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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: January 20, 1911
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00473
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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should'Be understood,, however: that I earth;' nestling; a*..f.(t. doe) under the

(J : lAND ATSOUTHPORT_$ only by generous support on the part II .. shadow of giant lon((''le af pines the thy- OF KISSIMMEE- i'
i public can -undertaking be' made tTM f i pitch from which rob "inVi. atmosphere '
: the success It should be. Every public '01 every disease breeding'mi robe and * M HHMM

.Produced Cane Seventeen Feet High spirited citizen should( become a.member -I' passes it oa In ouch' purity that lung Offers Health ,.and Prosperity ..tothe
.. Quarts of of the library. The committee secured trout>le, rheumatism or' any, such like '
That Yielded Two .
two rooms and furnishings for j i Banner.ABRAM complaint quickly take ;Jtheir.fligbt'forther and \Vesternllomeseeker. :
Juice to .the Stalk. ; the' same, and after haying tabulated 1 1 ." Furl that .. places'where nature ha not been. ;>1<*<.-
the books donated by Mrs. Fell mad. | *: . < .* ..: .4. . '.80 bountiful her gift to man, 't i, "
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Kissimmee. Fla., Jan. 19, 1910.Edi'tor ( plans for this reception to enlist public i: .. JOSEpft RYolN. : It la not more than fifteen 'minute*' Kisslmmee is not only a rapidly grow' .,
Interest. walk from the center of the city to
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Valley Gazette. leg town and, county t, but It la tie"enter ,
tj Dear Sir-In your Issue of last week .The reception was an entire success |I Lincoln Heights just ufficent! dls- .of a thoroughly Interested farm '
I notice that the Lee-Parson! Cattle i>socially, and a lively library sentimentwas I furl that Banner, for 'tis weary; tance for a man to live,,who baa business -. (ng section where the farmers vie each y'' '
created. Some three hundred' Round its staff 'tis : In Kissimmee. A hard marl street
Company have put the SouUiportlasds,, drooping dreary; : with the rest as to which can bring from
of which there are sixteen thousand book were donated and a number of]', Furl it, fold it, it Is beak; extends to just this side of the east end the soil the largest vegetable v,of any
acres, on the market and as I am the membership cards,sold. For there' not a man to wave It, of the addition and the county 'will, in given variety or the greatest yield per +
Those In attendance were gracefully sword it a short time, the road that r\n.
man who did the first clearing and cultivating I .. And there' not a to save mail ere, says the Tampa Tribune, Year +''
at Southport, and know the served to punch and cWce; by five little l And,there's not one left to lave l if; directly along the northern line of Lincoln Book.. As ,a result-people who visit a
maids-Catherine Carr Marearet and I heroes It "Heights'whlch win re.ldellta'a
the merits"and-possibilitiefxif that soil In the blood'which gave ; Florida hear of-the wonderful product
I desire to givo some of my experience 'Mattie Stan-foM. Violet Bullock( and I t- And its foes now.scorn and In the closing days of 1883 I was em- Ada Louise Simpson. I Furl, it, hide It-let It restl1!, very doors. The main line of the Atlantic and view with decided susIclon '
According to a notice posted (n the tie. Coast Line the'greatest railway
ployed by Governor A. P. K. SafTord togo the thing they.bear' But It Is, X"
to Southport at the foot of Lake library the dcxJrs will be open from 101' Take that Banner down! 'tis tattered; system in Florida. run directly througha rare that these tales are exaggerations,
: "l'ohopekallga.-and put in condition ten to 12 a. m., and from 3 to I 5 p. m.; I Broken In its-elan and shattered; portion of,, Lincoln Height, and it Intact, the on. who '.tell them would d
f' be 'in week days, when the librarian Cspt And the valiant hosts are scattered would require only "reque.tof the residents
+I' acre. of ground to planted sUl1.'arcane fear to make them greater than,th..." t ;
and in February following'planted French will be Jn attendance, Mem- Over whom it floated high.Ohl for a station to be located in are. '
f the full ten acres. This cane was bership cards for one year.cost $2. !] 'tis hard for ua to fold it; their midst And another advantage", Last winter Kiaslmmee built> somehlng ;
.Jully matured and tasseled out by December A card will be on Sale for tourists j Hard to think there's none to hold It; and by no means; the smallest,.of owrt- over 170 new residences, and still i
which Is most unusual even In only good for six months, at 91. Hard that those who once unrolled it !ng a borne in I.JncolnHelirhta, Is.thata there Is hardly a" chance for the new J
t fields of extreme Now must :"u\'llt with a; sigh. resident will enjoy every convenienceof
the-far-famed cane comer to rent a bouse while b, b pre-'
S southern Louisiana and many of the THE GAZETTE'S STORY j the city without_ haying to pa7tity paring his O'WII'for' occupancy;:, The" "
stalks measured seventeeg feet in length I Furl that Banner! furl It sadly! taxes; and that fact 'willinduce! manyto leading hotel I'of the town recently added' ..
all-the jointed part of the stalk Garden Once ten thousands hailed It gladly, ... purchase lots and build homes Who l
over Of Mr. Carroll's Truck Brings J". ..-, forty rooms to its former onceadequatepace
being ten feet in length. A* an evi- | And ten thousands wildly madly :: otherwise would prefer to continue and now there are night when;' '
of this I have a .Pennsylvania) to .Kissimmee. i is Swore it should forever ware; renting.The iw
dence of the quality cane. people have to be placed on cot*.' They.
only to say that two quarts of juice ,Mr. and Mrs C. E. Kulp and daughterof : Swore that foeman's sword should never lot in Lincoln Heights will be assessed valuations of the county-and
stalk-in fact reached the Hearts like theirs entwined dissever. 50x135 feet and will front street '
a were extracted from one rhoenixville. 1'a., city on Osceola county's value mean practically -
this cane received the highest awardat last week and more than probably will Till that flag should float forever sixty feet wide. These streets are 'Kissimmee.-increased a round
the New ? Orleans Exposition for spend the winter here, as they are de I-- O'er their freedom or their,grave? now being put in first-class condition million dollar last year app La,

syrup and sugar-producing qualities.I lighted with.our town. Mr. Kulp whois t' '. graded rolled and very stump and iroximately- three million And, the, 4.
spent many years !in Louisiana a member of the Commercial Ex- Furl it! for the hands that grasped if; root removed ; in fact the whole one Increase ha only begun. ;
among' the cane growers, and paid close change of Philadelphia, says that he'' And the hearts that fondly clasped it, 'hundred and thirty'lots are being clearedof While these figure nseem. o Indicate k f
attention to its cultivation and the read the Valley Gazette's story of the ,1I Cold and dead are lying low; all palmetto and underbrush, and a boom there has--been no boom In the p'
character of the soil upon hlch the'" truck garden of Mr. C. D. Carroll and And that-Banner-it is trailing! nothing will stand in the way of-a purchaser Western acceptance of that term. This ll I,
I cane was grown there, and say that in I at once determined to come and see if While around it sounds the wailingOf beginning at once to build his increase in population ha been of peo
" all my experience in that stated never such things were possible at this sea its people in their woe. dwelling without spending; a dollar to pie who came forsub.tanyalreasons-\ iIj
t. saw cane grow to the proportion that it son of the year. put his tot in condition. In fact the farmers who have purchased their I
did at Southport, and"I consider the He stated that he visited that garden For. though conquered, they adore it! gentlemen in charge of this sale declare homes -tmd-farm*, and are even now
Ie land bordering our lake on the south and found every vegetable growing ta Love the cold dead hands that bore it! tha': they intend to make Lincoln reaping\ harvest from the land. This'
d superior to any that has come under the perfection that the Gazette stated Weep for those who fell before it! Heights[ into a veritable park before will last It cannot go under in a night,1 ;ai
'n my observation. they were. In fact, everything hereabouts Pardon those who trailed and tore it! placing the Iota on the market, 'and like pie coal mine when the rich vein
;r While cane was the main crop 1 cultivated -the climate the people the I But oh! wildly they deplore it. from the manner in which they are prove to be a poeket) or the oil field' +p
:r I also experimented in other ] soil-was just abou. the finest he ever Now who furl and fold it so. working and the money they are spending Which boom and die in( a fortnight, fort +
to crops, such as rice, jute alfalfa watermelons i met with or experienced, and is now one can readily believe the state Is founded on the Very' basis of all''' fi
cucumbers, sweet and Irish 1 looking around for a place to locate for Furl that Banner! :True, ',tis gory ment. life-the soil and! what the toil will) pro-, i
isis potatoes and corn, all of which did,(remarkably :i the remainder of his time Yet :tis wreathed around( with glory; Thesb lot. 'wlll be, sold', ''approximat duce. a ";
well, especially the corn j I Mr. Kulp's eon, Roy came here in And twill live in song' and story ly-at 1100 each on terms.of $1Q down A* a place of residence, Kiulnilwtp gr'

It.. potatoes and mel e. September and purchased ten acres of ,. Though its folds are in the duet: and 85 per month-with Q ,per cent Interest should appeal to those who like hat r %.;;....
.. the ground I I land at Campbells, four miles from Kia- For its fame on brightest pagen.! Each .
k., \, On a place .adjoining on deferred paymertts. beauty and quiet hours' If has become ,
cultivated, Mr. Av-B.. Kinsman in 1885. ..immee/which he is now successfully! Penned by poets and by sages. purchaser of a lot will be given a $20 .model In a moral. way, even the SU ,
"Ie planted a large tract in cabbage that i trucking, and says he wouldn't give his Shall go sounding down the ages- gold bond which will be redeemed in a day law being rigidly. enforced and V" f t"
8. produced an enormous yield-in fact the { patch of vegetables for the biggest farm'' Furl its folds though now we must. given lime(( as part payment. making municipal government wink at nothina

td yield was larger than was ever knowneven in Pennsylvania., the lot,cost the buyer only $80. This, far a* the outsider can see, hat #
I in this section that is famed forM -- -- - -- ---- Furl that Banner, softly, slowly' no doubt will insure quick: aleAf.. the would detract from the standlntf'of the, ''ft 7r

abundant crops of' all varieties of vege HANDSOME BUILDINGThe Treat. it gently-it is holy- lots, a* the sum of $80 I I. an exceedingly town in this) sense... Its! J.e'ltre1Del: ,
tables. For it droops above the dead. low figure: to pay for a lot In such",a healthful one of the boast pf the town

... Under proper management; the ground Livery Stable of Mach Bros.j Touch it not-unfold it never, desirable place as' Lincoln Hel ht.. being that it i I. ''Th/ eaJthl..t Town, '.
,, -, of Southport can be made to produce Let it,droop.there, furled, forever! ( " This addition is named -in honor of In the United State." , '
now more abundantly than it did In the Most Up-to-Date-in the,State. f, a :". For Its people's hopes are dead! President Lincoln, and the streets. bear Kleelmmee'. high school building,

days when I cultivated it, as farming One of the handsomest,, as well as I .. e :\i', ',, .Z.' A> \ ....' ""i."J, ,} ', ' ' the name of .Grant Sherman Sheri:' erected at accost/ of 25000.lisa modern
I ... \I- implements of all kinds have been great- one of the costliest buildings in the ', dan Hancock and other famous Northern appliaiiM*'for the Instruction of pupil.; ;,
ly improved upon and the science of city, that of Mach Bros., on the corner generals. This fact will appeal to and ltx principal and teacher* rank
farming has made wonderful strides of Dakin( avenue and Broadway, la receiving Jhethousand* of old soldiers who have wlUrthe beat. Pupil' graduated from,
during the past twenty Y"8I'S. the finishing touches of the moved.into this section during the pact. jthe High School:'are admitted to any '
It gives me the. greatest pleasure to workmen and in a few days the upper |I two years, and more than probable-- college.without examination. _Its lcur: -' x
give my most hearty indorsement to any story, which is divided into twenty-four: : there will be a Grand Army poatonLincoln riculum consist'" of every' study necessary '' {
thing Messrs. Lee and Parsons may say I. rooms single arid ensuite, will be ready :, Height before the close-6f the to equip a student for successfully W,

about the possibilities the advantagesand for occupancy, while Messrs. Mach I Lincoln Latest present year. All those ,who come engaging in any life except: ,the; ', tarts
sro .. opportunities the lands of South- Bros. are already occupying the lower heights (! from St. Cloud and purchase a let will and science and the higher professions. gam'
port offer to the man who desires to I floor with their livery and sales stable. | be allowed their transportation both The building' I* owned 1/].'the i
\, grow either vegetables fruits or field I The building is electric plighted I ways, a* it i* the desire of the gentlemen county and ,I I. known .a*; the oeceola E
crops, for I have grown them therewith throughout, with water In every suite j I Addition 1o. Kissimmee in charge o&tne sale to give every High School although every neighbor?.
the greatest success and so haveothers I and bath rooms, while the Interior of'' old veteran In' this sectlpn the oppor- hood i In, the countJ'wb re .there are a. who have followed me in their the building is hard finished. The '! tunity to ldvr in a place that.bean the sufficient number of children has a pub '. t
., cultivation. I doubt not If there Is another lower floor is of cement and so finished j pains o* the man he well and lie school with M full corps of teachersv" .
sixteen thousands acres of land up as to present a most pleasing sight 'I j Which Comprises One rend Thirty Lots, _hoP{the whole world honored. There are'nearly six hundred ,pupil "InV. "JCili'

., in the South that excels; Southport in to the eye. j l and Which Adjoins the City lusUs on the ,-Mi1. Bass, when .he decided 'to place the High School at present On,of the or
1 fertility of soil, picturesqueness of scenery These young and enterprising men I his property onthe market made a best feature connected with this school y; 'r' n +
and delightfulness of climate. -are to be congratulated ,for erecting I South, Will Be, Placed. on the Mferket AboutFebruary / thorough investigation of many indivlduali U that, parent. Whether they,b* permanent .I'
In all the man who cannot live a such a handsome and costly building in 8th. and companies a* to their fitness %lor i temPoral'7' 're* d nt*,, can 1
prosperous and happy life at Southport our city, and the addition of twenty- .' standing and ability: to assume enter their children without the cost of, +
would be discontented with a residence I four rooms that are available for light During the past two years there have 'view and receive the benefit orhe cool charge of the sale and finally selected a cent except,'.the 'purchase of'necessary
in the Garden of Eden, Yours truly housekeeping will add greatly to the been placed on the market many excel- and delightful breezes-'that eveXblow the Bowman Realty Company, of Huntington book., and they are :fold to.pupil -f
Clay Johnson, St. convenience and comfort of the hun lent pieces of property in and around from oft that beautiful l and picture ui e W. Vs., who have1# a standing by the county at actual cot.Th ."
dreds of visitor who winter here. Kissimmee, all of which have been body of water. ,/ 11 i the financial and commercial worldal *'city own the electric light plant; 't L
BOOK SHOWER readily disposed! of to the hundreds of There nonnecessity to tell the good to the best, their reference which I Ia'.hot 'Onlr' aelf-auBtalnlngi; but
-- QljICTWORKArrivfd people from the North and West who qualities oYth'801l1n Bass' pasture to ben the Governor of West Virginiaor : net &revenue of' about" _two thousand '
4tDYed) a Great Success Both Sod- have selected this most favored sectionas a person'who ha lived here any lengthof anXfeank"or- financial institution In i dollar annually, after thoroughly light'
that .tateSsThi; company'* :;' lag the street to the remotest Hetiobai.\ 4 W
Thursday friday a place of permanent residence, but time, but for the benefit of those representatlve
::1 ally and finan aUy. none of them have possessed more advantages Hring in other stated who contemplate "In thisHal* will be Major T..F. of ''the' ,city A complete' municipal. r ;
k :The enthusiasm with which the peo- Began Cultivating Saturday than. Lincoln Height, th coming to this section, we will say thatIt Combs'whose home I I. in Huntington, owned.waterworks and sewerage *' *- k
%-' l. Kieslmmte are supporting the There may be slow people,ln Kissim latest addition to 'IJulmmee"In Jots I la muck and prairie, the kind.that I* W. Va. but who I. nown throughout tem. which not,, only reduced the, Insurance .
library idea was shown !last Tuesday mee,who put off until tomorrow! what which will be offered for sale/on or : used so extensively fat these part for the South a* a man offcRlendld business rate.; but added to the already; tq
when crowd of people gathered In the should be don. today, but7 certainly I about February 8th.U : trucking. The soil i'underpaid with judgment and of the .trictsst Integrity Ugh standard of health, ha*ben.etaov
library rooms and the spacious hallwayIn Meesrs\ Tom M. Hobbs and 'John M. ha long been a wonder to both ; clay which guarantees that anything This company doe not handlexpropert; Uhd and la In operation.' ,, c
the State Bank building to attend Earl, are not built on these lines, for our home people and 'visitors why Mr. planted-whether fruits flower o.. that has the least cloud huigtngov* ,This healthy' locality- offen'splendid
the formal opening. Klsalmme ha those" gentlemen arrived from Carrsville W. C. Baa did not ntace l a portion, atleast I vegetable*-will grow to the greatest it, and before taking charge of the' opportunities' for developmentIn''; poolby -
long needed a public library and its Ky., and Belding, ftrficb..' respectIvely ; (of his one ,ou.and acre that perfection. of lots In Lincoln Heights, they In..a raising" a good market attlm.
citizens were glad to respond at this. on Thursday bought ten acres of adjoin the*ci: $ on the west and southon I Flowing artesian wells can be obtained gated the title., with the result that A .. of'the year for.'chickens! and: ..
n opportunity to show their Interest land In Klsslramee Park on Friday"and the market, a* there 1* not a more I at any point In Lincoln Heights, they guarantee a. perfect title to al eggsvth* price of the latter/cenr.'"
< and approval of the steps recently began putting their ground in condition : desirabl*-location for home. or richer I, a* wells to the north the south and the purchasers and will give warranty. deed being leacfcthan 20 cent per dozen,, and
'y I jjtaken by the V. I. S. establish the for planting a potato crop on Saturday :wiljn'/Florida, but Mr. Bass recognised west have been sunk In many yard and upon tina!! payment, while they will from that to 60 cents during. the winter\'
|nucleus of a library. of) last week. i that the city was fast building uprn truck garden., and failure to procure Issue a bond for title upon payment of month.- Most all the egg consumed s ,-
When Mrs Fell offered her library of These gentlemen had been reading that direction and that It would be water in any part of that section has I the first instalment. are chipped her'and those'few'\ ,that' .
$ ,.over 200)() volume to start a collection the Valley Gazette for the past sjX! r i only a question of time when his property not yet been recorded. This fact makes I While this sale doe not actually: begin are fresh from the -country: always flnd.,
j, b__it was just the thing needed to crystal- seven weeks, and decided thaf'taey could be disposed of in lot Instead 'the lots in Lincoln Height exceedingly until February 8th anyone desiringa a ready sale at \B'cente more on,the'' f
oak ice.this general feeling of need into would come her and see fCr''maelv..* I'of in five or ten acre tracts and bit valuable for it i it impossible to fall hereIn lot can forward $10 to the Bowman doxen than Hipped in.: -'j.t.-: ...;,e
ction. The V. I. S.. with Its customary If such condition aetually revalled a* I judgment ha proved correct for on growing vegetable, fruit'or flower Realty Company either to this city oat Frying chicken* sir* sold f&75 cente V ;I' r '
: promptness of action received, the tnfo paper printed. The result of their i the furthermost lot in the city in. that when a sufficient amount of water I* 'Lakeland,, Fla., and'a lot will be reserved each in,the markets, and .esnf'.wadHfn .t. ),' >
proposition favorably and'appointed' aft Investigations' 1* told In the headline I section I* a most comfortable and substantial obtainable, to say nothing of the wonderful for them until they can arrive be dlapoeed'of. ,atA from" $4'to', :' ;.c;
hr most efficient library committee, CCIII- of this articla-tthejr came, they.a.w. I dwelling. convenience (it.1* to the housewife here when the isle beginsu( dozen., Land In: tracts ,f 25 to CO acre*, ., ..
slating of the fallowing ladies : AteaI they boughtXBoth gentlemen state Lincoln Height begin Immediately to have flowing water that I* as The local headquarter oil the Bowman foe chicken ranch 'can b.'hd for 125' : #;
,J. ,.I 'dame C. A. Canon N. B. Carson that they irt convinced' that this I* the at the end of the E. L. Lesley addition pure a. -ever come out of the earth ,in Realty Company will be In the. restaurant per acre y up. :according! to'location and .
Bolce, Ingrain;: and Carr. The society favoredxriectioa of all tM. South; and and a* stated before adjoin the city her kitchen and her bath room.: of Messrs. NUmeyer Wiley. Impn..m.aWnu.* would be a splendid .1;
also mad a' appropriation forth that & ten acre In Kiimm. Park on Broadway, and will be to charge 01 vocation for tboee who an tired of ... 8
ida Ue directly in the center of the' limit on the south, I Is located won' high A* a place of residence, it can not be Major Comb:, who will funds "
library fund and promised a certain of and and is excelled foe It I situated gladly city lifo and desire to *.. OM shriek .. ; '
.,'e, >Mn blissful peace, happiness. ear"'l rolling ground ,doe* enough anywhere information. all. who call upon or .. ) '.
'.am* monthly( toward the *am*. >G.Iat *- pIrosp.rt7.vy .. i to the lake to prevent, a 'mepiAeentI' a* healthy a locality a* can be/cued oft > write, hlnu of, th. whistles',, .,It ;t :z.I

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& : : Explains His Position the Subjectof /flushed and pi l fected. Whys| In the /' .. ';

Pnblic Improvements., V first ]Hace..wa. the city sewer system /( ; ;
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'KisBimmee,.Fla., Jan,,. 19, 1911.. and (flushed? Now, that .la has been .. " .., ,. .' . .. .-,- I '
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Mrs. Ted Whitcomb on the"company. As.several' persons have Editor? Valley Gazette, I accepted", why is it not being "'',.'<) '';',,." 't". ., .' ,, .1\.it '" I f . '. ,.'. ,'.
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-N t ] the company to .make these '* Dear Sir:-I takethe city papers as (flushed,"beginning! w Ith*.the first (flush: ; .Sr.I"iff",.' j.'"" 'f,<"" ",.:\1;f .;.: '"'." \',"M"J..." I.'"'''':'0. ,:"'," ."....."I ".. .', Sth:1 . .t11 y yh'rylvrld
A. matrons silver weddi j ' on., we would suggest that a riedium to state,a fewfacte'' to the,I tank nearest the lake, therebycausingall .1'Yi"iI"1'. ,,' ", \,'(i'. "11!!'". :' ,,10> ..,....'.. .if't.'t' :W!i",,,& "'IN. ,,.1'1"\'f..\. .,"J'1' :' ,, ,
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will b e given-bv 'the W. Interested get together of the draw possible lit such a flat ;' ; . ' ) .
may'secure the itonths | led In the system ''r\ '',:' .,>.. :i'': : .' :. "" : (, : .;; : ,I. ";. ; ::: ;"...' k'
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two weeks they ), print .
\ ag ; and moving the sand deppsit i and .' .'<," .... .. .. ". 'Io.I' \, \ ,. ,(, .r'',. ..... ... ...' . ':" .. " '
choice stand I 'took tpward public Improve.ments. .- .filth nevi accumulating In' the sewer .' ," ......" :.1.. :.. "" ;' ', i '. '. ">>''

Twenty of our''young; *- .Suggesting before the Board trito the l lake /We never had a sewer I. ;'" ...:.:: \ ,.." i.; ... \ ;: .:.. .. ..:. ...,... .:.;
Kisalmmee and gave a pi! Mrs. Anson McGill, Pennsylvania .of Tirade, of whlch.'l was member, system until latfcly AS It .was accepted :'::1.ll\: \i' 1', :; .S'i..{ :: r'i" ; : ' .;;..; .. ," : ' . . ':.
t "Female. MIIIOnr! )'." between Fifteenth and Six- the advisability'among other things, of without being/,thoroughly' connected, . ...1..' ... ";' .

street, was painfully burned the appointment) by the city council, of: but we now ha e.a system, it behooves .. . '... d-
Nearly -three hundred the \OOy' last Tuesday morning. an inspector of public works who would. our council to give us the best service ',- .. I _...._.
pent ]last week by the St.: t /!'. MoGilI was standing rnf&V small have! authority to condemn unsanitary, possiUluntil( septic tanks are installed.

i pie,for amusement alone. ": '-heater when her clothing caught unsafe buildings, inspect sidewalks, 1 called upon the' Board of Trade to investigate ; F '. .

.. and before the flames were extin I (flews, etc. The necessity of these inspections I.. oat sewer system and the unsanitary .,. . ,". .

-- Rev: BanyanStephena of by her father, who threw a still remain I also. suggested : : plumping now being carried .... . '
Church at Kissimmee ., allllut her she wag badly i on July lit that the city secure some on here; I also called upon .Ur. ,Hicks, I' ,

{ G. A. R. hall on Sunday 1 Dr. Chunn was called in at blue prints of. tile city's sewer and i state representative of the. Board of :
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I < and he reports| h r to be out water system: (These prints came to Health for this city, In reference. to the FOR: : SALE V .

.,,. Rev. and Mrs. J. B. danger Mid recovering rapidly. hand two' weeks ago). Have the city I same matter. Palao' ictUled the atten

little son Hugh-are lots. numbered, also the necessity of Jukedl"the, cooperation this .

., .at the M. E.' conference The St. Cloud colony site is on the rigid sanitary inspection. Eight of my I matt .elf the 1 hyliea Of the V I. S. '. r ...

Y St.-Petersburg. ... between the Gulf of Mexico suggestion were taken up by the Board Our local'papers ,are sending broadcast 'i

M, -. J I ', ,the Atlantic O
ThL W.: C. T. U. held : swamps the, uniformity tempera-. council to' act upon. The council has : city.! It is up to ''th-m: to support '. i

nightly meeting last the ozone-laden breezes from salt seen fit to table these suggestions, and +, society and individual I r who entteavors'idkeep every!l ..-..-.Q-Iocr\\ about I; .one mile from the. Court House. / I ..

"large number of ladies .. and, the h health-giving emna-I: all other communications 1 have sent I our city I in* a clean state, and not Farm lies beautifully splendid view"of the "wn"'alld 'IakQ! ( .t. --

Metzger of Illinois end from the pine woods) all contril- them. If 1 am eccentric in my ideas, I' to hide -fljrfff the 'gaze of the public .
;d I ,12 acres of the land has beetf cleared and plowed. Entire I.
} t Indiana made the principal to the general liealthfulness/ of the so are the members 8f the Board of unsanitary conditions: It i is up to the

r of the afternoon. The Trade who represent the citizens of trustees of the,/bonds of our water and .1 20 acres has rabbit-proof.fence! around jt with two gates,

place boxes for literature 1- this town. But in, common courtesyour sewer system to take notice how mat- I1 There is about 8acres of very rich land, very productive.' .
and G. A. R. hall The man who comes to St. Cloud'' ideas should I be thrashed out by the ters are with these systems 'It Is

1 k 'can find school doors open to his I city council, and the grain if there be to our:..citizens. to; get the best service up This is the making of one'of the finest propositions the _.

1a The Woman's Club of St. .! .. and his wife will not sifter any winnowed from the chalT. It is they can possible for the money they 1 country. Can build with an east front overlogVing the -

n lone om' and pioneering hard- too much to advocate rigid plumbingand have expended and
a called meeting on Monday 1 are spending on city. The 12 acs is good citrus fruit land and thebalance
Ot the president, Dr. E. C. The (inept type of American sewerage inspection, and ,that the public improvements. I I Ii t

Important matters relative .. are already here. Greet plumbers be forced to abide by the city I Public improvements are open to discussion extra fine trucking and farming. This Jarm should pay

tvork was discussed The are extended: to newcomers by ordinances which have been advocatedby < in a public manner, and the i great returns if judiciously handled ten times the amount

will be at the home .of the with whom it is a pleasure. to the city council but have been Ignored -1! more open, the discussion, the better
i of that 'many acres tin the north and. w st. Will make
Mrs. Lou Hendrix, on by them and thoqe\ in the same service citizens will receive. '

uary 26th. at 3 p.rn.' "A business as myself in this town. After Personally, 1 endeavor to treat my --f/ 'favorable terms of payment to parties desiring to purchase

the world" by the'" club There is ecomomy in a. mild climate. tbe city council accepted my bond for fellow man with fairness and politeness.
8 where can have all all advantages of good school) and church
menced at tt ''meptfng. costs the Northern farmer as much sewer laying!!, they allowed a man I always have and I hope 1 always will I

e Hyre will,give the first part shelter his stock as it does to shelter without a bond to lay second-class sewer speak wh'at I believe to be the truth privsleges and live in a most healthful and delightful climate .

r Starting from St. Cloud family. Here animals graze out all pipe which was contrary to the city ordinance regarding matters pertaining to the in the United States. I I.

ville,to New York and and, only require occasional I and connect laterals to the main public welfare, regardless of any indi- ,

pool Every lady ,' .. from north winds and this can sewer without any inspection, my pipe I' vidual's private feeling. My motto is J I .
"Live and let live naught
work is especially invited. provided by a roof and three sides, lying idle) in the meantime. The remnant but a blathering hypocrite If 1 and am I .

east-and west. of the pipe used by this) man was It11\ for the |joibiic and my friends knocker to I I. 4o acres of. land about three miles from. Kissimmee I

The "Old -Maids I bough by another firm and laid ty judge.< !: Yours truly, one mile from railroad station school and church. 20
by local talent last Thur The social environments of St. Cloud them, as has also been laid a second 11. Edmond Swabey. 1

and Saturday evenings to the best. in'the liind. We have car load of .second-class terra-cot pipe CUTTING HIS PANTS.A i acres fencec and cleared. About 2 acres of orange grove.

each night, was considered rat p .I'n a I and social organizations, by the same company, contrary to the Four-room house, stable, chicken house and well of good
I .. and schools, and a hearty wel- is
ordinance. Sanitary sewer pipe
entertainment ever given in city Funny Man's Criticism of the Sartorial 20
water. acres of timber. Price $1800.00/: ;. favorable
Mrs. J. B. Weatcott had is extended all comers, who glazed: on both sides Artist's.Efforts. .I I I.

,. Void maids" and took one I homes under the mildest Hides in "When 1 asked the city council whether When a tailor puts you on the measuring terms of payment.

ing parts in the plfty.. The American Union. plain P traps were admissible, as box, with a man guarding the

1 Bum realized wasJbr the peel upon by the plumbing inspector, door so that you rnrj't get away and -t
I In time to come the sea will supply Major Porter, they answered me and
piano fund of ttab W. R. C.
another making a Look on the game, We have near this, one 10-acre one 20-acre and one
world with variety of food.
outside talent-who were the'' a great be reels off something like this as lu I
has the longest coast of of admissible 40-acre farm, with improvements them. for sale at
old maldsf'; were the : any I goes about you with hIs )111111, nilrlu< 1 on en-
Edith Westcott dramatic elates, and great -harvests will be future" were to be complied with cOuragin'g I
.. tape: 13-2-11-1f.-8-9-18-11-4t 'f i I ... .. in these deeps in the auk the council I :
Mrs. Heard years May city why a '
(i.L'Af' ,}b rionatorj: ; ; Gee. you'reo'I'Ionllll\ { to get n froulralu't ...
Ted Whitcomb reader ; :I us.Down I plumber under bond is not lined for I you?-CVi,- 17 side und two. Mp'. ; I -

7 Scbomaker pianist; Miss I f violating the city ordinances, or made to I JlmiLile-33Vi-30--C IlI" jou; I-OIIH-. In tomorrow I II I
vocalist; Miss Dorothy ; in this country the Northern I'to tear out and replace inferior unsanitary or Krtdiiy: ?-1U- I will find that he does not need to work ? The late plumbing-
Mr. Leonard Martin I j
I a flat did you -S---CU..tOIll: of sizes and different stages of improvement, some inside of
dian. The St. Cloud Brass I up his children in winter to protect spector passed work done by my shop the house to have u denuhlt ou ull orders

4 red Delightful music during from\ sleet; storms, snow; and which, when 1 saw was contrary to -10-WLot was that lust, Jliiiinte, the corporate limits of the town that we can sell at prices

ings..ITZMS. .. I : I ordinance, but not unsanitary I replaced did I any' Oh, make It 23 In the middle that can not be disputed

-1t'lii't I as ordinance directed i, and I contend -TVliat did you say your inline '

Of INTEREST ( Of. i that any man or company! who has the 'was, mister?" '. \ -_.- -..

J FROM THET. welfare of the city at heart will do like- Now,( nobody can make any cambl <(*' ; J. "., ': ; ;. '' !-' 7ii "
CITf' COUN'cILI the nation of the foregoing figures which /'. \\W' \ haves fine truck farms-withf- ;
'. ; -THE wise I am not here to poison peo. : ; splendiclaftesiarV;{ f'.owS'VJng -
'sik.r:' .! -.--- *'- which allows will spell anything like a decent pulr ) , .:, fl' i l kt '; #" ; : I
1 : pie by defective plumbing, of But the tailor nothing,: ,# wellsT-cbnyenient/ to-townl'some'}wtll'fmetla1t'e'ifront.| '.
Mr.Edmond H. Swabey pants cares ., \ ; .. ;;
V I sewer gas to escape, but wish to earn whatever about the which he *. ..k'ileae,* *'*."'>k t iw'\.. 'wi -;-43},,,<#>ctpi' i of,rth. Pioneer Plumbing 'Kissimmee, Fla., Jan. 16, 1911, an_honest living, and to be look figures Full particulars to interested'parties.. V'. V- :'" .t
simmee, was in town today The Council met in regular adjournd ,.. call. out to Jlmml nbd'lnd.l''ro makesno
I I my fellow man squarely in the.face. If reference to them In his later operations t
the Tribune with a call. : there being present T.
M'I 1 make mistakes I am willing to rectify lie knows the pants won't .
e looks far a big jump in ) president; J. M. Hanwll, I
them under the direction of a competent fit, anyhow so wliat'w tbe use? If
ywhen/ our Incorporation is Makinson, and J. R. Gilbert, clerk. II building inspector. you watch him yon will discover that Splendid new house of four large rooms. five closets.
and jsUtes that business In The following resolution was Intro-
I Surely it is High time for the city be usually takes up some other man's Nipe porches and verandas. Beautiful scenery surrounding -
: good. and unanimously adopted :
measurements when he undertakes
realize the seriousness of the
I I Resolved That the superintendent of council to tbe laying out 'of that particular gar fine view'of the lake and town. This is a desirable I
situation before them and to
now carry
Electric Plant shall
The Veterans' Association, : Light be in ment on which he puts your name. proposition and will make an elegant home for
charge of the Electric Light out the city ordinances, impartially: anybody
ular last Having selected from the mass of
netting Saturday
sMs t ,officers, aa) follows: I' dynamos and engines and the The pressure of sewer gas has already papers on bis desk a set of figures desiring. a nice place to live convenient to town.
) superintendent shall' be in
backed uo the filth of the .main sewerin
which suits him, be behind his
KInney; vice-president, J, charge of water and sewer plant goes ,
"' I S. I. to have the care of boilers and some of the laterals. This state of counter, yawns, looks In the glass .-- -_-
rev. .'v'secretary-treasurer Considerable'other,business anti to take charge of tapping things is due by obstructions In the' smooths down Ids hair, hunts for the
i":+ and to superintend all taps to mains. When I stated before the city place where he left his cigar and at We have several cottages from within two to three
p ,acted and the usual water and sewer mains and collect c'o u n c i I I was being discriminated last picks up a thlfeg} which looks\!. like
+.,:'+e' '" Addresses I""'" made.. ordinance all taps and water rents same.! aa provided against, I meant it and I still mean it a board rule, with a curve In the corner blocks of the| business center of town. For sale' on most I

1. { :-- Resolved, further!: That the superin As I court the-water test as ordered in like a hockey stick. If you are favorable terms and at prices that are hard 'to duplicate.Call .

jr'r ;.. ,Its different In St Cloud of the Electric Light Plant Section 16, and am the only plumber not watching'him he will probably

t 'y i wbat It was a year. ago. T keep a daily expense account, applying it, I, with the citizens of this cut. your pants by ear and will not --- -
'few Now amount of. wood, oil and other bother to use this Implement, but If
+ f'I conveniences. we used, said report to be filed town are not receiving fair play. The you Insist upon Inspection hell makea for
t (\ '' to-daU on us figures on any kind of property.
town with excellent
the city clerk on the 1st day of cost of applying this test averages six pretense of scientific use of this instrument -
J ,d r,;. all .kinds; and there is no month. dollars to the plumber on each job, and whose real nature or purpose I

person' to, .end away for Re.olved't' further. That the assistant it is a safeguard to our citizens. In the no human being' knows or ever .
..I' rintenJel't) shall be required to
r 1 needs Of the household, a similar report covering expen matter of drum traps, Section 35, I will know. V
F 1 ''pianos." We have good of water plant. have been discriminated against, as I What the tailor Is thinking of as be Nelson Realty

f "{I churches, a -National bank, On motion, it was so. ordered that Mr.' have complied with the city ordinance; ; begins to make chalk marks In a piece I ,.. .
t printing office In,' the state apPointed of blue paper, using this rule as a
N W. Prentis be to assist other plumbers have not, and their
straight edge. Is the "joy ride" he Ir
I ., the large cities! and many. clerk arid superintendent of the work, presumably, has been .passed going to have with Marie In his new CompanyOver

"things.. ', Light Plant to prepare blanks upon. Section 23 calls specifically for auto that evening. It makes no difference :
V '( making said reports.. certain led pipe 'of different caliber to to him whether the chalk slipsor .'
+ : I ff,: 'The Acv H. J. Mathlas, of revising/ the registration books, be of certain weights. Has this section not nor Is It Important how far Citizens Bank ),

,.'wasln,, St., Cloud W council adjourned to meet Monday, t I been complied with and others of like along this or that angle he allows the .

i ; e purpose, of meeting / I 23; A. D. 1911. I nature T Let the city council take an straight or curved line to run. He Kiss mtriee Florida '

-, a learning of the "number of T. M. Rivers, President.j. interest in our city's plumbing: work knows they are not going to fit, anyhow ,

that church in town. It I la his I!. Gilbert, Crerk. and ascertain for themselves. What so why should be bother about it "

;r ''('arrange"for organization -..::::--- ------- the citizens are against now is''Ineffective overmuch The only hope you can .

al + .ran congregation here, and Putting Jn the Tim unsanitary, unauthorized plumbing possibly hare meantime Is the one

'., ranged with Dr. F. J5 H. gentleman wai engaging a general being installed daily, with inspection raised In your bosom when the tailor ....
I I I from behind the counter looks up) and
latter to receive nines and and telling him what he wanted :in the past which was a farce. This says: "Jlmmle, why In' tbe world

i ; of any who are Interested, to do. "You will, have to clean :I; class of work will brin; disease and didn't you mark the name on this \

.' .(o Mathias'will be glad to bear window. and the boots and the ,!, discontent among our people and will cent's pants Oh, well, never mind.. .

t direct and so messages chop wood, be the means of driving away and The tanur uues-oil'making several

1'. abort crass, mind the bone and keeping away, progressive citizens. cute little pictures on the blue paper

The engineers say the ,., look after the garden and keep What I am now about to say I do insober by aid of this curved thing, which has

Will b. completed in-1913. house supplied with vegetables and earnestness Taking into consideration numbers scattered along It here and ,

i ti. much for Florida. Our state any old Job that Is required and the small fall of our sewer there. He draws In several laoaclestriangles : ,.

that coming artery of suitable yon willet 10 shilling a system' added to the unsystematic converging at more or less .
r ..k.Ie." the same point; but, met liking the
I Ident Taft has just been down there manner fri which it is being bandied it looks of these, he rubs oat some of the 1

';1;:'look .I It over It is his slx h the man.What any. clay In the garden_ is just a ma time, short or long, lines and tries over again Then he

.'! makes yon ask asked when theR'.untY: of pestilence will be forgets which ones he rubbed out. It

{ \I'' . .The Seminole Land and xBtl muL. roaming in our midst, and-those lIe rand makes BO difference anyhow. At-laist
are"" Compsny'-haa set aside for was tlOnkhir I could make ]bricks dear to us will bestricken down, be stands off critically gases upon the ,

",' .pose of .building boat houses my spare time., said the man. perhaps we ourselves ,Then it will be too pattern which he has been -casting < .
'Jlt.: , i togs two desirable locations Mali late to commence trimming cur mpa. makes a hit or rouse crosswise dab
with the chalk which determines
jr tt It ,'It'front' one; pear Ohio for at Now is the time t...throw light u n wholly tqr chance. tow long' your pastsgoing V V<1
this office
-I".i' ""r. ..... Dakota arena/ ,As { the subject of sanitary improvewentiu to be--and smiles to himself. ,
ya:'.%,.tr.l. j. -re., 'pDI&ed. ..leases will be C cents a hundred. ".B.. iur/ .we spw'rlglit and then go ._ 8rT boYdv's; !,tecadnLw r i
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was gobbling: 'fot'6tockton; as 'he WM+ FLA. DIVISION .tJ.- C. V. , proceed with-this work without 1 .J P

MIAMI TO 'TAMPACompany.Fofined only abilsing his original/ spouse by de delay, and the camps and individual

J cluing that her stocking was down,', W' comrades who now hold, or .may here''';

e qr< eing 'a sort of turkey hint that her MaJor' General Pasco in. Command.. after collect :any moqey for this pur THE ,

With time was'out.. pofe, are directed to' pay the same to -JAKE L KE" TRIP
$1,000,000 Interesting Program.On .
Captain Blount has moved his .company anyone of these trustee, taking.receipts

.... I 4. Capital to Build a Railroad Con. to another hunting location., assuming command, Major.\ Gen for the same, and alI amounts' 'I ,

'. ,., .' \ : feeding These Gties.. :- Mr. John Crosby waft a visitor at.the' eral Pasco issued J&e following)order collected and so paid over should be reported :'
\ Inn[ tolling; some Interesting stories' "' to these I I -
'I No. 1 :' 'I .. headquarters before the
A ,f ; r about times as they, were and should be.. Headquarters Florida/ Division United next annual.reunion.. I' LAUNCHES: ,

(' ,For the purpose "of constructing a Mr. Bob Donegal.' brought/ us a bud- .Confederate.. Veterans, Th'e1 Florid. division done well in .

railroad across ,the peninsula Connect! get of n.&WI.from yoiMcdty. MonticelloFla., Dec.. .'20. 1910. determining to erect a 'memorial: in SJST.SWANJjD. I '*1

trig the wonder city Tampa on the west Hunters paradise h.aaxbeen. invaded General Order No; 1, honor'of the women of the Confederacy: : "ME 2" '
:With:tbe .of Miami on,.the and the dears and beaux areajjflCering 'action Their ardor '
"r' : magic city i . The unanimous of the re re- patriotic their patient endurance . ., CAPT. SAUNDERS 1'
east, and thereby filling a longfeltneed their several excuse sentatives Of the Camps of: a i- and their tender ministration *'

I the 'Atlantic, Okeechobee & Gulf'J&ilway The proposed new railroad i i.riot yet vision, United Confederate V.tera should long since have been perpetuated
: Company has been organized, in sight. although surveyors are numerous at the 'anrroal reunion''held at. Barto In bronze' or marble 'while there were ;

4,! *4ny. the Tampa Tribune. The capital ,. and the wonders, they spread cut October,19th and 20th, in electing e pore of..our 'comrades to .share the' LEAVE DOC T< D.AIL'Y''Ir

*' .. "I.... -Stock of the big company will be tl,000,> for( future actions,! is] wonderful to keepIn as .division commander, to succeed tionor,and responaibilityof the work. j '

OOO)()(), and as much more as will give the mind. ] Major GeneralJohn C. Davant,. has Let'it not be longer delayed. Each .

company 110,000 stock at par for each As I am hardly in tune for article been ratified by the comDljLnde\\.in-ehiet", year our numbers grow smaller and A. 2.' .

mile of constructed road. Principal writing this evening! I will lay..down. General George: W. Gordon, and I have the energy,, vigor and ability of the 8.30 M., AND P. Itfi. 3 3O9

offices wilt this city. this stupid old lead pencil and take a beenduly commissioned by him as survivor /grow lees Good< progress has

,,|7o? Gpvemoe.. Gilchrist application.for fresh start on my return home. Rex: major general, arid have' entered 'upon been made during'the past year, and the -! --- -" .

. ..Otera,patent, incorporating the com- the discharge of the duties of this honorable success that has been achieved should

I i panywill be made February'18. Those DAVENPORT position with an earnest desire incite us' to new'efforts.and greater ac-;

make e application include Daniel A. to promote the purposes for which our tivity. I recommend that the'commission -

'Simmons.; Francis B. McGarry, the order was organized, and to carry out designate early date for a new KISSIMMEE.PARK.

j' Broward Land Company, A. H. West, Items of Interest From That Thriving the plans of work for the coming yearon call' for subscriptions in every camp r

I Walter Graham/ Robert L. Riley, H. C. the special lines marked out by the throughout the state and snggett the .
iI i/ Ferrlot, Hunter W. Raiford J.-0. Mc- Little T ow l. division at the meeting in' Bartow. birthday of General Robert E(Lee the .. ..

II I Pherson, E: E. West and Mayor Mr. Chas Parriah has beeori'le' alarmedat It gives 'me pleasure to state that, 19th day of January, \My -

ii.I William S. Jordan of Jacksonville.The the way the pines are being cut notwithstanding the severe storm which Benjamin W. Partridge*, of Camp -

i. ..+;...-. ...'. board -directors will consist of down and fearing-a lumber.- aminehe prevailed over large/ part of she east, Fatten Anderson_ WoJ>9.. Monticello, ... .

some of the best known men in the has opened an experimental brick yard.If em and southern sections of the state was appointed adjutant general and

.. state. The road will\ open up a section the sand which underlies the surface just before the time fixed for the_reunion chief of staff, .with the rank of colon, ,
I Ii i ;- of Florida unknown to many people and of. the land here will make brick, we the attendance was large, and and he will Be obeyed! and respected accordingly

I, fl -!, IIbe\ productive of developing/ a will never be without building materialin the comrades who attended the meetingwere I .! Return 11,30: A. M. and 5:00: P.M1' }

"j great farming section and the building Davenport entertained with a generous and It w'aa ordered, that the selection of I ,

up of a number of tourists resorts be- Since our last .issue, MI(:. Fish of St. warm-hearted hospitality which gave I the place for the next annual reunionbe

\' .een Tampa and Miami. Elmo. III., has arrived with hie family every /guest the assurance of a welcome, left to the executive committ e, and

Successfully consummated it wiil and a car load of goods. from the hour when we reached the Generals. H. Jew ll..J. A. Cox and p

I revolutionize transportation circles in recent letter from Mr. E. C. Fanner city until the time of departure. The W. H. Long/ were appointed on this Bathing Hunting Fishing't

Florida, affording; quicker freight and of Chicago tells in that he i I. to move debris of the storm had been removed; committee.

i,, passenger/ communication between the the general office of the Florida Devel- the 8tree and houses were gaily and The general commanding also announces -

principal city of the west coast and of opment Company to Davenport. He appropriately decorated; the glad hand that at the meeting of the sev-

I i South Florida and, after Jacksonville, also announces that Davenport is to was extended to the wearers. of the eral brigades the following commanders .. __ _n___ __ ____
iI the largest; city of the east coast. have a-, there we nearly told. It'sa gray wherever they went and. each have been elected for the present military :-

The main line of the- company will secret, and we won't tell. Just evening they were in the city a social yfler : First brigade Brigadier

I begin from a point close to this city and watch.In or literary entertainment was preparedwith General C. V. Thompson, whose head- ;

.extend .eaStwitrd through the countiesof a letter from Mrs. Fannie Grei'Oire singing/ and recitations, to which a quarters are at Pensacola; Second
II I Hillsborough, Polk DeSoto Lee, of DeWitt, la, we learn that is it generous invitation was extended to Brigade, Horatio Davie, at Gainesville! ;
I Palm Beach and Dade, of which Miami twelve degrees below zero up) there. every comrade in attendance. For all Third Brigade W. H. Johnson at Bar-

II ,. is the county seat. A branch, beginning these preparations and attentions we
y. Well it is quite. different here our tow.The
i I .' at Melbourne, Brevard county I thermometers registered eighty-five sincerely thank' our comrades of the F. division headquarters will be at

I, will extend through the counties of above zero last weeK and It Is no cooler S. Bartaw Camp,' No. 284, the fair Monticello until otherwise ordered.

B rev ar St Lucie, Osceola, DeSoto.Manatt'e ladies of Father Ryan Chapter and Samuel Pascal,
t7I t and Hillsborough counties to Sell that overcoat and sleigh and a other good people\ of the beautiful iMtyof Major General Commanding.
Tampa. There will also be a branch Bartow who assisted them. Benjamin W. Partridge .
line from Businger, in Owceola. county, few more of those things we know iOU" Thirty-one camps were represented. Adjt. Gen. and Chief of Staff ..
have and "get below the frost line.
northerly to the recently formed colony Harmony and good-will prevailed and
and present thriving town of St. Cloud. We air making spring gardens and the delegates and visitors returned to

I The officers, who are to direct the some picking people violets like here to be right But their homes well,ploaaed with their visit Throw Out the Line. K% \\ 'L'fS k Ic

destinies of this big project and who and full of praisefor the royal mannerin L
.M r. and, Mrs. J. E. Bowen are enjoy-
wili have their offices here, include: which they had been entertained.
Ilobert H. ing a visit from Miss Billy Bowen and fi\\'o'\ the Kidneys Help and Many: EANss
H. C. Farnot. president
; I announce with great pleasure that
Mrs. Ann Lanier of Bullock Ga., sis- Kl ltntnee People Will
I Riley first vice president; Walter,Graham ters of Mr. Bowen General Davant was made an honorary I I Be Happier : j'11 } ;r,, ee
of Arcadia, second vice president;
II commander of the division for life in
I A. II. West third vice president; Daniel ]It was our delight to spend! a lovely token of the regard felt for him and !i I ; ''t'1'IGUA >
j "Throw Out the Life Line
former day at the beautiful home of Mr. and! -
A. secretary
; the high' appreciation in which, his valuable .
.,'cited States Senator W. If. Milton," Mrs. Bowen recently and we know servicfes are held. ,I The kidntys need help. 1\ "

feasurer, and F B. McGarry, gonernlcounsel. that their vmitorn. ;from Georgia will :I (General Davant in presenting to the They are overworked-can't get the
hate home. if havea i poison. filtered out of the blood.
. -" to return even they
,division.. Sister Esther Carlotta president -
+ Hiram Elroy win be chief engineer pleasant home to go to. The trees of the United Daughters of the They are getting worse very. minute..

He was for three years an engineer at are hanging loaded with golden orangesaid Confederacy of the state. stated thata Will ybu help them ? I

the Panam.a-tarsal and i has had consid- grapefruit and dozens of rosebushes "special rank and title had been Doao's Kidney Pills have brought a \ r
of in full bloom thousands of kidney sufferers back from
erable railroad building. every
experience in coined in her behalf, namely, 'Princess
Books for the subucnbtion of stock while now and then other flowering the verge of)deapair.Will .
of the Division, State of Florida Con- If
.. shrubs lend their rich! coloring,making! cure any form of kidney trouble.
will open u'lthm thirty days after the / federate Veterans..' .
I stockholders a charming picture and a (setting for Mrs. R. L. Seaver Kissimmee Fla.y
I ,. first ;organization meeting of The comnfander general calls atten-
offices the hospitable home of our friend and says: "My back ached constantly and
this to be held in the of tion to the following subject., which
I "the Florida Trust Company, the second his charming family: and he ia a lucky were submitted tti-. the division while made me miserable Every time I
: who finds himself within its doers, stooped or attemped to lift my suffering
,' t.. ,, Tuesday In March of this year, man the reunion was in session, for( special
,; All i in the railroad arc for there he finds happiness, good cheer was, increased. I could not rest .
interested action during the coming ; '
/ year
and found well and mornings felt weary and lan N
refinement, not everywhere.
prominent either in this state or in New 1 A more liberal! appropriation by
Nearly a car load of orange and grape- guidI finally learned of the effectiveness ....
Orleans.__ n __ fruit trees were unloaded here this the state legislature for the\ support of of Doan's Kidney Pills in such QUAKER CITY FLOUR MILLS CO. "
the Old Soldiers' Home in Jacksonville.To .
morning.It cases and procured a box from, the Kiasimmee -
LAKE WINDER aid in securing this, it was recom- PHILADELPHIA
Drug Co. They gave me prompt
is reported that Mr. Moody has mended that appropriate petitions to
relief and in a short time e tirly re. 1
sold his place to Mr. Fish of St. Elmo
the legislature be prepared by the different -
I / moved the backache and 'weak
Letter from Our Regular kidney
Interesting III. We will hate to lose our'.neighbor, Confederate organizations the

Correspondent.Rex Mr. Moody but we certainly welcomeMr. I state urging that the appropriation for ness.For
sale by all dealers. Price 60 eta.
Fish. the of each inmatebe
support permanent
has eastward since Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y., sole
journeyed We have heard of people who tried to increased to $20 per month
article and is at agents for the United States.
\ his last
-wt Iting prevent 'paint the old town red" but not so 2. To make available the appropriation -
with Mr. W. M. Sjmmons Remember the nameDoan'landtak.e
domiciled with Mr. Parrish. He seem to be..tryIn I of 15,000()( ( made by the atate legislature -
and his esteemed family, and must confess ; to paint Davenport green, at least in 1907 for the construction of a no other. Osceola Lumber

that ,it- .wi,,1 be deeply rrg etted his part of it, for he has painted his monument in honor of the Florida soldIers : .
I when the times comes to depart from w T. r
office and residence green. who participated in the battle of
here. We left Tracyborough last Mon Chickamauga. After this appropriationwas The New Orleans Tea and

day for a flying/ trip' to Cocoa and wehave Th'ln the a.L made the payment of the money --=Company-
been taking in the town to cur held that the sea
/ Tbe Pythagoreans was delayed by a subsequent act whichis Coffee Store ', t
utmost satisfaction, and in .our present was salt by reason of the tears sbed by still in force A committee of five

location are pleased with ourselves and Kronos, father of Zeus. According to was appointed to confer with the governor Next door to Fraternity Hall DEALERS W-___ ._-__-___ ._._ ..i
surroundings. The trip across the lake the old Hebraic tradition the ocean and request him to bring this mat- sells the highest grade of coffees '

and through the river was a most was originally a great body of freshwater ter to the attention of the I legislature/ carries and teas a' at different the lowest grade price of coffee It Rough and Dressed Lumber ,

delightful/ novelty new to one who had but which was made aalt by the so that-there may be such action as will from any other store in the city, and
never before traveled over such an expanse abundant tears of the fallen angels. make the appropriation available and all who have tried it declare it to be.

of water on so small a vessel.\ One sect of' Baddhlnta. -beUeve that the committee was directed-to urge the the best they ever tasted. WINDOWS, DOORS .." :.

We found Cocoa to be an interesting Lot's wife-that la to say the "pillar of state legislature to complete what has ,
town much the Klaaim- salt" which was once the wife of the III""EE, FLORIDA
been well The
J named above-r-lles so begun. following/ UM&i'I
humble gentleman
nee was before the boom struck it; the
comrades .
at the bottom of the ocean In a certain were appointed, on this com-
J inhabitants appeared! friendy hospitable narrow strait and that once each year mittee : John M. Martin, William NOVELTVNORKS"' ': ;
? j and easy to trade with when you have the waters of all oceans flow through Hood, Samuel Pasco, Benjamin W. W. C- BASSWholesale ; 41

] /"the money and pay them their prices. that narrow channeL The Talmudic Partridge and J. A. Cox.

I We found an O. K. K'd livery stable writers say that It was never salt until 3.0The construction of a memorial to and Retail] GENERAL BUILDING, MATERIAL ': : I'

II with a strong/ key attachment and other Mooea wept repentance after breaking the women of the South.A .- Dealer ,. '"
I :'Jitns of Interest which we have hardly tbe tables of ston ,.. N
has been
sum collectedfor -
JI' > Free Delivcr All Parts of
room for in this article. Our trip was this purpose and General Jewell yto a.trJ/! ,
strictly a business one which Fresh Beef Pork and /' ',. .
was completed A Royal Exile's Reception. called for additional subscriptions to fin
1 1I' .. in about two days and our return In the memoirs of; Princess Murat which there was a response from nearly ,

, ./* having been delayed by matters of im- there Is an Indignant description of every camp through Its representative.The Mutton o _. p M
I' > r porlance will cause us to remain III. "
I\ away the reception accorded, Napoleon total amount of the raised -'
A fl.from home for several days. At the to -England. 1871: and promised is about PHONE 4-t. ..., .\.\....\.................-.-.-...-- .. "'....-a

Borough all was in good shape when we "Wnen the emperor went to Windsor A board of three trustees was con. "i WHAT IT MEANSi'!! I'' '
-- lefty The Governor. was away on a by the qneon's Invitation accompanied stituted to take charge of the =
money Mane people do not know what
a Beak' C.W tal N for:oe as dlfrereeos be- '
cow-hunting expedition and the good bjr the Due de Baasano and already collected and to take steps to S.I1. -5' !-wan s bank oIl"t 0. ao c.plll: _sad owe with a \aflrl oapUal. -

, lady of the Inn was away on a week's the officers of his suit, he found that secure such further amounts as are BULLOCK .A BAND'S! CAPITAL AND 8UILPLU. -a
.! visit to relatives.. The conservative only a small pony carriage had been to out the undertaking i I Ie Oe tend that peteet. &h.d.IIo.. lrora I..... ikerefon the "*" wfctockboUUrs' .la the *
necessary wiser protection tae d.palters .as e. rbla .hawk hr ?*
I 'I'II gobbler was surveying his broad domain ant to meet him-all that was tbou.chtDeCee8al7 and to deposit all the funds in some appalfund .. :...... ... .. ............. .....Nopiear .
a ,,,and had bean on a tour of inspection to for a fallen BOYera.a'DThe! ESTATE n; .. ... .. ....... ... tt.1IO ,
I .
of the empress was loud In expressing her bank, at a rate of interest not less than liability ..... .....I'"........... 60._ lit k-. _\I ,J.

I der some to find a neighboringswamps fresh scratching ground in or- outraged feelings' .. e Lord OranQle 4 per cent per annum, taking such steps TNSURANCEExamination !I I eku .... ..... ... .......... .. -! >. 'of"... : l 'i--..: "" ..
and ,141''. Gladstone'.were, I.know. as maybe necessary for its security.The I fits o/ue ire4an.t 1-.II6OOQGO betot-e 4.palton t .. J...r.l. p" s
pew ttoolq -
for his wile "t I" "
new -rr
we .
I suppose, horrified when they heard of the blan division appointed General Will- I Tble YOO. c'f f :
I has granted him a divorce from his old der. I thin that an apology wan sent lam H.Jewell, Orlando; Bishop 'E. G. ( .
flame he positively her of Titles a I STATE BANK OF KISSIMMEE I : ''
as Ignores 'b'
presence to his) majesty: blaming some official Weed. Jacksonville, and CoL BenjaminW. .1 4i' A
and has taken up with one of of the court toP the tactleae lDdY1J1q.- .. I -- 1
Partridge Monticello \ .
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upon Ktaaaaa.atts'Rt...
i., arrivals; ] ; It i la auppesed that we Specialty. oretoAt :J.A. \ '
Old taliiofflce board nd..- have . .
for sale at' they .
I were mistaken. .when we supposed, he at,20- eeata newspaper. .Re I *-100.. , . Iwitboat| oompeaeation aenej,'They,.to.are.serve,re. ;I I I Correspondence Solicited. I O. A. Oat.n.Wwe JOHW .. '...a.. .aao1l''W.> \\I.: 'ik.;>> .. .,"\1'' 'f. ".,

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:Kissimmee Telephone Director '191-2 Tarbox, G; E, Rc" A.TON : x rPUBLIC :'i'l,;'

di :J'122. Thomas,, Roma. "'., . ..,. Rs NbflCEl I ;,
7-4 .Thomaaon;; Dr. F. G ""OfficeJ26" _Assorted. Red Ba id. '.

The following iomj>riBesr.the list of subscribers the phone,, Thonjaao'n, Dr. F;::C. . Res; .. A. )t

which will. be printed In pamphlet form in a.fewday. ,:. '.' ',;..' . .78 Thomps n,'J.. W". . : . Res (DANDIEStOn .I. When..wishing. to'blY! your little 'gifts why not'l look .over; '
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. '' "., 1.. I'... ::2-L.. "HUII. H;, .:.' Ioa I 4-L Tindal.'M1/; ', T M ;'..;.Lake Jlart THE HOLIDAY TRADE .. ('iI)/ ," 1 J a,varied. stock of pret ents'ranging II .. ;";".\ ''.. .
,'; .. ;'\: ,,. 87 A. C. L,, . .A', . . .Ttcketomcq I.. 197. Hyatt.. UfTC... U ,.'.'.' ,.t.1.', .:..,."Qffice., ; .30 TriploU.,?.,,1:, ,'. ve-' "ol>.', '. -' lu>a You coulde"t. the 40c'klnd,:t ,.; . '. 1 Octo, . "' ., ;"' ..'! ; .; I. 44-: .. Tress, Mrs; A. -.. ? .";". : ? Store but we'eiell' lt' I .
20 A. C.. L. . . . . . .Freight Office : : :
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I .. I. I : .'. 11 it 1 Tuck, Mrs. II. A. :...':. .. . ,Ra 'SHdP" '
: : GIFT
,I .. 173: Aver, C. L . . . . . . . Ret '' ONE POUND 15c "yl I Efc- t te :
101 Plant." .. .1-*. .'.. > ' .1 II 1 ::
188 Armstrong. . : : . . . . . . Res tcc i-'i// '.1t.' V. I :
tit I 180 AulUnan, S. B. . . . . . . Rei 199 Ingram Li-:: ii' .- "....">."* .. Stable '' TWO POUNDS 25d ,, .
1 E, ; 85 Ingram/ L. H ,,, . . ",.'.. ". .. ,;..Rea.I 11' Valley Gazette. . ... ... ;:,: .(;ftfce "* .. . .. : ,I'
B .. W3 Vans Agnew & Crawford..Office Put in your( order early' and' get :a'. f .. (Spmething Different.. ). f , .: '! '" '
.. .J. J. Vans & Jenkins. . Office I good assortment. : I'" 4IINus
81 Agnew. '
'& Bank State!: . . :Cashier's Oflice Can'ell CocoafiTtl "
Orange H'ood Svurcjiirs,
. i 41 Jarrell. A. ri.. Drug Shire: 147 .-Vans Agnew, F. . . Rt-a.: :
142/ Bank, State .President's.Office 1 I ll'ood Novelties
... ". 150 Bank,.Citizens. . . *' '. '100, 'JarrelJ' A. n .. . . R** 9 Van 'Duzor, W. L" .Oflice I City fruit.Store and lolacco Jars, Palmetto '.

r .. 189 Bass, Rull . . ?, . .Market I 46 Johnson, Capt. Clay ." RH! 1 144 Van Duzor, Thomas Ret ) Tarpon Fish Scale :Fortifies/ , Hlliqalor \ k

44 Bass, W. C. ." . Market 98 Johnson T. S .Res..' .\ W" Niemeyer & Witty.! 'ProprietorsTAILORING I Goods* Beads, Suurcttir( Curtis and floats, J'-rrfds '

{ 'I.I 148 Bass, W. C . . ..:. .; Ren 1: 110 Jones, L..1 (colored) }Ron ('c1nls"lisl's Materials, liox Plt lIls.01/l':

of 1 111 Bass, Ira. , . . . . Hell i 1 'K 17 Water 'Works . Store 1.- it Stationery:, JJa'M( I'dinledl'iclunS. In fad NovelM ';., I

LEI 106 Bass, N. F RH 12 WntersCarson' .. "
73 Bass, Z. W Res 4. Katz M .,. . . Store. 82' Waters & Carson Sec. Office .' lr.f u6l.'cry description. '. ..

1 Baas Geo. W . . . . Hv69 a f/)4 Katz. M. : .* Res. 2K" Vlatt I'II.CaJ1un Pres. Hike) '
i Bass, Henry T. . Rea 1 41 Kitwmrm/e. / Drug Co.. ,' Store ('i;K> Ward, C.: W tfJJ4) <4j

108. Bass, Chas . . . Res 101 Lissimmee Ice & Cold Stornjre Co. !BII! L Wanl. JoeBoggy Creek. Best Selection of Mechanical Toys in Town Ib :
61 Bans & Porter. . . Grocery I 2)/( KisKimmc'e Tailor Shop '. . 14.:! Wuring R. I) OfficVM Is so rtfew.. chltveA.t t. _' 'f j 1- I }

133 Bandy, C. L . HeM 21 KismrnmeC", Lumber Co Office ; Waring. R. i D. )Res ANDERSON & BYNLMDARLI ,
38 Barnes, Mrs. E. A . Ken' JfiK( Kissimim-e i Bottling Work.. ;55_ Watson Mrs."' J. W . )Res "The Early Bird .Gets the Worm"

91-L Barber Sam. Boggy Creek 1 If<>4 Kislsirnmee Auto\ Company, ;37! Western Union Telegraph. 'office >OTON AVE. . _ao. .

t 1: '27': .Beamatij! _J. L . . . . Rear 17G. K i8imuwl? Grain & -SlIf'foly C<, 11X WillKon J. M. Jr. Office Excel All Others in' r ,
-r f- 13 Bearden, Mrs. C. V.. : lieu 220 Kissimme Electric Company 2$ WilUon J. M. Jr .Res .. - .. -- ...' 1

67! Bell A. B. . . Res \93 fchenleffr! Mr. John flea H7! or 04 Winn, Dr W. L .. Office do tile BEST

124<< B eland, E. L . . . . Res : 135 !,Knight Capt. Wm flea ttl:J:! Winn Or. W. L Ilea Dyeing RepairingBargains
( B2 Bender, Mrs. E. S . . Ilea Il5 Win, A. W . Res1ST. ,

I 180( Bickerdike. Mies .E. J Res ---.- L !. \\'il.Jer.J. W . . . ResI'M

231 Blenig D. R .* ReM j i I! Whidden L. M . .Store
a.e 184 'Blanc ard, Dr/St-Janies. Office 201 Lake Ladles Ilouae Exchange T'.t WoiHiall. C. J. Ilea New Shoe StoreLADIES' 4 ,
24 Wouitull, J. H. Sr Res
/ 162 Blanchard, Dr. St. James F Res 39! Lee, J 111. . . . . . . . . . ..flea ;
I 15 Bogue, A. C. '. . . . . Res ,
4 10 Lehlcy. E.: 1. .H'II Y'
t. 86 Bratton, H. N . Res I
A.. A He" In all kinds of. Real Estate
160 Loll
. . . . Ides GENT'S and CHILDREN'S Shoes '
82 N. C Oflice Joel
Bryan, l 121--5 Yates,
0 116 I.upr..r, S. L. . . . firs Fire and Life Insurance and I '
43 Bryan, N C. . . . . Ilea 170 Powell, C. E )Rae Armour's Fertilizers. Renting I High Grade and Up-to-date. I
163 Bryan, )F. C -.. Res '
f and Collecting Rents a |
21$ Bryan, J. H. and. B. F". Res I'rehbfyt'ria' WHAT IT' COSTSTo Specialty. Taxes paid for i L M. WHIDDEN & CO (
181 Brown, J. F. . . Hell 71 Manse, Non-residents. | SEE arlMy\
168 Bottling Works I 123 MakiiiKon, W. B. Co. Store f
State Building
69 Butler, R. T. . . Barber Shop ,'2l! MakiiLson. W. B Hell A.O..MEEK !! ,
in Kissimmee and Wages
90. Butler, R. T . . ?. Hv ]lira Mnrsli L. M. & Co .Gro. Store Live ,
j : 165 Bullock S. H . . Office 109 Marsh. L. M .H('" Usually Paid. Kissimmee. Fla. I

4 6 Bullock, S. II . . lies 113: Mach Bros' Stable The following table .of price is kt .. i' --- ------ -.
76 Buckles C. Ken 132 Mattocks J. 'E. Office, near accurate as it is possible) to obtain

... Mattocks. E. .H '" for the information of
22 ( and is published
C 159! Mcl'hatter John. ... . . Res those contemplating moving to this city. GUY PLATT! JOHNSON I Will You Let -o Cents a Day Stand :'I

-w !95 McLean. O. C. . . . . Ret .. "
i lour *'.J' < *<\ I'l'iSmokinl i 1 .
142 Carson. C. A Bank Office Fla Between You and Home: ,
3 -1.. Mclx-un & Farmer. Still, )l''ac..n --'tu! "fl I cents |pe, U Ni. t !Hum Bids laktlint i a
.r 200 Carson C. A Store Office 1 ty :Suit .Unrun H to 'l''10 cents ,IHT II.
11'.k.\ :! R. 0 Officefits 1 1'% an. '''j **. ''r tents |M-r II' YCU CAN BUY-
47 Carson, C. A. Ileay 1 Him Wan Iv s cents l eel III.UM -
t' 23 Carson N. B Real" 1 Meek R. O. Res I '.l4> 'cen.ll net II.Sw.Ht ''. ARCHITECT : A rro $2,000 HOME:: : : :
1 1(10; Miller. H. C Resx.0 I'otati' "'n 50 to 7' ri-ntrt per I lou.'If"| I.
t K Carson M. B. . . . Hen" 1 I"Hh'I'".>UM-> II< to $1 25 IM-r liu-h,'lI Only 5 Per Cent Simple: Interest
() !\1I11..r.W/ ResW tech 1 it-h 'to l-'c |*er Hi
158 Curson, Ur. W. W Office . Res silt Mackvrrl Ko 10e per II.\ Designs for All Classes ot Buildings I
; L. E: "
I Minx( , 11"I. .
,-t19 Carr, W. S. J. . Kes'. ,,1l1! ; Minx I. E. . . , Boathouse ;iit. al 21e' ||per per )llI ( ''Return) the iirinciilal at the rate of 17.,ll per month on the $1 I.(KX)
48 Cash Hardware Store . I ,Ie.h lUx-f 12\''v tu ir* "I..M .III \ RESIDENCE WORK A SCECUITTS73mndlmo I Riving you TLN AND I A HALF YEARS to pay I back the loan Can -
II 19 Moon & Gt' gl'r. Office I rah Pork 12V. to lye ,per II-
127-5. Carroll's Still. . Toll Line sugar 1 ixjuntlit fut $1 pay> off the H>an as soon as you eke StoPPnf'utlh.r, Interest.
U.", Moon J. L i lies 1"....1 Prunes N to U, >c per II\ Our plan will help you to pay off that Mortgage\ '"" Buy' or BUild
121-3 Campbell Station Toll' Sta I 13G Moseley! W. M . . . Res fined I'michfii 10 to I 'l'c per. II. I I a Home. Why Pny !lent? WntV' UN for literature explaining ()Urproportion '
2 Campbell C. W. . Res 1>....1 Aprlcn\ 1" to l..c. I I' 1\\ in detail.! .
84 Murphy, T. M. . Kes. I'urc I'linl 'X to :2"c! per, HiiiniM I / .
83 Caldwell Mrs. James Res i >und land 12 to It.I .. STAN D.A.RD::: :a: ';ME: CM-:: ::
14 N' / Curry Building Tampa Florida.
,, 221 Central Hotel . "I t "''c per lt.. t- (O"I' T bunlu'l I "
Veto\ f r 'per II1'.r. \ '
r l&U.Citizens Bank . ..... I 182 Nul&un Realty C..m.aiy| ..Oflit'eIH'i t.fTw. -lf to MHper. II.Ki'rowiie \.
y 65 City Bakery : . . . . . : Nelson A. S ).Re I ''c to.i.w.toe' per, ratio iloEi'n FSM.L f ? Groceries: .
i ggo )
r 129 'City Hall. . . . 198 Norton W. H . . . . Res 1 hieken 1'rterK 2.r c tu 4".. t'neli .
( ufM 10 K c foi-h
I 'tnckent'
153 City, Cafe. . . . . . . . 1.urn nliellnl groan Wh, pel liunliel :
1% City Dock . . . . o tats HI iM>.m>n IJ 50 to 7l t'r JHl per I per busheloranges hot !
130-2 Court House. ClerkT's Office 121 2 O'B"rry..J. F Res I'ariantera Hluck.-rn.lh II tl I 5 W> to to 1.1': V 5" FRESH MEATS

.130-3 Court House Supt. Office 50 Oliver E. M . Island baring Land-Ir.ubb"al",0"" to*J6., '" per aen I
77 Court House . . Sheriff's flea 1)0 O>ICeQla.High School. Prin Office (CIcarinK Man and Team Land-mtumplnic tr'* ,lo to K N'"; (UI.Kllurilbiand '' Delivery Every Day at Any Hour & J9EV JLH TTW

120 .Cpsner, M. . . . . .". . . . Res 88 Osceola Hardware Co. . ".. Store t (Partiet Mule; hiring.. to. few uma, H.>')"' lo.$!I.OO Patronage" Solicited. /

232 Cornell, Mrs. J. W. .,;., : . . Res ";.3 Osceola Pharmacy. .;..,-.,,,. ...Store \VBnnR. ,... .. :I. .. ((V'widuit 54'!< to 11210se.eto1121a( NorthKissimmee 'Phone No. 8 Prize Offers from Leading Manufacturers
233 ChaunceyA"Mell: ; . ,Res :'193: Osceola Journal. . /... i ;.-v. .d'\f, '( Harrow Plow..J'., -''.. > : < ( /1 .
f.tarsi ;; ?I" .., ,r+ ... . .. ..... .. .. 46 to*;6 a month
Lumber Co..'. .Office Teacher > < "
: '::1dr: I ,.:}. 'l 195; Osceola ;< > I Wood per tord..... .'.'.,'. a.. *1.7otoilU Book on patents. "Hints to inventor "Inventions needed." / .
.. . ., .... D f'1)\i\'i'J")'\\ .! .. ."" 102 '; Osceola Title Guarantee' Co'.Office ".... . 'n /
... "' I\ i ": FlemingCLEANING "Why some inventors fail. Send rough st: ; or rpodel for :
14 Dann;C. W. . :. ,_. .':. . .- Store 1 Overstreet, J. J. :M . ReaP Bungalow for Sale.. Sprigg search of Patent Office records. Our ,Mr. Grcuicy was formerly

45 Dann, C. W. . . . . Res 1 Acting Commissioner of Patents, and as such had full charge of ,
'i''. 188 Dann, E. P . . . . Res 1 A brand new four room bungalow) : the U. S. Patent Office.

169 Dale, Mrs. E. .. . . . Res 92 Park Hotel dev, well, splendid water, large ]lot, PRESSING /

37 Depot. . . . . . ..' . Passenger i 121-4 Park Gardens . far sale] ; spot cash 800. DYEING .

20 Depot . . . . . . . . . .Freight 11\7\ Parker, G. F . . . Res 4)-of c. A. CARSON; REPAIRINGLeave GREELEY &.McINTIRE' .

130-2. Donegan, A. E. . . . .Office 147-Paradise Island . . . . . o o

155 Donegan A. E . . . . Res 31 Pastorium, Baptist... . ., Florida Maps. word at my house! and clothrl 0o
175 Drought, A. E. . . . . . . Res 82 Parsonage, Methodist . . '. I, Upon receipt'" of 25 cents at the Valley will be called lor and returned WASHINGTON D. C. o ,

'191-3 Driggers, H. H . . . . Res 25 Pfann, H. M .,'. . Res Gazette office a pocket map of FloridawilL.bemailedtoanyaddl.esli Satisfaction Guaranteec '-Y.
5-L Phillips' Grove Milliard's Is in the No 1-I 0I. \
,;*, E 3 Pilley Mrs. L. W . .Drug Store United States. We can also furnish .

& 17 Electric Light ,18 Pilley,. Mrs. L. W . . .'. .Res maps of Osceola county at 91 each, and '
154 Edick &: O'Brien..Store! '137-2 Postal Telegraph Cp ..Office will be glad to estimate sectional' maps I. 1

w a -167 Ellis, T. W. Res I I 77 Prevatt, C. F Res of any kind. .
9 4 r 174 .Evans, Prof. R. M. . . . . . .Res 105 Prentis, J. W . . . Res -- --- ,,1 ,

:139 Express: Office . ... . .. . . . 201 Pierce, Mrs. E. L. Res Large: desk blotters tor sale at .this
1., office for 10 cents r .
223 Plumbing. Starling & Sheffield
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F 214 Plumbing Shop, Pioneer. . 7
L. McCAZJIJ"L5': .6 RKitssimmee's *The Osceola Hardware Company
--FJeming'-_ .- Island.: .-. . . . . . 1

17 ';',FJoyd, R. .S. ... . .. ... . .Store R :: : : : :: has i in its

t 128, Floyd, R. S.. . . .... . . . . Res 148 Rivers, Dr. T. M .. : . Office Well ZDrlller employ first-class, up-

'204 "Francis, Capt. D. G . . . . Rea 63 Rivers, Dr. T. M . . . . Res I .
l '(.' 64 Roberson's Pharmacy ..Store : is prepared to drillARTESIAN to-date plumber and are prepared \

. G. 134 Roberson, J. Z. . . . . .Res

172 /Gardner I. N. . .. . .-. . . Rea 157 Roberta, R. L, . . Res WELLSin to furnish estimates on all kinds tit

129 .Cilbert. J. R.. Jr. . . . . Office 211 Russell. Mrs. E. A. :r . .Res any section of Florida.

% .119 Gilbert, J. R. .J r. ... . .- .'. .He.'1 of PLUMBING PIPE: FITTING.: 1

. 35 'Gilbert I ,. A., 8.....,...... . Store 5 _. Ten years of successful Well ,

49 Gilbert, G. A, . .. . . . Reg I I' 224 Saunders, John. . . Fish Market Ability Drilling is to a produce Guarantee the of best my .J / .tlETC.

r f 192!)f Gilbert.W. C. ..... ...:.. . . .Res I 1202 Saunders, Mrs. W. W. . Res results. .

f .137 'Gray tone Hotel. . ... ....''. . . | 87 Savage, R. B . . . Res .

60 :Grave, ROM. . .1.' ... .Hardware 1130-3 Sears, W. J . . . .Office TWO AND FOUR INCH i
112 Graves ROM. ... .. . .... .. .Res 55 Sears, W. ;S. Res WELLS A SPECIALTYP. BATH ROOM:: AND 'l'OIJ-.JEr': .

""t, '26 'Graham Mrs. D. P.: ResJ49 I 114 Sharp>, Capt. J. P. . . . . . Res '
'; -2 '>Graham.'R.' K. . .... . ... .Res 76 Simpaon, J. W. .. ,.Office O. Box 344Kissimmee. .FIXTU ES A SPECIALTY. \
) 8" Griffin--C.; C.'w.;.".",".. . . . . .Store 16 Simpson. J. 'W Res
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190 Griffin J. C. Res 177 Slngletary Geo. P ResI I
Th. ,230 Griffin'. Garage . . . . . I 94 Silas, Lizzie (colored) Res' : 'j 1\11 Fixtures and Work Fully '

\. .212 Griffin, J. J. : . . . . . . Res 72 Slater, J. W Res ,
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1-' 107 Smith, Miss Bina . . . Res Guaranteed. i
: H 1125 Smith Mrs. L. C . . Res j A. M. L. CHAONCEYCONTRACTOR 1

t .. 187 Hankins W. G . .. . . .. . Rea //171 Smith W. E. . . Res !i

J, a "'. 11 Harris, W. B. .. .. . ... . . Office 139 Southern Express Co .Office I j .. ..,
,{}'il+< i 104 Harris, W. Boo. . .. . . . ... Res + 5 State Bank. . . Cashder's Office '11

222 Hale J. B. . . . . . . . . . ..Res.t .i 142 State Bank President's Office 4 _
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t .t'; 179 Hansel, J. M. . . . . . . .Res 63 Stanford. H. C. Co. . ., : Store -AND- . OSCEOLA HARDWARE CO. :
.14-" 162 or 41 Hicks, Dr. M. J. . . Office I 89 Stanford H. C. . . . . . Rea BUILDERPlans .

'0.7.. ? .40/< 'liicksDr., > M. .7. . . .'. . . .Res 223, Starling & Sheffield. Plumbing S. L. LUPFER ManagerS .r
:!: ,203.""Home Bakery. ?..*.. .. . . 9991-L Story S. B.,.. Boggy Creek --
.. 137 Hotel, Graystone.t. .' .. :.-?' . . 50) Story; A. M. . . . . ... . . .Res and Estimates t)nralataedSatisfaction .J

-:; 92 Hotel, Park..:. . ... ., . . .. . . 231 Spier. A. H . . . . Res Onaraateed \

221.. ,Hotel Central . . . . r . . 201 Surprise Store. .-.'. . . . . .

: v i1 ,178, .,;Hunter Land Co. . . . .: .Office 149-3 Swope, C. E.. Res ........ I
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SMOKING MERR1HUANA. Just a ,Plain Business. "Question PERSON fcSWABEY'S- 'L .;;-
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It Fill . Peon With. Something In preparation for 1911 whir not start ,

Like D.llrlumJTr.m.n anjaccount at tins' bank-stt It now J RESUBD'lVISION of LOTS 39 and 4U of the .....

: Water bugs ,and wdrnjs) sro among 'ccount'atarted nowp 1 properly FLORIDA .LAND IMPROVEMENT' COMPANY'S

+ tit, tidbits lu which the,Mexican peon. cared for will increase y ar credit .

.y rtes. delights Ho catches lila\ bugs us they And credit, under ntodermethofta businessAn .,, * Addition to Kissimmee ,

skim along the to t'of "fresh writer, .is a-very Important!! ctor hi : k

r ponds,, drying iben' and then .eutlugtheniwith building up for financial inBependence., I. 1- 1 OAK ST., TSWABEY F

\ "n.. much zest lilt Jail Amoil-" Future prosperitydqpem\ ) not accumu- I '

' I can .boy eats peanuts. As n xir as the on i one's( earnings'as upon hiss', Ia1at 111.11 8.U ": 711.1" ,7s.1-i 111.1:1: TI U 's
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peon can explain It, JJicIt...flnyor; :".ls_ __ ___ r -' "- -- '
something ou the order of the "cfiost 1 No matter how small your start, if .1. 4 3 <-2 'I'

nut, but as Vno white man boa ever 'you are in earnest 'aril want to get" . a.

tried eating' water bugs, or 1? be bas ahead in the world, we shall be glad to '.-.

k' doesn't dare confess It'the exact taste. 4 ...
r er !have your account and to assist you in. .' s.5M
of those Mexican morsels can't be described 13 A _
any way we can consistent with sound, -.. t
very '(' ,
The peons dote, toil OQ the nice, banding. u 5 6' ,5 6 ,-., ;
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i-It State Bank of Kmsirnmee.i ;:: IIJ '
Thin Is about
t'pulque worm. lii Q:
:::a ss
two inches long and half nil Inch thick SOU) .
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In anti, l With the Ordinance.We ': I 'l 8 'l ... .. .
They try the dainty jrrcnse/ i Conforming r.8 '\ UJ ,
It In brown packages 'at I. .
pack paper 1'\ : ::: '
apply the water 'test in accordance .
I 'a dozen "worms which fetch .2 ceuts : ST. oq: '.
a ppper. An Industrious pulque worm : .to section 16 of the City Ordinance \

'. II collector mailed n good ll>'lug-. I and guarantee our work In every respect :r: 2".1 I 2", 1 z

The worm Inhabits the maguey or placing the quality of materialas iJ

pulque plant fr
I,tlie agna mlcl, or honey! water, of the public from sewer gas, ,. ,I 2:' ..' .
.' hours'! fermentation 4. ,. .(5 4 ii
Mexico. After twenty-four which breeds disease 8 0 d I
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it la very Intoxicating.( After .
The Pioneer" Plumbing Shop. lY
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1 tile -Mexican has primed' himself -
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4-tf Office phone 214, Broadway
with several drinks of ogun uilcl and It _ .aLs
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has smoked half {4> dozen clp rett s - V '
Old papers can ue bought at this of
-1 made of the dried loaf of tbo uierrl- -
6 5 8 7 6. 6 .
huana weed and brown paper ho In' flee: at 20( cents per hundred. They arethevery'thlng SOLD -
need to put underyour i i2 8 .
ready for (crime of violence. you
any '
.. ., _Of 146.z.'I: 7a.12 73.12.. ::3,18 ;7512 75.11 18.12 + .
I This combination of stimulant and nlNotice/: .. ,

: narcotic has,the effect of deluding the HILL ST. .; ;;

I I rlctlm Into thinking that his enemy

and every peon him a choice collection of Master's- Sale. These are some of the most desirable combination building and vegetable

of enemies-Is a pygmy In stature. At I Notice in hereby given time under u.lvirtlinofa hy 'lots within the city limits. Situated in a desirable location and having flowing
I the same time it Rives him an Idea anal \ree i of Koreolonur* iK"ur :< that he Is tremendously strong and of cud under the .real! of the circuit ('.;url '
of the >lev..h 11,11"1.I : Circuit of the Hale! of Pbome 214 H. EDMUND ( '
sallies forth
P I wonderfully bra 'e. So ha Broadway Ague
AI. BRYAIV Florid In aud ,or 0..0001)a CUll nl.>, lu Chicanery
to make mincemeat of his enemy or !
THE CANDIDATE OF THE'PEOPLE OF I 1 SlltliiK, in a certain OHIIHO therein p.nllln"herelllA.
enemies and as a rule, lands in the ."A. W and -- --
l i ML SECTIONS OF ina io'Coml.lalr'"nt Henry A
FLORIDA FOR local calaboose.: .. 1ent, the nfioriiirne, t
$ UNITED H \IIR" IM K ftpon< asKpiwlal -
STATeS SENATOR | One of the peculiar effects.; of mer- Minter Chancery will Hell at public ..r
.. tihuann smoking is to distort the slzo 1 outcry Uurlng the loyal hourn of...before the

of all animals, making them of enor- ,court holme iloor. Ill Ihc city .>f. Kic.itnmre. in
I taobs size nod horrible nlmpo. The raid OHCCOIA county, ou Mnn I ': smoker Is filled with n horrible fear I March. A. D.lai\' tbe following clwierll'- teal ; ROSS GRAVES'
j 1 ii Late.fltu.tud In. mild IJBceciln county ,
= something like the horrors brought on
I. delirium trcmcns. A kitten or n The northwest quarter of the northvaHt quarterof CARRIES A COMPLETE STOCK OP
by ,
Statement of N. P. Bryant I his distorted vision the Houthweat quarter of the norlhweatquarter
l puppy to appearsJ and the nouthweHt quarter of the
II J as some terrlblo creature. A common iiorlhcuBt quarter or the .outh",e, t qUArter of HARDWAREPAINTS
] I sight in Mexico is to see a swarthy the iicirlliw quarter and the went' half of
"greaser." armed to Uio. teeth! flee In tfiej aoulhueHt quart of the nortliw 'Ml quar*
I terror from a s1lolIo\ ?, while ho ten uiil, the ntirlhviHt iiunrli of the i>oflli.*ai>t
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attack with quarter' fif the rthwoiit quarter] of the nouth-
| would fearlessly any man
i I f' I weed quarter of the "IHtb".t quarter. and the
t i;,, I am in the second ''pr1t11ory and expect I his knife or bis machete Hirutlmtwt quMrl.>rof the norll....... 'ijuarter> of AND SELLS THEM AT EXTREMBLY LOW PRICES I ,

., ]i the rthwem <|iiart<'rof the ..0ulb".I.I'.rI"'r -,
over ninety par cent of the Stocktonvote. I A FAMOUS RACE.Th. of the north ur.t quarter and lie( weal BROADWAY KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA w
Ihat! forttienonIwe.lquert.'rof tile ....utlinCFt.

Ore.t..t Steamboat Contsit on thMiSMBSippl quarter mxtlon eleven, tow,'hhlp twcutj-flve!
o . I' south of range twfnty-ninn rant, cnu'alnlng'sixty
Mr. Blontit has polled his! strength.His Riv.r. .
I fact i acre more or IIBHTcrniH ,
The greatest rate ever ruu on the t
I of echo' ',, cash '
lead over me is largely due to Es- I Mississippi was between the Natchez fI, "at..1 l JBuftnri I'l\', 1'if. *t klsximmcu. FU.i .
a at built' lu Cincinnati god com :i i Arthur DoiieKan, .1
cambia County, where he received one- mand'tJ
t: and a New Albany boat tile Robert K: Agnew & rawford, (C-i'al))
fifth of his entire vote. Lee, under Captain John W I "Su' IcItorM for Lotn|>lHlnHnt 4..t_
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The issue is now clearly defined. Itt There was spirited rivalry -
two vessels, and when tbe Natchez 1 I -

is the fight of the people against the great ji made the fastest time on record between II II I J. J. GRIFFIN PROPRIETOR c.
New Orleans and St. Louis
corporate and special interests represented (1,278 miles lu 3 days 21 hours 1 08 minutes I i
.. ) Captain Cannon resolved to beat -1Lgeaey-

by Mr.'Blount. It. He engaged tbe steamer FraokP8rguud r
.j otid several fuel boats and '
friends ftl1if' will ,
I thank my they arranged for them to meet him at various -

be active 'the 'contest will end in '0. peoples points up the river wltlf wood
.. I and coal. Then.J had hla.boat cleared 'I

/ victory. of all"ner upper works -likely to catch Ail thp Flavor WORK OFGARAGE-COMPLETE IN
/ the Wind or make the vessel heavier '
'f N. P. BRYAN.YE 1 On Thursday, June 20, 1S7!), at 4:45: .1 Saved ALL; KINDS ALL ITS APPOINTMENTS

\ p. in, the Robert K. Lee steamed out ,I MILLER BUILDING, BROADWAY '
A \ The Natchez follow':: ,
,," ,.. of New Orleans' "esenta '
, ,m,! l.:,<'"' .. I ed five minutes later. The race 'bad I the The SEALSHIPT above trade. SYSTEM which
I advance and wan I
been advertised 1
convention of the Pomological: Societywill makes it possible for our customers ,
: MYSTIC KREWE now awaited with gathering Interestat to .. World's'Beat Oysters
I be of particular interest to Flor-
all the river towns. Largo crowds Right Here At Home.
idians because special attention will be were assembled at Natchez, Vicksburg, Ft is the ONLY system by which MOVING PICTURES
Wjlffee One of the Attractions in T ampa's paid to citrus fruits. The Citrus Exchange Helena and other large places. you are positively assured; oysters ,

and independent fruit shippers Between Cairo and St. Louis the that are firm pure, solid fresh;
Great Census Celebration. will ca'i upon all of their members and Natchez afterward claimed to have lost that have the true oyster flavor, the Moving Picture Business pays and offers pleasure and entertainment >Ir

\ Arrangements: are being competed connections to attend this gathering of area boon and one minute on account delicious tang of the sea.mile of It protects the of the highest class Co the home. folks. ,
our oysters every
for the great Tampa Census:" Celt bra- the Romological experts because the of a fog and broken machinery. The. way from oyster bed to you. We are installing machines in many small towns why not yours? e

tion which will be held in that city r xtensive programme will constitute a Robert' H. Lee, however Louts was not delayed Even the Sealshipt Oyster beds Write today, information cheerful13t-UmtIhed. Every make.machine ,., + ,
and arrived In St. thirty- constant analytical -
11 until 25 A com liberal education to fruit and are subjected to Ort exhibition at our iTAMPA
February February growers
three minutes ahead of the previous Inapectlol" In addition to being under -
,7I? mittee of fourteen of the city's leading horticulturists, in addition to the entertainment record established by her competitor. the supervision of State and p romND.

\ business men which was app inted l y features which will be enjoyed" Fifty thousand people from the housetops Federal Government these beds are ART SUPPLY COMPANY,

i the Board of Trade, to finance and bjr the guests, the levee and the docks of other analyzed regularly for us by the m.m-III uwrro ITBECT "

manage the celebration has opened l Ye Mystic Krewe of Gasparnllas will steamers welcomed the winner as she food Lederle Laboratories-the famous TAMPA FLORIDA. '
teamed into port. Captain Cannon experts. ,
1 offices in the First National Bank enter the harbor of Tampa February
the Uon of the hour. The businessmen .
-building-; a large force of cupab: assistants 22 (Washington's Birthday)on a private was is
} gave banquet, In his bonor. Niemier & Wiley -.1--
it has been engaged, and every ship, with skulls\ and cross bones at the Travel Magazine.Not : :

1 t indication points to the greatest" ""cele- i'1 I mast and take possession of the city. -. A r
e N -
,, , bration in the history of Florida. ,:This popular carnival organization has e Savant .......:......
i "', In a few days the railroads will! an ': doubled its membership and they are A Harvard man told at a dinner In I '
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pounce the special" excursion rates making elaborate preparations to $give Cambridge a"story about ignorance."Some Kissimmee i [ I.ectric.CO.'

1 which will be in force from Florida I I the visitors a rare treaty sailors were being banqueted" W. G. HANKINS ; \\1,

: the celebration and it Is I In Philadelphia at Sti George's hall, .
points during; :II The greatest motorcycle contest ever
|I ha said "and a young bluejacket -OFFER8'ATSPECI'AL' .
expected that over 200bOO people will :,I held in the South, is being arranged by pointing to a superb silver caster, said: ; Broker and Manufacturer'sAgent

J avail themselves of the opportunity of the Census Celebration Committee. ""Waltet1 bring up that 'ere chandeItor. "' REDUCED - PRICESA

Z attending the splendid exhibitions and ,,I The auto cycle races will be one of theI .' I 7 7EIECIREC
Kissimmee Florida. 8PLBNDID LINE OP -
R entertainments which will be offered. '" waiter I
(, 1 I I features of the monster celebration.The "That ain't a -
The Federal Government has endorsed committee is answered, laughing. That a cruet.' Safes: i
receiving a great Show Cases:: Fixtures,. FOR NET WEEK ONLT4; tFLIXTU"RES
i the celebration and has requested the Wen, never mind what it Is, said I ;
entries from all sections of the : 4
foreign governments to send war ships I many South and valuable trophies will be the sailor. 'Bring It up. We ain't all Typewriters, nn li t "IUOln fII A lwaua".
1 I t ,.r to Tampa during the celebration. The : presented to the successful contestants been to college. I Computing!; Scales and Office ., '"

monster naval review will be greater i in the different. There will be over Both Affected. Filing; Devices. Beaman Building. ; BroadwayX3OOOOOOOOOOOCXXMC J 'a

J and much mere representative than was ( one hundred in this interesting tourna- "Whenever she gets to thinking how I SPECIAL AGENT FGALewis ,< *' y

the fine demonstration during' the'han- i ment, representing seventeen different much they're In .debt It affects her Co. ..... .

ama Canal Celebration. v.-....I makes of machines. The manufacturers kerves." I Upchurch C" ,

The Curtis aviators will make a number t of the different motorcycles are ."Ftoh! The way It affects her husband Wholesale Grocers Hay and Grain, aoooootxa

\, of flights In Tampa and compete evidencing great interest in the races .Is singular. "' and A. CARSON. i. A."CftANFORD.KISSIMMEE $. t.t.uPr '

:, tot the Times Trophy. Manager T. J. I and will offer valuable prizes in additionto How singular?" I KINGAN t CO., Packlag House Products PrMkUnt. Vie.-1'r..ld.M.. tw.tarf
It affects his "neI'Te.
Laud Brown is now in communication the trophies: offered by the committee. "Just singular; Men a A.ltc.llN. Tow Orton toiler)* ""

with one of the best female aviators : There! will be about ten events on .He tried to borrow a hundred from me. I 1
." Catholic BtaBdArd-flndTimes .
today ,
and the people of this, state will have the racing programme, ranging froma n

.' a chance to see a pMtpber of the. fair I mile race to an endurance' contest of LUMBER CO.:. I4t

t. aex soar into the cfjfltft1 twenty-five miles. The Tampa Bay I

The celebration )| M>* opened with I track is being put ipto excellent condition Big Reduction Sale ofSHQES'

( '3 the conventions of TaPQunencan Pomo- and it I. expected that'a numberof '
Rough and Dressed JS ; \
; ", logical Society: and 'tb e Florida State speed records will be broken by the I _
4 Horticultural Society. These meetingswill ambitious ridersThe races will be + 7 t
.' be attended by 2,000 members com- run undor the auspices and regulations .

ing from all sections of the civilized of the Tampa Motorcycle Club. L.TO PINE LUMBER l 4

r world. It will be the most important I iiiakQ room for a large shipment ot New ;I\y,

,'t international convention! ever held in the I Discontent.Diacoatant eN,' I amx ovv offering my entire stock ateducedpriceH.
South and the various commercial bodies U. the want of self rUance. I
.f the city aided by the council are'" It.* Infirmity of ,rwIlL .Emerson. ,i. : HOUSE BILLS A SPECIALTY ;

making generous arrangementa for entertaining I I j. Cori .HSli' L, M. W IDDEN, 11$11111, FLA. j : i':

the distinguished guests Larg desk blotter tor ssJ.*at. thu
1 and lectures this '. for 10
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'.Tnt' Kiss tmee Valley Gazette One man laid : "lu'aall nonsense'to I Blount Hasn't ,the Nerve to Meet}he waa ever true to hit church and his MEMORIAL SERVICES 1 ROLL ,Of' HONOR :}
i0,000 friend. as' I
talk of.Kissimmee having .inhabitants 1 Bryan in Debate. and.alway. citing to Christ .., ,
I in' 1912." And tt we did have 1 II, .)ithe i ii only hope of lost, guilty, ruined < -

S.W........'TRll HARRIS!! Editor and Prop'r 10,000/' here fight now-and they' were,!I Last Tuesday i Mr.; Bryan, \Issued ti 'a '' men. He died, in peace, with .a joyfulliving In Honor or Gen.' R. L. Lee At Homeof The flowing.List.Is the Result of j J- _. ,

LETT. AaaoclatoEditor.' all like this man-I'll bet that we would challenge'to Mr. Blount to meet him in hope of everlasting Jiappmess in ; Mrs. C.:A. Carson. Close and Attentive Work. ?,,. .
a .\I'uiUSHED: EVERY FRIDAY. 'I have to go down to Campbell once in .a 1, debate.before the people of Florida, tie,home of the blessed. ,, ', -
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,, .Office"tn'Valley Gazette Balding.mUSSlMMEB. wtiie( to get away from the awful silence :I 1 that the voters may determine the fit- Brother ;'Bishop had many ,ups and I. Tonight, a't the home oC, Senator and The following pupils ,have not been. ';; '{ -,
7, 3o. : OSCBOLA COUNTY.VIA.i of rottingstagnation.10,000 dead ones I II nee. ti of each' to ""represent themjm the-I downs, but In it alt, through it''all,. and Mrs. C., A. Carson! the ,United Daughters -' absent or. tardy.for the .month ending,," -1;:;5 i
;.; the 1 tn spite of the Confederacy assisted by January 16,, 1911 j, have made an aver- ::', .. _(II);)
a are too I i many,, for orfiJUjwo everi United States Senate, but; Mr;. B1ouo.t'1abeoluteljf j At It all,, he clung to the Cross ". ':
SUBSCRIPTION. RATES: undertaker: wouldn't have the narvftolive : refuses: to accept It, there- lie haJ hi* faults" but He did not'hide the.1 local camp'-of United Confederate agi! !iofD0per.(!; cent, or .*nore. In their.! ,.
.I OiMaopy.) .eopv.-7.tnonthatf _-.,. ..1./...,;IJ.I.U..t-. .. .. ..:JRJ--110- here, : -- i;-- ---- -- =- - - j"fore aH-Floridians-must! -assume'that-e I\, themvbut was the-first to: report to Ijis Veterans.will' \bold memorial serylces studies, with not less than "85 in'any

r -- is! afraid of his regord; Of'.thepast Thirty pastor anil,! !ask 'the, church: lor pardon, in honor' of the birth of General-Robert; one subject, andjioVless"! Jn deportment .
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L DOft'tIIpondenta.must b.n\gnA\ by the writer An.l Increase- of nearly_ 100 per inthre -| years to be laid bare by the !gifted, talented and aslt? >d Christ for pardon and peace. E.'Lee?, although the .exact date of his :: . \
;, eail.d Rcicetod f. matter will not b. raturnad. unlnantorad ? years !Is the'8tate ent shown by and courageous Bryan in his I, He wall ready: and will'ng-tnr-go to the birth was January 19, when the following First Grade (A Division)-Tony Ro-

'i the po ton ce receipts ,at Kissimmee. presence, knowing, as be does,. rat he! I 1 j|I Savior whom he loved, and had loved program will be" rendered : tiyida Joseph. Sears, Barry Outlaw f'
at the Potofflc la KlaalmnMa. Da. ur .
i receipts that Crowe.
Nc.d-ata..allmatter. ___ The post ffice at place euld set 'deny any of the statements and trusted for many years. ,1. .-Lord's Prayer . In Unison Gladys Griffin.Delia .
are now sufficient to place it in the second Mr. make about the Pen W ll and; will : . All (B Division)-Catharine Tiller, Doris [r.?
Bryan may a-I j j i -.we_are passing away 2 Suwannee River Sung By ' '\
.1: !f :; Friday. Jltn.2(1, lOp class, and this is matter for con cola candidate's connection with the goon all be gone. Tho rankS'of the old 3. Coil Call .OMLJ3. C. and U. C. V. Barnes, Ella Gardner, Sallie Bass, Til- <_

t gratulation.) The Valley: Gazette last corporations, and bow that paid Hireling Confederates are leaving the world\ and. 4..- Paper. Mr :-O.--A--.Carson___ lie Ilansen Ruth Hyde Lucy Lupfer, -''
week published a table showing the receipt of the interests hat) worked in and the places which knew them will soon General! e at West Pomt and, -.TJielma. button, Frank Reed. ;
, Is Sent Complimentary. !!;.for the three and it is indisputable Second GradeLillian Harris, Thel- -
'years out of reason against the people of his know them no more. Well, Brother '. in U.-S. Army.o I
" 't Parties receiving this paper evidence of vplendid growth. own stale for the sake of earning a few Bishop is gone and 1 WI)I soon follow 5. Solo (with Chorus) . Mrs.. Evans ma Gilbert, Leona L: Martin, .Lois It
j who subscribers In 1907 the receipts were 8<4.G2S.18, and Overstreet, Rebecca Newman, Lilla
are not regular paltry dollars. j I and hope to meet..him in the city of When You. and I Were Young, 'Wood- .
must notthink that it is the intention for 1910, -$9.0n.: 5.-Tlmes.Uniofl. Williams Melvi'.le: Bass, Frank
No, Mr. Blount hasn't the nerve to I!| God. And O, what a meeting that will Maggie. '
t of the publishers to later -_. appear on the same platform with Mr. be! In the sweet fields.of: Eden on the all., Carl I KiMilol; Elmo Griffin .
L :I demand of them the subscription The devotees 'of ultra-culture rave Bryan and lay bare his past life, for he other side of Jordan where the \tree of 6. Recitation. . Inez Carson, Third' Grade-Carrie Goodwin, June- '

( price, as It IB mailed to.them com
plimentary by our Board of Coun- long-haired-individual, whose specialty the past thirty years. Till[ then farewell. D. Rogers 7. Paper Mrs. Caldwell Cakr Lucile Whidden, Lucile Downing.

ll, ty CommlBsionergfor the'purpose J h stopping the piano' in three rounds, We don't! blarpe! Mr. Blount for refusing in, Florida Christian Advocate.. . : i- General Leg\: as .President of Grace Eleanor Graves, Jannette Pre.
of them with the but "as for us there is more poetry in ( _' Washington College. Cofnelia Lancaster.
) .. acquainting : to meet Me. Bryan in joint de- --- -- vatt Mamie Pilley, ,
'a '-'many' advantages and opportunities the praise of Kissimmee and of the bate; we would the same course 8. Piano Solo . . .Miss'Hardy9. Mattie Stanford Ste11a..CroweNiel! _" __, u.
I.' this town and county offer lake-locked principality of the prairies.For I if we had lived the same' life. I NATtiAN P. BRYANIs Recitation Phyllis Jarrell Woodall Myra La Martin. ,

i the homeseeker. ;The paper will i/H\ there is music In the sound of -------- The Sword of Robert Lee. Fourth Grade-Ola Story, Zola Mayfield -

J be mailed for a few weeks to any the saw. siniring through the log the '. An Appreciation' Supported by Stockton for the 10. ReadingMiss Elise Moon Nellie': Hansel, Berta Bus, Doris -
;1.. J person whose name is given us, stroke of the builder's hammer; the :; United Senate.Jacksonville. .11. Vocal Solo Miss Mabel Parker Darin Grace Gilbert Mary Singletary
f ''I I > and if they should desire" r- ringing of the bricklayer's trowel and My ohj) friend and brother is gone and ,, States Maryland My Maryland Frances --Tress Mary Tiller, Helen

J I celVe it regularly thereafter we in all the banging, clattering cacophony I knew it not imtil yesterday The Jan. 15.-Sp..cial.-) 12. Recitation Miss Glenn Reed. Irene, ReedKatie Williams : '""\_
J, would be glad to put? them on our of comm roe. Get a copy of the Wash great reaper cut him down full of In an open letter issued today, John N. , The Conquered Banner. Walter Bass. Edgar Bryan Ned Bullock "VJ,
subscription list at the reJeUlar''j ington's Birthday Eilitidh of the TCissimmce years. lie had lived 87 years lust June, C. St jckton, the low man in the recent Lawrence Ilansen, Willie Joe .. J' I M
ratesI'per year 50 cents fort Valley Gazette (in magazineform 19iO) He was born at Newbern N!.C., primary electioneer United States Senator !1 113., Piano Duet-Miss Mae Graves Lancaster. .

six months. Feb. 22)) and attain to the ultra- and grew to manhood there and c me announces that he will throw his and Miss Wilder Fifth (Grade; Gussie Winr Essie
r culture of the Kissimmee) Booster. to Florida years ago lived for several entire support in the second primary to 14. Memorial Paper-Chapter Historian. Has, M.yrlis Whidd'cn Stella Hansel

... Then you will I be',doing some rrynl good.In years, in- Palatka, Fla., from there to N. P. Bryan, of this city', wh. will haveto . . . Katie' Thompson> Mary Hyde, Margaret
There seems to' be no let up in the Ocala for some time, thence to Ilernando" fight it out with W. A. Blount of 15. Male Quartette Mr. George Stanford, Dora Bans, Margaret Anderson -
.human stream that is (flowing into Kis- the olden days the warjioop of the for -several years, after sometime Pensacola.In Gardner Mr. Guy Gardner: \ 'Mr. IHurray' OverHtreet. Leonard Earl,

i aimmee, but it will take a cloudburst of Seminole that echoed pn the silent'''|' he came to Clearwater Kla., making this announcement Mr.- John L. Overstreet Mr. Dozier Clefton Johns, C..ris! !" Bronson Dor-

people to overflow the accommodations shore of Tohop.k aliga was the sentimentof where he and I became friends and Stockton asks that all of his friends .- I.fitncr sett! TJrwjiijKjn. Charlie Regero Dewey rlrww
this town has prepared for their comfort the Redman toward the Palefacewho associates. Our friendship was of the support Mr. Bryan, as the latter more Old Black Jo. W-hitchar. "}.aa'ol,1, Woodall. Richard

sought to make habitation in the old school. dearly represents his principles than 1''"). Recollections a'nd Hcmarks of Jull! () k. John Dann. William Arnold,

Some one said : -"I -would- -rather be sun-kissed Land of Flowers. Anon the James E. Bishop was a man of strong does Mr. Blount.A Veterans-and Others Taylor 1 Lewii
Redman vanished like as the shadows,) '. 17. Dixie Sung By All
attachments his
+ right than be president." As for ourselves love and friendship' I Sixth (Grade.rLorena Ferris' Blanche
we would rather be rightherein of the departing years. Today the were lasting/ and the ties that bind us Cain, Lois Johnson.
shores of Tohopekaliga are dotted!) with Good Record. Special Services. t
i. Kissimmee than present in Labrador. together were stronger than a "tliree- 1 Seventh Grade--Myrtle Collier, Mau- '
Phew, ain't i it cold up there But then the verdant green of the Paleface garden ,fold\ cord. He l left Clearwater two gr For a young man who had never be- There will be special services at the tine Dann', ,Alibie linrris.
1 What has that to do with the Special and he has builded a little city of three years since and was taken into fore been a candidate for public office, I Methodist church next Sunday morning, Eighth{ GradBlanche( Barnes
. Edition T wondrous beauty on the shore of the ] the soldiers' home where he died on the Hon. N. P. Bryan, candidate for United the sermon being adapted especially to Earl, Fern Earl Mildred! Wmn Cora"t'
__ __ setting sun. His sentiment of "We I- I night of last Thanksgiving day. States Senator, showed remarkable young people. While we hope the older LHHH. Lena Lancaster !Norvin: Murphy
The thrill of -mriirp building electrifies come to all who would here abide" I i He joined the Baptist Church when a strength and vitality. In the second people 'wlTl 'also find real soul fool, we Bob Ifullock. Lawrence Tress

the Land of Pence de Leon and will be expressed in the Washington's young man and was converted and primary he will d>lJbU..811 gather to especially urge the young'( people to at "Ninth (Grade; Al"y Newman, Nathan
,1 all, from he who sits exalted in the Birthday Edition of the Kissimmee i j| never doubted his pardon and acceptance hjirme'f many new supporters, and if he tend. Bryan Edward Newton.

.. / legislative.! halls to the most lowly who Valley Gazette In magazine form ,1 with the Great Redeemer, Jesus the does not actually come under the rope Regular pr..achinsen'lc's/ at night. Tenth Grade Jean Thomas, (also
labors for liis daily bread give their ready February 22. Reserved copies I''I Savior of lost men, but he backslid and first will\ at t least make his opponent You are tprdially; invited to attend.W. omitted last month by mistake.) Jean

energy for the greatness of: Florida. twenty-five cents t each. I for years led a checkered life but never know that he was in the race. Bryan H. i nnk. Pastor. Thomas. _
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And as we Watch Kissimmee Grow" -Lif.- and" Limbi"I i doubted his conversion. After he came is a brilliant young Floridian of clean Encouraging Cholly.

we seem to hear above all the sloganed i want to insure." to Clearwater he joined our church life and high' ideals slid if elected will "I'm doing my l best to get ahead," ns- Old lit papers 2(1( cents can per ue hundred.bought at They this office are

r praise of other towns the cry: "On to "les, are or life r I (Methodist Episcopal Church South), doubtless make his native state proudof serted 'Cbolly. "Well, beaven knows the very thing ;you 'need to put> under
I Kissimmee "Both-I've 'tot a wooden le*.** I and, although he made many missteps i him. -Starke Telegraph./ yon need one!" assented Dolly. your matt nl[. ,
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Kissimmee Valley Gazette'', Crensoaw Bros.: Seed-.l o.,, Tampa, I When Dr. Ennls moved from. Narooossee ROLLINS CLUB prepared* a pit and had : roaring oak 'BANO-STANP ;:
4 Flat, have fresh seed" 8-41 to St.. Petersburg .he ,had a JjLEE Ore ready for( the THE
,. '*" large collection of splend'd books;; which. meats, which Mr; ) ,
TBLEPMONB "' 0. u, . Mr. Gee, F. Lee proceeded to prepare in ,
that the
We regret to learn he left In the keeping of Mr. J. M, most
*i i Singletary is quite ills' in Tampa,'wherehe Willson, Jr., to be used M haw lit. Gives a Delightful Entertainment at approved mlinner, and which, when ,Will'Be Dedicated With Appropriate .y r

A PUBLISHED"EVERYFRIDAY: went some days ago for treatment. Mr. Willson has now turned them over high School Auditorium. ready woul J'have'' satisfied the appetite

1j : B*.. .. j| Mrs. Slrigletary went down Tuesday. to to the new library, and( the. ladies In I. or the most exacting Ceremonies. .., t

........... '.be with her husband charge are very thankful for the valu- One of the pleasing entertainments epicureAfter ,'
' ; W. B. HA"'f'ue. post or rather Tbe handsome band stand la
: able addition which these books maketo supper during the that being
"t.1' Miss Camilla Morrison; 'one' of 'qur their already collection. of the'.eaaon, was given by the meal! which practically from erected "Is .
,., 1 [ \ lasteif'" 6 on Broadway completed .x
st efficient public, school teachers, Collins Glee Club on Thursday night of
11:30 o'clock
to ( the
has |*cepted a similar position at Oak ..Mr. 'Wm.' J. " WtherReporY Harbor, and heft for that place this,. by his father and mother, Dr. ; around a large. campfire, under the member, of' the band are 'making,preparations -

'J.: r r week to fappume her duties; and Mrs. W."W. Krape; recently,came torium. The'performanee, was given magnificent oaks which surround tl. to formally dedicate |It with a
down from Ohio by automobile apd ia for the'benefit of the High School Athletic '
dwelling ,
picturesque of the Messrs.;J concert and other
. wife; of
;; ) Mr. W. W..Mims, and baby touring the state in the machin was Association and netted considerable
,' 'the daily tem Monk Corner S. C., arrived here Tuesday in the ''City! last Friday. Mr. Krspe Is used a Vans Agnew; were, regaled with ''nter.l I' There Is no other city in the state that f
Following are which will be I
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evening-and are making their home a retired newspaper man, and dropped, purchase esting stories and reminiacensea: e can boast of a band stand the equal of

; per a tu res. And precipitatlon'asb at Dr. Breaker's. Mr. Mime la another into the Gazette;: office to make a\fra. paraphernalia for the gympaslum.1The I pioneer days of South Florida by,Judge this one, aa'. the gentleman who paid ."

h'': + reported! i by the Government addition to our carpenter' force ternal call. :Thc party left Friday: afternoon following! program 'was rendered: : Jonea and Mr. Lee, both of whom are .tbe expense bill-Mr C. W. Ward-waa .
. station at Kissimmre for the' for Eort: Myera ahd other points "Part .
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Mr. Will Gilbert, the fcbliging paa- ; splendid story -tellers; and the formerhaa determined that his home! town,, should
\' week ending Jan. 19, 1911. lIen! r of the A.-C. L., at the south. Soldiers Chorus Gounod
ire agent spent his whole-life in this.sectionof I have the best a* our- brass band ia destined .

MAX HIM. rule local station and is .taking a two weeks'Vacation Mr. and Mrs..A. F. Ruch-, of Petos- Glee Ctyb\ i iPickaninny Florida/. to be the best In Florida before b
;'j his place is being temporarily ky, Mich.-who are spending the winterin . . '
J. H. Strunk of Orlando. Lullaby Majyt f fMeesrs. *fh.. weather was perfect and the the yeacloses, and, this brings the
by up
.: Friday. . . ._ 77 54 . filled Orlando, were in thecity vesterday / Pope, Wethenll.rMartin) I J4
Saturday' . . 79 51 . I. and called at the Gazette office. Mr. spot ideal for just such a gathering, question of the band devising ways and ,
I' Circuit court is in session here this Ruch is proprietor of the Petosky Wall Blackman j I and all present had the time jot their'hves. means: to acquire money' to defray 'general "

/4 Sunday. . . 77 66 . week with Judge Minor S. Jones on the Paper and Decorating Company, and is Mr_ Peter Magnus Seeks Advice from :. expenses such aa music, instruments

Monday- 77 52 .' bench and State Attorney Jno. C.Jones thinking of coming to KllIsiml'l, _to I Mr. Pickwick . . .Dickens i: in-. etc. It the "
Tuesday. . . 76 5*' . in attendance. A detailed account of engage in the same line. He was here I Mr. Williams i was original intention
'. the proceedings will be published next last and purchased lot on which -of the band management to solicit
Wednesday. . 80 57 week. winter Nita Gitana . . DeKoven MICHIGANJCOLONYHaving
he will build if he decides on Kissimmeeas I I : advertisements from our merchants, to
Thursday . 73 60 . .. I
cation Mrs Pope
a : the
J The American Woman's League will .be painted in, panelll'around the

meet at Mrs. W. L. Wmri's Monday' Some of our elder residents win remember -' I'Thinkof Thee . . .Hand a Good Time 'Way Down stand, but there haa been some objection -

-- evening at 3:45: o'clock.( The fuinlture I that about ten years ago an Glee Club in Dixie. I' to' hat.. as it would detract from ;

is now being Installed in the Charter old maid's convention was held in this .fart Second j_ __ 'its beauty and 'also ;"appear "ch ap"1 1

bNti N11'N'N11M'W V 4N1N11 House, and all future meetings city, when the spinsters there assembled .' Cannibal Idyl _. : . . :!Tabor ]h remitting*, for hie subscription, but the members of the band must make
held there. / decided to toAIBllka in searchof .. s
husbands. These ladies have now Glee) Club' Capt. J L. Frisbie, who is at Kissim- provision( for their'actual expenses;;; and

f THE LOCAL FIELD.KMVWwKfNK i Tampa Mr. G.branch A. Petaway of the, Peninsula manager 'of.the Naval returned, and on Friday, Jan. 27th, willagain Sailors ChoIlJa... Parry mee, Fla., writes as follows, under date no !other way seems to, be. open"wiere* w

assemble in convention in this Quartet of January 3 : : '
Stores Company, and well-known in for unless some provision ia made t>y,

business circles throughout the state, city, when, each one with will relate her success her ex or Scene from Rip Van Winkle . . . ,'Of late the weather here has beenof the city or our people generally to pry -\, JtIB JtIBvldeways
-- .KK' was among the prominent visitors in perience failure in, quest together of: the elusive man. . Mr. LandstreetEves the-. m:ner sort in Michigan. During and means for the"nand to hi

........._ Crenshaw Bros. Seed Co., Tampa, Kissimmee Tuesday. That th>ed to Gaze in Mine, the past week the thermometer has pay its running expenses, it must however

.,y1 Fla., have fresh seed. ,3-4t Mr. and Mr Joseph Thui man, father Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Meiklejon of Youth Has a.Happy.Tread ranged from 70 to 80 degrees in the much:the members regret the action -,
the recent
and mother of Mr. H. W. Thurman, Alberta, Canada, are among it . Herman Loehr shade during the day and much warmer:! place"advertisements on the stand.. r
in arrivals in Kissimmee, and is'proba
.i.1 The Board of Trade will meet regular
of Mrs. I H.
session Monday night. and Mrs J. Fenton, sister the larft ble they will make their future home in Mr. PopeA in the clear bright sunshine: but the The members of the band have done

week W. Thurman and 'will, arrived spend in the winter city as this section. Mr. Meiklejon has been, Summer's Lullaby . . Gibson nights have been, and. always are, cool fere doing, and will continue to do, all
Mrs. A. R. Monroe of Jacksonville is engaged in the ranching business in Glee Club and delightful. I
visiting her father Mr. J. C. Wallace. guests of the Graystone.! Alberta, Canada, where he raised horseson in their 'power to provide our people ;ot

Worshi "S. L. Lupfer, of a large scale, but recently sold'outto "The Hillsdale colony here, fourteenin I with entertainment, for the band ia a
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. D. V. Strad- Orange Blossom! Lodge F. & A. M., come to Florida. He has purchased A STAG PARTYA number, are still in reasonable health part of Kissimmee, and it appears to }

lev, on Sunday, January 15th a daughter. and Past: Master J. M. Willson.. Jr., of eighty acres' from the Hunter Land and enjoying life to its fullest extent- i tbe Valley Gazette that it would be P.

the same lodge, have been in Jackson- Company, on the Kissimmee Prairie, considering that this is a 'dry' town, eminently proper for our business men iT.
ville this week attending the annual near Basmger, and has ordered a fine Most t Delightful( Evening Spent I to at once make provision for the band'a
Mr. S. B. Aultman went to Atlanta and county, in which a drop of that maintenance without Its
launch to use in going) to and from his forcing members
convention of the Grand Lodge '
N- Monday to look after business inter- ( property. Mr. and Mrs Meiklejon are On Paradise Island.The which intoxicates cannot be obtainedeven to mar the beauty of so handsome ran ,

ests. Next Sunday morning at 11 o'clock, both highly pleased with Florida.A on a physiciif n's prescription, notwithstanding ornament to our town by placing '
Messrs. P. A. and Frank Van
advertisements on it that toll of the
Crenshaw Bros. Seed Co., TampaFla. at the Presbyterian Church Rev S. S. I which the town is highly w
be the "Sabbath prominent party of tourists Includ- Agnew gave a stag party and barbecue. menu of- this, that or the other store.
Fla. have fresh seed. Snyder's theme will
Mr. and Mrs. Theo. White, Mr. prosperous and growing rapidly in pop -
ing to fewTriends Paradise Island last ---
Observed and in the evening; at 7 a on f
Honor your home talent by coming o'clock. "Where Art Thou 7" All are and Mrs. W. E. Blodgett and Mr.' honor of Minor S.Jones ulation and wealth. There are a large
evening in Judge Auction Sale at Park.
t out to the opera house Friday evening, cordially invited to these services. Geo. E. Sebnng and family, all of whomare number of Michigan people here, in fact I I Prospect r ;
at Davtona, stopped over who is holding Circuit Court
Jan. 27.Mrs. wintering ,, every slate in the unionis represented: The auction sate of Iota at ProspectPark
and werar at
Free demonstration in Mexican cut here Sunday night guests here this week.
D. P. Graham left last Sunday work and stenciling'at: H. C. Stanford the Graystone. The party were maK- The cuisine and commissary depart- "With kind regard arid best wishes which la being conducted by: the
Eastern Land of
# for an ment was in charge of Hon. J. M Lee, Conn., began yesterday afternoon and
I Live Oak"The this beautiful were traveling by automobiles, using "
J 1 p. m. Don't miss seeing am truly yours Jno. L. Frisbie. drew a large crowd. _'
three machines for the party. Mr. who knows so well how to barbecue
work. Watch the window Saturday
I Hillsdale Mich. About. dozen lots of
Return at the ( ) Daily.St.Qndartl. were disposed
<< Spinsters<< << opera White is the inventor and manufacturerof and for
2-2t meats provide the wants of the I I
Jan. 27. Come and brought from $100 to $150. Handsome -
house Friday evening, the White Steamer cars, and is using I '
one-come all. Maj. T. 'F. CQm s, auctioneer for the very handsome cars to make their inner man. Followed Directions., presents consisting of gold watches l'
Bowman Realty Co., who are preparing trip. They left Monday morning for The party consisting of Judge Jones l j jMessrs. i i ""'to kbni: 4i.i\v: In uii.nlu." said and silverware were distributed
Mr. E. G. Fewell, a large cattle to open up a now addition to Kis- Florence Villa and other points south. . J. M. Lee, Arthur E. Donegan, the photographer. Inspecting she result among the fortunate !holders of the right i
owner of Fort Gardner, has been in the numbers, and all came a,vay well satis
simmee, known as Lincoln Heights and I I of the first sitting "You Inive
S. H. Bullock, H. C, Stanford, .P. A. neeui to
this week. fled +
city Mr. DeWitt of Middletown,
put on a special sale of lots about the Whitney r i
and Frank Vans Agnew n.W.. Mei- bad cue rye .Liuu"I sale will continue this fternoonand ;
Delaware county, N. Y., reached tte The t
!8th, of Tuesday in the
- -Sam J. White State Evangelist, will February,, spent. I leu tultl: UJK iu wiut uuturally." .
city Thesday night, haying come hereto klejon and W. B. Harris left the city tomorrow afternoon; and the out-
preach at the Christian church tonight. city. verify some of the stories he had dock on launches at o'clock, and I said the sitter, "and that's what 1 was : ook is that a large, number of lots will
S. J.. Vance, pastor .. Ex-Governor and Mrs. W. S. Jennings been reading in the Valley Gazette of I trying to do' __ ____ I b* sold and Prospect Park will\ com
arrival found
that Jim Davis and Mr. .4
Mr. N. It White, of St Cloud is of Jacksonville, were in the city this wonderful section. In conversation ;IEo>n into prominence as a residential ,
e spending today in the city looking after last Friday. Governor Jennings was with a representative of this paper Tucker! who live on the Islond. had Old newspapers for a I"1 at' this offi.a! l; brction.v .

business matters here on legal business, and in company Mr.. Whitney stated that he was most
witlr'Clerk of the Court Arthur E.Jonpj'an. highly pleased with our town and believed I

Dr. C. L. Hjattof Arcadia has located found time to pay a .visit to I there were more opportunitiesopen . 4w.
in Kmsimmti- with offices over St Cloud. here to a man with enterprise .
Roberson's Pharmacy. }han ajiy other place that lie had ever ,1 'I.
Do not fail to be'present at the opera I viRiteil In fact, he is 1 fO well pleased. ;. 1; J !f. f1;? R $ t I

Mr. Hiram Moody is in the city this house Friday evening:', Jan. :27 to rejoice that he is now looking around for a "" :..1' 1* )?!. } .:"' ." ,', 'l ,.r/H i; ': ; ; .l
"t .; }
with the who !? f""
\ week attending to court matters in returning spinsters I suitable place to purchase as a home. : : . .. '\ ..j"w; '. ))'Ji' ;; "
which he is i interested found husbands in the far West even 5i '11 .<\.. .; j
though one was an.Indian, and to sympathize I Mr. C. L. Key alid son who recentlycame .. ;. ,. v 4. ', t,": ,.....,.; . .; ..11' .:.. '
I Cashier W. H. Norton of the Citi with those who were not so foi-. down to St. Cloud from St. Peter, i . ..
:zens hank made a business trip to tunate in their search. Minn., to( look over our country, spen -.. .. + J .. .. Pa ,, :::1

Jacksonville} this week. Wednesdov in Kissimmee. Mr. Key is . \- '' ... .""."...t ', .f'
The question of an' amendment to a valued subscriber of the Valley Ga- .-', ;<',11.,.,>.'.-..,"'r'fI;'- I
J.; ;;, ,, Messrs. 'G. E. Tarbox and D: J. our city erter providing for a boardof zette .and dropped in while here to .renew ',. ',. :t'
r f. :tJ"li" Laaher'have just returned from Zephyr public(\iks will be up for discussiqjrl his subscription, and have a social ,, "

:;. hills, Ocala .and other points.. and final' disposition at the Boardof chat with the editor. He stated that J
)' ., Trade meeting Monday night, and it
1'Mr. he had found the country 'just what he
: D..N. Floyd has"-opened?a restaurant -
1., < and ice cream parlor in connection is hoped every member will be on handto had expected from reading; the paper ..

with the Kandy Kitchen.' take part in the discussion and that he was more 'than pleased. . .
"I find he said have ideal I
"you an 5 Isr
Messrs, Edick & O'Brien, the new
!\rrs. Sarah Aum..nd. of Shelby. Ohio firm that recently purchased the Home climate and there is unlimited opportunities i r e k
m the guest of IIr.> and JII.'s. W. H. I store have ordered a handsome soda for the man who wants to get .Wi t

rank at the Methodist parsonage fountain to be installed in their store, out and hustle-what more could a man 1 rit
ask. for ur eXJKctr" Mr. Key will 1
Mr. M. Ct Waring, one of Lakeland's and will also open an up-to-date ice probably build a home either in KIB- t-

<. ....- 'leading rtalct-tatt itculpi". was trana- cram parlor. They art also puttingin simmee or St.- Cloud. 6f d
line of and .
I a fancy family groceries.At
acting business\, in thin city l Tart Mon- Jd7i
Gen. Sedgwiek Circle Ladies of the
day. of the Gen. O. 0: Howard
a meeting/ -
G. A. It., which meet each month on
Judge Minor S. Jones and State Attorney Post G. A. B., held last Wednesday, the second and fourth Wednesdays, ''! xetg 4
I I the instructed to
J '. Jm. C, Jones arrived in the city quartermaster( was have elected the following officers for I .
-.1 order five hundred to be carried
V. ,L Monday and, opened circuit court :Tuesday the .ensuing tear: Ellen D. Plummer.
i by the school children in the parade to Bertha
i president ; Twitchell, senior
be held during the G. A. It. State En-
vice president; Carrie Murphy, junior r
.1; Mr. Riley Godwin, one of the leading campment to be held in this city in vice president; Vera Miller; secretary

i cattle men of the Whittier section, has February. Mattie Porter, treasures; Frances Van

,ji been m- the city attending circuit court Messrs. J. M. Dixon and J. H. Morgan Duzer chaplain; Luey Whitman, con. ;

11 this week. of St. Cloud, spent Monday trans- Lillie Porter, asst. con. ; Sarah Mark,
in this city. Mr. Dixon guard; Mary Conger, asst. guard. The
and wife of
Mr. E..Eeird Delphi
informs the Gazette that he has made ommittee on arrangements for: the
f.j' Ind, have taken rooms for the winterin application for a homestead in the L. G. A. R. convention to be hteVl in

one of file Farmer cottages near the lower part of the county, and that he Kissimmee are the following; Bemia
__. building.Mr. .
High hA4I" also recently built residence at Twitchell, Frances Van DuiefadMattie

t W. R. Moore from the lower St. Cloud. Porter. This comotftfee will Be

I; section of the county, is attending the glad to furnish and Information desired A FLOWING WELL
Dr. M. J. Hicks received a communication -
regarding this encampment. The L.
meeting of the grand lodge F. & A. M. ,:
in Jacksonville this week. from Jacksonville this week G. A. R: will hold their session in the ,
stating that Mrs. Slater Reed, whom Presbyterian Church. E. D. Plummer, = AT :

.t' The Rev. David D. Kidd will hold he accompanied to the hospital in that president. _

,. services in the Episcopal church on city some days ago to undergo a serious ---- -.

Sunday next. Morning prayer, the lit- surgical operation, is now fast improving -
A Pleasant
ny and eermon at 11 o'clock. home. and will soon be able to return Surprise. Kissimmee Parkr

I Monday last being the fiftieth birth-
Mr. S. W. Rea of San Diego, CaJL. '"
Mr. C. W. Parish of Cincinnati Ohio .
has been spending a few weeks in Kis- day of Mr. S. J, Triplett associate!
in the last week for few
eimmee. He has just installed a large was city a editor of the Valley Gazette, a numberof
days and made a visit to St. Cloud .
i ,f yteam heater in tbe iraystone.. where he has some real estate interests.He his friends decided to give him a

ih''. Matters of extreme importance will is connected with the postofflce in i pleasant lurprise. . ..
be at the the Cincinnati and is off on a brief vaca- Mrs. Triplett had been let into the
presented meeting tf f These wells can be had .at from 15Q to 350 feet for from $75
and tion and came down to look his property to" h:
Board! of Trade on Monday night .
1 : /' secret, and had, unknown to her husband > '
every member should be present.; over. prepared refreshments for the $175. This conlb'ined with the many other ftdvo'-'tages, .' '.t- =

of Pine Mr. E.A!>. Thompson, formerly in the About o'clock .
1 Mr. P. M. Shanmbarger, ccasipn. 7.30: a number .'
.. Castle, spent Monday in this city, the turpentine business near this city, but of guests began to arrive, and later the I ONE OF WHICH IS FROST* PROTECTION. '. rl
who has for the
past few months been
guest of his uncle. Dr. W. H. Funk,
i of the Methodist church. living at Barney Ga., was in Kissim- band boys came on the scene with their /
S pastor mee a few days this week, and statedto instruments ands' gave him a splendid! makes this an ideal place to '

'II'; Mr R. E. Halbert, accompanied by a reporter of this paper that he serenade, after which the guests assembled -
his mother arrived last week from would in all probability retqrn to this have a home. '
section to live before in the parlor, and Grand Ledge! Mich. to spend some Ion;, .
.I time with Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Flem presented with several handsome .....
ing. The many friends of Miss Genie Lo- presents in token of the high esteemin
1 den will regret to learn of her death at ,
} Sunday at the Christian Chlrch! '-SubYo the home of her sister, Mrs. G. R. Cal- which be is held, and also of apprej

k ."? ject at morning service., "Peter's Sin," kins, of Gainesville, Ga., which occur ciation for his splendid work in bringing rt

evening service, "Start Right. AI red on December 24th last. Miss Gene, this section into prominence through Ml

cordial invitation to all. S. J. Vance, as she was familiarly known among her I the) columns of the Valley Gazette.
: T'astor. I friends lived several years in Kisaim- Kissimmee Valley Land t F
I meelaterment! was in that city on This wholeffroceeding was an entire Company '

"I t Mr.' Frank Vans Agnew's five acre Christmas day, surprise to Mr. Triplett 'but he assured .

.peach orchard en Paradise Island is i all present of his hearty appreciation
now in full bloom, and is a sight to delight The Sunday school will be reorganized : (';; ':o,.. ; .
: of their thoughtfulness and esteem. j. E. w..
'I'' the eye of the most ardent horti at St. Johns Episcopal church next ,, MATTOCKS, Manager ** }oj ; .. '(% '
culturist. Sunday at 10 a, m. All parents interested I The refreshments were enjoyed by r .
3 I I I are requested to send their chil the merry'party, and aa each one took ... .

'j\-,\ The Ladies of the V. 'I. S. are preparing dren. The second Sunday after Epiphany leave the hope waa expressed that fifty K KISSIMMEE FLORIDA s H. )w1 i' Ja
for a humorous entertainment to, Hymn ,65; Processional, A* with
be given on February 3rd. A more extended I gladness men of old; Venlte, Ye Deurn more happy birthday might be enjoyed I \ I, ; 'I
,, .
notice will appear, in these Laudamui;.Jubilate Deo,Service Hymn by the surprised, but none the less ap- .. '.'" ., -_ _>. .-.,. ', .. _.', :

columns next week. 840; Recessional. Hymn 62. preeiatir, host.
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Office Residence126.
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,Owen Sound Out., that "'Nody '' -
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..' " .X>wen So>ui
.;;,,;'" {. I ; dtinty' streets Xo NLreutta.inveryi' I I T J Al[t. RIVERS, /K/f DPHYSlJCtAN I. f

'. Illinois ,Commission Builds Ono(; rain falls or' bow ;much water have aij .established. reputacloneztending. J
: sprinkled on Ills-streets) lu'' -' ever thirty yean, being "SURC&Ofllce.OTerOsceola
an, AND af
: 1 itchen: I I''With ul Use cf Site thereafter the duet becomes .'UUI1l80<1111: planted and used extensively' .- ,' .. '
.. and a menace to licallb.' To overcome by the beat Fannera'and Gardener f ( ; > Pharmacy i

,< I : this the municipal' authorities qxperlmeuted throughout the Middle: and I C l Residence 63 ":w

". with.\ oU, Whlcte proved Southern Statea.Wood's ". i I HONES" Ollce US ': 1"r

\ '. '"I*_, . CONSTRUCTION METHOD EASYThe such a' succerfs! that now all the.,..prln* 1..'
I clpal streets In.. the town ore oiled.The New for 191 IWill .

1 .. now open and ready to supply you With J *. .I e tboroughfar aF6 macadamized help you: to *.:v' ,
i) BQN BONS I .' j and .are t'st8W"I't; clean and tuo oil Catalog determine as
-CHOCOLA.TES OF ALL KINDS, TAFFIES :j S.ver. 'W..r Ciutad by Autftmo- 'put on ijijuietlliUoly after with the l :: '
'" I ttr ..:.:: CHOCOLATE NUGATINES, CREAM'.NUT KISSES. AL- : bilet Hai'Madr'lt ry to Find; sprinkler. for crops and pub . .
success profit.Our \'i'i1C: A.1- At Io-IJ <(JKJKOS.KlKHIMMKK.(
Something Stronger Than th* Macadam I objection af first wan that the ,
'i 't=, KUMAS, FRENCH NUGETS ALMOND N'UOETS---: Ro /d'-Exp.rlmBnt j .With Mixture odor from the trade oil wax offciiHlre. lications haarc l long been noted _CII PlIOHKPlIONR 'j;. . .

'- of Dirt and Oil Show .AltVrofula I but In n day oi two this dlsIIPI>earl'd". for the full and complete information A1RRIc. W7.. FLOJlID.
"' R
j '. ",' -CREAM CARAMELS OF A t. .,, I J. W. SIMI'SON '
4- "CANDY itluculam hove LHHMY the'world'.. leu Mtreelsvn( recognized l by Catalog mailed free DH" I
811.1 : on. "
htomliird The first application of oil I lanied "
for but under
ninny years request. Write for it. DBNTIST.J
I weekH, nod the second sane
CANDLES ALT FLAVORS conditions of modem trnfllc they have i iBO application \ .'
-.;- -;- -;- :- rE I .
r ,.A I" I iilfhlj' worn nway that lu tin put were on the of other the dustiest day struct uuU what,> I T:. w. WOOD & SONS.. 'Upstairs :.n Katz Huildin,
some IIr
)j I ELLED N'V'2'S' country wliloli li;)lIlIt,11 the enduring I II now perfeetly dusUess.. I Seedsmen. -| Richmond.. Va., ,MrFrcE: II';, r t.', 1:30'*': a. tl'm.5::30 to 12 1 p. m.m.

I mllltnry] roads! of"Xup't>leoo a conI I j
1tf "The town ojllliil( stale hat It will'jbe Telephone No. 7: .Jun a, lyr. '
gross cot the jxtml "tijrlncrgs "' tli.> nn nniiiinl Slaving of $2.J()() over the _
FOR : .CAKES I I II HI. ...._ .I '
T ( Y.T rt'f world was ItaIIMI l to dlwus meant of | old water HVHKHII" and ut tile sanle -- :#I '
I'I W.: W. CARSON. D. D. S.
1 -,, -- -r -y', ---.1>0.1 I presenting! Thom; from going up (n' tluie' give much) better res Jbl. -- DENTAL PARLORS 1"

smoke or hint. The Iron tire of tinI, I

.- FANCY TRIMM I / ))1}1)) CASES J !'1 parted horse drn the\\'llmenlon vohU-lo( > r rolled
matte tire of I cue motorcar sucks
up no-ward heelers no dives, no B TO 12 ..
1( "i "j the dust mill drnwi It Into the air to I t houses of infamy no schools ocrime. '" oRFICs. HOURS : >t TO s ::

1 |,,blow II"'n3'. It wiia formerly .oiupnc- Hut lucre are Indescrlb- :S: Paper Hanging

r\t\ For Banquets, Weddings and Receptions ', lion by t ru..IIi>; now" It Is !ful'!Iou. :f: ably awful roads especially 'InWTf I J.M.I WILLS N, JR., -
I ( the wlutor. A, DecoratingKalsomining
, I the work of (lie > t.
by. state 9 i NOTAHV IJJlI.IC. . t
These Goods are all Manufactured in Kissimmee highway coinnilsulon of IlllnoK. One :, ) STAIR AT LAKOE. \

"' Confectioner of the best mll'OlI I of macndnm road ,
by an Experienced and are
.. ever (ronHtriictwI and "lJrtuI'c bound GRADES ON HIGHWAYS. .. .Ron) Estate' Agent.

.Guaranteed Absolutely Pure. with a gravel of |..HMillnr (cementing/; ,
1 I Workmanship Guarantead, : as KSSIMMEE.: FLORIDA
quality. lion boon ripped up'rinllJlo"n Three or Four P.r C.nt Slop. Advim-. J JW.

-4 away down to the large, sharp pointed I able For Heavy Traffic. Good as the Best. '

rocks that constitute the basic course A 1 per cent grade on a road meansa S. HARWELL

Other experiments with oil and tar rise of one foot for each hundred

D. N. FLOYD'Manager hare proved I the binding! anti protectIng feet( of distance traveled up tbe Mil REAL ESTATE

'I. properties '!those\ nubslnncps. '> A 10 per cent grade( menus ten fret C. H. WEBKINCM57iM N : Notary Public at Large

rise In each hundred feet so traveled
{ -- Value of Oil.
f = Onico over ilohcrMon'a J'harmaey
The value of oil of heavy ncphalt A 1 per cent grade( then means that ,
In traveling uphill one mile an ascent )KISSI.VMKK.: ; : FLA.
butte/ the residuum after rcflnlug out ,
t BROADWAY next door to Cole's'Jewelry Store the voT.Hllo oils- -us A. binder for rock Is mAde I o s feet, while u 10 percent

roads li-d to experiments with It In (the Ki'..".. ,11 a rive In ullltud"( i. ". VI...... "GNKW W It JflAWPOHO-.

ii construction of dirt roods without the of 52H fr. mile. Accurate tests
+ j jA hove "shoe, t thai' a horse' which COD
: _. J 1 ........ '.. use of stone The Idea wns to compact )
I and bind the dirt BO that It wouldbe pull 1. pull only Nil pounds on a rise of onefoot you_
I' waterproof and as wearproof as t'rtta.ry I'ubUc
l possible. In other words. to MIld I the; In fifty, and on n rise of one N .1 I (')"pre a I lath 14 a tlu>u. dl..lIvrrel.. ,
\ foot In Ian he can [mil only Sol I pounds. N piirtlelos of dirt together: HO (lint true <) ..
i iI \VlnilnOrplatU-r St I. "t. ><'' -i.I lli/t-IK I III Ilk lltlllillllKKISSIMMFE
These facts shoat that the greatest No l I I'rlck' p"I1I1oer l lei.' "
NEW CENTRAL HOTEL I lion would produce little dust.One i '; / FLORIDAH.
; load that can l he hauled over a roadIs No. I FlreHHi-k 'm VHI-II.
of the"most striking/; experiments with i Pint "r lav, get I Ib. .
the laid whlcli can be taken up! "em""I"cr bhl l 'tte'ale .per hh1. n.-l i
oiled black mud was made at Ueiiicnt. '
i iIn
' 4 tho Ht'eegx-Ht hill\ \ on thnt/ t road or for return ", *itx.HnuHcpltr D. (iElq I;.I--
A. G. 'HAMILTON. Propnetor. Plait county" and I herewith we return i (.|' rks.'hlmur) bliu, k" .,",''
to our Illustrations.\ The HeinerU i through I he deepest!, mudliolc. Itf\ In faint/ aryl/'Lt ng you well I in. tluK! ==--- therefore advised that all highways I ,Attorsiey-aft. : w
, section. ranks among the Holiest In traveled by heavily loaded vehicle lino.B.. 11\('''.'Hfo f central Illinois. It Is. rich hecause It State Hank
: Kldg
AMIHlllN| FRKKllroadwiy ;
should be kept within a 3 or 4 percent
: IB fairly bottomless. It was low J11I1t '
; I red Mldl"lulll. It.
: Kissimmee's Newest and ond awa 1'11'3' In the olden days before grade If practicable. To do this Kiss tt1l1leC, Florida -

may require a change of location to .. .
the comliif of the steam dredge! nnd i --- --- --
get nround hills, always keeping" In
= :. Most To Date Hotel the (tilts and Its rou'ds were all ImpassIble i
Up- mind that the lower the grade the
: that of ]land afford I
n h as type larger the load mny be himled and JENKINS & WOODIIAM f
,f ; II It usiible all the year round for the cost of unhinge kept at the lowest -
Strictly Modern and Fireproof throughout. Located in maximum lards, It Is practlcnlly; \ dustless point l XBnnBfh D.: Butlell r

It requires no drugging or scrap-i
I center of the City and Adjoining Passenger Depot. I'
lug, and It has a resiliency that saves .
3 v 4 e OC 0!' and
? horse and vehicle and adds much to'' Surveying

the comfort of the occupants of wagon Good roads are the earmarks BPRBER SHOP

clvlll7.ntlou\ \ \ the emblem of Intelligence : .
or (carriage. After more than a year's

., ; American Plan $2. Per:*Day tentthe a groat-experiment success, ,and uiust-be the.pronouuted best men-' ment, whereas, educationand bad roads are r '.1ne the- I Drinks & Cigars DraftingOFFICE .

about J3ement, wlio'have made a study sign i of backwardness, Indolence" '

ot roiidn for many years, regard It as and.'Indifferent! cStlzen blll. Ft : IN FRATKRJJIT.Y: HALL
14 ra Kissimmee
the solution of the problem of building ,
; mudlOHS roads In the black: prairie KISSIMMEE PTA '
q '
oJ', oils ,
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"- ;
1,: The method of construction was pfnil I II' ,

lk .. l pie, Tbe road was plowed six! Inches I Automobila Club Glvaa Fr.. Drags toF.rm. J. W. THOMPSON FIORIDA REAL[ (ESTATE FOR SALE[
LESS dirt to each side
1 K FOR I' deep and the scraped J .....
+Ni fi Ii,' S In, tbe bed thus rna/le! a layer of oil 1\ Inaugurated several months Beautiful winter home sites situated!
A plan
was sprinkled, the oil In this exp rl- 1 in the Lake Region: oj Florida.
: Your Good II meat being what la usually called 80 ago by the Manhattan (Kan.) Motor FUNERAL DIRECTOR Trucking and Farming Lands in
;,y; ;; Day's Depends I club has been successful l In betteringthe large
I to 85 per cent asphalt oil. After tbe andLICENSED or small'tracts.
condition of the country roads In a
t" Upon Your Night's Good Rest oil was applied two, Inches of dirt were [ \
radius of ten miles from Manhattan
(scraped back Into the roadway and oil I SPECIALTYList
at least 60 per cent, and the plan Is
MOil disked together.
and were thoroughly
e i so inexpensive that the. club urging Opposite Courthouse your property with me for quick
It therefore .
is' essential that \
t.a you U.. of Tamper. .other towns to Cake it up. aal .. I t

+ V. haver comfortable elastic felt Then followed a tamper an Implement The club gives a road drag to every KI.SIYYESFLORIDA: :
if : a sanitary
h like a large field roller, each section farmer who will guarantee to use - ---_-- H. M. Breaker & Co.Box .
1 It to keep three miles of road In good .
mattress. of which hours closely set prongs
r'' about too Inchell'101lg., somewhat like condition. The club has given away 175 KISSiMMEE, FtA.
f' more than forty drags and Is getting Osceola TitleGuarantee
The Princess the spikes attached to the wheels of
calls for tbem at the rate of about
a steam roller to tear up the road, only
1 'Mattress is "- and rounded tbe end. This four a week. .l
longer on
r W L.
guaranteed The club first made the offer several Company yflit UU-IOB
tamper does the work Its Indicates .
months ago. The farmers were slow
G to be made oi -it completes tbe'mb(1Jre and *
In taking advantage of It, but a tewa.a .. .
the oU and dirt and tamps It down. ---- -- -- --
ago the club's president Pro J.
carefully sanitized After Its use more oil and dirt were advertised Q. P. GARRETT, Manager. ,
D. (Jolt. the offer In the lo-
added until three Iffjers bad been
ap "-
cal newspapers, and the result has
rl' material into and then the steam roller com
woven plied ,
., ,' ''Jrz''LT I been that the drags are being taken Real Estate
pleted the work.
by the farmers as :fast as the club can Real estateTitle.
J layers oi resilient About two and halt gallons of oil .
a get them made. Tbe club has placedno examined and reported on
MATTRESS used the. yard. TbU Taxes for non-residents
were square paid
limit the In which the
on territory
,.' durable felt that will oil sells, according to quality, at from Instruments relating to real estate
offer. Is and the In
good drags are use

..: ;not f l lump, pack down or become hard. 4 cents to 7 as cents an average Per gallon and building railing! a 6 cost In all the about of the$0 each.county. Tbey o.-er\lIy\ ) drawnCorrespondence Solicited KISSIMMEE FLORIDA:

i road sixteen feet wide, which U wider .
ai;'! It is the superior ol many and (Ke; equal of any than la, necessary for the oU, we have r.acx6 rfl. rffc A.dfc-UIC--

' ,-j; i -f mattress'for you are pay or :
; The labor cost U. to tie added to that.It M. '
Are you In favor of good The Home Bakery Man TILLER JK ,
less.. The Price of The Princess $10.
;V r, is only Is certainly tbe cheapest endlessroad toads If not yon don't belong ',

We have been engaged in the manufacture 01! that has yet been devised as the to this. age of the world and this. < ; = Real Estate Agency :
'rock roads Into large
run quickly mon-
+ 55 mattresses for more than 22 years. We put all of our ey when tbe material must be carriedIn town Is no place for lOlL I\ Takes this opportunity to thank N\\\\\\\N\NN\\a\N\\NN\\N

1 the good people of this city for
',t. oi.experience facilities and expert workmanship by Realty, bought\ and sold.
years Repairs are readily mad In this I I their liberal patronage and would

J ,into The Princess. It weighs 50 pounds and may form of road construction. Tbe top i Tar en English Roads. I also] take this means to say that 4 Houses rented.

q .. plowed up more oil added, tamped The county surveyors In England our limited facilities for making 4 Taxes paid and Titles verified -

\. be had in'plain' stripe fancy or art ticking. Sold on and rolled, and tbe surface to as good have reported that the tarring, of goods will prevent (for awhile) our j for non-residents.

$V a,60 nigh guarantee. II your dealer can't t supply as new. It Is not a road that does not roads has resulted In a saving( of 20 general delivery to all parts of the j Fire, Life and Accident In-
I need No such road la built. 25 cent of the
.repair. to per cost of the road surance. .
you? write Us.and we will arrange for one to be sent I Even th'e l. city's gran It. block wear maintenance. The average cost of maintained city. Quality and variety Our nice will be J i Indemnity"u"v"vtfwif .

i i ; ,, 'to your door express prepaid. out under tbe creaking wheel. of Its spraying; with tar .Is $19Ci per mile always.
Alit I ; heavy trafflq? TIle fundamental fault {experienced men say that It pays to ----'Vj-"""'"

d M yon wnM a _HrmGbolMla d. I.s., MIlt rear d..l.c for l of American country road builders Is spend this much for tarring the roadst&at HOT ROLLS and BISCUITS -- -- -- --- '
..,.. -- r.
TK Sanitary F.h the oWJ < .xc.ll..ce
their Idea road will builtIt coat to mile
that J7SO $1OOO
ri loa a.av n wkly. Prtce .. .b.t.r stay price.t .. a per a Also HOT BREAD
won't It Is not In the nature of year for maintenance. Nothing more

t Samples( ticking cheerfully sent request : tilings. Tbe r best of roads need repair. satisfactory than 'tar has been found. i \ FOR SALE CHEAP FOR GASH ;

and wise to that commissioner who haslearned i Two methods are used In applying it
4 I II" will ready mornings 1 and afterTTT -
4.r that In road maintenance a If the road .Is resurfaced the material Lot 80x1421 ft. right back: of schoolhouse

IGHOLSTIN-CUNNINGHAM i I stitch In time saves nine. Unfortunately Is previously saturated with tar. On and noons CAKE-Parties and a nice variety and of PIES containing 'one cottage 4 '

of have learned roads that not used much Wedding
not many them are too such rooms and one 3

''V ,",", V: \ PRINGBEp CO. I:that fact treatment will last fire or six year*. a specialty. orange grove 197 cottage old trees room, 17 ;acres also

Evidently tbe (Mack mud regions" far The other system is. to spread hot \
under fence, one mile from
L. Maonfetturen .. An.A.NrA.GA. from gravel& and limestone, need net tar on Jhe surface, and this has provedi city.

t' ... rJ, '" pf sit helplessly marooned In mad. ,,Awry to be more than a dust protector. It A. S Apply HARRY W. THURMANA/
, 'K-' r,,'" oat baa apparently been found-. maces: ,the road waterproof and binds : QMII.! The Graystone Hotel, City.

, ( ., ._.., over a solid...aQbltaat1a1 .brI4p",. baUtot' together the material. making It more "
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: Good Soil v Good Water, Good Health, Good Title..t t ,


Come to' Zephyrhills ''Colony', Paseo Co.' Fla. ;: '

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'I VIarlht
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Another Remarkable' Thing / !'.
Zypl i11s o1c ray .

about this Colony is. everybody bought before coming here "is + ey

well pleased when he sees' the land many buy more after arrival. '

is located in the hilly region of.Eascoand Hillsborough Counties. The More than Two Hundred families have come here from other y .

railroad depot, as shown by the profile of the Seaboard Air Line railroad Colonies in this state and have bought here and the most of them-

_ is 137 feet above sea level. Many ot the surrounding hills rise --' .. .-- -i-- - have built and are well pleased. Over 1.000 heads of families

to over 250 feet above sea level, and there is not a steep or'abrupt : have bought here representing probably 5.000 people. There is. .

hill anywhere.; The soil is a reddish yellow .or chocolate colored ( no "Kickers Association:; and the Colony js not on the defensive

loam. In many places clay and rock croo out. No more productive against complaining Colonists. The Colonists are satisfied and 1

upland soil can be found in the state. Corn has been known to yield contented. .

over 40 bushels per acre; while the common yield of potatoes is from ,,. Zephyrhills is a regular station on the main line of the Seaboard .. I

2OO to 300 bushels per acre. Eggplants, Onions Cabbage Tomatoes Air Line railroad. .The station is still known as Abbott. All _ *

Beans. Tobacco., and in fact all farm products do well on this trains stop here and one may go from re.lnto New York City l

soil. 'It is the perfect soil for peaches, plums and pears; excellent without change ofcars., Only 38 miles by rail from Tampa--where ,

t-II.. .. for oranges and grapefruit.Nc ----- the Mallory S. S. from New York make regular weekly trips. Also JV

..state iu the Union can boast of better water. The water- the Southern S. S. line from .Philadelphia have docks and make ]

bearing rock i is quartz; hence no Impnrltles in the water. It is found ... regular trips. Also steamer connection with Mobile and New Or-

after passing through yellow or reddjsh clay and flint rock from 3O to I leans. There is n6< 'doubt but what this is the best Colony in that I

80 feet rising in the well -to within 15 to 30 feet of the surface. State in which to. locate. .

Not trace of lime sulphur, salts or other mineral can be det ctd-: s.
a I You can buy a B-adro tract of laud and receive with It a town( lot for $76 cash f lor. for $82.80 payable
It has been analyzed,and pronounced "Pure Water. I $7.BO cash and 'B a month for IB mQ8. No timber or turpentine reservation to shoo you

I off your land. Title sound; 1'01111011111011.Itn"edlete. and absolute.

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Come and See for Yourself. If you. can't come today write!' Address .1

t Zephyrhills ,,0 on'. Co.I. : 1t ,t Is u

Zephyr Pasco County Flroida.Notice .



Sale School Laqds.Tallahai.Hce nlleKHtlon nsid lilll will be taken as con. Order of Publication Order cf Publication. Savannah, Ueorgla( -, and are over the age of Order of Publication.In .
yest.tdei.y raid I'h'o'hml. Iwcnty-nne Jturt ; I
Pla Hi r. 2" r">l"( It Is fiirtliiT'. ordered that this order be pHbllHhed Iu tin Ircult Court of the H..v<.nth Judicial Hi the Circuit court of the Pevtuth JudlclnlClrcurl It In therefore ordered Hint said ni.n-re';ldentdvlendauta circuit Court State of Florida Seventh '"+
Circuit of the MtHtit of Florida in and for Oveola ,- of the Stale. of Florida, in end fur
The Statejloaril, of Kdumtion: ( will sell ,to thevhlithrnt one'. a w t'fk for four eois.ecutivedvet ks be, and Ibe rare hereby reitilrrd toappear JudlclaClrcultOsceolacountylnobanoery./ (
amniiHl, bldd.r| fonafh. the full." ins iu the. Ku-hlnirnve. Velkf (.alette, a ptwspnperpublished | Cumaty. In CliHliocrj. Robert B.8evage Own-Ola county, In chancery. Anne Palmer to the 1 Mil of complaint, filed In the said I Tom lefferst complainant vs. Carrie 'J(.
d.. rrtbedland'.Ijlugln, | | Ow"la. county. Florida ) Iu the. county. ofOxteole "'1u... of UK 'KUHrdiiiii of Ihi. citato of Olivine Fell end r-:. Nelson Foil herhutibaudcum- cause on or-before' 'nonUff. CtTi"d:;y' of 1eft..defuDc1ant., '** I
.,lo K,II All .,-ex-tloll li. Iu 1" M -. K 31 K::, Florida, ZtllaavnKe, minor, .romplalnant, ".. Charlea ,. plaluauts, va, ball P. 8e-fon.( F. M. Oliver aa February. A.D., 1911, otherwise the allegation' It appearing, by affidavit' appended. to lot bill '
containing 012C4 sen-Allof', Hec. N-.T.J4S. 11 Wllnehe the 114..0r.ble.Jloor S.Jones Judge K. fr"vatt, as ex-offlrloadniiulatratur, of Executor( the Lent Will end Testament 0' said bill) will be .taken. ,aa. oonfciuvd' by said<< filed in the above cause that Carrie M. >
and hand Clerk thereof the estate of C. A. Camming<< deceased. and Nannie C. tlivr) deceased, ,, the said F, M. defendant elfe... the defeuaau lhvrotn .
83 E, t'ont.lnlnllfl3ll.(1:! acres; All Sen. of 14 T 84 of said") Oourt, my at v named, la r. |-
8 ft 34, E, containing Ctl.OO ante: ;,, All of Beetion -, and the,11I'101 .ealof said Court, this the,, 2nd/ Karah pummlngs, Delhert CummlDIII. Jacob Oliver, In his own, flyM, and Juliet Oliver It'la'fur'lhfrefJered.tlml ordeibepub. dent of the State of Florda/or some other
1A,In T IK H. R.M: 5couteining5llt.llaerpr: : day of December<. IflO , \\lf.., Anitle, B Srtann.' and N, C. Bryan, llalieil, once, week for el hfcou tbla eou'tlve state'of the United State of America, residence
: ' Frump aa heirs of said estate aud all per- h-.'"r husband, OU MaBace" and J. <1. *. weeka '
and containing, l-j tlm aggregate /6110.68 arrva, : ;,< ViAKtHOR E. PONEOAN 'IBealJ Mtff In the Kliialmium. unknown, and la over the age of twentyoneyears ,
"A\\II.\ ) tiN,' .1 m > aoua claiming an Inteieat In the property in her. husband, : J and Helen Oliver Taller Gazette, a new.JA4'r! '
Bid. will be considered all the land la a ,.., .1!! f : CI.rk'lroul.Cullrt-; Edgar Oliver. published In wild and ; it! li therefor, ? ordered that the said ,
Btale.Thla :
auction or. for the whole amount of .the Find '- Bf.UUbelhJobnllton, D. C. this bill de crl1> Porecloaure. ,hit wife Kuby Canon and V. B. Carson, December" county 15th 1910. defendant be cud she it hereby reqnlred to appear
above advertised. .. Vans; Agnew A Crawford of MoVticage.) her hnaband.Thad. S. Oliver, and Cecil OH.TOT. Arthur ''I to a bill of complaintfiled in said oana'
The State Board of Education resertea. the .. Solicitor for Corn plslnsot. To whom It Hay Concern Greeting- It appearing bin wITa And all peraoniclaiming In- [igeall} By E.Elizabeth Dooegan Clerk on or before Monday, the elcth day of Fee- d
----- -_ from the sworn bill of complaint filed tereet. In the property In Ibis bill describe Johnston, Depnty.:
rltflit to cut csnals upon taM nbore dBwribed VaiiaAcnew. Crawford." ".D. mi.'otberwlae the allegation of said bill
landa. for the "u'vn.I drainage, .if It" be Order of Publication.In In tbia cause that there areperaoua InurettcdIn .Defendant. Bill to Remove Cloud from Solicitors tor will be taken as confessed by acid defendant.
Complainant. 61 x1
found oe._., Haul\ Itnard further renervesan the Circuit Court of the Seventh JudicialClrtultof the property Involved In this. null, other Title. It la further ordered that thla order be pub/
undivided three foiirthslulcrent. all phoa- the State of Florida In and for 0.ccola .- Ih.ntb.,_ known defendant, and that the To All Whom It May Concern : llehed; 1 one a week for four 'consecutive week !

.1i te., minerals aud metals, and an undivided County In baneery. Henry T..Bass.. names of such pencils ao Interested, arc unknown It appearing Iron theeworo bill of complaint Order of Publication. la the Klasimmee V.II.'Ote..II..apapw. }
.... hairintvreit in all the .petroleum that maybe as Administrator of the estate of Walter BaaaSr. to tile complainant, and that relief la Bled in this cause that there are persons lntereatod \ published ID laid county and ttate. ;'
found In or on add above described. laud "' ? deceased, the said Henry T. Bass, In his prayed In the aald bIll of complaint against In the property Involved in Lhla In Circuit Court State of Florid., Seventh This Ziitft of December. 1010.
With the privilege to mine. sod develop the own right and Cola Bass, his wife Mary N. such. unknown defendanta other than lobe known defendants; and .utt'l Judicial Circuit, Oaceola County In Arthur E. DoOer.D.Ol..rk ,
..m.. lisss, widow of the. said Walter East Br., deceased It la therefore ordered. that all persons claimIng the names of such persona, ao interested Chancery, Circuit oun.B .
From the date of the first appearance of Ibl..61 Columbus C. Dans, Bertha Lee Partiu, an interest in, and to the following dea unknownto the "nm lalu.ntl and' that tlenr/.7'. Baaa, aa administrator of the mute Elisabeth iohnston.J. .
notice until twelve. clock noon. 1 uesdsy Jam and Henry O. I'srtin,, herbuaband Ella far- cribed properly situated! in the County. of Oaceola la. prayed In the said Dill of Complaint ol Walter Baaa. Br., deceased,the laid HenryT. L.Moon, ,_...Jepat clerk..
\. I \ nary 24, A. V. 1011, .....Ied hide will be received tin and John Partln, her husband, Leroy State of Florida, to-wit: against such unknown, defendants I Bus In his owa rIh'.nd Cola Baaa, bin Solicitor\ for Complainant. Ml
Ito i Albert W. Oib-hrl.t. President of the State It.... Clinton Bass Edna Vase, and Flora" All blocks If, I, J and Kof R. H. P. Droughfa It la Therefore. Ordered that all persona wife Mary, :N. Baaa widow of the mid Walter .
addition to the City of Kttaltnlhee. according to claiming interest In and to the following BaM Br. deceased. Citation of Administration ."
Board of Education of rlorlda Belle Baaa, Infant, by their next. friend E. Q. an Columbna C Baaa, Bertha
bids be addreaaed to Albert W. QIIebhot i- the recorded plat ol raid addition described property iltnated fn the county of Lee PartlD. and Henry O. Partln, her hatband
All must Vans Agnew aa heirs of said estate Com. i I In Court erf the County Judge, State of Iriorlda;
I: Ito appear to the cumplaloauu. bBl of complaint Oaceola and Blate-of Florida. to-wlt: Ella Partln and John Partln, her hatband
I Freaident'of the State Board ot Educa plalnanta, vs Henry C. Davlson, Frederick Otoaota County Estate. of Catherine 'A.
lion of Florida Tallahassee, Florida and mark w. Daviaon, and John M Hughey Olin P. herein. filed, on or before the Rule Day i Lots 1 and 2, orJI.. fractional northeast Leroy Baaa, Clinton Baaa, Edna BJUiaT I Bturtevant,. olea....... by the' fudge of, paid .
ad "Sealed. Bid for the Fdrchajie of HchoolI Hughey heirs of the eatate of L. p. Hughey, ,, Iu March, A. D. 1811. towlt: On the alzlb day I quarter( of lection. 12, In township twenty-five, and Fiora BelltfBaaa, Infanta. ij Court ; e
I Land.. deceased, and all peraona claiming nn Inter, of said month of N ""h. aonlc ol range thirty east. do appear to the friend E. O. Vane Agnew, aa bet re. of said I Whereat, If B. Carton baa applied thla. 1
The State Board of Education' reserves the eat In the property described In tills Bill of 1 Iq-.Aod It la farther ordered that this order be Complainant Bill of Complaint herein Bled, Htale, nomr>lalnan(4i( va. Henry C. DaTlaon, Court for Latter of idmlnlstratlea>> the ea.
..D.n".U bid. t published once a week for twelve consecutive on or before the Rule Day In March. A.D.. lilli Frederick W. Davlaon and John If Hnghey, 'I '
[ to Bill to
right reject Complaint, Defendanta. removeclondtrom tate of Catherine A. Starttvant, deoeaaed, late f
ripe ,occ"afulllldder. to parf.lhe! ..,oatt-of All title. weeks in the Elaalmmee Valley Gazette, a to-wlton the Oth day of said moLth of March; and Olin P. Hug hey, aa heirs of the estate oV ,of said County of Oaceola: . "
newspaper. published In said Oaoeola County elae the laid bill mar be taken aa oonfeaaed. L. P. deceased def ?
[ ..."..t"'m.ot." To Whom It May Concern: Hugbey ndanta. Bill te These are. Therefore To elt*anil admonltki'
and I of circulation acid oonuty.I And t la Further ordered That this order be v .
general ( cloud from tItle.It
Board of Education remove
By order ok the State It appearing from the worn Bill of Complaint all and .singular' the kindred and creditor 0
December A. D. 1VIO. I I Witness the Honorable Minor 1 B. Jones, published once a week for twelve ooneecutlveweeka appearing by affidavit appended to the bill .. r
21 ,
[ thla dayjof filed In thla. auee, tbatthera are pereons i' Mid deceased to be and appear before this
W. O1LCI1RIHT, Prealdent Judge< of acid Court, and my hand. Clerk In the Klralmmee. Valley Oaaette, a filed ID the above slated cause that Henry C.Davlaon .
ALBERT Interested In the propertx Involved In this r' Court oa or before tho M8th day of January A*''
thereof, ana the official anal of said Court, newspaper published In laid Oeoeola county, and Frederick Davlaon.
W. the defendant
B. E. MoLIK. Salesman. 6t- other than 'lbeknown defendanta; and D. Mil. aad abjeeUona, If asp thai have, to
tbe first day December A. D, 1V10. and of general rtroulatlon tn.aaid oonatyWltnesatbe therein named are noo-realdenM ot tne
of such interested, the graatlpgof Letterof
that the name persons, so I.j' Admluletrdloeop'
of Publication'In are unknown to theeomplalaaola; and that rrlief : ARTHUR E. DONEaAN8eal.!) Honorable Minor 8. Jones, Judgeof State of Florida, and are residents of the Slate Mid estates otheywtsq will be ....W.

| the Circuit Court of the Seventh Judicial Is prayed In the said' Bill of eompldeeagstuet i; Clerk Circuit Court. : said oocrt and ny hand aa clerk thereof ; ol New York : and are over the age ofJBI yrara. to said N. B.Carson! or to some other fit ..-
Circuit of the State of Florida In and for such unknown defendants: I By Elisabeth Johnston. D C. and the ofntia: tat of Mid court, this the 16th lit la therefore vordered that said non-rcaldeut or persons Flt.
Vans Alro..w.. rawford I day o'f December, A D,, 1910Arthur defendanla be and .
Woja they are hereby required to
County In Chancery Robeit W|> Judge
Ilia tbereforeordered that all persons claim- I I ness my name a* County ol the
Bavaga. aa guardian of the ..1.&.. of "0.-1 IDK an interest In and to the following described Bolicllomfor Compl.h Dt. Ii I 1 E. Donegiu.tSealj appear to the bill of complaInt filed la said County aforesaid. this the tub day of December t
.. ( ] Clerk Circuit Court cause on or before Monday,the fish day of Feb.. .,"
Zella Savage minor complainant, property situated IB the County" of Oace I i I A. >>..1010. ::
lea F. Prevail,.,ae ez-ofilolo admlnlatrator ola and f late of Florida, lo wh: Citation of Administration. Vans Agnew A Crawford . rll.r,. A. D. lilli, atherwlae the allegation of OEO.: F.PAREEE, t 18e.1J rat
I Hollcltora fur 51 W laid bill will betaken *confessed fay said de- l e'
the .Lateol'' "I'I.' d j The North' half of the Northeast quarter l. Sarah Cummings, Deibert CummUnn, Jacob Bectlon Twenty-fire, la Townthlp Twenty-five I n Court of the County Judge. State'of Florida fendanler't -. _t
Cnmmlnga, Ma.ry. WfllUtns afid JpnnlaFrnmpa. : South of Range Twenty-nine East, do appear to Oaceola County. Estate of J. C. Dion, deceaaed. .. It I la further ordered that thin order be pub' i Order of Publication. ---- - : J .
heirs of Raid eaiate .nd.1I L. by the Judge of said Order of Publication. lliibed once a week. for efgbteonaeeutive weeks '' \
per Complalnanta'
the Bill oLComilaIntherelnOleflon ;
I .., James L. Button lute applied to in the Klnlmmte Valley Seth. circuit Coortof the Seventh JaSlclalr'. ,.,
Ihlej Oaaette" a
__claiming ..aRlntereat tba7.roperrt in1' "r before the Rule Day In March A. I In Circuit Court,, Stateof Florida, Seventh .ludi.clalCircuitkw00laconnty. newapaperpbbllibed Circuit of the$tat*of Florid., la and for the- a
Court for Lettart of Administration on the estate In said County and Btale.. ibis 1Mbd r
thla Bill described defeudanto. Foreclosure: D.ll111. tC>wit: : On the 6th day of the said : Anne Palmer Fell I County of Osceola.. la
Chancery. B.
of J.C. Dinn deceased. late of said Countyof ..> of. December. A. D,, 1910. BJ.
of Mortgage. l month of March elm Iheaald Bill will be tak.e.q and E. Nelson Fell, her husband.'Complainanta . I avow cud T. aI Bryan \'II. Freddl fldcae' '
It appearing by the. affidavit of P. A, Tana .. confessed.. Oaceola.Theae .. ;: ".. Louis P. Sefton, F. M Oliver.. executor ARTHUR E. DOpEOAN, ((6eall; and II Pldgeon. tar boaba d. ."o"d, Therefore, to cite and admonishall I i
|Agnewofcounsel, for the complaint append- And ills further ordered. that thla order" be are. of the laitwlll, and toatamout of NannieC Clerk Circuit Court. It appearing by aflldavlt duly died la tIe.'f''' -
I to the. bill filed in the above ..t..d.u...., published< once a week for twelve. consecutive and .1 u gulat the kindred and creditors 1 On"e..d..ed.. tbe said F", M. Oliver In bla By' Elisabeth Johnston Deputy. above staled cause, tha&F dcu..I'IAII.Q ,
haetbe defendants. Parah Cummings DelL | weds in );Ihe Klsalmmee Valley Gazette, 'anewsnepeumliHaJiad said deeeaaed to toe and appear: before this own right, and Juliet oliver. kin wife Annie. I Vans Agnew A <<.:Crawford H. Pldgeon. I her husband> two of the defend t ,
Cummings Jacob Cummings: Mary V\il. I In laId Osoeola County. Court on or before the Klb day of January A. B. Bryan and N C. Bryan her huaband. Cia Bolialtom for Com anla" herein, ..named art cou-reeident ol ah.1)' 1 A'}
D. PlI, and flU ebjectlona. If they have, to i
}lama and Jennie Frump, Ihweln named, ....1 and" general circulation, In said County. i i the grafting Letter of Administration any on Masses and J. C. Masses, her husband Edgar ....- State of Florida, and are resident. of Marlon.. _
bon-realdeuta of the Stale' ...I Florida. and that j Witness the Honorable-Minor 8. Jonea. judgeof J. Oliver and Helen Oliver his wife RutiyCaiaoa south ('arollnathat; their poatofflce address taMarlon
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said estate, otherwise the same will granted Notice for Publication.
aald Sarah CuminliiR"; la a resident of Laltv. aid Court; and my had ps Clerk thereof, and M. B. er: are both orer.''
|n the county of Panldlnn, Stale of Ohio the and the official' seal, of said conrt,(hla Ihe 1Mb to said James L. Dutton or to some other 0person \ Oliver and Cecil Oliver his wife, and all Departmebt of the Interior C. B. Land Officeat the age of twenty-one ,..... It 1..therefore, O
1 Delbert Cummlnga la a resident. of Alice! In day of December. A. D.. 1910. or peraona.Wltneaa Dereanaclaimlasl an interest In the propertyIn Gainesville, Florida, December. 17. 1910. Ordered. that said non-nseldent eletG4uia..C "
|he county of Qallla, ritat, of Ohio, the raid ARTHUR g. DONEOAN. &e.11| my name aa County Judge of the this bill described defendanta Bill to Notice. hereby given that John'O. Smith of be. and they. are herebr req aired to appeal.'"F
aforesaid this tbe 16th December I
resident 01 Mambatl In Clerk Circuit Court. County day of Cloud From Title Whlttler, Florida, who, on August IMh, 11110. bill of '
r Jacob Cnmmingais a D. 1"1. Remove the complaint Bled .la aid _-.' oa or.* *: R'. '4'' )
|the county ninbland.. Stale of Ohio the said Vans Agnew at Crawford, -, It appearing, affidavit, appended to the bill made Homestead Entry Serial Ala' 07778, Jot before Monday tile tIth say et Tebruary; D. 111111 \ b
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say WllUama Is a realdent of Ford In thee Bollc'ltora for Complalnanta. )61-12t OEO. PARKER. [SeallQoanty filed la -above-atated cause. that Louis. BEU "of NEX Section U and AH of NW ( and ; otherwlae. the allagalloni of MId bill wOL.

.e i county of Pinwlddle, State of Virginiaandt -- .;!. Jndge. gefton, F. M. Oliver, In his own rght. and aa I NEB( of NWV Section M, townahlp tl south be taken at confessed by laid del.......... /'*' sIt ;
4 aald Jennie Frump la a raaldent of Latly I laha Notice to Creditors executor. of the last will and testament of Nan range. M Tallabaaaee meridian, has filed la farther ordered. that this order be rah- i.; ..
| oonnty of Panldlog. aforenald. State of Notice la hereby given to .ereditora helra and Notice Stockholders Meeting. nie C.OUVerdeceased, and Juliet Oliverhiswife notice Intention to make ft.a1l1v. Tear proof, llsbad ene a week for four oonaecnUve week, '' .i."

Ohio; and that all the aaka defendant are over diitrlbnteea of the estate of Temple A. Mlax Notice It a.rebv gtvea that theaaoal meeting Ola Maaeet and J. C. K_. ber hue to establish claim to the land above described Iq the Elaalmnre' Valley Ometter{ pabllahad 4V
' bugs of twenty-one ,...... deoeaaad. that I have been appointed adalniatrator of the the Lee-Pareon band, and Edgar i. OU"er.nd HeTen Oliver hla before the clerk of the Clrenit Court, at Kiaim mid ponnly and, fttate: < -, ', -'
} It la therefore ordered that said. nonrealdantflelendaata of the above named estate, and] tha)an Cattle Coaanaaiy, will bent the offlc' of aak) wife,the defendants therein named are non- me,Florida, on die 2111h day of Jaouary,1911) DoaeacdOrderedthis9thdaylofiierupJb, :>-I'' '*,-., .1'v

be, and they are hereby. required persons having cl.'lIu..IDa. the estate moat company, la Klaalm...... on Tiieadav' the llth relde.tedtheBlaucl Florida. and are .. Claimantemmt' wtneaea: Lewis L. Fer D. : : '). 1 ,,'
'r1 I appear to the bill of complaint died In laid preetla'hem anthentloalad for\ settlement day of ".._r,. Mil, at the boar of f o'clock., dents of : Lonla P.' Seftoa unknown) V. M. tic. of Whlttler Florida; C. H.'Padgett, ofWblttl. AB B11R r.. 11 t0NEa4BT.t8.o j;,.j'k>;
+. Bte OD. or before the Rule Day of tutu Court within the time1 proscribed bj laws rn.., the aaat being. the second Taeadityafaald Oliveraod Juliet Oliver, Savannah. Georgia; ... Florida' ; ". F, Wllliejna, of whlttl.r, Clerk,ClrtoUCoort-OeoeolwCounty'; Fla.1i1D.O.ltDllrbt ; '
!a February A. D. 1911, the same being the Othay Klaalmmea Fla, CLABENCK: A. MINX. m-". I Ola Maaea*and J.C.: Maaaee, Chattanooga. T naeaeee Fwrlda; Henry f. Fertio, of Whittler Florida. . "" :, a

of aakl most of February, otherwise the I Il.6.prll 22. 11110, Admlll1a&ralorof.14 hges,... ...H. BOLLOCK, ---- '. ) a cI.; r/.Oliver and,Helen Oliver, M- Henry S. Chubb, Roglale- '... --'i.i ,

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home The Tables Turned l beautiful weaving handle the'cream ,

''V your -, .An Awful.oa the I Revenge Revenges Turned ; j, rug Intricate white Indigo fabric border blue, with, or figure Its the blue all with over, Jewel-like but figured littleJ -I I Ideal .Spring-Fertilizing! | >

'isead'y c.dme and it By WILUAvTlG. 'EMERSONCopyright 1 J, white showing, the- blue Interspersed -..... I. ,...... .
see "" i'with bits .f fine"red and yeUo-w.. IIO. Ti'ee1'-m.1; i. .
lain "by American' Pnm small in quantity- a compared to the :. Citrus ; ,:
ifi I Fo onIY.l I an acre per month we' will Bell you a Florida'citrus fruit Aooclatlon. blue that it only serves to warm: and y, e '. t .. f ,),
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and winter vegetable garden farm situated on the main line of the Atlan. I mellow i It, but seen, near 'one find '. wAll ., .. ,a '44

tic Coast Line R. R.;' midway between KISSIMMEE and. ughman, Fla.. It.M'e.In buccaneering. times'Irj the 1 that theta innumerable Uny pat- : Spring Fertt"Uz.inlIj'S hot) Ideal. ..,t .io .: 1 : .. .

lake tropic highlands West Indies. Au English ship, tbe terns In r color running through' the tI' Ideal means'the highest excellence.- : :...
} f | bluer whl h ,.sparkle as do the 'edanll_ :
Penguin ,Wall sailing betweenVjjrn: I: .comb1natiorr-of-aH good -pointS"t, .... .....:.
I This is the high ridge land west of the railroad and is in the beautiful blue .lights In !the- black opaL--Qaadi-( ., a . ----- ,
highland lake region of semi-tropical Florida-the-very heart <* the Cruz and puerto'dabello, In llonduVas, '.
Ideal Ftttilizft means : .f'
craft: a perfect ,f. ,. .
j'T fruit growing and vegetable raining section of the state. A splendid crop when she Was pirates : .
ABet;_ ; j Ideal the- Correct -usA. t.
t now on the trees. Captain tjprc-ltlno of.the Penguin, having Campaigner : .
fear I 'board Two candidates for tbe same offlee- of thisp'agt, ) ) food., "*. ., :: : --....
J' ilo swamps. no wet latids--no stagnant water, s\lycl guns on two came Into a certain town one* day. ..

.' This is ..a high rolling counlry, dotted with deep lakes of crystal l water port and two*slarboard, or larboal-J The ewe called at a house where a little : Our frjfi 'book et entitled t &tI

_ t ,and drained with fast flowing water courses. Here .you can make a and starboard as the tqrnis, then were girl came to the door. Said he,, : I Questions on Spring Fertilizing: ;
beautiful home. Many of our customer* are now here clearing land, with plenty of muskets and cutlasses : "'Siasle11I yon please bring me a' f

building their houses, etc. -you will have plenty of good neighbors. In garb the pirates a fight that cost them glass of water?" Having brought the w brines up Important questions on this'subject '
'a few months this will be sallied this la proposition.If I
a country, as a colony
oue-tlrlrd of their number'ln killed and j water bo gave her' some candy and .
you don't like the low ftat'country and have''been waiting; for : and answers them.. Send for it.
,Some good high !'PIlinland to be placed on the market-this is yt>ur wounded" ino Uy killed. But the pirates asked. "Did "tbe man ahead of me give .
opportunity. Jiighla/1d/ in Florida is scarce-don't neglect this opportunityicorne ,were; too strong for the merchantmen 1 you candy? "Yes. air. Then he : .' .t,_. ..
and sec it-at once. who were at length over. gave. her a nickel" and. said, "Did be I y y Wilson & Toomer. Fertilizer .(X t _
uglTe you money? 'Yc sir; boo gave
oiir termsYou powered. me 10 cents." Then he picked herup, ** .facksonviliFla. ::
The captors were so Irritated, at tbe J .
pay only '1 an acre per month. $10 a month for a ten-acre I flght they had been put to and thblrIOHH | he kissed her and said "Did he kiss ** t
tract; $20 for twenty-acre tract, etc. The price Is $25 an acre. This that they resolved to Inflict a torture you?" ":res. sir, and he kissed mamma ***"<. #Ne..+.+.1\.......................1irer.MF1kltth .
1 gives you over two years in which to complete payment. ; too!"-Nation*! Monthly. -
I upon Captain lluzeltlno, to-whom !
:, 'no taxeis-110 fees tbey were indebted for both, as they I' Battling Grasshopper.
well knew, for It was be who had ted! "1 have found" writes Paul Grlswold .
You taxes recording fees .for the land,
pay. no no --you pay .
1'1 4s all. every' movement against them; They ,- Howes Lo Harper's, "that tbe "

f forced every person on the HI fated! grasshoppers are by far the most irritable :- If it Something to wear .

r if you should die Penguin to walk the plank except class of insects. They seem_ to .

Before completing payment-for your land we will at once, and with. HazelUne, whom they put In irons I enjoy fighting better than eating and '
out any further payment being made, give a warranty deed to the down In the bold. Tben the pirate ( W.e Have It.
; frequently fight until each baa lost one :
person named by you. commander Invited suggestions as to
irmoro limbs and sometimes even until -
of execution that would
methods CbTmost
I no expense for,d itching >Uu> suffering. one succeeds In killing the other.

The land is high and naturally-drained-put. your money into other St2fanyjpf the plans that were bawled! So great Is tbelr Interest In these. deadly Come in and let us show you.. i .

improvements. 'The land is very clear and open so that clearing is an In were Impracticable glace tbe pirates ; battles that they will allow them. '
matter-there is little heavy timber-AND PKACTICALLY elves to be picked and carried .. ---9
say very did not possess the means of carrying I' up - --=- .v J Ii
JHr NO PALMETTO. them out One struck the tort about continuing the conflict In one's

free railroad transportation taint fancy oa soon as It was? prop hand In the moat unconcerned manner '
8e<1. It was that they should bury Imaginable. : .
We will pay your fare round trip from Kmsimmee and give you a -- -- --- .
their victim to his chin In the sand
delightful surrey ride to the lakes through a beautiful country. Write up | The Boston Girl. ,"
us a card stating what day you would like to make the trip" and our Sales at receding hnlf tide so that on Its re I "Will you marcy me?" he asked, Our Store Stands for ;

Manager, Mr. Stryker, will me.t you cither at Loughman or Kissimmee..N turn It would gradually drown him. blunfly."No '
Death would thus confront him for
I replled'the Boston maiden But
hours and would linger when It *nme.
| she added coyly: "I ajn not endowed
..N It seemed to the pirate that this men I
Florida Fruit & Truck Land Co. with sacerdotal power. Put your quI _- - -- -
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strain on n man In mound bodily tlon properly. Auk m. If I will become- .
health I would be far worse than phys I wife." Press
a A Ait Kissimmee or Loughman. Fla. I ical pnln. He ordered! his craft head, your --Ptilladtriphln _
r for the shore and anchored near a I Hi; Thraat. C.W.I ANN

I j bench. On arrival the bonts were lowered I Creditor tailor)-I'll have no more- ...

: and toed with\ entiiblwi and case dunning If you dou't stop It I'll order I I '

s' ********************.*********************..**.******* of wine, that hml\ been taken from the( another suit.-I-'lli-uL-ndo! Itlntter. I 1 i THE STORE OF QUALITY" i
-... II Penguin, for the iiirntes, And determined '- ..
I Have You Selected Your Xmas Presents? :.. to have n spree on shore where Names Stricken from ity-Registration -'- '- ----

a __ ': they could have plenty of room to
Books By City Council at
sretcti their letrs. ilowevpr, their
Don't fail to see the assortment at Kissimmee : i,
numbers were BI> reduced l by the tlllltI I Regular Adjourned Meeting, Jan .
I 3 Drug Co.. before purchasing.. : | they had .been liroiiKh( I Hint one 1 boot .

'ry I | sulflred. and since two men were left I 16, 1911. j '
THEY II \YEVII.T YOU WANT. the Including N.. i 1113 .t'
i to guard chip but fire men. I ndvrh"Id J J tt rcn,, -, d I I C
the captnln. wont ashore with ,the BrO\\11 inn II. mvdiinnb. -
t 5 ******** # victim A J a...cdnruwon.
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They: found tile tide within an hour J H. Jr. m..vrd. -I CONTRACTOR '
of the ebb. Burying Hneeltlne the Iii ri,'. T .r 11".1B"II. I and I
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: ; '' Kissimirfee Drug verge be would nee the tiderecede for I
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an hour, then return for nn hour. TI. .
hnp.. J'" E: III"vcdBrasi. Dces General Contractog!! and Building and
e-- 3******************.******. ****. ****************.******* I pirates faced him toward the witter, d Ii .j, n"III i mates on Struotures of an size Dimensions
/ leaving only his bend exposed. Ills ,,., \\ It rn.v..t.j'
-----... 0 it be a Two-Room Cottage a Tourist :
--- - arms were placed close to his flanks' 1 nrutla'r. Aces lIl',1I.
............,....,..................-....".......,...." ...........,....,...., and when his executioner* hud stampedon 1""Io'r. I I".. k m.Colh"r ..v.'-:' _
the sand about him he felt himselfIn I. II IJ hI.,1 "MakeT a Specialty of boring ARTESiAN:

f THIS BANK1VIAKES A SPECIALTY n vise Having finished their work. , I u I S It wm..1 rin which he has met with the grooktest !
I II.monl J..I k him wlI I of in Florida
I. r I they carried! their supplies n little fur any man
v, of stabliihing; Banking Relations; with; $ l I ther up on the beach and began to .ent I tAle, .J"hn tt J mrrwlFI.Yd. lIl..1.1 .

,, drink nnd be merry. 1'utter. H I' ,a"vcdF' Give him your work
.1 .. Ilazeltlne soon discovered" that no : ,.y,I. J"hn : . mOO"III..r. \' <1 will be well.and quickly done.Kiss m ,
II -M more frightful death- -could devised.. Joe ... mood -

II' ny information regarding Banking in this.section., of the II He watched tbe tide recede pause and (Ju.BH.: .:.. .,, ,.. ... '. ...t. ... .. .rootedJrshamL '- -
begin its return. By this time tbe ( ..." \" ', 'J'f. .' moved"
will be cheerfully given, and y.ourjbusiness; with I I10
country pirates drunk, screamingand Ocert K.r.. .;:f..? Jkl' ;,..r.nered -

I -,I' us will be strictly.confidential.. ,. ,r fighting were,like very madmen. 'Hazelttne IIslLJobaII a: ...hir4! Y", i;:" :waved *F t M l.++f++F... hh*++++++4+.14.. +++:"+++++- +++ t
Jim 't.;' .moY"d
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hoped some oue-'of them, .Infuriated i Bt.l4a )
Ha11Joe.: '11"-:; .movedJordon. R
by liquor, would come and cleave hid j ft P . .. .. ,;.... .... .'.:.mOoI i'TH'E'CASH I't
i r Citizens Bank of Kissimmee skull l with a cutlass. Rut be was dlaappointed. : Ion,**,Jan,,rJouriififan .. ... . moved. +

,. KJJolinBt . moved
'ABTHtm EPreakJent:DoloAll H. M. VrANNViceFrealdent W. H. NORTON i And now the first wave reached tbe <..,, J JJvitrniKAn. ., moved + First Door North of
Pr + 't'' ; Cashier victim's chin. The next did not come ;. J P newel i

M .............................................................aaaaaaaaaaoaav so high, -nor the next but the fourth Jordan. J W . . mOY...l aana a ar
, _. __ him.V K '. .? . Moved
-_::: -c== == --o-=_' =- washed his Jaws.Vhen It receded! It t
W movedKing There will find SHOES
King. you ,
took an inch of sand from under his
W C DlO".sKi"lI.
.., ., H.E -- -.. chin. The next wave took more and ell.... . moved DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS all of
uccesslve'' left his throat bare. ,
T W. H. ARNOLD waves Klnu. Lewis' .. movedLyol.
But while tbe sand was sucked away ., John T' .. r .-.-.. muvrdUDdaaj. and lowest
quaUty/ < prices.
In front It was piled up at the back of C K .'. movtdL .

. Contractor and Builder his head. Mon.'tV H .r -. moved I
By this time the yells of the pirates Minx: | L A . dead Gall Before Elsewhere .
were few and soon ceased altogether.! M -Jlo<'k.W L .. ..'. . moved L Buying :
S PVAN. AND tt TIMATtq PrUraNI I-4 arc !
!Moore, J 8 I . dead
'1)w ; ON A'O..T'CO.. They bad Intended to watch their prisoner
die but bad got drunk Instead. Moor.. JR. .'. moved M+4MF t++H++++4+ +r-I4II tt +I ++I 4.+*.+l +++ .
Mi... I.I ..c. movedMcKee
I guarantee my work, when completed, to. be The waves dashing over Ilazeltlne Frank moved
just a contracted tor. while be held his breath kept suck Mitchell Ju T .'. moved. C. A..CARSON, Preeldeai n. C.
I ... ing sand from his front Finally he New).....C 0 .mOved
i i .' P.O. 8ea 597 IR......_.. Upp.e Bro.dwayt could work his body backward and for- Outlow.PD moved
.. ward. The water poured In around him TtreL. W 8 J. :\.1Ji4iJM. .. moved The Waters & '
f I KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA and softened tbe sand. By an effort be O'Borry. JT. ,..?..._... *. moved

treed his arms And dug with bis hands OHvBr.JW .<... .... .. ... .. .....moved
id ( In a few minutes he was tree. Oventreet. O W .mold

Looking about him be saw the pirates Outlaw O C. mar d
(>T.r treet. L B moved Grocery
lying In a drunken stupor. His
!2fcPiohiBer Plumbing Shop Pre\t. .J H .moved
v first Impulse'was to run. his second to PreKott Robert P. .moved

take theIr boat and pull away. His I.nder,1. A ... .movedPrevail. .
'It? ;|SSIMMH.. FLA. H. KOMUND 8WABBY. PROP. third-oh. hU third' marked great JK. m veil Wholesale and Retail Dealers in-

,, change tip him. Seeing the shovel with Porter K which the pirates had dug his grave, Pbllllpl. Eugene moved
't .SANIARV PLUMBINGTINNINGiII Ory he seized It and dug five other graves Padgett. T a.?',. moved GROCERIES J.
_ a few feet above .where his would be Rlebar AND OMKBT tVIKTAU WORK9ptscltlal bad his Tben Rloh.M.ooJH' ... .. .. .. ...... ....moved
Attaatlon lV'.n ta .A..Ll 3Clu.A: :: of .p&1r. executioners dug own. Bvlvnter.JP. ._.. .. moved. .
taking up a pirate, be pat him Into an Shepard,Chas B:..... .-..-.. . . moved :
i. I upright hole and filled In the sand
8f Iveater,Tot>e .movedPriveeterT.1.
214 Broadway Orlando about him. Then he burled another .. moved
Phone Office' : Shops: Ave.. -
aDd another till\ all were up to their etaotord Henri... .. .. ..... dead
.,'.-' chins In sand. Some of them' awakened : 8la| Reo.,.. moved I HAY
'-4., . but did not realize at first where II.! .... Alex. .moved [
........................ tbey were. Others were too drunk: to Smith W T .,".. .. moved I. GRAIN .

\ know anytblng. Shiver, Lewis moved
EMIL MACH ERNEST .1 Half an hoar later tbe water reached Hhockley. B II -
.' Act St...ard Oil Co.,: them and sobered them. The Band'tare, Aaron.... moved NAILS"t
8utUvanRK moved
Z MACH: BROS: gave way before them but Qaceltlne 8lla., Laareace moved
threw more sand In Sip place main Smith; C T .moved"ttharpe.

: taining his position and theirs until J B ...moved
'" ; 'Livery: Feed and Sale Stable the waves rolled above their head Timer, pork dead

nut flaceltlne: was not satisfied. Tlaon, AC moved
Agt. International Harvesting Co.| Z Waiting till night had fallen he rowedIn Tyler Wm ..". morel

I : -the boat to the ship and armed Tl oo. CT. ... .. . . moved '
Underbill. C A ... CRATE
J a .A.c.c..J:: KZNS a .:ECE.A.vY :xavzrncl.: with captured weapons. stealthily Wooden. 0 B.: . ... .. .: ..movedWaldren .
climbed the aide. The two men wbo
i. 1 CA. .T: .moved N
'" Everything new and first class. We render prompt I and had been' left aboard had Imitated the Walter, Sandy.'..moved, '

"'attsfactory service day or night example of those who bad gone ashore Wm8dn. D moved We sell field and garden seeds of all kinds':
'i and drank themselves to sleep. H.tine' **..- WUlaon, E R .... ... ... .. .. .. .....moved We '
five special attention
Mt . .. .... ... to fitting out :Ihuntingl 1 and
ONEHALF'BUOOK,; ? FROM PASSENGER DEPOT) J dispatched them and threw their Wllloiu.U >. .. moved i pa.rties. camping
Jt' bodies overboard. The Council will.!m.eloa the lint.1 ud t ::f Kiasimmee, Fla. Phone 113 J Two days later a British man-of- February to decide on complaint of penoDI Free delivery city limits. Phone No. 12.: .

war. looking tor the pirates, spied herat claiming that their' naaoea have been Improp- ., w. are county a ent. for. food fertilizars. Aski! usl for circular ""

"' 'r 'N.NN"..NNN..NNNNy anchor, fired a shot and. m.etfng no i ly ermaed. from Kactvtratlon J.. K.alLBKBT.Books.. Clerk.' and prices on fertilizers. ** ,

response sent a boat' to her., Tfc-y

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One ,"I* Now" is Worth, \
Blackberry Craze A Touch .f Human Nature Amid the '
t),<< .. Harms of War. :
"Going To Bes"r. reGLENN-REAGIN
\ Fifty -
..., Oat of the midst of tfle bloody horrors ;
,.j. L Bj M. QUAD of the battle of"IJrederleksbnrg' .

", ', The, Experience of Smith and Jones in f I comes a ewe tand touching Incident .ADVERTISERS. \ -" t

, : .... 1 10, by A .oolat d JUlrary wfclch goes, to prove that the rage of I '
., Osceola County, Florida. .Pre.. ., tenderness
.i d battle cannpt obliterate the I We prepare and o4 copy .
'" dwelling 4n the hearts of 'men. The We com ite and prant| booklet .

I .f John Smith and Wi'IIIn: Jones cam it was locate,!'. eight mile" from ; U Jfi .a .r l1ag In 'the1" story, IB taken from .Major Robert We Bell CALENDARS Sljrns, B:.llletl s' .
>> e Boards
tor Florida homes "saw mill town" On the' and
from Illinois seeking Advertising Novelties In Leather
_ .___ .When.theyarrivedatKIBsimmeeJoapaid railfoadItwaa: away out ona -..-a.cprtah..J New.Knglerid Stiles"Four- .Years'UgderMassa'Rob-. \ Celluloid. and Allumlnum. ; .
.to Smith: : ''J ed trail that lead out through the lit.. It la called: the }UtletTt rt" The Federal, arm1-"''aa entering\ .
woods, Jones had no neighbors the town hot was flying In allidlr, cUOQB .....;a. I
and Ten .
rightly aO. .
"The price of land 'Is pretty high markets to t state, ; .... : f .
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here. Let us save monvy by going transportation of civilization-all he ago aVtranger came along And and Buck, a Confederate aol' WE -
veniences ARE -PUBLICITY
about fifty miles out from town' where was'cheap" land. It Ita deathtflejr, and Iq a rather dler, was) peering round the corner. of EXPERTS.; ,
we.can get And. It's all a boaa.A :
','v 1'' higheoicheap Smith little farm near way. fair haired LONG DISTANCE PHONE 296
going to bo e. bought v little three-year-old, .
"Not on your life!"exclaimed Smith."I I eimmee at $125 an acre. There re waa a tavern at ktnnWe. baby girl tMdled out of the alley, accompanled \ TAMPA 4' .
SUITE 4 & '
don't want any 'cheap land' bat I churches, schools, stores, t was,llttl* need of one>, very by a Newfoundland dog, FLORIDA
do want land cheap. 'It takeis too long fine surfaced clay roads, markets, .ever found the Ce, shells
little and In the midst of the hissing BANK OF TAMPA BUILDING '
( comfortable ,
to make a sweeptakes pacer out of a He built him a waa one and It was kep chafed a cannon ball down the street "
donkey or a yacht out of a mud scow. and began''to make some; money. lazy {nan. There was a black. -
his dashed oatInto (
I came to Florida to live. I am going the town began to grow out his shop and Its owner was lacy Bdek ,grounded gun, I. . ..,. .
with Ow storm and his great
. ." C'\'take to buy the land l.nowyoutakethe right near Kissimmee.'going-I'll. homes and to.and enclose.streets.: his farm_ Ills' -the 'sable with the butcher the right artfKrouud the swung baby.* Then ha : . - : 1 1o 1wnicn" raise in value and is today worth an I -but he don't want to sell '
an acre f clasped to his breast.
-Jones where went they away told off him down he could the country get Jones' still out in the woods and why this laziness should have The Company :tookxr fuge behind the I L. M. MARSH' & Co.

land ,cheap. And it was so, he found land is still "cheap." Jones a traveler who Created at the- stone wall which. has now becobte ,
plenty of land at $10 and $15 an acre. like to sell his land but?atlas, there! for '& few days was a puzzle. torte, and there for hourfNUid days bta'i DPALBRft IN FINK LINK OP y'
He bought a $10 an acrebutPick no buyers . u not In.the best of health, and terror the baby was' kephv Fierce \ STAPLE AND FANCY o
and rest, but the lazl, I { ,
peace j nurses took turns In petting he while:
) and 'serenity: of others appeared( the storm of battle raged and shriek 0.

- ,----- .. -. .,. -y '- .- htm. The weather was ed. Never was a .baby w_cared foh- I GROCERIES I ':
an afternoon"ab 200 and Bcouti scoured the countryside to '
occupy the long veranda of get her mDkT - e'" ,... 1 tat
bot'1. i ..... .
These Plums When the straggle} was over and the F .EElM ANQ PURE -

about time for the Federal army had left the company I FREHIELIVERY to all parts of the city Pnnpt u. courteous attintioi.Meai Lfrf

I. to open. The mountain behind the wall received the post of T.eaL"' > IMO. IO_
The More You Investigate fringes of the highways were honor In the ran to lead the column
with blackberry bushes and the I Into the town. Buck stood about In
The Better We Like It. bellies promised to be unusual the middle of the regiment the babyin \ lk

that season. It was from see his arm. Tbero pas a long halt,

.1 .t. 12 acres in suburbs of Kissimmee. go out into the woods when we freckled faced boy with a basket I I, and the brigade staff hurried to and fro. See My O e of -
building lots sub-division on one side' sell you one of these suburban on his arm that the stranger Zfe9 regimental colors were not to befound.
houses on other. This fine little farm, at a lower price. Best,bargain in bare got his Idea. The landlord, .>.-.. .' .. .
has 6 acres under cultivation-five-room developed lands on the market ills son who waited on the .Suddenly Duck sprang tothefront PILLOW
nouse'(not plastered-but almost new) challenge its equal in Klondo at was lazy. The stranger celled Be swung aloft the baby girl, her lit- ,
all under fence and worth $225 an acre. the price. 10 and so acre tracts i I
Into consultation. Be first swore tle garments fluttering like the folds STAMPED
Best bargain you will find in many a an acre on terms payable to a GQODSand
All for 1200. I to secrecy Then be admitted to of a banner, and shouted:, .
day. PEGHORN lamed St. Cloud
? a resident of Philadelphia and a "Forward, men of the Twentyfirst'Here !
Orange grove of magnificent trees- I garden farms.surfaced1 I, boulevard dealer. lie bad Invented a new are our colors!r' all kinds of Threads for'iancy work.

big crop just sold. 12 acres located on can have semi-town and.! and the basis of It was Off started. the brigadecheering
crest of ridge giving fine view of prairie home. Just the thing for retired )' wine. He was up In that hJ: tD,. -
and Lake Tohopekaliga. On clav sur- MRS. E. L. PEAfcQELANDRETHS'
faced boulevard within two miles of I ness people, Dn'iddl' aged )' country to secure It. I I _
and those who do not care to lose lazy landlord lazily figured but ,
St. Cloud. Beautiful site Florida win- SHIRKING JAIL WORK. .
of the advantages of welf-settled proved to him that h<* could
ter residence ol country; gentleman.Price Some land
burban communities
$HOOO.Kjssimmee, high state of 'cultivation-dark more profit In one day picking 1 I Bldw.ll, the Forger, Was a Champion
than bis for
Suburban Farms some late soilbeet) in Florida, ask any running tavern I at Malingering.;
within one and three-quarter miles of pert. All the pleasures of Four dollars per day were his Malingering Is common In jdil, but I
oj town 3,5M( ( people as neighborschurches I and horticulture as hobbies and a and there were four of them I jinrely a case quoted from his own experience SEEDS
(, 1 schools markets electric Home expense income it you wiah and press The four started by Dr. Quinton the late governor .
light telephone] etc. Why leave comforts these acre and one and one-half >:It morning. Yes. they let some I I '
and KISSa M
In"Crime tore Merchant
Holloway, told
not bra
civilization and tracts at from $ $250.i .
pleasures of (' friends In on the ground )
? i, That was the reason why Haw I.I Criminals" Is a record. The "hero"waa Consequently we hope to sell our_Seeds to EE.I' '
got the theblackberry craze In. a violent prisoner who feigned SUCCEED. direct by!+IaU. -. S4
.... A. M. STRYKER I I It had eVerybody wild. I stiffness of the Index finger to avoid I This advertisement mailed to us, If paper is t
mon oakum picking. He was so angry I tioned, will be taken as worth 2Oc.'on'any order
Is n'p BO lazy that be when the linger was forcibly bent Writ*for UBea of One Dollar ($1) or over and the coupon In. ,
Kissimtnee i i Fla I pick blackberries. The bushes that "on returning to his cell he Printed closed with Seeds on first. order If returned to us 't
and you don't have to bend J promptly placed the offending finger >t Catalog will be worth One Dollar ($1) on a Five. Dollar < t.

In som cases you can sit down I I in the hinges of his table, which was ($5) order. Bay If Market or Private Gardener. ,
All/ have do Is to To One Dollardl order will be added
to I attached to the cell wall, and violently : BRISTOL.Pennsylvania.. every ) ,
out a IloU You can fall asleep the result that to Introduce them, without charge one packet: $
raised the leaf with ,
u refte and then wake shattered each of three especially desirable sort Vegetables.SUitES..
I the finger was absolutely
go to picking again. The cham, removed. I
and bad to be I
lazy men of IlnwklnsTllle got a I remarkable .
: Another case even more .
\ on them. Four dollars a day I In Itn way was that of the notorious I. _' -
,. could keep together and talk criminal Bid well. who was
,. picked! The women went out ,I sentenced to penal servitude for life II I
children went out. Old grand ,,In connection with the Bank of Eng I The RULL BASS MARKET
and grandmothers went out. A land forgeries
.. lY'A citizen who had been told that I II .
1 : "Hevas In|good health on conviction i .
: -- die within three days braced but never 'dId any active work. j Bearden Building' One Block from Depot'
r Cheapest lived two weeks In order to I, '
I Feigning loss/>f power In his legs, belay '
_ ls-famrty-a-chance-I berry- ,, !n. bolffom_daj to day and fromyear . Fresh IFIoridn ol nil Muds.. '
s\: 1 I to ear, defying all efforts of EATS .
.;J! I ;,;, Way about forty people are-enga i, persuasion and resisting all unpleasant II l-Western< *
buntlng the blackberl'1'ere
coercive measures devised to make him '
Y. Eib; '.!' To ClearLand be 'results. They came In at t' work. When I saw him at Dartmoor at j POULTRY 'EGGS'-, FRESH FJSiH

," -J!\,. 4'j-- '-" with full baskets and pall .-spd the end of eight or nine;years of his sentence I I
they slept the berries were-turn:j long; disuse of hla legs had rendered : I 'Special :Mention to Phone"Orders and Free. ...

wine and bottled and jugged him almost a cripple. The muscles Delivery to the '
I any of. Qily Thorn 18.0
The champagne man was were extremely: wasted, and both .,
I I.
\o speak encouraging words hip and knee joints were contracted\: I

OnJ AN. 25th, .1911, at 1 P. M. event out and did a little pick In a state of semlflexlon. so that he ,. A
and turned over the ber Jay doubled up In a bundle. Though '

.. THE DU PONT POWDER COMPANY the, widows and the fatherless he was examined time after time by I. _
day a lightning rod man drove experts, no one succeeded In discoverIng rEo L. LESLEY COMPANY'

will clye a DEMONSTRATION of theLtown. .He bad been there be- any rganlc disease or any cause I
how lazy everybody for his condition other than his own
and he longed to throw stren I firmly expressed determination never' \:

//aside for awhile .and mingle to do a day's work for the British ST. CLOUD r= LA.

- 4 Stump Blastingat tpem. No one on the tavern ve- I govern t, a threat which I believe, --.-,+emu--
->W" a lame man in sight on he ultimately carried oat."
The town was dead. 0 d

fever" be asked of the lame Dangerous Spgrt, GENERAL HARDWARE

FLA. 1-2 mile west of town First Lady (reading a newspaper ,. ,
." Teel.FeaclueFsr.ltsr.PNet.Oil.sad Vftiaisacs, Qlassvare Crock*1, fi
This golf seems to be a very dangerous S
ofA S. :3:: TlSOl- ' err ad 01..... Fall Llao olCeal.'Far.r.klsa.a.t.'
on the farm -. >: r game.; Did. yon see what happened
sad c:.,.. Ladloa' Hose, i\\
who has .kindly granted permission to make this to a man named, Taylor He I
around went Into bunker and was In two

.:... '_' demonstration on his property .." when. came out., GRAIN, FEED_.AND_ JFJSRTILIZERS . 4'
what does this mean?" Second Lady; -How dreadful 1

Every Farmer and $4 a day" "Yes here are the wordsTaylor Grocery Located on N. Y. Ave., 2 doors from St. Cloud Hotel i

the lightning man had beard I getting out In two. Braid secured a Hardware. Store Penn. Ave., near 11th St... ;

, and all others interested are Invited to attend. particulars he abut one eye tJalf." OUR FPICES ARE LOWEST Aa*>t for FULLED B JOHNSON
It closed for a long minute be'I'I "Does It say what happened to the perr rmmvBmiimf: a_
OSCEOLA HARDWARE CO., Dealer: Kissloinee, Fla. : other half!" '" I. ,
e .so; jest so. Blackberry boom. I "No. but there was worse to follow. -.F TRNITVRE: : : :: : I '

champagne. Blackberry I According to the report, Taylor then I'

I, Well. it ain't any of my. fu fell altogether to pieces."-Word of CASH OR INSTJtCtHlBNTn.Pess .._ ..- :;
If a town is bound and deter 1 Golf. ----- - '-
to kill herself it won't do no _
'I Ave. between lOts ant lltk Delhrcrlct; '
for one man to talk. Room For Doubt. ; !
the matter" asked the lam The cuckoo clock had Just chirpedthe Ml t

x. ; half hour before midnight, and ,
H. C ] & COMPANYCarries =
: i ,
I ain't wanting to Interrupt the the girl In the parlor scene was weary.I'
,femme if er' "
but ask you yon e "Mr. DoBorem' she said as shevainly
\ '. .that 'champagne! was made of. attempted to strangle a yawn Atlantic Coast Line'sTOURIST j 1

as Complete a Line ofOOCODS --=- berries r I **'!: heard something about you the other .1 ;
knowed bow it was made." I day that Pin sure Is not true." \ "

DB"Y": mebbe you'll find-out. When "Indeed! he exclaimed. "What was TRAINS .. ,
come back tonight Jest itr .

rTOTIONS: ; I was here and when I heard "I heard some one say you were an

the champagne business I wink : going: chap," she answered.-Cbl. I
FvRiv easy
: JS: ::c-rOS:: eye-the left eye. Tell 'em I -
SS: S and CZGTIa:: : .I wink that" eye unless I
>> doing
/ ,, __ FUalUtlo.
-- the lad of.the :
blackberry sea- The Author-Well, how did you tike "Dixie Flyer. "Palmetto Limited"l
found in inland
as can be and sells them >> The bushes had been stripped for "

'1 : around On the last day of I\ my The. play Gride-Oh. It was very nice. "Seminole Limited' "Florida and West India 4Limited"

As all the green one had been think the ,- '
As Cheap Any House in as well, The picker came back I The uthor-Dldn't you .
., the cbampagne The church scene ree.J1at1c7CI'IUc.lJstei Route' "N. Y. and Fla. t" '
maa gone. ) I The : .M17 so. Why, a "Montgomery Speci Ib4

lad back learn They what chug the lightning to their great many of tu actually Loadon went TttBtts. To "South Atlantic Lim." "Const I.ine.Ia.' Mall' ,
sleep while It was on.- -

H. C. Stanford Company for they a week had been and cadoodled.then they 4ecld'1 .Electric Lighted Sleeping Cars: Dining. Cars .'

d.,9 public meeting Her Now Role. '
that durned critter In the '
every slser forl '
Do remember -
"\ I Patience-- yon my I rates and schedules call on. -
of HawUnrrtlle be lazier than .
Kissimmee : : > make up for this boom." ', < Patrice who was-Oh,on yes.the stage. E.M. North., D. P. A., Savannah Oa. J. O. Kirkland, : D. p.: '.A.. Tamp, '." :t

.. that's' why there have been no "Well .]Ws married." ,_,_,. ". ...:." .. ,

C"I ..too in lacy the to town dI.'since. The peo- .be"On?".,.-got Yonkfrs a Bpeaklnir Statesman.part at last- has T. C. Wbite, O. P. A., ( and W, J. Craig, P. T. M., Wllml on.t H.-C.;:'

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7. ; Z W 8__ aeiti an. U> ju ' 12 110 NORTH MAGNETIC( POLE
i Pfkeedltfgs( of Mix Delia 'lxx>cU, pal ( d. 4 110 j THE "HEATHEN ciL'And !: .

wfc Bin*, toord/r w echo..1 No j .I TaI Classified
.BTiiiDiillM' MBPf ,II 4)0Mr :.If Is ,Hot a Stationary Point, but Is' the Csfo'a" Bret: Marts' Wrote Into Adyectisement8! ;

'". : ; : the'Ghool Board J.'Z. Rob r on appeared before r' Constantly Shifting., 'i 'I J His FJwlnoj Slaavaa.Bvery .. ;.
;. I i,!I Only the experts \" US\:8lI'\: ",'Ulat the 1 one wbo knOw. American"poetry a :
the Board It to make complaint \ '
") person north pole and the north inbgnellc polo Is familiar sire this head at'the rate of''s Coat* \.'
I with Bret Harte's Advertisements Inserted mnuer
: : : : ,. against 8th grade teacher on account .
.. : I I are two entirely different ,As ,. Chinee'" '
.. his things. a -Heathen written In the early :-, : "i pet,Hpe each iniertlon., J' ;
of of Leon .
treatment daughter *,, I ; I
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;/ ? : K%"limm e. FVi., Jan. S..191L I Ine I matter of fact there are fewjotalltlos: seventies at the time when the feelIng -
'>" './ member of th Board of Public |I I Rob r.on. Th' .Board appointed Chair* on the earth's.-aurtaco, where the couvpass on tbe Pacific coast raft blgb S

r , Instruction of Osceola county,elected 'I: map.,, Bass, E;' E., Brown an'd' W j5 > polo due nortbv "The reason In. ,'against the mild' eyed .Oloiflal .snd FOR, SA1LE - : : MISCELLANEOUS\ ,

1 1 at the general election: in November,', I Sears to, investigate the matter, with because tbe.1 north magnetic- pole or feeling\by portraying the"hero. h
? L 'I9i0 f the request ,that they report at next It .uchk term be applied to KING Quality shoes for\\ men at Cash WADI' .\the, tuner. Orlando. .
lies may .
-3: were : Mr. W:, C. Bass, of RI.S .- area In Abe vicinity of King William's -.. > Mil I ''IPICTURES
simmee, residing I Ip and for school) I meeting There of being the Board.DO further business LantIiettof, !!: the arcticcoast lAh villain Sin who as ,a crafty,card' cheating -Store_; ._,_.. .---4.S I S I-tf framed jitthe Home Store.. "

k board district ;2; Mr. W. W.Chand. Board adjourned until -=>>fiext regular!: of North America,, In .Bothnia. When California mining outwits camp.the sharps. of'. tbe. FOR SALEThreeFloiida: raised Ponles. FOR;: fresh fish phone the Rull Bass If'

k ler'of Bassenger.. residing in and for meeting. W. C. Bass; thin magnetic ,pole Is between us and Is not H.. Fleming* I 51-tf Mark t, No. 189.:
Attest: Chairman.! : j ft generally known, however .. .._u__ _ .-_. .. -- .11
1 school board di.trlct"No. 3. Of these' W. J. Sears, Supt. tbe north pole the compass points duo;fthat tbe poem Is unique In that It SEE King Quality shoes efore buyingCa GET H. N. BRATTON. drive your ,

: Messrs. W..C. Bats; E. E. Brown, \V.v north. As we go either east cir west, contains an error which the' author b Store.- 1-tf artesian wells. .

'W. Chandler and-W. J. Bears, superin.tendenChaving J1 lldulah. Our.[(jog! from thlH line It Is easy to see that tailed to detect hen reading tbe galley GET here :early: 'and see' those RugH; at VISIT-the Rug Room of the Cash -4

. ; met on the above date the compass Is off to a certain degree. proofs and which survived and the Cash Hardware Sl re. 4lMf! Hardwan? Stor*.. 't. 49-tf ).
Silent night I Holiest night! If wo wore to travel north of the inagnetlc -" still survives all _' f. '
I! In' the office of the county superintendent attempts 'at correc i' i iI '
: a of Public Instruction, and each'for Darkness flie;''ana all is light. pole the needle would point tion. PerhD-p? It"Is the only InstanceIn FOR SALE-Windmill, field tower uhilI I j I FOR dream! poultry, phone the Rails :

himself, having his commisslon Shepherds hear the angels stpg, south; west of It the needle would literature where a .grossly patent tank. J. M. Wilillon.'Jr. 3. I Baas Mar. &t. .No. 189. __ 19-tf:..
4 presented -- --- r
i '\ Halleluiah, hail the King point east Sir Jamas! Iloss la 183.1l error In the copy reading of an afterward
as a member of saisi-Board of Public l located the north magnetic pole CHOICE CITY LOTS for sale It low MUTTON. fresh fat and flne, at the '
.*' Jesua the Saviour is he-e I ,r approximately famous article whether pros* See H Fleming for Hull BMII Market .phoneJ89l 19-tf
..r Instruction for the term of two \ ate point In Bothnia. prices. or write 1
\ up or poem, has persisted .' ? .
Jesus the Saviour is here! I through numerous ; particulars. 49 tf
i V y.irsfrom the first Tuesday after the In 1003 Captala Uoald Amundson In editions despite all efforts of AGENCY pf. the Whit Star-Laundry*

/ first Monday in January, 1911,.,and until Silent night I Holiest night I . I the ship OJoa set out on a three years author and editor to kill It. MALLARD DUCKS FOR SALE I, at the Home Store. Phone 164. .

i i 'fats successor -Is elected and qualified\ 1. Guiding' star, O, lend, thy light I expedition, relocated the magnetic :! The poem was .written while Bret Ducks $f.oo; Drakes.GO.! Apply WOOD, per strand, $1.25;-five.strands l'I

proceeded to complete the organization See the eastern wisemen bring polo and mudo the "north welt p88.lIago" Ilarte was employed on a San Fran- F. Vans.- Agnew. 47-tf 85.76. Kmsirnmee Lumber Co. 29-tf \

.. .. of'said board. In compliance with sec- Gift of homage to our King. since,.th.for days which of mariners floury Hudson.have striven Terrestrial ':I claco dally and, to him, was' merelya FOR bargains in resident property j Ti'iE Cash Hardware Store carries the ::1
i; i Won 241, Revised Statutes of Florida .Jesus the Saviour here part of t the day's work. -tt tells of aChinee truck lands and orange groves call on largest line ofRugeintown. 49-tf "
<( .. follows Jesus the Saviour is'! magnetic force la different Inevery Ah Sin. who, "with a smile H. M. Ureaker., Kissimmee. Fla. 4-tf
E I: : part of the earth' surface and- (: that was childlike and bland" in C 'UM I C 'UM I Those Rugs at the '1
; On motion of Mr. W. WTChandler, Silent'night I Holiest night 1 1s not always the same at a given ,game of euchre with Truthful, sat James a FOR choice 5-acre suburban ,home Cash Hardware 1 btore.: _" 49-tf :'.,
seconded by Mr. E. E Brown Mr. W. point It Is subject to regular dally tracts, see Kissimmee-Gardens.. M.Willson. \
1 Wondrous star, O. lend thy light I I and Bill Nye.i 20-tf SHANIBARGERrOrlandorfoiH. -- -
I t s C.'Baas was elected to be chairman of With the angels let us sing I IlIallelul21l1. and yearly changes. Amundsen postad j At a crucial point of \bo game the Jr. and sundries. 25 wheels from $3.60 ,:;

., said Board of Public Instruction for the to our King! himself near the seat of the ..magnetic artless Chinese plays. (Jbe winning'card FOR SALE-One eighty-acre farm and I __up to *.19 for new. __. 46-18tpd ,;

t " -fli) county of Osceola State of Florida. Jesus the Saviour is here! / power' and for nineteen months, "which/:, jays'Truthful James one orange, grove. Apply W. E.Smith. CARPENTER JOBING and repairing \
day aodnlarbt wltb his 5T-tf : ,
party took Kissimmee Fla.
Mr. W. J. Sears,, holding commission Jesus the Saviour is here \ 'readings' of their Instruments both In- 1 the narrator of_ the catastrophe "the Good work. See James, Church St. \

I *, ''as ,county superintendent of Public Instruction -Fannie Elizabeth Johnson I clination and decimation. He also I aanje Nye' had dealt unto me!" Where FOR SALE:-An iron bed, springs and near Main St. "-tt..I.,

i't' for the ensuing two years. __ I I j made short excursions Into the region upon 'l'rythfui. and Nye proceed to mattress in good condition. Mrs. D. !JUST arrived-big stock of Guns. Leggings -
said, 'go for that heathen Chinee." The A. Glenn, M abbe tie street. 4-lt
appeared in person also at meet- H.r Capacity. of tho_magnetic pole and was able by Hunting Coats and Ammu

I' .k Ing;, and assumed his duties as secretary -1 want Doubling.a nurse girl 'wuo la capable I.the aid of the declination observations I damaging t rough and evidence disclosed, by their FOR SALE-wSinger Sewing Machine, nition. Ross Graves. 36.

I' i' of sari board, aa provided by law. The of taking care of twins," said a womau to prove that tbo magnetic north pole (told as follows searching In the Investigation It Is' in first-class condition; with attachments LOST An Eastern Star Pin. somewhere I
,,1. "". board thus organized then fixed on the to the manager of an employment does' not! have stationary situation, poem as was ; .$1200. Mr. A. M. Strvker. on the streets of Kis immee.
printed-and 'has been ,
.II first Tuesday after the first Monday o( agency. but Is continually moving. But the j since!: the Initial printed ever 52 tf. Finder will please return to Edick & -
general I location Is where feV : O'. rlen'B store.\ 4.1t
each month for holding its regular A. dozen tualds ranged against the James I 1-t.ta>. which I JFYOU'
were long there war* FOR SALE-About 200 good --
Boss cypr"sRfence
first hud the honor to It.
place -
., .. meetings. wall were questioned as to their familiarity l I, twenty-four packa posts, and some barb wire; i have :aroof that needs painting -
"" r W. C. Bass, Chairman.W. \ with iwtua Finally cue girl Chicago Tribune. '- Which la. coming It Strong, yet I atata but will sell cheap. S. W. Downing. 2-tf Black Pearl metal paint is the"s
: J. Seara. produced documeutary evidence that I the fartsIn right thing for this climate. Ross
this form the FOR SALE frame and Graves. 34-tf
Attest for the 'last Sve years most of her BOSTON LIGHT. busy Bret untie -Complete
: : l the of boat 50x16 feet at one- '
proofs down planking ;
Ilet go to the printer ;
County Superintendent and ex-oflicio waiting moments had been spent lathe ( half Lakeside Mills ANYONE anywhere -can start a mall .
cost. ,
.- company of twins. She got the It I. Said to B. the Oldest Harbor j and It was not until some time later Kissimmee Florida.Apply order business at home. No canvass ,
Secretary. that ho recalled having overlooked I Be bosi. Send for free '
Job. When she reported for work lathe Beaoon In America.The an ing. your own
State of Florida, County of Osceola: afternoon she was Introduced to outer light of Boston harbor Is 1 error In It. lie hurried down to tbe SEVERAL GOOD WINDMILL out booklet. Tells. how. Heacock, A 2144.

: k Before m,. a notary, personally appeared but one Infant '- ./ Boston light eight mlloa below the press but already several, hundred fits to sell Mill. tower pump.. tank Lock port, N. Y _ _
W. C. Bass andW. J. Sears, copies had been struck off and w'ere everything'complete.. S.. II; Bulloc-k.:! ---
\Vbere 1 IH the
other one? she asked I"rtCtty| and] at the very outer end of the 2tf. FOR ANY kind of metal especiallyroofs
; t. ", both to me known who being each "Oh. there are no twins. about thUhnune. ,
: duly sworn, say that the above and ." said 'her mlatress "I I just Btauda <.>.ii little Brewstur Island a .'' morning subscribers Bret Ilarte at- PENNELL-Agent Sayrnan's Sotlp ami KOHS Graves 34-tf

", foregoing account of the proceedings of said I twins so I would. be sure to get a ]pile of rocks pnrtly grassed.over, In HH (aching no Importance to tbe fugitive Remedies, Ordway lTUiter( Magnetic AN I
intelligent' earn $100
which had pertion may
I I the organization of the Board of Public CO )I>ewnt nurse. Any girl who I. i gentle hollow on tho sheltered side verses merely oozed from Combs and Mendets mends 'leak instantly monthly corresponding; for newspapern. <||
|l his the
. Instruction for the county of Oaceola, cupable of haudllug.1 wo oblldren can 'Three families live here-those of Hie -j effort pen at afternoon correction previous madeno 10 and 25 cents. packets No canvassing Send for par- '
Kite extra good dire to one Tliftt la bond then. When 1.4t..d.) l. 1
f State of Florida, is correct, anJ a true keeper and bin two imslstautt. |however. the eastern enthusiastically tic-ulars Press Syndicate. B 2245.
a little rune. I always employ wLen I In all tho Inhabitant. number press i Lockport. NY
,1 a dozen FOR SALE- Four-room 1 IX _
cottage |
copy of the original is recorded in their ( copied It and publishers and IIlustrntors / -
hire a .ourlle-N York
,.i4i i souls.
fruit close ire lots .
boqk of minutes.Sworn l rang all manner of comic i WHEN vmting St. Cloud our KinsimI -
,. Tho light Itself la suld to be tbe 1 North KiHBimmee ; 17 fruit trees, im- I frii-ndH. fare invited, to make their
In It he
to and subscribed before changes tried to substitute the
( me In Aniprira one farm lot in Taft, close ,
built In 1715: by the proved' headquarters with the St. Cloud
;" day'of A. D. correct phrase. but without aval), and Adiress Box 4S1 Kissimmee 3-tf IA' I Drug
.. this 19th January 1911. government of England It Js. of in. Co. All the populHr drinks can be
IMPRISONED JOYS. "Tbe Heathen Cblnee" bas I
W. C. Bass Chairman.HkJ. rough tmwJdor stone hooped with |i Its form persistedIn FOR .- Twelve acre orange/ and.'', hail at our soda fount and our ice
: Sears, Sec. and Co. Supt. \ Keep your faith in all beautiful Iron. bnndH. nnd lts-lenn whitewashed. |l editions ever since.through numberless grapefruit grove about three miles; I| cream Is the hcst that ran be made.

C. L. things- the when hid form Is a liindinnrk and Hemnark fur from Kissimmee on. railroad. Will
(Seal. ) Bandy, in sun it is || What Bret Ilarte wrote was: |IWINDKMKKI. :: m located is miles

., \; Notary Public State of Florida. den, in the spring when it it gone! and- wide j In hU ileevea., which were long he had Arnold sell at,a Kissimmee.bargain. Address Fla W.41-tf II. i I northwest of KiHHimmtu, 12 miles -

._: .. My,commission< expires Sept. 4, 1911. and then you will find that duty A rustic Iron railway tor currying twenty-four lacka. -- went of Orlando on the Florida Mid-
coal lou<\" up from the waterside to 1 -prairi.. I land RaIlroad. and is surrounded by
and service and Now lu the game of euchre as all FOR SALE- acres, muck
sacrifice all the
the englue house. where In three largo clear water lakes But-
'. an engine -
card plujers know. the jacks are of and pine land; tine for fruit and truck ,
Kissimmee, Fla.. January, 1911. old ogres and bugbean of life. and boilers In vhkh! Mteaui Is liept UJ] ;great value and the stuffing of numberless on lake near town, two dwelling. on I ler. Down and Bessie The land is J

The Board of Public' Instruction met have joys imprisoned in their deep- continually to operate the .siren fog:' ; Jacks up his flowing sleeves it, a few orange trees a (flowing w"II. peculiarly truck adapted to citrjis fruits/

in regular session, there being present est dungeon And it is for you to horuH. Their great trumpet-like farmsprotrude ,as the poet Intended to sing showed and gain.It.i 5 acres O. ready Meek.for truck; a 52-tf oar and immune raising from and a4st'I I entirely am ..

W. C. Bass chairman; E. E. Brown tel them free-the immortal joys through the wall of tho buildIng :great astuteness on the port of Ah __ __ I now offering Id-acre( tracts and a
I and J. W. Tumblin also W. J. Sears, that no living soul fate on the seaward side. In foggy ,Sin. Tbe uncorrected error of the con>- JUST Unloaded a car of fancy seed town lot In Wmilemt're for $250 each
one. or weather one can bear from the open ;posltor who set Up "packs" Instead of potatoes. direct shipment from I This is the best land proposition in

.: ... superintendent.' 9f circumstance can rob you of window. the farolT mooing of tbe foghorn : '"jacks" still left enough )f sense to Maine. Call and examine our stock Florida. Write me for particulars
; Minut.eiof last -regular session were once you have released them.- on the Boston lightship seven j pass muster when embodied between and get prices we can nave' you come and see S. S. Griffin, Gothsvj;

: read and approved. Roy Rolfe GiUon. miles away, as the keepers on the I i the contexts. money quality considered. Waters' & Fla.:. __-,--- ___ _44-tf.:
,, B.' C. Miller;:county "treaurer, reported lightship can bear this one at Boston i The poet; after years of fruitless"l Carson Grocery Co. l-4t

a ,. a. follows : .-L" U ht. i j deavor finally gave up, all hope and FOR SALE-A 'Nice Home ;; small KOOMS AXI)nAn)). i

\ ,To the Honorable Board of Public Instruction I All old cannon lies on the ground resigned himself to,ttra,butchered readi .. bungal ;'"bout pn. acre af ground; .J .
s ._ In and for Osceola County : 'F........ Quatn Sophie. near the )lighthouse.! It was,provided i Ing.-New York: Times, private water works; house neatly DWELLINGS for rent apply to M. Tiller. .,.
k by the Cunard Steamship beI I I v and well furnished; everything com' C '
.. 4:(herewith tender my report Treasurer In 1800. Vrhen the. combined.armies company 4 *
t ,of Osceola County ,.for the month of Victor Emmanuel. nnd Oarlhnlill attacked fore tbe foghorn was Installed to give Mule Riding In Portugal. plete. Address Owner Box 575, ROOMS for Rent-Apply to Mrs. D. ,
'I Kslimm Florida.
J. :, 'of December, A. D. 1910. tiuetn, Queen Sophie, of Nnpli-8 signals. It Is unused now. But Inadt1itIon In odd contrast to the modern rush e, 2-tf M. Breaker. S .tf : ,

t r.1. ".GC a4&. ": .001. rUNDTo conducted tile defeime, her Dunbnnd < 19 the great revolving light I*i and honk of th"o automobile and the .FOR SALE Eignt tnouxand acres of ROOMS TO RENT-Either singleor ;
t it' .. balance (coin li report. ."1,1166 H7To 'I Francis II., being utterly unnerved. In tbe tower there Is a set of red and I clang of tbe trolley cars are the sables timbered land; three miles from rail en suite! ; suitable for light house.keeping. -

t f.. an. rd!'" from '1'.." Cn).. tax. 11'007 Most of her time was spontilpoti the white range 11\* 1i'4 that give the loca-i or small farmers of Portugal. who ride way stations; ten miles from Kissim l Apply to Mrs A. A. Simpson \"
t'1'> '1'.ami rvaetvad Pajm Tax, Cet.l poll I 3 uj ramparts nherp! she reiiinlned duringthe tlon of auchi . for vessels In the nonchalantly through the twentieth mee; fine orange grove and and ti jok 3-tf J
. hottest Ore channel. If century hubbub the back land; good location for saw mill. Address -- -
;_ TOWp''rs.s&1.erbeks J 77 I IIBr She was absolutely they see red It means on -the extreme :
Box 492 Fla. BOARDERS wanted-Mrs. E. J.
4. paid\ warraubuM p..ibiI.; .. ,. .bW"j; without fcnr. Once when a bomb>urnt that-they are, out of their proper location back-of small. patient eyed Kissimmee 4-lt can accommodate several persona Alvey with

'o bal. ........ ,. ""s. .. ... 2CU s 2 In the room where she was dining with. but U white they are safe.New mules Though the country! bas proI I( TOMATO PLANTS Sweet Potato I board and room at her home in rear
: ',* sdaooi.aua-oirf.: "0.2. her husband and his !suit she walked to< York Mall. greased and tbe farmers are progressIng Slips and Velvet Beans for sale. of school house. or board without

., .'.;. t To bal Iron U.t report. ...... .. rt SIToam't a mirror that hung on the wall and, no- toward! prosperity they have consistently 6,000,000 Livingston's New Globe room. 84-tf
_, :: iwealvad from' tax collector. it m ticing that her hair was whitened by l The Sea Captain Librarian.At (refused to move farther forward Tomato Plants at $1.25 per M. Delivery - "

,,' u : fey balance .:.. ..... ..... ,"'.. '.,.,* 11451 i the plaster the bomb had scattered remarked the Melbourne university council on the male's back In Portugal for potato FebrUai15th.slips and ,velvet. Headquarters bean seed.I YOU cooked CAN by get best three northern j good--meal.cook at
: "What powdered heads Justice remarked than the last flfth of his anatomy. Perhaps
'a.: $ceLaUaOtsr.5o.. 8. a pity Biggins that be had J..R. Davis Fla. Transcient Restaurant
Bartow 4-
.:. To bal from Utl.fiUH '"... .. ..'.. IIG.78 are' out of fashion! White haIr suit. come across some queer librarians In tbe custom arose from< the time t-pd office, for 26c each. Short orders poet !IP oI
,"To.stat, rweHre Iroia, ux collector t 11 me admln b17." his time. He knew one Australian In- when the mule carried a large load JAPAN PLUMS (Loquats; ) now ready extra. 41-tf

, o !Ie, Mr BalanoaT:, ., . ......'.. .- ,<710-867. I stltnto that bad appointed a retired sea Just before the rider and the habit bas. f&r setting; hardy healthy stock:: -- j
_ .. 'J SCHOOL SDB-DUT. NO.<4.TabaUao <. 5 5 H. Won the Triok.'b.Qh. I captain to the office. That honest not been broken.-Christian Herald. Sizes 12 to 18 inches, each 20c per:

,, ,, I from !las. nportTo ,, ,...'.,". II 4S George dear." abe whispered worthy catalogued. Max: Muljer's doc. $1.75; sizes: 18 to 24 inches each'25e FOR KENTFOR ,
; .(. smi received. (ton UI< oollaoior. .. I IS wheasbe slipped the engagement ring i "Chips From German .Wcrlt hop" Tho Mystic 8_.... per dozen $2.00. Now is the S

_ r : ," 'Bf b'"la..H.' .;r. ..... ... .... ...-.r on h...'tapering miger, "how sweet of i un'dltr the beading of "Carpentry." The Bosael Islanders In New Guinea' time makes to a beautiful set them;tree try and a few produces trees; trucking RENT-Nearly land, with five-room three acres house of

._ B. C. Miller, County Treasure yon to remember just the sort'of stone :| lie- should 'baTe-80m. fun 'with BIIIIkID'l -hold the namber7__ ngreat awe. AnaUve delicious fruit. Jno. D. Jlnkins. San- close in. Nelson Realty Co. 3-tf: ; J
% I pref erred 1 None of ,the others was titles when It comes to classifyIng ; policeman iealaake4wJ\at"tb6' TofiJ-Florlda;; 4-1 t.pd ;
i '. Warrants* tn the sum of '1 76.'10 we're ever so thoughtful.> : I "Sheepfolds and tbe "Ethics of numerals In the local dialect were I FOR RENT-Three acres of land and

.- examined arid cancelled In open session George was staggered but for a mo( ,I I Iment. the Dust."-London Chronicle. ave them readily enough but hefl- FOR SALE Three choice fiveacrelots five room house well located. immediate '
:,. as follows: No.. 1409. 1417. 1413, 1422 Then ho came back with: "Not ': tated at the number T. Von might not Orlando; located; just on outside main city marl limits road of to possession. Nelson Realty,Co. j f J.

__ ___; . \1438,1440, 1467, 1471, 14922. 4, .6.7, at all dear. You overrate me. This I Twlatod. always say that number. be explained Kissimmee; all three face on the ;' "

;., ,8, 9, 10,'11. 13, 15, 16, 18. 21, 34, U/:4S., .ILt .t.IDe rye alwaysShe used." I "What we want" said the magazine sometimes It brought on thunderstorms road; splendid fruit or) trucking land; .
;- 60.62.63,64.Billswere. was Inconsistent enough to cry editor "is a story that reflect real If yon did. And yon mupt never will sell cheap and give extremely t Anxious te Comply. >1

_ eJ i ",. ': (approved and warrants'I' about It. _. 'S I Uf. say It at all when yon went to easy terms on same. S. W. Down- Professor (to student)-Ton should 'vf

,issued as follows; "That's the trouble with our current Adele Island to get cocoannts or fish Ing. 2-tf have written on the subject sir, so |,

,, 4,, ( Locality. '- i I literature," replied the harsh critic. because the most frightful results FOR SALE-Bearing Orange Grove that the, most Ignorant of ;
W J Oaan:sal slips .. .. ... .. ... ..$100 00 your audi ;
'woB.I.MarI.... .. ......: ...... .001 Where were you born r' asked the I IjD4p' "We are getting too much fact In our. would undoubtedly follow" VI UsQrlmshaw 700 trees, 80-acres. 14 acres fenced ence could understand an that you

,,.; ,. 'IZsewu.KlIP I ......... ......'. .. 1100 of election: 'x ? :, efforts for fiction and too much fiction Touches tor the superstition I hammock, pine marsh and prairie have to aay on the subject Student 'I j
,: ., ,JBTabUa,1I, BP I.-.... ......... .. '. MOO "Hate I got f answer that quo*.. In our alleged facts." Washington In her book on "The New New land cottage; and packing house. What part of my production is not '. !1

t B C IfUlar Oo Treat ., ....... .. ........ TIM tlour Inquired the man. who wished .' tar. Guinea" Next years crop estimated at 6,000 c'-rto70u,11r1' ,l lQobhrts. ._
boxes. .
S Visa Joatta".IM",lal faweh School :Ko.a. IS 00 to rote. I I"Tea I I Cash or terms. Address
T. Box
Owner. 346)
Miss KhearbarltAtalleaeh School No. "* M uo ; that' the law." t j 'S How the Days Go By. The Illusion -> Kissimmee Fla.. 48-tf -- ---- '

,i ., ,> t MrSJBa .ffa..aaIUaekiar' School No.4 4(00M "'W.II, sir I was born In to. sta ra Frank; looked thoughtfully from "So yon are going to Vet 'minted FOR SALE-Two IoU -- ,

.. las Kader* Rssssl\. salirr School. NO.S 40 TO I
B ; those
IHnbbard.atltaieher School No. U eO 00 Tribune. Tea the longing for little home we use today wereempl07ec1 ID
i playedyon tbe primitive plan of a a each; for business or dwelling. Small
IIlas I Blala
Corey sal
loach school Wo. 1 IS 4000fl 1 I Troy 000 B. C.
S M KII..........aa| uaolrar school(Va. 14 1ft ii ; flve-y! ear-old DJ7. where I- can put lD7-feet against tba- _House,.15x20-and lot 66x66 feet on Among the valuable
Th .Was EWa: Corel,stl UMh School :4 II I 00 S Long and Short."What's {1 "Mamma Isn't funny how tbe days walU,brace my chair back and amoks Brack It., near Broadway; $500.00; objects found by Dr. Scollemann was
1.A- Fred JI.I....,.. Ml Uachar School No. IS* 45 00 all this trouble about the .. go by one after" e other Just llko- a my pipe In comfort got tct be too Touch. Suitable for business 'or dwelling. a golden goblet. Vessels of this metal a,4
k ,' 'z.; i;. M O Pendenon, &eacb.rBeboollfo.If! ) 40 Oo long and short hantT" demanded the train of can wlthNBunday for the engine. for me." r Terms: half cash balance 1-2 years 1 wre commonly employed In the aerrfe -

2T' ,._ ?.....1 ".* $..*!laaeher School so a;0 secretary of the woman's club. ."-Harper's. ..X.A ". "That's a beautiful dreamt" at 6 per cent. J..M. Wilson Jr. of the temples.

I Mlaa liar, Fh.rlso.sal teach School No. 6 So 09 .."It's this way," explained tire Isn't Itr S . :,j jI
1 HIM 1 iretUe' ric d ..,sal taach School No 11 18 00f. urer. "Some dressmakers say a trea"l I Mlsapprobonatan.. "So beautiful that It will be a shams WANTED I t'R.

> y.. .. Xlas" ._tIe Badf.,lalarr School tf.a 12 18 oa ought to be six feet In length. ... The young man leading slog by a for' you to get married and spoil It.- S.
. Miss Camilla Morrison\ Sal Sobool No. It 21110 I WANTED-By "hian RAIMS f
three feet Atlanta Constitution. young ,
I say .Is enough. -Washington string lounged up to the tlckat office opportunity
2 llleI Nellie Watbarvaa, sal Sohool N,M 40 OH I to do light outdoor work for TAIIO I II SHOP
5 'S Herald. I of a railway station and In room
lei Sul* GboiEoa..ulary SohooJ 0 1 7 110 and board on truck farm .
or else- ;
W W .$...... "Mast I-aw-take. ticket few Ho Was a Veteran. cut and make ,
Bell ato.aahool Mo I .. ... a 60W a where. Address H, this office. 4-lt clothes to a man's
? 0 Makloaoa ,soppllea Mbool Wo 1 is.6 The Qonlus. prr S "He's military looking young chap." mea ure. I do the best steam clean-/I'/ ...
,., ... W....*< am Qro Co aap aahool No I 40 The principal difference between a "No;' yon can travel as aa ordinary ...... Ought to be. He's. a veteran of nine WANTED-Good girl for gene raThoJsiwork ing in town. I dye any color. I do_
._S Xrthor Do.iSats.C1.rk.r,00rdlad..4 I.TO alas and a Ijool ls that the genius Is passenger." wassthe roplySuborban "rars." good pay and permanent em-
x B O 1111I....CoTl'Me,'.ab.4I.&rlaUlo 2.. I 07 able1' to.get pocbl Ie 'to take up bill Ideas I Ufe. 5N"Are "Impossible! Why, he's only twenty. ployment to right party. 'l'hreeroom any kind of repairing. I clean' H.ta.o-

..QHIII".CoTrou."W"'rta'Nol.. S S3B and tusks fortunes out of t..m.-ctIl-. I two years' old." servant. house. Nelson Realty Co. I have two of the best Tailors In the r

_ C:Millar,po Treaa.nb-dlMrtet W, 4.; ." aqo Recordnerald.The I II A .Jow.i\ "1 kdow but ho once spent six 1-tf South. My place of business u tn rear
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_ -t. Assarteaa Book Co. books... '. ... ....... 4f. you wlUKyoor new Cleveland WANTED-Refined couple. or gentlemen I Jewelry Store;
I Oantheni ...... Book ...... 7.10 ' man who combats himself will IDal4r S \ Leeder. N for several; nicely furnished PHONE NO 210 I,
4ut z. W, ......-IvrtdevUls. s svostbs. .,,... .. $341! 0tioE.ms1..lsbor.cbo& be happier than he who coatsnda with |: "Vory. She's.too old to get married room., with bath; the best meals the ( S k
.: -. ':. : .Ol..t.1 ,... .10 0WV. Mhars..-Confucius. .4.'.and too. fat to wear my thlnca. Bo.J I No roan who mads his own business market can afford. Corner Main and CALL. ME AND I WII COME FOR k.

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