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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: August 12, 1910
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00450
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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I still being a factor in the way of.:att ,the race for a f4t I)()piano makes' this 'a ir-j

[ GAZETTE f E Eis tracting homeseeken' to''the" taiia' of CONTESTANTS ARC BUSY sound business. proposition. MIllING A wSUCCFSS.

sunshine, long life, and health. Conte.tanu.--It. Is up to you. For alI .

And now I am enclosing herewith the you can be the proud poe .

Di More Towards Building- Up name and address of1' another to whom ''* 'aessor of this ,..beautiful piano. Will The South florid Boards of' Trade r
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if will kindly send 'the Valley Ga- ; you '
An yqu r Meet in Lakdand
7 Section Than OtherJ and Form a
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zstte for a time I think you can, throughthe Interest Is Rapidly Approaching! '

4 J J Agencies Combine same, induce him to, decide for MOST LIBERAL ACT, Temporary Organization .

/ Florida thir fall. He is a good citizen Fever Heat. ,

) previous occasions we have and an Al carpenter. Kindly send the Southern Colonization Co. Loans the .
Or jfew ( Gazette to my add se for the remain- ... On Tuesday last delegates from the '
eall f of (County $6,000 to Build Roads. South Florida ,
dllr subscript u'
rle th Valley Gazette I. doing: my
met In Lakeland and formed temporary -
; tow' uilding up and making pros- I Vefy truly E. H., James. 66,875 VOTES ALREADY CAST I Some colonization companies operating organization by the election'of
which fact in Florida show but little'or
p ur town and county, no con- Hon. W. K. Jackson I* president-and
through the business t cern for the material welfare of the
w ;ought about\ M. F. Hetherington as secretary, both s r
Commissionersin Good Idea to Send Samples. communities In which their holdings are
oht of our County of Lakeland. The purpose o'f the. organlriUon .
ascribing for one thousand of this Boston, Ma ., July 20th, 1910. Fraternity Hall Leads'fhis Week, With Miss located, desiring" only to make all the u outlined by. Mr. C. H.

pap/o be mailed weekly to prospectiveomeseekers Editor Kissimmee Valley Gazette. .Getta Moon a Close Second. money possible and then his" themselvesto WalkV.. of Boston, the 'ori Inatol'of, J,, 4'r
in the North and Dear Sir*Some\one is kind enough other fields, but that "rule'does not ,the plan was that an effort should be
satisfy the most ,, pessimjnl send each and ---__--- .tC0NTEST prevail with the companies doing business -
We) and to tb me your paper week, made to advertise; this part Of Florida .. ,
that our former statements were which I find pleasure in reading and NOMINATIONS : in this town and county as evidenced systematically, In view of the fact that : ,

eortt we. hererprint- ,few of the ask that you extend my thank. by a most liberal act on the part the attention of the country Is now directed .

maf letters of like Nature receivedat As a business man partly commission The following are the names an* residence of those who have been nominated of President Lynch of She Southern towards Florida, and the tide of ,-,:;-! t

fct office weekly, each writer stat requiring much advertising I com- in this contest with'the number o'f votes they have received to this date, : Colonization Co., 'where holdings in this immigration turned towards thls-State, '
ing\at the Valley Gazette has been mend your sending out "samples of county amount to 212,000 acres of land should make some effort toattract'' ""

I. the', use of his decision to come here goods" as an introduction of what you in the Kissimmee Valley and which extends these people. His Ide;'was that twenty '
ort it la doing a wonderful amount "manufacture" and propose to help l ices tn iii o0 Campbell Jrom Whittier on*the north to or twenty-five towns of this''section -

of.|>d towards attracting the public's you
atfetion to Kissimmee and, Osojolaeouv copies of July 15th issue I will have GENA MOON 15,975 Bsjs-tlnger' The company! desired a good road advertise this section,.establish head-

: each wrapped and mailed separately, to GRACE JOLLY . . 6,950 LENA PEARCE' 500 bunt between those two towns and pe-' quarters at'JacksonviUei'throuffh; which
different people who will be interested.If BESSIE WALKER. . 500 titioned the County.Commissioners to of travel
I KATE 0'BERRY . 500 city twenty-fire per eent. the
Will Locate Here Soon. you accept my suggestion, send at 500 NarlCoossee that effect. but as there was not sufficient comes before goingto" other Floridapoints i
J.vidence. R.- I., August 1st, W10.Ed '! once, please if convenient.A MAE GRAVES CHURCH S. S < i MADELINE HILL 500( funds in the treasury to the credit of the and otherwise male a united
Valley Gazette. few years ago business requiredme CHRISTIAN .yl.; 5001 i Peghorn road fund to do the work the Commissioners effort to bring definable settlers home- a ... '
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in northern RUTH THOMAS 500 I MRS. J. S. 600 were forced to deny the petition '
two continuous
r Jar Sir-My" Gazette came today years seekers and Investors to this favored
c to read it. I am interest Florida and I became greatly interest. PRESBYTERIAN!: CHURCH S. S . 500. St. Cloud however well they would have section. x
afrl" took time\. : 500WOMAN's ) )
in your city and hope, soon as I ed in Florida's artesian wells. I saw ALMA GRIFFIN 5<)X) I IMItS. NEVA HYRE liked to grant it, as they recognized At the conclusion of Mr. Walker',
possibilities'of such wells that were no- 5001 j jI RELIEF CORPS500 that the road is one of the urgent needsin address
catfet the chance to go'and see your, /\IfoR'ACE WOODALI.s ) . 500 -the roIl .of towns was called
where developed. One of several that portion of the county. On receipt and
near the answered
I .think following delegates ;
pisand locate there. your 5CK>0
II of that President
under control was .an 8-inch tube I information their
men must be alive, and I am my to names:
bQness . 500
# pliited to read of the mahy improve- with a pressure above the surface of 30- ESSIE WJNN. Lynch, from the company headquarters Arcadia. J. L. Jones; Punta Gorda,
odd feet. Nowhere in Florida then didI KISSIMMEE CONCERT BAND 50O I Whittier in Minneapolis, telegraphed the Com- I K
tat|) are being made. What C. G. Davis and J. G. Myrick; Wauchu- ,
pinpted me to write you was the cut oft I see the hydraulic ram used in' connec- I MAY BEIAFOUNTAINThg 500 I MRS. J missisners that he would loan the county la, W. W. Batemdn; Fort Meade. W. !+

tb new bank building. One can receive tion with an artesian well. Nothing, I -'- $6,000 on one, two and three years' J. Durrance and E. B. Simpson;;8ar- {

I leers from friends. and read published orlievowould so interest readers of I above figures show the interest base; nickle-plated: trimmings; three, time without interest if they would order tbw, C. H Walker ante T. G. Lode-: '
'that taken in the t. Popularity pedals with muffler; ivory keys; quad- he road built from Whittier toBaesinger.
syrounts. of a place, but there is noth- these sample copies of your paper which is being gre wood;; Lakeland M. f. Hetheringtonand
ti like pictures. This is next to seeing you are sending North au a brief description Contest no& being run by the ruple yeneeYed and is fully guarantees That most liberal offer was Dr. S. F. Smith; Kissimmee Geo.

'z tr, place. Ever since I have been in- of Florida's artesian wells anda Valley Gazette. for ten years against any deficiency' In accepted and the" Commissioners have 'F. Parker; SL Cloud, W. G. King ,

r ', (rested in your city I have tried to get minute detailed description of all artesian During the past week. numerous contestants workmanship or material. advertised for bids to do the work Plant City, G. B. Wells; Tampa W.

e view of yout principal business wells in Kissimmee and; perhaps have been busy calling their which will be opened in this city next 'B. Powell and W. G. Brorein; Braden-

p ifeets but have not been successful ,' surrounding towns-size of tubes friends, asking' them to subscribe to i Rebate Certificate.r Mon ay. town E. P. Green and J. H. Hum

Kt. These days, when'postcard .pic- depth driven height of wfeter/ by nat the Valley Gazette and asking them to The thanks of our people are due the 1 phries; Brooksville, W. A. Fulton and _

,/.ores are so cheap, it seems to me there ural pressure below i>rf above the surface save coupons clipped from the Valley The rebate certificates given as prizes Southern Colonization Co. for its extreme C. H. Freas; Dade City bra W. C. ;

ought to be some views that one can of the grourxlr-oatural\ Row Jpro- Gazette. are acceptable ajs part payment on a liberality In this matter for the Rice and O. N. Williams;. Sanford. O.;

., of your fine buildings 'land streets. Vi'liH! computation has be made. ) ; to I I Fraternity Hall leads this week with piano like the first prize given in this company's officers have proved they are R. Calhoun. J. N. Whitner and J. O. 's.
a would go a great way to showing; ifiJhe !i what 1 u'<- these wells are now applied. ,i 33.450) votes while Miss Gena Moon. contest, and will be accepted for their ready and anxious to do all in their Packard; Orlando, Wm. H. Jewell; Palmetto .
I ; ..rff-tly informed !I is such valiant work is a full face value by the American Music toward developing and buildingup
: place. one does it before I p'c. Sn far a* am imp \yho: doing power John W. Jackson.: n
kfet there I will do some myself. \ am I think all waters from Florida !', close second with 15,975 votes.- Mi s Co., of Jacksonville Fla. In other this favored county. I A telegram of greeting and good will

not afraid, hut that I can get my money I prings.or' artesian wells are more nrl Grace Jolly has a nice start in the con- words if a contestant shall win the was received from the Tarpon Springs

back by .-&I.. to wisher touri.-'t! if to no l leap impregnated with sulphuretted hi"I I test with, 6,950'votes. The fact that second prize of a two hundred dollar ANOTHERJESIDENTComes Board{ of Trade, and also a letter from a

,one else. I droi'''n gas-a product of white lIulI anyone of the contestants can practi- certificate this certificate shall entitle .l Mayor Gilleiple of Sarasota regretting

s I wish tnmgs was flU r could t'.n: now phubut since this is the very lightest I cally lead by the securing of a ten-year the purchaser to a four hundred dollar i hia Inability to represent his town lAthe (

but 1 can "(;it; meantime I am with you I of cases< a few hours of exposure of I subscription makes the 'race a11- the piano for two hundred dollars. These / to Kissimmee' Will' Make convention. a''' ,

at heart, and will still keep| reading tins water to the air will render it quite I more interesting. If either Miss Moonor certificates are transferable but not It His Future Home I Almost every dele at. present expressed

to keep in, touch with what free from smell o- taint. It has always Miss Jolly secures a ,ten-year sub- more than two hundred .dollars worth ... : his view as to the best manner
,jour is going paper on. Yours for success seemed to me that Florida people have j&cription, it'will put them, well ,up 'in of certificates\ shall be allowed to-apply Mr, M.'D. slr.who, moved hereabout lof reaching IM..pds sought by ', the organization '-
five weeks from Parish Oswego -
', . realized this valuable asset-t the race, on the purchase of one piano. ago and basis ofv
II. P Porter. 'never fully "? l ': the following
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> N.Y. his household
: j. 44tm.f county, >bringing *
.... well such a nat !:
.I.Idling. the artesian possessing --- I I I the plans 'which; the association'will
' : .,, : ',C ', i goods; horse and two, hundred fine Upon
6 .the Good INews. to Others.'. ural \elevation pressure. Contest Judges.-.- How the Contest Will Be Conducted white> leghorn hens has purchased, the I I be conducted, met with general approval if >t
Respectfully yours. I
Monte Vista. Colo. July'25th, 1910. S, C. Hopkins. In order that no reflections) can b* iI You can obtain tickets at the Valley five.acre mack tract of Mr. C, D.: Edick and was unanimously adopted
'I f I The name decided for the or*.
Editor Valley Gazette.i cast on this contest; the managementhas ;, Gazette offie. There will be a allot; and ten acres of high pine land just upon
friend of mine., Mr. Geo. west of town from Mr. Van Duzor the I i gtnization was the! South Florida; publicity
1 Dear Sir-A secured the consent of Rev. Bun- box at this office; In Which you can'de- I
I Boutwell. info ins mo that the County Coming Back in the fall. yan Steph..n.,'pa/ltor/ of the Baptist ; posit: your ballot, or you can retain latter of which he will plant In citrus : : Club. _

1 Commissioners of your county would Crowley, La., August 4th, 1910. church. Rev. J. T. Mitchell pastor of I, ballot and vote at your pleasure for fruits. Mr. Casler has come among us I I The membership' If restricted to theI

ry pay for the'Gazette to an outsider for Hello GentlemenHow are you all, the M. E. church, and Dr. F. G. Thom- : anyone you desire. to stay and is erecting a handsome I: Boards of Trade or other! commercial: ;!

,. four months. If so, please mail the what are you doing and how is the ason, the well-known physician, to act I I The names of candidates will be eleven-room residence with baths, toilets bodies and cored.. ," ;ij; ,

'same to me and oblige. I wish to make weather? We are having it hot here at u judges. of the contest. The ballot printed as soon as a sufficient numberof and everything up to date which !I The territory by1' the association t '

t. a trip to your town and county soon. present and can't sleep nights or rest box is row at Miss Hodges' millinery nominations' received to open the he expects to have ready for occupancy includes the counties, of>Lee. De-,' i*

Yours truly in the daytime, and it doesn't look Be store and the keys are in the hands of campaign and the votes they received by September 15th. As Mr, Casler (it a 1 Svto Manatee, Hillsborough; Pasco;:'

K. E. Cowden. though it were going to cool off this Rev. Mr. Mitchell. The judges will credited to them, and each week there carpenter and builder he I. doing the Polk Osceola, Lake Orange' Sumptsr- ,'
summer. Talk about rain, we had open the ballot box each Thursday at after the votes of each candidate will work on his residence himself assisted Hernando and Citrus. "' '

Anxious' (fo Learn More. some here this Spring when we landed, noon and count the ballots. be counted and printed by his son and father-in-law. He has The headquarters of the auoci UoQ' '

4th 1910.EditorValley but it lltopped. 'and now the duet Is as As these gentlemen are'so well known On another page of this issue of the chosen a splendid site for his home Will be selected each year at its annual V:
Grove, Ohio. August '
Cherry Gazette. bad as the -mud was. But we Can't this will Insure fair dealing for all con Valley Gazette will tm found a regular having a oeautifol surrounding view meeting,' for the first ,year' the headQuarters -_

t Sir Send of Florida hare it as we want It all the time, sowe testants.In nomination blank, which properly filled and being only a half mile from the will be located at'Lakeland,', f'
Dear "': me a map '
also of you"r and oblige. will have to take It as it comes and this contest the Valley Gazette intends out will entitle the contestant to a nomination Coort house. .- ; The details of the work of establishing -.*
+ a copy paper
not grumble.I to give absolute/free with exhibition rooms, 'information:
of away vote of five hundred votes. No {
A friend handed me a -
copy your paper ,
see that the people are still hustling worthof resu's, fruit and vegetable displays,',
Bf June 17th and I am anxious to out any strings attached-$1,160 : contestant shall be entitled to the use THE 'i
learn about Florida and especially a lot there and are bound to win prizes to be divided among the six of more than one nomination vote of PIEJCONTBT magazine or other advertising, is left

more out. I would like to be back there myself contestants receiving! the highest number -, five hundred votes. Votes shall be secured for the Board of Directors, ,which tbaU

Osceola county.Respectfully but will have to wait until I finish, of votes in the contest a* follows: by sending in free voting certifi Will Close on Monday Next at 12 consist of one 'person from each cony, ,
f E. J. Jones. my work here before we move back First Prize Upright Grand Piano. I rates published in the 'Valley Gazetteor O'dock Noon. mercial body or municipality composing VH J
which we will certainly do this fall. $400.00. the organization.Seven ,
by securing subscription to this '
I pa- '
c Hoping to see you all then, Second Prize, Rebate Certificate per. The number of votes allowed for The Pie Contest which has been running members shall\ flonatitutji a
TWO Coming to Locate Homes. in the Valley Gazette for the of the Board Directors'of
I remain all ever $200.00. securing subscriptions to the Valley put quorum of ;t.. -
Folsom, Cal., July 20th, 1910. Jack Johnson. Third Prize Rebate Certificate fI75. I Gazette shall be as follows: six weeks, will close on. Monday, next I the organization. yf

The. Kissimmee Valley Gazette. Fourth Prize Rebate Certificate 1CW. One year. Price $1.00/ 1.
Gentlemen-I have been reading the Will Be With Us This Fall. Fifth Prize Rebate Certificate. $125. I, Two years, 2.O) 2,500 for the prize-a silver pitcher-w II regulations governing the association/' -

i Valley Gazette for about a year, consequently Mill Grove, Mo., August 3rd, 1910. Sixth Prize Rebate Certificate!, 100. I Five-years, 5.00 ..5fM) please have their "pie" cut and filed inthis In order to finance!! the project,"the, "

have contracted the Florida fe Editor Valley Gazette. The first prize to' go to the contestant T en 10.00 20.000" office before that time. ( following scale of lees .were decided
ver and expect to visit the Kissimmee Dear Sir-The Gazette has been coming receiving the largest numlxn of votes jl years The Judge. of this contest Messrs, .uponh "' --- ****.; It

Valley during my vacation this summer, for which.1 to my address and truly for thankful.several months herewith in the contest" beginning with this rgsue Contest Management lha I Wl: B. Harris and Si J. Trlplett will'' For Boards! of Trade commercial, o>v . ?

.whi h I am forCe: !l Io take in July.or enclose 50 cents ,to pay for the Gazette of the Valley Gazette, shall bee ; open the envelopes and award the prizeat ganizationsormunicipalitiesrepresent '-.. ,
Autruet. as for the past rs I have another six months. I think, if full size, highgrade.Cot* Cabinet I Mrs, M., Florence Keyes. a contest o'clock Off the afternoon"< of the ''Ing a population of less then 1.000 inhabitants -." ; '

been down and out with malaria in July : nothing happens to the contrary, I will Grand Piano and to the next five lucky manager of long experience, arrived l in same day and any who are interestedin initiation fees S15; monthly 's p
I and August. While in Florida if I find be in your section this fall.Respectfully contestants certificates aggregatingseven I the city Wednesday and will take charge the outcome of the contest are invited asseksmenta $10. ,

the, outlook good and can find some good Harvey yours! Conkle. Hundred and fifty dollar. shall be I of the contest, Mr. H. M. Settle the to be on hand at that hour and Towns from 1.000 to 2,000 inhabi-- ?
t i land properly located and the price to present manager, leaving tonight for see that the award is properly made. bona initiation fee. $30; monthly.
nL. } I sessments 920. ey, '
suit my old friend. Dr. Endicott, and I Enthused Over Florida. This beautiful Cabinet"Piano is hand- I'Virginia to take et>arge of a contest on A large number\ of "paper pies" cut Towns from 2.Q00 to 5,000 inhabitants, '
want to buy land suitable for homes, I I the Suffolk Herald into all imaginable shapes and into sundry Initiation fees $60
Atchison, Kan., July 24th, 191&Editor ( : some in case design and Anish artistic II-... ; monthly assessmentTowns *
where we can spend the remainder of Kiseimmee Mrs. Keyeswill be pleased to have allcontestants and divers numbers of pieces bave i $3)I) 'e
Valley Gazette. plainness that attracts and is always I e
our time in peace and comfort. Dear Sir-I have delayed on I and their friend call on her been received, some coming from subscribers -1' from 8,000 to 10,000 inhabi'k '
writing admired. Height 4 feet 9 inchev, width I tents, initiation, fees 175 .
account of being Last at the Gazette office. in states two thousand ; monthly assessments
-\ Very respecfully, yours!!, *so busy. winter 5 feet 2 inches, depth 2 feet. 3 inches. I Valley miles\ 50. '
H. J. when I was on a trip here I had all I I distant but there is still in the '
Slaughter room Towns of
could do to keep from freezing; now the Seven and one-third o octaves when boxed : 10.000 inhabitants Or over 9+
Bids Fair to be Close Race. for \ Initiation feesJIlOO
strong-box "pies and
climate is at the other extreme-I have ready for shipment weight &50 many more ; monthly. assessment' e
n One Paper Brings Three families all I can do to keep from roasting. I pounds. -1 i The contest is now shaping into a every one of our subscribers who has I $50.The convention felt that this I .;

.esterville, Ohio August 4th, 1910. heard a man say today 104 that the. thermometer This piano has Automatic Extension ; close race. The fact that a ten-year not already done so i urged: to get busy about as Ur as it could proceed until was ..;
Kissimmee Valley Gazette.: registered degrees.People a' with pencil and paper and be sure and I pledges from each body desiring become '
Editor here are very much enthused Front with Music' Rest the subscription will put the lowest ope in
'i Dear Sir-Before leaving Florida I over Florida. I If the Commissioners of length of the piano, hand carved panels the race In close range with the mghest have your "pie" in this office before a member had been for its pro rata of the i
tt Osceola! could take noon Monday, as the contest. \\1i11.po.- expense received and it was ,
and address of county just a trip
, gave you the name a and mouldings. Has folding fall board proves thiIf the contestants who determined to call a meeting of UKT- '
and West and and hear for that I
Morth see Itively close at hour.
4, Mr. Rich of Flint, Franklin county. themselves; what the Valley Gazette is hard wood back. The sounding boardof are low in the race will secure one ten- I directors at an early date to perfectthe "...,. '
Ohio, and to whom you hay\ been sending doing they would become more enthused. the best known material for reten- year subscription now, this will place The ballot box in the Valley Gazette organization and make plans for et i '

the.Valley Gazette ever eince. He If they would mail out 2,500) or tion of sound waves, and the wrist them in the tanning. contest will be found at Miss Hodges' j meeting active and.also effective the work" At this ,"
permanent officers of'
has just sold his property, and together S.OOO would copies of the hundred Gazette dollars every in Week plank constructed. o'f compound rock The thingto do now is to get busy. millinery store on Broadway where the i the organization will be> aaleeted. Un4, *.:
S with two or-three other families will they for get dollar a expended. return ma'pl r Has the double French .pet-: See ill your friends and make them $400 piano, which Is the first prize ison til such election It' was. ordered that,W. t ,

ti, tart' for 'Florida soon. So you may I will be every with you in September I inc action; the German Imported take a.subscription. The fact that aIIdolar exhibition. Votes will-be every I K. Jackson and M. F.: Hetherington @+r
r hold! the offices of and t" '
i ', Justly. take to yourself I the credit of W. S. Alyea. strings; three unisons with overstrung \ subscription will 'put you in Thursday at noon by, }he judge, .,jj)], respectively.president *\\y secretary .*'. I t'; '';

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} "CHATTANOOGA' While out rep rosen, f at Ive Is right on the ground( there rrady to explain II .', Is there .u *: WE MANUFACTURE

.bettcrtliiio tiiau NOW .Jo I look into IIi I tgiii. "tlon .o14SUB-IltRIOA'1'10lie 1 is there for SEWER PIPE>

,hard-burned Halt-glazed thC'.l'lwcJn1Imrlw-e explaining. .!so it nill cost you absolutely nothing investlgat'eand PIPE
1 drain 1_. tile. isttianufactured :: you will be under no obligations= at all to us if you do not bll1I" you have a )piece "* GUTTER ,

irrigation" of IluHJ'ami i,'{mId simpl.y'ikc" ) < to lanow' what .stib-irrigatioii'would do for it. but have, no PIPE' 1i I IIPE

by men. who Intention of pun-liaising 'tile, lei i..1Ir.. Hang) call i inl SHOW you hbn'.and >>,vhy: and,?>vhat. i t J'I

. have had -thirty"' yearH. ex-' to'. do, and. .. give,. you first..Jiand;. -iii... orinntlon 'about the. famous. ,Kamford rub irrigation- '" >vof-i.-' CHIMNEY TORStIRRIGATIONDRAIN '

perle ce. in tiieclay-w prk- 'f' JLE ,

hip ...... ""htgJnd'ustry---. Chattanooga l Sewer Pipe & fire Brick Co. .- .BOILER.FIRE. BRICK TILE"'- "f j, t'. '. '


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$ RUHNYMEDE MOTOR BOAT CO J I 1I :NuUi-e l. hereby' ulvell ,.. the tUowllltc< ""M'rll".cllon.t.i i>r .o inui'It thirvuf will be '
[ ,1144"'M"7" to pa* (lie lmIlllaIIhleorlaxe4 hi'ruin' s"'t 1'1"10| tinBHIIIB. tPKHhi r "ill cult &>f. :tl.
$ 5of HUI'h Knli-niKl nilvcrtinliiK. will be tuft nl (iiililiinut'Him un Monilnv.. .tin' Mh (1 Mt."il mtur, A.. .!m
Sole Agent tot Ouccola and Stolk Countim : 1 1>. 1010.111 front of llie Omrt llon e dour lit KIXHlmiiu. in t lie < miiily. oKfe'eela stale of ''

$ -.- the-- 2 r'.irlila. .______ __ __ _____ _ ,_ "

f Celebrated Mullins Pressed 5 H Popularity Contest. I . I.2 ...c.! w, . i1./I

IIM' NIpDIIN' ov. ,LAxa 1 ; C t I owgn. ",0 .
Steel Launches and Row Boats I .
'J. 0 :::! '<: I'g!
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1 f Hult 1. All money for SubHcnptioriKe liule 1 8 Votes once issued cannot bi -- --- -- .

$'.I' Shall paid, to .>lrs. M; Florence:. transferred to another' contestant I.. .,.. . 'Ct9: + 14" 411 l hubluikr. W A { 100 .
$ I. .5.tAI" ,Nu. 41.. ""v'l/u. lv /I \ 1 01 r
Ke.Contest Role i*, No will be allowed
: MttnaK1'- votuH onnubscri4llwns 1I of 0e' I. 1\ 14'Ia ::11. 10 I..j b a
$ ul' ''W'.W'', .'
t $ I 1tile i) 2. CorteM Maanjffr't. Kijjnaturr held out more than' one I''I.'I.W/ I III, Nw i4 .. I : !141 5(0: 1"0 S..aac. W II Q 10 M6
: I 1 1 (It NN tM III ... W II 1 4.1N'Iy ,
Slugs {
must Inaffixed to all) votr N before week after being .cur..1! by cunt"tl"t.OulJhcriptions' .
J 1 i I or nw !: 2"N :.a': MI ,11111.lilt. I. N ::1 (IIi
tip. f 4va : they are of \alue in tin conte-t' : rnunt be turned in prompt' i I Nl, ',4 of .wI. lt". a .1.-1" 711 y .r.I".i II tNI '
TIC+ Ntdeo1411 16 't I). le 1 M, 5'4{
1 Rule Hal . b. l with ",..ted 1 Tor : ; I : .tL. '
::1. .l cannot bought.TLr ly together money I, .414 .r 411.! 1'. au. :1.I a'. lists. Mrr ( .. d 1441
# I curtest, will lw lair bails. them. Votes. will be issued where xubfj 1I"j u' bur of ...1. of 11x14. run) x 11,,
run o .1
$ ., )d. Il '11113..1 IM. II loS. yd", c 4lI4' y,1) .,; :.. : :., ,1 i Arnoldy 'J' : :l03IN.
fair fur a11.l) Totes be ubtiuiel . received but tontettantH 1 ''. of 1111'' :; 1'1.1", 6.6
of can only > {riptiuim are w Je cal
Salem Ohiof
These built! the W. H. Mullins Co.. .
.. boats are by "qof, N' ..J. 4W 1. .lens 1 10..a 0" cot. ru"- '
puncture-proof steel platen air-chambers like a lifeboatcannot t'ink. I liy MlUrilJ) fi to mcrItUuoN, ltlir, may retaiH these voteH....and t a-t them u I101dq' t4I. y.I..ltll.l..I. !" ..p : !.. :.' 1.,bNUII. Pill,:' 1..21'2

$ leak warp, dry out, watei-lojr! or crack Perfect models l anJ the Krvat: $ Ir JIM-| .ixl l or n in'\\ "I., or by eUIIII'1/: 1mlllatl" /)'" wf ('IIt'\'t'r they wish . I.oU2 IvInon. nnd I. a/uwl4"t./ If. ''1.1'of .uw Add-m''is , Nub ':; .. 3. 1.'. 0.111",01.. "".torr I.rK .

eat barifainii in the world Launches and row boats> onjni"'i for immi-d free $ 41"1/ OS s e.Ir "f 11'14' O1 N" I. rill" a ,1.7I ,
n< n: i.iiupiiii'or votng'er-; Kul lit. Nominators or ( oriti .htantoin ,
diate delivery .\(1..1.\ a ll; y l..iiiM, yd." I. ;I.a .11" 5 I'nrl.-r. ,4..k \ 4tis
i .. II fkalu. "f.wl.t w..kly 1 ,paperrknee the \allijy Gazette tontest ntustagree I ) ' .- tN le 1,11l '' t\ II Jr I i l
KONNYMKIJK: MOTOK BO.\.T CO. $ No . 7'x': r'u;w ; .v: W : m: .:: I ., ; : 4:
4 'mpl| \ '< of tt ValleyGazttte tu mid ai t ept, all rules and conditions 1.1,1 I U"'V" t
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P. O. Address Narcoomtee, t'la. RUNNl'NEDE I ) ; I" 311. ,4 ". a /I Ir : -4

$RWK'01M1M'bNM" N'N1M1N11'HNN1-" ' ,NNNN' $- I cir a mtmber of tai family will 1 I 1j'.:. .0.1.4,n.'.w' : :of''I:'';'.' (suds owu...1 .I,1 A J r! G'r, ..u., !o .PNrt'q .h,'K' I 0'lI.rlh.r. '

In pirmitted to "partly'ipate eitli<'r a. anunlnator Jr : I'.. 1,111'". ':,
Rule 1 11 J. 1'1.1 l 'rd tn
I righi is n "ii < ,4 lp II.I n0r.nrt II?
1111thcot r"1 j '' :. 714. JI'lh"' ',
voter ti.t.IuIt.

.......................... I I: ) ri. ( 'l-ullh"I'W % ill. nut hi H.. jctt also to alter any thi'sirules. hhunldo NN' Nw'I4 of'11.14 11 I. l 2rv .1",,"e ''O.11' HI",1,I."h." .III'I'r'4".. 'ly 'I I '; 01':'' 1Ui.111' 1

4- "lrll.t..d .l'i !..-urii>K "ubb. < ri["tiorjh, but iro.t ill III', of 11..1. Mld..14' I
j <'c'awiiin demand nod 41.14 1.1, 'alt' ... : ... .. '
: YOU CAN COME TOKIssIMMEE tjii/ tieUnit .. I 1" + 2'O I .1. 410
niahtturt in in place''I
any } \,114, ..r {I..oJ. 1..1111 I Is-u ...1.. N and ,I. :- A
'il StattKuU '--. Rule| ]1''. Any question wlndi hall II w aI. n' 'l-orI. I.I, I runty so7t'ff ,
w 11! II n I'74 II. a I(4 It I.. "ilea 13 : .. .1st.! I ivrlxot. AU.."d i I' 11 \
b-tvM-i'n the eoulestabts, will IndtiTinineil -
aiisi ..
: I : : I. OLly 1 one ;\u . '.. .'7' 4'1' 1'.1"10'1. H.I eldlvlh4n .\ 5
, l the Contest L u14ArfbN.k. II .
JKI I "tJlluiK{ tdili. K.itevtHfl to 5$1': by ManageniiM 7. Nory Mnretlb II -ub- .
// of 111.14 nr ill' or lul I.
votes trill Lie allowed.ICule and It. ditimon will bi linul "'.1111\1".1)) l'I\' ,1 I !.. 'N.' .ruow"rll" If NILul ,
Z FROM -- .1 I biolI.' ICI) Hu". ... ..,.".. I'rNluu II I.ul .'.1
I i. All voles niui-t be in the I Iaspertfully/ \ iiurhOVThSl KMhwanN", . Ili\(
Tiur..dll, Lop ; uud -. hlk G. 1111 )I' Uruu14lt. "Ad ''I'h"'e., i 4Ibb I
iayelte tidies
CITY r..JU' Addnluutut
j rash w..k. 'I 1. "I".k 't wlllulmr 63Lnli
. I and 4. hlOl k I''. 411IIr, M.. 1.d1a ; voI.ot
"hw k II ,
c/Ouhl"n. lIouy ;u
AND RETURN FOR Deg 111 ft r of of lift 74, mil1 e
I II-', 'It, N o"rt.-.r; :: I 1.17'! It u ,III." It. 1
\'ey to an acre of land below Wh:ttier, : F I J. 1 C' . ., '
and 25 and > AdilltlonKol Med k.I' L .1
$34.00 spend days Proceed.ngs; of and same wax accepted by the hoard .>ir1 I"' .. Acllitou... _
and Superintendent was. instructed tohae ,,1,1,1 I\tu..k.'r',.rub dU of bio.| k. I

Long enough time to inve.tlhate the, best the School Board. l also received name recorded asking that A petition a ,school was be.ievtablished All "h"'k III f.,I.unit Nod tiLLI.IH IL" Mioeiuaki.. .r.H aiibdivnf- - ,.. T'llampxuu Uukiiou' H' : l

block III .
and a house be built on Haiti t'ukuon ,
land in number of led! d 1"11. ,Mm .iiiaki. !l.dty VJf.v
any acres ever ai" n'v < r H MII
The Hoard referred
the matter
acre I I tLoI.'I .
bliNk Ql l ' July . ... "
placed the market 10 Mr. TumbJIn with the request that : : 2 ami' 1 1.h"'S., > .'I I Mla /.!Ixttc!
on I Hibfrimrtiee, Fla. Aux. o* ;K'Thi '. lit make a report at next meeting. ].CJI..l.Jh..k. !t., ....''JOrn.I.U.I..., Ai.j) I I"k"e"\ t (
Hi KHI i'..r lot I I. lilmkii, runty 11 71" fl 1 W .
for Boar] of Public Instruction tnt I 1 I I The School Hoard has. been so fortuI
sale by 'i' fl.. ;.I I foe M; It I.lth.A.I I I'4.tlTS, /lllH. I
I in regular cession, Ihrre, being preM.nlW 1 I I hate as to secure the Cervices uf Miss Ix.l I bl .. C Bahs. Chairman, K:. r, Hrowr:i, Alex,".. U (Hardy to take charge of the IJ' d La...'. .
Z W. S: ALYEA : land J. B Tuinblin ; alo\\'. J. Sear. Musical )Department of the O.olaHllob 1"1/11".10 I I'. | ii "I.l MIi.'iirlii ofiiu1. *,! v 4
sM ufbuU -
rillm ii f1. Til1- i rnrvM
; SuperintendentMirutefiT School for the, unsumg tp1"m.I I .. |. ,.-IydlI' H, i"n v'1HNI A. I 1. l.. !N. I tnklllS' i1 .- \
la..t nnular seioi w.'r.. JNliKK has had vxtillent '14 uf .w' It, . ..
) Hardy trainingin N .e AI.rslalu./ JHX A 1 L
Z Rooms ] & 12 State Bank Hldg. KISS1MMEE KLA : of.I of .-. :'.. J.e ICI Ii *; k
\ I read and' upprn\ed both vocal and instrumental music, Itl:" eor.frY: :14 of,uw'f alt f.' ran, n I'll! It Latlirn'
H. L :Millir Cnuiity Ir..aiurii. If-- and those h.iving children whom Ih..y'I .. Ifof'( ,.
KX't( a IJIHt
.1 1'541 "II VII E
I I. Hurt j
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.......................... T4rthr 1.., follmM-/ : wish to take music lestdii", wall be fortunate C. 1. rNl>Tlivx .
I if 1'iiljln 1I. I 1-! :- if.thc'V secure her services. .ollwtor *>i cioa < ouuty
:1rl'if.ia1I.r..wJtll;; ; ; ; :;: ; : . -. .
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I. , lorO-HeoISi County.< Any patrons ol the (.fsceolu IiIkbScbal -- -- .

- tender my report rl.'J'ruis-. wishing to secure the service's I '

I lunr of (Otciula County for O,L n.or.lh. ol MISH Hardy ran d.* so by writing I II -- -

,''of June A. U. 1\110\ I Superintendent. J. Sears, or Mus ..' ':' : : .'
",,"''Ik"t. 8CIIUOI. 'VItU I Hardy in person, at Raleigh,' N. C. ..,fI'f, ,. t'I": 'I"r ; /," '"
t *SPECIAL HOSIERY SALE To t..lanc'ru!' ,.. lu.t rt| .
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I I Ij Amt recd from CltittnH Hunk.; ICM.H.," t t/ '!M-00'}} (Kl recommendations! which bliss Hardy' ' ....!' .!!I .
I ., *'" ,". Kl.fimniti.,City; Jor'* .'\, ''{J.'ity :,, Las':. 'j \V .
''ment.I1)'hool Ia"1,0(1 \1'4.',I' St' Mary's School; 'J "
1> \! :," Mayt28 h1Ana' Truth -
j 'ueiaY'tt' ....d. ,:,"'LI"l'u V01I""" .c.or, 2i411 ," :' Kareigh, : ': I.
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j pot" lp To AJ! Whom it May Concern : \

; It affords me' pleaxure'to testify -
e will place our immense stock of Gents'. Ladies' 1-4, "t !. to the merits of Alexme U.
and Children's Hose on sale at the following Hy 1 I' u.-0. ,I.t I'" "..I .l -. llurd> As a student, she, has been i \

prices for cash only ul fl.Ic 1 / j earnest and painstaking. :, making/ excellent l. '! About Florida"and .

St W.OL SI a-plan. NV. .. : progress in piano, harmony and I t

l I' oOe Host at ;.3Ic! ? I1., 11..0.1 rrporl} ... history. of music 'In piano, she has I'
madeexcellent! iniprovertlent' in teehnie. |I \
ni ii *> i n tuji i*' I.M MI.,
25c Hose at 1IUlot! I r and plays with finish and style; while in I I

.. she has been the best student values in
20c Hose at l 411 harmony I - --
I *, tf u IL -Is ti'H. M> III the school! She has most satufac- I I .
l 15c Hose at 10.1 : To I"al fl "nil I.., rt art '.< 51 I torily completed the musical work nec- I

lOc hose at c .Tuamt ix: from TAX Col. tuxva .1 ru | esbary for graduation! at our school ; I .
I S 'and In my estimation, possesses thel j Timber and CitrtisFruit
1 Farming i it
qualifications that would make her valuable -
Call early and get your sizes while they last and I save I .< II" ,il, -I 111.1'INT' vii 4. 1 as a teacher of these. subjects in 1; ...

twenty-five per cent. Everything marked in plain figures. 1 o ImliiLie fri,Hi :UHt rt-nifl| I ll''17 school work. .\
Ton nit rti'cUrtl I from l lax <'01.) tare HI ability
I Miss Hardy adds to her musical Hr

-YOURS FOR BUSINESS- ::.UI. the charm of a yery pleasant i .....

ofpnldwsr.aae41.p.r1..t. J .U IK. ) sonality. Lands Orartge

H.C.STANFORD CO. r ___ ALMON W. per-I, ,
-1 K)' Lnlanir_ . . ". .I BUIB Musical. Director.
> I.: M ILLU<. loiiMT 1 reaeurrr If further recommendations are desired -
Paid warrants in the sum of (1,499.70!> they' can be furnished.W. :

A were cancelled in open session: J. SEARS W. C. BASS : .: Groves and City PropertiesWrite

Bills were approved and warrants issued ' Superintendent: / Chairman. I
as follows: ------ ---
W J Sears,sal. as Huvt *00 IH> Notice I .r

W 'D.lUl'l I "IHI i or call on
E E frown .' 6 (W Notice is hereby given that the reg

Safety Our First Aim [ J B Tumblin. .. 14 '"0Vallry ) istration books will be open! at my placeof I \

GautU, printing '> 00 business from 9 a. m. to 12 m., and
W B Maklnaon auimlioe., school I XI' I R. D. WARING &: CO.
Edward Martin <-o. su|< .lie> 1.0 from 2 p. m. to 5 p. m. daily from I' I
0 !
,) C W Gritlln Imt alec tub-dIM.No'1 I 5 W August 1st until and including October
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4 8 (IHI' 8th; and in the various election pre .

Every safe-guard known to the I B... :Miller, cum treasurer. -17 I I* cincts from September 5th until State Bank Building:
W L Pearce.. else Inapec .ub-dWl Not 2 00 octo-I
I ber 8th Time and place will be
W -'hamlln..1ee inspnatur and returning Kissimmee Florida --
banking business is used to secure box. sub-diat No 4 It JO nated by District Registration Officers .
W E Underbill. fli-t: Inapoe sub-dial > _ ____ _ _ __ .l _
U K clerk llO'' un
Durrsnro. .
Oct. 8 Supervisor RegistrationA i
Vf ttbor.ehoul No I '1.10
funds deposited with Z Bass
us. ..
R L Slarlinu. 2 60 ,
I Card .
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J P Hawthorne, error 1 7& . -- -
t !Superintendent; W. J. Sears wan m- Having sold my interest in the I'.ans- _

structed to advertise for sale the old II ville Grocery Co. to my partner; .Mr. J. '
achtiol! house lot at Iias8inrer; for oneWeek ROLLINS COLLEGE 0.lOIIDA.'S
B. Williams, on from the business
Citizens Hank of Kissimmee in the Gazette and Iournal. Bids retiring I .
: to be made toM superintendent and 1 desire to thank our friends and OLDEST CULLFUE t 1

marked bid Said, bids to be opened at I I customers for their liberal patronage 4relsge

next 'regular meeting of the Board! I and support, and .to assure them of my I WINTER PARKDEPARTMENTS
We 4 cent in The Board accepted the rehi. rrratton i t
pay per Savings Dept. I hearty appreciation of same. Mr. Wik
of U. P. (Durrance as principal of
.. Academy. School of Mimic Schixiluf fine Art. School of Ex ......ion. School of
hams will continue the business and 1
School No. 20, alai! resignation. of. L. A. j Doineatic and Industrial Aria liuaineaa Pchool. Coumta for Tearhvra.
Safe Deposit Boxes for Rent. ; Young ua teacher of School No. 40. besprak for him a continuance of your FAcuLTY .
The Trustees in and for Sub-school I kind consideration and support. Europe.Twenty: Prufeaaori
'. ------ I District No. 4 were instructed to place LOCATION "
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Walk across slouch I leading to School I On Atlantic Pout f.ln. and Sea.buB.rd Air Line. 9IImU... north of Tampa,on the fajmou "FtorIda *
No. 28, at cost not to exceed $80.00 Height': in one of the moat-beautiful and healthful town. of the South, no malaria .
for sale at this office. BUILDINGS
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The Trustees in and for School No. Ten eommodiouB and attractive. buUdl_.; Science. Hall coating !!<>.0OU now in process of
UNIVERSITY. OF FLORIDA ELORIDA STATE COLLEGE() FOR WOMEN 13, Sub-DiaL: No. 3, were requested to .erection. a campu. of 26 ac.... sloping to Lak. Virvtnia. which I fa connected by navigable. ca-
tMMSmt TALUMiSSIE I report on transportation of pupils to H. D. GEIGERAttorneyat1Law nala with three other Lakea: aeltarate outside room for each student; electric licbta; II.. protection.
of million dollar endonrment.
1 SUKaHII IKtTITBTIOI FOIi said school and also price allowed'each. quarter a -
ILTIINAZrWMI of Arta and Sciences. Normal 8e'8eh1 ,
i lEi of Mimic. School of Art School. of Expreaaion 'at the next regular meeting of the Foot ball baae ball baak.t ball golf tennis, boating, .tmmln&.erequlrood rymnaatica.. Golf
reur colleges. station, School of Home Economic Board. The same request was made of links and itymnaaium' aa nne aa any In the Huu'th.Thorou..bll' .
Us4vsnit exteaakm. 4o tru/eaaora and ........ First clasa equipment throughout Tuition free the Trustees in and for School No. 28, State Be-nk-Bldg Christian, t"nd.nomlnatlonaIID spirit and control .
aa 'i bulkllnirs and campus For caUlusrueiiddreas "" r***
i.a.Kamil.. frai...aL. IWiltO CMMDI "'.""Ii .KJ-Ot Deed was received from Mr. J. Har- Kissimmee Florida N

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1GE 1-;: AGE t t SAUNDERS RESOLUTIONSPassed I the hfIt most prrM'tual|fastidious dream-. and sufficient exacting.. _to- lure ....4.; .....:..........: "i J il

.' I II I. These blessings and advantages are EMIL (' ERNEST MACH v\.' ti;,
Boit Builder r by St. Cloud Lodge 0.0. F. yours with hut little effort. . Ant Standard Oil Co, '1 ,. II

on the Death of J. T. Cobb.I I For further information addressNelson . MACH: : BROS-:: ''"
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GH AD6 Noble (Grand; and .Imithera.; ,

4 MOTOR ANDfrOUEE BOfTS.BOATS-SAIL ,t ,t 0 p 0REPAII '. red would Your the respectfully committee death of ,submit Brother to whom the J.W9 following T. refer-Cobb, I Over Realty Citizens Bank Company, I; : Livery, Feed: and' Sale Stable : \ ,;4 ,, .

\ WG A PECIALTY I r"'Hi>lufions and, recommend their adop--{j)! Kissiiiimee!' Florida. Agt. International Harvesting Co. \-. ':I, \
I lIOn' .j I I. .," d I
Ina the -
'f IRenfseelel Resolved, that in the death of Broth .A.J.L KINnS: IIF43''c2LINGF.: : ; :: ::: : "" ", ;, ; ,
(IT Cobb this lodge has lost an efficientand Florida Maps. I II > /". }i
1tilr1Pitle'1Iigitie' well-loved brother. Oh, brothers, : + Everything and first class. We render } :4?'
prompt ar
there I is a religion in a good Odd fel- I| t:poll receipt of 23: cents at the Valley .
low's death that we can not tell to all |< Gazette office a pocket map of Florida satisfactory service day or night. .
Till Wind t Standard Z-CycIl Metro
k I the providence world and are as permitted to us who to by survive a kind (||i will t te mailed to any address in the ONE HALF BLOCK PROM PASSENGER DEPOT/ S -.Jw'

f; Pumping Engines Irrigation Unts: him the finest may say of writers in the language of one of .j.j i maps United of Stated.Osveola We county can at also tl each furnish, and : Kissimmee, Fin. Phone 113 : ' 1' )

Touch us gently, Time, I I I will I be glad: to estimate on sectional maps 1
-Jff';, A. CAitMO.V.. I eHldunt, N. t. liUVAN. ,.SM.iKK1.AKThe ; ; Let us glide down thy stream of any kind. .........k................ '
Gently Though, a.we a quiet sometimes"dream.-glide i 1 i Large'desk- blotters forj sale. at this' -. ., . .,.. .__......--- -_.._-, .. _-_.
ate us$ & Carson Ileaolved- that the members this office--"=-T- .(.u.or._10.(...:..cents... ;=;."'__ __ .:..".4.J._:-. =
: :. lodge do sincerely sympathize with his 1, '
, afflicted/ family and friends I;iri ,.the sor-t.

Gr Cery.CompanyWhole I II event in row'and Resolved mourning has bereavement occasioned.that for our our" charter departed which}be brother this draped sad'. l TAILORING 1 1p//M New'Shoe. Store M: ., 1 +:.

and that R copy( of these resolutions be it-.
.. I spread minutes and become 1 Is .n art few achieve, but
on our
., .ale and f'ta.l: Dear Ir.. I ot same. Ladies' Gent's and Children's ShoesHIGH k
Further resolved that a copy be sent ANDERSON & BYNUM .
to tia afflicted parents an a fitting'! testimony GRADE AND UP-TO-DATE
GROdE'RIESWE of out esteem and enduring DARLINGTON AYR.

; memory. '. \\ J.J.M.O.L.P.McNew.Dutton.Julien. Excel All Others in Kissimmmee See tit YouT Buy MARSH & WHIDDEN

Alvodo the BEST
: Approved by St. Cloud Lodge No. CASH BASIS
\ 66. L .O. O. F.,, July 26th 110.Ja Cleaning Dyeing Repairing STATE BANK BUILDING
SELL WE BUY : R. Powell;Sec.Fine ; )
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HAY HIDES I Combination . "
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FURS .. '
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FERTILIZERS. WOO 1 Anyone desiring to enjoy a country I .,1'I
SHINGLES' life with all the advantagesof'excelientgraded : McCormick MowersDQNT ..
AND school and 'high school,ehut-ch .- ....
I\ < to ORANGE BOXES 'privileges, good markets, also choice ctt- I .; I', \ -< \.

ORANGE WRAPS ALl:. i rus fruits of all kinds, berries, finest of .
vegetables and at the same time own
t I VEGETABLE CRATES .. COUNTRY I II It some exceedingly valuable rich, fertile I .
soil and trucking lands, where fine flow-
,ling artesian wells can be obtained, can ,
i I have all these blessings right here in I / S \ it
I Kiaaimmee, ,
I the capital 6f Osceola
! : We selL;-field and garden seeds or all kinds. ""county, Florida. C) Buy a t: e

' I '.J We give special attention to f fitting oat hunting and camping Pinedale is the logical location for n

rties. valuable: suburban homes adjoining our 0 '
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. Free delivery in city limits. Phone No. 12. j city limits, giving all kinds of religious! 'MoWER "
{ ? W9 are county: agents for good Mrtilizsrs t Ask us for circular I educational and commercial advantages. . j _.

t 1PriceS,90> fertilizers. 1 Five or ten acres of this excellent land - ;', ;
I j will furnish ample room for all kinds of I
.. . | citrus fruits, peaches, berrlenand, vegetables -II. via ,A e.eo 8 8a

r t eooooouooooooooon i xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx; ;I iI I I yard and,* leaving the keeping room of for a Jersey a poultry cow I.;! Until Our Demonstrator Calls . }a
Secretary I and horse. E
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Combining the above-mentioned acres '
; with the rich, fertile lands in Park Garden i On You S \ o
I where artesian flowing wells can I 0U
/ KISSIMMEE LUMBER CO., be secured in great abundance, where :: } i 'xU

I three to four splendid crops can braised 'w ia't
I per annum and Pinedale being ,
I i located midway between Park Garden .. fI1 .

r .. pough tid Dressed I combination and.the town of of Kinsimmee these two,-makes properties the OS EOLA'HARD'W ARE CO. -" (:

moat desirable and valuable.
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I All vantages can be secured S. L, LUPFER, Manager t
, Pine Lumbe on terms, if desired.
, ..... ' I Added tQ the above pleasures and advantages ./' .
there are excellent healthful 1' '
I climatic conditions, where the summer McCormick Mowers .
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-, ,- ClassifiedAdyerLiseth'ntsAdvertisements ,I JSHANNIBARGER! Bicycles .
PUBLISHED KVXBT FRIDAT. and Sundries, Orlando, Fl J3.1Otpd i
[B'rOL.D'PROVEEBS4Don't 1 An Him flam GameP1ayediwi.aLocaIirm ., .
; F't Office In Valley Gazette Building -' 1 t I -SALE-Good. .Inle UIO and :
: .K1SSIMUEE.O8CHX3LA COUKTT.FLA. .., under 1 ,harness; price $30. H. back .'
1 i. the are Inserted this head at the rate of B Cent* B, bnan
blare Lord no.r neigh '
.. your of High School eI '::i,
'C --- bor If you suffer pain and sickness, it i. There is no longer any question about per:line each insertion., \I-( bldy. -f3-4t-pd,
5' W. HARRIS, Editor and pr p'I '. .,. 'I
B. for the
KissimmeeJ&aving qualified city FOR SALE5lot
the penalty of your owiv omission or In E. L Lesley ;,1
t I t : :' J. TRlt teT1VA. ..,oclat. Editor.' commission., .* .. *.. Mass, for the flim-flammef', among us ., '. WE,can sell your orange grove for a reasonably I Addition'Klsslmmee." .. till' leet. j 4t;
.. . 1 and baa already begun busiWss in the -WADE. ,, the tuner. Orlando. *' price on short notice.. ,List Apply to,JM. M. JonnsU i, abstract '
; r RATES,'I'' 'Look not 'mournfully over the past, most approved,t and up-to-date manner.- I with us and allow us a chance to Verify office, Klssiminro. 33-tf ;:,
k i. (" On Saturday night last Mr.. H. C. REMNANTS on sale at C.,W. Dann's.PICTURES .
.. . .. ) this statement. R. P.Waring&Cp.FOR f
OMtWpT.OM (100Ml it is forever ; improve the present, :
. Stanford received a telephone'' I LAUNCH FOR HIRE-P ,wish- '"* .ionthi..' .. .. :: ; 6o message V<
.. 'tt it l I. thine. framed at the Home Store,
purporting to be from Mrs.: S. B. Awlt-'. SALk-Nice'four-room cottage, Ing, to go. on the lake, either for ,
: communication$ *. uwpt from our author-. t man,requesting that a suit of. clothesbe ..FOR SALE-Four good mule.. J. W. verandas, flowing well.,desirable local- businesi ot pleasure da\ or nigh, '! -
'r' bed.oyspond.nta.matt b.clcned by tlx wrltnIU .Truth. is man' best friend. aent to her residence, at the same Miller. ity, price $600, liberal terms. 'Arthur I fan! be accommodated by pplying to '
t ".c-' >for.Cntmd ct .l matter :will not 't,. rvtnnwdlUd iniM.. --:- I I time saying that the delivery boy could 29-tf E." DoneganClsslmme.FIL, 28-tf. I J.. M. HarJBel.DiYOU , ., ',it pI

,. J .- To oppose, truth I is to commit eU flde. leave the clothes on 'the steps aa she DWELLINGS: (or rent, M. Til- FIVE and ten acre tracts of- ihe....finest"rrnit - -.--- I' '
would wltidp.atI'
at Uw PortnlBejklntmnM FU.. .. . more than likely be up stairs leIRiM"\ "- Bistoryof
lands Forida.} fronting clear .
--.I.-elaM. mall matter.Friday cleaning' up. .- .- : : -.4 the World?. One dollar dom&ntt two "' ,
\\ ... ,. . Truth comes to man *ith her'hands &'NTS'i"olac' 'waterJakes and thoroughly! protected, dollars'' month ,
Now Mr. Stanford has been a mer ) and embroidery at I.- a until y. u pay $39 .J
full of blessings, herheart, full of love chant for a good many years and is too C. W. Dann's. . 27-ttM'CACL'S from cold. S. .g. Griffin owner, I See Di Breaker. .Book here un- J ',
: j" :-,-August ,12,191Ow her hpi dropping-benediction old a bird to be caught napping, so he .Gotha. Fla. _::ii. 32-tf ope1FURN 332tStinkin !

. answered that if the boy, patterns and. publications at ANYONE .I anywhere crtn start a mail .
Truth is a beautiful angel to the man Aultman was supposed to have brought: ] A. S. Gilbert's.__ 25tf order business at>ome.:', No canvass- JHEbsroomt M house- '

"> Notice to Advertisers.In who is receptive'of 'her' gracious ten- back with her, was sent to his store FOR -fresh'-fish,. phone the Rull Bass ing. Be your own boss. Send for free keep g. nice, clean end-ai j; for rent \,
derness. .::. he would fit him out saying at the booklet.. Tell.-how. 'Heacock, A 2144 longjJr short terms; JH .
Market 189. 9-tf
ordef to print sufficient number ., time that it was not the voice of Mrs. LoekporVy. Y. gamIng or any Immoral -onduct aj- ,
:J9CI of paperc'for-our\ 'large subscription list Truth is the minister of justice Id the Aultman (Mrs. Aultman ,is spendingthe FOR dressed poultry;; phone the-Rull\ .- ': low $ Mrs. F. G. ,ThoaK> Old 4 .

I we find it necessary to g/ to press with man :who obetlnatel1ru.e_ ,her gifts. summer in Kentucky and Mr. Ault- Bass Market. No. 189. 19-tf FlNEManos, improved or, unimproved, Ope' HoUle., 83-tf
man was out of the 'city at the time) large' or email tracts high and dry; FOiiLEi\ = ; -----a-
''--'' 5the first aide of the paper on Thursday.FOP ---- .. beautiiul th'fe"; tracts of, "-
', engalleJlln'ltormy talking him when he was answered ojrmarjpn of clear. water .
Truth never BUY hosiery from H. C. Stan-
;I I' ... this pp..ori it will be.necessary for''i ment;' but quietly makes a statement argue Hjat she, M i s. Aultman had contracteda '- ford your Co., and save 25 per ant! 31-tf ,,-fake.. Write for prices and terms to land within subdivided the city limiU that of hu'nott,1een 40 .
-, our advertisers to have their copy in and allows error to worry itself to death. cold while conning down, and was a S. S. Griffin, owner, Gotha. Fla 32-tf constating '
acr > adjoining land selh for $60ant '
'' little hoarse. ROOMS for Mre'15hI. ig .
not later than 'Wedne day noon to in- Rent-Apply to .
'i FOR. SALE Exchange for }*60 per acre pric for quick
1. The .same message waa received at Breaker. /31-tf pr good city. ; my i
,, eure' a change the same'week.. /Truth comes, In as 1 light and power* the store of M. Katz, and something --- .. '-' .- property 4-cylmder M-F-30Touring I I sale27.60. per -acre. Addiesi A. W. ...
,.. silent as the footfall of a fairy.. along the same line of dope was handed BUY yoirr\ shoes from A. JS. Gilbert. Car, complete. Will sell outright or II Gu ua. Sanford, Fla. T 28-tf._ -
-<:-Talk about towns booming the new \ out, with the same result; but the firm Fresh stock low price / 25tf exchange for good city jfrppertv. IF ynj are thinking of'locating : n

townof.. St. Cloud, in Osceola county Tnt th comes and error an'd darkness of Marsh & Whidden,'shoe merchants, AddressArthur. E. -Donegan. I I Floida come to Wlndemen and let
beatsthen all In. Florida. It is having stagger, turn and vanish Ut deer. nature, and, as they were new at the repaired. "
ant vegetable in'e state
lands ,
a wonderfuKgrowth, and '" located in THE EMPIRE Life Insurance Company \
business of selling goods took the bait, on lake anTpr6tect) l from -
8ook' i ij
FOR.SALE"-p6od No. will i wants in
stove a good. hustling this
south of
the rich DisBton .and section : agent
hook and line all the I
at same time, with FIve
As truth comes all life rejoices and sell -S. A cok. and ten Rcr tract* It prices
W. at
28-tf locality
Downing. once. profitable
Kissimmee.-DeLarSrfJlecerd. all nature dons her bridal garments.: the result that they are out a pair of ch7 pation will be the result if writeto I ait terms to suit. S. S. Griffin, own
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4 ,. --- shoes and 97.50, which sum the supposed 8PEN))' cash erTGotha, Fla. 32tfLElus
with and .
your us get a set P. A. Ruhl, .District Agent, Fort1 ___
: S' An old Union Vet now St. "Hafk from the tomb a doleful ( Mrs. Aultman requested be sentas I oiiiehes free A. S. Gilbert.J 25tf i ilUTTON. : Mjere, Fla. Do it now. help'yo;; make Webs
I charge for a ten dollar) bill, as that _- a fortune.' -
Cloud states his case sound. Man has been forced I
tor smellf -
$ , ;e 3.000 acres of muckand
; 4 been living in Florida for .i.n ytt rand ; death and decay, when truth and was tHe smallt'lIdenominlltlon she had;.- fresh, fat and fine, at the WE have for sale 4,000 acres of; land 1 acies of hammock and land 1,000 with -
Sheriff Prevatt tag pine
arrested Rull
two Bass Market, phone 189. 19-tf
health has been ,;" for life. and peace arid joy are his rightful who I ji8simmep"tl1at will produce ajvater frontage of five mIles and in
t my young men are supposed to Ijiheguilty -
Twtr.itage, medicine by excluding all : While '. *1,(KK-orthof) vegetables every j minutes. '
twenty years. I feel so good; that I mental parties, and they are now./ ,..act'. AGENCY of the Star Laundry We year t/ rule by buggy of Kissim-* -
factors for
prescribing material are offering it sale at $26)
I an that we will sell *25
the bastile i at the Home Store. Phone 154. luce you for an
,1 only need wings to go and tell the rest matter>sjpne, theolgy by,: preaching the and fully when reclining court in meets tneyx'will county be given -, I acre H, M. Breaker & Co. rre; part cash, balance on time H.

-' of the Vets what a glorious. country dotrine. ol"total depravity and the powerlessness the chance, to ixplaiito a jury why WOOD per strand, Jl.25, five strands FOR SALE-A residence which cost I I H. Breaker & Co. Kissimmee, Fla. .
of thehuman will,hymnology '*5.75. Kissimmee Lumber Cd. 2'tf!
this isSt Cloud Tribune they are innocent of the charge qf ob $2.500); Id-acre orange'grove 100acres - '
by teaching errorMn
F,1 :!. prpcras- tattling money urvlyrfalsepretensesG. '! fine timber land fronting on abeautiful' F,R SALE-() crcsfine hammock
: tinating the conditions of now to the I HAVE yon seen the "limit" in' Walk ,
What has become of that Ki"immpe, clear water lake, half mile find inuck land, with some heavy pine
"sweet bye and bye'"aod the "home I just arrived at C. \\ Dann s. j jr
from railroad poatomce and school I timber; on tract; 20) acres in cultiva-
$1. Gazette contest Did the beyond. Such narrow definition .J i
pie-cutting A R:: COMMANDER True $',i.XK( ton lOll( for
truth have surrounded man w th..wpak-I .- > OR 6; DO.SES "666"'wilUurenr\ S S. Griffin owner I ; acres ready plow; Two
pies give: out.Tampa Tribune. Nary news, ] and of Chills Ciotha, Fla. :S2 tf I ft l-armg> orange; groves; two miles of
helpiessneksdepravity -I and! Fever Price 25c 14 :2fit( -- : I1
pie have we seen so far, but a number --1 I lake beach. Land lies opjxwite St.

have sent in round slips of paper mark ,Reports.... Organization of a Post in PRENTIS sells Kimball pianos and organs AN intelligent! person may earn $100 Clou on East Lake, near Milliard'-,
TO HEAVENS j jT ,monthly corresponding for nt'wspa'i"t'r" Inland, Apply to R. G. Johnston
ABOVL\ | ,
See him at The Home Store
ed off to show how the pie should be
the' Thriving Town of Taft. i No canvassing Sendfor par- City Tax Assessor, Kissimmee.
cut, consequently/ we are .enjoying good FURNISHED with board liculars Press Syndicate, B 2245,
National rooms '
health. The contest will) be decided/: on Soul of Mrs. Nannie-'Oliver Editor Tribune Lockport. N.Y I
e On Tuesdajv June 28lh! by appoint- 31 If Mrs. \V. W. Saumiers FOR SALE The Maling property,quar-
I ; the 15th of this month.._ . Takest" Its Might I, merit, I met ten, comrades most of ---- ---.-.-.- - TIN rooting. guttering: pump work I I IWe tar of block, adjoining court house;
I -'-- -=-=-=- - I whom were alreadyTnernbera:: of the G. LIST your property with R. D. Warm /{ have the goods, tools and men to | the whole quarter of block tilled 'with

According to that indef atigle booster, On yesterday afternoon at one o'clock, A. R and instituted 1 Taft Post :17, of & Co for quick sale fat State Bank do first class. work. The Pioneer I hearing orange and other fruit tree;

I the Valley Gazette, the climrte' and :. the soul of Mr... Nannie Oliver, widowOf the Department of Florida. 1 am .sOrry building . 23-tf Plumbing Shop '30-tf( | HuflicientJVuit gotten from place to
.4 water of Kissimmee will do everything the late J. Sliver, took its depar- I can not give yoy a list of the officers ]- I pay taxes anU niKuran"e, J plenty of
but resurrect the dead. An instance is ture for the }internal home that God has installed, but as out time was I COUPONS /given with every cash purchase SEWING;; Machines-Agencj' for I'Smger' I .shade trees; ideal pi we for home Price
prepared ..for all who keep his cornmandmpms ,- short we failed to remember to take ?, redeemable' in. dishes at A. S. machines Cash or ont'a"v payments' $2r"I\J-)\) 1.\J\JO.\\ cash balance in one
I. cited of a man who came there last fall such Gilbert's. 25tf lj<:lOI.l) month, Machines. rented and two at 8 inter"t.Add..e"8 .
't and her remains will be a list. The commanderof the new per | years per cent
i tone' deaf and suffering from lung laid -to rest this afternoon Rt 3:30: post' is Comrade NTcholas Dennis, but HOSIERY--- for mln. women and children The Home Store. owner Arthur E. Donegan,
trouble. He at in Kosehill from what I of him I he is I -- Kissimmee, Fla. 30-tf
.. once began: hearing o'clock cemetery. The pall saw am sure at reduced prices. Big stock lo' ---1
I. things learned how to "cough up, bearers are H, C.Stanford. M.J.Hicks, as sure to 'get there':' as though his selecl from. Call early and get your FOR SALE or Exchange for good city '
t C. A. Carson, Geo. F. Parker C. W. I name was "Mi: He had prepared at size while they last. property-2 cylinder Reo Touring FOR Quick Sale-40 u ren good farm
and and his
410' grew so gay giddy despite Griffin, W. C. Bass and J. L. Beaman his nice new home an eI&'gantdmnerfor H. C. Stanford Co. Car. complete; used only a very short ing land, with 90 \range> trees 60
.. .' 78 years, that the other day he led aif and Rev. Bunyan Stephens, pastor of the installing officer ana the quota often - -- .- -- - time Arthur E. Donegan, bearing; 4-room boj country house,
blushing bride to the altar For a new the Baptist church will conduct the good comrades from Kissimmee, under FOR choice 5- acre suburban: home 31-tf Kissimmee. Fla smoke houue. stable! and sheds; 7

', ,, lease of life, when about ready to pass services which Will be held at the residence the lead of Commander Tarbox of tracts, see Kissimmee Gardens J. M. acres under cultivation: the land
oF N. C Bryan Gen. O O. Howard "Post. <35. who had Willson I Jr. 20-tf FOR SALE-Several desirable lots MX adapte-1 to the gn>wing> of citrus
if:" i in checks come to Florida. -Lakeland I __ __ __
your Mrs. Oliver was 60 years of age at boarded the train at their home station 15(1( feet desirable locality, prices fruits arid trucking; good water;
I l New. the time of her death and moved herewith and were present to assist in the ceremonies FOR RENT-Several nice office roomsin ranging from fifty dollars Up, monthly house! well shaded l with trees; fenced _
t her family from near Georgetown, Comrade Tarbox did excellent Fraternity Hall Apply to C W. installment plan perfect title. Arthur on two sides by.) creek, on two sides
I The commissioners oTbceola; county Ga., in 1885, and she and her husband 'i service. as officer of the day. Some Dann. Secretary E. Donegan) Kis immpe. Fla. 2Htf barbed wire; usi 'of 70 acre enclosed ..f.fby .fr
: ;& I have signally shown their good judgmnt -I had ever been-foremost in any movement hours before our arrival Taft had been pasture goes with the land:
'. / by subscribing and payinf.f-or ; that tended to the advancementof Visited by something of a shower. Five WANTED-To exchange double barrel MUCK land near Kissimmee on which Hituateu by land Jinti 2 1-2 miles from
and inches breecli-ltiading shotgun for flowing; wellecan obtained is Court House; by county-road 6 miles; -
thousand of the Kissimmee: our town and were ever ready to I a quarter of rain fell in ; a bicvcle. bringing
: copies! I do a kind act or throw the mantle of 'about an hour and three-quarters Comrade Address box 697! city. 2<*tf from $100 to *2uu per acre I can less than one mil from railroad: I
/ I Icy Gazette, for general distribution to charity around the unfortunate.Mrs. I Dennis' house was standing in a I sail you the same kind of land ff r'$25 1-2 miles from Campbell Station;
people over the country. When the I Oliver had been an invalid for lake too deep for old veterans to FOR'SALE at a bargain-Sawmill, 1.N)0( ) an acre II. M. Breaker & Co price 925 per acre, or $1,000( ( (); $500
_..', commissioners began along this line a the past five years, but the immediate I i and tHere was no team in the ,,!a wade'j feet capacity,=and timber Apply to cash balance In one |nd two years at
S. S. XJriflm Gotha Fla: 2t-tf! FOR SALELea..n to be> an operator.With 8 per cent. AddVesi Arthur E. Don-
: cause of her death was paralysis, she I I a single horse and buggy. But Comrade ,
;l\ couple of yeara ago by starting with a instrumt'n't.
telegraph earn ganKissimmee. Fla.
suffering the stroke some three weeks Dennis was on "hospitable thoughts in- 1-----
., .-r two hundred copies, the Times said it agtf ,She leaves five children-Mrs. N. I tent" and he was not to be balked by FOR bargains in resident property, I the money easily. Telegrah '..instrument -. .-- -- :1 j _==_ ='r.-.=" .
: ,'\ 'was the cheapesi\and best scheme: oi C. Bryan and Mrs... M. B. Carson of 1 even deluge. He took us all to the truck lands and,orange groves call on I with wire and. alphabet for' 'J' f/I.r ;<

r;,>': .... publicity ever undertaken. It has abundantly this City Mrs. J. C. Masses of Chattanooga hotel and provided for us a most tooth ,H. M.',Breaker.,. .. Kissimmee_. Fla. 4-tf 2"00.Kissimmee' : Apply .to Bradley hans, CONTEbT PROVERBS. ', :'.,If,{i ,. I
-, r =., --7.- Fla., '
: .- , No in the'J' Tenn., and F. M. and Edgar Oliver some dinner, for'whirb he and another ; ; '\'I
,. & proved so. county of Savannah (Ja., all of whom are comrade paid the,bills., We were told FLORIDA Schools for .Florida! :Teach. WHEN- visions: St Cloud. our Kissin:: Man'wants but little )ere below,' but ..
d : State ha. secured such profitable return here but Mrs. Massee. S that the waters of the temporary lake era find you one for coming mee friends are invited txJ make, the'ir woman-wants a piano. ,' ''E," : .
; ; .' 'ae Osceola, and. the results will One by one the people who founded' surrounding the elegant home of Com" term. Herbert A. Speir; Marianna.Fla. headquarters with the St. Cloud ,' ..5.Don't

I continue to multiply.! -Tampa Times. Kissimmee are passing over the.river, radf Dennis were covering about two 26 t Sept ,1 I Co. All the drinks Drug be
popular can
J : and the death of Mrs. Oliver leaves a hundred delicious watermelons. and that had stop to argue i i why'a woman
A man who has troble'Ieeping;; ;' on gap that cannot be filled In a few he had already shipped to the North the !1 SPECIAL Hosiery Sale now on :at H, at is our the best soda that fount can and be our made icecream should vote, but mak all your lady

t hot nights has found something which/ years they will be only mernories, but greater portion of his'crop. I C Stanford Co's. Reduction of 25 friends vote in the Valiy Gazette con-
S their noble and seJf-sacntiirtg lives will J. O. Thompson Dept Com per cent from regular price while test.
4 THE who the ( (
'r- makes person buys 4,000acretravt
; helps and fie generously it pub- remain for all time an example for ourselves .' they last. ;ntfOFFICE of muck and hammock
lie. His idea is simply to convert a 'and the valtie of live and i one We this
our children to honor and Appreciating a I fixtures filing cabinets and and a quarter miles from Kissimmeeat may win- in world without pullor

jSe .hot-water: bag into a cold-water bag. endeavor to emulate.Dedication\ . enterprising newspaper as an advertising . labor saving devices of all kinds. $25 per acre will double his moneyin help,
Fill with ice he -'- medium and< a getter of new set twelve Wlnle'soreheads sit around and disgustedly -
a hot-water bag water, Yawn-an & Erbe make. See Prentis months. Write H. M.
,, at Peghorn tiers: the County Commissioners of Os- yelp;
at the Home Store. Breaker & Co., Kiasimmee, Fla., and
ays, and use it for a pillow. _This will
ceola county'have subscribed for 1.000 they will tell al! about it.FOALEautiul We may win without cash or win with-
make the body sufficiently/ cool to secure In.the presence of a large congregation. ( -I copies of the Kissimmee Valley Gazette. FOR SALE-Five acre lots within I I you out notes I '
c refreshing sleep' in a room where Rev. B. H. Guy pronounced the These papers are sent- to people who sight of the city limits. Price 175.: home,, built apd But contestants today can not win with-
ceremony last Sunday, dedicating the ', are interested in Florida and duringthe Installment plan perfect title; ArthurE. tormerlv. . r" no good circulation of air can be SeW Peghorn church wholly to the me and 'I I two years that this has been done a Donegan, Kissimmee, .Fla 28-tf son; now being,thoroughly renovated We may stay in the contestof life with
; cured.-South Florida Sentinel. Better service of the Divine Creator. I great many,: new citizens h ve belen add- inside and out; quarter of block; plenty out art,
till, come to Kissimmee, where theI' Services were held both in the morn- ed to the lists in Kissimmee. The Gazette DON'T'YOU WANT a copyf The of room; servant's house and stable W., may live without conscience or live
qpll. cooling breezes from the lakes nightly ng and aiternoon and a bounteous picnic is always a good index to the -Perfect Woman? The latest and Price $4OOO one-third cash balance in without heart, .
VI'I dinner, fresh mutton and fried I prosperity of. its city and county\ and i. best publication for maiden. wife and I one, two and three years at 8 per cent But\ in a contest, do what you will, '-' -
- : r' ,fan the peaceful slurnberen and bags chicken were largely in evidence was i doing a splendid work for the state. mother. Only U76 on delivery. See interest. Address one of the owners If you don't get the votes you are going 1

:T Vi ,filled with ice/ water are unnecessary... served on the grounds. I Times-Union. __ I Dr. Breaker. ,I 33-11 J Arthur E. Donegan\ ,.Kissimmee, Fla. down hill.

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I', 'J, : Li' . '' BUY We want you to read this' carefully - ; .

; .,i-e. A People are just waking up to the fact that the Kissimmee Prairie is a storehouse of wealth. It wi' ,

I \ P : give generously to the man who will expend, a little energy.aud a little intelligent labor on it. '

I ,ff : Where on earth can.a man find 'an ideal climate, such as we have in the Kissimmee Valley, in combination -

,: HoOW with a rich soil that will yield him from $100 to $200 .per acre per year, and yet buy both soil .

i . and climate for ONLY' $2O.QO PER! ACRE. .
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And then think of in climate where malaria and heat
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:' Tlielsslfflfflee.aleu Savannah are in the city, being Called place near Campbell to' Mr. J. F. ', Dr and) Mn. Homnghous of 'Sanford family tCorwhoonadoiBeach, PIE PUZZLE'4Yho '
here on the sad'mission 'of attendingthe O'BeI'l7..left Tuesday for : Mr. Grimes of Alabama, Mr. Carlisleof was calld home for a brief business .
TELEPHONE NO... U, funeral of their mother dated, to join bet son, Frankwith'whom Georgia and Misses Grace Nelson and visit Monday night, returning to the ,
I" abe will make, her' home in the Kate Slavmaker, enjoyed a.delightful beach Tuesday morning. Mr. Carr Cu Produce Ihe' Most Pieces .
EVERY FR DAY: Mrs. H. W. Thurman and Mrs. R. D. future. Mrs. Brownie one of the pioneer launch ride Monday morning 'on the says the fishing has not been quite so
;j PUBLISHED Porter have returned from Philadelphia settlers of thia section-, and has a lake, visiting .Paradise Island where good at Coronado this summer as last, Wada Seven Straight Cots
_._BT- < where they bave been spending the large circle of friends who regret-to all I agreed- that the name Iwss fustl\ le4 but that lie succeeded In landing a mon. The ,
W. B.. MAR"'Weather -. past few weeks with friends'. and relatives. give her up. by its beautiful and picturesque scenery" ster jewflsh some days ago: which city council of a. certain' town ,
" weighed 140( pounds. i3h. having passed an ordinance that no

f The walls of the new forty-room concrete Autbur Donegan' clerk of the Circuit boarding house should cut a pie into a 'b
Mr. and Mrs. J. W.. Sey mour.' .of stone., addition to the Graystone Court of Osceola and his .'S. R. Buell of Alton Kans., arrived greater number'of,pieces than could fc*
Ojus, and Master Johnnie Frazure' of hotel have reached the second sto Adeline in the city with a party of horns
now visited
sistersMisses Litzle and
\ Report seekers last Friday and bars obtained by seven straight cuts' of a, i
they been
Miami arrived in the city Monday nighton I ry. This addition will greatly enhance ; Mrs. I. M. Mabbette and family at
a visit to the family of Mr. W. B. I the appearance of this popular hostelry Tbe Hamilton Friday and Saturday of looking over this section with L Hew to knife Mra. O'Flaherty' ; has offered. ,
, Harris. : as well as add considerably to i its l Capacity lent week. They had been staying fora purchasing homes and locating. Mr. prize to the fist person who will show
,1 'V Following: are the daily teta* accommodating the. laig.\yrum:1' time with friends on the ocean-beach. Buell was here last winter and was so I her bow to divide a pie Into thegreaUs ,
well with the climatic ;
and other
work"of of.the'contestant ber of visitors expected pleased I .
1 and precipitation u but left Sunday on their return trip to number of pieces with oven: straight
periture. conditions that he decided to and :
f; as they hustled for votes this'wee\t-.bu\ i ing! fall and winter. ,! their home in KI..lmmee.-Daytoll-' return
'., repotted by'the Government attracted a great deal of attention to Gazette-News.' seek. out a permanent home in this fa. cuts with, a knife "The prize is a handsome -

'I etatfon- Klssimmee-.for the' their candidacy' The workers are the v Mr''C.vHtJreaker-6f Sf..Geotlre..S.' -----. ..-- ......'.. J 'vbrcd coun i ry.for himself and.familyr;;. silver .cream pitcher which cat .

..... week ending August:Jll; 1910. r ones who win. G., arrived here Friday for a short visitto Misses Emma'and ..Etta Yowell and be seen' at the Valley'"'' Gazette office
.J' his Dr. D. M, Breaker but and the'CGm'Petition
is to sJlsnlfl
Mrs. Jacobs of Kissiroroee and Haine open l
141x' State Chemist R. E. Rose and his V
.T MAX HIM. has become impressed with our town '
who have been two Society Happenings scribers,, to the Valley Gacsttfl' noW
daughter Miss Muriel Rose:; were and the wonderful opportunities it City.,, spending
Friday.95,, 71 .68 guests of Cmpt, and Mrs: Clay Johnson :offers that he hasvdeclded to live here weeks at Mr.- W. L. Constantino's August,16th.. Cut ''' below, I
Saturday. . . 96 10 .06 this week. Capt. Rosa was here on permanently, provided he can. induce left Thursday. a. m. for' their bonnes. MISS MILDRED tits' and ftll\ in the blank space with your' "
Tileseladl. charmed with Clear-, e.aal
Sunday.. . . . 95 14 .23 official business. his family to shake_ off' ,the ties that water, Although are this is their first trip answer, and mail with a''diagram .f

'. . . 972 . bind them to the old Palmetto, State, in'a sealed ..
Monday' The editor of the Valley Gazette visited to our town, they say it is not the last pie, envelope with your ad

. ; M Tuesday; :. .'. 95 72 . St.' Cloud again.this week and was Sheriff Prevatt swore out a warrant\ -Clearwater News. I Kans.Miss, Kate it visiting Slaymaker ber cousin; 'of Wichita Grace dress on the outside,* to the Pie Cup..,

, Wednesday. . 94 76 .30 pleased to note the continued growthand against Crayton Barnes, a youth sixteen Nelson.A board at) Valley Gazette office. 'All t'
Thursday . .92.=.4l21 .' improvement of that most wonderful years of age, this week charginghim s A child Is a wonder. This has been answers will' be opened on August 15. '
of Florida colony towns. with vagrancy, and upon bringing demonstrated by work done by. small delightful event 'of the week was fiarris .
In of W. B. and S. J
,children In newspia r contests boat ride presence
.. him before Judge Murphy Tuesday, the a on the steamer Roseada '
.,- -- Mr. and Mrs. M. Katz. left Monday boy plead guilty and was sentenced to nut the''country.-, Why don't you nomi. Wednesday night Trlplet(and prlr,awarded to..the correct
night for Baltimore, to be absent several nate 'child in the Valley Gazette of '
V five years in--the staW reformatory. your answer the earliest date, as evl- ':
----- Katz Miss Corrine Gilbert entertained in
weeks., While away contest? In contests children win
ob- many
The sheriff has had Barnes under '
will visit the eastern 'markets and purchase B"rvation for some time, and became out, as they have-.a distinct way honor of-her guest, Miss Eunice Anderson denced by postmark on envelope ,

1 1 fl LD. \ his fall\ stock of goods satisfied he was not following the bib- pealing to" hearts of subscribers. Surely Tuesday evening. t,
1 THE LOCAl real lical Injunction 'of earning his bread by would be a profitable:Vacation if your Carrie Miller is visiting relatives in COUPON
Mr. D. F. Kagey, a prominent "
child should win the MOO be
piano to Bradentown. .
the sweat of his brow.
estate broker of .New Market, Va,who given away in the Valley Gazette popuJarity ) -. For Mrs. O'Flaherty. 1 have divided "
," is interested in this and other sections contest. Misses 'Ruby. Ellis and Marietta In nieces all angles,...and different ai-ed
'"'---- --- of Florida, has been in the city this Miss Kate Saymaker of Newton-. Pfann, who have been 'attending the '"' i i'
This .
Kan. arrived in our city last week tospend summer school Bureau pis
weeks till the we'ek looking after his properties.Mrs. at College, are
Only three more opening the winter with her-uncle, Mr. Judge Robert Anderson, president of at home, A large piece a small piece digestions
of school. Allen and Mrs. Royal of Jacksonville A. !S.:; Nelson .and family. She made the Veterans Association of St. Cloud, consulted,
their this alone far Jacksonville in the city Tuesday and paid the M'isi1- Sue Calhoun, who has been
have been visiting parents long journey as as was
Mrs Ada Jones was an Orlando visitor spending few weeks with Grace Jolly, And. .sections In all have resulted, "I/
Mr and Mrs. Ira Bans. They accompanied where she was met by her Valley Gazette an appreciated. The
: Tuesday. their sister. Marguerite cousin Clyde Nelson who accompanied' Judge is originally from Kansas, havingcome left Tuesday for Pass-a-Grille, where I Of pie. it

Mr: T. B. Quinsy of Orlando, was in who has has been visiting them home. I her to this city. Miss Slaymaker is already to this section l last October, 'but she home.will visit before returning to her ..; 1
of Kissimmee that he would I Old can be bought at this office
in love with the beauties says not give one year papers ;
the city Wednesday.Me.ers. Judge G.o'. Parker went to Lakeland -I and we trust she will be able of life in this country for twenty yearsin Lawrence Griffin entertained a large at 20) cents per hundred. They are 4
Howard Katz and !Fred Gil- Tuesday and represented the Kis to induce the other members of her any other atate, unj wUl spend the party of young people at his home inNorth the very thing need to under r' i ;
bert spent last Sunday in Orlando.Mr. I simmee Board of Trade before the I family to become residents of the great balance of his life inhaling Kissimmee Kissimmee on Wednesday evening you put" +
: meeting held in that city looking to the Kissimmee Valley. !, Valley ozone. your-matting. sv
L. 1 ET;:: Lindney has rnovethii formation of a (South Florida Hoard of I '
to Kissimmee.MtnUrs. . I t _ ____ , ,. .... !I ,
: family from Peghorn Trade.A - ; - - -- - ----- - --------------- .

Sam and Joe Griffin were party of young! folks, composed, of
down from Windemere again this week. Misses Evah and Anna McCalliBter and
Helen Cousins;; Messrs. Willie Tanner
Mr. and M rll. E. U I HciRan, of Loughman Clyde Nelson and Floyd peel of Orlando HIGH AUTHORITY '
were visitors in thia city Sunday. enjoyed a launch ride on the lake r .

Miss Maude Dann has returned froma Monday night. '
visit to relatives and friends in Geor- the ON -
Mrs. M. Florence Keyes, new
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tfia. contest manager for the Valley Gazette,

(;. of Lakeland, is arrived in the city Wednesday. Mrs.
Mrs. M. Warirw
be to have all interested KISSIMMEE
Keyed will pleased PARK
her Mr. and Mrs. Jno.
visiting parents in the contest call on her at the .
M. Lee. -
Valley' Gazette ollice.

Mr. G. G. Doby of Haines city spent Owing to continued ill health Mr.
a lay or so here this week visiting hiseousin.J. his homein
W. 0 Kackley, who is now at
W. Miller. Clinton N. C., has resigned his pos-

Miss Evah McCallister clerk at the itjon in Katz's store, and Mr. E. G. ef CSTABUSHtO' 1&0. tNCO"PO""TtOlUt6.. .
.City Fruit Store, will be' absent for a Dusenberry, of Quitman, Ga., has arrived .
few weeks on a vacation. to take his place.

Col. H. S. Todd IB enjoying! a visrtt! Misses Corrie Miller and Sue Calhoun
from his daughter Mrs. D. G. Wagner, left on the southbound train Tuesday I
and children of Sanford.Mr. evening, the former to ''visit friends in :
Bradentown and the latter to join her < :
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,"in the city on a visitto his daughter they are spending the summer. ,
Mrs. John L. Reaves. trMee.
County Commissioner-electA. F. Bass NURSERYMENV \

Mrs. J. K Mitchell and children returned of St. Cloud is thinking of moving toWhitti..r Or THE ....".$0..O""D OF TKAOC .
.... home Tuesday from a visit to in order to get in on the ,
> her par -nts-at Webster Fla. ground floor when the boom, which is NURSERIES AT MACCLENNY AND LITTLE RIVER FLAorricEse
1 sure to come withthe completion of the .
Mrs.- W. S. Graham arrived from proposed railroad strikes that place. EAST PAYST ; .
Live Oak thin. week on a visit to leer II C
mother Mrs. D. P. Graham.Mr. Mr. C. J. Wood all, who has been dangerously -. Jacksonville Florida '
ill at his home in North Kisa- ,
M. U.) Tindall the sage ol Nar- immee for the pact three weeka, is
coossee was in the city Tuesday and reported as resting quietly and if no '
made a business trip to Orlando. further complications arise there is no May 30th, l lO.. ,.
reason to fear but that he will recover.
Mr. Clarence Griffin of the East

Coast railway, spent Sunday here, the Mr. J/.H. Bams: the obliging mana-
. ',. ',,: guest of his brother, C. W. Griffin. ger for the Postal Telegraph Co. at ?
t,I' .,' / "ff Jacksonville 1 Mr.vCarrlnstoh E.Barro Pros.Kissimraee ,, ;. :
this went to ,
\ place up .
) ?a,(.');'::,, Mr, Jno. L. Reaves, the popular clerk"i Tuesday to meet Mrs* Barns, 'Who had ,,? +' =' Valley''Land.C ; !it..
'I" store, is offlfcfA E ; , b'w. '
'iH-\I > 'ln>C. W. Griffin's grocery been spending several weeks at her old ;; h
.. for a month's well earned vacation., .i. J a e k s o n vl le'. F1 a. :,,J. '
" ",, '" ,,..,.1. home in Louisville, Kv..and accompanyher t . .,.. a ".\,,
;4" e n' "'" rt -i : <:' t''''''"'''I'1I'?'' 'W't'\ (''\' ''':> j' .'.'
: '_ Rev. G. B. Wetherbee, of Kissimmee home. \ 'I..vDear..iS1r.'f, ; .: "" ; .
has accepted charge of' the -Alliance Mr. H. M. Settle con.l.)' manager ,
in this city. Orlando Citizen. Ihves ,
for the Valley Gazette, tonight *
Mr. S. B. Aultman returned this week for Virginia to take charge of a conteston I The writer wishes to"thank you and your Mr. V '

from another trip to Tampa and Thonotosassa the Suffolk Herald. His successor Mattocks for the pleasant day at Eissimmee Park v "
in his handsome Cadillac touring here Mrs. M. Florence KeyesJs a lady
car. with a charming personality and will.
make a great success of this contest. Arriving at the Park after a pleasant launch ride '
Mr.. and Mrs. W. J. Sears and Miss -
Sue Watson have gone to Pablo Beach Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Gardner's many from Eisslmmoe passing the beautiful Island homes surrounded ?, "

resort for a ,few weekB'outing* at that popular the friends death will of sympathize their grandson with Earl them Hill in, by palms tropical and other trees and plants on Paradise and V '

which occured near Naranja some days \ Fleming island ; we entered a waiting automobile drove along ,
Mr. Dennis Blenis has resumed his ago. The young man who was nine- '
the truck lands and gardens
the beach Inspecting vegetable ,
duties as head clerk in Dann's popular teen years of age fell from a log tram }
dry goods store after a two weeks va and was horribly crushed and mangled. then the MoCool and Kooro! orange and grapefruit groves after 0 ,.. y,

cation. Misses Ma ietta Pfann and Ruby Elj which we were driven across and around; the most Interesting. t. .,

Mf. A. E. 'Drought, of the St. Cloud \lie arrived home from Gainesville Ga., and picturesque inland peninsular' in Florida. ', 'c .
Real Estate and Information Bureau, where they have been taking a special 1. ,. ( ,' ,
made a business trip to Orlando Wed summer course in music, last Tuesday. v 1

nesday. They way home stopped and over spent in a Atlanta few days on their with I, found 'the character, lay and quality of,, :the :.laudr;. ::...').. %;VV;" ;f:" , ' ,

. Mrs. M. F. Sears left .Monday for Mr and Mrs Geo. T. Singletary, who better than expeoted. The rolling pine land being generallywell \ '.: .

,I Quitman. Ga,; where she will visit hAr are summering in that city. shell . I''
daughter, Mrs. John Newsome, for adapted for nut and fruit growing. The paper : pecan) I,

eral! weeks. Arrangements for accommodations":Whittier at Japan Chestnut fig, Japan Persimmon, Peach, Plum, Pear trees 'f , :, : .
de can
the "Hotel Beulah ,
Mr. Blenis' handsome new bungalowis now be made by telephone. Mr. !Stratton :; and grape vines together with many other deciduous trees and ., .' ti

now nearing completion, and when reports connection made with that vines .would thrive on such land. That the orange grapefruit -
finished will be an ornament to that section place this week and the constructiongang .
of the city. is now erecting the line between and other tropical and semi-tropical trees and plants can be ; ,

Whittier and Bassmger which place Is the and trees now there i ' ;
successfully by
Mr. Vf E. Overstreet returned home will probably be connected before our grown proven groves )'
from Tennessee, where: '
last Saturday next issue. ..
he 'has been engaged in packing: and i
shipping peaches. Married at the home of the bride's You are to "tf ? congratulated In securing so, desirable ,.

I .Mr. Eugene Bryan of Jacksonville parents Mr. and Mrs. David Bass, at and favorably located tract of land ; desirable for its natural. ; ',; ; .

Is in the city today having been calledto Peghorn to Mr. Tom, last A.Sunday Bass ,Rev.Miss Jessie B. H.Bass Guy beauty, the variety of fruits and vegetables that may be grown, S

attend Mrs.the Oliver.funeral of his grandmother officiating. The happy young couplehave -and for the frost protection afforded by the lake Trusting : 4 .
a host of relatives and friends in '

___ __ -The many friends of Geo.. W. Over. this county who will wish them every that we DaY 8 eeit., dotted with pleasant homes _and_ beautiful : -'.-:=-_,
; street were pleased to see him. out happiness on their voyage through life. groves I am, ., I f _

r again this week after an illness' of several Master Lawrence' Griffin was the hostat v ., N t .' .
weeks duration. social affair at-the home ,
a pleasant Tour t <
very y ;
The meeting of citizens called by A. of his parents Mr. and Mrs. C. W.
S. :Nelson, chairman; at the Board of Griffin, on Wednesday evening. The
Trade rooms for this evening has been party was in honor of his cousin, Burke '.1'
indefinitely postponed.The Fuller, of New Smyrna, who is {(Biting J .
him, and was enjoyed by a large\number .
Mine Emma and Nettie Yowell of Kissimmee s future beaux and The Gritting Brothers Co. I I'V
who have been spending a few weeks bell .. F
outing at Clearwater have returned to
this Dr. and Mrs. Reber Homrighous spent .
their home in city. "';
a few days of last week in our city visiting .i
... 'Go to Miss Hodges' millinery store their.old-time friends, the Nelson V _ __ _
next Thursday at noon and seethe the family whom they knew in Wichita .
__. ',.judges count the votes in- Valley Kajv They arensplocatedinSanford.) : 'V V \b.

(.uette popularity contest. Mrs. Homrighous sang "Ninety and
Nine" at the Laymen's meeting Sun- I < r
,1 Mr. E. L. Lesley and pretty little day afternoon and led the chorus in a I"
daughter, Virginia returned from number of other choice selections. She KISSIMMEE VALLEY .LAND ,COMPANY "Y
Tampa Wednesday morning, where he has a decidedly pleasing clear, soprano ,
'bad been called on a business trip. voice, which was a delight to all her, .
I has hearers. The people were' all much J. E., MATTOCKS yjrlanagei -:- -:- :- KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA ; '
:Miss Stubbs of Barlow who : 1
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been the guest righoua for the splendid treat We VV V V
I Bass tor several weeks, has returned trust that they will visit our town often.
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ST.. CLOUD r= LA. I on AUR.: Btb by -Mr. J. C. i St: Cloixl -Board of Trtt. which. .was : ; Cheapest. ., .
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,,:*: 'GENERAL'HARDW RE VV .. ,'! ',, at most(! fu.vorable.timtM awl to obtain 'all.rfIU'C'8sionll given'/or\
11.a'yibttjnir| St Cloud a.nd is :well satisfied f! brlK) Store a a prescription druggist;' f cash'Tales, ..' (, .
Strictly! webuy materials l at lowest .'
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with SuJc I Edit My. of tle Tribune, returned .
ountry.VcVrk <.l.r Jj> .
..... Two ufthe leading! railroad ha.-I-Hi.1 i l their tracks
Tl. .ch.*. .ltur.. P.lal..OII*arrdV.rni.ko.. Olsn.waro crocfc- \ tlx-NSJettnvliHt church this momfjijf-from a to New YorkJTfMS to our Factory and
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h I .. on nn hip Ihut run -ross th'St Johns Bar unload. at !
} r-iin our dork
.r7.udDi.a.. Full Lln rOaUtv PurBlhllt Hats '
yo ftiul' Contractor and Hlllr toll.. .. ....hlh..r biial .
and .. s w humur ;abroad wiscruri 1h- Inwi-it freight
Cap ladle H.
Cadz.: of JarksonvjIR will rush the
rat and! delivery 'is nuulial mr dwr! .
work to completionMr. .or INTEREST CLIPPED Our factory i la I'nuippial" thn"iihoiil) ",ith lalx.>r-->avniK' 'li-vii-i--" thri
i j j GRAIN, FEED AND FERTILIZERS Cttz i in erecting It o."tor fROM THE: ST. CLOUD TRIBUNE fi.>r> our! fertilizer, r+handled at .
brick building on N. Y: Ave.. 0 re'e I ,
Our trade 'IK si> immense that our ofliciipcns" <''.s are mud, less. pt-r
!Mr. .
e( Drought's. Ion than I is possible| ifi a smaller I husmifs' *. Our every condition isfuvorahli
Grocery Located on N. Y. Ave., 2 doors from ?t. Cloud hotel 1
Mirts I &turned
Hardware Store Penn. Ave., llth St. Marguerite{ Hlackye41 Ira. Ira HUSH and children Kissim- > for economy and wt give you iTie benetit. While wemav.
near to Axhton Tuesday evening from KiRK; mpe ere visitors to the Colony City. UnUrST l : w.- fan aril DO tell|| the CHEAPEST.Call .
IUR PRICES ARE LOWEST a"I"for FULLER S JOHNSON where she had \bran spending: aMrs. Mrs. D. Outlaw of Kissimrnee was .
Farm Pump Rsgl, ass w'eK. 7Jhv in the on our local agent
,{ visiting l> csterday. .
KmKliam returned Mftnday'from 1 .W.1'EHHSO: ; ( > (JKOCKIIY CO.:(
FU'Rt-rJT'UR.E: : :: : a visit to her parents at Orlando. Miss Ella' AVaJlace( of Kissimmee. ,
\. Jack Loll and 1 IL L. Robert of Kin- was visiting her bo*T of this city or address
"r CASH OB INSTALLMBNTa! immec, were in the city Tuesday. yesterday., v. I '
I Dr. Thomason, of Kisflimmeo, was in C. J. Billingsley made a Bo ness" visitto Wilson & Toomer-Fertilizer Co. I .
I the city Wednesday on professional Kissimmeo-one day tkirf w >ttjn the!t rJackorldatle.
q : !. .eaa', AYe. between iota aid nth Prompt Deliveries buainesa. interest of the church building. \ f I
[ -0- J. C. Moore, of KiMimmee, was in Capt. John Saunder.. left Tuesday foJKiasimmee .
s town last Tuesday on business connected assist his ; .' in r" .
to George
", IF"T"' ""' '' ...............-- :--.-... ... :-- '. .. -. - with the Seminole J'harmacy. 'I I buildmg a boat at that plaoe.!son | ,, .
Chas. Donovan was a hx-tween-trainn Mrs. J. W. Thompson and daughter
IAND STEAM fiTTING visitor Tuesday eveniajr.Mr Miss Katie, and Miss Roe O'Berry of
*. Anderson left! for her home in Kissimmee and Mr.*. James -Steele of I '
; Missouri Tuesday morning. We hopeto Jesup Ga., were the- guests of Mr. B.ASS"
see her back before long. Carter Thompson: on Fnday laat. .
k L. B. CRISSMAN Mr. Sweet, a recent arrival has Among the visitors to our city this
r under consideration the erection of a week wo. noticed Mr. John M. Lee, who .B
_i WITH Ei5IiEI! dub house nt Lake leatrjr. ThM is a attended the monthly meeting of the .I .
.j' Onccpla Hardware! Co. fine hunting\ and finking country, and directors- the First National Bank. CONTRACTOR and BUILDER I
quite a numimr of settlers are living Also Arthur E. .Donegan of Kissimmee ,
there now. made pJea ant call at our offi- .1.
in ,
Years Experience Large Northern Cities. \
Forty Thai 1 Oliver WHH. mlleri to Kissimmee Mr. \' ..J. Sear.supervisor ncnools Does General Contracting and BiWding and Furnishes Estimates
Only First-class Workmen Employed. Wednesday, by th..-,a.rie.ui illness of hismoth'r for Onc.joUi, was in our town last Frv on Structures of arc size or 'mansions whether
r to matters eoncet-n our' .
day attending mg
Windmiltiand, Pump Material 1 Mrs' Clarence! Will who Buffered a now schooL We- understand that all l I i': be Two-Room Cottage or a Tburist Hotel.\ a .',
88' Always' Hand. KISSIMMEE I nervous collapMW on Tuesday, is im- difficulties have been removed and that .
PHONE '.h proviirjf. Contractor Bass will put large. farce Makes a Specialty of boring ARTESIAN-SWELLS
Newton Edwamis. who has been at on it unuxuMliately.Big in which he has met with the greatest succ -
his home at Will ton. Fla., for the last .
,LOW EXCURSION RATES old six stand.weeks"ill_with fever'"is back at the UUle Deal. of any man in Florida. '-

$A W. A. Eromel'8Olor Fort Pierce, I' Mr. J. S. Carr of Kisoimmeft. one of Give, him your work -
FROM spent Sunday with his sister Mrs. Cull. the biggest: catt'.e! men in this auction will be well and quickly done.KISS1mmee, Fl a.
The WondovanVCircle was orga'aized of the State, was in the/ city today attending -
y- JACKSONVILLEAtlantic Tuesday afternoon at Baas' hall the to the transfer of about 5.0Owortn ( )
following officers being elected: Mrs. of cattle to Mesars. Jesse
? VIA i Chair: (tuardian; Mrs. Mercer Adviser; HuTnby of this section and Joe Ward -
I Mrs. Newell Chaplain; Miss Lrna: Newell of Boggy Creek region. This U .aaiii | ++++++++++++d+++++++++++#
Coast Line Clerk; Mrs. Wright, banker; Mrs. to be one of the best bunches of cattle
Carter Thompson, Attendant; Mesdames ;sold in this region for a long time the fTHECAs STORE
A f'mkham and Chum, Guards. JohnI fat cattle being in exceptionally! fine
$17.00-Washington, D. C. $15.50- Richmond, Va I Johnson, Mr. McCarthy and Turn condition while the feeders are all
Fletcher were elected managers.Mr. looking: well. The cattle industryhas. ,
..$22. O-Chicago, 111. ., $15.50Norolk, Va. Prentiss was out this morning on grown to be a big thing in 'Florida and First Door North of Postoffice '
I business for Mr. where it was thought almost' impossibleto I i '
Louis, Mo. $1,8'50' Hot Springs Va. Lesley.
$19.00-st. ..... .,..,
"Billy, the white horse who ha so raise beef cattle only a few years ..
.: ,$21-00 Detroit Mich. 12.00 Wilmington N. C. faithfully delivered groceries: for E. L. age, vast herds art to be fonud, all in | There you wit ttrwt.SHOES HATS .r: .a'
$17.00-Louisville, Ky. $ 13.80'-Chatta.nooga. Tenn. Lesley since the first of the year drop- splendid condition.- Orlando Reporter : :
; ped dead I in the harness Wednesdaynoon. Star.
$17.0O-Cincinnati. !, Ohio. f5.20-Tulla.homa., Tenn. | DRY GOODS A DNOTfONS, all of best :t
I Woman's Relief CoVpn are to have a Old papers can ut bought at this of-
Tickets oo Sail August t 17tb Final Limit September t 1st bean dinner Friday, August 12th at G. .flee at 20 cents per hundred. They are i; quality and lowest price? I
A. R. hall.
q .FAST TRAINS THROUGH SLEEPERS DININGCARS Miss Meta Blackwell. of Ashton, was the very.thing you need to put under '

w For information call on nearest A. C. L. Ticket Agent; or writer i in the city Monday. . your matting. f I I 1" Call Before Buying Elsewhere. -- i it

A. W. FRITOT D. P. A., J. G. KIRKLAND, D. P. A., i Florida, Large blotters for sale at .this office .

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PROCEEDINGSOFTHE ; ) president aklrmon pro.was,tern.unanimously::. elected Notice of Election.JYIirrvM. 1 C "

The mliiutcs of the lust meeting. were .
Auto :' CITY 'COUNCIL read and approved bill were approve' (\ J

rkecraystfle.h Garage : and ordered paid 1 4 I :) Ihill I..eglsluiturs. of ll I. ... under the I thp1ButIe

A. ---J. . lltate:: Bank of Ki 8lmmee, in- CouKtltutl.bii
.. tereit; on street warrants.' .. 112 00. tt>t.... *. i-it RiwolutkMi. plx.tHj.ioj a mewlintiita -
I' -AGENCY. .FOR- -- Kisslmmee, Fla., Aug. 2. 1910. G. F: I'arker aRentv. balance to the oti8litutlc.u of *h. Mute ot Flor . '

I .. The Council met in regular session freight on ,hose"eels . . 17 82 I II. 'I ida"' ,ami lobe nan. WUM1..11.. t. bf. a role of 1<

_ _ there being: present W, J. St'BnJ 'J. C.. C. Mishler, parton construct 'brtv-AItsofs1l the. /lMI\IOO\'N' elected to each I I, BARBER SHOP "

U .. Moore J. M. Ban ell. and J. 1C Gfl- ing tewer etc. . . )&85 61 b9u.: thot'be uplaa t on _aid Joist KewlutKioii.ware ... ..

F BUICK : '. GAS AND rf sent.brtClerk.'The W. J. '"Sears-presidentS was unanimously being ab ed The favorably special regarding committee city's having dl8 \9 enlered.. mud. Upon oajaXliBreon.-aud their aespectivi.' Journal"wltb I Drinks t
thcT .deler-
I OVERLAND 1 CigarsKissimmec
elected motionit
president tem. On.
pro \ house wiring such: jnlne and 1"11b.t
ing- : report sell Joint Renulntlotisbe.aubmWvd IGtilfl:
HUDSON STEAM "CARS the Was minute BO ordered ba that the reading* ef cepte4J arid J. M. han ell. W. teport-j to 111* .l'ktors o( thAI Ht.te at the :: .'. 111

1 [ WHITE n .. .. .L -.and.-., approved of after officers which mere vThereporU (President examined pointed nson check.J. C., up Moore supplies t: Nuw.tliei'efiire nfer.. .*( |!CI: ..cviou ,November.t. H. CJI j Crawford. ttll. B er.-\ . ,.FJa .: \1

Rivers being : called to the iid tel\llspo e of name lo l best >ar> I / present-was age, provided same does .not Sire uollni that'a awttnl Election will be beldla '
Supplies epairs nd'Ac'cessor cs chair by acting president Sears) bills $3u() in value. .
were approved and ordered paid-astol-I ptherwiie to exceed.1 fMch 0UUl7lu Florida Tuesday next .ue- .
tow : for sale according to law. ot'edloa the Drat Hundar ib November, A'. P HENRY'TBASS, ' I
Mr. (10. M. Mnrria ,
met 1 10. the...111 Tumdiy feHog the of ;
eighth day 1'
(AMPLE GARAGE ao- 1 M iflrsihv. nalaryan. mnyvr . :III 00' Council, stating I was: 'hl.jjlA ;t to N nem btor. fur the mtlfloaUun or rvjeotloa Of o 4 .. . __
ROOM ." PHONE.: 164 JMd'ba.ttef. . inar.hal" 600(1 locate in Kissimmee'and in view of the I tilt Mid Joint Kpotdag -DKALKR IN '; I' '
coit-and teed Mil -. MO fact that the city was installing a vys- I iuvnttu.tb.el. .'or.II' ttlou of the StaVe. .m..not"1] '

It X rinyder. nalaiy art poUeeuim' IJOII9 via of waterworks, would like to otter. da. rig Staple and Fancy Groceries "
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. ., 1 hiiioundlngr eei. 4000 his services as .chief of the lire dfpart- : ,
-' J KobrMyin, aalarr aa lr.ttiurer, :'Jo 00JKUIluvrt. merit; as he has had considerable' expe-! I 4ENATg .' 41 -I
.. clerk . uftOOTM rience in fire fighting, having been con- REfOLDTION.) Propoala. ala '''ANDl.'OUNTHY PRODUCE :' .
Ameo"'I'eoll.o" Article XIX of I the : .
nected with the-fire '
: in 'l'ampa
River department -
.. the state vf/ Flurlda. the Manufacture -' < '
ItolattnH tu
WJ i Heart ::400 for yearn, unJ was in position to I -
ROLL BASS J 101 U.n..I1.: .. .....' :200JeMufre organize a (fire company which under sod $ee.UrOdierDIstosel.) , of Into. ;: KISSIMMEE ." S.i ,
*/W> his supervision will give efficient ser Icatlntr Liquor* or Beveraym.Bf : FLORIDA. ,
It revolved l>y tbv U'KlfUturw the I Kute of '
aidcri Bui from Fraternity )t.lI. 1'1. 1UUKlol vice.On .4
Depot 1 prugCoad.> prlnunen. 400 motion bv W.. J.. Kt* .rM. Hcciru1eJyj. Flundn: PHONE 176 ; .:, : ... :- .
Kim 1.lIml..r Cu. lumber lor brldgcii. '.'''J9 > M. Hansel). .it was agreed that Article XIX of the Constitution' or the ,- '-- - '. ( '
State ol' KlomU.. u... mi! Die same In hereby, 4 I,
Fresh JrJt1\ IdinMEATS of nil kinds. Loud IruBleen lor bond Intercut. <0" "," the generous offer of Mr. Morris be accepted -
uiru' \I' II Barrl, $1.llItI"lI.a" .i>le, etc M !'. ( and that the .city, through the nad s. follow: 'U.1i.'JENKINS' "
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and WesternPOULTRY. .;10 .;10.10 JJ 1>,"o.I.'JO'' .and rna'erial . 3t1D council, thank Mr. Morris. for serviced .nil 4rLIoi"xlX.> I fiwtlou I. The manufacture .
sue. or ejinbaDKe. of Innnlcatlng, I '
lu>tuildu, street. work 3*00 offered. _ .
W II Johnston witnvmi fee . W. Mr. Ji. I' Dann reported name( needed Ilijuora KiiA bvTeragen, whether spIrituous, . '.' 'l 4

. EGQS._FRESH: FISH Will .Ooillden "" . 'JU repair on wall of electric light plant TinotiH ot melt are lierebjr 'forever prohibited '1. 'I
lu flit Mate of Florida( except alcobel! for IJlM' Surveying and.s '
Je..4. Klvern 60 which was referred to electric Jiglitcommittee. ;.i '
Special dllenlion lo PJtone Orders and Free (ioal MrlAiniino. or cbanlcal piirpciHeM; and
J :'L ROIM-r.ou.ordsrN paid lor ntrt work I'm' 'MI .
line lor .. .. S ...... .' ,1' '
.HiTBun-nUil nurpoir lb. ali .. .
It wax moved and 1 .
seconded the
I I) 1bull. work .1 10' -
IeUrer to all part of lltCil'/. 1we8.9 !> U 11..1., Io6 for Lrkive work . H >* clerk! warrantor $l|!>:'l >.f Ohi.'b, nlrVilio) Miid wine for Oif piirpoessJ'rs.iid Drafting M ', .
I i.hHII" reKulat4' by 'law.KM ,
,. estimate for I. C. Mishvr
/II N Brxltun rk nil Itrldfte, I l"' UJJb.lI.fton. amount due .
: J Jl"v Li.IsOire shall ena<'t auitabloIII .
-=- loiI. | (, on c-onntructkm work. Motion was ,
> loi ft, '
carried. f t-n/or iitcajt of the provlNioll( of '
+ I. I II I I ngrsv.I 'V1OV for ,wtn-ct work .5 "Ouu I .
j 1 WISh to tell tho..e that arecont"mJJIt"inl ) (..nll,,,,, oik for I K I.I C loI Communication received from -Mm. ,thin ,,Arllf.e( OFFICE: IN }FRATERNITY HALL ;' -. ,
Hattie O'l 8Oc I HUM ArtlNh'all go lult( effvt't on the .
that '1 I Edi"oii C'lrnell.' I :,4.. mnell. asking thai the
) { bu'lding .tirHt OH) of Inly. A If
; ell give reduction coun-I I 1911.
RAYSTONE l have'found and l procured the bent Vi-rni-r l-.lllH.\ JI' on tax sale KISSIMMEE.FJ.AFLORIDA ,

G hand in tli.., U. S. for making ft Hlter II'os. .t1. Uo4: 101 l K:. 1. !I' tv :.11 on her property III blocks (,!. and K. of .

__ I II blpcks. Call and nee the sand and \ U Ihr,,", -.IH'' Matthews adduion. After considering \ Jol "1 I.KHOIA'TJOS: : protH.NlDC| Aiiitn'l-'' - .

manufactured ')7OdUCt, K 'IMH l.uuil'Cr <'U I.- ,4.0 said! request, the clerk was authorized I I iimiiH to A 111".f) f tb..* i ontluton! of t!Lie '

I pu I all THE YEM +I Never; think of building a nice I \V "A" L Ort/l' o, UKI| <<> JI to allow redemption of certificates and !Mmtf I'.. ri'U. 1 R.-ii. tive lo tlw Ju.lKM.r? REAL ESTATE[ FOR[ SALE .

:h huof wood when a stone house | 'lu.. I'.U'.klc". v.>..k. I; 'I.- omitted years aj 10 per cent of facevalue I/o....Ill 1.101,1 _

2.50(; to 3.50 rji-rtlay. j; VOts only 10 to 20 per cent more M JI' urnon. wiHxl '". 544' 1 owing to the fact that Mr*. on- lie ,II R..I\.I ", I ''o v'/II..ur..' vI 'b" "i'.rte C Beautiful winter home sites situated

t: Sjiecial, by w.-fk or month. t and in fire-proof-water-proor and I J JIi.iiu.I work I I'.'. nHI Lei ig a widow, was entitled to allowance '4 1'l.rlds" . i

;: :;: I vermin-proof and a house for a IIlt.1; t orin-l'' woikk ;-. : of WHlow's,exemptione. I Ih.t t I-Jollmviiif. Srot'tldmtu0. 1" Arti"'l'" V in the Lake Region oJ Florida. l\'\ t
< M. W THUftMM R. 0. rCRItN!
Pup Mr.
+ + life tine I I' J'""". ,..I.l rIKS SOIl| | I'O) '4114' Council received application from fl. ,.1 f i tlir''opMhutioij l. I i of f f 1 hip "HtAt of KjurMu. reinliv Trucking and Farming Lands in larg .,J. ,

+:4.++++++++++++++++++++++++ All lUrk and Miternl Suirinteed FmtCUtt J I I' I.!ll""t..1! > for I. I I' which wan ret. erred to street committee. fet< -lon auj, 4)) of 14
K Kviiall. woik I. 2 011 I I < .9W .i,4 XrtioU \, i>e '
. IA 1.1.1.' .. .. I -'. Mr. SwaU-y ales l asked that Council appoint Mud tltf tttiiitarc. hf"bv" agreed. l I',i ali
Kissimmee Granitoid Works i. I- 'evi'".".. .ilin, > NIle I MIN plumbing Inspector and architect .(ubioiiti. ill IH) <.1\! M tor4 i ills t Stair t lit th. .*
I II II..".. lino V'; ork I >4I I who would have 'power to condemn any 11.-fll'rIli! | <.I.| ..'ti''>ii io tie he4'l uti the irgt Tut-'hdnT List your property! with me for quick .'

S. BULLOCK u__ _____ .. .. unstable and unsanitary building etc. ... sales. .... "
J.- 'I 1 lI.flI, I 544I "II.-" flrtt Mon'lity to S '1 I.,.1 I mar ..0k.I Surniwan. referred to street. commit for rut .i&f' .n <'r rejwtfoii.$ to-wit ** .i_ I

Mi l 11044t11I1I4. ..uI l .... ..."'"K''' UK.INI, tee.A s.* .'!1/. From' "il.ft-r tbva<]npti n of iht-n! H.M.BREAKER ).t' .

Osceola County l ('rr.v I'K.ln-lt .. I*" I 1() petition wa received feigned by "ifnJmenlr' th- ( rlmlnilt ourt uf Herord In ../.

. REAL ESTATE 1t..1I.1 Truwtn'i. for '...n.llnt.I .""! ;'l'tixelix property owners and other citizens on Mud ' Couatj hhallbi knuwu sell,.. Box 178 KISSiMMEE FtA.W. :- .

I II.n I, luan for htleet. I fuliil 4Hi' I.0 Mabbett street asking the Council: to Court III1 Rwotd 'm and for Maid IxmiitT. ntxl. luddiil = ;
....................... have marl put down on said .street .. .
Abstract I hit nil loaii.l rI1.,1tlI> .11I!<"I4I >n tu their 1"41"01 Jvrli'lU'tipp( ( the ..101 .
INSURANCEExamination Company commencing Darlington\ avenue between court sod tbfutlKt t'eCf, nliall, heye l Iti Eruiiiblu *- C- BASS i t I

FollowinR is the Treasurer's report the two bank buildings, running Bounty" concurrent. vltb th. 01.! C . ;

for the month of July A. D. 1910: northwest to Mabbett! street, thence i tvjlt t ',ura of Hal'l. 'ounl md. thv JuIRe tlier ; ,. ,

west to Bermuda avenue. Same was! of lie, MttiueoriKUiHl. jurlsilictlon. of nil other Wholesale and Retail t. )" .
of Titles a GNIVAL rUtin. relerred! to street! committee. .
CHifh timl matter' mi'1 lb. mtne-Hjwr. mid. .u- '
G. P. GARRETT. Manager. To balance from last report S "I" '11. Contract received from A. C. L. Ity. Dealer
\1.1. iiissue H I writ BN the Circuit Court ufnaiil in.
I(.*f fixed 1 from ( l I. rk .. 4 4 I" Co. for signature of officials \ -: ::
city () protecting .. .'
XSpecialty.Correspondence 'M* lilly end 014' JUdge th *r of. excepting .
R&I"lv from Tax Collector. I" 76Iron. said
:; company from damge,
t-ai'1'j, *] t-awcc Hud lh, i>tiw",r to Summon .udinftaui l
.. 1 ( 011..1". It .
c.'n J
lIZ which might occur in
crossing I 1 I.. frrttn. <1 lOT?.
'. ecelved, from Marvhal .171' l tfBy railroad track Fresh Beef '
with and
. Solicited. Jleal estate .. I water sewer Tbe ..n.v ruicu of? ,i.t... hir-" And J""II .nd > Pork and

''I. V. Titles examiued and reported.. oo 'I 1.1001 ". ...11, 44 liie. Same wan rolWred to Mreet r'-1'II1'' i.rtriHl, l'I )JuJKd Jitcra not ...1..', ,

\- Taxes paid for tjon-rebidents paid. warrant* ."2! .: committee lor approval with instruc C ,hied$ i, (.*1>l4a.n I lu Haiti Cir' U IL (JUII; ri, ...hall ohelV5'4S4.K1ll _
Instruments relutinir) to real estate lions to report, at next meeting. .J Ci'iirt of Record. The Governor Mutton. S ; 2
To balance on hand I "*U* t.n"f:1 .- Bill for buckets and merchandise ueeJuring . ,. ,
: W. S. HARWELL carefully drawn d lire 1 .I,5y > > 'I. i i- 1.1' order Bnjr oDe of the : .
: i re. REAL ESTATE (Correspon den Ce'' Sol idled.Bargains. T. balance from hu.1 ivi>oil C .';.2 110To Co., was presenter to Council I ro,,' r 1'iirtfi' Af 1i-rmHof saul t'uurl of /word. :
and referred! to l finance PHONE4t. -
amount from lai C >l>et Hvr t I".
Mupreuii. Court Use State Hlmll
., being no further business thCouncil : ,
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Notary Public at Large : !15,0 tt)>iH-i.M ,jurlHdc-iou) in ill ChuteS of I;
adjourned to meet in - --- .
HobersonV HaarmacyKISSllW'MKK. Total VOIHi; regular 'I whirb. jurimlu. iou. in granlt-d t.., Maid t'ou".f
Onic itvtr adjourned session Tuesday August Jj( .
ly" paid 1 warranta 1910 at TilJ: .
FLA. > m.
| C. W. Griffin '
; ; ut*d\ from 11..-kaid Court uf Kucvrd'to. the
To balance on.hand '. .. t I I-1". S" J. ]t. GILBERT: W. B. MAKJNKON !! Court In ..acvor'laoco '
-- III'.II. with the laws .
BCHOOI. FUND Clerk. :.t'res.: pro tern. 'n<1 rulet vovernlrig:auch yroeeedIns from the \, ,,
'. To Ual.nce. from Uat report..,.., I{ .. f 4T.:(Mo J Circuit Court to the Supreme () .. _

7. -::-, ::;. I'- ," '" ; ' In all kinds of Real Estate. ," amount from. .. Tax Coi'rl]| .r'l'f\( ;'>'iJl'.i.:\yvV'1' -1* ,. Public. Notice ..b. J1. /All ih" .ovIHlu"a'' or the Con.u.;' !! ANCY l'l''AMILY

,. ; Fire and Ute Insurance and : ,." I rk\.J.\ :. ; ", 1 hO\ i thOu: dud all\ IHWI eooouoanr.. F. GroceriesFRESH '
: : euaolud in therewith
."J.'lit..l' i.- i.o.! ,.: ? ., .. I ,\ I 0_ ...... I> Notice hereby given by Mr. Joseph I I
_'' hi'{ ,,t'9 I'. .(Armour's. Fertilizers.'iRent-i' \. ;, ." .',liT \.oo1"u... ".;!f1i1i;/.! ,.i "" 1 ,
7 L., JNN" ing and Collecting: Rents a 1 "LECTmcIc...., FUND.o is not and never has been ofti- and the otficerw! thereof, 1\Jludlnlll"e| ------AND--- .
manner of the appoint uncut or election and (thetrrniH :- :
Specialty. Taxes paid for !balance from lant rapott S 7 ,'I :SI daily connected with the OHceolU! Land
PH\UUN Alou guitcIwSPIION : I and Investment u' (.fl1l'"' ttneni.rtt>" t.1'ci liftI'Ti .
To amount (rum K. I. i'ullfctorTtital 6-' .2 Co. The use of his '
Ntn-residents. officer .h". Mu'y) .II" ''ike efTc-et to I"lie wild C'oBrt MEATS
as an
.....It>IC& ;.. KIKIME';;. I .i .,; (JoDy thereof has been ,of 'i) .. .
without IIIH I T 11.- nnd 1 11" <-tfirfriili' " knowledge
.rnct: I'uuNk 1<7. ....,,11>.. .' or cotiber .. .. '. "
1 i |*aid (I.y lli e amendment" The pn vitofflfTrl1 .-e '
R. O. MEEK any re- ,
I "s 11.4111KANITAVY I jiunsibility, for any busineo alreadyand "f ...i.i' Crnullfa1 Court' uf 1 Kwtird shell -
hereaIterdoe credit be -Ximiir, "<.nTil\ ''o'' U heretofore
W. W. CARSON, D. D..S. Kissiimtiee. FIn. .. .UND. or hereafter with.or given said compa "arw'l t lb. .lut% !... an'1 ref IVf. the emolument. Delivery Every Day at Any H.ur] ,

To balance from; laat repoit S l... 11 ny. of the rwiK--llveofUJ-ex until' tLexplratluii of '
ENTAL PARLORS -- To amount f roan Manbal. 4' .!!. their, ure-M-nt t. ran ol nm...... The Halaty of .,. Tatrcnage ; i'-It.ed'; I

RIVERS' BUILDING To amotint'f Tax Collector 10 (.41 Call for Bids. !' the Ja'Ipe.. of Saul ('oul'l..f Rwoni hall Iro two

VER 9SCEOLA PHARMACY .J. a jaV...*. To amount from Clerk I r.o; I Iliounaud an't five hundred dollars a y.*.'. l.ajabiequarter North Kinimmee .. Pbcna N*. I' ( 'j I

I Notice in hereby givVri that the Boardof ' !.. by the Cojiuty (Of Kacambiai: and .
; .. B PHO:. r.olJouAo--.L.--6. lit TvlalUf I 21" 4l Caunty Commissioners may be 1I1l.......... by the triMlature. --- -
..' "1"".'. Hou..1). ., ;S B2 ... 1 |iald warranta (1./11 DC'' will meet on .
1I August 15th:at the ollice! of Vie) Clerkof From and aftr the expiration of tbe t rm ofofltw .

I Real t To !balanca on hand I ." 4:. the Ci cuit Court for the purpose of of the preM-nt ju Estate Agency. BUILD1NGPUND.Ljautrtce receiving bids for the construction and Court of Hvcorit aliall bold h In office tot four

T.ft'/ %. RIVERS f Al. D. i iI 4 ..............ssssettstCtstVal lit To To amount" from from Taa bud Collector report r" 4"fb'' '* grading! from of 28 Whfttier miles of prairie to Bassinger.road extending ,.....". Artesian Wells :t t-

vrtJ; 'HY'SCJAN! ] AND SURGEON Realty bought and seld. lit roVm.untIrcrrCIerk7. 2 flans and specifications for same can .
had Proponing an Anieudwetit DRILLED DEPTH "
II K on application to tht Clerk of ,
I \\I Office orer OHoeola- Pharmacy 4 Houses rented. lit TotaJ II rt tI7 the Circuit Court. The Commissionersreserve to S<*tk.n Thlrty-nve ArtU'l V Of -', S. ' , C',7-

''**. 53. Taxes paid and Titles verified h CEHCTCBT rUND.To the right to reject any and all th. fowtltution of Florida. Kelatloir to En YIII I ,
Re ldence Let Figure "
I Me
.. PHONES \{ for non-residents, t ? tjalaio.fro m last jeiuorlTo JIl3: 911 bids. tabliahnienta of Court _ _
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r once : .1.1i I i Fire Life end Accident In- amount rc. .. Clerk '16 roO E. L.. LESLEY, Chairman. BH I It Resolved by the Lcclnlatur of the lila"" - ;y.4

II ARTHUR t.: DON EG AN, Clerk. of F'ur'h\a'\ I Guarantee Satisfaction ' __ _
I surance. Total 4''*' i foUowlnKana"idnieut to Section Thlrtyflre
Dr.. F. G. Thomason .. Indemnity Bonds. f B, ]*ld warrautil OIl..... II... ." . IOOO of Article V of the Cnnautiition of FlorIda -

II Large desk blotters lUc at -this., office la heroby agreed to and. cbs) be
. .Jk 11 j ualanre I 4414!
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON I.v''. tf aadaubniitted '0 the electora of the OtaM: fut H.N.BRATTON .

J. Z. kOBKKHON "pl'TOyIl; l or rejection at the ...."general eleotlon _

Office Phone.... 64 Residence1126 Trwaaurfrr. hore.Iter. that 1" tvxay. said Set'tlon Thlr
Mr. Frank Vans Agnew representing Notice of Sale ty-five of laid Artlcl uliall bto .[nroll..1.0 -,, -_ -. .. -' : :
the Board of Trade called the Notice ia hereby. thai _led read aa follow --- ,
ivn bid
will be I "
: A. VANS AGN'EI \\', I W. L l 'IH1 DUZOBI. Council's attention to the bad conditionof received by. W. J. Scarf for the.. sale of tba old I rlHi :t6. 1 No court' otht-r than herein ')>tICllhd I.. eo. .,
the dock and also TWICE'A-WEElC'
P. city unsanitary aainffCT II<'hoollol. d..rI_ m* ollowa: Btirifinlrif shAh be tHtabllulled in this State except that THE .

conditions surrounding same which was I HO "yarda mouth ..nd1\ yardii w.s\ of northit the LvalHlnture may provide for the rreatlvnand ,. ,

I ATTORNEY AT LA.W. .. ... . I referred to street committee.The eo..r of northeat quarter of norlh..dquart. \I Ntablltbm-nt. of nch addltloual Juillulal "I'TIDIES-UNION
Council's attention was also called .. ;
Circuit From time r.
I ; run thcnov north 70 yards: thence went I may to time breoms
I AND NOAARY PU3'lC. I to and loafers frequenting II ........ .... see.I .
trespassers 70 "yardB; thence South 70 ..ard.. thence caat 7' '. ,1 f..tb..ln..a..ot. b), the ......roor .4;

K1SS1MT'1EEJLPEi5 the city dock. whereupon the mar yardi to place of beginningaertfcon 23. townahip( audcouflnnatlon by the Ken at* ot additionalcult The Times-Union will sead '
(thaI.was instructed to look after same :a:.. iioiith of < lrJilUf IberrfOT. Khoae'term of ofliau >,. --L
Real Estate rnge97oa.L All b10* mu .. .. ,
I Engineer Murphy charge of ewer "l and ,
; on or before September 6. and marked bid oh Kfurnl JuriHtllotloQ iiall Lie tilt same I l leauee of the daily, A .
J. W. SIMPSON I work asked< that the Council allow school lot. 5 lu-rt-ln .ld..I'or.) I be CircuIt Judg, heroin I '
.ll feature '
containing refftlUr i1 i1p
I. change of newer line from Ruby avenue Th. hosed raerveH the right to ifjwl any and I alrH!.v fJI'.\ .-I'r l and may. c'.th": sup'I very latest mazkel'report* and :. uf ;.i.
DENTIST. to western continuation of Halm ey alt'. bds.ALto.t. Kuilritfi'l' ComiulMHioti with. judicial' : iMiu''n4 In I 1 specIal departments devoted to ,' ,
.street with permission of Mr. C- A. all I matter* <'''''nwl..1 with trie, fiiiH>tl 1"nof
) 5 agricollune horticulture. poultry
Canton to cross block 17 of S.o'. K. K. .. : ,
. UK-II a
Upstalrtl in Kuu 1tt2)IIo) .. KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA W.J.SEAKS. W. <- HASS.Superintendent. ii 'p etc.OWK .i ,
Said *_
survey. request was referred to I f ,
OK c HOURS: l J .a.. m. %12 m. street committee with power to act regarding "11. Chairman. DOLIJUH ; .' ,
r 1.30; U 6: p. m It I VHAK. OVK. $
same. 'II *' \ot n cast Hi < i.i.w"II.II't' / aatd( uroPOM" 4
Te one No. 7(1 Juo o., lyr. The Clerk 'was! instructed to draw '- am'ndmt-nu. and the ranvaHn deolaraM : -.....-........ ......z.. :
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.m for MK in Notice ""> ) .
J. W. THOMPSON warrant $ ) favor of the Citizens 1<' urn r turn 'theruof.' hall; btuuje 1..01 to _

tI Bank of Kissimmee said anioun. Notice U hereby ..(.I"cn0 all p.....n. holding II.. Hkfne r *trulatU>u-.arrti. reHlru'liunn, tut are .

M. WJL.DS )N, JKJ -, to be placed to credit of street .fund;; claim or ilamffndn, arainat the evtate of Lieut.CyL prorUled law f
also to draw warrant for interest on I W. B. Cadman. d--.aa ri. to preaent the Btatexfl Florida iSprigg FlemingII -,- -

.' J NOTARY PUB!. C.. same for six, months at 8 per cent per airme duly. authenticated to the undenrbjned. Tn Utimony; whrr...if( I havu liereunfo set :

(. } al TATE AT LA annum. within two yeara. .. preacribed( by law. otherwiae my baud and affixed! the 'treat r.oat) OY the state ,
FUNERAL DIRECTOR On motion it was BO ordered that the I th. ...... will te barred; and all &>..- Indebted of riurlda. at Tallah._. tile Capital. Iblat I IV CLEANING -' : '

i'Jteal Estate Agent. arfcTLICENSED marshal' and night police be allowed I to eaid _tate are hereby required to make immediate *n yfth day of ;,uly.I A. I). 1UIO. ',

credit for. 13 .head of cows fur month oJuly.1 aettternent$ with the und..i
jssIi1EE.: FLORIDA JANE!: CADMAN. .;.Heal. I Hecretaj-y of Btatn.
: There being no further business the Executrix of K.tate of W. E. '= = --C-=--'=-T== '=-____ ,; '1

Council adjourned to meet in regular. Blt: Cads.... ..._. REPAIRING '
be at this office Notice to Creditors
d tpers. can bought adjourned session Tuesday August 9th,. ----.. .
o .nts per hundred.' Just.whatyouj 1910. Not Ire li hereby glven'to. creditor. hojr and .' '

d put under your carpets, rnatIC Estate of C. H. Fountain Dec'd. dlntrlbuten( tb. eatate of Temple A. Minx i. "
Neitlce, li deceased that I haw b4.t1n 1 -
hereby given that th uaderalfoeda I I.4in1nlstrstoroFLbesstsOSof appointed adminlatrator '
;UIL -",' h.ui.KsI11MLE Tuesday, Aug. 9th, 1910.. 0 U Foaotalo, of the above named eatate.. and that all\ Lear* word' >t my house and clotb I
=-=-=- ===0= co Tbe Council met in'rejrular adjourned will be called 1.
deceived will on Moudaythe 1:48: 1aT of persons. harlnc aiainat lb. ..tate ipr and returned.
eVer asp- clym! mutt I -
finest colony proposition i ,r session, there being W. B.Maldn80n. .
present '
lambe next make Boat Settlement of hIs linlalilratlon .eat ,
a< pre then dolt utli"Dllcal d for aetllumeiit :
the public. H. M.- Breaker, W. J. Sears J. M. Hansell!,, uf laid txlaUi and applj tor bli I Iwithin ,,
ee, has it and will tell you J. C. Moore and J. R. Gilbert! Clerks I dlvtiart' an auch ailrnlniHlralor.. time prescribed by law .
IL for the asking. iK-tf 1 j fWaidentRiversbeirgf- absent -W; B. ..March,__ _lib._ ivto M.U. JU r n.>. lrnliil'Lrator KlMlmmw P'lL"C"REN ::1E A..MlSX!' Satisfaction Guaratttcec
U-6mo April 22: 11110. Adaintatraior laid -=-t....


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Something About Why and How an '1 illr' -
,J Irrigation Drainage .System .", -.i. .' ,', : yl ., For rthe "next 30 ". days s we will sell "f'S -.

a.Ix '.' Should be" Installed ..j 1 hereby. nominate M, .', .,. .:. .* ', "> "; .,-'/._.,. ....".vas "'''' A ..

-'"" a eontMtarft In ..the POPULAR VOTING CONTEST. .. .. '

'The''extremely' 'dry; 'weather' ::which' now being field byth. ''kiSS Mai"V L.raY"'iAb4TT& -'" . '... . .

prevailed throughout the trucking season .
," "caused considerable loan to the "

..J; '.I truck en who ',lacked 'proper irrigation ... ... e F
facilities, so' In- the interest" those FURNITURE at
.r who felt this drought *.vercly_ this article .(Signed) ." :
ia Intended to explain u system of j:
Irrigation-drainage which hat been demo :
onstrated and proved auccessful under ,
;I All conditioha ,where irrigation and '
drainage are essential to produce quantity -
as well as quality of vegetable ---
It is known that drainage is'just as es "
sential wet weather as irrigation in j .
dry weather.. Experience has taught : \ I. COST forCAS'n "j"jS
us that too much water ia just as harm-

ful as too little water therefore, a sya I ,
tern that will take of both of these conditions .
# should be of interest to the This Coupon entitles M .

ration truckers in this originated State. in The the sub-im Sanford I to ten-votesr'( 10)) in the POPULAR VOTING CONTESTnow . . ,: ". . . I

Celery Delta, but is now being used extensively being held by-tha KISSIMMHE VALLEY Gazarra'Signed : v ,

in all I parts of the State where I t J- s ,
trucking I. done on a large-sceJe.

The first question T., how does a sys t Prices
.' tern of underground drain tile operate I ( ) REMEMBER: Nothing Charged to Anyone at these

so as to failure Simply i =
prevent crop -- --- ---- ---- --- ---

1' it this is:dry the and land drained can be when'moistened it is when wet, ; This Coupon Not Good\ After Thursday, Au?, I8th, 1910 .

M. Wherever the is underlaid witthis -
ground -
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;,- system, I it can be safely said thaF -
y me surface sOil is rela-ned entire, instead .
of the nnest and most fertile
'. parts being carried off with every considerable tombs were drained by clay pipes as Is Called boVt. s RAvESa
rainfall. Any plant food in sound .as when laid 2,0)0) years ago. RO.SS
manure or other fertilizers deposited advantages of salt glazed clay tile The hearts of Mr. and Mrs. 'W. H.
upon the soil is carried into it by the over any other material is that it lasts Bruton have received wound tfiat time :
F! water a. it percolates downward from forever; the first coat is the last cost!!! alone and a perfect fait$ in 'the justness - .
the surface and so becomes thoroughly of God can heal-onr of their twin
incorporated with the soil. It decreases OSCEOLA HARDWARE CO. boys, the pride of their lives, has been ..1; 1 s;
i 4 the effects of droughts, as has been called to his heavenly home. The little ,

,., found by experience, owing to the enlarged fellow was only twenty months 01<1wh..n s'V'VVV V IVWVVVVrtfi iVVVVVWV VVVrVVVVVY
.' and deepened soil bed and to the the end came at the family WV
more favorable conditions for prevent. The New Manager Addresses a Con- home in Nichols on last Tuesday eve- '

ing excessive evaporation of moisture.It fidential Letter to the Public.In ning, and what will make the mother's:. The Good Listener,
aids in making new soil out of the : heart doubly sad is the fact that she I
The art of conversation has \been) denned .
of the
unprepared elements, since it permits a taking charge Oseeola was absent on a visit to North Carorina
freer entrance of air and atmospheric Hardware Company I wish to thank my t at the time her darling was taken, but somewhere as the art of listen KISSIMMEE. DRUG CO. .
hear, which disintegrates soil malaria (friends and patrons for the many kindnesses arrived here yesterday evening. ing. I prefer to call it the art of tire .
hitherto unavailable for use of plants. they have shown me in the vast The body of the little boy was brought and take. The rood listener Is often
Stubborn and refractory soils, when sixteen ((16)] $ears, while I was connected to this city and was laid to rest in
with the Waters & Carson Grocery I i I responsible for one of the gravest conversational -
drained are frequently so changed in Roaehill-cemetery this morning being
. .. texture and mechanical structure that Co. and the Kisnimmee Lumber Co, accompanied here from Nichols by Mr. sins tie or she encouragesthe PIANO CONTEST CLOSED
., ; .' they become easily managed and respond Not only to them but to the many j IFtruton! Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Gottwatten,. bore and Lbt egotist In which case
t to cultivationwith abundantcrops. strangers who have moved into our j:i grandparents of the child and MJHBPS the pleasure Is
surely altogether one
in the last few months. I i iM
I It community Irene and Edna Gottwalles.MUST .
opens pores of the soil allowing
sided and .eI6ab.-.Franc. In Loa-
snail :
free circulation wish to state that I in my new
this'alone air is sufficient among reason the for roots tiling; business, endeavor to treat every cuaomer ,, cloD T. P.'s Weekly. r .

land. Then, to thrive in a courteous manner, Please BELIEVE i
vegetables must
t have water\ and the only to supply them in every legitimate business! way i Large blotters for sale at this office We wish to: express our gratitude for the generous patronage
way and should desire!!! goods I for 10 cents. i I
possible they
I this is through lines of tile. I -- -- received and 'solicit a continuance
'[ . < by us during our -
which we do not carry in stock obtain l I when well Known Klaairamee Peo- "
Now as to how irrigation-drainage them If possible.!!! ] pie Tell( It So Plainly of your trade assuring you courteous treatment. ?
system should be installed. The necea-. that business
Feeling.sure our reations
sary materials per acre are: in the future will be as pleasantas When public endorsement is made bya Our new Fall Sundries will arrive .about Sept. 1st. Come r

2,000 feet;a in. dram tile 1 ft. lengths. they have been in the past I am, representative citizen of Kiasirnmee and buy. V, ,
r 7 pieces 8 in. 'sewer pipe, (pockets) ours Respectfully, the proof is positive. You must believe I
2 1-2 ft. lengths. S. L.liUPFER. it. Read ,this testimony. Every backache .FENOrE j I Yours Respectfully :

1 piece 18 in. ewer pipe, (pocket) 2 Manager Oacfola Hardware Co. sufferer every man, woman or 1 A. B. JARRELL. .
child with ,
1-2 feet lengths any kidney trouble will find
7 stop pockets, 12x8x24: inches. Rights of Dogs. I profit In the reading. --
200 feet 4 in 2 ftl jng'ths. 2. W. Bats, Houthsiile Ki simmee,
sewer pipe .................._ ,. -
1 load fibre (for covering joints bl Editor Valley Gazette. Kia., says: "Doan's Kidney Pills have DESTROYER AND :.a.f.a..f fwsfltt afe awyaatauwfal.flrA w..1WHAT'
tile. I made no reply to your lady correspondent been of such great benefit to me that INSECT : .r ((
r I 2 sacks of cement. because her allusion tar me I do not hesitate to recommend them.A : ..
The 18-inch pipe connects the 4-inch was regarded rather as a compliment lame back made it difficult for'roe'to DISINFECTANT i kf.tir "nenp"., 1.. nd know. what a Bank'. Capital IM fns. '>r the f, r: pipe, or water supply pipe with han otherwise. t really havtjtio more get around Also to stoop or lift. NO : tween' hank of I'tt' :. "or no i-apltal and one wilh'/ A lartft capita! .:' __
well. The 3-inch tile is connected with use for a dog than 1 have for'whisky or position I assumed was comfortableand i A nA'K'., CAPITAL' AND H\fM.P'.Tr8! : .
the 4-inch using the 8-mch tobacco, but that ia simply because. I a full nirbt's rest was out of the : ,. t ... hv!.! '1141 urOM." ;1. 'fled'p.unn from I...., ''he.."'......the I.rlrer HI.'tbe :
pipe by
have nothing for a dog to do. If I had, question. Thn kidney secretions were a traatur prote.Aiea" the leilo.iteri i! nit u FliU hunk flax ,
inlet boxes.
pockets as The
water is I would have but he would be A Distinctively Wtrttnrtou Prcp r.tlon ... -
one, a e..pll.1 .f. .fl1fI) ill :
distributed over the field through the a so frequent in passage that I often had .. .
dog and kept in his'place and not al- : Surplus hud 'if I 15.I rlxl" OIl '
inch Jiles: which are laid in rows 20 lowed to live in the house with me. to_arise six to tight tiroesat night. 1 A Preveatstive of CsnUcloiu Diseases ... t'M'bhMlrtHrC! liability rm, I ixw i1'a I .
feet apart and from 12 to 18 inches under While that a dog 'should be tried various remedies and rubbed my : Ato""lof\ . .. . .. 111..110000- :

the .surface.should bt4 In taken laying in the tile, :I treated kind; object, most decided back with lihiment,, but t.. no' avail. I f- I i Tb.. mea th\t *.rv mast !I'>*'e ll1T>,0<>,0.on before our deport.ors cogld I.... a : x
great care getting a l to associate and al- INSTANT DOTH TO eeot. Run protection I"l f for VOC.STATE ' .
Iy, making a dog-an .
uniform fall length of the Anally heard of Doan's Kidney rills .and i : i. J, 'j
t'' Held. This guarantees good( results owing/ children' to handle and wallow procured a. box:: from the. Kunimmes ,BANK OF : \
over thfem. Anti as to making a pet of tei lag< RMI. Andes Mseqsltsei,Fltoi; 1.1. i. J1.i'; :
the The tall
from system. should bw .a dod I think it u a matter of qUI! ..;l Drug Co. They disposed el'' the lame. Eggs'if . _'.o.-, : :1I
the hundred .. !
inch 'Gar.
aoout one to feet; Desire, silt SKrimn till < "
in some cases a greater fall than this yet is ti able taste, to say the least of it. .I peas in ray"back, trengtb /,And I wanfto that dogs'-have no j,. Insects; Fiat seen ar-'lulne4 a Its Use. "
required. Whenever possible, the wa eay nays and rid me: of the necessity of ; ) : f. A. ':AR-"0 { J .8" M: I.EE!: : N. B. CARSON :
ter should be at the highest right on our sidewalks, annoying peo- : ... P""KI1'" "' Vlc.'t..t l r.hlftr: a
supply earner risingat night. ... -
'. ot the field, so that the tall oati; be pie with their and obstruction disgusting decent of our folks thoroughfares i For aal by all dealers. Price 50 eta. ......................................................................-! .

1. obtained drainage very is controlled easily by.'Ihe means irrigation of the or with lhelr obscenity. If the owner of I 1 Foster-Milburn Ox, BufTalov N. Y., sole OSCEOLA PHARMACY ----- .--..-- -- -"' ...
a dog has occasion to take his don )
t} Z lone pocks at the outlet Mid of the along I agents for the United States.
". tile. rhe.. ffnvu!' trough town, that'.alll"lgbt, if he han i DiaTmouTOts I 13Ft ss & P'cart
pockets a partitionin (as he ought to have) proper control of Remember the nameDoan"sandtake : :TS
which there are thrall holes, one on
him but our streets are not huntinggrounds I no others. .
the level of the .anotherabout halfway --Destira In -
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and the man who has a dog'foiloving ,
\ the other-about inch from
and an
him the sidewalks has for ,
the top. For drainage the bottonuhoieis on i RANGY GROCERIESGRAIN :
gotten the proper use of dogs and that
left or'if it is desired to flood ;
open; there is for them do there.
the land thV second hole is closed and Then again nothing jogs bhould rot; be permitted 1 i AND We solicit part of 'your trade. I I
the water flows out at the top. To small _
to the streets with

\\k h ,prevent-the loints-of Is the soil tile,(each a email bundin All le at of the fibre other boys who" 1 met. not a negro control boy them.with The two WANTED! : FEED OF Country Hides and Produce Furs s .

placed over joint. connections
large dogs, and was not not tryingto
should be made absolutely wa- keep them in subjection, but actually I Bought andSold.KISSIMMEE. f \
X'ter tight so as to prevent any waste of sicking" them at things. Last night II I .
and the reeuita.yr i Phone 61 "'" :. --
lp' ,Water to. get 'quickest I was attacked by a dog on Broadway -- J
With the sub-irrigation system the and again this morning by another pre- -- -- ---- .-"""
;- r apply of.water can regulated so as ious brute. If the City Council cannot Man with sttia11Sa.iu1 to !
to irrigate the entire field simultaneously abate the nuisance I shall claim ... ,
? or confined to av Single row of.tile the right to go armed for protection } cut a tract of from. one. 1>> two "
'or as many as desired; hence with perfect against such attacks. -
;, ssuety, in the same field can begrown D. M. Breaker. hundred thousand feet.. I
c a variety of crops, though some I Wc have a complete assortmentof
may require a very wet soil and the I
others the contrary. PARENTS DON'T ACCUSE : the newest styles of a* .* "

1' The: coat of this. system averages YOUR CHILD OF BEING LAZY
,I about $110 per acre, while in a great J. E. MATTOCKSI' WALK OVER SHOES
many cases the .y.temh.. been installed I
complete tor considerably less than Case Out of a Hundred itIs .J
t Land Office
Kissimmee Valley : Company I
2 I this, This coat Is considerably cheaper Sick, -Something is Sapping( r I FOR MENind
,, than any other system known and 4s the the .Life Blood. tint i
.; '-only one as well l for irrigation f

f as for drainage. Have you hook worms? Yes, you i

In former years, it WM. generaly believed may if you ever had ground itch. Iii is A3ENT FOR_ Dorothy Dodd Shoes
;t that good drain tile should be po estimated by leading physicians, who !
a roue. Now-a-aays thle theory has been I i have investigated the subject that C.L JULU tO Gopdwin. Submerge! Exfaaust Device
discarded and the drainage experts of some country districts fn Florida where
the UT3'Department- -of> -Agncuttul"agree -' the land |IsUJ'JdY.UIl t 'elghty?*' "percent Pas AU MOTOR BOATS-I 'FOR WOMENr-
that the water does not go of the children have hook worm '
i 'through the body of the tile, but in or .,ys!' rig away, day and night, at their Stickler Weedless Wheel .! ALSO A FULL LINE' OF DRY '
1% out at the joints. It is readily; seen vitals. Propclldr' t GOODS AND FURNISHINGS ,
I that the les water the tile will absorb If yotr child is pale and bloodless, j* > .Ia Ja Jt >
the better the quality ot the tile; there- with no energy don't accuse. Ito! being .. ,.....
Wbite-BUJteslee! Mfr.CO.w II Stationary Gasoline Engines We can Satisfy thou who care
.. 'fore whenever purchasing material tor lazy It Is sick! Probably thousands !

tj tills system 'a thorough investigation of those parasites are sapping the Lifeblood 2 to 25 6, -p. Stand Supreme far Simplicity, Durability and Economy :
i should be made since the l better quality and making a dwarf of what i '
of tilecan be had at the same prices >s otherwise would be-aetrong and healthy -:- -:- Pumping Outfits Any Size -:- .:. .? -
"' inferior grades. In the Sanford district bor or girl. CHAS. W. DANN

when the eub-irftgation system You may try to.shift the responsiluly Foal Office .Address Kissimmee Fla., or Call at Residence on Hilli 1-d's Island.
w/ .... was first installed, wooden boxes were ; but you'cannot do it, since it is artaay
: used for tile, but these soon decayed. to get the information that 'will
Then cement tile was used to some extent free them from Uia) dreadful disease B.St is nUn.ivesity Y {,
John :
but this was a failure as the acids without any cost to you. Once you understand s'
in the soil soon caused it to disintegrate the nature of hook,"" worm diiseaae : UNCOLN HULLEY. ..... D..Utt. D. u. D. President j' .
which resulted In toss to the landowner. you can treat it yourself. 1 THE PIONEER
+ t. I In some cases the cheap --cement,tile is Write at once for "BookletK" which r SS
f 'known to have disappeared entirely contains the real scientificfacts taken 8BND THEM TO 8TBTSOM I I -- _
within twelve months. Mr, F. J. from the bulletins issueO' from the office 4* Professor and Instructors College Liberal. Arts: SITUATED AT .
O'Berry of Kissimrnee, was persuaded of the State Board of Health and from 17 UnfrersltT BulMlngsj Collets of Law 1 KISSIMMEE
+ '. to try cement tile and did so with disastrous Dt. Stiles' reports, who is a recognized 2& Acre Campus College of Technology .. ,
r" results. The vitrified (that i.. authority for the work! on book worm 5S1 Student Last Year College of Business r .
k v bard burned) glazed clay tile is now be- disease. In fact, a complete history of .25.a...M Endowment Preparatory" Academy H. EOMONO. 8WABBY. PROPRIETOR

... X4njr used almost altogether as vitrified the hook worm and hookworm disease, 15..*. Volumes In LlbrsujrS1 Normal and,Mod Schools '
'Y fcU? is one f-Sew most durable material its effect upon the human system and .,*)..." Pip* Organ School of Mechaok: Art I TINNING. PLUMBING IN fill ITS BRrtNGHESBRAziNQ\ '
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