Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: January 6, 1911
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00471
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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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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r : ,' ordered by.thTwentyeighth NationalConvention { lentofficer; at he, I I. thoroughly'quali,

j Ar Of HEALTH held' In Atlantic' City I last Newly Elected Ollicers'Assume 1 fled. by exceptional business kjuallflca-I THE ELECTRIC; ROAD< '

;(.... w.... September.: a 'dons to be one. of the :CIunt)'* gover- '. --. ... .
.t.ii-? Will )'OIi'arT nre for: a place for: the no t., He'I I I. a stock dealer, and is posessed .. I , I ,:. tf<'

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at: Duties th- result of Ri hand and brain. .
-cationT ,1 shall also want a ,room ; own
..''j .ing Relief .from.Fv' ry Char-',; your headquarters hotel., Will you reserve Oliver Bus, County. Commissioner; Builttf: People AlMf*Uie ;1'fJ:1: ,_

,,'J HI ader ofDisease.tutilmmee , one for met *' ., *, ,* ? I\a! trait; grower, farmer_ and/stock-' Une .Take Stodi.r ) \,
1 I Kindly let. me hear''from.you at' regards V" > : r raiser and '\1' 6ne of the. men who is _. .
tBtitu'd ,
'/ <. *' A'I small of. County, Commissioners 'School converting cattle Kitsimmee -
l: ha not been a* extensive- pl..ee'of meeting., I the rangMof A great deal, hasTbeen written'ftboai, ,, l. ,
church would. be acceptable.. > I am Hold TIt First ,Sessioti..Men Who ,Valley-lnt4 a landipf fruitful farm .
p advertised as a'health retort as our . : .Board tr the'propoeed electric, railway between '.
and
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bearing orchardOur need
ndltloni"'warrant for the reason that most cordially people this city; 'and San ford, .and at time'It lr-i: :
t' .* :Govern :' Affairs 'or'o..s il1 County have
the :
t. arp.opi.look) upon the extreme bealth- ,-Youraln.F.-. C. and. L.. Will : -! .. no fear fore future .otOtceola looked as though the project wpqld be-; !bit-

1.1' ,'tulneuprevaihog In' this section. a Belle C.'Hams; ,-For' tlie' Next'Two Years. ' : county wb.n'eh men'as Oliver Bassare come'a fur -a'abort: fame! when 1:1': :'
\ Nat'l. WiE. O.POSTOJ on the board of..commissioners.'W. .
. : .: .atter'otl I course, and, know little of ...---; .. ,- S. Pearce C >m.thlne'Yr0ll1d. arise that-would put JI"
t.: ,' <'the, ills tq which those living Iii other'parti 4. -- TKi ; a atop to the proe.edinge.but',now .
rr Tu'aday..h is also .uIItY'Comml..loner'l
'-; ; of the United State. are *.ubt. FIC :' RECEIPIS On inst, the men with the birth..and the growth of Os- office-; and although there, seems :to:be-nothing/In the'wex. .d '_

'' successful, in' 'the cool it be of except the''taltneof $260- 1
J. jected.We l who were 'generalelection county and.by right should' down on the bank. of Lake Okeecho- success r.f i1,

It w; ( '.know. that' the artesian water Are Sufficent to Place..Local(: Office in ,November for the county') for it has been his brain hit hand)di bee,. he will be a the.board, I 000 worth of. stock by '.tboM'' lime '
. ;
It: t i 'obtained' here and generally used for . offices entered upon"their, duties., andthe quiet 'nerve--that ha made it/amed | for he I* endowed 'with ron"an abundance along the line of the proposed road.'tbe'' 1
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l', iiomesUe purposes, i I. as fine at ever To Second Cas Board of County Commissioners throughout the state a* Uiejrioet law- of good, hard common tense, 'a thing other half:of M the capital atock: -a o,* "

1 of the earth; but never give and the School Board held their first abiding, the moat peaceable county. 000-liaving been.subscribed by North. ,
.cune out be written that ia not "
: Columns and eolumnn might by any meant a drug on emark.t. '
: .t| !i a thought to the million who are forced the and varied advantages sessions, although' but:;little businesswas Flonda While, Mr. rNvatt' la one of .,.'He la V fruit grower. and. em capltalUta.. .
detailing many transacted' either the the best d.tectlve.n the '' he .Is There ,..necessity to enter
. ) that contains a thousand by retiring county no uponan
i-V Note water
ri us
: one
;/ .thi, town ha to offer,the farmer and, own of the flnett '
i; < fever'germs in every cupful. ; boards disposing of unfinished matt.n.and also one of the,,flnest of gentlemen"aawell / Florida.' argument as, to'.thainecessity'ofbuilding ,,
,[ home eeker and investor and the statement orange grove'In. '
u We know that the breezes that blow' ,might be made a hundred timesover ( very ,few new' propositions were! a* the soul of honor! and integrity W. C. Bass, Chairman County School l ',this line If ,we ever expee('."a ;,
from lake and from over the presented. There were only five officers' It .ia a'common expression'among our 'reduction, in, lrela'btate.& from.,
))2 our that Kisslmmee was growing a Board While the name of Baa .I is honored .
"* of the voted for at the last election hat "When Prevatt: immee to'points the North
; prairie are pure and healthy and Ilfe1 mon rate than other town county people/. say athlng'ls throughout'thia. county there ate i In a* everyman ,
rapid any
; 1 but never for a moment think: and in 'each instance the present ,IO. it I I. so.'! aloog.tbe proposed route ha*more1'
y
giving; still of the Doubting none who have don. mote to ''protect It
In florida, all d
Incumbent succeeded himself except! in /W.J. Superintendent of Pat;: than been made acquainted: with
: _I "tot U..l1Itold multitude that with every Thomases would not be convinced that \ Sean ; and enshrine it with'lustre than Walter once r

"' :.. 'heath tM'tab they are filling their town will have ten thousand population that of county judge and judge of thcountycoutto lie Instruction a lawyer" by profession B.... -Whine he is one of"our'wealthiest excessive freight' chargeVwblvh'wa yK,
oar
1)), ( line with, the deadly fume* frorn putrid In 1912, when the posfofflca which position Judge although he takes a most active citizens and I* the owner of large the outcome of the absence of,competi a

f, \1' y'alley* and the smoke from a thousandfactory receipts, which'are uL cold and bard facts] G.. F, Parker was elected to succeed interest to eyerythtifg that pertains to meat market and hundred of head,of tion., Just ao long .aV we_ arept, the e. ;r
Judge T. M. Murphy.,who was appointed the welfare 'of our town and county, mercy of' one railroad>> over "lolL'te sl
Ruest'yWetCnpsr'that show incraateof almost.ooehundredpet : cattle awell a* much real estate hs
) the sun shines every cent an trace 1907 the mOlt skeptical : by the governor 'to flll out an unex never shirking his part .pf any responsibility still devote considerable of 'hia, time bring In and Had out our merchandise: .' '

..day-in'thVyear, and that a person can mat "go back and sit down." Aired. term. and always, performing It without price to jthj education of our and produce!, Jutt so long will,-we pay < f'

work td the open without.*the' least fear The following away figures, furnished the More progress ttaqkoeen made In this in manner' to the full satisfaction of yonth,-and ISII.ver' a* happya when exhorbitant freight rate, and the onlyway

: <(,of sunstroke or' even heat prostration; Valley Gatette by Postmaster Vans. county during tha past year than in our people. He is a man. of superior working for ,the' benefit of the boy in which w.'r can ever bops to'bet1
those five combined preceding, and. intellectual and stands in the tar these condition I* to build an-eleo.-, 4"
but few of u* stop to think that any year ability, .
tell in unmistakable languagethe : and girls who will. In a few years,'be
.' ,I living in the North seldom tee the sun Agnew story, of Kistimmee''. growth and. much of it Is'due to the good businessjudgmentdisplayed front rank of the legal profession, having the governors of our county; and the trio road to connect' with" water' trans::

or feel its penetrating' rays for six' by the County Commissioners been connected successfully with rulers of our homes.. portation.: r

,.. *' months out of every year.. prosperity Klssimmee: Fla.. Jan. 5. 1911. and School Board, and there tome of the most important cases tried E..Eo Brown School.Commissioner-. There .U ;enough money''' alonj'theroute !:
I i I. to believe otherwise than before Florida courts. He is a born of the proposed road to take up;
njKreason
I.f. +:; In fact, we, of this section, have lived Quarterly postofflce receipts tor the Has served the county long and faithfully .
1 all the t these same boards, under the new educator his father having been one of: the entire capital] stock a dozen times''
;
\ on year after year enjoying four : ,in this position and has ever beena '
past years ** will our county to still state's most I learned ,and 'I :believe the), ;; -
could bestow on regime, carry our men. over, we/ promoter
blessings. that nature Qu. 1C07 1908 1909 1910X hard and constant worker for-the betterment >
of success and development C. W. of will experience difljcoltjr plat '
\ higher: heights Griffin Supervisor ..Registration little ; ,
nrtaI. thinking that the same Or ae good lit: ,t1 99.41 $1212.63 $1170.93 257 .76 ; of our public schools. Mr. l
auccea. amonethe.bualn..a) .r!
-Is of Klaslmmee' the' 1250,000
one ,
conditions prevailed over the entire land. 2nd '958.06 1032.62 1227.89 63.213rd 4. Brown own a large number) of bee ing
/ The following-is a list of those -who ful grocef-y merchants, and dol-. 'of''' Klssimmee, Orlando and Sandford.
every men \ .. .
Dnring the past two years many people l 942.90 823.46 ISOB T 1579.13 iuvf, and 1 la considered, to be one of '
will fill the several county offices for lar he it the of his .
product r
have come to Klssimmee bringing 4th 1219.51 1271.61 194 .30 3214.45 possesses the state's expert in th lr.culture, as ., ,.,..
;the ensuing two years. own labor and superior business ability The following letter. ,frem'thechief,
stories of such suffering, death and well as heI,la a fruit ferpwerand farmer.So f
devastation reigning Irt other section T'tal 4626.18 4340. 6645m 9031.55 I G. F. Parker, County Judge and Mr Griffin is. a man who believes-In acceptably he fill the position the-- prompter fully explain the statue of
of the County Court-On a former and the motto of "Friendship the' road, the present.time' s
Judge practices projected
of!' the country that-we began to think B. R. 296.75 207.85 334.45 707.10 last term (hat he was almost unanimously -
and possessed occasion acceptably filled the same positlon tor all and malice toward none," and '. "Plttsburg; Dec: 26-WlC 1, -.'
our beloved town county re-elected for the ensuing two .
t- other things than good soil to offer the and has for twenty years been the his ever genial smile and hearty hand- years; which 'ra f -full evidence off' the "My Dear Mr. It., w. Boyce; ?$
\ And this thought agent of the Atlantic Coast Line Railway 8hak"e aloes one feel better for meeting "De .Sir: Your letter just r.c.lyeft: A'1, "
.homeseeker. grewto [ confidence placed in him by our.people.W. .
L ba fact when we saw dozens of 0 OyR4MMISSIONRSRenew I at Kiaaimmee. Judge Parker is him Charlie Griffin is big in site, .. W. Chandler, School 1 Commission" and I was Very glad to hear, from'youv* iw

.J and decrept men and women take well learned in the I.w., being: a graduate big l in brain and big in manhood and ey.--This. .I is the first term Mr.. Chandler t. received.ttie< paper. all right for whlch-t; \ *
in that profession; is a member of ,'thereRiatration books of Osceola county t dank you very much., 'The ,
few
here of
A. poo> )new life after a stay a ha served the county ,In the capacityof
months; and those suffering with rhmatlsm Ute (C lJnly's Subscription to both the Masonic and Knights Pythias. are in the keVpihg of an honest man school commissioner; he' ha ever all tie people I hi Flo da''wat rec .

orders, and a gentleman .of the highest and a conscientious officer.P. by a great" deal of favor by.the-
asthma: bronchitis and a hl a- Gazette...of Eight been strong advocate of the public i'
'. dred other ills,, regain their! feet '"the Valley social .nd'b alllea.standing.Arthur' A.. Vans Agnew, County Attor- school, and. his superior mental ability: here:and ''we now;, have 1
Hundred Copies.. E. Donegan Clerk of the coupled with a fund of common ..n.le. all signed to complete'the ought'I
ourvWater and If the board of commie papers
*1 health after drinking ney-f county should make him a. moat excellent official. '
elected two hays '
..r' living) In the open for onl a single sea -..-- --- Circuit CourtWaa' years sioners had -combed Florida for a map He I I. a stock-raiser a* well at a The.peoplehere
... ago for a term of four years. To those of Intelligence of real ability, of a true 'fruit grower. and farmer, on an extensive contract for'$250,000 worth of

c, t,. son. One of the first acts of the new of us who live in the county it would be 1 sense of duty,,of honesty, of integrity, scale. .' tire capital'etoek'which la $ .
These facts reliejre iiajsCall temerity Board.' of, County Commissioners .at; only necessary to state the simple fact for one possessed pf a powerful brain So well had Mr. Gerald Aabton served If die peoole along:the Une,,who
,1i... '" 111 claiming. Mssis.. o s health their meeting on Tuesday was to renew 'I the countv.in the capacity of road supervlsor 'Interetted ,
fill the
would than
; that Mr:. Donegan po.ftlon and the faculty to. know'' when; where to, be more' :.anyone)
I and Mr. Everett Bass -
In the as Janitor
iliA ;a resort has tjo/supehor) atiytJhere the county' subscription to the Valley next ".
circuit- clerk 'for the two the gr.ett:'beoeflta '
and'the statistics file ot and how to uae.it, they would not havefound j of the court' house, that the county e1.eoa..ceMuntef
'f: 4'M! United SJjrfes, authorities on bear Gazette of eight .hundred copies, the. yes,:sand, every one would; ,know that I one' superior to P. A. Vans Agnewto commieeloncrijre-elected them to these they will receive: .-,onlydoatrial'py 1 .
with the'state and city same to be mailed put weekly to persons position without the least-hesitancy. '
none could perform, the duties better; their advisor and and subscribe 'for the remainder of ..
: i-out/ he. contention that the death rate in the. North and West who contemplate thousands ; act as COU To those retiring from the.,board of road q '
; but for the benefit of,our of sellor., .He 1..i not only an Intellectual stock the will .be utt&t;: ,
commissioners Messrs. J. S.
f-of this town, "barring' the. extremely coming to this state and who county United .
M ; .
1 readers throughout the United States "No place 'or IocaUtJ."tba
7
but Walled
"the giant, i* one of ;i.the moat successfulbusiness"men Stratton, Elmer.Bas* and,i. H
here
t. ''sged'who have moved putt desire Information relative to conditions we will say' that no man in Florida In 'the South, having er-and from the'' school board -Mr.' J. J' States_a 'mo)'. 'any seed of:reJief. froeai'" roppre ',:.'

t *year, is a fraction less than three to prevailing In'this aection.;, stands] higher on 'the ladder cf success J. TumblUH-cur people owe much. for .lve' railroad .i te <.tbs j: >eIl the,
fortune '
."the thousand population, hat been than two 'years acquired an ''independent' during the two :years* they held office, "
I ; j on* men'andwomen It, t more than Arthur. Donegan.-or is held in through hits Own 'exertions.:: .TheYeare, our county prospered beyond the dreamof people along her; ,mti'of'thelnteedsdc;. : ,
j'lTOcsay there are liozen.'of since the commissioners first began to ,
(\ I greater'esteem" by, peopJ.b, generally. '' line and I.: do.' notwuuW' we wUt,4avrany -
: ;
;
none who ttand,ln 'front of,him in,t4le the most pronounced optimist.'and a \ .
tt;. :J walking our'ttreets' imperfecte mail out copies) of this paper beginning He)Is'one,, of. '.t1M'State': foremost profession'of law,'and the learned large, part of. the prosperity that has trouble'whatever", "'tn>\;'I Mliing ,the'-.. k

: fL,."'calth.who came here let* than a year with two: hundred, and from time. financiers, being president Clf''the Cititens aeelihis advice and most. He Is' come to our people was' the result of amount of stock,n e"uit ctNbiiteto'. .., ''io
"\\r' ; '* suffering with what ,wasbei.ved to time' Increased that number;.:'until "Opinion a the work.of these boards. They retire '' ; ('
go 'A ,
, Bank of Kissimmee snd'either'adirector the road. all tbe ,arrangfnieota <
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!
gentleman alwaysaffabe: In confidence of ;
perfect from office. with the foil
.: diseases, and ;'there'is: '' '
Incurable there hundred copies
/ ti now; are, eight i or officer in several other eampard. manner, and never:vsras' known to for the citizens of this county,,':for they now, attW wewill: t pai':*urveyoc*;; ta>; : t

t i 4.,:hot one among the. number but who willgladly palled from this office every week' by- of. large' interest and his realty get,a friend,,or refuse to do a klndn....:- were ever faithful. to' "the-- "trust' reposed' work, about;the Jet ot'JI''t. 1'l1at7'.1Iftt; (.

r,t'i.- I tell the story of, th..cure'' order of the county' governor' holding};cur.,''perbape, as'.greatas any )E. L,Lesley, Chairman of the Beardof >,. to.locate the' .Unr. .and '!,'obtain' rsgbt ** ''

+.l; :.Any aufrering! with a like complaint. This action of the commissioners ha other'.one; man's, Jn,, Kissimmee;.-_:Mar County -Commissioners l< '.one* of a way'sndthepeopie:: -tberft. "' ,.., ,:

;-.i..,w/Vf,1 There, Is-' no. malaria In-Kisslmmee, been commended by the press ofFlorrIda Donegan'ia a member of'I the Masonic, Oa e'ol 'Cbt bty'.' foremost Linen,'having JUfv.ALIlY.J( ITEr.a.rw. do their- .b..wewiU Jeavh

1'.' : ind chills and fever so common In theItow'Jands in the.highest'termu, ..* well a* by the Knight of Pythias and the Woodmen well under way by:the Febrvairyjng,1 :'
'. :of the south are the become to ,by. ,his, .own exertion and . .
unknown every man ;who >sa given, matter! vt.the HWorkl orders. ( Our'people here arewready i ,..
{
implanted .
f.VlUnti. Lung trouble, of any. character thought,'for,"since-this paper hat '' Tre..urei"i.to through eJ.menta.9t: .-manhood ''Y
; 1 any ;,B. c. Miller County In' bins during hit. early'youth Is Declared the O f''Orjpa iJf.io. ,.to do their' .part'aml ill tlbyar.' ,
: 'j8-' unknown ,,,to, our' people, but many been circulated, throughout the North the'manor.. born, and* tile:;*access' that byhis-parent'on'the.'old) .home ranch men who do tUngtj Uie people,tbr0-ttai. :

; iffering ffbm._tub.rculaishave_ beegficompletely i and Weat.; Oeeeola 'county ha grown he hat.achieved In ,the financialand The : the Comity toemioaefsBoant iild depend on ill wsttenbeg et.! ti't '
the Kissimmee;
prairie. :
.... 4 cured after a ata'lor..t year in population at a most wonderful rate,' business'world is due solely to hjs mas on range *-/. .- 01 : .,: v prothed' foie. Yonn tr1IJt ';; ,'" .
and the forist"wereiiott'the __for ... ? r "
throat trouble .. ..
rheumatism, has J...
and come '
: prosperity .
Atthmar greater tojour Indomitable energy 'J .G. .
,
; ter' intellect; and : '' '' .
_
i J f( jb -:'any''of, thce..kindred, diseases are people than, to those living In any. oth.rcity i No could be bestowed a, ,masUr mind such at ,E.l.'Les1ey: . 'if. I. c ,. .. 'j : \'! .. /\ ;:<. '

'1. .1 foreign'' to.,ou,",town; save only among or town id Florida.. 01 greater' praisja of a com possessed! to'develop and point' the( way Until the 'pre ellt': year) there'' ha*, BWlUAPiTRECtPTION ':"
> a 11IM by the people "
upon for the hand to do hiebln&'l! and .
':fhoM. .who are, afflicted with such ail.taenU We [have always contended that the muni than '''to u make him, the'keeper some been, only on.newipaper' pub Jabi-t,in '. . ;: I
ty ; ago he.leftthe plain and moved v.< -s; ; :.
i-
ti -'.(; prior,to their becoming residents circulation of '.." newspaper that.truth year | this Bounty therefore it was not nee.. .
daeeol.- of the public money. to this. city.: From then until now hehasiver the Com ldAioaers' At'akil _; 'Sj'li( .i
I//&T ;ftif... Klsslmmee flr, county,- ", fully portrayed the condition prevail- : Nary for County- . .
: .
', '1O..11I1JMe..I i. a health rork a* hnnW ing Iri a: community.':,was'the best and ci"J.:, Baodyt.TazJCallectorSo'scFeptably lle lin;'' ,the front, .leading ] the School Board to 'declare it the official 'ILI : '" ,/"'" .-'
C.
T a will does 0.I L. Bandy fill'the position I- and'' therein'. 'Icarcely' an enterprise organ and k tnnII ......... jMy. ...' 'j
1r tfcdred* of visitor to our town testify, cheapest manner of uadverusing'thatFommunity ;Border; alt.advertise N '
:
of tax collector that ih.PeOP1..ol town'but number Mrajrfienat6r; C'W' .r!
the existing Iq our what ments I,,inserted fn Jit,1 but 'enterprise. -.
<' --- ,, and- the result* from t'fNAJfONAL PRESIDENT commissioners'sending out eight hundred the .couIIty.m; : .t.'to"' question the him, rpnongthe list of,.owner*. ;But he'has sprang'intoexletence; ; i 14 old 0.-: by her'dlarmine-dauabtAl','pVA.-.tt, .:
j fact of else. filling' .that'office.Mr. abandoned his Iaterests'onthe I reception to.El' nee psJ* ",,
never delightful
: copies! weeily. of, ',the Valid Gatte -' anyone ceola ,:during thee: year 1910 among ; .
,bean us out Ip' that contention.. Bandy cam to Kiatimmee when a Kisslmmee pralrlV and.today ,lathe which were two newspaper*, which fact pi. last Friday afternoon.; / :\. ",,' *!",:

I .. ';:8. .C Win "Attenc"G./A:,:R.m.irlv. ; '-,,.'We thank the Count/ Commitaioriertforlagain mere lad, and ha lived here eontinuallr Cattle King of. Florida a*'well asheis I forced the tw;'bocUea' named 'to'-designate :The"day.:wa,>' most beautiful,ot**:,' 'ti

. ;n.wlnethillI"'subscription. eversince,' until a* he says, be I* a* ,one of wealthiest men. in this. one of the three paper a* the offlcial | and with the? son.:fhlnlpg I .madItv..p''1I "
rebniaiju.
: Here '
W .I{ 5CtliOjiiildlt ; caSette./and pure *""cracker as'V,there '.is In Flor' ueU lL, As a',public official he la *af. organ In which all advertitemenU d.UgKSfiil'to', !> haveopeOvaiaork 7 fEstk H", ",

f*x. ; ,Jf{:Every mail bring letter 'notifying to that the we Valley will strive wlth.all assure. our mightto then Ida Mr.'j: Bandy' Is .v wool* man and aDd 'COD en-aUve'i; although be never of.whatever Including_character the minute should o3 the be montb inserted basewam'bean, yddgorated'Ninth'palm9'feeltltandhofyand'tbe!, ,

|.;:1V?,'<*; '-v.ther thecommander of the'local G.; make Osceola 'the mosf populous ha the 'coafidenceandrespectofallour : : |haggle over.the..'. .expenditure of a dollar ly meeting .',iK .. ? ;I roosn ."'').1!;

1.&.fa; ......-.- Ay' R.- post or the, chairman 'of'ther county in !Florida and ;Klaslmmee-the people. ; ;:" 'fc'fcy. ,when,th.weifanF,, of) 'our county_ 1s i ,". Thl -question 'came betJi-e both the were tnade 'merryj'with;:.tbecheaOm' >!' +k;
of that Tax Assessor. County' .Commissioners and the School I p.b.:. I K ,\
t committee ,arrangement some I In the South.' 1../;pverstre t, at .take. tk4oB my' Si/ ) ,
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< -;,:t.. ..ir of National importane.will.attend proeperoo;" . _.:.., *:city' .. There are' few men 'who''can: ,;j1U the E. L." ,D.: Ovenitreet; 'CountyrCotmiasioner .land Board after at thelr'm..tme-into the merits Tuesday) of the! .Cvery one wl:tq" the:>' er of spirits. ;N'
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twth'tate Encampment of the O. A.'It. -InstattaUon of ffkers' r' position of tax assessor and'uot make -Is' a successful farmer andtockralser,1 three looking./ particularly >a* to.tkVslseof II and delighted t t '...t..t th..Itoi "" M't',..

'1; r: iqt ba held in this city on February" 14th, I ; } : more enemies than friends but that : 'and.is 'regarded as' one of, the :subscriptionJmt, each ,1.011I.01 1 \m.Carson.: ''R.freOmiyla

w Yl.'t.; "and,from advice already roeeved.It I Isafe I. At"the: :G. 'A.i'R.(t 1iR1li;,Y'dnesda', doe not seem to be the case with John the state's real. substantial men. He Board :decided, un-.hnOll.JJ': tb.Ct.be of:puneh clod ,cake were *.". 'and a*. i'shp

. ..- to say that more people of pVomloet'O -' January:4 th...the newly cted officers x;.,.:Overs treeJU for It would be a bard has represented this. county In the legislature . official Val 1fT Gantt.-,and instructed, dealpat.ed. the as their clerk
t sj t K.( ,will}be here on that occasion ., of the poet forthe ensuing year, Were matter to find a man In Osceola county and ha been a'member of the aod the organ,Superintendent? of ,Public, 'tber. guests,"the idea'of wok :f..

p.;,>.than 'ever before assembled in a F orl-, installed 'by Past, Commander:; .G.,:E. who would say naught of ''him either1** board of county commissioners for several atruction to furnish this paper With a fgtmnl'gatherings,eemed' 'ao'. ,vreflappreciated '

." ." tir.,4*.town ..Ulle lame time. The latest Tuboxci i.'i' a man""'01' at a pablis offidaLv >Mr. Overtreet.wa
,_-X: '''',j ,. ;,t Jb" effect .being'frpni the Commander, F.-W 'VVebkingy 'S.. "V.C .''bona lien, Dved-here and fa public affairs. and well" know *i and' *>:t,*';'.-...rt** all"; adytnrtiaemenu'MO *'" '.o' >' sample ('Mr*,; t Corsoc),would.be M-,

r 'ltNhtiona1Prtiident of the.4V./. C.. a* ,, D. I K.!: Lowell; JT. V,,C-j M. 8.. .Con. 'wiU. atay here during the remainder of the need 'of '_i'CiQUJlti.! ..'.'In all of btu The-Vajley! .' azrMideeply" ?* apprecl.tai lowedbyother:. !*. 'A.Rno;\ ber ,ol,' .

!:!;i .&;'- j' be bellowing letter will ,ahowi ,' ger; Quartermaster Du Bleats: O.: D.;,,hia time.-; To him Osceola county 'is,the private'a :.wen ..'''bl*- publioneyct.4. tht action,of tnese-two.bo rda; MftU .1auD..'. new':comers ;were.', prlmfrnt,"

'f/j5! v .., ce .t.;Emporia, Kana..Dfre. SI, 1910. P.' F. .TwIUhel; a G:; J. &; WUtmanlChaplalnK.'Comr dearest *.potearth.'and, all our pea; fellows the dictation,' hU.)>$nscVei qc-; ;: *just recognition of die work this and those who hadnot; >v t them. 'weredelighted .

Ait Post' Kls- J, H like bin respect 'him and have ant and ) papeV baa. done to turtb.&be Intereeteof : ."Plefcw DerMsW'of : ,
t--.f.'J!: , mee 'Commander'b Eby; Patriotia Instructor; c,.WFUm. I limited confidence In him cue'sa'ofilosr. tM ob&NMuslifed tied the} HllriIit' on tbelrrpart.that .the.Valley Ga- ..*UieM 'wvtneof' who thave cast t1t., 'r<1''

r t. 1.:;'My Dear; : shall. be b) inaS.11., C .W,.Barrett; 'Q.;a,. 'O, John! .Qverttreet doe right-as'; he sees .! ommle.on; sette is I far UM superior. naper published -,, fortuntstthus.; ,,.ti.\.I: 1-J""j'f-r.I.... _i" . :
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f&i: /p.ur etty\OII the f 14th of February DerbjraUre; ; I It'favoring; none.bat; glfac justice'to'alt : ( : ... "

:'?tI >qranlM (h* J'rovIaIOI\-I'd.\ paren t ent of"oman'a The ioat Is la moat flourishing condition >- \ f ;,. "r1.'Vf. :TM-UsUr;'Baaa;'first\ teirm on theoVtAit full seta duty baa toward-, always our.endeavored county: to and do wife Its. -'re 3rn.riiQr. "'

s i "A!0dda'. : ,:'KWIef Corp, nxili-I ; only: on. death. having' occurred C. Tfl; Prevatt.. $J bet1tG'-The ham* trt then It) not the least prdby continue to do ao cur long a* it U in jpo:: Iow. $ g,"s" : u.11rLf',: 'r '.

.to. Grand.Army'ot the Rtpubllc,.,'a*. ,during u.PU& year' of : C1r Prevatt It"4wWeibifi. oiaeet.dd1 but. .what. he will. make.aD.'.xce 'I fltenes.-, ., J'l\I\ <" .iM'OIIao ..... .' ,:I
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and we have to work together with nature '- small. Where water was sent through. Whatever may be' the ,expense tree and humanity, better beat '
; ,BACK TO THE SOIL to make it available: r. irrigating; ditches between', ,rows of of Installing an irrigating plant, we may add that it will be the? ean
The fertility must he soluble,! arid for trees: the. soil was;..wet to a conaideraljle one .year's increase Of product ;will of eliminating to a great extent the.

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; second-alt; thl cL rde- the water moved laterally only about the returns from farming1! 'irrigating fight now. >
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LL r -, S. V. GODDEN Written, for C tlie, Horticultural. .1IPUt... ,'- caying,matter in the soil. f two feet. In ,spila that are in good land are so,large and so certain, that ; '-Mineral: fertilizer can b/d applied to
,' .. '. I .. General good farm ,cultivation Will condition, the movement of water there is a sense In'WNlch'' It.i is not,absolutely all growing"crops by surface.app'lca- *
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make a t large amount of this fertility either up or down-is; not very great. material wh t Unoriginal cost tlon, clear.. up to the time''of harvesting '
1 / 1 available,'but by bad methods of farm- I but the aterLI movement ia extremely is to the purchaser It l increases the and every application will show')
I '; I Ing large quantities of this'reserve may 'slight This'knowledge; it of vast i"ipo.rtance value of the land many fold. Combined Immediate results by.fo clng the plants...',
I be tost. . t- in .-application of ;fertilizer with drainage and we have perfection to a more vigorous growth' and greater
I We have always had th&td>a. that and explain, *"many of the ,failures in the controlling elements of nature. yield; ,
c 1 humus is the great factor in producing' in its use; because they' must have 'The reason why-Irrigated. lands run I am glad to say that T_.company,ha*'"
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crops. This has ,!Been proven a mis water to make them available as plant to the highest price products of Intensive been formed that are making a business
'! not of hu food,, and If placed too' far from the %' of nlneral fertilizer
take. Crops are produced farming is, ,because there I is no : manufacturing
I, mus. Humus itseIC furnishes nothing; plants the latter 'Will be.receiving. no I question of may or may not. Consequently : I from rock. They have a I large query '*
that feeds the plant; it is simply a ba- benefit. I no question as to 'result. The in Maine and the mineral prepared )J.
; sis to help) make plant food available, These facts will be of.; value to the i ground that you may wet -or leave dry showing remarkable result:
: < :: I to' help hold moisture- arid liberate growers of fruit and vegetables where. : as you please is a commodity that ia It is well to realize the following/ :
: plant food. .It is in ifo condition to drenching or sprinkling-is resorted to.- limited in scope. The individual or That trees and plants are living ,
'I feed plants so long as it is humus. Of course nature's way of supplying company that has irrigation and drainage things and must be, treated .a* such.
; ; We !mistake decaying organic matter moisture to the entire surface.. the i la fortunate above his, fellows, etc. I They eat. They breathe.. Tb
i best but if we water it i I. : What drink. They suffer from heat (cold,
i I with humus. Organic matter consistsof our plant, the grower' wants to know I is
Vegetable and animal that accumulates better to apply the fertilizer first and everything that goes to make success. and'droughts.. Some require Iota of
in the soil. Humus is the part of then give them a thorough drenching For this reason I want to dwell a littleon water and others not so much. Some
I,organic matter that i in resistent to decay I in order that the mois'ture will dissolvethe mineral matter. If proper drainage, do well >n shade others require Iota of
: the part that remains of organic I fertilizer and send it, to the roots) irrigation and right ingredients are sun. They are afflicted by disease and
/ matter after it has lost its form. De- I What drainage mean. It carries off handled' right, the less chance there I pestered t by insect They'roust be
; j caying organic matter is of very much I all stagnant water and gives a ready will.i>e for disease to spread There is ,,1 kept \dealand need' an occasional e
more, value than humus. It is the action -f escape to the excess of rain that falls. no doubt but the nation's health ia : bath. Do not plant or. set out any
I you get in the process of making rl It assists the'assent of water beneath, more or less Impaired because of non- I shjrub or tree and think they will grow
humus that is most valuable. The humus whether by capillary\ action or by natural and chemical processes of developing i without care. Attention to details
1 I itself fa very inactive; it has been force of springs, and thus not only preserves plant life. Have you ever i with a little timely. work brings' .luccess.
in the soil for hundreds of thousanls of the surface soil from undue stopped to think why.such wonderful I
I ye'ars, and will remain there yet. The moisture (a great advantage in itself crops grow on mountains "and In valleys -I' fot Sale
real key to humus problem is nitrogen.If as the moisture on the surface by its contiguous in volcanoes. Their I Interest bearing certificates of
1'1' you will maintain the supply of nitrogen evaporation tends to chill and keep the soils are fertilized With finely powdered in amount to suit. deposit
in the soil you will never needto soil cold), but also frees the sob-soil mineral in the lava from the volcanoes. 'I These certificates are absolutely safe.

give a thought to humus Alternate from tha-lingering, presence of those What is fed to the plant is indirectly a, good Investment for idle money. Pay
with.legume plants, such as obnoxious substances which in un-:
the blood.
your crops suppliedto Ammonia and I. fouf per cent interest. Can be cashed
: cow peas, velvet beans, beggar weed, drained land so frequently lodge in it phosphate fertilizers make thick, slug for face value at any time.
vetch, clover or any leguminous crop. and impair' the growth p{ deep rooted gish blood, and causes poor circulation. Com\in! and let us fully explain this
: These all gather nitrogen from the air. plants, also the constant descent of Mineral fertilizers will produce healthy, Investment to if have
I you you some
I The principal' idea is to to plan your rotation fresh air through its pores, from the clean plants. Sound plant that will"keer" money you are not good to need for six
I that the vegetable matter in surface to the depth of the drains. And and the flavor of which is unsurpassed months or a
soil will constantly increase. this is only part of the many good year.
your Germany, France.and Italy Interest works, days, nights, Sundays
I I this advice things it does to the soil. I will add
Don't forget keep your lead the world in intensive agriculture. and holidays. Never takes a vacation.
I ,' land busy, do a little thinking once in a this, that the deeper the soil is drainedthe They me Immense amounts of mineral ,i Why not let it work 'for you? -
while as to.how can accomplishyour more easy It becomes' for deep fertilizers.
you I Americans l lead in. everything 2-lt State Bank of KUsimmee.
l object. It is work but that is plowing, thus bringing to the surface else. Why not in agriculture ] -
I"t. I ; the one main feature of best results. I a large quantity of available plant r
food. The advantage of mineral fertilizer i Florida Maps.
:; I Best'results mean perfect drainagoand mixed with manures or chemical fertilizers Upon receipt of 25 cent at the Valley
irrigation. These are absolutely The following sums it all up:
: I is, it counteracts the injuriousacid Gazette office a pocket map of Florida
/ necessary to carry out fully nature' First It is equivalent to a change of salts. If you believe that plants will be mailed to any address in the /\

I Ideas. soil. extract their food from the soil, you United States. We can also furnish '
Let us take. up water and how it J Second-It is likewise an improved must agree that plants fed on con- map of Osceola county at tl each, and
) \ ; moves in the soil The general Idea. I'' change of climate. centrated putrescence must be poison will be glad to estimate on sectional maps
believe, is that water moves from the Third-It is equivalent to a deepen to human beings. Plant fed on acid of any kind.
\ ; surface straight down into the soil, ing of the soil, thus adding to its fer- chemical fertilizer fill the blood with
", i that is, evenly on all sides, when it is tility. acid and naturally cause rheumatism, Old papers can ue bought at this office -
applied to a single spot or. in a ditch. Fourth-It is necessary preparationto and has serious effects. at 20 cents per hundred. They are

i This is .not the way the water is ab many other improved conditions. Manures and chemical fertilizers at the very thing you need to put under

sorbed. Sjpi Irrigation-One of the most important best are only'Btimulante... Combine your matting.
Experiments show that the lateral factors to be considered for the them with mineral matter and we havea Large desk blotters lor sale at this
}J ; movement of water is surprisingly true success .of fmit and vegetable pure, perfect food for the plant and office for 10 cents.

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,I'" Magnificently situated on the Height of Laud forming the Lake Shore Crescent _

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a - : ' . .. : : This 19ub-i dlvislon adjoins one of the oldest and most desirable resident $5'.OO
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;' "* '"",.-y- tI '. '""' Lake'Tohopekallga* bringing the cooling and invigorating ozone from the

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Haye'the Tang .of the Sea Of INTEREST .LIPPED Francis Williams; 'exercises: "Glory to I

/..: FROM THE ST. CLOUD TRIBUNE >Gel in the Highest,'* ten girls; recitation '. ,
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"What Can We Do to Help-Lavina: b- Na '

We.receive our oysters under.regulotiotis 'We.regret to chronicle the death, at Williams ; duet, L* Daugherty and : : r

; of, the Sealshipt System which covers the three o'clock )yesterday morning, of. Miss Rinkle; "Peace, God Will'to i SWAN( AND, "ME! : 2"C +

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f Comrade' A. Eppenauar, of Florida avenue Menu; "Hurry Back, Santa Cathrlne > c .

' If' growing: shucking., shipping, .selling of i from the effects of a gunshot. Low.* .. C \ ; <. SAUNDERS, -'

wound received In the Civil War. The ,..C 1. .
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body will;b kipped ,to Shell'City., 'The Junior, "League Chri.i'trtk.. exercises ,.

H ";Sealshipt + Oysters Mo,, the original home of the family.Major . *were held last Monday evening( at LEAV CIT'f;' : 5AILY8.3O

G. A. R. hall. The house was crowded DocK .i"". .
:?William P., Huxford, one of I
and every one enjoyed the programwhicb"Mrs. '. '
EffectlVe the best-known Civil War veteran...* In .. "
Protected System J. B_ Westcott, superintendent -
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". Washington,+ D. C.. and long prominently .: of the leaWe. and Mrs Edward \ : A./ M. AND '2 F>. M. A

1 Identified with the Grand Armyof :Addis, her assistant, had carefully .
t A't the seaside they are packed, Handled (In this way they re- the Republic and the Loyal Legion, soy
and flavor of ranged. The decorations were beauti ,r +
, !solid into alr-tlghtcontalDera and tain all the freshness ; 1
4.';_ then SEALED.' The ice Is on the oysters just taken from the beds. died at his home in that city on"Decem- ful. Holly and evergreens were placed ;-FOR; -

..-1 OUTSIDE pf the containers. The They are all solid meats-not a ber/26, death resulting from the Affects: about the walls, and a large Christmas
" containers are-in patent Sealship. drop of water haa.ever been added of'a wound fee..(lved at the Battle of tree filled with gifts for the. children; ,

' ton -no. ice has ever touched them: Malvern Hill.:,Va., in the Civil War. stood In the comer of the stage. One r

We have the sole authority to They are economical pint ia of the pleasant features of the occa- KISSJtBMEE

_ break of the Sealshiptor., enougn for a family of Ave Mr. Thompson C. Roberts the well- tion was the presentation of a sum of .

.We a heat the porcelain Seale ""ark '"'wala'a Oyster ItOf")"'pa!!!! known local real estate dealer, informsus money to Dr. Cora E.: Hyre, the popular ,.'

( .shiptiease. We band YOU SealCall at our.store and get 'this that he has secured a large number Sabbath-achool 1 superintendent of &

shipt Oysters in the wax-lined interesting little story together of signatures of the most prominent the Union Sunday-school Association A R K "
blue and white with a number of shore recipes
Sealshipt
paper business men and residents to his petition '
. pail. if interesting to housewives The presentation; speech was made by .. ., ..
to the .-tmuer general for the Rer. J.. B. Westcott. pastor of the . ,

position .postmaster in the local office, Livingston Memorial Methodist t Church .

soon to be relinquished. by Postmaster. in a few well-, hossn words. '

NIEMEYER, .& WILEY Kenney. Return/-11:30: A. M. and '5:00: Pi,: :M., \, : 4,

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WHAT
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railway.established: in its. local -

station what is known as a coupon
ticket office where' tickets may be To Live in Kissimmee and Wages .

1 procured for any point In the United Usually Paid. Bathmg HuntipgriSh'ing

,ooOoc JO OOOCaocOOOnOCIO JOCa States or Canada, over any line. This The following table of prices I is u

A. CARSON. J A. CBANFORD.' 8.L.LUFTER. action is in line with other improvements near accurate as it is possible to obtain,
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Atlantic Information of
contemplated by the and is published for the ,

Coast Line Company.On those contemplating moving to this city: ul I.

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Flour .. {" :* to S9.M) per bblmok.d t 1
liaeon. *4 i to '0 o-nt. _Ibfw .
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KISSIMMEE LUMBER CO. Wednesday Salt Bacon .. .. >*to DI oenU POT lbcent.
Line Com- .,'gl Co 711t .lb /
master of the Atlantic Coast toaa. i per -
LIma BMM ... ...'to 'A' sena I'Kio. '.. ,
pany visited St. Cloud on a special '. .... .6 to 8 e.nU per//Ib i v '

train for the purpose of planning several SwMt Potatoes Potatoss ... .- .60 to 81 l 76 to oont.11.BJ par.....burteIrUh bushel ( : ;', > .
t -4$ Rough and Dressed oPINE grade crossings at intersections .Yr .h Hnh .... ... . . J to J2<0 p.-I" tn" '
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of prominent:avenues and the com I Grit.Salt Mackerel . ..'}100!.e per per I"Meal \ l'
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pany's tracks. These crossings will be! "'-h Beet .. .. .. 121,( t.o 16e per per lbPreah \
LUMBER substantially built, and from twenty to Pork ..,.. ... 124 to 16c per I.. .j ,;
Sugar . .. .. .. .1\ pound for II 00 ,
forty feet in length. Dried Prnna. .. . '" .. . 8 to! per Ib + ;
i Dried Peaches .. .. .. 10 to THc .p..r 1.. :
Dried Apples .. 1 t' to UV per Ib ,
The Woman's Relief Corps tendereda Pur. Lard I8to0'k perlbt'onpound I ,
I' Laid 12 U l4e perl"1 1ClieeM .
Christmas dinner to the bachelor vet 26c ." >,a
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HOUSE BILLS A SPECIALTY ... . t
who Black-Fyad Pea Kcfw'i :it
erans of the colony, and to those 82.00 bushel. '
Onion. l'te per Ib: per
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tOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCXX>OOOC>OOOCX OOUOC>OC>CXXXO<)OC>9OO<>d'' About forty-two partook of a bounteous -, ,. .. ., I8* per gallon : .1
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at' Mrs. Reed's cafe, y:fn
repast as (hick.n Friars .. ... Z6cto4"eeacChicken .
: | .. . ..,65c to 80e each (
guests of the ladies' auxiliary to the grown .
... ,. .
Corn .belled . .: We per bushel J 4
.. ... .
The
local post. comrades thoroughly Oats 70<:per bushel I

enjoyed the dinner and wish to tender 1, Oranire.Carpenter.. In aeaaqn. ... ,,.. .II,..60 to*JJ 2 00 80 per to'boa 7.60 +' '...i,

The BASS MARKET their sincere thanks to the Woman's Blackmmith. ---------------e to ii.60Clearing -
RULL ( per acre
Relief! Corps for their loyal support. '' '. "
Clearing I Land-atumpinx'
I' Man and Te.n( .. . ..: {ttoCoto'S!::2::, "
i Bona and Mul.. .. ... ".00 to {'100 .
Berden One Bock from I ) ,
Building Depot to feadaam.
(I'artta hlrjrur
On December 18th
Sunday a party . . (10.d or "
. composed of W. H. Patrick, K. P. I,,, PI wss ., 4ty I to $'.00
H.rrow. .' ..M.N> to 81 1 i.OO..
Fresh Florida of l nil kinds
Butler, O. R. Johnson, Marie Anderson 8u"yora.nd Civil Engineers. H to M( a due r
MEATS 'Teacher. 846 to I'S. month DELICIOUS BISCUITS )
and WesternPOULTRY. and Ruth Overstreet motored over I Wood per cord. U.71)to 8.0i .. .. ., -
from Kissimmee and were guests at - I.

EGGS. FRESH FISH the New St. Cloud Tuesday, December I Light, flaky and appetizing are made from;; ,

27th Robert Pr Gibbs, S. ,C. Smith i j' Danger in Delay FIRST QUALITY :IIQu.ker'CitY"- flour. "'

$pecial.1tlc.nlion lo'Phone Orders and Free and wife Mrs R. P. Gibbs. Mrs. S. X. .

'Delivery lo any part of the City. -Phone 189 Goldberg and W. D.* Bell came over -'ItKid.ey' Look for ,the .label above, somewhere 'on *<;

from Orlando in high-power and J I bagor barrel. '. placed there ; .
a car I Dleenaeaaretoo. Dangerous ., -in red t I;;j
were also guests at the New St. Cloud .'Al <<
I'>
-.- .- - :. for Klsslmmee. People to !flealect: : and blue-to: prptect the housewife) i if'a.$ f-" .,, i
-- -
7 .. I """ 1 Edward ball, Jore"man for Contractor I ...., '.. .....>..-- the.miller's guarantee (Pint Quality flouti' ',; :I:'\, 't'.:" :; '.''f: :7 7l..l

N. ',,F, Bass and Miss Rhoda Rouse The great> "-danger.of kidne troubles1e w 'v' '. ;,-

were quietly married in Kissimmee this that they"get a;Arm hold before the .

'E.L. LESLEY" COMPANY afternoon at three o'cjgck. The_ n-I I sufferer recognizes them. Health Is QUAKER
CITY FLOUR MILLSCO
Backache
graduallyupdermined. head .
tractinjr parties, together wipi Dr. .
j
ache nervousness lameness, soreness, 'I
Chunn, motored to our neighboring city lumbago urinary troubles,. drops, PHILADELPHIA ,'f' ,
STe LOUD rrie LA. where the ceremony was diabetes and Blight's disease Y -I J
l pon the return of the happy rformecl'l merciless succession. Don't neglect \
' kidneys. Cure the kidneys with t
your
St. Cloud they were met and 'r
., .
FULL LINK OP certain and safe remedy-Dean's kid
by a large delegation of friends, and ney Pills-which has cured. people right ..\< '
GENERAL HARDWARE the ground in the vicinity of the railroad [ J here In this locality
, -
station was liberally sown with W. H. Story 212 Jackson street Orlando :6. J' ':
.
Tool P.aclac. ParaltMra. Pal. ..Ollaaad
t ;Varnl.hea. Qlaaaware Crockery '
1 I"1:): .ad DI...... Pall LI..Uaats'' P"I..I.... Bets rice. Pills.,proved Florida,of says great: "Dean's benefit Kidney to me.For '', s
.. .. .* I
4 Caps .41. HIM*: some time time my kidneys were OsceolaLum. eVCompany ,;, : s< '

The "Old Maids' Convention" will be weak and the secretions from the or ..
.. '< GRAIN, FEED AND FERTILIZERS aced so I Irregularly, that I was k" .: '- : : I
' ., given-by the. Woman's Relief Corps cause much There was -
.
annoyance.
: the second week In January. This Is also a aoreness across my loins. I doctored I' ;-
Grocery Located on N. Y. Are., 2 doors from !t: Cloud Hotel one of the best, entertainments'golng and used different kidney remedies : --=-:' : { '. .
Hardware Store Penn. ve.'nearllth St. but at.was left for Doan'a KidneyPillsto "" 1.
1
l th. rounds of the stage .It is a mirth .. ;, .
,, ,..- OUR PRICES ARE LOWEST : Aa..t.ref PULLER a JOHNSON proroker and is well received wherever relieve 'me. The contents of: ..... :_ 1 .
P.rr Paso 11..1.. l three boxes strengthened my kidney ...... .,_ -"'--' 8AL11.SjIf ,.- __ _ __ .... H.ilUW -c
.
will "
: given.- Thirty people? .j pp>ar OIl 1 and disposed of the backache have 4 >, ; >"
the at one time and great confidence In Doan'a Kidney Pills r ,;A.'. l.
f =eN'rr: stage as a great '
. many people i wish to sea the ,lay:find and gladly recommend them to otbet Rough 'and ,Pressed" LumberWINDOWS I '
CASH having kidney complaint"For -'1
Oat INSTALLMENTSreaaAvs. p. *
the hall cannot who
accommodate all
-, sale by all dealers. Price 60' eta:, . .
would see it at one time, it has been Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo No.Y.,eol.acenla i V;

tetweaa ICIa asd.tits\ fnmtt..Dell...... deci ed-to present the farce two even for the United States. ;'DOORS; .,,'. ';
sO ings.. The proceeds of the conventionwill I Remember the DamDoan'aandtake h1* '%
1 V
no>> others.._ SHINGI LATH' BRICK, UME *
. be used ,as a nucleus of a piano .... .
fund The corps will shortly own its .
and are to have 4 CONDENSEb'sTATEMENT NOVEL.t"VN'cRK"S"' '
own piano they a piano :

violin and cornet in tile hall the'evenings -| OP THE CONDITIANTSTATE

QOLID YRATES of the entertainment- BANK'' OF. KISSIMMEE, -' :BUILDING., ''MkI RIk,;, : '.;' ;:

,
The Christmas entertainment of the ,"\ .1. ; //f 1
FLORIDA i:
. Union Sunday-echool Association was KISSIMMEE. ,, 5- .JA Free Delivery..to All'Partji, of+ Citf' :.JJtj: \, : :;". :. .!
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held Saturday night in O. A.:R. hall., At the eloq of business Iliac al. 1910.1A8IIB1'8. ... s'>-t.... ,-I, I.t ,,," .;.j. l , "j .....- -' .';' ; -. .. .. .

===VIA== The hall was tastefully decorated and I - '
Real It.tale,rtralturt use tIgtura..t t..ono DBBII" ...
every scholar received a present from Keorinbie............ .... .. 214 165 wBoo" .. .
the Christmas. tree.The followingwas ..A .:.. . .J 0 IJOO..er4r&tH .......... .. ,, I ri
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rendered : Song, Joy to the .Cask Itemand" - other ._ .... _, .. -. . .I\ X.
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ATLANTIC COAST, I LINE World" congregation; address of welcome C'.i ..... .l........ .. . .. ...... aL7es 89LiABiLITIae. 1- :-MEANS.n. ; '> : .
I WHAT .'
o'L"
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Ward Eatey; responsive reading! hII6,6(1111Capl"l. "

Una Garner and Gladys Johnston: song .....,. ... .. ...... .... 00.000eo MenT people do rot know;;ia.. aH.nk'.c.: pl uiMtorkedif.raNi.t t""; i -t rj'::;
."Hail, Blessed Babe" school; recitation. ....lu..c......... .. .......... .. Z2.6OO O 00 JI Iwa.aabank .,IIMle or po oapliit aod eat wlUVit large eapluj. .. \ ,",''f-. ".. .\t.
'. :, UDlUylde4 p.IU.. ...:. ..... ..... to.me A 8UK'8 CArTTAUAifD._ SOaFLDa ty" ., : '
Low Excursion Rates Edith Westcott recitation "Mer '. . ..... ... ....
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-- to Points South of Ohio and Potomac ; Cub"" Cheek. 74000 .
U the read that tke frota .
protect depoeltore ta. .
all(. .... ....... ....... .. .. "Ukreor.be fuser It Is Ike '1
Pa.ble
Christmas Kittle Marsh 00.00000 grater the .. .
recitation protection dapoaUon ha fhl.Oapital
,,. Hirers and East of the Mississippi. Tickets on sale December ry ; .... a. bas. a 1
December 21 "We Love to Think of Christmas Due otber--Bank.------------------------:' " 151.I H1CoU"eU.o ; .. 15. 16. 17, 22, 23. 24. 26 and 81 and January lit Rand----------------- ...rpl Inarnnd J.l:. . ...,, ; 11.60000 .; 'iLN210tM 'i- .
'y' Final limit to reach original starting'point midnight January.8: ," Winfleld,,Scott; song, "Brightestof r-10"- i.Ia I4..1M "11I.7 ".......'.'.'..-..'.','..''.'.'.'.'__.. '.ooa .... .--..... i.' #>

All is Christmas;" recitation"Hur. t OFFICIBM: tzt6.1116! II .A&IMaIOl.-( ...._...._... .Q05ml. jJr... oIo J,, ,
For l forma.to rates and //schedules sail on" rahfor.,. Okt I>oe.". Lavern Addis ; C. A C.UOIf..l Pre.kl.nlJomm. ._tlla&wt ....."-..1113,00ao0..,....00..i.pe.llom, .. ,
y any '
.. Lac.V........... east n.pro&eetIoa M tar 1'00. t t "
recitationMacKi.Elkiiia.j: recitation ..f'. ..y.t, 't'
' -.B. ' Cflaeo tMhitrPenooally
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Atlantic COBst'LllieITJcket'Aput' Opal Murray; duet, Whipple and RJBklerrecltation. STATE'BANK OF KISSIMMEE' : w .' '
:' before ...., I .. s '
appotrad a ITutar ,?w 9 5t .
.tr.'f' "I Wish Yet 'a Merry .t + ;. t' #
PaMlo N. a Canon Ca.tler wbo 1oe\DcII4ul\[ ,t' .o.-- Y
1//BEASLEY. write to> :, A < J Christmay. Willie" : Garner; exercisesbvtwelvegirls s,,_.".poaea .DCl1I71.UM .* .-..k niml Kat.- .IMMNVOAIY6.. { ; ....
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.MarT PIIbUe" r.I4..' .. .. ?
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BOROUGH new, a movement te( on foot to organize .N'Z = -:

FBfl: SALE CHEAP.FOR GASH 1 T a Fruit and Truck Growers"Association .
so that when our melons, of TAILORING S

it Lot 80xl42J ft.: right back of, 'school<<: l I Letter From Our Regular which there will be about WQ: acres, ,, PUBLIC ,NOTICE! 'l I. .,
'
other
IMMM. Interesting 'planted this month, and things .. -
containing one, cottage Irooms I Is s* art few acfeiev"tat.
and one cottage'ft rooms; also Correspondent. we raise, can be handled to advantageWe.51eanto , '
,
orange grove 197 old trees, IT acres' i it came; we" fChristmAa saw and ? show people that we are;' ANDERSON & BYMJM When'wishing to'buy your little'gifts why pot look. over '

'. \ under, fence, one mile from' city. conquerpd,"'"Advehtiet Sabbat Saturday notallXalk.XMAS a variel'stock of presents ranging from
------
Apply HARRY W., THURMAN, passed: off' quietly; but the fears, : , DARLINGTON' AVB. ,'. tOe to $16.60" '

... 'The Craystom Hotel, City. doubts arid, pleasure, of anticipation ', FESTIVITIES, Excel All Otters in Klsslnnniee '

.. .. shown so clearly on, the 'countenances ,-. MM do the BEST t"
ot the 'ablest at Tracy's Inn. The 1 SHOP" I Dc ;
GIFT
and
Bull
Pub
H. D. GEIGER Governor!'l was in the beat of spirits, Of. Creek Big Pine Cleaning, Dyeing, Repairing .J: I' Ye

; Attorne, -at-Law both political and otherwise.\ Double lie:-Schools.Editor j

t distilled raid, white and blue condemnedliquor.lea Valley Gazette : "' (Something Different) "
State, Baaik BUlg. a rognosticators was more I '. '
Dear Sir: We'don'.vWpnt you people
Kissimmee Florida abundant f than otherwise. Christmas In Oscebla count. '*'' big town to think Bargains Orange food Souvenirs, Carre Cocaaaul

."'p ., :=ru''f :--= Day found us with anearly! move on, (.that you had/ II thfe good that was J/cads and Tobacco Jars Palmetto Hood. Novelties,

,;- .tiueu; t,6ese.afaaih: .-.. : the right nank"strong, the center steady, allotted toXne. Kissimrnee Valley,.on i /& Scale .Voretliet.' rllltaalor&oo '
Tarpon "
anI! a red flag at double mast on,The Christmas for down in this section In all kinds of Real Estate. : : =
; ; Hooks, .l
.(i M. TILLER .. left; the forward'move was a decidedone. |there>was dcen's and carryin' ons that Fire and Life Insurance and .. and .
The bpirits of commanders at made the oHest-timer SIt up. and take Armour's Fertilizers. Renting . Cards, ",or:1lisl's: Materials, Vox faints
Real Estate Agency.NNNNNNNNNNN1. New Orleans, inspired to deeds of' 'dar once and Collecting Rents'Specialty. 'u Stationery, Hand Painl( l Ttctort In fact Novelties -

ing""and the tales told ot old-time&dveturee Big Pine school, under the management . .Taxes paid for p of everdescription. . .' .
when the birthday of Our Savior of Miss Rosa Rogero and Bull Non-residents. '
Realty bought and sold. was.celebrated with clang; of arjrfs was '
Creek school, which is presided over by
Houses rented. fr appalling! and brought to life the ghostsof Mr. Fred Varney, joined in the cele. R. Q. MEEK in Town
Best Selection of Mecha.nicaL Toys w
Taxes paid and' Titles ver- & I our ancient warriors wbojiad foughtthe bration of that occasion, and never before : .
I i]Ified for non-residents. ."' C, I r$ay jug an<.l 1 bottle wtw a vehemenceand 1n the memory of man has this 'Kss 'mme Fla. JJi
.." Fire, Life and InC '
Accdezt"" determination/which caused the section been treated to such a feast of .. I '
I surance.3 Bird Gets the Worm"
"The
jioted day long>to'be remembered afterit fun And frolic. Early
i 4 I Indemnity-Bonds.; I had passed The teachers of the two schools had ::

\ .......... ......"'11II" "' ''''"IIIf'' '''' ..,...,...\ The dinner at the Inn was in excess thoroughly drilled the children and the GUY. PLATT: JOHNSON .j

of anything that Rex had ever before performances they gave would have ftX I Mm lUi.:Lakllait, Fad ++ H- ++0,

s experienced. Mr. Tracy, with Mrs. been a credit to even your High school. - ,.
w I HAVE'FOR SALE Laura Blount and Hiss I vs. Johnson as There was not a jar, not a Word utteredto .'{,.

No. 1 Ocala Lime. assistants, prepared the dinner that mar the pleasure of) eitht r old|lorI ARCIIITtT ',I

a .. No.lKingWinserCementPiasterNo.1' could not have been excelled by tl.e I young and the day,,jyith all its pleas ,,1 3

moat experienced manager-venison, ures and blessings passed delightfullyaway Designs for All Classes ot Building ,1l
I Fire Brick pork, beef, turkey, squirrels, rabbits with every. one ateace! with the New Shoe Store ..
.i Carload Cypress Lath on the road and birds were placed 'Jipon the table in other. OIDEICE Bolt A STECUin

No. 1. Cement a condition that "wood have inspired In years to cfme when.the men and 1 .

For sal*'at reasonable prices the most experienced'epicurean.. The women now in charge of the affairs of CHILDREN'S Shoes ,j
LADIES' GENT'S and
desert consisted of gold silver, jelly "np.lI
,
business and our homes have passed .
Klsslmmee Granitoid Works and fruit cake huckleberry lemon and our over to-join in the throng that ring.out High Grade and Up-t -dftte.

B DSCBBBSOM. Ontr uxl Mgr orange pie with marmalade made in the The chimes to Him who first said, W. W. CARSON D. D..S.

Works on Broadway and good lady's best style the drinkableswere wine and "Peace on earth, good will to men" OKNTALPARLORSRIVERS SEE and You'1I Buy L L. M WHIDDEN & co !
tea, coffee chocolate when school children have ,
Midland Railroad. and these BUILDINQ
r .; . brandy toddy. It would, take too much taken their place in bearing the bur OVER OeOEOLA PHARMACYHOURS CAS 8ASIS. State Bank BnildiigB 1
apace to name all the guests, but the dens of life, Christmas Day of 1910 )
o-l 'it1-;' tables extended across the expansive will be looked upon'apd talked) of as O ..IO. I S TO 'IS* ',e.e IO

: I dining room and several times were the gladdest] and happiest day of all
I \enneth D Butler ] filled l before the banquet ended. their lives '
{ The honored editor of the Valley
We hope the festal .day brought as .
Gazette was chief toast, but Rex is I" ,
good cheer to you and yours as it did .. ,
such a poor hand at flattery that he to me and mine, and that the new year '
; BARBER SHOP will not attempt to tell the many good holds for "

things that was said about your success you many blessings.Corresponden For the next 30 days will sell :
we

.t ',;:, _Cold Drinks I Cigars .1 standard in building every up our taxpayer county to in its the present county There 'are The curious Fatted Goat.refinement of I. I'

should properly appreciate your services i
cookery among the AkJkuyu, an Bast t
Kissimmee., F4 and all present heartily respondedto .;.
African race of whom Mr. W. Scoresby I l'J'
that proposition. '
Routledge writes lii "With a Pre-
"":" 'I Our conservative gobbler< thinks himself -
>
hlstorlj People." It seems that the
a success since his,,,progeny has
f vortte animal l for slaughter a full
+' JENKINS& WOODIIAM not been called on to makeup a deficieny >/ FURNITURE at .
grbWB ram that has been kept In the '
which it is supposed might be found in .
_\ dark under his master's bed for three
t the cook's larder on account of his savage months.and fed on sweet potato top I .

brethren. having taken to the "He Is the only animal In the country .
Surveying and swamp. that ever gets really fat and his tall .
IS
The hunting fever has been extremely whereon his fat tends to accumulate.
Drafting severe during the past.week. John grows to the size and weight of one of
Malone being a leading' spirit among his hind legs. "*"
' - I j
., the sportsmen and his genial companionJ. 'Making, It My.Chlmmle .
\'. G. a great. aid to successful -I t Jd the boss I'd. quit
Ornoc IN FRATERNITY IIALL
operations. this elevator boy job unless he'made!'

.'. The Governor and Captain Blount it easier. Jlmmie What do you want S
.KIS IMMEE. FLA him to doT
have the Rifle and Shotgun Brigade in Chlmmle-Just put on an !

Y BJrjtle I trip brought, in five deer last arrangement" so that the elevator will .' ,'
still N.
stay and the floors will ran : '
up "
'\ flORID REAL [ESTATE FQRSALf week, turkeys and small. birds'are hot and, down to front of Ifc-PncsV S Y I\ _t' '
,. accounted for '. : :
I .Beautiful winter borne sites situated We extend our best wishes to each Bungalow for Sale.A " "REMEMBER' Nothing' Charged to' Anyone at Ethescj Prices ; :
S' ,, l c
"n the Lake Region ojFlorida.: reader of the Gazette and a happy New brand new four room 'bungalow, 4 .r. " ."." "" ""'";. (.'. -
Trucking and Farming Lands in large Year to one and alt deep well, splendid water, large lot ,,

_' .or,small tracts. Our.eonaervabve. gobler u justjjpread-. for sale; spot cash $800.
'Ing himself for Stockton. Rex. 40-tf C. A. CARSON,
PROPERTY: A
CITY. SPECIALTY: ... .
1
Y 'LUt your. property with me for quick .
r
S DAVENPORTItems I'R'osg'QRA VES.J
$ 'aa1eL:' !


'H." Mi.' .., :'Breaker & Co. of Interest-From That Thriv-J: A M, L. CHAUNCEY

Box:ti8r KISSiMMEE, FLA. log Little Town.A \ ,

,,, '' watch meeting was held at the CONTRACTOR, ; X11 S ;
hotel New Year' l
eve.
t.
W; 'Q i. BASS New Year' day was. celebrated InDavenport -AND-- &Q .

; ;'t ,Wholesale. and, Retail] the school house by ,a where large attendance.llgious serv. BUILDERPlj3
'
Dealer m:, tees and Sabbath school were held. J"1
r x1 conducted the > sag Estimates Fnrsilshed c<
lira. Nutting. preaching \
Fresh L fleer Pork r -' and service in ber usual able and pleasing Satisfaction Onaraateed, ;.: "

Y'vSp' -* Jrf T manner!. We are._allvery fond of our ./' I''
\\ pastor. Sheis an ideal woman an The .
Osceola Hardware
Mn'tton able (speaker and one.to"whom. one Company f
.
.. l' loves to listen; She will remain with
"f" ".
t PHONE. 44, us for sometime, and to this end the W. G.. HANKINS has in its employ a" first-class, up-. S !
people of Davenport are to give a dime ,
social!, in order that wo may get better to-date and '
.
Broker and Manufacturer'sAgent plumber .. are prepared ;
acquainted and also to make provisionfor .
t 1W: Griffin: a suitable salary for Mr*. Nutting. '".
: to furnish estimates on all kinds :
-_ < School opened. Tuesday with' an attendance Kissimmee- Florida. -- .
.yA' i of forty-five' pupils. There

,r ,KSGfoceriesANC F : will be'more, .In a, few d.y.,'. some of I Show Cases :.Fixtures: Safes, of PLUMBING, PIPE FITTING. ,

our people..,not, settledyet\ and'are/j Typewriters, .
.
'
S 5
not in a position'to get the little ones Computing' Scales and Office .5 S
'"""-"-- >--'" off ,to chool.And right here let us \ Filing Devices. HE1JSCI. : : 5 ;

t MEATSa gay a word for the benefit of the new / ,
FRESH ; .
: teachers, to whom we"are to send our smau AGENT Flalerli 1 .
L BATH ROOM AND
TOILETFIXTURES
.
and Of eourse ,... have an Co. ;
boy ?
girls' : .. Upetnrtl .
t::;:;, .J", ." .. ,.,....tJb'"rt" _,.-''''''''' minds '
I Irl made up our that we are goingto Wholesale Grocers Hay and Grain
,Dell Day at Any Hoar
Every
very
? like the new teachers but we must and' A SPECIALTY.

t ". ..;Patronaff* Solicited drill that idea into our boys and girls.Show ** /
., KIN6AM & CO., Packing Horn Products
like the
them teachers
'Norti, kiasimmee Phone No. I"sprigg that we Ter Stows ..IcHt411. All Fixtures
r,1eswbea..tka and Work 1
and they will\ do so,, too. If we cooperate Fully

\ WIth the teacher In all things .
and make them welcome in our homes, Guaranteed. ..:

Fleming they will 'take more interest in their

pupils' and our boy and girls will learn liif. L YOU DOZORter.

., CLEANING faster and become better men and .
.
PRESSING women. Let us all do this. ,' ,
Mr. and Mrs. Sanders our ere' e-
'
.
.
,, DYEING* teachers, come to us well recommended OSCEOLA HARDWARE CO.
'
? REPAIRING withfirst grade erUftcate. .
A$ l .. ,, <,'....., W.saw" Mr,+ Hitch: ock'with anew . Real Estate S. L LUPFER Manager
lot of lghW era. They arc, Mr.- ad j
\ Lt... word 'at toy house and c10aIMIwill '.
1] s e l bo ealVed lor and returned.Satisf Mrs. Breete, of West Chicago. They > "
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.. .' . When "Blacking Un"' ,
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science of Public Man\ :: \\I, the United States, Senate "pHfaHon performers of and burnt actors.cork'In by general minstrel la '
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Next Tuesday? that It Is rubbed on tbe face and'hands !
\ of the player from a cork whoso end ischarred SpecialTO "
Now that the campa n Is drawing to a close, It '
This
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I .. ,seems fitting' and proper t> have u-definite statement 'Impression Is, however, ucorreet. The r sa'
I. from the man himself "btfore we fully determine to '. Who, Is this, fellow Nat P. Bryan, burnt, cork used 'by minstrels and .xi

al A' give him so great a pout>n Bathe,representative! of who Is candidate' for the' nominationof others Is the product of tire theatrical

r ." the people in their high I laW-maklng body.; I United. States SenatorT j j i i"paint factories," just 'as Is any other .
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Hear Ji>bn Stockton, ho is a candidate for UM This is an important question. cosmetic; or pigment, employed by the

ted States Senator, exprei i\ his conception. of the peO- Iti, a question which should be asked prof8 lon. ,* '

ple's office to which hd asiThese.'are res. about the candidate for any important J 1 I lOne bouse makes It In the following t; Fr

r his own we da:: \ \ office, and, "e.eclally'aq\ office of: such manner: The corks are placed d In three "
,tin veK clll, resembling wash boilers,
importance thad! of United States "KJ
1'0 be a member of this historic
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and
with poles punched In their sides '- .
i. the of Senator. i iWe fA' -
body ich higher branch
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-- bottom) -Alcohol la sprinkled over tbe
(the hI est legislative body In the are glad to tell the people,who corks,And they thorare"fired." When 'Si

world; I to my mind,'al1' ambItion Nat Bryan,is-and because Nat Bryanis the /x>rks have been properly charred : ,j '

that ah uld touch evdry patriotic what ha I."il the reason we are supporting they are placed muslin sacks which r1 #

heart t.b t hoe an aripiration. I regard him, '' are,kneaded In barrels of watec. Thisisoperation ,

the United States Senatorshipas Philemon Bryan, the great grandfather force the powdered charcoal w

a poationoughly where a man thor- of Nat Bryan, was one of the through the sacks Into the ""water 10
;'i When all the charred corks have :
first white men who settled
i bued with the aplrit of the ever in
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been worked through tbe sacks Into K
Golden this Hamilton county. He came to this ''
Rule at time has an S
I opportunitjn the water In this_ way the water Is .
to work practically in avirgin County somewhere about the year 1820 -
'drained through a close can"ussck,
flep. when the county was -wilderness and and what remains In that sack' Id REDUCE STOCKu

I. That billy has been so long under inhabited by Indians. He brought with ready -for the performers. The' stun ,

the domination of special interest, w. him a little sea thirteen years of age la put up In cans, from which when ,
and all that that means that the by the name of William J.: Bryan. the minstrel Is ready to "black up'',he BEFORE REMOVING Tf-lE"OLD:

,., 1 e patriotism of Washington aid Jefferson has,departed This, boy is the grandfather of Nat tales a little of the black' paste In hi.bands HOUSE '
OPER rl'r
,' Bryan. and applies It to his face, neck /
J and selfinhness has taken UJB place. It has subetitut- ;
Land sometimes his blloda.-NeW' York ..
-1 ed the Idea of patriotism f \; above men up, married and a son was born to himin I bA
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1: '. A majority of those vho have constituted the this county whom he named John
A CURIOUS BIRD.
'1 membership of that body for the last forty years have! Milton Bryan. This John Milton: Bryan

become imbued with the I Ices that the people were {is Nat Bryan's father and nor. In his The Crested Hoaotzin When Hatched Furniture Bargains :

, .,. .. made for the government hstead of the government old age lives at Danle, in Dade county. Has Four,'l-egh. ,

:. for the people. They have, legislated for the enrich 'In 1857, William J.: Bryan, Nat Bry- The crested boactzln of British Oul- v '

ment of individual member* of the Senate and theirI an's grandfather:moved from here to (ana Is the only survivor of a certain: Can Be Mad o '

I moneyed friends on the outride, forgetting!; their oaths Orange county. John Milton Bryan race of birds most of which are now

,' of office to serve all the people alike. Nat Bryan's father did not go with 'known r only as fossils. Tbe hoa tzln "

t I I believe that a man entering: the' United States hi. father, William J. Bryan Orange ( Inhabits tbe most secluded forestsof- .. ,
Senate after taking iheoalhlof\ that great office\ should county, but stayed here and went to I, South America, and Its survival be- -

,1 i leave behind him all pnva business. If he haa unsettled work on the farm of his uncle, Henry : yond Its congeners Is doubtless owing
to Its retiring'habits and to the fact Land
t business when he takes that oath it should be M. Stephens, near where Jennings now I : : :
v j that It feeds on wild arum leaves. DON'T FAIL TO STOP
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1 left to an agent and he should not come in contact stands. 'I which give Its flesh a roost offensive.

I with a private business transaction so long as he holds. In course of time he married and flavor, rendering It unfit for food. ..

I a commission from the people. , settled where Mr. Np ton Fletcher j I The chief peculiarity of the hoactzln '

\ My ida further of a Senator JB that he should now lives on Rocky Creek. The!! Civil J consists In the fact that when It IsI "
'I look over the Stock before Buying
.. live within his salary and not feel that it is necessary Wac came on and John Milton Bryan I hatched It potweBses! four well developed :

I i to be a* rich man to hold that high, office. I believe went into the Confederate army as a I j 1: legs. The young birds leave tbe nest We will give you Bargains. Nice. things ,

/, the Senator who lives a modest ,life at Washington soldier from Hamilton county. Upon and climb about like monkeys over the for Xmas Presents. :: .
I and who is attentive to his-duties as Senator is the he close of the war he returned home,I j I adjoining limbs and look: more like tree
toads than birds,
, g 1 one that will have the influerce.I 8 moved to Orange county. There U:
I I The modification of the fore limbs
when the Senate i is not is session that a wasNborn to him in Orange! county. begin. nt once after hatching, when

a Senator should be going around the State, meeting the thirty-etght years ago, a son whom he i the claws of the digits fall off and the I

iI 4 people and encouraging them in their different efforts, named NtftKan P. Bryan. 1 whole cluwllke hand begins to Batten .

, .' t to and if there should be any internal troubles, that he This son I at. j and become wing shaped: Feathers W B. Makinson
"' ,:.' should be on the spot as a go-between, sincerely! work Our Nat. I soon appear, and before full growth Is Company: r +
ing to settle such troubles with: honor to both sides. The people's N I! reached not a vestige remains of tbeorlgrnl.l ,
, I believe it a United States Senator recognizedhis !
his duty to the people that whenever he heard:! of The Nat who i is orhtof Us. . / character. ,
' clash between labor.and The Nat who raised i to work- I The adult birds not only have no FLORIDA
a capital w.thin; the !borders was KISSiMMEI;.
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, of his State, he would be on the spot*in an endeavor and till' this day knows:jhow' to do it. / claws upon their wings but their x
to reconcile the difference that might exist, upon a thumbs even are so poorly developed
of i It.
, basis of absolute right. nor ashamed Aft that one would hardly suspect that In .
, believe if our United States Senators had in The Nat Bryan who, was reared on a'' the nestlings .we have the nearest approach 'J. "

mind the great: ideas of that old Democrat of ancient farm, and worked on a farm till he was I .to a Quadruped found among i

J I,... times, Pericles, !that conditions would have been different twenty years old. o' i existing birds,London Tlt-Bite. r ,
from what they are now in this country. I believe
.. that there would be more faith in the perpetuity Whose. father was born and reared .
7 of Democratic institutions. on a farm and remained on a farm all I Tung Po and Tcamaking. -4

, I believe that a United States Senator should have the days of his life and whose great There Is but. one way of making tea
the ideas of Pericles-that there should be NEW F'X
' nothing too grandfather did the same thing. CENTRAL. JOTELA.
good for thelle.\ and whenever a talented man in tohiUnless the water boiling be
When Nat Bryan was twenty years .
j any walk of life appears upon the scene the govern- To pour on water ipolli the tea. wrl
ment ought to have him to work for the whole people old -studied law. He graduated In heated HAMILTON :1"
, The teapot Itself should be O. Proprietor.
instead of fpr any pnvat-or special interest. the study of law at Washington-Lee

,. If a Senator should recognize his duty as : above University in Virginia and has successfully very hot before tbe tea Is placed la It -===5. :..e_ +n", "- "T \' -TKissimmee's -,,'- ..,- ;
1 and the boiling water. poured on. It .1'
'defined, then you would see a country brimful of 1t1'F :
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1 .. peace progress and prosperity, ,because their work practiced; law ever sipee. HOW.]i I should be scalding hot water or the s y, 'v .f!. f,, : "

I\ ," would.be from conscience, and ween work emanates ever, he! Is not a railroad .lawyer and j, leaves will float to, the top. , .. : Newest-and. }"
..,. 'i ', from conscience, all ara treated alike. i. this Is one reason why so many people|I No,less authority than Tung Po, the ,.'. ( :: \ :;; !
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, t ',, ""' :,., If all are treated alike, ynu.'would not hear of the*) . are going to vote for him.: Chinese poet. Is quoted for a'reclpe for "H' .t\',"., .' '"; " "o' iv IMJ'" ,. ,
, inequalities and iniquities of the tariff system; you' |j I "Whenever < : ; ;
would not hear of the hardships imposed by the present The masses of the people-those who I I teamaklng. He says Most, Up-To-Date Hotel' :; _
Is be Infused from
to take water a
financial with) their hands to make
7' system; you would not hear .of the 'inequalities labor ,a Jiving i iha '
7' i of rail road freight: rates; you would not e no use,for railroad lawyers torepresent : running stream and boll It over a lively r' '
hear .watered stocks in corporations. them in the United States, fire It Is an old custom to use run- Stric tly Modern and' Fireproof throughout., Located Hn'( ': .

, With this special interest'idea eliminated, you '| Ding water boiled over a lively flre. center of the City,and Adjolnn'a'Paeeencer} ;Depol', '
, i would have a country brimful of love of fellowmen. Senate That from springs In tbe hills Is said .c, .
t You would have country brimful of men pleading Nat Bryan is not a railroad lawyer. to be beet and river water the next -- .
3 I for the right, demanding the right, not from a selfish Not a word can be truthfully said while well water Is the worst. A ---7"- -? :

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" . nor his honesty and integrity. a m.n. fire) When m ldnJt.n Infusion do not American Plan $2 'Pet1] : .
, rt ; Let's. Put Stockton in this time. and, all his opponents can urge against boll the water too hastily. At first it ; y

.k Him is that "he lives in Jacksonville." (' begins to sparkle like crabs' eyes, then

,} The charge is well founded he does i somewhat like Ash' eyes, and lastlyIt -, ,'
lolls up like: pearls Innumerable 1
live there. But the are going I '
yoters springing and waving about This Is .. ..
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;i Kissimmce to move him from Jacksonville: to Washington the way to boll water." : -y'I" ** 4Q \

Electric Co. represent them, In-.the United, -\,'- .., .. ..* *
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4 States Senate.Hurrah I "Touch Nof the Queen." .*' j *j*

; for Cracker Nat J-Jasper Under this title a.Paris journal pro* :
ELECTRIC REDUCE YOUR LIGHT ;
;; BILL News fessea to give an account of the tragic i .
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: I' Wiring, Fixtures A METER and TUNGSTEN -- --- .-- - -- death of the queen Of Slam; who was f' r --';' /, .- "ha ; hl
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Blustering King. ,as greatly l IqT8I.L&lJl8I".; consort. ,__Some ... : j ; <$ ,
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t. Lamps Shades I LAMPS'WILL-DQirr King George IV. Thomas Cree- ,
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years ego her majesty wu boating : .
vey, who lived In the early part of ' A:.JT'T i '
Meters and give BETTER LIGHT besides with ladles of the court In a lake In the "'
; the nineteenth century, tells,this story: *
f of the at The : ;
-garjlens: palace Bangkok. .. : '
:'The'ldD had appointed the bishop - : V ?
I Batteries We SELL for LESS \ ;
because boat overturned, and-the queen" could "
of Winchester to administer to bite* Prize Offers from MaaufacturfBook
we can BUY for landing! ;
General Supplies LESS-try us not swim. She was surrounded by numerous v. >/
the sacrament of
on one the Sundays "_ _
;i C. C. WOLFE Nil 111suwl110. about Easter. The bishop was not personages who, ,could have "Hinta .Inventions needed "*
Repairs I "OlE 221 waved her life, but no one has. tbe right on patents. to Inventors. > / .. Io1U
''. ,> punctual to his time and when he arrived Why inventors fail. Send h sketch model '
; to extend tbe band upon"the queen. some } .' rou: ,or tot
having the been-king. In a,. reat passion at The king alone could have/held her up search of Patent Office''eail'ds.: .:";,Our Mr. CJrcdey was forme .
kept waiting, abused and
even swore.at. him la the most lode- I and prevented her from sinking, and Acting Commissioner,Patents./and"as such had full chareejof. ;. 0.: r

cent manner, on wblcb the blsbop very be was nowhere at hand.' :n.e pecttuJ.Iy ,the U. S. eatent Office. t' i 1: ,. !
The Surprise Dry Goods Store the court allowed the queen to t
coolly said be' most be permitted to drown.. I r v *
withdraw, as be perceived his majesty .,
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." was" not theo In a fit state of mind to GREEEY&McINTIRE. it
Chippendale' Own.'
Ladies' Furnishing a Specialty receive the sacrament and should be *Is It genuine Chippendale'" .. 00 : o .

Christmas Goods of all kinds.'Mrs. ready to attend:-jon_some_future day, "Absolutely, aIr xBut .' : w Oo
when be hoped to dud his majesty la a. t this looks HkTff a crack right \\SHINGTONf 1>., C;.;

E.. L. better state-of-preparation.--:- acro s"- -, - "I
Pierce Proprietor "Done himself air, la ' .'
The Seal's Sense of Smell. by Chippendale H : : _ 'x.-yjuio*;
The'sense of smell possessed by the a at of rage when! he heard the union rh.

.Seals is very strong and will Invariably bad called the men out,"-London ,y
"Beaman Block" Klssimmee
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wake them out of a sound sleep even Punch.

If you come upon them ever so quietlyto :
the windward, and you will alarm The Other Was Important.. GRIFFIN'S' QAR A G E

them In this way much more thorough "Two great desires of my life have

J. W. THOMPSON ly. tbougb you be,a' half mile distant. been gratified. One was to go up hi

S.il.filLLOCKREAL than If yon came up carelessly from an airship." J. J. GRIFFIN PROPRIETOR ''t--
'. the leeward,and even walked la among ""And The other".1'0 .
r, I '-" back to earth." Br- '
them, tbey/aeemlng to feel that yon get safely -

!{ ; I I. FUNERAL DIRECTOR' ESTATE are not different from one oL their own :change. 'Agency in KisaImmee for t- J

species until they smell'you. v. andLICENSED INSuRThcE''' attraction In these animals Is their A Real Pretty Cxouae.Bessie's' .
large, handsome eyes which Indicate: Mother-Bessie, did you let E M.. 'F.

EMBALMER great; Inte Uceoce.\ ,They -are"a, deep that Mr" Bnnrgle have a kiss 7 Beesle '

bluish, black with a',soft, glistening I l-Tea, mamma. Be said It would be a '
examination I of Titles al appearance and' the pupO.. lib, the -goodby kiss" and (;, was Just dead antes REPAIR WORK OF ',GARAOE' COMPLETE IN N'

Opposite Courthouse .' ears, is capable of great dUatic and to have him go.-Pock., ALL KINDS.

... ". Specialty.., I Contraction.! 4 l / MENT r.

jA1e1w.a FLOBIOA CorretDondence Solicited.' ( i'of,Old sal.. at! this office The judicious' 'i -der',' of judicious adrsfitlsement MILLER' BUILDING* ;BRCSADiAaY"' x '
at.20 c.ntgp.r,300. always' .. more thax\1( r

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a : Kisstoaee Valley{ Gazette, OsceoU County 1 Will Vote for Bryan GENEROUS, PRAISE Chautauqua house1.Appreciation Circle; can meet In the i, A STORY.'IN: THREE PARTS ... r

'., : Because he is the ablest man in tile ....0.-, cbapter ( THREE) js( ,
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'W. B. AItIUi! Editor sad race for the.position of United States t was expressed of Mr;
Prop'r. '
Awarded the Valley Gazette for: the G. W.Jianklns' action in leaving the.: '
!I.'... TRIPLETT, Associate Ellltor.r ; Senator. the Hon: Stretch .
local field the Bryan''on
to league as a magazine
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Became, ha is now, always has been Good Work It is Doing.: '
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAT.ia and always will be a friend of the:! com agency.
him ''The following letters are reproducedthat No doubt the league ca.aeswlll, grow Blb'unt] l ''
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""Offlcti Valley: Gazette, Building.PS811MBB. mon people,' for he Is one of them The Trouble ,With
elf. ,, our peoplb' may see how far-reach fast after they are housed and that the ,
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COUNTY.FLA.
- 1 Because his life has. been pure morally Ing is the good effect. of the County, little''chapter house' will become'to Kisj :. j -.- .

SUBSCRIPTION KATXSi; mentally and physically, and the Commissioners mailing out weekly eight|,j I I simmee what'it was designed to be-i Mr. Blount, in" his pamphlet, }lays; "I \nvlte a rigid investigation '
,O..eop/.on.: ,. hundred 'of the Gazette to' social and educational It will T
.Il OG copies Valley center
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0.._,...& montlu...j.,.....li'r"......"...."..,.... 6a taint of a' dishonorable ,act has never 1 i I be home-like of my legislative records by all there who fAre approached with the argument g
been charged to his account.. persons in the North and We.tt ;' a cosy attractive meeting : that I have been fa 'assodited with corporations that mymind '

All *ommnnlomtlotw.. .xlot.>t from ,aaioOcdaorrMpMidwita Because he\ is fearless and manly, j! Washington Pa., Dec. .20th, 1910. pjacexfor societies clubs classes and has sun into a corporation groove,'and that-I could not if elected Uni- ,
mint b IsntM b the .
writer
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Editor Gazette committees, always of at '
I KdBKted natter will not b* returned unUMallad and Cannot be turned from the path ofrigrlu Valley f' course, the tad States Senator, vote and w rk impartially between corporation wand
I< I Dear Sir-I have been reading your discretion oJNlie officers. of the league. '
and true Democracy by the lure the people .< '
r tod , ,, paPer for about two months Itit i a Any; !line, of study that league members'\ asked .
dollar reward
.t Ute PtIIae In "- Fla..M of pr the promise of The invitation Is-accepted an Blountis_ respectfully
eMoadlaM mail matter. and welcome"vlsitor'WTOy home. If your!| desire to pursue "may..be taken' up.
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"" .. Jan. ==r Because he was born and reared on '"'town and vicinity i iq as good as you j|Classes formed and work begun.atonce. Why He Put The: Joker Ifo The Jim.1J,
: 1r ., prfday.: 6, lUll '',, down there claim It. is, I have a great'rdeeire !'i Remembers J your sona and daugh -
the soil!) of old Osceola, and we would, i' "' .
w to see your city fn the pealbfuture -, ten may.loin these classes. '< -
be to Crow Law?
disloyal to our county disloyal; ; '
I will epeak'for' your special of The meeting at Mrs.. Pfann. nex t . ;t s
ourselves were we to Cast a vote l!
I Is Sent Complimentary. February22d. J have friends already Monday will be'at a quarter befog e Uri page 777 of the senate joirnaj of 1905 Will be found an amend 1
him. He grew with
against our
up ;' locating there. Enclose find money or- three so that the class in home econbm:; ment offered\ by Mr. Blount..WhiC1 amendment now constitutes\ section ''j
a-- Parties receiving! this paper boys,- rode the range on our"praxes! der for fifty cents, for six months' subjicription. ics may meet.after the business meeting x 7 of chapter 5320 acts of 1905-the act requiring the separation oft 1 I
and took' iq all our pleasures and "
+ who are not regular aubscrfbers part
All white and black on'stvet
members
I remain your, leffgue are urged passengers cars. 1
must hot think that It, is the in- shared In all our sorrows. i \ T. W. Elwood, be present On page 132 of voIume-50 Florida Supreme Court Report, will be 'i
,' i' .tentlon fit the publishers to later j He is one of us-our Nat. He has aright I I'I '984 Bruce,Street. found an opinion by Judge Tayloi concurred; 'in by all the other judg.s.declaril1d '. .

i .. demand of them the subscription to expert fell- 'our people'. to cast I'' ., Old Adam's roubles.If '- this law unconstitutional on the sole ground thai. Mr. Blount's*- "'
price as it Is mailed to them corrT- their votes for him. We are :his peo- {' ,"'
>* : .providence, R. 1., Dec. 23rd, 1910. amendment is clearly in violationof the XIV amendment to the Constitution '_
plimentary our Board of County I pie-his friends his associates, his any troubles Adam had; of the United States. , "
comrades. Kiasimmee! Valley Gazette. 1 The trouble was he had jio.dad '
Commissioners for the ; IIi "
purpose Gents-Enclosed please find check for 'i Mr. Blount has the reputatioi being great CONSTITUTIONAL :1
rte of .acquainting them with the Of course all our people are going: tp I He was the first man on the roll, '
.... many'advantages and vote for him. Whoever thought otherwise one dollar for a year's subscription to i i And never a boy, as I am told. lawyer '
opportunities your paper. I think it a wide-awake . A compliance with this actIOuld have been both inconvenient and'expensive :
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this town and offerthe
county !live-wire paper. It keeps me posted i And then, remember he had no ma to the street car companies ":<
l,' I homeseeker. The paper will The people of Florida, and especiallyof on what is actually doing at Kigsimmee. I To tell him when to mind his pa The Pensacola Electric- Conpany own ,the street car' system i ia ?

+. be mailed for a few weeks to any Osceola county will honor them One of the best ways to fwid out what !I To fix him up and send to school Pensacola. ';')

person whose name is given us, selves by placing Nathan P. Bryan in is really going on in a place, I think, is And not grow up to be a fool. Mr. Blount was the paid attorney of the Pensacola Electric Company )
and if they'should desire to receive the UnitedStates Senate for he Is a to read a live paper published at that when he wrote and introdutfd this amendment.

it regularly thereafter, we true son of this grand and glorious common i j I place; Real estate dealers and others With all the troubles in Adam's' life, Again Mr. Blouot is asked: "4' I
...; would be to them i
'. .glad list put on our wealth. He was born here bred I are apt sometimes, to overstate facts. | The trouble was he had no wife; Why He Put The Joker In The Jim Crow Law?
subscription at the ,
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regular here has achieved greatness here and 1 but the papers generally give them as He looked around, at any rate,
rates-$1' per year, 50 cents for by the hocus pocus he is going to remain '', they are.I I I And nary one could find to mate. "THE APPEARANCE' OF EVIL"Mr. !.
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six month. i here during all his time save whenhe wish a New Year .. .
you prosperous "' 1
Blount in a campaign circular entitled""The Corporation Cry.
.' I is attending the sessions of the and hope the same for vour town. I I Then all at once he fell asleep ;
; i ? And when he woke who did he meet admits that it would be wrong fir him to continue representing the L. .
United Stat e Senate in Washington, 'shall be glad when things com my way -
Senator Bryan! There's mighty lit- D. C. .so I can get to Kissimmee. I think But Eve, the joy of his sad lite. & N. railroad if he- is elected United States Senator, and with great "

tie poetry In these two words, but they =- I 1, your February 22d illustrated paper a Who soon became his darling wife. emphasiS promises.to resign his attorney ship. -, .tis
sound awful good to the ear of the When Nathan Bryan tikes his seat Mr. Blount further admits that he was the paid attorney bf the P. '
good thing and will be a good inveetf -
Florida cracker in the United State. Senate on March>, Now Adam had'an easy time- & A. railroad during service as a member of 4th, for of course the Governor will ap-j*|merit for all in the way of bringing settlers No work to do to earn a dime; vention and of the L. & N. railroad during his service as State Senator.Mr. .

It's plain Nat Bryan today, and it point the successful candidate to fill the ;1, to your city. All his food was at his door, Blount ia respectfully asked to explain as lie no doubt can and
Yours.etc.,
', will be plain Nat Bryan.every day for position until the legislature formally H. P. Porter. And he did want for nothing more. will, by what process of reasoning he has satisfied his inner consciousness -

'.,v-, remainder of his time although the elects him, it will be the second time ;i ----- Except some apples fine and fair. that it would be any greater wrong to serve the L. & N. railroadand

prefix "Senator" will be 'added to his in the history of this county that one WOMAN'S LEAGUE Forbidden fruit that were very rare; the people of Florida in the United States Senate at the same time,

name by; the people of Florida on next .of its native sons has achieved the Then Eve took some just for a treat than it was to serve the same railroad and thr same people in the State

k Tuesday. honor: of_being a member of the highest j! And gave to Adam and he did eat. Senate in 1905! ... \ '
law-making body In the world. j; Will Soon Begin Holding Meetings ItAILI: I
DID
MR BLOUNT FAVOR AN EFFECTIVE
There la no county In Florida so pros.perms Now when they had thus.transg-reseed. ,
'as ia Osceola; no city in the Business men should incorporate new, in the Chapter House. ., Unto the Lord they did confess; ROAD COMMISSION'?

South so enterprising as is Kissimmee. ideas into their business whenever possible i i The first after holidays meeting of ; The sentence was, by sweat of brow ->. d
-provided such ideas are good. I Mr.' Blount is asked voted House Joi -Resolution No. '
why ee against
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And the -
that the To their
e people say Valley. i the American Woman's Leage was held I I earn bread from then till now.
r Gazette I. entitled to the Get ideas up to the "Kissimmee 1912 93, the object of which\ was to enlarge the-powers of the railroad commission --
major portion Monday, January 2, at Mrs. Pfarm's. i -J. L. Day.
Standard" Put the old twisted as well as to make it constitutional body. His vote is recorded
sprung a
of the credit for these conditions Galion -
Ohio December
being The receipt of a bill of sale from the i 20th.
brought about. warped bent and wornout ideas Carne-Packt Sectional Furniture Com- - on page 1833, Senate Journal of 1905.
and methods on the scrap heap of tbe '' Mr. Blount is asked if he baa not more than once been connected
l 4 pany of Ann Arbor Mich., also a bill' Notice of Stockholders Meeting.
past with all the.other worthless junk with litigation seeking to enjoin the enforcement of the orders of the
Flower gardens are very pretty of !lading for the chapter house
( of 1910. Notice is hereby given .that the annu- railroad commission Notable in this connection, IS Mr. Blount's argu-
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things, always pleasing to the eye but ture was reported. The fumi'j '
stockholders of the ment before the Court the of
Supreme against reduction
"ii'' the vegetable gardens in and around A few years ago a 'local merchant in draperies was instructed to loo Lightsey-areone Oattle: Company will passenger
.11 Kissimmes... things\ of beauty the KUsimrnee. could reach all his possible materials for curtains.It i be held vrthe office of said Company in rates on the L. & N. railroad from FIV) CENTS per mile. See 24 Fla. .. -
A
like of which can not be surpassed on buyers with a few handbills and letter. ia thought that the furniture will Kiasimmee! City, Florida at the hourof 428 to 456. ,
4d 2 o'clock m. on Januaiy 10th, 1911.T. Does the 'L. & N. railroad want railroad commission? If it
p. a must
earth, to say nothing of the gold and Now this is impossible as his possible arrive within a couple of weeks and that L.
Wilson contend with does it want with to enforce its orders
one one ?
i silver eagles they will bring to our people buyers are numbered by the thousand. soon the regular league meetings, as l-2t Secretary. power '
from the markets of the snow- In our Special Edition he will And a well as the classes in drawing china v -- ----- Why eid Mr. Blount oppose the resolution?

bound and storm-swept North.- "thousand-power". advertising vehicle .painting.. home. economics' and the I Old newspapers for sale at this office "THE CORPORATION( cnThe \'." n

---- real issue involved iD this campaign can neither be clouded nor

argued away. It has been with us before it is with us now, and it

bids: fair' to remal with us in the future: It is not local to Florida but.

is.nation wide. A It iss he fight of ''the common people against organized ,.j '

and protected Wealth.\. '. :I;,"t>>,
NORTH SOUTH EAST. OR WEST t ,
Mr. Blount is now the ttorney for the L. & N. railroad Company : :7
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,the Pensacola Electric Company (one of ithe Stone & Webster companies ,, a i _'i

I ), the Pensacola Gas Company and the Western Union Telegraph

Company-all of which are public service corporations| doing business by
HUNTER LANDS ARE ALWAYS BEST virtue of franchises given gratis by the>j-ople.

Mr. Blount has had 26 years training n r the protection of corporate
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Interests, but sayi he is now ready to defend\ he rights of the people.
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Can Mr. Blount change in one day; the habiliKof mind and thought

a which have been 26 in the forming?
i years
s TO* S4LB. ON CHOP. OnloM Pay p..r 8800 as
v1 .. -r1'4YJI.NTPLA., .". toy - ,+ '. .. .. ,:, ; Acr.. Alfalfa Yl.14. Has not the protection of these clients for 26 yean so biased his .
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? ,. ".... J; B.or.o..I, mind in their favor as to render it
y .. f. ;,\, "::1Ii',{_.'. 'i'o"' ; psychol>gically impo able for Mr. -i/
Blount to turn suddenly and mentally proceed in the
illustration repre-' !. opposite 'redion?
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:'THE n\a I ;. Does his record furnish the answer? ...9
/oni of 7,300, +, ELEPHONE service '

;,Yr quite' imilar,. '20-acro: .. '' T and River teamboat A CONTRAST .

h farms',this company'' selling ' service now available BRYAN believes that the railroad commission and the inter-state "

-c of very-Easy.; JPa'ymeni' Planln Railway Is being rushed, commerce commission should be given the power to enforce their, orders

hSOgJ'HBRN"FLqRICA.; ", through. We have NO Poor BRYAN has had no corporate affiliations to prejudice his mind. .

Wouldn't yoga like to own this Land to sell. One of our 20..Sdent1e&t'.farm -- ;
4i7 !. Yoo BRYAN has had no more serious charge to meet than that he lives
can.Jf
means Independ- '
_acre farms in Jacksonville. j;
if you'are,the first t to apply.for. ence; 3 and '4 crops a Yea,: .
+, jt--biit Others BRYAN feels no humiliation or pain in mingling: with the
3.a the./: { a.relqul,, One of which usuallyj people a"
any )/
' and advocating the principles in which he believes.
; .a* good-ali 1; grand. level t pays for land. Only a few ,

i 4 ? ,1 lands, ,on which more,sorts,of short years and every acre of BRYAN has made no promise which he feels are impossible of ful-
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dl, ,''crcjr/) can' ,be .. raised,;at' less '. these most fertile lands wiU 'menfc ,

d I l expense,, ".and'greaterprofits''}, l' HUNTER LANDSCAPES--O.e. 41' omr Soatfcera FLORIDA; ,be beyond the reach of many BRYAN -has stooped to no artifice to catch vote.s. .

I, ...itbjin< Jn, .Any',other part of ao'Aey. P"'It.F tm -then i it will be LEASES, BRYAN. has not attempted to create sectional prejudice in order l l' c

'.America; < .Crape Fruit.Pineapples, Orangey! Pecan Nuts, Com arid they are not desirable, except from the landlord's standpoint that the real issue of this campaign might be forgotten. ;

c Eucalyptus and Camphor Trees in fact anythlng'you care to SALES. Farm.. I
: Taking the past twelve years, the DAILY
,' I .plan;' Failure,."are'unknown. !jn this beautiful and fertile ,sec- ing f Lands! made by this Company: exceed l.OOO 'acres per day- BRYAN ,is,big enough to represent all, sections Florida impartially: ,it.f: f;

.tionf: per .and the purchasers, were all well pleased'-not only that possess or resign .any "attorney- ; 1 ,
tEl pending the:completion of Railway ( under ships. t' '
our now construction happy and prosperous homes and are out'of the tenant class

:-:4r: ):we'pfferhem for a limited time at $20 and $25 per acre and only five buyers for a small acreage ever asked, for thereturn: BRYAN was born in Florida, reared in Florida lives in Florida, believer

,A ri ,,11.00; periacre, down:and $1.00 per acre per month. No taxes of their money out/of sales exceeding$ 3,000,000 acres. States in Senator1.Florida,' love. Florida and will serve Florida as hext United
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1 : or1, interest for two years. If improved, you can make from We have also lands in Alberta, Texas and Oregon for sale l '. '

gx' I $1,000.00 C;> to' $i5OOO.OO every year on any'one of these farms- on Crop Payment Plan. Choice selected lands, no stones, no N..B,--These charges were published last Sunday; in am- :

r, ',Grand, :Fishing and Hunting. Good Water. Lumber at stumps almost ready tor the plow-no crops no pay-that practically.insures ple time for Mr; Blount to answer. :.

i v Wholesale Prices. Send in your application to us and .we will the crops, d esn'ti'select it ? -

'' for you, what, in our opinion is the best unsold Farm and The operations of this Company will be chiefly directed to'whiletheyaast ,

', ; ; we,will Mail you a Photo of the very Farm ire Southern Florida dlndTexes.:: during the ensuing winter season. Will You Let '20 Cents a Day Stand, r

y select. If you don't care for our selection Cneap Landseekers' Excursions will be run .as usual twice a Between You and a Home?

, you may exchange it for any other unsold month .

''t' farm of equal area for sale by this company. DELIGHTFUL .-rt .' 'YOU CAN BUY ,

In Florida. Perfest Titles. CLIMATE *flilnil ,t t 1o :1..000: "J'O' a.ooo :iio.:: ::E: .''

Oily 5 Per 'Oeaat Simple Interest ,

OREGON - ---- ---
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; HUNTER, : LAND' CO.mmmmmmmmmimmmmmm Return tbej princidal at the rate of 7.60 per,month on the Sl.OOO .
1 giving you TEN AND A HALF-YEARS to pay back the loan. Can
kISSME' pay off the )Joan as soon as you like Stopping Further Interest.
FLORIDA. '"V Uuw ,n Our plan will help you to pay; off that Mortgage or Buy or Build ,
/*".. ., - : a Home Why Pay Rent! Write us for literature 'explaining
Ylf" tart Iff.--., (arssr MCi''M; 1aY Wtb >'ff TsMMlUf-'. ..... '...lIfI. proposition In detail. our

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Klss1 nine Valleu Gazette Kissimmee ia now. flashing In the firmament Mr: W. A. McCool and family arrived Mr. J.> R. Woodham, who came. to ,.
The of fame, .with the stars of the :yesterday afternoon from Beaver Kisaimmee. about two months ago .

.I"'t" "TaI;EPNONQ NO.,u. first magnitude, like a comet Mgh" in Falls, Pa., and will; as usual, spend I from Hampshire. England on. a .i.lt. School Auditorium
I ..' . .' . the glorious empyrean of night the winter in Kissimmee, and at Mr.McCool's la so well pleased with our city that he High :
splendid grove' across the has decided to remain here permanently
:f:.. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY Mrs. G. E. Tarbox: accompanied by lake. They have again rented Marshal and has entered into copartnershipwith ..
l ;" --BY-- Mr.. and Mrs. V. J. Lasher of Johns-t 'McPhattcr s residence for the, season Mr. F. 41. Jenkins In the survey Monday Eyg., Jan. ?th.
W. E|. HA..e.11Ij" N. Y. are visiting with triendsat '\- ing business. Mr.., Woodham-ia an experienced ,
\1' : Zepherhilis, and Dade City V: Messrs. B. O. and o. M>: Bryan who,I surveyor, and Is a brother of '

; with their families, have been visiting Mr.Fred L..Woodham, the well known SNAP SHOT.S"
'rl' The David D. Kldd will hold
Rev.
11 their brothers, Messrs. J. H. and and ,successful fruit grower of Nan '

: Weather' Report l lI services in the Episcopal church on- Bryan, returned to their cooesee. a \. s
t' Sunday next. Morning prayer sermon Franlr'l I" .
Georgetown, S, Cfi:, last week. .
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and Holy Communion.at 11 o clock. Lila Bryan accompanied them Don't sail to 'attend the entertainment Given under the auspices of jtnd- .

al some time. at the Auditorium next Monday \ for the'benefit of the '
remain ._ -
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County Judg G. issued
Parker ,
' rte Following are the daily'.temperatures I evening under the auspices of the V,
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" and precipitation aa marriage license:s last :week toJosephl I I There was an alarm of'fire' :about 8 L S. Library Association. Mrs. Fond. "

by the;Government" H. Peoples married and at Miss Sweet Hogan last Satan, who'',o'clockyesterday morning when the ma and baby will be there;', the newlyweds . Village: Improvement Society.;
.reported Basinger
were "
roof of Mrs. M.. F. _Sears residence will.have their'"pictures taken, +, i
_. ,Utlon at Kissimmee. for the day. .,.' .. caught from a spark from the chimney and Mr. Deaf man. with his many -b. ..... ''f, ..; .. '
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week ending Jan. 5, 1911. M{"r, R. C. Smith of-Nash lie. Mich,. 'Mr. Perry who has rooms with Mrs. blunders will be in evidence. A party; .I" ,. .
, who) recently arrived In this city, haa Sears discovered the fire, and succeeded of Irish ladies will :visit, the photo ' LOCAL TALENT ; .
,. lIAS Mill: Uhf purchased u- lot near the courthouse, in extinguishing it before. much rapher; the Dutch lady will come with : : ?

: .. which he expects to build a resi- 'damage. was done th. whole family{ the society lady and '" '
Friday . . . 80 62 on the 'old maid' will be there the col- -Directed: : byr-: '' ': r..

Saturday. . ?. jO! 87 .. dance. I' Mr.. WT1 M. Lewis has resigned his ored couple will want some sale pic- .' tPLIA. '' +. .
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I .)&. Sunday.. . . 79 69 Mr F.. G. Hunt who spent last win- position as manager of the furniture tures; a group of college\ .girls; and the -, IVASON DE WA'i''i'.. ... ..... .
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Monday . . . 79 64 . e ter here in the contracting/" business, department of theW. B.Makln801Co.., Gypsy from the circus will make things. . Professional Entertainer !," ,
. has returned from Philadelphia and went on the road January 1st selling interesting, r .
65 :
Tuesday . . 78 will be In the same business again this art calendars for the Fredericson ... --: .. ..
.Wednesday74' 45 .22 winter. Company, of Chicago. Mr. Lewis is This Is the way a Boston man on our .

Thursday . . 57. 81 .. spending this week in Tampa. staff gets It out of ibis system: "As "I Can't Do That Sum,". . . By'Thiftty-five,lJttle Girls ..'
The regular monthly Talent( Tea of we han not hitherto made applicationof a .... Miss Helen Bass Soloist; .
the Home society of the Mr.: and Mrs. J. K. Sinc ltalT, ofBradentown. the extreme epithet and not desiring -
.. .. ... Miesionary Song and Drill . . . . . i
-- --.- -- -- - --. Methodist church will be held at the ,- visited relatives in this to disturb the calm status quo of Japanese- . ...,;j..jv..

... yeti' : home of Mrs. J. L. Overetreet. this city the past week. Mr. Singeltary returned our reader's minds by our too Inc itatlve Misses Margie Belle Bearden. Eva Woodall' Ruth .: +'
afternoon.. to Bradentown. where he is engaged utterance of Unheralded prognostication Thomas, Bessie Whidden, Elon Gulce, Angle Makln-;
in the mercantile business, Tuesday we desire to intimate at this psy-
eon '
Maud
Luclle
: LOCAL HELD. i Don't allow Kissimmee to grow away but Mrs. Singeltary will remain chological moment that, notwithstanding Thompson Hamilton,Mrs.* Walter'.
l'm! from This means "h.it" a the obvious existence of multifarious Nelson. i
iJ you. up some time with her mother, Mrs.. J. W. ,.'
quicker pace. Enlarge your ideas, Miller.. \' obstacles to be surmounted and the Mrs.. Dolph Barb, Soloist: ,. -
broaden your views; be liberal ia praise oppressive Irksomness contingent our I ,
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tor your city. TIle od) reliable City Bakery under progress. by reason of divers impediments 'j .,
the management of Sanord&Cbildress. we are determined (pardon the :. ,
Don't forget-10,000 .In 1912. One of prospective advertisers in is now turning: out bread, cakes pies, current nomenclature of the proletariat) SNAP SHOTS
the Special Edition asked ua; "WhatIs cream puffs, little daint lady to make the Special' Edition a "hum- ,
Some of the 10,000 are now enroute. it to cost the advertiser It -
going fingers, to those made by the best mer.
is to "cost" It is goingto equal ___ CAST OF CHARACTERS:
not going you; Our '
M The Special Edition will show them "PAY" you. bakeries In the larger-cities. Mr. Mason, photographer. . . . . . . .Dr. W. W. Carson. '
ia out from 1 to 6 R.
p.m. Death of "Dock" Finer.
the .way. Miss Kathleen Peacock has retuaned wagon Safford and O. A. Childress. 61-tf Miss Brown, retoucher : . . . . . . . . .. : Miss Plummer'Bob

Marion Tiner knownto office . . . . . . . . .
Wanted-to rent piano by the month. to her home in Lake City after an extended Henry familiarly boy- ... . .Mr. Guy GardnerMrs. ,
Address, Box 158.City. 2-It visit to the family of her uncle, Those who have consented, to take his.friends as "Dock" Tiner, died at Fondma and1 Child, Miss May Graves and Little Jeanette k i

The Board of Trade will meet in regu- Mr. J. F. O'Beiry. part under i in the'the auspices entertainment of the Ladies to be given Aid the home of Mrs. G. H. Ivey at Shingle Two'Street Waifs . . . . . Lucy Pierce and Ray Marsh 1

lar cession Monday night. Mr. J. E. Mattocks, of the Society of. the Christian church will Creek on Saturday, January 31st, aftera Miss Lookold; spinster .. . .... .-. . . . . '.: '" Miss Wilder .

Kissimmee Valley Land manager Co. returnedto meet at the residence of Mrs S. B. brief illness with pneumonia. Mr. Deafman. . . . . . . . . ,Mr. Hardie Geiger '
Mr. Hiram Moody, of Riverview, was ,
in the city again this week. the city on Tuesday from Lenoir; N. Aultman, on Friday evening. January Mr. Tiner was reared inv this county Carrie, his daughter-in-law, . . . . Miss Marie Huddleston, ,
C. where he spent theholidays with 18th, at 7 o'clock. and worked at the carpenter'a trade in Bridal Party-Young Groom, Mr. .Gus. Smith ; Jennie, his '

Mr.the,J.Bryan F. O'Berry place this moved week.hit familyto relatives{ and friends. Mrs. E. D. Plummer who resides on Kissimmee for a number of yearn but bride, Miss Eloise Moon; Mr. Jones Barker, Jennie's*

Mrs. A. A. Simpson and daughter Main street had the misfortume to fall at the time of his death was fOl'8manat father, Mr. Earl Lupfer; Alvira, Mr. Barker's new wife,

Born, to. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Dibble, I Ada Louise, have returned home from down the stairs at her home on Tues- Newman's sawmill at Shingle Creek. Miss iTtrdy. ,. .
on Sunday Jan. 1st, a son. they spent the holidays day night, injuring herself to such an
Daniai'twhere He was kind hearted and generous, and College Glr1 -MIBBe. Inez Carson Elma Smith, Helen Jones,
Mrs. J. M. Bryan, Mrs. extent that she is confined to her bed,
Call all ye weary ones and exchange Simpson's parents but it Is not thought that any serious hill amiable disposition drew to him a Phyllis Jarrell, Mildred Lee, Alma Griffln/Kate. O'Berry'
your wanderlust for KiBsimmeelust.Capt. results will follow. larore circle of friends.. and Corine Gilbert. '

Walter Mobley, of Bartow, has Mrs. Farmer and Mrs. Byxie, of Vin- Deceased was unmarried and was Fortune Teller . . . . . . . . . . Miss Glenn
ton, Iowa were among those who took of the
been spending the week in this city. advantage of the beautiful weather i: The question to so amend petitioning the city charter legislature as- twenty-nine years of age. He leaves Mrs. Swan Savanson, Dutch, . . . . . . . . Mrs.. Katz

I .Mrs. G. G. Steffee and baby are visiting on New Year's Day and went'calling: to create a board of public works will two sisters and two brothers, the Utter Her Children-Lois Johnson, Lon Dann, Jeannette Gordon

her' parents, Capt. and Mrs. Clay on their lady friends. come up for. final disposition at the being R. G. and Len Tiner of this Bullock, Nina Bratton, Nat Carson. Nathan Bryan,

Johnson. Resolve to urge your merchant to do Board of Trade meeting Monday night, City. Interment was held at Shingle LeRoy Lesley, Leon Bass and Harry Williams '
citizens the
and it is urged our
upon
Regular meeting of the V. I. S. next his part, and if you can't buy it in necessity of being present and thor- Creek cemetery on Sunday afternoon .: Alderman and Mr..Kulf ;

Tuesday afternoon. All members are KI..lmmee-tryl'to do without it. There oughly( discussing tne proposition.Mr. Rev. W. H. Funk, officiating. Mrs. Asterbuilt society lady/\ . . . . Mrs. Edgar Oliver !a

Urged to be present. are no such places on the map as Jacksonville Mrs. Flanagan . . . . . . . TV. .. . . . .Mrs. Stanford,. '
and Tampa believe us. and Mr. George Mawson, of Net Yet Ripe.The Mrs. O'Brien . . . . . .>.-.Mrs. Bullock 'r
Mr. and Mrs. C. Buckler and little York ton, Saskatchewan, Canada, who Fair Purchaser Tour eggs are 1
son have returned home from a visit to Free demonstration in Mexican cutwork arrived in this city about 'three weeks all very small today, Mr. Jones.. Pat O'Brien ' . . . . . . >x. . Ira Best \
relatives at Jasper, Fla. and stenciling at H. C. StanfordCompany's a prospecting tour, are so well Mr. Jones-Yes'm, they are. But I'm Negro Cripples Mr.: Lee Me Lain and Mr. Stanley i Bullock
store, beginning Monday at pleased .
with climate and other

Mr. C. P. Rivers of Hampton, S. C._, 1 p. m. Don't miss seeing this beautiful . that they our have decided to locate conditions ,sore I don't know the reason._ Music by Brown Orchestra. 1.
the with his window Satur- The Fair Purchaser-Oh, I expect you ,.
the
spent Tuesday in city work. Watch
here permanently, and have purchasedseven Admission, 16c'; 35c and We.Clippings .
cousin, Dr. T. A. Rivers. day. 2-2t acres in Lily's addition, where took them. out of the nests too soon- 1

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,. Miss Marion Sargent stenographer Mr. E. C. Wescott who recently returned they will .build a home. Sketch.

T for the Nelson Realty Co., is visiting to St. Cloud from Atlantic City 1
Avon Park. N. J. where he the andfall Mr. Wm. Rideout, of New Brunswick -
her parents,at spent summer .
__ Canada arrivedin '
was in the city last Friday andmade Victoria county, '
Mr. H. W. Hottelgel"arrived in the the Gazette office an appreciatedcall. the city on Monday having been induced .y> i

city Monday from DiUsboro, 'Ind., and to come to Kissimmee through
will spend the winter here. reading the Valley. Gazette sent him

'. Z. B. Stilwell and Joliin H. De Graw, by courtesy of Our county commission
Mr. John J. Johnston ia preparing to of St; Cloud spent yesterday transact ers. Mr. Rideout will 'more than probably
erect a concrete/dwelling on hisIot'near make his permanent home amongus
ing business in Kissimmee. They report :
the railroad jn North Kissimmee. the new colony city full of visitors as he is highly pleased with this .

. Farnsworth has returned and new buildings going up by the bun- section. .... -
.Miss Lillie '
fir r 'to Sanford to. resume her duties as a dred., 0.. That most admirably conducted hostelry w l

air: ,,1:{',I, ; teacher in the Sanford high school. Mr. R. H. 'Alderman, of Baasinger the Park Hotel, of. which Mr. A.
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a of Oaceola's moat and Rose Is proprietor, never seems to tire
''&vii'' ''We regret to learn. that Mr. Geo. T. one progressive in providing amusements and entertainments -
.{ ,' extensive stock raisers came up by Frtl.ttI,0.
+, Singeltary has beeM confined to his auto yesterday and will spend next for its guests, its latest act
I home again by illness the past week. week in...the city serving as a juror in being the decoration of the dining room
in honor of the new year. It has been
There will be a meeting of the W. the county court. our pleasure to view many decorated'

C. T. U. at the home of Mrs. Pfann on Judge G. F. Parker received-a tele banquet halls, but none surpassed that
next Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock. of the Park Hotel.
..... gram last Saturday announcing the
Mrs. T. F. Callaway and death of his brother-in-law, L. G. Jen- -
Rev. Sand
children, of Orlando were guests of kins, at Waycross, Ga. Mr. Jenkins The ladies of Kissimmee who are eligible !!- ; .:-

Dr. and Mrs. M. J. Hicks last Tuesday.The . had recently undergone surgical oper- ate requested to meet at the parlors
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ation, which resulted in his death. of the Graystoi.e next Wednesday
League solicits new and renewal afternoon at 2 o'clock, for the purpose \ .
subscriptions to magazines. The profit Mr. J. O. McNew deputy registration of organizing a Woman's Relief Corps. J
I into the current expense Lund It officer fo> St. Cloud precinct was Tne state president will be present to '
..". goes in the.city last Saturday to return his perfect the organization, and it Is hoped 1.1'.
, 'We are pleased to note that Capt. book to Supervisor Griffin. He reportsa that all ladies in the city who are qualified ...,... ,,
Clay Johnson, Jr., is able to be out very gratifying increase in the num- to become members will be on handat
again after a brief, but severe illness. bet, of registered! voters in. his precinct that hour.

4drs. F. C: Bryan was called to Mar- Dr. A. K. Meigs( arrived from Philadelphia Messrs. J. O. McNew, J. F. Farris
' shalville, Ga., last week to attend the this week.and; went down the and E. G. Pierce, who were appointedat
bedside of her mother, who is dangerously river on his houseboat for hisannual a mass meeting of citizens recently ?p 411h. h i*',p'a+a! Sl.lyw.
;; 111: three months cruise. The. houseboat held in St. Cloud to look after the mat-
. was towed down by the steamer Lillie ter of having that place Incorporated,
Mr. A. F. Bell, formerly of this city, to Alligator Bluff. spent yesterday in this city boxing attar -
j.' but nOw living at Ocoee. was greeting the necessary arrangements per-
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---0- many old friends in Kissimmee: last. Mrs. F. W. Hill and son Victor, of taming_to that end. jCol, J, 1+ Moon
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,.-. Monday. Narcoossee, spent:Monday night in the has. been employed to prepare \ th.necessary .
city, the latter being on his way to and look after legal
Miss Essie'Winn hat returned to the Charleston, S. C., to resume his studiesat matters connected papers with the incorporation 'i,.
', State College.at Tallahassee Porter's Military Academy, his : .
after spend the holidays with her mother accompanying this far. c
parents X. Dr. Breaker who for
many
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Griffin, of Indianapolis has given the practice of medicine years .
, Remember that Kissimmee is no lon- Ind., and Miss Katharine in which profession up he was very successful f

ger a village.! Therefore, metaphorically Derbyshire, of Connorsville; Ind., ar- being at onetime a professor .
, speaking, you should don your nved in the city Tuesday to spend some in a medical J college, has lately beenobliged -;
, habiliments. weeks, and have taken rooms with Mrs. ; to resume his pill bags in answer
'! O.-Cr McLean on upper Main street to a number of calls for his services. -
Mr. S. C. Oliver, of Dadeville>Ala..
;e' J. arrived in the city Monday aftern to Mr. Walter Lorenz has been employed The results prove that the doc-
\ spend the winter with his son, CoL by the Hunter Land Company tor; although quite feeble and sufferingwith
has lost of his
W. Oliver lookaftertheir hotel near Bassinei failing sight, none
.' old-time .kJlI,.hl. patients are all doing
I' and left Vith- his family on the
U. D. C will meet at Mr*. C. A. stoahier. this week for that place. well. 2-lt .
Carson's residence on Wednesday, the Mr. Lorenz has leased, his 'restaurantat .
Mayor and Mrs, D. J. Bell and
llth inst. All members are urged to St. Ctoud. .
be grand-children of New Smyrna, returned -
present.Mrs. Mr. M. G. Waring. and Mr. borne thi. week after a visit of
M. G. Wanner returned to her ard fro Lakeland Blancb-I I several days to their nephews, the Park '
carne up spent
.. home in Lakeland, after spending the yesterday in the City. These gentlemen I'Messrs. Charley: Joe and Jim Griffin. \' Kissimmee :--
, holidays with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. were looking over a'tract of landin I Mr. Bell was formerly an engineer on "
John M. Lee. Kisaimmee with a view to openingup i i the A. C. 1., and ran the first passenger .> ,
train which came to Kisaimmee after T f
addition '
I a new and putting on a
Mr. Edgar Oliver returned to his the road was built. He is now one
sale of X
home in Savannah, Ga., last week special lots. -. I t
y' of the leading citizen. of New Smvrna,
It after spending a -few days with" rela-I Mr. C. A. Baker, of Madfeo' t' Fla., I I and was elected mayor of that place at FIVE ACRE AND LARGER TRACTS;
tives in Kissimmee. spent the holidays with the family of the last municipal election.Mr. ,
Mrs. Helen Perdew, returning to his I I
4 "Every man in Kissimmee who has W. S. Lowry an aged gentle- '.
,
home on Thursday of last week. Miv- of his town at heart shouldattend
welfare .I'
.the Baker was more than delighted with Xan: from Missouri who with his wife
theV meeting of the Board of I the winter in Kissimmee
spending ,
our town; In fact to such an'e;tentith I.was '
Trade Monday night. t. he..will: ) be 'numbered among our having. rooms at the residence of Dr. '--t t ." .
I I M. J. HJcks, died last week at BrooksvilleVwharehejand -
l lNfore-the birds
to the permanent );
: Hitch your advertising Wagon residents
, I f his wife bad
and take' ride, down | begin. tonest.Proprietor; goneto
Special Edition ,,
Prosperity Avenue to the corner "of.I Thurman and Manager I The spend wldowf't tfie.' holidays companied with by relatives.the''re-; Kissimmee Valley Land Company(j l

Kash and Kollateral streets. 'i Porter, of theVGraystone.: : entertainedthe mains, returnedXto Kissimmee on the : v ',

Misses Virginia Berta Bryan grid mayor and city,council at supper 1, midnight train Saturday and stoppedover ...-... .
last Friday1 evening. Councilman. M. till Sunday morning, leaving on
Winn returned to Tallahassee to '
Essie their studies at the State. Fe- Hanseil and W: J. Sears were unableto the 10 a m. train for Bowling Green. _' J. E. ,MATTOCKS,. Manager H. a; j
resume :
last Monday. attend; but Mayor Murphy and 'The deceased was a Mason-and a mem-
male College Councilmen T, M. Rivers, W. B. Mak- ber of the Presbyterian church; A delegation ,

The Epworth League social, which Inson and J. C. Moore responded and -. from Orange Blossom Lodge ) K rs S" I ; M..4E< 'E:. Ft.:.o R'I-'D4' ;:A:;ww.ry. i 'a i r!
was to have been given today at; the did full justice j to-the splendid repast 'FT & A. M., met at the manse, where r:; !
residence of Mrs. J. f.-Moon, haa been which had beenspecially prepared for. the body lay. over night-and escorted. ---" .....-( ,

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I WHEN BUILDINGA ExpeHvieo WILLIAM AI BLOUHT S':
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9 "Jasper, said Mrs,, Origson, who ,
Theif Value' 'In Making .
Hfefcwsy' was looking over the son-King I paper. OP PBHSACOLA k
( 'Ourabl.. "here's -i story of a'' woman who was CANDIDATE' POOR
GRAVEL ROAD I .The value of shade trees In pteservtog robbed on a street car' to broad, >day ..

r :City Properly and Farm roads is; pointed out by'an ,.CBttmaiastlln Ugti ; i
*v a, letter recently: -printed La'. supected." I ..ar1
.the Manchester (N. {I.I' '-IlIlo l.. Tbe.< 'I' Mr. Origson said that be- bad seen r BIK:
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; ': Use I- 'W11terdeprecate8; the' misdirected-: the item but that It was- either typographical !
Combined. ie No Stone That I Is Larger r tivity of tbe average selectman' apd error or else ttte/" story a! was Tlf I ',.,M i) ,

"' advocates tbe planting .of shade trees .4 J'
I j. r .pure iqventlon., I
I Than a Walnut rather than their removal, asnertlng "Why ,,0. you say that?"" asked Ma :; 1. t .i '
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We have About 17| acre* land inside city Iimite-ftn1!-'*-, V that' they: are a help Jo the roads. wits. :, ,j r ,
'cation for home "Perhaps uo other agency'he says "LooI; at the Item again. It says her '
balance
land for
; some high orange grove, has contributed J ':
ao ranch: tif. IbdTdesojlatloo
?' J., ,excellent muck land very rich and) productive. This must ALWAYS HEEDS ATTENTION. of naturally beautiful districts. pursecontained notr! "$100 In currency. doestt ; ",:

be seen to' be will valuable .., ,, .
fully apnreclatedj; grow more a In New England' as what la In' upcountry > Yes," ;: T
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... '( town Improves and la fine fop-Y-aising -celery and- trucking. 'parlance' called' the ..eeleel'mao. "It say there was also a recefpted- ..

.:y, This location gives fine school)and church prlviljges; convenient From time Very Instant of Completion Ua III.'" big man In his town' ,..n for five dollar bate does U mot?"-. : I

", shipping facilities, good marketseCc7 This is also Either Gravel or.Stone Road Begins and with his brothers on the board.. "Yes," -I

an excellent location for a chicken ranih. Come, let""ui to Deteriorate, and' the Long.r It to controls the finances schools, roads '"Well .m> woman wfth $1OO la cash
show and all mntters of town governmentand hi her .. .., ,
'you. Nesleoted the More' It Will Cost toRop.lr. Improvement pONSpfmlnn would buy a> five Aol- i j
tar b.t-l-outh'! Companion
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v "Hls ODe grant achievement wblld In v A.-
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.. \ .: office IB i fu-cut down all the shade; ,:
f Following: Is an eztfact from '"Tlie trees Dr whatever might grow to b"' /-. His CrUlo. ,
Maintenance of Gravel and Broken' shade trees the ''Tha greatest compliment that 1 ever

,r SPLENDID LfTTLE' FflRA/* Stone Road." written by Daniel N rule, knows uloug nothing of roads'road building He as a received;" says Ople Read "was a criticism. rFI

{ Lutten, Perdue university. afayetto. and, believing that the duly) way to .Several years ago, I went to i
Ind.. in SltLle's Duty: Arkansas. 1&nd'Isltf'd tbe scenewbere I Ioo..t I
get rid of water In to dry It Instead'
42 'two miles from of all fended up
acres, center town; most "Tlio
gravel used Is
should contain no of bin my stories laid The landlord j ,
; ; about 15 acres in fine condition',for farming or planting stone larger than a walnut and constructing road of material' of the.little hotel said to me: I I

t. to citrus fruits. Three orange'trees well loaded one Jap- sbould con thin not more than 40 percent '.'ITcrecemoii a little old feUtrw to ... .

anese persimmon tree fihe shade in front yard Four-room of"fine material which may con whom I loaned a copy of your book. I

'I "house, good well of water,'lltables and the foundation Cor a slat of sand and clay In ,about equql,. He can't rend, but hi a wife reads to I The man who, iainaing-on his own merits
; valuable little farm. of I nlmi. Tjef see what he says about the I I I
4 favorable
Cheap( and terms
on .
., book.: .Ibo" and against Ring ald Factiona ;Politics. .
payment.We .
'" rieJT&i" Jnnon. did your wlf reed l ,I The man who. is raaningfagainst[ the Per--
also have a 20 and a 10-acre farm adjoining,,, the that book .to rOil: ?" |
above, each improved would make a splendid location to locate ttI 'miawntu''cab.:! yes she. .. doae petuation of United States Senatorships ii

a little colony. I t read. It to' me-" !Jacksonville.{ .
"" ; what do you think of Itr | .
,Ir, "k"ITuh? That ain't no book at

I done lived bear to' fo'ty yeafts- a'alt.1|

I dose hearer folks talk that a-way alth' |I Osceola Title'
time "" I
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Love and the Laundry a Guarantee Companyn; !W WI Y
Fine little farm and ;
grove; beat of hammock land; about 'a "Tbeoniy- thing I find to say agatnnt

8 acres oranges mostly in bearing Six-room, house frond yon la that your washing bill Is far too I I S> >

stables bins sheds, etc. Cheap at $3r,
owns 390 acres near city limits very cheap at $20 an acre. a'uiw vF? 3 l *;, blouses Im tbe wash. Why. Jan, my G. P. GARRETT Manager. f(
Full particulars to interested parties. +I kaMd P A s, own dbughier never sends more than L
) i r'a (#PI.tW z" war ,.< NtSA two." Y t,,'

u .f .... "Ah, that may, be, mum" replied Real estate/ "- :,

Suburbar, 5-acre farms in Hihodale Addition. High, Jane, "but I '8\'e to! Your daughter's! I Title exara-ined! and reM.| rted> onTares :]:t,
fur nun-residents!
paul t
sweetheart Is a bank clerk while ;i.
healthy location, beautiful view of the lake and the city. my InHtrumetus relatint', to real estate f

t Fine for citrus fruits poultry raising and trucking. These # .'-,..... .. ... "" >. >.., -., young lakes ma.n18 a difference/ a chimney, mum.sweep"-London It carefully. drawnCorrespondence '.

valuable little farms are much in demand and a number of Tlt-B1r, I '
1 B-4.DKJ: KOA1 -CAN YOU .RICK THE IIKHB- Solicited.. 'f.
homes Quilt WORN OKAVKI ROAD.
good are being ( in I'inedale. PIT Or TURKS ? I IClsan.d
Courteey Good Road.. .New York.] '
\ Them Out.
Court..y Good Hoatli.vNew Vork.J I \
\ .1; ..0W proportions. At least :2O! |per> cent I of Nlrst Girt-Was your bazaar a greatsuccess .:
I fine material HIIIHI IH .present for cementing ether tlxau garden loam crowning it ? Second Girl-1 should think Dr. F. G. Thomasoni u <
,.. Fish Lake farm, containing 674 acres located midway to shed water grading his ditches to ,J
W purposes| nml to help make so. All tbe gentlemen had to walk
between Kissimmee and St. Cloud. Nearly one mile beau avoid the usual) ixxjlci left to soak lain "
the gravel Inipervlnim to water.A b me. TTtey hadn't even a penny In (PHYSICIAN and SURGEON:
tlful lake front one-half rich the road eulng sluices to let the- .
over prairie muck land;; very Test their pocket to pay them tram fare Q QOflice
productive. Marl road will be built along one side-of farm. "If after hard water run und> fn>ui lilt bide .Jltchi--! .. London TItRlts.How. I'Hooex 74 and :a.{ Ul.Hidi-nce, 128. '
a whiter1 front thesldcA he simply cuts the trees. down, and
Here U an opportunity for best dairy farm inFlorida. A of a '!;rl1\,1 |J.l reiu.ilu slot/i. gals (:lr I h.., ,....d bed lu tl Ily up. Ilk. ,
.fine orange grove can be grown in meantime and a fortune without caving/ It mny l>e taken' nsa the rnnrf of time It c1.M-H dry 11,1. 111111 It ,la. '.

can be made on this valuable fartn. The price is : nlyt-:!() Hntlsfnotory( test Hint Hint ,snivel' \is then F :xr; .1'1.t during}: ur. IniiiitMlJriiclr, "How Is It, If Love Is blind that wot T.fa j RIVERS, //ft. D.

per acre, and most favorable terms can be secured.J:;::.Full lI lIt a suitable' road l inctiil.. after rulus. u hen It :.. u UIIIHH of nnnl.It '', bear ef love at first night?"

particulars to interested parties.Nelson .- "When a biiHincss?, mUll Invests b> a bed of dust and all summer-la "It to after Jove at first eight occurs PHYSICIAN? AND SURGEON.: :
money In a business, project, such' for a hot and Mining desert road an eihfblt that Lore usually goes bUod"-Chl- I -

.' Instance, as the purchase. of houses of Ignorance and Incompetenoj'Th rage Rrronl.Herald. I Cf; ae over Kcetila.... 1'ItarmacyI'niruas
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Lest preserved country roiidnthat --- I Residence I .')m3i ;1
7 I ,. keep those houses: lu good repair have to bear tile heavy motor Th. Latin Laneaags.Latin i r 0111u6 148K. !
If the root begins to leak It niuxt be traffic of the present day are those \ was one of the original Inn- I

y RealtyCompany attended to at ours or the, Interior with ample hade, I If a road cannot J'U'Cof Europe| and from It sprang I -I ,

may be rulued. If furnace or chimney be oiled It needs moisture. Tbe shade the Italian, French, -Spanish and I'or- .., J.V.\ SIMPSON
flues become defectIve 1 they must except In very dry periods, will retain, tnguese languages. Maay words, of" D
be repaired before the dwelling la endangered sufficient moisture to preserve the ear own language aceof: Latin origin. DENTIST

.' by fire. So It should lie elasticity of the road surface. Tber It ceased to be spoken la Italy about j'

with our hlgbwuyH. A good road surface is no danger of mud If tbe road,, Is 581 and was first taught In Englandby H|>hl irs in Kali liuildiok.Y .

R', Over Citizens Bank must Dot only support load, but properly constructed. one Adelmus In the seventh' centory. I DYFICM HOUHS : 5. m.. bo '2 .*'.
AT It must act an n roof to sblchl the "If you can't build yonr roads wltb The use of Latin to law deeds V I 1:30: to 0;30 p. .....

.: Kissimmee Florida softer foundation from moisture, A asphalt or Oil, plant seine shade trees. In England gave way to tbe common 1 Telephone,.7e Jun 5, tn,
leak. In the.surface of a road maybe Make1' your town romfortffble. for tongue In the ysa7r:fooa'The !f j -_ .

e -' as, dlHaatrotis. the capital Investedas yourself and your family and se at-i I IJ >M. WlLLSON, 'JU.:

p'r' .. a leak imt"t tlpe. roof of a dwelling." tracllt by Us' good] roads and. shady I| j B .
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' 'la@r' .' '" '.00 Road Detorioratea.: .: ways that the stranger will buy the M \ NOTAny.I'Ui1LIC' :... '

"From the very Instant of completion 'worthless half ot your farm 'roll' twice > Home Bakery"Marr : j -1'? STA7H''AT.LARgk \ ,

of either a gravel or stone road what any farmer woold'p"y to* your I .,

that road begins to deteriorate, and entire property, land bftUdiacH.: I Ken) EstateKISSIMMFft AX4lDt.

the longer It la neglected the more stock and mortga-ire. Takes this opportunity to.-thank FLORIDA"
rapid will be the loss duo to lark'of "Then the rest of your life yea can I l
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...-- the good people of this .ity for I
sell tbe purchaser! anything else
maintenance. What such roads need you j '
1 on the fertile part of your farm that j their liberal patronage sad would W. S. HARWELL

you retained and get emptoyme'nt for' also- take this means -toeay that I' ,
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i- hemmer .
& j andy your teams and your boys Itetping him ou' limited facilities fee makinggoods REAL ESTATENotary

rwf8 to spend.' his money on tke old stony will prevent (for awhile) our Public at
4 t pastures sold to Uiax Meantime Large
you general delivery to all parts of the O.llce\
he will pay the town more taxes in city. and over Hobevsoa! Pharmacy
Quality variety will' be
1>\' jitchen fire years than your ptece- previously maintained always. Our.nice KISSIr.:M&E. FLA.
paid In twenty-five. But you will L"t'

never catch him In a town" that cats

the trees and bushes from the road- W. L.
WINN
HOT ROLLS and BISCUITS
,a, oars sides.
.. Also HOT PHYSICIAN AND
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: :: flow'opet and to with :J ::- .
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"WiiiiIiI < It .Is said that the most perfect will b'e ready mornings and afternoons }....,.,..... '
N't BQNSrCHOCOL/lTE3/ OF-.ALL-KI s... J JI road In the world Is the coral r.
; TAFFIESCH000LATE and a nice variety of PIES A. VANS AONSW w. a' caswroaa.
ft rpck road of the West Indies. I;
NUOATINES CREA.M NUT IKI S ...:; II being porous elastic dry and I and CAKE-Parties and Weddinga
'$ ' S'AL-S never dusty specialty VANS AGNEW & CRAWFORD
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CREAM CARAMELS OF- ALL KINDSI FRUIT BARS"'CANpyWALKlKO Notary.Pub: : c t
M To Farm a State's Roads. A. SMITH (
: CANES CANDY BASKETS. STICK ? I Governor Carroll of Iowa baa I ,'.
I t' s'r I proposed O RLINQTON AVENUK Once: 4 > fi Cltlzenii (took Building
; 'r 5. $ that time width of tbat state's KISSIMMEE,
r CANDIES AL'L- FLAVORS -:- ZT"S1: : -:- =-;- : dL k.Y 'ulh roads. be cut dowry from. sixty to forty: FLORIDALANDRETHS' '\

feet and that the strips of land thus 41 s

$'f ,saved[ be turned over to tbe farmersfor

,'eaSJ.LEC: NUTS .... cultivation. /He/ bVllevew that forty SEEDS

,6. OBATU ROAD VILE 6XltM> roB feet Is wide enough tot a country .J

XF'OR; ,FR'TTTT OAKES, [Courtesy Good Roads, New* era.) road. .,that such a road will be better ( wmcnSUtCEED. are. not sold by a Merchant In KISSIMMEE!

of mterial and more easily cared] for than th. Conaequent17 'We hope 10 sell &. '
15.51-8. gnat amount BOW ,, our .eda0
j- wider one and that the twenty extra direct b7:&lall, you
to rep lace the wear due To waffle i uattentloqand .
"feet now all owed:'ls simply wasted." ,, ---:0.. Tills advertisement mailed to "", it Is .
: labor. Fifty cubic yardsof paper men.
IMOYTRIMMED 1 TbVtjUe to this land, if the plan 1a. Cloned will be taken worth 2Oc 011 order
CAKES gravel or atone ",11replace/ material Write'ior the of One Dollar $1) any
or
caMeoout... naturally vests In the over and the COUpon In.
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worn from one mile by a years traffic."The" closed with Seeds
Be. order It
owners of land adjoining the roads as returned to UR,
gravel or stone should be ap- will be worth One Dollar
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.;.. : '; .; ''; \ the state's right to it U simply forhighway ($1) on a Five Dollar
"', ..,.;: ' 0' :Foir J3nnquets, Weddings and Receptions the road is muddy. It should be applied purposes sx the measure will To-enry One Dollar ($1) order "111 be added.
a ,t : be popular with farmers.' It" astV to Introduce them
without
npog the low spots,--car* being Pennsylvania. charge,, >ne packet
ft mated that 500.000 buhbals of corn each of three
especially desirable
taken to keep the center of the road aorta Vegetable
''- These Goods are all Manufactured in Kissimfttee7 can be added to Iowa's cropland (3 1
t' ;: always" crowned and all chuck: boles I'

'' ty" Experienced{'Confectioner and are and ruts filled and leveled. Whereverwater per capita to her wealth if ,thla .bindisfarmed. __ ____ __ ___- -
.f ij an 1s found standing upon the road .-Youth's Companion. - -- - -- 641"I

k-' J jpuarahteed Absolutely Pure. that spots needs new road material ......... --- : --- I
If : : : Interest Money Built Roads. 1--
and It should" be applied before the r t
,. water dries off.' The, aim should be to The county commissioners of Shaw L. M. MARSH & I'S'
$ 'J' J < nee county. Kan., have built nearly Co. 4
.,, keep the road In such shape that there ,
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I.r :' -' DR FLOYD stand upon any portion of .the road money formerly used for paying Interest STAPLE ANn FANCYGROCER *
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nrfacs. It sbould have a ready means on bonds
of escape to the side ditches and then As rapidly as the bonded debt was
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1.5-,,, "'r, ManagerBROADWAV should escape 'from ditches before It reduced the money which formerly I IBS .1
has time. to saturate the foundation. had been used to pay interest was ex* .
"' ; 'next 'door ib Cole's Jewelry Store pended on macadam roads. There was I -.......BH AND

t . no'additional burden on the taxpayersInstead Pl1REI -
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i' FREE DELIVERY to all
q - parts of
the tax levy was decreased: the city. Prompt Uho.rtem.It..tIo.
+4rh - The ,_ncI and on roads ef Call- ,; ; to most Instances and good roads lead I -r Lt PMOSW .
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M'c'' this Colony is. everybody who bought before coming here is

\I y. well pleased when.he sees the land, many buy more after arrival (!h

is located\ in the hillY'rea-i of Pasco and Hlllsborough Counties.' The More than Two Hundred/ -f amilies have come here from other

railroad'depot, as shown by the profile of the SeaboardAir Line.rail- Colonies in.this state, and have-"bought here and the most of them -" "
road is 1Z7 feet above sea level. Many ot the surrou'ndinahills rise '
1 have built and are well pleased. Over 1,000 heads of families tV
.: to over 250 feet above sea level l and there is. not a steep abrupt have bought here representing Drobably 5.000 people., There is .

dl; :hil1. anywhere. The soil is! a'reddish yellow' or chocolate coloredloam. no "KickersAssociation" and the Colony is not on.the. defensive '

In many places clay and rock crop out. No more productive d, r against complaining Colonists. The Colonists are satisfied. and 4

If' upland soil can be found In the state. Corn has been known to yield . '. contented.
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( over 40 bushels per acre; while the common yield of potatoes' from Zephyrhills is a regular station on the main line of the Sea- _.\

.r',, 200 to ,300, bushels per acre. Ef -plants, Onions, Cabbage Toma- board Air Line railroad. The station is still known as Abbott. AU ,1B

,ti \ toes. Beans Tobacco and in fact all farm products do well on this trains stop here and one may'e'o from here (into New York City

."; soil. It is the perfect soil for peaches, plum* and pears; excellent without change of cars. Only 38 miles by rail from Tampa, where i l"M

I" + for oranges and grapefruit .the Mallory S. S. from New York make regular! weekly! trips. Also
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No state iu the Union can boast of better water. The ,water the Southern S. S. line from Philadelphia) Have docks and make

r', bearing rock is quartz; hence no impnrities in the water. It is found regular.trips. Also steamer 'connection with Mobile and New Or- v .

( after passing through yellow V reddish clay and flint rock from 50 to leans. 'There Is no doubt but what this is the best Colony in the' .

; ; 80 feet, rising in the wells to within 15 to 3O feet of the surface. State.in which to locate. .

I Not a trace of lime sulphur salts or other mineral can be detected. C ,
r You car bay 8-a.cro tract of laud Maid racolve' with It towai lot for $78 caatat or, for $82.80 payable \1 ,
c r : It has been analyzed and pronounced "Pure Wa er. $7.BO cash aad SB a month for IB tuoa. No timber or turpoatia rwaervatloaia to shoo. 701 )a

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Notice Sale School Lands. allegation or Mid bill will be taken u confeaiedjby Order of Publication Order cf Publication. Savannah. Georgia, and are ever the age. oftwen.roDe Order of Publication ''
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TaUahamee. Ma.. Doe I>*, 19111. It la further ordered that ibis order be pub, In the Circuits Court of the Bevenlb Judicial In the Circuit Court of the Seventh Judicial t to therefore orderbd that laid'nn-rednt In Circuit Court,, Slate of Florida, Seventh?
The State Board of Education will evil to the llahed boa a .week tor four comecuUr wveke Circuit of the Htat of Florida Iu and forOoceola Cirruit of the State of Florida, la and for defendant be. and the*are hereby required to JudlolalCIrault. Oaceola county la chancery.
highest and beat bidder for ash, tbe following In the KUeliumee Valley Gazette, a newspaper County.: In Chancery. Robert B. Barre ..C-aoeola county, In chancery. Anne palmer. appear to the bill of complaint filed In the said Tom Jeffen, complainant v*. Carrie M.
described laodellDlln Qaoeola county, Flor- published la the count:? ofOaceola, State of aa guardian of the estate of Ollvlna Fell and E. Nelson Fell ber himbeud com- cause on or before Monday, the 6U day of Jerr..., defendant nr
Ida.lowltAll: of Section 14. la T 34 H. R S2 E, Florida. Zeus 8aTa.e, minor, Complainant, ..... Charla pl.lnl.p.. tout P. Setlon. F. M. Oliver aa hruary. A.D.,1911, otherwise the. allegation It appearing by affidavit appended. to the bill
containing&42.04 aorea; All of Sec. 16, T W S R Witness the HonorablelMinorB.Jone*.Judge F. fravatt, aa ez-ofilclo: admlulalralor. of Executor of the Lest Will and Testament of of aaid bill| will, taken. aa confessed by said filed In the abovo-atated cane that Carrie M.
'8.1 K, containing 039.20 acre; AU Bec.of la T 84 oriald Court and.., band a* Clerk thereof the estate of C. A. Cnmmlnga; decaaaedai Kanole C. Oliver, "deceaaed the aaJdF. ... defendant ". Irfler the defendant therein named. I* a ..*..* e
8 R84 E, containing 641.00 acrti; AU ot Section and tbe ofacial aeal of Bald Court, til the 2nd Sarah Cummings; Delbert Cummings Jacob Oliver lu: bla own right, and Juliet Oliver, It I. further ordered that this order be pub.tiehed dent ol the State ol Florida, or '10... other
16, In T SB S. R 84 E oontalnlnf 6.18.44" acres, day of December, A. b.IIIIOAltTlleR ; C'OJnniluga; Mary 'Wllllama and Jennie hiss Rife, Annie B Brvan. and N. C. Bryaa.: I' once! a week. foe eight consecutive \ state of the United States oPAeu.rteatretdenee
and) containing the aggregate 410.68 acrt., E. DOKEOAN, JBealJ! Frump, a* helra of said auto, and all per- her husband, Ola Maaae and J. O. Mawea, In the Klaylmme Tallev. Oar.tte weeks i nnkaowa, and U over the age ef tWeaty-oa
Bldawll\beonalderod\ for all the land haanatton .. .. Clerk Clrul-Court." ...u. ,olaimlug aa iuteteat the property In her husband Edgar J, Oliver and Heren Oliver rid county and State, a nawapaperptibllahed'In ,' yan.- it U therefore. ordered that the aald
.or for tb. whole amount of the land. J By EUaabeth Jehnatoa. D. C. this bill described defendant Forecloauro.. hla wife Moby Canon and M. B. Canon; ThW Decembc/lath, 1010. .. defendant be and she I* hereby>> required t*> appear -<
store advertUed. Van Agnei* Crawford, of Mortgage.To herhnahandThad. 8.011ver, and CaclJjpH.ver. '. Arthur E. Donegan.. Clerk.IBel3 to a bill of complalat Bled ia said eau** a
The State Board of B uCl.ttoon... the Ilel\O... for Complainant | Whom It May Concern, Greeting It appearing .loW wife. And all'peraona claiming an Inrtereat ( Bv Elizabeth Johnaton' oo baton Monday. th> ilxlh.day of .Mamh,.
i right to cut oanala upon KId nbov described from the sworn bill of complaint filed in the property In thla Mil deacrlbed.D Tan Agnew A Crawford: . Deputy, A.D. 11111.otherwise the allegation of aald bill
Lode for the purpose of drainage If It be Order of Publication. I Ila I In thla cause that there are persona Intonated fendaota. BUI to Remove Cloud from Solicitor tor Cempialnant. 61.81 will b*take. a* confessed. by said.defendant.It . .
R found ninraaarr Bald Board further renervea the Circuit Court of the Seventh 'Jadlelal. In the property Involved In this suit other Title. U further-ordered that this order*- publlahed f
an undivided three fourth Interest Ir all phosphate Circuit of the State of Florida la and for' Onceola I than the known defendant, and that the To All Whom H May: Concern : one a week; for eight consecutive week
*, mineral and metals and an undivided County, In CbaDeery.. IIsaryT.B.a, ', name of snob peraOD, ao Interaeted are unknown It appearing from Iheeworn bill of complaint, I Order of Publication.) la-the Klaalmme Valley Oaaatte,a sewep.per
.n* hall Interest In all the petroleum that maybe aa Administrator of the estate of Walter Baa to the complainant, and that relief I* filed In thin. canae, that- there are peraoea In published IB aid coonty aDd 'te.
found In or on said above dencrlbed land 8r,. deoeaaed the said Henry T. Baai, In his f' prayed In ".Said, bill.of complaint agalencb tested In the property: Involved la Ibis.uit, Ia Circuit Court State of Florida Seventh Tbl Mil of December 1010 . ?' .
with the privilege to mine and develop the own right, and Cola Baaa hi wife Mary N. j unknown defendanta other than th. known defendant; and that Judicial Circuit Oaceol .County. la Arthur E. Donegaa; ,
sera Baea, widow of the said Walter Baa Br., 1. It la therefore ordered that all peraon claiming the name. of each persona, ao Interacted, are Cbaaoary.BenryT. J OlerkOretilt Court; b
From the date Ot the Bret appearance. of tbl* ceased" Colunbue C. Bar Bertha tee 4"1 au interest In, and to the following dear unknown complainant; and that relief Baa, aa administrator ot the estate By EUaabeth Johnston,
;: notice until twelve o'clock _D. Tneaday. Jan- and Henry 0. Partbt her husband Bile Par- eribed properly situated ia the County of Oace- la prayed in the aaid. Bill of Com plain! of Walter Baa a,., deceased, the' rid HenryT. J.L 11-. ., ,., Deputy' Clerk
'uary 2.. A. D.IIIII. sealed bid...111 be received tin and John Put 10. ber husband l be Albert W. Ollcbriat President of the Rtat Clinton Bar Edna Ban,' and Flora I All blocks B, I, J and K of R. B. P. Drought' I la Therefore Ordered that all persons wit, Mary N. Ba... widow of the said Walter. J
Board of Education of Florida. Belle Base, Infant, by their next friend E. O. IVan I,addition to the CI".f. Itl....._. aooordlng to claiming an Interest In and to the following Baa 8r., decreed Columbus C. Baa*. Bertha
All bid moat be addreeaed. to Albert W. OHehrlat Agnew, aa heirs of HleI..tete. Complainant the recorded plat of said addition. described property situated la the county of Lee Partin and Beurjr O. Partla her hue- C.itation'of Administration' ,
President of the State Board of KJac *, ..... Hf*ry Davlaon, Frederick I I Do appear to the oomplalnanU bill of complaint Oaoeola add Slate of Florida, taws f. band, Ella Partla and John Partly, her bar Ia Court of the. County Judge,Slate of Florida,
lion of Florida Tallabaaaee Florida and _rli. W. DaTiaon, and Jehn ef. Hnghey, Olin p.IIUlb. herein filed, wm or before the Bale Day Lot 1 and 2. or the fractional nortbeaat band tore, Baaa, Clinton Baa, Edna fni*, Oaceola "O""JIot Katata of Catharine WSturMvaBi
..s "Sealed Bid for the Purcha of School ... hair of tbelelate of L. P. Haghty, In March A. D.. 1911, towit: On the alzth day: Qearter.feecuouItIn'owazld twenty-flve. and ..0.. Belle Baaa Infanta, by their next deeeaaM, ,by the Judge of. ald w
Landa." deceased sbdallp.monaeldmlmg ta of laid month of March: aonthol rung thirty eaat, do appear tithe friend, E. O. Van Agnew a* heir of aid Court, -v .
Th. State Board of Education reaerv. ** the eat la the property described la tbla lotel'-I I I And it la further ordered that this order be Complainant' Bill of Complaint, :herein filed, atat*", complainant n. BnryC, Davlaon, Whereat.: N. B.'Caraoa ta.. applied Io* thin. .
right to reject any sod all bid. Complaint ..Defendant Bl\l to remove publlahed ,...*a week for twelve eons.cutiveweek. on or before the Rule Day In March. XD., 1011, Frederick W.I>a..IIIOn..IItI John M. Uufhey, Court< for Letter*of Admlnl* rtia oa th ea ,
Th.Iuociafol'blddertoQaribe' coavTof all cloud from title. in the Klaaimmev ValleT Oaaette, a taws: on the eth day of old month of March; sod Olla P. Bnghey a* heirs of the estate ef tate of Catherine .. Sturteraot,deeeaaed, Uta- ..
advcrUaenent. * To Whom It Mar Concern r I newspaper published la said Oaeaola County UM the said bill may: k taken aa eonfeaaed.. t, P. gnyr-deoMadder.dai Bill-&* of said Ooanty .,,Oaoeola > "y"-'r,
1 By order of the State .Board of Education, It appearing from the sworn BIll of and of general circulation la aid ooaat,.' And It in Further ordered That this drder be remove cloud from title r ,' Thai an. .' Therefore ToeUvvand t adaaoalak ti tiall
this :21 day: of December A, V. 110. plaint filed In ibis causes, that there ..COla"I|, Witness the Honorable Mlnbr 8. 'Jonea, published once a week for twelve consecutiveweeks It appearing.y affidavit appended t* the bin aad alngulaf the kindred and creditor a
ALBERT W. GILOHR18T Prealdent. eons Interested IB tbe property lnvolvedln thiaaujt Judge of said Court and my band aa Clerk In the Kltelmmee'Valley Oaaetu a filed ia the above sated cXne* that Beary O.Davlnoa paid deceiatd to be aad .appear before taU
{ B. P.. MeUN. Saleaman.; St-M/ other than the known defend unto; and thereof and the offlclal seal of said Court this newspaper published: In satd'O.oeolaoougty, and Frederick W. D....,..,..the', defendant Court on or before the ystb day of January A.
thai the name of mob persons, ao Intereated the Brit day OfDeselnberA. D. 1(10.I and.. of general circulation In aald county. therein named are'nonre.IdWM 01 ta. D.1011. and tie.bJaII...., If say they have, ...
Order of Publication are unknown to the complainant. ; and that. I 1 I ABTBTJB X. DONKOAM [Seal] Witnea*the Honorable Minor 8. Jones, judgeof BtsNOfFlorldyandareresidenaof the Slat the B .tioiOf Lettwaef .Administration oa
the Circuit Court of the Seventh Judicial ll.f la, prayed In the said Bill of Complaint 1 Clerk Circuit Court. said court, and my band a* clerk thereof ofN.w Torkj and are over the ag* of 21 :reaniA ; aid ante,'othrwl theaam will n* graatadto
UY IB Circuit of the State of Florida In and for Oaceola again* each unknown defendants: i iII | ..By ElIsabeth Johnston D C. and. the official seal of said court, this the 15th I I I* therefore ordered that said __.Id.o, aald .", B, Carson. Or, tom. *other, fit pence. ; M7terierson.
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Van Agnew.. Crawford day of December A D., 11110. defendant be and
they ar* hereby required to "
County. In Chancery. Robert, B, fa therefore ordered that all peraon claraaIDC r I 1
Solicitor for Complainant. Arthur E. Dooegao, appear to the bill of complaint filed la saidass Witness aam*'a CountyJud -of tit
Bavag. a* guardian of the eatate of-Oll'lbe .a intantJ<> la and to the following deacrlbed my .*; '
Zella Savage, minor complainant, v* Char property altaated In the County of Oaoe- .1 [Seal] Clerk Circuit Court. on or before Monday,the etb day of Fab Ooaaty atoreeatd, this UM**h. day ol Oeeemberv
Van Agnew. Crawford. rusty, A. D, 1811, otberwlM the all atlon*ot A. D.191a -
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le F. Prevail, a* ex-ofBelo admlnlBtrator ofz ola and Slate ef Florida,tows: Citation of Administration. _
Solicitor for Complainant. 6\ Itt said bill will be taken oonfeeaed said.defendant old '
The Worth.half the Northiaat of a* by ; 'Pr FABKXB leU'
> -theatatof C. A. Cumming],deeeae d, and quarter : s
j I la Court of the County /udgfTBtale of Florida.Oeceola .' ,
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,Sarah Cummings, Delbert Cummlngi Jacob Section Twenty-fire;la Township Twenty-five, ,
COIIOt,. Kitat of J. C. Dlnn, de- It le farther ordered that this order be pub -"
..leaale'Framp. Booth! ef Ranire, Twanty-nin Eiat Ao appear to
Camming, Mary William and the Bill herein -ceased by the Judge of"aald Coat, Otdet of Publication. half..d one*, a week for .llIhoatl...* week Old. paper for stale at this 'de.; II
all Complainant of Complaint, AK
,aa heir. of aid estate and J> i .
Bon claiming interest In th. property 8I"I In Died on or before tbe Role Day In )March A. Wneraaa, James L. Duttori haa appnad to thli In Circuit Court State of Florida',Seventh Judi la the Klaelmme Valley Oaaette, a newapapar 20) cent,a_bundrad,. '" .1tw :
this Jim described, defendant Foreclosureof D. JH1. to-wit: On the th day of .the said Court for Letter of Administration ou the'ea- olalCircnltO.ceolaCownt. Anne)"alm..11 publlahed la said County and 'State, this. 10th >, I
Mortgage. -' month of March; alee tbe said BIU will be taken tet.of.J'.C. I>ian dece ..eI.late of aad| Bounty and B. Nelson Fell, b-bu baD4. Complain day of Deoember.'A. D,. 1010. '. .,' s,! ,N::::;

i\ It appearing by the affidavit of P. A. VaneAgnewofcoacsel aa eonfeaied. of These Oiceola' Therefore to cite and admonlah ante, va. Loul 4: Seftbn, F. w. Oliver''a eieeatorof ARTHUR E. DONEGAN, (Seal] :.Pf,. 'a.. .....f1f
And It U farther ordered. that this order be are, Unuuttwilf testament N...01.e Clerk ClroaltCoort. I ;
fortbecumplaiotp appended published once! a week for twelve oooeecutve| all and alngulai the kindred sod oredltoraof OU"erdeceued. th..I4P. M.Oliver In his By Elisabeth Johnaton Deputy. '
the bill filed In the abort Haled cause, 1
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weeIn the Kleaimmeo Gazette laid deceased! to be and appear before this Tana Agnew A Crawford, House PaintingPaper
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that the defendants, Sarah Cummlng. Del a own right and Juliet Olhe.ole wife, AnnieB. :
before the loth of January A,
Jacob Comnolngi, Mary Wi)- newspaper published said Oaoaola County: Court on or day Bryan and K. C. Biyan her husband ClaMaaaee Solicitor for Complainant.
bert Cummlnga
I'' llama and Jennie Frump therein named, arenonretident and of general circulation; In eUd County.Wllnee D. 1S1I. and BU ebjectlona. If any they: hare, to and :J. C. 111....... her.huaband, Edyar; .
of the State of F16rlda] and that the Honorable Minor S. Jonea., Judgeotatld the granting Letter of Administration on J. Oliver and Beten Oliver) his wife Ruby: :VC .) Lr .
: and aald....etate. othorwlae the aame will be granted Notice for Publication.
r the said Sarah Cummlnm realdent of Lattv In.the county of Panldlnc Stale of Ohio, the and the official sal of said court this the 1Mb I to said James L Dutton or to some other fit Oliver and Cecil Oliver, his wife and all Department of the Interior .(1. 8. Land Office t .
aid Delbett Cummlnga Ia a naldent of AUc In day of December A. b..110. 1 person or penona.Wltneee pe/nona claiming Intereat la the property: at Galoeaville. Florida, December 17, 19101 Decorating
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t the county of Qallla, felale of Ohio the said ARTHUR E. DOHEQAN. [Seal) my name County Jude of the In this bill deacrlbed. defendanta. Bill to Notice I Ie hereby given .hat John D. SmlthL!;; of
V Jacob Cnmmlng f* a resident of Marshall lethe : Clef.Circuit Court. County aloreaald' Ibis the Jtth day of December' Remove Cloud From Title. Whittier, 'Florida who, n..411111.t 1Mb, 1010 Kalsomitiitig : "t I ,
L% oonntr of Highland State of Ohio, the std Van Agnew At Crawford A. P. 11110. PAREEL/ It appearing by affidavit appended te the bill I mad Bomeatead Entry Serial No. 07278, for
ollutton for C .... ei-Wt OKO. r. : (fBeall of Section M and of audNEH ., .
r Mary William I. realdent of Ford I. the mplal. filed tn UM above-etated can** that tool*P.aefton. SEW HEX BH NWJ J ,
Qeanty Judge.Notice la hi of It""} Section M, townahlp SI seat).
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the county of Dinwlddle, State of Virginia! and t- F. M. Oliver, ow. right rnee.toFOtlb.last 'a-
Notice to Creditors 84 oraU.b._ _meridian haa Bled Workmanship Guaranteed :
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the said Jennie Frump 1*a resident of Laity la will and taatanienl Nan.ii. mop I' It
the county of Panldlng. afonaald. Btataof Motto 1* hereby given to enditon, hatn sad of, Stockholders Meeting. 0. Oliver,deoeaaed. and JDI'" OHV ,. ala nolle of Intention. to make fiaal five Tear proof. Good t) 'a .I. F.
Ohio; and that all the said defendant an over. distributer*of the eaUte.of Tempi A. Minx, Nolloe'l* beret gives'tb., ...... annual n>*ei- wife, Ola II....*. aDd t. C. X_. her Ia...- to establish claim" the land above described :\ )ft'l .e} : ,S<
th* .of twenty-one: yera.It dcea...". that have been appointed.admlaltmler *- lag ef ".. at..*.old.f the. Laa-Panon bead,aDd Edgar J. Oltvar...)ilelen Olivet, hat. before the clerk of the Circuit Court, at Kta- t. .-o': ..",','.'" 1 ),
age of the anon named estate. sad.. that all defendant Imm*,FUrida,oa th8Stb day of'......ry.ll111. .! "
I* therefore ordered that said noa-realdent. CaUle<;empBny win bo held at the ofOc of aaldeompaoy wlf*..the thrla named are aoarealdenl "- 'j
r .defendanta be, and they: an hereby required .peraona 1Iamc'elal..apJa the estate must ,ia Klaalaiaaee.. on Tuesday. the 11th *of the Bas ol Florida, and are realdevta Claimant name aa witnesses: Lewi I* Far' c
i .t to the bill of complaint Sled la Mid preMBt them duly aathentieatad for"'... .....* day *,Jrwarj,.ml.at lhe bout of I e'etook. of: 'Ix>.l* P. Beftea, unknown F. M. tla, of WhUti8r.\ :I'1ortdan.C.. A. Padgett, afWhMtler. ChFNt'''WEBK'INGf.r. o.lu '.
V ewe*appear on,or before tbe Isle Day of thud Court .within U>* tin prescribed' by law, ...'m.:;t* '*aa>* Detoer th*aaeoud Tncaday of Oliver and Juliet Oliver,. Bavannah.-eeorgta. ; Florida: I. F. WllUamiJof Whittier, ; 5 Lr. :-?
CLAB.ENCEA.MIKZ. Florida Henry .. Fertt of Whittier, Florida.Mot ' '
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Call for' Democratic, Primary (Inspector ''laad' Clerks; of Section.TK .


';' your home 1 (Election. I are hereby./.folowing appointed'tiy' inspector:.the and County clerk IDEAL

: SEED f POTATOES
Democratic Executive! Committee'to : "
_ as such at' thePrimary Election ,
Pursuant to the action1: of the State!i,8erv. t''i'.
I held on Tuesday January 10th,
is eaijyv and its Executive .
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f. r , CountyDemocratic: Executive Commit I Precinct No. J-H. M. Pfann, G. W. -. ClEAN AND, SMOOTH : .
For only$1 an acre piir month we will eels you Florida) I cltrurfruit tee of the county of Osceola, in the White, F. .H. Stalker, W. S. !Harwell, '
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and winter vegetable garden farm situated on the main line of UK Atlantic state of Florida. hereby calls for the f ' '. \ *" ... ,!
Coast Line R. R., .midway between KISSIMMEE! and Loughman' 11.. lioldinaof. "a Democratic primary election , clerk. Owme m'oUC'la] contracts. we cn'make.! hLtIWEEST 1i
I Precinct No. 2-W.. W."'J'Vey1(.. t.Moaelyy :. "1%
......, lake tropic :highlands' .. ;, -, ,I to of be Florida held in In't.he compliance of with Osceo-thelaws' . J!. N. Over l'ret! P. G: Cro .-. :, .PRI.CES' : 'T;*
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This l la the high Tidge land west of the railroad martie clef i
of the la at the. polling place.In-each) ... :iv,
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t ful highland Jake region of semi-tropical Florida-tha very | P.redncl'io, W W. Clark, Wm. :...
fruit growing and vegetable raising section of the Hate." ,now on'(,the tre 8.' by law for the holding of a.n 'election, 'iclerk. "v Irish Cobblers "' : .
no swamptf"-no wet lands..no stagnant water Tuesday, the 10th day oi; January Precinct No. .4-F. N. Far .Harry ,

., This l is'a:high' rolling country-dotted with deen.lakesof cryftal4water 19,11, for the nomination' of a Demo- A'vant, J, J. Johnston, J. B. Wllifa! e, . Writ.. for price . ': I ,
"r and drained with fast flawing water course, Here you can make a.- cratic candidate to bd voted ,for by the clerk, a'f :r .'
beautiful 1 home. Many of our customers are now hero, clearing: land, Democratic members of theel giBlature : ,;
building their houses etc..-you'' will have plenty of! good neighbors: 'In. of Vie state of Florida to be held in the I Precinct No.J.. R. Donegan, : Wilson & bower Fertilizer r. Co : } "
"Nathan Blount, II. ,
C. Farmer
a. few months this will be a settled country, as this is colony proposition.If ? 'ear)911. Mike\
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you don't like the low flat country find have, been waiting .foe: Eemdha, cleVk. :
,,some good.Wgh. rolling land to be (placed/ on the market-thi .is yodr( I Provided that a second primary if Precinct No. Randolph' Young, 5' I
.opportunity. Highland in Florida/ IS scarce- don'f neglect this op>portunlty ,'under the provisions of-said ''Baisden
necessary John Lee Base R. A. Barber .
.__ ..ai -come, and see it atone.. . - .. laws', shall be held on Tuesday, the 31st clerk. ::1 Jacksonyilb,Jloflda.F 4 !i

t, e I. .J; -" -' : _phrJ r.'ft'' "_'_" ; "'c .. I day M January, 1911 to choose betweeh Precinct No. 7-J. H. Walker W. P.Underbill r .
You pay only $1 1 an acre per month. HO} a 'rnoii'tTi fora ten-acre tliV two highest candidates! li a J. E. Alderman; A. C.
'i; tract; 120 for a twenty-acre tract, etc. The price is $25 nn acre. This! i I nomination shall notfhave been made' Wright clerk. -- - -- - -- - --. :
8rf.Ves[ you over two years in which to complete (payment e . ,' by majority; vote in the first primary Pricinct No. S-R.- .- Evans, J. C. ,

,'* no taxes-.no fees | elemion; and at such primary erection Tison .J. W. Tisdn F> W Hill clerk. _- ...
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feesj-yoti for the land, that I onU- such electors as were qualified to Witness our hands and seal this 7th '
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i You taxes, no recording pay ,
pay no | voile at the first primary election shall Something to wear .
,Ia, alE, day of Decembers A.D., 1910.
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/ if you !shouldfiie! /The) terms and Conditions jf which leI F. W. HH1.! Chairman.Secretary wZ .
Before completing payment for your land we-will at once,, and with- i fg al l electors offering to become; candi- [$BALI] S Have.It.
deed to the -- ------ --
:OUt any further payment.being, made, give a warranty. I dates or to vote at such election shall ;
'.' I person named, by you. be regarded and taken as proper members -: Notice. / .
ItO expense! for ditching I of the Democratic party, and I Notice hereby given!' that the registration : Come iti ands let ns show you. \:

The land is high and naturally drained-put your money .into other therefore entitled.to participate fn and books of Osceola Co. will be open {I'.
Improvements The land is very clear and pen so- that clearing is aneasy become candidates before and vote atsuch JI at my office: at Kissimme, and at various . -
matterthere ie very little heavy timber-AND PRACTICALLYNO efectjon} are, as follows: I precincts throughout the county, from -
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r I ( l Those and only those persons who Novembef 30th,1910 to December 30th. REMEMBER '
free railroad transportation! __ hall he permitted to become candidates i 1 1910, during.the hours specified by law, .
We will pay your fare round trip from Kissimmee and give. you a before'or to vote at or participate inthe I for ties the purpose to of registering', par Our Store Stands for I
Write eligible
registration.
: lakes beautiful i
delightful surrey ride to the through a country. .
manafrcmcnt'of said primary election C. W. (;ritf1n.
us a card stating what day: you would like to make the trip and our Sales
who are white ttomocratic electors Supervisor of Registration of Electors QUALITY"
Manager, Mr. Stryker. will ma't you either at Lougfhman'or( Kissimmee. I
I who declare their adherence; to the in and for Osceola.County.' I
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principles organization '
'f : Florida Fruit & Truck Land Co. erratic party, stateand county, and Stock tder's Meeting. <: "
who are by the laws of the state lawful MI I
The an I meeting of the stock C.T. DANN
: Kissimmee or Loughman. Flat I electors of .the district in which they noldel"8/ f State Bank of "Kisimme* .
61Ter to vote.Each '
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elector in the county legally' 1
__ I I qualified to vote in said primary elections T- ursda)', Jan. 12, 1911 at 3 p. m. j "THE STORE OF
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shell have the right) to \' tt fsf: C. A. CARSON. Pres.
*.**.*******.*******************ese****.*..********** one candidate for United Suites * C"RS"s'.E.
r \ .. Have You Selected Your Xmas Presents? i 1 Chairman tor. Oscoola County T. M. Murphy DemocraticCommittee / Old papers can ere_bought__at this office . I t
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; Don't fail to see the assortment at Kissimmee : Dated December T tb91U.{ your matting.AreYou '1
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: Vlc-Pmld Cuhter = ono and only basis on which eau'afford to choose roofing ts trot _..a.\\e ,
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cy are merely made, for lack of j proofs of what a ruufing bas duct; InaiatIpon f ,
teeing roofs that have given; satisfaction:years *_ DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS; allot: best j jf
'r W. H. ARNOLD We can pdint oiiit roofs of proof, right'near you, where: Keponaet PAROID:
Roofing: ( has lasted as long as the hilrllest. de shiiwles. It ku been buildings, dairy barns, tablet: ,,poultry building and railn4 and f prices. I
4i Contractor and Builder .mdintrial buildings everywhere fir over'a.decade W. hare been in one line atUiiinrM
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roofing meats n-ed.
Tour SIcIIa.loordc.Dd+ all bmtdiun ivvouf
: suet as contracted for, Then .ra difiereat, roohatfs tur,dIJrer_. an .roue or ckiinK. Rich-
tow. ', types of building .4roenS.' color,s.ucts sots(III.\nIItwe rod C. A. (CARSON, FyesIdeal I". C. BRYAN, SECRSTTAHT: l
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$41' FLORIDA NCMMccT.' .(..n"rar( 'farm AROID buUdl_BWlntfor Slain In coloa barn. Each. ..fell, of Bird NEPONandcooear!: \
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ace' 7\ :!.! Does not taint rain watax. -Rrauu fire. : .,"-iacludiBd-801.are BMtal. caps . The Waters & Carsont!

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DOORS 2-6 x 6-6 4 panel 78c each and up. SASH 24x28-2 light I- l
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: and met the rest of the hunters, who much regret on the part of Mr. Milliard She Was Tee Enthusiastic. have ordered >>' ?
HORSE HUNT. Narrow Escapes. :
had been towed by another team several still it was not wholly devoid of An Edinburgh minister rolled a "Teaching to me," laid an enthusiastic "

miles, and telling the sad tale to its funny side, for that gentleman, during thousand feet down tbe steeps of Ben 1 young schoolmistress, 1s holy A TON '

Mr. J. Milliard's, Horse Ned Decidedto all the friends he met, many of whom the time'hle favorite steed was Nevto and lived to tell the tale. Ad- calling To aow In the young mind the ff.
joined in the search for Ned. Through spending the holidays In the swamp miral Sir Novell Salmon was clean weds of future knowledge and watch cf Assorted Red BandCANPIES
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Spend the Holidays Abroad. miles and miles of saw grass, swamp and on the prairies, wandered around shot through at Lucknow and returned them a. they grow and develop III.a

Last Friday night about nine o'clockat and bog holes, until Monday-all in bin farm declaring that he wouldnever i aa dead, but came up smiling coon I pleasure greater than I can tell. I r "

t Canoe. Creek, after a hard day's vain-not a trace could be found of the plant another crop, that 'ife here was afterward. Similar was Lord Wotae-I never weary of my.work. My thonghtaare

I drive Mr. J. K. Milliard Mr. Ad Story missing animal. lie had completely not worth the living, and hat he had had ley' experience In the Crimea: but only ot"- FOR THE HOLIDAY TRADE, q'.

and Mr. H. C. Lightsey decided to! .vanished. '., just about enough contact with old terra. though pretty well riddled with shot I "I am very sorry," Interrupted the You, couldn't t.ellittrom the 40c kind
f Mr. Milliard returned home thoroughly firma anyhow. But what a transformation :, and shell and deprived of the sight of young man to whom she waa Wklug, but we aellitONE
,unharnessing "that you are so devoted to your pro-
disgusted and greatly worried, declaring came over his feelings when an eye, be was able soon after to enjoy I .
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fession. Miss Clara. I had
Just as he turned around to put the he had made his last hunt. Ned returned-presto, and instead of a a laugh over his own obituary.Not I hoped that POUND 15c .
I some day I might have asked yon-Infact.
collar down, the horse, having only On Tuesday morning before breakfast disgruntled, disgusted pessimistic individual long ago there was a girl up on . I called tonight-bat I hardly TWO POUNDS 25c ,
the bridle on, one bound and should there is tjow a happy, contented, trial In a London police court who had .
gave went what appear coming up the buttwo dare go on. In the I light of what you" k
suicide
to commit
flying; through the woods at break-neck marsh road but Ned, stalking home ata good-natured and big hearted man rul- twice trains attempted had passed over her and "You may go on, Mr. Smith" said Put In your ordet early and get a ,

.peed. Mr. Hilliard looked after hima rapid gait. Three of the family went ing over Hilliard manor. I left her absolutely unscathed.-London I'I the young lady softly. "I am a little good assortment.
few moments and then .turned with a tj welcome him and J. K's counten- An Island Resident. : !too enthusiastic at times perhaps."
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woe-begone look on his face and said, ance changed when he was led up, Fruit Store.
"Boys, we' are afoot." So at three saying he was four hundred dollars better THE HESSIANS. f Doll. Clothing. j I v That's Uncertain."Adam City
o'clock he started for home, walkingas off. lie also wishes to thank every London has a largefactory devoted j was tempted by an apple." 4G

far; as Mr. Joe Stratton's, who kind- one who so kindly helped search tor 1Th.y Were Good. Soldiers Americans., and Some I exclusively clothing. to the manufacture of dolls' I 1 i "I thought Eve waa a pee.cb.NewYork NIeraeyer WHcv, Proprietors"' ;
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ly loaned him Ilia saddle horse to finish the missing horse that was tired of i.V
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There Is a popular among some
his homeward: journey .on and in hopes camp Jife. Their one week's hunt was -
that tbe Henuiuu mercenaries
t of finding the lost horse, but trace I I people I -.
no very successful, killing a fine, large brought here by the British govern-
could be found l of him farther than the II deer and lots of other game. 1' meut, to fight the Americana remained 1 t -G

Partin neighborhood. Mr..Milliard then, While the supposed loss of such a I I here after the war was over and that I T'1'
I, with his borrowed horse, started back valuable horse necessarily occasioned j I their descendants constitute a considerable -

i ....-. '" I element of the Pennsylvania "No. 400 Spring
\ I Germans"of today. Comparatively few famous
remained here after the war, I because

.. the British government was under:Contract mHE !" 9:is.constructed fthe' r

... to return such as escaped the TM
casualties of-the war after It was over.
.. .- .:.""u' ,.,'. , .., The few thai remained ade'good citl- quality Acme steel
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< )" ih\l."q."J' cena,, aa they made the Very best soldlers i '

", ) \_.,'f'.,,1'.' ,-:" :-MiNt',; ; "Why Don't Yo tU- \"V" t i ,, ,. I Y against tbe Americans, And I 43 I 'r temp dwire* It,is
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Write for Free places by the British l commanders. 1! \4 oil tempered, -

The Intense hatred at one time '
agaInst the so called Hessian soldiers rust proof and
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nformation some of which still lingers with the

I present generation, la I very unjust, because 4
a solutely.npisraless.
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they did not volunteer to fight I OIL
against the Americana, but they were
I .. forced Into the British service by the The "No.400, Spring Bed" Is the I a

..1', f Impecunious German princes who sold :F.El'dP.BEBLJ most permanently constructed bed .of ,

0 them to the ,British like so many . its kind. It can be'used as roughly, as .
I\ \l If you are coming: to Florida why don't you, inform laves. The Hessian soldiers would ,
but it retains its fine elasticity
please
!!" sometimes tdke a action to desert, and I you ,
j yourself concerning Florida before you start? Remerh- they Invariably found refuge among >- springiness, and unequalled "ho d*'

\ ber'that conditions are quite different in Florida to some of the German colonists. A considerable I I together." ". -

s a what they' are in the North. J. behind from number time to of time them on were marches left, N Q'.5&LE'J" C "It's like fleepingon/inafslilp'/ i ',' r. 4
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'. on account of sickness or wounds. I one customer writes, for the springal;, '
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., We have a different, climate. We have a different These always found a ready welcome k
lows the mattress to yield to every outline
soil. We.have, different crops. We farm and gardenin among German settlers; few of them i
.\ everfound the w( -back to their native _of.the body's' form,and yet sustains
an entirely different manner to what they do In the
f: .. land.-"Ptlnn.yl.atila Germans" you ,in perfecteaaerfe t'' ind comfort., '

1 North. The market conditions here are. different. by William Beldelman. It ,is the ,only ,spring'bed,'made: that '.of- v II

I know all about the difference because I was born LIBERTY BELL 'adjusts the mattress to all lines of the body, regardless. of, attitude.' 1 Sleep on your'

and raised in the North. What is the use ..of spendingseveral side, or back you are always perfe Uy.at rest. -" ? "t
hundred dollars and several month'stime It. Connection With the Declaration Ask.your dealer especially for the 400. If be is/out of them,'write.o: ,,
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for you
> tijalina'thos things. that I will tell you FREE I I'I'J famous Liberty bell was cast hi direct vV , from
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London In 1782. brought to America i

:i, If you want to buy a farm, I will send you a list of I phla.anc!. subsequently It bears the recast InllCl'lption"Pro In Philadel I I GHOLSTIN-CUNNINGHAM SPRING. BED :CO.,
i farmsif you want to buy a town lot, I twill send ; .
I 1, you claim Liberty Throughout the World 'I Manufacturer Atlanta.i tins r
i CI a list of town lots- if you want to buy an orange and to AH tbe Inhabitants Thereof." It 'I .. '

l r. grove, I will Bend you a Ifst of orange a-roves-or. if you waa cracked while being tolled after the

don't want to buy and wish merely 'sprne general infor death of Chief Justice John Marshall j I ,
In 1835. It Is kept on exhibition ID In- j -
I. mation, I will send you general information ALL dependence hall, Philadelphia. It I
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I the popular belief that Us ringing
claimed! the adoption of the
-and I won't send you a booklet and lot
a of circulars
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tion of Independence on July; 4, 1776. "
containing whole lot of stuff that won't answer Concerning this belief, however, Frled- II a"

your questions -but I will write you a personal letter enwald In his "Declaration of ladependence" I The No.400 Spring Bed I ..
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QUESTIONS
answering ask
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you "There Is no shadow of authority Noiseless,-Rustless, Tempered, Black
you can just bet that I won't "beat around the bush," even for associating the ringing of the Enamel Smooth Surface, Comfortable I .

t but will give you FACTS. .. bell with the announcement of. tbeagreement I' Sanitary, Easy to Handle.Guaranteed i
upon independence. The
J mythical; ,legend: of the blae eyed boy
waiting outside the door to give the' for 5 years:: r

, -.. signal to the maD In the bell tower ta %,
the product of the fertile Imagination
et one of Philadelphia's; early romancers . r 4
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,_ A. M. STRYKER gave cnrrency to It In hU appropriately iyR
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called 'Legend of the :ne.elatlolL"Thb 1M

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j 1" ". : '; J\.AvT,riUennebU are inserted under thin heel *t.the"' rate,of 8 Cents FOR fresh fish, phone- the Rull Bias t

;f 1 ',.. .. .:,:.!.{1,.'/4f v";. ,'per-line. each. insertion.( ., ,:t;' e.., ' Market, No. I8 9. ;, .19-tf Again has the-Honte'r'Land Company/ .
0:,, the kleslnS'nee'agd
t .. driverrteaian J placed people! ,or "
t ; : : ; '" 'If" ; ., .. .,, llj. .'0)a 'oount 'tuujer obll tlan'to '
,; fF-Q Ai FOR ) Abode '
.i SALE-TWO fui-bodd| '
.i. .. '- ,, .%Island} Red rooitersat cohler Main','''YISJT' the Kug,'Roort .of the Cash Chat, moist ener getIC and enterpriaing I' : < j

'. '\'I'Xlwq' shoes, cash ,and Orange venW. I.' : ".4j.", Hardware Store.7". .; : ......T. 49-tf' -aggregation'of spapitslisfc. This.time TH'BHS..T'j
Quality f<# ;roefr at i -T"FOB **-" "'" -* >'"" ' "
lay the Ililnter Land I
1: ..' .' Store. / "'* .*, . .1-tf ; cypress phone'the.. Rull Company..inducingUii : ,ij
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.." .. ., '. .. + FOR $AI., -About 200-ffoqfl MarketNo..189. 'Atlantic! Coot/ Lln tore. .-' ...
1 Bass : 19-tf Railway( ;
\ fence and' barb!) wire JII, f
posts some
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: FOR SALE Three? raisedlv ? t ;
r' Florida t : '' ,"*** J FlemIIIr> : -.MUTTON.'treBh: fat, and fine, .at the! 1
fltf ;
'k. -"'*'SAL .' ....,..._ |.. .... __ __--r ,. FOR SALK T-Complete' f ram a'ndplanklngrof ': -;. Rgll.llaee Market.,phona 189. l9-tfAGENCY f'f 3f 5t t 11.02 pw1iundred? pounds.' . -? V*' Wehaye;: it. Visit our. ,
"l-j jvds t.ivq'weeki that this ,. :,
... o6 y.top buggy* fine cone. boat;. d6 feet; at''onel : Star- only ago Jr, :
iv dltion. J. M.-Willson, Jr'. y 1-tf half > Florjda.. .' 2'tf atthe Home Store..'Phbne 164. _
y du tloq in the rates -oil strawberries .
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Kleeiwmee -- --- --- ) ; i
:. 'SEE'tflng Quality shoes t before''buying. ; I WOOD. per ,1'$1.26; five strands,. from Northern markets
r 'V't'Caah Store. .".< 1-tf sEVER'Li: GOODWINpMILL, -outfits 'T5.7G. Kisslramee this'place}' tor ,
t'd; I to'gell Mill tower;/ +ltmp, tank* Lumber Co. 29-tf,, anrl this last:act demonstrates that the Tract

; GET Cash b arlx,'and\ aee those Hugs lit everything. complete. S.'.If. Bullock. THE Caah Hardware! Sore' carries life ctfflQtrs-" the-'' )Iui./ er Land CotipanyaVei Interlace Park

;'' the Hardware Store. .. 49! -tf I 2.tt: : ., *, '. ;-largest I llne of Bugsit\\ town. 49-tf deleimined to exert their" every :

4 I 4.:'s:l.PRENTIS sells Kimball dome and or-" I FOR SALE- ,, 'Hice Home" ; -small C. UM I C' 'UM f+ Those Rugs at the.effort in'securing for the people; of this \
V "ty;gmns.. See bim.Jit Th. Store. ground Cailh Hardware" I Store! .. 49 tfI.OST.A .
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",, ." ---- "bnntslow; bout one acre.;>t ; \ : _ section; a square deal! and ah equal '. ... "" .. -

d'cjJOICECITYLOTS\ for sale at'low'. private 'water works; house ,neatly, Gold Watch With blue bead chance'wi th tb other towns in Florida .\ ., )" '" -
I' 'V'; \ price. See or wfite'lL 'lemh totf' I and) well furnished everything *om, fob; reward. Lock box 54, St. Cloud.: A.... \ '
In'tha ;
',V'.parrlculara. .' .. .-. 40( tf plete. Addresll..Owner*,'..Box"V: 579. Florida. ', 2-11 I matter' of freight, rates. Lucky .. .' :.', in the -
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.y the for our peoplewhele the "
Kissimmee! Florida. .o: tf ---- ----.,------ w* day .
\ t5" 'MALLARD, DUCKS -FOR .SALt -' SHANIBARGER, Orlando for bicycles Hunter Land Company decided to fpen
+i*;.' Uucka,-,1:00;. I Ink: .,'1150.: Aply I FOR' SALE-Fivi.acr.e Farm; adJoin- ana sundries 2ft. wheels. from $6.50' headquarters in khisimmee and operatein :
;': y. Vans AgngwJ <1- j kjgsom fine., lald-out lotsorresidences ,: to .19 for new' .. -, 0-18tpd '
f. up J
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;,: ; just outside of city limits; Osceola county land. .

kFORbargain. in-.resident 'property i floe\ for orange grove, chioken ranch CARPENTER JOBlNGhand repairing.Good ,. ---- : --b'b'i '
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a ?. 'track lands and "orange groves oall on' '.'end for a beautiful homo. >Nelson work :'$ee James.' Church' St. ..' *--T" :Highlands i -
New Tf'epione Dir. .. :
. k*.<,-S H.-M.,Breaker. Kissimmee.. Fla.- 4>tf. Realty Company. _:'"': __2-tf_ I near Main Stt. "V > f 45-tf. l tory.. ___ .
4 JUST arrived-blg'.toilr of Guns. Leggings ;the "Telephone' Co. will
n r' FOR '''Choice. 6%'acre".suburban h JQe.- FOR SALE<-< Three, choice flve-acra *
. tracts see Kissimmee Gardens. J. M. I lots;. located on main marl 'road to HOt ng. Coats- and Ammu in a few days,issue anew telephone .

( yVJllson, In. 20-tf Orlando; just outside 'city limits ot nition. Ross Graves. 36 directory, data foe which" I is now being : -
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.' 't." I Kissimmee; all three ,.faceon the OFFICE fixtures "ftli'g; cabinets and;:;
Parties
compiled. desiring telephones
) .of Florida and'you will admit it
FOR SAlVCOne eighty-acre farm and road; splendid, fruit r-trucklpK land; labor saving devices of all kinds (:
'- i are requested to put in their
installed
-one orange .grove. Apply W. E. ..will sell cheap and' give extremely Yawman & Erbe make See Prentisl;I
a ttv t 'i' .v, .,e Smith. Kissimmee. Fla. l 61-tf easy''terms on same." S., W. Down- at the Home Store.If application now, so' .that their names Everybody'does.WHY .

Ing.. 2-f -;:.....- and numbers may' be printed in the.
a.,, ..;.-.I'OR. SALE-Singer Sewing Machine, "
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FOR' SALE YOU have a roof that needs paintIng directory. .
>.r." in' first-class condition; with attach- -Forty .acreagood land; new -
,' menu; |12 00. Mr. A. M.Strrkr. quarter mile from poatjOlHce, depot, Black Pearl metal- paint is the E. S. Beeland Manager. '
? 52-tt. school and church; thisis'goodorange right thing' for this climate. Ross I
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'land; also fine for farming and truckIng Graves., 34-tT John 'W.ley'. Wife. I ? S

'J'QR'E. in Kaiomma.ffor ; good 4-room house, stable, etc. WE---SOLICIT ---' -of John Wesley married a ",widow Mrs. I
consignments
i 4 :;nm *e and 11 lots Can b* bought for 1600. Nelson your : J
Oranges. We are the largest orange Vltftlle.: ; who grew tired of his res\leee-1-
Encumbrance ..
,jstnd. Price $2.000. $650. Company 2-tf. -
Realty
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j Nelson Realty Co. .1-tf -. dealers in this section. Valdosta\ ly-laborious life sod complained. He i
.... .t't Co. Valdosta Ga. 60-6t '
\v. FOR SALE-Forty land Grocery troilf
: acres ; two paid no attention, and complaint
a9' V?>PENNELLAgent Sayman's Soap and ,
acres orange grovejAalf. fenced and for slie went on to jealousy thence to ...
:; fury.Rerebuked
SEWING
? Ma'hinell-Agfm'cy Singer:: MMNNN
i .}/4. RemediesOrdway Plasters, Magnetic In cultivation: one mile from railway \
>Combs and Mendets mends leak* in- station; three miles from Klssimnoee; machines. Cash or on easy payments. ber sternly: "Do not any

10 26 pack tll. with $3.00 per month. Machine rented. longer contend for mastery, for .
r htantly.. and. cent team, wagon, harness new sewing The Home Store. 21-tf power. BECAUSE
: \ '." 4- l-U-pd. machine and household furniture; money or prate; Be content to be a :

'.*ft ': FOB SALE-Twelve- acre orange afri 2250. Nelson Realty Co._ 2-tf ANY kind of metal, especially private. Insignificant person. Of what

A' :)f" grapefruit grove, about three miles FOR SALEl-rlron: bed and vPpnnps, roofs, use Black Pearl metal paint. Importance Is your character to man It is high above both frost and flood.
'1( ,,i from Kissimmee on railroad. Will cost $11.60. will sell for ,5.CX, ; one Ross" Graves. 34-tf kind If you were burled just now or The
,' 'sell at a bargain. Address W. H. Bell City Incubator, 140 eggs capacity bd never-JlTtnl.. what loss would It be average altitude is 237 feet.

Y Arnold,-Klslllmmee, Fla. 41-tf and brooder cost $12. will take ANYONE anywhere -can'" start a mail to t-hq cause of God?" She left htm. Scores of beautiful, sparkling lakes.
order business at .No ,
$3; one hand cultivator and plow home. canvass
.. FOR'SALE-&O acres( prairie muck I coat $#, will take $3; few housel'old ing. Be your own boss. Send for free taking swltb b.er, a large number qf' his Every acre is guaranteed choice fruit land. 4

t .. and pine land; fine for fruit and truck I goods in proportion. Can J be seen at'rank. booklet. Tells how. He acock. A 2144, I private papers and he dismissed 'thesubject Hundreds of acres of bearing adjacent *. ,"
4, V on lake near.town two' dwellings on liass place. 2-2tpd Lock port, N. )'. vAN ,, by writing In his Journal: "I groves -
I ------- did not forss&c her. 1 did not dlsmlsn- to and scattered
1fLt. ,, "It; a few orange trees,.a flowing well. through our tract.
: 't-'i''Qi.f'*.""' and 6 acres'-ready fpt truck. ; a Dar-j FOR SALE1Fine business, lot on Maln intelligent person may earn $100 ber. I shallnot call her back./', I Ititerlachen Park lands are close to the

4 t'i''. .. R' '*****. 'street; best of locations; ftO feet on monthly corresponding for newspa ..... '..
.- ,,/teal . . I Broadway; also has a front on another pers. No canvassing. Send for.par A Curious New Zealand Bird. famous groves of Winter Haven and .

'1 i \pit ' rWK: "'ARE In' tb.'market"' : : to.ple..e; no1 street; very valuable; ; price fora ticulars. Press Syndicate: B 2245.! The >f.-n: >rs n' v' 7.:: 11 I'II''," "i''t' Florence Villa District. Our Western

t; f.trouble to answer questions"guaran : short time $2,250tfine0n l,6t)0) KLockport.N.Y.. . ,
1 ; -' --- - -- the huts( for Its ronthers' and ilnim.l I
,. tee 'satisfactioncorner and'ace I if desired. This is a fine pvoposition!{ limits are within two miles of Winter
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!:'P ; me; : Is In Tni of .
'' and will WHEN visiting :St.: Cloud Qur Kisslm- < >p< r < Mlin-lUtn i The Lulu
soon be taken by eomeone. ,
cdrnstpo-dencM solicited. Nelson
11 friends invited to make their black Haven. Groves developed and cored'for'
1 Nelson Realty Companyv2nf: .mee are Is a jet bird ullh M white IMIK!
,;; 4. <4 1 'w* """KIsBlmmee.Realty Company)Florida over Citizen t V *61 Bank.tf. I headquarters with the St. Cloud Drug at tbe e'xtrl'mentl l of im. i II1n. f on i(hen. by our.own expert. Expert advice to
FOR SALE Little deaslydhree' Co: All the popular drinks can be :
I Farm .. The( birds ore batrhed In |>\nlr-\ 'settlers.
/ :tf 'JdST acres; close in. and very fine proposition I- had at our nods fount 'and our ice The rfl7TlrrTT!>8 a shunt strong beak\ bud l Haines City branch of Atlantic
{ Unloaded, 'a car of fancy Keei ; in good'-'- state of cultiygUonfiverodm : cream is the best that can be made. Coast Line
';f + the .female fl.Olllt. Mouder.. Incurved I now building across our lands
direct tool
's Potator2 f. f 8hlpmIrom.p house chicken house
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;'fLMain., ; *. Call and examine our stock house ; all fenced and cross fenced; ,WINDEMERK. is located 18 mi led beak' The nrsle breaks the bark off for 7 miles. Lots for sale in our own- '

P l'r; and.;cet prices, we can save you owned by a Kansas man; price ll.800, northwest of Kissimmect 12 miles dead trees and the 'female then dip sites of Dundee and Interlacheti Park.

;, { ,hf money, quality considered. Waters, &; if taken soon; this is clese. to school west of Orlando on the Florida Mid- her beak Into the holes of tile big ,.
\\"to'! Grocery. : Co. l-4t and church. Nelson Realty'Co. 2tfWE land Railroad and is surrounded by grubs which attack /dead timber She Magnificent Lake Front Villa Lots closeto

t't'E'' : three large clear water lakes-But-' presents one'';grub to J her .spouse and depot and town for Winter Homes.
\ '. qu.rt racre.'Iota. ler Down and Bessie. The land is then has cod herself alternating most '

j! ,,_'"in Eureka* Addition. tttat-are selling,. peculiarly( adapted to citrus fruits conscientiously. The Maoris say that 1 :ideal climate. Splendid hunting and
r for l.00, cash ..ndJU"'OQ per week' ur :tl. and truck/ raising, and is almost entirely fishing.
SALE-A when dies tbe other must Telephone service in.
FOR few'Specif'Bargainsr one necessarily now
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: "} til paid for; prioea-range from H50.00 ); immune from frosts. I am ,
e. 'to home' that require little money atd') bring 10-acre die of. starvation, 1tecau.ffDaturehe. '
: -;) $85:00: ; just; like -finding a now-Vpffering tracts and a I
h.." Nelson. over CtljA ; quick returns : : \ town! lot In Windemere for $250 each. so arranged that.'each, Is dependent -..

t'I "1 a, ens. B.,RealtyCompanYi 61-tf ,Four-room Cottage fnbu.tnPes district; .This f is" the best land proposition in on the other. . e _
lot alone Is worth double
I'' 1,850.DO1;; Florida. Write for '
'I. me particulars or *
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.: 'j.i 'The Retort ,
: .." 'ii\.6FORSAL: :' lots;:,60x100 feet i.i.on: < this amount; will, pay .15 per cent, 'on come and see. 33.: S. Griffin, Goths, ," Unexpected. '
'Tee, she said, with: sarcastic bitter-
f .
investment.
,. 'f: .> stjliear Broadway; $306.00: > .t Fla. \* 44-tf. ,
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'" ;;e.M' Qllt'; 'r"each;' for business or dwe ang. Small 100-foot Front on main business street; :- nee, "I believe It 1* true that a man:

\ -.!* House? 15x20.' 'and lot, 66x66 feet on close to business district J10.CO per Is known before marriage by the com.. a, 7 ,
1f front foot this will easily doutjle In R003IK( ( ; AND BOA RI) ."
f"" Brack at, near: Broadway; $600.00 ; pany he keeps .
'. 'to: t Suitable) for .business or dwelling. value in less than one year; will divide( "No doubt" be srrilllngly replied.. "'1

11 'K' 'y'.Term: half/ ..hJ. balance .1-2 years in-half. DWELLINGS for rent, apply to M. Til remember that I kept Company with
I at 6 per'ce nt.ViJ: M. Willson Jr. Twenty acres good fruit land; situated "
.I' f''J6I fresh lake ler. you for fully four 71'11I.aew.re' I
;9!f;1 + on nice water ; 250 splendid -

l .. rA {FOR ;SALE:-"'Bearing' Orange Grove. orange trees that will bear easily ROOMS for Rent-Apply to Mrs. D. : Our beautifully illustrated
'Jo booklet entitled
. t 700 trees,.# acrea* 14 acres {fenced J. four boxes to the tree; (1,500.00. M. Breaker.- 31-tf The sewers of the largest 157 cities
1 { ,i' hammock,'*. pine,;marsh. and prairie! Ten-acre Orange Grove; doss to station; of the United States If laid end to end Mid Florida's" Highland Lakes "
700 good trees that will five FOR quiet, sunshiny rooms call at Mrs. ,
\ land. cottageand packing ,house* i average : would girdle the earth at'the equator.
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.. / boxes to the.tree 3,5C3.00. ; E. A.'Russell's and .
''Nextyear's crop estimated at 6,000) ( ; a. e. corner Maip describing Interlachcn ParkLands : _
There prices hold. only for a short Oak streets 62-4t-pd == .
: boxes.". 'Csh ,o. ,terms- Address oqd --- --- -i
1 ii" E\ time. : is. SO sent free :
OWIMI'. ox841S, Kissimmee. Fla.; 48-tf Each: one w.eUworth perCent on
.. .. more than the present price. BOARDERS wanted-Mrs. E. J. Alvey Order of Publication.
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r1' '.VfirHAVB'ftvVacrea'of; 'good tracking See FRANk M.: DOtLET\t' 'GRAY- can accommodate several persons with I.. Circuit Court: State of Florida-.B venthIudielal request. .Y)."'
: board and room at her home in rear Ciro ilI. Oacaola ID obanoary., Address
I' 1. achoolhouse. or Tom Jeffara, eon>plaloantv
fttraveled, \ street; rich muck land very j vm. .Carrie U.
.. &J3; ** "' room... 84tfYOU Jeff,, 4e1. daat.I .
... Y 'protJactivei; owned by an elderly genv'L -- -1 .
I }",.*.+ ; .. tlemaii notable to farm will I appfarluc'br affldarlt appended| I.q. the bill
s> v"., ; guaran- .-. .. .. CAN three good meals Bled In ta* abova-ataked that Carrie '
- cant if.JefTer
1..1. flowing well .this'property -- -- --- ---- east
tea : on
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t4 'e ;>.i: will' ow.YO\lthll, property and introduce HAVE some magnificent fiveacrelota cooked by 'northern cook atTransclent tb* dafend o'therein named:1. a realdent - Florida,, Highlands Company

I .i' .t,,b )'pUt-to bwner and yon can bayEV just outside the city limits, that Restaurant opposite; poet otbe state of'l'lorl4a. or some other .
,r.1J:I It. ( leeavthaJT Its wofcth. NelsonIteyty i* One orange land,good for trucking, office, fair 25e each.' Short ".orders slate of tb.United BtaUa W America,....14."..* t
.. 4ltt.Many
-. Co.:'over Cltlunl' Bank Kiss on which'flowing wells can-be had extra? Jf \ aakaown,rod b over tb. ate O(twanty one '
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.; ,.hnrnee; fia." '. 61-tf*; ;the five acres nearest town are 375. rears. 'lt it. therefore ordered has tb* Bald 'ROBT'a. BRySON SUITE 934-945 ANORUS BLD'6
I for the tract;.will make a fine little dif/.naaa*..>e and abe I* h..bT.nqalfe44..pprar Inlttrt Brsetar

,.a '{.'.JL! ESIRE'to shbwiyou sere'-ofl '.. home'; have an orange truck lot. to s bill of complaint flled"' n MI'1Ue
), 1', ...!.',truck-lanoV) adlpining' the city '" tog raising chickens, etc;*Just. the Klnda *f Monkeys. on or before Moodsx.' Ik* sixth day of r...- \Wlaler, ..Ifayll:.n. ,. ;:. . MINNEAPOLIS, MINNvff /
f t'' 'liuilav.laM Cleared and ready f ClLthe I 1 place for a nice quiet homeHhat will The: ordinary reader hardly ryiuzea A.D.lell.otberwleeab..tlagetlos.of. aald bill j' ,... .

I I ; ip1ew :..,.trlve right,'off the hardy be very profitable. Nelson Realty bow many varieties of monkey exist: will be takes ..eonlaacad" ,said defendant '. f '. _
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;;::- oed! t, this land ; half of It Company over Citizens JBanK.: KIselmmee / W. hear of monkeys-In the IDdllllf! faith It.Is farther ordered that thl order. be 'pqbllahed .

.. -'" >/ .4eneed"watfld Dlake ;i' nice 'little Florida. t' ..M-tf '. reddish.browq bodies) black head and oran a, week foe: four oooaeoutt weeks l"

r'rj"'ec '..:.uburbQothom' ;::';. .mtc&.. .$1.250.00.favorable .' n FOB-SALE,-Twe\ty-t.wo"Aere Farm; face, of a-sky1: bin. There afe'mon IB the Klaslnm: Valley' Oaaette a n.w.p.per. -
term) of p a 'm.nt.I.> Nelson keys with white piibllxhed baud county and atata.'llil .
t. t7".7 2 ..".wtth'\ fine lake front; about three eyelids and green .
.rw. > Realty.Cornpany over Citizen Bank, land one-half miles,from city; '6-room monkeys: to be found,on the African 20tn. of teember,1510. J r

r 1O..lull..1, : Flgrlds) . ,T Bltf .house two nice porches; fine,view of contlaent and;Caps de': Verde: ..Islands.- Arthur, K. Donefan. ' ., :." ,

: i the city and lake; good stable sheds; The bow44n.'.* which. -inhabit' 8ov.th . Clerk Olrenll Court ,
"r WE: ,OttAVfe: tug.eight looiri' novae thr flowing wen; ; finest of gi KilsabKhfohaaton: ,
y"s ; ; trucking America, tare and fierce; 'and '
!' '., to s; and repaired :"three* : and about seven; arja j', 1. L. Moon U l \r { ;J: ewly' painted ; ,, 'Jandsv ;acre.of orangegtova. traVerers describe-,their yells.' a i* abeo- (
.' room servants house with 80xlW)feet 7 Moat of it bearing; this,is fine lots) appalling 'So dreadful- .JA the Hollclior tor Complainant. let f ; 'C: STANFORD! & cOP4Y'-I ) j
artesian 'weU nite f hammock-
'j. ,of."landf) good ; Jaad and vefV valaslble.WHat .. ]
eound of ODe Order Publication. .
ire. ; t.bell''rearID that ",oe1d'Imagine ,
"I", ./> 'orange. ..-sod beautiful shadsl; ,,,- it :canJoe, bought for. U worth : 4f . : .
j H f"ft '.r 'pnee ssto< .00.' .Nelson' Realty CWrvjrtany. . ''tbrdenq.' nd in fact to a decidedbargale' that all the bests of th* for- lathe Circuit Conitof ''the Serentlt 4a 'l, lal .- "" 1 \

E4v: i Kiuimmeblorkfa,1w) ':d1614fN \" 'a$4.200. Kelson ,Realty sits had catbered toccOMr for a battle Croon pi th...tat*of FIori.,.. .la tad for$h. . +-c Carries els Complete ,
Line
1 ,WEjtLSQ: HAVE in the same block ,- f \ j 41.AaVFTt Thesw-creatyrea Her that .. Oaeaola. IB .. :" a of- 1
J" ; pany. : Jk \ ar* M .D OonntyW.,_ a.- B. III' r' .
i1 .. .'feet' of on the corner, .. and Hi Freddie .
north oat 'r' he'inost; aklUfal .and dTeatwoas) Snow Tr Bryan v* Pieta
\ ?k! '*: .1 and east beautiful view ,' ... '! :CS72": OOO3DSis ,
: 6' y. : trainer-U: tonwflllnt to t.acb. them and H --.Pklpo- hDlbaQ4:-Fer.alo.ure -
,..; ?, },. ,; ,of -tb. lake fine magnolia,trees for "' .A.Ep ****.- -?. It appearln byamdevlt'duly sled la theabove "' ; .. NO'rx
i-shade, also Itveoaks: aiz-rogm house VANTEDJ-Geod Y r Ktelcil! saw that Freddie Pld eonap* ; : : :>:t-rS

,1. two porches jprice $1,800 tstrns'Il.edah.d. : ) girl for general aonse- cta4eeltie.i" About Fish Seal'** H.JMdreoa, her tn sbe t>J, two.f UM defendSAia -. '. FZT .
,. .'' .' Nelson Real Company. work good pay and permanent The ttiltfsilvery; coating apt flhecaleV herein-.ne.....' are. non-realdants ol lb*. rT26HINGiS::: ,

t, J's ''t t pelt. .Citizens, Bank: Kissimmee." .. FlorjMay ' ployment: to rightpatty.'T' room derives its luster from, many 'state ol Florida and r r.--reekdente" Marion' J : r aaos a.nd '
servant house Nelson'Realty CI.OTI3INC+
A I Gdi-1 .
irr .j" Sl-tf Perth Caloltau.a. lbelryeatome. address
,.. ,. : 1-tf mlnnite crystals of lime mlxed'jvrlthpeculiar la i S
I :.' Marlon, South Carolina';:IbM they are both o'.' '
!..,.I" ,.ruLPLRNDIb, Lrru.t.FARM. contain- WANTED-Refined conples or' gentle-- "a substance called "$aadla"This u..ere of tw bty-oo*y *re. It la, therefore, t /is can be) found in inland Florida and sells them

'1 f.\ :J.. three acr**{'*frontijn l; on nice, m...?,for ......ra1 nicely. famished" . coating of; allvef crystal I hfWery* Ordered tkat'aa eoa-r'd.1/1/ ", .,..DCI.dt'be. \ .' *" '
,t f .t''fll -'':i4t: .well-traveled et ; ',a.. weU built, rooms, with bath: the best meals the easOyr rubbed bt ff the Kales, and In the and tberwe| b....,...Vwialred to appear to I.r.

j t :;:; J.!"" "' flve-roota hoo esr two,,porches.' deep .market can afford.-- Venter. Main and caaef-of a aBaropea&-speclee: of, carpJaown'a the bill of 'complaint\ lIed ta. amid oaaee, oeror .As Cheap As Any House in America :
: 1". ,-r' artesian well, thicken bouse and inv'plement 'Pacific attest . 60-tf( I. before Monday, lb.O&b day.af Fabrnary, 4. D. .
s'' : the a>leak the crystals are .
booe-land la .tateof .
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