Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: January 27, 1911
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00474
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
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'IN HONOR Of LEE 'day'showered d 'many upon the-were'cook-the. who compliment'prepredIt. County ,Commissioners ,, ".interests actor, his of honesty, the. people, his have devotioq never"to.been the COlONYAKAMPBEll$[

:t 'The afternoon was spent, !; by'some questioned. Mr: Bloant has, 'always)

of ,the ladies. In needle Vork,' whIle been, for the corporations! and thl'rv: Is

: Memorial 1 .Exerdses By the.Daughters -others."'with the gentlemen, roamed the Will 'Build a New Jail'The not a..(singl& instance on record'of hl,, Promoted By It D.Varing & to. Is
which '
beautiful and .ep clou. grounds "'
of U:onfederacy: Were hour ,4' ever expressing the'slightest interest V One of theMostProspcrousV
, surrounds the house. At a late In or sympathy for the common'J people

I A Most Impressive. V V I the company wended their way home i until h.'b came: a candidate. in tbe.SUte."One :;.' r
that it Recommendations Made By the Valley Gazette
t ?- I. assuring Mr.'and Mrs Drought --_ 1 __J. F. Richbqurg. "-"* -
at the home of had been ne'of the happiest days they Member of the'' from Wal of the most prosperou"colOnte ,.I
Qn Friday evening. I I Two and'a Half Years Ago Are About to Legislature- jIn
Mrs. C. A. Carson the Daughters of had ever spent.josepresent. V" tDn'County. ,Florida, which i I. beln .-'operated by '.

-Confederacy held jnemoriaLexer.! .; were.. _M!!!_and! _.Mr?. V Be Realized.-, -- I R.-D.-Waring&.C ;', of .m -city.-Is HePhoenlxville -

I does In honor of the birth of R. t. Lee. A. E. Drought; Mr. and Mrs. C. A.! IT LJfSLEYSefls V : colony located rat Camp.

There bad been Invited'manyW om ; Penick, Miss Luella Penick, George V Two years and a half ago the Valley new jail and accommodation for the bell, about thjpt miles f>rom, Kisalm-'

"_ the Daughters thought would be interested Penick\ Mrs. Belle Modi P. H. Rine- Gazette recommended to our County sheriff the present jail being so constructed His : Business mee.
St
of I at
hart and Leander Kaywood Ohio Grocery : V
f in the evening's, program-the Commissioners that they, build a jail that i is Impossible to take Mr. MacDonough, who I II aasomiat.d'V;
::1 ministers of the ,city the editor the : Miss -Gsae Bisbee. Miss Edith Plum- rtid residence for' the sheriff on the care of the prisoner in the manner pro- Ooad to C. W. and t: P Dann. I'wlthWlrlng ft-Co..-in their extensive
Mrs. E. O.;Tatman and Mr. H. N .. '
high school ,classes the entire faculty mer Darrow, of Michigan, Mrs* J. C. Pierson, outskirts of the city and ,convert the vided ,by law. Besides, bring; under Not bjrany means are all the'trades.i I lanjf operations fa, this stale, came to

Also the friends, sweetheart" and husbands present jail, which Is in the basement the court house, in case of epidemic or mad Jn this section. confined to land ssimme*after visiting e'veryimport. fr
: Nordstr -
L. English and
Mrs. J.
_ .- of'the.Daughters themselves.Miss .- : en. of Illinois, J._P. Howe G.j of NewHamp.hlre Qt"the--court house, into quarters for contagious 'diseases it might prove a i for daring the pact few month several ant town....-an colony in' Florida ,and ,

:, Elizabeth Aultman as historian Mr. and Mrs. Robert Vogel county officers and record rooms, but menace to the public 'as well- as to the Important changes have taken pMee in found V conditions' here so much more,

;) V. of the Will Bryan. Chapter presided ot New Mexico, and Mr. N. R. Whiteof at that time the Commissioners could officers." V the ownership of some large mercantile satisfactory thai In V any other section

most gr efull,. New York. not see their way clear to expend so Botb'ChBlnn Lesley and Sheriff establIshments both'In this city and at that tMtdecUffd to locate permanently.

,) \ Mrs. Jarrell\ secretary called theo much money, as they had outlined a I Prevatt are thoroughly In favor of the St. Cloud, the latest being that of Mr. MacDoaough returned to Phoenlxville. -'

roll of both the Daughters; and the OF LfnUCE coune'of Improvements in our roads plan of building jail and sheriff's residence Messrs. C. W. and E. P. Dann, purchasing his native town to tell others

Veterans, and of the former many were j' HEAD!: that would exhaust the treasury. J on the outskirts of the city, and the grocery feed and grain of the beantie and business opportunities

V.present, but only two Veterans, Mr. Last year one million dollars were a recommendation to that effect will be business of Mr. E. L. Lesley at St. of Ktsslmm His efforts In this

'*r>ankhn and'Mr. Gardner. I Measuring Twenty-Six Inches Across added to the taxable values of this I made .to the Commissioners at their. Cloud. way have proven very successful and

I The first paper written and read by Grown Mr. t. D. CarrolL county which; will give the Commissioners February meeting which, we anticipate Mr. E. P. Dann who was for several within the last few months there have

. Mrs. C. A. Carson, told of Gen.,Lee's By something like fifteen thousand will be adopted without a dissenting years the efficient superintendent of bee..several friend com from Ffcoe;,
the war' Between the states. Some four weeks we had the dollars to In vote. nlxrille to Kissimmee to locate.'
,; t life until ago more use public improvements out: electric light'plant and who ia regarded Among
? Miss Aultman portrayed! the great pleasure( of writing a brief descriptionof and they, with an eye to the We are glad, Indeed that the Com as one'of the most conservative the first who came through/: the effortsof

_,,It ".' courage our brave leader exhibited during \ the truck garden of Mr. C. D. Car- best use to which these additional funds misaioiieriaVe taken this action. as it though enterprising business men as R. D. Waring &: Co .Was LeRoy 4'

the struggle. Mrs. Caldwdl() \ described rail, located about three miles north of could be put instructed their chairmanat l is an 'advanced Improvement that is well as one of our most perfect gentlemen Kuip. Although still a young man,

him as president of Washinjjfton I this city, which article BO attracted a their January meeting "to consult much needed, and it also convinces the will| have direct charge of ,the Mr. Kulp is taking: a decided interest 4

; and Lee Unnersity. These three, papers Pennsylvania that he came here, and with the sheriff as to what was necessary Valley' Gazette' that l it* recommendation business, which is a guarantee of its In the up-building of Kisslmmee and .

; were very Intere tinglywritten after an investigation/ has decided to to be done to put the jail in a two and a half years ago was both success.V has adapted himself to conditions BO

and entertainingly read They were each make Kissimmee his permanent home.It. thorough sanitary condition and provide logical and timely. The Commissionersof Mr. C. W. Dann is proprietor of one completely aa to make him one -of our
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very characteristic of the writer. if' now becomes our extreme pleasureto separate place} for both sexes and this county are known throughout of Kie lmmee's mb up-to-date dry most prominent young men. .V

\ object were.to make us honor and j! state that Mr. 'Carroll brought to races. Florida for their enterprising spirit and goods and shoe stores, and by a strict Mr,'Elmer E., Kulp, his father and '

revere our hero even more they. most this city Wednesday and placed in a And now the grand jury. who filed its good business sense and in this act of attention to business and a practice of Mrs. Kulp and daughter 'Alts came' ..

certainly succeeded. show window on Broadway a head of general presentment on the 21st of this making arrangements for the buildingof honesty and fair dealing toward all, here about ten days ago to visit tljfir

\ Mrs Evans'; solo with the chorusfL lettuce that' measured twenty-six inches I month, used the following language: a commodious and up-to-date jail I has built up a substantial and lucrative son, and found the climate so favorable 't' '

| 1 joining. wan particularly enjoyed across! the top and which was "We recommend that as soon as prac- and sheriff's house, they are only livingup business. and business possibilities so /great; that I
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,. Miss Inez Carson and Miss Jarrell fully as tall as a bushel measure. This ticable the County Commissioners take to their general reputation and past theyare arranging to establish a business . !'

each gave readings that were enjoyed. head of lettuce, which was cut from into consideration the erection of a conduct. A PLEASANT PARTY house in Kiisimmee and to build a.

The vocal solo of Miss Parker and Mr. Carroll's garden was planted about I home here,' and also Intend to cultivate

the instrumental (piano) by Misses : the first ol November, and to grow it a farm in, the Phoenlxville Colony,

Hardy! Wilder and Graves, were each very little fertilizer was used, although Bryan Will Win the RaceThe Spends the Day,Viewing{he Beauties Campbell.V
rich
well done the ground In naturally very in of Lake Tohopekaliga.It Mr, Joseph Rayser of the Phoen x-

Mias GU>nn's_ beautiful rendition of plant life, being of that character of V an"4; vill.'contingent. Is Working, at carpen-!
soil known in this aectiort as muck and was a most happy congenial
"The Conquered Banner, brought tearsto Voters ofcElerida Will Elect Him to the that accepted the courtesies on tory at the present time but I. going;
hammock.Mr. party. '
the eyes of many as she so eloquently to clear and cultivate hi. land within a ...-
them'of the love! and Carroll has,been shipping lettucefor Tuesday of Messrs. R. D. Wiring and V
reminded Unite'll States Senate on /"text Tuesday. week or two. Mr. Rayser who suffered
the heads G. M. MacDonough for a day's outing'on
the month although
had inspired. and past .
devotion that banner with: rheumatism in the North
he markets are not nearly so large as N,, Lake Tohopekaliga, aboard one of
the reverence with which it must now "' has been very much benefited with the
the one mentioned above but much the news tf the oppressive"burdens of the the many magnificent launches that In and I.
V be regarded. From every quarter comes | many climate Klsstnyhee, enjoying
\ The young men- Messrs Gardner larger than the average going; North at that. N. P. Bryan is the favorite in the I| prp.sc"f'I:' ply that beautiful, body of water for. the best of health ; being also an enthusiastic ,

Over treet, Lei tner and Duaenberry- the present time. The acre Mr Car- race for the United States Senate. and I Mr Blount has had a lifetime of the weather at this season l ia everything fisherman. be ha found a,

.V who sanur "OM Black Joe.ere very rail planted in lettuci' v. H'! bring him that many wlo cast their vote for training as the legal representative of that could be desired, and the great deal of pleasure in the Urge haul

entertaining.Perhaps something like MX hundred and fifty Blount In the first primary are going to corporate interests.". He says if he is : guests, who were Mr. E. E. Kulp and of fish that he 'has made during spar

the of the .evening was dollars. vote for Bryan on Tuesday, as they believe elected he will go,back on that lifetimeof son, LeRoy, OfVV Phoenlxville, Pa.; Mr. hours. '
song --- --- -
of N.
DeWitt Whitney, Arkville Y.j; V
one byJ. M. Gardrui "The he is the man nearest the people, training and represent the common Mr. Challingworth who has-
original Joseph
an IN dr.. Wright, of Chicago, and Mr. Mar : \i
Is Good Knough; For CARROTSIs and national legislation is safer in his people. Do you believe he can or will V
Old Confederate V tin, of Indiana were in the. happiest bought property in.this colony. Intend. .
do 7 "Can the change his
so leopard .
Me" to the tune of "Old Time R..li.t'r hands. frame of mind. *"- --- sending bis son Archie to farm his tractin

f gion." He led thi.., and all joined iru the Way in Which Mr. S. B. Ault- $athan P. Bryan is a product of spots?" The vtai ted Southport and were a short time and there'are many
'. V Osceola county, I ii now and always has Do you believe that if the L. & N. 1 party others
the chorus. V Vegetables. I from Phoenixville planning to
which
Will Ship shown that splendid place,
each man been credit to the place of his birthhe railroad, which haa employed Mr, Blount i over
V .,: ,Mr.'Gardner! and Mr Franklin ; a them beyondcompare come here during the next year. VV
.I gave a few minutes' talk each of which ---Supt J. C. Higgins; and Division, Passenger is l a true man We regret that there for twenty-six years, thought,that.he delighted and especially A yisit of great importance to this
: ,V.' V V J.V G. Kirkland Of,the would the common people in the ,grapefrujt\ orange grove.
represent
; 1 was enjoyed. V Agent were some votes' cast against'him/ in member the in I colony and to Kissimmee, is that bejng
Atlantic Coast Line, spent a few hours this county in the first priJ'lary! but',we place of them that they would be using Every party Indulged the '
Mrs. Jarrell read the objects of the I that best of. all sports fishing and paid at present, time ,by Mr. Howard :
between trains in this city on Wednesday feel certain that with Stockton out of the efforts they are to secure his elec.
which objects are educational -, Pennypacker.. Mr. ..PennypacVer
organization! !some fine catches were made: In fact, ,
\ social historical! And benevolentIt afternoon and company with the race, and now that I HU i either Bryan tion 1Mr. the entire party had the time of their although till a young man Is on"ofPennsylvania's V

; is aneducational and historical or- Messrs S. B. Aultman, Judge G. F. or Blount, that Bryan will receive prac- BJount says that a. a state senator lives, and voted Messrs. Waring and : most successful farmers,
Parker and W B. Harris, Jbok an auto tically the unanimous vote of Osceola. I he voted to extend the of
V ga\li nation, because its purposes are to powers MacDonouRh the princes of hosts. and to all who know his ability hU endorsement -
V study, history and to obtain all data possible ride through Mr. Aultman's extensive He should receive every vote for he l Is the railroad commissIon The Senate of a fanning proposition'

from every available source. It'U I truck gardens. one of us, and to vote against him Is almost Journal of 1905 on page 1426,. says .will be accepted\ without. any que.tlon.V V

; benevolent, because it is the particular-, These gentlemen exp'ressed both astonishment equal to vote against a member of!i Mr. Blount voted against the bill\ to en- YOUNGJADIESAstride Mr.. Pennypacker has. ju made, tour'' ...
and pleasure at the magni- our own family. large the powers of the railroad com ,
V duty of the organization to care for of Bermuda, Cuba ,and Florida and
V comfort nnrt ;in .every possible. manner tude of Mr. Aultman's operations and Honorable Robert W. Davis, who so I mission. The same journal: on page Noble Steeds Will Lead the while he.found that. all those places,
the splendid growth,whlc-h his several 'ably represented the Second congressional 1833. Mr. Blount voted the '
against
make j>1 lea ant the lives of the veterans. says Tirand Parade feb., 14. offer immense advantage to Northern
V descendants I I crops have made, Mr. Aultman will district In congress torso many! resolution to amend the ,constitution to \ '
Tp see to the education of the I hustlers, he con.ld.n. that Kisslmmee_ ...
of worthy Confederate soldiers. ship in car lots, this season and expects years and who was so exceedingly pop- give the railroad commission more It may be the proper ,caper iu other baa a more favorable climate and,location

4 C Social in that It seeks to cherish the : !O have about seven cars of lettuce ular with all the people of the state has power to enforce Its rules. town for a .cordon of police to lead than. any other' place"'that:he,ha*' V

memories! and ties that bfnd the Daughters fifteen cars of cabbage and s thousand come out squarely in support of Hon. I Which do you believe, the official big parades but here in ever peacefuland visited. Mr. Fennypacker visited the

''f together. I barrels of Irish potatoes. Besides this Nathan P. Bryan for the United State records of the state or Mr. Bloant T If prosperous Kissimmee a troop of property the Phoenixville": dony at

After Mr. Carson had reminded all he haa nearly an acre. of.,as fine celery Senate. The following letter which \Mr. Blount will attempt to deceive! you our fairest young ladles is all that Is Campbell;'and wa* so:well pleased with_ ,, '.

V that the organization V was In no as was eve grownanyw VV Va.. received" by, a gentleman in Kis- about what he has done, do you believe necessary to keep the mighty throngs the soil' and location of this,property

present eimmee, will fully explain itself. he will carry out his promise' he from crowding the route over which that he cheerfully.recommends It toil V
one, but a loyal
desire wise a perpetuate bitter, partisan the heroic deeds of AN ENJOYABliDAYi ..JTampa.Fla.Jall.21,191'' -. is elected and -h.the' office for six the hundreds of G.-A. R. veterans and of his friends who Intend coming South..- f

\ fathers and mothers. To do this in I ____ "My Dear -: years T their invited guests will march V on February Mr. Pennypacker and ,R.-D. Waring V &,
our *
V "Now that John Stockton is out of The only argument which the friends 14th V '
such that our children's children Co.; will arrange .to establish a systemof
f manner
a remember with pride the part !i Spent at Kissimmee Park as Guests the; race for senator I am doing all I .of Mr. Bloant have to advance is that It is meet that these 'tame men \who c mmunftatl ft',:between' this'colon/

' ' V 'Aheir may ancestors had borne in the strUgjjle. of Mr. and Mrs.W., A. McCool. can for Nathan P. Bryan. I wish you he !Is a.West Florida man. marched in column of four with muskets and Northern, m&rk.te.: ,by' which the
4 V I. would tell all my kin-folk in Kissimmee -i Which is the more to advantage, upon their shoulder some fifty '
your 1
" Then "Dixie" was sang right The coming of Mr. and Mrs. W. A I produce may b.suece.sfu1lyV'handledto !
( that I hope they will vote for to have a West 'Fl rida man who has year ago In search of the boys wearing the V
lustily by all present.All McCool to our: city every winter irohn greatest possible adY8l1taee'to"the .
Nathan. Sincerely tne the and carrying flint-lock "**" V
your always represented eorporatlons gray, ,
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invited into the dining- growers.
All were then Beaver Falls Pa, ii the signal that
1 "Robert W. Davis." still represent them in the United States should how be given the object lesson V .-
room, where Miss Aultman and Miss many days of pleasure ate In store for An Interesting acquisltiont&thls'eolonyJs -
4 that those musket and tllnt.Iockllie
hare same
Senate or to a Jacksonville man
1 Carson presided at the punch bowl.giv- those who &.fIe".IQ fortunate as to be Mr. peWit't Whitney of Ark:
who ha always stood for the to buried so deep tha both the blue
-t !t, big almost u !much pleasure-wlth deli-I numbered among their friends; tor they Mount's Vote on Railroad Commission represent you? people and the gray are now safe frt the hands ville,. N, Y f* ,who; :. coming to' Florida

ii .. -clou beverage (fruit-punch) as they never tire of providing amusement and without, any.definite'' idea of locating,', .V
I DeFunlak Springs Fla. Jan. 20, 11. of the South' youthful maiden V
V ; Mr. Bloant
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I bad earlier with their Intellectual treats. | are noted for their hospitality, ws elected by the peopleof met Mr. BlaoDonongh on ,the train and 1 -'
are candidates be voted While it will more than likely be the
There two to
V Mr*. Carson waa assisted! in serving : On Tuesday these good people Invited ttscambia!: county to represent themin : came to, Kissimmee on,i hi* Invitation. .
time in the of the G. A. R. V V
first history V
81.
for in the ;January;
I primary, the state senate .The senate,was ii V
' cakes by little Miss Simpson. Mr*. McGuire of Beay.r Falls Pa ; \ Mr. Whitney has found eorftp.nion-J!
:1 of .
: Whichever Is chosen the people veterans that one their annual par'
i by '
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time exchanging session in 1905, forty-one days. Mr. ship of his
All had a merry Mrs. Wheaton of Tennessee who are new uaintanc.. so con .
been ..
will bold the office for *lx ades has l led by a troop of young;!
.compliments in how well each had per- wintering here; Mrs, W. HNorton, year Blount was absent eighteen days, representing genial. and is so weU pleased with KlX:
The United States senate I. lady riders, still ft will be a beautiful a
\\1.'4 formed her part In this, our first U. D. Mrs. Tress, Mrs. T. M. Murphy. Mrs. composed the L. &N. railroad and other simm..'. progressiveness. that without ';'
of 92 and all laws which glorious sight and we venture to "
say
.4 V C. evening finally going home entirely A. J. Meisner Mrs. J,, McPhatter Mrs.- men, client.-neglected,;! his duties ss state the act will be further Investigation he:has decided to
affect the whole must'pass that that repeated at every
people
,1 satisfied with the pleasure given and J. E. Mattocks and two children and V-V. senator to represent private 'and corporate State Encampment In future. establish ,a home here.. .M-r.Wb1taey.
received.I Mrs. E. E. Fairbanks Mr. and Mr, body. Interests. Does that indicate will return within few '' '
I U i Lo uSeaman of Kissimmee to join themin The contest between the common that he would be any more falthfurto JndR-a n. F. Parker; who will- be the York where h.CoDtro..RleJlI.w.eksto$1w'. ,,.. V
a picnic at that most delightful place, and the of 'V grand marshal of the parade, request ,
people aggregate
power the interests of the common people In
lumber business and will make o'
tV A MERRY TIME I Kissimmee Park.Everybody wealth is Hearing a crisis. the United States senate {j I I that all the ladies and Misses who desire arrajge. '
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carried a basket ,filled menU to return her* In the taU.t<
; with good things to eat and when the The victory of the common people In Florida people have a chance now to i I, to tate part in this parade to meetat Kr"l and Mrs.' Kulp: \ will also return' to, V

Is Had by a Band of- Picnickers: onIngrain's j table was laid it looked aa though there the elections of last November which to either add a senator- the class to I I his residence next Monday night; at Pboenlxville to, arrange their sffiJrsV
was enough "grub" td feed a hundred o'clock, that'they' receive Instructions ,
relegated to private$ life the most of which Aldrieh. Smoot Lodge and Bur-1 i may -
Island. -I II but after a few hours spent looking what with a view returning here a. soon '
will be
to the
as char-
J .. the men who have represented the > V
,over Mr. MeCo "l grapefruit ,and row belong or to have one In th.clau i possible. :- : ;;
An all day picnic was enjoyed Wednesday of wealth In the House of Representatives 'Cummlfii "Gore acter oftheirformatlon in .the parade. V V" j
orange /grove; than which tbere I I. none power with LaFoimte ; ''The"happy, ,satisfied 'dispositionVid V :
100_ by a party'of twenty Northerner finer In Florida and fishing from-the 1 leaves the United States Your vote i ii not for either Mr., Blountor energetic accreaaJvene..ofth... Pena
I f home of Mr. and dock, the appetite displayed by the Senate the last of the Library Now Open. :
enl at the hospitable stronghold cor- Mr. Bryan alone, it !Is for the common .
Xt\ picnickers mad, the table look a* t sylvanla,hustlers ,augurs well for,::the .
I :- Mrs. A. E. Drought; on Ingram' though a western cyclone had struck it. porations. If they"can keep their representatives people or for the corporate Interests I The library and reading rooms'No-. success of the' color '.., Mr.Jlae'Dooar.o, , t. V V V

$ Island. After dinner the party enjoyed themselves and attorneys In power and tract 3 and 4, over State Bank. are now open ugh and Mr.R. D. 'Waring are,looking ,,, '
V* The merrymakers walked to their looking at the wonders and beau' they can defeat the passage of any Mr. Bryan bus never represented any for the use of the publie,,' The library after the interests of''this colony 0
1 I new -.
I destination and arrived with good appetite day tie of with Kissimmee a boat race Park between, and closed Mr. Mc the laws calculated- to give, the V people corporate interests, -.rxJ-. he ha always hours will be from 10"talz noon, and l ,-and'will help in ,every;:way.possh*'

!f ; for dinner which was served Cool' handsome launch ,sjt-th. ."Lin, relief.If ., been in,the.. forefront' the battle for:r: from rp. m.' to 5 p. m.:f or subscriber Me to make It one oft;the-most successful

;1, V ,N promptly at one o'clock.. The dinner da WhiCh was not only greatly. auJoy.d the common people elect'men to''I the people1'. right and tJttere.ts.'l r o ly-JTh* reading.,jt' >om will W.I. .t. ..*V .fa- the tate... ,Sneers to the-4 fboenixrflJe --
'tl V < )11' wa* truly the principal event of the bat,was most "'C* Il;. V represent them they can get relief i from Hi* ability' : his uprightness of Char 'during the.dar until Ep.m. Colony.. ". V

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Mst e -. Tw Queer>> Rook Formations on the .. ,' .

AtjCissmynee"\fark'\ Purchased by) (Island of St., Helena -,------s- ___.t...__ "- .',. ., ., . t. 1 I.I I... -

; 1 Kntz< 1 of Lenoir; N. 'C.j:. There are at ,least two queer freaks!.! ", . f 'l>: '. "
!t SCA.F 1] of nrtture OH the Inland of tit Helena: .' 4J \ t"' .T ,. \. W :,

r ., Property on the Eastern shore the j j 1 or,' holier, four; for one of them is a I .,. ' ,,"'.''': : '' I 4

lut;; has been hanging hpnda'at a j groun'of three OA'uroliKilO"" the "'" ., : ." .....!to' ; .
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kJ.B yt few (!''world JoveriiH the 4T>< virs' :Nose!' 'anll'"L : 'f!:,' ....,.:t', , 'f ;:''', >V .
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rate during '''
M most: thv"at II ', . .\, \, Vlr: . ," "
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months, especially at Kis'itlmmev Park,! ../. ', : II ,:
who ln-nble (to study the 1 Island l nq it in'and '(,' . ,
and ther
J. E. Mattocks, who general manfH! 'j legends which hsveelunterel, .About)
'r Stef and C sales; agent for the c company thlit" "seab'omid rock1" since Ute! days

} owttfng the Park; reports the aalo of,a when Ihe "f.1t 110 CoI'porlll"'wa81 housed

tract of Ms proper '. .:.' I Uioio 1,11 his nvhitf grave will find much '

s ,e .Mattocks came !here!) from Lem\>ir, thaT wllrTTjiay for luventlgntlou, time"

ai e ti N.. CIand: during the past fall banded| : and study. 'i:1 Tourist : 'l'

in several names of gentlemen living in The queerest of the natural formations :

I that city to be placed on the county'slist I lire the oddities aliwe alluded j Thai: first of I them Imitative forum Is a
of inscriptions to the Valley Ga-, | / l
| rocky promontory which linn been
eette, among which was that of. Mr. A. ,/
k.n\.it: by mimes wlijoh signify( OldNii' .
I F Kritz, and a few weeks ago that gentleman II .'" nasal i rojctIon since Mny 22, / L!

decided<< that jf the stories, he:.150:. when/ .)'u IICllJ'ltt'lJa' and_Ills( men .; ---- .
had been reading of this wondetfulsee-" fl littil the Inland 1 Just In time to-.Bee, .'

don were true, that is was the place, tot :. the ili-vll dlnnppeitF! ( beneath. the wares' ; "

1iim.i;; Th' day following Mr. Kritz'h In the. 'best,, liarji!! !leaving' his Anna asa Don't you want a nice'profitable i investment to take
arrival here Mr. Mattocks took him rftnilndcr/ .of what inlclit happen

over to"Ki Bimmee )1'arkami showed\ should. t the vontnreHOine Spi nl
+ him the RT 'fruit grove of Mr. C. .F. to take: pnHm! >NHoii of hls. ,Sutaillc ">:nnj- Why not buy one of these 'beautiful Large Lots

'.., minutes : e I\"H favorite' linuutn... j about one-third' than lots Dry.
Moore, and, eC required only five larger common High.
"I.otHIt HIs
J Idiyfeliteri"\ are tbreeconical
fur Mr. Kritz to decide that it was the 1 rocks] wliU i can only be ccfu sand beautiful view of the town and 'lake. Located just out-

place he had long hoped to own. Arrangements : Jured 11110 l.t'Pry.r'I)111I1t] > ( a man end two ; sid tc'ity limifs ;'in EUREKA addition. They will be far-

/ were made with the least I women by !H/hiroiiK!: |lny of the linage!
i more valuable when you return next Winter.. You can pay
F delay and now that gentleman is It}- I ination. At''o"1I11I1" to the'lev8 of
h Balled I as owner upon one'of the tinest i iI ,.on<> vriter t they are weather worn for them from :your pin money and not miss it. Priaes

,grapefruit groves; in Florida. I stniny of': ,10.1| ..';] size.. prolmlily the ; range from $65 to $83, payable $5 Cash and $5 per ,

i I Bu\. Mr. Kritz Will not I Tlielr flUi'ii'lf( , else, hnRhor would
only a grapefruit groVe and purrhaswfifty .} and what J location
rr seem to pre,'lade. I hits. Idea.Vuen a pretty they occupy.
acres of Kis imnn\>e I Hark 'utrf"kU.nd by \\ hopl '1111'." were JlIIII"rl: "I..ot and

!. from' Mr. Mattocks, from-'< 'lill'h Ills 'milliters". no nuthorlty him ventured ,

he- will grow vegetable, ,fruit amiMowers. , to say i .
N,1? Mr. Kritz Will (jiove his family .

i r'1! THE CANDIDATE BRYAN OF THE PEOPLE OF here, which connist "of a wife and CONJURING BIRDS. I Ij+ j. I. I lS l/

r ALL SECTIONS or FLORIDA FOR nine children, as soon us accommodations : ; '

UNITED STATeS SENATOR can be provided. Trick Sparrow of Hongkong and One I )
.1 And. the Valley Gazette has addedeleven of Their Feats. -

., more desirable people to our The famous Chinese conjuring birds J ,
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-' I couuty's population., are Java sparrows. At street corners | I I II
In Hqjigkoui! sedate old Chinese may '
A Prosaic I Interpretation. be seen putting I the birds, through their '' -
FrofesfHtr Brander Matthews of Columbln tricks for the( benefit of Rfningcrs. j ,I j

!In one of his brilliant addresses. Knch blrclcntre! has a sliding -door, J ,,

If. \ The Town. ofu St.t Cloud u< the,iinrsnkdriuimtlst<1 ran in mild of an: unlinngluiitlro and canleiiHes just oiitnlde, vni'Ii tills containing Is n puck a of(picture"and little j, Valuable Orange Grove

"He It was, I am Mire, who In his n small pot holding< half a dozen ,
u youth on living asked In exanilnntlon grains of rice. I '

't ITEMS OF INTEREST CLIPPED passed to meet on the first Tuesday of what Shakespeare. meant by the phrase.. When the strut tiger, pursuant| to the .
each month. The next meeting will h< 'sermons In stones' wrote In reply: siiKjrrstliin! : of the 0\\ tier. hands); over Near The City.
fROM THE ST.:CiOUD TRIBUNE I ''''I1.'n jmfisliitf tombstone '
; Tuesday. February 7th at the horrid oj' / by a you the 1I..f''Mcr.l'olll. thlrf I Is placed wltll .
I may learnt the name and the dates, ofan.I' the lurk of cards at the door.
the secri'tury, Comrade Robinson. Kentucky | cage
J A fine new sidewalk has just Ixen.completed birth death of the departed one Then tinoxiner will undo the Tautening We have 22 the with Lake
avenue and Eighth blret-t. All acres near city delightful
along the east side of New and also from the Inscription a valuable of the dour l The bird eying ,the
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New Ypik soldiers are invited to be morltl Front. Can the town from of residence
,f "f York between Tenth and lesson from his or her life /oln, then the curd, then the coin see plainly porch the
r avenue, I present, at this meeting'and bring{ their Walking ii'onK' a roan you may see ngnln, as If lie. thought lilfl'i'' >erforiuniice also look down the lake for nary: miles, forming a
We desire
Eleventh streets. to cfcrn- ,from thel1l1l..tonl"8 the number of .
WiVl'SIt.d eweethear's.There ..
too I'Ilt'lIl'lvalu.d.' descends I
t mend the action of our residents art't, miles to the nearest towns and thus acquire beautiful picturesque scenery. Three Flowing"Wells on
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from Ills the with
[ px'rrh opens door l
business men in buildirg sidewalks. Information. ,, the Six-room House.. Good Stables. Land -
were sixty ladies at Mrs. Cool geographical Heaps. lie. beak, hopn outride, draws card property. Fencedand

\ er's oil....Wednesday! afternoon to listento I of stones by the roadside Indicate that from the pm-k, laud' piiKHen. It to his Cross t Fenced, about Six Acres Orange Crape TVviit
R. C. free reading will I repairs ore to take place and so Indicate
The W. room mnoter. lie receives In reward
the "Health and H one i
program on > a lesson In ne tlleSll.' "-Detroit. and Tangerine Trees mostly in bearing. V.ery cheap 'I
be open Tuesday and Friday evenings1n groin of rice.
giene. The new program for 1911 I I Iwl're Free Press. l Full particulars to those ,
I sufficiently interested to write
G. A. R, hall. Everybody is invite in ol The man lakes the little picturefrom
conspicuous\ their; covers!
in invite Iho case received from 'the bird for them. Same party has sorre excellent Harr.rrock land
The ladies' charge thecoope'rntlonof I
,i gold and w.hi < : ind the study of the .
If. An Author' Insight.There
ssKt then II nod. hands: it to the stranger! to Innpect.He and furnish'a
the townspeople to : adjoining::)\ can good sin farm if desired.
wide of '
of dab covers a field subjects Is duo surer murk of geniusthat I| (then returns It to the case, accoiu I
Y and ask liberal donations magazines although its principal ol>J ;ct is the gen the Intuitive Insight Into ('barac'l I panled ,by, the tiniest flat slip" of bamboo \
papers end:! periodicals of' all sorts.r. ters and soc-lal conditions\ of
eral! improvement of St. Clotid. Variou and slniflk'H the case up' with the .
committees reported piogress;and l th- author has no pernoual! experience.; rest of the pack. Tho bird descends ,. '-
The "Old Maids' Convention," given "What does lieu know of dukes?" "
f and selects' ,
club voted to purchase the xmallld- 'u cane, and the stranger I ,
last Tlarsda ',' Friday and Saturday ing on New )york ave. formerly occupifrU asked homely old Isaac Disraeli. when opens It, to find the l Identical one containing -
local talent for the benefit of be beard the title of his son's latestiteyel. the bamboo.,
nights by .
F.
N. Bass for free
by a reading room of
t she Woman's Corps piano fund was a Trollop{ wrote Inimitably;! How can thin be accounted for? Thuonly
one'meir.be.: made a 1 I.beral contribution lied L '
I r fl. blsmws and dcnns when he never.been .
% magnificent success from start finish, possible' way of explaining- .". ,,.,.' \ ,
for this In this clean Ills' H. "
purpose. bright, /nXa cathedral close In. life. la \
that tho biimlHKj slip slightly scent-
rt' and was conceded to be the best show .... j
little structure a table and chairs will Yojjng Disraeli wrote .so well 'about ('d..I ]fdll1l1gp.. .. .."r.a .

of.,M.its kind ever given in St, Cloud be placed, 'with books, magazines and the great on>s_ of tboVarth whom ho .. ,';' J -S. '
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free for all contributed had never seenHhat We critics busied i
papers, by'any lj
Rough Piano.
t'r ,On Sunday, January 29, 'at G. A. R; themselves In /finding "fc )'s" to "VI- on the I' v "
'. who wish fo leave them there. This Once 1u the Company of President I '
hall at 3 o'clock p.m., the Rev. Wm. will make an agreeable place for peoph'who .Tten Grey" and "ThcSYpuYiK. Duke. Dlnz 1 spout a few nights In the MeiIcuu Fir1eTLittIe i'
C. Gray, bishop of the Southern Florida London Saturday Itevle N Colonizatirin
t wait for the trains or any who are earthquake zone as the guest of
Episcopal Diocese, and the Rev. Mr. looking for a quiet spot to' read and the governor of tho state. As a measure. ''
of the N A Touoh-of Family If. of precaution, the plaster ceilings ; .
lS, Kidd, pastor ; rjoossee Episcopal rest /
rI i Church, will conduct Episcopal When the country youtji proposed) to of our sleeping rooms uad been replaced
ry. the city"girl he reL'eln.tt t i. cone;- with strips of matched boardIng I I
t A,5X and attendance is i .
services, a goodly The I. O. 0. F. and Hebekah lodge tlonal assurance that she would be bis. ,...."1t.1l trembler should come In the! Proposition.

poped for.Eugene. of St. C'oud have been very fortunate 'sbter. It happened tbat this youth night, senor! remarked my U,st as he I I .

recently. The Rebekais gave a playat bad sisters at home and knew exactly was blddlqg uie good night, "wait for I
r Newell and R. M. Harris on his privileges. So bc..klssed.ber., At nothing, but make for the i
t G. A. R. hall entitled, "Female straight pa- Three Hundred and Ninety Acres splendid land,
p Friday last cruised to the opposite shpre Masonry" the second night this juncture she availed! herself of the tio. I think these boards will hold an- divided
of bringingout sisterly right to call out to ather tbat Andtllat I into Twenty-nine tracts of Ten Acres each. Good 'iI'' '
f, the lake in Mr Newell's launch and, attendance arid UI you get from tinder cover.
,, after about two hours' fishing, returned a large proving brother was teasing her. Father responded evening, when f took the gover Orange Land, and fine for Trucking. Large Grove on adjoining -
that the play was highly appreciated,: by
t _to St. Cloud with a string of twenty- the first night's audience. The play Then the In new good brother, mnscultr and,' slater earnest.rela- nor's wife out to"We dinner, she benighted had remarked I ( | )h re', let) > U' t trc : tilt trr !fit l Ctic'n clcteby.lonlwhich :
sadly are so
?. one largo bass and one large catfish. was interesting and amusing from startto tion was dissolved by mutual I consent. "here In the hot: lands. It Is Impossible ; : the owner has already sole! over $250 worth
*>' :' V The black bass were particularly fine finish and the cleared Judge.. ofLettuceand| is not half done '
specimens and the Wo young men rePOrt ;' *50 from the production. The lodges have my grand piano tuned than an' will p ant to other .crops as soon as this one is off
that the fish are plentiful and bit,444 were also fortunate in securing groundin Only That. earthquake comes along and tips it J 1
Ing freely a favorable location which to "I don't know wheth&/l ought to- over."-E. Alexander Powell. F. It. 0. This property can be had at a bargain. Is about
1-. '- - - upon recognize f him herein the city_or not.
? erect an I. O. O.F. and Rebekah Hall. Oar acquaintance at thYe1 seashore was 8.5In-Every:: body;>. joneihaltinilefjomrailwaystation, near hard Marl Road, _

.t i The Woman's Relief Corps yesterday While Senator W, H. Lynn, presidentof slight. and three-quarters of a mile from city limits of -Kissimmee.and .

i- received the new piano recently ordered' the Seminole Land and InvestmentCompany "You promised to marry him, didn't Origin of th.. Opor _I is a fineTHtle! "colonization deal for ahigh class of work, .
for its use, and ior which the OldMaids' Tbe opera, like-nearly everything
was in St. Cloud business. your"Yes.
on for want locate
of else Interesting In the world of tnlnd, many tQ near good town where school and
6.. Convention und other entertainments Mrs. G. W. Penn and Mrs. Edward but that was aIL"IxmlsrtUe
had Us origin 1n ancient Athens Tb.earlie church privileges are very desirable and good markets
Pi were given. The instrument waa Addia, officers of the Rebekah lodge, Oou rler-J oornal.
t librettos were by Sophoclw:
placed In G. A."R. hall and will 1 be used fully established d
i f called on Mr. Lynn and outlined their and Aeschylus: such as the "Abamem-
on all W. R. C. occasions. The corp.Phae'been plans. and desires to him in a business The tiny failure a man ought to fear non" and "Antigone." a band of flute We want to give you detail on this if interested, and

badly in need of a piano and' way for the purchase of grounds for !. failure In clearing: to the purpose be and lyVes constituting the orchestra you are able to swing the deal.
t it l I. to be congratulated upon its successful lodge purposes sees to be best.-George Eliot the dialogues being mustcalfy declaimed 'I I I fI

.. efferts to secure. .one. T waer'a LOB. I and the.choruses sung to the best fI I
T. mni-kj of the time, Thus do we have.
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At a regular meeting of St. Cloud "Hello, old chap greeted the crowd
r The new organization of L. L. Mitch Lodge, No. 66, I. O. O. F., last Tuesday at the club. "Back from :your banting the grm of opera.Excbange.all later developments In I .

w eU'Poet, No. 84. G. A. R., for the year evening, D. D. G. M. J. L. Dutton trip? "Bag anything the line of I --a

r 1911 is as follow.: Post commander, installed the officers of the lodge for "No, 'responded Chappy Badsbot I

3: F. Farris; senior vi e commander, the ensuing term, assisted by the follow- wearily. Enforcing with the the Rule.huge S '
"Well no wonderyou are a back ,The passenger sqnair b -
i k CA. Cook; junior vice cojnmanJer, ing staff : Grond Mars'.all I. N. Giffn number. The Idea of going. hunting package persisted In riding on tbe rear : :
Philip Mohn; post surgeon, C. S. ; .. (1i 1- -
Cooper Grand Warden J. F. Bullard Grand with a tailless pointer. platform of the car. .
; c'aplarn. L. Q. Bowers; officer of Secretary.R. W. Dimitt, Grand Treas- "Oh. don't blame poor Beppo! He "What have you got there?" demanded "

,03 the da; P. D. L. Purdy; Quartermaster urer F. B. Harvey, Grand Chaplain had a tall when be started"Omaha the conductor. I

t .Geei&o Penn; patrioticjnsijrjictori. o. llitle i an I.Ioner Guard 11. E. Hedrick. World-Herald. "It's a palatlng-ofStount VesuviusIf !
e e MeNew;. adjutann, E. G. Pierce; sere The following. ] officers were installed : The- MstFnoo -Girl.- ;you\thick you have to know," BaJrt.1 I .

geantmajor ,Jrir: Long; quartermaster past gTund.-erN; arker' vice The matinee girl existed as early:: as the passenger. .
; grand, "Well; you'll bale to take It to the Nelson
'; sergeant, G. W. Woodard. The new C. H. Will; recording secretary Carter the eighteenth century. In Japan girl* front platform" said the
were uly installeo! by Comrade Thompson; financial secretary; George in those days used to throw their "No smoking Is allowed back hee.ChleagoTrlbune. ."-. l

:* JV F.,DfGra past poet e jrnmanderofficers Penn; treasurer, B. F. Rails; R S. N. tau and purses at the feet of the \ i
'I on January < h. I 'leading man" be minced along / .
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G., W. F. McEndree; L. S. N. G., Company

&f __ Jesse Button; R. S. V. G., R.. E. Doug: the flower 'walk" to the stag Pic Exchange. of Courtesl. .

ra. a meeting of the- Societyof las; L. S. V. G.. E.:: H. Estee; 'warder.J. tares of these "heroes" were afc early "MornlA IU.P." ,

.New/Ytfk Veteran., at the\home\\ of I. Cummings; conductor, C. J. Bill- product'} of Japanese wood engraving, "(fora!.'. 0tH gge." Ova Chizcns .

iffjfti ,Co : Knapp Florida'avenue' ingslyj; R. S. S., R. V. Strong; L. S. S.. and tb /portraits were secret treasures "I hope :you're: enjoying good health.". Bank

-. ,on a7. January!' 16th, at 2'o'clock O S. Heckman; inside guard A. T. of jaany maidens. Ton don't suppose I could enjoy Kissimmee Florid
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There wore about All In the Family. poor health do 70U r'
thirty Cort outside
memben' ; guard, James Rails; chaplain ,
*' tile, and his and widow '"Ton could if yon were A new doe '
H son the
? present, representing nearly as .. J. G. Hill; trustee Edward Addis. Morninf." .
B tor In a strange community. ,
many dlft'.nt.N.w. York regiments.Some'of iglewood and her daughter are go- ,
>*hr5rtW-' ? ;* the. comrade* brought their Old papers can be bought at tale office to form a community'of Interest" "Ho'nln'chJcaco/: Hj Tribune.aesponstpflltj \
'? I at 20 cents per h Dtlred. They am' "'IIo'W.o 1" i"
ri |L wivs., and all seemed to them
enjoy .
t' t _. the very thing, you need to- put under "Blflley marries the widow, and his walks hand in hand
..i_*..%jhq. i; ',selves! ] to;the.IIrnlt. A* *lOlut1on-w..' '' .
. .70U1' matC'flR. son marries the 4..lIter.-<:JenlaDCIDeIt1el'l with capacity. and pow.r.tcomb. -Timothy
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. Voters of Osceola principal streets are oared with marl, Tim: BEST' EVERWill (11
10 the County:
which makes. them aa fine to ride 0\er 1
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as asphalt.

:;'L J. The Senatorial Election held January 10th was .not final. tfo Everyone in'Kissimmee' is, a booster, I, .Be' the ,Orange County' fair On E
1T"E'LAWiTRJF"
:.' ,..1 candidate.reCelved.a: majority of the vot 's. A 'second Prim tY 'is .necessaryi is and fenly.the.way\ limited houses by the lack are of springing carpente up a February 71.1. ]

: Under.the .law the low man drops out of ,the contest.. The' to do( tlfe. work,. The"hotel are all A* the Limy! for the Orange! County,
crowded from cellar to garret, and the Pair-February 7-11-approaches, the
BTwYAit W '''A :
?'' '; secQnd race,- therefore, will be betvteen !NATHAN' f.; 'and ; .
:
I Way that" Northern"men from New directors are .making1 .a very .careful <
,: ;: .' Blount. This second Primary will' \ be., d"onTu'esday; ,January, :' 3l6t.. Ii York to Seattle' Wash., and even from .canvas o/ the situation. t THE U NCH. L I N D A CAPt ,WELCH

'1911. .'Payrnentof,RollTaxfor 19JO i isnot"necessary to qualify to California are' coming In and making' -The exhibit already secured of cures 1 I( "

.1\ their homes in this vicinity is something fruits, farm products and the productsof Leaves City Dock a'Uyat 8:30-a. m., and 2:00: p.; m. ,.
Sa. ycfte in this election. *I. ," I Ii wonderful vegetable farmers will be larger Returns, at-I 1:30: a. m. !and 5.OO; p. m .- n ,,t
"' '......... and'better : .
10th. At that time the than any fair.ever held. in '
i A very light: was polled on January -. -FORKissimmee '
. LIST OF BOOKS Florida. .
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11 combined vole of BRYAN!' and Stockton led Blount by 2839. Stockton' The exhibits of cattle, horses' bogs, ,

of tho .a who -. ----- and poultry are l laYfje./ The arts and !' ;
is now suprortingqYAI'I.. It is thought large majority "A
') Which Have Been Donated to the crafts will have a fine display while i i 1 Park.HUNTING k 1

...> ted for Stockton before will also support-BRYAirnow. We confident,* ;' Kissimmee Library, the educational interests will not be ; I4iii4d 1

ly expect the second Primary to result like the second race of Napo- neglected, but will take front rank. I ,
216 volumes( from library.-Point, Nar- 7 -
For entertainment these will be
' )leon-B'Broward, 'did, in a.larie.majority and enthusiastic vote for. the coossee, Mrs. E. Nelson Fell.' spurts-base ball, polo and track events Yieshaa..asitaiiWi.a4liaiW...............;.- K

man closest'to the people-who 'in this instance is NATHAN ... BR\AN. Bullook.The Gadfly, The Prospector; ,...Mrs? Fifteen great shows, including a wild. i HaveYou Selected Your Xmas Presents? f

west animal show, will Interest all look- ,
We call upon the friends of NATHAN P. inn"AN to go to the polls Dorothy; Vernon, Children of. The Ing for excitement. *" f 1

yourself, see that your friends go, ask them to vote for an Osceola K:ng, Mrs W: S. C .rr. For free attractions, there will be a, i Don't fail ta sea the assortmenllat Klsslmmea :
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T Governors, Inez Half] a Chance,
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County boy !NATHAN" p. BRYAN and thus help to elect as United Mr?. C. A. Carson. -. balloon chute drop.ascension. daily,W\th...double par. .. Drug Co., before purchasing.. '

States Senator one of us, who will be an honor to the.St, tQ of Florida How Great Men Succeed, Mrs. Dr._ Nick Carter, holding the world's ; THEY Iit ,VE WHAT YOU WANT. .1 ,
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Remember the date Tuesday, January 31st, 1911. Smith : record as a high fiver, will jump 110 "
: The Four Million, Vemer Ellis. ******** ,
feet. ... -
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54-40 or Fight, Four_Little Mischiefs, i ,
Very Respectfully Hurricane the fastest trotting ostrich .
Mrs. Katz. in the world: has been secured, Cissimmee .
The Casting Away of Mrs. Leeks and I and will give exhibition once daily; : Drug Co J;
; P A. Vans Agnew M. Katz W. B. Harris Mr. Aleshine. Looking Backward
I This bird has been driven in harness allover :
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I 2000-1887, Mrs. Murphy.. M 1thlM# *FAdMAb+MF/11,11AI1t .t.+R1M 1RtM/MtFAM.anMRMf l1
\ W, B. Makinson W. C. Bass. Akies Bass Monsieur Beaucaire, Miss Moon. ( the United States tie never dis -- "
f He is not "-
Church and Sunday School Influence, appoints. an ej perKnent.Kach MN\N\\\\\N\\\\N\N\\N\N\\N\N.N\NN.\\N\.N\\.eNa\N\NN\eY. . . . . . . . . . . i
J. W. Miller C. Buckles E. L. Lesley day there will be harnes aces, .
Idle Thoughts (of An Idle Fellow, Mrs.
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in which high class and speedy horses

: W. S. Harwell Lewis Johnson R. C. Partin Moon.Lazarre, Mrs. Norton. have been entered. The association is i I .THIS BANK MAKES A SPECIALTYof : I iv'

It/ J. F. O'Berry C. A. Carson John M. Lee An Angel by Brevet, Mrs. Oliver. a-member Association of, which the American insures just Trotting treats Establishing Banking Relations + '

The Incubator Baby, Macluse Step!:.. all. I NEW COMERS TO
ment to
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N. F. Bass J. S. Stratton H C. Stanford ens. wtlh'I'I
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)I The fair is not conducted as a moneymaking -
The Cheerful Smugglers, The Voice
scheme, but is for the benefit Bankln-; :
N. C. information 1
S L. Lupfer Rull Bass Bryan of The People, The Tragedies of Will- Any regarding ,
iam Shakespeare, Mrs. B. Stephens. Orange county, and supported by the = country will be cheerfully given, and your business with l t
C F. Prevatt N. B. Carson G F. Parker Susan, Mrs. Clay Johnson. county and its citizens. us will be strictly confidential I ,
I Remember the date, February 7-11. _
C. W. Dann E. R. BassPERPETUAL Bed Cloud of The Lakes, Mrs. I. M. :.. I .
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R. T: ButlerS Wilson. Burled;:! liv.-

J. Triplett Jesus of Nazareth Passes By, Black] .* In the early history; of Japan it was I Citizens Bank of Kissimmee I
Beauty, Mrs. Aultman. decidedly a dubious honor to be closely ( I .

I Ole Mistm, Miss Aultman. related to any person of note( for : AUTHVB B DONCOAM H M PFANNVIcePrMidant W. H Noss'ox
fish we
It ; SUMMER, After breakfast we were conducted out i Blumerhasset, Miss Bryan. that when a person (of rank or Importance S....m<..n............................................\.....\................\............\.... ,
I The Man Without Country, Irving'sAlhambra .
i died all the Immediate relatives. H
over the islands of the Florida Drained -- - -- VV- -- +
I i Miss Leitner. must be burled alive In a perpendicular =
Land Company's tract of land which
I Aliens or Americans, Mrs. Thomas. position around the personage's
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Is What Mr. J. 1 J. Hall Calls Our comprises some of the most fertile land Ninety"Three, Mrs. La Rue grave. Their heads were left above
the land had beeh selected II
in state. This W. H.
ARNOLD
Morning, Mrs. Blanchard. the earth, and thus they remained USal 1 1U
Climate in a Letter to the Mt. in 1879 by the late Hamilton Diaston( John Dorn. Promoter, Mrs L M. welcome death eagle to tree them. ;

Vernon (Ohio) Banner. (the great saw man) who after a thor Hicks- *. .t- . Contractor and Builder .
ough inspection of the whole state by
The Man From Glengarry, Mrs. Throw M the Line.Give < ....
his of \d land st
party engineers a experts, Bolce. KLANANO. fiOT/MATt. ...U..NI..O f
Kissimmee, Fla., Jan. 14.' 1'Hl.! decided it to he tHl best of all. He expended 53: volumes History Nations of the ON A.'c'Tltb-.q:
five hundred thousand do:laps in
Editor of MtVernon Banner: i World 10 volumes The World's Famous the Kidneys Help and Many
Thinking our friends in Mt. Vernon i draining this land, which is in perfect I Klssirarace Will I guarantee work, when t
Orations, Dr. Winn People my .completed! to be
'I condition for the .
homeneekers. While
might be interested in our. recent trip I 17 volumes Dickens' works 32 Volumes Be Happier just as contracted for ,
and tour of Florida, 1 begin by stating the country all around this tract has Fmoimore! Cooper's work, Dr: I. I
been settling this land has been : P. O Boa 697 IRaldcnc.. Upper Bruld.ayKISSIMMEE
I Air party was composed\ forty-three v up. Enmu -\ "Throw Out the Life Line"-
Pittcljurff, ': held !back from settlement bj disagreement FtQjIPA
between
f* 'pie, made up I Citrus Culture- for I P\ ofit. The kidneys need help.
Some between the bears, who have br
Ohio. were
Fa. and Columbus |I :They are overworked-can't get' the
biimiu-s men, others professional. and j, lately been brought: together and this I On our desk lies an attractive little \poison filtered out of the blood.

some were farmers, a few being accom- land offered 'or sale. Everyone. in our I cloth-bound volume with the above title. They are getting worse very minute.

panied by their wives. All were "seeking party watt delighted with the prospectsfor It is dlxSt; inches-in size and has 84 Witl you help them ? ........................
homes in the Southland, where the this section; it being: located on the )pages filled with sound common sense, Poan'a Kidney Pills have broqght .Z

skied seem bluer, the vegetation more Atlantic Coast Line Railroad, and! lying with tinted illustrations intervening. thousands of kidney sufferers back from EMIL MAOH ERNEST ., 1,
.beautiJliI 1 and the breezes more( gentle' between Kisaimmee and St. Cloud, two Citrus culture to'make money is takenup the verge of despair. Co,; +

than in Ohio; where one can en joy the of the most rapidly. growing cities in from the selection and preparationof ( Will cure any form of kidney trouble. r\M: rk.vjciL.. ZBIE OS- "t

winter .'through in a climate just like the United States; today, Our party I Jan on through a description ,of va Mrs. R. L, Seaver, Kissimmee, Fla., ,

June In the Buckeye State > bought, in the aggregate, one hundred rieties, setting of '''trees, ,, cultivation), says: "My back ached :constantly! and feed'aiidSaletStable 'TI
I... Leaving Cincinnati Tuesday+ evening and fifty ten-acre tracts of this land. I fertilization, picking;. packing and shipping made' me miserable.! o' Every time 1 I t \yery, : -

'. "at SilS: p. m.?; on the magnificent train. Here I must state something in regard I with charts for proper,,packing.? stooped or attemped to lift my suffering Agt. International ; : u
: Co. '
The South Atlantic.Limited. over the to St. Cloud, a town( which has i Then the troubles that may occur in a was increased. I could not rest Harvesting : :

L. &. N railroad, and after a good grown from nothing but a surveyor's !i I grove are treated in alphabetical arrangement well and mornings felt weary and lan : : .. ICZfcTIDS :2EAVY: F3AL7l'.ISYGF. : >IA.t.t. eel
night's Bleep. in the tourist c ir, we woke tent fifteen months ago to five'thous- These articles are a happy guid. I finally learned of the effectiveness J

up to see the large and progressively and people todjiy. All members of the I combination of the latest sclenting of Doan's Kidney Pills in such : Everything and first class. W&:render promptland w

of Atlanta, the gateway the South j.( A. R. know about the marvelous knowledge and practical experience by cases and procured a box from the Kis- satisfactory service'day or night 0 \, /.. yS
Not the city which was burred by Gen. growth of this town, it being settled those who know what tw'tlo and how( :. to simmee DrugCo. They gave me prompt .

Sherman on his famous marsh to the and composed mostly of old soldiers( I do it, written with -a view to conquWing relief and in II short time entirly removed ONE'HALF BLOCK FROM PASSENGER DEPO: J .. tt

sea, but the new city which has been and their families, who, desiring to 1 the trouW<"In the grove and not atlig the backache and kidney weakness : Kissimmee Fla. Phone 113
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built where the qld Atlanta used to be. I build their homes in a more favored( :U8Bionof i minute details. In fact, .

Jt pub.*one in mind of I'lttsbiirg, but' i clime away from the ice and snow of!I1 there seems to be not a spare word For sale by all-dealers. Price 50 cts. ...................... ... t .,w

I 'without the smoke of the smoky city,,' the" Northern winters, and where they from qover; to cover, although the ideas Foster-Milburn( Co., Buffalo, N.Y., sole

.and the cleanest streetalfiver-law. could enjoy the whole year in the open are stated clearly and concisely. 'It la agents for the United States.

Everything all business is moving I air in their gardens, amid the flowers written for citrus growers, but growers Remember the name Doan's-an< 1 .
rapidly, and even a Chicago man would and the growing vegetation. Here on of every Florida product should r read take no other. / >
have to hustle to.aid' being run over the southern shore of East Lake Tohc- the excellent articles on: genera plant ,/ l .' '
,at the viaduct on Peachtree street. pekaliga, nine miles east OTl< life, soil conditions and actionJof the -- - / Jr : Oseeoi Liimbe4'Coh1ny
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the they are settling in large different fertilizer materials. ;
Leaving Atlanta in evening, we I Th x_
awoke the next morning in Jacksonville Every train from the North ioeim'mee'j will find them most valuable, while the The New.- Orleans Tea and

_. where we seethe, first glimpse of I-new.comrades<<; .!ndthei ,! .manner: of' expression throughout.the I ,- _.
the sun rising through the palms, and the Northern Stater. and book holds the attention (of the reader.It / Coffee'! Store 1

where. the air is balmy and all nature lighted with the beautiful is an interesting and instructive pub? l

seems like spring. Here we visited prospects for the future. Here I met lication, issued! afethe nominal price orCO Next door to Fraternity Hall, : --DEALBPS IN- --A
the oetrich farm and saw the daily exhiblHon I Dr. G. H. Heard and wife, who are lo- cent for c/bth/ ound and 25 cent sells the highest grade of coffees)
and races with these hugh icated on Pennsylvania avenue for the for paper coder, by the wellknown'Wilson i'I and teas at the lowest rice.It') and Dressed r
carries a different grade of cqftee Rough Lumber't' 4
birds. No one should visit Jacksonville I winter.. They are delighted with the & Toomer Fertilizer Co., Jacksonville from any other store in the city, and
and fail to see these large birds hitched climate and the associations there Fla,; 5-lt I all who have tried it declare it to tie o ,
the comrades and their families the best they ever tasted. \ M
and driven also ridden by men at among Or. Syntax. WINDOWS DOORS

.greater.speed than a horse can travel (of.the G. A. R. After a pleasant after On the English coast, at Land's End \KISSIMMEE, FLORIDABASS ,

Next we visited the alligator farm, noon spent with them, visiting the", lake there stands curiously\ formed bowl. I SHINGLES, LATH BRICK, LIME lit
where, you can see alligators in all and other places of interest. I returnedto der with a profile resembling that of

Stages of growth, from 4 inches in Kissimmee. Upon our return to the a human face. It Is supposed that once -j : ';" I : I .
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length to 14 feet. Here you can buy latter city. Mr. Paynter and myself the rocky head was held proudly erect \ NOVELTY \NORK'S' "'

them in any size\ to send to your friendsin I went out to see Mr. Jones( and Mr. and could look ont over the blue sea, INV. b. h. dl

the North. Then we went to the Stute and their families, who( together bn during some period of disturbancethe GENERAL BUILDING' MATERIAL* ":
docks whore the great cargoes of I with Mr. Clay, also from Mt. Vernon( huge bowlder was thrown forward, \ Wholesale and Retail l \ >fl, "

oranges and other fruits are being have made their homes here. They so that now the forehead( of the man ? Dealer ir. 'II d '"
handled for shipment to the North. were surprised and pleased to see us, rests against a neighboring] rock. All (. -.I j Free Delivery to/All/ Parts of Qty.Ii'> ,:
VV
This city located on the beautiful St. and told us they were all delightedwith I these ragged and massive pieces bordering Fresh Beef Pork and I ,
Johns River, ene of the few rivers of their new homes here la Florida. the coast are flne\\granite. Locally t pf
the curious bowlder...known I
aa ,
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They are nOw ,
the world that flows to the North. planting out their spring '
We leave this rapidly growing city in I gardens, after just harvestingthelr; Dr. Syntax.: : Mutton xl

the evening for Klsaimmee, Fla., b locate fall crops. They plant in Septemberfor The Advantages.The ....N\NNN\\\\N\N\N\\\MNN\\\\\N, u---- "__ t i
l 165 miles south, where we arrived crop in December. and then immediately PHONE 4-1,. I 1
after plant another ample capital of this bank; its __ WHAT IT MEANS 1 Ia
the dext morning. It Is a wonderful crop to be
. little?( city, and at the rate it is now : harvested in March and April. Then financial position In the business world; i "aDT'PI... do not know what Bank Capital |.for. or tk. dit( .r__be- '
its established reputation \for clean, '.eeD a b ak at lithe or no capital and ore wilh a tarp eapllal. I
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growing, every one believes It will bet they plant again for. their summer c \oP. conservative A BANK'8 CAPITAL AND SURPLUS I
banking methods its mod
,"largest inland city in Florida in twoyear. :Thus they raise from three to four crops em equipment for the protection; of S.Ii.BUROCKREAL U tfc,*rand that prot6u thd..poaltora from lose, iher.for fttp| larf.r It Is u..., '
time. It is located Lake i a year Oft one piece of ground while in, Sresetprot.otloaYh.deposltor.baa .Tbl bank tu a ( ,
on the North only ; 1' depositors money; its resources, organization Capital of ....... .. ........ ........ ..,........... no "
Tohopekaliga, a beautiful lake, from I one. and outside earplug land crr. .. .. ............. ... ... W.WO M>. I
two to three miles in width and ; Kissimmee ii a progressive little oonnectio which ESTATE Stockholders' ...... ..... . ...... 60.008 eo ,\ ,. .-
twenty
very enable it to be of very material I service ..................... I liabiiiiy'.r : ...
miles long. One can go by water from city, owning their own water worlui to its customers its facilities'' A total of. ........... . .. tit)loo M e ; :httThls ?
with fine \; for the INS'URANCEExamination thai w.moat ....114,000.00 bdor..er depositors .oaie .... a !a'e.nt
here to Tampa by wpTOf Lake Okee- artesian water, also their own prompt aDd ac utaU transaction of \ T a .-.\ Is for TOU / c t
chobee and Ft. Myers*, if he so desires: electric light plant, which mad. a profit' financial affairs entrusted to its career. I f

Here we took the ,boat at sunrise for of Ji.000 lut year after furnishing all :advantages worthy-: consideration by STATE BANK OF KISSIMMEE,
Fowler Park:, located three mile. acrosshelake the lights for the city free. They of Titles' a .. '
' where. had breakfast 1 pride themselves. their fine those just starting a bank account* as 'T KI.UM... ins-o. ..DA.' ..r"Co ,r 'r raj
Khools.wbtcb
.\ { we at on well aa by those who Wish to form ( +
Ii $hrhot' .! there, and were treated; t to the II II' cannot bf excelled,, by any town I Dew banking' connection the, coming Specialty., JL. CARSON P": '" JOHN Yle.h.ald.e M. UB g .. CA2SOIF Co>,tlaf 1", 1 .4' C ,>r

,J,1 ;I'.' finest_. .. meal of "/rait., wild, cam. and of.its. .i.. in the .United State*. ;The{ I year. State Bank of Kiaslmmee, Corresoondtnce! Solicited. \ 'Of: ', I i'A yoyx
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lakes in Florida, somewhat cappy during ,- ; -- --- "M
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:a r: STATE: COLLEGE CHOLERA ) 0.. -- -- ;

': .. ., severe' winds, but smooth and gentle 'HOG W. G 'HANK'INS 1 ., .,
during calm. Taking all things into *. !
-' for \ in Tallahassee Is .a consideration the Inhabitants oj fiimmpnsville 'I" !r ..
Women NOTICE i
;i' w Broker and Manufacturer's' v PUBLIC ; .
Credit South.' \ ! have as many advantages as Press Bulletin 163. University of Florida' : . .
to the.. I ': :
inland Jf
'" 88' can u uali.be.! found 'at an Agricultfiral-! ,Experiment: Station. .v Agent ., .. 'l . , '. '
Tallahassee, Fla.: J....- o.) 19"ti. village '
---- K} slmrne, Florida, When,wishing to boy your:"little gifts why not:look gver'"
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Editor Kissimmee Valley GajettDear Tracy borough when last heard from the obstacle that --- .. I .
r Perhaps greatest '
11'7 I am'".going. to try.to, gl waj'movingon in thai .ven. tenor_of its hog raisers in-'r'lori
you some,' account of life at Th
;College for Women} for I know that by tmH? << lies and beaux on moonlight: cholera. A coimervjitiy*estimate places Computing Scales and OfficeFlung I (

you are interested in us and want to nights 'miil armerville is still on,the the direct loss from hog cholera throughout '" d'I

know what, we are doing.. aide, ,of progrefciv. The con ervatiye Florida for 1910 at a quarter of"a .. evlces: ;I Ye GIFT SHO I..:,I

The: first\ semester\ which ends Jan. gobbler is'beoominglKjittle i mOM mor- million dollar Furthermore, this' SPyiH AGENT FORLewis 1 } ,f
..,. 2 1911.))4118 of unusual interest monistic his views ara3"-H rears be <
,_ % L b.een: one. : in disease1 is i responsible) to a large extent Upctiurch Co. \.
and since the holidays have ended of the opinion that two wive re .better for the inferior hogs that are found so i (Something Different) ;
. we have started back, to school with than one, he "is somewhat dl 1'(1 generally !in the state Many farmers Wholesale Grocers Hay and Grain I i

new energy. in hm opinion of'the political aspirutit would otherwise have purchased and Orange ?l aod..eatrvcfirs, C'irveil Cocoanntl
10
_'-.----,--The..new_ _.semester. !., opens Jan.I :31, for senatorial honors lun'has discovered 1 imp vea stock to build up their herds, KINGAN & CO., Packing House Products i Heads Inn, Jolaccv Jars Palmetto H'ood Novelties,

+I + 1911. It will be closely followed by the Blat>otli. name M commence with B, and I have he alt.jiidm; moat cases have _.. AtellutlMr ATM Mw, lollcltvJTAILORING --.-_. Tarpon-'Fishtnle'.Xvielties' rUHqalor. '
sprlngr ie'rm for teach(>r,. All girls: that each has the same number of letters of the dan- jI
chosen nOt tovdcrso because ,
4 I 'Goods, Beads SoraenirI'd..<; an(1looks.. X-jrfas :
,,' ,. Wishing to takv'the normal course mijy: in their names and fowjdom will Kr of InK from, hog cholera Since -- 1 ,
do so. Another special thing of interest have to solve the problem before-he I the greater part 0 \ lorida is4 withouta Cards, Nrlisl's.1lalerials, J3ox Paints ajttt

l ia the legislature, which m in seA- C111: determine which to /gobble for. well.defined stock lax. the average' \lalwncr\', Dared Painted 2'icfi/tes In/ fall aid-

sion during the months of April and Mr.' Forest Hart pamw-tl, through( our +.farmer 1$ powerless:! to !keeji his here lies of every description s ,
May, and it is beneficial as well as a villa this morning on hIs way home free from such an infectbus! divaae I as ;'

pleasure to go and listen to some of the from 'a month's hunting and trapping I' hog cholera .

proceedings. trap:| hIs budget consisted of nine otter All the animals may not show lIimHasymptJm Is a art few achieve, but i I Best Selection of Mechanical Toys. in Town
v This is not an expensive college as and u' number of other, hides, among whet affected with hog cholera '

t .. compared with the 'benefits\ derived which wore eleven cocn I hides and two but generally speaking the follow, "MDERSON & BYNLMNlARLINflTON j i

; have stu- deer. .
from We large ,
it. a
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__ _ _ _ i ing( are typical symptoms: .
"The Worfti"jUARANCE
Brd Gets the
to be AVE. I Early $
dent body and it i is improving
Bird and the Man.A The hog is sluggish; has little appetite .
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associated with other girl desire drink much water Excel AIIOttirs in KissimmmeeAlHodotV .
country stable keeper\ was driving ; u to ; .
Hall is I, with all mod-
Bryan
beautiful a snlosmnn from one town to another some diarrhoea; inflamed eyes, with a BEST j '
ern conveniences andN verything: I8 when In passing through a wooded< rfticky discharge>\ often gluing] the eyelid I 0.. -- ..0

f done to make the girls comfortable] section., tIle salosmnn] seize: the lines } together{; usualy 8 hackigouRh 1 ; Cleaning, Dyeing; fairing j

East Hart Is another dormitory- for the and brought the horse to a haltVbnt a weak, uncertain .x ilk ; Iin I red blotches: .

.g' .. girls and last is the beautiful Administration "\ Is that noise?" he queried lie; which afterwards turn' purple over' the .

** building, which IS the finesbxm toning! to u- eoullnr> sound coming bodj Usually the hogs live only from SHOE SALE
Florida. The state has just recently-
",from the woods. :1 to. 10 days after the first sign of; BargainIn -
built it for UB, and we are 'very proudof ,-Tblll? Ob. that's a partridge drum- dmease Few recover, and. the recovery :

it.Many mI1h replied the driver II in such cases is slow, while frequently STILL CONTINUES

pleasant afternoons can be """&11." mused the salesman letting the hair comes off( and!"ulcers all kinds of Real Estate. I
spent on the tennis court or basket ball go tbcijnes, "I hope lie'a had better
appear on the body.It Fire and Life Insurance and large shipmentof
luck than I have today." Boston I
finished.The -
field after all the lessons are
those Armour's NEW GOODS from the North.
Herald. is the general opinion among Fertilizers. Renting 1
advantages in music, art and ex- who have had most experience with and Collecting Rents a' Come and investigate
pression are very good l. for we have Paper Money In Mexico. I
medicinesare
this disease, that ordinary Specialty. Taxes paid lOr
that could be found In Mexico iniil other Latin American
the best teachers
of little or no value in curing it, Non-residents. '
anywhere. countries t there is uo law against the L. M. WHIDDEN & COMPANY
7 and that the only treatment that has
We extend an invitation) to all interested reproduction of t the paper money of the treatment R. O. MEEK :
the country for use as advertising but been effectual is serum
studenU to and join UK
) come in the Unlle! l States thU la a felony, prescribed! by the Bureau ;of Animal Fla.

I Yours truly Mary, Lester.K and any OUC 80 doing would be prosecuted II Industry, Washington. I D. C. To describe Kissimmee, I 7.&.
under the laws of the- land for in detail the method of obtainingthe
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r- counterfeiting tHe national currency' Strum and the precautions that ," 1 J

In Mexico linltutlgn tills can be ,Bl'eu must he observed in its manufacture,
SIMMONSVILLEInteresting at all times used for advertising pur j would require too much space His, GUY PLATT JOHNSON Will You Let 20 Cents a Day Stand
,
pQlle.nd! strange to say, they de '
state" that the
celre no <>Tie, and the users of them \tov .however, sufficient to Ni. e Huns Bids lakeland Ra Between You and a Home?
Letter from Our Regular .11Htt1ufa'luJ'f Jlorum.must be under i
i not Intend any deceit, though It would /
Corespondent. seem to be an easy matter to pan ,the control of a competent veUr- t YCU CAN BUY

prp\pnt ; them.on unlettered, persons. Can Itbe inarian. It must be produced\ under1 ARCHITEC ) A $::1..000 TO $2.000 HOME: :: :
Rex m it detained by business that Mexloiina: are'more intelligent sanitary conditions and then judjcipOs-

engagements, and has become or sjrnply that few of the Illiterate ly distributed In order. that laXwght Designs (for All Classes ot Buildings i Only 5 Per Cent Simple Interest

fully convinced since such detention :yet Rain jiosHoslou of paper money? be accessible I( to every farmejx'H would ,

tb! that this ia dIe busiest little villa of its :Argonaut:: .iOrigin bi necessary to have an establishment RESIDENCE WORK A SPECIALTY Return the iirmculiil at the rate of '7.50 per month on the $1, r- -- TEN AND A HALF/ PEARS to bark the loan Can
you pay
dimensions in South Florida. Eating, of Mythology. in the state for" the omnufacture of .
pay off the loan as soon as you lil<.',Stopping' { further Int<-r"8t.
drinking and viewing the country to his Myths are tile reoult of the natural serum. Such an ejjW Hshment, eon- Our plan will help, von to pap off that, Mortgage or Buy or Build
complete satisfaction ia an occupation\ and"unco'uqUt.'rn ble desire on uinn'a ducted l by the .stajXaUthoritics. would 87-3mpdmo) I a Home Why Pay /Kent' Write us.for Nti'"rature explaining our
t which may partake of monotocism un- part to know the "reason wby" of enable the farm/to to hectiKe the serum proposition in detail. 1sSTA

der ordinary circumstance but when hlugs In the early stages of humanocleLy for the smallest of about two cents T D.A.eD :HOME: :: : COMPANY:: : : :
C. W. GriffinFANCY
this Instinct was na strong as
the scene is varied by the magnificence per cubic /entimeter. At this price it 'Cuijry; HuiUlmgr Tampa, Flunda
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It; l Is today, and! when la that faraway I ,
- 1s of golden fruit products of the fine time man bad his attention called will cot /2t:!II cents to immunize a suck-

; orange groves in this community; to any phenomenon which had to him ling txg' and 40 to 40!> cents for a mature Groceries

monotony ceases, and the varied hues DO obvious! reason or explanation he h ** IAMILYFRl
.- of this delicious fruit produce a variety nvented and told a'story to accountfor The economy of this treatrpent wall

"worthyour contemplation. It. 'In sucfc! way -all mythology baIts be appreciated when it is understood -AND- -,- I

,fly sr.'Ne srs" Platt and Macfarlane, accom-. : lilrih. troJII'tbe crudest! storlcs of that one treatment at the suckling age :SH MEATS
.. two teams loaded with buti-- the lowest rare to tbo splendor mythology I .
Slpanied by will be, sufficient for hogs that are togo ,
r, ',i> and followed\ number of dogs i, of Greece and Rom4.-New -
p ten by a / on tithe general market. For hogs '
passed through our streets during the I York Amerlr'an. S .-.. that e e to be kept for'breeding pur- Delivery Every Dajhit 'A'v'; Hour .

f part week after a visit to odr( extensive Wlf.ly Optimum. additional treatment may be Patronage Solicit! '
t Husband-When I > e all these bills poses
deer turkey and bird 'ranges.jMessrs. 1; am tired of HffyXbo you ,think the necessary especially if hog cholera North Kissimmee Phone Noy I Prize Offers from Leading Manufacturers j r

O'Berry, Stratum, Crawfordand time will ever come when wit shall be happens to break out in the herd, or
another gentleman whose name we out of debt? XWlfe (cheerfully)-Why 'If it is prevalent in the community.The Book on patents. "Hints to Inventors." 'Inventions needed." J

-'did not learn were visitors at the Sim not. darling? You kaow t you are value of hog-cholera serum has Sprigg Flemirigi "Why some Inventors fail." Send rough ketch or model .for ,

mons' domicile on Thursday the 19th carryln -'&'n exceptionally I Iffge life Inca been demonstrated rise many instances search of ,Patent Office records Our Mr. Oreeley was formerly. :'

inst.Bob W* that we feel] warranted it stati g that CLEANING Aging Commissioner of Patents and as such had full charge of .J

and'Samp89n Savage departedfor ff the serum treatment" be rpfied upon the U. S,., Patent Office. ,
their home. Friday and the Bungalow for Sa! PRESSING
and
on as a preventive against( enolera, "d
gentlemun himself accompanied by A brand new four rooin bungalow, that it ia efficient ofrT every standpoint DYEING

',1+ '... daughter Laura left for Cocoa/the deep well splendid wate large lot, -therefore recommend its REPAIRINGHT o GREELEY&MclNTIRE5SrtlNGTON : ,

former returning on SaturdaxXnd the for sale; spot cash 8800.0tf general use to the farmers ol our state. >
tab's ,+ latter Is spending a few days with her C. A. CARSON. Florida should have Pn appropriation word at my house and clotbcl 0 o
\\ D. C.
will be called lor and returned. ,
_4 sister; who resides at Oiafplace. rem... k _Jegiala ':re pf notjess than 0 o
""::4'1t? a Mr. Lewis Shiver .paid us a short Florida Maps. ( .OOO. to furnish the'i necessary plant Satisfaction Guaranteec t
"F visit on Thursday nd Arthur's young the needed No. l-10t :
and equipment to supply
Upon receipt, f 26 cents at the Valley t
t ladies are'f request visitors. Gazette office at 1 pocket map of Florida serum' to the farmer W the state .. "
Our dete> on at this pointjgojild ,
et
i will be mailed, to any address in the Sucha plant once establi hed and well \
under ordinary circumstances; be ex- under would be made nearly self- I
United States. //We can also furnish way .
N }.:Ceedmgly tedious but,vsrlety, which is )
whom
( maps of Osceola county at (1 each, and sustaining by charging: those t6
declared to be the spice of life, accom- the is supplied with the cost of ,... '
.. will\ be glad: to e timat, on sectional)maps vaccine - _.- ' --- :
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iY pled by good living and unbounded, of kind.I l] prroduction and no more. -- -- ;

h ''hospitality,extended by both boat and any -= :.b. =_=-= "
., nostess. renders our* stay here both The Osceola Hardware
pleasant and agreeable. WHAT IT COSTS :I.... cO.AI..L'tS'J:: : :'E.e:: Company N ;i

9.1. Farming has commenced In earnest

;,;, ', -and the way the bosom of our good old :IKiQBimmee'sWell :: : has, in' its ,employ a first-class, up- / '\

"e mother earth I.. being beaten by the To Live. in Kissimmee and Wages ODxlllerIB : :" .

fail- .*.." mule hoof and furrowed by the.sharp-. Usually Paid. prepared to drill _I/ to-date plumber and are prepared

'x pointed plow Is a caution. \. The following table of prices is as

0, l t CX's hunters paradise is nexT near accurate as !it is possible to obtain ARTE A/WELLS to furnish estimates on all kindsof ,
:
c istence within our' boundaries and our and is published-for the Information of .

e; .. ..te'oplnlon.etnntoth.publie IsAthat those contemplating moving to this city: !in any Action of Florida. .

R -" our services will be called for ere many Flour., [ ....:east! to MoM per bM ; PLUMBING, PIPE.FI'l'TING.
moons. Reports from Whittier ai\\ of Smoked ft_. _, lJ to HO.oenta per 15H years of successful WellDrilling .
s I'rr Belt Heoon to 10 eenu per Ib is l Guarantee of '
;)" ---a nature to cause us to believe that the Bevne I II.lmm I . . a1!< to 7W' vu" per Ib ', a my .ETCISATH' ...,
I . 7 Ability- producethe best .- ,
Been HJ n seta per Ibi -- \ ; .
2 + e old story has been repeated in that Kice .. to BeenU perlb results. -
community. O. I. C. once Informed Sweet PotatoeeIrUh BO to 75/ eehte per buehe'y I I4l
i Pou toeto SI to II S6 per bulb
4 i me who the belle of Whittier.wae. ando K mh I.lnh .Ii to 1:1e: Ib TWO AND FOUR INCH / ROOM AND' TOILET I I
Salt a to lbGrits'
If that lat'y don't change her M4clcatei .. i r l
.. young" : w. r-.r-.7 ape lb WELLS A SP C ALTYI .
3b name before the opportunity occurs,\we Meal . perlb /
}Fresh Hoof 12' to J fie per Ib FIXTURES A SPECIALTY. *;
may expose the secret 'rah Pork 1" Ou.i.I:1fDriod :: : lIh I P. O. Boa; 344,/
urar J>
This distance from this berg to i af Prunes 8 to lOa Ib
I per .
f I. about twentymiles fifteen by waUr Drill PeMhH .. 10 to l-'Heprr Ib 2ClsslinnQ.eeA. :: : Florida I t
> d ""pp''". IC to !I.!>*!per lbL.rd All Fixtures and Work
;1 and five by land. The water trip is B J' .. 18 to ab per lbompound -------f. .---qI --- Fully :,
.rd 12 to He per Ib
delightful one, and consumes about on* {'hMMCrCllackEyed Loa per Ib I .
t 4' and a half hours; four miles'across Lake'.t P .. t1.0Op.r ge.prr" Ib Guaranteed ,II
OnknwoflM 6oo..r Ib buehcll
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'i1. Winder we then enter a river which : .. e to Wo per Ib60efc I _
( Tee. .. .. .. >60o perlbIfapernllon M. L.
r 'extends to'Lake Florence on the eastern 'K . .. .
a h .. .. ..... .. & to4Oe perdocenHe a R .
of' said lake after
'.' point ,crossing this I, .nFrI1iiI-co.? ..... . to_"o eMh 0(' \
t ,- "latter lake our journey is'nearly'at an ore,:..c'a': : : :: : Me bwb.lO each CONTRACTOR

'end... Rex has an opportunity to make- .. ..... .7Ue per pr buebel. .
tiP' i t.berlp at.least twice a week Ifbeso _: II 'to 2.00 bra -AND-+\ OSCEOLA
a 0.--- .. .. .$1,M tom S3.U HARDWARE CO.
desirts .S B..tM.. ...... .. slat to .6O
{ ll.erlaa: A.nd-erubbtnat.(\.OO..r.6OO _.. BUILDERPlan .
t' ,Wolf eieek'tbesouthern) boondary of Cl..rta. L.d-.tumptos. . .,|!14.0Q to per S2O.00 S. L. LUPFER Manager
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W.ea.dTeua
IKi ), this noted resort, Ia as fierce at times Hts.a slit N?..... ..., ....._ Ht...i OI M ..... ..... I \
'c as. Its. name."lndJeate /,but"becomes ', .... 'uUIe bfrs f... ,.... smOiEBtlnsfceJ:
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Af ;placid and mist durjug U). -dry .season. ; r..t"4'
a t Lakei'Wb deb the-northern and eastern -.r." Satfafictroi Ott

boundary;r c iof'Uie. most beautiful. "' .f/' T .. . ,
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'.:, I-' rived Thursday evening and It was a .
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{ '" -. GRANDJURYFiles big one. :At that rate the whole amount PERSON & SWASEY'S ;

C) will soori be furnished.Mr. :).
.. RESUBDIYISION .
1 Its General Presentment With . says lie has' about of LOTS. 39 and 40 'of the -

. ',. / the 'Circuit Judge., drove' the life out of,the mules carrying. FLORIDA). :IMPROVEMENT CO" ANY'S.
1. : new settler over the colony. '
Addition
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'SELllN6't Circuit Courdof the Seventh Judi* What has become of Mr. Peeler Kisslmmee ,,

.f.: clal! Circuit, of Oiceola, County,, State He uted. to tell us; when he was tryingto --0' 1< R "
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of Flor.lda. '. OAK. sr. '
r sell .Davenport land, that }his was ... -
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!'" .. :Social. Term A.D. an.21, 1911. w", _---- I 1;
... ; ,, the cream of Florida. Does he say the .,' tis
/ \\t "to the Honorable Minor S'' Jones, 'Judgeof same to. the Taylorville, people'fOur soLO IIe'Ii' ,. ..-7.1.11' ,...!..Lrl'H lau, ,,i"l /a. lt, 'll.U. ".'. .'
the lreult'Court, of the'Seventh local riimrodj busy 'slaught- ,. --- '
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are ,
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Judicial Circuit, Oaceola, County', enng all, the big_'Ijame they can find; t 4 "a. 2'1 .., "
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'Ii'J t. REAl'ESTA[ TfI State of Florida: I Bert-'Barrow"a; em_ to lie the champ' r A- .
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*" We, the Grand Jury; empanelled '
> pion. He }pas shot several deer and 4 !s!'
4 and for said for the special term +
county -
> various smalt\ game, and with the two ] J '
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A.D. January, 1911 have completedour 1 big; alligators he shot last fall,he should' ..

labore, ,and beg leave to present rahk with Teddy, ot. African, fame, k!.. 6. 6", 6'' .- ".. 6-t yf '
I We ,
1 this, our Grand, Presentment have Didn't have to have them driven into q: 't.J

C examined all cases brought to,our attention pens to shoot them, eitfier. He Is aftera BOLD Q _ ,
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: H IS"BUSINESS MY ; and have, in our judgment, big fellow now in Lake Geneva o 1: ;2 8' T' 8- 'l .l., lJ '
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RH taken such action as we deem right and i We must not forget) the ladies whenwe :>
just, as we interpret the laws qf the : speak of hunters. Mr.. Munce and -- SWABEY ST. '_ 't

State of Florida.- I Mrs. Petersen took a trip to the cypress 1UJ -'. --._ ,
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; We have by various committees appointed -i, swamps, near Loughman, the other\1 00) ': 2 ; a. 2 1 .<

examined Ute records kept by day. We"' didn't see the game they __________. r ::IE(
the county officers, and the buildirgs.! : I brought back, but we heard they I .,. - .... '
We that the''etate auditor make. 4 0 "a ,
find
shipped it home by freight. Then a ,4 .\
his annual visits, ai.d bas recently'visit I 1/) '
: here is Miss Kimmer, and Miss Agnes C .
ed the county, and made his report .IcAffee.. We heard they made the w I)

: r showing the records of ,the officers to blackbirds and quail fly when they got I 'l 4 ,
be Jn good shape. We find the records .
out with their gullS recently. And little : '
and bocks of the county'office, ao I Master George Olsen shot eighteen; ULD 6 6 8 'l 6, 53P
far as our limited time and our ability 8 I ..
bird! Tth :wo shots, and killed them: r. :
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t to. judge,"to be in neat and correct. too. -e. -+III.l: 711.12 T3.U OC 731. T.12 711 f. 7Ul: ,

We would recommend that the County Mr.-Chambless who was called home !! HILL ST. "

<> Comml8siGnera'take into consideration recently on account of the illness of I -.

: at as early a date as possible the prep- his wife, returned to Davenport'I'huno- These are some of the most desirable combination building and vegetable

F ,1t1 A aration of a safer place for the custodyof day, bringing his wife and daughter lot within the city limits. .Situated in a desirable locati h'and having flowing ,;
the public records; it being our opinion with him. wells surrounding them i'i'Pboae '
that the vault now in use is not constructed arrived
Mr. Waiters, of St. Charles
214 H; EDMUND
SWABEY
Broadway AgttROSS
.. in such a manner as to be Monday evening to join his wife and ,
proof against fire. We find, further daughter who have been here some I

that the vault is now congested, and time. Mrs. Walters has planted thirty- "

greater space, is needed. We would, five acres in watermelons. ,4
lerefore, recommend that the County
There are now 150 acres already
N. BARGAINS Co missioners provide for sufficient t Ranted in watermelons, and more to be i
vault oom to take care of all the vali*. planted this week. Thanks to the Ga-
GRAVES i
1 able papXrs of the county officers; also zette, commission men from the Northare '

that the cdunty treasurer be provjdeil already writing to us for informa- i iHARDWARE
CARRIES A COMPLETE STOCK OF
with a safe. tion. Get busy, you fellows up there I

\ We further re<*ammend that, as BOOH We want to hear from more of you. '
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as practicable, the County Commissioners Our melons will be ready for you in ,
Uike into consider ion the erectionof May at the latest, and some in Aprilif

J a neW jail and, arcommodationp/ for Jack Frost don't catch us, but we PAINTS, OILS FENCE WIRE AND TOVES< ;
the sheriff the present jail being so don't expect that.
IR.D. W constructed that-ie it impossible to take The article referring to Mr. Be/wen's AND 'SELLS THEM AT EXTREMELY LOW PRICKS.aROADWAY. ,JI
I ring care of the prisoners in the manner visitors should have read Miss Betty :'

provided by law. Besides being under Bowen, and it is Mr. Tish, not Fish, ,. KISSIMMEE. FLORIDAGRIFFIN'S
the court house, in cane of an epidemicof who has bought the Moody place. I

contagious diseases, it might prove
menace to the public as well as to the t

t Rooms 7 and 8 State Bank Building, oflicers.! TOM CORWINE I .. '. 7.t

We recommend that the plumbing of .-
the school house be connected with the What the Press Has to Say of the '

city water works and sewerage; also Greatest of All Imitators. -
FLORIDA. ARA EJi'-
KISSIMMEE that of the court house. .t
We find the school house buildings Montgomery (W. Vs.) Times : The

7 '\ ,." generally throughout the county to be correctness with which Mr. Corwme

in good shape; but would recommend imitates" well-known whistles of locomotives d. J. GRIFFIN PROPRIETOR"EM.F.30" ,

--.. -- that there be some work done on school and steamboats was but little I : 0 "

house No. 35; ,also that there be some short of marvelous. I -.A.renc7- _/
repairs made on the High School build Juliet (III.) Daily News : Tom Cor-

- ing in Kissimmee, because of damageby wine has the most marvelous throat in .
the storm; also repairs on the Has existence He is a living wonder, I :"FLANDERS20"REPAIR '

: inger school 4ious... possessing four distinct throats in one,1 .
We have investigated the conditions so that he is able to make a concordance - - _- _- = fcl

of the public, roads of the,, county arid of sounds that no other voice eVer WORK'' OF--- GARAGE COMPLETE 'IN

,\ i: find them generally in bad shape, but has accomplished. -:ALL KINDS: ALL ITS APPOINTMENTS

'. +''i.,. .... after talking ''with the ..chairman and Hamilton (Ohio) Daily Democrat !
.r?' ,.,:. i \ other members of the,\ Board of County Tom Corwine'a' 'ability to Imitate' with MILLAR BUILDING/ BROADWAY

rI Commissioners, we.find that they are his mouth ana voice any sound on earth r
I doing the best they can and are alive to was fully established at the Y. M. C. A. 7 e -

: j the interests of the county. entertainment Thursday evening. I .. .
We recommend that as soon as posrti- Aurora ((111. ) Daily News : Tom Cor

.1, ble the,turnpike road leading east from wine enUrtainedhe Elks for an houror MOVING PICTURESMoving ',
townie) made wider. more, last night with his Imitations _
inquiries of animals, machinery, birds and other ,
1i. We find from that the pool- Business I
'- Picture pays and offers pleasure.and entertainment .
farm is in fine condition.We things. He styles himself a"polyphone"which -
of the I
highest class to the home folks. d
wish to extend to the court and he say some' people say means .
We
are installing machines in many small towns, why not yourst,
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'? THIS LABEL MEANS to the state's attorney and to the "a parrot. His work is very clever "Write
.. today, information cheerfully furnished. Every make machine I ,'r
he Is marvel in of .
and a sense
officers of the court generally our thanks every ---
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*,. "FIRST QUALITY" GUARANTEEDThe for their courteous attention throughoutthis the word. > TAMPA _______ "
.. session; and respectfully ask that The Chicago ((111.) Endeavorer : Tom t PHOTO ANDJRT SUPPLY-COMPANY
c crJ we be discba d, Corwine, polyphonic imitator, scattered .

1 great demand throughout the South L. M. Widden, Forenian.\ smiles during the first part of the TAMPA MMOt-lIt WA'nTI murr. '" ,

Attest: R. S. Floyd, Clerk. \ executive meeting According to-Tim. -/ FLORIDA..
=- f for our First Quality, flour has othy ..c.I4 he makea-th.--bell"Cua of '
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vt'J his Inimitab'e gift. The sawing of
prompted us to issue this JabeLfor-the DAVENPORT '
: : wood, the pop t if the cork, the steam- ,
i ijj ,
_' 0 protection of the purchaser. It is .- .. boat whistle aa tar tack as the old ,

of. Interest From That Thriving Mississippi, and the street dogfights '
. Items -
j stamped on every bag or barrel of are most realistic.Mr. '
'" I. Little Town Corwin will 'appear at the Opera' Kissimmee Electric Co. 'j
"Quaker City" flour. .It is 'our absol
4 In driving over Davenport colony the Hot sa'in Kissimmee,kinder the auspicesof ,

!, ... ute guarantee of First Quality. other day, we came suddenly 'upon a the V. I. S., on Friday evening -OFFERS AT- '" < ,;.."Iif
number of tenta. At first we thought February 3rd. 1
1{ ...... . SPECIAL 'REDUCED \+
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Ringlingt! Bros. had gone: into winter PRICESA ,

QUAKER CITY'FLOUR quarters here, but going farther we I I')'\You Are Interested In Your Eyes. SPLENDID LINE 0'I,I-' 2, .
MILLS CO. saw the .name "Dr. Sinning," i in bold \ Then Read This Testimonial. a

PHILADELPHIA letter, near what appeared to be the ELECTRIC FOR NEXT WEEK(ONLY,,: .;
I have bad for fifteen ,
main that be Sin- had eyes years
tent. "Why, must
caucE
I FIXTURES TlIS'IS' "al Fti AWIAJI: ',
have been treated and fitted with ,
ningdale, I said to myself, and it waa. ; .: :&
I.I IDr It looks like a village. Here' in this glasses by specialists at Atlanta. Ga.. .

jj large tent live the doctor and his good and them.received very little results from Beamati Building, Broadway ."sXIOOOO ...... I
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wife and Mrs. Sinning's aunt. Miss -
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I was also fitted with glasses over on !
Dale. Over there is .I.
: where Mr. J. R. '1"1h"d
i\ --:- Elder and family lives. ,Mr. Elder is a i the east coast by two spedaliata but ..,. ,-{ ,:if l;.

,CENT=: HOTEL I brother of Mrs. Sinning. Then .little. the results were the same, I continued i r.. fo. :
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suffer with bad
I to headaches and stomach r'r'C
farther butjoining\ : is Mr. Murphy and -
< V CARSON, J. A. CKAMPORD.Vlo s.t i.urnuu 1..;s ,
troubles. have been failIng
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., A. G. HAMILTON, Proprietor., family, and just across the road is a My eyes Prwldrat. .......4il..t. e-.". ... '
fast and I to fear
i. neat cottage occupied by Ralph Dodge, very lately began
j
., > . I that I would loose them entirelyI
I" -v V. "- one of Davenport's rising young bache- ,'
lors, while only a few rod on we came- was advised by friends to go and -

i.rl, ; Kissimn B'S Newest and to the home of Mr. Dent, of Chicago. consult Dr. H. Edgar Cole, I did so andI KISSIMMEE LUMBER CO.. W

r !! Smningdale is becoming quite a place, am pleased to say that the glasses ,
t ta
rl rlI ; I that he fitted We perfectly satisfactory $
and my, how they are tearing up the <\ '
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Most Up-nhljate Hotel.!. ground there. You would not know the ; that I am entirely relievedof

t A place. And by the way, that must be I headaches, have no more stomach Rough and: DressedPINE .. .' ..' It
trouble and can see perfectly. I sure ,
where that man'from "
young Davenport :
Strictly Modern and Fireprootv throughout. Located iq to feel grateful for this relief for 1 have 'f "
was going the
sea doctor for we
center of the City and Adjoining Passenger I 1 I told by other specialists that :
Depot. card he baa a Dent in his heart. Yes, I been my LUMBERHOUSE I. ,i

c . ._ _ __ __ got it bad! We tremble to think what case was hopeless. . ,
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= = = = ;: -0- = === ::- =-:-:- maybe the result If lie don/t get relief J. R Steffee, ;t .. ".. '...,
soon. We would advise ,5-it Green Pond, Polk Co.. }' .. A
that he to V.j
Merican B% Baldwinof Slnnngdale, and go get| Dr. Cole can be found at the jewelry ''BILLS A SPECIALTY < 'i; ':%'

Plan' $2/PerDay z. ,of spliced.under the That'*circumstances*,the beat thing we know i store., of C. A. .Cole. Kisaiinmee,, Fla. Y'"I: 1. ., .
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Large desk blotter iN sale at Unaoffice .'
Another instalment fci' our colony ar for !.etav .
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t The I Vlnced that Bryan will represent,' ifelected ]I make them; believe there la a place in I If .. .. .",
telinmee ..
,iO,' Valley-Gaielte Florida Dakota the states where it joes not snow, j
all the people; -*- 1 '
r Several( of us farmers! here expect! to J :

..11, ItAuns. Editor and Pr6p'r.; We t believe! t.bat'Bryan best *prexsen 1 .'-. .- -. ; see Kissimmee this year. but cannot. Spinsters' RetUfn'f
Is the Interests of the common 60-1 this winter.
get away I j A
S J. TRIP LETT. A.oclato Editor. Both : ) -I
Advantages of ,
==='.--" '=--- -. '" against the politi'al.1pow rof organized The Climate Your paper)is certainly doing a great -
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PUBLISHED EVERY PRIDA*:. ., and protected wealth! Refs Described by"' a Resident of J,work jh building up.Osceola county., | ... .- ."' |-----. WVT THM" i ** '

Office; in Valley Gazette Building himself an l iiide|>endent laWyerand, is,. ". _-Ui6-latter-State.: . | Wishing' you, s prosperous' year for--v' I ; OPERA" HOUSE) ,:>'ONiGfT'Friday ). ,

KlSaiMMKE.: OSCEOLA COUNTY.LA. t not dependent fur his. livelihood upjn- *...1 1911, and hoping to meet 'youJat on ; 27 1911 r.

. the feet paid; by 'rjulroaJ and other !!' : in the year, I-vam, jy. A January, ,

,, On ._SUBSCRIPTION,,*** :"I. RATES. ..: .. ale public oervice corporations i I McClusky', N. D.., Jan.'15, 1911. .. Yours respectfully j jCL Benefit'.Ctiijstiati> Church ;
Ore aovrMz._ ...*.*.. ....... .. ... %_. r to. .Therefore, believing that in principle --' ?,'- .J, S ase7 .
pditbr'KtesimmoeVaHexGazettwDear I .' i
most nearly iJre8enstl people .
j, ,All oommanlutlorM. .at from ottr ..utliurlied .Bryan r Sir-1 have read yery thof oughyall TRUTHFUL1!! **. t .
__._ and that he lyre ability, '. CAST: OrCH ARACTKH. ,. .
pond.....must b..iawed By t.h. weltert believing '1 copies of the Gazette motto me; TRITE AND .. fc. J. *. Carr '. ,
not b.. rcturnad. unlntt equal to that of his opponent the Josephine Jane Solfemo, president ***V. < '"
..IJmatterwW* of the <' '
......--....-t.. .race, knowing that!. he'is absolutely am!\vouli" > lido to know tho price Priscilla\ Abigal Hod a, secretary!' Mrs Uolph Berli 1
1 I" FeD 22-
i{ .... Entered the PboftI..ID 1tlm_.FUU e*- honest and fconscientious and having Special. Washington' Edition BY OLD PROVERBS Cal8."ltyJane Higgins Wireworker, treasurer. Miss (Hardy '..
-ond-elou will matter,. 1911. A. Cole
confidence in his fearlessness and courage : I I'I' TIna Short Van Tassell Mra. C.
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Y i J': '- - -J making'a' I am greatly interested in Florida, Most of. the cruelty in this world la Rebecca Rachel Sharp Highflyer Miss tlma!: SmithMUs I." ..
w<'Shaveno hesitancy in 'I' ,
Jan. 1111V
Friday, 27, talked CentralrFioridatoseveral '
;t 'aid-have up Harris
thoughtless cruelty. .
Ann
local app..al.to the people of Oseeola, j I Mary Fraddler Ualkprop.
*. others, to live: extent of )promised 1 Mra. L II. Ingrain .
hm home county. "- __ ., I Patience Disef A Marra Keichum':
.. of a trip later on to look upyourfavcTed Must of the great heart-wounds are Violet Ann Ruggle .* . Mrs. II. 'C. Stanford .
: Is Sent Complimentary.' Nathan P. Bryan grew to young man- ; tf i< lion and other parts of.._the- l'inllicUxl l byt.bougbtlNatrusts,. thrown l 1 Charity Long Face Fuddyfoof . . Miss Etlith Plumber -.:
.... hood injthis county, attended J her pub. find home 1 I '
Parties .receiving. ; this paper +I lie schoolMherded 1 cattle on her broad\ state:' to permanent out in a moment of anger* perhaps uncautibus. Sophia) Stuckup Benn!
who are not regular, subscrilxrrtmuitnoUhink prairit.s and known her ('opleand Is 1 will tell you what our state is- ;, Jerusha Matilda' Sprlggins . .. : Miss MarySte..leJuliet .
i, ...:. that it is the. )ti- i p North Dakota. We have about five or !I Ii ---- '' Long Laundestadt Mrs. S. H. Bullock
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them. 18 homeboyand
A tenlior of the publishers! to laU-r I kno\'nll.y we'trust a that Os- i six months of growing season. Grass !|i No life is just the same after you Betsy Uobbett . . . Mias.Vivian Lee

V 'demand of them the subscription .for that" reason will do her full and dies here in September and is not green I|I have have once touched it ; joy or sorroW Cleopatra Bell'Brown Hopkinson . . . Miss Morrow

price, aa it IB mailed to them cpm! c 'olii'County almost tlty vote .for again till May. We can expect, now 1 i I is sown by your touch each day. I;I Polly Jane Pratt OooliittleBelinda . Mrs. 1? W. Hlley ,
roll unanimous
,, plime'htpry by our Board of County up IIn :31st. any time from OctoObtr'10th on, but i iu.II"U'riJy Bluegrass! Afraid-of-His-Face ,Miss Mabel Parker
hill January -
CommiBdioners: for the purposeof on : the grqunJ is well covered by The prime essentials' in the health Frances Touchmenot : . . . . . . . . .Mrs. M. Katz .
them with themany There have, been in the lii t .cjK>f" November to stay on till March or I' salubrious exercise member
acquainting I problem are air, proper, Florence Lucretia Gootihope IJespair- new.
"o advantages and opportunities this' l State only two Senators who were A :.:'. Sometimes we get a storm in wholesome food and pure water. MJS. J. L. Porch

this town and county offer I born in Florida. If the lamented Brow- i May. J It is nothing unusual to have I Hanna Biggerstaf Slocum ..

,, .. the homeseeker. The paper will ar '! had lived he would have made the weather :((below zero for a week at a Most human ills wourd be banished 'Count Ketchum, a'dude . . . . Mr. Ben I Phengo

be mailed for a few wei k to any I third. Of those two, onevas: a brotherof ti.i.e i and it sometimes goes to 50 below by common-sense living. Young-Man-Afraid-of-His-Face Dr. W. W. Carson

person whose tame U given us. Niftlian r.-Ury., who was born inSouth3Florida2and z :ro. I It was 4j'l btflow lately. We gen- Prof. Dmkenspiel, a hypnotist .M r. Earl LupfeV I

and if they should desire to. receive :: reared! in (/Mceol;! er .l:!j lose our garden .September by j I Commonsense is a very uncommon TINA SHORT"VAN TASSELL'S CHILHRBN :

i o it regularly thereafter, WI'would I county. If Nathan Bryan is elected front Our tomato vines failed to pro commodity.The Samantha, Miss (Hodge; Betsy Ann, MillS Laura Thomas ; c.. '\J
of
9 be glad to put them on our I tLi) is county will )have the distinction which ductKreeji tomatoes this vear. It does f fno' Peggie Maria Miss Maurine Dann;; Sophia Jane, Miss Lucille

Tr subscription lint at the regular being the only county in Florida : have to snow often to cause blizzard i: Downing Nathaniel Isaac, Mr. Vernon Porter; Jehoaphat
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Hindoo mother her child
i the Senateof flinging
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ratea-$1 per year, to cents for the sent, United two States.lilouut .Mon as the snow is loose and the wind :' into the sacred waters of the Ganges, Mr. W. Cantrell; John Astor Mr. Vernon Ellis; Jeremiah. ,
six months. starts a storm by picking it up and Mr. Clarence Johnson, '
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the Chinaman worshiping at the shrine ...
lit depending for success on it all The nun
whirling in directions.; ;
of his ancestors, the African sacrificing .
SPECIAL I-KA TURKSSpinsters'
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human flesh under the sweltering sun Return . ChorusCornet ..
are, after all, the truest patriots of winter. and the snow does not melt '
Why Osceola Should Support Bryan. the pollx; and vole.ThisthercIUrer ; : I of the tropics are all living on a level ----. Duet . . . . Prof. Ananias and :Skeedaddle: !
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today to iQto\! till spring and then all goes in a few
""' with their conception of God. How Long. Long Ago ... . . . . Chorus
On January 31st [the people of Florida is made as a last and days. Some people feed stock about
about the American ? Selection . . By the Spinsters OrchestraSoloReif
i will chooHe either Wm. A. Blount urgent nppcal; to each and every vot..rIn five or six months _m_ the year and : .
AfraxJ-of-Hm-Face
or Nathan P. Bryan to represent them Osteola county. when stock is out in winter they have : Winga Belinda Bluegrass! .
The names of Luther, Wesley, Calvin Solo-If Become a Nun, Dear .
'+ In the United States: Senate for thenext I To go to the polls to paw the snow away to feed andwlwn you
Williams HighflyerReading
I I, Knox. and Campbell Rebecca Rachel Sharp
six years. driven before a storm they sometimes -
4 f' To Bee that all your friends no. shine like stars in the firmament on a The Best of Husbands Sophia Stuckup IteunettSoloI
Blountlwaejborn in Alabama and haa lodge against fences aodfreezeto;
To see that the full vote of jour precinct moonless night!,: But where is the lowly Am a Poor Unhappy Maid Pnscilla Abigal lloiige
spent a:lifetime in the practice of law death
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Nazarine:?! Violet Ann RugglesReadingOld
Letter
in Pensacola. '"', : isAnd J1olll.d. Put's Love .
--s If Florida is SO) per cent as good as ..sclalm..d Maid's Betsy Bobbett "
to Her that every vote is cast Prayer
Bryan was born in FloriBa, reared in
Florida for :Nathan I P. Bryan. for it. .it would be good enoughfor Knead love into the bread you bake; Solo-I Love You Will Forever
and lives Florida
in now 1 have been in Idaho
me Montana. I 1 wrap strength and courage? in the parcel Florence Lucretia Mxlhope Despair
If either candidate were on the and Washington but I would preferthe : . . ..
I you tie for the woman with the Tri Maids Came Back . .
wrong side of any great principle it I The Kismmmee Gazette has just received South. Have also lived in Iowa be- weary face; hand trust and candor with Solo-Loch Lomond . . Malmdu Soratchgrav l

would not be right to ask the people.of the renewal: from the County fore we came here. We have a good ,,, the coin. you pay to the man with the Accompanist, Mr. Scott
this
or any rather county to vote for I Commissioners of 800 subscriptions to chance here"" to handle our summer's''I suspicious Solo. Josiah )Dodge)
eye.Weighing
him because he has lived here, but in the paper for distribution in the North. crop and money to keep us through thewriter. Selection . *. . Spinsters' Orchestra
asking the people of Osceola County to Station for Cattle.
This IB the most profitable publicity, i -
vote for Bryan we feel that we are when the general welfare it. considered, I always "devour" your whole paper Messts. W. C. Bass, .Ackies Bass andJ. Prof. Ignatius Clawhammer Accompanist Evening of the EveningMusic

making: an appeal that could wl!\fi equal that has yet been devised. 'lt may not i f.ic.udmg the ads. H. Donegan hive erected stock pens By the Kiasimmee Concert for the Band and Brown ()ln-stru

t' propriety be made to the citizens of reach, so many people ,. advertising in Moat all Northern people are from and put in a large ret of scales for

any county in this State, for the reason I I 1 papers of large circulation but fetch smore. Missouri, BO to speak and are so use to weighing!,: cattle, near J. ..W. Miller's
that we are fully and
completely con .-Tampa Times. snow and ice in winter that it is hard to place
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' ; ,r The Klssloiiiiee) Yalleu Gazette't&LRPHONIiI Crenshaw BrOIl Seed (".q\ Tampa Crenshaw'' Bros Seed Co., ,Tampa.. Mr. d.... E. Dennig, who cam.. hereeomeweeks AI;...... Dana Oney and O. R. Hawley Mr.- J. Q:. McN w of St. Cloud-WM
Fla., have fresh seed. 8-4t 1 Fla., have fresh seed 8-41 from Mexico.'has decided of Greeley, Colo.] arrived in Kis a visitor in the city'' last Tuesday ami

?, -: NO. '11.. Mr. Thoi. Murray; of 'Stanford, Mr.: Sl/J:/ McCloud, one of the editorsand to purchased locate here a'lof through permanently H. M..and Breaker ha simmee left Tuesday from' Tampa. Mr. called/at' the Gazette office )fr. Me- +
Oney Wednesday for ,
Conn., who has been in 'town.-for sev publishers of the Masonic Journal, & Co. which Gotha. but New; waa just returning from St. b ,
; on he will build residence Mr.,
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Hawley is .
FRIDAY i eral weeks left for of Jacksonville in the- quite impressed Petersburg where'' M and RJJT. ,J. B.Westcott .-
;PUBLISHED AVERY Saturday Tampa. was -elty on ,Mr:, Denhlg will 'go Into the with the opportunities and bualneasprospect !:
I "i' :" 1 -BY;a+e S:W. Rea 'ins daughter Edna left Wednesday and; added several names of concrete business, and ha formed a of our'town, la remainingover church: the represented the Episcopsl r
annual conference
: at of that
>.1J t<: :.. .. W..B. H} ... -'EI"' 1.rr,1 Monday morning for Tampa where they Deal, Masons tojii* ,subscription list.Messrs. .- partnership. with, W, A. Allerton,; for'' --.. law. ; week and possibly denomination. jRev. Westcott: way r

,.1'.,''. ::: will 'spend the remainder of the winter., Jenkins and Woodham, the Mr, J, 0. Thornton of Hot Spriiigrc, longer.. returned by the conference to St. Cloud .
'" q'- surveyors, have finished laying the lots Ark., and G.- W, Scott, proprietor, of < -* s for another your,
\ ?snwen /r/--T Mr J. W. .Morris,-, an experiencedshoe Mr. W,.L,. Payne, traveling salesman
the
? in Lincoln Heights Addition, which will Hotel Scott, A'nglesea, N/' J., are t'
r,1 salesman] from'Chicago, has accepted be ,sold. at auction by. the Bowman In town 'today. These gentlemen] con with.The Clauss Shear Co.. of Fremont, Messrs. Hell & Payntar, who have r

r,+ ,: (WeatherReports I"a" position. with'L, M. hidden & Co. Realty! Company! on February 8th. template erecting-- a Hundred-room E iropean Ohio- was- in the. city' Thursday calling "been operating a photograph: pallervonJ:
'' .hotel l to this section of the state on the. trade.; Mr "Payne been roadway, across from t ..po tb fnc.,
: Mr. RobertJournigai; whoVjjas-'been Miss Miry Steele. of Flushing, r.. 1.,' and are now visiting the different towns making aemi-yearly visits to Kissimmee' have moved tp the building occupied l by

,+ .' Following are the daily tem- spending several days in Kissimmee, is the. guest of Sher aunt, Mrs. W. B. in search of a suitable location.. for great many years and states that the Willson Real Estate Agency,,TheN t
'left for' his.home in Brooksville Wedneaday. Makinson. Miss Steele"has visited KIslimmee he has never seen a.town grow and.improve gentlemen have christened their gallery "
. peraturea and precipitation as f N before and has many friend Dr. J. M.. Frost manufacturer and so rapidly as 'baa this one. 'the "Gem'Studio" and state thatthey-

J- reported by the Government gate' here who. .are pleased to welcome her, sole agent for Frost a famous extracts, "v are not prepared to .-.10 all kinds of
'''t" '. station at Kissimmee for the Mr. "Wm. and wife y of again. bluings'!; etc.. left Tuesday for a two .Mrs. N. B. Carson received, on Wednesday -' photographic work/laying/ especial attention k1
".. Wyoming,.Ill. who are.spending-a few weeks' stay in Lakeland] and Plant City. of last week,.in honor of.her. I. to finishing for amateur {,
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-. } week ending 1911. I,weeks in ;:>t. Cloud, wefre' in town Wed-. Mr. L. L. Hebberlin'g of San Frarf- Dr.:: Frost has reached the advanced daughter Mr. Edgar Oliver, of Savannah ,
,y 11'', ,iFt nesday. \, .cisco, Cal., passed through Kissimmee age of 84 years and yet is as active and who, before her'marnage was 11" A. D. Stewart, wife and"danehter.of
MAX: KIN. GAIN Tuesday en route' to Iowa, where he energetic. a* many a man fifty year his one of Kissimmee'a most attractive Antigo, Wis,. arrived in the city last a l
HarnVon .
. Mr. and Mrs. StefTee and will his Mr. ha Those who I week he on a prospecting tour and
,. Friday. . . 74 67 visit son. Hebberling j junior.Mr young women. called spenta
little daughter; of Green Pond.yi8- been .in St. Cloud for the- past six delightful afternoon. Tea ,and cakes Mrs. Stewart !!'vlelt her father Edward .
0 Saturday"79: CO' .. ited relative] ? at Shingle] Creek the past weeks. and Mr.. C. A. 'Carson Mrs were-servedrMrsr'M arlorr C.arB(>inuP" LjiLondr-who-haa-been a resident'of "-

>;, : Sunday. . , 80, 1' . ." week_ ,/ "* Melissa Carson, Mrs. N. C. Bryan,' slating with tea pouring. Kissimmee for''the past }tear, Mr. pa
Y' Monday , . .81. 52- . Mr W II. Farmer has rented space Mrs N. B, Carson Mrr J. M. Gardner, Stewart is so well pleased] with the future ' ;
I : . 78 69 . Mr. FwP. Stallman. of Rochester, NJV. in the office'of H. M. Breaker & Co.,. Mr. T. J. &11"ana Rev. Bupyan Ste. Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Newhouse, of prospects our city offers that it la
"_ Tuesday,. ? arrived in.' the city Tuesday from and will next week open a general information I yens'felt Monday for De Land as delegates Pine Island Minn.who are spending more than likely he will locate here
Wednesday.. .. 77 67 . :St.: Cloud, en route to Tampa and the from .the
" . r bureau and employment local] church to the Baptist the winter here are so delighted with and engage! In the mercantile business j
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'"- '-. Thursday :. . 77 66 . west.coast / Look out for his announcement state convention, which was held Kissimmee that they have decided to '
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incur> next issue. Tuesday Wednesday and Thurs
Saturday/ February 11th, is the last day. make this their permanent winter I ent of tb.local elect light plant but
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C : C'. ---. day on which poll. taxes can be paid-in Mr. A. L. King, a recent arrival from home. They have purchased a lot on i, who has been with the- Coast Line* at"i
order to qualify to vote in the city the North, has purchased from R. O. J. E. Wagnon and wife, formerly of .Emmett street, and next: fall expect to I l Port Tampa for -.the- past-nine yean .,:...
-. KWVNINM NMIANNK- election, Meek the old Hlrtzel place across the' _peliUa, Ala.] and for the past two ,'improve their property by erecting a ha returned to Klssimmee to stay permanently -'
t lake and has already taken up his years at Leesburg, Fla:; is in the city handsome,. residence.v, I and Is now superintendent of "
W. B .Boyd and son Will of: Decatur. 1 .6 I
Mr. Wagnon sold his business ten day
residence there and preparing to | the city-s water and light plant. Mr.
Mich., who were wintering in I KJasirrp- is We to learn that J. M. Will-
THE LOCAL FIELD. ago and will introduce in this section a regret ;
Joiner is a flrat-clasd' electrician and a
Ia i mee, left today ,fM" Orlando to. spend plant a spring crop. high-class work that is approved of and son, Sr. is quite seriously ill at the I I thorough mechanic, and.theAit) conn-

several days. There will be special services at the used by the best people of England and home o1 his daughter, Mrs. S. B Aultt ,1 cil were extremely fortunate 'In> ecur--.
: Presbyterian church next Sunday at 7'p. America. man. Mr. Willson is 82 years old and '
his services.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Byxbee.; of Vin-
---------- m. Rev. B. P. Fullerton, D. D., of has been up to .the past few weeks, I ling Ir
ton la. who are spending the winter Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Kulp and daughter
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; St Louis, will speak. Every member Mr. Mrs F
Lincoln heights-Februi & he of Mr. J. after of left
.y 1'were: guesto Hudson a stay ten days here
Just to reached
I should be present at this service. Others I'I'I [ as we go press (mews Branch Mich., arrived in town Sundayto q.
Pinedale Monday.Mr. on Wednesday- for their home at lhoe-
: this office that Mr. Willson had passed
CJ- -', Mrs. E. I*. Pierce spend Wednesday are most cordially invited. nixville Pa. Mr. Kulp will at spend the-winter. Mr. and Mrs
. in Orlando. J. H. Hefferman; who is spending begin away. A sketch of his life will appearin Bates were in Florida last winter and .
once closing his business affairs in
Mr. Henry H. Hamel, of Pittsburgh, up next week's<< issue.] in the but
the winter at Davenport was a that and will ; visited various places state,
city, as soon as completed
3i Mr. A. E. Drought spent Thursday visitor i in Klssimmee la tSatul'dBYtlfld Pa., has purchased from 'the Nelson leturn with his found no place which suited them quite
family to
Kissimmee'to
. 1 Orlando. called at this office. Realty] Company the old Donegan place reside Mr. W. Freiter, of Winnipeg, Manitoba so well as Kissimmee. They expressed
including the grave: and residence, al1d permanently Canada pent a few days in the great-surprise aj the improvement and i
E. N. Price of Indianapolis, Ind., expects to his family here and city this week and' purchased five acresin .
... Messrs. J. B. Simmons and G. H. move Dr. J. H. Williams and Messrs. J. E. change which- have been-made in 'oar
was in town 1hur:' day. .JEllis of Hervey:',111. who have been become a permanent resident. Hickman and H. R. Goforth, of Knox-: Pinedale from the Nelson Realty Co, city during the past year.
amending several days in Kissimmee, ville, 1'enn., regular winter visitors to .He left for his home on Wednesday to'
.. Tax Collector\ C. L. Bandy spent left Thursday for Fort Myers. Messrs. O. C. McLean and L. R. Kissimmee, arrived in the city a few dispose of his interests-in Canada, whenhe Mr. C. L. Fiedler assistant luperin-. k
Wednesday in Tampa. Farmer killed a large buck and two days ago:: and went down the river on will return with his family to make tendent of the Chicago office of the ',. w
Mr. ti. A. Clay, who .r movedto fine wild turkeys, near their turpentine the steamer Lillie, with Capt. Clay his home here. Hunter Land Co., came to ''Kissimmeelast
... ._ Crenshaw !)roe. Seed Co., Tampa, Vernon
: Fla. have fresh'aeed. 3.4t Kissimmee from Mt. Ohio still last Saturday This is the third Johnson, Sr., for a two weeks' cruise week with a party of half a hundred -

.. has accepted a position as operator. at deer that these /gentlemen: have baggedin hunting:: and fishing., : \ Miss Edith Plummer extend_the homeseekere and accompaniedthem
Mr. A. C. Christopher of Orlandowas the 1 local passenger station.Mr. : I that section this season. delightful hospitality of her home to a down on the Kissimmee prairieto
in Kissimmee Sunday. The Valley Gazettee has secured the small t>arty of Northerners Tuesday look over the ]lands of the Hunter
and Mrs. S. H. Knapp, whose Mrs. M. C. Fowler, oi Kansas City, services of Mr. H. N. Darrow, of Ben- evening. The hours were spent in Co. Mr. Fiedler report that the entire '

Born, to Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Zeigler, home is in Grundy Centre, Iowa, and'.Mo., who has extensive. land interests ton Harbor, Mich., who began workas social] conversation and games, and a party wa so well pleased with the.
on Sunday, January 22ml, a daughter. who are spending; the winter in-Orlan- on 'the east shore of Lake Tohopekali- local reporter for this paper ]last pleasant time was enjoyed by all. possibilities and advantage the land
do, were in the city Wednesday ga. arrived in town Wednesday morning Monday. Mr. Durrow will be found on Those present besides Miss Plummerand in the valley that each one purchased a

... Mr. John Enttex, of Douglass, Kane.a ., /: with a party of twenty-six home- the streets III nil times gathering news! her mother, Mrs. E. D. Plummer, tract, the majority of whom will begin: f
in the city for a few days this Mrs. H. M. Breaker was called to seekers from ground in condition for
was Pennsylvania.Fred items, and i-.n.v courtesies shown him were Miss Grace Bisbee, Mr. W. B. putiing4heir
,' week. Chattanooga, Tenn., some days ago by will be the editor. planting this. fall. .
the serious illness of her aunt, and will Turner, Superintendent of con- duly appreciated by Boyd and Will Boyd. all from Michigan,

Married at Orlando.Florida.: January probably be away several weeks. struction Western Union Telegraph Mr. Hammakcr, of Lancaster county, Miss Luella Penick from Ohio, and : Mr. and Mrs. Geo. M. Cayce and
12th, Edna A. Pryor and Charles -W. Company, with offices at Jacksonville, Pa., arrived here' Sunday morning and Mr. J. P. Howe from New Hampshire. daughter, Virginia, of Covington
Mr. George W. Daisy and son, promi- with Kentucky, have been the guests ofMr.
Courtney.Mr. was in town Thursday flr> anging for the was so delighted our grassy
nent people of Wichita, Has. arrivedin removal of the local offices. from the streets idea] winter climate, the activity I Mr. DeWitt Whitney of Ark ille, and Mr. Dolph Berli several
Georg A. Nordstrom and Miss Kissiromee Sunday and are stopping jlepot to the Kissimmee Drug Store. and prosperous appearance of our N. Y., who came to Kissimmee last day The Caycea have toured Florida] 'sand +
Luella Penick spent Sunday at KiHsimmvv at the Gravtttone for a week- or two. city, that he. has decided to I locate here, week, on a prospecting tour, is so well Cuba and are on their return home.
Park. Mr. J. E. Callaway and wife and Mr. and has about concluded negotiationsfor pleased with our town that he has de- Mr. Cayce Is interested in 'crowing
Mr. Naif Forage, of Orlando was in E. Goodall and wife, all of Denver, a winter residence cided to make it his permanent home tobacco and ha Investigated the Florida
Mr. E. L. Blue, of Steubenvilh, 0., the city Wednesday with a car of bananas Col., were in the city Monday. Mr. and has purchased a Hre-acre tract in product. He is very favorably Impressed
was in town Wednesday route to' St. which he soon disposed of to our Callaway stated that when the party Miss Camille Morrison, one of the Pinedale through R. D. Waring & Co., with the Florida soil and the y

.....,.. Petersburg. merchants, townspeople\ and tourist left Denver .two wetke ago the ther- county's most popular and efficient which he is having set out in fruit trees future of the state. A* a banker with
', mometer registered 18 degrees below school teachers- writes to friends here and otherwise beautifying it, Mr. sarong financial connections, Mr.Cayce's .
. Miss Mary II. Steele, of Flusning, Supt. G. C. Higgins, of Sanford, and zero.- that .she is pleasantly located in Old Whitney will return North in a few visit is prolific of future as-
Long Island, is visiting her sister, Mrs. District Passenger Agent J. G. Kirkland Town on the beautiful Suwanne river.It weeks to close out his business prepar- vestment if his investigations prov..
1) li. Blenin.H. of Tampa, both officials of the Rev. C. M. Brittain of Lakeland was erroneously stated in last week's atory to coming here this fall, when he satisfactory _
'J. A. C. L.: Ry., were in town Wednes former pastor of the local Baptist Valley: Gazette that Miss Morrison was will 'build"a handsome modern dwellingon
d 'b R-edclitt left Saturday for day. church and no editor of the Baptisl tuachtng at Oak Harbor. his purchase. [Additional Local Items on 12U. >'Page,. [, s
Winter Haven vacation of
on a trip a Witness, passed through KissimrneeTueiftlay "
I i few days. Mr. and Mrs. Edward H. Wilson and en route to DeLand, where he
Mr. and Mrs. CoWen of Pittsburg Pa., I is in attendance at the Baptist State "
Caps: C. M. F.razure. of Miami, spent have' taken rooms for the winter with Convention.
a day or so here last week !looking/: after Mrs. A. Simpson, in the O'Berry -

business matters. house. I Messrs. D. J. Wilson and P. A. Nelson

I of Minneapolis, Minn. who arrived
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The friends of Miss (Grace Jolly are Ii i l Mr. M. G. Waring an old Kitlsimm.-e 1 last week on the homeseekers' excursion
glad to see her out after an illness; of boy but who is now one of Lakeland's : and visited the Hunter Land Company's' -
several weeks. hustling young'real estate dealers
holdings on The Kissimmee

q Mr. Sidney Klit-kee, who has been business spent Tuesday';in. the city transacting Prairie, were pleasant' callers' this

r ", m town visiting his mother, returned to ",' office last Tuesday. "

.' Palatka, Monday.. "" t Q. W. Scott has shipped' the seven- Mr, E. E Livermore, of Douglass] ;
.
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, h"h.
; '" )" ''''' foot alligator- killed' by him to Angle-
!, Wyo., arrived in Kissimmee Mond@y!
'JP'i.Mrs. Myrtle Weaver and her mother;
N. Y. where it""will be
Ilea; exhibited
Mr. Livermore spent last winter in this .
Mra:Figley will" in future make their .
\
at the Hotel 1 Scott of which he ill-proprietor ,
and commented to
vicinity a '
home at Loughman.February : " represent'ltive ,
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of this paper upon the wonderful .

H will |t.t' a gala day in K18. Mr. W. P. Wilkinson, traveling salesman i changes which have taken place] here .

eimmee. l Cots m Lincoln Heights will for Austin, Nichols & Co., wholesale during the past year. :

be placed l on sale.] grocers of New York, was in town Mr. Wm. H. Farmer just received

Mr. Morgan Bass anti family of Mulberry Wednesday calling on the I local mer- I a letter from his daughter-in-law, whose

have been visiting: relatives in I ch'I\t., .. ,. home is in Beloit Wis., saying they I

the city this week. I 1 were in the midst of blizzards and zero
F.y Judge Ira W. Lewis and wife, of I
She could realize that
Ri 1 cubs. Mo., who are- ending then weather. hardly
The American Woman's vt'l:
League I here flowers are in bloom and birds are
meet at the Chapter House bitty nii m Kissjmmee, left Tuesday for al,
j singing day long.
afternoon at 7:45.: fci. I I. U-rs6urg to visit for a few days I

v. .tli! II .ndll.I I| Rev Father Fox, of Orlando, will
Hon. W. L. Palmer, one- of Orlando's I come to Kissimmee Saturday afternoon w r .
St John's] Guild will meet at the '
leading attorneys, is attending. circuit I the 28th. There will be devotionat
home of Mrs. W. 'M. Lewis Tuesday
Here this week.Mr. .
court
I' 7:30: in the evening in the chapel at
I afternoon, February, at3:30) o'clock.All .
the home of Mrs. A. Tress, and mass at
W. C Newton) and wife of Glen I members are particularly requestedto the. Fraternity Opera House on Sunday
ti Elyn, 111.,- were in the city Wednesday be present.' morning at 8 o'clock.
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on their way to Orlando. ,
Messrs. J. L. and W. E.!; Butner] Of

Jt' If you want to both make and save. Powde/ Springs, G.., and Mr: O. Hen- man Major Realty T. F Co.Combs, (of, .one Huntington.of the Bow W. .i
'" lot Lincoln dricks of Forest Park Ga., were in
in
money, buy a Heights. Va.) in Florida, was called to Sanfordfor
"'
Sale town Monday enroute toTampa and
begins February 8. a few days, but returned Thursday -
the west coast.
and .is now engaged in making A
Mr. and Mr.:.A. C. Smith, who have
.!>een spending several months here. i Ted WhitcOmb made the trip over streets and otherwise' putting Lincoln
have removed to Sebastian. from St. Cloud to Kissinnroee by launch Heights in shape for the sale of lot
nt last Wednesday coming from East which-begins on February 8th. .+hx

Leave orders for English daisy pansy Lake down the St. Cloud canal into I
Col.! John Van Culen of New York .
, ,. end nasturtium plants with Miss Jean Lake Tohopekaliga.]
w ''Caldwcll at Katx's store. 6-11 City, member of the firm of Van Culen S

Mr. and Mrs. Thornton of Kearney. Brothers, chewinggum manufacturers,
Mr A. M. Staup who has,been(operating Neb. who have been staying with Mrs. was in the city Thursday. Qpl." Vas
-a bowling alley] on 'Broadws r. has Mayfleld are now located the Park Culen was en route to Bartow to LAND' i
i moved same to Plant.City. Hotel. Mr. Thornton has ben quite spend several week with Mr.. P. BL. CLEARING

ill, but i il now improving; daily. Johnston, a prominent orange growerof : '
a t Mr. S. M. England] wife and daughter that section.Mr. ... . .. ..
... ... of Tucker,' Ga., were in the city Attention Ladies! ; will > *,-. .. '"
;._ .; .; -Monday_ en route to Ocoee. demonstrate line Mp./Raooall/ at and Mra.. T. M. Broyles. and AT : ';
y ... ana > : OI
j Misses Hodge- millinery store Friday Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Rutherford four .
.t Mr. N. R. White, of St. Coud] ,,wae and Saturday. She is prepared to makeup children arrived in Kissimmee Satur- ., ' '
in tbe.city Wednesday, a visitor at.the combing and-cut hair. 6-ltfxi day from Madill. Okla. They express
home of,Mr. A. Drought.. themselves- being -highly delightedwith
R. .1:Moore: of Bristol Tenn., for our city and ourunequaled climate
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Mr: Thos. Gray and mother of Louis- merly with the A. C. L. Ky., will open and intend*to buy property here anamake I : a ,
'\'ilIe..Ky.are.vlaltiDgat' the home of firsteaflstailoring) -and pressing es- this their permanent home ; ,n
Mr. and Mrs. Barnes. ;
a Henry tablishment over the Graystone garage r : s.
1 the early part of next week. Mr. N. R. White, of St. Cloud, has
County Commissioner E. L. D. Over recently purchased from Mr. S. W.

'" street, of Campbell, walt in the city Mr, John McLaughlin of :Morrison.!: ) Downing two Iota in the new Prospect
di Tuesday.transacting business III., with five homeseekers, arrivedinthe Park addition. Mr. White has !great 105 Acres of This Sold in One Day

L. K. Gould of New York City arrived city last Thursday and are row, confidence in the future of Kissimmee,
1-i In town Thursday for indefinite located on a tract of land adjoining the and is positive that .he will not regret '
an stay.
., He is a guest at The Greyetone.LMr. Hunter. Land, Comparfy's holdings.. his investment in real estate )here.? Last Week. SOME LEFT YET.'f,. -

A. E. Topping and Henry Howell, Services will be held in the Presby-
H. C. Griffen railroad
[ popular
a
both of Bridgehampton, N. Y.: who I terian church .
, the of the A. next Sunday at 11 a. m. '.
man on claim department !
C. L. ir. the city Monday. have been spending the winter in Kisimmee and 7 p. m.. Y. P. S. C. E. at 6:30: p.
t wa left today for Orlando en routeto m. Sunday school at 9:45: a.'m. ; A. S.

.- Mre. E. D. Plummer, Main street,, is their home In the North. Nelson, superintendent, Prayer. and '
rapidly recovering from injuries received Bible study Thursday at 7 p. m. A Kissimmee Valley Land Company :
\ I In a- fall several weeks ago. .The new band stand, recently handsome erected most cordial welcome extended to all. .
on Broadway presents a and Rev S. S. Snyder pastor. '

"4 Mr. and II 1.. B. G. Hancock, of gala appearance evenings viol its ,>lit.
Williamson, J.t leb., passed through KisImmee splendid array of Tungsten electric Mr. C. Frank Blanchard] Jr., one elf ' ', ,
:Tue dy-.bouhd for Tampa. light, which were provided by the city the Florida representatives of the Bow- J. E. MATTOCKS .. '
i authorities.Mr. man Realty Co., of. Huntington! W. Manager '
r' Poll taxes: must be paid on or before '.Va., Who baa charge of the sale! of tots
Saturday, February 11th, in order to : A. Goff, a real l estate man of In Lincoln Height, which sale will begin .
b': qualify\ vote in the city election.MM I Pittsburg Pa., and wife arrived in on February 8th,. arrived in the city :/
Kissimmee Sunday to spend a couple of :yesterday.: Mr.-Blanchard's beadquai Kissimmee FloridaA:0. .,
e" '1 t 1<1....The .'Oceola" left Wednesday morn- i i months.. They are now"stopping at one ten while in the city. will be in the restaurant ,
with and freight, on of..the Farmer cottage*, near the school .
'"" "" 1ng. passenger .. of Niemeyer ft Wiley, on ,,., "
. ,pt \ ,her regular weekly] trip to Baesinger. house.: Broadway. -
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'Pock These Plums -i 'I' OLD'' .CRIMINAL 'L" ,*. I Dr. F. G.., ThomasQn '" .

r When 'Prisoner's I Cavnscl, Wood's Seeds I I .
1 The Brooch ti Was Nat AIDewed '
SURGEON
.PHYSICIAN and
'' ..c.TJ1 More You Investigate to Address the Jury V . ; j

,. ., s' -. ,I It"seems' hard/! credible that ,leas'tban Resldonao-128 -
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I' -r ForTh Office Phonea 74.and 3,
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The Better'We Like It. '. . " '' t. ,
Br DONAJJXMACKNIGHT' a century ago counsel) were not ,
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/ allowed to address- a Jury In defenseof 'Gardenx x : ;; t
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--- Farm '

;lit I This {Handaottia Florida Bungalow Her.. -l 18 a. Fine Orove of t ItlO *Copyright, mo A..ociation, by American, Pr' *>"n, preached a prisoner ftgatnat!" Sydney this; cruel Smith law first ?'have ostabllalied? .ana reputation.. \' L./HL/ : R1VEJELS,>.. ,D, ;0."I: R;

Will Pay You Seven Per Cent Healthy lug: Tree Right on the \ ; He pointed wLUt In an .' *. '
;,. Clay Road and out that, any ext nding' thirty be-
ro Mail rood--County *' over- years SURGEON
court concerucdi y PHYSICIAN- AND
on your' Investment.' Just :around: tno Next Door to bt Cloud. ( where T property was ing planted'And'used extensivelyby

corner from the busy bUaiiw' center Grange grove of magnificent trees-- Duringthe war between King I counsel l wns heard on both sides In Ii the best: Fawners and Garden- Office ovliFOsjeola PharmaojkC3 : _
and"hla .
Charles I. two court where human life trembling .
of Kissimmee-the lot alone being big crop just sold 12: acre located on parliament{ was the Middle and ,.
worth a neat sum. This handsome crest of ridge'giving fine v ewof_prairie English families, the Vincents and the tn the balance only the prosehutingrouusel era throughout .PHONESC [ Rettldedee

Florida atone bungalow la cleverly and Lake TohopekHliga/; On clay surfaced Traverses' were living on adjacent estates was heard, and I't was unfair Southern States. rUffi e 148' .. ,

planned-stone pillars, steps, tic. Ele- boulevard within two miles of '' Young EglH Travers and An. .match a prisoner, unaccustomed to- will % i: .
'' Wood's Newfor 1911 - -----
4 :> pant Interior finish) of hard pine, pole St Cloud.' Beautiful Bite Florida winter . marshal facts ahd unable! 'to speak!
't'la"In''lIt cblldrentf
played together as
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l lahed floors art" fireplaces-sanitary residence ot country !gentleman. help yU to -
against skilled' counsel, whose sole Seed
thenlicli the. Cavaliers Catalog; .
plumbing roofed with asbestos shingles Price $8Wf'< ). young t. deienmne 88 .
which are absolutely fireproof and in'I. .. were leaving their homes ,to support' purpose for Us QWI1 reputation waste -7: L. wvzNN: .., .
seeds
destructible and will last 'a life tjmc lore Are 10 and 20 0\1 cro ..rm" tbe king IIl1d l Egbert marched So the win a cose 9.\vdnef' Smith's clo<]uenfwords to what crops andi to plant r

t' t': A beautiful Florida home or will Ant !Some within a-Stone's Throw of war the parting made them scunlblo < led to .the( passing of "tlie. pris for success and pro it. Our pub- HVdlCIAK Atu" BURGEONKlSOIMMBSV.' '.

)at more than seven per cent on the low the Li-vent lty.ln l Florida and at of the fact that they.we're lovers. Over oner's defence act 1820whleb. altered I licatiohs have long been noted 0'

prlcejjf. . . ..oJ . $J,00) .One-Fourththe. PrlccOthers Ask the' hedge that separated bo two estates the practice for the full "complete" infor-.. IKMIDBNCC>.nrB PRONK PUONK W7. S.1. FLOUDA.DB. .

Hero to.Another KissimmeeSuburban i> Farms some they plighted their' troth, and the t Another unjust' practice which waR : mation' which.they; give. ...
Bran New Florida within one and throe-quarter milt of young lover dashed away tliluklng of peculiar to the Old Biilcy( was flint .Ji IV. .SIMPSON J

Bungalow.: town 3,5"() people as neighbors, the day when, the Puritans having when nn accusedperson "was acquitted : Catalog mailed free on I

Located; right on the corner of a fine schimls. churches, markets Why I leave, electric Comforts been nine to know their place and" ho was obliged to; pay the foes'! tlewg'oto request.' Write for iU DENTIST. ---

business lot aid within nt the light, t.'le-honeretc. the of or go back for want of moil-
block tho been
one of civilization and authority king having (
end pleasures! Upstairs, In Katz
& SONS .
T. W. WOOD
business Kmsimm There ey So unfortunate prisonersdied .
center of > out into the woods wht-n we will fully established, be would return to many t, Ds Bullding.12'm.,.
is a business demand for thin lot right sell go you one of these suburban farms take up the pleasant life be had thus la Xewgnto.through this thai AV Seedsmen., Richmond: Va. ,ICE'JjOUlIS: f'' 1.30:; to 5.30p..m.:

now. Handsome business building lobe afa lower pril'tI. Best bargain in un far led, made far happier by his union dernmn Brown, lord mayor In 1731. Telephone No. 7S .. Jun 6, lyr,

erected right next to it .at once deVf'lolt't.lands\ on the market-we with Angela 'caused an order of the court to be .... ., .- ----

v' tNaill, Business street cannot ends go that the other Here way Is as challenge its equal in Florida at twice But 03 under tbe struggle 1861 to :made that when any accused persons t'_i _____ ---- --
way. av' the price 10 and 20 acre tracts at $?5 were acquitted by their country they u. W. W. CARSON, D. DU.Si.
1803 In America there ,
sure profit within one year from date bank. lay unrecog- i DENTAL PARLORS'RIVERS
,* to any one- who wants a fine modern! an acre on terms payable to a nised at the time, the principle of civil should Instantly I bo dtachacged In

home during the meantime Rent Have a Town House the Country I liberty, BO under that In England there {court without -paying any fees what- BUILDI"' -

f ulck.at $25 a mori th-big demand for and a Perennial Harden for Profit was\ a principle of constitutional government soever, nn order'which baa been strictly .. OVER OBCEO A- PHARMACY

." houses in Kisgimmee. This IH. limit and Pass the Day in the Trovers was fighting for the adhered to ever sInce. House PaintingPaper

ij l% just like the bungalow described above Mont dentle Climate In the king as an uncontrolled power while Of the challenging, of jurors' one remembers I 8 :TO: 12
OFFICS' HOURS
but l Is SNAI'! 1N'at
fn directly Main street
on w orld. a tale from '1I'<'Ianl., The .1 TO 5jM.
-at. . . . . . .$. ,500A hltf enemies were-fighting for tbe kingas
PEGllOKN famert- Cloud suburban be Is today-a mere representative )'IrlMOnrr'S8) hard to satisfy, ort
A Oattdy. Little Farm Fenced end garden farms. On day boulevard where head of the government The latter man after jIJr3'1II110'a.. naked: to leave Hunging WILL UN, JR., ..

l'p( you can have semi-town and country line box. However all thing come to .
rh .lit Cultivation at the Price of Un home. Just the thing for retired business cause triumphed) the king was behead I' I Dccoruthtg S NOTARY .Pum.ic.. I
in end, even in Ireland and at lust
and those who
ed
supported him -
7 1 *-- developed "Land' to Soy NolhiuKofthe ; people, middle aged homeseekersand I the swearing of the was romplet ) TATB AT L.A HOK. \ -
those who do not care to lose any many. of them deprived of their estates Jury I Kulsolninirtg"Workmanship!<
Houso to be Thrown
in. of the advantages of well-settler! suburban found themselves without .themes *d. And then tbe prisoner leanedover ]i I Real Estate Agent.
land under the dock and sought the ear or I
12 acres in suburbs of Kissimmee communities Some ns of subsistence. -
building lots sub-diviHion. one Rule, high state of cultivationdark choco Sir Edward Vincent who espoused( his solicitor "The Jury's nIl right: K: SIMM":":. FLORIDA

houses on other. This fine little farm late Moll I best in Florida, ask any expert tbe parliamentary cause, had fallen now, I think" he whispered, "tint' re Guaranteed as

y has 6.acres/ under cultivation-five-room All the }pleasures of agricultureand at the battle of Marston' Moor and his I must challenge: the judgfe I've lieen Good as the Best.
boUse (not plastered but almost new) horticulture' as hobbies and a h ipd- wife had died during the struggle' I convicted, under him slvlral times. nl ; W.. S, HARWELL
all under fence and worth $225 an acre. Home expense income it you wish on '
ready, and maybe he s begln-nln" C>
leaving the
Best bargain you will find in many a these acre and one and one-half acre Lndyngela an orphan ." REAL: ESTATE
day. All for $1,200. tract. at.from $100) to $2'.O.) The Travers estate, was confiscated' have n prejudhe\ -London.; Chronicle

A and Egbert/ Triiverw.' Instead of returnIng U flu WEBKING i.: 571I':; Notary Piiblic at Largo

I to his home, as he hud anticipated! OPEN AIR EXERCISE. 'JfJice over iloberson's Pharmacy
Don't fail write for Information of ,
to / .
; me -any when he set> out to fight for the kins I / KISSIlt.MKK.; PLA.

kind and ask all the questions'You would like to I found himself penniless fwd without 11 Always a Factor In the Building Up-of I
roof over his h<'f.d An mint of Anr'III' I
( hove .answered. I will send a personal letter I; a Man.Au t' A. Seas' AG,+.W W. ". ._, ........
'' you ( had' taken what funds she! could I nthlett, IH 111.,' nn aeronaut Kif.

f and give you facts!< ---All FiU3I.c I' got together:: and !gone' to llollandAngela enough while, )anus. hilt In dimmer III B. DICKERSON VANS AGNEW & CRAWFORD tt.Li.ttoms7s. 1
derided her. "
: to Join this onlt! 111""nl, In- slops, especially If hex..top, >< ,
relative' and rennin wltli I her till! Cnn , > 3.1 Lae.N .
.tiddculy 1 I ..
land 1 Itorninp more sot' tied under tip''I will sell you -- .
1i If the tlr+t great danger of nthletlcs ::'t.ary Ju::11.:

AWRY of the parliament end the pro for Ihp( Professional I or business; nunhe \o. I < \'Ir..| ". I ash. |4 ,ii.fch.>u.. d..II..I...
tecturute' of Oliver Cromwell !No 1 114 Htt| I l.l mi, tilt I but Uttb',., I .,.. c HI/eiM t Hunk llnllilluvKI
( lira In worker and man of sedc>ntnrh.ilills \ KfiiK irvlsfY |,U-U'r 411 i"e toil. "
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One evening when traveling I toward I fienerulh: In not'S'ellln( cuuuc4'1 1: ISo I I I1ri.k. fit >SIMMFE_ FLORIDA:
the; const Angela: heard a thnt. the : \<.. 1 1 ire Bra k :M i'n..h.I'Ir" .
of them; I the ('(-011" ;" I1k> unto It I <'Ui 2'' H*. -_ '
couch came to a stop and a mm on . -O Lt,1!. ...
flopping I them\ too anon No little of i I'enieui 1. err bbl l *: JH. 1"1' H kf
horseback appeared\ at the window ,,c rt turn of.I -'''. II1. D. GEIGERAttorneyatLaw'
the bud nfter effects BO fr< rjtipiitlliscrllxMl I I.\ Iluu.r p'' .r M M'WM < }umneIIH" .k*> ant,
thrusting In one of those ciinib*'rsoneImplements .. .
i ti> athletics rn college .mid 1 In In t aiiyilitrtK' t''n Want tn tlisttnit
will n flintlock nhlch'inthose Inn
Hcliool life Is really due to their sadden .
days they 011..101"1'1'l l u pistol A H. 1 lUCkhloS 1( : :: ib, Stotu MHM.
Ute hank It I .
dHcnntiniinnrc after KTiiilnntlon .11MIamir'N' ( ntl I*: da.KisHiintnee
yellow strip of cloud cil i)of'ting the!
The biillilhiK, ot iniin Is iiorrr (fill *Hroit.\lwH\ ..\Ild''II.: 1 I K:
light\ of the setting! MIII shore on theman's ,. Florida
(shed until he U. dond Ills life U fill
face'. while the festtur.si. of tho
I .. In one [01"0.01111 what Is ROCX! for him ,
.
II ladj were eoiHonUil froi T
nt one Btiiik{ of his existence" li. unit i WOODIIA1Surveyirig
"I 11\ trouble you for your) purse," he |
-I I said tie miitnmlls, JIHi': for him In nil JENKINS' &

The 'lady handed him a silt: Wlille mil n's mere stature end gross. '
filled pureewell I weight nud even "" rsep.Iwer"trsep.Iwer" may I I EnuethDButIet: ,, L__

hnve atfnined their maximum: bv
"And now your Jewels"She
Kissimmee andy removed a brooch from her weiitytwo[ or twenty-three, the etll! and
clency of both his mind and body for
throat and gave him that too. This
Ills life work to. and BARBER SHOPDniuks .
particular ought
...
seemed satisfy him and be told the .
under most circumstances does( 'on Drafting .
go .
coachman. drive on, but Immediate
to .
I. her ,ly stopped him to nsk\ (jtendlly Iffy-five Increasing'until and sixty be Is of-ft fifty., I .

.J'w : it "Are?''you'for'the. king'or the parliament the same even health siring year agency go.And 1 , \ Cigars .I ,OFFICE IN FRATERNITY HALL '

', exercise In the' all"-Thlcb baa
open Kissimmee Fl .
"My father died! tor the parliament: ,
been the very'lite- secret of his structural -
I my betrothed fought) for the klngl"The KISSIMMEE. FJ.A
.. highwayman straightway thrust growth and development Is equally ---"
to his further functlonnl <
his hand Into his pocket, took out the Indispensable

. now open and ready to supply yon with purse and tossed It back Into tbe car development: and growth in .einclency -
rlage. We net merely limit our J.' W. THOMPSON I nOWDA REAL L (ESTATE fOR SALt

-<-,.. BON BON3: CHOCOLATES OF ALL KIND; TAFFIES ..It' only tbe cursed Hound heads." growth, but actually shorten our lives, :
Beautiful winter home
h: It tM that have sites situated
i by taking granted we
he said, "whom we force to give us
CHOCOLATE NU3ATINES. CREAM NUT KISSES. AL- the Lake Region Florida
reached our limit rft a certain age or in oj TV
food while we wait for tbe return of
stage and may therefore drop tlio- FUINEKAL;: DIRECTOR Trucking and Farming Lands in beige
., AKUMAS, FRENCH NU3ETS, ALMOND: NUGETSCREAl4 :! King Charlie"lie "
In tha- small
4 I was feeling for tbe brooch when meaDS of further progress-play and oc tracts

I CARAMELS OF ALL KINDS; FRUIT BARS she stopped him. even air. When we atop playing we CITY PROPERTY A SPECIALTY j: ;
Dr. Uutchlnsonto' LICENSED EyjBALMER. :
top growtag Woods
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"Keep It, she Bald, :"for- remem
t CANDY, 'WALKING CANES CANDY BASKETS STICK 11 brance. If I mistake not you are one Outing Opposite Courthouse List your property with me foe; quick "rJ Cealea

of those who, having lost ,
wee
CANDIES ALL FLAVORS -:- -:- -:- :-:- =-;- ='J your possessions young In defense of the His Mark.Edmoaxtltoetand. I

,. _-.- =:="- =-- -' --------- _.', king, have taken to the;" road. Tbe day the famous Fraoch KRsnUIEB . FLORIDA : H. M. Breaker & Co..
the hero of
come when we shall meet agates. playwright, was once an -
SaeLLED: :: ::: NUTSF'CSR : : may
amusing episode During a visit l to a
.t' If BO, the brooch may be a means of Kox 175 KISSiMMEC. FLA.
_ .recognition" friend In the country M. Rostand was Osceola TitleGuarantee
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Z'RU'Xrr CAKES::: : ,
Tbe highwayman lifted! his hat, requested to accompany him t
:' ..- thanked the lady for her gift and. ) signified rle tn order to register the friend'a

44r. drive on.to tbe coachman that ha might- newborn maine a conscientious infant The little adjunct so.n,of book.the Company W. l. VflU}{ DOZOB


FANCY TRIMMED CAKES eKing ed tbe Infant and then termed to M.
.. "Your .....
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Charles II. was" entering Lon
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1', name, sir?' "Edmond Rostand." ,
don amid great rejoicings. A carriagewas G. P. GARRETT. Manager.Real .
"Your vocation "Man of letters and .
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standing by the curb In the street "
member of the French academy.
For Banquets, Weddings and Receptions where the royal procession mast pass. "Very well." replied the, official; "y estate Real Estate
'' When the king had gone by a young
- ;-- ,- -- 1 have to sign your name. Can yon' Title Azamlbed sad p4I..Md on
tn
man In the cavalcade, seeing a face
write Jf not you. make a cross. Taxes paid for DOIIreseD8
These Goods may
all Manufactured
. are in Kissimmee the carriage., reined. In. crying: "I Instruments relating: to real estates

by: an Experienced Confectioner, and are "Angela The last! time you were at my carriage "The OT.ok.. -Z.-...',' carefully drawnCorrespondence KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA
-47. The late Prince Francis of Teck was
;) .v -. __> Guaranteed Absolutely Pure.: window it was for a very different Solicited
-' known In royal circles as l Tbe OTeck,. 7
purpose, aha repjled. ====
The story goes that when Prince f' .
.... "What mean yon, aweetbeartr'"Sweetheart.
.- - r Francis wet making his.arrangements f--M
You'robbed
Indeed!
for hunting in Ireland bIT rote to a Man TILLER ,
The Bakery
me. Home
u j. "What, of your heart" forage dealer In CotrntyMoatb wUh -
i D.N.FLOYDManager Real Estate
reference to the necesatry suppliestor Agency -
"Of my heart forsooth! Of my -
his stud J i ;
purae." Take. thisopportunity to thank ,
The man was greatly puzzled by the
The young man looked, collt1J Ied \ the good people of this city for =
and at length, after anxious
signature
Realty bought and sold.
"We must needs do somethingafter t
.rr their liberal and
I BROADWAY next door Cole's Store Naseby." be said, banging hla head, consideration addressed his reply to patronage wuld.( Houses rented.
Jewelry also take this means to that
t Francis O'Teck. Esquire.-London say
'oj' "but I surely never .robbed you An Taxes paid and Titles ver-
limited facilities for
Graphic. our making
gels i ified for non-residents. I
will for awhile .
goods prevent ( ) our
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"Ton have a brooch a lady gave Fire, Life and Accident In-
your Her Auto Du.t.r.Mrs. general delivery to all parts of the

"A brooch! Yea I have a brooch." Keen wasn't exactly satisfied city. Quality and variety will be surance.
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?' with her new maid."fton't .\ Indemnity Bonds. 1//
that maintained Our nice
"I gave It to you saying someday : always. .J"
r/ It. might be a means of recognition. yon ever use your .duster, .. __....

." Pauline she sternly Inquired.
"Ob. ,.ea, ma'am"; replied Pauline absently HOT ROLLS and BISCUITSAlso ,
Pioneer His face turned acarletThe girl :"'"
e Plumbing Shop clapped ber bands In great glee ; "I always ,use It when my HOT DREAD; '

'",..1'. "Come. she slid; "mayhap you have chauffeur beau takes me- riding!! -Cincinnati FOR SALE CHEAP FOR CASH
"KIs......... P1 *. r Enquirer
H. KDMUND.ttWABIV. P"OP._ been,wearing' It next your heart thinking -
. -- It to be the gift of tome fair dame will be ready mornings! and after .. -

ether than your betrothed." Proof of Her Ability. noons, and a nice variety of PIES Orange Grove 197 old ,

-, r <$>. AISIITAFRY 1 F= LLJIIBIIXJCS5JSJINMINO 0r "Indeed I hate kept It near my The On*-I can't understand why and CAKE-Parties and Weddinga trees. Seventeen acres un- t

AND 0MKBT IA TAL WOt>iV< heartr he admitted, '"II_ It .la." you imagine aha has wonderful conversational specialty. der fence. One mile from J

r Sad he It, powers, when, as a matter
p fsoia 1 hAttintio> to611 lTof R.ep.ixs produced city. Apply to .
'k------ The?estate* f of ,these young people) of fact aha talks extremely; little.
Mine again Into tbelr''poaaeealon. The Other-That's lust It She show HARRY W. TIIURUAN/ ; .

_ -'Phone'214'1Office" : Broadway Shops:. Orlando Ave imong the deeceodanta of Egbert and' remarkable dlacreUon tn Ute selection 'I I A.. SMITH. tunroM Nom, KISSIMHEE,.FIOMOA :, :." f'j.'

II "incela la the brooch of which AnNele" If things to be left' ontald.-Chicago DARLINGTON AVKNUtf

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.1 this Colony is. everybody who bought before coming here is.

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

located in the hilly reg h n'of Pasco and HlHsborough Counties The More than Two Hundred families have come here' mother t'

railroad depot, asshown by the profile of the Seaboard Air Line railroad Colonies thyj state and have bought here and the most of them: :. "

is 157 feet above sea level. Many ot the surrounding hills rise have built and are well pleased. Over 1,000 head? of families

to over 250 feet above sea level and there" s not a steep or abrupthill have, bought here, representing probably 5.00O people. There -1s

anywhere. The s ills a reddish yellow or chocolate colored no "Kickers Association" and the Colony is not on the defensive I '

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

upland soil can be found in the state. Corn has been known to yield .. contents -. '

.. over 40 bushels per' acre: ; while the common yield of potatoes is from Zephyrhills is a regular station on the main line of the Sea i,

200 to 5OO bushels per acre. Eggplants] Onions, Cabbage, Tomatoes .i board Air Line railroad The station is still known as Abbott All .

Beans. Tobacc
soil. It is the perfect soil for peaches plums and pears; excellent l' without change of cars. Only 38 miles. by rail from Tampa, where' 41

t for oranges and grapefruit. -i I the Mallory S. S. from New York make regular weekly trips. Also .4,

No state iu the Union can boast of better water. The' water the Southern S. S. line from Philadelphia have docks and make

bearing rock is quartz: ; hence no impnritiesm th'w water. Jt is found .. I regular trips. Also steamer oonnectipn with Mobile and New Orleans .> I

after passing through yellow or reddish clay and flint' rock from 30 to. ,- There is no doubt but what this. is the best Colony in the t_

80 feet, rising in the wells to within 15 to 50 feet of the surface. State in which to locate. a'fit

Not a'trace of lime sulphur salts.or other mineral can be detec ,?d. \
. You can buys B-ncre tract of land and receive with it a town lot for $2'15 liallbl or, for $8.150J'.
It has been analyzed: and pronounced "Pure Water. able $7.SO cash.and *
off your land. Ttt'o -8 utl41 j | possession. immediate and absolute. a"

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ii eKii"'_ Legal Advertisements. ,.td.lr.. std dcfcniluntt wvniy-one yearn, ; ,
It la further; ordered that ties order be pub- III' the llrc'ult court ,.1 the v.-"Ih Judicial, the Circuit Court of the Heveuth Jii'hcUl It In therefore ordered that "said nAU-remdcnt Iu Circuit Court 8lt lit Florida, devarth L '

'-- -'- .- -.--, ..--,-- ,-. U.li"nd oncoawcek for four couicvcutlr* wwk Circuit of the Ntnte. bf Klorldii lu rang for O-1 j Circuit of the State of Florida?/" >u>r for dvfendautfbei and they are hereby required to JudlcIalClroult. Oaceola couoty la chancery.
lathe. KIsolninitM. Valley iaeitte, a nnw npnicrpubljalit'il ccola\ ('oo.nr. In Clmncery, Rvbcrl li. Bavaii Oitovola' county, In ch"Do..rr. Anne palmerFell appear to the bllto'ooml.llllo'.lIlect In the aid Tom Jeff..... eomplalnant> .... Carrie M.jlffferr ....
Notice of Master's. Safe 111 the county of Oscool., "BlateofFlorida. "!; U gusnilsoof' Iftu -/0111. wf Ollyfu and E,, KeUon Foil nor bu'.b.ud. cornalnnntH cause nil or before Monday, the eth day' orVohru..r
:." glv'uri: that under auil .\t> ' Zulla t-avxve, minor, rompliniiBiit.( vsCher. |>| vs.. Louis i". Rnfton. F.M. Oliver aaExecutor )'. \.I"f 11111 I, otber UoJr'Ol, allek-atloQ -appearing.. by: paldaYlt\ eppeeded. to the bill
NoU"e hereby y
Oort.clo.u" l. lout Witne tile (lo"orable:1dluor 8, Jones Judge IesF.J'rev.ttai e-"tl vlrinoof Snul lunrue of eii""< of said| Court and uy hands' Clerk thereof the ettato of. C. A. ComiulnRii, decuascd and yanuia C. Oliver, deceaaad, the awl 1.1'.14:' defendant, ' l -> Jeff en. the defendant therein named, U a r.*r-' ,
of and under the seal of the Circuit Court -Harah Cummingi Dulbert C'uminiaKa, Jacob liver! in his own right and Juliet Oliver, '
and the oIRI'IBI seal 01 old Court, thin the 2nd I dent of the State of Florida, or lorn other1
It l I. further hilt
of the State of ordure that order be
1a: Circuit pub
of 1tCSereuthJgdh
day of Dccvliibvr, A. D 1V10' CummfuifH. Mary Wllliainn and J 'nnte his wife. Annie B. Bryan end N. C. Ilryan.k sue of the United Statea of America, reildauea.
Flurl.",. In end fnrOflceoiaCounU. In Chancery label once a week for eliht coo. eutlve weeks I
AKTIU'K E. DONBUAK ISenlJ Krump.'aa b"lr..1 said eHtate, and all p<* r husband 01.. Ma see and J. C. 101'._. unknown, aadJa ever lb. age of twenty-ona,
Sitting In a certain cause therein pending Clerk Circuit, Court ..>nti claimlug NII iutermil In the property in her husband Edgar J. Oliver and Helen Oil In Die Klsalmuiea Valley Gazette a newspaper year: : It la therefore ordered that the said
whorolu A. W. \Miiii, la 0'oinplalinint anoTHi'liry, By Llizabc'tli-JohnHton. D. C.V.II. thl! bill described dcfendanta. For clOB\i. vi'r, blip wife Kuliy Carton and M. B. (:'irnolj, published In Maid county and State . defendant be and she I| hereby required to ap-i'
K. Niles la Ko |. >ndeiit. the undersigned as ul ,rr husband, Thud S. Oliver and. Cecil Oil. This: December Krth 1910.
Agnew lit Cra..lord.Sollclor. Mortgage t I pear to a bill of Complaint filed In said oaoaa
"8pMlal' Maser iu Chancery. will loll\ at public for Complainant. To N both It May Concern, Ureftlnc' It appealing verhiswife. And all persona claiming IntcreHt .- Arthur, E.Doiifgan. Clerk. on or before Moudav. the sixth day of Feb
outcry during the l 1"IIft1 l hours of talc before.the -'-----.---- from the aworn bill of complaint filed I' iu the property In thin bill described.Defeudauls. (IHeall] Bv Elizabeth Johnston, Deputy A.D. 1911. otberwlae' th*allegation.*of said>UJ
doo' In the oll.f KI .lmm.,.. in Van Agnew A o Cr..lord.801lmtora ,
house
court iu thiH th"lllIer. Bill to Remove Cloud
lulbre.led fromTitle
C'BUHC are persona i will be taken a* conlaaaed by said d\f.odant.
county Monday the ith day of Order of Publication.In tor Complainant. 61-Bt\ I
Onceola ,
raid ou 'l I In the properly Involved In Ale suit, otherthan : It la further ordered that this order be pub-
March, A. I)., It'll I. the following described r..1 l the Circuit C..uri..1 the Seventh Judicial '
the known defendant, and that theInames To .ill Whom It May Concern : listed our a week for four oonaeoutlv week
estate situated In Mid Osceula county : Circuit the Stale of Klorlda in and for OHreola -'I of such persona, MO Interacted, are uni l lI i It appeerlugfrom Iheswo'a bill of complaint.. ? Order of Publication.In In the Klialmmee Val'ey Qasette, a newipap
The: 1I0rtb..tqu..rtc.. of the; iiortheaHtqunrtcrof County In t bancery. Henry T. Baer, I i known to the complainant, and that relief In Died In Ibis cant e. that there are persons Inteffet.led published in laid county and state, .
the aoutbweit quarter of tho nurth*.,.itqutrtor an Administrator of the estate of Walter BUMHr. | Circuit Court. Ptateof Florid., Seventh ".
bill in the Involved .
C | pr.oo th..ld of complaint' egalnitaueb property in thla suit, Thl2l-thcf\ December 1110. .
and the nouthwwit. quarter of the ., deceased the ald Henry T. Ban, In Mi unknown'defelxlanU. I I I other than the known defendant ; and that I Judicial tlrcul. Oaceola. County In Arthur> E, ponegan.Olerk Y
nortbcaat quarter of the southwi-Ht quarter of own.right, end COla Baas, Ida wife, Mary N. It la therefore ordered that all i>ersoul claim- j i the i store. of Much. persons, to interested are Chancery.Henry Olroalt Court: ;
and the went half of widow of the aald Walter B... Br., deceased i T. Base, administrator of the .
the northwBtt quarter ltaea) : ,: lug MU interest Iu, and to lb. following deacrlbud utakrrtMnto, th'eoomplaifia.ntft; and that relief an state By KllubeU Johneton, k,,
thug aosithwftflt. quarter. of the uorttiwestquar ;C'olurabua C. Bans, llertha Lee I'arliu' property situated in the Couuty of () I Its I I", yed Inrth.-ia13 Bill of Complaint of Walter D.... 8r., deceased the laid HenryT. J. I. Moon; a De-wty Clar *
let and the norili..e"t iUMrtt of the uonheant and IU-ury O, I'arttn her husband Ella Par- |I, Ole 8tat of Florida to-wit oce'l aarn! '. . auch Unknown defendant II.... In b,. own rltcb&- and Cola Bail, bla doliefarlortomplatoant.! ''". ".,;; (C i/t ..
quarter of the northwest quarter of Ole southwest tin and John Partlu her husband Leroy I AH block H,1, J and K of R. II. P Drought'; : :t .. Therefore Ordered that all"persona wife Mary N. Bate, widow of the .said Walter '
quarter of the northwest quarter, and the sass, Clinton Bur, Edna ttaaa, and Flora | addition to the City of Kleeimmee, according southwest" qusrlt'rof the northeast quarter of Belle Rasa, Infante, by their nest friend K. Q. I the recorded plat of old addition I deacrlbtdpr0peity .ltu.ted"lo the. county ol Lee Panin and< henry; O. Facile her boa- : ,1
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the northwest. quarter of the southwest quarter \ann Afinew,.a* heirs of laid estate 'Com- I Do appear to the mplainan.tji bill of complaint O. e.de and State of Florida to-wit: band Hlla Partln and John Pertln her husband , In Court of the Coojity Jodg'*. Stele of Florida, ,
of the northwest. iiaarter. and the weal pl.ipa nl., vi. Henry C. :Devbton, FrederickW. , herein filed on or before the Rule Day Lots I and 2, or the fractional northeast Lero,. liars, Clinton Baw, Edna B sip Ola'r..Ol1ot: Xitata of Catherine, .ASlurtevant
h.lf of the northwest quarter the' aouthweit DavlHon and John M. Ilnghey.: Olin P. In March, A. D. 11111. toortt.' On the sixth day I quarter of section 12, In township twentyve, and Fora Hells B..., Infanta, by: their next deee.oed". 'by. -the r Judge- of -aald. ?
quarter In aectlnn, eleven, township twrutydVeaonih Hiigbey; heir of the .tateof L P. Hughey, I I, of aId l mouth of March. sonth of range thirty east, .do appear to the friend E. O. \n Agnew, a* heirs of ...Id'311llite. Court. .. . '
of range twenty-nine eat... conlallngalxty : deceased and all persons claiming .n lot.r'e.i And it too further ordered that thl order be Complainant' Bill of Complaint herein filed, eomplalnaola. ; ..... Henry C, Daviaon, Whereas, N. B. Canon Adminisbiatte ha* applied to Jhl* ,
acru more or \\tirn1..: described In"thla Bill of Frederick W. DavltM, John JHughey Court for Vettar*Of, \ OB .tha aa.
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((110) In the property I published once a week for twelve cons.cutlveweeks on Or before the Rule Day In March A.D..111.' apd
Terms of sale, cafh. t tr Complaint. Defendant. Bill to remove in the Klmimmea Valley ilaaet) e, a to-wit: on tbeCth day of sale mouth of March; and Olin P., Rughey, aa heir of the oats of tale of Catherine a. Sturtevant, deeeaiad. ., ,laM ,, t
.t.d January 111, 1911. at Klmlraraee., Fla. cloud from title. newspaper publlnhed In aaid Oeceota Counts else tbe said bill may: Ve taken a cont........ L.Ilvgbey, deeeaied. defeodanta. Bill to IIf said Oe-onty.; Oecepla; : ,
Thwaarr. Therefore. TSeit.ed admoaUlv
Arthur E. Doneiran To Whom It May Concern : I and of general! circulation! In said county ..: And It is Further ordered That this. order be remove. cloud from title. all and .
8|-lal Master In Chancery It appealing from the Sworn Bill of Complaint i 'Wltn Bi the Honorable Minor S Jones published once week for twelve COllieCatl..eweek. It appearing by affidavit< appended to the bill singular. kindred and 'ere tton.
Vans Agnew Craw lord, (teal) filed, In this came that there are per '! Judge of said Court, and my band. Clerk in the Kl'almmee Valley Gazette a filed In the above sated came that Henry O.Daviaon aid decreed to be and'appear' berona .ibM". "i
Bolieltora lor Complainant 4-Gt soils Intereated In the property lavolved. in this thereof,and the official soak of laid Court thii newspaper published In. said Oaceola county and Frederick. W. Daviaon.: the defendanta Court on Ot before the !0tb day: of J.atmrj'Ae.
D. and Ale '
1811. objection U they have.th to'
nit, other than* the known defendant; and i therein named are noo-re.td.nte ot tne any .
.. I the Brat day December A. D, IVIO.I and ot general clrtTrtatJog In said county.Witness Lattn
that the ,,am.a of inch Interested State of Florida and are residents of the State granting of ofAdmlnlatratloaaid 011I
persons. ARTHUR E. DONEOAN [Seal] the Honorable Minor B. Jones, Judge
Order of Publication (! ....., otberwiMthtaam will be
I ar. unknown to th* complainant; and that r..1 Clerk Circuit Court of aald cou'rt. and my hand u clerk thereof ol New York; and are over the age of 21 year.; fvaat.dl
In the Circuit Court of the Seventh Judicial lief la prayed In the Mid Bill of Compalot.ganst.uoh I'' By Ellaaaeth Johnston. D. C, and the official sal of said court this the ISIh It la therefore/ ordered that aald noaorealdent. to said .. B. Caesar" to some" other. fit".pastes
:x- Circuit ol the State of Florida In and for > unknown defendant" : I Tan Agu.w" Crawford : day: of December A.D. 1V10Arthur defendanU be and they are hereby required or penon ',_ .
::. ceola COllol,. In Chancery Robert IV U therefore ordered that all persona el.I.... Solicitor for Complainant.Citation E. Donegau I appear to the bill of complaint Died. tm said Witness my name Connty 3..* !ot iM ." '
guardian of the estate ol 0"1 In and to the following described on before Monday.the th February County aforesaid this the. 1Mb day Ot Deeembar ,..
Bavag aa laic an. Interest [Seal] Clerk Circuit Court cause day of ... - SOW. '
D. 1910. '
Zell Bavag. minor complainant, .. property situated In the County of Oaoe- Vana Agnew A Craw ford. J I A. D. 1V11, otherwlaethe allegation of F;:YABICEBIB..IJ'
]IeiI l F. Prevatt, aa ex-offlclo administrator>> ola and State of Florida, to-wit!' of Administration. Ho'llclton for) M lit aid bill will be taken II oon/eaaed. by said defendant --- '
beestatwof C. A. dimming, deceased and The North bslfot the Northeast; quarter ffcectlon I n Ooort of the County JndgeHMate of-FlorKla, I eomPlalo.nle.'n j lr I *, *. __ ,_, ,, ; County Judge '

- -- 1anhGammlaga-Delbert Cummins; Jacob Twenty-flv.ln TownahlpTwentpdy., OaceoLa Couuty. Booiat.e: 'of J. C. Dine d... It IN further ordered that tha order be pub Order! .Publication t'
f Cummings Mary Williams and Jonnle 8otAh of Rage. Twenty-nine E..t do appear to ceased by the Judge of said CourtWhereai Order of Publication. llnhed once a week for eight eoneeautlve week .
Frump as bell of said estate, and all persons the CompIaiuanU' Bill of Complaint, herein. Jame L. Dutton baa applied to thus '' la the Klailmmee Valley daaette., a newspaper to the Cir claiming in Interest in the property In filed, on or before the Rule O.:y In March, A. Court for Letter of Administration oa the. ei- I In Circuit Court. State Florida Seventh Judl- I pnblhihedlnaaid County and State, this 15th Circuit of tb*Sate Ot Florida, la endfoilh. .
'this Bill described defendant Foreclosure D. 1111. to-wit' On the eyi day of the aalil< I, tate of J. C. Dlnn deceased late of laid County ctalClrcult.OsceolaC'onnlr. Anpe Paim., Fell day of December. A. D,, 1(10. County of Oaoaola. Ja Cnaaeory HV.' B.' I
of Mortgage. | month of March, else the Bald Bill will be aka I of Oaceola. and E. Kelson Fell her huauand. Complain: ARTHUR E. DONEOAN. (Seal] Snow and< T. E)<1 :Bryan va. Freddie Pldcaoa
\ of P. A. Van en .. confessed.And ante .... Louis P. Befton, F. M.OlIveras exea- and H. Ftdgeoa. her kuaband.. Forecloaorav' .-1
It appearing by the affidavit These.are. Therefore to cite and admonish II Clerk Circuit Court, '
Agnewot coUoiel, for the complaint! .pp..nd.1 It la further ordered that thin order be all and alugulai the kindred and creditor,! ofsaid oar of the lastjwlll, and teatameut. NannieC I By Elizabeth Johnston Deputy.Vana It appearing by affidavit: F-IlIed.. tb*
stated I fuiblUhrd once aweek for twelve. roniieeutlvevesus Oliver deceased the.'" F. M. Oliver In his above stated cause, that Freddie Pldgeoa ant
filed In the above cause .
ed to the bill | deceased to b* and appear before this Agnew A Crawford
defeedalite'Sarah Cummings; Del. In the Kisalmmee Valley Gazette, a own right and Juliet Oliver his wife, AnnieB. Solicitor for B. Pldgeon. her husband; two of the defendants -
that the Court on or before the 16tb day of January A. Complainant
J Jacob dimming. Nary Wll"c. newipaper. published In said Oaeeola County pryan and N C. Bryan, her husband OlaMaaseeaud herein named. are bon-ruldense. of the \ y
bert Cummings I D. lull, and file objections If any they have, to
therein .named arenonresidentsof and of general circulation In laid County. J. C. Maanae. her husband Edear State of Florida, and are resident- of Marten K
Hams and Jennie Frump the granting. of Letter of Admlutatratlon on Notice for Publication.
the State of Florida; and that Wltneaa the Honorable Minor 8. Jones, judge aald estate otherwise the lame will be granted J, Oliver. and Helen Oliver hia wile< Ruby South Carolinathat; theirpoMoffioe addr***!*'' ;: S
the acid Sarah Cummings la a resident ofL.ltv. of.ad Court, and my band mm Clerk thereof, to said Jam.* L Dutton or to some other fit Xiareoa, and M B. Caraon, her buBaana. Thad Department of the Interior V. 8. Land Office Marlon Booth Carol IDa;that they or both .Mr Mf"j(';'
In the county of Panldlng Mate of\ Ohio, tbe and the official teal otaald"court,thlh tb. Uitn. parson or pereon H. Oliver lad.. Cecil Oliver his wife, and all ,, at Gainesville Florida, Jaouarv 21, 1911. the age of twenty-on year It ta,therefore,>'. 1"J, ;
?'q said Delbert Cummings .la a resident' of Alice 1n day of December A. D.-1S10. Wltneai nan ,.. County Judg of the persons claiming an Interest In the propertyla Notice ia hereby given that Henry B. Fiche; Ordered" that raid noa i-ealdent dafendaawb ,II
the county, of Oallla. Blale of Ohio, the mid ARJ-HCB: 'L:. DONKQAN, (8eal| County aforesaid my this the If tb day ef Decej-jaer this bill described defendant BUI to of Whittler, Florida,wboron April 5,1WM, mad *, and they are hereby, *)...... to appear to r .iI\\.(
Jacob, Cummings ia a resident of Marshall In Clerk. Clmult Court. A. D. Remove Cloud From Tits Homestead Entry Ho. MOB, (aerial No. 02500))) the bill of.coaplatnt5ld" ta aaid nana. em ar '..
th. county of Bluhland. Flat ot Ohio, th.old Vana Agnew *. Crawford 1"Q >. F. FABKrmv ree.ltCeinty It appearing by affidavit. appended" te the bill for NEI f. Section 82,Township 51 Booth Bang before 11004&,(, .ala day of February, A. II. ,
: Williams li a resident of Ford ia the I Solicitor for Complainant& M-12t lied. la the aboTe-etated. can** that Lou," P.. M F..." TallabasM*,Merldlan, baa filed noticeof 11111;otherwise. taeaUgatloaaofaaid bill wilt
,"; 'tbe Mary of Wnwlddle' StaU of Virginia and \ Jndge. Befton F. M. Oliver, In hli own right Bad .. iaUntion" aaaka Anal five :year proof, to .. be taken. a* ooaf,*ed by Mid defendant: ;
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L the add Jennie Frump I* a rasident of Lat.y. I.i lath Notice to Creditors Notice of Stociholders Meeting. executor: of the last will and testament ef Hanoi tablilh claim to the lend above described, .betorr It to rorthar ordered that Ibis order ke pale .:-fi
f Panldlng. aforesaid Stale of 1iI'0,1ce" hereby giVen' to eradltora heir and C. Oliver deceased and Juliet Oliver. his the Clerk of tb Circuit Court, at Klaetsnme : Ilahad one a waJUor four oon9utlv wee.. fit ..,-
Ohio* county and that* all the laid defendant* are over. distribute of tbe estate of Tampa A. Minx Notice la brbv given that th* anneal meetIng wit, Ola Maiae and t. C. Maaae*. her hua- .. J'lort4a.OIl the lai day ot Marco mi.. la tb* Kiaalsanu Valley.Oaaetta, pnbUahadlii'aU ' J
i th ; of 'W.Dt,.-_* year. deoeaaed. tbat I have been appointed administrator of the ateckbolder of the LeeParaoaafeat.tl.io band and Edgar J. Oliver' and Helen Oliver klawlfeObe Claimant names as wltneaaaa : County and Butr . : J. .;. .:. tIlooabd
,. It* ago I therefore ordered that **ld oo.-raldent ef tba above named estate. and thataUpeeeons ..pany will bo bald at the offlte of said defendants) therein named are non- Lt L. Fertlo, ot Whittier, Florida; Ordlred tblaltkda7afP.1911. ."..:;.. '"
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be. and'they an hereby required .having claim* acalnat Lb. eatat aau.4preaent _paD,.. la KUaUam. **.. on Taaaday. tb* llth rldeaU 11. Mate 01 Florida and are real- J. D. Smith of Whittler. Florida\ ; .. ,,' ," .
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., j. ft: to defendant to the bill of complaint filed. add them duly aatbenttoated,for...0...* day of January UIIII, at the boaroM o'olook, dents of t Loula P. efton, naknown; 1'. M. O. K.: Baaa. ol Whither, Florida; ABTIfUBRDOllZOA11.:: [SoaJJ'' ,' { ,
; appear or baton tb. Ralo Day of this Court within th. tint* areserlbed by law, p. n., the earn being. tb aeeond Taeaday of OJttr.n4 Juliet Oliver;' BavacnaA, Georgia; .JlKWHlk- Wblttier. Flertda. ,Clerk, Clrevlt' Court.*.Oool County, if-".': +. ";;* .
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-, la use February A. t>. Wll the Bam.< belag the Ctbdy .][t.d.me, Fla., CLABKIf: A. MINI: : said aidath. .. 'T" 7 Ota Blaaaee and f.C.Mnaaoe, Chattanooga, Tear HENRY B. CBDBB. F.. ONKnlght,, 'f '' : 4':rBolloHrfo

f said Month'.f February, ottarwla "h. +pril a,1MO, Admlnlatratoi-Ot aaldj ysbatsak. e. H. BTJtXOCE.:,61.r/tagi tore..: an .Edgar Oliver sad Halaa Oliver, **.* JUglatw.. fo-aBlabuatfk. *,, -'t t[, ;,.

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I ".Design 992. by Glenn L. Saxton.i Architect. 4I' ABOUT'tAW_. : ,I . !I Ideal. Spring Fertilizing |

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Copyright 1910, byAmerlcan i' MAssociation. I '
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:VANITY puts starch' in the bacl. :: All.Spring Fertilizing: Is i not Ideal. .. a
There was aring at, the doorbell ol bone and.spring In the step while '
I Mr Silas Bentley'i residence.. (Tb< It is getting' the ,black"eye from the i 'Jdealjneana) the highest excellence.a .-- :

I butler. went to.the door, and a, uiuti neighbors. '. combination of all good .pointk.' '. >I'' ; :

asked. to sea, Mr" Uentlcy' If be wan nt t i. Ideal Fertilizer means a perfect plant food. . :

I 1 borne aDd Mrs. Bentley It Jio wjis not Tbe' reason why: man doesn't,understand : Meal Fertilizing; means the correct use t.-t ,
Vent O"'II- tc'i :w-qmen la simple enough-be,has '
Mrs Bedtley
j ,at home '
..1 a subconscious kilqwledge that if be' i: of this plant food. :
i tbe hall -where the radii was falling.
] did It would be up to him to do differently y' Our.free booklet entitled : f\
;: "I'm a constable, Il1 //tnI, and have
and, being 'Just'maD, be would "'
.. boon sent by the court to make a rather not. '_ :: Questions on Spring Fertilizing .:
search for certaIn papers' flqutndt1l- \

the CIIRe'ot Perkins JUM-SUS HeiUley" I A graft at arrr-game would' pull :. brings up Important questions on this' subject :

Throwing,; buck hhTcont. ho showed u I down a wad or not be a graft : and answers them. Send for it. : '
badge, then took a. Paper tram lilt- .

.,. pocket, which he presented as a al'nr.'h It we' were to have more laws should .
loonier
Fertilizer Co.
{ r % t w'a4 't qPERSPECTIVE warrant Mrs Bentley knew nothing we need more lawyers? : Wilson & J

of I lie [bndgu and was ,not sufficiently;

| versed In court procedure to discover J Common sense' must be aristocratic, :-: Jacksonville" Fla. :0ttFe
If search warrant In form Six .
the was
knew I that her buxband'w being nwd I and seeing used that |[ la so seldom met with .- .f.a.yf..e''....iw F+Fe t'ttset' ...lF...+kl/F1 Flef+F/lF.F.* -

by his partner In business! and she ,
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considered the said partner a rascal '
It la to be cheerful when somebody
: VIEW-FROM A PnoTOORAPna easy
thought the
She gave no to get .
else Is standing the strain. ------- -
alncnoas of the warrant. She concen I

a crated her mind upon the problem ofcircumventing Being good Is sufficient to keep most If it is Something to wear
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.atCn.r the searih Her husband
ef us busy for an Indefinite length of
bad told l her to keep the papers
time
In question where they would not. be We Have It. .

readily found, since It was Important Discovered{ Some: .

"wrS"la for his own side of the suit that they thing. | J _
be not produced la court except upon
"Pa. who discovered
the choosing of his own counseL Cottic in and let us show you.
the north
L Please wait a moment jhe said '
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and turned to go Into the library, when" 4>oler"Peary. --sr /
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H the man stopped her. I ,"
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"I cent let you ga and bide the papern .
= :1Tw didCook
"What REMEMBER .i
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cTJTI1 "Very well I merely wish! to con "That tbe'world

ter suit my brother" Then calling I likes to be bum- Our Store Stands for

"Will1" a young man of aerloua and "
bugged.
evtsw Intellectual; mien appeared Mrs, "QUALITY"C.'W.DANN

-Bentley told him of \the search warrant '
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r1 Me examined! II. pronounced It An Uprising.
I well remember when JL lad
an order from-.tbe court and, taking hip Without a thought of care, 'l'I
_ 1 FIRST FLOOR PLAN. SECOND FLOOR PLAN. I sister aside, warned her not to refuse When going alt about the place
Am free aa summer air
This design mokes n splendid country homo The clrrulnr. porch la an In : the man permisalontonl.kethesearch About the time when I wa eight
foresting; feature, seldom! Incorporated In smaller houses Two large\ bays give since she might render herself liableto Or maybe nine or ton

I, the living room a beoutlful symmetry and afford a slew In all directions The i seojo' punishment If she did-por' 1 sat down on a bumblebeeAnd I .. .

large reception hall may be entered through either of two vestibules 'flu- haps Imprisonment then got up again. "THE STORE OF QUALITY" I

..r parlor la made a part of the reception hall [by colmnned archways There ore I "I don -1Io\o he's nn officer of the Tea .... 1 recollect U now,
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t four chambers upstairs and a bull large eiioiiKli to uinmoilHie several, I chair" I court at all. sold Mrs. Beutlej Though It was long ago, --'- -

or a table Site thirty'Six feet wide l and. forty feet divp Cost to build, exclu ,I "\\'hy nol?" nsko.1 her brother I Till gal right I waa up asked; I dldn to gaIn 't .wait

S dye) of beating and plumbing $8XM>!) I \\ell. I dn't( know Ills nose In" fact no one requested me.I .
\ crooked and there Is a cant In his ey By special! arrangement with. tne the editor of this paper will furnish a "That's a pretty reason l>o as you' That It waa. quite the thin( to do

complete set of plans and specIfltrntIons of design! No 1 O:J2: fur $30. please' but If you Mt: Imprisoned torCOllt(11l't Juat at that time to itanaA .

GLENN:-': L. 8AXTON ( of court don't blame me:" 8 I obser>ed. I didn't need

a / "I "'011'"" said Urn Bentley Directions printed clear N F" BASS
e / Mrs Bontlev told the constable to Or any little helpful hints .
From dad or mother 4ear ,
Commodious Small Cottage.. mnki1 I the se'n-cb. lie went upstairs-, I suet arose without advice
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'' }_ I she follow'Ins. \\'lieu ho entered a bedroom From here It chanced I cat.
to search It he oiUerwl her to remain Got up all of my own accord -1 CONTRACTOR. and BUILDER 1
/ -And let It go at that
.* / f outside Li such commanding 1
/- .." Design 835. by Glenn L. Saxton Architect. tones that she ol>evi ,s I closet heroin wall kept thefamily Or saying It waa smart
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In me at ouch a tender age Does General Contracting and Building and Furnishes Estimates -
surer not In line An Iron door
/ I To play so sage a part.I on Structures of an size or Dimensions, whetherit
had been put In to ninUe It doubly safe Imply am recording It
9 j It was locked Tile man demandedthe Out-plain before all menI be a Two-Room Cottage or a Tourist Hotel.:!

I krj. Mrs Bentley produced It. sat down on a bumblebee --

I The mini o|>etied I the door and went And I arose again. Makes a Specialty of boring ARTESIAN 1 WELLS

Inside Mrs I Bentley closed It and in which he has met with the greatest successof
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turned the I key Then she went downstairs _. :: any man in Florida.
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"He won't take care of babyw"IIe.won'tt" I
ULtold her brother what she

bad dout, '. . "No": Give him your 'work and a't '' :' '.

K f> He- Informed her that sbo had cettaluly "The unnatural msnl"! Will be well and quickly done. ',\ Kissimmee, Fla.F ,
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t been guilty of contempt of '
e "Isn't be? And that's not tbe worstf .. '
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court. Mrs. B .otley. without: ,
\ him went; to the telephone. called up "Nor J J' '. 1 ,
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"No; be says he'll send baby to the ,
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her husband and told blm what she - -
i> v 1 had done' :Mr: Bentley telephoned his pound before he'll buy a license." ++++++++++++_++++++++++ +++++++++++++++++++++++++

lawyer, and 'the lawjer. telephoned'the
i tft clerk of the court, but found no one The Ruling Passion.
THE CASH ,
who knl'nn.tblng about the search "He wants the earth" STORE"first '

warrant. "What would he do with It If he ,

"I thought he was a fraud said had It?" -
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Door North of Postoffice
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Mrs. 'utley to her husband over the "Don't you know? '

"i phone "No." + ............
"He would lay It out In town lots :I: ,

."Why.1 I don't tor"know. I dlun't like the looks and start one big boom town." There you will find SHOES, HATS,

& of his nose, and he squints" i: ..
GOODS AND NOTIONS allot best
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an'lnducement.
Y 'r She heard laughter through the receiver Offering ,
"What Is the price of photographs?" 1

"\Vell.. said Mr Bentley "keep him .'"They are $3.CO with or $3 without. quality-and lowest prices. .

V1 where he Is. and I'll come right up. "With or without what 'I
"Well you 'see, we make a half dollar
Ir+e '3 @M3 I'll bring a policeman j | Call Before Elsewhere -
qNp w. I I'>:: n >e t Mr. Bentley soon appeared with a. I' reduction for any one who doesn'taayy I Buying g
Nit. will
9i Ji .u'J genuine cop. They all went to the that he supposes his face .
a' 'I'EkaPEriVJII closet and unlocked the door and out' break: the camera." +M+I++++F++'++++++++4:++++II+++l"t"r*++t....'I'M'I I 4r+ tit.! ++.....

) VIEW-FROM A PHOTOGRAPn.b the constable. I'

stepped Wanted to Be 8u....
"If It
"My eye exclaimed: the cop. C. A. ARSON, President l'I, C. BPYA.N; SECRETARY
Isn't Joe Green, alias Tom Dugan "These are Just the hens yon want "

alias several other names," amid the dealer." .

"I told you so." said Mrs Bentley. "Are they. guaranteed asked the The Waters & Carson :

I "Look at his pockets" said the cop. amateur farmer ',.

CHAMBER They were bulging with the Jewelry "..Oh yea." '
.. a.o. 1e-o'X h Cli Mr. Green bad picked up while In tee 1 I "Are you sure they won't lay storage
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bedrooms. You didn't know him for eggs? Grocery Company
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] ; CHEN what be III, did you ma'am?" I
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1 W A10-ti "No, but I didn't believe h'e was Th. Ideal ,
to be" "My, but I am sick!" "
ft..' .( .<;. G4TH CHAMe' what"Why pretepded not 7" I "Po you feel so bad?" -Wholesale and Retail Dealers In-I I .

"Don't you llee'' Mr. Bentley put in. "I should say I do"
8-b "that bis nose \Isn't straight and be'e'' "You arn't going to bar appendicitis ROCERIESiJ
are your (
cross eyed. Thai's how she spottedhim.
I for soilUonalre .
"Mercy,do you take me a
ts'' ; She's no good for logic, but she
: UVINC ""'" bits right conclusions" ?" .
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Johnny's
house' where he explained: that he "Johnny! WE SELL WE BUY. '

.' ,,,1, ,tcCn Rii had seen In the morning paper that "Bump7""What
t there was a dispute about certain documents
I yer gunto be w'_ ye get HAY.
,. In the case of Perkins versus HIDES
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;" Bentley and It had, occurred:: to him { GRAIN

4 t "001"PIA'Z that tbe clrcumstantTurni9h ed a 8ur.... I FURS .
'' ZA chance for a stroke of seal Haring : "Bad." "- FERTILIZERS i

had a great deal to do with courts WOOL
'; r t the criminal courts). Le.klae SHINGLES
k ,I (though they were Ah.... AND"ALL
bo knew enough to perpetrate the '
dollar.
"Lend m. a ORANGE BOXES 't1
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\1..') fraud Possessing himself of a blank "What fort
? search warrant, he filled It himself
,%;; rmsT'.rLOOR: PLAN. SECOND FLOOR PLAN. np "To pay a but""All ORANGE WRAPS. -;..
: : ....1; ;t\ ,. and. borrowing a fireman's badge right If yow knew"somewhere" to .

I". .Thin: .Is oo wasu spac In this design of a Small nous*, First .torj contains be considered himself well equippedto borrow>> one to pay. It back." VEGETABLE CRATES COUNTRYPRODUCE

... ;y'It: four;'room; oo*.of the features being. the combination stalnray with play the part of constable. .It.was I ,

."pcU'4oorJD; ttw.secood story are thre good died chambers, with larg only Mrs. Bentley'a peculiar method of CeuMnt Head Him Off. ,CRATE NAILS \ .

; i r S.a, .. .Satbroonv ;,..In case.oas 4slrs another room the large room acroa) the rear dfttermlBlxhr; the, difference between a "Ton moat atop your wonylau*' ., .'I,

f '.1' i ,:of tbe second story could be divided la the center, thas making four chambers.'BJaw thief and a constable that spoiled' his "But. doctor I ..",er worry:* I ,

\. 'It ; 24 bT M feet Basement under entire house. First story mina fret second game- -Then tt'p-to' d. so a Uttt. for sot- We sell field and garden seeds of all kinds. 'J .%

1J J ftorr eight feet. Blrelt floors thronghoat First story QnUbed In WashliurtosiOr Mr.. Rentier's brother, who had pronounced dtemenf .. .."- We give special attention to fitting out hunting slid camping ;

,tl'" r i 'or',btrrh'ti.eondrn pine to paint Cost to bnlld..xdodv. of' plumbing and the search warrant genuine .k.I. ,l/ '
parties. "
became a lawyer. )fr, Bentley alwueluLetecS' I
Z ryt4-1" 'beatlntI'' WJWu. w !: In ....Alt. Fret. delivery citrHimlts. Pbone No. 12. i.
i' 1' ,' f 'i"Cdr that Urn _Beatler, could teH "This' aviation craM aaay be> ra.oi.. "
1 BT'eoedal 1 rrangenoMit with me,the editor of this paper wilt tarnish one. more: ,".about law by thet twist to ,I.. 6Ie foI' tt1" w. are county agent. for good fertilizsrs. Ask! us for circular t' :,.

.. r,;,.,.,...,,l c eapht.a.t"< of S, ,, lplaD.j;: ".pecUlcatloM of design No torlILONNillts. man's BOS and a east In his eye. than trot' whatTHlgh and prices on fertilizers. ) \
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WIT OF THE INDIAN BUSINESS LETTERS. : THEY. EAT. NO BREAD.. "Ton The can't ret something. for notblog'said '

.. the man '!Vbl) ;,arocta! phgv.rbL
.. You Would Have '
Write to Man vlutt Places Whero the PoorerPeople
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Talk to tim| at Your Desk!<<: to Uso ftubatltutes.. 1 f-. "No" answered .tbe' easy man; "I GLENN-REAGIN %

. BUldueM. .letter writing"Is uo'lougcr"correHiKMideuce. There are region wherein the poor can't Bat the people with whom.I do \ .
H'as'Keen .
Ii The Dignified Red Man a lIIorcly ." but "tltera' er* cloases or peasantry eat little or no business seem to manage It..\"err'Dow ADVERTISERS "

Sense 'of Humor. tar." and tiny correspondent! | woo formerly : bread. Baked loaves of bread are and then -E qhaftge.i .. . .* '- -". -.A. ",. .\
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wasted jils precious br'atb011 practically unknown;,ID many parts of. -'--:- --- .
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i ___.__' _.- r- - bucli,lunullloB'as ..y OUl'1I 'received adcouteats southern ,Austria 'and Italy and..rfot.tce'i of Application to Sell Real We prepare and olace copy! , 4.it '
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STANDING' BEAR. duly .noted1" la now relegated :. throughout the//agrlcultural dmrlcts. of j Estate. We compile and print booklets . '
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STORIES' '' to die "old school" claus, and unless Itotanionla. .. a *> We sell CALENDARS. Sign Bulletin? ,
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he Is willing to adopt the new rules ot ; .It.la!: .said'list In the Tillage of the $otleuii.hcrebygiven! lust the undonilgiHwlire Celluloid,\ orUlling Novelties -Leathetr': '
Y I letter writing ho Is .likely to change Obcrste'lermark, not far from Vienna,.......OIIUI.. of the !at will.wad y>.Uinient' (>f and Allumlnum . .. .
-Race the Old Chief "Wat' Willingto G..tcoo.dece. .* l. will inciteaiiltcBtUm .
The henry ;JJIohola <
t not t>nly his position, but Had:! It necessary bread Is netcr seen the staple food :.I:
Run Agalnet Government Attorney ; to the lion tifvorge 11'. l t'urker. ..- !... :.- ... ....;.
to change his vocntlun us well. being-stew a kind of. porridge mud : . .
t|>untv Judge of Oscleds' Coukti, Wat* pt Floi-
. -A Gallant Brave :and Vtj. The up to date biwlnestv man doc" from gro ud J'eecli: nets taken: tit ,, I4i/n 'I'<'b..l.e. on Monday, theUrd' dst of WEAREPUBLICITY: EXPERTS. .
., (Mirror-An Invlelble Brldg. not waste time Indulging:! lu tho prellralnurlei breakta /with fresh or 'curdled udlU, Mar,'h. I'HI" lit 10 A. M.. on Maid day. torso .

_' ; Thempreeelon reyails aldelg that: !.. of "I beg lo aeknowlt'dgt'receipt' .at dlnne/ with broth or fried lard and! ''', order authorizing\ the "a e at private jiale by LONG DISTANCE PHONE.2O6, _ _ ._ r
lacks Qr "In reply would l say but with roUk again' for supper. Tills dlali__. .said. ncc'itorn. of tile fohoa ntgdetcribednat( l '
the Indian the saving sense( of goes straight to tbo subject at issue Is allll / nown ns helden and takes tlie cwUttfin said Oeceaie "unt.I..U,. : '. TAMPA SUITE 4- &; 5 FLORIDA .

humor' -"that most characteristic of firmly without frlllK e\ei) cllmlnat place of bread not only 4n the A us "ou I.e.1, 'nmr<..r'of Ilic, .ifort iwot. nuarler ;)
To I and the "'e'''''I l half, of.I lie northwtwt qiiartrrofBactloii BANK OF TAMPA BUILDING
I i3 all American qualities. the ereatlng big .the time worn antics' ."Awaiting I trlan' Istrlct named, but In Cnrlntula .
and the spreading of this 1m- ,your eurly reply hP(I. closing l< ( without and 1ft many parts-tjf the T'rol. twtntf'flTe iJ5)); tae. south half of seeIIon -
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I twoiilj-Ku ((27lip( titiart
presHl many recognizable traits of the( absurdity- of !'Dl'gglng'lo rciniiln: j In ,Jhortnern Italy tha j peasants an'eda I ol) necltoa: ) twenly.liln" ((2j' ; the. Mxilb half. 0"'

Indian character have Indisputably "'''rlte; to a man exnttTy .as. you substitute. for bread, daJlml |*,l<*uUi. :i ia {I ;wht liHlf of ,lh. nonhttekt! qu.arlsTi/ Iii" nor)'h- -- - '

onti-Ibuted-hl. ancestral pride his would talk to him If he were sitting! at I pdrrldge/ rondo of boiled Rr inln.{!. P,,. east inarli-r ft,< the nortjiwen quarter,Uwiiorih.

face ;your desk," Is the maxim of .one tf lent* Is not however- allotv l to"granulate hello. Site northi'... quarter. and, the untitli.c .
his of audi :!
zcluslTeness
gravity
,
the best authorities on letter writing ," like Scotch .urIlkcf .. .r at gearteror th. norti4) ot quarter of 8.*< MI. .I'I
I dignity of manner In public. In Chicago. By eliminating I u 'elenw. the AuHtrtan sterr.:, but ..InInti boil ( tlou Ililrty-Ihrcf (.3.1)). the north half. thesnorllmeat : i'L. : .MAR.8H o.I'

I Nevertheless an Injustice Is done phrases' having no hearing on the pub a solid l 1'iHldliiK, whlili III cut III'| x quarter of obi: Honiliia, t quarter. :

him for among no prlmltlro peoples ject the business mini not only sne an<1 portioned out with /a string It I' i th+ MiuiheHft quarter of !Hit HOIIIK) ant, '1u'.rt..r I . DeAL&RS IN FINE LINE OP

hi tho sense of humor keener or more his own time In dlclutll\K. but thnt of :1 oattMi cold us often as It Is hot and l I. and the Kniuli\\ qiwrfir of !uotkni thlit .11.1 STAPLE' AND FANCY '
Spontaneous and kindly. the '' : (f1fi, "0) 'I" Tow nliij!. tW''I' )'.II,1l( :>) Soul ii.ltange I
bis elcnogniiiluT, lu 'h'lIliMel'lhlult ] Ipl every scone the Itnllan lniljvbrcad
Tears I was conversing with e I"eat *'4tit) <2V) tlt>l. i onfHlnlnur ,("\"
ago the old method of lemr
notes IJv .
eiitovii! hiimlrefl. and twiMii) M"-11)!) (ii croup of children ofthe Onmha tribe wrlllug the opening, and' closing or 1 f A variation of olentu called ma inn. or lt.", r1GR0.CERIE.S.1.

The v to on their way to n reservation letter contained aliiio live lines of Riga Is said to l>e the favorite food of laleI 1 at KisHlmmOe Florida. . tlila 27tli, day of I

H< u yl, and dlrecUy In tlielr'pntb usi'lORw "form" matter which Would ,j the poorer classes" In Itouroniiln Mn' I January, A. n. l"ll\ FRESH AND PURE I
lay a swamp an eighth of a mile average on llX) letters Just Wx lines of mallea Is like! polenta In Hint It h IIAltoLhCtJTOlJFFa: ,;HKNSIDK1MKKIH : -

wUo.,and straight through this they. superfluous effortrli, !<: (> Tribune |1 made! of boiled grain but It In unlike i,| \\ KIS1K I OKI.N-1DK::;, i:, FREE DELIVERY to aU'parts 01 2 city. Prilmptaad.courteous atteotloa,1.1!

were required to wade twice a day the latter In one Important fe.S..l.-. I, A' Kxci'utorn or lha lest Will and 1"I.m.,1 of .s. ._ roatc wo. tea
.
"It U too bad," I remarked "Can :: the trains( arc not allowed to settle J IlearyNithelaGn gJde. Uereexed. -- -- f
THE CRESCENT Yoh" t raufur. 1.
All"'w &
.
:you not /;O arouud tho swamp? Your ; I Into n solid\ mans, but ore kept din Attorney. '.ljl
X eat will bo wet and you nlll be micomfortable had after the fashion of oatmeal
Emblemby'the
.
Legend of It. Adoption an ;
J and poralbly tit""Obi" purrldge.-New York HejaldCOMPRESSED .
cried a girl of about twelve Turk.. r Administrator's Notice.:' See My Line of

years; her dark eyes dancing with The 'crpK<'cnt has been known !slme!I oticc lulw-ribv. given' ICI
merriment, "we walk over the $1,2011 time out of ineiiKiO 1" onclont nlytboloiry I ICE. end all l>eri''>,im' having oUinwOr' "

bridge." It decorated the furcUvnds -of dvinandHKHhikt the CKI..It.ot I J (l'. Dine, de- PILLOW TOPS CORDS '. .
{ all laughed at thin. Wlint Diana and of Asturte the Syrian Venus .. Sinks In Water and Crumbles Into ceaird late of UnoMiln tuAiltj. will unseat the - ;
They _
I ..
Home's Warmed. I Hamvltliln two ...r. properly Ruth..nll""t..l.
In the days of greatest Powder When j -
x STAMPED GOODS '
could It ? I there j
men saw no bridge; I will ,
I Indies It an ornament and all i>.,riiuii lmlill. to said ktHle
\ Was no bridge to be seen It made glory the wore as All know (tliat ordinary Ice will float
iinlnediriK'i to
Chem merry to see mo mystified and In their hair.Since Tills relative lightness of Ice with re make |payment I I.. .
JA JpTTOS.Adrullll..tr.IOr Threads
I' > and'all kinds of for work. '
the foundation\ of Constantinople speot I to water Is due to expansion of fancy
I heard them laughing and chatting ,, F.tate of J C lilac. I"*,".81-<1 ,
.. they went through the water and the uncleut liyzantluiu. It linn I the water at (the moment of freezing. St Cloud. Fla. Jan :J II!, A I 1) 1111! VM
been the emblem of the city and 11M If Is frozen under Immense
water
mud. Afterward I discovered the liujnor MRS. E. L. PEARC.ELANDRETHS" .
such adorns Ifs walls and public buildings
in the remark. Some years prc ) pressure, It seems that this expansion

vlous to that time the government had besides being stamped) on Its Is prevented mid' Ice heavier than wn I l,.
roles told piMtnge The )legend which
Is :!
ter produced. I
appropriated $1.2OU to build a bridge vO r
accounts for Its universal 1 adoption lu I
Tammun Ima prepared tills nwxll
over this swamp, but somehow the
money had vanished Into IIOniebo
pocket and the work was nut done.:! In aft follow. : follows: He compressed) water to 3.004)kilograms ) I '
riiilli of Ma( ,'liii laid Hleee to thecity SEEDS
|
011 cooled
and
rt Ouo evening I suw a gallant young ((11.f i pounds) I
In the JIO: H. C. lie hose! a I
your U In solid fiirliou, dioxide Know and
brave making his way swiftly over __ _
u
tho prairies. of the Omaha reseMc night of unusual darkness for the- pro finally In liquid i ulr Under those coudltlous are not sold by a Merchant In KISSIMMEE
uHKiuilt foiled I lilt
poem but! was by WHICH
a colorless, transparent Ice Is
his
and
He was dressed In all floury
moan suddenly l (;ranking from behind. much Consequently we hope to sell our Seeds to :you
formed It Is denser than orOl
at his side dangled a mull tnlrroi All the Flavor
of thin Mail. ---* '.-'
a cloud In commemoration SUCCEED. direct by *
Ice and heavier than water con I
Manifestly he was an ardent )lover nary ;
mailed If la -
This vortisement ns, paper mentioned
This 1 should have surmised from Ms pro\liluntlnl!| deliverance the crescent eqiientlv l ranks_ when placed In water *_____>* orderof
won'''adopted 1 an. th ,ls'mIH)1! of tho city Saved will be taken. worth 20c.( on any e:t
dress and eager haste even If I had slow Ice III Is very- unstable, and on Write for the One Dollar ($1) or over and the coupon In.
Thef sultans were
not known him. As he wai a friend Molianuiiedan slight wanning swells out and closed with Seeds on first order If returned to us, ,
to assume this emblem until some one breaks Into dense white powder.* The above trade mark rep eBents Beet Catalog Printed One Dollar SI Five Dollar '
of mine I bad inside Information of up a SYSTEM which will be worth ( on a
mentioned that It was the symbol of Tile of the the SEAUSIUPT: $5) order. IT Market! or Private Gardener.
his hopes and purposes; also I ventured icluipe resulting: powder for customersto ( Say
to stop hIm for a moment, pre Increasing greatness, i Power changing Is apparently four to eight times, that I makes enjoy it the possible World's our Best Oysters BRISTOL.Pennsylvania.. To every Ono Dollar ($1) order will be added
as rapldlj IIR the phases of the moon Introduce them without charge, one +
to packet
of the orl-Inal..l'. This powder formed
dons as I knew him time to l be. ) KiKht; here At Home.It )
Westminster liafeette each of three eapecla1l7dOlirable torts Vegetable ..
That mirror at jour side" I re ( by the breaking up) of the dense i is the ONLY system by which!, u

marked "le to give opportunity for form Is nothing more than ordinaryIce you are positively assured-of oystersthat
i
Prairie Flower to discover how lovely j Federal Homestead Laws. In the form of find crystals, which are firm pure, solid fresh; /IW-18

," she. Is, Is It not?" no considered a The federal boniest-euil laws begin of course. on further warmIng melt at that have the true oyster flavor, the -- :,--'

r moment, and then, with a twinklingeye with the act of 1802 iinti u )part of tin sero depree '(cntlKrade. delicious tang of the Ilea. It protects
he United States refined "lI tlll 'I<. Their Ice III. show that It our oysters every mile of the I
replied: Experiments on
"No. la.be.o she will talk too policy Is to give\ portions of tbe pub, Is Impossible' to obtain U by separation way Even from the oyster, Sealnhipt bed to Oyster you. beds The RULL BASS' MARKETBearden

much to me. and then I will look Into lie liimlB to those who will settle cultivate from water nt tnionpherl) pressure are subjected to constant. analytical

my mirror to see bow -t'd'IlIm.." nnd; make permanent liomei) and then suddenly cooling. There meipectioIn addition to being under .

This certainly was the tumor of nb upon. them Any person who Js the wouldnever be n possibility of this the supervision n of State and BuildingFrexli .... One Block from? Depot

surdity. head of n family or who In twenty-one unstable form of solid water being Federal Government there beds are '
of Bear's humor ;years of age /and Is a CfTlfcen of the I analyzed regularly for us by the '
I Example Standing formed In nature.-New York Tribune. :Florida! oi all Muds.
t I could give almost without number. United States or' who has filed his Led>rle Laboratories--the famous MEATS .

:' During the trial of his! case before declaration of Intention to become such I Natural" Gas. . food\ experts, nml' Western.POULTRY, .> -.. -
fudge Dundy the contention of the may acquire a'tract of unappropriated
natural Pennsylvania !.
1 of
J Inv public laud, uut exceeding 10O acres, The gas & l-
'Vernmenf that Wiley
attorney was an Niemeyer EGGS FRESH FISH
be detected
.jJ on condition of settlement cultivation! (odorless.( Its presence canpot .
within the '
Is not meau-
41aD a person
fo home by.:smell. That Is the:explanation i
and continuous us a -I Phone
This the old occupancy I
of the law. puzzled
tag disastrous I Sptcial1tltnio1// Orders and Free :
of flve'vear of many of the explosions -
him for the period -- -- -- ---
amused him. by I
It-also
chief
One greatly.day at my. table be was vigorously and the payment of certain moderate' which occur The gradual leakage R.? S. RAINSTAILOFI I 'Delivery lo any part of.the City Phone f 89" "
fees It Is expressly) declared that mi' from a natural gas-pipe may fill a / ,.
a knife and fork when
plying SHOP
cellar or a room. This leakagemay .
this stntdte shall
lands under ,
suddenly be paused his eating lift- acquired - ---
ad up his hands, and, a humorous In any event become liable to any occur directly from the pipe or the! I-cut end'make clothes to a man's ; i

mile lighting his noble, storm debt contracted prior, to the Issuing of gee may travel some distance through measure. I do the best steam clean-

scarred face, ne up remarked "Tbe attorneys tbe.pateat there by the government : a sewer pli>e. Then when a light Is ing in town, I dye any color.. I do .
the settler. New York American. brought Into tbe cellar or room a ter- E. LESLEY CO.MJA1fY
to -
say I am not a person. But 1 I any kind of repairing. I clean ]late.I .
T! rifle explosion occurs often destroyingthe
can use a knife and fork. Does a bear have two of the best Tailors in the

do that If he, the attorney Is a per.eon I Cheap Family Hietory. ''the building street and In front sometimes- Philadelphia tearing up I South. My place of business is In rear .
also. We both eat with Even lu polltl\ I am one .
North American. of J. H. Redditt'e Jewelry Store. ST. GL-OLJD i i ;
FLA.tr.
J knives and forks- Indeed I think I compensations A, Washington height /

L. can use them faster than he can. If man. who aspired to office tells of one I 1 PHONE NO. 210 X f

be wants to race me eating I am that he.dlscovcred Old papers for Bale at this office"* CALL PULL LINE Q* 1 :r
ME AND I
WII
COME FOR '
ready." We all laughed at this. When | "Must have cost you a pile of money 30 cents a .hundred) GENERAL HARDWARE: ,
Bear It?" friend asked YOUR CLOTHES. -*.
we were quiet Standing added to run didn't a I r

"That U I will run an. eating race I "About $ltOO! but still. I came. out . Tool.. P.ua.L.F-rmltnre.. P.1.... 'I.e.4 Vsreilelics,. OlaMVare "Crock '

with the attorney If he will. pay for $400 ahead try and DIM..... .F.I 1lCie of Ot.t.' Prrshitlaa.> Hats "
the beefsteak." "How?" said the friend, old C.P.. Ladle' Hooo,

The"first public address Standing I "'On genealogical research. My wife IDEAL FIBER CUTTER

Bear ever made was given In my has. a society bee In her bonnet and GRAIN, FE-2D FERTILIZERS _
church. In the course of It while be had about agreed to pay a man (2,000to $ h ,

was pleading for assistance be addressed I to look up my family hlitory, but FOR TEWRIIII : -- '
Lac'HedonN. Y Ave. 2 doors from t. Cloud Hotel e.
various classes of people presentthe I when I became a candidate my opponents r Grocery Ir
men the women the clergy the did that for me and saved na Steak Ham Bacon Etc. Hardware Store Penn. AVe., near.llth SLPRICt3
e ,
I business men, the children. when be the money.! ".-New York Time. __ OUR p -' ARE LOWEST ApaFar.' P "S ..:0elr80R .,
!" the be said P.ra BujI...
wee with women :
pleading "
_
X>ppeaj to you because you .are brave Eight Lion. s. A S. PENNELL Agent. / ? r
have /o' F'VRNI'I'VRECASN : :
patient Whenever
Jffl you any There are eight lions known tbe '

thing hard to do you never rest until I world over-the Jon! of St. Mark's In ,- MtMH. / OB IN9TALLMBMT9Pess

It 1* done." This wasa gallant sentl Venice the fourTlons at the base of - / "I I '
'
meat worthy of a chief. But Frank the Nelson monument In Trafalgar ,

X-t Fleacbe,:who was Interpreting ren- I square the lion of Waterloo, the lion Ave. between lOtk ass llth props DeDv i1t)., .... r fp

h I .V eyed the sentence thus: "You women of Lucerne and tbe lion of Cbaeronea. / - '. ., ;..

T are patient. Wben there Is anything Ruskin In his "Stones of Venice" said :. ..' :: i
bard to be done w* men let-yon do It." that the lion ot,st. Mark's was the C. STANFORD & COMPANY -- = __

1\i This was so true to Indian custom I one lion the fierce expression at which '

.... that the audience laughed; I no artlat had ever been able to repro- I IAtlantic Coast LinensTOURIST

Standing Bear was puzzled As be duce. Tbs beast of bronze has the :
-
..' I -Games Line of- -
as Complete a
-r
moment wondering what of
a distinction also of wearing a pair .
mis ate he had made Bright Byes, the I wings.-London Graphic. I I 'r
DR"YaCOD'S.
beautiful Omaha maiden stepped fort / TRAINS :

ward and said "My brother Frank Why H. L.ft. .
NOTIONS: : : .
-
the
mistake In Interpreting
has made a Long-Why did you leave the place /

Chiefs thought" Tlien she gave .tbe where you formerly boarded? I FVRNISI3IIrTC3: S, FROM THE WEST FROM .THE EAST
I
rendering. .
proper I Short-Because the landlady! had too : SI30Sant
- The Chicago papers took liberties much curiosity CLOT.a: a ?;

with Standing Bear's name, one of Long-In what direction "Dixie Flyer" "Palmetto Limited"

them referring to him constantly as!" I continuously ask- as can be found in i9Jenndd Florida and sells them
Short-Oh, she was : India "'
4i. ;. Q Upright Bmln. Wben this was exnr going to "Seminole Limited" "Florida and West .
big me when I waa pay my / '

with plained great to the rood chief nature.he took the matter s I board bill.-Chicago News. As Cheap As"Any House in America Limited" ;

'
OOWhat'oeII It matter" he remarked :Montgomery Route" "N. Y. and Fla. Speclat""S.outh
Th. Next Qu.iti.n."Dora' - / ,
: '
kU face beaming. "I -m all tied up Invited to a swell party," /" Atlantic, Llm." "Coast Line Fla. MoHl".\ .. 7
,
tangled
\ with name I am like a pony .

; ;, In. his lariat. Father Hamilton, tbe said"Bow the mother.I much will the gown cost?" Electric Lighted Sleeping Cars Dining Cars .
( ,
; p.b7tM1aa. calto me elder. {HThe :: .M
J t .., ptacopallan clergyman calla me ward- coming.asked> the-Detroit father Free who Fr)new_. what was .IYe Stanford Company vi'a

I. 'j'L tIlL Por I am an officer ,In tile little For I rates and schedules, call on ''

church good men to oar preach.Tillage And, where new the both paper them Net a Freshman Kissimmee E.:M. North D. P. A., Savannah Ca. J. O. Kirkland. .. D. P. A. Tamjp, 41' ,

call me-whet la Jtt- Tea, Brain. No Caller=I didn't know your eon waR ) ..... : ,,: Florida I t ______ \' '

'. mllttei.neJwd In Omaha aaya I at college. Is this his' freshman ;year? ,WUmlniloni' ;\\NC.; b
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.\' am a peraonTand that aattofl me."- Mrs,. BlID e.rby""Ob.. no, Indeed 1 RVs. IT. C. White, G*, P. A. and W. J. Craig, .P. T. M.. : '

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;; ; "Ielngnecesarv to'': expend a dollar 'for elsf'Mi I'[Burned. 'I,I' ,. L. 11
,* ,-ei,- r -
q1 :6cal clearing hi* rollncl. Mr Horace Wood- ST: I' -
: l. OverflowMr : CLOUD Buc'\la'
all i la now building a Qve-room\ concrete C. ; sawmill, located about 1' l IassifiedAdyertiSe( fu iots
'
bungalow one of the lots In Mr. .Bass four miles. east of .t e. city caught fire -, .
.
,I" addition with., that gentleman as contractor about midnight last night, and the'saw' .I' "'.
r4 "I and it is expected that several I """""*" *
J. E. Barton and wife, of Paris mill and planing-\ mill together// with H .
Local Pers nalItems' from- "
.. N. Y.,arrived liplne city Friday for a others will build houses' there" during the and. )! Advertisements are 1nsertedundethis! kead'atho rate.of Cents
about 100,000feet of lum!>er, wera.de
fodr w.ek..tay and are stopping with r.t'xt month. i 4 ( '
i Oicecla ( County's Wonder /I. per Uni each insertion.! '
i1 Mr. H. U.'EdIck. Mr. Barton i is aeon. ',' stroyed. .1 1- -
ductor on the N. Y, & H. 1U B.: R.tmd LANCASTIR-WILEY .: Town. ?. :. Mr. Buckels thinks.)ha will be/able/ to -a -. .

kas b.eifln the employ that corn. -" ' I/I _. _ __ ''use hid. boiler and, planeragaiiYbut' the S .
.
-
_ t 10, pany for forty-four year: lieu. so delighted ;
111, balance. .Is -a\ total, .loss with ,no invar" : II.
I with our ellmatetthat! it is prob. A Life Partnership formed Under., MRS. E. C. WEsrCOTT f'.
able he will make bis home here before -_. .. 'ance. He estimates his loss a between .
I i- Correspondent.: Have You Anything Sell Barter. Exchange?
.1 ,..' the snow begins to fly next .fall. ,, .. Romantic; Grcumstances.. I, .- $2,000' and_ _$2,0000.__ to ? or ,

.
7he ladl .' G. A. R. circle met Wednesday A very 'long time ago some one said -o .

_ I . afternoon in regular session lit that "love laughs at locksmiths,1' also The Ladies' Aid Society .of the Llvi.irgston Notice. .' I If so put a Classified Advertlsement'ln the Big 4. ,

,the G. A. )L. Hall. Installation of offl.cerB that it useless to lock doors against Memorial M.JE. church will 1 Magazine Number Of the Valley. Gazette' ", ...,
. ,' which waa commenced at the'last was give a neriea! of afternoon affairs forr- To my Friends and Customers; where it will bet i' ; t ,
Cupid, aa' that youngster could find away Will have next Monday and Tuesday) .
meeting was concluded and' further ar- the first being "dime social" READ BY 25..cOO.PEOr-.I.E:
f .Ii.rangents made for the ladies' G. A. K.j to enter any home, once he seta nightly a. the' ) 30th and 31st, special\ reprea nCative'sent .
; circle be held 'Tuesday'afternoon, Feb. 7th, from 3 to M 't> nniE [ T rmmt m' M MVEDTiitMEiT ramnf 111' to in
which will old
convention $1.25
the task. These saying*
himself Well-kUwn
i'j by, the |/ firm of I '10.000 nneuiNEt an imu 10.000 Mk8 ZINES FOR Mir1"H
here February 14th and 15th., Mrs J. true here last Saturday when!' 5 O'clock; everybody cordially iwited.A I -.. . submit
proved Strauss )ou re going to build let me
Brothers, MasterTailors, Chi s1.iootskee my SO sore ImuroTwl (arm
W. Thornton, of Kerney, Neb., was a and be I for bou. bungalow ,
I attended the musical literary propram'will tneIailnrrenamicuse. bsru. 110..1111 plans cut taga. a or "
'- welcome visitor. Miss Blanche Lancaster Has, GOO ex.tWliveIOOlen.. in I .. td: make wtlmau OH the' work. I '
1 and refreshments cago. / well' cringe '11<1 fruit t.. .. riLl. on .
: 1 auction sale of iota in Prospect Park, rendered served. large 1 1-3 yd. pieces;SO flvarai a bull. J. Hornur. empioyoa1omopetentearpont.rund.. 1 '
lkJ Mr. O. L. Blanchard representing Rev. and Mrs. J. B. Westcott and uptth -JJ1.IJ.1'e ; I mBChauleai& anti guarnqtoa my work.
and Mr. R. A. Wiley decided that it Main and Madlaon 8ta.FOll .
:'if 11 .", rthe)} Bowman Realty Co.:,-i* xpectod\ toII' Comrades-Matthews-and J;-O;:-----McNew' -,!! styles! to jelect _from:! Best, .....of I 5c1 '. John Brown t
? ., + r{'ach Kissimmee about February 1st, was the day on which an automobileride goods and lowest, "of prices. Satisfaction Oldy. ,
when he} will open headquarters inNiemcyer would add to both his pleasure and attended the M. & Conference held In guaranteed. I IA Word Write your ad and send .it in,at once as this magazine 1
.
& Wiley's restaurant on his health. By a strange coincidence St. Petersburg last week.B.Alberts 6-11 F. !H. Lawson, Cash Store, _ _ is being made up now. .--.. .
Broadway. Mr. Blanchard will. have Cupid steered the car into that part of and wife and Mrs. Scot"wee .
: t 'charge of the sal* of Iota in Lincoln -
the city.,where the lot sale was taking St. Petersburg guests last week. Attention Mn; ; j SPECIAL EDiTIO.N KISSIMMEE GAZETTE : 4
.1 Heights, which: will, begin on February Mrs. W. Squires is. in St. Peters VULE'Y
I % .-8th, and he will be pleased to furnish place. and by the same strange coin -
b Information to all who may call upon or"write cidence Miss. Lancaster concluded a ride burg attending the Eastern Star Con The 'members of Orange Blossom -1

i I. t him. over our streets and a'( ng the country clave. Lodge, No 80, F. & A..M., are requested '

U L Mr. and Mrs. Matt Redlinger and roads would be beneficial to her feelings l- The Woman's Relief Corps gave a to meet at the lodge room tomorrow, 1;

wi Henry Land; of Fxeeport, 111.. have ; the result being that the services- supper last Thursday Evening for the Saturday, A. M., at 9 o'clock for the I SALE I MISCELLANEOUS

been inthe city several days, having of a minister at Taft were required a'nd benefit$ of the public schoals. purpose of attending the funeral of J. _
vc taken rooms with Dr. and Mrs. Thorna- KING Quality shoes at Cash WADE. the Orlando. '-
foe men tuner.
The church will be
new Presbyterian Sr. ,
son for the winter. Mr. Redlinger the happy couple went their way into M. Willson. Visiting. Masons are Store. 1-tf I
dedicated on Sunday, Feb. 5th. Rev. invited attend. PICTURES framed at theHoe Store.
::5 called at the Gazette office yesterday the field of sightseeing through towns in to ---- -

L ,- and stated that they were all delighted Northern and Eastern Florida' but are I Rogers, the pastor, is poeparing an interesting . S. L. Lupfer, W. M. FOR SALE-rThree Florida raised Po- FOR fresh fish, phone the Rull Bue

with our city and climate. He was expected to return here tonight. service for the occasion. R Thomas, Sec.Florida nies. H.: Fleming. 51-tf Market, No. 189. 19-tf )
'. here last July and., August find said he I Comrade Lenhart Rice and wife "of r" SEE King Quality shoes before buying ,
,
The marriage of Miss Lancaster and GET H. N. BRATTON to drive
: found the climate here in mid-summer -- ----- --- -- your.
Cash Store. I-tf j'
"" l is of l3ridgeton.-N. J.,_ are Spending sometime artesian wells. 43-tf 9
q much pleasanter than in Illinois. Mr. Wiley the culmination a hap. newspapers are way beyond ----- -- ---

py love romance that has extended over ; in St. Cloud and are greatly pleased 1 the average, just taking them "by and GET here early and see those Rugs at, VISIT the Rug Room of the Cash
? Mr. P. II. Rinehardt and cousin, Mrs. ( with the town and its people. the Cash Hardware Store. 49-tf Hardware Store. 49-tf
many months, for the parents of the large and some of the editors of the -
*., ri Belle MOOt, both of Mt. Vernon Ohio. -
SALE
known to look with Union services will continue in the G. state ambitious would FOR Windmill field tower and FOR dressed the Rull
t were the satisfied purchasers of young laxly were are -even, one poultry, phone *J
of among Prospect Park addition. last much disfavor on such union. with their A. R. hall with Rev. J. B. Westcott, think at times, '' reckless. But they tank. J. M. WillsonJrtf- Bass Market No. 189. 19-t.(. '

I Thursday. These people with cliaraa. which necessitated pastor of the Livingston Mission church "make : CHOICE CITY LOTS-for sale at low -- -
daughtei the courtship good" right alongand on regu- MUTTON, fresh, fat and fine, at the 7

4 4 __ put terl.tic in a Northern crop of potatoes energy on have their already land. of the young| people being carriedon incharge. Rev. Westcott will supply lar and special' occasions, when there 'is prices.particulars.See or write H. Fleming 40 for tf _Bull))_Bass_Market.I phone 189._ 19-tf '

: .Ji) They express themselves as being: in secret. _.tWtil the Methodist church is finished. no excuse foV enlarged editions and .AQENCY; of the White Star Laundry
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MALLARD DUCKS FOR SALE
greatly pleased with Florida in general Miss Lancaster has lived in Kissim The Junior League will give a progressive special efforts, they go right ahead and Ducks, $1.00; Drakes, 81.50. Apply r at the Home Store. Phone 154.

and with Kissimmee in particular, and mee all her life and is considered one medleyparty on'Tuesday even- win the support and confidence of the F. Vans Agnew. 47-tf WOOD, per strand, $1.25; ftve'trandN.75.

next fall will probably build upon their of the lovlit-st as well as one of the inf Jan. 31st in the G A. R. hal!. people, their patrons: and the public 'FOR I I .._JUssirnmee Lumber---- Co. 29-tf
SALEA six
; property. Mrs. J. B Westcott and Mrs. Edward horse years old THE Cash Hardware Store> carries the
prettiest and most. charming young generally. The Kissimmee Valley Gazette and bu gv. Apply to A B. Jarrell),
V ki Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Ball of Vmton. ladies, that ever lived here, while Mr.W4ey.s Addis, will have charge. is one of the papers that Florida KisBimmee_ !Drug Co. 5-11 | largest"line* of Rugs In town. 49-tf tfPUM
ff 4, Iowa arrived in the city this week and The W C. T. U. will hold its nextmeetingin ; < C 'UM Those Rugs at the
j i of business is proud of, and it is now talking abouta FOR resident
.t I one our young IJll'n'bn.t bargains in property, Cash Hardware :Store. 49tfSHANIBAnGElTToTFanda
will spend the remainder of the wintrtTMr. _
the G. A. R. hall Monday
booster edition be truck lands and orange call on
1 and Mrs. Hall are old friends of i baking a name for himself that special to broughtout groves I for bicycles
Jan. ,'!oth at 2:30 o'clock.\ H. M. Breaker. Kissimmee. Fla. 4-tf
afternoon. :
I. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Byxbe who are ex.rttnjt' will be honored throughout the land. on Washington's birthday in magazine and sundries. 25 wheels from $6.50
IT1 -4r- ...... : every eWort to flmke their stay Mrs. Reilley of Indiana will ''vo a bible rorm. Judging by I past obttervationH FOR choice I 5 acre suburban home II'! up to *19 for new. 46-18tpd_ "
among us enjoyable. Mr. Ball is H Circuit Court. ,j-tading. Mrs. Westcolt thepre i.ht. it curt be taken for granted that tracts, see Kissimmee Gardens. J. M. CARPENTER) JOLtING and repairing f
t wealthy retired farmer. and if thiscountry that the ladies bring their Willson Jr. 20-tf Good work. See James, Church St.
1 comes up to his expectations. Stuh'vs. Riley Johns, John Thompson -, requests the Gaz..tt.'s publication i on February I

he will purchase home heren(1. ) Income .- ami Hudy O. liaRs, larceny of a ttiimbl and needles to )help make comfort 2i will I be a cri-dit. to Florida( ourrljam FOR SALE One eighty-acre farm and near Main St. 45tf.
l for the sailors the Battleship \ I one orange/ grove. Apply ) JUST arrived-big stock of Guns. Leg-
. a regular winter resident. doftu-Ktic animal. John Thompson and bags on and pluck. Times-Union i
Smith, KisKimmee, Fla. W.o'j gings. Hunting{ Coats and Ammu-
Riley Johns found guilty and Florida after the services arpov..r. \- \ I
Rudy
; n tion. ROBS Grave 36
Mr. Elmer Ii:. Kulp, who lately came FOR SALE Singer Hewing Machine _
.
I to our town from' Phoenix ville. I'a.. HIIHH, not guilty. I in first-class. condition, ; with attachments [ IK YOU have a. roof that needs painting .
purchased on Tuesday through R. 1) State VR.VKlds..n< Muse, assault! to The Woman's Club of St. Cloud hld.! I NOBILITY OF PURPOSE. $12 W. Mr. A. M. Strvker. Hlack Pfarl metal paint i is the

Li' Waring. the lot on Church street opp"- commit murder in first degree. )Found a delightful meeting on Wednesday i If either man or woman would \ nz-tf. !right thing for this climate. Ross

I sjte the Baptist church on which he guilty of aggravated assault. afternoon at the beautiful home of its realize the full power'' of personal ---- Grave 34-tf
Will erect a handsome and! costly residence. FOR SALE-About) 200( gvod cypress ANYONE anywhere can start a mail
I Lou Hendrix of South
State vs. Raymond Powell grand secretary. Mrs. beauty it must be by cherishing noble barb wire
Church street is fast becoming \ fence posts, and Home ; order business at hone. No canvassI I
i '.. one of .the principal residence streets. larceny. Found guilty of Petty lar New York avenue. thoughts and hopes and purposes \will sell ch'eap. ..S.:_ W.. Downing._2-tf_ ing. Be your own boss. Send for free
r of our. city, and it Mrs. J. B. Westcott the first do booklet. Tells how. A
.. property on is re- ceny.State gave by .having something to FOR SALE Complete' frame and Hearock. 2144

.) ..,/ r 4jarded and Mrs.as most desirable. Both Mr. v". Orzelius McNeal, lewd con paper. on .' ',The Trip Around the World, and somethin II to liveJor.lhatis. pranking of boat 50x16 feet; at one; Lockport, N. Y. .
in -
: of our Kulp climate speak and the our highesttvrms people, duct. Found guilty. which the club has/ began. The first worthy of humanity and which by lr'OMt., Apply Lakeside Mills, FOR ANY kind of metal especia' .

1 and any that they will certainly recommend State vs. John Marshal, grand lar stage of the trip was from St. 'Cloud to expending the capacities of the soul Kisshnmee: Florida."t'. !roofs: use Black Pearl metal ]pain... -'

I' Kissimmee to every one as the ceny. Found guilty. Jacksonville via. the Atlantic CoastLine give expansion and symmetry to I SEVERAL GOOD WINDMILL out- lions Graven. IM-tf ,J

place--to live a happy, contented. and State vs. John Marshal assault and Railroad; from Jacksonville to the body which contains it-Up- fits to ..eJI.I Mill. tower, pump, tank, AM intelligent\ person may earn $100 t
prosperous life. everything complete. S. H. Bullock. monthly corresponding for new ,
pa-
and from ham.
New York by the Clyde Line
battery .
: 2tf. \ pers. No canvassing. Send for par.
., r.10'. W. Jackson of Pittsburg State vs. Edwin L. Eamvs/ man- New York to Liverpool by the Red' and I ticulars. Press Syndicate, B 2245,
LtI P. arrived in the city Tuesday for a slaughter. Found not guilty. Star Line of New York. The paper A Novel For Tannyson. PENNELL-- gentSayman's Koap Lockport. N.Y.

1 i stay Jackson(of ten wee days here. nr for two short werks.time. during Mr. State vs. W. Henry Savage fraudu- was ar. interesting one and greatly en- Tennyson would have scouted the Remedies, and Mendets' way Plasters mends, MagneticCombs leaks in WIIENvislting'Sf.. -Cloud, our' 'Kissirnmee -

t July of last year.a having been Induced jently changing the, mark of marked joyed. At rolt.,call, quotations were, Idea of a, limit of IM.()()() words for stantly.25' ctnts' packets. Agents friends are invited to make&, ,their

; to come to this section through animals. '-, 1 given and current events at inter. ovels.WUllam Alltngtihm notes; In _wanteyl. \ ;5-4 t-pd headquarters with the St. Cloud Drug :
Co. All the drinks can be
-, reading the Valley 'Gazette, sent him State vs,, W, Henry Savage,.;: larceny ,I'mission.I -:.. i .... his diary on Atig. 2S, ::1880, .when on a FOR SALEFour choice lots, 21 blocks had at our soda popular'fount, and our ice

ers by ,courtesy and was of so the impressed County Commission.with the advantages of a domestlc''- lm81. "J '. '", ,, I Dr.,, Mary Halloway ''of, Indiana. will visit to Parrlngfordi; "Tennyson Is .a 130x200 from railroad feet overlooking and center Lake' Davenport town-; cream Is the !best that can be. made.WINDEMEIU37 ,_

: pf our town that, as he says, State vs., James Muse'keeping'a's !: give the next:! paper of,the. trip from' constant novel reader 'andjsays!! ; 'What ," high ;elevation;, cleared, plowed js"located 18 miles.. ., .

'he just had to come back. He says the, gambling hoiise.. Jury instructed to London to.Paris, on Wednesday,. Feb. I: dislike is beginning a new' novel. IIiould and ready for fruit trees; good for 1 northwest of Kissimmee, 12 mIles' (,."

Valley Gazette is doing wonders in the bring-in a verdict "not guilty." 8th at :3 I p.m., at ,the house of Dr. like 'to hare a novel to read in summer home as well winter. Address west of Orlando on the Florida Mid
4 manner of advertising this section and last life.' land Railroad. and is surrounded by .
Westcott.Mrs. a million volumes to me my J. S. Hitchcock, Davenport,
that It will te the means of inducing a Two indictments for murder were- Ix nrlon Chronicle. Florida. 6-lt-pd three large clear water lakes But-
j large; number of Pennsylvanians to found against negroes who have not Thompson was the guest o > -- __ ler, Down and Bessie. The land Is

'move to this city. yet been apprehended. Kissimmee relatives last week. Not a Waxwork. FOR SALE-At a Bargain if sold by I peculiarly adapted to: citrus fruits
March 15th ; four-room" cottage ; 18 and truck raising, and is almost en-
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Mrs. Webking of Kissimmee, and The- of tbe court In an a 1.
t/Ietrf. Mark Munger and A. Cotter- openuiK fruit tree ; close In': two lots in tirely immune from frosts. I am.
man of Kokomo.rlnd.. arrived in the feahersGrapes.} : Mrs. Chase, her daughter, of Chicago -sUe town in England is always a great North KtBBirhmee ; 17 fruit trees, improved now offering 10-acre tracts and a

_. 'city' last week and have been look. ())Wednesday a small wedding party. III., were the guests of Mrs. M. F.Degraw. day for the residents. The processionto ; two lots in Prospect Park I town lot In Windemere for $250 each.; ;-
ing around with a view to. purchasing Wednesday. the church where the judge says one farm lot .in Taft, close in.Ad-I This is the best land proposition in "
'property and locating. Mr. Munger came from St. Cloud arid proceeded to on' his prayers aDd listens to a homily f dress Box 481, Kissimmee. 3-tf Florida. Write me for particulars pr ':

purchased two city lots through the Presbyterian manse, where Rev. S. Comrade and Mrs. Moore are spend. the march to the court. with the attendant .erii and come and see. S. S. Griffin. Gotha

q,4. H. M. Breaker & Co., and Mr. -
; purchased ten acres 'in Kissimmee from their hunting lodgejbeyond Whit- grapefruit grove 1
matrimony Mr Chas. A. Feathers and and "
Will
Iaa1&8 railroad. !"
of trumpets-the. mea from Kissimmee, on _
Park. The former gentleman left for Mr. Clara tier. They are located fifty miles from rustic mind -with theaense Address W. H. ROOMS AND BOARD { I
v4 3 his home and Grapes. They returned to gowns-Oil the sell)) at a bargain.
l yesterday expects to
return
$ 'i: next falll when he will build residence ' St. Cloud in the evening. The beet the railroad and twelve miles from the of awe and the majesty of jua-- Arnold Kissimmee, Fla. 41-,( DWELLINGS for rent, apply to M. Til- 3 f

I on iots-and make Kissimmee wishes of many fr/ends/ will be with po toffiee. tIce. It la related in Mr. Thomas Edward SALE:A-'Nice -Home;; ; small I.e. -4

$i... .. his home while the latter will probably them in their ...ew home. I The Lodge of Rebekahs will give a Crispe's book, Bemlnlscencea FOR bungalow; ibout one. acre :af ground; ROOMS for Rent-Apply to" Mrs. 6. '! I,
1 remain here the balance of the winter, upper in the G. A. R. hall on Wednes- of a K. 0.." that a farmer once took private water works; house neatly M. Breaker. 31-tf ,r.

,and will improve-. property right Conforming With the Ordinance.. day. February let, .from 4:30: to 8.00: his eon into the crown court and well furnished; everything com I ROOMS TO RENT-...Either single oren T

_ s' away. O'clock Mrs. Edward Addis and Mrs. On the bench waa the Baron-Cleasby, plete. Address Owner, Box 575, suite; suitable for light house-' ;T\

Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Luther and soir We apply the water test in accordance Penn.have the affair in charge. gorgeous In scarlet and ermine, ..tatueaq Kissimmee Florida 2-tf keeping. Apply to-Mrs. A. A. Simp'j'j'jeon. '"

and two grand-children, Misses Edith to section 16 of the City Ordinance George stores in D. and motionless. Tbe yokel gazed ._ _ _ _ S-tf "' -'
lilt Barron and Corinne Newton and guarantee work in 1 There are fourteen grocery TOMATO PLANTS, Sweet Potato : "
e ..jmd Mr; our every respect with open mouth at the resplendent BOARDERS w'anted-Mn. E.jTAIveycan :
Jj : and Mrs. .W, C. Newton all of Glen placing the quality of material town and more to follow.
f4 i; Ellyn IILarrived''In the city on Wednesday as the ordinance directa, thus- safeguarding St.' Cloud is an amusement town a* the baron-moved his hand from' right Tomato 5,000,000 Plant-Livingston's at $1.26 per M. Delivery board and room at her home in rear ,
1 for the of looking of school house or' board without
purpose over the the hows visiting here can \
L this section with a view to locating. public from sewer gas.. many- to left and left to right -February 15th. Headquarters I room. 34-tf
.Mr.- Luther paid Kissimmee which breeds disease. attest -Why. feyther." said the boy ",t'. for potato slips and velvet bean seed.J. -
-. visit
,\ ,..,' about a year ago and was so impressed a '.-t. ( 'The Office Pioneer phone Plumbing 214, Broadway.Shop Mr!. Anderson, McGill who was badly aIoI..... _ _ _ R./Davis Bartow Fla.6t..pd YOU cooked CAN by ,get best three northern good cook..:.c.1. atTranscient -

with its many advantages as a place of I turned; a couple of weeks formher SALE Three choice five-acre ..,
FOR ; Restaurant '
A In Need. I' opposite post
.i. residence that he Induced Friend
the others to
skirt coming in contact wittr* an oil lots located on main marl road to]
officefor
r-4 'accomrJKBy! -htm here this The HOTEL ARRIVALS Fred. '. -..-".. ; 25c each. Short orders
: Is trip. entire heater la slowly improving. __.up. I ear, 100.fwIeDc Orlando; just outside city limits of extra. 41-tf I
party perfectly delighted with of mine aren't you' Klssiramee;' all three face on the ,
.this section, and Will be numbered Comrade Alfred Cooley was a Kis-

''. { I ,", among our population as soon .. their : The Graystone limmee visitor this week. Aide Fred--Sure.Then'-b.afeUow' and- will road;sell splendid\ cheap fruit and or give trucking extremely land; FOR RENT '

; business into affairs In Illinois can be! put.. Wednaadar, January 71B- Comrade Matthews and wife of South aw-belp roe out. I'd like to bate that easy terms on same. S. W. Downing 12, .

shape ; H M Show, Baltimore: X t Huguley. Atlanta; Kentucky avenue, are visiting their pwett cousin of youahs learn an I 2-tf' FOR' RENT-Nearly three acres of
4 ...i ;?Ei-rGovernor B .S On Clnnioiiatl MA Carloton, Wuhlnr trucking land, with five-room house
v Land of Minnesota,and ; orange grove at Wildwood. about my-aw-*ood point, doocher FOR SALE-Bearing Orange Grove. ;,
,, -- 'son Norman, of' Everett Wash. toot K L Bin, BMobonvllla.' Ohio; H T Weld.Lakelsad fenced close in. Nelson Realty 08tf -
together Mrs. J. Miller will leave on Monday know. 700 trees 80 acres 14 acres '
l' with a party of prominent cap- ;,D W Jaooba and wife Clarkabt1rlf. old chap. 1 hammock pine, marsh! and prairie FOR RENT-Three acres of land and
... TtalUU, arrived in the city WednesdayS W Va.R: R Beadle, soil wll, WaTne.hu.Pa; for St. Petersburg where she will spend Pred-with I am ber belploc for two you hours yesterday land cottage, and packing house. five room house well located. immediate .

,evening and are cueats at the Gray- I R B Clark. Chicago; M W LnppoliJJLJA.tSnt! : the balance the winter. argued Next year's crop estimated at 6,000 possession. Nelson Realty Co.:
'
E I Dickey AIIant'FTMnoie. 8 C r:.. : trying to convince ber that you
These Sampler. ; 1-tf
stone. gentlemen seeking a re The . m Hold its next meetIng boxes. Cash or terms. Address,
muneratlvs *. W H liarS Atlanta: W P WlUlton. K e. Tork; weren't aa b'fool aa yon look*-
.' k. 5. down to this section investment.to inspect have the come'Ku. 8 H )(.,.....4. M D, Lakeland:T H Klrbr. Kan- with Mrs Squires.The Chicago T(.wa .- Owner Box 845, Kissimmee. Fla_48-tf FOR BENT-Eight acres of muck land; _

C aunmee prairie and investigate thewonderful ... City; 1 C Grier, JackconTlll> ; J C Ulntao.Baaford minstrel entertainment to be I FOR SA'LE-TWo lots; 50x100 feet; on good all plowed and on ready for planting; .
ground
t l ',..t stories they hay. heard regarding ; Jq I'D Kirkland, Tampa; II T Welch. given for the benefit of the band on Laughter. Aderhold at., near Broadway; $300.00 building water for ir' igation; plenty cash artovsian or, ..J' '.1.
; ; -It. Men of means in the North Lakeland; M Pry. Burgvttatown. P.; JokeLied will be 'an Small f
February 10th and llth Without laughter the human race each; for business or dwelling. shares. "N. A., Gazette ol ce. 6-lt
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.f W Minneapolis; Norman Llud, KreroU.Wa :
.L and eat are just beginning realize feet -
to 66x66 -
and lot. on
elaborate affair and is being rehearsed would nave wept Itself to death or exterminated House ISxZOr
t*, the wonderful possibilities of Florida b; J B Phllllpr.; Northfleld, Mien; Cba.W Fatboa Brack St., near Broadway; $500.00;
,: but now that they, are awakening. Fari.hMn St. Paul. lUau; W R VTorthea. Orlando nightly.. Itself long ago.' Suitable for business or dwelling.
hardly day passes but what some of ; M C Fowler KanMa:: Oily; > Smith. The Woman's Club will shortly havea beautiful: tragedy Is '.%abaorbte But Term.: half cant balance 1-2 yearsat HOME FOR SALE

them arrive Investigate and generally N.w Orleajat. B O Bitter. Chattanooga; W A "tag day" for the purpose tof- raising botb pathos and tragedy are Instantly 6 per cent. ..J. M. Willson Jr. .1 ,
; Invest, and Osceola county gets the 11:1: _... Atlanta; Max Harks, Atlanta; L rooted by tbe laogb. .1I I
major portion of them. Ross.!Cew York; H J Nlckenon.: New York; money to provide benches to b4t placed Four Room House in good repair .

.f j.. W LPaoe.naoCat; T W Pice. Dartow; U MCayoe about this town for the. use'of tired A MameraM Date.What WANTED good water new' fencSf
One of the most desirable sections of : ,ColDton, Kr; r Taylor, JacksoavilU; pedestrians. -' located m West ,.
class Kissimmee five
member of tbe can man
ic thecity for residential purposes, and K a Bliss, Orl.odo'J A WilliamS.:Jscksoavltle. silver medal of WANTED-Good girl for general housework -
The matron. contest
," ,.one that has hitherto been kept, off the j lion on' memorable date In Roman. t good pay and permanent employment blocks from Court House. .
market is that property owned by Con the W C T.UV will be given- early next hUtoryr tile teacher asked."Antony's to right party. Three m I I

tf? tractoro'ranlr Baas and, lying: immediately The New' Central month. The following contestants have 'with Cleopatra.". ventured servant house. Nelson Realty Co. A BARGAIN at '$1,250 ";, -

on the hard road, la North Kit.t. MrytU Belrd Cturlae "_Ulen. Samuel Al- entered: Mesdamea EdwardAddis, on*of tbe boys.-Bverj. body'*., J-tf ,
'simmce, just across tbe railroad track, beds, .,. Cloud: Mr falm.r and wlfa. obl-. Hamilton L Hoffman Battle \ Apply to -
Joseph . WANTED-Refined couples: or gentle iii
&y but Mr. Bass haa decided to offer the Ban Uriffln; Wlndnmer*; I 8 Btmttoa Par- dtlIzitttoa1.alrrtrlr. tae
''lotafersaIsandbaabadthetrsctur. horn; i kt Houoo,Ftttabvro J 8 Jollr,JaqkODrlUa Heard and Depew. Wll&t" men for several .nicely furnished
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F, ? veyed and streets laid out, and every ; B H Mamaid. M P. tajhlaad;. L power of good Omes.-LS55OO.. . rooms with bath the beat'meals the E. C. McKEE, Kissteee, Fla

,thing pat in ship-shape for a purchaser Barber, ToedG.Olllo; H K HlaaM.J....' City;, Old newspapers for ale at this office Old for sale. at this office market can afford-;; Comer Main and ....;

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