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: February 3, 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: VID00475
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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at once, and It was ,qulte.a surprise trials they were forced. to? Undergo In

: !IDJALCLIMATEls [ ] [[ to me. They. are showing, met around .; the early' '60,. "" 1 I SENATOR N. p. BJIYAPL I IS.
while 'here. Kissimmee Is a hustling In all it will be. the grandest oeca 'o: .
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, PROGRAM( OF EXERCISES \ ,. .
town; everybody seems energetic and 1.1 Kisslmmee's history and in years -

.. > the Principal Reason That' Induced anif>ltio e. The.boys from Phoenixville; V "to come St. Valentine's Day will'be'indissolulby Tlie'' sceola County Boy Wins a

Mr.' Dewitt Whitney of New have started, a 'colony,. and are going .lipked with' the; 1911 enVampment --
l : Etfcampmeiit Seat i in the Highest .
into the farmingbusiness.. I looked sie. of lh -G. A* R. veterans. legislative

' r:4: .. ... Yerk to locate' "ere. over. their",ground,, .whldt...-withthe .. ----..... r ,Chairman ..reonhuappointed.theforiowlng - Body on Earth.In .

: fe- proper management, will grow' any- ._ Florida Division O. A. R. - , citizens of the town to act . ,

N. lrIig the past monthsmany thing In the truck or fruit jin'e, I do-, [ .h as a reception committee who will meet 1 i our issue of last week stated
people from the North and West have not know. :whether the boys W'IU make all trains and otherwise do all in 'their we
KISSIMMEE,_ FLA_ ,,, .FEBRUARY _14-15, 191K \ I I.that NsJrVJJryan."WilLWjnthe Race.."
f come' KIsalmmee prospecting forapermanent good.farmers\ 'or not;but t"tried to give'th4U1 power to make the stay o.tthveteran ; which statement

' 1 home, and by far the larger I Ii. a little "advicer hav.ing"had" seme and their friends,with, us as pleas- I I I thorough Investigation was made,the after, III

i. .majority of them have_purchased property .: !xp.rleneealosg that line myself.' The- G. PARKER, GRAND MARSHAll .._ ant as possible: I.situation In Florida. The returns political of iI.I
and are now numbered among our I climate here i I.fine. and today you ace T M Murphy W.J Sears .IC Moore,.; the election
a on Tuesday bear ua out in
; actual residents, or will be as soon as l very comfortable.without a coat.'"' J R Gilbert W B Harris F W Stalker I making, that statement

: they can dispose of their bust-ess in 1 Meetings of Delegates to State Encampment will\, be held in court C K Prevatt C L Bandy, \V C. Basa, We have always had unbounded faith

their former homes. Among this number S B. AULTMAN'Sfield .room of: Osceola County Court House at A.' M. daily: :. M Katz, W-Darin., G W Bass, S L In the people, though sometimes they

Is Mr. DeWitt Whitney from Ark. Meetings of the Woman's Relief Corps will be held in the Baptist Lupfer, R T Butler, J M LeeB C make mistake*} and elect a man to office

-1:! .ville, N. Y. During the early winter .Church daily at 9 A. bI. Miller L H Ingram.; J R Graves, Jr, who has only private interest to serve,

he decided to make a trip to Florida field Lettuce: Brings. $U5 Per -4. Ladies of the G. A. R. Circle will meet in the Presbyterian I A B Jarell, J M Gardner, W S Harwell, but as a rule they think twice and read .

\: And aee for"himself if this state pos: Basket r.:'O, IL Church daily at 9 A.. M, : G B Woodair. W B Crawford, R D much before casting their votes.
and Wa ng, P A Vans Agnew, S S Snyder,
J, essed one-half the advantages possibilities tfr. Official headquarters will be at the Grayetone, and all visitors are Therefore, we were convinced that
the Florida If thereis anyone who..diep\- Rev. Vance, H N Bratton, C W Griffin, I,
It
{ claimed for by
; statement that Klammme will soon be- requested to call(there and register their names and receive when the merits of each candidate for
J W
\ ) down on the train hemet : Wilder, A G Hamilton E Mattocks -
1 Coming Senatorial honors and
press. badges. were weighed
shipping more: garden truck than: say H Fleming. R C Partin G E Tar-
..t. who spent last spring
trentleman FEBRUARY 14.
.1 a TUESDAY. I thoroughly understood, that Mr. Bryan
d- but wh6 returned to other town in Florida, they need onlyto 1 box, P F Twitchell, Joseph Els wick, ,
eummerhere, would be the
visit the vegetable/ farm of Mr. & The Grand Parade will take place at 1 P. 'M., and will form on Thomas George M Cosner, J E Whitman one selected.
during i ,
home for a stay I -
<< It is but natural
Pennsylvania that of Osceola
we
induced B. Aultmaiu which lies immediately Broadway, near the Christian: Church, and m..rch south on I Thos Van Diizor, J H Eby, S M

? thefall.. This gentleman hiin. to this alongside _,the railroad. track. in Wes* I Broadway to Emmett street, thence: west o'n- Emmett streetto I Cowger.:: C W Flt'minaJonSA Wood, county should feel proud of Mr. Bryan' ,
accompany for he
WhUqey to -- -- born reared
Mr. was among ua,
result-Mr. Whitney Ktsslrnmee. I Court House, divisioned as follows: W L Winn, F G Thomason, J L Moon,
city, with the. usual) among,, and only Moved away that ,
a permanently and Mr. Auitman i is making a specialtyof 1. Troop of young ladies riding horses. I II D Geiger, Dozier Llghtner, W W
to ocate he find intellect
decided and might room for his superior .
I home site of cabbage, lettuce celery potatoes 2. Kissimmee Cornet Band. Carson. T M Rivers, W B Makmson, ,
bfeautiful
has purchased a for to spread out and, perform the
trade
has closed a -
t and just
J M Hansel). J McPhatter. Triplet,
five acres adjoining Ov city limits on field of lettuce 3. Guest!! of honor in carriages. : work he is so ably fitted to do.
sale of his ten-acre
the
E LLesley
A E Donegan, J L Overstreet,
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the southwest. ., and that 4. Drum The latest returns show that Mr.Bryan's .
basket f. b.. Corps.
of for $1.35 per o. G F Porter, 11 M Pfann L.H I > l
I In apeaking to a representative the reasons that I' gentleman states that he will gather at i 5. G. ''A R. Society in columns of two. Cohoon H C Stanford F H Lawson, majority is a fraction.less than \ .
,
the Valley Gazette of baskets one thousand, which is a wonderfulgain
)i ", this plaNj his least fourJiundred: and fifty <6. Invited societies, including the vhnuusIIo'i..tie>4 of the city. G H Hrather, J W Thompson[ J W '*
make I. the
induced him to over vote In the first primary
home Mr. Whitney said: \ frpjn each, acre. only sixty I 7t, High School children fiHl) strng Miller; Emil Mach, L M Whidderf J Z when Mr. Ulount ledthe field by over mm
Mr. Aultman purchased
Roberson\ C E Franklin N C Bryan,
"The firAt thing that attracted m'I'h of land when ha began trucking, 21'. M., at Court Home.. Address of Welcome.\ Hon. C. A. Car- I three thousand. The vote in this county
r..a I Jv Lilly R 0 Meek, H Ii Bullock
town was the evenness was not as would liketo
attention' to your but aon.Music. unanimous an we
greatUas
perfec- a ltt4e overyeas ago so A S 2:>Nelson B Stephens, Hrv. F\lnkJ; '
of the climate-it i m abtuilutely I his" about ', have seen it, still it was sufficiently
six Band
that Kissimmee Cornet
succeeS By
ben
to . L M Marsh A S Gilbert! II W Thur-
expected
and such As I never | large to demonstrate! that a majority of '
__ H.n. weeks figo he acquired an additional of to the ( BHon./ T. M. Murphy flags
itself. ) efiough Dolivering the. Keys CIty. m. ,
earth. That in IH our lCopktksire' to be represented in
{ find on ten acres attjoimng him from an Italian the and of .lame by ,
the cold andfroei I ; Mayor, to Cpmmamler-m-Chief acceptance S W Downing F W Weliking, Henry .
mnn from ; th. Senate by a man who has never ,
make any ( six-acre tract I :
to and this week WlloCht the Commander, Comma"der-
Rev. J. O. Thompson Icjiartment or I Bei-lman, M II !I'orter, Oscar/lerby-
North decide that, Iic< here' was ,Iprt.f'rable west of been tainted(! with the corporation stick.i .
from Mr.1.\ .. &oberts.. just
I m-Chief. Blnre, D E Lowell I) Ulenis' J M Cochran '
to that where lhuvespent | all of whichhe i When. !N\ r. Bryan was informed that
I 4he High; School Building, Commander CV Coo Stanley, L M
portion of my existence; but condition for Lincoln's Birthday. Rev .1. O. Thoiiiptun, Department Barrett he hud been elected by the; people pf
the major in perfvcl
have
will
John Wiur\ Al J C L
Williams Hicks
of St.
Petersburg.
couple that with cxtremehealthfulnesD. i I [ Florida to a seat in the highest legislative '
|I fall planting./ WiMson, J W ( ,
HattJ. M. Jr. Simpson
the most fertile soil on earth. scenery to build r MUBIO i'atriotic. By St. Cloud Famous Drum Corps. and Kissirn- body on earth he said :
: . I It is Mr. Aultman'S'inteiHion, C A Cole, C Buckt-li.: / I
that can not be excelled in pjeturesqueneBS -I a large wart.house! on his *lrae>Kand the mee Cornet Hand. "" ,, / "I would like to have the papers state

and water that i is fiM pure as ever 1 railroad officials have agreed Kxrun a \ SongABy: St. Cloud Glee Club joined in by all present. that I lake this ift one method of expressing -'

came out of the ground and if seems I spur track to it, which will e 1ableffl 1 Benediction and Adjournment Rev S. S._ Snyder of Kind, Presbyterian LINCOLN HEIGHTS to my friends throughout the

: rather an idle question to ask why I to ship his produce at much less. co I Church Kiasimmee, Fla. I _" State my gratitude for the confidence

should'" select your town aa A place of and in better condition than he .ran at I '7:30 P. M. Grand Army Campfire at Court House, Music-, Songs Being Rapidly Put in ''Condition for expressed in me. As soon as I rest '.

residence for myself and, family. I present and Short Talks, KxpericMic: ,' etc., by leading Grand Armv 'I two or three days I will write some,per-
"Upon investigation I finil, ,that I <'?" Mr. Aultman's celery and potatoesare men'. I the Lot Sale on February 8th. sonal letters, but even that method will

_ !..... .,...... roiil.. rlu'HDL-r_. than I in Newilitriii advanced to WEDNESDAY; :, FEBRUARY 1":;. not enable me toreach: the many thous-
.t- 'enough have
*; iiiwvn j I not as yet far Mr. C). :S.:; Blanchard, who will I i
York goods' such as. dry Roods, ro'l estimate. their yield, though at present Proce SKin-G. A. R. Only. Will form at intersection of Broadway charge of the sallll of lots in Lincoln ands of my unknown loyal friends"

t f ceries' (.t(.. are cheaper[ and while I they show, every ,'vld'n'l' of an immense I andTktain streets at S :80( A. M., headed by> St. Cloud Drum Heights I):iHHimmee's. new addition I The following i ill the result of the vote

have been paying, sevnt>-f h\e dollars I crop. It wiH require fifteen cars Corps; *qll 'pass in'\ review of Commander-m-Chief ami the informs the Valley Gazette that he is cast in the county' :

for coal each winter to heat mv home I to transport... his cabbage to market. Governor ofsUie State near the band stand on Broadway then exerting every effort to get the streets It Precinct Bryan BlountI
of wood will furnish all the fuel . 179'' 6&
I a load I to tie) Court rkjuse, where the Annual Encampment will be and avenues of this. most picturesque
the . . . 9 6 -
needed for lu'Oting pdrpoHes during > to St. Cloud. place in perfect condition by the 8th:' I 2
not think it the lifE LENGTHENED held. At 3 P. M. *U wall pay a visit 3 7 28
And
year. you may the day on which lots\ will be placed on
. . . . . . ., . '
truth but the clothing bill of the aver- that'ho finds it to .. : 33 M.
sale-but impossible
Northern family ilTas much as thecroery the Winter Months i in : --------.-- ijiaye rolled of 5..i-..,. . ...;, ....,.'...4',"'. Jif0;',4-, : 9 ,
: age By Spending the streets ) on account ,>-'j '!!'\ "" 'tl/-
.bill would be for a family' in = ', . '," .,f',. itgt '..;'J,,' ... .. v.8 ,;:.J.J'.; .' 20 -
** the scarcity of labor; .. "
._ .. '
) 4:, 'I Kissimmee.< I ,' d ,tV"' 81tii.i } \;
this place. : t : Since! this'' adcl'tion was first advertised 17 ..., .""",', "' \t4t\ ) ,t ,, ; ", jd!*' :. 13_
'I : "Those are 3 points.1r"came South to Mr. Andrew Martin of Maiden Rock: 'I' numerous) Inquiries hay6 reached,8.\ir\n'w. \!;';' ,; ;1: ,1i;,; 4.iC'i.. : er. ', : .4KMl

.Th.- Investigate and I )have spared neither 'Wis., arrived irt the city on'Mond'ay Grand Celebration Mr. Blanchard as regards its exact '. --

pains money nor time hi -doing) it thor night, "antt-iwill remain here until late location, and the terms on which lots'! Totals, 248 199

oughly. Anyhow, I am content with B ring. This is Mr. Martin's fifth can be purchased and that gentleman I i THEn BAND STAND
my investigations, and will have a story I winter in Florida. four of which have to that Lincoln .
requests us say
Heightel
J t to tell my New York! friends when 1 re- \ been spent in Kissimmee, and, in speaking Is Near at Hand lies adjacent to the city on :;;-.

'turn there to close up my busihess' I to a representative of the Valley : south and west; that it overlooks Lake 1 Will Be Dedled:: With Appropriate

;. affairs, preparatory to moving ,jiere, Gazette he said.. that he was seventy- t! Tohopekaliga and is situated on high I !

:,', that will make their hair raise and the I five years old last July, and tjiat he was ,' I and rolling ground; that. flowi"- c.: rt.monies Tuesday NiIit.I !
t
I; old-timers sit up and wonder. satisfied.. his life had been prolonged by I wells be 0"A' arteth -

-JI "Then, the possibilities for the 'uusi his'coming to Florida in the winter, and "Wheji Hundreds of tirand Army Old Soldiers I,-ian?iiithat. ; can .-uned on any Iota I The handsome new band stand erected '

.... i V ness man as well as the agriculturist I especially by stopping in Kissimmee. And Their Friends Will Honor Kissimmee ---.-..- .- terras of sale are $10 down on Broadway at.the.intersection ofPOlsiell

. { are 'just about ten times as treat here I Mr.. Martin is very much gratified\ by |rend t5 per month, with 6 percent interest avenue, which was donated to

as they are in the North. At the rate I the
#: this state, and especially Kissimmee, Is visit here last winter, and says that he 820( old bond>U1 I be given with each by Mr. C. W. Ward, will be, formally ,
j
e. filling up with energetic Northerners knows of no town that has made such lot at the time ofVirchfise. which will dedicated Tuesday night. when the -.
1' f II I and Westerners and the exceedinglylow I! rapid progress. He thinks that. Kis- ,; be accepted as money aid'on lot until I band will render the following program '

price at which land can be bought; I'. simmee is an ideal place for both tour- Never before- in the history of Kis officers,, while the division commanderand 1 the 1st of March, and that a $5 gold 1. March . . ."...Brazen Coin'

- '- ', a man with little means can make himself lilts and settlers, and says that If he simmee has there been such a gather- staff will be here in full regalia j bond will\ be given every person who 2. March . . ..The Favorite U

1! ,.. Independent here in one-fifth' the was a younger man he would.!invest his ing of people as will take place on The local committee of arrangements sends him a purchaser. 8. Society Walt . . .". ., ...1<: .....

time he can In any other section of this l last'dollar in property here, as this section Tuesday the 14th, when the State Encampment have completed all details necessary to I .We. predict a quick sale of these lots 4. Schottische . .Little Sweetheart -

country. offers exceptional advantages and of the G. A. R. veterans the success of the encampment and the in Lincoln Heights, as that section of March.Megaphone bells a

.; "And then the people 'here are just opportunities. Mr. Martin is a guestof will be held here, and. the men will not comfort of those whoattend.. | the city Is' rapidly building up. Mr. 6. erenade ,: . . Lore Sentinel .

\ about the finest I ever came across. the Park Hotel, :where he will remain monopolize the whole. show, for the Mr. C. L. Bandy will have charge of Blanchard can be round at the Central 7. Mah* .Albanian'' ,

- They are extremely friendly and hos- during his stay'among us. ladies will occupy seats in the dress the headquarters, assisted by a dozen I Hotel and the local offices of the sales 8. Walta. . . . . . . . . .,.. . : ....., ; --

I' pi table, anil make you feel as if they circle in such numbers that it will tax J1 young men, which will be at the Gray- I agont is in the restaurant of Niemeyer . My LTtte( New Hampshire Jlrl :

\.t: wanted you to stay among them, and I Two WESTERNERS our town to the limit to care for them stone,.and.all who attend the encamp- j & Wiley 9. Serenade ... .TV . . . . .To Alice

" have not yet encountered a person but properly. The W. CT will have at ment are requested immediately onto 10. Waltz . . .SilverBell

, 'j who gladly gave me any information I least three hundred here to welcome arrival\, go to headquarters and reg-! EATING NEW POTATOES U. Washington ;
\ desired. Locate in Kissimmee Through Read- the national president Mrs. Belle C. later! their'names and receive badges 12. Medley Waltz. .Home, Sweet Home

. t "I am going to live here, and that, ing the Valley 1 Gazette. Harris, of Etnporia Kan., and Mrs. Ida when Mr. Bandy and his assistants will i I Although the band has.beeh-iorgan-

_I" too, just as soon asI can get my business Lest Wilson* 'Moorejttationa. ] secretary, of see that they are provided, with sleepIng -I I At the Graystone That Were Grown ized but a few months under the ad.
"*
t. affair. In the North arranged, and rush of our increased peopleahould business forget that in the Abilen Kan., both Of whom are highly quarters and. a 'place to procure i i on Hunter Co. Lands. ership of Professor Wiley it has tMeomoet ,

:, will leave in si few days for that purpose. came accomplished speakers' and singers; : meals. proficient,. and today''ranks wit '

. ." . work their way the Valley during Gazette the past year, the and will add greatly to the enjoymentof The school children will march in the I Some people in the North believe thati ome, of the leading bands of the 'state;

is doing In the exercises l. The ladies of the grand narade, which will take place on i 1 it Is nothing short of hot air'and tomy- The band boys are deserving of every -

KISSIMMEE! CLIMATE building mention the tip fact this' that town and county, we G. A. R. Circle will also hold their Tuesday, the 14 h, at 1 p.m., which i rot when we state that strawberries encouragement fronv our'citliens, and -

Rising Sun Mr. Larry Popeof annual meeting and many delegates to will make the! parade the largest and i 1! and new Irish potatoes are being eaten It is hoped they will gv and give free-
Ohio and Mr. Bernard to that order will be all of 1 here at this season of the but if ly for fund raise
; J. present; longest1! ever held by the G. A. R. in year, any for their malnnance. -
Ducat of
-:: - -- Is Such That One tan Be Lomfort- Grand Rapids, Ohio, nave which will make,our city the metropolis Florida. I j those people I will come to Kissimmee t- -

arrived m Kirsimmee and permanently of Inland Florida for those two days as I:I i l and register at the Graystone they will To this performance a,/general-
.J able Without Coat.- i The "camp Are" to be held in the
located. These
a I I ,
l. gentlemen: were induced I '
regards population. be servedwith new Irieh"potatoe. at invitation 'ta extended to aUgfrtairjie.-.
: to .come here court house grounds at 7:30: on the ; I'
The following Is an excerpt from a through reading .One of'the prettiest as well aa most dinner. ites, and there is no doubt but: "$\-a
:._-- letter: written by Mr. H. R. Penny- this paper, it having been sent t* them novel features the entire exercises night of the 14th will be one of those I The potatoes' that the Graystone In- large number will avail themselves'of
: of regular eld-time affairs-ibeana: coffee
packer to the Daily by courtesy our County Commissioners will be the l eludes in its bill of fare the
Republican published leading of the grand paradeby and bread-that always back i ; were grown on I opportunity of listening to some
'.. Ii at Phoenixville Pa. his they having become so obsessed bring the farm of the Hunter first-class
home a troop of half a hundred young lady I Land Company\ \ music.Pythian/: ,
t with the desire memories to the old soldier of the days
to
I see this wonde fu
town. While here Mr. Penny packer horseback riders. It Is possible that i on the Kissimmee prairie, some fifty
cannon's-
section after when the roar. instead of the
!
perusing the Gazette for
,.. stated to a representative the Valley never before has the spectacl been i miles JOuth of Kissimmee, and la an Sisters. ,
sweet of the housewife heard
months
two was
that song -
Gazette that the advantages Kissim they couldn't resist witnessed of a body of (air young ( evidence that vegetables of any variety All members of Kissimmee
: the calL throughout/ the land. But there'll M LodgiNo. !;
mee offered the homeseeker were superior I ladle. leading grizzly old warriors on i can be produced there much earlier 2, Pythian Sisters .-
Both. Messrs. Pope enough beans and cotr'ee'and bread for are earnestly -
and Ducat state;
to those of other place he the occasion of their annual t than at places further north-which fact
> any reunion, to be
requested present at their I ,.
that they found conditions here alI, and those three edibles aw: sufficient lodge '
,", had visited. The follows much and the makes the lands of the
excerpt of it will Hunter
: very novelty make it | Landj Thursday
1 better than to. bring good cheer to any_crowd, room evening, February, ;f.
they expected.'and ..
"When I reached here I found several 1 although all the "more pleating.It Company exceedingly valuable for the at 730 o'clock. [". '.1'
the {
; they own'property in'both' Kissimmee S especiallywhenl occasion will be > :
people from Phoenixville; they are Mr. "has not as yet been definitely settled enlivened by strains ot martial music i raising of either' fruits vegetables-or Refreshments .
and I .
: 4 and] Mrs. Elm? Kalp and daughter, city their Loughman.home. they will make' this that? the commander-in-chlef will 'be and speeches from scores of both Feds I field cropsN _*z g the meeting. #.

.-.4 Leroy Kulp; George-'McDonoogh and present but If it should be impossiblefor .and Confeds,. whose1 hair is now the The American Woman's Thursday'v; :': ,-
rt
League will f
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Joe Razor of Mont Clare. I did not Mr. W. C. Blackman .
i : ex- of Lakeland him to attend he wiU be fittingly I color of driven snow and( their ctieelu DiMt.at'the Chapter' House .
I j.; poet to see so many people from homeall wa In the city Tuesday on Monday I l Mr. Arthur "
represented f
by one tile national!show the fun ofthe .
::- -- '. . t ;'"" cans- and aft Tnoon' t3:45.: I L was in.the city .<

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OFFICIAL' PROGRAM which. was much enjoyed* by all : .


., The Town of St. Cloud guest The Beet Sugar Company, of *' i \: ..:,

Of the Orange County fair to Be Col.,, has...become! interested In us, ,..
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, I s Held 1-11.J'. !i. making inquiries They sent a. '\, ..
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MRS E; C. WESTdOTT Staff Correspondent. ffdruary I .I '
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beet
ovine sugar seed to 1>1 r.\Wh tl
AY. Vt ) which he.ha* planted, and whit I . t, : "
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't'4 \ TIJ.EfW: : the company, will anajtze diem: : and .. s ,, 1i :r .
'Dr. Cora K, Hyre. and Miss NeVa The W.:. C. 'T1. v.. silver medal mat t AutOParade-1Oa.m. .X .. .
I .. '7 tfti-ir, sugar making qualities are up \ "j.w-( : .
Large Othandc* visitors on Wed j roos' contekt to&k place Friday pight. .. , : ,
I were 1 4 opening' Exercisesa.m.. :. the marjs,.we hope to have a sugar I
A' lIellda).: .. I The (jfollowlitg contestant: : Address-Hon. W. I Palmer. tory here in'the near future. ..o--,: : fJ :i1.
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-- Mrs.. Edward 'A trep.the' G. W. Renn. v .

1 The sapper given.. ) for the benefit of.h .{Mr*. Dr. lI : Calkjns,: Mrs. i Address--Adt.lrus-JN.Forest Whitner.Lake. A SKl'lLLFUL SHOT. ./ .<'''t. ;

r .\} public school, fund last -Thuradayi I Battle( Mrs >Hoffman Mrs Joseph, I ; 'IS' I ; ,. ,
1 [Forniat Opt.nt\g-Pr..ident. Seth .,
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.evening was a financial success and Hamilton'and 'Mrs. N. Bride 'A foil Th. Way. tq Bring Down an- ;

netted about $40 for the continuation of I i report in next week's edition. Woodruff.* : . Incoming: Bird. '. I .1'I"

,the school term. 1 AFTERNOON ..' One of the cardinal! rules of tilt 'j \ : .,:
-' "" .. I Racing Harness and Running. time shooting' ncboor i ,
-. I' I eautlimjwl .I ro't .
[ ] i The "Spinsters' Return, given by Free Attract n8. .... gunner ,&g9lu ever trying to st6p t .',','
A
Iff planned for I
poverty party Is-fceing '"
talent from our sister city Kissimmee, Grand Carnival. overhead ine iutDK bird.: but"to I. 1I 1\
.... :the benefit of the W. It. C. riano-fund. I .. I;
"' Until It had pMMiMid, aud I .
,
't' on Tuesday night last, was a splendid. "Hurricane, the )ftacing Ostrich. liy to the .

il success, financially and otherwise. 'ic-Carter.. the. world's famous.: high and then take eliuiu-ea on what/ la undoubtedly J .. \,
: Mr. have"the r .
and Mrs. cane sympathy dK" tile.bard'r shot of the tn < I I.j
o?-Ure.colony in 'the loss of their er It ,i Is surprisingly bow, dfficu.lt! 4t .

l il! .little seven-months-old son, who died V. (:he W. C. T. U. met on. Monday Band! Concert' by the famous Italian for some sporuiueu to ,uc<: .j I I :s ;

on Tuesday last. ' Jad. iW mi.! at 2:341;:( p. m.1'h. Band. "X: score on their tacomlug bll'dll. I I I .'a 1I 1

e f'.Ii'J..t.j< M4t Preacutt, presided EDVESBAY.Y. who can seemingly cojve-wltli game (t.. : ,.
returned Band Concert 10 a.m. < any other mode of flight will, baliltunl/ I a e' ;. '
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Mrs. W. .
J. Squires rhas : I ,
TIW Attractions-11 a.m.: I ly balk a$ thin shot fliid acknJw4od j". \I 'r/
home from visit with St. Openfhg Song The Whiskey "Shops f
a delightful their n, II I
XScripture Pemonstration Prof. W. ,v. Yothrs Inability to make It. k
i friends. Must Co. \
Petersburg
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WhiteEAperiment Yet once Its principle !In .
of the Orange County '
i&ger \
Mrs I'rescott !
Reading bj, the
and 1811"01l..nru.'tl. the , I
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Italian, who.will illus-
Mrs Kate Scott is \ittmg'in Branirn- 37th Ptalm of luionnrr
au overhead IK as easy )) ..J
trateNjji't methods of exte urinating
? town. +'i, Prayer by Mrs. WoodurdSongi anything cau well be. The miss 1st nl ,
(WI.t.t (Hour of }'ra) 'r. white fly and other insect pests to ways made by the sportsman fcbootlog ,\

.. s The chicken dinner given last Vind- Mrs Mills brought papers to how citrnfruit" ojjture. Prof. Yothers, hasmailp undor and behind the blvd nail' I :,

nesday by* the'la, eIl4 lodge of Kebeccas the ladies, of theV: C. T. U.: what ; n thorough stud, of this subject/ there Is, but one way la which thy ".; ...
for : and has vsJuatn- information ror !.. t6be n voided.To : ,
for the benefit of the brass "band of St. WE're.lnjC thrown over the streets of tsars i
., Jp rtjl0 citrus fru make the shot the should. .
tf' grewers. gunner "
F Clould, proved all that the .best. epicures St Cloud and!! I.rngJ.ut into the wall -
t wait until the bin) ,Ii nl>oTit to pin.over ;'
.r ,could desire, and:! nvUeU-a handsome pockets of the \\'. C. T. L". at the sta- AFTfR-OQ"J': : ;
him then l'rlri'ln' ) up his t lie, and reading lit for '1', '!". :( ;1(1( .
Bum for the object forwl.ichyt. post'ifliie : .not follow In from behind cover tli. .- iinl' af ;

i e was given. any oni-' '1'ln-x- penunare vt.rj ,lespiitfulU ILrg- and\ 'u" lag/ In ulii-ud (if It nod iiinlntalninj

mvitidnot! tn put any more/ TIIIH.ill 'ItS PX)' : the. :sline: rate of pec'd, pn..suljigvr r
I (d iHme, l 111jII i : Kiil.itOrn ,
t Theby progressive> m.itI1t1', : JI\I'II oT thin t |I.a"r| in .11,:. |iupt-rt" ; of theN ; .ii n \ t" Ibis .lu>.t iii the bird U )dud

Mrs. J. H. West i'oil for ft..1 lunmr \ '. f' T. r( ..n, 'II ..u IK.hind the tiarri! Ih, nut,1: .:' -

I rack Kv.-."it-. till t.shag; of th.' gnu and be sure tin- ?
League, on Thurwlaj: evening( proved Hi" run u'' of l tl> !"a-t! meeting were
y a delightful rlfair and i.a" (greatly en r..udbrth. -iiiitrfr.. 'Mrllami'lun\ "I'.. n i u. pimpinj/' ', /. 'pi"tl' J? the tianv iJll"h- 1i tints: dlsappe] +ii'ed. fr"isljt. .

and n -'j'' ,,,il.<'r ir.imi'. | PMIi.<* shooter will ol"-.crM': tin-. .
thichildren
joyed by icople . .
dA4 young/ in i. CPI) rot < .
.. At loi-'t-of the des : u TJKI' -."'(-., rUlrb. "I IN' "lIrJrl"'I1 how ..a-I\, .
the ,
present. garni Ihin mlunr, in.uU-i, nyMr-; '
4'.1 . and] Inuit. iblXln) ,'l'l' kill hhs
'I.t I l.r: ..j HII I . : Ica I I I1! ,III\ I' '. :2? : : l.iHl
1 ,, I
licious refri.i>hrn< ntwi. -rt "I. Hun"ill.,i? au" ..1 i -i r" ,:'C .1 I I > :Mi, -. Aln.aud h-; ito I f.ltlull,

-' t'ia', vi. .1 ,"eiM 1 Fntl. ..-" \\'Iilla..r... ', .i,,.''- I Ki: g

!F..I.I I 17. KJI] .'' i ,;t: I I1 tins: . :.
Contractor ('aily. .. ,, , :M I"' Ii". F'r. ."tt rat t.'i.,.: W1SHBO
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> from his, '''Jlr.,- city t I', ov. rlmik tiework t. '.1',1-' rtl. rre .pe" at) pm

being done on the lan'suuu: 1"-I 1l1'r, MUl'VI.ri On Their Shape Depends theBirds' rce o'

ingston :..t..morial1..IIIf"It: '! i Iourf''.'. ','.I 1 Ii... ,.. '. :.1 I :a I I".:atufu: ,. i' 1 I.'I C ,..\ .. ., '- l>av'. Wing Strokes. Located midvvay between St. Cloud

which IK rapidly| | bung| "nr.|.1, "t.-I ;sail .,1 t t'' U ", ". ". r t 1.. \\'. (c' 'I' I I' E .'.,< ,,1 t :rt,: al l lea) S.1 l<"nti-i' .i''''I| the t .:\vl-h1.) '.nfuri .<.. I and Kissiinjiicc, u hard marl) road is beiiiU -

j Will I b< lldl, tl-l. d| )in 1 itl' .lAJt f?.'.I, W ,, ,I- ,: K ,,' '" ,t ti o' F,.,'1 !i.ir V '\i. Ili'-\, 'I ", 'it \\ t',1, I r"-' -ul.i, nLd, it I N .1 I ile uiilini." of,1 I built coiuicc.tiiiK theses
.'t'l I ]FI'''r :. ''i' .. n, '- o tou us so
Ii Ion t' i are. In Iii u. i nrn ,11.,1', /bones 1 11 hro ,

,t't Com rack li< < /r i i .", ,un.,. I . .. .. . r ;i I.,: h .il,)" it \ >\' ., '.1 II, ..r .'. ., II. rI .rite i lIe,, I "nun' .if tin- ..11',1,.... "r.( that nlicn completed it "i ill) ) be possible) :

very inar beug. ,i tiiK ' ., ,' ''' /- ... ....-\,., :\' ,., ,'J"-! .': I ",. : .',I.uu'h i : win,.' il"t" turn III.. un'Iriui' ''. I I.i drive off this' farm 011 to u marl) road .. .

less hunter u /11 .i > "u .\ tflew ., tl I. . : ",'" i. i I J';..., '.s.,1. I I ,'', . ,. I I I 1C ?.. f1t;.:"I. Ctl' 1 to a prl \ cnlent and can drive to f.. :
'. ..' . .. . ,.., I'un "r n-nllrr.utte) the ," '' ', .
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r I Illl I ,
\ ." f..ir t' I i. .I .4' .I.Ill I II cithcr oHii in thirt
1 through) tt.1 fm. t '. " '. ''.i the '... > itiimitcs or )less
of ,
,' vr? f 11 I'<" birds \\ in-' \
i escaped Mr.1 l I">i"i k..t'us., .' .J' r I .* n ,. ., _>L';"'J. ; I '' r. M,. I .. > 'I', : "I "" "'Ii, Ills 'n".li I, lill"" II| I.i In.I I, .I. This farHi eOl1tuins'67t awes of land

n In'I 'J! ., ,, . .. . . , !i'.:, :., _J JI ,
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was 'jlnK on "t '? r. "iireiiivid 'j in-ill- lewI i I .> u lilon uf Inv wu.z, cud fronting 011 iKbeaiitifnI) lake
. for
J It l He...' !1.I 1. more than
I. :
a 1I'n'.1./ L .mI i. t' I IHhy ta I h i ". -'ii( I 1JJt l n, ., i- ii' t In iUp' iiinnni, II"I mi lieiilin ,"..f '
't, I ii; 1 KM "< .'. I L ., U mile hus' a fTnc beach cnn build right'
a ill still sufi( ring -" \\ i 'I I (I' thtl.u r binir! .il\ iti-i-iou-; if tin. "\ !

. _._ --,- : : <. 'I 1 ,w ,' ';,' '. "- KlilUi. Hie. hu.i, .,(MI 1Jl'III"r r.O i i- If up close to waters>edyc if desired. About

-- M I i,1 I 1'i's- .till. thfrcf'iro. .i ", r. <' Mnl l I N In the d.iUi -too() ) acres of prairie 11 this farm
it", ... :., -r..o:;; ,} , rich
i !. to 'ling, ,
f. VI'- ri'n'' "
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r- of ikmirii'lili- .
TRACYBOROUGH "K.,. .::1'i i : n: n uirnto ilht; m
l.: 1 '/ffffl? 'H '. I tl,1I II." 'I "'.'i Ii"I t n.eo-! ILu I .r i .n: II.in., ,- rice .i-i left In' Its flight, It iiiu-t !be fliti-ij nltli deep muck: soil) smite qHeiidid I pine tim

I,1' ( '' ' I 1..11 I i '; Iti.i I./I, i U: duly, iur"Ii.,.. !IM :u-. a ''"I.IIt."IIc, "II"IIIIt..r, wltb.tuuliirg I : ; her ui : d some excellent) ) hammock land.

Hems of Interest from Our Regular tiyII .. ,1 t Ir! "" al\ nr" t."' I If j f ba i u rlrr' the LM-II -on.lillor tli.- wlnn. !: t-tniko "n- This hammock land is -e.xceettkjmly) fine ,
I 1Luriff. the "IIP .Idin h,"n tinu'V ompnpliM )li\ "
I >,' : t.itnil.tavcd; !: . citrus fruit
land
) '
''I"'l' i' rniiiTii iTii i-l t Ile 1'--; urcftdsomc fituidred
I Weekly Corrt pondent."llonx at1 rII.h.u: : ..rt%, ....i j l troil.trn IIC'il 1 u ui' the uiiji i iI i- _..
ITT Ptt; *"r' the" i l'II""n ,. I Lnil l JI, the .'..1.. or more orange trees in bearing. tr

ri !-; 'w Mi'l Ftouud" 'roil: I II?M,. ,1. "n u'I i I i-'f i "II 1 . :", .- ant Mnls, i/.r Its. .1.-1 tlnt, t tub a .,ui. .\ room house, '\uell stable etc.. This J
( "f t i I I i 'I I- II 'I.t., ,.i' M.ut.'iIn . Ian
Found. will i ,?tituti-, ' tli'. t I. rr t I.' I'r A "i.'tur t a fun' ulii thnt I N .1 |perfr'1 t 1 l.mn: ,inOP M1r'r could I
be into
i "' "I t ..111\ del I I'U'r'W} ,if" cut smaller tracts
'IT -* \
I II and
t : i ib sold
7 which 've dear. I.., i.a-<- t luiit, < n. 'lur J' t c; II Ii. w hl.-h'. lit \ 111',.,tiee with) the i ,
r last from Simmon-v ,,"h, ft..d,I .1 't n- t <*' I. urr.ie. : ,!'a', .1.. !d i ti. :' KpoueHO ... C'.ihlcer! Ii., whlili ,is i Ihr.hupc. uf Un"wlxhlxiiii" out at u prcat profit. Can he bought on

after )ouo.l,,, II tl.' ntlruj.: \\'Illlir.,1 uf mir i'tiniiKin fowl The most fa orablc terms of
r' turn home, and U.- prop h< :. wIrv ful-! DAVENPORTItems payment. Price
C -, thatYI- An, one., rf tint ent.p'-! fur., ulll I- i-t ery here ('huh illvStrunjf '. O.O(
(
'filled on Sunday tin.i'J'ni: 11-t 1. :\\ In'n. $; ) per acre. Will guarantee to sell 1
i s rahert- ih.-good! niil, di',irn, "'iatu, . and, I LI"l :,- 'Iliu"' pl'lllts "f \\<-lll., j
with our original ipvil'adi. h,'nt'ifoie"described of this I i
I '' a part land at $75 (00 to $100
theor> that majorities ihould rule andminorities Df-t that iniikt our fport of breaking per '
we started on our homeward of f Interest from That Thriving the iHlitxine" ,. ,sslble.. .
.ofoj fw Iliirpi-r's acre, especially that nearest the '
I quietly suKmit wa out lake.
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h .bound journey. We had proceeded( buts ,l{r,-to': armfng'', rse1v '.;''Wi\IF/l"ltick?%\ / i Ir .. .:. '. little 1own'Theinew .' ,.: , ,"'e(,! IJ', .. ,t.., '. j . . ', ., >, .-,: "' : : ,.
approaching : I-
miles when automobile > ;
rew, an! / j + "thuVombatanU I'\ .' ." \ .. , / ,,. : , .
separated !\ | / 'j \ ., \, '" [. ;, .r < ,I ,
, caused us to'move, from the, road .r k I ; .store,- building! Lt'lot1gin ,toMrwjMonahonwasvi 'J' Lord Brougham's Oratory) S ,:'" J' " .1' I, '" < ". '. ..! '" f, .'' .. ... it
and make! ;' roomlj/ for.. the', JI1ons1er.t.ut,1" ;* I'' Mru 1BghaDonegan4jpeid'ushte'dsuatweeidy'visit.? "'' | ) !;: !.J 1 '.christened.1 jn real 1:00'e: bine'iio',' orator!!! the leaar like f ''J,"*'. .''fi.'.'.'.'' r." -'t, ,
( S .
Jfe particular favorite
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: -], Lord Uroufe'liani slnco" the 'close ofBrougham'K : '
._ when opposite ouf vanguard the thing;I ()old-fashioned style. Tuesday evening, : :-::.: ,
,at the Inn and ahvayV a welcome'' 1'1"'lIclr..er.. Everything .
stopped, and much to our delight we whew) its owniT.turned it oVer to Daven- '
v'ici tor. that .."Iun' unit] duo far as appear ".
found its-contents to consist of four of pi>it fur the evening Everybody t went
nii c, and 1 voice were concerned
The undergrowth! in the, woods. has inuaiicr
I j Kiseimmee's most distinguished citizens and 1 i-verjbody! young and old danced, Ihl1lJud done\ to prevent hfra from
b> en burnt in localities and thesplendid
many I. I
representing themselves. a of and ever.vbixij' had a grand good time. befog a (Treat .orator and ;jet a great .
that I
church-going delegation. Where the crop grass m springing The music was furnished In Mi."sen MeAffie orator he undoubtedly I was. I wonder

church is situated on the route they' therefrom in canning a great improve and Codington. at the piano accompanied what the house. of lords Just now

were moving over deponent knowethnot ment on the Governor's cattle even at by M r. Uanlstrom) with, his would think ..f a Leer who gesticulated : Would be glad to have -
I '
tins. early date By the middle of Feb- and bellow88! Brougham WRSI somebody pur- ,
; but after partaking of the spiritual' clanc/net and. Master James Codmgton ,.
J I ruarv it is estimated that the; accumulated In the habit of doing. Hut Ijt I was !Impossible
comforts: which were freely diupengadwith i with his snare drum The new story) I
will to listen to Brougham and chase this '
growth create fine
we felt satisfied that great dealof as a range I building is up-to-date in every respect, proposition and allow it to abe :
: not be tarried by the force of
as! most countries can afford! in the, late : away / : : .
y enthusiasm could be infused among spring. There have been .losses: I well: finished, and will also contain the bin Intellect by his torrent of words, I .

church members by the logical manner I no :, po toffice, which will be Conducted by by the sudden whirl aud eddy of bill j I I sub-divided and j
give
worth mentioning during the I I us a
they had of introducing the subject. pre..ntwinter i Mr. Dodge as usual. They: expect to rapid Illustrations; and by the longer | I i,
and the cow will be in '
,
After a pleasant chat and an interchange range i move into the new building this week and shorter ptretrbes of quietude and I I \,

of budgets, during which period early milking order. And be ready for business Monday repose into which his argument occasionally I I 'selling contract. I '
I' Seated 6n the of the Inn McCarI
porch Tracy_ { flowed.-From Justin I .
an Ink episode, narrated at our expense morning with a fine, new, up-fco-date ,
I and looking forth the beauties of ;
on nature thy's :"Reminiscences"History. I (
I produced considerable merriment. We stock of everything, with dry woods, / -,

continued our journey, this,! spiritual we can hardly c conceive how our hardware and ,groceries.! Mr. Zellers >,
Northern friends retrain aw'ay I I :
can / from .
manifestation keeping us well tuned up will place in the building some fine gaslights (
lUstory Is made one set of men .
us, nor how Floridian endorse by '
) can
"r for the remaining distance. Your correspondent any which will do away with the old '
that hymn- I and written by another. I ;rl i
neglected to state that the t .' lamps. All things,considered, the place The character of th&-,rltteD history I .
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contents of said automobile were the I would_ not live always I ask not to in a credit to Davenport and to the gentlemen depends upon the politicsof the his

Honorable Arther E. Donegan and Where stay who wiU do business therein. torian. ft,
storm after storm rises dark j
1 brother, and P. A. Vans Agnew and o'er the way. The next thing of imdortance which oc- Most histories .are written manyyears ; )

"ilrotheNo: other incident worthy of Most of us are like the girl was when curs will be a flag raising on the new after the history was made. In, We also have 390 acres, about three' .
DOte was When it these ,circumstances no one can step .
encountered. nearing building, and should be a public one.
bet mother told her that she was too forward and dispute tbe historian I quarters of a mile from.the city limits of
Mr. John Crosby' we met Mr. Hardy Uncle Sam says the stars and stripes :
I '
old to play with the boys. "Why, History I. studied at school and for : Kissimmee and
Simmons and Alec Bass in a buggy, must float over all government buildings extending within half. a
M Mother, she replied, .!the older we home I
gotten-at
and on arriving at the Crosby mansion I and as this one contains the poet. mite of another railroad station. Thus
gets, the better we like 'em. So it II We are told to judge .the future by; I ';
i found the lady of the house and Miss with good old mother earth-the olderwe I office, it may be called a government the past and after we read the his givingbest of railroad advantages, also

Connie on the porch. Arriving at the get the better we like it. building. We wish the gentlemen success torte we are as badly muddled as] i 1 finest of High School and Church privil :.
Inn we were greeted by Mr. Homer .
I'm not through with my budget, but I ever. | I eges. This land is owned '
by
Bass and John who There is another but a non-resi _
1- Story, occupied have included much foolishness thing which should Some statesmen make history, t
so dent. It is
--jf, feats on the front piazza. Proceeding desire halt. be done soon, and that is to raise a fine mos( of them make speeches.-Judge. I I good, healthy, well drained I
pose you a SUP'I
to the kitchen we found the new flag over the new school house.; ; land, exceedingly fine..for citrus fruit and ,
O'Great's H...... I I
I John
guished hostess Mrs.distin-j that children Full
entertaining trucking.
- our may not forget the respect particulars to interested
I I John Croat's house was formerlysltnatld j .
Story and Miss Della Ba... we have been taught for the symbol I parties. Address' -
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Brenau College Notes.On on I'uncannbj head tbe most : .
t thur Simmons cjiief director of our of freedom .' 1
northerlypolnt. of fJrent Britain It ..
town, returned home the same evening Monday evening, January 23, Miss On Friday the children will celebrate took Its name from John of Groat or'j'' 'I

4 We found the borough nearly in the Mary Carson of Kmpimmee Fla., made Arbor Day "by planting ornamental treesin Croat and his brother, who came It ,

same condition as when we lefl it. her first appearance as a vocal star eta the school grounds! and fitting/ exercises la sold from/ Hullund/ about 1480. The

The Governor is still attending court student's recital at Brenau College in the, evening expression so often beard "From John I Nelson Realty '

I ,. Farming operations on the Tracy Conservatory, Gainesville. (;a. Miss i There is another new tent on the border O'Oroafs to1 Land's End," means the I q

plantation are on the progressive order. Carson i is studying under Hubert Clyde ( of Davenport It it* occupied, by whole, length of Great Britain from .

y Corn that was planted about ten days LiiiHCott, and sang very sweetly "OnceIn :: Mr. K.'II/ Belmore, of Auiora. Ill aurlh to south, like the other ex- j

ago is up and has a good ,healthy appearance A Purple Twilight, by Cowlen. This adds another bachelor to Daven presslon. "From Dan to Beersheba," ,I CompanyOver! /

and the present growing Miss Virginia Makinson, president, of''port's already long list. meaning tbe entire length'of) paleStine.j I ... -(

t, weather has !given it a beautiful start the freshman class of Urenau College, j! Davenport should put a tax on hachelorenot The Important ....

.". R. W. Simmons was at the Inn has been ill for the past. week but is to 'scare them away but to "What was the matter with that cus. I Citizens Bank

on tay-over-nlght visit during the now able to resume her studies. MmslMakmson hurry them up a little. Some 9f them ,'toner asked the proprietor of the Kissimmee I

'week inginjt with him ''a complete' is a member of the Alpha': are bashful, but with this tine lot of swell restaurant. | I' Florida --i '

tu orWjiittler new Mr.lull Nettle Delta Phi Sorority. She is. making a''' girls we have, they ought lo be as- When he was through his dinner" i| < ;

r : made us a similar visit on his way splendid record in the oratory (d.-part-I lined. explained the waiter excitedly, "be (

to'court. 'I| ment of the college. Saturday being the bi< Ihjlay! anniversary asked for his check, and when I gave /

i a 'ThereIs a new arrival at Mr. Tom,' Florence M. Rohr, of Adelaide) Woods, she celebratedit It to him he Just simply went crazy." I| I I
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\ "But did he as'Jie went? .
JJull"-it" pay - -
A boy. But our friend. .
f .; I Correspondent. by having a picnic at Lower Lake, Catholic Standard and Tim. < -- -
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\> ,' ".' :" .. l. oodd. lends. ,,'t\\9; nece'.a;arljf! ) ,being, !q-t the tail"and noN(.:practte4! ) and )l'Olt'.1) : I Outfe tthe:; Iiiire l'' ';" .".

Devetfipmenf) ,,of t eLOWLafids say forced onto ;our conskle/ation/ end tfl<1'', not to say lucrative scheme, a degree -Prow4 :

our(Immedia e.attenUon for adjustment f of credit and! uf merit, not usually I .
ort .elucidation ; ina taken''into consideration.: ,. And besides, ,
of Florida. toy ; particularly, -
: / the Kidneys Help vnd Many
; ; .mu
x. -, widespread failure, Ie 1 bjr 911; and: la at;. one time tabooed pi'oJ' >
: BY JACOB SHANIBARGER)'. everywhere; wished und hoped to bo.avoided I of- turning tiny account these,',.as't.81'eae :'. -. eta

L.: t ... : and averted. I o." FKriJii flat woods. : i"1 I ''ThrotaOuttbe J.intl'-' I'
11)"e) ;
the hcaiijof\ "' And particularly io, .Jni umucl as these __Just what jrt'rnilns yo be jjcpe) j.'ith : THE.
: : : Aa elated at; the previous } j Th kidney*-(I."d'Jinitf; !. j LAUNCH LINDA CAPT. WELCH -
t 'foti.iid'iti very (vast aceas of)' lauds!\ cannot fail the'o.tUi.'r," .alniiUiV immense! jc"jiesof i ''+ . ,
;article; wblch you agreeable/ to !I Thins arq v ct\+orkrd'! t'.1 t(, get h" .. . .. ;
'glve to in columns last;i ii )!. ultimately l ''to beeom*, IImo 'Jr .th0 friostvaluabl Florlda' surf ace, 1a ''left to belaleft t 'OUt.bV. th bUwH(] ' I'I'l'I t
;tIpaee your "l I of Florida's '6< thin at I 'or future atrrleutturtil.. geniuseeand ,t JrOJHOIl! .1 fiUjt'l'wJ ; ; Leaves City Dock!< Dally at 8SO: a. ;. and 2:00'p.: m.
,a i:! IJuly, 80, in.due: ;,reipects to tMl'tttt.icle1' Terlngs; l'I "they'" "v getting worse i -.v lry l&ntlte-.1 Rlt4rns.at 1 1 :.50 a. mIl, and. S'.t)0) '
l li' 1 irmloe .. .p. m.
t; ,ea to yf>ur'Riving f jt a. place 'arid ad misroii least, as ,looked upon by .per-sonslIftd) I. ::VexperimenLiTrH'' to \ ;; .yet,' Will you help! them. 7 .

; ;' :the start thit you kiiidiy gave :; lndiviUualawhose It nowledga.geologJ j lsliblfld that sucfe''will 'till atel-will eteiitvatwfi teadlly, .,_.Uoan'a! JCidney Pills have, I'Q'ght.i'; i .' H '----FOR---- I. .. .. dl
t'esult'or ,
- ..1, Jo that! writing oV document it may'bo rally, ngltieultdraf ,. and .otberwletl; If hot speedily1 1' thousands_ vf.tr oJ1,eyBuRei'eiaLack from I . : . l .
"t ;noted, pave'rise to its bejng printed ;in ':. \its off marked value and tai-ho-': pr"lIl.hn&bl, and atrdnely so and la' the verge of despair' ., i i'UtWAI 'e r .'HUNTiNG ... '
lI/trlJultur/J11
.':: held in esteem; all-! 'this again; after' among the\" 1 1L.Ult9t tl' of our / / .K- Park 1, Ira ..
four o.f the writer's.liomts\ J.l.ra-p I \\ any Xs>rm of kidney; trouble: i''; ISlInm.OO? '4 {' : .
::' alta..iU) getting into e1r ular form, with nlid subpeijucnt' to the, or to,.<*eiU4n; ; 1 I['and needfulpVigresa..;others needful because I"ntilllofF'j Mrs n...1.":J Sauver, ICinsimnice, Fla., I : ::; .
'of climaUc illci .FISHING.9ATI1In6t.
I
.gricultJ'aJ the a id. i \ '
j
n ; more at J Ivss exacting conditions \. ,
I t' says ,
,< )' [ .. ft>rospect of) 'a rciasue-Mlitioii. < : "My back Relied eonetaijlly! and j 1 ,
A I k While the previous arti.:l<* had to do .aticl. rvqliircmeiTts\\ \ being and features rldu iiiv'itatjoh. : Needful, \ made I'IW ijusfrablc.' Every time li : ,j :
; Iftecondlg, 'becuiiae' ofthe unuauallyi .
K vinff been compKeJ with. : lift
with lnucH.lI&n.ds.,8\JcI\ ntutipi'J auenined luffi't'
"i ." tnap particularly : or to my .
''1: : , as ntrtniriH or as was gained oit the 1'ttflr Take', for illuatration, the all but .i,I multiijlicd numUiru! ) not to say hosts, uifT wait jni'rensed. 1 could. not roitt | ..4m.t 4ee..' .; eEM; .VF\t.; ..Y....-ls.MVIYI........a 1 i.s............ s....1.. kltBt.S... o

., rN':td, Farm, and surroundings; such as worldwide famous HMStln i I rail: of- pnoplc and settlers, that the like JUJBpmtnted J i well! lill
n,:' t tQt tt l'fitiO/I'tI/ l in the Two trip ma.le',. l potat.rtrep.ioii" ;; anti which la now being :I \ ';nutnbf; wf land. )promoters' are !' !(\lid. I filially U'urned.of.lhe ?(ffccttv : : KISSIMMEE: DKI-TQ CO \
i. dil.ct..d'VR.rd still other. IU') ll\gwilhiriVlori.u'lI 1 borders; (oj>u<-- ; :
IVofitably. *
\ aomewhat I .
a for the innpttctiun of the vast I' ness of'. lloan'B.Kidney!! Pills l in such 4 I. '
.
; cued; ) thcwntodomaiua previously oi'cu-
:
not '
'; rcd.irti.tUon effort, having been made .OKjriruhural-is/iucioltioH!." /' asdccuMion. f fIJI cases und ]procured) l a boa from.Thi KinI y'. . .. :
.
'''1 to \ < E-.tll, or )yet''' <.... atJ'now being "aeat..t ImCrl'lIlIiHlyLv : S CARRIES A COMPLETE\ LINE Oft \ .
l hay.t'ml'rgtI\ -y stti g ;in'une. D'rugXJlo. i t;
K md Laleeout
I : .In'' the' (Oranjfu ty) Apop) I; TbCygave mepromttreticf
# stores { n.wiiiill, i
i 1I naval ("turiiVntine), |
', / UB region, etc, with a jiore remote :dfctutes. | and in a short: lime cnri'rly re- r t i.
.:.. view, and ait, was liinU'i ut reurding, 1 I I I Tlila rt'lL lon, it will bp founH, ir not 'Hull) tifnber ll'H| Aratorik; needful, Jlli .rdjly l-ninvetl; the bllt kach" win! kidney weak- j;. D'RO''GS" "4'i"
I II II in because of the fact of F4 r- ; 1yA
.,. '" the (staggi'ringEvergladeathvmselv's; ) : ; ''only' < "Hat( wui>(!$, but its Itat wood of '' part I I ness. : ]i.,... I Ii
Ida 'a general altHudi atooYi' sea level .
I I such low' altitude, l topographically) : ; '
., and ;in the work of travertin. ) [lid ex- | a ) i-'otr sale by aH denlers. Price SO ci*. ..1.. -- Vit ---
plorj'iTK;'. which vast om,1 i a, for say 1 I I considered;; aR to -be uuiiovptible.to, or :| and so making, / presumably' rotionu '"l i' o.ter-Mjllourn Co., Hulfalo, N. )'..1161 le '. .
the belief, ii prartkrcdehiptiun! ulti- *
and |
perhaps] |) five\ y"urll.)1" WrMi-r' wnuld to be mad yel more valuable lutili 1 'ifeiu for the, United Slates.. i i DRU(3GISTS-f SUNDRIES STTIONERY *
\like to engage; lirri-us, then, the a" ..ilnole by the anenc-y, or:> inetr rtii'U'ly of avry extensive<; J or 1 I-m.b"f: the flame Uoui/o-JintJi 1! *... .. t
of arU-siiin i we''s: or unurU j proportion of all, or a't leaelvely much \
forfnfr article had to 'do 'more dirrrtly mentality i take no other: ,
f ian water-bupply' for the put-ptma. of and largeacreage of much all these I mF igeggggg! gggig 44..44 i 4e.Y g i 44 M+a11i444 Y81+Y4 Y444tYi.giittCt411t:
of lands in >
'j.| with that feature, or class, > I \
---:- -.: this instance, Oio) turn of ufTuirn in! [emergency and needy irriRn.Vion. at i' land : N.>t'\ful.! fourthly) ..b>'.<;;sfuMe' .t'1'of; ,., . lorida Maps. ... va

I more ipecifirally to deal with what may timos to supply) the imperative nloi..tl' presumable amt FIt>riJ.needed. iiossitiililic I. vunl, yet e |I. Upon rereiptof 20(; ..t'ntsat the VulleyGait -------ks,..," '_,.,',.._..,".".',',."..."..,.,".".-,.,".".,.."..,..".....,..,...,...
; .hf termed our KlaJrWooJa! lands, and of being exulted\; regularly hy certain' prosper| i-l ; Ai.: j< I' :tte oft.ce. a pocKe' < map of Floridawill I =

which the acreage i i.likrwi.so, ' ( o
and interesting;' though it in; rSume "
f gll'ltl ;; i J T
.- J rue, for M 'many years and by so I lwvlv or fourteen years ago, '' remarkable, growth of the ,pHri.'pliatcliniustjjl niupw> '' o f"ti)",i'eoltt)' county nt'j;')' each and 1 I'S __. of EKtnbIturmiK< :Banking-'Relationa witli-- rc*--- :-- 0\
> Kirlfer's, ) and '
il.self. "rlil.
the< wiitor" for a i-erUnn | ]>om\ ,.ilcbaikvd JIll"* .',lima'' .sectional
In
| has l b pni rojf.lr.lfd, may \\ gItd: on maps
.. . 'f'111'IIY; |H-OIC.| trac-kl.'ss fru,-i an. rim ui--ii7 i I tram 1'mi>r ) vast t any I
.
V'iany. as lnrrly( n : .
wavte, uR'ft,' only, or rhictiys ]mm fr<*.' fjir Kt.. Au u.itin7 and sprat a "h" ,' ., 'tliitt,; ot K'yp,nin, oifc lai. .>d pl.i lt-r a.: - a ........-;- ::. -

rniiK". fur roving lii'v'1.' .. "I m .>wtlli':, nr day nut from Ku-l I L'alatUa east of famnusVwiietnrr uf sour;laid ixlenaive : Any information regaV/fing' Banking! in this section n'f the . i

again for its wpimtain'oiiK' fv.'.'"**' but then, 1"2,111 and et'.t'% Hit 1I."I"g. 1 tlmis
famous smrrUun itj be confidential..
light or heavy, UH that might I"1.. misioni'i \ Jinnow : 1 : us wijl strictly a
; c'liiini.. t liave, "enu'li", ."n, a> t ..
Intl-ISprrsrd : a "
I .
) by tinnior'c ir lijt-s" pre"i ace of I C. .url lystage.1 ; y hying r- c.\Jr Rr-oin ULUSC, 111 -//to0d I 11- ro ...- __=___. __ =.
c'xicssivf thin. l I" mind m "" rlid "Itb the Iarge. ,Juminl I, 'r a- lii-mjj: vUiionj1 n.ir fuliire vulmiabledrvelnpIMI'ugrlrullmitvl ...
iiKutlurc -
\vul; r or rag 1'3 gaud) watenpv\ ) Mico:
varied, : by iiltituikilf, .. -li..bIIY > :aruilcharacter . \ ditches. a' h servo ultcrualely tor ) rrsnmees.Amid I louatr ;( Weal Kissin'iriire> I fivt'lof'ks ;
to I tht' value of uer. ; I Citizens Bank of Kissimmee 1
,
and MH :ill< i-ti-u toy M.i1titil' ; th Iwo |I'iurp' vj< 'IrniaU '' and irr.gal - sat lastly iii- fro Court House, "
.. .. t 11 ,in' in t In'oir, M,,1>tHni'i Id emery .>l Hi1" of therm fxlensivi1, and, bioadly,
lruiiiiiR of su; I-mm'\vl <.1 1 \ ;a.1 .Ol" < : Atlruua I I,} 1)1:4." : M M PKANN =
tin. in time uf HI uraip - e piiiiMVe f tlx-U'lu". ue( Mow t Iii tfly .11' W. II. Noarou'I'.sid.nt
) ,,,011 I situ-> \\ :itei-I ; Vie J..llt..nl I'aahlnr
ant aifiis.: .tr.lLlllL.tl.( I I.triO =
The teim "1'111 U.o.l-" .1 ,Iran, .. ,u..l , <, nr) Immliiiixi in the: olio> ) :r inir.ihle.. iMiolninlinx vr." -",'r'Ita.' .' ,it .oN..eu..V..HQ.........".......,..,....."....,.,..."\.,...,.......,...:
. , ill.I . '!i'UKl nut In-. licipi'il,II that lln'V may; Llutnr, '
-
I". < i 1111111'1 lluianniL': . !' - it' I u<-< lv *.( licMldlirl.I II ltlht taut ( ju.li< VlV : ---A-t?+ y 1 In .-=-_-=-=:.- _'CC
I,

  • o1'a' I..na., I II' ..I., ,.," ah.n, ) .1" .I..ay: . .t i'iin-'it' .M l \\ iti-r at.il l tnns11.1' }* I.. saigrum--'i.| ugh! / t" l eln\f will Mimed'iv E. C. McKEO Issimmee, .p .

    ,f. ; .Jl"II : t" ,,, .1 1111 oId'I1III''' '''' '. AI'-, I.. di.tlil.utyd! i I mt-r, (thin. 'lirli-: byKiiialli. < ,r -. "".. lay lu'cnmi :1111"111! the/ 11I01.'I 6ItI. W. H. ARNOLD

    Lton'rotl. ..'i xviTilit une, I la.. irrxi ln I l\_ I (liltt-lll') .ilitc, e--. .,m. .l.I ", ri-.l 1 I OJKu 'MO' I'M-' mo t cheri.-he.l l of Kloriila'H.
    -<- -e. Km. ,ir.m.r. ilj tin inilii.-.ii ) n. ml rru.; '-- -- -
    : X11.) -
    !b.
    o < "mm' '|mH.llail yf' .Lnntum' : Contractor and Builder
    of itril. ,aile.m ,, .,. :JY.I: : ::: = L :ST _R : .
    of tlttMMM; ,!>, is iLimllIlly, i 1\ olVfH nar..m! UK ra. u- 1r _
    .
    And now lo In ,'111', -till'. 1'111'11.l i ijnotrillv r } ell ii :a i |ir: nil" in the ill .i.iuiKe !< ::11.1 p.ipi) >- run uf l.iulit at llns oflice ::Eiscirnrn.ce'c: : ; I PL ...- .......0 E..TIMATE. FU..HCQ t

    --M ft I'Moihl." ,is I In ML', )H-I\I\;. !. | Mir." :err 'wtttrrudll' i-,""-nitr ; .
    or uNt, ,-tr L\ i udprmsnt.' -ol. 1,\ "I"IIIL"l 'il.tlie I. vhmrh. 1111\.1.,1". i fur 1ln-. "pro" !I"'Y llnny you P. r In put under! I

    tm| .1"'Ii.' : IT, |p fiipi"M!t(I..inn.. nt .11) Ii(! 'il I, .""ill. I 1-.. I In .. 'I| .MI. .I I v- In -t>i ,il\ i >t your matt UK-: I prmpard' to tI.IrillRTESIAN r. a I gual'anh'e of '.wo k. when eompleted! tQ be r,

    -- I! WELLS i j just li. ,-c'ontracU'd for. .. . wt

    P. . Box 697 1 R414m",nGt. Upper" -BroadwayKISSIMMEK.
    in any M-clion, of 1 Flul icln. t FLOR'IDA '
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    '4.i4) !yJ44... ..f-M...HNS41 i Wfllis j .,
    , 1I1I1l") ,g:: r n 'lusinintec; of my .
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    Alnhlo' / |irixlu, <'i- tin- liervulti ,-*! -- -.-- -- ':...'
    .
    I. -. OO.0000.00OOO.o.O......i0 '

    TWO AND FOUR INCH EMIL MACH ERNEST i-t. '
    Ant Standard Oil Co 'e
    0
    WELLS A SPECIALTY

    T I ." P. O. Hox 314 0 M..A.Oa. :: : BROS.' ..y.' Ib

    :B:1.s31rnxnee.:: : Florida Feedarid
    : Livery ,6
    Sale.Stab
    j '. ? :

    . 'J 0 Agt. Ilttcrl1n loltnlllurvcstll1g.C ,, '
    : .. 0
    .
    .. ..i'llJ>\ w. :'. .MI: iJ"c' UNCE'Y'CONTRACTOR' ;;'.t. ft "' 1L\1\/.1i'; .3KSJ. ; :;.!'fflSiw' !'* 1J.: \. *?'. ..* .X' 0", ." .' 'W'O'A.I.Zt' '.,\ .
    \ \ : A. I ;'
    .. : : :: .itt: Nn s ,:-;::Ec.A..ZT >I 7rItYCM: :

    .* :: UY'a good mattress and put it on I . Everything' new. and first.ola.s8. Wer j! >ider,< promptjand..

    I w.T a cheqp spring is like running a fine -. satisfactory service day bt night.' / ;.

    -AND- -: ONE HALF BLOCK FROM PASSENGER: DEPOT :.;
    '

    Y auto1110 e without tires., ; BUILDEPRand 4 Kissimmee, Fin. // ; Phone, 113 ,:< '


    No oQd- bed is complete vitliout a clean comfortable mattress { 1'10118 p.sttmate8."IIN1l hec1 .............00.000000000. .. . '

    l and the No. 400.Spring.; This spHng represents the highest attainment Satisfaction (inarotitced ,. ': r s> .

    ever reached in its line; it contams 88 oil tempered coils of the LIs,
    : ri
    ,. : best Acme steel wire manufa tured. The>xare black enameled and .

    :1 are absolutely rustless and noiseless-you don rouse the neighbors I >Qsceola LumberConipay .,' ,.

    [": tk every time you turn over. Superior workman ip guarantees a The New Orleans Tea and I .

    s\ smooth, even surface, so that you don't tear the\ attress tick = -
    .-' Coffee StoreNext -
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    1 every time you have occasion ,to move it. I .< .

    - I door to Fraternity Hall.
    ,:' The No 400 sold the eat- ... .. \, .
    Spring at a price that'puts sells the highest grade of coffees - -DEALERS IN + .. E

    ri' est sleep luxury i in the land within reach pf evefyone. If deal I and teas at the lowest prices.: It .
    ;; ., your carries a different >grade of coffee and DressedLumber'''
    : wont supply you, delay yopr purchase until you write us direct for I from any other store in the city, and Rough . k
    ; : all who have tried it declare it to be .
    s the best tasted. ..,/', .
    facts about the superior "No. 400 Spring. they ever .
    . WINDOWS .* : 1 ......
    : i II MEE =-- fLORIDA ,

    GHOLSTIN-CUNNINGHAM SPRING BED CO.anU'acturer8 ., m '
    . SHINGLES LATH BRICK, UME ;
    ]\{ Atlanta. Ga.
    .' .
    i. / ,
    W. C. 'BASS : i N C> \/ E L I T 'Y VVORKS F I "'

    -
    f." Whplesale and- Retail] GENERAL BUILDING MATERIAL, .

    Dealer ir.


    t '_ Fresh Beef, Pork and IFree. Delivery to .All Parts of qty .* -:j.,",.?/, .t .


    The No. 400 -Spring Bed -,.
    __ Mnttoff .. .

    Noiseless Ru 1lesa, OifTempered'j- >0 PHONE 4.1,. ........,..,.................................-...--..-........--.
    Black Enamel e
    Comfort b1 \ WHAT IT MEANS I E
    .;
    ;, Many people!do not know wb..a Bank'a Capital !.(or. 'or the.dtt| *r aa. .b.- J
    J tweco a bank of llttla or no c.plulabd oaa:with a tarry..lipl.... r f
    Guaranteed for 5
    years .s. U. BULLOCK t A BANK'S CAPITAL, AMD fiOKPLO -' t ,f
    \ U lb.fund that p'roteotf the dapoillora.from I...., thereto*....largat U U tie. ;ilp
    .. 11': J (raat.r protection tb.delIa, na... rbli bank baa a ,
    \ Capital ..... ........ ............. .........:....'!O._ po ro
    REAL ESTATE t Bnrplm rood n#... ................._.. ..-...... WJBM IW *
    , ....-..--..... J Stockhold.rm-llaMlltr ..............i....;.....60.0W WAlotajof y 0,

    INSURANCEfxamlnatioD ...... ....... ..............-. .. 11uMO DO t u
    -1 = Tal. meau that w.moat tae IllMOXOO bator oar 4 I cent. This prof otloe I* lor YOU. j

    of Titles a STATE BANK 'OF KISSIMMEE .. J

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    or"--
    ,
    r,. \ Specialty. Kia e>iMaJeiai. ""'_IDA. _

    T---- \ I 0. .. OAMOIT> ..
    II. La. tr
    CABMOK
    J1 - .- Corr .oond nctt Solicited. ......... roait...Pa..wr' 9..'.... ,
    a ... i

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    ;' "" __ .. 'T ----- -={.j "
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    \ \. ,SPOILED' THE ACT.An 'f ""'" .. -- ---- -
    '! HANKINS
    ;. d ALL :Tilt' WORLD A G. .
    '
    .d '..ol/ ."t That Ernrayed th. Aetoi .
    .. .. u-V : I '.' :--r and Amua.d tho,Audl no!.. --.- Broker and' Manufacturer's r PUBLIC NOTICE I I/ .
    .
    .%, 'fl? "J,, ) "'
    ;. ; :''NRow. ,the, Truth About t LIIe South. .Some' years ag4 ta( melodrama wes. By ,A1NSWORTM t . AgentKissimmee I .' "*" > ..a.I .
    belnx performed I In a country \beater, .
    "
    I
    .?' ;,' t'V V, aiyl Its Population Will 'the chief In whloli bad laude< .- Florida. 1t not Took;
    : ; J :, 1': ) actor ; I When wishing to buy your little gifts why ? 'over
    & < & '
    &# ? .
    .' : "I/f/ Quickly Double. J himself, fron his l hnuebty/ amiovp'r Copyright, 1JUO, by padee; Fixtures: Safes stock' ranging' rom'''
    1i .' ,< '" conduct, dljllked by an. It ...,001.1 lon, Styow I i ., varied of presents
    \ bearlug
    'V''a .' .
    ...., ":> ,/\],\" _.' , -.. ,| tbe last sct'nej) ho was mipiwtteil/ to'( Typewriter' r r . .. ;, .10 to $16.60 at" ' / ,

    ,( ; vH'" *, In an address before the recent<-on Itlslt I the ton>1>. of his nucpstoi's. It I of Compul'ing'; ;; Scales and ;OfficeFilingDevices. :
    \ 'r It was at tliu height
    Mfe: "
    'ventioq of industrial agent Ji.Altapaas .'.. ,e grater. of tine liije'upon a niorUli
    railway .
    ;
    '''r SfJ -"t' > N. C.w.c, Roberts of.th fdectal 1 stout tlio.'stntuu of hl ful tier. tor tbo Ruth wuijliore and.: Auut were -.*. ._,, .' < : r "ye GIFT SHOP I Ii 80-
    told of 'CQ er<'11 tda( : -f
    I "' Clinchfteldrailwayquotedeensuefiguredto \ ; ) ; A licavy' fcrnpcry air, and'I especially was SPECIAL AGENT FORlewis :
    : ; who 'tliu nd
    > Allxrl -
    exireme state IIgure, .EnJr, ace outer _My.aunt .Und! ., ;
    show that
    > : thad westers! ( llpchurch Co.
    ., ,
    < t: . dressed tlle.lI\.M.t.u\ i:. "
    .
    : ;\ gained over 71 per"cent.n: populationfrom -filrla and considered br;;: / Wholesale t (Sotpetlnng; different) .
    i ; $;' '' \ > while the southern II '"I otu ben on'o'Rio"" lir to gore: upon Lie for u*. (She use : < 1900 to 1910 < ,
    \ ->V: ' } I those features wlilcll' liilifp so often :'Mid i :
    ''*' -S- :"slut states gained only 16.6 percent... Mr, looked with tendc'rt'BOiffwtlon: [ watffbhifi us. .. : OruNge n nud Souvcmrs C'irl'tdJGtJcoanullltads
    V on me ,(
    ,) | I I I was wading one day, ] KINGAN t CO., Pacing House Products r ,.
    1 UobesU attributed.this showing largely' !I Father, thy mouriflnK soil now c Tnqoi i to my w'lilst.) I .wore Print a Appllclthw.. rout acre Solicit! I and "Jnlaccv Jqrs I'ahncltu/ 7//W .Novelties
    : '. to railroad cooperation in' Wivtcrtisiftn to pay thee'tloraUon. Let nTe ri> 'about' neck and ,
    -cross mf ; ''J'arpun Fi.7i': "Ol'CtlilS,/."iltiqa.t/J
    : the 'western states. While we have move I bo veil which from the vulgar '\ le'Ipokbrg for !It-| Galt : "

    t' .',J<,' been exploiting sections,-" he .u.itl,"lh..y gaze Hhlolds Hit beloved linage oonoo < s It on the bottom-:' ',,;' | "" -- : Goods: Heads, Soura'tir Cards at Vooks, .*M"-

    :rr; .w I Have been advertisitig a whule country. '[ ctar'rl'nlr II i deep water . Carols( firffjsf's Materials:, rJlfJ. Pll llls, and. \a

    f": The railroiulH :I Off went flip drnpory, and, behold, I had been swimming I I ./ fact ,1 o'tlC
    q ?. 'The statement ia true. : ti'lalionrrj',11(111(1 J'aiirlftf Ticluifis. / -:
    ) there ]liirloi -d the statue of lore.
    : was ( '
    I { : : are continuously advi rtising' the west. 'I and was Ured. They, 'say _. ., .
    I lies of 'O'v.4 wriplIJ -
    father grar-pfallT standing It* TAILORINGIs -;- ,
    s mUl&r..y.L.wn- ,I upon Clio g-is thu---l1a td.ea4.'r 1 .
    .. '. ;, The south in i I in, need' of bend .
    r take. At any rate lu ) ; I Ij
    ,
    t . ./t?: \atlcj.ulJicSty. There is a prospect 01/ I The effect cannot be dewrlbinl. It buck to shallow water I j .
    I
    d I r" : agreement among the leading southrn was electric. TIle Rliouts-of huiKliloi .. al1 few achieve'bat
    didn't niovo at all. I cot l land in Townl
    I Best Selection of. Mechanical Toys
    the line f the back j -
    railroads on which followed the mistake of I t11111. this uiadtf matters '

    ?, .' .., ,1/ home" movement, which was originalved !I, per cffoetunlly put nn end to tlie'' -tide wine': settling down ANDERSON & BYNUM 'I. i B HHaM H SHVIi H BBHMMBMSBHBMBlMMSllBH MHBhMMSa B MSHB aaMSCBHMHaHaMISMMHMHHMHS MBS H HHH .

    :, ." ' by the industrial department of the ,r scenevlilcb lnuigeil\ to line next na and was moving/:, mo will II .

    -: . Clinchfield railway. A convention is to I-flui.'lil.V 11 H |.08KlMo Illld the JCITS Of but proximity makes ] DARLINGTON AVE. I "The Early Bird. Gets. the Worm"

    ,:: ;..,:..j.N be be held in Chattanooga on February: I I the l audlenop.' Hip auger of (the tnauagcr when one 1.1 powerless. I Excel All Others in, Kisslnmimee . .

    .. '\ : . all theilr :I wad the iiiioonlrollnlilc' rage of the!! aunt, but she did not i
    that .
    15th it i ii believed
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    .j : :'" I'., and | I lactor.-.AJlltI"11 Trlrgrnprh; not aware of my cOIII Al_ doth* BEST : __ __ _.__0 -_ _ -__ h__ ..
    I south win
    ::: .' !: progressive roads of the ..
    ''; '. !: .' .: unite in 'the establishment of a joint r made no move to belp or Cleaning, Dyeing, Repairing, '.
    '.' f'r, . . THE CABMAN. one to help me.
    ,; bureau with sullicteirtfnan PARISIAN .
    or
    agency >
    awful It
    What (III thing .
    : I : cial support to accomplish an important danger 'of drowning and .
    A Deadly Verbal Intuit That Will
    .
    .z,? :: I' work' "It ia "8tima.led.hat\ there are Render Him\ Spaechlccft. looking' /: at you. thinking -

    1 : than 5 < ) < > Boutliern-born residents " I I .
    .. more ,000,000 A dlhcreet. knowledge "f slung Is avery enjdyinir yourself BargainsIn iEAANC0
    r ;','' "..I... ..t" in other sections of the country useful. 1 in, i-miiiillKliment, / for the 1 -But there was one of [

    Ift.; : -er;;r;--.-- -and ajarge proportion of them would: !I stranger tar Hie foreign resident In rjence' In such matters

    ; ;rt,t not b.e deaf to an invitation to ".from<- Paris; Thus IT a riiliniiin l Is rude or: me. Near" by was n all kinds of Real Estate. --
    j' Into the and! -
    ocean
    mfcrethnu nsuall.v exti' >rtlr>i te--orJf out
    back. The 'railroads can do more in
    It bras Uc was Fire and Life Insurance and To make room for large shipmentof
    n mnn.
    : be "]>IIINI| <"< yon wllb mud from bend
    of "back home"
    the
    furtherance
    ;1; fN' "Armour's eflillzers.! Renting NEW GOODS from the North.
    : i'N' n1O\1 to fool. aslie. |uisi;"eR 111\.1 then /tuniHarmitiil deep ,water some twenty -
    ;' ment than any other agency. the surface. lie was lu"$ and Collecting Rents a Come and investigate.
    :;J; to grin ut (he lnmnRe! done .
    such a campaign be confined, tolely to I costume. I saw him Taxes for
    nnd I'.IH'r fnvincnlly\ ( lo tliese things Specialty. paid
    ', seeking out former southerners. Thesouth lniile, ninmaml of most and swim for me. I Non-residents.
    nil : f, ; shquld wecome all 1i00KI 1 citizens i of (heI'"riMx, '' h l In niiiiie leaven' all before lie renolntl me, L M. WHIDDEN & COMPANY

    , , and a persistent iulvvrtiiing policy" the ndvnntiiM-s' : "n his Klclo. moment. I felt Ills> R- O. WIEEKKissiitimee. ---. I

    _ ,c the part of the southern railroads. !-I..I You IIIIh..1I1I; bIni "lilloi" or "sau- arm. NVe rose to the ,

    would be" apt to attract many of the I viijte." but Ibis would 1 only llckle Mm to\f strokes carried u',. to Fin. \

    r desirable horncseekers who sure now If ,o".r. ,\ oil wore nMe. to shunt ter. ,

    || I. Vf. .. looking toward the wentIn I "Vu tliiiui. CdllitrHon, !: :" I tine result of the Ode would suppose 1111I t. ---------- .-..---:

    encounter would be nt ourc wholly in logs would be gratitude \
    the of his address, at tinAltHpuBs -
    course
    your fjivor., who bond! lielped! me ]
    conffrciu'e Mr. Rolii-rts pr<-- .' what 1 thought, ghoul GUY PLATT JOHNSON Will You Cents Dav StandLet
    To piiy < $ 3 sentedoomenitcreatingligurrsmregmd! . ] the supreme liKull.\ It loaves, him Kflsp- cross a lillle (gold 1 .,. ) ..

    ., -<; _to'destiny of population' Ito said: Ing find furl". ,. """... h "n Ills side wine- $:::;. As soon! as I got my I .. No. 6 Munn Bldg.<< Likeland. nut: \vec'ri You: and a Home '"

    f: .' '''We have here in these. ...t..tt'sI l <. It Is oI-:. ,\' to iiiid Txliiiul
    (, ;,! ji of the Mississippi| | i and .south 01 l the Ohio IIlIi> n ..../ldlllHlnbo tis see II npiln." q ARCHITECT YOU CAN BUY

    i i r/ and Potomac rwrs nn area of 411,7J'isquare i long) logo n-s !tSTiTi: went tn the houte ofa "Your cross?" I A 100.0: TO :2,000:: E3CME:: :: :
    poor professor surd niiirilered, him lie-, "Yes. 1 dropped It.near. ;
    ..< miles, or 2f,510,0(10: : ) ( aereosul Only 5 Per Cent :S::: rnJe: ., :Interest:: ::
    I he hail when I All Classes ot
    ( 1111" |I..I-I' apnlu nn overrbnrge. looking for It CesignsMor Buildings
    ; ..; land, 6n which the total population a M .
    r ,/c: It Is Ftitlsfiti tory to Know that my depth." '

    1 .' .,,' : 19,554,940, an average of I 17.'i' acres furl I Collision/! was promiitly tried Bentenced Fie "cast his eye about \ \ RESIOENCE.WORK A SPECIALTY Return the nrinciilal at the, ,rate of *7.50 per. nmnth on the $1,000

    ' i.; !,,, each inhabitant. Compared with Ohio i iwhPch to dnuli and RUlllotiued. *To douly I tlmiKtlnK I bin i giving you TEN AND A HALF YKAHS: to |..nv back the' lean Can .

    5 '. ', has only 5.4 acres far each per> thin day; then ''Vn T'olllirnon! rcmiilns un object glistening\ In I I payoff the loan as soon as you like, tol'pmFurttwr Interest.

    J' ; ;!.'f son, we would require an increase of I the hint wurI.-Purls Cor. New" York pickcl up my cross and 37-3mpdlmo Our plan will help you to pay olf that Mortgage or Buy or BUIld
    : a home Why Pay Kent? Write ui for literature explaining> our
    ": , in to maketlie Bon. -
    68,441,290 population
    . detail.Curry. r
    . me.It proportion in .
    {i, . .it. density equal to that'of: Ohio. Looking I was Impossible for me '
    Griffin STANDARD :HOME: : :: : CO--W: ;
    Hit I .
    ..HJo at: the situation from another standpoint Inspiration."Isu't the man\ wn, to tell) to C. W.
    'iI. ? If our present population wereT liis-pirntlon' n queer I thing?" belonged. He might be a Building, Tampa Florid :
    "I "upH| >M4> KO, What about It ?" a fj<"liormfln or> follow any \ -
    - .
    concentrated! in any part of our territory "Why, a few: weeks ago I hud a red- talnlii l 10 "Ire wnter. I
    -t? as densely as that of Onio. 1-17.- hot sijWnbLle 1 with wife over ndressmaker' CroceriesAND
    my like duck. I '
    n
    i ::,., 913,324 acres, or ZJ1-110 square chiles. ._' n bill, and when I came train ment about offering/ him i'f FAMILY : .. '

    "' : would remain without a single. Inhabitant down to the olllce I wan mad enoughto having helped me out tjf ,

    :, W. chew spikes. Then I sat down nt walked
    but finally as we
    .3 "You may understand! (but the public my desk and wrote a little poem on beach I said. "If you ,,' \ FRESH MEATS :
    the GrrliiK U rot her with a Single PATTS
    5' ., ;, Which may see these figures will 'Help Arlington hotel 1 shall I
    ] Word!' And, those verses, ,
    Kindly say
    I- not) that the fact that there are 17.2 born of bitterness and nourished by I for you" Delivery-Every Day at Any Hour i
    .
    acres for each in these southern "At what hour be Solicited
    person Patronage .
    ? anger bare been copied In the leading' .. : ,' ,
    states. does not mean each' parcel Prize '
    Leading
    He took off bin hat to me r
    -; i t..;; that size is'occupied.' On the contrary, Row' that?' .. .
    doubtless to on
    '' ' 1 am well within the. facts .when say 'Fine;' Wby don't Improve on away, get "
    7 no 'f' v : you '., ; Book patents. "Hints to Inventors. "Inventions needed.
    'h that over 1,000,000 farms of, 140 acres the Wear .' > *. ,f t'\ : r\.jI '... ,., .: After'luncheonIwenQ, I'' I i on '
    l model for'
    inventors'fail.Send
    which slur.ci
    V % for a re Sprigg TlelitfgCLEANING "Why some rough ? or \
    tCanlbe obtained now "How?
    in the
    right states
    , "Why get mad enough to beat up was falling into a "doze search of Patent Office' records. Our Mr. OreeJ / was formerly. "
    of Virginia, North Carolina South Carolina I at the door and I
    rapped Commissioner of Patents, and 'as such had full charge of
    Zt . your wife, set fire to tbe house, shoot V Acting ;t
    Georgia, Florida, Alabama, MM- man was below who said
    a policeman-nnd then write an epic the U. S. Patent OfficeGREELEY&MclNTIRE-
    "sissippiTennessee and Ken tucky. that will go thundering down tbe bin! to call. I 'went to PRESSING

    .- which can be make to yield a comfortable ices."-Cleveland Plain Dealer i wbere I kept my money, DYEING "d &
    '
    living for ten dollar bill and told -
    10,000.000 I
    1 : people. say, I' I J Jo
    ciTe It to the man below, REPAIRINGLear
    lurther.,tha these farms can,be boughtfnore Mad. His Position Clar. o oo
    downstairs, but
    I went .
    cheaply and worth the An old Pennsylvania German neing
    more on I o
    i'-.t with the bill. word, at noyi houst and olotbtt j
    ?>,ltrr average than 'any farm'in the west or In the mountains bad a bard threehours' "He says It Isn't enough will. be called nor and returpedr WASHINGTON. I>. C., 0 !
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    Canada dusty walk to accomplish one I -"o J!'I; '

    '. In Is evident that the south has room morning, and be' rose very early to agalnto I wall rather my trunk taken, 'got' ; Satisfaction 6sutrnntcec: NotA-I''" ... i
    make his start. He had gone but a
    11 ' 0.1"
    for
    millions of .industrious; r
    homeseeking dollar .bill' and aent
    little way when be was overtaken by ten ... .
    ...d'.. "
    ,
    Americana. -
    She "
    '
    : can offer: all the n-antomoblle. The driver picked up Ent' But the 'P'aJter.calX

    advantages,, of the' west, along with.others the old man and they were at his destination fore, with the jaegangn. :
    '
    that the I kept sending additional : l
    'k'-, west does not possess In about twenty minute .
    ,
    .and cannot ppossess; It should not be "Danks so much awfully mltfde rid*. bid sent fSO ,bn* tbejr.all I ,

    $ difficult, with concert of. action among If J-had known myself to be her mi- with the "\nessage.1 ,.t' .n.'G i 'it'I- it, I' .. 1'} ':4o.r 'I
    .. ,.
    front of d clock the waUtiUrf a.to tdIO'mall .
    boar In
    the railroads, to persuade a multitude, ready two : ( I. J i' '
    perhaps ret I rod be at borne fast asleep already satisfy hlml The Wpljr j jTb .
    yt; a majority of the' OOOOOO to start unless I'knew you md little .cold cross," l 1 1'U
    Oscepla Hardware
    fa '',i, wandering southerners to come home, tot buts picked m* up since."-Honseteepor. )surprtoe at this WM /;' i -t, 'ju Tlie Company: i
    .. : I
    n and while they are coming they might before Th maq' bad, : : 'Ift, till t.lt"ur.1., v --Ui'i v --, l .'-1, y y't

    bring other good citizens with them to aad asked tor. gold cross f"i7 :ft-4 rt .eDgLplpy .Of first-class il"
    ud.nta' up- : : I Ii;
    i
    help fill up the thinly populated localfc oettUh Dross, 'hare, saM I WM not.llrortla J' : '!"tb r

    tie and to help till the 'idla lands and The Scottish university student bass no sp.elal' attachment. to T :

    ,reclaim the wast ..places which should code of etiquette In clothes as strictu to' I' banded It to' the ... to-date pluriib'er and are prepared It l'

    ., be bearing a;share in the great enterprise that of Eton or of'Harrow.] -And, 1 him-: to glT It U>. the msaj j 1]i);: t '
    Into It straw hat enters On Bapti1US 1 1" ( hare been stupid .. stiniates '
    of feeding a hungry world.- tbo may to fuijai n; on all kinds d
    : ,
    Coutler-J 0IU'IIaJ. be,the weatlor rr, so bleak.the... 4 otrida t-onderst nd- ;"
    ... . itroets art fall of what the sman boy all. Why a man who. :

    : Know. as '''strawbasbora" On the 10throu ward fob aaU>&. Uft \I' . _.:ETIUM3ING.PIPEFITTING: !II I t

    A. 'i' = will find never, a'' one-ona stn a, absta>>ta>.n for a . 0

    Senfs bead,.Out U. .A. for-the medU. .I 'e< Ulcia'ftllnlclDe.. TJut ;" ;:;' "" ; ,!-; :. '- ....,. ..- ... . :- ;.. f j {
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    4 cal: student, h* seldom wears a str$wt tired, sad went t.,sleep .-E .J.foQ. : . .. -:"- .:-, '. : '.! .. .',.... '''':" . ,. ._-,: ''. III I

    h ti bat at all anytnlng la Its place. R .. oJ .. ....- ..,.. ..;. .. "
    or '.
    It .. \$ ( .. -. _.._ :' f. :;$ 'I , .
    .., ;J .."" ....." A
    $ bob pride to bareheaded, as It la . ':"' -' .' ; .' .., <
    go Well, I dlda't'see thO' I = f'f";:
    wear a'fancywaistcoat nd turnedip tb ch. nor :1t''A :rr. ." r. .OJLET I \ i
    'i 1, i" on :7:, : ; .,.,, ; .
    ", 4 llav had headache'for' twiyyeara; trowier end The' arts and divinity i f tat fattle; >i f.* Ontfi{ <>ll ;

    } a 4pg/re&.badlysould IDea sedately uol4 theM last tliree1S nr. Jo the tJeHern._ $ : IES = .
    .
    .
    .Jiot read J
    t or MW : 'A 'SPECLAZTY.
    -ff
    ;- fubionSTAado.II Chton girls. i iyachting : ; :: :
    there. 1
    One ;
    ,1=dt .with any comfort;,.waa unable.to so in : ,, 1\1 I'II '\
    M t any bright light without suffering with ; :" ot.\hi'; 1I0r :7'f. .. r .. -,< .. ,I'i . r ... r I
    Th. Forgotten; PictureMr. I there and t tI ; Qci
    be got -. :
    .1' jd 'I my' eve*. Hope Jfpwfte&r; *! .1 '''LoD- I costumes. When we reacb !1 .0 .:>: ,:: / All Fixtures .and .Work 'Bully. ., =.' 11,1, 1. .
    I i ? .
    Hertford.
    I consulted Dr. H. Cole and of Lord .
    Edgar lon" a curious story thn -.*".rv" '
    hTFy -' 'jrl' ,, '
    '
    3" ; s' he fitted me with glasses and have not the lute he bad. was tof yiig the yachtsmen j'J'JNiiEU7 I I:7::f:7. t : uarantee&t : /. .- .. .-?*-. .- !/I'I'I t
    collectfon I .
    } ;, bad}headaxhe since wearing the glasses; the of pictures, which ... la e" I II I' . ... .. .,... '.. . -.- ...-,_ct. : loa.. ,
    ( .can read'attd aew and have no unpleasant said to baY.'huD" with their faces to l I ;tJiot 1 : '_ .-' ---..< >. ".. .-' ,. .' - , ... ..w ,..:,.", \ .I I, t
    I
    : "
    aW \\i -- -
    the walls -He once commissioned OU '
    'f ..
    result, and can see perteetly. t 'rf-- y. l ,' .
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    t to bin which 1C '- .. ._ ) .r .. '
    : '" agent find 'a picture there,Mflhat Isn't the : _. -" ::-:.:..
    [attie '_-1 "
    ,( get, 4. .... -- :::" -:,:: .: -->l '-' j.I j-!
    turned Ma&bibiself' bought ........., .jjfr.. .
    .I i
    out Ike I II "
    :," ,' al ?. 1 '.Gotha, Fla." tgte. 01 t.ue-care earlier! my'" cross"aarturqjrard_"for> \ re".I.1ft : .- -:0-. -'- ."1' -.'J _.. ...I'rPl"iH _.--._- "- 1'1'

    ,;Dr. Hr;Edgajf Cola van be'..found.at I " ,. ... I "Is" Wfrmi'&ffii&m. ; ;' \ .... 'LA": \ -.. n' H. ';' I\ :

    ,. ', ,J C..A. Cole' j jewe!! y- tore, Kissimmee' ;OofM" Require Maglei; HonalreJ A.\ ''t + "t ::1J.. ., ---u." ; t j,,.'

    ,FJorldt: l :\ .,to .. t." ,' -GIlA' IL'Cl988ft.t-J MHW" mnglelan last D1ahtd'd i j "lie saw me and came ; --- ,..r' : S, I_ ,-IJPFFR,. Manager . ', .e t, I 1 J::
    made t'foil o'lar"tllhi'd&appear( ? ) .. .,.._.r .
    %Ui I'
    r Imitation Tertefs. 8h.ll. tried to >.. ':
    t r e''+ ri tlied 4pplrtharg'tiltIflr, :: existed:: (rBpondltTIubr j t9eeka ".
    'Bag..IUf3: : ",W.t... I can do that-PhnU : iwertft.w } t, I'.
    tr
    : spry for
    .,Japan'In.making imitation( tortol me Holding
    ".-u.. . J< ," ''''.D '': aHl AlJ1phl.\P.cord. "- .-. ..I he said:"' wl rtfUlflTr:'E i "" 1 11 t 1
    won-rieeVWVn
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    r' rfrwttpap.ty Yoe Bale th'% kR ii t".airs"' taleS .N.t'JIJ 'dfl' 'ontW. the .
    v ay. .
    jDld ward, >Ktiiliwiuldil: J : h
    e
    .
    n ; tr t r. -.1feam.. of the 1\OOt'-Lowr1J =- rp. ; - l

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    1 I AN AVIATION MEET I COAXING( SLEEP., : ,.& 'SWAB, ..

    Simply a Question .f Will Pow... acid ,
    Will Be the "Main Feature of the 8.&uggton.iX! RESUBDIVISION of LOTS 39 and .cO of tileFLORIDA )

    Tampa :cftbraalion.! I Ordinarily wo do.not sleep \>f acct: ; LAND& IMPnOVEl\1ENT COMPANY'S .

    1 "S'ElLING" dent orUapaaiard< simply resolve "
    : The' premier feature' of the 143.2 I to sleep, and,pelf OUIfIi. .tRin plays a Addition to KissiulIu : ,:: #
    ;5ror} e.nCenalls'/;; Ceieatigq \'hicb'1|
    : } creat' part 1 lu. tb"l.rOllu'Ulu\. \ Bk- 'p. I ,

    ,. wil'do held tn -Ta npafro br.\lf\ry\ \ We go through a variety ofTactlona, fl. OAK ;sr. _
    't.- .' HUi to 25th., ::will bo tlio il" daYS'' all suggestive of a' change from. our ,j, .. ,

    aviation meet conducted '. normal wakiujf cOIIl Uou.re iiudress .: ,14t1.l.'I: iJ2.18 7J1.11. Ie
    Curtl* d -fourof ourselves In a comfoM .. 12 Ln3. __.._. ...-__ ---'--- -eo _;/1,1.A ._.;-3,1J'- .._"iIlU_____ .._'l8.U_. ...
    --* sheworMbeatiitanblyde ;: we. place .....
    ( ,. .. I I, HJIe\ posltlop; >wo; close our eye s i iw , .- 2 .: l' 3 ''12, >i '.'

    ESTATE. The dates of the aerial 'contuet. U11 bellcre and-expect we are going to '., ,
    'REAL .sleep, anoKtho roautt'la! leep. .. .
    be February! 19th, 20th 21st and'22nd .. .
    ..( The'prbgram will be*'divjde.t J"! as to Ono'of.the sjHMit preventives of sleepIs 4. ::1 ,a
    ,' tbofear of rrot-ijlcs( 'plug| ; but a writerin ] Ag
    .\ mak each ) 11'xhib.mon of llarpe-r'i Bazar ty a that Olll'nil"!' ., J. 1

    .. equalhrtei'est' fear Is broken! down w .de('p anyhow. --:. 6 5 ,

    ; '. A. 'C. McCurdy, the daring young I The( Insouiiilac worries I liltotit his .hisonmla. 'iJ" ., '. _. 6.. :-;t 1 _
    I. Canadian* who is is now attracting {! and this very ;nor deepelis-. q ' '904I) diD

    '. IS' MYBUSINESS= worldwide attention! by his} over-water : the mischief' ; ticm'o the sufferer 10u\ll.\ I 8 7'. ., '

    O' ITi8 1 at the Key West naval station, suggest to himself nftaln and"TtrIeleepr 0 n. __._ I&l
    --- -- -- -
    -w..J\rU 1 I- doii't fl\(>epTx '
    two ofTiiOatest :
    ill bring type -'
    SWASEY i
    I. Q
    will at least gain rest by keeping my _S1 ST.
    make _..
    planes to Tampa. lie will a number i '
    - mind calm, and my body relaxed. r
    of over-watel" flights between an'l'l In, a word our chances' o{ Rotting Q -1 1 2 1 alt

    I pa and Fort Dade, !and give variovm sleep Increaiw IT wo assume the external ., )

    -I I I I exhibitions at the celebration ground. physical altitude "trhlcU\ corresponds .' ::E

    During his flights jo: the. forts he will. to. Bli-cp If we relax every 3 I 4

    be accompanied by a number of torpedo 1, muscle and let It stay relnxcd, If we I 1 1I

    I boats and. officers/ \ from the United breathe lightly and reguliirlv. If we< v 1') :
    I I a
    /
    .i States Signal Corps will be detailed to 1 I call up the imagination of sleeping f
    / person and talk mid think sloop-to .
    take fn McCurdy's airship.
    passage 1: ourselves repeating silently' and III' I '.
    I Post the New York club
    ---.It' AND . Augustus quiet, dreamy fashion such a formula .. SOLD., 6 -8 T 6 5
    -. and scientist who has inventedkeveral ,
    s :, man as this: .,". 8 a

    . .. I models of flying machines, has I "There -Is no reason why I njioulrt _.08 l Utl.'"s ia2';!: 73.12 7312 7812 711." 111.12
    : aunounced that he will* make every not sleep. Therefore I can slocp. . f
    I
    effort to break the world's quick climbing Therefore I wIll| Kloep. My mind Is at -' - --- .-- HILL -
    record during the CensuvCelcbra- pl' cc. Sleep Is "-01111 n If. I am goMlng
    I sleepy. I am shout to sloop. 1 nm I These are some of the most desirable combination buiUirig.and vegetable

    4 I HAVEBARGAINS[ tion. asleep" lots within the city limits Situated in a desirable ation.and having flowing
    Eugene; Ely, who in now making anumber --- ------ wells surroundirg them -
    in I
    of
    ] aviation experiments
    HIS QUEST FOR A WIFE. '
    i'California for the United States Army I II Phw 214 Broadway y H, EDMUND SW BEY, Agt.

    and Navy departments! will bring his '. .. ,
    John N.weomh Was a CK>* Observerand Srr
    I I wings to Tampa, and play an iniportnm W.. Hard to 'Suit. -

    , part during the tournament The sister of- Simon Ncvfroinb, the ;

    Ward, Beachey and St. Croix are ftpeut; nstroiiKiner. lells. In Mi'Cldre's. r
    I
    I some of the renowned aviator who will of their father'H. John Xewi-oinb'N" wnnJprlnRs -

    \ I participate in the greatest. aviation ( In M'litvh of n wife, whom h<.

    I meet ever held. in the South. '' had decided to select. In nerordnnre ROSS 'GRAVES \. r

    The best bnown flying machine in with wlentltl'' tlienilo.j'John I
    nt fat+m-
    Newomli stopped
    : I Qworld will] he seen at the Tampa CARRIES A COMPLETE STOCK OF .
    refrrsluucute. pod In 1
    houses for |tits(
    Celebration, and from mid-air,
    Census
    ; each horse I If tin-re,, vns n daughter/ fmnrrlnttenlile -
    id U umli'ithe. auspices of the United, SlatesCiovfrnme.t / .(iwhe tiirrhil, iH-rhnp* S HARDWARE

    (; experiment will 1 be mvVby n day or Itch Inngrr/ !t.o make a slmlydf

    throwing bombs from m .I':1ir: to se" Hie' ninldeii. lie always made' himself
    I how near they can strike a battleship. ] 'handy' ulMiut, the ,place, draxvlne: : PAINTS OILS( KENCE WIRE AND STOVES f

    - R. In addition to this, there will be raring up water with the germ well sweep.lirliiKlnff I Mt
    W ANI SELL! THEM AT
    -0. I EXTRKMELY LOW PRICES
    against. automobiles and motorcjcleo / : III l i lirrwoiMl doing nnylhliiK
    ring each day. that he could lo] mid. sllll keeji near i

    at This promises, to be the greatestaviation the dir.iKliler. BROADWAY. KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA
    1 I "Disappointment met him at every
    meet ever held 1 in the South.
    door. At one "house the cooking: wn" y


    Rooms 7 and 8 State Bank Building, MRS. M. BAit lOW. poor n'ootl'ltt'Jlt., nt another nt a third the there housewas wa, scolding not .

    -
    or fault finding:, a went of har-

    uion.T-and In nil the maidens a lack
    IIY !{ Called to tier Final Rest After along of desire for learn Ink or ortucatlon. 'Nt

    : FLORIDA. I I One young womiinTittfo luiew by Tint
    Illness.
    KISSIMMEE j GRIFFIN'S GARAGE .r
    I n 1I)' r.'Y !margin:: she missed her fate.!
    Try grim reaper spares ne'ther' the I', All was going smoothly till, when shei

    1 I ytiung' ( nor thi- .jd! 1, II.c'1 i / no1 the 1 was molding thn laugh for the baking "-5'---- 1.7 a

    1II Boor> but all of every clime must I answer pans, lie noticed thnt t a oonsUVrable J. J. GRIFFIN PROPRIETOR

    ------- - -- '- to the angel's) call. Kissimnivi. '.. portion of the laugh| was left In the

    seldom called on to furnish recruits lor wooden knpndliiK. trough. He asked .
    but in a while her the reason for I this. and her reply -.A.8"ency-:
    the heavenly army, once
    was that she ]left It for the horse because "
    the summons comes to some oiie among
    he was fond. of It. She always "E.MF.30" and LANDERS[ 20
    :
    us, and this time it was to Mrs. M.
    ) --
    did this, she snld; there was plenty.
    Barlow. Want of thrift,' decided!' the young

    ,\. Mrs,-Barlow, who 'came'' from Ohio man, and be shouldered his bundle and .. ., : ,

    ne'arly'tw, years ago, passed away Fei-: walked!' on." REPAIR, "WORK.OF, GARAGE: COMPLETE: : IN

    ,' .. day afternoon January -27th, at4 ,5o'clock ,' ...... ALL J KINDS ' Airrs' APPOI I t '$'
    ;
    ', '' her,home Park street; .. .. .. ., .. -! ,
    "L"i ,\\i,< '.:t.& at on Told Who H w. I S .
    "
    ] -' '" She had been a sufferer-for many y..ars Dr. ''Beadon, a' former rector In El- :' 'MILLER BUILDING BROADWAY' J

    with consumption, and came>to this locality tham, Kent, KnglandX one Sunday

    health but the preached from tho text 'ha..art "- .
    primarily her ,,, ----- ------- --------
    ; thou" After reading It he made a
    disease had reached such an advanced I

    I stage that our climate, healthful as it pause for the-roiigrcgatlon to reflect
    upon the words, when a nifln..ln uillljJjrefis -
    ia, could only prolong her life a short
    { t taar1 who lIt that Instant: was MOVINGPICTURES
    .JI time. marching; very aet111 t..1i up The "middlealsle -

    .Jl The deceased'" who was born in Ohio of the church_ ; supposing It n ... a
    l seventy-six years ago, left two chil- I question addressed to him, replied, "I .loving' Picture: Buelnew pay and offers pleasure and entertainment

    ..,, dren, a daughter, living at present in am, sir, an nicer of the? Sixteenth of the highest class to the home folks. "

    'I' Illinois, and a son, Mr. L. L. Bar law; regiment of foot on a recruiting! party . We are installing machines in! many small towns, why-!: not yours?

    lot 'J 4 DEALERS TAKE NOTICE: of Raymond Ohio, who, with, his wife, here, and, having trough} m$ Vlfe Write today, I information cheerfully furnl.shejl. Every make. !machine

    -J', 1 were with Mrs. Barlow to the last. and family with me I alp' come tp on exhibition at our salesrooms,

    Mr. Barlow with the left Sat church because I wished \ to be ac .
    -'" The'"QuakerCity" label shown aboveis corpse,
    "\0 ',urday for Ridgawood Ohio, his mother'sold quainted'with the neighboring clergy TAMPA PHOTO AND ART SUPPLY COMPANY ,
    and gentry." This BO deranged tbe .
    barrel and
    l now on bag
    t stamped every home, where Interment will take divine and astonished tbe congrega- 1f".JDt.If1' UMmn IHIKT S

    containing FIRST QUALITY "Qua- place. tlon that tbe' sermon war concluded TAMPA .. .,. r . .'!il J FLORIDA._
    with considerable difficulty.
    'I
    i ker City" milled flour-it's the miller's WHAT IT COSTS


    direct guarantee of a food productof Ringing For Qofer. .
    of Among the queer church customs in .. -. .
    .. .
    1 the highest grade., This is for the To Live in Kissimmee qnd Wages. England ia tbe one observed-at, -Sq;
    { Usually Paid.- ark parish"churcbcalled '"rlnf NE'

    t tt protection of purchasers who want I'|; gofer," .Thl\.'custom.. wblcXha*. tislsimmee
    Tbe following table of prices is as
    Electric
    '
    300 ;, Co.
    for over yean aro.e through! ,a
    "First! Quality. near accurate as) it is possible to obtain, wealthy, merchant named OofeVlpelng'' .

    and ia published for the information of himself one October night: In*the'forat

    t, *4 those contemplating moving to this city: that then '.twrounded eParls.:''t, . . . -OFFERS ATPEC14L --:- v;' ,,

    Flour...... .....P'.2o t*M.M pr bbl carried -muehuloney, and th* forest REDUCED PRICES
    fUcon. :TO.to W orate Ib _
    r Snooped per was Infested with tblevea.: Buddbnly
    QUAKER CITY FLOUR MILLS CO. DrrS< Byron .14 to M MBt* perlb .
    { Br&Ui .6Jito! 7M omU per Ib, he beard the"Bound of'N w 'bells .,: A SPLENDID LINE,OPE -
    f Llmaa..na .7 to 8..nb p.1 Ib' and WU' guided safely home by tfieU "":" .
    t :fi fit (
    PHILADELPHIA KiM .0 to SeraU MrlbBwMt C'IlRIC WEEK '
    PotatoM 50 to 7&.emU per buhalIri.li music.! To commemorate bis escape FOR MEXT ,OIUT
    Fvtatoaa . f 1 to H.2S per btuhelKr Gofer left a goodly mm for.'Newark: : '
    hFUh .SB tolle: Ib'' : :'I'I'TTRIJI sroetro00.ulict'PoIuua'
    if ok.r.l l ... ... ,.. to p.r Ib bell ringers on condition; that they -. - : .
    -
    ': blt. . ... . .. .2 ap'p'-Ib on -
    for Gofer
    r. "rang e.eTTear Snn-
    .. Meal ... .. .. .. .. ...._ .. ......2tVe p.r lbF..hBB.sfk. Beaman -- -- > ,-,
    II\ day night In October and Noy'amber.Patti Building .Broadway
    (4to15ep.rlb
    ::- nusv .. . .1ft pound for$1 00 a
    DrI..t. Pra_ S to We per Ib at !Fifty-two. ... a

    { DrI..t.. p..._. .. to Hl4e 1H pn IbDrI..t Adellna Patti Wrote In a letter to Mr. ..,. .
    ; Apple IC to POT Ib "J
    NEW CENTRAL HOTEL Pun r..r.i (ogle per Ib Klein In 1805: "Do you not feel proud I IOCJOOOC
    Compound l pd. 12 to Mo I .per ,IbChMM of your little friend, who was ttytwolut. )
    CreBmnr tSe Ib
    A. BUck-Fjrcd P.. .. .. .H.. i per>vr IbOrion. month and has been singing uninterruptedly r. A. CARSON. J. A. CRANFORD. s. i.'Limncit. ;t
    0
    HAMILTON Proprietor. .. .. ..
    Aepcrlb a2.OOp.r buahel
    ..
    .
    ; ,
    -oira. . / every year from tbe ageof .Idt. v.-p.Idftot.! aep.t.rp
    IRe to i6e Ib
    f _'_ __ _ .. .. Mr sevenT I am beginning to be- .J
    ---'- "--- -=--C--=--=-T----: =---=o.-==_ ,:o=- _=- = T M >i>etollOolbK really! ; .
    ,: . .
    r rf l&o POT tmllon UeVe; what they all tell me-that I ama
    . .. .. SlIe to toe p.r d.... "I
    tFTaakWn Frien. ... tae to idle ...,b wonderful little woman!"-.Musical !;
    Kissimmee's' Newest Cbfokw .o. wteh Life In London.. KISSIMMEELUMBER
    g, and Corn..h.lld : ::e.t-. .CO.
    ost . ... .. . . ... ...700 POT bwlMlII l
    .... M to F2 00 POTbox
    ,f 8.-ln-. . ,.'. .. Sl.BOtoMSOBUekmitlul Patronising.
    ( Most Up-To-Date Hotel.JStrictly | tl.oC to 13 snCUarjiw "That man Pufferton baa a very tnpercllloua : :t
    ,
    Lsnd-nrobbtna.t1000.*2tOp par....* '
    1 ClwW La..t-pl.. . -, .tlMW to I2OOO' manner. 4t Rough and Dressed *. ,
    V Man TUB $.OO to(A on "Tea," replied Mile Cayenne. "HeC&J1't 't
    Modern and Horao* and MoU. i.00 to W-00
    Fireproof throuffhout Located in jP.rtM..bMar to ..... ....._) even say 'Ifa a pleaaant day'without
    center of the City, and AdJoinlnaPa.ssenQ'er Depot "waa.na .. .,. .. .. e .o0and ap I, seeming to patronize the cli t
    .
    . .
    Plow l to uses> ." PINE LUMBER ;
    .. Harrow. ....110 to 112.00 Star.Tr'
    .
    - __ Te.eb' .. ..... W to$70.Bona,
    ; : =
    --- '- = -0-0'= =- I
    = m
    = W ood POT oo** U75to a U :
    "l 'Juet. Bluff. "

    1 Bungalow for Sale. "Hots'' U It that the quail on your .
    .fJ:
    American Plan $2. Per bill of fare Is always struck offT- I t
    :
    HOUSE BILLS '
    Day A
    ., )" A brand well new four room bungalow, 'That' Just a'fsncy touch" explained SPECIALTY =;; .i ;
    deep water. :
    $' splendid Urge' lot. ''ci
    .: the beanery waiter. "We" neverlad
    a. for sale
    .. ; spot; cash taoo. I '
    , J.\\ I otfCTA..CARSON. I: a quail In the Joint"-PhlUdet- MOCK .
    bla Bulletin.
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    B. and Prop'r. Goes Upon the Voyage That Ends at .
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    J. YU.R .AaetclataVERY'FRIDAY._l Editor._ 'the Heavenly .Throne. .c:! BAPTIST. ccJRHI i i : : ,

    :r" Death is the fhevitablo end'of: all .. .
    ffice ,Gazette BuildWt{ .' .i BUNYAN STEPHENS) }; : PASTOR., . ,
    ) CbUNTY. FLA.a. .... : human kind, therefore our house should ., 1 \)
    always be In order to receive! the message or" ". .- .: --- :-= '
    'IO RA ES\. f I from Him -to come and dwell In . '=: -'o. . : : -r .
    .. .. ..... .. .
    ; .1 00 '' .
    _"eopt.opr. ,. .,../'X..............-. fro ..... 'His bouse, but .it ia always sad: and ) i .' '
    when it invades: the home of one of our :.

    ed AH...._-..... .except not. b.signed b.from returned by our th.author wrlc..rReJeat.d unlnM 1 lot\townspeople and takes a away:the soul I r $eiiViC8O\ c WBe! :: '. t. 1 .r

    1IecI fort a father and a grandfather who has .
    .
    I abided among us for many years, there ''t '
    ntonxl: ao In >rfMlnrnm Fla.. u II I .1a y
    ,. : p,} PG | /
    == inl'
    -- f and the wound it snakes. takes long .

    ifeb. 3, 11)11\ healing 'I I r 9:45)3IBLE: SCHOOL: i

    I Ii I On Friday)!, morning of' last we kjfte-I 1 POO: PREACH r

    1' oL soul of Mr. J. M. Willson, Sr., passed OJAY.MEN'; MEETINGTHURSDAY ,
    I II I
    f- from earth, the departure taking place n
    ; '
    \ ;:tlli' parersubscribers at the home of hia.daughter, Mr p. S. B. I.' '_ '- ,_ _

    who Aultman and in his : '
    -the presence of ;
    .must that it'is the in- {son'! J. M. Willson, Jr., and daughters, .: ;

    publishers to'later' Mrs. S. li. and .
    '" ( Aultman Mrs J. L
    the subucftption ,. rhengo, as well as hlslon.in-law.! S. B. 7:00:-PRAYER; SERVICE .

    price ) d to tlicm'com j.. Aultman; launliter-in-Iaw, Mrs J. M. .
    ;: j
    Board of County L Willson, end granddaughter: Miss Bet-

    for the purposeof ,'. tie .Au It man; hia remaining daughter; FRIDAY 1-

    them with tly ::1. Mrs. N. A. Ki ss, being in Los Angeles' .'
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    :; and ('W2rluni-| I Cal. ::7:00: B. Y. p U. dt

    "" "JI(>s and county offer .}i.. Mr. Willson was eighty-three years .
    : .
    The will ,
    '. the paper' :<. .' v y old at the time of his death and had j 5 'S
    be fi-w-weik* to any :' .,Jot..' : '. ...1i beta an exceedingly active man throughout c
    r'erl.< / is ,given us, ', 1
    his life
    long until a short time ago,
    and ilifire to -; j
    n- : ; . :; wl.<'n he rrtt with an accident from
    Ceivp rly thereafter, wiwoul I : Visitors Welcome
    wl.mh he never recoeicd While he ) :
    l t them un
    < ) put our calledKenuky( his homo, he spent
    s &"-,' t ut the regular
    mu t of Inn time here with his children> ,
    rnt-B ''E i 'Ut ci..nts for ".. .
    and was regarded! as one of our fetemosta -

    six mThe ilinn.. He hud been a member .
    I E3 F JNM
    . N _INI. of the BaptistClurc-h' for over vixty
    .
    yiar1nml I of the Mapotur fraternity for
    ,
    Colonial an ii i ight- 4Yr r. ''N L r l ''i AY 1 .
    P ,. .. over fifty years, und Iris' remains were,
    Ui.ris
    fi |) < "p'r| devoted tnll.i I P. view > r < 'HC I II c : > (
    -'n1E SE ,..A rIE: laid l to test I in Kusehill!\ ) i-cmetoiy l hy the.
    (' \ IMK colony of thatame Mil bales, of hay on him, and he
    vile of I wife with the
    I.is on Saturday,
    i i. he latent f\i'hangi: n i .trneil to hit home about
    rite of that) order, and, the service of In St. Cloud Results r e
    ke. 1 .
    cominp, ( Colonist! i i I[ Tin in -I i >I""11 :ul'i i e < i.',I'j i :". N.eu" .. ..r., I I' i I.i\ thi mom \\ '1" i 'ilti, ati"il ', the hiistmn Chun'h'Ir.\ W'iNon.p ) Mr. Robbins. <. hunilied. yards from where the
    t with and
    \ "" scenes in I. nt tonk glare. and there it
    I" was
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    plIh-h.) I Iy, Vi:, 'I> I R.I:,." s .1 I ur < t i r |'i irthaii,! otherI i oiKU / In'
    ; and thut will a greatactor 1..1.. 1 ,,1 tin- ..dire. It ,i ,U'r'pat.] | ,' Illll,.. It.iHI.,IS. !10 l J- ,toil,! nol Xl< "I- ,I ihuiactt!! mill there \\as none among A very exiiting, :( runaxxax ,.(" l ,-" i'rtuw'I' that t hi hail KustniiH'cl{ a

    .. ill ) ( [> omniuntt\' lit-10' nn | "i,'.<.etan, |I''' ''g iin' .' ,,iih'lwiihgi i ..' i I..11"h. ri.,, li .'h'i! r I Iti. r than ,iloi'- tin all our i snide| but whuwlI, glut) to know St Cloud \Vnliif-sihix IIfl'", I. .. ,,'n I"K iiiiil I frat'turt.d several ribsxhnh ., _

    I, "..lnuduig,,, Ill.It"r., Mi, V. iK ,' i .t P' 111, It' 1 'he) i i"ifiati. ?of uthercv1, I n..., him and cull him frl i n nil. J. l\t. Rillm Which \I r. itoblans 1,. of that, ," 1} I,. DM aii'mint of Ins age. makeaxii

    Tin, i th.. '(i iifNHWmwrT of finance;;-- -=tan. '._ j I"< near. ii t ).:;-r'-, _.'r'T' ts '''I' /., I 1" I h, I I''- i'dur I l-t-. ha left l u", lint his goml dey'awill t. qui| te seriously, hurt. Mr I { "" .ieruvrry. ,.y.,doiibttul. I. his/ don 11/*
    Jit1 tci t for
    "* | r t T iini ssi xsas sent t ant arrive
    : ... ,til tli .. xvithateim of ,, spintnl<1 ,
    mi ili rand,
    f the ]'" <'tit of the ( ; \ lonlrol'I Thursday' .iltinioon..
    . :N'w; .. Conforming With the Ordinance. wan-' driving a load! I of l haled rray of : IK a-teranto Leeld !
    :; f.'thl' accident
    Eighth titre.-t t Alien he met i N'o blame regretable ''
    ill IVInwtry 1.1. Im- t \\', '.pp-' | l: tl.' v htt r ,test ,in i"i ml',.- Opali.OpuN .
    I met tle,) lontuining Mr II. (". '" nltall..01 liv any of theparties tg
    een h, \ rtrintK, and\ -i veryprogram FerdirtfeiI l In,. i'th' .. itew.resumtlur : ai' c'i. tu ii i !I.'I. It-'; of (11.7.I < iis (1i,nlinaiii I are HO "" '11'IIIthlll'(; tbl.lrbl'lllIl .., .
    : sinnfonl, tliednvir of the oar, nn
    and :Mr. J. :lJ. Gardner; of Ih
    ....tin(; has : la-ft' thioiiirh th>- winterwhet i i O' ourx..i ra i ri 1'\ ory 1"- )' .\Is fiiMjucnllj: destroyed. bytb.irwl.ar..s !
    lie lurm.il o,7"t ot the road xx as tunning( very hloxxly"and doingtixtliing
    een \ nulutli'H' a "pniatU I! <, 111. t-prmt( \se.itliil. login. the .]I''d.<, ,oln'' !n I.g. tie i Il'lUltty) of materitdthe proximity to nn open! Ore \ \ ni Ills to allay the, '
    horses beiami power
    '-. of veterans by tin xi.ar ml,\ toiiiniim forw er. It I i- aregion .1- \ ..rdj'.n';, die( l't-, tllllS s.lfi Ibe (luster. of Ibis htoue la mused b\ lnghteneil at .
    ,tin. h, from. of of little flsKUKS chine even though it WIt fright: t nf.thi iKiisea
    ". tihiressesandffier 1 : of 'ju'i"p< tu.tl >uinnii i" u \\"ii tT T- Uij.iriling |lul.I > peat r 1 gds the (presence!\ m.M'hids -
    .. , .., of Jess than fixe relies, I I
    1 XS 111)) h }L.I I e' lU dl.a wlilin dclleit t the Itght Into thecharacteristic speed! '
    f(- '- ,'" is 'antiei- : less landxlnre'\ the fanrii may plant
    .. f'his 'I 1 11 he,, I"U\"not'1' I'luinblllg>|>. prismatic color of the and started 1 to run The bales Old p.ip<'r" ran oi" bought: lit. this of-
    ling the veterans \\itli a for pr'it,1t.! any mon'h a"IIo.I I sure <> : 1 if ( .M'i"' '<. phone, :Jll!! Uro.ulxMixOlii .
    started to slide from the xx ngon . at 211( c" ifs 1t'II1<)1rt'd. They are
    Jtre ,' niro.. arid will make I' harxi-t It olft'rs an attr.ietive life KPUJ.! i'lic tiniest of the'-o fissures Ulikely ;; per

    their > ,,' (, ... Times ''in trot/ ( anal'1 garden; m the. village, ] | in| rs. for "use] at' this ..free ut any moment to destroy the ing{ the fright of tin hurst* I ,.. \er.\ thing you need stone. were soon beyond :Mr 1 Kobbm matt .
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    The Klssl J nee Yalleu Gazette I L .Crenshaw Bros.' Seed Co., "Tampa, Crenshaw J3ro.. Seed, Co.,. 1'ampa,1 Mrs. Goo. Bronson, accompanied by Judge G. F. J
    .} .f .Fla." have fresh seed. 3-4t .Fla.,. hav fresh seed : her son Mr. .. R. Bronson and grandson hat Parker grand marshal", The nets cement block building which
    requests: all .adies '
    TEL who desire to Mr. A. S. Gilbert has erected "
    Main
    .. PNON NO. 11. left Saturday for on
    Homeland where
    "- -j? . .. Dr. M. ,. Hick' left Thursday* for Mr*. Barnes Duel;> and two small ah* will visit her brother Mr. W. M. i form a part Of the troop that will lead street,' opposite Mr. C. W. Gnffln's

    Tampa on,..professional' business. j sons of Syracuse, N. Y.., who sire spend-, Goodman Mr. Bronson and I the grand parade, on the WJ.h'\to;\ meet tore, is. now receiving the finishing
    ; PUBLISH :.RY FRIDAY I ing the winter at Mrs Wade LanUr's; turned\ to Kissimmee SundavlMrs. son re him in front of the court house touches to the interior, and the fixtur pare
    Your tax: must be paid by Saturday for practice at 8 mounted!
    a 7R. s 'I -BY. poll near Campbell Were in the city Tues p.m. being,installed. Mr. Gilbert will
    t ,, Feb. llth or can't vote in the .urday. Those. who cannot be hand ,
    ) 'R .. wi B'HARAI. I .you day. Dr.. ti. E. Hyre and daughter, cap send their on occupy theljuilding with hls-drv goods
    city election names and
    they will be and notion store which is locatedone
    l' \ Mr. andMrs.. H. :Mi Studstill/of Valdosta Miss Neva Large, of St.; Cloud, wenrln" assigned/ positions in the ranks now
    '. , Don't forcVt to poll tax by town door south of the new structure,
    \ ; pay your Wednesday. Mrs Hyre Is a \
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    Ga who have been visiting Mr. "prae
    :t:tf.. _rsraww+r.w Saturday eb.11th, i if yotf:>ish to vote 8. Vhlllips of this for the i titioner in the new. chool'of healing- 'Tom and] expects to take possession. in a few r
    city past
    ; Corwine the days. '
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    in the l great oolyphonlc
    city election. \ chiropradlc-and haa bf'en to Orlandoto
    week,returned to their home Thurs. .
    imitator will be I
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    seen
    Cg1to : M- Weather Report Mr. John 1I0ldcn 'of Mt.. Ayr, Iowa day, .' ing investigate an office.there the .'advlsaWljty'\ of. open Home tonight, and a# the program the opera is Mr. B. P. Mikeseil 'was'' in the city

    [ who' has been -in Kissimmee. abput a and'son ofLawt'on ,,' given for the benefit oft, the Vlllage yesterday; from Canoe 'creek where he,
    Mr. W. B. Will
    Boyd .
    month left Monday for Hot.Springs, The Florida Baptist Witness watts Improvement Society! the society that lit superintending trot operations of Mr.
    r' 'Following-are the daily einI Ark.. Mich., who are spending the five hundred new subscribers right has done and la doing so much to...-advance E. W Bowen..of-Delphla,, Ind;:, who U "j
    winter here left
    ;, 'and aa Tuesday a pleasure and thf interests of that establishing a Urge ranch. Mr.-..Mika-
    I, peraturee/ precipitation away, to get .them Is-offerlng-the our city. a
    trip to Tampa and points on the west
    nevi; W.. L. Bird of St. Peterburg..who sell experimented in
    paper at half price or H for twelvemonths large audience should ttj 'on 'hand to last Bummer grow'inga
    .t .. reported .byib..Ooverntben&! i j. at present holding tent meetings coast. jUst daring February. Send greet this wonderful manr-especially a
    . l ; slaUpn at KfsBJnicn- for the at. St. Cloud, waa in town Mon namJJa and: money'at once:to Lakeland, the prices of dmi8alon.ionly.25) 35 several of. which were 'new to

    ( I week ending.Feb. 2, 1911. day. The large warehouse which -la being Fla. 6-2t "and SO cents. , this country, and says his success even ;+
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    .' .I. v i> Mrs Wm. L. Bartlett of St. Cloud, built by Mr. Rosa Graves, In the rear 1 exceeded his expectations. He now has
    ,,' ... Mix III" ,1i.1" and Miss Anna Bard df Westerville, of the Citizens Bank building, near the We .II say that we.appreciate the Mr. Roy Freis arrived In,the city fast. a field'planted In vetch: which is growing

    Friday... . . .'. 80 53 . Ohio were m the city Tuesday on their A. C. L. freight depot, Is rapidly approaChing I efforts of the V. I. S., but the proper week from Chicago and spent a few fine.splendidly. and looking 'thrifty. and' ,
    'f completion.Mr. i way to show| that we do is to to the..
    ,' to Sanfofd. go days looking this 1
    : Saturday. . . 79 53 . way House over section! with a a
    Opera tonight and give them the i view to locating. Mr. Frels Mated that Mrs : Daniel Smith, son, daughter.
    Sunday .'. . . 81 51 . . Mr. Elmer JJoring, of Dade City arrived and Mrs. J. C. Pearson, Mrs. J. price of admission to witness' a first- he had pretty well been, over the state, and little child arrived in the city Saturday w r

    / Monday. . '.' 79 57 . in the city last! Thursday and Is L. English and Mr. G. A. Nerdntrom, .class performance by that prince -.of. and that.he-loujid no..place-that-in.any*, l from Estes; Park col\ L and havejoined ,
    few with Mr. G. A. who are spending the winter liere,left entertainers Tom Corwine.As < "Smlth--wliota ; '
    days fMr.
    . spending a .way'rompar..d.t.o' Kissimmee ; now working
    I Tuesday. . j'. 79 64 Gilbert. Monday for a week's stay In Tampaand as a place }
    for.Mr. Rull 1 Bass
    either live southeast town.
    / Wednesday. . 79 54 . St. Petersburg. i previously announced on last Sun..- .to or engage in business, Mr. Smith +
    and that he came to this locality
    .' would bring his here some
    J 52 . Mr.J. M. Akers and family, of Cleve day evening. Rev B. P. Fullerton D. family
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    Thursday ; in time for his health; and the
    October when ago during
    he would
    Mr. A. L. Bain of Greensboro N: C., D.LL. D. of St. Louis Mo. purchase a
    land, Ohio, who have been in Kissimmee preached three '
    months that he has been
    home and become or more
    is in the for few days atrttle a full-fledged KfcBimmee -
    looking over
    city a
    the past weekleft Thursday for St. ) Presbyterian church. Those in here he has
    citizen. gained in weight over
    _. h Petersburg.Miss some of our choice farming lands with attendance were reward by hearing a '
    j .,, the intention of buying. Mr. Bam is a most able sermon on "The Business of V twenty pounds. lie in so (delightedwith !

    E. E. Butner of Louisville A guest'at the Graystone. the Church Witnessing! for Christ. Mr. Carrjt'' lon E. !:BarrS presidentof our country and climate that he .,
    traveling saleslady with the Uplift the KiftftrnmeeVa Land sent for'hifamily\ and now intends to
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    Wedt1 sday. . -'-.. Telegraph: Company in the Kissimmee tin. Tenn. Monday and brought laborers ,
    .I passed 'through Kissimmee : nine to Messrs. T. K. Miller and J. J. BrO-
    be theart'llal
    drug store will opened
    I S -up on Friday en route to St. ]Petersburg/ cork m Knsimmev l'ark. Mr. Burrs pliy of Pittsburg In the
    Mr. Emery Stegall of Know county + I were city.
    i Ill., who is spending the winter 'aJDavenport of the operator, i in a day oivtwo...... ', Mrs. Gardener is an old friend) of- Mrs. is much pleased with the manner in Wednesday Mr. Miller president of w
    .' from, Jacksonville. .
    T. M. Murphy who was at the !J.utduring v/hich ,people from the .North and West'' the company which is interested in an
    __ __ wej was in town Satu..Jay.o1JbUBin""II.
    woven s44% '
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    / the made train The are |nn-chnMiiiif tracts in Kisaimmeef. !I
    Miss, Maud Alford. who has been employed stop b1th. ; I electric line from ford to Klssimmoe -
    1 adieu had not met in over twenty Parkf.timo, and nays that it i s only a question and
    Lincoln IJeights-February 8th. Gut at the postolTice for the past j was here looking over the proposed c
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    f Mr. W. R. Smith of Geneva; 111. seven months, has ,,'sijCm'h..r\ position years. 1 Io when property. m tire Park will | route towns throughwhich the
    Mr. A. E. Drought _waR in OrlandoSunday. ; who, with his wife, is spending the Mr. G. W. Best her successor, Mr. H. Evani: ,"- ,clif'i'' -nil tn obtain at even, dnuhle the I linoL will pa' "s, et .. of Of all un. Ill who i prices now asks). '
    winter in Davenport was In town began his duties Monday. has been in pushing the project to an early com pie.tiOll.
    spending several weeks this
    "'l! 1 humday.Mr \ .' These. gentlemen will return in a
    r ,.J Mr. G. B. W xx1all of Narcoossee w us I vicinity left Friday for his home in the. i i(1: : Sunday morning the h"'lllful couple! of weeks with
    11tJ.. H. Steffee and daughter An-. a proposition
    in town Tuesday.; : R. K. Roper!:, representative' of I nielwlle! of Green Pond", were in the North. ..- h.Mr.. Evans bought i'r..shvt.'rlanhureh 01 141. ('loud<1 will which they will submit to the citizens
    The firm of J.P. & -Cn. Philadelphia ] n tract of land ut KUtimmei !Pink tu bel-hirutrd to the ice ( ..
    Morgan city last week visiting friends and left rl 1'+' IIf ; ,1. Il and. the Hoard l of Trade. ;,,
    Crenshaw 1)1'1') '. Seed Co TunYpa which he will :
    was. in town Friday transacting return next winter with i. nllw just' a"V"llt-''n moniIts sinesRev r
    Fla. have fresh seed, :I'-H! I Fi'iilay for Nichols to spend] a fw( days his family and Snake this his .
    - j jKisBimmee's business.\ with, Mrs\ George Stelfee.Mrs. permanent S. S tiny'der first t w. t 10 Fol. A copy of the'December number'oftIll'
    homp. .. I ('Jnlll., finding, 1'111 fOil houses\ there Florida J Pennant, a monthly mag-
    Ir. great day- February Mh ] Mr. and Mrs. H. (' Mt'yer: of Wellsburg : AT Sidra' that t"Io'; religious ser-ie-s I
    (, . J. L. Moon Jr., and son 'JohnL. : eve imnu published by the students of the
    Y- Lincoln-Heights.! /( -tt, ,-W. Va who1iu\e beep spending) Moon of Fort Meade, who have ,\ small fire watt clisoovorecf TUi"'''IivaTterno il..n I'olldu..t.d in a tent or ;n II hail: University' of Florida was called to our r '

    I.e. Mr. W. W. Roberts, of Tampa, was: several weeks K-iKsimmee, left Monday been visiting in Jacksonville, arrived in in on the roof of the old, liuil I- I, lint now a well aiIpumlIhurch!' mcump'ctfd. att'ntion( I this wet'k. The magazine is
    for Oilnndo.] inu. near the A. C. I L. freight houRe. ''. l Rev. Smtlei Itnn been attractive form and
    prepared in a
    ,ut in the city Saturday the city Monday!! to spend a few days at very ,
    e the J.' L. Moon home. which 'IH. occupied liv W H. MakmMin 1 inked to preach Ih".d'cl-entorv' ",'rln''''. 'is tilled 'with interesting editorials,
    'he' I Mr. F. A. Knox who ha been spending us a wa r'hou.t.ot: ; a great' dual of I hind l ]{. T. E] l "
    Mr. C. H. Cook, of St. Cloud was in .v. lii erm..re will aa town Saturday on I t.u..illl'. 9a' , I several months "here; l a for Jacksonville en route to his home. "l'.lal.. of the I'rl.sb't..rilln Board of was very great for n lime. owing:: thr I I next :-''uI..I"yTIOI'III11J. {. ball Number and contains an account n J
    Beautiful! healthful. ,pRturesUe(| Lincoln in (leveland l. Ohio. (Home 1\1\ i""ionR. was in the city Sunday location the l building und the inflammable IIf the st-asori'M. games, as well as a i bs,_ ) Heights IVInuarj, Kh.| t-lt! I und ut the evening service of nature of its content, w I4ts. of each o'f the the
    , Dr. \\ i'. Person" ; of Orlandoi sin lll't'l\d1l'd] I School| {t'oinrni'Vioner i 11 K'. n'o"'n."f up players on -i1
    ea in attendance MrW t the, J .. ch urch.,11sa f'.iinpiiell, t t.'IN :a that l.iv.iiutiling I''. F. .t-ain. 'We notice the name t.. .
    It r. Alton lil'Onhn.of. :McJ.ean'sS1atnnt town Sunday upon I Seven young\ '"advt.: '. foul l>0\ and) xjtorx:: .
    htas was in town llmisday.' J. S. Parr, who has bven" quite| ill, I 1 Lot tie Hlackbuin 0' Live Oak tire girls' .MIImntied; ill l.ike'I'n- aart 1 lo lick in Hi.,. vhml-| l r hive: of R. L. .. Jariell a Kismmmee boy, on i./i y
    .. but I" now improving andlra..1. of Ocnlaere. I hnIu'kit 'oga; Siind.iv, .ittirnooi, bv theRev 'ever hi"lrf; d| tiefojf. ,p,'rt,.tni'njr I 1i> t'lcwondi the \board, or c-ditorn. Mr. Jarrell holds ,
    Mr. Harvey Smith li-lt Monday. .for Antiley. in s. J. Vii "-"* of the Chrisli.in .r- of II I 'In-, -i,",i'on' I..t.. Mimlihi th" ..tI,'.' nl business' manager.Layman's .. ;:
    4 the], Thursday on their to Mei -
    fund! he j city way "lulI'd,I 1 .c>ni' i rti' .fl'lI I -,, '! hitrro.i. ,. --,-- ,
    it to ein ,
    Dana to.be gone several months. Tom Corwine i fully as i Lean's Station where, I'd' ra. Ani.ley will I chu rch. 'J he I aplismnl service. ji ;
    "lIt I and, on th- :J1'J'h*' good!, if not snperorto Ralph' Hing- I Visit her sun.Mr! C. F. Antlev.* "performed,) ut < airlock., near ;"I't. )
    <19. Mr. Arthur K. Donegan was in St 1. ham as an entertainer. Hear linn at I ,i JohiiHoil pier and WJH u itni'sxinl l by> a \ "i'intr tte*". \\ u> in-blootn., Though Meeting.Vi' d.

    Cloud and Niirrooui.ee Monday, the opera house tonight I You will puss a pleasant ( M mnn and, large crowd of peopliMtKsix -. u .' tcim; .\. IKI'KVI: ; thai.. j'lint-. 'out{ veg.- ? >\ sue requested.| ( by President A. S. 'd;
    '1,101 1 I '- u, .iv li'iryt '11.1 K i r argil! marelus'tnt
    the V. I.I tlieir work of
    also assist
    ingthe Get in the rush that will to Lin- < Mi. Monroe I Myerj. traveling .HHI| "s- S. in 1 .. ., , Nelson to say that the Layman's. meeting
    go Kissimmee. still tienutiful) ': Hall, und Hyxbe, of Iowa< who ) i .1"I' t JI thin UnJ, di I 111\: "- ;,
    coin's Ileightw; on February 8th. i-lt man with the, Andrew Jui'rg 'ns, Company if milking von. attend the performance mole of Toml'to'wilwa.t I ire\ wint<-.rinK in KiKsimmee, ai" spend| whore 4jl-i. tin ...iI 11,. ,tint *. m vei* i : ?t. the Iiiiptmt Church next Sunday if.f.

    A home in Lincoln heights means u1 -..<,1 1 o lid,1 1spiout afternoon willi|be led by Mr. C. A. Carson ,...-
    day -ailing on I the tradeFlowing I many lieuutiful orange groves in this. . end I !1.1'n' '.ith..n, ti,M, mottos. '
    fife of and Kf'nlth. February mid that the subject for discussion 'f
    happiness wells. be ohtained !Miss. Mattie Bandy -leaves) !Monday section, among which is Mr.I I.V. Mil I fn m tin-l tine of ,p'litimr, Tinonly)
    Mb. (li;j-lt I artesian can >- I
    U!. Nashville ler' which Uiev of thi have tn eff, that the will be of xpi-cial interest.All ;
    at little depth in Lincoln Heights. I for Atlanta St. Louis and I pronounic line MI UT one 'r is .
    are Mrs. C L. Hjatt who has been very; Lots. only flu, and each pUrlliasirKetsu other points. to select, her spring Block bent they ha\ "e<'n These frentlemtn soil m. BO rich i and the rnperiitu. .<. wo ur- cordially invited to 8ttef l. :i:

    ler, ill for borne tune, is it-ported as impro\- twenty-dollar, gold bond. till of millinery. Miss 'HHl1Ily expects to wont o\'<'r to St. ( loud toiUito \n-w TIl..f..t th ,t >1..1 I i i..t i c nit! ec..p fit m -
    ""> ":alment.frohl the city atiout, a month. the wonders. of O.re.'a. cnutitj's. won. j (>, ruin, :ilinn 111.II,. I. w <'0\ t ufrPI. be'ng Large Desk blott..r",.. ; sale; at this
    KMr Mrs E. E, Williams St. Cloiuf i was I ler tow.n. I I n..-.) ill '4.. |T" ind 1 office: for 10) cents. 1.
    I. : Mrs. O. F, Robinson and') EiRS Eliza-
    - JT: who 18 > the I 1,
    Sefton spending the. city Tuesday" en route to yrA-'
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    t winter in St.: Cloud was\ in town\ Thurs Iii fuse; N 'J.. whenhhe. was called l by 'I i"thn'nlJl.of, \ Orlando., accompanied, ] ...
    I by Mr H. K. Roper I of Philadelphia, I II I .
    A. day. .. the Mudd.tn il'ness' of her grandchild., .
    r the 1'rul.iv route* to
    I I were in city en ..
    Mr. J. W. Daughter) I left Saturday on Mr. and Mrs.' J. K. f'onn of 1'oint, j| :New< York \ia. Tumpa and Key West I Sn

    a business trip of several: days to Million Pa. .are uinteiing in Kissimmee t
    Tampa: and have taken rooms with Mrs XIJ.H( ) per month straight salary and,

    :Finns n, itt' the O'Herry house. I expenses, to men with rig, to introduce \ ( vy tif1
    Mr. Chus. flruch! and wife, of Haj nes our Poultry Kernedie, Don't answer r SRP S' r. uGb

    City w re mThe city Saturday:; "n their Miss "\ a and Myrtle Collier Miss unless you mean business Eureka -

    way to Gotha. Sadie llaiuntk. Miss Mattie Wtoo "- Miss Marine \Voodall and :Mr. Tom East St. .Louis 'III. tj 4t

    John Faucett of Savona-, Y", Wooda'l"ijfrt-unday in Narcooss t
    is.. apeand come' time,. iit Kissimmee .. .. .. '' ; _, ._ Mr, J. L.',Ueveny, of the Pittsburg ,
    St, Ciou '" "- ': dl/.ir';", /; ; ' The Osceola left Tuesday morning office of the Fowler Land Company/
    ,.' jilt-{\.' \lF', ;,'lta':,) J", ,' ".-.. '' ? with..Hfveral passengers and a big/ cargoof who arrived' !In Kissimmce some time

    Mr,!,W.vJfcJJostlckyof; StU CIOUl1"wall freight on her regular(>(;klnrlp to "ego with a party of !homencekers from
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    in town Saturday en route' to.Tampa. on Baseenger.' .. '" *' '. .."'';., ':'- Pennsylvania,,'(returned. tot I'itthburg!
    --a business trip. Monday.
    Mr. 'B. K. Paschal anyO'd! in the city
    Mr. P A. Vans Agnew returned; yesterday morning to 15TciJit a position The Usreola arrived at the, city dock I

    Wednesday from. a business trip to us prescription clerk for the' Kistimrnee! j I Sunday afternoon with a large cargo of

    Jacksonville Drug Company. I freight from down river points. Among y,v t ,
    ;! her passengers. were Mr. John Leighty wr
    Sehcl Bowman Realty Co. a purchaserfor Mr. Oris. Tillman who has .ben in Mr. and Miss. Oavis from Grape Hammock -

    a lot in Lincoln Heights and-get a trio city for several: days a guest of Mr i and! Mr. Tom Bass from) Bluff=

    five-dollar gold bond. McLean left Sunday evining. for Ills ,, Hammock.Rev. .-

    Mt. Stacy Lear, of Yardley, Pa., home in Bartow. Chas. W. Brittain a former

    who is spending the winter in St. Cloud. Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Boss and Mrs. N. II pastor of the Baptist church here, but Iu

    waa in the city Saturday. '. Campbell, of Rosa City Mich. and Mr. now publisher of the Baptist Witnessat : td

    and Mrs. George Overutreet spent Lakeland was in >Sunday t r
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    v4.. wi.1 The I meet Board in of regular County session Commissioners at the Tuesday in St. Cloud.. and t/w.local.d..nomination./ ,preached! at the morning service of I i1 Illl'IIIIII' ilh l

    court houae next Monday. Mr. G. P. Lilly a'nd Mrs; J. -'. Conner i

    ., of been Messrs. Wm. of Lake City
    music "Oriental Wedding" Raymond Ill. who have Goodrich
    ;. Special (and Sun.- pending several days in Kissimmee 1 Minn., Joseph G. Cook and F. H. Carter -
    the Christian.church next
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    ,. ;.. 4 Vance pastor left Tuesday for Fort Meade. of Mahomet. 111. arrived in the
    day. S. J.
    '.. ; city last Friday night and expect to
    / fYI Mr. N. A. .Bucklin of Akron Ohio Mr. J. S. Keen of JackeonVille! an spend some time enjoying our de'ight-

    I who spending the Winter in Fort ardent admirer and a strong supporter ful climate. '
    of Hon. "N. P. is his
    Bryan, calling on
    .. Myers was the city today. if
    in old friend Mr.. M. Katz-thia week. No'money is ever squandered spent
    in a good cause-the V. I. S. invites
    Mr E. A. Johnson of Monticello to attend the performance of Tom ::"'
    Mr. R. M. Gooder of Tampa,. who has you
    Ohio who tts spending the winter in St.
    was been engaged in toe contracting business Corwine at the Opera House tonightand
    Cloud in town Monday in St. Cloud for the put year, was bring either 25, 85 or 60 cents to

    Mrs A. Muse of St. Clouds who has in tie city Saturday. pay for your seat. HOME. OF MR. FAIRBANKS ON THE BEACH ,

    been at the Orlando Sanitarium for a Mr. and Mrs. A. Hopson, of St. Mr. J. L. Burrows arrived this mprn-

    week spent Monday in tbe city. Cloud, were in town Saturday their )Ing from Maitland Fla., to take charge AT

    The immortal Lincoln waa born on way home from Tampa, where they of the up-town office of the Western'
    wr,1T February 12th Go to Lincoln Heights had spent several days. Union Telegraph COmpany."i'h has '
    just been installed in the,tore rot The
    6-11
    on tbe 8th. Mr. George Lathrop and sister Miss KisBiniir.ee .
    r ... Drug COmp } 1. EISSIMMEE 'PARK.
    !K; Mr. F. S. Carr, of Springfield Mass., Elizabeth Lathrop returned! Monday
    ' who has been spending several days from a' week's pleasure' trip to Miami Next Sunday February 5th, at the r
    and other cities the Methodist Church/ the Holy Sacrament -
    here, left Monday for Lakeland. on east coast: .
    4. of the Lord's Supper will be administered -
    Mr. J. S. Stratton. of Peghorn, left Mrs. B. k'. Cobb and child and"Mr. at.the close of the preaching '

    Monday for Savannah and Charleston and Mr. R. A. Snyder left Tuesday for service. All are invited and all mem-

    on a business trip of a few days Campbell where they will visit with beta areA, rged to be present. W.. H. Fftil'ftnk"ilt' "
    Mrs. Wade Lanier for a abort time. Funk, pastor.MrsD. Mr. His House Last July )
    Mrs. McDowell of Ok'aloona, MI...,

    '- formerly. Ming- Alil: .....JB6nnejmaru! J is. Mrs. George-B88a. who has been HI i ., First
    Ho wtls tho -
    visiting friends at Shingle Creek. at her home on Main street for several a' 'few days ago and will spend | Market.-----

    weeks, suffered a sinking:- ipell yesteiv several weeks among her old friends. lie now has a homo sosnuatod that ho can have his fishingboating; bathing 9
    The -dollar.) gold bond will be day and today reported aa being v fy. She is making her headquarters at the

    accepted until March lat as part par. low. / Graystone.. and expects later' in the within three hundred feet of his 'front ment for a lot in Lincoln Heights. / season to visit Palm Beach and Miami.
    Mrs. E. D. Hopkins, of Devil's] Lake same distance of Ills hack door that will, yield )him vegetables and( fruits any is
    The world may be filled with music, Wis., and Mrs. H. W. Se-gworth.( ,Dr. F. G. Thomason was in Tampa :

    '.. but a residence a\\ Lincoln Heights will i Anamosa la., who are,.Depending the Sunday on a professional) visit. The, and every month In the )'(,UI'. t :
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    i be filled with bliss-February 8th. 6-11 winter in St. Cloud werein town Tues doctor made' the trip over with Mr.S. :
    day. / i B. Aultman In his automobile, and ,- -- - -- 1 1There
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    'f Me" rto. A. J. Weber and C. R. 5f.I. / came back by raiL He reports the ro ,(

    l .I. ford of Lenoir N. C., arrived (In the Mr. R. M. Billings, manager of vales roads aa being very bad in places.
    t city this week to spend some time pros- and Mr. H. A! Smith both with the Has Been NO FROST On Mr. Fairbanks' Land This. Winter.Kissimmee .

    pecting. Peninsular Paint and Varnish Company Mr.....W. R. Summerville of Benton .

    of Bostop-'knd Detroit, were in the city Harbor, Mich., was in town Wednesday 't,;qf
    .t1 Robinson and ._ - c _- .
    Messrs. D. A. S. L. Saturday calling upon friends. Mr. Summerville = .
    .t Bailey, of Harrodaburg Ky., arrivedin I had been spending some time in $t.
    the city Friday for an indefinite HOIl. W. R. O'Neal postmaster of I Petersburg and la now on his way to
    atay. 6rlando. was in the city Wednesday in ; his home in the North.
    '.. the interest of the Orange County ('air, Land
    .. Mrs. W. E. Cadman\ of Narcoosffeewaa and paid this office a very pleasant call. Messrs. J. Percy Oliver)and W. H. Valley Company J

    in town Monday on her way'n ome Oliver brother and cousin respectivelyof
    from Orlando where-she tpejrtisevdays. .. Mr. and Mrs S. J. Thornton, of Her- Mr. J. W. Oliver, and 'Mr. B. L. .

    ,', ney Neb., who are spending the winter I Young, ail! of Dadeville, Ala., are 'lw.
    in Kissimmee, have left the Park spending several days here the guests J. MATTOCKS: Manager.' > ..."
    Mr. S. E. Barton and wife of Parish, Hotel and have taken the furnished of Mr. Oliver and family. These gentlemen : .. .. lOP'
    N. Y. who are spending several months rooms formerly occupied by Mr. J. W. are all well pleased with Kissimmee .
    ) II in Lakeland, are in this 'city for a few Lilly over the Willson Real Estate and will probably make some KISSIMMEE FLORAM:

    days -Agency.- 'r. investments before returning borne. -
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    ', . '- -- LIFE IN' NEW YORK --1 1 Or) 1.... Q. Thoipasoti
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    Women of Today Are .l :"
    > iu !!.. 114 U.U I Q .. Woqd's Seeds /'. ' '
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    ." I I I.J'l l : 'PHYSICIAN 'and .SREQN

    .LFiih'E ; tiiely Too Fast. . .' . >, ":. '. '' 'II '

    ..-.\ .. I Made tS, Serve .the En1sof'iusttce How It May Run In a 'Deep' RutS S :* For, The Offlc* 1'lion14! ii; .i..Ridetico.: 126

    c. By IXNNY CROSBY .th! Blind Hynrin Wrli.r. Who. I ll.c.nilv Celebrated: j -"

    _,, ', JIJ; NIn.tI.thfllrthday- \ t i: In a Case lniapan.: I In! .the Matter of Locality*. . Farm ant Garden S

    THINK women areliving-) too fast! T c.y, linyrf( TOO MANY' 1 ,; S J' : ,t -. .. ---.--- havts an established reputation ,:., J . I x.K: :t D:


    ,_ :1 i: FADS. Instead 1 of altendfng to iheir"J".mes!;; iJe! plunge into THE RUSE OF. A WISE. MAYOR..fLAME F..A.MAN WHO' MOVED. extending -over and used thirty extensively year, be. 'MY-SICIAN AND SURGEON

    -- ing
    Xi 'rThla planted
    maelstrom' of and "
    !a activity over"suffrage over socifJy even .
    ( by the! best Farmers,and GarcUn-? Olllce ovei Oiceola i'al'maey -

    .*t ., politics. I am.told that .in N York there arc hundreds r>{ 801 ,:"on.Jik. Official, t Whom an The .Home.iokn..e That C am. With ers throughout the Middle anch SS
    -5---, 1 lle l 3enpe 63 .3
    '[L womenin. the. fashionable seta who thus waste the cmjrgy of tlioir I lives.Oho I Innocent Man Accused of Th.ft Appealed .' |I Working; Uptown After Tvyenty Southern States. I, OSLS; .. t{r v>(!)ce< ..
    I : i 6chltm f Year. of Rautina'Travel> to and From 1187V.
    Devised SiVnple ; '
    SLOWLY\
    I r TO LIVE
    MUST LIV-E I
    1 will .
    That Diecroud' the Real 'Culpritm. and In'the Dovntowff"rDi! (. S S Wood's New for 19II 1 : --
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    1 i : : LOXQ. One- should be content with his !lot, for I : .help y u .5 :)
    .
    nVrvnnt; II Th >'nt tliousiiiulfe S ed Catalog !
    i One, dny n emplojeil( by life i I < nr& and tiiuiiKiin
    L4 worry i is useless dud. enp 'atit g. CII1tinltc'Chri'fJ proprietor( of II .lilg nlonc I lifnr: ..Iiipnubrldfjoi" i''. of trion lii VIMV York Mty whtau. 4nis.; to what crops'and seeds to plant ""\ \7VJNJ'T .

    linn Christian AIJFDE) BY In V('iMo.wim, i-iit with | liens lini been confined ti/bii d I ;
    t p ::6.:..,. thoughts and habit ." lipnvy I IMii. II i iI for success and profit. Our publications .
    plit-k of'nlull IIII' "olloll KOIX) )** on Ills for I twt-nl.V yqara or luoro, wli.mc rIO l Hv.I 'I-'H"' ICIA.Ajo" .IlJRntWN
    I
    ,1.: THE .GOLDENnULE. Give the old) 'n."hioneJM" noted .. I>
    [ .. .. t IH hark (OH\IT In IIiViiJo illslrlctYlicn I Have long been 5- .
    -M" JI I'Q\ltlno I (Holiliitii Ihll't1l.11(i>n, vtlio, al'Uhillhthil .t.. KUWIMHKB.FLORIDA..
    tlUlDIENCKTIIUNIC;
    I I
    when oliim-lj it Lp"lllll'e tliiIrtoret. iiiesgengear' ria..liHl Voko for the full and complete information
    religion people( ( went to n"
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    I. !I I In trii'Tvlliitf by u poll' '''IJr I irrtCK' PisS If: <
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    ; : Xra fasMorrabltj-orbccanse it gn\e an i OI'I'OIITU-- Jr train. u\&ty day In-4.Lo week, w !Iw ren .' --
    J.V. SIMPSONDENTIST.
    \ more fate tlirin the little grove r-U. !:
    i, I their "offices barring. tle-upa, at u ir;, i iInr Catalog mailed free on
    ITY TO DISPLAY- FIX; CLOTII1XG but .
    : : W of IroijH: set nhout tho stone Mat tic of
    : hour /and take up their dally ",rli! I' request. Write' for it. ,.
    :\ CIllirS'TIANDUTY ; l hi- ,,"d.lI?". I Ihe I'otroll saint of triivl .5 .
    : ,; : It was a'call of faith and! a ii.ml. hold to 11 until tfie hour of (1".1:0"< :<"ki
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    l nUll 1ofoiiHHoHK! woinnn and dill-
    :. dr-en i I Many: of {hose men uuconwrlpiinlj' #I '" T. W. WOOD & SONS lJSt81"S, In Katz\ nulldtnlC.
    ., i to Iviiuw and make frlenda. of pt.1''' t m. O' 12 ,
    J S m.
    Let' Uk have fewer divorces. The ""lUll"" II I )porter. awoltp (from nu 'wjiosp mime* they iiet cr lonfn. Tlic.. Seedsmen. Richmond. Va.: !) "' OKHWH* : .r} .0..8.:. ; III .,,:::111, ;

    t' ip In find that: Ills PinjiIo.viT's, cottonlull :; !lioi'ot.io attached to loculltlCM lii uRtrniiKP Telephone No. 76 7 Jun I oXlvr,
    o It st il] ilNnipc.n| , In Krcal I dhlJ..It"( ho ,I 4-st _
    sort of way nn l ,1,1 not renlloI S
    THE WOMEN WHO SPEND ,THEIR NIGHTS IN THE: REVELS'OHOCIETY went to t tbe .uliiU'l.oeiiiT? II oonfesHod<1 --=--- S
    IAIH.11'uU!; Is the _att t<:l1ownl. Hero : ----- -- W. W..CARSON. D. D. S.
    1 a OR IN EATING r.IERrcH; FOODS AND DRINKING STRONG ; I hill I lie hllf itlopt, ninl that a robbor\ I I Is tile story ot one of, (them lutu vjn>s<> I DENTAL PARLORS _

    WINES! OF FASHIONABLE RESTAURANTS ARE LOSING. THEIR HAP : hud inn The Rlnsl..r1ld not bo- ,
    that ; RIVERS BUILDING
    tiiilloH awl
    3 tlNE8S! THEIR BEAUTY AND THEIR. POWER TO. LIVE LONG ANOCHEERFULLY. : Here Ills .story Mining Unit It ,wonklhiive I Mm ninl, thrust a (juiilnt 1 Ihrhl mirpii'csf I iii>>nNolno House Painting"Paper OVER OSCEOLA PHARMACY

    .. IICIMI I 11II.|.()'O..lhle fur II rolibor I to of the rlty'i pc
    .. ;j-* mnltiirt, \\nli,. -o Inrec H Imndlv In I "In the twenty years hint 'I \\.is, I wPFICE HOUAS' \1 B TO 'j. -r
    -- II \ .t
    hronil! ,diij liKln I iilt'Ks' the purlerHlionlil iliiwnfonn" the man said III tVlltvi. Iii < yo .

    < pnj for I lIe l lost (tiioils lie "' 'nhll xpurloni'. "I l: was in the habit>.. wi-itli. ; HniiigIccorutiiig
    .- \\\ .. I : :\VIJA5-.ON: lie. .
    hire: to co to 1 ptlson "i lit I HM- muster or pi-riiilttlnit. "f tuhluc a wiill> ztlI ort S .I. ,..

    ? I In In I MMfriKt NO1.Alt' 1'imi.ic. .
    Have You Anything to Sell Barter or Exchange \ ( ,
    I MUI..I; q( <>k i (botwrcn City Hall ami I llu- I MM I It ) ST lRATL"nIiK.. -
    '011 lire > iMtilnh l In lilninc fm Inn' t 1Q17. I h.fool..1( l lcr>' )loll. >r mihullt Knlsol11il1il1g .

    If su |pit ,i Ol.ismfuil AilviTlisi'ini-nl. in I In- IFHMaKo.inc Inn, fnllon,, II-II-KP, ." .ii.>piu\ed the mi\or.' !ground. TII hat trrlI, i'V tin 1 | Heal Ei.ttitcgent. .

    NumlM'V" of th1 Vallos: (...i.i'tli1whciv "but' .111.! > eqiiiIlv, To 1 Mime for hi man't.i,.Iii rtinnwa 1 lime coino, I In t i t i'i .KItweutj -:-

    I it I Kill, In- . .f, !I.. a pul i....HI.I, ,I.. piulci-t' "e\ <>r.mi.: > }'e>nr. l If..w mum ..I.! "i, mi Workmanship Guaranteed as I .{ : .,....I| M Ml' I KI.OklDA

    ho tniNii hi him. anti, In till, Inxl.itK' 'i1hi hira 'linn ihit Uno1MII F
    READ BY 25.OOC PEOPLE. bulIlhlj1I: : t :iM In t I I 1
    N > bnv( lnU.i\ ...1 l vein,' I \\lll (h HIMtin, i ,,4 I11H11)' lllillHCN. lull'<' III,I'll |,llllol' Good as the Best. 1I i
    Lw 0 ERTISf E I PRINTED IN tl l.OR) >N tOVERTISEMFNT PRINTED 'III f tt'lVI ) 1 fl "I'I ,'-I.I. M'l'l, ,It, iimlit' !h'f"n', me fort .to" Ho ] I W. S. HARWELL _
    10000 MtdtZINEI FOR ONLY 10000 HHG1/IHF5 FOR ONLY, II niflllV TIOM OM4 4 \\l\\ I' X OIK-
    . ... ... .. t 11'1.11.I -J..H1C "I'! Illoni tn\\fi1iiit u Mil,I. :
    I I'
    I ( .:.o".k"1\> : .i. ,l.u., ..in,, ,i.v I i "itxnn "'"3 ''Ii'1 1pi 1 II , Ui| -v REAL ESTATE
    ''lU'ltiiir" ro nii'-tiMU-t) i, i. "i "il.. \i ,t. ",infur 'I t II| k.,' '""U". ''i 1 II in., "I.| \\ tiokn civ: 0 Iniiiii'illnto( oiili-rs. I ii> hi" to (tllltO! the phi ,"< of heInndni. i :!.-': P.O.Bex -
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    "I .cxltm I M' >'k t I > I
    . >ili in iUi" > ill
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    I 4 .W"'I. .'I 'rnL,,. u t TMHI 1 '. I i' i ' ) '' ''' |ltl''' II '.1t < 01111 t out\ "ri.' i I., j po ,nnil} hIred tin- .J ll/I <> 'T 1 ar<>t t t. know theli"\\"or 1\.1 I oftov G. H. WEBKING Notirv Public at LargeIIICI'
    [i-.tr "' H li U\ f 'II ur :. 'I\U': :, ,:;, \ ,::, ;,:: I.'I I No. 511s. '
    .1 F \\Itrti in '< Hr ,fl n Mm". miu, ,in, I r-nti'I...i. I in MI. "*-i-, I < I ViUnu.i"' '! '.I4'-'I< t anil',, liihiK! him' )lie 11 HO -oIl l! 1 ,I'onlil Kluit tn\ .-r.- 11111 I I ,nei( itibeisiin'H: ,, I 1'liarniHcyKIS.1V S
    t fun-i Ire, lini.I. 'r vi'it ,I.n, ,' trill 1'111"1'1 innUc/ menial, /,11111'> "..r nut"'\ .r I llublocks I : Ml 1.:1': .. TI.A.

    ii Only fie 'S. or 1 the ,"111 ,',I- ili"united" on tbi-lr, lnlmi mid .ee the U"","'* .>n ( h' l 1.1Ing" .III,\ ,

    j A 'ordVrot ,. \uiir .1 I and! I ,-"dlt; ID! .iit-iinfT'"m I tin-) iniiyi/ini1$ ( l"'l i 'l'lie 'iii --i, "IMIIIIII, ] tin I,. iiri.! <>f I If I \''lilt t "',I nn\\ 111'/I I !. I It. fi, ,in' 4 .

    I Is lit Mllf' 111'lill. IIII llflU tliiTTno, , "nnI, ,l \\ ""h mils ,of ruM'| ... !'hentl ? ulnu! I i< on to nntliInLT clubonil, > I U t"*uonin I. AAN-< A' "1.\\ W H < 'W''RI1)
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    I -t I "i "i.1 ,1,1 ,u" ,Ii,: .., friini" h'thi'i l '! i;'' II_',' wlioix (tit (gel! ( tliom I It I ni> 8. D1CKERSON VANS AGNEW & CRAWFORDKI .. ,

    Ik, -I''al Into'. :"i i ut \ uli'!'H i 100 "I InsmniMi "nll"r I I" ::: ,I. lab wen" do''rtil'! I '!.&&i-\\
    SPECIAL I EDITION I K KISSIMMEE I I VAL lY GAZETTE I
    .il I l.i'fuii,. I tin.1 .1 ll'o! " '1'''' 1.,1, where It roiilil], bo sor .',1 nnil, Just \\ 'li 0,1, I I : : :: t I.y1tcr -
    S.
    btin' III( 1.1" I "'i 1"i I' ,l"i "f; the fun itlieii It w iiu.cl: I i'' i i"A : will sell you I : ::,'- J'u'l1c

    t-,.tTI l .'..I.- \\ ,ib."\ \Mie lull] Hi,.it "t-'ri'iil' I Ity in i T stunils ..tlll, It N., I \.r.| .-.. i NIl 14 u ,Hi"} ',in\ il'Jm) r>'II
    .. 10"1", lie 111' "U ol I. f.il" ; Ilu. > lint N .11/ 'll.ul I" "1." I t Is All ii-stli-vM-l4 I Kir.it' .1e111.| I I Wlnl-irt'lu-i-' r 511 1 I .I, l..n 11111. 'S. I 55 l ill It iiKllk IIlIlId'1l'
    1li.ll I Ihi i Itl/i us ill. \t-lcd. tlio, MIMU \\ 'It. blK"III1IUH. II plllt '.f It >? I I'I in I I.(1'" I i \( 'iSo ,. KI '-IVNfE. fit RIDA

    :1t P i ic I k T 1i'es e PI 1 n m s 'I I.'I: nn-, .'mini, : hit.' fil. w.is ilooi not I Ililuk, : until ItO "" i'tn, ii\\ii\. lii I "in I I 1'1.' lire. I. H. in I h,
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    tooiniii' II I"t,i. ,'In- t III. .-. limit I ,"in: i'i- tilt. t\'I..r, lll'H* Ito llll- .1""" I ItllxlU9KH I I .nn. MI I in, r I II I, f. ti, ..in \" r l 10101.l l n." !I.?

    '"' S I.i. I liter Huiiulii, .nil, of Illume ..tlllltl\lIJ: \ u hut' i ho .ttinii, "',i>H nrit \\ Il.u I Ibejr.in .for 'stout ,.51Mb' . , -t !I. I). GEIGER
    The More YoiKlnvcstiuate H I.WI""I"|u< I 1.1,1| 'liiinm' % I IS 'ik1- 01,1
    : \ llbollt, '111,,!._\ |1.h.1'| tlllll III I I.111111 ill-----I. ii|. 1 lli..ri* woro no tuinols "> In liu-1 aiiyililnu' *"n "p'"l in 'III *'<.1I4li

    ll The Better We Like It. for lisslsl.llli i e i.,>.\ VMill'il' I :HI".iI" nil') Jiniler I tintwo I lUers. I In i I...- I 1,i'.i. Attorney-nt-Law
    \ .. . II'h.\ ,l.-0\ 111" HIiHH 'I"IIII"'N ,", .
    Kiiiiutcir 1 .i't. ,i- I IIIMI I tinloiiitrooni h yea i. i thai I lime 5'. \ S \ ,; l | Hll I IS h ; state Hank KldiKissiitiiticc |:. .
    I ID \\ I I tll-4. I Iii t" r\: "i n.1,iilinii I > I nl.il I I5S <.1gl's hu\i I' been onstini'toU. h(* .
    Thin HandHomu Florldii". IuuUuI H lire,: I.. it .Fine drc. of I meHcultll lluniiiiils \\iii' -pinidl, l l I.> iiirliisitr" .tw'Mnnlinltnn_ : 111111' I.oni{ I..IIfIlI', I'r..h"iHtii i .1 Mi.l I 1 1 nii'1 l<. ItI S Florida .

    / Will Pay You Seven Per Cent ) > Kit:; frees. If,mil tLiiiIr. firr'tiio in ""11.1 n Iizt(..1 nnil ,,'III', I tinstone Tt ,I," Aunt io .ni lone in ,' I n- i I. I
    .. 't1 Count > Clay l ,
    nul. "" < nt Iliioiuh I the "Iri'i-ls 1 innppi-il I h bear the si loss iniT, ( of ivnl foillocomotive
    rf kho ]
    ... on investment itt. :aniunnl! Lli.corner .. .Nuixt Door' to st I..d.OrangI' I ;
    your to < rrt, lIKe nn orleniliT. the. <'rowel< the .
    n of elevatj4
    S !* sysletu.yet
    from the busy business. center ( of niagnilKi-nt t tn-'"* .
    grove I It I tllleil 1 I I flie trenl linll I I of .justlcpwlifii l i I JENKINS ,& WOODIIAM
    of Kmsiinirn-e. thi lot alone! beIng big crop jimt .soI'<1. I 12 iirte I ICH'al..ll..n : grew RO Krailiinlly did< tb old o..der,1\ \""
    .Il .ov .iv ;1'':l.I.. II In fon. tin. pint . ituall lIt-il ]
    worth a neat sum. This. liamUomf rest of rIdge KIVIIIK"* tiiu1, VIeW ol) |p. al"'" that I do ret distill IJj enneth D. Buhle I
    Florida. stone bungalow i... cleverly mill I Lake 1'i>lio|"ekahi\ I| (On, tI l.i\' Rill' I foini upon lil"I' h siit( I the IIIIM or O-oknl the preseut systemras. Installed. .1 ,

    I'lannt."d-st.onf' pillam.. BS'ps' etc. .Elegant faced boulevard. within two miles of .
    interior finish of hard |>IIK-. pol- St C'ouil.' Heuutiful site l t I'loi iilii win-i ,I "You- fire II mnHKent/ foul. O .llzo!" business Ui| "it were InU rll"Ung. Many. : Surveying and
    .. tttheilfloors. . art fireplaccHBaiutary, ..sLt"'H" ., eiitlL'iiidn.Price oil,' lonil cniiiiKli
    tpr i s country g lie oxi Inlmed In n i e many times T here ooa the noino of'!
    #: : _. plumbing-roofed with a-Jestos! shingles $8,01X1.!! ) for nil -To hear.v."You tIre mipposedla the man who established a trade token BERBER! : SHOP
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    which are absolutely fireproof: and indestructible .J D'raftingrOFFICE ,
    S is S and will last o life time. )Ire ..Arc: lOund 20 \cr t'arnl *protect every one. who believeu In .i down and that' of his son or 6011?; take : .

    S A beautiful Florida home or will rent Som iVltlltn a Stone' Throw of you ntid wlio rondersxlrlbulp yet ( histn :I Its place. So frequently were the 1 1t' I Cold Dtfnks< & Cigars ' : '" ,.

    at mor ',than seven per cent.on the low S .tho'l; !Hv'.t'ty! ;' I t !'I rl" 11 1M1 nt )''tlnr': l''rl..r.i1\,1'1';) !miidp. n .prnypr tnyou.'t.lionvfeisr ( same pooplu met in the same place, I '. , .' ..

    price.of.. . 'I .if' ,,,,. . ;,". . ,-. ,,,' $,J.OOOi .'Oac.J'.ourtll-tho. ... I'rlceOtherHI . S ',\8'.,.,<\,: !| !?<'I1 at y-1"* feet.'nb'1he ,j i and at the name hour that we nodded I Fla' S : IN FHATEUNITY HALL l "
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    ' ... ia > < Ihe slept.1 You
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    "i i i _:1. : :: Kissimmee' S lJurban"f'lIrms'; somrf tWOS: robbed : while ", ,| a* we passed althoogh none of us 1 KjaSirnmee, :

    Here l la Another Bran- J New Fiorina.Bungalow. within one and three-quarter miles of, stand accused oflielng.. nn acconipllpp knew the name of -th. n ddor. KISSLMM E- :>: FAflOKIDAKEALtSIAIEfURSALt
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    S In tills! rohh..ry. Have yon nnythlnff to
    ; -S town3,500: people an neighbors "Not: loot ago the business! with -. "
    onih'e of afine nthoolH. churches. markets eiettnc: ,} sny for joursc'lf .before. I past sontetiee' '11I"111.11 I uui Connected made a Jump I I. ---- -. -- - -- --
    ; Located right corner

    business business lot center and of within KissimmeX.one block-of There" the light, and teleihone.pleasures etc of Why civilization leave. comforts and/I !Mayor" fT-oITa"irnlted for a few moments uptown kiptov !Lad Xav; I er UIU"until occasion'I took to my walk traps In J. %W. THOMPSON { [ [ [

    will
    is a business) demand for thu) lot rightNp9) go out into the woods; when \\e as If eMMM-llnfi the stony lIp of the street where our new build TURitandn.
    auburlian fuvrfis Beautiful winter home sites situatedin
    S.... sell one of these
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    bul'whpl )
    '- 'C Handsome businvsir building to I Jlzo to 'opin in reply > ni TLe first day I went out to
    lower Best !
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    a the Lake Florida.
    price. Region
    _j lie erected right next,to it at once. lands on the ma..kete. I answer was innde !by the god lie pasSed luncheon I had to neuron for a rca- FUNERAL DIRECTORand oj
    Business cannot tb* other. an j Immediately."Slurp Trucking and Faroiing Lands in large
    go way sentence :
    challenge its equal in Florida at twice i tnornat. It seemed odd. I saw peo-
    Main street ends that way.: Here is a do. not defend yourself I I or small tracts. -
    the price. 10 ann 20 acre tracts. at $25 you p4e I never !saw! before. I read signs,
    sure profit withione! year from dateto an acre on terms payable to a bank. consider Hint you are Rullty." said lil.. of n> fool habits-I never road
    any one who wanta a fine modernhome ,; .pn v I ICENSED EMBALMER CITY PROPERTY A SPECIALTY=
    shall you5"At
    "and I Imprison
    honor before of the vehicles that
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    the meantime. Rent Many
    quick at during$25 a month-big demand forhouses Have a a Town Perennial Hourte Harden in the for Cpititryatid Profit "this reniarcnble( spectacle of h I,.phased were quite unlike thbee I used Opposite Courthouse List your property with me for quick ,

    In Kl immee. This is built and POSH the Days, in the Mayor pnaslng sentence upon a stonp to see downtown. . vales. -5

    &S. S just likethe bungalow described above Most Octitle Climate In the god there was a titter. of laughter. I "I had to change my hour and route

    : but .I. directly. on Main street. SNAP S orld. 5. O-okn thundered In a voice of bras I tor coming to bu m llJL. For awhlla I KISRIMMRR FLORIDA H. M. Breaker & Co.'

    at. . . _. .53,800 PEGIIORN-\ame( ClouH suburban "Who are all these people standing i I had to watch tha street signs to; know --, -- -- - -- -

    _ and garden (arms. On clay boulevard where about here?" he Inquired of his court ':, where to get off. now I missed the Box 175 KISSiMMEE, PUt.
    ._> "e.cly.LIltlo Farm, Fenced accomplices Jlzo
    'S you can have semi-town and country officers. .ro thex familiar call of the guard of the car- Oeo1a, Title
    t ttt Cultivation at th? Priceof; Undeveloped home. Just ..the thing: for retired business or only plgw, thieves They think this I I for I always came down In the earn

    Land to Say Nothing people, middje aged homeseekers court I In a Anny show": and they laughat I I elevated
    ear In the of the
    makeup
    and those who lo not care to lose any tfonrks orders. Shut all the 1 w. L DOZOR
    the House to bo Thrown in. |I the boarded m
    'uf' the advantag of well-settled su gates atlonee-! \ S I I train-the one I always at //GuarallteeConipany/,
    th. same hoar.
    land under
    12 acres in auburba of Kissimmee burban communities. Some Reared attendants hastened to I Isbut
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    building Iota sub-division on one side, 'I high state of cultivation-dark choco "And that make me think. I cam
    Then I
    of the courtroom. I
    S houses on other. This fine little farm late soil-best in Florida, ask any ex the gates to know by their faces most of thpaaaengen
    v', baa /5 acres under cultivation-five-room pert. All the pleasures of agricultureand Ma'or O-okn ndjudged evelry .man In who hoarded that train at //c. P. GARRETT.. Manager.RekLastata .

    5r house (not plastered but almost new) horticulture as hobbies and a hand- the great crowd, In contempt >f' court my atatloau I knew where moat' .of --, ,

    L all under fence and worth $225 an acre. some expense income it you wish on and fined each oftheui'one tan kimono !- ': themot off. Now that I am In new S Real Estate

    - L4 / Best bargain you will find in many .a these acre and one and one-half acre 'length) of cotton cloth. The hundreds quarters In a nw aectlon I mia all .
    i day. All for 1200. tracts at from $100 to $250. I thus suddenly found In contempt' I UMM peoffte with whom I tra.elecfr, 'itles examined and reported. on -- -- - --

    were happy That their punthbment had I Taxes: paidfennonresidents
    yean. Do they miss me. I wonder
    to real estate
    Don't fail to write me for Information of any1r been' so light.at least. and under bonds I "And .tM many whom I came to carefully Instruments drawnCi4cspndence relating' KISSLHIMEE FLORIDA
    they hurried to their homes to bring
    will be
    kind an4 ask all the questions .would like to the cloth fine. Before tb day know dowtowm-bow they 1'
    you back : ml ee<1l There !. the old street. preacher ( Solicited.

    Fz Imve aiiswered. I will send you'a personal letter was done 700 pieces of cotton cloth |, who aNd to tazul on a soap ""box dLL' . s '" g''t
    before the iipayor'scourt.
    had ben. presented 1
    near Wall ttr.etNor OB the atone itepe ;
    and give facts--All FREE: the name of each (culprit being 4M. TILLERReal
    you r : of the custom hovM.and talk to people the .
    set down upon the one tan of Cotton m the nuaoM 4a7e' and again' In the Home Bakery Man

    : .cloth which he pre ented. I day that betokened the coming' of au- = Estate Agency. =
    the 700 to I' !
    Before be would allow go. tumn. The there were the Lenten :

    however, O-oka retired with the por I Bays. when I Bpeat a part ot my hoar Takes this opportunity to thank 4 .. .. .

    ter who.had'been robbed to an Inner : at Trinity or In old Bt. Panl'e. I came the good people of this'city for Realty bought and sold. =

    chamber and he asked the porter to f> know tile regular attendant 'on their liberal patronage and would Houses rented.
    I i<
    look over the 700 pieces of cotton1 those serrlCM BO that tha strangers also take this means to say thatour
    -i cloth and'see If he could Identify an/ I I Taxes paid and Titles verified -
    became ceoavlcoooa. There are no limited facilities for making: .
    )t. !
    ot them lIB having been once In the Btreet praacben ia the new district to ; for non-residents.
    ; awhile
    goods will prevent (for ) our
    pack be had carried. Since every nastufaeturer which I haye.I wonder why I j Fire Life and Accident In-
    l general delivery to all parts of the l'
    of cotton cloth In Yeddo always I| the mld le district of the great citydo.sn' surance.
    marked tbe selvage of each strip city. Quality and variety will be
    $; need spiritual direction a* well S Indemnity Bonds. .
    with little red trademark stamp the I maintained always. Our nice L
    a aa the downtown district .
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    searched the edges pf the nr&nystripe y" . ., - .
    porter "And BO It Beam sometime that I i / -
    of cloth for a stamp similar to I- .
    am In a new town, among new people. HOT ROLLS and BISCUITS
    The that borne on the cloth of which be ': B.a
    &? PioneerPlumbing ShopKISSIMMEC. bad been robbed. He found that two sigma' bearing new yole..; but all In Also HOT BREADi FOR SALE CHEAP FOR CASH r"

    of the pieces of cloth brought to pay the Mine oM New York. And wileD I i ,

    FLA. H. EDMUND SWABKY. PROP. the mayor's fine bore'the stamp of hla think of-tie old walk* 1 bare taken ,

    S _____.__ ____.-__ 5 -- ---- --- _ _ _ _ _ _ _ plundered pack. Instantly Mayor I 4ownt Wb.. the old buildings that I I be ready mornings and afternoons -
    S ().oka gave orders for the arrest ot the I I I passed BO often that they became a* ;, and a nice variety of PIES Orange Or ve9'l', old

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    4, \ t TINNIIsKa I AND SHEET ft/IETAU WORK They confessed; to the robbery and an knew by name, of the Btrolla along specialty. fence. One mile from

    .' ispec1&1. G1v-en to -A.j.1 iClrtd of nep..1ra of the cloth they had taken from the I the two river, of the craft J saw:; soeften I city. Apply to
    I A1ttox.ttO. sleeping nonet's pack waa restored to think
    : coming and going-when I HARRY W THURMAN

    ,',. -- .5 / Mm.- apaD Magazine.To of all tbs.. there comea over me that !' A. SMITH. sumoiE loru. IIUIMMEE., FLOIID
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    2U. Office: Broadway Shops: Orlando Are. '
    Phone accept cood; advice .. but to ...- misses his mother. I think It la caUeboIctae.N.w DARLINGTON AVENUE -3 I,
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    . .. ., about this Colony Is. 'everybod yl"who' bought"before 'cGTrrirTehora' Is -

    I '. .. well pleased when he sees the land.- many buy mo/e.after arrival. . . _.!
    t. ....;' is locatecfln( the hilly regioof) Pascoand Hillsborough.Counties. The' More than Two Hundred families have come here Jrorrl; other .

    1 '" railroad depot as shown by the profile of the Seaboard Air Line railroad Colonies in this state and have bought here and'the most of them ; 'i .3J t .

    is 157 feet.abflva level. Many o\ the surrounding hills\ rise ; "
    sea have built and. are yvell pleased. Over; 1,000, heads families ; ,- ". 1 ..
    to-over 250 feet above sea level, and there Is not a steep or abrupt . have. bought here, representing probably 6.00O people There "U ,-I, <;r. r.r.t. t '

    hill anywhere. The Soil is a reddish yellow or chocolate colored ': no ''dickers[ Association" and the Colony is not on.'the' defensive ''; CM:' ,' .

    .', loarn> In many places tlay and rock crop out. No more productive .. ,; ,,; ,}.' ,' .. .':"< "against complaining Colonists The Colonists are satisfied and ". . v 1 p "
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    upland soil can be fpvjnd In the state. Corn' has been known to yield ., contented. ,, / ' < ;V 1

    .. over 40 bushels per acre; while the comm n yield of potatoes is from Zephyfnills is a regular .station on the. main line'of the Seaboard .* '. { ek.

    '.200 to'300 bushels per acre Eggplants Onions Cabbage, Toma-* Air Line railroad. The station is still.known asJVbbott. All .

    toes, Beans. Tobacco, and in fact all farm products do welt)} on this . :'.;' f trains stop here and one may go from here Into New York.City ;:: '???_

    soil. It is the perfect soft for peaches plums and pears: excellent ,f without' change of cars. On1y. -3Wmiles by rail from TampaT,, where '

    .;1 fop oranges and I grapefruit. the Mallory S. S. from New York make rei'Ular8eklv trips. Also : '

    No state in 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 -impnrities in the water. It is found regular trips. Also steamer connection with Mobile and New Or- .. J.

    after passing through yellow or reddish clay and flint rock from 30 to ,leans. There is no doubt but what this is the bast Colony |In the. %

    I 8Q feet rising in the wells to within 15 to 30 feet of the surface, --.. ':" State In which to locate.

    Not trace of lime sulphur salts or other mineral: can be detected. I j .,' .r. -
    a You can buy a.B-acre tract of land and receive with it a town lot for $78 cash | or, for SS'2.S' payable -
    It has been analyzed and pronounced "Pure Water. I $7'.BO'cash nnd-UB a month for 18 tuG" Mo timber or. turpentine reservation", to shoo 7OM'

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    ,ll.e .tlt'lU 01 weld, bill Mill be taken ..*' <' Legal Advertisements.Notice f" .""lhy mid dt Icn'Uiitn.It wvny-on( <,yearn; I
    the clrrulc Connor the Seventh Judicial'1 the CMrr-iilt 'oiirt of the '
    U further cirUired that tWit order b" I"1'llnliud Seventh Judicial It In therefore'ordered that Raid nen.-r i Circuit of the mate" of Florida lu aud lor 0. Circuit of the Stale of Florida" In and, for
    (ini-u tt week tor couttocutlve ueeViiIn I ileleudaut.tie, and the? are hereby required to ,, In and for ..,eola CoulI'-MIII' VanaleT
    the ICIfcHiimuee, C.Iluy, Uatette<< a ntrw.poperpubithtd ceola. C""ll. lti chanrery. Robert U. Sav '; Osceole cotiuty. In chanoury.. Anne ,palmer appear to the bill of oom"I.lntlIlec1ln: the Mid and hntlu.baa" r*. Robert B. Wallace-' . y\\
    of Master's Sale. lu theconnty orO"ix>la, Btateoftlorida ago n. gimndinu of the Opiate of Olirlne') Fell cud K. Kelaon Fell berhu.baud.com- oau???*lpr.l:: ) :fotMUuuUKlba.. fib day OtF I .8ober&.JI. WalJace.dttf.D4aa&-.D4-alJ oteSi 4It" .
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    Z4t11. bavs.e.. taiDur onplatuant, Far;(;b..j lalnanltjUral,, P.'Sefton. FMOliver'asEaerntorottbeLast ; I
    otherwise tte
    <:briiarri.A.D.Jini : allegation*
    under Interested hbUNenUtled
    eu.I7y'vtrtueof Int1Ie- *
    Notice II hereby glvin.ttv !lop. 1". . vMitlfiiiio admluiatralorofthecttate peraon -
    frva44i a. Will mud
    TeoUuttnt
    e.Jones Judge of .aid bill will taken confessed paiddefendane "
    WHDeoathe IlonorahloiMlnor be .
    final Uucmu of Kor cloaur. f..u'd J ; M by caune or any-of the land hereinafter do'
    a of C.A. CnromlngH, deceased and :! ' ;
    tennis C. Olivcr.deoeaed. tbe said F. M. '
    pf*ad Court, and m7 hand ai Clerk thereof ,. ,
    tout of and under the tval of.tb",, Circuit, Court Karalv Cumirrlngi,'Delbert Cumm1 Jacob Oliver. In hi i. and aoribed l lJtTou
    of Ibelie.ntb udlcla''. Circuit of the Plate .of dnd the I official, keel ol aaid Court, this the 2nd : William, tut own right Juliet Oliver It It further ordere<|-Mnli 'thfk ta t ferdtbpnblabel . . wiUtakrnoU' ( } 'bud on'th\ 26th.Jay of'
    .IeuI.tllJI'I"DWP.I "iiia '
    Cummlug Mary and! wife Annie B. Unnn. and 1
    ) Ns C- Bryan
    day. of P!c Florid On and forO oeol' dpunttInCb.ncrrtl E.-DONIOOAN, l 1401lJ) ;iclr.or ald.tVjito'and; all pqrluou. / i *,li Silting, IB a certain ciume therein pendliivwberolu I ; : ; ;. .. ctaimitig, an futereatla the propetty4." her hiKband,Edgar; Oliveraudj t!Helen 08.ver : 'la the Kbwlmuie Valley Gazette newspaper Robert $. Wallace, In the CIr A.;W.'lua 1 Complainant and IIroly ' '% 4': \HV1 plerkClrbuttCbort.l Johmton D. C{ "-," ?,this bill da* rlbiil.def. reclouu'of i ; hi. wife. Knby.CarftOD and, ..'B. Canon, -j.ubU.hec1la. said obnoty d Btate.1'' 1 j V>." : Ub Judicial Circuit ef Florida. la aDd for Ooe ,,
    till *
    tltdundetwig.edj . >. 1Ir.f.U".t This IslO .;. JE' oJ oleOountyfuatteohmentbyIfarVanalarand.
    8.. SIIu I I. Be'po.d.ut, ;: e Mortgage. ber husband Tha4. 8 OUrer, and Cecil 011. December 15th. ; ; f'her
    Vans Cnaford.Solicitors .
    Master in Chancery will .ell at public Aiiuew A . Arthur E. Donegn. Clerk hnabandjltnry yaunlertandthatwritof ;'
    spuds To Whom It May Concern, .. : ver. bin wife. And all person claiming an Interaet ,
    outcry durluK the legaj ho iri of aale before the 1.---- -' --fur-Complainant.tt1 pearing from the worn bill of interested in the property in UU bill described. (Seal) BvKllaabetb JohnitonVJPtnbtVan ; "., attachment dated|Ootober 116.'1010 wa* .bailed
    court bourn deer..'la' the > Oaceala county ou Monday the uth day ot Order of Publication ID tbe property Involved. In Miil ruff, otherthan Title. _Jolcitor| t6rvCempl.lnant. 51-M of Mid Cpnrt ou said October lIi'b. 1010, and nn
    March A. P.. 1811. the following doeortbed real In tb" <:ir ult Court of the Seventh. Judicial the known defendants, and fiat the To All Whom It itaji Concerq TIt F der and by virtue of aald writ. of attachment I,
    elate, altnated In laid Oeceola county: Circuit of the Slate of Florida In and for O.- seine* of pitch peraona sr> lntere.ted, are Unknown appecrlnk'fronl tbemrorn bill of complaint Order of\P\ fbiication.Io bav levied upon the following described Jo.,: ., r
    The northwest quarter of the northwest qusrter ceola County; In Chancery Henry T. Baaa, to the cornpjalnaul. and that ,relief silted in ,'hie'eawe, bat\ then are persona ins tract or 1 perotl pfJnd, situate; lying and
    of the _th..... quarter, at the northweirt a* Adotiniatrator of IheeeUteof Walter Bus prayed theaa'd' bill or complaint, .(.lnKt (crested the property Involved la lhti .ult. Circuit': Conr>. pteteofv Florldar 'Seventh bring In the County "of "0 0 '01.. ball tliate of.i s
    quarter and the louthwent quarter of the 6r., d oaaaed.'the: laid Henry T. Baas, In his such unknown defendanla. .. other, than the. known detendabland shut Judicial Circuit. OttuolaV'C o ttn t r 'laChinocrj. "aorld."I', hAn i .
    northeaat quarter of the aouthwmt anaHer of own right, and Cola B..., hi. ...If... Mary N. It la therefore ordered thattall Te'r.6ni claiming the Came ofach persons, *o Interested are \ X "DdJrld9.e.llaII.IDk.rloUI..a1I.
    the norlhweKt quarter and the went'half of &e@ow!! of the aald Walter Baa Br.,deceajmt I au interest In, and to ,b.following described unknown shsonmplainant.. ; and that relief Henry T, Bare,*H admire Irate of the eitet. of Section twentyaevea (27i. south half of Mod
    tb<4 aonthweat anart of the northwt quarter Columbn C. Me*. Bertha Lee Partln, I, property altuated In tbe County of Oaceola I* prayed la the said Bill of Complaint, of l Walter Baal flr.. dcoeaW. tb \ald n,ory turn twenty.,ight,+I and tbe northwest quarter of the northvwt and ttenry 0; I'artln, berhueband, Ella Par < Slate of Florida, to-wit again** such,unknown defendant, T. B.... la bu own right.\andCoIa\ '11.... hl.. Seotloa tweoty-nln (29))( northut quart end
    1, quarter of tbe noKbweat qo.ner.or the" noulhwent I till' aod' John Partlu, her hnabaDd Leroy | AU blocks H.I. J and K 01 K. B. P. Drought' It i* Therefore Ordered that phi personaclaiming wife Mary V. B... .ldo4 of tk. _lei Walter south haU of eeottoa ,thlrtrthree (11II. Beetioe'
    quarter of the northwest quarter. and tbe Baa, Clinton Bam, Edna Ban, and Flora addition to the City of Kle,>lmme, according: tQ an' interest In *ad to the following Has Pr.. deoeawd,Colombni O. Baa, Bertha thirty-four 1 (island aorthweet quarter at Oetlon >, 'd.
    aouthwoHl'quarter the nortbeaat quarter of Belle pus, ,.iIIe.n.., bl their next friend E. Q the recorded plat of raid addition, deaorlbed property; Situated la tbe county of Lee' Partln and lfenry/0.\P.rtln;. bert\ ku, > thlrtT.-flv (t8)). all .Tewvaalp twenty,
    the ..ortll.... of the northwest goartu.an4tbe.watbait , ,1>1.1......, tat i Henry Davlaon, Frderiokfiavlaen herein flled, on or before the Bole Day Lot i a... !12. or' the fractional, .nortbealtqoarver band L.n>y Baaa, Clinton Vaaa, Edna Baaa, l 'Y.a'an;therefore. .,required t0 appear*o the K
    of the northwwt quarter of the Wuthwestqusrterla w.,. and John M. Bngbey. Olin P. 1 la March' A. D. 1911, to wit; On. theaUlb. day ef aeotkra! lp,1a) township- twenty eve- , and hors Dell*II.... .f.f. te. b. their.aarh, aid aetloa ea the'... pay la*ereb. am, .....
    Motion el.na. towaablp twentjflveouth tllt( .''aeln of the ..,... of In P. Hugbey of acid month of MarchrAnd oath of range thirty teat.,' do appear to the friend, B. O. Tan Agnew,M hair. of old same befog the-etk dar of March tall and that "
    of ,range (twenty-nine .eel,. OOnld0lnq dee aed. andaUperaonr limlng an Inter It I* farther,ordered that Ski. order be Complainant'. BIB of Complaint herein flled, estate, eoniplalnanU. T.. Henry, Daiflaon, t default thereof'' Judfment-iria. 'be entered' w
    .qt (CO! ) acre more or tee. eat |B the PI'CJP8I'd"ortbed la tbi Ball of ubllabd oDoe a week.for twelveeonieenilve on or before the Rule Day In Varcb, A.P.: 1C11 FnderiekW.Davtaflan4IOI5M.. atrbe,. : ,, 'e '
    Yerma of eale,.*.&. ,' PiaArtboe Cauplaant" DefendantBUI to removecto week in the Kl"almme Valley Gaaette, a .....it, out..... etli. dar of Mid.meCAh of'arehi and Olio P.BToh y, ai belts of the eatata.. hand akd'lust thus iOth dar; of aa-r :
    Dated January. 19,191., at-Klaalmmee, 4 from title. < newspaper published la add .Oaoeol County ear the said Mil mar be taken..eonMMed.'And LP.Baghay. deeemsaddsfndaal..lBla.to: .,rtDruC5 DtJ.ll, o'R, ., rREVATra, t
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    B.DoD.....,' to tyfeo* It Vty t Concern:> and of general circulation la said Beauty.Wltnea .-' '' It i*Farther ordered. That tel. order'be remove cloud from tula. .I') :: F )
    Itpoo..ll1.. In Chancery. It appearing. from the sworn Bill of Complamt. the Honorable Minor 8. Jones, published once week for twelve ooneeoatlv It appearing by affldatll hppondy. ; W' Out bill t. ') .1 1 Jah.ifofoeo.sucosotr! ;. ;
    t' Tan Agnew A Craw lord, (Seal) Bled la Ibis eanae, that there are per- Jndge of' add' Ooort.. and lay' band* Clerk ..u.lntb.) IU"lm.H'TI&1IeY Qaaette.. a died la the above elated ee>u4 .that. Henry C. ..essP r :":1:. ,
    Solicitor* (or Complainant.. Fit poor int- r ated {la tbe property' Involved tbi* thereof,ana the official peal of said Court. this .ewtpaper published la aid Oeceola ooanly, Davtaoa and Frederick W,Pavieon., the.-del..- IlIItAttork.! ,. fortPl.fatlgitr aeb. >\
    .' railotbert.tbekrtown;; : defendant; and the tint day otDee..wr.A.D 1M*. pad of general emulation .la aM ooaatyWitneeeUieBooorableMlDora. dante therein named... ;>on lealfleBte of tile ., ;
    Order of Publication that. the aame*.f inch po_..*o laterected, ABTBDB J:. DOHIOAN, IBeal) >": Joe...Judge State oll'loi1da. and ...,..14ta e6' the Stateof r.- t<,.
    are ttuknown the eomplalnant; and that reIref.W Clark Clronit Conrt.i. 0' aald court, and my band a* clerk thereof New York; and are over. the age of XI year| :
    la the Circuit Court of the 8evepty.JedkI1, prayed' In t... .*,td But of r mplintagaiart ByaniabethJehaatoJi.r\0.i: aad the oflUiaJl,teal ef! acid court, this the 19th It la therefore ordered that aalddefendant 4"" t Noticeaot'App: cation to SeU'Fe&l. t'
    j Circuit of the State of Florida la and for Oaeeola .ach oat nowt defeadaptas: Tan Agnew Crawford day of December A D., Itlt *be and tbtj... ....h' required to)! .
    A CClon',.' In Cbancfrr lUbeit' B, It U t "eIC>n.'ere4 that all person elaimn . Bolbcilom Complainant.\ /. <... 1 1 'Apt: ; DorI....... I. appear, to the bill .Ol oora plaint bid 1w aaldoaoee ,. ''q'. Joi.4 ..il,.' it 1 'I .

    .d Savage, agnardlnof. the eatate of Ollvme2UaSvag'Bilnor Ins ,.n.tale..eM.JA and to the following des Citation of Administration- .[Seal] .. Clerk ClrooU. Court on Or before Monday.tae.ltb:day of"a' KetioeU.nerebir re...' bah=the nadenlfneoi '
    <''toDlp1aID! "l. CB.rlee oMbed ptopsrb.kn.Wd' la the County of Oaceola -. Tan AgulW *Crawford.'" '* I nary'A. D.1P11. oth wU. .b., .,rppliowoS executor* of,(he, laatwill( and teetamen ef
    F.:. Pr..vatt, aa .*:*-offlclO dmlnlatrat' of .od State of Florida, to-wlt: ? In Court of the County Judge, Slate of Florida. , Bollcilorafor.' .Qomplalnanta. tilt eaid bill will be taken ueonfeaiM. by odd dafeadanta. -' Henry Nicholas Orenalde, deeeaaed. will mifrra
    111. ..t:toe of C. A. C'lImpIlD'a'd.e8tleect. 'I'II.-.t'( balTef the Korth<*jt'"quarter of Oaeeola'ConBty.'Htatof'jC.;: tttnn; d*. \ MtAWU> !+* 'iUi-' .t>l"oatloa''U> IU.-Boa. Oeorae; 1'. Parker.'
    . Saraa Cam-mint, Delbert Gumming, Jcori: Bectlon Twenty-flve Towvahlp Twenty-five ee *ed bj tbe Jndg* of said Clan ... It U farther ordered lk.')bM order ,be pub OJgdgs.f Oaoaola Btate of Florida. -
    Gr Onmminr, bury. ;Wlllla.( | .a and ?, .......1..1.elt.ta.d'iu South.CA .... Twenty-Bine last do appear Sow t', w..teu.':r...* L.; Dutton ha*applied to thin Yy QT; tPu\Ii'c\) tio linked onee a week f or'eight eaaaedotlre week La ,Probate.,.eat;Monday County, the Srd dar WMarch.
    yrumpie .bdr: of aald per Complainant\ :Bill of Complaint. herein Court for L U.ra of tAdmlnlxraMon. en She .. ': {I'I' In (lie Klaalmmee. Vallef OaaetU.a j>e....aper ItilV.. .t'lQ'AVMw'oa laid dyj tor*.Ji'order '
    ...... claiming *n Intereit- the property la 'slid on Or" before the Sale Day la Marsh A: tat of J..C. to na deeeaaed, late of said County In, OlrouflOonrR ..e/Fti rtd.8eve4J.dielal published 1D..14 County tad 'tet"t_ .Ut" .anthorliln-tha a.'., at private ....bf i
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    a wit Bill deaeribed! defendant r.oreclooure D.18t1.) ,to-wlt:. .Oa the dub day'of the aid : ," Clmnlt.Oeceoki Ooanty.>laoaJrilmer. Felt day of >>.ee.IDber..t.D. 10141.l ')( al4.neenlorio1: the followlndeeerlbed

    of Mortgage. > /'- month o< March;'el..*,'the. aald Bill,.m be-5.t. _,; "' and Z. .,.Nelaon fell, her hiMbMfd., Complain AETHyR JI;;;,JOtf I AIIt'ln.; ... estate la aaM Oeceola Coont;,...-...t-J' .> '
    It .Appearing by th" elllalnlt' Pv A. Pan.AgnewofeotiA.el '.n a, Mafeaaed.v .11.D4. clngnlai the kindred and eredltonofald 11II..;... lade P. Befton F 'RrTollv. .as 55.0 ',CUrk.Circuit; Court, rontheaat quarter of the northweat O.IMT*** '
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    foortbe oOlUplalDt append An.lI&J'larthft, co. eea eed"totw wed-.ppt'a1'BbfoPTlh By ttJ..betb'lob etotaj DepntV ,. and tad neat half 01:tbd taonta.... quarter of," r
    ed to. the. llll filed In the above stated paw,' ," .... fortwe1n ....aa........ CVlDn'UQ' BTTWrDrflrTIi' i jvtoifleljf Of eJIIDIleVrT"A; -C Om..i.;..M-rVM.Ottverla> *. * AgnewA Crawford,,,.: i' I: eeUort. tw'.',- (38)(.the eonlh ballot 8_'
    thai the. /defendant!.; Serb Camming: / *.:Albert '..week; In JCtoilmmee: Valley Oaaette'newtpkper ,- a D.JPlI. a"4111...bj.Uone.lt any they have to owa right, and JnMet Oliver !hi. wife Annie gollcltore for Cornpla >anta. Ion t..eoky Cummlnga,. Jacob CnmrnlDgi! Mary) ,. l? I DpbHibed ,. mid Oaoeolaj '.ty.ind'ofteaerd .. .. the. gra' linM Mf|{ }4 ft; Urii. llama and Jennie'' Frump ''tlienh'a.mid.' 'he ; elreulatlon ..ldOoull'll. aid estate, otberwlae. the (am. will be grantedtaaall Maieean tXc. 11 laee, her huaband.'Kdjar Notice for Public tion'. .*re"l half of tbsnorttdwp..,.a.aarter the nerihea -'
    non.reeldartaoftbo t.iS' Florldaj-; and that l" Wlt.etalk.Hdeurabi.Minor 8. Joneai" vA... Jam** ,!.' ,DiVen ,- o board other fit .|; .OUver nd.Bven Oliver, bla wife. Ruby .t quarter of the norttiweit quartet,the..oetr'u t
    tbe aald Sarah CummlnRa lea reeldent of LattT.la of said Court and my band*ctrk'thereof, pevcouoKpertea*. / i.,, I I- juroa'ud M. A l/&r*n' bet bnaband. Tbadfl. De|.rtment of tbe IDt.1otlU.; II'Land Offljfo't halt. of th" orfheat quarWr and the eoutb-:
    the ppuntr iofP.aldlnc. B..te of>Ohlo,,"the and ltcflSclal> aeal of aald oonrt,Ifila( ihe.',''th ,,,.,wit,,..* fltyijsmllS.Co.utyJudge of tbe ,' OJfVr and CI'd'.Ou.'r..I' wife, aid. all Oalneerllle Florida, January 21\'' 1WI. w*>f the aortbeaai quarter o. aeo>'
    aald Delb.rt Cummings la I a' readect( of Alice in ,day. of,r.*.oMnbpi.A.,!/ , D..1910.&N' I ).'. .. Couaty,roiieeM.thi the UdI.*.>-af December ionaclaiming, .**., Interest in he, eropertrtbtqbtU tlc. b .hereby. jrfTenlhaf' Itiiry (ir1'.r$11f'p4 tion quarter ee (Si); She;IIOrIIt hlf'he'. tJ
    the'coirntr''' QalH. Plate'!: Of DhJd'I the '..Id A 'HOR ;: & II..IS"all .Ar D.lI1J 4, n ,'J; 1(','vYI, . 4eaerlbedi! d"'defendant! Bill {Oemftoloo4Tem J"' lttJer.Flortdv wl '' .: ,"Ii.) Clerk T>U* ,, 'Hooieiieed Entry No. 84051,' (8.rial Ko. KROO)
    , JacobCuutinUigiU'!" ayxdden/1/.stalahaUen'' Clfpuoprfnt.xtpABoelr I. tu > , I tbe conoll' 9(;J.1,1I.! d. st.Ipf1111.. \ tb""I"] 'hf''',' ,f11wford, ?uuJ"J""Jo 'niOttlU"I I: : f A'M. ;vr'.Qrjumty jndR v: litappeMtbghy.mdayppn.MgtptJ: ; bll) < Mary WftUanU Wa'realdeotrof'' ; :Ford'ln' the doflefon( for Complalnan 1.itur,61.1 Jt d nlaitaytor' 'N Died lah. .ue ofe-atated oue tbLnfila, t8fton $,..aR9.11aM..ee Meridian., ha* 111<\dpotlc. ."u ail lalTowoahp -.nlrAT' (tJB) South u
    : > ... : ) F. My ORyer, )l lalyt.bt.ifll4: .oH..ouoo. to mate flual' fl.eJar! proof;to ffIo =
    the conntrjpf (rfl wlrtWi8ta.li )fVlftfltolal! *\.*l ''J < ;; Itauge twply e/ghl. (3ft) East, oontalnlac *ervtl7
    : Np'1ge to Credit9 IVnu; Nor ehi \ I to 'ftptfflegat.a. bt.tbe *, will ai>4,*' m ot.ofNanfband J.ltt.b" claim 'hfl"1I1.iUo Jst Dewrlbadft. .
    4 'the Frp1.s!,e I-'I'\\of WIf,1;!" nl'.1 ; ; '' liar (;' 4r'rl, / : ; ezeentor t i dbt. itlx.Mdroa nd44'Ast: : (. r) acre, more.baied .
    aibrfP"if .1I1' { I e4l a94.a L4h.QlfefyybitNlsti lore the Clerk of the (1 I Klaelnim -
    the / \ P.11ldlul.lM I n't ei e'of'Ohio la pen >:t given to or. Itpga }t S teesrkrtliuteaoreb 't eSM.Gltvra81gcep, tealCourt at '
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    r the 1I.age I I. fbprel'o Q 1 ''-bbMeHl4'ihdf.ZMvdo' I -re.il.gtG : l j, : :* named ..ta e. and.that allpeHUA'UlUing'felaimi t/tt/ "I I \, 0. I.d.'bcf"t.s 11. Dt!stir C ..lfe.:the d.tmInta.\lter{ amr.jarnireeldenta i J.vL.'Fertl.,, of Whittier Florida,; ..r.MfuU.lfQt.." <:V1"CW" ,, b .
    defendants be. and they are hereby required l ..aUII.t the _ta.. must litilt. i ea/.tat.- wltl of the Slate el.Florida,'and are reds J.; D: Smith. of WI!1$11... Florida. p 1u:e;<<'f"tn.'Pli (' : QREllswI.
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    vilrrl' In. .00. payment O. 1C. ..5. of Whittier, Florida f .,
    to appear,tn the bill of complaint Bled In aaideanne preeeot then duly r rKUalmiB.ee L. A.s".Iore": th.I. Will and Ta.mout.ti
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    Toto by Experts .

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    ,. .- .- Tlte' pcciul. Edition Deserves the Loyal :

    1" of; The half-tone illustrations and plates will SuppoiH of. .Every Citizen, Business, mid If you so desire we will have-your adver- .,.
    be by. the Advertisers Electrotyping tisement written and planned
    made -. by an expert
    Professional l Man of Kissimmee.
    r: Company of Chicago and .the typesetting. without extra, expense to you.. You merelypay

    & printing: and binding by Rogers &. Hall Gprnpanv . \" for the space it is to occupy in the Special

    14f .S of the same city.\ The employment of Edition that is.all, Your selling proposition,

    K* these:high class concerns, who'are equipped' or "sales story" will k be presented in the best iI

    &' \ with the most modern machinery, and appli- l During' the ,last few months a number of papers ,located 'in neighboring ; i possible manner. It will have those attractive

    **jr..V, :':j.., ances, 'Insures the finest illustrations, the ".. cities have issued "special editions." These editions have convincing, dollar-getting qualities that( y

    "classiest" ad-setting and the most perfect ,'-- only an advertising specialist knows how to "'
    : f ,..elicited a great deal of well-meriteH!i. commendation by reason of their
    a 'printing possible' to produce produce .4t will"be clear, snappy and original.
    1; excellence. These-editions. as a whole have been' pretentiouScrea-

    y'' T h e S I z e : In form it will\ ,be about tions because, without a single excePtio, they have had the united Our charges for inserting.your advertisement "

    p1 the' same as'the-Saturday Evening Post only .. in the Special Edition (including the
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    '. support ot the business and p professional rrmn in their respective .cities.The .
    a much fipef production)), as this size: is con- services of an expert ad-writer if you so desire -
    . "result has been that these special etii-tuans have directed much
    : 'ceded by experts to be the most artistic as ,) is:

    :- well .the one offering a type-page" of the attention to those cities which they have pictured,. praised'and most One FuJI Page $100 '

    .i, proportions now established as standard. effectively advertised. .. One-half Page" 60 -i ,

    M4, \ T'he'P.aper, : This will be of a varyhigh'grade The Valley Gazette: is about to issue a special tedition (Feb. 22.) One-quarter Page 55 1 i. .

    of magazine stock and of a kind 1 Moreover; it is determined to surpass those most worthy y production. ( Qne-eighth" Page 20,
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    I'' lfi "Whitefriars Enamel India Tint:' The size of the I
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    R + .o known' as of our neighboring friends. Therefore, it must hav.e the undivided magazine will be about
    Y y. 'Thai use of this fine enameled paper renders 11 x16 inches. Allowing the proper space
    .. of the'business meni professional men and citizens of Kissim-
    +r, : employment[ of very fine screened half- supoort for the borders will leave a "type-page' Ji1fl.Jthe

    ,, ,.:> tones possible,. Fine screened half-tones will med. It will endeavor to picture describe and praise Kissimmee in a space to be occupied by a full page ad. of' ,

    ,' :, _:'show,every-detail with the minute distinctiveness manner that will compel fttention-in a manner that_ will place our _91x12} } IncFies. I ,

    t ;, . of the original photographs. city ,where it be10ngsi'in the_strongest possible 'limelight of publicity. Some of the fractional pages are: For .

    r, ,'i', -- t The is to be tinted One-half Page-6 1-16x9 --
    ., India.. 'i Tin i :: paper ?. also 4| x 12}. _,,

    ..-i; ', for the following reason. India Tint Is an For'One-quarter.Page-40x6 1-16 also 2jx -

    old ivory color mellowed with a faint tinge of 121For One-eighth page-2x6 1-]6 also

    a :' brown. By printing on this with a photo PHOTOGRAPHS AND CUTS AT COST. ADVERTISING RATES-CLASSIFIED 4ix3.\ Advertising columns are 2xl2J inchesin

    brown ink double effect or "duo-tone" result length. There are four columns to
    *" For the benefit of our advertl er*we have One-eighth of will age is the minimum advertisement : a page.
    ." .. : is obtained. This will give the illustrations arranged with a local photographer to have we accept as a display -Remember that
    him make the photographs that may be re advertisement, that la, to be run either withor we will relieve you of all
    )I.,. #;;a\:\ a mellow warmth not unlike actual quired. Because of the great number to be without a cut and to be set in several different the detail. Just tell us what you desire to
    '.'- v s, sunlight With the use of black ink dn white_ made he has quoted us an extremely low price. sizes of "display" type. For the advertise-give the
    1t:' ". .. "" We have also made a eontraet with the benefit of those desiring to run a small ad, or us facts and we will do
    tJ);;;I .,' '\;.x P&per-thls: is impossible. Advertisers Electrotyping Co., of Chicago to several we have Classified Advertising rest. We will discover the "selling-points" .I',::1"the
    f have them make for us several hundred fine Section." These ads will be set in 6-point ( of
    -I : : half-tones at a low rate on account: of the type The RATE IS 5. CENTS A WORD. your proposition and bring them' out in a ,... ,
    ; large number required. One line of caps will be allowed-count seven clear and convincing manner. The .'catchlinea" '
    We offer advertisers the benefit these average words to the line. For additional
    (1t t 5- ,?:'- may be obtained: from the fact that the initial low rates. 'We will have 'your photographstaken lines in cap)letters the rat fa' ten cents. and advertising ideas that 'we devise v.
    I '''expense of the first ditlpoalone will be over. and half-tones made charging you only word. No cuts.or'illustrations will be accepted -will be your property to use in your advertising -
    'M : with the actual cost. of the work. for Insertion, in classified.ads. .,"., literature. .

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    By Hooker by Crook Two Prisoners Information has been received In.tills YOUR WORK.

    ! city of the death of Mr,,Jake- Speer,,a You mylt t besure of( t two thingi- .GL.EN'N.'REAGI'N ..
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    ,former resident "of Klsslmmee,.which you must 'Jove your work and not 'a

    ip ByJEDCAR; FALES MOODY< .. B; ANNA WOODBRIDGE occurred at hi($ home!!! in Dallas, Texas be'sJwaytlloolung over the edge of ( '

    k on December 28th. it, wanting your play to begin you ADVERTISERSY' ,

    .CopyrlBht 1910. by' American Praas. t Copyright,, 1910, by American Pres.. Mr.- ,Speer conducted: a'.drug..storehere must not be ashamed} of your work I
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    from 1883 to'
    1890 at one
    Xiaoclatlon.Vuen ( Association; time County Superintendent of, Public and .:wanting te:, be.doing some. .. We prepare and otace copy I .'
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    thing'else:"'=" George Eliot ,t. \ We compile and print booklets f ,
    Instruction.. He among'the.l leading .
    was -; t a .. Bell CALENDARS Bulletin.T .
    In i t W Signs '
    \ the dpt.wat came on: two There'Ii a factory Russia, or, and
    r citizens of Kissimmee '
    developers Hoards and
    classed of men! ID the north went out rather; la Siberia where the government i in the pioneer. days and will be remembered Somathlna, Between.; -Tho:"' -Celluloid Advertising!and AllumSnum.Novelties, in-. Leather.. _. i

    to fight :Tbe one were actuated bj manufactures certain articles older residents "What, seems to( be the trouble be; t ; .'A'! '
    I la not known what they are-by a secret by our among .. .
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    patrlotlemathe other by what they ex tween you1 the
    whom he' has friends li11d' '
    The method of keeping many warn <
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    pccted to make-put of tbe matter. But all.of whom will learn with ? Wt [ '' EP'ERTS./;(
    this' secret ,Is to receive only workmen regreof ; 10U'' mustn't say.any thing =, ARE PUBLICITY1 ,a aLONG
    tie. war Instead-of lasting. but a teaL Who must remain there ali'their Uses,. his death. -old 'but time I've "
    about It chap every
    first expected, fur.'t' ,; -, DISTANCE PHONE 296 ;>
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    months as many Once having: entered the Inclosure, called at the boose lately there's been "

    nlahlng military titles and big pay tot around which la e wall so high that no ea".ce Tribune. TAMPA V\
    Pool Room Changes Hand.Mr. a bulldog.( Chicago SUITE 4 & 5 .FLORJDA a
    this last named class, proved a glgau, one has ever escaped! over It, the work ,
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    tic, bloody struggle and with cacti man becomes u prisoner and bids farewell ' W.: W. Miller who"has bpen -,- -- J' .... 6ANK- 3F TAMPA, BUILDING': J ..

    flfibt the army war In. need of these ,forever to the outside world. operating a pool room) on the north tide ) Order of Rubjicatlon.Inthn ) .

    7,f *o called soldiers. "Paula," said a young Kusslan one of Broadway pear Darlington avenue Circuit Court of UKBIHI" | Judicial, "

    .Colonel Jim O. In JCS02: commanded day "I am going: to enter the factory." ha. sold same to Mr. II. E. Bryan the Circuit the ftalnot Florida, 'In and for the

    the brigade In which I served. Tb "Oh Peter!I" gasped the girl to. whom sale taking place hut Friday; The new County of o.coola-lu('haul''r-U. K. CiioW }
    he spoke: and T, 1Ir.aV"'H.. rr. colonel bad peen arpollUclan In a largi and is -
    took Monday
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    owner
    never are her bunl>an city and was one 'bf the OMIt to "offei "Yes; we can marry-we adding a fine cigar stand and a first- ''- It appe rlD( by ifBadaMl duly flied In the l
    aacriflee- .tbe' bit too poor. There Is suffering enough L : M. MARSH' & Co.
    blmself a to Union class lunch room with the already well above Stated cause, Iliat Fraddiu I'ldKc-ort and\
    Idea of that sntrlflce being that bl for us as |peasants without bringing i I II! ridgcnn. her husband, Iwo 01 the, def,,"". .
    Into the world to suffer I equipped,pool room, will give him one ', .DEALERSINPINE'LINE OF' -
    children
    would. start ,out wltb rank of colonel! ante herein namnil arc IIol.sld'.III. of Ilio I
    and: return wltb that of.general, pickIng can get no work elsewhere, and I aui of the most complete establishments' . of alma ot Florida and. are nuKlenlB of Marlon.Hoillh STAPLE .AND FANCYaGROCERIE.S
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    starving. There time may obliterateyou the kind in the city -I 1 Carolina; thutthvti phtlnkea'ldre.h I I.
    sundry "perquisites" by the
    up from my memory, and, though 1 Mr.- Bryan has resigned )his dt puty- I Marion I!South CnroUna; thai they are both
    Alien for fat office. De wur' i
    run a
    waf. of H In,ihi-re. .1
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    of liberty I shallsuffer ov 'r afce tuvuly-oiif MHTH I-
    I- One looking man and prided biro shall be deprived my ship and will devote his entire'time to I fore, .
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    less than to be free and a preyto
    HIt on being a lady killer. his,new business.. Ordered that salt. iifiii"lCHl4int-.lifitudauttbe. ,,

    Nofiooner were tbe troops grouped a hapless love. -- and they ace hen liy, rwiuir< to appear] tu : RREBN NC PLi 4
    and dlvtBlous than Colonel The girl begged him to take a differcut tlmhhlof, romp Hint filial lu.a,itl rHta), 011' r FRE ;'i'III"fi".1
    Into
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    view of the matter. With streaming It is the Wise Man bifoMMondnv, tliuOili day' of Fel'tusry': A Itl"llt DELIVERY t. all pads of the city, ,Prompt!and"OI
    Jim. t 1 bj. virtue of the date of lilt I :)
    commission was plated In command ol eyes. she clung to him be eel'llluf,1I who fully realnsvs, that the time to, make \ otliiTHinl', tlii'DllfKHIiininnf 001.11.,1III> \ TKL.K"MCINK. of 0. .oa "
    that good! l h. taken confined 1, | ,lcl"n.18u'n
    Jilni to wait In the .hope BOIUC as 5 SHI
    As .. this eleva provision for bill later jeers during
    a brigade soon U.
    fortune would 1 conic to thorn Hut liorefused It IN furlli<'r )ir'l)rut -tl,l'lhi>>> 'lJel l I l"' |>uliIK.IH -
    took place be looked about him 1101'I I the productive period of Ins life and . kf .. ""
    1'pnrlnJblm".t (1 ?nee N w i-eV (fur! four "nHvuiiUf) \\f t p----
    to be encouraged \
    itaff. Being allowed two" aid. h< tilt' tl) at a growing bank"at'count 's ,i bilpn -, In. the 1.lmlll'11'1., 1< } (;acetic. pulo'l.h.s* ''1 l ,In
    from her. lie went to
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    chose Louis lUcbmond nnd boll\ I nMlil. Mild -Inu. S
    his County
    + tno, actual need 1 in conserving incomeanil
    second llfutpnaots. Klijinion told UK I II factor. Its J.IIII'II cloned. upon him,0111'anil 1 in his accumulations" l 1)f."rl..r.dlhl""h.I.!l ) \ of Jm' nary.Jo.. SURPRISE DRY GOODS STORE ,
    j jI he knew Hint they would never increasing '.
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    that he didn't like the colonel, ) nntl f
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    to him ,Why not begin now anil! provide for AHTIIUI' 1 1. I'OXE'-A1' < \lute II 1 .

    I Intending to ask to bo rt turii.' "'''N i ,",
    But no .sooner hud he P O. K\\ IOh'1 Imprisonment' lie found Hint tie hud n< 1forsottiMi .tart we shall be glad to havtrYOUR I ,
    nir ItIn. than on n-t-rlpt of H .. "hold\ I ,rr"r' C'mi' ] mi"lit- M j jv l lt
    hl. 8W'plIwllrt. IViilli ulnae account- add to it if you can.t I i
    I from (Iht' north lie Hakl (but lie nuultlrcnmln I enables n.* to ne,'er Rllf'\1\ lioiula, VAhllitboic t H.1t; State llankeul,
    on the slnff I nslutl 1 him why It life IlicriIn hope. and It Is,thin ASHES: ROACHPEPPERto -
    I. ho had Mo i suddenly rhniiKt'd 111 N 1 \'I'w" I -In ,.. week Until (onilcnl and) Sentimental)(
    hope thin keeps\ wnrm the ein| ers Question of Courage.PhlllHes '
    .; but lu t-hut up like nn o> sti-r. ilnd rt- pusse-d' 1. its ;: Q r; HAS NOI e
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    the heart T\\o jfiirs he was paying' attentluu CehiAIK3S / "
    fusp l to utter n word In'pxplannUon III he could 1 not forget !Ills! I'nnli : time\ tic NOTOiON'Jj) 1 .3Sj:....'. / ODOR MRS. L. Beaman '
    and HI : In tier quite n long I ,.. .. ... .. E. PEARCE Bl-g.
    Ii It WIIH. not longktirr' I this. hint <>nmornliiK < Then he wept hit I"r tonm Ht the decKlou Blum. --l'crhftJIY> be ltu nt I Inlrt'hkfuct t table lliI'M \ FlI. aonultnel R..p. tclo and run away
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    l h. hid 1 11I.1 li"ii ape to propone .. hock K..pc .Ht and SorhMd oilcultty
    roIODI'I'A brow ta..rrv' I"w'rln.nll'n. /: ) fai toi, '\' lie biul takiu uu n lifiIOIIB .. I'b 'Ills-Oh, I Jou't know Perhaps -6.:' 'tlnt\\ .cii all V'rft,.bltl M..pl *.. j'f.\ .
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    vlia..y 'Iron Corn aid imventf Hnj Choiir
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    i Inipil-onnii'iit( without lint'hit! lie had" the courage! not to propose\ > zki.nt" Eu.
    thief on ill} KlHlT 1"1 l nluhl wbllo 1 1WHS 1 I .." \\1..1.
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    .. d I brio II'.M'' 'Inn/ 1'.1'r "nn IriinVWHS fndiii) mid "hal11'1 lily "KUI'prlxr. I. 'Pwo for five wa the brand of dgOl o I..1 r .. I I N,, ', sear. ud wa d R. ..I.. vipiai j elf 4..

    f" rlfliMl "f n pin, 'kajr "f pnpirs"As !, I SIH- I'linln Hiding( / lit a (ItHitvi Mlii- the. man was smoking. "Tills cigar DISINFECTANT CO r
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    he sM>Ke lie. limKi-d. lit, nil inn rn-.li triwnnl, her w In nhli oft SI MM E ECoiiHcunenlly !;.
    nln.nl to 1111 Mercian K1S
    ,11.I, M UK he said regarding; It closely :< one Q MIAMI. FLORIDA :J wit ICIISUCCEED. are cot sold by a tin
    far i-s to nothe.) I'fT.."I .>f IIIISOTIi.!. TIIt.II'1 CMniil .ml
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    < III'' and one very bud one ASHE'S RATSALT .. .
    good point ,.
    I 'tli..Kl Unit .. ' Very ,.. . .. ,.. ,... ... ., ] we hope to soil our Seeds to you
    'li'' IMi:\ Jinionil Ivnn 1ln null I, lIh",1 In'in iiKiln, down upon In" I Tin good point Is that It contains no ,.\ '" ". '"'' "" t! direct by M U.
    one. of ( InstnfT. whose. l.ioLs. ludlrnlcdcoil.lnn.nrsa 1 : ,, l 1I. ''' ,I .
    Work I III a 11I"111"111 Uf UIKlelxtlii < Is that It 'Pj'
    The bud con : Is .
    cabbage"; one r"y: 1 J&I advertisement< mailed to us. If paper men-
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    I Sinluicl runic for n puipo-o dial' tal'is no tolmoeo"Her O rvlu tloncd, will\ bo liikuu as worth 2Oc. on any orderof

    "Mlcht: ant 'th,. Ihlt.r| be one of the wouUI be ili-fitili-d" . wile lli.ir Km. .wl) Part. -- - ------ -- W'I Write for the OliO Dollar ($1) or over and the coupon In-
    heudf oiih other. bitniMd1ien 1 I wife col II I 1'rluted closed with Seeds ou first order If returned to us. of"wlll
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    .U.I'.I! theuiiiinlHNiir)' \\ I 1'iti-f. left I tie ollloc- It was as bo worth Ono Dollar ($I) on a FiVo Dollar
    ":\0." \ the, roiiiililin t In labonites! with you ? ($5)) order. Buy If Market or 1 rlviUo Gardener.To .
    replied oolcmel.: (lie rob a new mull IllsJjiJuVedJiiKl '
    "Yes: her work aids every Ono Dollar ($1) order will bo added
    bt'r wns not < ?nniill led foi gain mid! li .I'l tome rv.i' "him nr' bin rerrnMrenravn CITY. CAFE BRISTOL.IViniNylvmiiu..
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    "I d"n I In Hoto I Imvp ) I to liitrcxluco them, one
    llii-ie' WIIK moiie.111. tLm trunk nnj U I would I not lm\e c' fur U fill . .
    tint tiikeu" Rome oil,' on ij' Muff Ilioy were now both prisoners "She durou't write; Kite prepares. Inj :1sa11 ; '
    tlIt, the papers' for n i>urpuH.. (>. If 1 id hlit' I't) some pl-in' III j lew for. IIpn1s.-JouAlon Post'

    f cnn prove|, It on l Trim I I'M knee him court huti: (e I MEALS' "
    The Natural Effect. 21 I
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    niiirtlntrrt 1 Rlxen 11(1| Ilbrrt.'l'hru. holier "a. j I

    ).. The colonel's ryes were (fixed lutt-nt tni: ,. ( hlFather- FOR I : t

    I ly )n 1(1.( Inn..nd as he t-j>oU> Hut\ HI. linidiiil i baring I been, on till brink of KlurntloTT last I to the conclunlnn I I

    went "n eating his \breakfast bind nnttbore for n lining"; mid 1. I I I thethat -: $5.00yREGULAR The HULL BASS MARKET-
    wild. Daughter-Of (course It wiis,
    with a fall: niiKMiut uf iiiiuliiili\' run ocenlluuallthst I t I _
    your con that? mode?.
    .It.kllng i IlI.H1\ (- \\ us ililn.illactiiNed ./j"" him I MEALS I II -
    I of being "thl..r. I NeLrthelebS: dullugWe twMouth hIm wild. Flo wanted you to go up-, ;4 Bearden Building One Block from Depot

    stalrx-and leave us. alo..ne. i TRANSCIENT 35 CENTS I -
    day be" 'Hindi appIU-litlou. to Culoue foea'cltomld '

    "It Jim to bo ,returned to hid\ regluieut., j ot her wllu
    Now\ ,. the relations \between a" geu'ernl t-ldeuf, happened 1 in the factofyx by oa rtf.i .011 op oj ov oq aaaa4tlluge s TAMPqICE, CREAM 'iuul"14'estttrn' .MEATS ,
    tiwtl ' I (1J1UJU"m.l 'Il"\\_<1<1npJ1lD'ill1IAJJO JA .r ..,.
    work ( n
    god bit\ i personal> staff 111'8.of. II j which neveral I werejtln ,
    I'' peculiarly 'Intliiiutc and'confldeutla''\ ''til dual' *)oara fipnai. Ilex| alum. OJ,* ; :
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    .. -w-}:1 I;,, character The general may nominal.'!j ntrerH w ere 611 busy elld41J1,'orlngtto ru' .IC11JOn nuin' u | JJU1B uld .dm o1; juotnoaHI1 . 4Niemeyer & WileyF POULTRY EGGS. FRESHFISH'

    , hIs own staff, and the nomination It- It-use .those who ,had not. been killedoutright aa.tan. \ d1 3uq!) panaao PIAOJ)1II1

    ..' consIdered' an honor But he Is not 'and whoso cries for relief not e..cD8 ixln.i-inaa anjjoi .IiIiU'i. : __ __ Special :"llienlioiii Plume Orders and Free .
    likely to retain nn officer who prefcrinot 1)ltll1 ble.[ The office force rushed! ) .q jv tu"M aH 0- -- I
    were I Vein ery to any part of the City' hone 189
    to bold the position gheli him tut ehL and Forehanded f ? S. RAINSI

    \Vliat was our surprise. to learn frou clerks mluglwlindiscriminately. Paula One noon Charlie Informed his" parents . TAILOR --
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    Louis Itlchinoud that the colouel, de' and !Peter met and withdrew to a corner that be felt too ill to ,.return to -_ .
    I cut and make //clothes to a man'smeasure Y
    cllued to Issue the order returning! him school. ;
    Y to his regiment Evidently the coin ":\Iy father," Said Paula hurriedly! "Hadn't J \better send for the doctor I do the' best steam cleaning II

    mender believed that his aid had "be<'al lc a soldier hi the war with ?' askexl :]ils mother hoping to test in town. I dye any color. I do- LESLEY COMPANY

    stolen his papers and proposed to force Japan He saved the life of a general the genuineness of bIB Illness any kind of repairing. I clean Hats.I rEL. .

    him to stay where he was until he I The general took n diamond from hit "Oh, no; you dou't need kI," replied have two of the best Tailors in the .

    could recover" them I blilrt front and gave It to his preserver Charlie. "Jle'll be up pretty soon. I South My place of business is in reef

    Since Richmond made uo denial olbeUig My father, who loves me better than ,Just stopped Jn his office on the way ,of J.: H, Redditt's Jewelry Store. CLOUD FLA.

    :iJ '. 4r, guilty of the colonel's charge WI all the world, gave it to me. 1 turnedIt home and told him to come up to see .
    treated him with. coolness and finally I I Into money,' and It produced 20,000 me.-D"llneator. I j PHONE NO. 210 --..- '**

    refused to speak to him except offl rubles We planned to use it to trans, cJllice i WII COME FOR I PULL LINH OP *HI
    ME AND I
    CALL
    sale this
    Old for at
    dally. Though the, young man winced I port us to America but I would not newspapers GENERAL HARDWARE
    at 20 cent per 100. (I I YOUR CLOTHES. ..'
    1 father and I hlTVe!(
    under this be seemed to be sustained go without you My to t
    ,,' by a consciousness ot Innocence dug a tunnel 1 under tbe wall. Tbe eb Tool, ...Bclac. Fmrmltmr. fmlnt, OII i..4 V.fnl.fc.., tll.......* Cr.ckrjr .

    .. Meanwhile there were conditions between trance Is between the wall and a wooden .. .... niche. Full Lin of Oasis F>r*<.hlas, Bata
    outhouse the house in tbe southeast ... him and the colonel that we CUTTER
    could not understand. Neither, took angle: the opening hi covered IDEAL FIBER '

    any definite stand. The colonel 1 cUd with lumber. We must plan an escape! : GRAIN, FEED AND FERTILIZERS .

    not prefer charges and Richmond through it. You will bear from me." IDEAL FOR TEMDEBIR0 r t

    : ./l made no move to force tbe colonel U She darted away; leaving Peter witha Grocery Located on N': Y..-Ave., -2 doors from !t. Cloud Hotel _,;-1

    permit him to Join his regiment wnlck great Joy a great hope, swelling with Steak Ham Bacon Etc llardwai Store-Penn. Ave., near lltli St. iJ.
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    seemed to be the only why to get rid In him.
    After that whenever Paula found an CUB-PRICES ARE LOWEST Ant.t.r PULLB 8 JOHNSON
    -I I I ; of a very unpleasant situation. I noticed Farr fnmt E alas
    that Colonel Jim made no men opportunity to pass Peter she slipped J J1 S. PENNELL, Agent. .<.1
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    (ion of the character of tbe purloined a bit of paper into his band on which. 3 FTTRNIZ'VRE::: : : '!"
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    It usually AGENTS .
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    written appointment.
    t papers, and his aid made no effort tc was an WANtEDHI N.. '
    read "Tonlght 12" or "Tomorrow CASH O* INSTALLMENTS I ,
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    tbslrested .
    free himself from the obloquy .
    night" or "Sunday night at 11." Fiveor M1
    upon bl m. six of these slips passed between ''C'H'
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    Such were the conditions! when w. them before they found a night when Peas Ave. betwees lOtfe Mil llth pat DcUvtrlM -a. ;

    xj4, entered.our first fight The colonel did!
    + they could meet and two or three more .
    1 ,. > not show up at tbe bead of his brigade, 1
    I before they met and could make tbe

    . t and 'Richmond who appeared to bt attempt. They did not dare escape H. C. STANFORD & OMPANY . ...... "it..}
    best fitted take his Issued orders "
    to place that after the '
    separately, expecting One Hundred: and Forty-Three Per Cent .
    In his stead When tbe fight wee .
    first escape a search would be made ..
    __. over the colonel .appeared, explaininghis ..that would reveal tbe tunnel. '
    absence on the ground. that be had Finally they came together: when tbe -Carries as Complete a Line of

    i'- got separated from his command when night was dark and stormy The sentries CENSUS CELEBRATION

    the fight opened and could! not .afterward were glad to keep In"Tbefr boxes, :nRX: : -OCCODS.isrorioasrs. a

    find It and there nun no one loitering outside

    But the division commander did not the building. Going behind the out : : ; : TAMPA FEB. 11 to 25'

    accept this excuse and( called foi 111>11..... Peter removed the lumber" FVRNISI3INC3S: :: : : ::: ,

    Colonel Jim's resl oat Ion. It wile Putria got down Into the tunnel and o t

    handed In, and. the political general Peter got down after her, pulling the SI3COS:: and. CI C'TI Oas t

    disappeared from the service lumber back In Its place Low Excursion Rates

    Colonel Jim's relegation tor:ward pol They were obliged to Crawl for !some can"be fo/md// in inland Florida and sells them

    1" 'j Ittcs relegated Richmond and myself tc distance but as they proceeded and the --M.----.
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    1\\ our respective regiments POOD afteiJlie tunnel drew away from the proximity VIA.

    fight be asked me to cote to hi* of I the wall, It had been cJg larger. As Cheap AS 'Any House in America '

    .. quarters. There be made( an explana:: They\ pimmMl through safely. Peter 'r'I,

    tlon of the conditions existing between t'lmhp'd' aside some board covered with ---- ATLANTIC COAST LINE
    him and bis commander A lady bad earth and (hey found themselves. In

    written him Hint the colonel 1 had a the midst of low brush '

    number of letters'from her which she Paula! knew very well, which wny to C. Stanford From stations on north and'vest of a line drawn! through Newberry, Gainesville '

    .. was desirous should be returned. The po. The w Inds blow the rain fell upon H. Company Rochelle Hawthorne and Palatka tickets sold Feb. 14. 16 17 20, 21.' 22. :

    '.1 colonel! had declined to give them up. .tbcm and souked their clothing but South of this fine, Feb. 16 HALF 16 17, 18, 20, 21, 22 23. Final limit of all I ticket*. ;,
    Feb. 27th. CHILDREN FARE. Each- ticket Includes ontFREE'ad; rmission
    bud either experienced such happy .
    Six- asked Richmond to get ,them for never '
    ( to fair grounds. )
    Florida coupon .
    her by hook or by crook lie had exhllnratlo'n Kissimmee : : For rates and information call on Atlantic Coast Line Ticket! Agent or writ \ "
    Three month later a family of Rus ,.
    hooked/ them
    J. G. KIRKLAND D. P. A., Tampa,. Fla.
    IH1C+ oursp Richmond rwelved his reward sian emigrants. settled on their. own -, ..p tY.I' .
    farm In North Dakota t. ,: ::1'U
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    ; : tHE SPINSTERS\ I DUST_LAYING.OH ," lVANTED'a I

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    U..d Canadian Town to Sprinkle Advertisements .'
    _ j WANTED Six-room cottage with I '
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    Streets.Consul I
    Performance at the Opera'"ouse, a ... large lot*, in town; must be reason* '. ':
    Augustus O. Seyfert of J S ; I rzi- able for cash; direct from owner. "J'I I
    Pronounced Success.. .I'Owen Bound, Ont, "sayi tbat "Ihei, Address T. K. F., care Gazette 6-11 ,
    A .' n I W er, ; under this bead At.the rate of Cents
    lake' Hbore soil
    .andy upon w lib -
    1' A large witnessed and ,most the'droll appreciative little farce audience entitled | Owen Sound 1 Is located results lu very J I 1irs lnger.; : each insertion .'11, WANTED....'Good girl for general house- .

    i 1 dusfy streets. No mutter bow much Lake, Wl : ;; vork.good pay and permanent .employment _
    'The .Spinsters' ,R"tur.rr: ;:' given falls much HHvert j .1.'hreeroom I .
    Jam or boW water Ist ; ; FOR to,right party. .
    SALE.ZRhodeIHIanci Red
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    r 'by; home talent l or the" evening bf Janf.,; sprinkled on the streets lu an .hour Fla; W. R Guaranteed full strata $1 for eg'1 servafltrhtSUse. Nelson. Realty Co. -
    ; '
    ,: rzm'at Fraternity lIa1Th'roogh\ I thereafter the dUlit,becomea i. nuisance, W P ; Cash of 15. Mrs. R. .L. Starling ,- .:., : '*".

    the earnest efTort'of Mrs. S.: B. Ault- and a meJlaro. man," the "spinsters1" held an !'open this the munJclp f' utUorltle" ex- ; : 1..tf PIT GAMES-Forty hens at$140 oath; WANTED':'Reflned couples or gentlemen l '. '

    _ _ 1 fierlmented.with\ oil, 'which provedsuch C D Smith ; ;; y g two 'cocks,., $5.00 -each; two stags,. for several nicely furnished
    'meeting" Chris"tlan ,
    ?'for the benefit of the and wife; ; : $2.60 "each. E R Bagby, Go,tha, rooms, with bath the best'meals the.
    t t: church of this city. Twenty-eight a success that now all the principal Atlanta; H Florida( V 6-tf market can afford.. Corner Main and .
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    I street In the town oiled ,
    | are .
    'at Pacific,
    60-tf ,
    ancient maidensappareIed; in all aorta street. --
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    l These thoroughfares Brit oincailiimlied ,, ; FOR SALE-LoU 7 fend & in block 244,

    of gay attire, with their bird cages, I and ,ore first swept clean and tho oil Orleans; C ; 'Florida avenue St. Cloud; best ave. .. :'\.o ,

    j : parots and what not,. appeared in pub- I put on Immediately after with tile hard New: ; : and' hue in city; also two shares of com 'QffIcDIRECTORY'
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    lac- and related their experiences in far- sprinkler Salina pany's stock; cheap. Inquire of Olive ..
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    : : L. Winchester -
    Wells 111. 6-6t-pd
    off Dawson City whither they had.{: "Tho objection at first wan that the GrTmmee, low -
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    for
    ., journeyed In search of tjie-all-import- odor from the rude oil wns offensive Schoen, ; .40& tf I FOR RENT OR' SALE ':'= Residential; Of' the Churches and Fraternal Sodr

    ant-for-paying-bills husband.Mrs. : I but In a day or two this. disappeared 1 Ft 1 and farming property of sixty acres C
    of the and the change/ for the better to dustless Myers; : one mile from Kissimmee; house contains S elics Kissimmee.
    ; Cochran, as president
    l. |I streets was recognized by all. G Hair, ; IY nine rooms, fully'furnished; outbuildings .,
    society made most efficient leader. .
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    Miller ; farming implements flow .
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    [ The first application of oil lasted six

    r Miss Glenn, who hau been assigned this I| ,,weeks and the second application wits Springfield ; : -ingwell.-- --Apply- -.. -Mr.- Drought.. 6-tf ..CHURCHES.BAPTIST. ; ,
    role was unable to take part on account tha 'other what Miss L P on
    I put on day, and ; IF YOU have any poultry or eggs for >
    :!: of .sickness in her family, and I I were some of the dustiest 8treeL 'orl' J Omsby ; 4-tf sale, or if you want t9 buy chickens! '

    S Mrs. Carr, to whom it was next assigned -, now perfN-tly( djisUess"The ton; J K ; home or eggs or If you are in any way interested Bunyan Stephens, pastor .

    waa likewise prevented by the j j town>TO*als state that It will aldo C J ; .1. M. in poultry raising send your Sunday; School WAS a. m.N.. C. Bryan .

    _ _ \illness of her husband from being one be< nn nnnuaeWnTIng of $2,000 over the GLBidwell ; 20-tf name have something on a postal of card interest to us for We superintendent ,.. .
    you. ---
    of the. eleventh hour Mrs. old water system and at the same Preaching a. m. and 7.45p. m."j
    cast. At the ford, G C ; Address The Tampa. Weekly Times, ,
    :Cbchtan kindly consented to take the time give much better results. ter Mrs A ; Tampa Fla 6-4t Prayer meeting 7.45 Thursday evening, "

    acted : ; B. Y. B. U. 7.45 Friday evening. .'
    and most creditably the
    part, Mrs C N FOR SALE-We .
    have in Eureka Addi- Visitors always! welcome,
    ,
    1.1' rOle.Mra .. dltivC\ : !beautjfrl\ east front !IpM, pvejlookfnif _, -'
    Dolph Berhe of There ore no slums lu thecoun-( itrt "T ,
    as secretary e Did lake; high dry, health? '- .
    the club was exceptionally fine and no ward healers, no dlves.no 1 X: wire'; I location ; esCli lot contains about PRESBYTERIAN. 'A

    ,. kept the audience In copstant laughter.Mrs. houses of Infamy, no schools of r J S ; 2-tf quarter of an acre ,' much larger than S. S. Snyder, pastor. ""* .
    .
    Katz in her Jewsharp solo, deserves crime But there are lmle <1'lb.- :& .- .. :; Po- I ordinary lots; prices range front $65 Sunday School 0.45. am.-Geo. F. '
    ably awful roads, especially In to 985'each, $5 cash and t5 per month ".
    xj G A
    Parker
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    special word in the way of com the wlntei1 ; without interest, fine location for superintendent.Christian

    mendation. . out ... .
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    .,i Space will not permit a mention ofF V nrrrr.rrrrrtrvreflGc"'rrv.GRADES ; tank pany. 6-tf Preaching :every second and fourth

    each'of the actorssuffice to say that II I ; I Sunday at a. in. and 7:30: p. m.
    '
    , all of the maidens acted their parts ON HIGHWAYS.Three )II J S Verne ; I MISCELLANEOUS Prayer meeting and choir practice

    most naturally and therefore most arti -,I Plant City ; ; ,''I Thursdays before the second and fourth .

    ..tally.. I or Four. Per Cent Slope Advia B K .. ; both:,: I WADE the tuner. Orlando. Sundays at 7:00 p. m. J

    Eight! men broke the monotony of the able For Heavy Traffic. ten, Green ; ; Nel FOR fresh. fish, phone the Hull Bass Visitors most cordially invited to all '

    "eternal feminine" in the play. Mr I I' A 1 per cent /grade on n road menus Iikeliml; ; Market No. 189. 19-tf ,Cervices.. .
    'I a rise of one fool for each hundred -- I -
    '- Earl Lupfer, 'who impersonated" the GET H. N.: BKATTON\o -
    drive
    feet of dUtiuue I hill your
    lniJed) up( the J and
    hypnotist, and Dr W.V.. Carson, th.1 I I I artesian wells -H-tf: ('HRISTIAN
    ', A 10 l IXM- < <'nt Kindi'! iiienns ten r.\ OU, that etlc -
    Indian Brave. were e* 'ptionally RixxlOurmi rise, In ,'at-li linndli ,d fiot 1 so I Irnveled! I I . in I VISIT the Rug Room of the Cash S J. Vance, (pasterI'reaclimg .. .. .
    an :
    ._: tlH'I .,>\..(.nmg. ; seer..l' musical A 1 l pi t'r cent I |.imle>. I then menus (lint I pulrl'inn mnry Hardware Store 4'J-tf! first..t.e< ond and third Sundays -.
    I of each month at 11 and 7
    nuinln* 'fie n-jideri-d which win. In traMll-ii: ui'lilll one milt- an ntienlIs I 'Now, us ::: __ I i FOR dressed poultry phone thc Rull p. m. a. m

    part 'ulurly 'n.1.) Hindi- '- fit: v hll 11 !jo( 1'''''' I 'scci.: ,'hod Uie.!' ," l hj Bass Market. No !Ii-9.! ] .
    Janunitint:{] I tin. . r"lIlll I / :" ,I'il rl-.(>-ln nliltud!" : ; 18 I
    ,. splinters, 'in sixnutoH. ; rtiillj nil ) I MUTTON superintend; A. I L. I Iavid) :1. asui-,
    Of TlJS': f.', 11)11. 4-< 1II. :III- lHlslime ; ; .. in fresh fat and fine, at theRull
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    w 'nt to :M>1 ( loud and. in tin, hlici\\n, ilini it" "\ ; im-: Hans Market, phone 18< 1J-lf) ( I taut superintendentChristian .
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    C: A. K Ji.ill.( In,I Id i u".II"r t HHitingTin i pull' I}(INMI' p.nnids t on A n i l'v-l\I\ i hii'll..>td! .eats an .! ; ; I WOOD, per. strand, $1 .2.1;; five slmmlsI I Kndeavor everj' Sunday ....

    n', ton, it nn 1Mth a 11,itli' : 11', The 7nlu Ai i-T 75.; KlSHimmee Lumber Co. jlf . r
    ring I pull ,sIl(1.\' 'sin |'ininiN' nn. n i I'I Kc of One ( I, . :1.11: -v 'mng at '>':30 J p. inI'riiver .

    (','ptlmphcMiM are not fort : \ : tf THE Cash Hardware Store eal'ries. the ni<'eting and I c'l hoir i practice i .,verv #

    inenls'1 lii-artl I rtgu ling UM *|.nnla"'I.v t I (..ot iii. It'll lie ":111: ..tllI'"I : ::;" .....1111.1.Th. . I In_ hiinil h.i' and largest hiu' of Rugs in town. I'l-tf I TliurHlB\ st 7.4;. p. m .

    and nutiiruliiesM.. of t tin.utiirs i i m this i iri ."... flit l'shsv. that ho' "j'rt'sI'.t. takes n () '. t ( I C UM C 'UM Those Runs at HIV,

    ;, delightful I intei'taiiuni'iil t. 101lt! I IIIlIf I v-si i"i i 1,1' iii 1 I.'d, 0' 1'1' II j ro",1 l lIs and "" Will : ,Cash Hardware Store H-I) tfSHANIRAUOER j METIIOIiST.Viii. .

    I, th' 100uI hi h ,. beta, "ii"d I : 1 II. Orlandlfnr"I,, 'I"H
    \\ 1111 h tal'11
    1 hi) ladle .in p.ii' toii.diU' . proud' ...ftl"ir : II" ) II. Punk pastor,
    Iii.. ""li'4'i'I hili .cii 11\111 roal. ''tthrnsgli with. sntKf( (" : ( ( 41 .if and sundries. 2.1 wheels. from $i; MlI '
    t } hniimi.d. I sum-ss. I having) C I.-ar.d her I to ,1\1!\ for I Prearhing everv Sundav morning and
    hli ;
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    I Iwill' I I h. ,1..1".1 lU\ulhol If I I'lb ns < up new 1fI"tIHICAHPENTEH ,
    in th.. t *0 eiiMiuigo" ovt-r, $Hi>, \\liuli ; eveningburirluv.
    et't'foi''' ziI\ 1..1 I Ihllt '/III I I Ii 1 hwll '" hono\er. lie JOIIING and ri-port-log.
    : he at onre turned o\t-r to I lh.- 'I'I I I ru"'"'it'd) I".y I 1""I1I1 I I y' '"nd..,) v('Is is-k'. he snakes ; ; ; i: Good work See James. Church t.n..nr I R"hoolt,4f' a. m -J. M. Loe.1JI"'rinlenIt'nt ,
    CtiriHliiin Main St. ; '
    steud .J.tf.! ,
    church"I lii Ki-pf within n 3 orI ]I""'" ( ; - _'
    I cent KUiil.If I I iirn. t tli nliliTo I do I I this., 'I I fi75, f JUST arrived -lug Htnck of Guim. I I.c-g: :; I'rayer met-ting" every Thursday

    .ma I jif'i f I. IId..n S to '''ion I gings, Hunting Coat and Ammo- night. ._
    c Ideal Fertilizer. ; ) iivjiiui- l' tnnlo'p: ( -iiitiin. KOHH draves :114!liIh
    pet\ (11'oil I id hills! nl\\ sty's lvc'C-|>liig In are built : ,I Choir letaetir.every Saturday1 night. _

    : We have heard many l'i\or.ihll., 10111ments 1.' I lulud thai I (the. lower the grade I'.ir: presses'" YOU have n roof that n.-...l.. pninting -
    I l- af-k ]'i'nrl! metal Paint .it hit'right .J
    d''c : :
    ,"> the lid maho hassled, and Y'H \\
    alM ut the free pamphlet entitled, l I' ( ( ( thing for Him. climate RoGruveg .... I'I.:1 .
    the tost. of linulnge Kept' lit. t the lowest I under
    "Question i on !;prinRF..r'ti lizi 11,*. De :U-tf Kcv DavH D KnVl, rector
    of Its
    rooms "
    point .
    recently issued by Wilson & Tuonivr more .\lIl<:' ed, ANYONE: anywhere can stjtrUamail. | Services every secomd and fourth Sunday

    Fertilizer Company, tlf> Jac!<" ,'ille, .. I t.nd order business at home No car YO"K' at : (ItS a. m.
    i>?> + '' '+1'+ 'I'i'f444'? '
    and are glad! to receive the copy just at : !. i in'g. He your own bonn Semi for free Communion 2nd Sunday at morning
    'They tell ( boOklet Tells how. Heacock A
    hand. Good roads arc -the earmarks! f 2114
    The unique cover design is but : "thnt cre Loekport N. Y.FOR .serving.
    ;I If clvlllyatloiu the emblem of .Intelligence' :' J De-r. : to
    0''a
    )preparation for the :"five! wire" talk ; J been / ; of Guild meeting every firstTuesday.PRATERNAfc : .
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    roll"tt.nand refine- : I ; ANY kind "ofmetal;;
    especially
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    within. Every citrus should
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    grower' 1 a rather fast the .
    [ .ini-nt, whervns bn have
    ,thlbooklet1Wedo! not need sign of, backwardness; liidolence, : ""ell, ; j Rosa Graves, :4-tf : : ':. '' .i\ '
    advise arefuLattetion'1tLhe'sound .. J: "he. ; t ,. _- : SOCIETIES. ;; };:;
    ". v: any .
    : and Indifferent, cltlzeuslilp AN intelligent person "may':earn :$100 , :' ,_ \. ':{ t
    dvlce given for the presentation. ( of <,> 1 1IN a slow! : : -; ," ','" .,,, ," It.'"'
    'v
    monthly for ', ., 'f I ;( \ \\" (
    .. +bN> I i j corresponding new pa.pers. ,I- ; ." ; : : iic.Orange' : ' ":: vr ,
    I ,
    the subject: is such a* to hoM' l the interest : No canvassing. Send for particulars ,
    r Harold's .., Press B Blossom Lodge No. 80, F. &
    of evR casual) reacUr. We note Syndicate 2245!

    two cuts from the Boyd! and Fort groveat ONE WAY. TO BETTER ROADS. BS to \\ hj ( .. Lockport, N Y. ,, A. M meets first and third Monday

    .In music WHEN ;: I nights in each month at 7.:*> o'clock. in
    Eagle Lake, showing re- I visiting St. ClouJ', our Kissimme .
    Automobile Club Gives Free Drags to "I 1 don't friends are invited to make their Fraternity Hall
    I
    Farrnera I "I pet headquarters with the St Cloud Drug I J, M. Harwell W. M. '

    1 A plan inaugurated aeTerul, months thing/ except Co. All the popular drinks can be' W V. Carson secretary
    Man the Brut.. ago l 1,1'> the* :MiinhatttHi (Ken i Motor I Delineator had at our soda fount, and our ice ,1
    : :L They do say" remarked Brown as ; -- cream is the best that can be made.
    dub ,him .II.H n uoiensrul In bitterliiK
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    fee pushed back hilt chair from the din I KNIGHTS Or 1TTH1AS. t
    the condition of (the country reside lu a The Stage l SAFE AN PROFITABLE INVEST-
    (able .. Friendship Lodge NO; 10, meets
    Her "that a woman's work li every
    from Manhattanat
    '. radius of ten miles Mr. I1. MENT120 acres of land, with two
    Wednesday night at 7.00 o'clock in Fraternity .
    never done 1 leiiHt 1 M |H-r cent and the plan \Uto : Manager\\' orange groves covering about sixteen ''

    "And they are right when they way Inexpensive' that the club l Is urging/ 'Villain, do i ; S.- acres, in bearing, 'consisting i of Hall. !

    i 'i .0," rejolqcd, the wife I other towns to take It up. I member ( t.pd well assorted eranges, grapefruit, F. C. Bryan, chancellor commander. __'

    "But what'-.tjinkes you think ot It at I Tbe 'club gives' a road drag to e\ You seem and tangerines barn; ; quarter three-room'-house mile of fine, stable lake R. O. Mark, k. perof r.cord8andaeal. '

    this moment" pry farmer who will\ guarantee to use stage lr t.! !! !: ; ; on front; two miles" from railroad; four

    .,1.- '.That shoulder of mutton!" replied It to'keep three miles of road In good. I miles from St. Cloud) owned by a

    : ,, firown as he blade a rapid exit. condition. The club has given away 'Tbe ) Kansas maw who would like to sell PYTKIAM SISTERS!:

    _' more than forty drags and Is getting on We would like to tell you all about Kisstfnmee, Temple, No. 21, meets

    a The Story Humorous and Witty. r calls for them at the rate of about angels"'Tbey are n ; .00.; I this. Nelsot> Realty Company., 6-1 tWINDEMERE I every.Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock
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    The humorous story Is strictly a I four a week' fulfill little :. is located 18 miles except the fourth Thursday, at which

    work of art-high and delicate ort-I The club first made the offer several look on an northwest of Kiasimmee. 12 miles time meeting wilf be held at 7.80.: "

    i anti only an artist can tell It. averred I months ago. The farmers were slow work west of Orlando.on the Florida Midland ; Peanut E. Bryan M. E. C.. I

    Mark Twain. But no art Is necessaVy I In taking advantage of It.' but a few mind Railroad and is surrounded by Mabel R. Overstreet,. M. of R. & C. -
    0
    ; days ago the club's president, Dr. J three large 'clear water lake*-But
    .. In telling the comic and the witty ler, Down and Bessie. The land .is OSOEOLA CAMP NO. 79. W. O. W.
    D. Colt advertised the offer In the local -
    tory; anybody can do U The art of I newspapers, and' the result has 'Now, ; peculiarly adapted to citrus fruits Meeting nights second and fourth .

    : telling a humorous story-understand I been that the drags are being takeu "you've and truck raising, and is almost en- Tuesdays. at 7.30 p. m. .
    1 enough to ( tirely immune from frosts. I am H. T. ,
    of Stamford C. C.
    mean by word mouth, not print- by the farmers as fast as the club can tracts and ,
    I now offering10acre a
    was created In America and has remained get them made. The club has placed know bow" frr; town lot in Windemere for $250 each. Johnson, Clerk. )

    j,._ ,' at home II no limit on the territory In which the I "Sure! ; This ia the best land proposition i in I l
    pencil on
    I Injustice.George oll'el'ls good,, and tue drags are .hl use ., Florida. Write me for particulars or

    ,- White though, bis- name did I In all sections of the county They er. -New i I come ai 4 ,aee, S. S. Griffin, Gotha GenO.O.fl.wardPostG.A.R.
    Fla. 44-tf.
    cost the club about $6 each.
    '
    Meets the first and third Wednesday .
    not Indicate his color: was convicted both ,
    "Necessity
    ,f
    - Judge sentenced him to pat a (floe I her : I : r. Fraternity Hall. Visiting Comrades ,J) 'r.

    -., - Of $10. Are you In favor of good I ; in 'I 1 DWELLINGS'rent, apply to M. TiU I.cordially invited ';
    ;
    0 -w.trGeorge shouted reproach roads? If sot you don't belong We I 1 lar.i '0. DKBBYSRIMB, F. Webklng

    folly oa bearing his sentence' "Whuf! | to this age of tbe world and this '< I M dr Florid under ( can I i ROOMS for .Rent-Apply to Mrs D. i Adjutant. Commander.. .

    Tea dollars for stcallu that chicken! towp, Is no place for-you." I to lh. Tax who ,I M. Breaker. 31-tf ,

    ) Wuj, jedfe I could 'a' bought a smait- Florida to No Citation of Administration.
    '- 4 I IftIO and : ROOMS TO RENT-Either singly' or ]
    .
    er hen for CO cents."-ExchauteDifferent the k-Vled several. en suite; suitable for light housekeeping : la COUtOI the CouutJudge.. Slat of Florida: ,

    -a. Effect Tar on English Roads.The I I -. Apply to Mrs. A. A. Simpson toteM or Htella O. WrIght Uiaeola County l.
    I RevenueTo I Notice Creditor ; '
    ,' 3I-tf 1
    county In England _
    Tbe same thing will make entirely iiurveyora I amount Jandt Aib persons bevies debta or' demanda agalna*

    .: \ different Impressions on different read I have reported that tbe tarring of I Balance Amount la'be ;; BOARDERS wanted-Mrs. E. J. Alvey The Susie of Blella 0 Wright: deceased artboraby -

    -, '. \era," remarked the man who writes. I roads ha. resulted In a saving of 20 General & lean accommodate several parsons with required to present the same, duly authenticated
    ;
    ti \ "Quite so." replied the lawyer "Let to 25 .per cent of tbe cost of the road Amount ; : board and room at her home in rear within the time required by; law.

    tees which bring tears to a girl's eyes malntensace Tbe average cost of Ilalanaeto Amount be ? ; In- I of school house or board without .nl I all pomona Indebted to said Eatale Of. requIred

    -- frequently make a Jury lau b.- spraying with tar to 9105 per mile. County RoadTo ; I, room._ _ -- - :34-tf to make Immediate payment to
    ke Experienced: that It to amount ... < YOU A. R. DROUO un. _,
    '. Washington Sfar f \ men nay pay; Amount \ CAM get three good meals
    _
    '- spend this much for tarring the roads Balance to be ; good; cooked by best northern cook at Admliitnlrator KHtate. of Stella O. Wj>iajt, De

    o.at'coat <75O to -il.OOO: per mile a To County:mount ._. : b..A I Transcient Restaurant,. opposite post I' ceaooed. f-- "
    '
    BE READ) year for mslntensnce Nothing more Amount ('ol le I office\ for 25c each. Short'orders ... .
    satisfactory than tar ha. been found. Belnnoeio be for extra < e- I Keep on trimming; ; your Sub-School : at a I, ,_ -! : --z1 yyi-....__' -. =-=-== (Employment AgencyaIBurIau:
    taig toil tugging and peg-\ Two methods are used In applying-It; Te amount a. % .
    '
    w. year
    If: ..If the road Is resurfaced the material Amount ( be : FOR RENT '
    '
    ...war. You can oercr tell when Ts-jjreTlously saturated with tar. On Balance Sub-School to be ;, good,;,, Of Information.
    will
    .. J.e-.mcetof'. tuccest come. roads that are not used too much such. Te Amount amount eo11.c see *,I FOR 'RENT-Nearly three acres of W. H. .PARMBR. PBOPMIaTTOR ,.

    treatment will last the or sU yMi'a. Balance to be | trucking land with. five-room house houses to rent Rooms ImmUked or eafur'fished.
    _ ;
    - lor ,.
    "' 'Not Selfish., I I The other system la to spread ho Te Bub-amount cbUel ; land close In, Nelson Realty O. 8-tf Searches BUuatlona of every aecvwed kind conducted.unemployed BUleUyoonndenllal

    mia tar on the ...urtaN. and this baa provedto t (;" I All pereeM. ha lag honiwa or
    U.-D'7ou b.lIZ. la every for be than float'protector. It t:::: .. be ; [ FOR RENT Cjuiet and sunshiny room. rooms to rent atelavtted to .ecai" .. mv termi.Oflloo '
    more a
    : .h1a..Er She-Ob. no!, I ; b Ueye la II Mrs. R A. Rusaela, corner Main and over O*" EOUA DRUG STORE .I "
    mskea the road waterproof binds : B. II BR, KluiTttmle., Flortda. .
    r ,'every DU toe some wOiadl toI I and Oak ,treta ft-lt-pd: \.E..a. ,..
    It (Sa&&.). . -
    . .I"' '' It< toft-etber/be material making: more ... ..
    ? rsel tent to water,/wheel, and hoofa. -C '," ,
    A'it ".
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