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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: February 10, 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: VID00476
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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:' '.taints garden, which I is_only about.oneJ.quarter t f .. that, is the modern, well Appointed and I Iup ,.

.: ( of a.mi e from the city;. on the |I -.date hotel. The Graystone..! i i WORRDASBEGUN
\ marl road Is one of the sights around The proprietor of The Graystone: Mr. ':

; ., Kissimmce! ; and many strangers here J' ,4 'i; Board... of .Trade Annual\ Election ; Harry Thurman,..btgaji'l it*construction';,
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As a Builder Up 'of This ,Section pajr, |It a. visit -very'*eek.; Captain.l' J over three years ago and, at that On the New Brtck. Passenger Depot . '
Letters Breaker is one of'|the ,few .truckers In j "_ 'I time his idea was that ,'a' \well 'furnished ,
Vividly Portrayed ,
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--..Will be Modern In
.: this section who have been akhippirg'. and otherwise';well-appointed Every .
-., From Subscribers. cabbage I The "ahriual election of: ffic.,.. of tl ''Boai-d of 1
for the past two w&ksyandat ; __ > hotel l of twenty fine bed-room., with t Particular/
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j the rate" that vegetable is selling, Trade wlff take place!? at the, meeting on-. Monday\ parlors, office/ samptd rooms; etc., \ .-s--! .
at few df is no reason why that .man would meet the of the
We tirntowearya our arent requirements .
may : ,
whioh will held in Chamber 'at At last in
i night, ba the. Council we are a position to announce -
Aousands of reJden"liy, tf erring to should Worry over his meal ticket for. public for some' yean, but in a short' that the' contract
I has been let
i;<'.! 'good work. the' Valley Gazette la at least a year to come. 7130O'ClOCk. as well as the' officers w.ho')1a.v served time fitter, The Graystone was Opened j and work,begun on the new bnck passenger _
doing 10 building up and making prosperous 4 the will file ,their It is to the puhic| Mr.' Thurman saw that "d''
past reports.
r year urged....upon poL This U a matter I that:
/ Klesimmee and Osceola county', MR. ( A.JJIEMEYER l it would be necessary to more than
member baa received) the greatest attention
meeting
the of this .
every necessity attending .
object In producing such letters double his accommodations meet the
but our !
I from , as follow is, mainly, to let our West'numerous Will At Once'Begin the Erection of"J '. as the selection, of-a thoroughly capable set of t demand so great had become the hotel'. years, and the .'Valley Gazette has repeatedly 4, 1
in the.North and read fame for therefore al
good service
friends Room officers ia necessary to the welfare uf the Board of called\ the attention,ot the
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who have been.herehave 2 ApartnJent House. : addition !
what persons' once three-story 'comprising forty railroad officials) to the inadequacy of,
to say of this wonderful section Trade and the continued advancement of our city and rooms was begun last summer, and has .
visits and the present '
n a stranger our\ city_ wooden structure, but Itwa 1
__' --,-,- .-_- while at the _same time. these letters the way improvements_ are1 1 being cL the prosperity of our people. Much other business just been completed. This addition not until the business of Klsslmmee ",

1. convey Indi8putabl testimony to. the made and new buildings going up on an important character will be presented to the meeting gives The Graystona about sixty fine : reached BO far beyond the com':
wisdom pur c.unt Commissioners di one'of the first iteeping rooms, many of which a e en
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every hand, questionshe pany'e facilities to handle it .that the
r. I play in mailing, out weekly eight,>rtjndred asks la whether outside or home capital which demands careful attention and earnest suite with bath; and all are both.comfortably decision was mad. to build new passenger '; "

.: I copies of the Valley Gazette. to. ia plying the bills and when he i Is thought. and b handsomely furnished.Th.e quarter Tb. City Council was
'1 I,: proapective homeseeker I Irv-fne Northern informed that almost every'dollar of E. L. LESLEY.. President.R. E Graystone is built of concrete: moat liberal to the railroad closing

AI, and Weetems the money Is coming from the pockets blocks, with tile flooring in the main Sproull avenue that an '.ntraec..couklb.'Iiad
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O. MEEK!: ''Secretary. and'eacti apartment i is situated
building, < so -
of our own people he at once begins to the depot from Broadway
1. Island City- (Y., J* < 8- MU- for suitable to that the sunshine penetrates it Ii
". Ix ng to 1 loek-around .a place without forcing the company to buy
. I Mr. W. B. Harris, Editor of The Kis- buy and locate permanently for he . . and a perfect view of the surrounding additional property for use for that
,_ .I .,. Himmee Valley. Gazette Kissimmee .knowsthaCwhen "home"" people have country and beautiful Lake Tohopekaliga purpose. A
1 "'Ia. /' falthlenough In their city to put their is had. The service of The Grayttone But the railroad officials are acting

I Dt'arSlrHave been a reader of your money'trv costly buildings\ and Improve. is equal to that of any: of the great very wisely in the matter of this depot 4

4 par*'!' tor 1!ix weeks, free. Don't think merits, that"the future of that city is All Is In Readiness for tourist hotels, and the grounds: surrounding for the plans" 'call for a building
ofmilady's
"I 4ahould trespass on your kindness or assured. it are as pretty as any that will be second to none In the state .
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while the
1 the courtesy of the County Commissioners The l latest, and one;of, the most necessary gardens, prices are in an inland town and will be much (
.1 .7' any longer. It would not be inconsonance improvements ,that will be added i far below those charged by many hotels more modern and up to. _date than '

A-' with the Gazette's motto to our city is a twej1ty.four'Toom con G. A. R. Encampment with not half the a accommodations or many in ctties'of four times the size of .,

,_, \ or the spirit of,.your citv, aa shown by crete apaitment house, which Mr. E. one-tenth aa good a cuioine.ALLNIGHTSERVICE. Kissimmee. .

,/ 6 your paper Best wishes to you, the A. Memeyer will build -on his property Mr. E. W. Parker of Tampa has ,.;
, paper and the city. Enclosed\ find check west of the Osceola'High School It is secured the contract for the construction -

for two dollars. Pleatip send me your I Niemeyer's intention to snake! this The Local Committee of Arrangements_ Have of this depot, and the work ,will

'paper; to my home address below and building modern in all .its appointments Will At Once |pe Inaugurated at the be done under the direct supervision of
for the Grandest Celebration
!I... .sure to send me a copy of that electric lights, water, telephone Mode Preparations I his brother, Mr. W. E Parker, who Is
.'February, 22nd Special Edit-on etc :"and divide it into suits of in Kissimmee's History. Electric: : Light Plant. I now on the ground superintending the

Yours truly six rooms, each suit being so cor- For the past year Kissimmee has 1 work excavating for the foundation.The '
45 DKNIS O'Li-ARv Htructeil l that its occupants will have been much in need of an all-night service dimensions of the building will

-'p v. ? __ the same privacy to be found in a home As the time approaches for the anI I vided with sleeping accommodationsand at the electric light plant, and especially -t tI be 240 feet in length, and will begin ,

Sapulpa. .Okla., I<'..b. 2, 1911 not connected with another. The build nual.encampment of the G. A: R. veterans I j placea at which meals can be pro. I are lights( needed at 4 a. m., i I I forty feet from Dakin avenue." The
The KiHjiimmee, Valley Gazette W. BHarris" ing wiH b tbf concrete, therefore absolutely which will be held in this city, 'I I cured; otherwise it would oe impossible -I the time of arrival of passenger train( j station'proper will be 66 feet 'in length
: Publisher fireproof, ana as it will be only beginning next Tuesday, the minor dc- to comfortably care for the hundredswho as it always brings a number of people I I by 27 feet in width, being divided into '
Dear Sir--Enclose-i draft for $1 'an three blocks from the heart of the city, tails are being perfected by the local will arrive here Monday night and here, bufit was only at the meeting of two waiting rooms each 33x27 feet., In ',,
Der mv letter written in Chandler, it will be moat desirable as a place.of. committee of arrangements, and there Tuesday morning. Badges have been the council on Tuesday night that it I I the center of the east side facing the

Okla., for subscription from January residence for a small family, and especially il now practically nothing left to be procured for the use of all visitors, was decided to order a continuous service I I tracks will be the ticket andtelegraphoffice

18, 1910, to June 18, 1911, for your. valuable will it be much sought after by done but to give the old warriors and which will be given out at headquarters throughout the 'twenty-four" hours\ 12.6 by 15.7 feet. Toilet rooms .
paper persona spending# the winter months their friends the grandest time of their and its. desired that all strangersask of the day and night are provided and the sanitary arrangements -
The Gazette i is certainly ar U>wq here, and who prefer housekeeping to li"es : for one after registering While it has been the council's Intention are to be up to date. A bag

boomer of the first class and the inter boarding. Grand Marshal Parker has been drilling And just as complete have the arrangements for some time past to' institute gage room 34-9' by 27 feet with con -

-- est it has taken in Kissimmee and OsI his troop of lady. horseback riders, been made for the entertainment this much.needed necessity. well as : Crete floor, will be Separated from the
ceola county, every property owner WILL SERVE LUNCH which will lead the grand parade on of the organizations'composed convenience, still that body did not feel :i L northend of the station building by a

t should' subscribe for it, and after read ,Tuesday, and they present a most of ladies --the W. R. C. and the Ladiesof justified in burdening the''taxpayers I passage way. A covered platform will'
} ing, send to friends That is what I do. Ladies of the Catholic Faith Will reed 'soldier-like appearance as they'march the G. A. R. -as the local membersof with this additional expense until pro extend from the north and south ends''
Will be with ou not, later than October in double file throurh.3 our streets The these two societies have attended to vlsiocould, !.. be made to meet Its finan- l I of the station, each platform .to be 62
Yours truly, the Mighty Throng. ladies of this troopare expected to decorate all the details incident to both the cial, temands and the water works and feet long. At the extreme north end a '

S. U DfcCKfcR Whenever the, ladies of Kissimmee their horses in colors of red, business and social sessions.We sewerage"system was in opecation and building will be erected for the use pf'

attempt to do a thing they do it well), white and blue! aa well as any extra would again call the attention of as'that feature has now been fully met, I the express company. And. ,hus will

Decatur, Mich., Feb. 2, 1911 with the result that we have ceased;i to regalia they might feel disposed: to the people generally to the fact that the order, as ,stated above, has gone another handsome and costly building
W. B. Harris-Dear Sir : Enclosed I think of the possibility of a failure of weai* will b6 of the same colors. The the grand parade will' take place on forth, and in fut.urttr city will be I be.added to the list that I. making for

. .: .' c find postoffice order. for one dollar to, any enterprise they undertake, therefore very novelty of a crowd of:old soldiersin Tuesday at 1 p. m., and,it will form on lighted throughout thenight, and our .Kisiimmee the name of being the most'
6":: March, 17, 1911.. , '.when the ladies of the Catholic annual parade being led by a troop Broadway near the' Christian"church, property safe from destructfon* fire.' Substantially built city in the state .
,, .4 I have' read the paper w'ltheat: ln faith announced that they would,serve H>f' young ladies' has occasioned much and will march south on BroadwaY' to And Kissimmee .has. climbed upotvan-

terest and handed Itto; others to read. lunch on the' vacant lot next to: the favorable comment since It became Emmett street, and west On Emmett other rung of the ladder that will leadit :

49icl ,il expect to come to. Florida next fall office of J, :li. Willson; Jr., on Tuesday known that.. such a feature. had been street to the court house,. where Hon. to the place as the metropolis of Inland MR.W.WUUMS. _
to make it my home, for I am. tired of and Wednesday of next week to the vast Inserted in the"program. -' C. A. Carson will deliver the address_ I Florida, ,. 1 : --....-- ':

this. cold clime:'- hosts of peopl! Who, will b,?' here in The following ladies compose the I of welcome) and lIon. T. M. Murphywill Of Youngstown., 0., Read the ,Valley

: I thank y< u for your kindness attendance upon the State G. A. R. encampment troop: Geo; F.'Parker grand marshal; I deliver the keys of the city to the IN KISSJMMEE, JOO, Gazette'- -- nd Is Here, ,
Yours respectfully, we know that no one need Mrs Dr. Blanchard, assistant marshal; : department commander. The "camp. I,

.I : R. E. NORWOOD. go hungry during those two days. Me dame -W. H. Norton, Ed'Donegan, fire" will take place Tuesday'night' People Are Eating New Irish Potatoes On Wednesday night Mr. \\, W.
These good ladies will serve both hot 6. M. Marsh W. A. Nelson, E. S. 7:30-o'clock: in the grounds surrounding flumes of YourigstowiT Ohio arrived '
Oswego, S. C.. Feb. 2, 1911. and cold lunch early and late, in fact, Beeland, Misses.. Hellen Jones, Susie the court' house, to which everybody is and Strawber ies. I in this city. and' on yesterday morning ,

io Mr. Harris .Dear Sir : Enclosed you throughout the two days, and will furnish Dale, Angle M akin son, Kate O'Berry, invited.: Mr.' G.tette-I noticed hi last week's came to the Valley Gazette office and ,*,

will.find one dollar. Please place it on a meal that will satisfy the most Leonora Van Duzor, Janette Lewis, Ma- Special trains between Kissimmee paper that the Graystone was enjoyingnew said, "Well. I am here, and the readIng -'
.; my snbscription to the Valley Gaiette. exacting. The money derived from rie O'Berry, Adline Donegan, Elizabeth and St. Cloud will be run as follows on potatoes from the Hunter Land of your paper: Is the cause: of my

.-,{ 4 always. look with pleasure to the time the sale of these lunches will be paid in Johnston Lillian Prentis, Sadie Bryan, Tuesday\ and Wednesday: Leave Kia- Company's colony, fifty miles south coming. .1 am here for the purpose tIlIveaUgatlllg
i when it arrives. You are surely doing to the fund being created to build a Grace Graves, Julia Ashton, Ruby Pre- simmee 6:20 a. m., 10 a. m.2 p. m., I thought It meant to imply that Kis the'.torin you have been

Osceola county .a great!, deal of good. church in this city, and they I should receive vatt, Mattie Stanford, Elma ,Smith, 4:30: p. m. and 11 p. m., returning as simmee was fifty miles too far north to printing, and ifI And them true I see

with such up-to-date paper.- the most.,liberal patronage, as Florence Eley, Florrie Sharp Ella May soon as transfer of passengers can be produce'potatoes January. Now, as no reason why myself and many other
Wishing you\ success. this cause\ for which they are laboring Wallace, Mildred Lee, Jennie Sterry. made. people In Ohio borne
_____ _ _ _1-, I am just a little proud of the possibilities i my should not
Yours truly, is a most noble one. NOTlAtI: members of The Lady of Kissimmee, I wish to tell you make our homes in this! section.", ..,. '.
/ S. BURROWS. It is more than probable that as soon Troop wtyl meet in ,front of the courthouse RIPLTOMATOLSAre' : that,we' are enjoying eat.JIIg'new potatoes : Our reply to th* gentleman was that

as it becomes known that these ladies at. 12:30:: p. m., February 14th, ---'" from our own garden and have nothing appeared In the Valley Gazette
1L. #"" Cherokee, Iowa, Feb. 3, 1911. will serve lunches on those days, aja'ge mounted and fully decorated, ready to- Now the' Vines at Kissim been; for Iwo weeks past; 'also' straw*] that was not first ,verified and that h.
Kissimmee Valley Gazette. number of Kiasimmea housewives will march to place where parade begins. on ,' berries, luscious and sweet Hunter, would. find conditions-as.1 good or better-

I ii'. .Dear Sir-Today I send you draft for invite their husbands to forego comirij GEO. F. PARKER, mee Park. land is all tight, but not one whit ahead than we. had claimed/ but we desired ,.
: II to pay for paper to Oct. 15 1911. home to dinner and join.them at that Grand Marshal. We had the yesterday of him to make a thorough.Inspection: and
pleasure
4 of
By that time we hope to be buck to particular lunch counter, especially 00 The railroads have granted very low seeing a bal f dozen large ripe tomatoes Kissimmee.MRS.. ' ion. VAN Duzon.-; Investigation of our soil, oa.p.op--, ,

4 that beautiful country where we can Tuesday, when the grand parade takes excursion rates for this occasion, tick- which were grown at Kissimmee Park. ou'r school facilities, oar healthful conditions .

get out and get the sunshine shut In all from the place. __ 1 eta going on, sale on the morning of the Mr. J. E. Mattocks, the genial isles SISWCARLOTTAState : the purity of 'our artesian;' 1 '
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und. Here
c year r we are 13th, and hundreds of old soldiers and water, in fact of everything about oar
i of the
t. October until April the,weather being THE BAND ONCERT agent property in the, Park, '
their families throughout the state are city.and county, and we felt conftdenthat :
states that these : ,
tomatoes :
are a second of the U. D. C Visits
.. so cold. Yours with respect, ----.,; I Come Regent , he would be numbered
expected to here and join with crop from the same vine.*, the first among Kissimmee's -
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On Tuesday Night a Most .Pro.flOLUf their comrades hi'their' annual c lebratlon. crop having been gathered In Decem I :Our Qty and Delivers a Lecture. i permanent','.residents'before)

TWO LARGE RADIS"fS The state Is now overflowing ber. The fact that ripe'tomatoes are: __Sifllr Esther Carlotta, State Regent the year'ended." Mr:;Humes expressed .
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:: ---- with'tonxjstafrom the North and West, on t.he-.ylnes l in KI..Inmee-: hrlc-at-the of the_ United Daughters of, the Confederacy I himself v as exceedingly: well pleased J
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-: Tuesday night .was the time set for many of whom are, looking around for present time Is evidence that frost seldom. spent a part"of last week loKissimmee. ] with what he has'seen' here 10 far,.especiallythe ]
< One Wtigjrs 10 1-2 pounds\ and llje the formal dedication., the'band stand 'a, place to locate permanently, and If ever, visits that favored Oti I It is a privilege to have climate, 'which; be said,.

f Other 5 1-4 Pounds. on Broadway by the brass band, and jnany-pf them ,will,''take advantage of for the vines are as tender ani 9'81'-1 this gifted and charming Woman In our surpassed any he, had lAnd ever. hoped. ,to en- > "
: when the' hour 7:30, arrived It looked as these/low rates to come and investigate table grown and .there, were a few I midst, and While here she was of great joy. 'i' : ':., .[t,
t't Capt. IL M. Breaker weighs con-' though the,whole of our population was the advantages' and opportunities this, days in the early winter when 'the cold assistance to the Will Bryan chapterin again hu"the ,'wisdom'of" the . "i"\:\

:. siderable number 9f pounds himself congregated in thai1 neighborhood. city and county have to offer, nipped nearly all tender plants, even afar their work. County Commissioners been demonstrated -, ;
L and therefore he believes in producing\ After the band had rendered one of I The school children! 'six hundred south as Key West, Her pubh address in the School In sending eight hundred copies .
.. big things, but we hardly expectodTne the popular) airs, Mayor T. M. Murphy' strong, will be ,in the parade, which Auditorium on Thursday night was of this paper to the North and.West. \
would.reach out in, his gardening exploits made: brief, address accepting the will not only add greatly to Its grandeur. thoroughly enjoyed by those who were
. until he had radishes as stand on behalf of .the city' from its and THE GRAYSTONEN "
grown : beauty impressiveness, but will be fortunate tp be present. She is an easy Chapter House Invites Visitors.
'f big as a small boy's body.and'wlI were donor, Mr. C. W.* Ward, after which a. conclusive: proof to those who wore graceful speaker, full of her 'subject.Her The
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, : forced to admit our surprise when on the bald gave concert, the programof the blue that we have nothing but I One of the Most Palatial and great familiarity with the trying Woman's members of the. American
,, yesterday he brought to the Valley Ga- which appeared in last week's issue, friendship In our hearts for.them, and times of the early '60s, enabled her to League are pleased to announce ,]
.- ..:. sette office two radishes, one with th. in a moat artistic; and skillful manner. I that we are glad to have them with us, Modern Hotels in Florida. furnish\ very useful information. that the doors of the new Chap

'_I 1;.: I top still on'It weighing 10) pounds and A description of the band stand has I and feel ourselves honored by their Kissinuaee can boast of many grand On Friday afternoon a reception in tar House will be open during- the' '
the other a Black Spanish weighing been printed in this on a formeroccasion4. G. A. R. encampment, and a cordial, ,'
paper presence. and good things, and it can be truth her honor was held at the residence of '
.- 5J pounds without the top. I ,. therefore we merely, state The committee of arrangements desire fully said that here one finds.more advantages Mrs.. N. C. Bryan quite a ,large number welcome extended to the G. A. R. .c 't,
I ';:; 1 ,Captain Breaker says he planted that no town In' Florida can boast of to impress upon all who visit our and opportunities than at of the U. D. C.'a attended and women, and all visiting women,hi T Kis ,

'the.. radishes. some time during NW one aa fine or one which la more approciated -' city on that occasion the 'necessity ofgoing any other place in Florida...but there is thoroughly enjoyed the company of this simmee.' -j. ,f
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: vember i and that not an ounce of com- by' the townspeople. The band,' to headquarters, which will| be in one particular feature wherein Kissim. gifted woman. She took occasion to Mr. and Mrs. C.'-: A. Allen and, .U .'"V: ,
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, ......rcJaI! fertilizer was used in their cul- aa usual, acquitted themselves In highly the r,
a Graystone
immediately upon arrival mee excels by a hundred per cent any instruct them on quite a few things and Mrs. C. K. Bamhardt of Pittaborg.' '
. .c ,Uvtiaei.but_ that during last summer creditable) manner, and .it. will be and register, their.names, when other city its size in the,stato and is pertaining-to their work. All went Pa.. who are spending the winter here;
, '- -- -. .aeatt.red a am"ll.amount of stable only a short time until there will not Mr. C..L.-Bandy, assisted by a corps of not excelled by any commercial town away greatly pleased with the after left Monday on a short pleasure trip to,' ,

r. :\.:;".Ai..' ,,' man\1re over the ground. ',TheCap-, be one. in 'the state Its- superior. young men,' will, see that all..are pro having five times its population, and noon's entertainment.! Tampa. '' *,...' ,

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c1, 1 'h Commander.. Doop's family left for Harrisom & Morgan, The plans l rUle Klesiplnnee. Fla., Feb. 7, 191>. .f Council of the .CIty resolved of Kissimmee by.tho City thatan .\. .r I. l'J .
The Council' met in regular session, "
,their Iiome-ii Minnesota last"Sunday.The structure were draWn by.Architect ,. .;
| all-night service be placed orf said \ .
r r 14., 'H. Harmon, ..formerly, of Beverly?; there being present T. M,Rivers, pres-' plant that the cost /. I. '., \ 1
; ; : off.running same -. ,
ident J. M. Hansell W. J. Sears, W. .. .
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on' who has been successful ; c .
Mass. quite I I'
Social"
.DIme ,
given Tufuday; as stated in resolution -' .
virtually not
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B. Maklnson/ 1.: C. Mood: J, R. ,'
,afternoon by the Ladies' Aid S& iely In'St. Cloud. being increased by "said !.-night.ser. / ; ,
Gilbert cIerI:. .
ofth'e Uburch ,

k was, a splendid Livingston'success Memorial. : Andrew B. I. died January 31t( The minutes of the lest I meetingwere vice.After reading said resolutionon -f:l. ( r t ..
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1i 1911 at the home of his parents on Misavenue read and approved.. Reports of officers
.. -- I II 'motion, Blame was unanimously adopted.
Tenth'and examined and Bills frzy .
were approved.
between
Mrs. Krape wife of Dr. Krape. was Hour! The flowing communication'was -
Eleventhh IItr ...ts.Ie/ had been ailing!\! were approved and ordered paid as follows
r hostess at a delightful affair, Friday I presented to Council by the Electric-
time with his little teeth. lit : ; '
Bdme !
aftes'iw4last) from) 3 to 5 o'clock. ? h Light committee. ,/ .
Had M M'in'liy.' rat 1 an mayor)! 10 0" I 4
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1 brave little and
was a darling, a IT
r' fi About fifty of the leading ladies x>f St J MI,.I'hatter.al/ at lII"rob 1 roO tin "To the members of the City. Council. L
smile for all till about three days before I A FdRM N FLQRH7R -
l I9000NT ,
y I
Cloud were present J Mi Phil'''''''. runt 11'0 KiHgimmee, Fie

II :::...... .. t. 'I his death; he wan then too great a J Mc-IMialK-r.\ feel Mil/ .17611 I "We, the undersigned members o7 I -- ..
sufferer notice anyone but K A .al .. ixilfco 'U .
matnn'of'tht.; to mamma KnyAcr.! (JOn
..Mrs. Squires, worthy I the Electric Light committee, do most I
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A li'yilW.
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and '. flat tiujxiiilitlu COWM (IUII L.AIB'
i fI Eastern Sjtar lodge entertained the papa. .--=- / Wi.liamx\. ml .H pollen 'A) tai| respectfully report that we have securedthe 'FISH

members -of the order at her home on J /(010..0011..1| ao t dean, . .7000:! services Of W. A. Joiner for( the

I Pennsylvania avenue on Tuesday ever?- The "Jolty Ten" gave another of I J K 'W..rl. A.I an clerk .. a 3'. 0(1 enjuing year at a salary of $115vOO I

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their birtlftuy 'r..1
Ingat a'reception from 8 to .10 o'clock. popular( parties Sqtur- McL.sghbn drayage I' pep month and Mr. Kero Johnson ': wr
t day. January 2 ;, at the home of Mr. WCMorrl..I..bor.. . . 60 }
\' 'innVhlitin.' 'lalmr .. XI I a salary of $S*.00 per: month. We have ,
Relief K. Widrig, at .Michigan avenue and l
The Woman's Corps" Is arranging *l aynr'a ri>u rt, ulinemi feea 'i ro Q) employed these gentlemen for a year I FAIl' .
Twelfth( street. The members met at ,
.1 I V 'U..r. auTHHK' nick\ 4.t (HiFriiiernliv
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from the 7th of I
bra campfire. to be jfiven Wednesday day February, becauseof .
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2 o'clock with well-filled baskets from Hall rent to !'.h. i . Id no I
evening February 15. Mrs. Harris, KU11T(1e . .. the fact that both of them gave up
t which wa.served a djirnty; threecourseluncheon | Iioiu'pllon0rent I'0 I )) 1 ,
National'Pr... id.t. of the W. It. C. i, the committee Mrs. Jell- | W A C' 'ro'o. nulnerhy, 1 111, IHwitions' that they had held for years ") ..
by ,
who be pr..aentlnd\ will make an-nti--! ; I 11 C '......t..I. inilMi ally . . '' 70 ; to accept the present portions and we I f h .. .
KkPlielpsi and Mrs. Minnie Wright{/ '
W Makfnson ( nulaui .. \
'u. Ity :
;.1 dress, as well aft other noted Kn'aker|, >i. 0- tell, after a full investigation of their .
The afternoon' and, evt'iiing were plea A 1 I.. \'.11.*> Gl4ZeitO,.rintiliK b. l L.i \.
Miss Ettina Jtinkle is the chairman of . ability, that it was only fair la give )
r antly s|>ent itr social conversation and j printing ]14 VI4IHIIHJ1M j
the campfire committee and is planning/ H 1\ them employment for a y..ar. I
< ("It r1I11.1'] I 1Ii: I .
story tellifig. TIe: guest of honor wan j \
l en elaborate. '''1_ l.uIIII..r ('..11".1",11' SaC "Kespectfully submitted
program. :
Eliza Hogg. At the close of thevin- .
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II lliiimi-11]), lahur 2 1 '4H > "W. J. Sears Cllr. ; '.
ing the party' went in a body to visit I V\ \\,'a rat un.r I..II'I..IUI". ] r V 'MI "
Mrs.Hyre and'Miss' N'va Large left their absent 1 member 1\1 n. Daughcrty, 0', ...18 lUlw Ci.. IIKHLI. | any, 1 11I : W "J. M. lIal1"l'II.! I

for their home in Missouri on. Tuesday. who. is suffering from a dislocated I M HaiiNrll]), ..1! tH nlilrrniaii/ / pt (mV < "W. B- Makinson ,,I.p
b \ M MllkltlMOtl." 11.10.I nlflt'rillHIl. 7lIe 1 , "Committee. I
in Mrs.
Serious illness Hyre's immediate -
hlioulder." Mr". Wnlrig \Has the recipient -
\ Jt''II.Ir.xa'' ntt eldcnnn< 4 flU This 674 located midway
contains acres
r--t h and her daughtctback After reading above report on property
family.callei) r or 111"\ pri-tty' and useful gifts, ll J -varrol| n> alilcriiian ,11(1 I .!rpo- I

home. Mrs. ]lyre: was one of the also many beautiful| birthday cards. T M I Km. I IH. ..1... aMiTiiinn 4 ,mi,,1 i j tion, it was so ordered .that the I'rl'si-'I between two; good towns and will be located on hard marl

I first ladies! to arrive in St. Cloud! andy Mute Hunk of Klff, In tn >>t wae'.ilt ji> e. I dent ol the Council sign contract with road entN\* length of farm :-has 'a mile of lake front on opposite -

i she will be greatly missed. No gathering J / Holo'rho". unUm' pil\ C..r.t t work no C. purlieu' employed as stated in report, I
We to ;learn of the illness side: has same fine hammock'lanD., as good for
regret serious D Kuliiiulo for ',
{ nrtler pod' Nlrel't woo II 4 M I I
Mrs.I of Said
complete without Hyre: covering a period one
was of D,'. H. ]H, Taylor at the homeof l) hot utlo; wal MriN-t work Vi '1.41 I IJJ year. I citrus frjits as can bs found in the state : more than half (
r she; was the first in everything that 1 : ,,', I IKi.v contract attested by clerk and copy I
t. C. II. Estey, on Carolina linnImllcJitlK' "- 'r .V IllllliK' Ill was for the .betterment of St Cloud. avenue.In JohIINell.4I. Marmot water ,jtlmit .m, ,let : filed in clerk's office.Communication . the farm is fine prairie'muck., very rich and productive.
last
September the doctor.reccivedInjuries I
1' She was organist for thJ Veterans' W KlIlH. work .10 Iliiali lank H; ,(' received from Dr. i Perhaps one-third of the place is pine timber land of good (
by a fall from a building from (>s< CI lift. lltlw Co. mill I *
tHinnK| | nmtrrml' '411.4
Association superintendent of the Sunday the effects of w hu'h' he has never, fully TinA"lie/ IMKllifouint r u ,,,.,,,It'\'lalll 1':1 j D. M. Breaker remesenting property quality: best grass farm, in Florida. About one hundred f F\

r school church organist and loading recovered Jiut felt: that he .was improving 'I( IM- Fred, ril l Dl.mfn l hint C" ill lnli-i t II.! i.'. | owners. near Summer street, asking I bearing orange trees and fine lot of hammock land ready I i i iI

j soprano singer she was always at her .R ape" ::111.11"10:111111. fiRl It. avenger I 00 ,Io, I that Council have said street graded, I
sluwly until 'iUile| recently.; Wednesday I for planting to tree. Can be bought at bargain price, on r
pout. Resolution were adopted in the KeirIHiljretl, 1111'/ an ,rsPrugtr >(") 'INI' and .drained. Said request| I .
mO'r'llIlj l last he had an/ attack HCarnun w/A1r11rEI.P| : 2I I'. l."l.J moon favorable terms of payment. J 1
I, Sunday school l on Sunday morning. re- 1 was, on referred to the Street ; ffWe
..vertigo, winchIrft him weak and K: Wlul.-n WKxl for K I. f ''. '>.'> j jc
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Ifrettrng her departure.' prostrate. ; another attack on TJIUHl ,
alter /lli>\\anl. wixxl. 6'r I V. I. P 1117C \ a. The chairman of the Street committed _
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R Friday, February 1 17th will be the morning more severe than the first, B !lI.n..ll. .....,! for. K I-T l.'l MiI 1 was instructed. to make arrangements -____ i'I
still further him and for
f prostrated a I I C Wolfr. ,kr.r1 H /.1'\
heavenly birthday of Francis Willard III I'TI 1 to get: marl sufficient) to repair I :
time it looked as though he was goingto *- KGnrdnFtin., \\ork 'Hi I I t )
dI 9' and will be celebrated in G. A. R. Hall ? streets.Moved. .
be mustered) .Tatneti Hmklt'K, ]line. work > I -
o.ut. but under the influence 61'1( | I
by the local Woman's Christian Tem: pf heart tonics and stimulants V H E11 iN. lint-MurL I. tl.at from J A. Lancaster'sstore I also have a three-acre orarce grove inside the i

1 perance" Union with an-elaborate program /Henry YnlcH. !line work. .1 1 2"j to Waters '& Carson GroceryCompany's city limits with seven-room house, owned by non-resident i
.he rallied and at the
writing
present
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n as follows : D Aruol'l line wink J J > < be! designated as Ward No. I who says "SELL !" <. \ /
seems in a fair way to regain in part Will rXutili, hue work 7. .
t Hymn-The Crusade Glory Song I 1 ; that North Kissimmee bedesignated. I . f
at least, his lost strength.The John Carroll, line Murk ..' ..&
h f . . . . . . Congregation I i.eo K 1 t-emloiif. drayage l 14., as Wart] No.2; South Kissirnmee as j I ., 1
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Scripture Reading Mrs. G..W. Woodard Win Di'lS:' .nl 00 fireman lial 4i (Kl, Ward No. 3. In case of lire -Ward

Prayer . Rev Mr. Rogers -New St. Cloud was the scene j It Uilbcrt.' Mil an K: /1.rolli'dur/ 45 Ill i No.1. by one long blast followed bjj:; I (
last of the j II (itlbcrl., freight anil nlani '. j I
night one of most successfuland |i'I Liti. 1 1 .
Singing-Onward We Are Marching: short blast; Ward No. 2 two long
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i. K Porter, bal .,,1 a.. siiit| E L I' I 'i \V> '
. . . . . . L. T. L. enjoyable dances ever held 1 at that short blasts Ward
W A Jollier Hal I'nlnr" aupl K I. /1' ST SO blasts followed by ; I I We have forty-acre farm quarter of a mile from railway - I

Remark, the President popular hostelry. The affair Was under Oireoln Iii .-.. 1.,, fur E 1. I* 3 ]long blasts followed 1 :
,-by w ( " 11M -by tb.ree, : by I station. half of a quarter from school and church good
\. Mrs. J. B. Westcott the management of Messrs. N. I.. Edwards Roan (jrav.*i. mrlfi. tor I' 1. I I' 4 4n short blasts, and that the auperant..nd.I I
'b and Henry Robertson than W B M.kiiiM>n < v, iniloe for. E I I. P 1 MI four-room house sufficient oranges for family use; good ,
I Biographical! Sketch . .Mrs. Battle ent of the electric light plant be governed '
Edith: Westcott whom we havenone more capable of I''ruin 0'$< rry Holler Co, miW for K I. I' I !() Motion carried. t ; trucking and fruit land. Price $1] 6OO. I 4 i iI
Poem.
t \ Uen Elrrlrle Co mint. for K L, P 40 'It accordingly.
I
e Tribute to Frances E. Willard conducting select receptions and dance I Florida\ Electric Co nnln (for E 1. P . .<_ 4'K '> There being no further business the I I Ii i

The ballroom presented a brilliant sight (J Meek ago, ins ELI- and b"ile-3 I U'l ><:. '; I
....... . A, u ._Mrs. Della March Council adjourned to .meet Tuesday J ,

' Oricinal Poem \. . ... . -Mr. J. Bride'S the rays' from the myriads of electric The treasurer reported as follows for February 14th, at 7:30: p.m. '. i

.The Memorlai'Fun .Mrs. J. Hamilton'u 4;'' globes- bringing Into strong contrast the month of January, A.;D. 1911 : T. M. Rivers, -Presid nt. -! ... '
handsome costumes of the ladies with ; "vi i:." ; ; '; ., 'i.j; \ ,.. . ,, . ; :. I Ij
Poem Frances E, Willard.! .Mrs. Addis ) rUNoi:, .' ' J, R. Gilbert Clerk \ itt : \ ; "
' B.AVegtcottJi I the evening dress"of the gentleman; OENEBAt. !, .... ':\j! ;} f '},: : jl "''I..! I 1.." .,,. "i;' I&; II(,'; ()\.( I\i; .;;;.rf..7'\/i"l'i"( \/: : t ,
Addres.Jh"t4td.Re'} ; ? T. balance from but !",-"/.. $ SOB t>8To Vr F .& 'MWe' haveJtwo otherforty-acre.iarmsLWitn 'sufficiei ,'
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I ,' | Music :was. furnished by Newell's'or- amt. Irvin Tai C report. roToamt.lromClcrk. :'" 1
f \ > 1 Collection ;Doxology Benediction. | f.16., i i MnnfllWllffllTrlMr-i f n : \ ; :\ [OUR 'MAN-BIRDS > 1141 s '.
improvements egirTbusriess! for prices
chestra from Orlando and there were ; a' .,'. 6100 :. : ;: IA .+A1t.sale, at. bargain! I
To amt from Tax Collector IfiO 70 'w y tl*ra aMTVnF.AIIwGif7r.and . .
about thirty-five from o'n favorable of payment: .
guests present term?
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of their ,
'he W. C. T. U. held another To amt from Martbal' Ml Co \
Kissimmee, out of a totaf attendance of !
popular silver-medal contest on Friday Will Fly in the Great Tampa Census
Total I
1875 ;; I
w i(. evening last in G. A. R. J Hall. This about sixty 'copies. Many guesta.()f By paid warrant 1013 1"1 Celebration.The I I'
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the hotel interested - -
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B- : contest called "Mat n's Con- ,1 were spectators.The
was a .To balance on hand .1 :IWll ViI great two weeks' Census Cele
test" and wad a splendid succes* from its STRUT PUN D.
bration marking the tremendous increaseof
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beginning to ending. Mrs. J. B. West progressive medley party given To b.ianec from last report ale 2112U4 .
for the junior league their To amount from Tax Collector/ U7 143.2 per cent. in Tampa's population, We have three acres fine trucking land with five-
by
TBUperir1
cott, the local president of the W. C. -
1 tendent Mrs. J. B Westcott To amount from Clu'k' 42 00 for which preparation. have been going room house inside city limits for $1800. favorable terms.
T U., presided, and Mrs. Hyre, had on Thursday on during the pastthree-: months, will
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r' evening last in G. A. Total t 362; :20scaoot.
of the musical of the R. hall was
'I ; charge part program 11th .' .
I FUND open up next Satnrday, February '
a delightful affair It was a "small)
; Comrade Lynch, Mrs. Whipple To balance from laat report f :M W\ under auspices that bid fair to make it I 1

g r' and Mrs. DaRatt, were!; the judges; I and early, and was from 7 to 9:30: p. To amount from. Tai Collector 4? 31 the most noteworthy and attractive I ,

(* Mrs. Dr. Heard, Mrs. J. Hamilton m. The children and young 'people By balance). . I t 83 67) event of its kind ever attempted in the i

V-1 Mr. Hoffman Mrs. Edward Addis, j II were delighted as their continued mer- KLKCTRIC lion FUND. .

t 'Mr*. Bride and Mrs. Cawkins were the '' riment attested Games of all aorta To balance from bat repOrt' t 11'v/ South. of'the unusual We have fine trucking land in five and ten-acre ,I
In
..contestant*. Each one of the speakers were'.participated in and thoroughly To amount from B. L. Collector 116J 'l'.l appreciation offered Floridian attractions tracts, best of soil with artesian wells guaranteed on terms -;
which will be to
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;1. did magnificently, and it was hard to enjoyed. The ages of those present Total $1042 32 iike paying rent. - :>
of
I'I during the fortnight, composed mon-
t ':' determine which one of them had won were from the youngest, who had just By paid warrant .. . 1040 Ie I ..
,1, ster festivals, all of the 'railroad and
fb ,! the medal. The judge were out quite passed his fourth birthday, to the eld- To balance)on hand . .- . I >S> 1. companies in the state have I :
steamship
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eat, who had' IISt celebrated his KAMITAS.Y FUND. 1 -
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time and seventy- --- -- -
a long finally returned and -
announced fare from all in
half points
..1 I To balance from laat report t 70 tot
second. The older acted
announced that Mn. Cawkins had guests a* hosts
To amount from Marabal 85 40 Florida to Tampa, commencing February !
lilte Mr. Westcott then called Mn.C".klna 'and enjoyed their several parts. well
.won Amount from Tax Co'lector 47 SII 10th and continuing until the 25th

I to the platform and in a neat I! as the younger element. At the clone, Total .. 203 28 of this month. We have a number of orange groves and can suit

+ Jlttle. speech presented the medal on of the games, delicious refreshments By paid warrant. 180 W The programme which has been com any reasonable minded man who mean business. .

$ Ubalf of the W. C.' T. U. While the were served. To balance/ 2T pleted for this year's celebration exceeds .'

f judges were making their decision Miss f WATKK AND, ) SEWEK FIND) in magnitude and! attractivenessthat

Edith Jerfhea Westcott was called to Comrade F. B. Rabbins, residing it balance frog laat report I3fi; S7 of any previous fair or celebration
I To from Clerk for 10 E porter) 'JttS 00
amount ( .
i ,th.-- latform'- and recited in splendid f the corner of Minnesota avenue and To amount from Key Johoaon, aopt 72 00 ever held in Tampa, and is sure to attract I ,

form<; "The Tramp" and by request, Eighth street was painfully and perhaps I I a banner crowd of amusement .

f' r r Mrs. Westcott gave one of her celebrated fatally injured near the corner of Total By paid warnat.. . ta71t 1311I 457 8011 seeker from all points in Florida and We have some beautiful concrete bungalows for sale !

readings, Mrs. Westcott has Kentucky avenue and Ninth stre'et on -, the Southern State The chance to on favorable terms. ;
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given this particular election over five Wednesday last The' accident was a 1 PO'Ma.I .witness the danng: performances some \

f hundred time -in all parts of the coun peculiar one. Comrade Bobbins was To balaoce from laat jvportcamrrKBT t 19! IO! of the most renowned aviation experts I -It .

try. The beautiful floral decorations seated on a wagon loaded with baled I POND.Tobab in the world will prove one of the great. --- ---

i \ were the work of Mr*. Flora Cox surAerintendent hay. An automobile belonging to.Mr. from Vut report------------ I1SS 61 est drawing cards of the celebration.For .

of flower missions of the H. C. Stanford of Kissimmee, and in J. Z. ROBERSON, Treasurer. four days commencing Fobruary !
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i local W.: C. T. U. \ 1{ which that gentleman was seated, 'A Committee representing the Oar. 19th such well-known man-birds aa We solicit corresoondence and are in the market to

passed the wagon and frightened (the pent.n' Union, met with: ; the Council McCurdy, Ward, Poet and Beechey will please; come let us SHOW you. .

.'A 4 ITEMS Of INTEREST HIPPED horses attached thereto. Comrade Rob-: and asked that they take proper action give exhibitions in the clouds and risk -..

'' I bins ,attempted to quiet the animals, regard{ to assessing license against their lives in the attempt to carry off .'

_ : I FROM THE ST. CLOUD TRIBUNE i but they became fractious and started all contractor and carpenters. The the Census Celohr&tipn trophies.The .

t to run away. Realizing that he could same. upm motion, was referred tocity Eighth/ division of the United

'This issue of the Tribune, as well, as I not control the animals, Comrade Rob- attorney as to proper procedure States torpedo flotilla' has been orderedto

r- that of last week) was from our new bins rolled or jumped from his seat. relating to license, and to confer with Tampa and those who attend the J _

? ,i' Cottrell Triumph press, one of the : As he did so a bale of hay fell upon I Ii said committee regarding' same. Census Celebration will witness the !

' latest improved machines built and i him, pinning 'him to the ground. It. On motion tlot superintendent, of the maneuvers of this, the most interesting" Nelson '

4 with an enviable reputation for the II was the great ,weight of this, falling I.electric light plant was instructed to division of Uncle Sam's Navy. Realty t

I production of the higheot grade work. from a height, that resulted in one I place lights on the court house grounds Many of the South's motorcycle races -

I brokeftjleg; fracturing of the other and for benefit G. A. R.\1 Encampment.The will participate in the three days motor- 1i

The ladies of the Christian church of | internal injuries tba- extent of Whichis clerk was instructed to write the cycle contest which will be held 'In Company

"t KisBimmec presented their successful not yet known., Southeastern Tariff Association that Tampa during the Census Celebration. .

farce 'The ::;Spinsters' Return, at G. I I -- -- the city was .teady' to 'meet requirements Riders from Georgia Alabama and i .

A. R. hall Tuesday night the local Fuel\ .In Anoint Rom. relating: to reduction in insurance Florida will compete for $600.00 in cash 41
of Rebeltahs : the benefit The fuel of the anclqnt Romans was" Over Citizens Bank:
lodge receiving rates, and respectfully ask that representatives prizes on February 15th 16th and. 17th.
1 .1t. f'' of a portion of the receipts. almost exclusively charcoal.. Thiswtt be immediately; sent to meet -- -- Kissimmee .
# 4a burned in opep pan without'grate or Llarfn'n9 Rods In Pruiaia. Florida
i..1" flue and gar economical heat tor living with Council. .
i "f. c+'' ,I"1 ?\ 'The new business building being con- 'rooms UHl.batha.! The Inconvenience The "following resolutien**>ras introduced In Before Prussia lightning permits ro4la'have can to be be erected secured! I

', i, : ; "v strutted at the-corner, of New York of chimney was avoided arid by- chairman! of Electric. / Light from the police.

try -j, avenue and Eleventh street tor the J. the heat. could b*> easily I 'regulated.__ committee and read ; ..,.-...... --- - r.A .

r ?; T.'Fame Company, ie 1 'being'rapidly, Large desk blotter Jor Bale at this "Whereas the City of Kissimmee has Old; ,,,paper, for sale fat this office

kl t' Pa.hedYby 'the hurtling contractor. office for 10 cent. ... installed a waterworks,Jyatem, and to 20 cent. a hundred.

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I',' ""I Importance of the Pecan?

' RESUBbtVISION, of LOTS 3 and- 40 of-the .

p FLO IDA, LAND& IMP OVEMENT' COMPANY'S ,

b and CropsBy ", Addition '" f
Diversified -Kisshttuue:: .
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Running exclusively to line: line has adaptability to several purX ,.i I' i: asotn "

drawbacks! well as advantages'! in Within the .past few years it hat 'n, ,' . ,- 2 l-< 4, 3.2

/" : agricultural pursuits as well aa in some addition to its ',uses as a dessert beta: 'i[ ._ .__- : : : _.: '. _u _.' _:, , .. ,

\ [ ESTATE[ other vocations. .If conditions a any ,recognized' aa'f.a,rnost desirable ingredl.s!| : :- r,. .- ,. ,: '. I,
timeare unfavorable we.)1.) lie on ent for pastry and confections' various ]1''A" "
part of tiie eggs In thews'/ kinds. \ : .

.... ,\, l.. , .. \yant to dwell particularly I the The first planting carefully consummated -I. t.j 6 5. . "S-.'" -
,-.. pecan nut tree. 1 have received sevet I the.pecan necessitates comparatively .c .I .
"' letters asking me about this tree ana little care: and attention, as-It MotuI .

. 4..., its Value, Iso will*'give the Gazette the grows.and thrives} like a wlJ -forest I: 8 'l. 8 'l t1 I W
f '; =IS MYBUSINESS= benefit of./ny knowledge\ of* same and 1 tree.'. Che' acreage devoted to pecan J xti

let, it do the good work. culture IjTKjt thereby rendered, unavail < SWASEY ST t;
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'FoodValue., --Few people realize\ the able fof the growth, of other J>lant life. --r Z d
importance bf.Kthe pecan nut is a staple at all times among thVtrees, particular I *l

"("article of food; Sand still fewer give any Ily those of the s..variety." A tI
serious-thought to the latent potentiality fine and paying combinations. cachesused I S 4 3 4.A'I
in its culture as a profitable commercial as fillers between the treeifc TIle Id)

undertaking.: .,The thinking few peach tree produces quickly and a very I :

to whom its possibilities were made \ profitable crop. The pecan tree should I l\\ '
I
apparent by direct contact have attempted never be planted less than forty feet G I
I vainly to create a supply sufficient to apart for best results, which distance I SoLD t) $ T 6 6

:( AND meet the constantly increasing demand will give" twenty-seven trees to the a:z.8.OD -

It is to this view to bringing a greater acre'if..planted on the square. If planted -\ 14&15 7.i.125,12 ot 7a.tt 7514 75.197L12 '

.. T j number of people to understand the on the hexagonal plan gives thirty !! HILL sr. : '
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significance of pecan culture that a trees to the'acre. Some planters plant)I -, -----;----- -._ _, -=", ..

series of investigations: were made to I more thin forty feet apart, but it is These are some,of the most desirable combination) building and vegetable

determine the actual life-sustaining': for tlft! purpose of having more groundto lots within the4y limitar- Situated in a desirable.* I location and having flowing.
I HAVEBARGAINS properties of the nut. ; utilize for other products. In plant- wells surrounding them !y

Upon the fat contained in a nut de- i ing the pecan and peach the cow pea "
H EDMUND 'SWABEY -
214 Broadway
Phone Agt.
pondits nutritive qualities, and by or Home other legume will be of great ,

t'ornpausnn the pecan stands pre-emi : benefit to the trees for their capability ;: :
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nent. Of the nuts most Widely recognized gf absorbing nitrogen from the air, J I "

comrm-rciajly I the pecan' ill richer and when plowed under contributes to I I II

in fat 15 per cent than the ordinaryBpecifs I the soil/ ) as !great; amount' of nutriment I .
of walnut It icnlains 'I. ,percent an they require in their growth. H.4

more fat than the tilbi'rt.: '1U: |per The fixed value of the !pecan tree as \ ROSS GRAVES

; cent more than the canralul; !". |percent ,based on UK Several commercial qualities -

ii frior lliun the Hliixmti. and 21! ,. IH ten t times its yielding!; value an 1 "CARRIES A COMPLETE. STOCK OF ,

J percent, or nearly one-fourth all much l aver' .. of $2.(""> an aere. The fixed i '

( alain, at< is contltim-d\ in the .peanut t.i value is rendered less liable to fluctuate : HARDWAREPAINT'S.
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These (inures mean more than Ii mere than would be the case of a tree more
d i
1 number of st.itihtiCB; They point out susceptible to diseaand less\ impervinus .
1 \' convincingly, facts thf1 slgndirxnee i , to the sharks of destruct! in. OILS rE-NCE WIRE AND STORES flfclA

i I Iot I thought will l11lttpatent. This staple value, give, thepet
whuh little
M I II sect1- I _N l> 8tI.J.: 1 TItEM AT ; XTREM ; I\' 1.OW PRICES .
I 'an an Il\1pol'tant--w-IVlmtaJ.:" over '

i{ R. D. Waring To emph.iHiy.i' tin potency of the pecan| citrus. fnut trees from the point of I BROA bi WAY. KISSIMMEE EL.6FMQAQ \ u1'

"i- a n"urii>limi; loud piixluil, it liaiKen view, of investment : It moans a saving(: ; t ...

I sli*>*\.; that fine ptMind, of IHI.IDKernelswjill of nia'nv: ,iloll.irs i '

I l supply :{..ll"ial.,iie s "e A quulnluul] t t, from an ai{ncultuialt J..ur-. ...
I nervy each (day The 1 U inenijous nal will emphiiHiie the importance of I! ...
I moment ol this stutc'ment in made r\I-ident ii the pecan to posterity as well us to the1piewent

I / Rooms 7 anKISSIMMEE JJtam Bank( Building, i when I tilt' IIOlulflll'l\< m cunfltred' penerat'ion"There;' __ ) GARAGe"
fiomfoiKl RIF F N'S
that the averngt1 man Mixtures'! are many thousands of peopleall :
consumed but :a.r.oll{ <><> calories\ of IM1' vX'hohave -
over the country neverseen '
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to MJ' loin (daily just( r>(r< calnris bc- I p3
j FLORIDA. orgy 1 any ol the; choice pecans now
\ nun'a than the paean individually can mg grown: let alone eaten any. for they i J.' J.' GRIFFIN, PROPRIETOR +w,
'Ihiu iiinpurison. is not intendI.u71p11. !' .
)
I |> are rarely sold at a price at which or- i f
,. tiv'arils, bringing ''
t d as n .iiguinent" 'lII1II'Y peisonsvHn' afford to eat them
f I latiAutthi substitution of the pecan for The line Hutuare as easily grown a\l''

wd4 :,,.1 1 1 other.. I'
si..ifiititle confirmation, of the life irfiin an indefinite, age (:.iMI( to fX( ) years) and I II ;
laming: capabilities. of the. f'>l'can. will
0 generation: after generation enjoythe i iI (
.-4 .. Nor w the .pecan's utilitI'nnfil1<"t to I -
fruit, of what we plant; thereforeplant
'j its, food. value. In the category of nt'aring I the best you can get and leave a \ REPAIR WORK OF GARAGE.E. COMPLETE IN kl

; \)( trees; it has but few equals and 'I permanent monument<; to your judg .ALL KINDS AtLlTS APPOINTMENTS I
: superiors. Its spreading _branelicesafford "
no
ment. ,

Bouthorn shady, sun, and retreat-from added to the the.delicious sultry The pecan belongs to'th l hickory; MILLER BUILDING: BROADWAY I

and in its fine, thin-shell torm'sIII !
I') coolness' its sheltering leaver and family,
I by the best authorities, considered , ., ,
,,;I 1Q branches afford, one inevitably is struck '. 1M ',' '. '" '.' ',- '. ..'
t the finest nut known to commerce, Its '
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b with its stately, ornamental bearing. :
I'i I habitat states .
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jiatural la the. Southern N' 3AssI
\ 0 With its protecting shade its aesthetic ,
r / fruitfulness ,where the soil seems peculiarly adapted
stateliness and its prolific I
\ to its profitable cultivation.l The future
it assumes by the very virtue of its ,

intrinsic qualifications a place among I'I' of possibilities Increasing of the improving supply are the illimitable.The pecan and. I CONTRACTOR and BUILDER t
treen. /I
the foremost of. our nwt-bearimj
demand' for' this tint especially in J
I At the present time the pecan is I I II
its fine forms is convincing proof of ** J -,
assuming a J position of so much consequence -I I the princely fortunes which are Within Does General I Contracting and Building and Furnishes. Esti.mates'on ,
as an orchard tree that the Structures of an size or Dimensions whether +
I the
reach of those who work
i people of the, South are daily awakening I the pursue and it be a Two-Room Cottage,or a Tourist Hotel,
: of cultivation intelligently persist
of the
0/ to the impressive importance --
'Ii tree m the horticultural wealth of their ently. The pecan has every qualification Makes "a Specialty of boring ARTESIAN WELLS
enable to become the leading
.' 0 land. And this in view of the fact that to it I in which he has met with the greatest success ;
a great majority of the pecans sold I nut of the world's market. These very of any man in FloridaGive a
i ; qualifications will bring the highest I
: 1 today in the American makets is the
. :: FOR TilE BEST BREAD IN THE WORLD i prices, and aa 'the increasing supply .
.
product of the uncultivated forest trees.The him your work and ',
,; y; The sweetest, lightest and most wholesome ease with which this hardy tree I renders thts nut more easily available, : be well and quickly done.Kissimmee. ', 1...

.' .. .. is made from Quaker City Flour. A good I lends itself to cultivation and systematic I a multiplicity of uses "or so-staple a t.::: ..
'product will be found, at present un-
fails in her when the development accentuates still more
cook baking .
nee er .. -
tJI 'convincingly the extent to -whl h it thought of. Its presett) limite4 supply n__ __.__ __ __ __ _
flour is taken from beg or barrel with the be utilized as a source food and prohibits the use of the nut in unlimited

"Qa.:.':.cr City" label-in red and blue- may quantities for the manufacture of the
the
Even experimentalcultivation
'. ov\nabcrvc. Insist on this label-it's exploitation. highest grade machine oils, butter and
as !s introduced on a comparatively Kissimmee [ lectricCo.OFFERS
. your guarantee: l, direct from the miller, insignificant scale has wrought such rare toilet soaps, as well aa confectionery : ,.,: ',
and other high-priced ediblesi Oils, ,
of First Quality flour. Improvement in the nut as to impressone I
'
04 meal and milk extracted from thfe highly AT.--'-' :
its future. Numerous
forcibly .with j
6, nutritious would gradually enter PRICES
varieties distinctive in size, flavor, pecan SPECIAL REDUCED : 1t.
"' to a great extent into culinaryuses.
and hardiness will in the not
nutriment
CITY FLOUR MILLS CO.
QUAKER A SPLENDID LINE Of i
far distant future be available to the
.r PHILADELPHIA purchasing: public. Especially are the The cultivation of- the pecan affords ELECTBIO' UONlY?

efforts of horticulture' being centered the most attractive prospects and becomes ;

: upon the development what is known 1 therefore the best possible means FIXTURES l robin CII.C(. 1 a laU AiI ,

.t.,,', (, technically- the paper-shell, an exceedingly I of investment, because : ): :
.' .-. large nut of fine flavor which 1. It is an ,exceptionally, long-lived Beaman: Building, Broadway.. I.. '!
gives promise of becoming the most' tree producing for generation. '
of all nuts for.domestic 2. It is unaffected by"-cold-, not'sus ..'''h'4
prized purposes ).
'
":'T 'J NEW CENTRAL HOTELA. supplanting abroad even the beat Persian I ceptible to disease, and less liable than - --,- i1 .Y:t,

walnuts. The inherent excellenceof \ other nut-bearing trees to the attacks OOOOOOUOOOOOOOCXX' ,C1tANFORD.I ....,-..... ""
of the usual enemies of plant life. C. A- CARSON. J.-A. B.ULUPFCK.Sccntery! .r;
G. HAMILTON. Proprietor.Kissimmee's the pecan deserves s, very large Pmldrat. VlM-PrwIdrat; ..i''r
. share of recognition, for its uses are I 3. It i. not affected by drouth or excessive '.
.,. manifold and its value undeniable.In I humidity resulting from an Unusually \ ""I,

these days, too, when the question !! wefeseason. -

and of the inheritance of posterity becomes I 4. If we turn from the dietary value KISSIMMEE LUMBER CO.
Newest of such vital moment the cultivation of I of the nut to the ornamental value of .

I the several varieties of thie,nut means the tree, we cannot but be forcibly impressed ... -xhry.:.!:

Most Up-To-Date Hotel! mu-h for succeeding: generations. It with its',value as a shade and ;. ,.

a means not only a life income for the ornamental tree. For these purposesit e Rough and Dressed _

investor, but a heritage for his children may be planted far outside the area
': Strictly Modern and Fireproqf throughout. Located hi which fruit reasonably be expected. r
and his children's children, for the in may
-- ; center of the City and Adjoining PasSenger Oepot. pecan' is remarkable for its longevity. ., PINE LUMBER .l
rt In the words of Mr. J. T. Casey of Hol- 5. It increases the value of the prop- :(

: landal, Mississippi: "I first saw a tree erty upon which it is planted more than /
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5
over thirty years ago that was producingxlarge I any other product. / LS ;
'; >er-n y crops and is today producingfive 6. It requires practically none of the / ,1>/ !w,
American Plan $2. HOUSE BILLS A SPECIALTY
exertion after reaching a bear- ,
: ,. hundred barrels years and old.this" tree is over one care or ,1'-> J. '. ,,, w

The pecan today steadily provingits (Continued on Page Six). "

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; C % ee Valley'Gazellef graft going fHdw NATHANP; BRYAN : encampment for the use of the visitors '

; poptehere in. America who may desire .
we \ _. resting, reading ,or '
l !Ii.. ,W.B.'HARRItV Editor. ':a.d. Prop'r. pretty -nearly.-all oC us, like;to be. humbugged writing place., 'V i'KISSIMMEf'BAPTlsi''V! V i.

; ,: *. J. .TRII>i-ETT, Asaociat Editor., If :we' didriX the big mall Officially Declared the Democratic Friday afternoon' will be an adjustment [[ CHURCH V
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order houses would out of business I time Let every' member who I ,
the
go Nominee for'a Seat in i
!I<' PUBLISHED EVERY'FR1DATOffice ) " .. "ctrnnitly f IfW the f.lth which,was
1 i '". has Irregularity in i 4 (;Contending olin
tn burly.-Ex. credits certificates -
In Valfcy Gazette Building.EJSAlMMEK a 'VV.i United States Senate..Jacksonville. ..' subscriptions ,. f for all delivered' the Bulnln.Iud! 8. V V
or anything not un- VV V
,,OSCEOLA. OUNTT.JTLA. .. I \ PASTOR .
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.- del-stood, BUNIfAN STEPHENS ,
_ "I. Forgot" Won'4 Do Jn Business. -- brinjfc all dates and letters to V V V

V I 'Ia4Feb. 8-The State the chaptef: house and get your league. -'r-- V -

OM(OCT.on SUBSCRIPTION* :y.tr.., .. .. .. .KATES. .. ..*. .. .. .(1. : If you work- for a man, in heaven'sname Democratic Executive Committee,today affairs straightened out. .I f. :ORDElfOF. SERVICE-FEB. 1-l911 V ,
>OM-*;..U month*. .. ... ..... .... .. ... .... Mfo I work' for him. If he pays wages formally declared .Nathan P. Bryan The.history of the local chapter organized V MOWNINCJ-U A. M. V
.. bread and butte''owork ., "
that.
'AH _;.......tJcma. except tram our authorkMd suppljpyou your I nominated UnUrd States Senator to" in the parlors of the Graystone. V V .
for him 'well of him, tiling<<; .
V ._pondmu,fnnit b* (UrlMd by tba wril T speak succeed Hon. James P. Taliaferro. ih April 1909( with about eight members PianoPrelude.Doxoloiry .. V ;
'V ksjset.4 l Jnatter wUI not b* ......med unl Mr well of him stand by him. and stand .,
......fer. : Forty one of the ,forty-seven memberswere ; of. its struggles and discouragements and Invocation. .
i ' ' T "" by the institution he represents. \I and lack V 169- to God High.
either In or by of su&wrt when most Hymn "Glory on .
_ 0 .V ....... at tlw'<>o/>t fr ......'-_mall matter.Friday. proxy. and its gaining friends when "" V V
: I work for him. I would not work for Hymn 177- "Com e.,Thy Fount. .
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I least .
'= 7' x'pecw. .
.. senatorial is
'i The: vote of the second largely a parallel to i \
: ;: him of his time but all of his Prayer.
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part
1911 pr1niary 'ot Tuesday; January 31, wa the history of the National- League- V Offertory*n20-"I Love Thy Kingdom. .
V time I. would give an undivided service started / : .
V canvassed and the official vote gave less than three ;years ago. It V VVV Lord. .. V
------ ornone. If put to a'pinch, an i has had Sermon) "
Bryan 19,991? and Blount 19,381 The such Wonderful growth that it > V V
of loyalty is worth a pound of i Invitation, OO''I1iding Th e. V ,
ounce
t ., V Is Sent Complimentary. cleverness: If you mual vilify, con- I majority for Bryan Was announced as has been maliciously attacked on all Communion Hymn I 5S8: "Amidst Us' .' ,
sides and from "
S I 610. powerful sources. BL t; Our Beloved Stands. V
Partjes receIiigths: demn and eternally disparage, why're V
t4 paper in of
: spite it all the V
has
league V .
Protest to the in wMch grown
as manner
who are not regular subscribers sign poBitio ,.Jlnd when you are .
your
4 till there
are 1,300 chapters in the Uni-
LAYMEN'S MEETING-3 P. M.
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made
conducted i
the campaign was was
think that it is the intention outside damn to heart's content.
F must not your ted States :
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the and chapter houses spring ;
by W. A. Blount, of Pensacola, de. VV
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later are a .
of publishers; to But, I pray you, so long as you big all .
overthe
condemnit. feated candidate. Mr. Blount sent in ; up land. N'llJIIT-T ::0> I'. M. .
do not
demand of them the subscription part of an institution T
It is mailed to them complimentary Not that will injure that insti a written communication charging fraud I -chapter house is now open forth .
price a* you i "
I but gavd no specific instance.The : meetings and classes of the league Hymn 602- "How Firm Foundation. VV
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by our1 Board ofVCo'qfl7t t.ution-not. that-but whenyou' disparage tabled vote of and is a permahent home for the W. Hymn UK-) "lIallel jah. 'Tis !Donel"' .
Commissioners for the the of which rea protest was by a Lesson.
/ ty purpose concern you Scripture
C. T. U.
Other
I V : of acquainting them" with the part, you disparage,: yourself. And twenty-three to sixteen ,after it was women's organizations V Hymn 473- "Rescue the I'erihhing."

advantages and opportunities don't forget that "I forgot" won't do read and it will not reach the legisla may arrange wuh the league for ': Prayer. V V
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many ture. Mr. Blount carry his protest holding their meetings in the chapter ?5 Offertory, 414 "Kmulatiun. .
offer may
and Phillistine.V
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.4 this town county business.The house if Sermon. V .
they desire.
the homeseeker. The paper will to the legislature ''When it meets in InMtation, 3G5- "Draw! Me Nearer, "
but DO'announcement has been The regular meetings of the leaguewill V
be mailed for few weeks to April, ,
a any
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:.V PUBLIC CROSSING made relative to continuance of be Mondays at 3:00() p. m. i. '"
., person whose nanie It given us, any OTHER SERVICES OF TilE WEEK
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this !ontest.
and if they ahould deeire to receive \
V V I... it regularly thereafter, we Will Be Made Over the Railroad Leading The legislature is expected to con NEW MAGDAtE & j Thursday-7. -Prayer Meeting. \
firm the nomination of Mr. Bryan and .Friday, 71) m. YoungJ'eopl.'sUnion. . .
would be glad to put them on our \ :

V rates subscription-$1 4ist at 50 the cents regular for When the to sale Lincoln of .Height lots at?. Lincoln_ elect Nathan:\ him, to Bryan the position.is one of the most I Will Be Presented at the Opera -- A special; invitation' is extended ;to-all I)young men

4V V per year i and ladies to attend the
six month Heights was first proposed there wan prominent lawyers of this city. lie V House Next Thursday Night.The the Young young People Union. service conducted by.

:f '. some question as to whether a suitable was born -at Fort Mason, this state -- -- :
New Magdalen is "
crossing could be obtained across the that little place having contributed two a good playit; The Bible.School, which meets at 9'45 Sunday

., Must Be Good. railroad, but that fear has now bt'endisp..lI..d United States senators when the pre is, in some respects a great! play. f. morning. is a mont interesting and helpful feature of :
Dealing with one of the socmkjfob- the work of the chur.ch. The school is graded, accord
: Over in Osceola county the Board of as the' county has officially ent Democratic nominee shall have en- lems, as it duit yet brings out all ing to the BKC of the pupil, and there i is a class of kin- .

County Commissioners have recently declared\ that an opening forty feet tered upon th e djscharge of his duties. that is good in the characters.The dred spirits for everyone. Come to see u,. ..r.'xtumlay
renewed eight hundred subscriptions to wide shall be made on the section line The position(wST m de acant throughthe at 9:4C!
story of the whose \
the Kissimmec Valley Gazette, and leading tom the public road to Lincoln death -of his brother. Senator Win. ings are for good,woman yet whom circumstances yearn- i VISITORS I 'El.COM E: TO ALL SERVICES :

_ ', V thus shown. their loyalty to a true Heights, and the railroad company has James Bryan, whom Governor Broward and the Jaws of society force i 'J
V in the and will at once appointed to the senate.
plan
and advo acquiesced
friend the
to people a strong her into the underworld, her efforts to 1 1A
cate of the advantages of Osceola begin making such crossing. Fort Mason today in only a small ..
her
rise, success, temptations and ;;
N county and Kis imme... M-r. O. L Ulanchard who i is in chargeof place but about it clusters a* much if : .

v V V V We make mention of"the fact for the the sale of lots in l Lincoln Heights, not more political honor in the way of I struggles Wilkie Collins', form novel a strong offers the theme dramatist and- League Shower. i MOTEL ARRIVALS 1

reason t at.-we wish to state that thin states that great interest.is being; man- high preferment to public position than splendid opportunities. Lets make each other hApPY next _
commendable to assist ifested by our people generally, and any place of its size in the country.Mr. .
Is a most way Isabel C. Jackson in the title role, Monday afternoon by having a miscellaneous The
I the county paper in "boosting" the advantages especially the old soldiers, and he has Bryan will be the colleague of proved herself one of the best emotional shower for our lovely chap- Graystone

of the county. In years gonetl' met with the greatest success in .dis. Senatop Fletcher at Washington. The actresses ever seen in the city. ter house. We want to have entertainments February 9th II. I. Miller, J. F. :

by our commissioners have always beeii posing of lots although they have ben nominee of the Democratic party of As Hester Tecut, the army nurse, who there from time to time., Savindal, (G. It. Hall. B H. Drew ',f

t liberal in donationafor: fairs, etc. The on_ the market but a few days. Mr. this state managed the campaign in .yielded to temptation. and afterwards and especially a reception to our town Jacksonville; If G. Leiter Frank

results have been good in every in- Blanchard is so well pleased with the which late Governor Broward secured I as Zera, the petted society girl interested people in the near future, and we will, Bushnell, Tampa; S. R. Fields, Lough-

V V sanee and now while the eyes of the opportunities this city offers that hewill the nomination of senator over Senator in mission work, she was' splendid.In need cup.. saucers and plates and other man; W. T Sims, Orlando; C A. Jarvis .

1 balance of the people of the United more than likely make his per James P. Taliaferro. the third act, when the story of things. I If one Would just bring a cup Grand Rapids, Mich; G. Atchison i

States are upon Lee county in particular manent home among( It is notable that the majority in the, I her identity is brought out, she runs i'I and saucer, another a plate spoon, Adella Atchison Dora J. Atchison, Red

_4' l and Florida in general itseems state for Mr. Bryan was sixty vote the scale of human emotions II and risesto I cushion or chair, just anything you Oak. Iowa; Pane Noll, K.: L Eaton, N.V V

w ; that our commissioners would bedoing DAVENPORT less than the majority given him over a great dramatic -climax, which held CQuld spare from your home. We I Y.; Claude Shewmaki, C. G. Pinch, .J

7 .' a good work for the interests of the Mr. Blount in Hillsborough county, the the audience spellbound. She was | would then be ready 'for all occasions.. Atlanta; M S- Harrison, Nashville;

I county if they would adopt a similar most populous' of the forty-seven counties repeatedly called before the curtain Later our chapter wrfl 1 be supplied with .I H. J. Dewey, Toledo; H. Mulholland, '

V ? plan to that of the commissioners of Items of Interest From That Thriving I' of'u the sta e. and-less_than the vote last night before the people were satis I these things, but not as many as would I Cincinnati; W.' G. Neil, W. Dunham, .

Osceola Little Town. given Mr. Bryan over Mr. Blount in fied. be needd for a large reception. So I Columbus 0. W. S. Sims Lancaster; _

"V p The Valley Gazette Las been a hard. V Polk (county which for its population, With the company as an added featuie let everyone be present Monday after Dr. and' Mrs. K. W. Sigworth, Ana- '

V worker, and its editor is certainty a i Mental) Dodge&Monahan have moved was considered the greatest Bryan is the Prior Thompson "Mon. noon with his little packages. Those mosa, Iowa; Thos, Coulen, PutinBay V ,
company .
J N, "live wire," and the paper baa accomplished into their new store, and are ready to -eounty.in.Florida in both primaries. archs of Mystery," This is an attrac. i I who can't come then, can bring their 0.; W. 11. Crane Arlington, Neb. ; V

l -',, V much for, as :we understand it, serve their old customers in their.usual. The .campaign just closed was a tion by itself. Mr. Thompson ,in- his j,offerings later.' We have a club room J. K. Riggan, Baltimore; J. A. Wea

V V -'fJIe i rush to that county is unprecedent pleasing manner. V V strenuous one and friends of ,the sue feats of magic and his -illusions is most to be proud of, handsomely furnished, ver, C. N. "Solomes, C. E. Houston, ,' '"

V d. The investment surely was a good The neat lock boxes in the poatoffice cessful .candidate are urging that betake entertaining, while '-the glasstrunktrick and with\ these contributions It will be Sam Woodward, Mr.anJ Mrs., V" H. N. V J

: V one 0' the commissioners of.ghat county are a decided change from the old-style a rest of several weeks re memt -i mystified many'.-Daytona V News.' well equipped f>r,any use to 'which.we ickllng'Claus Pitorson, Greeley.1 Col.j.,., .' V

wI1V V would never have renewed it. ones in the former building.! *_ I bering t the tragedy that has accompanied This play will be presented at the,should care to put I it. V J.A.. Ryckman, Ft. CollinsVVCoI.. S. 'F.V '
commissary' used l the senatorships from this state in --- -- Hickey N. 0. P. E.Hutchison
.4 Some few weeks ago Col. P. A. Vans The old formerly asa i Opera House on Thursday night, Feb-i: ; San- i
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/ and will the past several years', death in nearly Notice.To ford; M. and Mrs. Wm.
V } Agnew, a prominent attorney and Mr. postoffice la being renovated ruary 16th Prrces of admission will ohnson, Gree- J.

A. E. Donegan, cterk of the court of, be occupied by Mr. Char'es Fairish witha every instance being attributed to over- be 35, 50 and 75e. Reserved seats can Property Holders of Osceola Co. : ley. Col. ; 'A. W. Barrel! !, Milledgeville, .

Occeola county, were aq the city and fin. line of hardware and furniture.Mr. work. be secured at Rober on'. Pharmacy. Twill be at the various' precincts on III. ; D. G. McCoy and wife, F. D. .

while here called on thePcess editor. Trumbell is to be salesman for Mr. Parents of Mr. Bryan live At Dante the following Gould and wife, Sterling, 111. ; E.. J.
days:
in the course of conversation* Don- Parrish.Mr. Fla., on the east' coast, and it la expected Ffost. H. E. Frost, L. B. Brown T.
Creek No. 2 Thursday
V lV egan explained the method adoptedby McKnight is building -.wenty-- that be will spend ,,some time Resolutions of Respect
of his foot addition "to his store which is there after attending to important maters f Sloan. Sioux City, Iowa M. J. It
_ the County Commissioners county. occupied The following resolutions of respect I I Campbell precinct No. :A, Friday, ; Schnei ,
LV3 and stated that the action of that board l>y Mr. Keet, who intends to ad4 here, accumulated during his threeor were unanimously adopted by the February 24th.Peghom. der Petersburg Neb.; W. T. McKay, ,
and his busi four months of arduous campaigning. i St. Paul Minn., Claude
to Smith
\\f V waf heartily endorsed by every citizen: a linebf shoes. clothing! Hart Memorial Chapter of the American -j precinct No. 4, Saturday, Barnes
r cf the county. He further stated that. ness. Woman's League of Kissimmee : : February 25th. Center Iowa; Elmer Lindstrom, Hector ..1.: .. ,

j. asa bueineu'propositlon, it was his Mr. J. A. Stevens president of the:I Mr. Bryan thirty-eight years old Whereas, Our Heavenly Father in. Crab Grass, precinct No. C, Tuesday; Minn.; W. E. High, St. Louis; J, V

_. \L opinion, as well as the opinion of the Moline Flour Company of Molme III., and will share with Luke Lea, of Tennessee His infinite wisdom ha! taken from February 28th.Whittierprecinct. C. King, Chicago; E. R. Bliss Orlando, "

'citizens In general! that it was certainly was here last week looking after his who is editor of the Nashville our midst our venerable friend, Mr. J.I I No 6, Thursday. L

V J' good and had resulted in great benefit Interests. He has ten acre. in citrus 'ennesseean, and only thirty-two years M. WUlson. Sr., and March: 2nd.Bassinger. V. The New Central I;
fruits and has ordered his two lots old the honor of being the youngest of I'
Co Osceola county. Whereas In his gain of life eternal; :! precinct No. 7, Saturday, February 9t.b.
We leave it to the readers of The fenced. He intends building he... soon. the members in the upper branch of the community loses one who, by his j I I March 4th. V City D. E. -Dr. Ruthcox, Plant
; Truesman
j soj V Press as to whether or not this paper is Mr. McKnight'has proven that he congress. gentle personality, won the esteem pf! NarcoOsset.,_ precmti:l No. 8, Thursday Bowls New 0. J, N. Herald Ky. Stephen
booster and furthermore should the believes Davenport has a future, bybuying His brother, William James Bryan. I ; HI.m.
j e a all hearts, we, the Hart Memorial Chapter March 9th. Brown Glenwood
'
when chosen United States senator V W. Va. ; C. S. Bennett -
land ,
; commissioners see fit to favorably another ten acres of which
:county of the American Woman's League Very respectfully,'
t : c. consider a plan of this kind, we he 'is setting out a grove. was only thirty-one years old and was of Kissimmee do hereby adopt the following -1;|I V Jno. L. Overetreet.I Davenport, Fla; G. W. Hallon,
Newclerk Ok I.. H.
V V .win "rise to the occasion," and not stop Mr. Lahrnan I. planting forty acres the youngest senator ever serving in resolutions : Tax Assessor, Osceola County. ; L. Christiansen.
I C. C. j"
; : this country with the exception of the Jaeobson. Albert Clauson. North- .
until everybody that the FortfMy.ePreashthsbeatpap.rinah1th. in citrus fruit.A -
says Resolved lit : That this community I
noted "G'rator and state. Henry I wood, Iowa: F. E. Scott Bartow; D. .
crowd came in from Chicago man. !
large
has sustained loss and while j ;
( a great i Sugar Belt Changes Schedule. T. Lewis, A. Linderman St. Cloud 1 V
r ,-Land of Flowers." County oommls- Monday evening and a much larger one We bow In humble submission to the J. D. ; J. .
.. Beginning today (Friday) the schedule Donahoo, Folkston, Ga.; F. C. .{
aioner*. let us hear from on the .la expected Thursday. Clay.WOMAN'SLAGU Father If
yon Will of the we deeply deplorethe Dixon
Bison :
Kan. +
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of trains on the Sugar Belt wil] be as
Il object-Port Myers Press. Mr. and airs. Fish are entertaining a death'of one of such sterling worth

V : __ new son who arrived' Thursday. V and upright c aracter.2nd follow: Leave Kissimtnee at 10 a.m. A feature of the 'I.
::1 parade of the Grand j
<.iv' t. Last Saturday flaming posters announced and 4:15 p.m.; returning at 12:30: p m.
Id.to Be HombaaefKichard Now at Home in the WeD Appointed : That we extend our united Army of the Republic, to be held in "'
and 6:26 ,
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that Davenport was to )have a p.m.Piti .
sympathy to his bereaved family in I Kissimmee-on the
.
occasion of
Handsome House. I the meet
and Chapter '
i t':) Vf. Sears of the firm of .
show, and everybody and his best girl and the P ,
commend themto *
V l their deep sorrow, and rage. ing of the G. A. R. veterans in that :t12'I 1 '
V c. 'iar..: .Roebuck A "Co., Chicago sold turned oat to take it in. Judge our' There was a large gathering of the I the loving comfort of ourDivine Tbe exclusive: : and almost feudal city February 14. will be ;

:1j ";.Me half interest'in the business for disappointment when on arriving therewe League members at the chapter house Lord. character of the.English peerage was horsewomen a ,troop of .
young at the
'I head of .
V 1 f6t\000,000, and will retire to a farmwblelsbsowuaatCrayaLak..IlL found that the show people had left last Monday afternoon when the IInrmeetln& aid : That a copy of these resolutions destroyed aU7and of set purpose line. As the V lley Gazette V it th Is, ;
Pitt when he says
: by declared that
Sevitersl everyman
word that our house was too in the furnished
opera building washeliL
and
be the bereaved
sent family, often thought
had to cordon
who an estate of $SO.OOO proper place a
c; years ago Mr. Sears was a telegrapk mall tot their big show, and they To those who have labored faith- local a {
I, that they be published in the papers year bad a right to be a peer. In Lord of policemen at the head of a proce- "i
operator at Redwood Falls, I would go on to Haines City but would fuJlt and long in the league cause,.that and that they be' placed upon the Beaconsfleld's words: "He created a : sioni-but Kissiinmee will give the vets 4
Minn., atasaisryof $50 month, and return 'with tent. .Well. It of such far influ- V .
,' I SOOfl a may a movement reaching ninutes of the league. plebeian, aristocracy and blended It an escort that ii as'interesting as it is
t th.recosw.ivedtheld.Iofamsilorder be that the tent will be occupied but nce for good might be helped along MRS. H. C. TAN1S'ORDJ.V V with tbe patrician oligarchy. He 'made 'unusual. Ttfat it will be a fine sight ...

Lu.ihie.swhic), haa permitted him to I may be it wo 't. We are not used to and that the women \of Kissimmee V, MRS. F. G. THOMASON, peers of second rate squires and fat and bring forth unstinted
'
applause
t V' retire from active business at the age being slighted. might have onusual educational opportunity MRS. W. L. WINM. graziers. lie caught them in the alleys !- be doubted, and the ladies cannot

4 .' of 45 years with a princely fortune. Mr. Fish, who has been considerably and that the town might have Committee.The of Lombard street led clutched who thus young V

____ 4 :r These mail order houses are veritable under the weather since his arrival, is the beautiful club bouse; to those > Cornhlll.them from" -From tle| "Collections-counting houses Ree of soldiers will show be their cheered Jove all for along the the"line old

\\f ,gold mines for their owners for the muchjbetter. ,He caught a severe coldon who have stood for the league in the Tinier Box. I .." f follectlonB of march.-Times-Union.

_ t, p .. reason that they get good prices for the way dewn, and has been quite face of ridicule, criticism and all manner Matches have not Jet; displaced the 'i -- ---,.- - ,4" V
; their goods and cash always; and as sic It. of unfavorable comment this occasion Under box in certain rural districts olBpaln I Old papers for -sale at this office I Large desk blotters for sale at this ,

long as they fool the people with a A.. Lundberg and wife, J. Lindgren was fraught; with deep signifi and V Italy. 20 l cents a hundred. I i ffie. for 10 cen l ....

r sbow: >f low prices on occasional special and 6[ Nelaen, of Chicago, came in last eance. The 'meeting was opened by .

;'1' ,articles, they will continue to thrive. night They have been busy' looking the .singing of*"the doxology followedby .

1.. .V V Here's t|>. whole thing in a nut shell. over, the colony all day and expressed a prayer of thanksgiving and _

These mail order houses are veritable themselves as much pleased. They will praise. '

_ ':\'f.: gold mine. for their owners, and yet build on their land and otherwise improve A considerable amount of business SATURDAY EVENING POST

'lf. V V ''they make the common people believe it, V was disposed of, after which Dr. Whit- ,

,.1'W1"T ,that they can buy themselves rich .In Muter Paul Parrish is the proud atone a visiting member from Minneapolis I VV

_ '4"} their establishments. possessor of donkey, a birthday gift talked in a very; interestingway I
'. I' r LIke the big life insurance nabobs, I from his father. upon league subjects. As she has EVERY WEEK HAVE YOUR COPY RESERVED, .

_ :o. V ..4 .if the malt order men can live in palaces, recently visited University City arid '

i1 '''own iachU.Ux1 travel In private cars, Old papers can be bought at tyis office met our own slate regent, Miss peal of i
YE GIFT ,
;:'and the dear,.people that they humbug at 20 gents per hundred. They are Jacksonville /fii j Her remarks"' were of SHOP. .

u'"..jodeath; e paythe; freight., Doesn't the very fhlng you need to put under I ,special Interest. I ,

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GazettetBLBPHONBNO.lt. Mr. F, Jo.' :iemeyer,;bf'' 'Jjongwood, < The public is ordlally Invited to call >Mr. end Mrs. P. .n. Outlaw of St. .Mr. M. Hartman, of.Cleveland, 'Ohltv "Xlic. 0&!$' f\t Chicago Mrs. "
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;. pent Sunday with his brother, Mr. E. at the office at Neimeyer &. Wiley and Cloud, were In'the city Monday on their reached Kissimmee Wednesday,.nigh.t Belle Coq Mrs 'Sprague\ Hawkins and

2 Niemeyer.. '. ride down and look Qver Lincoln Heights way to Loughman,:.where they,will visit on at.prospecting tour, and,, will spend Mrs. Claytoni 'Bishop, of Centorburg.; ,
o It does not cost you a cent 7-lt for a few.daya with Mr. 1J..D! .;.Ho nand the next ton days '
Mrs, Missouri Bronson went to or two weeks )looking Ohio, were1 in Kissimmee: Monday calls -
PUBLISHED* EVERY FRIDAY Shingle Creek Tuesday to visit friends Mr. and M\'I.G.\ ,D.. Meal, ot 'Cowy/ ,' family.Mr. .- over this 'section with a 'view' to purchasing lug on friends. The ladle, left Tuesday

W. B..MARA'S.-BT- tofa.* few \days.: , .t ,. ., Cal.,.who have been here for several .. J.. F.' Brown,. .the Kissimmee property and locating perman for Tampa;, but they expect to return
a day.\ past,- left Thursday for Jacksort- ently. in a few and make '.
; Your' poll 'tax''mustbe'paid' by to- >photographer, has been very busily engaged day longer
= : morrow eight if you want to qualify to ville en'route..'" to their, home the past week making pictures Mr, A. W. Jackson, of PitUburg, tfy m thia section. : s* "" '** t of
*
yote In the city. election. The.. Rev. David D..Kidd will holds for the Special Edition ,of the Valley Pa., who has been spending the last ten Mr.- and Mr*.'J. W. Shrlgley and little ' J

: Weather FteportFollowing and ervices in the Episcopal church:: on Sunday Gazette. It will\ be corker. "1.1 t-pd days in Kissimmee, left ,Saturday for 'son, of Mauneta, X..? are spending -, 4
Mr, and Mrs. J, H. Hermanson.
I his
next. 'Morning prayer sermon I home. Mr. Jackson was so Impressed'with some time In Kissimme, having
from Bassin- 80.00 per'mont salary
family and
.. were passengers J straight '
and.Holy Communion at 11'o'clock.Tlie the advantages of a home secured rooms with' Rev; S. 8. Snyder $
l are the daily temperatures ger on/ the Oscetila Saturday. expenses' to men with rig, to introduce In this section that he expectf to'return at the mane,'. Mrs Shrlgle is a prominent -' tit
.1
as State -. St. Cloud school, closed, f4;>>day. !, our Poultry Remedies. Don't answer in about "Aed
and precipitation Mils Bessie has accepted a a month with a' party of col I- real estate dealer and Is connect! .
Government in the office of Miss Effl Lawson;.one of the teachers unless! you mean business.. Eureka onists. ;
' reported by the position as stenographer 'f with the ColdrenLand Co. ,
: : ;
at Kissimmee. for the the Hunter Land Company, who has had a very successful year, has, Poultry Food Mfg. Co. (Incorporated), i-.
station .
Feb. 9,' 1911. returned to her home in Kissimmee. East St. Louie III. e-4t Mr. and Mrs. Alex. Morton And family Mr. J. C. Higgins, a well known sui: s
week ending Lots in Lincoln Heights range in l of Pltt burg, Pa; Mrs. Arthur perintendent on the A. C. L., suffered {
MAX HIM. BAIN price from $90 'to $136, with a twenty- Mr. C. N. Swindell, of Apopka a ; Mr. Joe. Fritz and family, of Illinois, Williams, of Denver, CoL, and Mrs. a stroke' of paralysis at his home In
.. discount It popular railroad man.on the A. C. L., arrived in the arty this week and left Hanford I
dollar until March 1st ,7- . Sanford His 'V
; Sunday. friends'Inthis
. 80 56
. . many
Friday was in the city Saturday on his way yesterday for the Kissimme Prajric, this Eus'tlsand '
city by auto from
. returned Tues Monday city will 'to learn of his III-
Saturday 7. . 80 60 Mrs. Hattie Gernsey regret
j.. home from a business trip to Tampa. where Mr. Frita bas purchased forty
their
leaving at
Sunday. .' . 81 67 . day from a two weeks' visit with Mrs. acres from the Hunter Land Co. which car tGray..tone's ness, and will join with us in wishing

Monday . ." 81 69 . E. Shaw in Orlando! Messrs. Stephen, Fowler and H. S. he will begin developing garage, proceeded 'by rail to him a speedy and complete recovery. 'I|.
right Tampa. ,. ,
away. ,
. Scott salesmen with E. C. Atklna &;
56Wednesday. 4
. . 82
Tuesday ; A full list of the names of purchasers Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Poulk and children \
66 . Company, of Indianapolis) Ind., were A jolly party, of Mrs. E. '
.-. . 82 of Iota at Lincoln Heights will-be published Mrs C.-.A. Cole, of Winterset, Iowa composed of Cairo Ga, are on a-.Islt to 1'
60 In the city for several days this week. arrived! L. Eames, Mrs. J. E. Davis Mrs. S.
Thursday . 83 ',' '. in our n'xt.lssue. 7-Jt the city Wednesday and will relatives in this city. It has been Benin
'r the remainder H. De Groodt, Mr. and Mrs, George f
spend
of the winter here
Church since-Mr. Poulk
Special music at the Christian yeah was'here Jbe'fore, }
J. JW. Loveless former real- ,
Mr. a with her Saunders and Mr.. John Carley left Sat-
next Sunday. Subjects: HeartfeltReligion" husbands the Broadway jew- and he Is much gratified to note the
his home at .
Kissimmee 'died at
of
dent eler. turday to join Mr. De GroQdt and Mr. '
Race." Mr. and Mrs Cole have taken I
and "The Christian improvements that''have taken
waaw"' ""' N1t Clarcona on January 13th.. Davis at Palm many !
Springs, where they
A cordial invitation to all. S..1. Vance, rooms with Mrs. II. M. Breaker place in that' time.
.
FIELD.I I Railroad fare within radius of twenty 1 will spend several week., hunting and
I THE LOCAL j miles will be paid to the purchaserof pastor.* The Florida Baptist Witness want camping.A The regular meeting of the V. L S.

1t E a Lincoln Heights'lot. 7-lt Mrs. C. H. Schroen, of Ann Arbor, five hundred new subscriber right will take place on Tuesday, the.2ftt.
LHM Mich., who has been spending several away, and to get them is offering the j party of prominent Ohio people instead of Tuesday, the' 14th, aa previously

---- %%i.%.% N Nrr $ Mr. M. Riddle, e..neralsuperintendent days in. Kissimmee, left Saturday for paper at half price, or II for twelvemonths J t consisting of Mr. W. T. Savage, mayor, announced the postponement
third division'A.. C. L., passed through Jacksonville en route to her home in -just during February... Send Chaa. Moats, president of the Moats being; made in deference to the reunionof

Judge G. F. Parker was in Orlando the city Sunday in his private car. the North. names and money at once to Lakeland, I Fur and Rubber Co., and A. Warner, the G. A. K. veterans, which will be h

.Tuesday. Fla. .. 6-2t i all of Akron, were in the city Mondayon held in this city on'the 14th.
Mr. G. A. Nordstrom, who is spend Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Tormochlen, of their Way Florence Villa and

.4.> Deputy Sheriff Ed Roberta went to ing the winter here returned Sunday Chicago, arrived in the city Friday for, Mrs. W. B. Harris and two children Winter Haven The Orange County Fair, which I is to tat

Tampa 'Tuesday. from a short pleasure trip to Cuba. a visit with Mrs. Tormochlen's brother, and Miss Clyde $eymour left yesterday j be an annual event bereafter, opened

Rev. J. B. Santee, of St. Cloud, was Mr. W. W. Pemble, traveling sales- Mr. Wm. Liesegang;, who is spendingthe for Ojus Fla., where they were |t Mr. and Mrs. M. Conner returned auspiciously in OrlannJo. .Tuesday Many

in town Tuesday. man with DeVoe! '& Raynolds,- New winter here. called telegram on account-of the I home last Friday from a visit to their people .from' kissimmee, St. Cloud and
serious illness of their mother, Mrs. daughter, 'Mr R. O. Bowden, at Boca
,} Lincoln Heights is now ready for York City was in the city Tuesday. Mr. O. S. Blanfhard is in charge 'of ;I adjoining towns are taking advantage y
John W. Seymour. Grande. MrT Coaner reports a most '
of the opportunity to fine
see a
7-11 the Lincoln office at Neimeyer I very
your inspection. W, T. L, Reed salesman with Heights
Mr a dt.-lightrul.otrlp'; and says great develop-
display of citrus) fruit garden truck
and will be to give ,
Mrs. S. M. Crews, of Loughman, was the National Office Supply Company, of &; Wiley's information, regarding pleased the above-I The Atkins Saw Company, of Indianapolis I j I, ments are taking plate at Boca Grande horses, cattle, chickens, etc tr
I in: town Friday. Zion 'City. IlL, was in the city Monday.Mr. any Ind., have a very interesting since the advent of the railroad.
named lots. 7-lt display in one of _the show windows of I Mr. J. O. McNew of St. Cloud was In
.. Mr. J. S. Stratum, of )I'eghorn; was C. E. Thomas president of the Mr. Henry Lamm and Mr. and Mrs. the Cash Hardware Store this week. !I Dr. and Mrs. C. W. Smith, and Miss the city Tuesday and appeared before !'

1 in town Monday. < Tampa Land Company, accompanied by Matt Redlinger and daughter, all of It consists of a mechanical man who Della Gilmore, of Maquoketa, Iowa the School Board in'the interest of securing -

"\ Mr. Jitn Bronson, of Campb-ll, was his wife, were in the city Thursday. Freeport, 111., who have been spending really saws wood, stopping occasionally I I who are touring the state, were in the a special-tax district for St. !
\ I
. 4 fin the. city Monday. Mr. E. W. McCormick, of Washing several weeks in this city left Mondayfor to give a discourse on the merits of At- (: city Monday. Dr. Smith expressed Clrmd. Mr. McNew is a candidate for {

h v Mr L. L. Pop ,lade a business trip ton, D. C., who has been in the city for Tampa.Mr. kins' saws This very ingenious deviceis I II. ,, himself as being much pleased with mayor of St. Cloud before the first
several days, left Thursday for Bartow. operated by electricity and is attracting i Kissimmee calling it .one of the loveliest municipal election to be held on Feb
to LouKlirnan Saturday. and Mrs. J. E. Barton, of Paris, I
considerable attention.Mr. and prettiest places he has seen in ruary 16th. _. ,
1 F. E. Ball of New Conn. who at the home of
: Mr. Haven N. Y., are visiting i 1 a
of
Mr. C. T. Douglass Apopka, was the South.
who has been spending some time in Mr. !I. H. Edick, returned Friday froma and Mrs. Carl Hauser.., of Ann I Mr N. J. Boylan has purchased from itMM.
in town Monday. .
St. Cloud was in town Wednesday.Mr. very enjoyable trip to Tampa and the Arbor, Mich. ; Mrs. Katie' Gfimme and I Mr. T. E Spier on Sunday a we (tc Yoder the residence corner Sumner -

Mrs. R. D. Fuller,,'of Winter Haven, Fred McGinnis of Bedford, Ind., wesrCOast. Mrs. H Hauser, of Jadcson\ Mich., I ago, was called to Oakland to attendhis .treet and Michigan avenue, near

is:r was in town Tuesday chopping. who baa been spending several days in Your trees need attention now. Go who have been spending'! several weeks father, Mr. J. B. Spier, who waa the Osceola High School building, Into ..

Mr. F. B. Hitchcock, of Davenport}, this city, left for< Lakeland Monday.Mr. to Kissimmee, Drug Co. and get some here, left Saturday; for their homes in dangerously ill, which illness proved which he has moved his family d"

Vas in town Saturday on business.i Creocarboline Special for foot rot, used the North. AIIf, o'ur were so delighted'with I fatal on Thursday night, the 2nd, and making extensive improvements. Mr. ill
W. G. Bowerof .Pitt burJlr. l'a., ideal climate Sand I to Kiaslmmea
directions will our productive the remains were laid to rest in the Boylan recently came;
according to guaranteea
i i' Only ninety-eight lots at Lincoln 'who has been! spending several weeksin 7-41 soil that they purchased property at cemetery at that place. Mr. Spier was from Hillsdale, Mich., and Is v.rymaeh ;

'J Heights. Get yours. 7-'lt-. St. Cloud. wa in the citv Tuesday. cure. Kissimmee Park, and hereafter will be I well known to many of our older residents In love with -our .climate and peapUH f'M

C. C. Wolfe, the electrician, was Mrs. Nellie Fleischman and Mrs. Geo. counted I ea' to make KIsshnmee hi_ a
,. /; Mr. Mrs. Elizabeth Tibbetta, of Portland among our regular winter residents and.was .regarded by them as a propo .
7" *l""in St. Cloud Monday on business. Maine, who is spending the winter with] Trefinger of PitUburg Pa., who have J man possessed-of many noble qualities. permanent home in the future.
been Spending several weeks in this
Call atNeimeyer & Wiley's and get a her sister in Orlando, was in the city city,"returned Monday to their homes '

gold bond, it means $20 to you. 7-H Friday.x in the North. /

J. Bass and J. M. Poulk Mr. E. E. Iie nnedy of Paul's '
Messrs. M. Valley
of New York
Mrs. J. F. Norman, >
were in Mulberry Tuesday. OKla, who has/-ben spending several city, and Mrs. Thc>s. Al. Speef, of Mont I I I
.days in the city, left for Orlando, Tues KISSIMMEE PARK PRAIRIEIS
'i A conveyance is always ready to take X.. '- Clair.I -Ighta, N. J., who have been
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;j ydu 00 Lincoln Heights. 7-11 day. ... "i'l yWtn everal month 'In this section, ,

';J ;' e' Messrs. H. Walton and S"Johnson, salesman Mr. H. S.with Scott the, a AtkingNSaw demonstrator Com and left Saturday for Tampa. vMs IS e 'F' O ': T' HE I P'L OW lf r .

of St. Cloud, were in town Saturday and Mrs, J/4. Tucker, of Grand : ; : : : ,;:
of \\tf in this ; i :
town ,
.; : pany, Indianapolis, Rapids, Mich- were'ln the city Friday .. ., : .A, ., E ) F FI ;, ,
'."t Men will come, and men. will go, but% week. \ Mr. '. I 'i' ': '
Mrs. Thurman.
calling .upoii >
Lincoln Heights will surely grow. -7H *
,
Mr. "d'Mrs.. Albe"l 'Wilson; who Tucker i iir at present engaged in the ' ?

'i Mrs. E. L. Chapman, of Loufchman, have teen-.spending several- weeks in lumber-business at Loughman. . .'
.
A wa* in the.city Saturday shopping. this city, left Thursday for their home vft -
ilr. and Mrs. J. M. oulk and daughter .
; $10 down and *5 per month buys a. in Tremont, 111. '
of Cairo, Ga., arrived in this city -
; lot at Lincoln Height! ?. 7-lt Mr. E. L. Barthelemy, of New Berlin Sunday, called here by the serious illness ., .

Mr. J. S. Loveless of Clarcona was i in Ohio, who is spending some tune 'a t of Mra. Poulk's mother, Mrs. .

the city for a brief visit Monday. Davenport visiting Jii town George Bass. -' .. ,
: r:
Wednesday. friendZ - ,
t Lincoln Heights lots are to be sold at Messrs. A. A. Loll and Jas. Hunter -, .'.
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private.le-no auction. 7-lt Mrs. M. B. oper- went to Sanford Monday and made the, Y

ator of Danville, Ili/' /ho is taking a return trip by auto bringing back two .' . -t--

Il:. ". Mrs. R. A. Wiley left Monday .for vacation trip through the South, was new cars which the Hunter Land Company ' .

c'; Orlando to spend a few days. In the city Toe .y. has just purchased. ,: ...

: Send a cu.tomerfora Lincoln Heights Miss Mabef Parker, daughter of JudgeG. A party of forty-two homeseekerafrom '. : .i''
Rich black .loam":
JOt and receive $6 in gold. 7-lt F. Parker, left Sunday for Sumter;" the Northwest arrived in town : :

I i \ S. B. Aultman left Friday on a N. C., for a month's visit with relatives Thursday evening and left this morningfor \ "

abort business trip to Thonotosassa and and friends. the holdings of' the' Hunter Land I soil Prepare land ,,' '

Tampa.. Hon. Arthur E. Done ;an left Monday Company in the Kissimmee Valley. A. your ,
,
J The Baptist people are improving the for Jacksonville to attend a meeting of Mr. and ,Mrs. A. D. Stewart, who '

appearance of their church by a coat. of the State Democratic Executive Com have been spending several weeks with Lake view i -., !

e white paint. mittee. Mrs. Stewart's parents, Mr. and Mrs. r now so you will:: .

Mr. H. D Geiger left Saturday for Mr. and Mr Henry Zinn, of Pataskala F. W, LaLonds, returned to their home ; ,.'r', '
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I, . Apopka to spend Sunday with bis Ohio, who are spending the winter in Antlgo, Wis., Monday. TAll

ther. in this section, left Monday for Mr. and- Mra, H. R. $nee, Hayes ;

E4 : Mr. Hunt, the contractor, left Sat Zephyrhills.Mr. Center,.Neb., and Miss Ethel Eubank. in 'one ONo body get best' results for

;;" urday for Orlando on a short! business and Mrs. Simon Bowman of Mt of Lincoln Neb., who have been spending ,

trip. _ Carroll, 111.', were in the clty'ThlIftday several days in this city, left Mon- .. ... .... -- '- I, -?-'
N.r and were guests at the borne 'of Mr. day for Tampa en route to Cuba. -I,
.? M. and Mrs R. A. Ludlam left Saturday 'clearing the '
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for Lakeland to apend the week H. E. Cole. The Misses :K. M. VCIOrb fts, M. Hunt .next crop ? w. ,.."t' ,
,
Messrs. G. Nordstrom anti Edwin and G. Ayres, of Cincinnati, Ohio, who ,

.1' loder, of 'Tiskilwa, IlL, who have been are spending the winter-at Narcoossee:: ,., ., " "

; : Mr. W. B. Crawford left-Monday for wintering here, left Thursday for their I were in the city Wednesday on their Frost Protection ..... ---- \. I
4Barto.. and Tampa on' a short business to Orlando for ) ,
i'i trip. Northern. home. way, a day' outing.!!! I ,

Mr. John M. Cojlini. a newspaper WANTED-Moore, The Tailor, to do .
; Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Penick and son supply man of Atlanta Ga., was in cleaning, pressing dyeing end repair I F

George; -spent Monday. in ,c'.slmmeePark. town Saturday and made this office a ing of all kind. Work done aatiefae.1 ,

friendly call. tory and price right. Work ,. t
'. Jack and delivered. Phone 241. Up stairs .
:: Judge G. F..Parker went to Mr. A. S. Rose, of Rose City Mich., "
sonville Wednesday on a short business over Graystone garage. 71t'pdM' r '
"* who is visiting his brother, Mr;; A. ) .
trip. Rose, proprietor of the Park Hotel, was ;. and Mrs. XJ. W. Tomnochlon: of ,

Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Gregg and family I in Taft Saturday. Chicago arrived in the city last week to' .
H. arrived in I join Mr. and Mrs. Lesgang, the latter <
of Valley, N. ,
Pegas
Mr. C. C. Loutonna, manager of ,
being; a sister to Mr. Tormochlon. Theywiltstay ,
...the
city Monday. The Dixie Funmakers, a vaudeville.
4. ...
the remainder of the winter
County Commissioner W. S. Pearce, troupe which is touring the state, w'asin and are stopping at the Central Hotel. ,. t

2J Bassinger, made a business trip to the city Wednesday.Mr. -- , .... ,
_
Mrs A. Rose, wife of the proprietorof
Lakeland Monday. A. A. Thomas is moving this ':
the Park Hotel, was pleasantly surprised Li
; Messrs, L L. Pope and B. J. Ducat week Into his expensive cement block Thursday evening by the patrons KISSIMMEE VALLEY LAND CO. d

; went to Loughman Monday to spend a bungalow, whih has just been erectedat of the hotel with a supper and many .
the end'of Main .
few day's.y street -
presents, it being' her birthday anniver -
I '
(
E. MATTOCKS ,
"t y Messrs. John L. 'Overstreet and Guy In future the regular meetings of the sary. J. ManagerKIS.SIMMEE IfVl'

'c O. Quinn left Tuesday for Miami to be W. d: T. U. will be held on the second .
Lincoln Heights was named in honorof .
V' .
b, and fourth Fridays of each month in
gone several months. the martyred president, Abraham, I t FL.O.RI.DA- 'l'
,
{f. ,Mr. and Mrs. G. W. McGlothlen, who the chapter house at 3 p. m. Lincoln and the avenues Grant, She! ,

? h* e been'visiting their daughter, Mrs. Attorney Wright ,Willinirharn, of man and Sheridan, after the heroes of ,
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$ C. C. Wolfe, for several, months, left Rome Ga., was in the city Tuesday .'that name, while Thompson avenue was ::11' "

y yesterday for their hywne in Bremer-' and Wednesday this week a guestat named 'after Department Commander -- - . t.... '.-.............-'..-' If"
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town Wash. / the home of Mr.'JohnVark.. Thompson.n? .. 7-lt I ?

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,P'1c' kThe) s e P' T u: : 'ms I Importance of the Pecan I I q\llte fsuna/\ equally that the chlorids& labla.may but la injuriously has been r' -" \ Dr.: F. G. Thomason


affect the quality of 'tobacco potatoes, Wood's SeedsFor
,
PHYSICIAN SURGEON
The More You Investigate l. I and;, certain other crops The chief "-
i(Continued from Pag Three-, ;
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", The. Better We Like It.. .:. '.. "' sourc of potash ire ''the potash salts, The .. Office'Phones 74 and-3.: Residence 126
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y -...........-...... / rq . , lug 'a'ge demanded by most I nut and from St IJ.sfurt. Germany kanlt, sylvinlt,. 1 I W'-** *a M>MHV -__>HMMI, -- >--, M-IHM- --->Hf* ""
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Thin. Hafadftomo Florida,;; Bungalow Here 'Is h Fine (irve Jof Kino t fruit trees. I muriato of potash, sulphate of soda; farm ana Gardenhave 1- [ D
and RlVERV/fl. :
/
,, Will Pay You Seven"Pat- Cerft Healthy Bin\ Trees:> Hip.ht on the : .7. It becomes.. in value at least 3.00 sulphate potash and magnesia. ,Tjft.' _
s vOn Hail road\' --County Clnv Road and tree each Wood ashes and cotton-hull I. ashea.nrj; an established* reputation . .

your'tinvestment' Just around the1 Next Door to St. Clpu4.frranga . per tl year. also. a source,of potash: .: extending over thirty years, being -- PHYSICIAN ANtSURGEON>
8.. II product may be .) eld for .
M corner from tM busy b business center grove of magnificent trees ; .Misc lI neou. :' Terms. Leguminous, and used extensively
of Klssimmee-,,lot alpno being big crftn just soldi 12 acre located on' months L/efore being placedon the market is planted OIHce! over Osc olal'1)ariu'icyIMHO ;
plant, a plant of the botanical order by tKbb'est Farmers and Garden- <
? worth a 'neat spm. .This handsome'Florida crest ofrjdK giving fine view of prairie a '
stona bungalow ia -cleverly! and Lake liohopekaligar; : On clay .surfaced 9. It affords" a natural to legurfiinosae, the more cornJnor, roprc- era throughout the Middle ana IiR': t 1tt"sftJ.ence 53I.

planned-*stone pillars, steps' etc. Elegant '' bottleVard within\ two miles of monopoly 's'cMvtiVes ot: which clover, peas, beans,. Southern States. : I. r t.' ...J unlL' 148. M
t' interior l finish at hard Americans: for it appears' to thrive __ ,
pine polished UeSvntiful .
-LSt. CJ IId. site Florida win etc., b ( png. ,.. .. .
( in this -- ---- -
Ooflrs. art fireplaces-sanitary ter residence/ ountry gentleman. ; only country. 1 Wood's New for 1911 will
'pJumbiWK -roof(>with a-bi> tos shingles Price $$,11tI( ( >. I 10. The present: supply'Is totally insufficient I Micro-OrganUn, is a plant or animal help to --" '
Which are abxolutely. ) direploof.9tnl indestructible i too small.! to be seen wltlii ut .the aid of Seed .Catalog you I
to meet the demand created .
determine
j I und will last a lift time. Hero Are K) and 2 KAcro Farms : a compound, microscope. 8S W. L. 7i'I: ::.:

A beautiful Florida home or will rent Some Within o !StoneX Throw of j bya world market Bacterium (plural Bacteria is the'name.app1ied -to what crops and seeds to plant .

at more than seven per ceiitpp' the low the Llvcnt City In Horhta und at II. I II I provides the energetic; HmblI ), fof success'and pf.Pfit.-.Our publications P'c41 ul' Ann HtJllfJKO'Na..lI

t Brice of . . $JooO One-Fourth. the I'rlcc ()lhfc<;H Ank noun man with 1I1' income for life andatfprla in common to a number of ,have been noted .
.
long .
.
I, different or closely related organisms >ENCB Phone 11<: . Ktnaimtmtt ,
Here tff'Anothcr It M run New Florida )Kist; immei> Suburban Farms e him a means of providing for all of which consist"of short for the full and complete information '....,cia PHONE V", FLOG\A.
single '
within one and three-quarter miles [the future of those dependent, f which ,
upon they give.
Bungalow./: toWn -S,6iO: ( people\ as neighbors cylindrical or elliptical'e'elll., or two i '. I r\li. J.V.. SIMPSON J '

: schools, (churches markets electric such cells to end and Catalog mailed free
Located right on the corner of a fine 'b&'I and Their joined end capableof on I
4 Preparations. In
business lot and within one block of the light, telephone: etc. Why leave eonv I spontaneous movement. Many kinds I request. Write for it. I IIC>TIST. :
fort and of civilization and Flopiris .be found
business center.of Kmwimmet There : I pleasures! may growing on or 1
bacteria
are harmful' and
is a business 'demand for this lot right g O' out into tlio.woodn when we will noils ruiiKHix from the black hammockto -cause I T. W. WOOD & SONS. Upstairs in (,aU linUding ,
diseases and other
sell ontif these suburban farmsat injurious effects, j
now. Handsome? business building to you the less i fiHlili.1 high pine lands. On. FFicH Hocus 11 a' 6612 mioto6:30p. '
.. be erected right next to it at once.. a lower prier Best bargain[: ..in undeveloped hummock noiltOtiowever, the trees are but many are :"beneficial.: Among the Seedsmen, Richmond; Va. ''> : : f :; ;; :; m.

a '"' Business : equal in Florida at twicethe often inclined 1 toNJevelop wood at the ,
Main ,
streetends'that way. Here is a and cheese'. and those which enable .-., --- : -
price. ]10 and 20 tracts lit $25
sure profit within one from date acre expense of the fruit, :while on yet fertile -
to who year an acre on terms.payable. to a bank. leguminous plants to use the free nitrogen W. W. CA -SON. D. D. S.
any one wants a .fine modern Moils the trees 'muktX eas wool and
home of the air.Inoculation DENTAL PARLORS
the
during meantime. Kent Have Town House in the Country bead more fruit proportiona Iy. Pecan Sr
quick at $25 a month-big demand! for is the introduction ofbacteria"
and Perennial arden for Profit -
a
houses in. Kissimmee. thrive well in the flat woods; l ut it will RIVERS BUILDING
Thin is built and PBHH the Days in the j or other organism into sur-
'r OVER O8CEOC.A
just like the bungalow described above not do to plant the !pecan on lahd thatis House PHARMACY
Mont licntle Climate In the po
roundings suited to their growth, with a Painting
but is ..
directly on Main street. SNAPat a orld. I . . view to producing Certain effects which TO
.$.tftOO OFFICE' HOURS 5 8 5MIr
PEGIJOhN f lamed: St. Cloud suburban I presence of a hard, impenetrable su re the result of their activity TO !

lioule'vard where ,(oil I doubtless has a great influence
A tandy Little Farm, Fenced gafden farms. On clay
and umua is the name applied to the
In Cultivation you can have gumi-lown and! 'country upon the welfare of the tree and it Paper Hanging; J.I M. WlI.f. ON, )'n..i
of tho Price of Uti #0
partially' decomposed organic (animal
home dust the thing r-rf'tlr'd huainess -
would bo better to select other ground,
developed Land to May INothinuof" people, middle< ngeil horneseekers arid vegetable) matter of the "yil It DecoratingKalsofriitiitig l NoTAIIV !1'UBI.IC. . t I

r the Mouse to be Thrown in, ami those whn do not rare to lose any : or when thin is impossible to blast or is th.. prm jpal, .ource'of.. nitrogen in ) STATE AT LAnOK;' or-
of the.. ad vantage* of well-settled suburban dig out the hardpan. A quicksand
12 acres in. Huburbs of Kissimmec\! communities.Some land under mill-soil is equally objectionable. All the loi I. Renl Estate

building lots nub-division' on one mile: high state; of cultivation.d. dark chocoiHte things},' : considered. Uu. ..beet; soil is probably Stamen, part "Hf a (f1owe'r which produces A Agent.
houses on otlie This fine little 1 farm mill bent in Klorida, ask. any 'x- pollen.Htaminate. KISSIMMKK.: : KI-OKI1JA
has I 5 acres under cultivationfivc'room one which) has. previously sup|a i rU-d Workmanship. Guaranteed as
pert.All' tin ,pleaMireN fiPagricullurt1 producing) stamens. .
house (not plastered but almost new ) 'tlHl-hol'lit'ullllr.) HS hobbies, and, a handsome a growth of holly. tllow-leavtii oak, 1 1lolw..od
Good the Best
all Pistil/, the. uvule-bearjng. .. o-f as
under fence 'IH
and worth $l2.r organ W. S.
an acre expense income 'it you; wish i on < hickory, and those other : HARWELL
Best bargain will find the Mower. It is often falToil! the fertileor
you i in miinv n these acre, mid one. and one-half sicivtrtiets . '
tree" usually found aswirtiil with thorn.
1 day. All for
$1.2110.. at from sirs) to if'J.V:! ) I : female organ. REAL ESTATE I
A nand) liutiii I. with a day or sandy-

eli\ fuh-soil., is. ilillii-glt In ,surpass. Pistillate, producing pistils. C. H. WEBKING:Si.5811B. : Notary Public at Large
Don't fall to write ;; I Chlorophyll is I the green coloring/ i I'
for Information of ,
'B me any A hunt intended/ for young treesliiuilil )!llco( 'n\. .el t"IH''H' "I'harmacj:

i ,. : kind acid ask all the questions yo'u would like to I l IN- \Mprepared.|| This prepa-i' i: matter of fit chlorophyll plants. ijnilj.sunli"ht By ; the ;rombineilacticci |plants i I KI-, .....1 IXMKK.I : :. "'1.I 1.\. 1

:i rut Kin' will depend! hugely upon| th,,- rareand
have atiswtired. I will send personal letter are able to build tissue from, the carbon I
yon a
l treatniyfT, wTty-h the, soil has received \ ANH tI."A a H 'K''K'I >
dioxic1' and, water of the t ,atmuspber.'
: and give you facts---All FRHH.w : : priVfou-ls, Land on V.IIH-II the. '

. fur .?Jrmlimit i\ ,).* ilioulil, prt-fI'rabiy. I bej DICKERSON VANS AGNEW & CRAWFORD .
IT COSTS
I j I lioiim lil\ i-Ivated 1 l.nd...! |put' under, iultiI ,- WHAT .. ..tt :>".:J..1"T:: :

I I 'al"Jr'" for a y' ,11- a'Vleait before. plant1 ,I will sell you Ntar'L: :: :'ic: F .v

1 I LrFnlnlneu.| raps' '< aiexeellent ..,
,
I Nirtl 10. I 1. 1I 1
inn "
To Live in Kissimmee and !?-
:Ito |pierrlir I In. M.llilii" of the llet-!>. : WagesUsually 'I'a' I ", FJII I IK "".. - .. "" "...Ij"
Paid. 'ITIK \\ I I" \U., pin r $1'I II ''
i Plow III gruuiid thoroughly break. i. , ,, I KI"l'tHi' f ftnRmA[
I I ;N;* I Hi" I' I k 411 l el i |i" i III'1"N
... I I ,.i-Jirii" .I. .. .. I II
The, table oj i .
iti-eplv." liarrov. il I le\el, mill) litne if following/ prices IH a- ,
ii' i "In II
in L.i!
. '.,olll in.l I it I i-.L 11 .01'.,' for Iii.- tii-i-' ,, near, -i-urtt. : <. :1".11_ ,M piwsil.le olilain. i .n. ni' ,I'.. M.r. i 4i n ,,.<. i i.iIn ,, t H. D. GEIGER

I <'oiniujiat, 11,* dn."i\\ti.,1: Flvrittal I thorn' tin' I alivlliJni, : 1..1a pal I i" ,i'i.''.
ttorl1c-nt'Lnw
\ ''I ,is aliso.utt-K. in n-ssary in I contemplating\> moving>( to I this city: .

( -' ln"n'ii>.'.iiiTot t 'iiiiexpet-tifJ, rolils" : I 11".1"I"\ ,4 lil.ISMIO H llkf| | l:.l 1"N Ihi vlr,,,,, M i '
1 ., , i 'tote Bunk HM
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]> | 1'n i.lit.- .i'i II |:
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trOI'"I'I'" "i-iy' ''o"I".IIOII un inter fi-v I I ,,, """I'.I'N' I IHI'II" I
Suit KIII-OII i lili-l" c ii.rlliH
,' sage'rvi's ..' It, : I-HHI-* II, I ,..nde", \ owl,, \ Vnl.r, -I i: I. I KissiiniTice Florida
*
'i'ssss.' sssssaLSSStats ............... se. li.alss.+stwe an- ... |I1.1 ,
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I.HUH H ti e?nl- | Hi i ,
... 1. In aFttltigin I citrus: fruit plant the U...- Ul ire, | : . ..
8wM-t I'l.liit'HjN. w l*, TSri-iil* linsliilliiti 1
per|
: :1 pi-ran, one. (r Ui*.re tinieM through arcIlun.'d )ril....im. II> to Jl 2'i i I'S'. 'l.ii-h-l.
,, III. .,o\ aronhnytoarea, !I. ,I.I,| I ,." In I 'c |Pr' II.SHll '
, JNKINS'OOIIA\ )
[
h + / MN-kT l I Itt I,1- |I" IIIIII rand
Ideal Fertilizers
; ,.inniiid; '
-i | nnil thi-"iii 'i-eilgi-wf gn-ive. 1'y I If "jl I IM-I II.

er. ** .I doing' tin- you gel: 11..1(01) :i pri>tital!
. ., ., enne.th .
t .. |"ir< ilut.. hut protect .\ ureitniA tree .I K-HI| Turk 111 1",1'' I p -I 'II."incur 10
.
Best and I I. Miuinli fu i 'I l lI ellI >
: Cheapest : I from heavy' winds. etc I ln.r1| 'Ii urea 4 lii, I".. ii.-i llLllriil > tl ll r\'eying- ,
... i IViivli.-f' 10 to 1 ''-,<- in r 'llAM.IIM I II lI
':i. I'l1Anl part citrus fruit pact pecans , ,
| I ir,1 r to I I-- in-i ILPura '
: : Celery Lettuce Cauliflower Beans.Potatoes : i l.jtnl IK. ii> J'IC'IIIT, Hi HOP
*
: .
.1. part makes
A. .. anil peaches. This an m- .
.. nlot/.d rural 12 lo 1 'IC'IM-T, Ih Iral I ft ling
... . '61IJabl'l ;combination. Cheone Cn-Mmtry 2.V Ib
TOIttutoes..C.ontnloupes . eating ant -* per
: . "
.. Hlack-KyedPumx : >!e per tllOn.
3. Plant tidi pecans at least forty feet ......." .. .". .f. flC' ....".. Ib; tiOUpprliMKhfl
l .. 'yGB'JI.ABLBS.:. ., ,,,',,.K. ''.. .... aha Ib Cold Drinks & Cigars
to
i ;', Send for our booklet, FLOUJDA }; It COP.'- apart, and utilize the large space between 'ulre.ns. deli :31 Ipr :. .
'resa .'i'"", .t1111e'i r ...l''" ;,;!! i,; i.'j lo f tc. nor 111keroeeng I
3 ;j> uiiis sdI'DcJiollll.or; raisicg all. the. principal products, of the wI the trees for corn*', 'rieanuts, .1" ....!., ;" : .V'KlAa 'iHtrvullon * OFFICE: IN FRATERNITY: IiALLKISSIMMEE'Fr

I ...... .I State;' cgrefullyrevised and brought up to.date by our most'successful "'"\r"'''. .! :: sweet ,(;potatocdel! K) 'f plant,*' and such Thicken Fxge-n. Fries": '""vy N i r,. >KHHgbtN II i}to.zfi 4 Oo
growers. No publication on this subject contains such :: other'quick producing and paying; prod- Corn rmckemi shelled irrown ...3ymW.... W.lirjC". 90c to per 80n bushel..uih, 1 A

: practical advice. All gardeners should have it; from the owner ... ucts. By doing this you keep the OaUi T<'o per bushel l _. -
k' ...._... 'Iron
Oranges M fiO to Cll |xr
::1" of the small home garden to the largest shipper. In it trill be : orchard under continuous cultivation 'urintcrm Sire to t-< 5"llUckninlthB !' '

found the special IDEAL formulas that have been constructedby ) : and fertilization.. HWtoJlr.ilC J. W. THOMPSON HONDA REAL [ESTATE fOR SALE I
Irarinir. t.aidavubhing Cl'I.OO' () r to l!&.''M'' per acre
;; careful study of actual field results. They are invaluable be-l .. Terms Used-in Discussing Fertilizers. ('l-rliiK l.jwl-aturnrilnu Jl"' "0 to roll' IXI' Beautiful! winter home sites i situated fIn '

t.. .:.: Ing'' perfectly balanced and from the RIGHT SOURCES Getthe : -The (question is often asked as to-the I Man......and..and Tm Melee. l.m I4.IK to to*$8.00' (II'II. i the Lake Region a} Florida.

.
iI ..1 BEST.and make MONEY. : .meaning of these terms so it may be' WafronN .(I'artiea- hirinic. to feed Batne f LP,).IM> and up FUNERAL DIRECTORand Trucking 84d Farming Lands in largeor

:: Call on our representative Waters & CarltOn Grocery Corne of interest to many to know them. Plows .H 1 0"'to M2.IH) small tracts.
Harrow *y.'O> to t1Y.'al! |
'n ?. i pahy, or address : Complete fertiiizer is one which con- Teachers $45 to'"5 a month '
CITY PROPERTY A -
:
Wood per cord 1.7 wau LICENSEDBMBALMER SPECIALTY j
the essentials .
tains three fertilizing
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Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Co. -
:
,e '* constituents, i i. e., nitrogen phosphoric Opposite Courthouse List your property with me for quick i
M Florida. '
Jacksonville : acid and potash. They All Demand It sales.

)j' i....1'A'i'r' ' +aa, #......'.................................; Nitrogen exists in fertilizers in three KISSIMMEE FLORIDA "
.. distinct forms, viz: As organic matter H. M. Breaker & Co.
. Kissimmee, LjVe Every City and ------, -
-- as ammonia, and as nitrates. I It is the

34: ,. most expensive fertilizing ingredient. Town in the li1l10., e ehe8 It. Osceola TitleGuarantee Box 17S' KISSIMMEE, FLA. I''


Organic nitrogen is nitrogen in com- with kindey ills want to be
People
If it is Something to wear 1 bination with other elements either. as W..C.V
cured. When suffers Ike-tortures
one j
animal matter The Company THI DUZOB;
vegetable or more relief ,
," of an aching back, -eagerly
I valuable sources are dried blood dried .
for. There remedies
_ ri sought are many
We Have It.: meat tankage dried fish and cotton """
I today that relieve but do" not cure.

seed meal. Here is evidence to prove that Doan's G. P. GARRETT Manager.Real .

Ammonia is a compound of nitrogen -.---- -'-- - ryf
I Kidney Pills cure, and the cure is last

Come us show you.. more readily available to plants than ing. Real Estate ,

i":11et. I organic nitrogen. The most common B F. Rails, of St. Cloud, Fla. says: estate
H ? Pities examined and reported on t
flrm' or"am
.
: 61" L. is sulphate or ammonia, "In view of my experience with Do&n'. Taxes paid for nonresWentsInitrumpnti : i1.i, fl
monia It is of the first :
phosphate. one relating to real estate
be
Kidney Pills 1 believe them to a f
: REMEMBER '" __- products that results from the decayof valuable remedy for kidney trouble. I rfullj drawnCorrespondence KISSiMMLB FLORIDA.
'
,
: animal substances
vegetables! or ,
[think my complaint was brought on by Solicited

4 r 'i 'Our Store Stands for'QUALITY" Nitrates furnish the most readily the strain on my baok from working at I ..-\ ,lgiant .j"''
--- afkJ8t at.a0.alts
available forms of nitrogen. The most
my desk. I had intense pains throughmy r
common are nitrate of soda and nitrateof kidneys and the secretions from M.. TILLER i :'\

potash (saltpeter). these organs were unnatural and'too The Home :Bakery Man i'

1 ' Phosphoric acid one of the essential frequent in passage, also containing a I Real Estate Agency. T 'Mlw

fertilizing ingredients is derived from
gas AI heavy sediment Deciding to check Takes this' opportunity to thank rM
called It aaaa.aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaawata. A

..' C. W. DANK"THE not materials exist alone, phosphates.but in combination does, the supply trouble of Doss rrp?. ulbl.Kidney";- I Pills procured and be-a the good people of this city for Realty bought and sold. .r_

liberal and would
most commonly as phosphate of lime in gan their use. Relief soon followedand their patronage Houses rented. i

the form of bones:rock phosphate, and after I had finished the contents of also take this means to say that Taxes paid and Titles-ver f

acid a few 'boxes. I was in goed health, I our, limited facilities far making 'j
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STORE QF QUALITY"Pioneer phosphatic slag. Phosphoric occurs for nonresidents.Fire i
pleased to give Doan's Kidney Pills will for awhile
: three ...soluble am goods prevent ( ) our
jn fertilizers in forms- strongest endorsement." Life and Accident In-
my general delivery to all parts of the
reverted and insoluble phosphoric For sale by all dealers. Price 60 cts. surance. j

acid.Superphosphate. / Foster-MUbum Co., Buffalo N. \('? sole city. Quality and variety will be Indemnity Bonds. .. i

in natural or; 111)- agents for the United States. maintained always. Our nice L ((1
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Remember the nameDoan'sandtake 'V''V'-v''V'-v' _ .. .
r treated phosphate. the phosphoric acidIs no other.Confonning i'f;

The Insoluble in .water and not readily HOT ROLLS and BISCUITS ---- -- 5 .

Plumbing Shop available to plants. Superphos hate is With the Ordinance. Also HOT BREAD

'- prepared from these by grin ing land' We apply the, water test in accord I I i FOR SALE CHEAP FOR CASH ;i

KIS8IMMES. FLA. H. EDMUND SWABBV. PROF. treating with sulphuric acid,, which ance to section 16 of the\ City Ordinance i"
| will be ready mornings and after- (
makes the acid available toO .
phosphoric and guarantee our work in every respect j
I and nice of 'Orange Grove 19'2"old
noons, a variety 'PIES
plants. Superphosphates are sometimes\ placing the quality of materialas '
O SANITARY I PLUMBING called acid phosphates. the ordinance directs, thus safe- | and CAKE-PartIes and WeddingI trees. Seventeen acres UI't;'t f t
: TINNING AND SHEET: METAL der fenc One mile '
/ < ; WOFtK I a specialty.
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Potash, aa a constituent fertilizers guarding the public sewer gas .

ti !peCl..1 Attiiatio.given. to A11I tx.d: of nep..1r. exists: in a number o(;.forms, but chiefly which breeds disease. city. Apply to I"I I
The Pioneer Plumbing Shop,
L as chlorid or muriate and a* ..lIlpbate.I 4-tf Office phone.214, Broadway.Old I HARRY W, THURMAN

214 Office All forma are freely soluble in water' A. SMITH GMYSTORE HOTEL, (ISSIHNEE. FLOIIIM tiI
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(- - '. about this Colony is. everybody u2bt-before..comiaa hare '4nta. 1

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

is located in,the hilly region of Pasco and HillsboroughCounties. . More than TWO Hundred 'families have come here from other r

t '. railroad depot as shown by-the profile of the Seaboard Air Line rail ,.. ', Colonies in this state and have bought here and the most of the.rri" i,

+ road is 157 feel'above: sea level. Maay>t surrounding; hills rise have built and are well pleased. Over l.OOO heads of families f;

\ .to over 250 feet above sea level, and therq is. not a steep or abrupt .- 1 _. .* have bought here representing probably '5.00O people. There/ is 'i

\. i hill anywhere. The soil is a reddish- yellow or. chocolate;; colored no "Kickers Association" and the Colony is not on the defensive

loaan. In many places clay and rock croo out. No more productive against complaining Colonists. The Colonists are 8a.1I&fi and- - ,__ l
- "' upland soil can be found in the state.: Corn has been known (16 yield ; contented. '

over 40 bushels per acre; while the common yield *>f potatoes is from Zephyrhills is a regular station on the main line of the Sea-

200 .0 500 bushels per acre. Eggplants Onions Cabbaged: Tomai board Air Line railroad. The station is still known as Abbott. All i

? t U! t }fetors: ,s eanfc; :JT.t>apcjt.iand) : m fact ill farm products do well on this-.. trains stop here and one may go from here into New York City !

soil. It 1:1.the perfecksofl'for peaches, plums and pears: excellent ,. I without change of. cars. Only 58 miles by rail from Tampa where "

", for oraogfes and. grapefruit. the Mallory S. S. from New York make regular weekly trips. Also

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

bearing rock is quarts; hence no !impnrities in the water. It is found regular trips. Also steamer connection with Mobile and New Or- x

after passing through yellow or reddish'clay and flint rock from 3O to leans. There is no doubt but what this is the best Colony. 'in the . ti

80 feet rising in the wells to within ] 5 to 30 feet of the surface. State in which to Icrcate. ' ? *. 4

Not'a trac1e'of lime: sulphur saltS or other' mineral: can be detected.'It .
You can buy a B-acro tract of 'land and receive with It a town lot for $YR earth br, for $82.BO payable
has to been analyzed and. pronounced. "Pure Water.: 1 $7.BO cash and (5 a month; for IB mow. No timber or turpentine' reservation to Hbno you t tI r

.. off your land. Title ttouud ; potifteHttlon Immedlale and absolute .

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:* Order 6f Publication. Order ;;P ;i o---r same being the r.tb day of Mt..b.. !'.I1I..nd.b.1 '
WILL YOU LET 20 CENTS A DAY STAND
Legal .Adv rtiemeats. tits the Circuit Court ef the Beveith Judicial Iu the Ircult Connor the Brvviith Judicial 'iu agalnm default you'tbe&uo/ judgment will be entered. '

Circuit of tb* 8tate Ag KlurliU In and .for On- .......
,I'"II il the Florida In Slid for
of 0.1. --
'fjr* ? M baud and Heal this 90tb day of
Ituera lye
LNotice my -
; In Chancery. BETWEEN YOU AND HOME ?
: crol&Cunty, usury T. Baas, rrera.uuulr Clianri-ry. RolMTt It.Bev. nary A. D. lull.\ j A ";
I the 01 .
asAd9nlaiitratorof estate .Walter ties'Sr
of ; .I". as Kimnllmi othe. v.taU of Ollviuei.rllar.veac C. F PREY ATT,
'.. Mastecsf'ale'l t tII Deceased.UusaJd. Henry T.BBSS, In his 'L'r
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minor. oinpla4uaut .
l &Ur.. 1 h b'1'bO.. aoObj'virtue ,< vs. Sheriff or.Oiceola County.Beggi : I
] I. owntrtght, and" Cola Base, hla wife Mary N Ifa .F. l'r. att. P l-x-olnc-laadnilnlatralor of You.can'bi
It ;)Palmer. :
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of a dual Dyne of r"or\ olo.ure Isaued Bast, widow of the\,aald Walter B.aiBr.de"' : the estate of C. A. Cummings, deceased and Plaintiff5t '
(out of and under Ihe> sftal of thai,jClrculf\font ceased. ::olurabiuc. Basa.Jlerths Lee Psnin, harsh CummlugsISORINFS. Cummlngi Jacob Attorneys. for ,
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Sol; the Seveoth J udic-U. Cirou It of the Suite oft and Henry O. Partln her buaband" Ella .Far Cutiunluir. Mary> WlllUma and Jennie $1.000 .to' ,$2.000

"..rlda. In and OsceolaCounty, In ChanceryBitthiM. tin and John Part, b..IIII.b.Dd. .IeroyBaoi. Frump aa Leto of laid enlato. and all pur. Order cf PublicationN \

I [ In certain elms therein 'pendlugfwhejelu Clinton II.... Edna Baas,' and FloraBelle suns claiming MU Interest Iu the property 10) Circuit'Court ";"of th. Rev DIb'' JudicialCircuit II 0 .M E"r-=?
A.V.Wiuu IcCoinplalnant'md' Henry Infants,, b their friend E. O. lo the .
; B.asl ;; next .
negloaureof
: <|< fhMbufdewrlbeddefendauur( f 'fur
I of-the (Male of Florida" In and .
.uondeat, tbe/Underiigned, a*
l2. fllias.Re| Vana Annew"a; heir of said estate. Canplslnant *- .
- .HpoolaJ! Ma nr In Ch.nceryi. will sell *public i *. 'fe: BenryC. DaY lOD. FrederickW. I I MortgageTo Whom It May Concern, lireeling- appearing 1 I I Osoeola county, la chancery. Anne PalmerFell only ., e
; uttry"durlm; the legal hours of sale before thecourt I VavUan,. and John 1IlIullbu. OllnP.Kughey and K. Nelson FelL-her hunbaud.coiii..
Door. In the oily of Klnslmmee. ., in from the sworn till of complaint Sled plalnanl, vs Loall .P. Befton. F. M. Oliver ax 5 cent
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: house heirs of the estate<6t< L P. flugbey In tblH cause that there. Interestedlli per
'said Osceola count?. uu Monday the Sib day ofMarch and .1 arepcraoua -'Eaeautorof the Last Will and TealamentofNanute '
I deeeaaed all persons claiming sa Inter
the Involved lu fflttH mull otb..rU..n
properly i ..01" M simple (Interest.
described C. Oliver, deceased, the > .
D. mloc t real
A. In
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pet ) the property pesorlbed tbis.Biil the known defru'liint.. and l that the
tid ) In his. own right, and JulleIOlI..er.
Oliver
|learate.itua" ld mid P.eII.Mupb ) Coranlalnt, l>ef* danla. Blll,_lo remove of inch ... .
named iutfrmt d. unknown
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'The o thrAh ffajrujaot.it,>tt>iO';, : lIon'l'' INlu .1.0\1.\ iii.. *. i I' to the complainant, end that relief\ .inprajttdltl MB wife Annie B. Bryan aaci N., C. Uryan_. I . a- e--r f M F
...of tee.uuthk.itqua"",t of the 1I0ro..I'u..oo : ja To Whom It Mar Concern: tbe said 1 bill of couiplalbt .alnkluvh her husband ':Ola Mamie Oliver sad and.I C.Helen N Ollrer. Return the principal at the rate of f 7.60 Pier month on_the $1,000 !"
her KdKar'J.
1 the southwest quarter of theimortheartttuarierof It appearing from the worn Bill .of Com- unknown defendants. .husband hi. wife. Carson and Y. B. Carson giving you TEN AND A HALF YEARS to pay back tb.loaa..Can >i. I
Ruby
olSenrtKhVe *
i the tIOulhw"'quarter pl-'pt.1U.. *, ..t ; lad thlt'weJt'SaTfbtthu.outhwrt her husband Thad. H. Oliver, and Cecil. O1Uver. pay as noonaa you like Stopping .
quarter eon Interested la the property Involved In this
lug.u Intertill Iu, audio the \ deaoribod a
following And all lntereW I
biB .If. claiming
of the oO"lhw"'lqlUl'' |>ersous
aa'rter auit, ethe.banl the known defendants and
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RituaUxl In the of Owe o'r
property County
the In Into Slit deaeribedeDefendants. ;
in
i ter, and the northwest quarter of the "orth..tq..rte..ol thaI. the name of -auch persons,ao Interested Ole, Hlate of Flo..ld.wlt: property Bill to Remove Cloud from J plan will help yob 4p pay off that Mortgage Bnyo BilIl L -

. th. northwest qutrter tf fjheaoatb.we ... unknown to the complainant; and that" All blocks H, I, J and K of R. H. P. Drought's Title. a Horh_ lWlhytPiy'BNtt' ntdtih ftrli>ibratdrr lx n"gJbur,
' northwest quarter'and' tb.w.I1 .
of the
Quarter llet l dJa.-'II.u.MLIW1.9UII.IIIPlelo\(! ( addition to the City nf Kisstmmeer, noordlng to \
"" "" neb _' d"du.tIMl""u'rtiered.t1ta'.t .. To AU Whom It May Concern : ? proposition in dell/ail. .
SKnrn :
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till. ,,'rr'---' ,..s.aw r"".... th__' worn. bill of complaint, I I-I Ja ,

w ter of the northwest. quarter, and the weebJf toe an1" interest nand to the following described I .1>0 appear, herein to filed the on complainants or before the bill Bale of complaint Dayin filed in In till cause, that there are in persons this sui.interested S'I:' A. T D .. :R ;:53i: 4 cMh.: : . N ': a
the propel'tn.olved ,
of the northwest quarter of the soulhwea4uart property situated In the County of 0"1 March A. D. lull\ towlt: Ou the lath: day other than the known defendant ; and thattheuamuwofcock CURr, : 8UlLDiNO-! T A. FLORIDA i ,
w III ...,1100 eleven, township twentySueoath ola and State of Florida to-wlt:
; of mid mouth of March. persona. Interested. .
arc
east. eonlalnlngzty eo,
( Of rang twenty-nine Tbe North b.llof the Northeast quarter of
And I tin further Ordered that this order be
unknown the complainant and that relle.IB
(00 acre more or 1_. Section Twenty-five, In Township i
Twenty-flve
published oooe week for twelve connetntlTeweeks / prayed In Ihe said Bill of Complaint C; A. CARSON, President C. BBVAN HECRKI RY' )
.' Terms of .sale essh.Dated South .( Rana* Twentyrnlpe But, do appear to .. in' the Klnalmmea Valley (l-eiett, anewapaper t
January 19, 1011 af if 1..11II6e', Fla. the Oom lalnUlte' Bill of Compjalnt, herein against such unknown defendants"
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Arthur E.Donegan, Sled before lb'. Rule ID March, published In said Onceola C0Ohtyand ; It In Therefore Ordered the all pornupa a L
on or Day AiD. , o
of general' circulation In Bald county. The Waters 8&
the
interest In and to following
,1 'j Hpeclal",Master' In Ch.neef" 19jlj) ....w t.; .On tb.GUIta| of the said Witness the Honorable Minor S. JonesJudge described claiming situated In the county1Oaoeola of
am Agnew Crawford; (Seal 1I) month of March; else th.4 Bill will be tak. haudaa Clerk property
of said and
Court my of
and State FloridLwlt: .
4-5t
.I i Hollclton, for Complalrant. i..D as confessed. 5gnditlafuyti thereof, and the olllcla) seal. of said Court, thus Lou I and 2. or the fractional nortliea < ta
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s-J | "rorderedthht: > I.bl.ord.r the flnl day of December A. D 1U10.AKTiirRR. .
In twenty-five,
J.1 of section 12 township
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rA l published once a week fortwelro oonsoautlveweek. quarter Grocery Company
IK>NKUAN, [tsoai] dd to tbtomplsiuaut's .
east
.: south ol range thirty appear ;
Real In the Klsslmmea: Valley Oasetle, aDllbUbedJa
to Sell I Court
'l .l, otice of Application Clerk Circuit : ? Bill of fomplalnt, herein flied. ,
l Estata. r1 II' I newspaper MYdOsoeula said County:: By Elizabeth Johnston D.. C. ou or before the Rule Day In liarrth: A.D., !I''ltawlt tri
i and of general elroalatloa County. Vans ear Crawford,
Witness the Honorable Minor.-Donee, judgeof I Agnew/ Solicitors for; Complainant. : on the ftth clay of acid mouth of March; i| Wholesale and Retail Qealer, in- :: .. e

I' U given that the uQdl'l1It..l/ed l ...... elm the said bill maj be taken as confessed.,
Notice hereby said[;Coujrt Jafl* my bawd as Clark th. of.andtba ---- --- - -
n ifseculora of the> "last'will' and J tejtanfeirtj otlleory 1 ofaolal seal ol saidoeurt, this the lath: I And It i> Further ordered. That this. ordnr be I GROC.ERi.E-
\ Nichols Oreli.f,,';,dot. ...:.... w11t make day of December, A. D.; 1910. Notice of Attachment.In publishedonceaweek for twelve cwuHeCutlrewe !

Spplloatlon, lo tbe Hon George F. Parker ARTHUR I. l In the KUslnimee Valley Umutlf. a
1 I e DODKQAN [ .all|
t-'oUntv Jndge of Osc...>|aCouuty, State ol Florida Clerk Clreult Court. Circuit C nrt.I.b JudltUl Circuit of rioijl.la.iu ne'wupaper published in add Oweola county I
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O.peol.
0'' t'.4 In ProbaU. on Monday, the Bid day ofiarch. I Vans Agnew'A Crawford. and for Couvtv Mary Vannler and of general circulation. in rid county. I II --- -- --r. 1
for anirder and her huftbenJ vs. Robert B. W.Ioe-To( Wltneailbe'Houonble Minor 8. Jouei Judgeof
1911 .t 10 A. M., on said day
Solicitors for Complainants. M-121 r
ri : authorizing thetaajeiat. .rlva.e sale, byrtj I. < -J I Robert, \ Wallace., defendant, and all other I said court, and my hand. aa clerk Cheroot WE SELL WE BUY !

did j.ldezeeuton.of the following described. realI persons Interested in the above entitled and the official. aaelof said court, thin the 16thdsyof . ........ ,, ?
*"" Citation of Administration.In cause or any of the )ands hereinafter. .de i Mi"i* >*mujm ",- fif
iitata to-VIt D.,1910Arthur .
OcoU. County
In said " D..pnbe..A) "''..- .
il B Southeast quarter of the northweat auarprnd feourt of la. bounty; ,Jud.e. Hut of Florida: acfibud You willtakeuotice: that the K Donrgan, \ HAY Hfl&fiS1FURS T
northwe.quarterof on Jbthd.yofOtober Clerk Circuit Court /
half of the [ tialJ) _
tbe west .
f Katate of Htella: O. Wright Oteeola CountyMotlRe ,
I filleoUontwmtyavel2dtheeoalhhalf( ); ofecAlon .. 1910 snit Nea Instituted against you.: Vane Agnew: Crawford.hullclloni GRAIN a
.E lo Creditor: 'Robert n. Wallace, In the (Circuit courtofthe
((27)) the southeast quarter"a.1 I for Complaiuanta.r.I' I
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lwenty-even the south IHalf, ttrest ., All person having debts or demand againiit 7th JudIcial CMrculf of Florida. In and| < .. FERTILIZERS . r
e i)) Hectlt.n twenlnine (211)) ; The Katat of Stella G. Wright deceeeedr.rehereby alajnonnty. U attachment, by Mary ".. .' / WOOL ''
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the north- foro.w"'l
half of the northwest quarter required to preeent the same, duly authentleald her 1..nll..m..y l Vaunler. and Ib.. Notice for Publication. SHINGLE T :
northwest the north
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",) I'lest quarter of the quarter and the south. within the time required by .law, I att..<.hmenl dated, October 'A. Viiq was Issued. Department Of the interior U H. Laud 1ldlre AND y
H Jail 6f the northeast northeast quarter of Sec- and all persona Indebted to said Estate are required by the Olerk o4 lb. Circuit Court ualertbe .seal at GalBeiYllle Florida. Jauuarv 21, Illll. ORANGE BOXES -

1 )Srest quarter\ of the the north quarter half ..theiitorthweat to make Immediate payment to of said Court on said O."rr Ydh,1910, and onJIT -' Nolle 1 I. hereby given that Henry ti. Kertic '
(iioa thirty-three (US) ALL
southeast A. E. DROUGHTS and by "Irl".r. aokl writ of attachment I of "Whittler Florida who,' ou April e, 1..04. niiuleHomestesd ORANGE WRAPS
r quarter of tea quarter Administrator. Eetate of Stella <0. Wright. J Deeeaaed. have levied upon the following desoribedluu, Kntry: No. 3411.Serial! ' Su. lUMW, ) .
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jlhe of the southeast quarter --,
southeast quarter
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A fi-tf tracts or parcels of land situate lying andb for N KR. ecllon 3.!, Township 31 Mouth Range .VEOETABLECRATES., COUNTRYPRODUCE
gnarlerofSeotionthirtySuert' ,
tnd the southwest 'lug In the County of OHceola, and State of 34 EasUlallshasMe Meridian .IMB tiled notiie .
' I n [34)); a<.1 l In Township' twpnlyflTe (4S) South I j tweoty-eiicht I fcS) E>.t'cqtalna.ar-] J I .
it .'+. JUnge hundred siM' fwentMlTaofadrcf, nfor* Notice lAeraAV resin .. bgitees. An uudirlded one.half Interest ,_Ui half claim, lo the land above described" before -, j
', enleen. distributees and all person bavlugolumsor of unction. twenty-seven (27/, south halter Hec the Clerk of the Circuit; Court, at KInlpi
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or le of I .tjon twenty-eight (::110\), southusiit quarter of mew Florida,00 the hit day of >>.r\b.: lull.
oft demands against the estate J C. Dine deceased
.atKlarflmmte.. Florida, this 27th day sell 4inda.r
We field and
f Pated>> tw..o.t'III"II. garden seeds of all i eWe
rt late of Osoeola county, will present the Hertlon : ), northeast qiinrMi and Claimant nameaa* witoe.s.L. :
vi111 January, ,HAROLD A. D. 1911.caTCLIFr'B BRRN8IDK! same within two years,properly! authenticated, south half of sectluu thirty-three (;.Bj) Section U Fertlo" of Whither Florida; give special attention to fitting out ting and ICamping!
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- HENRY RtLPH URKNSIDE, and all persons Indebted lo said estate will thirty-four (!M), and northwest guiKetof<: fleo- J. D. Bmltb.: of Whlttler. Florida; parties. t l

Kiacntors, of Ills last Will cud Testament make Immediate psyn>fit tft _._ floes.Ih1..t!-!!!. J3A' ), all In Township twenty O. K. BaaSrOf Whittier, Florida/ ; Free delivery in city limits. Phone tlo., N l
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; five (&) saiitlToi Range thirty-one 31) Ea .. R. B. Wlllla, of Whittler Florida.
&imTvr.=...i-L--; ...a..r.e.t. ...AL.l-D11'l'TO"' forL
was agents' for f"rtil Ask!
are county good rs. us citcular5
\ Crawford Administrator Eatat of J. C. Din, IMoeased.8C Yon are, therefore> required lo appear. to the HENRY! CHUBB.

K'y Vans Agnew Attorneys* "51C Cloud Fla.. Jan. 26. A.D. 111. 6t rid action,- on the Rule Day In March 1911, the bat I K lsUr. and prices. on fertilizers.'r'( .- -- .,..'..,

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'ft beginning an article( with 'the pxpreg .rCi&slmrneeFlorida.,, .. : ,..When .wishing tobuy;jyourljtUe gifts whv not look over '

Y THE -'LAUNCH ,CAPT. WELCH lion, '"No event of .importance .bas Show. Cases; Fixtures," Safes, .. .\1 -. .a varied.stock.of presents ranai? ;.from, . ,

I i LINDA transpired since" my J last," fornince!, *" 11 Typewriters". .. .... --i' ; lOc to $161.60 at
.
t'* ,
.'. previous items forwardl'll,'.the ..
Leaves and 200; p'. mi" Were' Computing Scales and Office "
w City' Dock-JDailyat.8:5O\ : a. m ; mooring
cow* have .been ,ox! .lowing, '
a f" Returns; ,.1.1 : O""4lrrt;and 6:00: p. m. . Filing Devices!: ; .
j Ar, wr '4 sheep Meetlngi; dogs ,barking' ;,, hog * 1 :Ye; GIFT SHOP"'l"-"
s rv 'j -FOR4 -- .., ""grunting, chickens,, cackling) roosters, SPECIAL JlGEMf Wlf '. p

1, ,. I w crowing, ducks quacking, O'" tlilum lewls Upchurcli Co. ,
growling; leer stalking. turkeys, gobbling .' ,
9 HUNTING .. Grocers .. (.Something Different)
.
WholeauI.
ami Grain
: Kissimmee Park. and the conservative gobbler I Hay .
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'FISHING .BATHING: Btruting/ as pi-ouifly, Us lhe, moat fantid- : and ; Orange Wood Souvenirs, Carved GocoanulHead's "+
bus cuXf-omb! when upprtoiK-hing hit best! KINGAN & CO., Packing House Products *
and
Wood
Jars Palmetto
Novelties
I Ijobacco ,
girl. The lofty'pinelumid the'graceful"" J Jl "ak.'. .01 AOIIIcatNL. tour 4i4, .,t SullclMTAILORING
t I.. Tarpon fish Scale Novelties tittiqalor
:****.**...***..**..*.******.* *...****.*.*****.****,******,t l palmetto Lire rustling in the wind, alii1' '
(vods X-mas
Meads Cards and
k th' pine straw In falling Nothing t Souvenir l&opks( ,

-: I As Since; my. last urticlupahaw:, bauish.? i Cards, ? rlisl' Materials, (Box Paints* anal r.
.
, :KISSliO/CBE/ DRUG CO. ? ,i (the, tliouglit.. for even the railroad i'li 'Slali fJer)', land/ Painted 'Picture's. In fad Novelties \
i.
: corning: t the automobile. wagons and 'I'IIs
a of every description. : . .
'd :: ; w' fjathait.Blolint and Sessions Wniddi'n.urn .

l DRUGS :1 y jiirklnV, Arranges.. as art few achieve, but) Best Selection' of Mechanical in Town
<"I )Itoirf'telHuti; about nothing worthy! ; Toys

of notion., f
",,' :: 41 tin figliermeu. seining i and all nature law I

;' ; hoitining, while. the nun is shining. He DAIILINOTON AVK. "The Early" Bird Gets the
.: DRUGGISTS': SUNDRIES, STATIONERY +,, that (tilth eiir-4 to hear and eyes to see, Excel All Others in Kissimmmee I IleanlngOj Worm"h
.
'L .,; let .him be liilth hearing and 1 seeing h

.***%*..**#...*.*.************* rwwwwwwYwwYwwwwwwwwwt . . *.. what woinlorB Wod old dame nature i iroiiHtantly lit : > t 0.. ---, '-- -,--. -,-- -- ---- ",-, -- : ..0

t.: tlis. .laying, while, the )birds l epairing "-

"' arc .Hanging the. belles and )beaux loving I 1
.
j and l your '\nrreslsmdent| is writing -___ .. ...__ _ ____ I H--H"l"H'+,++$+ H"MH"H"H''l"l"l'H"H"' <"H'H'+i++++++4 ;

and say in); nothing, und it may )be well f
i. EVERY SUCCESSFUL MAN ACHIEVES '
It'( Hay form'thing about! .stopping./ THE CASH STORE
a SUCCESS THE SAME WAY Patrick Henry Haiti "on1l'lhinlaboul; Bargains:

I'hiiking/ up the. Nile with bullruslies. I + '
-- BY SAVING MONEY but! we could< ) ,come very near stocking In all kinds of Real Estate. I ::: First Door_ North of Pos toff ice i :;

?' t Do you want to\ be succenHful! Start Having now 1'ut your money in :your esteemed) journYiI with events thathue Fire and Life Insurance andArmour's j, ++ ..-........, J ?'
-' l been occurring,',' nur last. I Inn + + '
r' /
Fertilizers. Rent- | ::: There you will] find SHOES HATS t
,
:
:I
is a grain sullix, but, a" the Irishman
THE CITIZENS BANK OF KJSSIMMEE ing and Coflecting Rents a | "
Y Haul, "We'll be after ::
leaving that
""' pintfor Specialty. Taxes paid for | $ ,; DRY. GOODS AND NOTIONS," all of best
the. .
present. Non-resLdents.
We have more Savings Accounts than any cither Bank in Once again our election district has I quality and lowest
:$:: prices.
.. Gsceola County. I
inmuirtulizi'il), .itself l"y meshing a R- O. MEEKI +
t. A Savings Bank loaned FRKK.; I If you hllv..n'tl'n'ur..tone grand reunion limner. roust pork, l>ur1 1:1
I ,
do no.at once. Kissi Call Before Buying Elsewhere 'I
-r 1 lii'fiii'il venison and 1 beef (coffee' milk in nice. Flu. I __-
.
Ak President W ILNORT<)N ...hl"rI |H"latoes, pies' ,-'uk's. and t uthor' things I II +
Aarhus K. OONBOAM. winch ihjnini'nt "rcmemliereth not I +++++++++++++++++++++.4+, .II++.I++I'-F4-+++++++++++++
I
tT'altUII ass"rtnn'ntgtxsl l enough,:: for.

i I any uisenihlugi. of liaiujueters.. No GUY PLATT JOHNSON 1 f

vote. were, cant until after dinner thesaid t
I No 6 Mmin lldK. Liktlind Hi
ARNOLD dinner" "'lnl{ I thorough dlscusned I i iARCIIITEC1'
W. H.
.. before voting ounmeiicfd. The latter BOOST KISSIMMEEAND

part of the repahtSv, HK taken up in ,eat ci 'I .
Contractor and Builder
." lug Mrs. Laura; ; ISIoKnt'd 'nuperh. cupcakes
and those' delicui'ieXsu Impressedour I I BUY SHOES F
PLANS "'HI;> ET'.TIE' FU..NIHIED Designs for All Classes ot Buildings
.. minds with that lady'tKname that
ON A.C TIONi
4 .j' we resolved 1 that I if we could riot 1 vote I
RESIDENCE WORK A SPECIALTY
for her we" could l honor the nantVw so L. WHIDPEN &' CO.We
I guarantee my work, when completed I. to be j
J5lount was the battle cry: acid evemother's
just a" contracted for.i I
/ son of us went to the polls. 8'7- mpdlmo
:i > CAP. O. !loa .97 IReaid.rce. Upper Rroadwav'N and voted, 'her narne.; The Governorhad
assure you up-to-date service i
KISSIMME. FLORIDA I'hurgtll' I the ballot box, and that
'N -4
'I r 1 gentleman mid Rex .startvd I from home C. W. Griffin

y' -- Monday night\ and encamped near the "

------ -- -- - precinct so ax to be on time Tuesday, ANCY - .
,

........... ................ morning., as The the splendid second" l. I inspiration assortment wasTracy of FAMILY I GroceriesAND .
-
,Z EMIL MACH ERNEST MACH S well cooked viands! sent out' )by that esteemed '
I - \
Alt Standard Oil Co.,; (lady would have, in all probability ,

$ /2 :MACK: :: :BROS: : Tracy, and called Hlount.for a ticket tome men denominated vote (01'lund..r FRESH-MEATS ,

" some for mtftiey and influence, Delivery Every Day at Any Hour
%t' -- t Livery. Feed and Sale Stable' : but the good, squ>tfe epicurean will vote Patronage Solicited; ...


,;v ,..,'Agt. International Harvesting\ -.Co. .. '4. every things time whicn forXnose refresh;that the furnish inner those man. North Kissimmee. Phone No. 8 Prize Offers from Leading Manufacturer 1\

? ." .,' .1T\7.tIX rL' You may/tall this bribery iC .,you like, Book "Hints nventors.-"nventionsneeded." ...
on patents.
ALIT t.
=2S I3EA.4Y HA G.
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L' but wlifero a'man's appetite is,-there. '
v 'SpriggFlerniifg. 'Why some inventors .fail. Send rough skeuh! or model, for'j
': :: Everything new'and first class. Welrender prompt!land wit e found his life also., search of Patent Office records. Our Mr. Oreeley was formerly.

:1; .. Satisfactory service day or night. range picking is again the order of Acting Commissioner of Patents and eslsuch.hadfuU.cltargeotthe
q 1"
.., the day. Thus far about one hundred CLEANING ;
U. S. Patent Office.
:.' ONE: HALF BLOCK FROM PASSENGER DEPOT and fifty hoxes have been removed PRESSING ,I

Phone from the Tracy groves and the remainder DYEING aud
Klssimttiee Fla. 1J : .
)' it is supposed will be picked
REPAIRINGLea.ro GREELEY&MclNTIRE
'
J J!. ..................... ... next week. ;.. .- o :
\ We are glad to notice that still
,we 0
word at my house and clothe) ., 0
-- -- -- have an appreciative Board of County will be called tor and returned. o WASHINGTON D.: C.

Commissioners. If our citizens will I 0

j take into consideration the fact that Satisfaction Guarantees "
/No.!> 1101The
.
your advertising has created so many .
Qsceola Lumber additional taxpayers that the reductionof ," }

individual taxes will more than comB ,
ensate for present expenditures. You
.
,, 4 are not overating this country. If any a

r. ,t CortfpanyDressed are dissatisfied after coming here, bearIn .,
,
,' I
t mind that it's the human nature -

there is in' them. Most of _us want j
+ DEALERS IN-
r summer when winter is here, and win Osceola Hardware Company .. '

ter when summer comes. The Gardenof ,
,. Rough d Lumber Jden!: found fault-fmders, and would ......
'
today if inhabited by very many of us.
Our conservative gobbler has extend up-ode
WINDOWS DOORS '
ed his plantation over the areittakenu'p I

l SHINGLES LATH BRICK LIMENOVELTY .. for the corn crop, and the lady-of ? (
,
the house issued a writ of ejectment, to furnish estimates on all kinds-

and the culprit being brought before f:

WOFRK her honor and proved guilty, was sentenced I
.. of PLUMBING PIPE FITTING :
to have one wing cropped. which ,
" sentence was promptly carried into
GENERAL BUILDING MATERIAL I effect by the officers of the court. -4T() ,
'\ Will not empty my budget this time.. ,t/:
.
REx .
:; S. rt Free Deliv ry to All Parts of City r

-. I ..... HATH .ROOMxAND. TOILET


="r 9 ;;,J'J FIXTUREH I A SPECIALTY ;,

tYo'

........... w m %. ...... ........... ,"

.I- WHAT: IT MEANS All Fixtures and' Work Fully /

U5 yanr' eOph.do not know wliaft a Batik's In for. or the fhtr.r.nn.wau hef' "lI v. had headache'for'two years; v
a bank of (Iasi.or no"'.VI.... anil 0118 with l h.rtr8| ".[>ltal. buffered )badly; could; not read or sew Guaranteed. .

sf A HANK'H CAPITAL AND HUKP1.UHIs i with any comfort; Watixunafcle to go in ,

Is.fuad that | rot.ul4. IbwdaiM" iiltom from I...., therefore' oho larger It 1 I. lbet' d f any bright light without suQVring with
'' KMsaar protwrttoo the d._ltam lia.o. TlilH bank ha. a ,:
'. J \ Uapllalof .. .. . ... t'Ah.nlls MIHarping my eves. /
,at. ,>r, food n.lfhlilir .. '" :::,... 2>,"'iili UlHtookboldara "I consulted Dr. II. Kdgar Co e and 'II: w,
%a \ .., , iM.uua on' :
he fitted with and have"not
', A total\ .. ". ', me glasses
of lii.ftoo ootbal
',& ... had headache since wearing the glasses} OSCEOLA ;
,, TLt. n nat IOM II1AOoo"OIl, bnforn our depo ltor. could li>M a HARDWARE CO. <
'ek; ..a$. Tkte loa to lot. YOl7.STA ,; can read and sew and have no unpleasant .

results, and can see perfectly: S. L.
BANK OF KISSIMMEE LUPFER Manager '
.f "Hattie Koegel, e
0. 1 "Gotha. Fla." -
.../ aCINM Mali.. fLA7e.III7A. j .
t Dr. H. Edgar"Cole can be found at
ARGON N M. LEI!: N. k CARSON
Tt M. 't ''r .O r..4.a.. roe-Prpnldeut. . h.h1Aq.. ir" C. A. Cole's iewelry store, Kissimmee,
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4 : Years of .J
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ASHES ROACH PEPP.I htal,
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.w ISOi'sf """" i Prudent jnanagement: ,
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toruM'' + L Wuooo r I'U>;the care and-
(WrjlataMlLsf a ,of Ihe-fund* entrusted yp s GLENN-REAGIN
uur'rrw.a. ,i.a.. r n..l s.a.K. I .. .
f'y HMqilltow. K p TMu M4 nu away and helpfJ interest .
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atwt L..n..i aur.w,.Wrr.tt7. .. ,directors lijtve.always ..t' ADVERTISERS ''
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r Ul taMM*re 1.rtN4..r.i
W .u,nIU a..ern.WnW.a., Cad. jterial welfar\of, our C : : : -: :; '" .. .
rIr 1/p.4 KM.A8HE ,. : .
a'' Yw IrLI..rI. ,w C.. r. R !the up-building four 1 .
._I. N.r4'.r..w'.... M .r./ muity are responsible We prepaee'and Dlc copy .
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ww( sar. We compile and 'I

; 74 bum d.-w-vr.DISINFECTANT, .W ....d CO 'I this Why bank not enjoys Identify today. : ? : Boards W4t sell'CALENDARS and.Ad'lertiln print booklets,-SIRJls Ncveltlea, Bulletins in Leather. .1, f t.

; .
d MIAMI FLORIDA 1 now-rtal advantage :: : :1 Celluloid and Alluhilnum. ",* ''
!; ASHES RATSALT 1 ces, the facilities } _
u ;
ra,,a...rrc..,..aR.rt.4 I
tection of your money /]
!I tion of your business WE ARE, P BL/CITY EXPERTS
7 7-lt STATE BANK 7 '
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LONQOISTANCE'PHONE'-ZQG 1 '
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i Florida M : ; :TAMPA SUITE 4A 5 FLORA
Upon receipt of 26 .
The New Orleans Tea and Gazette office a pooket BANKJOF-miVlPA BUILDING. .
will be'mailed to, any,
Coffee Store, I United States. We ,

jnaps'of Oaceola county ,
Next door .to Fraternity Hall, will be glad to-estimate
. sells the highest grade of coffees I

carries and teas a. at different the lowest f grade price of coffee It I:of any kind.I Bungalow for dis I L. M. MA! & Co.

from any other store in the city, and h
all who have tried it declare it to be j i brand' four DEALERS ,
I A new 1 INNtf| ClNti Of
the pest they ever tasted. deep well, splendid STAPLEIhNDl FANCY
I, for Bale; pot cash 800. types
KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA 40-tf C. JI |
I ? I, GROQER IES--I
.. i "Old newspapers" for ; of ,
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at 20 cent per 100.
_. the
I I - -- rrF EB AND I UFta[
W. C- BASS I:1' ,i in- FREE.DELIVERY to all parts of the/ity. Prompt aid d courteous atteatlol.L .
Employment Agency
Wholesale and Retail from 1. Ltt Lt ISO. <00i, 1" y'
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Dealer ir. Of not
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w. H. FARMER ,. - ---
Fresh vBeef- Pork; and !HouMi to rent R nidluM. SitimtionN, .ervrwf '
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-t-Hn In Qf evrr) kl",1 T
conddcnl pal' All I..on., % SURPRISE DRY G ODS STORE
MuttonPHONE rix.iii ti>ri-nl lOre Invlt d Mi
n, M HKIMhlK: .., !'.
4-V and LADIES EXCHANGE i 4, '

T-,. ::hI.rcC.. these
i I and Sec.my liiil of Valentino) the coining
: : :: .. :: week. not 1i
"S.I1.BUftOCKREAL ( Comical. and Sentimental
Welt 1 :

ESTATE is prepared to drillARTESIAN .II MRS, E. L. PEARL Beamaa Bl'g. I


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life.
INSURANCE.Examination in any !
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Ten years of "uct'. and I
a THS' 5 I ; p
of Titles a Drilling is a '
be
Ability to I Ito 'I
results.TWO .
{ Specialty. WHICH are not sold by a Merchant K I88IMM EE:

j Correspondence Solicited.CITY AND' Consequently! hope to Mil our Seeds to yon
I ,SUCCEED. direct bY'Mall i
f WELLS A i r This advertisement mailed to eta,If paper U men
tinned, will be taken *. wortli"'20c. on any order ,
I" O. Box I Write for the of One Dollar (Sl) or over, and the coupon In. "
; Printed cloed with Seeds on flr t order. If returned to na,
: CAFE : : @ .: : the o..t Catalog will be worth One Dollar (II) on a Five Dollar ;
: (S5)) order. Say If Market or Private Gardener..
'I BRISTOL.Pennsylvania.' To every One Dollar((11) order will be added, '
-- -- to Introduce them, without charge, one packet.
! 21 MEALS' HOME FOR the each of three eipclallydealrabloaoru Vegetables.


,I FOR v Four Room . et 1P! l
I 5.00 pair. good( ( water, ttf'a. ---, ----"

blocks located from in West Court !BASS

REGULAR 35 MEALSTRANSCIENT CENTS A: BARGAIN. ; : : : .;.l;7s: '"HUtorie The RULL MARKET. .. t

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w ------r._.'w_._..._._,__! '1 I : Apply I'/ Bearden Building; One Block from Depot ;.
I I on''a scientific ,
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TAMPA ICE CREAM .' /
\ 'E. C McKEE t SURVIVAL Fresh Florida of t nil]J )lint!'., ?
y' ,
MEATS
Niemeyer i .& Wiley : BODILY and Western .. oJfo.t oJfo- ,' ._...
i PROOF

:' POULTRY,, EGGS_ ,_ FRESH FISH'' ,

: R. S. RAINSTAILOR scientists aa Sir Special Allenlion lo Phone! Orders and Free
A MI L. $
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SMOF"I 4 suchproof is to delivery to any part of IJie City. TJione 189 t '

cut and make clothes to a man's given in the
: measure. I do the best steam cleaning -
i
.c.
; in town. I aye -any color. 1 do ,
''I any kind of repairing.: I clean Hats. -AND FRAUD THESE OiiNyST.
1 I have two of the best Tailors in the EXPLAINABLE E.. L. LESLEY C '

.1} -South. My place of business is in rear BUT FROM

."J'. of J. H. Redditt's Jewelry Store. OR. THOUGHT

PHONE NO. 210 Plan and THAT AY CLOUb '- FLA. r'

CALL M..E AND I WII COME FOR SatlBfactioa .. MORE '"
/ YOUR CLOTHES. I MEDIUM'S FULL LINE OF ,

\.I GENERAL, HARDWARE

!1 : have been Tools, F.'e. Pmrmltnr fulmtm.Olll sad Yarat.a.s.. OI.Mw.r. 'HC., 1'
during the cry am] DUk.. fmllLlmu ele..t.'F.rI.YI.as. Hats
. id'r .
- l IDEAL FIBER MUCH UN sad Car. lM&lmMM*.

,
.,. IDEAL FOI OF GRAIN, FEED AND FERTILIZERSGrocery

of the "sub .
} Steak k Ham initiated Located on N. Y. Ave., 2 door. from St. Cloud Hotel -. /
Y by: "
.. r > -'/ ; Hardwaie Storefemn Ave.; near 11th St. ...
character of )
OUR PRICES ARE LOW A..t.f.. .FvLLE a doBNSOaFVRNITVR23
J. S. of the whole .. P.."...1.- 1t:

'. .AGENTS I I .,. .,

,- 7'H -, 7 CASH OB INSTALLMENTS f r
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!>..Ave ctwets 10th aid Ills .....51 DclhrerlN
abe -- 4 STANFORD &
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-a' One Hundred and Forty-Three PerCent

.Jt -'Carries as Complete a Line of
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,/1 :T3IS-ST:: 'o GOODS.as I CENSUS CELEBRATION
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f :NOTIONS: :: ' t
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-SSOS::: : acid : :: physical rea-
iA ''t r
. y other planet iOwExcursionRates
: / can be found in jnland* Florida and sells it is probably] : *


,}."r.(/ As Cheap As Any House in A i EARTH, '" VIA. ...., _



1 is only ATLANTIC COAST LINE 1
; .

i A C Stanford surface From illations on, north and west of a line drawn through Newbelry. Gain*.' f,
r ; vllle, Rochelle, Hawthorne and Palatka, tickets sold,Feb. 14, 1 6, 17, 2 South of this line Feb. 16 18 20, 21. Final limit all ' ,
F ...., our own. 16Ll1 22 28. of ticket.;' -,"
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Feb. 27th. CHILDREN FARE. 'Each ticket includes one FREE ..!.4mission ;
Kissimmee : : VENUS coupon to fair grounds. -t ,'"Xv I
v I ANY OTHER, For rate and information, call on Atlantic Coaat Line Ticket Agent.;'or wriUfNo,. h'
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,' / _ i .. .._ 1. ''T. '
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: Overflow 'f'
# -
J" Advertisements
: ; His Quarrel I, With Turl .no" and the Class d WANTED'-Good girl forgeneral house. "

_ Of Western Homcskeers Arrive InKissimmee. . lUoonellistlon That Followed. work good pay and permanent employment

". ; '.. Rafmoud Jlecouly In .the Parla Fi to right party,. Threeroorn '.?

1 I ,'., :, ;MrJ: A, Waddy, a traveling man l garo give the folio wine account of Advertisements! are Inserted under this heat'at the rate of Cents. : servant hpuse."I- Nelson Realty Co., '".,

f (from Atlant.a.who. has been making this Twelve extra cars containing people an early encounter between Tolstoy- I pe line-each insertion. _. I-tf.
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town for. a good many year, was In the from Northern pQlntl 'who are.visiting and TurgeneCt which shows tbe. flue --
( In frame of mind WANTED-Refined couples or a-ehtle-t
slao' a different ;
( sage
city ptida: )'. Mr. Waddy said that he Florida for the ftrst/.tfme-with! : a view 'SALE'Thre.: 'for several
from the one la. ", bleb the world ban oIt ALE FOR brood mares and : men nicely furnished 1
I : ; had never *een, such wonderful changes" of locating in this .Jiatoa arrived yesterday since codie to know him: : colts- prairie: raised. See or address 'rooms with bath the best meals jthe '.

j .$a' those which have taken place here in Jacksonville, Seven extra .It was on tb4 estate of his friend 'E J. H. Steffee, Kisaimm e. .Fla- -7-2t markpTcan afford, Corner Main and ;,
,
: M. F. AUTOMOBILE .Run less -__ ____-,_ I Pacifl. street 50-tf .
.
during the' last decade and prophesied cats are destined to Kissimmee; four the poet ret..nar Turj-eueff ;
I Yasnaja. than.3,000 miles; lookalik.'a new one FOIl SAIE-Rhode; Isl nd. Red egJrIl. ,
{ :Y ; that within a ..few years 'Kiasimmee! are"going to Fort; Myera., wnila one wa. among tbe 'Invited guesta. The ,and runs better; has top, windshield, ',Guaranteed full strain; $1 for setting ; 4' "...

: ;: would be the "leading" city of centra goes to Arcadia.4 hostess Inquired after his daughter, speedometer eight-day; clock; chimes of IS. Mrs., R. L. Starling. 6-2tpd. KOQJIS ',AND BOARD ,

# ,Florida. . T% I J. G-JCIrklaniC( of the Coast Line who .was being reared. In F1'ancry horn, tool-boxy:: extra tubes Bargain;
5/1 ; : ,. \ '. Owner goinjr Address FOR SALE-A complete outfit for DWELLINGS for rent appljtoM.jj. '
_ _ I \ j much satisfaction TurceneO spoke highly' of'll. English . NOfth BOOH. .
& .<* Captain'WjH night dame up from yesterday expressed: gaverness. "With: a t4uj _BrltUbJ: E. M. F., c., thiappper.7lt making concrete blocks brick', tjling ler. '1" .'
homeseekers thlllseun --- _,____
of 'Write - _
over the movement .etc. J. Lovelace, Clarcona : L _
': Fort Myers where' he is at work with that thetnovem nt.intO exactitude be said, "she requested KING Quality shoes for men at, Cash ".. 7..4 t-pd ROOMS for Rent-Apply to Mn. D.
saying tb flz the which t dadghter .
Kis'simmee'anBggin'g me. sum 4' .
L the United .States" Store. TBreaker
Dredgefcat 1-tf t 41-tf '-"
..
.
this state had been unusually heavy.- might spend for And, now -- -- -
\ charity PIT GAMES-Fort.y hens at $1.50 each; -1--/
ye jn the Caloosahatcheo
t -
: Tampa Tribune she teaches her' pupil to mend. the SEE King Quality\ shoes before buying ;I two cocks,. $5.00 each; two stags; ROOMS TO RENT-Either single or, -
I .
-
'
: river. lie was, called home to attend . the "' i' Cash Store. l ftf I II Gotha.Florida. en suite suitable for light house..
I- ; ragged clothes poor. -:..-.:.. ._- $2.50 each. E. R. Bagby I ; ,1
I :.his wife whQ la suffering with a serious .Church Dedication.. . "And you consider that a goodthins I GET here early and see thosq- Rugs at 6-tf I keeping. Apply to Mrs. A. A.. Srmp- ,\.
.
affliction of the and she. accent ?" asked the p son. -tf
Cash Hardware
eyes. Tolstoy. Store.
'49-tf
La t. Sunday was a red letter day.for, i IF YOU WANT SCREENS see"OsceolIt
/'r paled by Dr. Wlnn he! carried down StCloud., . The occasion was the, dedication - "Certainly." replied the other. "It .CHOICE CITY LOTS,for sale at. low .Lumber Co. They make them any BOARDERS wanted-Mrs.; E. J. AlV;V :

to Tampa.for treatment by a sp ialist. brings. benefactor- into direct contact prices See or write H. Fleming for size and kind you want and make, themto I' can accommodate several persons witjt. -1

- ,'1 The Captain states that while Mrs. of the beautiful' Presbyterianchurch. with the persons" whooo he Is particulars. .. . 40 tf fit. Give them a trial. 7-tf bar and'room at her home in rear *1
It is constructed of cement helping." of school house, or board withobM

(night will entfVely" lose the sight of blocks'and is'gothic style With suitable -"On my part I think- that a well MALLARD DUCKS FOR SAIEDucks FOR SALE-Lots 7 and 8, in block l 244 room.' "- :_'_84-tf '!.
onV it is hoped tbtthe other one '- $1.00; Drakesr1.60. Apply Florida ,
ye. I St. Cloud best
avenue
; avenue -
\, If; may bVs'aved. '* tower in which has been placed a forty. dressed' child, who handles dirty' and F. Vans Agnew._' 47-tf I In city; 'also two shares of com YOU CAN ..get three good meals h,
111 smelling rags Is playing' a hypocritical cooked by best northern cook
I two inch, sweet toned bell. The. pany's stock of Olive at .
. FOR bargains in resident property, ; cheap. 'Inquire Transcient Restaurant. i\
and tbeatrlcal farce. I opposite!
General Circle No.6. L. post
ifl.
Sedgwick
church is seated'with comfortable Winchester
r opera truck landa'and Wells 6-6t-pd .
groveacailen for 25c
orange office each. Short
"I must ask you not to speak In orders
.Ladies of theCKsA. R.. held their regularmeetlngon chairs. 'The floor being slightly H. M. Breaker. Klasimmee Fla 4-tf extra.
this. way," exclaimed Turgeo tI', withxienaelng __ IF YOU have any poultry or egfrs' Cor 41-tf .'
l IdBtxWednesday after hundred ---- _-
raised, and seats about three 1 sale If chickensor - = '
: looks. FOR choice 5 acre suburban home or you want to buy

,,:< "'.noo when four newNmembers were Nearly a hundred extra chairs were "Why should I not say what I am tracts, see Kissimmee Gardens. J. M. eggs or if you are in anyway intereated FOR KENT ,/

taken into the circle. Thefiqal arrange- rented totthis occasion and every convinced Is the truth?" remarked Willson, Jr. 20-tf in poultry raising, send your

j rnents were also complete for the available space was- occupied. The Tolstoy. SALE..Singer j! name on a postal cardto us. We FOR three ....
FQR Sewin Machine, have something of interest for RENT-Nearly acres -of
you.
.cowing convention. Memorial s services pastor, Rev. J. H. Dodgers, askedRev. "You think, then that I am educating in first-class condition; with Address The Tampa Weekly Times trucking land. with five-room.house; ,'J

;""' wIll be held for those sisters and oq- .S. S. Snyder to preach the ser- my daughter badly." and. while ments; $12, 00.. Mr. A. M. attach-I' Tam a, Fla. 6-4t close !in. Nelson, Realty. .Co. 3-tf '
Fet wRs'lntel't'ooll1g. "If will talk __ ---- -- -- -- -----
trade's who' have during you '" ''i
t t, passed away non: and also .to dedicate the hurch. FOR ; ;
SALE-We have in Eureka Addi- .
in that way I shall box your ears.
y the year, at the Presbyterian church, Tbiswaf a courtesy to the one who FOR SALE-Three Florida raised Po dition beautiful east front lots overlooking CIIURCIIDIRECTORY13APTIST.
Then lie left the room; begging bif 51-tf
nies. H. :
Fleming.
; onMonday evening at 4 o'clock., All eganNtlie work there when the town hosts to pardon his abrupt departure. I the lake; high dry healthy ,

( 3 ; : ar; cordially invited. Ellen, D. Plum- was in itixjnfancy..... Tolstoy also went. At (the nelgbbo'rIng SEVER L GOOD WINDMILL out- J location ; each lot contains about .,;..'
flu to sell. Mill.. tower, tank quarter of an acre much larger than .
Vera Miller ..eeretary': pump I ; .
mere president of denominations have station be wrote to demanding
; Those contributed TurjrpnefT( "
H. ordinary lots from ..
14. everything complete. S. Bullock. ; prices range $16 .. -
,
\ Mr. G. G. Hoffman, one of Kissirrtmee's towarchOie cost of-thiS' church an apology lie ordered pisrolx 2tf. to *8C each $5 I) cash and *G per month Bunyan Stephens, pastor. J
I and I tried lo provoke his rivAl to a Sunday School 9.45 a. m. -N. C. Bryan
i> which will amount tq about $4.0(1)( ). thus without interest; fine location for :
tractors
enterprising painting con I I 1F YOU WANT SCREENS Onceola"Lumber
v He
7 "" iti welfare. dnol. TurgonofT's answer very dlgnlfl beautiful home. Nelson Realty Com superin tendent.Preaching J
: has yielded to the call "Back to the allure interested in I: <-d. brought the apology: demanded) Co. They make them any pany. (>-trf a. m. and 7.,46 p. en.l'ravermeetiig r:
4 e Next Sunday new members will! be size and kind want and make themto
you
last week thirtyone
farm.and purchased by: Tolstoy He closed by saying; thul I 7.Thursday! evening.. .
; ,' acres on Shingle creek from Mr. T. received and the Holy Communion will he thought It best I that two "men with fit. Give them a trial. 7-tf FOR SALE-From Feb. 11th to Feb.25that B. V. U.' U. 7.45 Friday evening. ,

; l( W. Ellis and is having the ground put be> administered. \x_. Rin-h opposite tempers should bonceforth I FOR SAbE-Fin-eBt little colonization Cottage, opposite my residence. court bonne in ,Franklin the fol. Visitors always welcome.PitISRYTFJtIAN." 1

'. condition for vegetables. I break off all ,relations., TolHtoy. I proposition' in the State of Florida; -
planting
in < < lowing articles : Mission' dll1'n' 'ro"m 'i
I Mr. HofTm"an! truck farm-is* only about AFTER THE TEMPEST. '> IIl i'i-ll, nwn.v l"y hiM anger (I ItVOA t I In I convenient to county seat town ; both set -table, buffet and. six chairs"' one : ,
j jI l!*il11,1"11.,1; > to be RiitlstkHl with safe and profitable investment Nelson '
t three miles from this (city and as the I 6-tf brass bed and springs, one mu box-any S. :S.:; Snyilcr. pastor.
.
r' The Genial Calm That Settled Over the I snili ,ill lie felt Unit he hmlhoon Realty Company. dresser mission
soil is exceptionally good there i is no I iiii wt'r :.. _ _ one library table, one Sunday School, 9.4.ri a. m.Geo.. F. '
School Ho mission screen white
Pretty ma'am. gravely offondoil demniidodrcpmif ) one screen one
\. .;4 reason why he should! not make a HUcce.a -, A pretty. t HOhoolmn'am onre taughtsrhool Inn l h.y II 1'11I" I He I Ihcroforo repcnlod FOR SALE-Fiv. acres of) line trucking oak Morris chair, one mission rocker, Parker, HUp *rinttndi'nt. :
land within fifteen hundred feet
of his Ii ; four reed rockers. one uphofstered, I; Christian Kijilo-avor' B.iiO: p. m. 4
venture. /
'. new ) -In a Long 1"llIlId11I1I e All ( I ) I hl is .ivnciitlnn I < Ills friendI'it. of high-school} building;, and adjoiningMr. '
i the fellows miles'around who. nltoinfilol I I ,! I tr ham-I f5iiliii. one mission hall tree, one porcelain- Froacliinp v<'ry second and fourth -
Mr. L M. Mallard, the large (flour yjung for I Aultman's celery farm. J. M. lined refrigerator three-burner
k'* siii-coiMli-il.), only I In ltl' \\11I1/ from lilin I /: one Sund.-iy; lit a. in. mill 7:40:: ) m. 1I
manufacturer, of Louisville, Ky.. accompanied ", err Inn 41 1 nl>ont 'her. hut t I Hie I schooli:i : Willson. .1 r. 7-tf wirklvss oil 'intove, one kitchen, '' table, ", p.
: flififlflia.' pruiKl. inn] none of the 1 J "I"I ''Mi-'< repl.x, **l, l>fK of youhenceforth one ironing board) one. wa..I.1, aiil I -lrsyer mffting and l choir practiceThnirmnia"n

I. by his wife, arrived in the boys willed .to ..lfl 11,3,) the ghost of II / 'not 1 in write. to, me nn.inion I J'JoNNELL--Alfent Sayman'a Soap and( Dr. St. James F. Hlarl'hartl.2t 'Ixiiinthe. second and fourth

city l last week and. went down the, rivci cliaiK'eYOIIIIK I Klnill I I ,return" your I..tll'rs. miiiopIl.il Remedies Ordway Piasters, Maenetii': at 7:00 ''Ii]
with Frank Tatman for ft'wdays" I tbe I lovlth. 'l'urge Combs and Memlets metals leaks in Sunday : p. m. _4t*- ",. S
x.-iine: in <
Capt. H I
j
t Jim llmw he !
: II. I Jiite'' '' won stantly. -25 cents pickets.. Agentswanted. JIISCELL\ EOLTSVDt't.e..1j.ner. Visitormost.. cordially invited, : 10 all j
.) cruisl'. Mr. Hallard was looking, van t the 1 best' looking (Imp In the neff's" After, I bt'>
for for and townllliil, .Jim l.ivocl thetrhooliim'iiin elT ret ii rtoil. to I'nuice.I wliere heIxiKxed ;
r a location a game preserve, prolmbly .!- ; Orlanilo.FbR .
we understand was highly pleased with ( more tluin nn.v of LIT I I ,the Ki'i'iiter: [I''flirt of his time sAt/E -TPa1jTrri I >f-i-IiTfidii view .

,e what he his trip. He expects oilier awn his. but I",. never. lUll (lie 'Some. month.-" lii br. on reflection. Tolstoy ] )Oata&i" 5 for SWe; 40 for Mc10() ; for fresh fish phone 'ttartuit'Itass! {. CHRISTIAN. .t \
saw on
, pluck to declare hlninclf. lie felt (too I reprel''I IM.bis' ,'lnll"l<'o. Srfxedwith $1. ixmtnaiii. Over 75 different deJ'Knrf. Market, No. 18U.\ ltf S. J. Vance, pastor. -
to return later and make a more tlipr- small i I remorse h<, sent! Tunreneff/' let gla)*d: and colored. H. B. Ad- Proaching at I II a. m. and 7 p. m. :
inonn'befoie
njid the benuty and) GET H. N. BRATTON to drive
ough inspection. I t ler n.sklnu I"-. pardon. "I 1 find It ex I I <]iston, LouRnman, Fla. 7-lt-pd your Hible School) !*.-45 a. m.A.. W. Winn :
learning of I be sclioolina'am But one. I __artesian_____ wells._] 43-lf: ,
L = L.
riMiJIiiRly i1I' tUtu I. be wrote "to superintendent-A. Davidson assistant
MTT' T. N. Farr of St. Cloud spent day (he scbooluia'am being away ona FOR SALE-At a-BarKain-if sold by I VISJT the Rug! IUw>m of the Cash '
in the visit In New York 81 n Ie. Jhn naked, think I that t I bnveuiadp an enemy of March 15th ; fourcottage ; 18 Hardware Store. > 49-tf superintendent. .
Jucsday city. and i'1'] company 1 advice of tlu editor The-editor sold you." r fruit trees ; close in ;' two lots in I Christian Endeavor every Sunday., .

; with County Treasurer B. C. Miller "Take tbe bull by the horn. and In TurKenelT forirme.: As o'ne may Irbnuliie North Kissimmee ; 17 fruit trees, improved 'I FOR dressed poultry, phone the RullI evening at 6.00 p. m. 1.

: took a drive llround the city and perl no ahlloun'em..llt of your forth but (the complete and definitive ; two lots in Prospect- iark; I I Bass Market.. No. 189. 19-tf Prayer meeting and choir practice e"I.
farm lot in Taft clone in. Address -
munich Inter.OLD
m-onclllatioii took one
place
' :.suburbs seeing the many Improvement coming marriage In my socIety. "ioU Box 481, Kisaimmee. 3-tf;i I MUTTON fresh fat 'and fine at the : ery Thursday at 7.00) p. m,

C rand the thrifty-looking gardens. Mr. limo It will cost you 'only 00 rent-t I I Rull Bass Market phone 189. 19-tf I I '

l ', Farr stated to a representative of the I So Jim Inserted an announcement 'In, ENGLISH HOUSES. 'FOR SALE -Twelve acre orange and WOOl), per strand;- $1.25; five strands I MKTHODirVT.: :. '
about three miles, 95.75!),. Kissimmee Lumber Co. 29-tf' I.
\ Gazette that his drive was a revelation the effect that tbe lI..h'>olnlll'lI ItI iin'1 grapefruit grove m. II. I-'unk. pastor. '
t i be wouM be married the tieit month I In the Days of Wooden Huts. Thatched from Kissimmee on railroad. Will i I THE CasVUardware Store carries the
I to him. Although he has spent many Address W. II. Preaching every Sunday morning and .
sell at bargain.
a
I and would spend tbelr honeymoon niAtlantic Roofs and Clay Floori.The _largest line'oRugs.inthwn. 49-tf .
years in this county, and has visited our Arnold, Kissimmee Fla. 41.t! evening. \
'
j.
t City : liiililintloiis of English common I C 'CMT! C UM4! Tho e Rug8 at theCa '
city often, he never before realized the a' tills minounrement Hardware tjtare. 49-tf Sunday Sehool9,4. i > a. m.J.. M. Lee
: short time after
.. Well j people for centuries consisted _of II FOR SALE-A 'Nice Home ; small _
: magnitude of the development that i is appeared tbe "n-liool mn'l in wooden hut of one room with the fine bungalow; about one acre ;)f ground; \ SHANI ARGEROrla o. for bicycles superintendent.

taking place in this immediate vicinity came buck dome. Jim beard UIIIII built 111 the center To this but If a private waterworks; house neatly :, and sundries. 26 wh el xfrom $6.50 Prayer meeting every Thursday

,, He says, the-gardens around Kiusimmee'; sides bow furious /ulie wins For see man Increased. In family and wealth, a and well furnished; everything com up to 919 for new. XJ-7tpd night. -

f, are the finest he ever saw anywhere at eral! days be kept away from tier 1000D.to'aM added and. later anotheraud plete. Address Uwner' .. Cox 2-tt 575.' i CARPENTER JOEING and" repairing: Choir practice every Saturday night I

this 'season and so say all who haye Then one afternoon as she was (com another. The roofs were of thatch -.Kissimmee- --_FIOJ.
,, '" lag borne from .school I be ran pliin tHem. PROPERTY for sale at Mon- 'j
-seen HOTEL y- *
? .. 'V : ,c EPISCOPAL. / .
Into her in tbe lane.She JUST arrived-big stock of Guns. Leggings. s *
I the laid tbe House 20 ; ,
I It .with' bolsters of, same on. ticello, Florida; Partridge; ; '' *
rvice-on the Florida let him know at once what pbethought bargain Hunting Coats and 4.mmunition. itev.Davjd D. Kidd, rector ,
The cash terms /
: or
f passenger floor or perhaps) eventually smit'ln by rooms;. special ; ; Ross lravea. 36
: 'Midland branch of the A. C. I. ., running of blm and his out rectum: a Shelf and ledge like the berths ot a ask the: traveling man if hotel will -- Services every second and fourth Sun- .;

a from this cltyjto Apopka. has outgrown conduct. She stormed and raved iindher""pretty ship or by small closet. pay in Monticellu. Write for particulars -I If YOU have a roof that needs painting d' al : OOa.m. '

eyes flashed Ore Jim nim lflrst to Mays & Carroll agents flack Pearl metal paint is the Communion.2nd Sunday at morning '
4 equipment of the 'l'be Knxon thane or knight builta
the present Mon-j
; .
: Florida. for this climate. Ross
t on one foot and then on the other tice4lo, right thing services. '
road. and there is much complaint from more pretentious "hall. a large open Graves. 4tfANYONE
and be blurted
finally out : :
,., those who are so unfortunate as to have room like the Roman atrium with a TOMATO PLANTS. Sweet' Potato Guild meeting every first Tuesday.
"Well. If you don't (like It I can have anyVhere can start a mail
roof thatched or covered 'withBin and Velvet Beans for sale .. .
that ranch. The lofly Slips order -
to make a trip on the announcement contradicted business at home. No canvass - - -
wooden shinnies: In tbe center -I 5,1)00,000) Livingston's. New Globe
coach which has It!" said the school ten or I ing. Be own boss. Send for free
: dingy little passenger "Ob. botlpr M. Delivery your Petition for Special Tax School
Tomato Plants at $1.25 per' -
service and which ma'am. "It's too lute now"-Wasti- of I the hard clay floor burned great 15th. Headquartersfor I booklet. Tells how. Heacock A 2144
.
so February
seen years
.wa 'sufficient many for all needs .. year or ington Star. Ores of dry wood. whoso thin acrid potato slips-and velvet bean seed.J. Lockport. N. Y. District. 44 .

'I. smoke escaped from openld* In tberoof R. Davis, Bartow. Fla. 4-5t-pd Ht. ci ,u leave the station at this FOR ANY kind of metal, especially
': two ago now To the I'limirable ......
above the hearth or by the doors -- - - - ----- Board of Count, Co..uni.
some THEY LIKE PRISON LIFE. roofs, use Black Pearl metal paint.
: place very often so crowded that windows and openings under the eave FOR SALE-Bearing Orange Grove Ross Graves. 84-tf ers of 0..1.. ('o'muiy' ..

of the passengers are forced to stand. of the thatch 700 trees 80 acres 14 acres fenced -- j -- .- We. th&"ud".algDIIII quallBod elector ...W- .
F Irt increased A Class of Persons In Japan Who Tryto marsh and IF YOU WANT SCREENS Osceola lug within. time territory deicrlbei ia the ),
only the road visitors hammock pine prairie
:: L );. It would not pay By day the "beartbsmen" and
: Broak'Into Jail. land cottage and JiN'Cklng house. Lumber Co They make them any following proposed |>eol Tss School District.
( traffic to put on a.. when not working or fighting sat
passenger size and kind want and make themto
4 renpectfull ,petition'your
Honorable Boardto
In Japan there are people who make Next year's- crop estimated at 6,000 you ,
-5.better coach but would probably ob- sham confessions Id order to obtain n on long benches on either side of the boxes. Cash or terms. Address fit. Give them a trial. 7-tf orfttmfre Ibefol'owing d6aeribe4 .r.J\orT ,

r yUte the Indignity of being compelled period of the comparative warmth and fire and. as John Hay puts ii. "calmly I Owner, Box34S, Klsaimme Fla 48-tf AN .100 Into aSpcri.. 1 T* School DUtrlct* lo-wil: ..:..
intelligent earn
-- --------- -- person may B'' at the Dorth'eaM
at inning
and- gathering f at
rlnked Jawed" point
t order of the Railroad or. corner a t
to do so .by an comfort Of a Japanese prison. The
; ? - beautiful home Clar-: monthly corresponding for newspa- the "
) long boards placed on treaties. regaled -: FOR SALE A at on meaiidur line!ol Bant Lake TobopekalU
Commission.. Japap Mall says: "The police slangof cone Fla.,. 13 acres of- land some pers. No canvassing. Send for par- aid point to be-on a direct line with MlaaUIppl -' '1. !
the % has words. describe themselves on some sort of porridge ticulars. Press Syndicate. B 245.
.capltrfl to I orange grove and several other differ- venue, town..l.8t. Cloud thenoe followIng ,
-s .- Fine'Oranges and Grapefruit. and distinguish\ these persons 'Menhl with fish and milk or meat and ale. eat kinds of bearing fruit; good barn _Lockport, N.Y.. the meander line weaiward to a point ),I. /:

kill.or the rice criminal will steal At night straw or rushes spread ou and lot arrangements; good 7-room WHEN visiting St Cloud J. our Kissim dlrrctlj In line wllh Columbia ammua, of said (>.l

,. t. >J Living a* we do, in the midst of the some small article -from a shop front tbe floor formed beds for the entire dwelling in first-clasa condition; flow- mee friends are invited to make their town, theuoe running' south to the Center of "

.. ,.,; finest orange and grapefruit grove to In such a way as to be seen doing It company In the earlier and ruder days. era and shrubbery nicely arranged headquarters with the.SC. Cloud Drug sectIon 10, 4airnablv *), range CO: east, thence /
be found in Florida we claim to be Be then makes a bolt of It.' pursued by when the "baser sort" 'were glad to good horse and buggy; a bargain "I Co. All! the popular drinks can be running noiih, (a the point of itartlng.\ .t

somewhat of authority'on the excell- !h" master of the shop or some faithful share their ,straw' .with tbe cows.- a quick buyer; insurance paid had at 'our soda fount, and our ice V rjf '.."etMall,. !
1913. Address. Mrs. 'Sarah Harris Cream is the best that can be made. 1 D WoktcoU JJO H Thomp.os:: :\
and when kot; bot presently allows himselfto. CbarlesVlnslow Hall In National !
i; / enee of, that fruit we say "' Clarcona Fla. 6-St-pd ? McNew I N Aiberemee
"? .'that the brange and grapefruit produced be caught and banded to the po p a-uloe. LOST OR STRAYED-One bay mare; A U Ke.mny It R WtbeYb.e

by Mr. M. D. Tlndall who live lice. Be has to 'do time' for tile pre FOR SALE Trucking farms both about 12 years old: weight about 700 C H Cooper F P Vaa AradaleJ
1 tended theft but his rice Is secured A The Csbsl. large and small; city property. Im- pounds; escapnd from stable in St. O C Cox . Powell ,

4!' : about one mile east of Narcooasee, a -for a period and when that period baa The term "cabal" as applied 'to secret proved and vacant; colonisation: tractsof Cloud night of February 2. Find will P L DUUOB C I> Blood 4

mixed box of which he very ktndly presented -. elapsed he will allow himself to be factions of any kind bad Its rise any size''; beautiful lake front please bold her,and notify Mr. Wood, Jacob HufferFU A I' Bus .

-- to the associate editor ofthe, caught again. In England about 1667 being first ap homes from fine orange groves to 160.000.0.ranging We'iri the groceryman, St. Cloud Fla., who Knapp HDOolTta, .\

fine a* are price $1,000.00 will pay the\' expense. U W MamhWeetmn . E U Pl.....
; leyGaet. are a* The "unan on. or 'eel bowr crimInal. plied to the cabinet Charles II. end are in the market to please and Call A'

I (_ grown anywhere, we speak kndwingly. la wilier than the one Just mentioned formed front tbe Initials of the cabinet suit'any reasonable mind of man who I SAFE AN PROFITABLE INVEST; J dimming Bailer I W N Gacar ". (

L W. return our most greatful thank to Be does not actually commit a'crime members' names-Lord Clifford will give us an. opportunity. No! MENT-120 acres of land, with two AuJluat V....' J N MurllaJobnT). DeOraw :' '

'f< the gentleman, and assure him that his such as will put him Into the convict Lord Ashley the Duke of Bucking trouble,to answer questions. Correspondence orange groves covering about sixteen Zl: LeUtenCJBilllngslj A B Danteli t -
side of the prison but allow .hJmqlf barn Lord Arlington and the'Duke solicited. Nelson Realty acres in bearing consisting of t
i present ha added much to our pleasure.SpahrBishop. WPenn
. to' be found looking In suspicious of LaudeedsloA.. B, A. .&.' Sine .- Company 3-tt -welKassortedrangeagrapefruit, Tbeo George.Dr 8 H/r __

".. places underneath the broad verandas that day It has been customary' In all tangerines; throe-room house stable DM Wrtghi. Jno B Scholar ..
trwt of land of'fine lake
: barn
SALE Eighty-acre and quartermile
FOR ;
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of a temple, or In the garden of a private English speaking lands,at least to apply -: one-and-a-half miles: from railroad front; two miles from railroad four W r MoEndree.J .. C w Deep

-ii 4 Last'Monday MrJ, ; Enos Spahr one of .house tie gets Into prison all the name to any; secret cODel.... station ; alx-and-a.half mjlos from. miles ;from St. Cloud owned by a W Smith 1_. DaltonJBBs.t.r

_7 ,i t */ the civil war veterans, came from St. right but be secures the more generous especially In politics. county seat; all good land; 20 acres Kansas -man who would like to sell. JWMathews -
Adah Bishop. treatment of the house of detention in fine slate uf uulllvstiun; hnced into We would like to tell you all about ." C C Cottrellx O W Woodard J
Cloud accompanied by which Is to the fare of the convict jail 6-tf ;J F Farrli J C BairdAdninistrator's '
different fields ; &-acrs orange this. Nelson Realty Company.
house : The Way She. Saw It. 1 P .
After visiting 'the court they'found wha.t a "dish of eels Is to a bowl of grove; bbuse of four : porches A Klplloger J $Unttiig.r 7-41 ;t
their way to the Presbyterian plain rice "You must not mock people aacel. stables; chicken rooms'I: I of good WINDEMERE, is located 18 miles .- .....

Manse where they were happily mar- "The 'kuruma Is a criminal, who. Once upon a time. the Bible says a water; land very rich and fertile |I northwest of Kissimmee. 12 miles Notice. .1
f crowd of little children mocked a goodman had four or' five hundred hetdof west of Orlando on the Florida Mid-
order to having
.. ried by Rev. Snyder. makes a sham confession In named EHsha. and two bears cattle penned on It at night land Railroad and Is surrounded by All credlton, Irgaterx, distributors and all'penoni : f

p_ Mr. Spahr baa won many friends I sneak a free railway ride. The Asasl came out of- the forest and killed for some time; this, land can be sold fol"I'I' three large Clear water lakes-Butler ha..IDI..latm. or demands aiaiattthVTestate '

'; during his one year's residence in Florida -I tells of a case connected with a murder I ty-two of them." bargain price and-on favorable Down and Bessie. Tbe land is of Catherine. A, StarteTSot. dnoeased

- ;cft ,.. and his happy bride-who ha just known as the 'decapitated corpse "Wasn't that an awful thing for of payment;; large grove 'oould be peculiarly adapted to citrus fruits late of OmoooU Co..FIe, aN required to oreseni I j'

the bound north, I II I 'case.' which took place last year. A I their mothers?"-Newark ''No-wi. grown here at small expense and good and truck raising and is almost en- the same to tbe undersigned! ,dulf aulhenttoaHcd
/arrived' from snow
man gave himself. up to the police In money made at trucking in the mean- tirely immune frosts. I am within the time praacrlbed" by law, or same

-r': well) pleased with the South land. May Sendal as the perpetrator of the crime time: about 60 acres of nice timber, now offering 10-acre tracts and a wllbe batted; and all owing: Mid estate are. '
follow this Usl.ss Telling.. land town lot In Windemere for $250 each. required to make Immediate 1"
: many year of happiness He was brought to Tokyo and his story consisting of pine and some.oaks, aeitlement. .' ,f .1
Investigated. It was found to be a "Ton can always tell an Englishman adJoinin Bold off in ten-acre tracts This Is the best land proposition in N. B. Orion ..

$5v Onion. I fabrication." ." said the Briton proudly. to colonists; firll particular* to Interested Florida. Write me for particulars or AdmloUtrator EcUte Catherine BtorUrmnW 1

pare! "Of .coarse you can." replied the : parties. Nelson' Realty Company. come and see. S. S. Griffin, Gotha, deceased. -
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this office
for sale at
; Old newspaper ik Yankee. '"but It doesn't do any good. I 6-tf Fla.. <<-tf. March 10 A.D.. Ull. 7-"* )
atx20 cents per 100. I Large blotter at this office. (
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