pages of testimony that his critics have DeSoto County News : Kissimmee ii newspapers of other states It Is a

;' "i Herbert Anderson Is to launch the Theo. not read. Does he forget the minority ambitious. It certainly covet fact that the weekly newspapers are ,

Roosevelt third party at Ocala on July report. of other member of the committee getting with the state's best boosters, and the dally ,
the beet gift Not content eapptaring -
4s'. ,27 at 10 of the forenoon. .Is there anyJ members who had the same op-* J.!!Hugh Reese as editor of tile papers are glad to know the ones in the

thing prophetic or fateful In the .el.ct portunlty to hear and see and form conclusions Valley. Gazette, the'seine paper has induced smaller towns are finding it necessaryand

Rica o( OcaylaT.The. that he bad T' Will any; one back. profitable to buy the beat of equip.. '
S. J. Triplett to come
I doubt the sincerity such men as John from the meat and buy talent of a'superior kind. Mrs. E. L. Pearce:
Gazette has, never' received a TrIplett last year' retired .
W. Kern and Luke Lea And what of country J. H. Reese, well known to the readers
'pore beautifully printed or effecdv.ly7hrranlled newspaper work to enjoy' his, I
p Governor Qeneen T Political.enemy of of The Journal, has been employed by
again take '
piece of advertising than th. estate; but he consents to ,
It'' /true; yet honored the the Kllllm l4:8' Gazette, and It
t Lorimer; > Valley
entitled mechanical departmentof
Brochure : 'fort"M,7e., the charge of the
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third time with' the'nomination of his ; without saying that the members ,
For. goes
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i Gate city of the' Tropics Issued by the.paper. Fortunate< 'p per.1 .
M the Trade. party-Lorimer's party-for the 'gov- ha Dr. of the weekly press have reason to be
Fort Myers Board of .; Such tunate town I Then the town
of the great State of Illinois \ : glad that such able Journalist has I
tmorshlp an '
k enterprise and taste combined are certain A:. J. Holt, a*one of, its resident pas '' ',c. A. CAB3OM. I. A,. CRAWFORD.K1SS1MMEE a. r. LtnTza. .
::1 to bring results' In' the form of This governor was a witness before: the tors., ,Besides. has, special work he i II I Joined. their ranks. .........." ................ 8eVe..,. r'. .
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and knew the and outs
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committee/ '
[auheeintialIntenst, and Investments In trying, to establish jn Chantauqua for I
and' about Fort' M,..,., We 'are Indebted of the political situation! When he received the ambitious ,little, city on the lake. "I EXTRAVAGANT.*" *

'4;; >' to. ,the Fort, Myers Board: of the news of Lorimer's'expulsionbis' "" Tim. would tail total IJ of C. A. Canon > Tropical Sun :' 3, H,1 Reese,, is now CO. ,

Ip 'Trade,:.or: setting such a worthy example comment was,. 1 feared Itthe;',* one of the pioneers, who ....state senator in Charge of the Kissimraee-Valley Gazette : LUMBER ,.

'to other Florida towns. facts were tooplaln to be ignored.. for eight years, and ha the brain ; which the Palatka New. declaresis ,
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Much of' :Senator' Fletcher's,?speech to fill' the exalted place of,,governor:01 one of ne ;best paying:newspaper

a :I Governor'GUchrist' assembled the d" was taken up In bringing/ out points of United State Senator If, he could get propositions>> In :;Central, Florida:, 'Ap : lit ''
and Dressed
5 <(cult court: judges in Tallahassee this Rough ( *
', incompatibility in the evidence; and.attempting there; The men' make the town ;.On parently the.News ;-considers; it a case \ ,\I IHOUSE
;'week t the other hand,,the town help of birds of 'a feather gettingtogether,
law&* ; .This .Is A ;conference which charges.' He asserted that the .'.Vinter- Kisslmme did for Will and describe Mr.
font proceeds to Rfeseasthe
a* ,
men, .
1. ought to ..ault.Ju much practical J good:: PINE LUMBER : ;"i'
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ests" had not needed ,1. rime jn'theSeriate Nat Bryan who reached the most powerful best-equipped, all-round newspaperman :
There Is no class of, knowing:
people'
; that there was always a stand- law-making body_In the world? ,In Florida today. We bat'sconcluded .
better the need for the amendment of ; majority there;' u.attt tbe,-Inter , ,. I '
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c pat ; ; ,, -. : that when 'an editor of u'a'.tamp' . I
"" tb.1.wa': than, the: judges, unless It be ests" bad controlled Lorimer' be-. was TatrTll.t becomes associated with a paper ,. .' .

;,the State's 'attomea.. :A great pianylaws needed far more'in> the House. Testimony I- ,,.,, : r like the,, Gazette, 'tier:will' be something BILLS SPECIALTY;' -.
are defective. The judge know : B a r to w Courier-Informant ; Joe :
from other:,source does D t'auP:1 doing in that part of the country. .
In what ways they are not,perfect and Hugh Reese at,various time connected II. '
port. Me'Fletbh.r Ift., Wa . Kisaimmee has a' combination of: which , 'f*;
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}ke is. :.frequently able"to, suggest;'a LaFoUette'.ay.. that when the' with some'of the beat newipapersoi which IOIOC CCIOOOOOC
Senator she should be proud/and ,to her
Governor the stated; and'''admittedly oneo{?the ,
I, ,\,, remedy; GUchrlat to be Aldrich, oligarchy war ,beginning, to business men' and.'citizens should re-.
commended accomplished writer In the ranks '
: for "calling. the Judges toSetherl crumble.''that Its j became>;;necessary for most In' substantial : '
way,
pond a Dta4irha
,, We trust the Tailabassee conference the Republican protectionists depend -of Florida journalism.never. said a better Lot;g ;:

(fwlfl I be' productive of 'great the Democratic reactionaries. or truer thing :than:;thls! ,'when he Advertising :
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; upon on'the .
.ffbod.1 recently took, up 'editorial ..work. 'TRUCK..TimesUnion ,
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Gazette f .1'.* 'Kissimmee 'a ,\0 .
Kissimmee :Valley f .as "
1'beInteetat.Commere.C mission the tarl1f:and
t during the vote on unfortunately .
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proved some things In the course. of my Tracking Section"" 1. the caption given issaylllgth' rignt tiling . 'l :'
;ha ,filed a report which, .announces: ,for Mr.. ,Fletcher, hews. I've ; ;" '
'newspaper experience in the Valley '
limited series of pictures printed ,
a
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.sweeping reductions In niM Democrats who assisted In
g'e expre. one of the :: i
\ essayed various roles.In the business olprinting Gazette last week. ''One'of the at'' the right time
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approximating fifteen 'per 'e.ntand: making the tariff bill" such 'that Mr. ; : ,. .. ;.
: land: -publishing.: Calm judgment .Iew.laol"a huge,,potato field on Cypress "
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\"\'lDakbir wbolesal.' changes in the Taft considered if the best tariff! measure ;
; ; reg-; ,
P w after these years is that the most Island and it looks. though ItmlatbtproYlde' .. in the right'wa' y" '
alatlons of the thirteen great companies( 'ever mad by the Republican party; ..
commendable work that one of the cult f good, "substantial food ., "I *! '.<'
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commission has The Gazette "nntortunately.
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:.t work tbe'eue three sn and : ;" for It ls likely that* "
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conducting ampaipl\for' 't'
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with a staunch'weekly, is of a lettuce ,.
;' : ; the new'rates'are' to go in effect in the will come before the', people. two year : Land Companies, Boards of TradelIunlcl1., 1. "
good community and give the.beat.Jnblm and while the broad acres presented aPovpearlto '
I 1 fall. .The express companies have been hence for renom iatwn.-_ It Is.unfortunate ; ( palitles, and Individuals, r; : ,' ,.
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; '.' ,1"'<< the work and It is. practically with 'position': of explaining\ hi* .official, determination., ." .,.....-. ; \ line underneath tells that two carloads

t 76v their '.CCIIIHDt' that the!! changes are act;, they should be !ito subject, to public ' kooartas. or""1,11"-6 had been shipped way from taken.There this: patch ceftainly before - I' tENNREAlflOVERTlSERSTAMPA .: : '.
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of'
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; : yattg+ttnoteg9o tl. 29c,will bay yon a corset at Kats'alllt, cloud, spent Saturday M the"1.7': +'Mr: -'I.tbe, :Valley. Gazette, ,with two Ky.,., was, hi XiaasMnee. Wednesday orgajrfciiiK ;i-rani: SLOWwfiiigajEipft '

". Yoniigeril.'fonman'of: lb. St...Qoed specimen of.epedIUoa that were' boot '
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a circulating She
Mbraryj
b.re-ti.
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U8L1SHED.=>> EVERY FRIDAY; |L 0 and. 1.60.. May eor t't.et' and,Tuesday for Tribone;' and U-'regarded aa one of the. u fine{aa ever.....came"oar' .. yr. Mr eeeded with, litl#" ttronJei The books *

. >I 1 BlT"WeatherReport"::"' :(. \ S*., ,. Kat.. '. .*. g, ; It- hat mechanic. tnlthe printing.trad. *.' :: Ferret' ,* stated'' they: camefrom-Key, will', be' placed at. the drag' tore, of *

; J' 'W.. NArtllls:. Ye ? :faohn:.. :t: MnJDe;',Wilton Alderman' purchased W Hit,'which city M noted for Its tropical Ai B. JarreU. beginning with'; full : ,
:Mr ; Parkerof ,.ror 'nrum :
1" .' .. I ., : t. a handsome''Apperson touring. car from fruits, and where Mr.. Fern! had setof ui.'works of William Lee Pop:: . '.- ,
the her .
spending day *
Griffin's ''garagewhile in.:the- city tWs. been;Visiting the.put few,day., ',->* -. ham., ,Thoee,, who subscribed were A. new(, I smmif ;IK. EfFier'Postmaster :'

\ Mr., Julius. Smith.,'head 'clerk.: la the week,.with which he' will' drive to this Mr..Edson 'PSOIMT.m. loin. Ptnney B. Jarrell.;J.: D. Jeffords.A: W,"Parker; ; ," .
; grocery house of R. 5 Floyd left Saturday i Zetta '*' :ii.
home In Su..rigere:ieiaving next Mon- returned-JFnday: from their old horn In Anderson. Geo. P. Gardner.. BasMotley. t' .

'- for two.weclc stay with friends any ,' X.n....; Mr. Plnney was glad to? get ttD. Gelcrer.! ; T. J.:Woodalt, ''Vans' Acnenr &>. : '* V

Following are th.daily temperatures 'in' ,Georgia.' Workmen: are> .this week' placing a back',to Kiaaimmee; where It I* .icooj.He J,, R. Eatey.J, H. Besse. \' .,IJ. Nelson, ''plln Necessity Comply;.' ; ..

and precipitation' 1; or 6 doses ,666 will break cu. the R., F.N,.. J iDa With the Rule. : u', J"\I
aa; I Chili. any new font: to the 'market of, Yates says summer in ,Kansas livery; . 4':

reported by the'Government 1 of tonic the&Fever Fever:will and not if return.taken then. Price asa Bass;, Which will 'add grectly. ;to' ,the seven and Tie never knew it to be so He's Going'Back"to D uu. ,

station at Klsslmmee for 'the 85 cents. b.aiity'of the building well as better unpleasant; there.: The weather barbeen Postmaster Vans Agnew is expert ne,' .;&;

. week ending July 18, 1912.' b. display the choice meats offered for dry and ''the Band and d..t.add to 0..1_.' la.. July 1*..1912.. ,.1 In collecting box-rent '' %
Arthur. Ir&t.. s ;
&
:Doncgan sold Iota 9 the ;: Editor Valley'Gaiette r Stow Mr .' ? '
v. ern. ale; disagreeable heat.; ] at the ...v rat:. .
ran area and 7 in block- 16 >of Johnston Park to Bl ncbatn.'
and I. left Kislmmee the'I'
IMd.y. . "' David M. Ballard, of MedovaManito Mra.' Milton Bryan and daughter, Mrs. Th.r.'were four bidden .for the;contract Some of the patrons of the local post- ..totBce'.b. '
.;, ..,* 92 ,75. ,lS- : latter part of .laat Maybe our boaMNortb. .... ''
.. " 'II! A. A. and Miss' In .. Carson to bulk the addition' to the'St.' gathered the Impressionfrom
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ba Canada Simpson, : *
. OS have '
,. Saturday:, <, .70 1"87' we read_the Valley Gazette I ambient,
the ether
. 'Sunday;; ., 94-74 .22 lately will. ,leave tomorrow';for Mon.teacl.Tenn. ., Cloud school house, .being'T. Wj, Ellis, ....ry"week and see that Klsaimmee j or elsewhere*
regularly
**, ** .Mr.:"D..Y.; Johnson,who movedto .. From there Miss Carson,wjll'go N. F.,Ba..N.:8On.1i: : Eatey; all of.Kifrrislmmee ; -1 that the postmaster fixes the box rental" '
,
.}tobday.ta.16' 73 .- Klssimmee from has ( continues to-'boom, which I
Campbell,
pur- and that the goes '
to Columbia' college'' at Lake for and,,Edw.' Ely of St.' Cloud. revenue Into hiepockets. +
c5M City sa
' Tuesday. -,. 89 73' ? glad to note for I have pot I ,
>, ; chased the bottling. works of.Mr.' CVC." ;' the fall term. The contract was I.t.to Nelson& Eatey, a warm Hence, the-KUsimmee. pO.t.f ,; ,
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Wednesday"rr. 88 .72\, ,It) Turlington\ : i *iI but the firm asked .to be released bet In JIlt,heart: for Klaslmmee the JICO-1 m..terJa forced to take'Yup'consider: IJ '
Thursday 90 72 ., "' Mr.L.R'F: and- family' ''I left In it.: I think they'are i the moat .t V .
; nner.l ple
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j .r..A;, e M .i. J.;"M. Sunday for Matthew. Ga.:, to spend a hospitable claaa of people I ever met; .
mee'poetofic, is1 second
from a: three weeks' visit to her .contract baa been let so far, ::-f a claaa poe .
month with relatives. :Matthews la i Kiaaimmee is certainly an up tp.dats
office 110'and r
.h 'n. '- = = : that the'receipt havloc1 *
-r- -- daughter .Mrs. W. Crawford; ,, at ' *, ,
"wr" :+44.wv." """ Cairo Ga.. "' "' Mr. .Farmer'a' old home, haying; left a. Mr.; and'Mrs. Allen' MacDonough returned , place, ..nih.:: business men are full of reached a figure above $10,000 jn rev

thena twenty years". ago. 'and this Is his, Mondaynight'from; their wedding -, energy i nd push which'' help,to makea enue'"a year,. that he, 'must apply the

THE:' LOCAL fIELD j Miss Onie Hill, of Goulds, a thriving first visit back; :ttlp'to 'Tampa.': The Kisslroroee> a .... I do like th.country surroundIng -, rule of the; department in regard to

little town on the Mower" east' coast is .Mr..Orlando Patrick, bfFort Meade,, Concert Band met1 them at the''station it. and a*'J am very'much Interested such postoffices; if be doesn't Collect '

i : the guest ,of Misses'Leona.and EthelRobersoh" and were prepared to give the'couple . in Kiaaimmee Park, downing considerable *
$ a the required then
: was mingling with his Kissimmee relatives rente, as;: the. postmaster +
41MKA1MN4" $ :; and >friends ''Tuesday. He'ex.pressed grand: serenade; but the young- folksoutwitted : land there, and a* I was sueeess-: Himself has to< make the delisquentlfitgoodwhichis'altogetberua-. -
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their" designing friends and I ful in raising a big crop of Irish potatoes \ '
Among the eI citizens of Lougbman who much surprise as well as gratification .
'--" have visited Kissimmee( during. the at the development here escaped from the back of the train un there last spring; I shall attemptit fair '
Rub My Tism will! cure 21-18t many: and the 'OD again,only ori a larger .c&l.. I know ,
t you. week'were A. Menneghe'nni, Ed Logan since his last visit.. noticed joke was the.band. j Facing this predicament, Postmaster.

Big sale at Klssimmee Furniture Company and J H. Hallev. good crop of'ner'1 kind can be raised Vans Agnew has addressed the appended /
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.' a 28-tf Miss Ruby Ellis entertained:I the 42 John M. Lee and daughter,,, of Kis-i at the park by taking care of thorn and communication the

Mr, and.Mrs. R: 3; :Floyd:returnedSaturday club Wednesday afternoon. After.the slmmee, were in town the early part'of going! at ,the work' properly. J have to. Valley" Girt
Fett1 :
Mr. F. S. Gilbert visited Tampa on night* from a two weeks visitto the game delicious ..refreshments'in the ...eek'In their seven-passenger had'.o many inquiries 'from my\ friend slate. : '
"United
Monday., Tybee Island Gal:, and report a most form of cream and cake, were served. Rambler. 'Little Mia Mildred'doe all and acquaintance here1up North regarding Fla.. July.l,1912.; Postofflce; Klasimmee: . '

' White Shirt Waists 75c at F. II.Lawaoo' delightful time. Miss Mae Graves will be. hostess'next the driving for her father and eh joy* "'climatic: and agricultural con- % b '

.. It Messrs. R. L. and O. R. rLanier, of Wednesday afternoon. the t.rips. through"the: : country 'veryJ J j I dition in.'and' around Kisaimmeej, Of City"Editor-Dear,Kisaimmee slr, ''There Volley seems Gaaetter to be av" 3
much. While in
Born July 17. to Mr. and Mr. Ernest Campbell, prominent cattle men and Messrs. Hugh Davids. Frank Allen around town they were shown :,'.course. 1 could not do other- ) se than report mistaken Impression' current that 1.. .'
the
city by L. T. Baldrick of
Mach. a son.' fruit-growers, were tran.acUn.bual- and George Jump are off for two weeks' the Bryan-Snow-Baldrick i. favorably and enthusiastically personally, am responsible for' the n,4. ,

Do not i miss the sale at Klssimmee ness here Monday. fishing. in the 'Lake Okeechobee.section. Tampa Daily Time-July 13.company.; ..-, I since my,enjoyable and successful experiment -, cent raise* in price of. 'rent for .boxe* bII. 1 4 ,
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The will travel launch down during my sojourn in that delightful ,
Furniture Co. 28-tf Misses Marie Hudcjleston and- Joe party by. the postoffiee. .

P Ladle.. .and Misses' white bole at Berta Bryan returned this week'from a the Kissimmee river from Kissimmee. Mr. J. D. Kuykencfail left Thursday i I .. country' last winter 'On Jun. 21/1912. the enclosed; 'no'tieer' : ., '

F. H, Lawson's. It visit with their friend, Mrs. Gay Livingston -Orlando ReporterStar.Mr. evening for Pensacola to take the petition As aoon a* I have my business' affairs was posted in a conspicuous place to the''' '

at Rosalie. H.C. Miller traveling representative of night editor on' the Journal. straigbtenednp. here Mrs Blanchaine postoffiee. and it should thoroughly /, .' '
J. Montgomery Smith of Orlando wasin and I shall be with .permanently !
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of the Metropolis Mr.. Kuykendall is a capable newspaperman explained the matter., This i Y'JlUrel7",

the city Monday. Mr. Daniel Kelly and family have returned Jacksonville which will be by the latter part of Sep. '
Is pending a few day In Kissimmee and that he landed on the Journal departmental, order;. :which, "mnat be }:
Get those corset at KaU's, Monday to the city from Pittsburgh, Pa., in the interest of that excellent i* in keeping with the eternal fitness of tember. 'My son ,and his family alsocontemplate strictly adhered to/' 'exactly. like anyother' -. i
where have been spending the coining with u. to locate t
they
and Tuesday only 29c. H order."Yours
publication, and on yesterdaypaid the thing He has a lar.number of departmental .
months.Mr. other from this section.I .
past several friend in Klssimmee there;and also
who
will regret! respectfully
Mr. H. E.*Cola paid a business visit Valley\ Gazette a fraternal call. Kissimmee .
Kiaahnmee :
; that
I and
. C. W. Dann baa further added to his departure but who wish'hint the j jgre.teat )I predict ;"F;<.VJata'AOMKW,
to Lakeland on Tuesday. Misses Florne and Nancy Call Park have big boom the ,',
Bryan will : coming
the safety as well aa attractiveness of success In his new position:.l: "Postmaster,": '.
Mr. G. M. MacDonougU spent* the his store by placing three immense col-,, Bryan left Thursday for points m Georgia . The Gazette commends him to the Rood! winter. Yours very truly; it' f

week !end at Pass-a-Grie.)! umna through the center. I Misa Bryan gobs to Savannah to treatment of the Penaacola press gang.: C. .H. BUtNOHAINE.It's . Stat.'om'' '' '
be the guest of Mrs. 'Edgar Oliver for ----- . 'The United : al Postal ,
It fits your pocket book as well as Joe Santiago carried, his young son, some time. Miss Nancy Call Bryan will He believes\ in Florida. and his talent Guide, July 1,'1911, stetes: aa follow t '

you-;a corset, 29c. Katz' It Jose, to Orlando. Sunday, for a minor visit Miss Helen Matthew in Thomas- equip him to be of great heJp. n bringing In Kssimmee in Citizens- Bank... ''To provide 'a definite and atisfac- ;" "

Hon' W. J. Sear* was a business visitor operation at the hospital there. Dr. W. ville. I about the material development pf Building. tory rule for the collection of box rent,., .' s.' q,
country.
to Orlando on Saturday.Mr L. Winn accompanied' them. this wonderful the following schedule, based typon tbefi, ".
; Mrs. G.W.; Baal and Miss Helen Baas I Kansas City, Mo...June i4..19i2., kind and capacity (, ,boxes, and th1gross '
Mr. J. L. Illnckl. who to this ,0 /
Col. Vans returned to ,. cam. :
J. S. Anderson, of St. Cloud, P. A. Agnew returned home Tuesday from a visit to Mr..E. S. $imber- been; .
was .In Kisaimmee Wednesday. the city Tuesday night from the east Mr. and Mrs. James L. Poulk. at Cairo city last fall, Is demonstrating hi. faith Dear 'Sir:-Where Is 'your place 'of receipts at postofficea. has < If. i;
and will be
adopted strictly adhered toby -< ,
in Kiaaimmee in substantial
future a
Mrs. coast, where he spent two days attend-, Ga. They bad a most delightful yi. t, business. My watch .needs attention
} E. L. D. Overstreet of Camp way.: Sine. hi* arrival he baa the department in eaUUlabment--
business affairs. punchased
ing to private but are more than ever convinced that ; and I would rather have 'work it .
bell, spent Saturday in the city. seven city Iota on the extension you on,, of all box rent.rates t '
Miss Lillian Rush gave a birthday Klssimmee is the best place. on earth.in than to take i4<; to some one size, 'Groa recefpta e7po
tomee.
$10OOOf ,
H. Clay Stanford'and Conrad Bryan of\ Orlando avenue, upon three of which -
which live.
motored to St. Cloud Thursday. party to her. little friends on Tuesday to he bas erected'substantial cottages,onea Yours truly. : and less than _OOO;- small'boxes, 6O', .

afternoon which proved a very pleasant Dr. A. J. Holt, pastor of the Baptist I 'dwelling for himself and the other MRS. ,.W. B.Hakmno'roN' "," cent;.:medium box..,::.,&' cent; 'large"'
Hon. C. A. Carson was a business occasion for the Prospect "
youngsters. chinch will deliver an especial discourseen : two; foi-t.rent., Mr. .Hlnekley .believesthat 4 ? ,2126 Ave. + boxe4i-.i' .1 '1 e'

visitor- to Narcoossee on. Saturday. Kissimmee Auto Garage and Machine .'Liberty, Civil and Religious,"/Sunday : investments here aregu| >edged I The.receipts ofthis. office, being" cnorw' : "o',}

Mr. W. B. Crawford returned Sunday Company will do anything In lathe or morning. He will preach at nighton and proposes tq continue ,hi* Improvements Nature's Wise: '"Limitation." than, $10.000 annually, the" scbedular ... ,
from days visit to Jacksonville. machine work for you for automobiles, "haa i above! now in Ore. ''' + . ., "
a two boats, 'and all other machinery. 16tf "The 'Unchangeable Christ. All until he erected houses on It .la well for'us that man can only: *. *

The corset that you can buy for 89c, made welcome Seats.'comfortable. all his Vacant property. I' He.understands _d.....'a certain amount of tmhappW ,F.; VANB AONIW;. .

.Monday and Tuesday,.will be at Kate's 1 1 County Commissioner'E.: L.-D. Over- Electric fan.. carpentering'and; has done"* mess: -what Is beyond that, either an- 'C. Poatmaater.: , ;.."
deal of the work'with hi nlnllates bins passes him '. : ,1,; , 'J ', ,,
"' l' street left Saturday for Green. Springs, great own or by' and .1"' "; ;
.", Mrs. R. C. Weilder has accepted "aJ The summer 'school .conducted' by leave him .... "" ''', , '' "
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where be"will enjoy the pleasures of hana' > < ,,7 .apathetle.JoeUl.. ?: k!The Gazette leads ID'HW&1 1 1' "rrlky y
position' In the dry goods department of Prof.' R. M. Evansopentd Monday with' x ,h" > I ,\ .... '
that famous resort for the next two _._ ._ _.. ti.. :; {, 'Jt :.
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attendance'of and 'are '
an thirty .. .---- ---- .. .. -. ..,, -. -
, ; < CAW--Dann's store. j ,more -- -- --- ---- r. ;:VV---- -- ' -- -- --- -' -=------;-- "" ; t ' -- ONow'
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'I' -\?"f> weeks : :
expected to enter Hurlng the .week.Professon. .
I :, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Bowen: ot Davenport conducted ;. . ." ...., . ,
I Mrs.G. Barber and daughter; Miss t Evan* a school ,"' 'V '
,spent Saturday and Sunday with \ :
'friends in this city. Myrtle returned J this week from Ma. last .ummer which was moat successfulin . V h'- ."" ,.
I con.. Ga where they had been the every particular f! ".-# '

I Save money by' buying now at Kisaimroee guest of Mrs.,J. L. Floyd the past few 29c ; .29c<<:: - 29cGorsetis. :. :'. I. "
Miss. Call 11.1" . 1"
has
I Furniture Co 86c buys $1.00 weeks. Nancy Bryan who been .. ;
I 'worth. tf visiting! .in Kjaslmmee: and who JettThursday : -

I Mrs. S. S. Griffin and daughter Helenof Mr. C. O. Rivera and Meter Miss Alice for .visit. to friend in Georgia . Corsets( : t .. CORSETS : ; :: 1 :

O.Iando'are visiting relatives in.KIaI .- Riven, of Lake City spent several! will become a member' of the Col'umbia .. I ,
the latter of week'with' I ." 4 :
day Lake
part 'college "at. -
their uncle Dr. J., M. River;and, his She ,Is a'graduate ,. ;at.Ma. . '_ _ i ;
,Mr: F; E.. Williams, the St. Cloud family. con,;and has bad one year of teaching. ',1,1 rI ;

lumberman,.was a visitor to our city .

[on,Monday. .:. Tbe Misses Marguerite and 'M.u' v...Councilman J,M.Hanpeli f* sufferingfrom Some. that; WANT TO: SELM;
\ Blackwell will _leave Monday for South a' badly mashed band,! this; week. we, : '-
Tbe-valne that is looking. yon In Carolina where will Visit relatives '
now '
they "
Monday be to-take the place : '" ''
the face.*Is .a 29e"eol'll.t,. Monday. andTu.edtyf" m. : : : 'It. //(1
.. Katx. . .It placesIJHrV/., t'I; of.one of1 his sawyers! and. soon foundhimself ; .; ( : .. : .; ., .:, . : . : r' '
: ? the, poeiessorof a"crippled hand '
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ilr. LOren I Dickerton. of Fitzgerald, : ,These Corsets 'sold' .: '. :: 4 (
Cody Fowlerartived In "the city lie was 'Immediately off for repairs; regiilarlyf;; or .(0. :
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Ga.,.' i* visiting his' pare'nta;;. Mr.:. and,/ Tuesdayfrom1 Kansas City,' and will and''' thus''' reaped ",tbe'reward.. of'hard :- '-""'' ' : !.;'; : .. : ,,, 71>;: :A ; '1 lr.
.
Mrs.: $,y Dickerson.. .. spend some"time 'looking over the pro and honest labor: fMr. : I ,., . / ,$100. and. $1.50' : and. 'are ''all I. ,. .'j' . ..: "

;Mr. Stanley: Bullock, of Fellsmere,. is parties In,this section. belonging to thFowJ.r. ., ,. ,.. : ,. ." ., 1". :, 'I . ',
'and Mrs., :W'' Fiemml 'e . \ .
I C., eftMonda7' ::
voiji i) a visit to his parents, Mr. and !oS"'. ,agencvj; [ Y- t\ ;:,good values' at half pace :' ..:, : '! ':Ijo( "
.
night for' .
;Reading, 'Mich., ., Ii
S.;'Hi; Bullock I in this city > "
..
,
(, ; : The"" ant ,
f "- -' '. friends of Hod. Sam Lup- where they bave'atablished''' a. skimmer ; WI: { lOt.

MUs Ethel ii ii.of: LoughmanpeotSunday fee, will be glad to know that b. i* ..... home.. .Yr.;.and Mrs. Fleming,"came toKiseimme. s! : :b ' JIr -

with her parents In Klssimmee; covering' from his ''recent illness; and .'two and' V half ,year ago ; "a : : : \\ ', 11
M' QND 1 A"Y D T E
s.DY
' :Major.and. . .. Mr. J. ,..J...HaU.. will soon :4 be, able r to.go aboutJU,- .. buirieis '- frOm 'northern Michigan 'and have mademany , I ry I . AN u.' : I'. t I :' ,

Parker :home .. again.; .. t friends among our people.. :Theywill .' J.' ';' ,., \
.. 'Wadiey returned yeaterday ;'' -. .1-> .. ,; .. .
" ' 'from' onth'. visit'with vela If choice; .,, ani'you: art'- particular spend. their winters I here;: .,, ;
a ; 'I.
) ," for' '
186 for 'i"s 1'- ':You :can buy y'pf them : : : '-f'
: tlvea and fnends In Georgia,, phone sail and mete accuracy..and estimates from dispatch.Will yourowiiprder. .Mr.:. i7ozier. Leitoer. la in greenwood, .'. . . > :, :
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I Mr.. .,:j.,It: Maxwell t. representing' :siT .; Ernest Green SIgn'Writer N., a, this weekend" grill. leave the lat, '. ;:--' ' : ; !

: building and loan assoclatlorh i li and. Interior Decorator. ox139.. ft-tf. ter"p"c'of the,week, for Swanoanoa. ?/ a t : .: : ;,,
I : mpa !! > .' . 2 ,.91 ,CV/EI N T S' ' .. ' "l',t
;''spending tee_week in the city: "Mr": .o, and' Mrs.. Frank-, Walker: and He i*;with his mother.. Mrs! G.,T. Leit- .' i ', .' / ;..,.r. . ,. '"
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the ,.visitors. to our' city on".. ,Wednesday.. "N.C..Bl'7an'and'wtf.. : have sold :: a., Certain:time, appear''the-name* I" -' :" ': '! ,;' ;: .: ';"" ,' ;" > ,:. V. '( "' 4w

,Mrs.: W.'Be.t," ,, bead 'clerk 'in the "Mr.' Bass of Lew's Gregg and'' Dan'SmiUu.. No at lr t.:;; ...'. ;; .." J, ,..' \ .. t :1
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dry.goods department of C,' W. Dann'aator George Maxwell. .,It..U said that Mr. wonder th.I.ttera.w.re, ;riot, called for, II .1 - . '. ,' i, : ,, : "

..'Is enjoying 'a two-week. :vacation. Maxwell expects to build a home thereIn in Kissimmee| ,How did they get here.I i1 ,, '". ; .. "'," '
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.)JMr., J.,T., av.-apr;' ep .. E. G' Dnsenbury will. leave'day Su Atlanta cartoonist The 'duplication of 4 '" T '; \""' .. ., . ....". ; .'''i )- :. : i

grower In'th. Campbell. was in' the city night for a stay of. ten days:at..S. & names ,fa..one"of,, the-,marvels of the; I" : 1\ j. ..,,'. ,. 'I.. ; .

Monday' ""and paid' this1" office ,a pleasant' Petersburg ";Mr.. $Dusenbury;:not,only workL. Of'COUIM.at: some'time: '.:their -' : : . '" ...'. '. . ,J. "') ,.: .' "P., ', ,} .

; !ialJ: ; ,-I(> ( -. has charge of the dry goods departmentin must, .bavei! .been' persons In Kisalmme.bearmgthe I, .' . .. ,"; ", ," .c-1i'ORID"'J' ... .

\ ( Mrs." $lter Nelson }left Thursday of' the store of M..E.ts.b..t" ; writes thewdll names'advertised, but these .. .' '. t ; .. ,. .. ." : 1' .,;... .

, '?last .elrlforl, Wichita, Kan.,..''where :worded'"and, : ";catchy". advertise- persons.3t- is; safe, to conclude. ; hardly , "l' '..' ". .- .. ..... ,rf' .' ,'. ''" ..'. ," ., ' .. ,. fi \, t .',;I -,

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been greatly exaggerated Jn I HilHard Island. 1 1w T(
A .' ,- he says, and .''J Juares ha,I'been a peaee- :

"" : : AuKman.. fads: I issimmeeI ; tul village for some tiitae. Oroxcos wilt' Don't Strain Your Eyes '.

Grown Almost clean up a couple of million through his ell, how I Is this for rain? Chrer tap i its
Out of Mind.
'. I plllaI! ng and will probably be glad to better to" have too- much'than. none .

.Returning from'almost] three year in escape to some foreign land and enjoy at .11.. ;J.o.. \ '

,die West sine his last visit to Kissim.me his booty. Miss Blanche Eaton of St.-Cloud: 'has ,

a. f *, Henry Aultman, sot).,, of Mr, andMr I Mr. .Aultmart' brought his father and )been visiting the taDilyof Mr. and trJ'inario.read without glasses because you sire ...

., I. .., S. B. Aultman, reached this city mother a number of gifts characteristicot Mrs. "G.,B. Lawson for a week. and rep ,
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t Monday, and has since, been 'meeting' ,the section through which his travels ,turned home last't1 ureday.. afraid they'll make you look tilde. Even, they

"the folks" land becoming acquainted have led him; A great hat, made of Messrs.' Rosier' Lawson' and Henry q did yoUr sight i ia more precious: than your ap ,

with the newcomer.. bamboo, with high pointed crown and Leigh'tsey were among the fruit pack" will '
; .,- Young Mr. Aultman ha been living round rollbrira, some four feet m diameter era who, left last week'' for Horatio-Ar pea rancea. But our, glasses improve your

In the West for the, past its years or such as the Mexican revolutionists kansas, to pack peaches.,, II Y appearance as well' as your sight. We make

-'' more, but was' tare on a viiit something wear, he 'presented- his lather, ; an Miss Bessie Lawson js now visiting I '. them to fit features 'as well as well as toiuWyour

_..__......,......, Jraoretan.thr*.jests since.. Angora, rug and f real Indian' blanket her "parents Mr. *and Mrs.' G.-, B." Law, k. your '
I his mother, and there were 'number> son. needs;
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the'changes' for the' better.' Mr. Ault-' which found their way to the hand of time, this week of .getting'hurt by! a .

;.'roan has been in the stock bu.lne..and. his friends. gate falling upon het: Dr.'. Rivers was ... 'f

t y this has taken him frtfm one city, to an* lt"Is possible .that Mr, Aultman will called immediately and pronounced her' ,
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p other in the far 'Wat. He' came! here.j settle in Ktssimmee, but he Is much case serious, but. thinks she: will be ;

t 1 from El Paso, Tex., but during the, attached to the West, and does not like able' to walK 'in. a few weeks. Her Jeweler and .

period spent" away from Kissimmee he the idea of being divorced from it for friends wish her a speedy recovery. CCOLE' ..
Mr. C. L. Milliard, with the help of ,r 1
? .has Visited most: ( the.important cities ever. _' _'" ._i___ some kind friends put .his boat' (the Optometrist,

t of the Southwest, and several points in oIf you have anything to sell or swap I .'I 'Margaret) afloat last Monday. .
Ue'was Mrs. H. C.
Mexico. recently: Juarez LighUejr and baby arewith'
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'1' and Chihauhua, and has seen much, of a "want ad" In the Gazette. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. K. <
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! , Notlos. I. siveu chit the Board or Count mml..lone., their wt
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4 lowing ohaegee were made io Bald _......,..ot. co..." : .
PEL 8ON. Cattle 41..e.ued. Changed To. Valu. Raioect To
,, I Aldermen. Willlem. .... . ... .. .. ... .._ .Of'' '11'0"+ .. 11711I00 QII1100 -

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Drawd" ... T.. .... . .. .. . .. .. .. 20o 800 0jom' 1000 011 .' '
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1mng. J R.. .. ". .. . . . . : . au 110 2110 00 2fIO 011 I I '
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OeDt9rmUa. Mm Jane H. 76 100 1700/ 475 00
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Pad. let. J. J. roO 100 "00 OIl 50016) THE For Floors. Interior Woodwork .
t .lerce. Mrs. .... A.Estate .. .. .. ... .. .... 300 = '
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$ P'-R.L. . .. :.. ... .. . .. Known the World Over and Furniture '
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I s.mriln. Ram... ... .. . ... . ... 1:100: lroO I 101000 e000)g .
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t .1 91Ifae.. Lwrena, . . . ... . 60( 100 32500 411500a I
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t A'' 1c! Thompeon Underhtu. .W.Di P o. . . .. . . .... 21\0 27ft.\ 3CMI 4964. 1120110 i00 no 2'40 18200)00) I Ir"mbUD. i Mission Stains '- AT. I Alabastine Wall Coating.

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Underhill, J. A 100 6140 IJ'I The Stains with reputation It ia the Beat '
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Walker w.IkerJ: W,H.F: : . 19)111 r..: 65 4146 :. 1OW ,.5 SSr4 o 110) '
r aha. A.I. .. . 1011 201, 4110 00 *1004) ROS3 GRAVESa6)

W'rlahl Welkeri: : W.'..ci:: :. :. :: .l.. :: : :::: : .. . :: 1t.o 100 Tin'L50 00 no 675 Up :( : .

JE..,' '... 'Y.te., Needham . . .. . . .. 20 :00 1\IIi\ 00 44. 00 n' Store that Appreciates Your Trod." ..-_,
.' Alt p.rtlea who have oompUlote to make. why the above chinne should not be made mint ... -
p file un* with the Clerk' R. O. JohDnton. or present them In person at the neat regular meetlnir '
of lbeOonniyConml *lon ro( (>*ceola County:; *ama being on Anfrut6. A. D 112. at which -- -- ---'- ..
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All "Pittsburgh Perfect" Fence are made of heavily' galvanized Open Hearth 6 -, 2.79. i
8d u 2.29 Wire-rlike old time iron wire-and is strongest and most durable fencewire . k
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12 t} u 2.25 ,&ERYaR6D GUARANTEED PERFECT Special discount ,
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20d 1'6J' to 60d 2.21 The Best Fence at 15 per' cent Off \ Jelly Tumblers' ,.a.>* '; I r

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Special price on Black and V .
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All. sizes at ,- $1.10 :Automaticsealing' -; '

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: t, Guns, Ammunition, HALF PRIGEJ.25 I per.gaUon, 'while,, they" ? : I last.- Oil_ ; S"d 'Fillers' ; i ..tJ' :

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,- Proceedings' Owa Yellr'Oren': ,Nnte.UW Notice "of Application Incorporation.,for .t.e i.r.1 ',I PROFESSIONAL' TKfed and Prowd" Gut1.

represent the) Provident Homes Patent and .

'c. w. GRIFFIN. Association of Tampa, Florida, and can Matte t* hereby tries that the undersUmed. CARDS Freshness as well as high(trade) quality .I t
: the 'School Board will apply to UM nveraor 01 the state or Florida r Call for what want In the ' *
purchase r' you
;, assist you In the buildingor on the 7th day of A. U. 1SU. for ......
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of home which 'can patent Inoorp Suburban Land GROCERY LINE &
f' Staple and ,Fancy .---,,, building a you Company,under the followus propoaad chartar T :M. RIVERS.M, ,D.
pay for like paying rent. Call at our and article of Incorporation a eotry at which .
Kissimmee.. Fla. July 2. 1912,. office and we will explain the pro ha been AM. in th* office of the secretary setas ( PHYSICIAN,and SURGEON t r itll
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GROCERIESFree : : : The Board of Public Instruction met position. to you in detail. "fOnttj A. W.: Gustus*.."}-,; Offloa orer Oaoeola Pharmacy

In regular session there being present Nelson Realty Co. 1'. .... Vass ......: I I Realdenoe 63

t W. C. Baas, chairman; E. E. Brown., Articles of Incorporation and ruipoaad Chart t>nrMir.. JOffloe f 148 '
of sUsaimmee Suburban Laud Company.
and W. W. Chandler also W. J, Sears, fire Signals.
Delivery to all Parts ; Tbe;.....ent.a.-. : associate ..........* ,

superintendent. Ward No. 1. Central 'portion of city, together. under. for.tha the laws purpose at the Of"Mat bsaomlnjr of Florida Incorporated W.L. wINN-'- i .,
+ of the city, ,Minutes of the last regular e."lon one long blast of whistle. Artier L r

were read and approved.B. Ward No. 2.. North KissinHnee. two Th*name of corporation. shall be Klaslm.mee . PHYSICIAN "
treasurer reported lone blasts of whistle. Suburban Land Company. >Ita principal
C. Miller ,
county omee and bualaaaa shell ba In Kieeim-. .
place ,
, .. Ward No. 3. SoutH Kissimmee three ,
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: ; aa follows i mea Oeeaola .u. In' th* state of Florida. .
-t-l t .* ** t. ***< I .I1I'M'IHJ + long blasts ,of whistle. 8tfKlsslmmee and Ita businesses may conducted alsewhete. la Pronn 11'1.. f'LoDIDAo
1 1i To the Honorable Board of Public Instruction the 141818 ot rioHdaor In other.scats and countries \
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through other oflles. branches agencies orotherwise '
THE in and for Osceola county r Auto Garage and Machine . as may. be neoassary er convenient.Arttolall. ., G. "

1 herewith tender my report aa treasurer Company,has accepted the agency for ., ;"Jf 10 1J 1// ,J

GRAY'S.TONE'I of Osceola county\ for:the month ths Carte rear,one of.the most wonderful The general ,nature of the said business la or bust 01. ;
nets to be transacted br oompany aa 1 '
i of June, A. D. 1912.aCNHAL cars of.the age, and will in a few low! e
To acquire by purchase er otherwise own. hold
1 SCHOOL FUND. days have a shipment of these can on buy sell convey exchange la***, mortgage'dlapoaalof. J & SON
: : which will take in ; trade and deal In real estate orother .Office Phones.'. !
2.60.. per lo balance room last report', . ...., S1O406 20 band they pleasure -
:t Special by week or months To*mouri: received. from W I Bear, showing to all. 15-tf p 1 o surVeyTanbdlvlite. :'... Improve and develop .. i.

t 4 teacher examination. .,.... .. .... 14 ufl land for purpose of sale or otherwise, ; JR. B.f D.

t ; : .L TiMU itn' . *.p.M' .,roml, 111ft iIt To amt recd from Tax Col tag.... .... 14U 87 No. 472-:Truck farm.This property the end development to do and perform improvement all things and needful managutnnt for*- : '

; II I I It ++.. .. 1111' *+++++ To amt rec'd from Tax Got.polls Mil.. 4 WtUJosTo at the same toe,residence, tradCoWbuilneai. ( HARPER t.
r adjoins the city limit*, just outside, ., : '' -
4 To carry on a general contracting-/and ton.strnrtion , :
have
where will not to city
you pay .
buslnesa, and to transact each other .
By paid warrant M per list....,..... .. 1088H si taxes, contains 61 acres, fine flowing business> may be Incident thereto .'

w. L. ytin DOZOR BTDaI..o. .. ,. ........ .. ;:.... ... 184 2C well splendid" soil and in, high stale of Ins To,arid build to and mnoaa-e oonatraot,derolove house or Improve other. but real Id- IlLcPhene 182. IN t .

SCHOOL S0B-DIST. ,"0. 1. cultivation. Can be bought;' at a bargain property generally.; for lb. :. DISEASES '

Tobr.I.Doefrom last report ......... ... 78 74 price. Including present growingcrop reoouduct sailing| general a store or merohandlsehardware stores buyingand ])R. N. .:' 'r N

To amt reo'd. from Tax Col tax.. .... .. 12 89 or any special. kind of merchandise,machineryand FRLnY
; on easy.terms,'of payment. We! all kindaof manufactured prodnct I : / rlON :

;'t4 t, By balance ... ...... ............*....I $088CBOOLaurDUr. will introduce you to the owner and you To ear".oo., transactioa.... entertain or operation any business commonlycarried ,na.d.rtalIlDIf FLA.

deal direct with hinu. .Tbfaproper- on or undertaken by promoters, luvetorannanclrs. ,
_ HO... can : ; ya SA TUHOA va ,
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.t" To bal Irom last report:..............,: 48 alTo ty U desirably located splendid soil anda mission men and agent. and tn "' .course of,' HOTEL

Real '- Estate .m'I'\'C'd from Tax Col tax ..,. ...... Ill money maker.. such.business.U.U or to any draw.ospL aelfO'labl.o.endorse transferable aoqalreand ST. .CLOUD -- )1

By balano ...'........... ...... .... f *S 04 24-tf H. :M. BREAKER: &; Co. ID.trum..04. .,securities, including deben.tares .': J. W. : ORLANDO FLA.;
bond., not* and bill of exchange.To 'OR. .
r. SCHOOL/UI-DtST. 110. 2. ' purchase, acquire, hold own. emlgntransfer ,
To bal from last loM 08 Modern Home for. Sale. evidence and dlapoae of the stock, bond andotlier r
of indebtedness of
To amt reo'd from Tax Col tax . .. .. .. 9 41 tion. domestic or foreign, and to any.erne corpora In exchange .j
'" No. 469-New modern 6 room house, therefor lie stocks, bends or other ob ac t n/h.. tlc
4 KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA. By balance .................. .. .. .. IMS 61SCHOOL llgsUone, Upstairs :
SOS-DMT. MO. to located on Emmett street, one block T.enquire,own work lea**, mortgage eonTT OrnOl!: \ { "l
west of court house. Electric lights, ..11..11 dispose any mines, minerals, : :
To bal from last report... .. .... .. .. ..... 626 81 ore, mineral oil of all kinds mining and Telepbon
.. . . 18 T bath toilet and lavatory. Lot 147x: mineral oil right, cad metallferous land and .. Agency.
To ami reo d from Tax Ool tax " ,, I IDR.
S.'H.BUftOCKA feet. Several and any Interest tntreln, and to explore, work, exercise
1471 young orange .,develop the same, and to manufacture .J 1
: By balano.. ... .. .. ... ... .:. .. .. W2 o 8 grapefruit trees in the yard. This and transport all kinds of ores metals. and mtav W. W. : .
male, and tbe prodncta thereof.To t
B. C. MILLER, property is located in the very best establish, construct,operate and conduct and sold ,,

County Treasurer. resident section of the city close to turpentine: farnn and still: shingle mill, ,sawmill : t'"
*, botela. electric lighting and power
REAL ESTATE court house and business tramway. log road, dredging and Office over ''i
postofflce i t' plants and Titles vet'i
Warrants in the sum of $10,398.81 drainage plant. and slem..waterwork.and '" "
mmm..%*mmmmmmm*%** Office '
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section. Pnce 3700. on part. and manufacture i .
were examined and cancelled in open sewerage plant* system; a&1'0:
INSURANCE 24tf H. M. Breaker & Co. and deal In lumber, cross and navallore Accident In- F
session. *of all kinds.Tobulld. .
i buy.sell, operate and ownstoamnhtpa. '* .
'" Bill. were approved and warrants Issued steamboat, sailing. vetwels. motor
1 t. Examination of Titles a Big. Bargain In a Home. lauiicbe power boata. and other boat sad -JT\ .. I
aa follows: property to be used in such. business, trade, .

J WI......,.. salary 8upt .. I 100 00 Splendid new six room !house, just Inside commerce andutOrate. and i>itrn.navigation docks. wuarvcs.; and to warehouac eo"istmirt. L ....-... J

Specialty. WCDasMBr1.. .. .. . 4 OO city limits, fine deep well, lot contains amt I terminals III connection with such bust.nras. Special .3

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acres ground good, hew lo sod all other businesses. and t
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f, W. W Chandler. M O P I :JO 00 barn and to no cud all other nets and things, and to t1 "
CorresDondence Splicited.FLORIST wagon buggy sheds, and all any
O C Miller com treasurer . .. 103. 77 vxerclMtnuy and all other powers which. maybe '
Ooeola, Hardware Co aupplk..hood under good new fence. Fine location .,,,,,..._.,.. exiedlettt| or convenient in connection Office

_. . u. 13 (sub 3)). ... .., .. ... 4' 90 for small truck garden poultry ranch. with horeInbefore.pecified, or In addition' lo the,btisiniMB which a andbUHinnssaK uatural . over ( I p. BDtIe

pioneer Plumbing Co. labor,sohool.1 1 2.1 This is a fine proposition, where you purpon and a corporation of this character f*
John H Itsiaden labor school IS (sub 8)) 10 00 may lawfully do and exercise I amid to do '
will have the freedom of the country, any .and all" of the bualuosaea: ami things before p. A. VANS AQNIW:
Mn Jane. L Dickinson, salary teacher
elthtr cotnblnMtion.
mentioned aloneor In
school. 12 .. .. .. 60 00 yet close enough to enjoy all the advantages It Is the liiteiitlnn. that all the objects and V ANS V

Mr Lu la At wood. sal teacher school. 2. U 00 of the city, such aa splendid high power. Bpwlnen, coil clause*contained tn tide. SHOP

Cut Flowers and Floral Designs W J 8ea..lnolll.n..I.. S mo*. . - 80 00 school, best markets, churches, etc. p ravraph iu amid bll paraRraoh.except where'be nowise otherwise limited' expreHsed. Ae

0 W Griffin oert list voter . ... ft\ 00 or reMtrlcted 1 by reference to or Inference from
., for all occasions. L K Psrtin, Inspector eleo No.2: 00 Price $1,600. the terms of any ether clause nf this or any Offices: . I :
24tf II. M. Breaker &Co. other paragraph in this charter, but that the I IH
Roses
Potted Plants and. a 1 M feharpe; Inipector sloe No 7. . .. 2 00 objt-et and powers specified In each of the Kissimmee! Cigars ri.,

specialty. W D Hlmmous,clerk elm No 7 .. . 2 00 claimers 01 this pHragraph shall be ,,regarded. I ,
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Tile eharterway be amended from to ,
Phone MISS JEAN CALDWELL
y ea Citizens Uank. loan It: ulos ... .. 1000 00 In with the law In auch rue lime, a* provided by law, now or hereafter enacted. H, '
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Cltlsens Bank Interest .. . 24000 m o.rl''d::: it la hereby announcedand .
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declared that aa election will be held ., Article III
The term of special tax school district Kbit tier. Osoeols County.Florida, 8p rlal lax i The amount of the Capital Rtock authorised '
trustees in and for sub-school district School DlsirlolJJo.on "eeln"' .".July 31. A. ball bel weo.yII".Tho'I..od Doll..divided 4.
D 1011. forth* purpose of determining who Into Two Hundred and Fifty Shares ol th* per '.
W. THOMPSON No. 3 having expired the Board shall serve a*school trustees of saM flint' not for vain of One Hundred Dollar each. Office State
;:J. two years next after the election,andbdzlbs Any part or all of said Capital\ stock may ber..ble Fleming
.. ordered an election to'be held on the number of mill I of district school tax to be either In cash or la property. labor orterrtoea.
,1 ti' 81st day of July, A. D. 1912, at Whittier levied and collected annually for he acid two at n Just valuation to be Axed by theiororporators ,
yeasThs or by the dlrecto..L. meeting l.
Fla., In and for sub-district No. 8, following were appointed to ..ct..1d cabled for such purpose sod lb. judgment of G F.
lection: such inoorporatora or director a* to tim valueof
JFUNERALDIRECTOR to decide tbe 'amount of millage to beule..ed' W. R Oo i '' W. O UiClelland, absence of fraud be conclusive. VPD stockholders ArroaNcy AT :
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0. years, and also to elect the trustees for Inspectors. Th* \r.1d: : capital: slock may be "
;: ..' ", ? John' H. Baisden Clerk Issued and paid for a* inch time or times and &
lal'JLICENSED: EMBALM the next two year.: Done by order or the Board of Public h.tmOoi6 upon such' term and condition a* the Board Notification
,,, Osoeola County, this. \and day of July, A. of Itrectors may determine; and It may be increased . -
; !I;:' :' "ul ''' The Board appointed ,W.,R. Godwin, D from lime. time beyond the amount -.... f
O'\.'lfo.t"o'ii\I\:. ,-.I I" .\ ;'.; 'Us-K\ ,,*. ,n- \'.*) W. C. Ba88.. elated. lo the manner provided by law.. house and clothes
G. McClelland"O. R..Basa Inspectors f'f
'> Courthouse W. Chairman. and .
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!said election.The Superintendent. K.4t corporate name perpetually.la to axial per ROBERT Guaranteed
petually.: ;
yr" ,KiaSIMMEB: FLORIDA superintendent was Instructed to .. . Article V.
The' business .' .. publish'notice of said election, as required Notice of Election. by a President, a Vlce-Presldent, a ttec.retary .
by law, and to make all arrange In. compliance; with the law In such cssel and Treasurer and a Board of Directorsconelsling rr .TS-1.1..E;
made and provided. I* hereby announcedand of not lea than three nor more that v
K $1 $2pr Acre Monthvonrn ments for ..ald election.., declared: that an election will be held at ftvenmauei; the number of director*to be """" ee.s
: or per r Bnaiinier. Onceola Ootmty. Florida.; Special axed "by the stockholders la the By-Laws.from,. -. .- ,
The term of special tax school district lax ttohool District No. 4, on Wednesday.: July time to time.. The same person may boll two Loom c. lamer er

; '.... trustees In .and for sub-school district n. A. D. 11112\ for the purpose of determining. ; or more omoes, except. that the President.and Late Counsel. for .
"SI I sega.arferd Pel.ry farm': .Flowl.. who shall serve a* school trustees of seed district the 1 reasnrer....UlloL be the same ""roo. Florid it. c-.
leer w.II g.aeet..d. 8.b-Irri.tlo.. No. '4 having expired, the Board for two year next after the election, and The following named persona shall be the R. t
( .'1_."" ............._ :prover. .triot to fix: the number of mill of district school .tax officers to conduct the business of the company I
jt'' m. I........ w..r s.d ell .""..port_ omereel''an'' election to be' held on the to l>* I.Yled.Dd collected annually for.b.Mill until the officers who shall be elected at the MASSEY V
,t.... Chlr $1b.""1 _aowtect _$10W. deri first election of omeeraof said companrshellbe WELLS
[ t* pay eat Title Bond II Osiaraatee, 81st day of July, A. D. 1912.; at Baualng eJealon! ......were.appointed to eat at said qualified tC
i Co..8>.. ord flav- ,it.lrrft : r,'Fla...In and ,for sub- chool district election 1 .', R.O. Johnston, President. '
" ,." 'c_ - It.' Prank' Van*Agnew,VicePresident.A .-. of Florida./!/
t"o 2 0.' ir 10 d 6 cid0;to'";& fts'Wi' v"tC nunmtjfft J W.ITE.Underbill... W. ., Secretary cud Treasurer. Praetle la all ... ,.

,.I( to be'assessed annually for the; next Alee etloan, Inspectors. And each., of eats three person' dull. be a di the road United CoItuaIaaIca.State*, . 1.i

r two and also to elect the trustees John Chandler. Clerk.' ': iI b directors and officer shall be elected o..u.......... successful Well
years
;-I ,Why la it nee..ari for.. a meat man Done by ordrrof th. Board of Publlo Instruction. annually on the second Monday of Jannar ofeach 11-14 COUUJCSTOM of my
M. v : f or,.the ,next. two, years.: ",, . Osceola County, Ibis tad day of July. A. year beglnsUns In th*year 1V1S.The the beat -
srI to be uaidanT' '
rt ) a Alderman, D. 1'M. -. -- ; ,,4. 'AnWa TL":. r ::: _
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: The Board appointed RoIL ',I Aii'4 : ; O.BABB.Cb.lr.an.; said oorpomuoasnail adept an appropriate :f .
W, E. Underbill Alec Sloan,inspectors, Ail aval,and shall adopt bv-law for the ANDREM ""J .. I

., tr ,and John Chandler. cleric;;of.said elect, ; *.'J..BEARS. 28-41' _. government articles of of Incorporation Ito affair not and luooe.utwwithIra the laws of theBtale ATTORNEY ''FOUR.. INCH' '

Superintendent. of Florida,which ,- be amended
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or repealed may be In 1 aald byW" Will TYW l i
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The was Instructed to i
i superintendent NOTICL Article VJi.: :
I notice of said election as required . , ""- i Office adjoining Box 844 ':
publish Kottooll herebrrtTeA that the HononblsBoard amount of lnosblsdneuorllahnTbihighst ; .. #:.,
;and make all their ity lo wbten the corporation can at any time Citisena Bank
by law to arrangements of County Comwlasloners' will at e _
Dollars.Article ,
Itself shall be Thousand
Fifty
A. D. 191*. alt for subject
:rt Insular Angusl. .
: for said election. f\-: > '
p lb.pary.osa . ; complaints, whether VOX. ,
: , Florrle the assessments ss placed upon the Assessor's Tb. names god residence of the lubeortblng r. su JBMcun :
Mrs. Ove treet appoint- .
'n was" books br tha Assessor. dusty Corosnlaslnners incorporator.together with the ;,numberof l ; 'i
1 :) ed to, school No.. 8. and flits :Leslie, abill stand be or whether esaas' Can be,stows. sterna. ofb.. authorised. capital. "stock sub, i .
why It should chaoied. 4111'8..I. scribed far hy> each,are aa follow JENKINS
n Hale to school ,No. 5.. Miss RosaRe- eontplxlnl to make are requested lo ale then K. o Johnston Kisalmma,,Fmrid.,12 shares.
with the Clerk or present them In p.r.w.bs. A. w..uu..uI..kr-lmm_, Florida 12 share,
school No. 18. (Grower
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i.S f ero appointed fore tb.r4 at their ;
OrOHNdTON P'Va..Agnew.KI.dmm.,. S Sahara: 1
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'j. Plana for.r school No.; 16, St. Cloud, 3S U .. Cl O rk Circuit Oou$ .W. Ouetw..
'. I Itj been received tn time P. Vans ; K.ssimnie f mit(rowers, for
Fla, not having ,, .. ,, : A.' Agnew 0 know about Flor

.- the aupertntendent' .waa instructed: Ureadvertise Sheriffs Sale, <- STATR OF FLORIDA, ( fG per vr; month
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Conntf of Deoeola. I o
*mBE leave trial
orates
tJ r "'" So be can blow 1 his. oWn horn! for bids;, all bids' to'rb4 Onder'and'by Virtue of nn ezemtlon lamed IT KNOWN That before me,the undersigned .....,..Brejht.Osen.i ,
oat of end under the Heal of tbe Circuit Court In and for said. nmnr
.. t Notary subUej; County
and mailed
sealed to SuperintendentSears '
'never in and for Oseeola ConBt*. Seventh' Jndlelal and Mate,personally appeared a.Q. johnstoa i i : GROWER /
S+' t' C : :.Tliere: S'ft on or before July 13th., Oiranlt of tbe.'.te..f Florida dated 3Mh Goto- A. W. Oustus. P. A. Vsn Agnew to ma wellknown :The "
t >ber. 1910. In a certain eae wherein .Aselln M. and known to me to .be .11.1.111.14. : ; .me,,Tampa, Fla.

L : 4 better place and'' never The Board appointed Chairman Bass,., Campbell and W.II.and BSTK Owen U N.defendant.Campbell I 11..1.,1...plaintiff... ro-tha' 'T..I-.d: who proposed aubsc charter bed their and name each 4 .J ,

/ will there be to buy a IX E.,Brown. and W. J. Sears "com;. OD..4 .will on Monday. .August 6. Mil. the acknowledged. that; be executed the sam tot \
said : bids and to award I same betas A legal. Hnlee 0.-.04 darln thelegal the, therein expressed. I V.a:
h. mlttee to open ; : borers of sale offer for' sal, at Court M r ="hand and official .anal; : at Klsslra- __ __ )
tender Steak or''Chop contract'the Board'reie Boa_ 41"11:1.: ..._. Florida,and cell to .; :-
J ,, ) lne the m.,saW county. and Btate,, tbla nth day of
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fi th hiahefbidder, for .h.the lollowlB real ""I.A.D.IV ,desires
and all m..otj right to reject anyand, all."bidsj. .rf. estate. 13 tag The and oe.halfwndivldedinterstof Mind In Oaoeola\ ConotT. rlorIdsttowiu ; (MaJ\\ WOarTL VANS AONEW,' .sans \ : ; .; > : ':
Public
Btate at Large,,
We, ourselves Itemized estimates of: special tai: the said W. H. asvaire. ,in anA to the II" H olH sfvcx>mmla>lnuoxDlreDec,14fruit 1814" CURB .
pride '' )U of Section 24.Township 8Q,Booth. of Bane Bread. ,
school district trustees for dlstricUNoa. M East: the undivided one half Interest of the an nnsla-htly. : Ooltr en. fci

tij .. on what we sell ..1', 2, 8, '4. 6, ''were' received' 'anc. of.aid Section W M .IS.....Township...,tn aad lit to the abate N WU of Ranire of NWU M and Truck Land. on have hand.Hot a I .ether: keep vnplansant increasing In symaw...., h

We t alwa'ys: sell the east:' .n of tbe 8W" of .sVrn. SEUof_ fWM.SWW ) '' ;
J5' .' ,filed.The >.l SBJi.W itfiton IS. 28.South Roll. :
: salary of the superintendent wai.I of X.ageMKa-ti( 1 the 8W)<,0W..hi Beatioa We) bar five and ten acre tracts I in I to Stay c::..... ,
41 best. We ;spare: no. ; : 1200 and Incidentals *200 14 Township 29, South of Cast, andIhsNVVMo Liberty Park, -the moat desirable aeburban .and Bread everythma; els. you have i |
\ placed*t $ pel *, SWU of Section 6. Township 19)Houth for will appreciate the real ;
: pains this fact ,to.:tell; ai required by) law the aambeing I of Range M' rest or so much thereof 'a property on the market whichwe ,, It la perfect Ir tared...
year, ball be oece-osrr to satisfy. the said executionamonntlns are offering for your considerationat .. Cream not color tha ekln or aaase e :
' and' that tells'. ;all the'res'(1 the minimum salaryjallowed.There : .. '. Interest and cost latbe prices that are attractive We will I ..., and we guarantee that
Thursday
EL ,,r sum of 61.40\ and the fnr'hr sum of ...- More Astral ... : .
being no further justness, th e I XIIUM interest si no.same was tssavd making be pleased to chow then tracts to proapeetive If called with other 'r |
I : tbegumof t purchaser at any time. Do not mare money foTVortb-*
; ,'. Board adjourned till next regular ms..tW.O' .' .12.8:149.. n. P.:PREVAT'I'i fail to aee this property before t purchasing Also a w- ..SO ...taf.'t'
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of Oeoaola net
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: In..' / ti Jones, ''. aa It baa the adrantag of being on hand : ot the kind that you have Ij
RULL BASSMARKETT B.u Plalntur Attorney.. M 1* close Iq and 'on the .ve.-.be.t.pned .timetC ....the empty p... sad ., 0
.. "ChalrraajuAtte.tr ;; I ----- road In the county, convenient to the ; _. .We eapeetadlylnviM: '
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r '. -. : C v .; k .- ', If yon have'anything. to>> ..nOI': swap; city school and chorcbea., Five', acre Seed elves w P.q.: ,

"j ,. W.J. SKAU, ... or if you want to buy or rent anythingtry tracts *2EO and $800. 5.,84tt .: l ui by ..u. ; I'

.? .. ....- '. ,. Superintendent!: "- *, want ad'Ata t.be Gasetta.V .. .. ;, r JUM-Breaker, ;,A Co-.;, a _/las_ i tl.141, Jt.,

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The ; 6T 211 0 00* : In Value'owing to the large- number of :
Sold at all stores w.. west la and M 00 who
;lie best .'for.. their cutomers'. of ; 'I ; UM man buysKissimmee ", people i- ,moving. into_this vicinity,'and to th*, It. .

t. the I I 1706ft'55 40 fact that there has artd now is feeing: ex- ..

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street, ; : is U pended large sums of money for permanent_ :.
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from ; ]. 4| have yet a largenumber of Lots distributed in different parts of the CltyiwMch: I will sell"

t : 'MOB 4 SO for( sums ranging from $75.00 to $ OO.OO, ''apcordintto'the location. l : :. . +...' .
ED.' GAZETTE' ( '
Please devote: Road : 1285 I have'also some residence property which I would tike to dispose of 'j i; / ,I" ",
my'space'this
" week to a protest against ,the Fine .. ; ;: : 48 151:30 Stop paying rent and buy some. of this property and own 'your.own"hom. )"f you,, will '" ,

'reckless disregard of' property Tax ; trIO 00 call and see me I,will show' you how' easily+,it can' bo. done., ..' ,,: '' ,. ; ; '
values and individual the 80 81 : ', .. I' .i.' ",
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City Authorities\ : 8 11 I'
responsible placing fire-plugs Tax 7 78 .
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|'n your front door'or'' any other showed i.l 63 .A.RTHtrR. E. DONEG.AN
old place except on street corners, ,Tax M M) .. ,
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where common sense and the very
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. \: ,.shape! of,'the stand itself suggests ,Tax ; 1000
,as the right place. the i : : '8028 .
.Possibly those same Individual. ..' Ge 8 M .. .
I think they can use the street ; ;: < leO.00

\: corners to, better advantage to. Road. < 00 M SOLOMON B.;AULTMAN; Pres.; Jl{. M,, FKRRELL. Vice Pres. 4;Mgr 'G., W; \WATSON, Sec. A; Treas.' .
.leutJ en and blow. But'we think' Fine 80 00 : ,
. i: mild exercise. (work) and proper S. S. : south OSCEDLA LUMBER COMPANY i
dieting, I.e.: Grape Nut, 2 for S. S. : '' '
25c would have a quieting effect S. S. ; ; Planing'\ Mill and Novelty Works.
,, ,on their nerves, and S. S. .
t Fish' Bee :hfi! .
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WEST KISSIMMEE funds: : there, 1111' Ill", r. .

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'i" By deahng with Ul10U'will b*aoU'to CENT. what you want and'in'a specified time, besides WE WILL SAVE. .
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( the SAVE YOU from 10( to 15 PER Ware, located on, private switch.and load directly into cars. .

J. M.. 'OSCEOLA. LUMBER;, ''COMPAN 'Inc.JS ." xl3' 'MMEE, PLO'AliU.
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N. C. ) this Ii. ::11.the main question and If ti
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JOURNAL ties, into THE TITLE GOOD-r answered'by[ disinterested ,
The . '' a authorlt .., i
grand 'Ito'.8 I the The. TITLE" GUARANTYCO.. ' .,
The Biggest .Newspaperin of the will search and examine; the:title "to the' lane 'which ',you?are'' adout to purchase, in ''

the South was Usceola-County, or elsewhere jn:Florida: and 'if found to' be .good, will guarantee )
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'In Flint you against Joss by reason .mortgages, ;; liens unpaid taxes and adverse claims.
It la our business to protect our clients and patrons against Inve.tment.ln-Im.... '
: The regular! price elf :The A'I of was perfect titles.. We accomplish this by a thorough search of the records and the issue -i
lanta SemiWeekly Journal II, 75,, D. the of .our TITLE POLICY or Guaranteed Certificate of Title 4"4a
cents a If will .endue \
year you ,
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Jour order, you caq gts ,, Stat Tke Title. GBanuatee Ceapany.decs: a General Abstract Basinets tbroofboat the Stats of Florida i ir j"" ': r'u; .
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;-: ,: The Klssimmee{ . The The ', '. '" !'Abstracts, .te City and Coiwtv Property. "made and delivered os skort aotic. '..''.*. .. f"j,,, '*t';, .Ii': ." i. '11'':: '
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the June by ; \ Caplt.18Ioc. SIOOOOO.OO . '

our tand CARROL D. :JUDSON. Pr ldentEDWARD A'' NASH, Secretary V, R. JUDSON."Treasurer' .:
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' : ,Atlanta .SemlWeeklyaournal this, the Too MERA; REYNOLDS" General ,CounaslJiome .
Office, Bisbee Bldg:, Jacksonville, Fla. branch '
: "We -c i- ,Office Kis.immee, Fly, '.
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FOR ONLY $1.75. I I. -'

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,\,f I;,, "..., ahar.class fine of 'you want to'look at;or: buy'the cheapest FarmImplements; : .in town! ...k ,'

\\0' .'. ,ONE. LARGfe ,,DRAY, . Tampa; ; ; ; .I.n rl1 : or'the. money. just :;drop around ,to the Osceola HardwareCom-. : ....J | : r.o ',(

f' HORSE being' pariy.' "Good goods, big dealings. '
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I' Hew the Aut"App.Ieed''Wbw' .... CITIZENS BANK'Of KISSIMMEEKISSIMMEE. October the first, at $26. per nooatfc.

11! li,&T OLD PROVEBBBi;J JI Had, Just Become editor of FLORIDAAt MsMssss BBHtas sssssesfsiMiiesMSMSii. * 'We also want to rent the Earl 'pro-1 t
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9 Happiness- N.r is. the* healthy condition of Atlantic Monthly. . the close, of business June 29, 1912 Advertisements are Inset ted under this head at the .rate, of 8.U. *". 20 acre farm on Shingle ,,creek.-. f .
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soul' and all who wish to obtain per line..each insertion ?Nelson Realty Co.WANTED ..
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every I can see. him now, sitting at the -, I; 4
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Income 'pure' round table. at Oscar's, holding a briar '
' lire and action. pipe that was oftener between his flu RESOURCES FOR R.. D: WAKING"&' CO. will rent youa ,
toanaandDfaeouBta...:. :...:.... .-. 1110.88'Oo..tta. :! HALE lfl tf ,. 1.
COTS than In his mouth, and swinging .. .. .. ....... ..... :.... 1.611511I boose. WANTED-At once.to buy horse, wan

To produces happy condition around It in graphic curves tube talked to Stock. ana Bond. ......:.., ... ,1 .. IMB.nkBld' 'cotta MUTTON, fresh, fat and, fine, at the con and 'harness. ,! Nelson Realty ,.

you,you.;must.transform yourself into us. He used it like a painter's" ,brushor ..IUalE.tataF.F....:..... SLH6HO FOR SALE.-Pntt home, Bull Bass Market.phone 189. 19-tf Com .nyL.-_ ,. .,. ., ;.,.,j'
located and convenient six '
well cheap ';:::;:
J a attitude.' : pencil.,', County and City Warrant...':'... ,>,..,.. I-40.WB6\ -r 4
_happy--1----. He was'dressed'in.' a-quiet suit oftweeds Cut An Hand and. Due. tram teaks.... :... 8 .5OD UL rooms,pretty yard;very comfortable FOR SALE-Four thoroughbred bird WAN ED-A position as stationary en,
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cf which'wai'ralleyed '. '
:You '''cannot hear the .weet'music the sobriety : $IVf.66211f 'you the farm inside the city 'dogs! Address' Box. 284, Kissimmea.; Corliss. or balance valve engine or
i the If 'are surrounded by a flowing crimson scarf gathered mite, valuable I) acre tract, excellent FlaJ ao-if pump., Ten years experience larger!
.across way ; you at the neck by an antique ring 1.
house, fine shrubbery nice lot of .Northern plant. State wages in first,
bf poises adverse to harmony. He partial to crimson- those LIABILITIES started and fertile WE"Hav.llated: : aoma't the most d.. Lucas Hawks Park.
;j was fruits very productive letter. 1.. .I(., ,
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t'apltt8ack..x.. .i. : t ,1 '
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5' days, and It became his complexion land, .all nicely arranged property Fa.| ,29-2t.:\
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.... ,.:,. - Complaining, grumblingcondemnlrjnd | and the-.llght curls apostrophized .byBayard 8urpt..and Undlrid, *4 gfo6a : 8.101'1 comfort and convenience, for sale at '.:; ,,city and .county, which )we otter at if' i
+ and "", 'ri.7';; .:;:. -:::"" :. t::.:- 41180& 'a sacrifice prlcepwe"want-to"show :r-the- lowest 'prices- to-'b.-,",,"MIl.- WAWFED-Theiwe.test-thing out for; fR :
R" irritability are cankers on the Taylor We parted late C.rU6.dCb.cb. ,. . .,'.. .. .. .... . ., 4.1J21i8 you. Nelson Realty Company.. 23tf There is no' padding of prices by Us, your girl-Fuller ,.Greeme Candy'; '
mind.'* Stop it now. Mould the inner In a merry mood, the young fellows BllUPw HDopnlta .. .... .. ..... .. ...... ... 10.00000 every piece of property sold at exact fresh from factory Kissimmee Drug '*
I world In accordance with wisdom! Vnd among us glorying In the,Dew friend .,,. .... ........t..V .... .. .. '14.1.208 FOR SALE-E. M. F. Touring Car 1912 price \ placed on it by the, owner Company., S3-tf
1' will be reconciled to the surround who was so witty: so suave and eo at- 71 model, good as new. Will sell or exchange write us :your requirements, and we. . ._ 1
a ?, you tentive to our' ambitions and asplratlonsi IW.8U2 tor good real estate; or will will do our best to please you by MISCELLANEOUSWADE

1al(". _____ Moreover Aldrich had Just sell my 40 h. p. Pullman car. S. 8. showing just the kind of prPertyyou .1 i
succeeded to the editorship of the Atlantic J. W. A.Smith Cuh'ior of the CltluM Bank of Griffin Orlnndo, .Fla. 22-tf des re. H. M. Breaker.A Co a-tf %
' Bliss inheres in enlightenment-every KlaiimnM*.do MUronlr .w..r that the bortalmnt the.tuner. Orlando.. WI
Monthly, and hope. arose of li trw to UM best of ny knowl ls* FOR SALE-Three orange groves and four In.we.t ,
form of unhap- FOR SALE- Ten acres
': y condition, every acres 'the Hull Bass
fresh fish
wrong possible advantages lying foryoung land FOR phone
red .Ilef. several! hundred acres of at a ,
'l Louse, deep I'
potatoes -root) '
hour of mental inharmony W. A. SMITH C..hler. Market No. 189.. 19-tf t
ptness, every authors In that direction. bargain. Located in Late Apopka well;' 2 miles from city f only flJOO. ?
..
: .priogs from: a lack I of enlightenment. Til have an-elegy ready Tor him'before CorMot AHnti BabwrilMd and worn to I section of Orange county, near totha.Practically Ask Mrs. Summers. 2-tI .I strands"f
five
2 th day of strand, $1.25;
breakfast and to-get ahead ofEdgat. Arthur BDonraan.. fan m* this all lake front. J. D.Btrggs WOOD. per
try
0. W.Dann. JUD. 1W&' 22-tf t5.'16.. Kissimmee Lumber Co. 29-tf '
Orlando Fla. : 'J'
.
of ,
" :Where there is ,wrong .condition said Frank Saltua referringto C D.Carroll.. .' 'A-w. GUSTUS.blnotlra. [ I
i' mind bondage and unrest obtain butT Edgar Fawcett, as the' lights went > FOR dressed poultry, phone the Rull FOR RENTFOR ANYONE anywhere can, start a.pnads.l', "
; and joy to him out In Oscar's and we dispersed and Bass Market. No. 189. 19-tf order business at home. No canvassng. -,
; wisdom .brings peace on the following morning he came tome ((I RENT-old Stat. bank building; ( Be your own boas. Send for free''
OFFICERS: FOR SALE-Three residences. One in
who seeks her paths. booklet. Tells how Heacock A 2144.
tour
i rooms
avenue
r 1ti dissembling an air of despondency on Darlington ;
AKTHUB DoJ 1 Praaldant Eureka $600 in Lilly's
addition one *
--- a. uw. : three below Lockport. N. Y
and bath i.
rooms
upstairs, _
"It' no use. Edgar's beaten na all. H. M. PFAMM,Via Pna. addition $1,500 one in Bass' addi- I
Lusts. covetousness, pride vanity He shipped a car load to the'Atlantic a W.D..... 2nd Vk P.... tion, $2,600. Waters j &; Carson E. G. Vans Agnew, Agent 24-tf BLUE RIBBON Ice Cream best astown.

1 ; ill-will, condemnation, self-indulgence. by the fast freight before daylight W. A.Smra, OaahbrSAVBa. cry Company 61) Gl'O-l DWELLINGS for rent, apply M.TlI- Kissimmee Drug Co.. 81-tf .

y anger, are'some of the leading wrong as per Invoice sonnets, ten bales: tri PAUa..1, .Aart. CaahtorDiucrrou ler. and .
Co.
MEET at Klssimmee Drug.
+ in effect.Gentleness three : me
conditions that are disastrous olets ballads 'and rondeaux D. WARING & CO. will rent 'we will get a drink of the best soda
Arthar E. Dooacmn. H. M. ptaan R. your
and short stories, twenty "
bales novels CHOICE BITSA
; A FEW made. ,81-tf
19-tf water
tons In fifteen eratea.BookmaD.MAPS o. W. Dann A. W. Wlnn house,for you. .
I Intellectual perception C.D.Carroll L. H. Cohooo F. W. Hill -- '
100
i courage,' calmness and equipoise come FOR RENT-A large house and five AN Intelligent person may earn '.' :
and 20 ACRE improved farm, fenced and acres of ground inside the city limits, I monthly) corresponding for newspapers. -.
E' by love; purity, humility meekness OF THEIR HOME STATES No canvassing.. Send for par.
COMPARATIVE STATEMENTOF cross fenced, a variety of fruits, stock about one mile from' the postofflce. I ticulars. Press Syndicate. B 2246.)
selflessness.
and implements, an extra large cottage Nelson Realty Co. H-tf '
;: '. eo-- Exiles Keep Them Hanging. In Their DEPOSITS some household goods, all for : Lockport. N.Y. 1

The history of the world Is the history Offloea Because They Get Very $2600. FOR RENT-A modem S-roora flat, LOST-A spider web gold brooch. Finder -;
of privileged class after privileged 'Homesick. Showing the Growth of this Bank. since A BEAUTIF.UL surburban home good with all city conveniences. Apply to return to Mr. C.,A. Col.; 'jeweler, '
"*"" house barn works W. B. Gazette office. tf .'
its doom tbroulfb-LJ; its Organization. etc complete water Harris and receive reward. 2g-2t :
.class rushing to L
for irrigation- Ask about It. ---------- "
;; Arrogance of its claims to superiority, To that general Information bureau Commenced Business! April 2nd 1910. A 6 ROOM concrete bungalow only I FOR RENT-Karl: property consistingof ,

and the awakening of the people tot Ee the 'elevator starter went the man JUNE 3D. 1110 ,i. MI.2U.M ,&0. cash takes it. 20 acres of ground 1} miles from New Houses. "
a.Invasion of their rights which had already who wished to see a largo map of AN ELEGANT 8 room house close ,in the city limits; also 15 ac-ei inside < j
Wisconsin. Dec. 31. 1910 120244.43 $3500. A 4 room cottage 100 ft lot the city limits. Nelson Realty Co. We have several desirable new houses,
been accomplished or w.'ln con. "Where can I find tine, ?" he said. 41,34 some bearing fruit trees $600. cash. 12-tf under construction which we are %
temptation.A "There Is a Wisconsin man In business JUNE 30, 1911 94. AN ELEGANT 6 room cottage, X --- --y Ing for sale. All of these bou..offer-/: ::
block, flowing well only $30p cash FOR RENT-Two modern lists, with desirable location Secure one nlj' y.
In
the eleventh floor," said the Dec. 30 1911 172,260.27 ....
,
A on all conveniences. Apply at the .r.
city
; takes it.Building them for next winter at a lower price
lift himself "
e lilt| any one has failed to| starter. "He'll be likely to bare one. and lot with stock of groceries, Gazette office. .. . 20-tf than, will be asked for them later In the
JUNE 30 1912 $148,052,49 .
ntlenessan.ty and un' eleventh went the - -
above un Up to the floor located in W. Palm Beach to exchange - season. !
happiness., be is greatly deluded if he seeker for a map. He found one there. for land near Kissimmee. FOR RENT-The Presbyterian church 24tf II. M. Breaker & Co.

i imagines i lie can'i make i world happier "How does It happen" he said to --V- HAVE 320 acre farm at $40 per acre cottage. Inquire of A. S. Nelson or ----- .-- .- tf

,0 by the prop gatlon' of theory or the the Wisconsin .exile, "that all you men Bank Statement 100 acres in cultivation 20 acre'mea- --Rev.-S. S.-Snyder.- -.- 22-tf.' -- Honda Maps..
dow balance watered
front other states keep a life-site: map pasture by
.. jology ,:_ of your 'native state ''Ranging' up in Ito 9707.REPORT springs; will exchange for Kissimmee FOR RENT-Three room house andland Upon receipt of 25 cents at the Valley l
garden
chicken house
stable
for : two'after property. Gazette office a pocket map of. Florida
your pfllces a year or outside limits. W. H.
'He who would fulfill his mission 1n migrating to New York? Is it be- just city will be mailed to any address In the
f tie CosiJlttoi of Jones at ice plant.
:r\ "
i this world must be a man of one great cause you are homesick?" United States. We can also furnish, ''Y'

a ) :a /purpose controlling, his entire life, as "Partly said the Wisconsin man.' The first National Bankat MRS. MARY SUMMERS FOR RENT OR SALE-Two-story store maps of Osceola county at 91 each, andf

the "Star in the East to tlto men "and partly for the accommodation of building on Brack street North )(Is- will be glad to estimate on sectional maps-

4 visitors from back home. I guess yon St. Cloud.in akeview Cottage South Klssimmee simmee. H. CX. Stanford. 29-tf of any kind. I'

are right about every last one of us Florida ate the close of .
of
-
SHERIff PREVATT the State .. . -- -- -- -- '-' ,
- -- - ------ ----- -- ---- --
,, exile. clinging to a tome map for a business June 14, 1912. ; :
r while I havejbeen Into the offices of v

GETS JOHNSONKey J ', recent arrivals,from half the states In RESOURCES DOLLARS
-
.. . .. M8.1Z8 74
the Union, and everplac..' I saw a Uana and Dbeounta
,
() .' axoarad and unsecured ft7 ft
state map. I suppose those people got .8. Bond to 'secure clreulatloB: 17.6OU 00 ,

West, July 18.:-Sheriff Prevatt, them for the'same reason I did. Back. ,U. Dcpoaita.. Bead to.M.ura, '.Poctal. . .llavl... ..... .. ". ?- YOUR BEST BARGAIN ;
tbepurpose In Milwaukee I never thought Of ownIng .. Ihll'l .
Cl :of Osceola county Is in the city Premium on U 8! BtAvU ..
? .
.'
.,.. .... .... 3JL20(0 ,
a map of Wisconsin, but now that Ia.de,8eaarlta..a. '
of his visit being to take home
lam a thousand miles'awaT'It does Hankliur. boiuaFumltura National Uanka and(not FIrlu.1z.1K rOTarra : III will be made when buy
who from
with him a nelfl'O'named Johnson me good to trace familiar railroad Pu a> 0t>)...i............. .- n.1Id .' you : : ;i i'I
Is now in the county jail here. John route. and locate wel1-kncnrn'toYD'. Dv.t from Stata and Trust Prlvata Cwnpanln.Bank* '1 '.f.fI ., ,; '. : .. ., ,;; :: '. I

f eon some months ago succeeded in raising . Then, a lot of Wisconsin people hereon I and and Bay Bank.ra.(.... Hank.. .._. ......."..... 0n--WIA) 00 M y''J, ".1 "t, ... .'.,'' ,,',t.Jj\"' .\ ,. ,' ",' , any of the ,following. \ """ /'" ''[ ,Ie"'.tII,,, ,,
j .cheek for $2.90 $22.90, and takIng visit In and they expectto Doe from Appmad Htmmm Apnta.. a.Hf : ' ": < i ,,' :" ''' ; '' "::'!' 'i : :
;AS a drop as .....kaandoUl..ea.hl-.r... "OL5', 1\ \.; ;;\ : : ; 1 ' : ; !,: ''
advantage ot his sudden improve- go back soon It is a material as well No aa at otlwr National Bank... .... S4600 \ '1t. ,." .'
went in his financial condition struck 'au a sentimental advantage'to 'themto v-_andCfnta mess Papar... Curr ncs..Nlck.U U*** PR 0PERiTIESrOrange.grove L ) < .

oat:: for.j the 'best place on the map find .Wisconsin map bandy LawrvkiloNBY. .. r'.u-n'W'; ; Bl .vnc' ;

$- iandingln, KeWe.t... Unfortunately -- t ...sops ".10'0.09000: }.1.11OO -.--- --

for,Hlstah" Johnson, he got 'into some RadamDtkm fund was U. 8 Traaa.arar \
Financiering.' ) ,1I'lI.1IOTMal'
,(>per esni.4 traulaUoo ,
w r _trouble .Len: _and_was" placed in the .A_..msJl boy, :was given a_penny .to . .. .. .. . .. 1208.t188 011 of eight. acres adjoining. is adapted to1 the successful .growing of. citrus ,\
... ,
I.
county jail after, being 'duly convicted. spend. Now. "although. his stomichcraved DOLLARS the city limits on 'the northeast. In connection " -fruits end vegetables. "f ,: '

Sheriff Jaycock 'will torn the prisoner .. a lollypop: be also wished a LIABILITIES '
,lover to Sheriff Prevail tonight,lane! the banana he had seen on a fruit stand CnltalSte.k.dl--------------. .S2SS5 with this .grove, which is one of the -
.
;f two'will leave oty' the OliTette. for. Os. at the comer. lie preferred. ,-"of' the 1lurD1... ,..Proatslwri.s.- :. 54. ))8.00001'Uudlride4 best in Florida, Is an eight-room dwelling. tVacies {hammock land adjoining.i } ; '
:
two. the fruit. > j j xac Paid ...:.. ? .*.* t.P111Hat. .
CIa'COIlnt. Jl a barn and all necessary outhouaea-which '' town .
L7.90090i.dlvldud
Rtr7 "How much Is them bananas be u.1 fiaaa Nota*mrtMandlnc eIaMk .. rJ.al 82Demand the ""f, as"grolSing 4ftndprosperous] ..ofWhitUeri
,]h.'abov. dispatch was taken from asked. : esrtYa.t.ofdepat.d.pa{ tu rh.et Is ..",."., e212OU 18 are i in splendid I I d on dl'i cheracter.of.la.n4'I.' con-'
," ; ;- This/ :
the Tampa Tribunes ,Johnson"happens I 7MeuNet.sad
.:"Six for1 fl eeentsor a penny. 8. Po.t. BBarsdtaeousaa.waste Ds.N.cepea..........'I' t, 'N_ 'sidered'the'most'valuable'' In'the 1Stat'e and
-4tt' 'not to be a negro.. The. item, apiece" i iBIx ------ ;

+, is In error as'to this.-ED.;] for fiver v 'WeUV' youngster. : ,. "TotalStare" '.. ;"'.I.-o.-.I.. .,. ,...,,/-.8111 J lit f. :", le,rapidly) being tairen.up by new"settlers. r" n
.aat'' 286 acres land'' fronting 9n' East' r. .
said yt.t.fu11T.ctmJRe alx.r: or Futaio Cemr*er Osom .. 0 ... ;

w''JIte: 'launching of the: Margaret.X .,, The'fruiterer'counted out"baJfla\, ? '\, L .J.. de W.aoUmnlr Bqotraa,.Cashier....that at tka...ab. abava*..tatamratla in anilbank. 'f Lake Tohopekaligs.. This is .the ''same.:" '; ' ,. .

Q.mB'f ;' : dozen and handed tbem over."A .- Una lo the best af.My Inwwladsn and baltaf. character 'of 'land :which hundreds'of Oi of. land at Windemere..
ei hundred
it 4 | ,BT. MYBtXJi! HILUAIU. ,. penny apiece;" queetlonedth.: J J' .J..W...,...., CMb...; : on ; acres, ? ,: "

'!The'tsunching', of' the. ..ara..t'took boy taking tbem. 8uhseribed and swsra *.. aafara Ma tlda.. 14th ," of people' are ''Amassing. ,-' fortunes'.rro. wlD.r. on the Midland Railway, eighteen. miles '
' '
So boy _, h-.J.t.. -W' ;""- Prbk .Vegetables.. : :" .s; from K1U1m e.-T Is' ten-acre' orange ..< '.
place? The man nodded. the counts x.. ,'FAJUU*,Notary i,IJb : ; ere a

t' *'' 'TIM Bfteentlf day of July ed Out' five bananas and P1'e' them __lwlon axplrw Paaa Mr"*It' ."1M4.* ' ''4; ., '.grove on this land which has on'e'-mite
: "
: lake Island back.,"There's your five eenta' worth* C..s -A--, =-,\ ---- r
On the at Hllllard ; '
; ,
.. : "
; newsoanr .' beautiful t'Ialu I
,' ". Aarmm .' . of frontage on a ,.
*' / ,
be said. "I don't want \ ,
I!,'fc'Beneath very cloudy,sky.: P A. V.utaA.I. ),/ -
Before;tne merchant quite aaw'the .4 6.0.1.. .. lOS acres'of land ;o e-ha1fe mile, from > a li'
It was the desire Of,the owner : ,.. BknaNn. ', .'- -, "
: value of Ute ,lad's act." the ,boy was F .Ki slmmee: "This i land is.peculiarly adapted -" '
tr ; twltboat'mon.lt should be; "
:
: That- t '
on his way to tII'C Id".tore'a, ,.., ,-,-- ,- ot"citna''ruits' and'' t'* "
i 8o'a email company: 4'frier.ds,.. banana In\one band and ,bJ8'_cent in NotIce Meeting.. ,.tohoth; the} .growing. Fjfiy acres of"land" at;, Windemere, on ,

W? %1 '. "'And relatives the I launching dicT.see.- theotbetrJudgesH. ." ;; Stockholder m..I the oesesae. general,agriculture. which Is*a'good .house and"some very fine, p'
thauadmlraad '
Wa.
". .
fc ;Days and weeks have passed' *.t. 'tmbnrTjaiapany. by vtrtna a<* the Minority aa- ,. :J. orange. trees.. ted a r by the B.-La_ads JonoeW.u n .-wI I ''-',.' 'i1"
t'V Since first the hammer was heard; :, ..' ,Ida, ot;Art., . I mating.f ha-" ........ of aald 4'e.pa.y taakaUtailtaoineatBtlwIltyaf / " \
'
a !'- 'Mingled with the sweet songs h'014 gentleman .who owned a One Comty Flortaa.' .an Aoswt Knvfanmaa.Htth. at OaeaonT r- 'Twenty'acres of and 'ad joins"the jcity' I"

v 'Of the meadow' lark and mocking bird, .'d.ek.1 aafalday.fur ski__ of 1-- '
: ..tata. not 'far $rom the country seat on' the"west-; "
p the aapltal atotk af aaht aaraoratlaaj fm. Te.n..d" on the'narth"and, Irnmediately One ..hundred'Cmajfnlflcent.' ;; residence
jad; Hilliard Is the happy owner* ot the duke of ,Deronahlre (which Is Tbooaand Ooilarat and faR '
t: Twantr "
of and all talllim naokaaary side of the hard marl road... :This land .,1s ndbuslneaelot{ :in Kissimmee the :city
;. Of this:pretty motor boat,!, open to the publlo when the duke is .tk.iMnnaBUontbarawttli.WaHovnyautharlnaaaa Wsss.tbs any .. -. : \ .,_ ; > ,, '
And one ot'bis dreams was nal cedWbeD' .. there) one day drove 'with a party Of. dowel the B..wtaryd .'almo8tx8urroundedby:? flne! orange. /groves that ia growing: )in 'population\ .and'' wealth "

It 4 first: be saw bet float:; 'ing friend with to him this his famous housekeeper residence Martha,tak-; with the edd te.eae.I..d d by-ices amid reeetr..mtn.1 aaaaial noUea BMatlni ta':aU:w.a.the C m4-ataakaoMara ean11WIm..a -, ;;as:well as.s. successful' vegetable,? farms;,, ,at 4'more ''rapid rate" than: am'other'.clty' In .l

l t f+ II eight ,and De-halt'teet'WicJ ,v' a'good old soul'.,who' tad been", with" J5.! ....lnlrIlIt. a AoterANy "w ,, ''T' :,the, .SOIlth.1. ;' $t.... '

+ ,/'In l.ngthihe'a thirty-three," c him a great many,years. "f. Watsonw . '" ' 01 < .

', ''fler hull tip white/ : 'Arriving at Cbatswortb' thel'pw.dslowly 'I 0.41 . M.FaasaLL.Dh.et e. Forty'acres"of land adjolhing'the: ; 'lty" .j"' '- t, I

Bf -.: ,Her: cabin1 Is glass'and mahogany, ,, through room after. room of limits on the orthnd.dlr; c alongside : .Onel'hundred- + : lots in Klssimmee.* : ,
But Martha ,. :
:
a; Different kinds of./wood' were used almost priceless >pictures> I

p \ White oak Spanish; cedar.. ,'..'cypresi. spoke bever.a _word,- although it was' I ,' ,'t To 'Save.sTre: .e orAuatrauNone ; -, 'the hard'"marh'joadon' :.the east.JOn.this":,, '' Heights.. : ,;These lots ,are situated Ihihat_ '" w r
e i( .. evident,that she was not missing any.thing. moreraent '' 8bmexfull section ( the that Is just beginning to;
:' . arid pine< . too'IIOOn a popular- land''is! a: splendid; ttesian well/and.: o city .

,.. t' 'V7ith h.r'l6-b. p. Sterling' _engine .her .1 Each lit on and underwent; every .,picture!most rigid that baa been ..t',on. toot la .Australia ,topre.e bearing',t orange. ahd' 'grapefruit:tr eL' grow In population and','many predict' that'

'; '{ ;10''''''' 'We hope she will make good: tim:; I scrutiny eye mucb,, to the amusement of rious-epectes the gigantic eucalypUta stringybarks) ef.' : that(va :Ten} acres :of .,thief\, tract is,.in cultivation';,'' it',will be the most populous section of the\ N'balance

> ''Beautiful ;! rides* UN the ....t.of the party.; 'timber.' All of this land in few - ax
; ;i' ; VMargaret" now' . country Which far exceed In height the Is of round ,, city. a years; a,,
I ';" .Atla.t'', her' m teriame4 'to her famous) "big trees"' of' California and .. "
i, wave.r . .. k t
'i ,6f,East Tohopekaliga Lake and .aldf"Wello Martha, what do.you ar.;;,tlM.'', alle.t, tree In, the /:/"otl4. '" t

,And as she is, a-tnnnel 1 boat '& think of"tt'allt". +" These;trees sometimes attain "heights !I ,-,,, 'I'' 'am:not 'a:land agent, but ,own tle/lands. and',groves'':enumer,..; '.,

she not'take.With ; -Why, exploded Martha, raptnronsJy. ranting: from 400 to (00 feet Their and'which I' ofler for sale.
Deep water peed ated above -
;j' have'success ; "I cannot aee a' Qk'o'' ; dust any,; timber I* exceedingly,valuable; and toru..r. ,,. ,, hI. .

,'. bee may 'the owner *.' ,, where." ; reason; they have: been ruthlessly 1 ) ., ... .' '
,;, f,3 Wherever he may ch.-ose to 5.'c, ., destroyed..by lumbermen..... t'.I 1
( ' 1'? ..,' ,
'And maybe hay much: pleasure: A -. '::'r : \ 'p
'
ea r} ,:Tatl &,passengers'te,and fro, .? :;A ,Possible,.Derivation ", t- ,. . J" 'w" .t. MILLER" ..: ii

.. :"' "", '-Words .are'. terribly funny ,'.things .Calmwa' Show :Peweft.'The 'J .' II ,. :
aren't theyT" saldMrs., Jones, "Take deepest' thoughts are! 'always . .' '
; 1 AdvertlslAO und Coon leer.. word gargle':" hew' on earth;; do minds itlSSiMMEE: FLORIDA : w
..w She : traaqulllslng, the,greatest are 5 ; :
. ".'1'' ,:!.u..rtW.'pap'; and u.. jnorfe yvtfArertlee you sroppose they. liver ?got::that r."' alwaxa foil.of calm, the richest, lives . 0 ,-- : i1I..
r' the ,nuce It pays- lf J'O'IUM almple,, my ear.".,eald 'Mt nnahaiea. ,
;; have at heart re*
.t "Very always an
.t. ', ;',,. poll...... 6 ;,Ta t;has,been,: demon; Jones. ''"Just'took yourself' ta'.Ahe Hamilton Wright ..' '. .... r' ,1 _", .'11
Mabfev"
t' ponev
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timerand'.gaII
Pranot. ,,, ..
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glass some ttme when yea pJ'Cle-aacl . C 1 .. ,
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/ e t=iI' '' '' ''tb 11 'OJ :.; t .',". tl( &t..t ',..<.(". ' }
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a look"at': largsrieaad'yog1laeo : : \, ." .
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