Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: February 17, 1911
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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: VID00477
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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tt' "I Every train arriving Monday night young ladies, that many a regular armv I

5A Thousand Old Soldiers !March in the Grand j i brought car after car filled with mem- | cavalry troop could not excel it. The

Parade, Led By Troop of Young Ladies on !)berg of the G. A. R., and when the I placing of our ladies, instead of male ;

:early train on Tuesday morning emptied peace officers at the head of this procession -" :
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Horseback and By the Children ; I d
r its load of human freight at the depot, of battle-scarred soldiers had a ,

Primary Department of Our Public School ,i,there were fully two thousand strangers I double' meaning it v told those old YI'e

.\ Two Hundred Strong---Campfire on Tuesday : in! our' midst, and still our streets did I(|.i soldiers* that the hand i of friendship ..esJ

not appear overcrowded; but when the |I and the heart of love were theirs from

, Night a Monumental.Success.Kissimmee St. Cloud delegation reached here at our people, and that we of Kissimmeefelt ii.LwiG.

10:30:: o'clock, one could easily imagine safe placing Oiemin the care of .

..." that it was a national instead of a state those who' know .naught of war and .
;. A. R. HEADQUARTER AT TilE ORAYSTONE
T't re\Jnion. for as far as one could( nee the carry only weapons that po'urforth loveon .

Florida, Feb.. 1,5. 1911. streets the sidewalks, the business earth, peace ,to. all. mankind. snowflake and tlieir laces show the fur- war, those, same hardships, had made ..+.

Editor Valley Gazette:- houses and especially the hotel lobbies I Though as we said before, it was the rows of care and the hardships. of oi them men so broad of mind and ,

Dear Sir: appreciation Allow me through and. officially the medium, that of of your the excellent Department paperto of were veritable working bee. hives of I, first time in the history of the G. A. R. many :a tai 1i.I.I. they }jilaye-d their barge of heart that they love all the

}Florida\ express G. A.my R. of the extremely hospitable and courteous treatment grizzily old warriors in uniform and or another organization that such a HIM rumen.Is/ with the vigor!:: of youth. world and feel that ,each and every w. ,\

we have experienced a't the hands of the G. A. It. and cilizens'of Kis- aged and while haired wives and! mothera I feature formed a .part of a grand parade I Then came the old.J soldiers, a thous- one of them is hill brother's keeper. .

simmee during our stay with you. Your provision for cur entertainment with a badge einblemalif of their we doubt not but that, it will become ',and stiong. with! here ail; empty sleeve And through this line at intervals could 1

has surpallsed'- our most, sanguine expectations.. Nothing that orders pinned across their bieastsNever ,. the univerxal custom throughout alI
could he done to make our stay pleasant and profitable recollection has been loft of !: before, anil 1 possibly\ not again 1 the,South for no night ever witnessed leg, some who had, lostan eye as that of blue, and' that tame comradeship ).
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undone kissimmee and we, .its people carry for many years, hay such a crowd of by man was prettier more in keepingwith the .lesult of s"nfwrc... land bloody was between the.! two, for those I+

Your" truly, human beings been on our streets, at the, sail memories the occasion I charge. or a limp that\ -tolil. of.a rifle <<'Ioth..sI.r... worn by men, real men, 4 .

.1 I. (tl.) TmiMi-hON 1 Dep't Com J men who did the, work the hard work 1
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when it was, there to be done, and now }

that their days are drawing to an end, ".
1 The urea tent day )in .Hismriimee's' his \ brother slaving bmlher in tiniaiii1e..t, < t. FiR and theshadesornightare l falling fast, t
and 'I'Ui'sclav.: the the most lamentable! conflict, ever waned
lory has Some gone I they 14th the day the old colliers< of the by man. i
(1)1the
I past and send,a prayer \to Him
t anifu.il The .business ,lijfT, / tfs on Broadway
I I'oii. met in reunion.
army .
1i care and keeping the souls of those 'l'
Fur the poet two; 'mnlhs the weather I hail been beautifully| irtnl profusely dec- !4ey r, 4V soldiers who have gone before and are

i at HisHimmi-e, has been perfect and it ,rat.sl, as had the
( waiting arrival of the few yet remaining -
throughout the city, and every I + Y r aj
way feared that [msmlilj' thespring ;; here before the grand reunion
J rains would beg ( will 1 be held away beyond the cloud\
A; for th( G.; A. K J gathering rnieil the. responsibility rested" upon them individually where thf'reviii be no blue and no -{

,! Iiiit; Nature wat', n'v.'r more lav- :I to pay the greater homageto .
'ii gray but Lee' and Grant and l Sheridan: 1
that lint- 'thin'' she our honorfil, visitors, and prove Kissimmee's -
i-h ill" her gifts along .
, and Johnston and Hancock and Bragg
r nut right to the claim of being ,
fk h was mi Tuesday and Wednesday a
k: will all .be in the st.andwhe the mighty {
'luud.t0 obscure a single' \ siMilie.ini, not the most hospitable, the most goner ..
f v army pUnses in review. I t'wasa glad- ,:,I
wind enough to raiHt u |ititule.' of ilut, oils, the most friendly citin all this .
( solumn 1
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/ not heat sufficient to ClIUhe the It-ant t Un- grand laid, of flowers happiness anil I ''Z
\ the marchers are now with u* .. ;
oomfurt.Oilfiu'HK. The breeze' that ever prosperity in peace, solemn because before' the "
blown. from off Lake Tohopi-kaliga was Although Tuesday was the day ached: :
12th of next February many of' them

.c. ". :.... '.," .. ._ t tw : fo t will'have'teen called.V join the rank J'

.. i j., of the army! 'commanded by the'Great "
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f "Evans: principal! of Osceola

1 3 'Et, High School at the head of one hun*! .,

Y dred and ninetyeightlittle- .boy and ;i

girls, members of the prlmaryZlepart- !
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I SENATOR CARSON DELIVERING ADDRESS' OF WELCOME FROM COURT HOUSE STEPS ment in our public school. What could 4

be more inspiring, more beautiful\ ,
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1 one and. the same time, and proud'weare brought to life. The following ladies ball that came! from a weapon in the than a-rnlngling of old age ,and youth; ...-I.

v I Ii't' to say it, there was! not one crossword and misses constituted the troop? Mrs. hands of a '"Johnnie". But' whetherit for it is aid that when a man passes).

'\ one ugly remark made to mar St. James Blanhard, Mrs. W. H. Nor- was an arm or a leg or a'n eye that three score and ten his heart turn*''to r .

;.-r.. the happiness the serenity, the gladness toi, Mrs. Walter Nelson, Mrs. E. S. was gone. it mattered'not to the old the youth for companionship Those ....'.

"i1 i qf the day. And even- ,i Bee land, Mrs. L. M. Marsh Mrs. Ed soldier, for he was marching behind little 'fellow*'willin. a few yean have .'.,'"
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ROUTE lonean. Mia8e"'Julia Ashton, Adline I Old Glom and'the fife and drum was'taken ?f' "
I, .. G. A R. PARADE EN 10 THE COURT HOUSE "The night was filled with music. ,' j \ the center of the stage of.tits '
Donegan Susie Dale, Florence Eley cheering him on. Their step was and will
they look back with fond remembrance :
: so 'tempered that it sent the blood uled on which the, festivities would be- And the cares that infest the day, ,
Helen Jones Maud Alford, Inez Carson steady their carriage erect and their "
. i coursing through one's veinr at a rates gin, a large number of old soldiers and Fold their tents, like the Arab. 1 I upon the day when, they ;i'i'f
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Kate O'Berry Elma Smith Mildred bearing Inch that of the :
every true : marched in theg>aQd parade with a ,.
that and to-the their wives arrived but the And silently steal away. f '
brought spirit Monday
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energy ; ; '
11.:1 Lee Makinson Lillian soldier. marched in double
Angie They thousand old soldiers, the" laat :one of
t surface and made the"aged arid feeble local committee of had > l'
r t arrangements The first feature of the program was I Prentis Effie Carson, Pansy Duke, column and it made no difference to whom- will soon face the roots of the f
quickly.. In all, the day was anticipated thatfact. and had the headquarters
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the grand parade set for! 1 o'clock. Florrie Sharpe, Bennie Storey; Jessie anyone of them whether hi. "pardner"hailed < daisies Those same little fellows will

..1'), perfect, thje people were happy, the I at The Graystone in perfect And the success of that feature will go Storey. Bernie Sharpe Mattie Stanford from the states I on which the sun ere many year. roll around be the

{j.: .\ smile of gladness: was on everyone:,'* working order, to which the visitors ringing down through all time, for I Margaret Stanford, Leona Van first tells of the dawning of a new day, of our town, our county and governors our
and the hand of escorted different members J.
face friendship was were by of never before in the history of the G. A. Duzor, Grace Elma Graves, Nora Bass, or whether he came from that portionof state and-the little girls be the bouM'S:.

4 n n'I extended to all without\ regard! to where the reception committee and their R. organization in this state' have/such/ Maud Dann, Ruby Prevail, Sadie Bryan our grand country where the Sierras wives; and' the keeper of the home I
or'from whence he hailed whether and of residence .
or names place registered numbers been present and participated Dorus Dann., Ruby Partin, Annie kiss it and pass it on into night they and the bulwarks: .of society.. It' !IImeet .... ..,i
he wore the blue or wore the gray in while" those who did not desire to '
in an annual encampment. Niemeyer, Ethel Lee. i were cgmrades, and they loved one another , that they should have been placed 3

the day.* when internal strife was stop at one of the hotels were shown to I4,\ The first in the order of march was Next in line was the famous St. not alone because they had endured In the rear of the parade, for it deropn-. .;: t
abroad in the land and the crack of the houses where furnished
{ private rooms the Kissimmee Brass Band and so well Cloud Drum -Corps, we say famous be- I the hardships of lour long year .. '
' rifle and the of told of could be obtained '
roar canned. I I : did the members acquit the nselves cause there u none in the South its of cruel war. but, because that same {Continued on Fourth Page] (

.1 that they! were the recipients of cheer equal-every man in it being a past '-

t after cheer as they sent forth the master in the art of bringing forth 'the -: ...

. '\ < ., 4; Z. y ttF,+ ,?n Strains" martial music lii"a manner choicest music from the drum or fife. -4*

;".n :' ...,.......,". ', \' that, proved each man an accomplished The played the that dearto
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j Fallowing the band came Grand 'Marshal manner as to bring forth the cheers of
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'1 4. .Y. ; lady horseback riders, each rider and The time these musicians kept was I 1.1 : .

1: horse being decorated in the, national perfect, and the music was so distinct' '

r colors. This feature attracted more that those in the rear could and did 1! L ftu.
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_ I -r M beauty of our Kissimmee women and 'I Yankee Doodle or Dixie, the, step was :

the gracefulness with which they rode as quick, as sure as certain as thoughhe ,
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and governed their mounts. The troop were on dress parade with the eye

'/4 j marched in double file, and so well: had of a drill sergeant: focused upon J1 m. > t"r t NO
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the resolution watn> amended! ) ato Parker! treasurer tile cI""*rnnn of theMCe .innliiiieie. Ml Ir. I'axton. hall doter t. ..- N.t 1

It THE BOARD OF TRADE \\11, utie n proviMoti' for the rreaimn of president being' li'-ferred to the LEAGUEJHOWER. Pat' .-. Mrs.V.. Be-t.t Iwo'1, 'ti-I") :i- '. N'-,t I.? i, i ., B "I.i .t'i| "-, .,. ., rl 1"n..1|

the i urnluibcioii form of government" 'nest mvetin which gill be heM on' 1'i.iti--, Mrs. :S: II. Bullock halt.
a" the .recall, and u committee wa Mondu night tinTth.. The A. W. league Held An Merest- .1apanese cups and ."Ut'V"l"a' >) . ti.n.1e'Iii| ab't 'iI. ... ..1 i \1' 'hi' .ar

.ointel, . to attend to.the details of President arippmted Messrs. ..----,. Hardware Co. ; cups and saucers: M.r. I. i !tlfe "p"-ag' ?' "Ii ""t.I"It.I"I,"" 'ltl, < IQ
Holds its Annual l flection of Officers \ Monday: the ,na, ,
ing Meeting 010M
on a'.lerit w 'iiiY 1w-11l1t U" DI""th
; | A. E: Harris and U Lewis, Mrs, 'Chan. Dann Walter
drawing the bill and giving public notice Dom'gan.VB.; : S !\, ; Mrs., jar rbnahj', NU< h 'Jut unit .
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and Transacted Much ImV.H of the proposed tJiaVige i by adverlaentai C. Stanford -committee to; audit'the 'The American WorRa'irs, ,League held La Rue, :Mrs.. A. S, Nelsonj); Mr 11.. C. ) / : ; saygiatNifheiiyignnjNwJiarFyabautiirralp" .i ,

' Business. '", > t In the, loca1. prest.: ,j ,\-',- retiring+ : r*aaure1'a* Jbopkn..Lio't "/ .w'0 i .". ,,' .,; .delightful htful meeting in the beau ifulchaptefhouse I Stanford, .A ire Eloise .Moon. Mr. }le.l1l lsfBlemsji ,chit( pr il lib anitlu (,(t tI.;devP'eJeJs'Qjliuhlbltlnaebindurlti6tL ,
\\o ,' / V.,:{ ., portant ',,,.i* -' JI "m. "*! >01'' ,- iJ- '' 'J"i"i' + i'--0,;1..>:iAfteg the.fnewlyv'elected Officers\ had'i.a , \ iMri'Randall). Keen, Mr'lJiViUsbn: : ;, > ...F"tJic'r'1n1b..kl-lie;;: year r"
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shVrt Mrs .Mrs. jr'MePhat- !m-\u\ | tt!all four h Matt
the J. Z. Roberson
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aJJres" thanking ,
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A. E.-Donegan:' called the Board's attention There was a short business session, but <, m<-h scat IH-.I 1 ea-elm" th., |I'-I, and J >opts( '
There was" an unusual) number of to the fact that a railroad was members for the honor conferred upon the great feature of the afternoon was ter. Capt. Simpsonlra.; Bidwell' MT. ..' -..ililellM' \ 111"," ih -liill, iii'l' i.\r-eH neTFnlF
1 the : adjourned, Earl Tupfer. T. S., Devam, Mr I Tom ,. ,. ,
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member present at the meeting of the being constructed through the eastern meeting; the "shower, whicU was .' ..nlistweek's in length| H.M unr'' UB n >'en.el4I
(Gazette. Ellis Mrs. :S.; H. A' ltman. Miss Ault I? '(1)11.i ,l,,,llarf t. :3-.li. nib, ,-.", from(
I Board of Trade on Monday night, and end of this county, and that it was the I Valley (; Not only i-hlfiif i<.t itO. .iiliut and Dfij LOaf from

a vast;amount of jbminess was disposed Board's duty to exert its best efforts Who Invests Your Money 1 '" mt'mbt'rs'but a great number of friendsof man. icon r-I l It- 'oi, tli.. ,i.unt\, a".1! iitiuptmgI "

f ot, the most Important of which was' towanlsMiducing the A. V. L. railwaY'to the league responded to the suggestion I a.,-. T..h.'I'd.'' "...,'. ttnl KHMt' IToh.n...'d Ba

ti the election jflicers: to SE'rduring extend the Sugar Bel3tine so as to.connect The money you earned last year but" and as a result the chapter isequippvd WHAT IT COSTS 'rol'' II... I.r, uvof -al.1. 5t.t!.ta .
e let from in "little dribs. ,((" \(1.11.
T get away you
with this road. with needed furnish
the next twelve months.! new many ,
Rest assured ttomt'Onl1has it investedand F; u name Ila, t'6. \' ] :"'ii. !It
"' It waa eight o'clock when Vice President 'Mr. C. A. Carson stated that the ings. The shower ,did not cease with ,

Stanford called ''the meeting to transportation committee had already is getting the benefit of its earning Monday, but still continues, and lle] To tiv in Kissimm and Wags

order President Lesley being absent taken this matter up Kith by: letter and power. dollars for ladies of the league; see no prospect o! Usually Paid. FREE FARM LANDS
working
'I on account of urgent business matters in nerson with the olnah, of the A f". Keeping your abatement nor care to, but are' filled. : The following table of prices is as }'r.
and instructed the to read' you means that you and not someone with gratitude to the donors. The fol-. ,I
secretary 1. and the Florida East Coast Railway, near accurate as it is possible to obtain, '
; the minutes of the previous meetingand a'nd hoped that satisfactory: arrangements else reaps the full profit of your labor.and lowyig is the present list. If mistakes! : and is published for the information of 25: AC'JtES BACH
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they approved without' cog Why not start an account us are made we will gladly] | correct them
were would bo made with one ofthese those contemplating moving to-this city, :
save, part of your earnings make your with the further donations week AH Cleared.
next
tl rection. ,, No Rent .
build this
companies to connecting .
investments 7! This plan has \been ( flour *> -N to K. iO per I bl.1 ; v
The bills of the Osceola Journal. link own j Fred Stalker offered to lend the r Smoked i'aeon. L'' to ,<<0'crnU,tttr Ib I i No Taxes. ,
"? to others. It is safe and has I'ry Salt Bacon H to 1 I. eenti Ib
printing:, .2; Rand McNally & Co. ad- profitable elegant piano to the chapter house fora I' iWmns f-', to 7U ,ct'nlt'per per Ib I I t
Mr.- A. moved that this
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vertising124; Treasurer' Carson po-.t- time. This- offer was bailed with :1 Beagp : :: per FOB
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matter be referred to a special! committee accumulate. r Bice to nts per Ib
age. $2.85, and Secretary Meek postage amount you by the ladies and the instrument. Sweet Potatoes SO to ".'i <"*' nli>per buahcl 1
of four, and they; be given full 8-11 State Bank of Killsimmee.! I Irimh Potato 11 to 11.26 per bu.hel
ordered paid. : , was installed without delay. Towel, ', '
$6 were Actual
Fib Fob l-'o
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power A communication from the County ,. Mrs. M. Tiller; gasoline stove Mr. Her- I i Salt Mackerel 8 to roc per Ib
motion prevailed, and Messrs, C. A. Gnu J'4c!' per Ib these Jefferson County Farms .
Commissioners was presented by 'Mr. Brenau College Notes. bert FlemiEg}.,half dozen .French gray I Meal 2: '9e per IbVrvsh
Carson, A. E. Donegan. P. A Vans "
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'A. E. which in silver teaspoons, Mrs. Ben Miller; hot .
Donegan, a answer Agnew and Jno. M. Lee were appoint The Orpheus Club of Brenau College Freah Pork ra4to lf>c pribua
,' to reaolution of the Board requestingthe water pitcher Mrs. R. D. Porter; tray u- I' pound. fur IrOO '
ed. delightfully entertained on Monday DrMd Prunea IS to Ilk per Ib FREE
-I )Xr' Commissioners to_ work the county I evening with, a student's recital in Mrs. Gowning; half doaen fruit trt'oa.! Dried Pasha n 10 to ]:Jive:' per :Ib f
Mr. A. E. Donegan stated that the I Dried Apple* 1' to \1- ;c per Ib
eon vie U on the public roads, instead of which Miss( Ruby Ellis of Kissimmee ),II': Robt. Waring; halt dozen initial Pure Lard hi to >>... per Ib 1
County Commissioners had decided to Mrs. Dollerr--pair flower Compound L.ni 12 to He per Ib THE RIDDLE COMPANY
done tea towels
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leasing them as present" Ctaild 'I Fla., played, "Sherro in B Flat Minor" Twaaw< Cr-raerr ZSc per Ib
residence for the
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a new jail a ,
stated the Mrs. W. J. S. Carr half dozen Black-Yy.d Pea i> - ?' The communication that) I Mias Ellis is with'' vases ; per'iboebn.
sheriff and recommended that the by Chopin studying .*.e Ib. I' toner'
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and Miss Building
Commissioners did not deem it wise :>t I Thomas W. Musgrove one of the best tea plates a creamer ogee l>e to <6c per Ib
members of the Board advise with the I II well Mrs. J. Z. Tea i"'tol i'Per IbKeroaeiM JACKSONVILLE '
the present time to comply with the in this The' ; blooming begonia FLA.
known teachers
I country. lAc per rmllon ,.
Board's request' as the num' erof convict Commissioners in regard to where is characterized Roberson; cake plate MrJ, L. Moon; t* X.*.* ''c: to toe per darn -. t-st ,
of his students -
these should be and Technique Sicken, FHan 'tfic tG ek
buildings erected each
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>* was !ao> limited that the expenseof usually by wonderful delicacy of flower vane, half dozen French cups, ('-"'kena irown ,.6Ac" Or mcli,
guarthng and feeding them would be what material would be most suitable, Mrs. W""t.: Winn; one dozetr-gjasse', Corn, shelled DOe per bu.h.l
as well as to all other matters that effected touch while at the same time he seemsto I Mra: W. B": Makinson cakeplateMrs. Oat ?0e per bu.helnnre. Z+. CCC ..LISTERKissimmee's: :: :.
much greater than the good derived in his students wonderful ; .. (.). in aeaaon ll iO to I- H' per bo
develops '
the we are of our county.On I T l-pe iteT (,IMUiIGBlafkamilha / '
halfdorea
J, M.-Willson tea plates
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y but that the Commissioners would conform sympathy in rt'Utlo"ll.COTrPs"'l. ; tl I &t to S>&I)
with the Board's request just as motion of Judge GI", Parker Mrs. T. W. Pilley; thermometer Mr.J. Manna Land-.rrubbinx.Sl|>.Od to $!&. .'Ia1!per a'm> :
1 ('le.nng LaDd-.mplnll Il 1\(1 to 5i'rtl: "
the action of Commissioners pondent-
1'I soonas condition warranted. the County -- M. Willson; .paper weight, calendar Man and Team $4) go Well Driller .

a Mr. C. A: Carson, for the special in this,matter was unanimously en Hear Bishop Kilgo. and blotters Mr. Litner, ; cake plate, H..rwaand'II Mule arj.e. hinnn to feel 1 ...nt tl.i>ul, to (1 (XI 'W prepared tu drillARTESIAN

committee on requesting, the 'govern dorsed. Mrs. Walter Bass; fem, Mra, M. C. tl agora Il_, ',11 and Ib t
}1'10. Jt i 101'' (0512: )
; ment to locate a National Soldiers' Mr. A. M. Str>ker stated that the At the Methodist church next Sunday Bandy; mirror. Mrs. John I.ee. toilet, Harrow $3 e-11"11 I l.'i'luT..chen i WELLS

r home midway between! Kiasirnmee and Valley Gazette would' in a short time night. February! Bishop J. C. stand and bowl Mrs S. B. Aultman. ood per cord f"', u,.*'l,\7 a> month to In

St. Cloud reported that x bill had issue a special edition w hich, would be Kilgo will preach. Our presiding elder.Rev. China teapot Mrs. Claud Lee; teakettle. in any section of Florida.

)'ir; / be n introduced' ) in Congress: to local profusely illustrated with views' of this S. W. Lawler will also be pres- Mr. Ross Graves'fem.: ; Mrs A. B.

t2: v.I such a borne in Florida, but that he section: and descriptive matter that vent Come and h..ar. great sermon. Jarrell, half dozen: teaplates, Mrs. R. S. RAINSTAILOR Ten years of successful Well
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*t t dul not think it would become: a law at will tell of the wonderful advantagesthis At the morning service the pastor' Henry Bass; eight Uaplate. Mrs F. SHOP Drilling' i is a Guarantee; of my f

the present session, althovgli he had city; and aunty offer th.' home-, ', will, preac h ort the subject of baptism. G! Thomason. Mr. Sawyer and Mr. Ferguson 1 cut and make clothes to a man'' \ results.AbIlity to produce the best ,
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'good reason to believe each a home seeker and investor. On motion of You are cordiaHy- invited to all ser ; half dozen silver teaspoons, MrsC. measure. 1 do the best steam ,r leaning aaaiaaaaaaa *ifc*

would eventually be established in this Mr. A. E. Donegan. the Board voted vices., W. H. FufTk. Pastor. A. Carson; one dozen saucers. Mrs in town. I dye any color. I do

....,, state and he thought wiSv." proper effort to purchase five hundred copies of this , Ellis and Mrs. Ingram; Half dozen any kind oif- repairing. I clean Hut., TWO AND FOUR INCH i

that it would be I lodat d in .this special edition. Bungalow for Sale. French gray silver teaspoons! and I'have. two. of the b..st Tailors III' the WELLS A SPECIALTYP.

ecticn.. / The first regular meeting in February A brand new four room bungalow" sugar shell Mrs. Katz; drawr.wprklinen South. My place of business in in rear

TIM resolution providing for a change ,, being the time when the annual, deep weft, splendid wateiarge lot lunch cloth, t.-o flow\rr''pots and a of J. H. Redditt's. Jewelry Store..PHONK . O. Box 344

.J 4Y 't" in :; : NO. 210
40-tf C. A. CARSON.Large : ; .
b I .-eretion ot a I board of public works. the program wa, rendered' b)'. electingMr. and sack of fertilizer Mr. S. B. Ault- -- ---=-- ,

-.J, -cam*-up.for final_actioru ands elicited S. J. Tnplett president. Mr. H. C.. desk blotters tor sale at this' man; art calendar, Dr. Winn; creamer CALL ME AND I) Wll fOMK KOH papers for *aUrf at this office -

I .. much discussion, the result being that Stanford secretary and Judge; F : ffi e for 10 . sugar and spoon-tray, Mrs. J. L. Jean; YOUR CLOTHES.t: 20 cents a hundred fl )' r

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r_ 4 >fflce.,Phones 74 and S. .Residence 126 j jf Is Beautifully .and Truthfully Pic- ator Discuss? Question FLORIDA LAND&IMPROVEMENT COMPANY'S "

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d. t T. i RIVERS Studied ConditiOn: of Woman's Vote. . ., .. '
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: roPHYSICIAN', .AND SURGEON 'The following; letter was written by i '1 I 4 \ I' .

,1 J : ' ,' .Office over O806oUPharm" Mr, H. 0.. Morrison, who II wintering ap MMEON ..,. ALI>WIN..Cor..Tio. erf ByBIG" TU..."SULUVAN.SIat.' '.n.torj. : !4o.2II. 1,11 1,11 H. 11111. ; "l1.n 11,1i. Tl.II: "Se
.I ih"Kissimmee, to the Independent, a ; rSOLD,. '
'j *. \ ..Connecticut."TT j.; From, hew. York. City. .'.. : )5' '
'J I Reeldeti 63, paper published in Fenton, Mich.,'andtells I. 2.. 1. .4 2\
PONEst: .45 1 ,
BELIEVE is the ty"tL.h.he :. ,
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,r I. : .l48y X. ,In truthful language the condition. ;women;;Eventually!! IF man mig '

l ,. ". aa they actually exist In this;most. .favored .J.vwill;. obtain the vote, but I, ,thin b.hQ: is, why should'he-.] 4 ''l. ,I .

'1 M -, section J ? ." ....,do' not, bel ev '"" they .will be AFRAID of political; 1
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'I aslmmee, Fla.> Feb"l, lint: ,Jto. It'D. A r
'' women'1f.1 ,
iake.A S JtfUC JI INTEREST the ; .
,,1 j '?'7"- Xj..: .J.N: I.have. been here about five'weeks ever epmpetition'by I Ilie's ''tJ. 6 6' 6" I

.,, : .*, PHYSICIAN A!UI saaaKONs: in th..UQ :has ,phone some.time'dur- Erf, USING .IT AS i>6' MEN. not such-'S' mighty'' affair, I ,::>>:. 1o. 6 it i P

," ihi ayeV' r.i 1ce-I caroe here. It Although the brains of a- man then 'it's: time he stepped down I ," .SOLD ::>> .. "
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".. ,. I --.0011, hOld SS. -. [a-ltrsa the- sunny "t .,... 7 q: .\
ia' named .south.
I rigntbr : E a 7. .',
.. and fine and GAVE THE LADIES A ;J.
'OIl P.ONt91 I'IAJamA. a'wojnan.. equally Q
': t.f may I I.aA
) There haVe been...a few light lotftl show- :J 1 ,
will the weather and their education be gimilajy, CHANCED: show: what they can , '
; Dl J. ,W. SIMPSON ers. J fcendjrovT weekly I , SWAB ST. "It t4
.. report for Like week :ending. -January the RAW' MATERIAL UPON do in politics.If . i .'Q t.J:: .. , t A
;. DENTIST.. 25, 1911, fair verage for the five : 1 '2 ,
a. wmcri
,', you WORK is: DIF- you look at the young'people, I II In A"' 2. 1. i1 Z

.:.' Upitair in Katz Build Intr. week-.....r. MAX MIN FERENT. I going to work,nowadays you'U!! see.- .. . . # :"It.IE 't C. .
I 9 a. m. to 12 m. '. -
I; wncK-iiouRs... }j r 1:30 to 5:30: p.m. Thursday . '"X. 73 60. :My idea would be to ranchiae QUITE AS MANY OIIUSeASMEN -T': -- 4 ..45
Telephone No. 16. Jun 6 lyr. Friday . .. , . . . :> 4 B7 N '45 0 4. \ j..
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.. Saturday . ... ?,',.' . 79v 50 women by degrees. Let them learn -. C--:-,- Q:: .: D r. ,;

i W. W. CARSON D. D..S.. Sunday; : ,.,..., ,"80 61 to tae some' civic power before If women compete with men in . a j x

x DENTAIIPARLORI Monday . ,'... . . ". 81 \_ 62 giving them full power. { I have business, why sh6u1d 't they z'.. l' '.

" RIVERS BUILDIMQU Tuesday :". , .. , 78 "'-. now recommended that the wo- COMPETE WITH THEM' .IX 'SOLD 6 6 8 7 .,' 6 8fi
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-. Wednesday( .. 77"Tbere '
:; OVER OSOKOLA!'. PHARMAOY .v. ep property "owners of 'Con- POLITICS, -* 8' !
are -very heavy dews every -oJ H6.25
'B.U 7919 N ua 7212 n.ll 7U2
.L OfftOm HOURS |18 TO 12 _MO.. night. Some foggy: mornin rs.:The D ticut be permitted to vote upon Mr. Croker told me some time
TO 5 ,.. .. HILL ST
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nights are fine for sleeping. Many of their roper taxation. ago that be Lad too.much .;respect \ : ,

J. M. VyiLLSON, Jn., the children go bare foot. It is won- If thl much were to be given for women 'to want to see them These are some of the moat deairablll combination building and vegetable "
derful the number of people that are
___ NOTARY PUBLJC... J : coming to Florida this winter; about them we Nrould be BETTER mixed} !up in politics.I'VE lots wells within surrounding the city them limits. Situated an a de.lrabl.flocetion and.baYln&- .flowing. wt +

,,,- J STATE AT .L Roa.'r .-\ fifteen hundred a day comeintothe ABLE TO JUDGE HOW ANXIOUS QOT TOO MUCH RESPECTFOR "
statefrom the''North. A great many Phone 214 Broadway H. EDMUND SWASEY; Agt .
Real Estate Agent. WOME: 1. ARE FOR THE POLITICS TO THINK IT ,
are buying land somewhere in the state. .
I WOULD DEFILE ANY WOMA'N.POLITICS
In
FRANCIS
KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA It l in harvest time for the people who FULL many --- - ,- .
IS ENNOBLING. IT
are in business here. The chief industries parts, of the country wotnen are I HAS AN EDUCATIONAL VALUE 0r 3

. :1" ,W.S.HARWELL. are* cattle and sheep, citrus fruits permitted to vote on school boards: ", .- r 1
-WOMEN OUGHT TO
and garden truck. The orange crop The
REAL ESTATE was light this year J and purely local political qua& aTE !if they think it's going ti, ROSS GRAVES' '

I will try and express my opinion of tions, and it must be admitted I .
._ Notary Public at LargeOfTlce make things any better for tliein.Woiftan .
" ? / llobersoo's this part of Florida. The greatest they d.o'not exercise their rights CARRIES A COMPLETE STOCK? OF
over Pharmacy I suffrage has been n
thing to crow about is the climate : .
,,. KISSIMMEE. FJ.A--.___ which, I think Is just: right, at any to any great extent I success inHjie states in which it I

.. A. VANS AODCW: W.B.CBAWPOHD rate good enough for me. I meet and OF COURSE IT SEEMS A CER- has been trietl Give a woman H IA, R D WAR E": .
talk with people from all parts of the TAINTY'THAT EQUAL SUFFRAGE "

,-. VANS AGNEW & CRAWFORD United States and eVepy one of them WILL EVENTUALLY COME, BUTI half a chance ttqd you'll find PAINTS, OILS, -t'E N C E WIRE AN*) STOVES: +
tell me. this is the best jmate hey i she can REASON UST AS
Attort. at Law I DO NOT BELIEVE WE SHALL SELLS
> AND
eys have found for health or pleasure.4 NVELL ANI> GENERA Y IS A THEM AT EXTREMELY LOW PRICES
.A. : NQt&ry'buc: The water is good and pure. EVER SEE THE DAY IN WHICH
GOOD DEAL FAIRER AND
The social conditions are first clans: MEN AND WOMEN ARE EQUALLY BROADWAY. KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA
4N&'oN. 4-r r CltlzenMBilk\ llnlMlna
KISSIMMEE FLORIDAH. Plenty of churches and splendid i INTERESTED IN POLITICS. SQUARER THAN A MAN. X... \

schools. ,
No saloons, and the people are soci-
D. GE16ERAttorneyatLaw ble and polite. -

There is a great boom in real estate Governrnentofthe "

end -I believe it l is a good healthy GR' FFIN'S GARAGE .
State Bank Hldg. growth. I can't see why-it shouldn't

Kissimmee, Florida be, for there i is plenty of unoccupied City Is a Business "-.... ----" ,
territory both in timber and prairie PRORRIETOR
.. j.' J'NGRIFFIN, .
-- for less
-- l land, and ib can be bought
money than in the west where they Proposition J..
t JENKINS & WOODIIAM grow citrus fruits. There are many

1 good sized lakes here and they are well F"3cflANDERS1 "
stocked with fish. By. EMIL VEIDEU ocl>ll.t Mayor ot Mllw.uk.e.C "E. M. )

I- wrote you before that 1-was having
Surveying and HE >K>VERNMENT OF THE CITY IS A BUSINESS PROPOSITION
the time of my life; that is, I am well -,- -- '"
AND ALL, THE PEOPLE ARE STOCKHOLDERS.
and enjoying good' health so much so REPAIR&WORK OF RACE COMPLETE
? Drafting that the rheum tistt.. I had when I left PUBLIC OFFICIALS. ARE EMPLOYED TO RUN THE EN IN ,
4. ALL KINDS. ALbslTS
left and I am TERPRISE. APPOINTMENTS
..... Michigan has 1118; gainingin .
i weight. If a city can furnish its stockholders with cheap commodities that MILLER BUILDING, BfI DWA 1N -

&(:;.; ",:: '""1 W 1 OFFICE. IN FRATERNITY. HALL There are no Klssimmee, wonderful but sights to be, enter into the cost'of living, then it ia the DUTY OF, ITS SERVANTS
'f' seen here at there are ..
':,., .KISSIMMEE, FLA many strange: ones W'me. such as the to see thatmeasures, areadopted which will bring about this .' ...
'. ,;": of that iult.:1' '1:'''.'::;: V" ' '
.. many kinds evergreen trees, much desired re, :: .., '"< -* .
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hang: full of long, lace-like moss. Some The greatest problem confronting the Americanpenpl'e today is I ,. 'BASS
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places It seems to cling to and grow ,
nORIDAREAlESTATCrORSALfBeautiful [ [ [ from almost everything. And the birdsare the COST OF LIVING. It is the duty of every official to,study '. .. .

winter home.sites- situated interesting.! The turkey buzzards this problem' long and carefully. I think that the biggest single item

,.f the Lake Region ol.F'lorfd"a. are great scavengers and are protectedby in the cost of maintaining the home is the MEAT BILL I CONTRACTOR and BUILDER:> '
Trucking and Farming Lands. in largeor law. They are very tame and come '
No set of exercised the that these men do. They
ever .
amall mep power .
tracts. down in the back yards and feed with

CITY; PROPERTY A SPECIALTY the chickens. The ack-daw or ricebird REACH INTO THE POCKETS OF EVERYMAN, WOMAN Does General Contracting and ,Building and Furnishes EsUt\:: \ .

'A is black and almost aa large as our AND CHILD? THE WORLD. They started but poor withouta :L mates on Structures of an size or Dimensions,whether':
; List your property with me for quick He la at home in the streets of "
I. isles. crow. single exception: it be a Two-Room. Cottage. or'a Tourist Hotel ,
the town and ia a noisy fellow. The : *
southern mocking bird i ia no beauty for I Every locality has to face different conditions. Rural districts are Makes a Specialty of boring ARTESIAN WELLS, I I:

:' H. M. Breaker & Co.' color, but is a charming singer: both free, 'from the problems that conIront'the congested localities. Why, in which he has met with the greatest success 1':

Box 178 KISSIMMEE FLA.Et day'and'night. I then, should not EACH LOCALITY BE ALLOWED TO :MAKE of any man ih Florida. .
I in that if '
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may say anyone ITS OWN LAWS, provided they do not infringe on 'the rights of Give him work and
who reads this wishes to( hear from me .. your it '
in regard to Florida, they may write the.entire people of the state or na.tion'IA f : will be well and quickly done. Kissimmee'r ,PI a. "

}\ IQ DOZOB me,and I.will answer.I :I CITY REFLECTS ITS GLORY OVER THE ENTIRE COUNTRY., -- -

am in hopes to be' with you again : THE RURAL VOTER IS BENEFITED (BY. THE PROSPERITY OF THE

when the mercury rises to 75 or 80 in II NEAREST MARI Fenton. Sincerely tM.| '
MARKET TO EXPAND TO TAKE UP'. NEW ENTERPRISES TO. DEVELOP .
..:: H. O. Morrison. 1 : ALONG LINES THAT MAKE, PROSPERITY .AND -+HAPPINESS
Kissimmee
Estate Electric
Real Notice.To ? .' Co.

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Property Holders of psceola Co.: ; "-- -.OFFEflSAT r .** .
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tt' ;y I will be at the various precincts on German Language ShouldRank tJ
, SPECIAL ,REDUCED -' '
1 KISSIMMEE.,. FLORIDA the following days: RBICES ,
Shingle Creek, precinct No. 2, Thursday '. "A L..NDIDLI "
... --, -- ...,. February 23rd. Next to English Of .Jf t.FOB

aec,6/4e.At1. Campbell precinct No. 3, Friday, ELECTRIC /*vn WEEK OILY

: ; r-M. TILLER .February 24th. In Our Schools.. FIXTUES: n 1J'1 not"'cuiu:r .;,",'UI S
4 Peghorn, precinct No. 4; 'Saturday, "
, Estate Br THnoDORS! UTRO. President the Unltid German Societies .t New .
Real .Agency. February 25th. York CUr rod of the C nna_.Ajn riea Alliance of. New T.... .tmt.. Beamatl Jitl1dll1g, ,BroadwayC.
) i Crab Crass, precinct No. 5, Tuesday, '" : .! '.. :
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---------- should be p11lhed"to "
-- Febraary28th. language too very front as a

Realty bought and sold. Whittier, precinct No. S, "Thursday, CHE.German OF INSTRUCTION instead of being crowded to .; -' '. i
A Houses rented. March 2nd.Baaslnger. . .
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We well that in the whole civilized world .. -
.. M Taxes paid and Titles verified .. precinct No. 7, Saturday, mar say A. CARBON.4A..CWNIo.' .- j..L.LUT7EK.KISSIMMEE . . '.
j fir non-residents. March 4th.Narcoossee. the two principal languages in active use today are 'English' PrePleDt ...rr-Idnt. .........

7 Fire, Life and Accident In- precinct No. 8, Thurs and German. < , ,
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surance. day, March 9th. -
AS A MEANS OF FITTING OUR CHILDREN FOR PRACTICAL
t Indemnlty'Bonds.: Very respectfully
LIFE INSTRUCTION IN GERMAN SHOULD RANK LEAST NEXT
AT
LUMBER CO.
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Taz.Asaessdr, Osceola County. TO THAT IN ENGLISH.

t ,1 I ?. Aside from ita practical use,, ther German language also embraces, /.

f Conforming With the Ordinance.,'with English, the RICHEST AND MOST IMPORTANT LITER- --RouUh and Dressed .
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FOR SALE CHEAP: FOR CASH .
I.I.W.. apply the water: test in accordance ATURE OF THE WORLD in every science and in every art and in; / .
.. to'section 16 of the City Ordinanceand
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Orange Grove 197 old guarantee our work! in-every respect every field of human endeavor. PINE LUMBERHOUSE f fV

4' trees. Seventeen acres under ; placing the .quality -of material German is used to a large extent in our commercial life. It i ia .

fence. One .mile ,from aa the ordinance direct, thus safeguardingreedthe distinct aid too a man'engaged in a large business i doctors. to aw- I
city: .. Apply to public from sewer gas 4,4t
diM..e. yen. .. /< 1
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'I HARRY W.'TNURUAN, 4-tf The Office Pioneer phone Plumbing 214 Broadway.Shop, German should be taught In our schools FROM THE EARLY ,- BILLS A SPECIALTY. .. ; ?

r .umeK MTO 'Kissnno. HMIM I GRADES, and there should be no thought. of ever jlropping it from 1s :
Old newspaper for sale at this office .
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We owe an apology.to our teachers; 5 Klsaimiyiee., Florida. "
II When wishing to'buy little ilfts'why; not look
/'..Iji Mr. and' Mrs. Sanders, for not men. ,your .... over
: Show Cases Fixtures, Safes ,a varied: stock of. presents ranging .
LAUNCH LINDA 'APT 1 WEl H i honing .interesting! entertainmenHiven'Jjy ', ,r"
t I I ryllev l L" ' 10cto"$16 60 at
a ( their pAplls on Arbor Day ; rlters, , (

l y LA r Leaves City" Dock Daily\ at"8SO: a. m. and 2:00: .p. m:: .j Too much praise cannot be given tl) en Computing. : Scales, 'a.Qd. Office" : ,

r Returns at 11 :SO a. m and 5:00 p. mFO'R . for the work they are oing. Mr..San : Filing Devices I' . '= 'GIFT SHOP" J
' i ders took a team--and went into, the p. ____ 1. I' Y" 80-
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it: -- i I wood accompanied, by Nome the SPECIAL AGENT FOR '\ :
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I older bcjys, and clrig up about twVqti Lewis '
0 Upchurch Co.; ,: '
fine ornamental f tree of different kindi Wholesale Grocers .' (Something' Different! ). J
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Hay and' Grain .
Ki&immee Park.HUNTING, k and set them out in the school yard ..
iH They appear lo be growing ,aj| right? v -and Products ".' OrlIfflC U'.wl SouvenirsCarved tO'f(1/iuZ( r
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KIHSAN & CO.
Inside .the school house they i'lat'ed Packing House 7ebact'u'Jars'
: .. Heads and Palmello 1f nod Novelties' t'i'
flowers and pa.lm\ leaves.and the effect Prf M iiJtHMcillM. fHr Marl Iolltltof. a
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L: ' Tarpon Fish Scale ;rc/.J'clliFs, tittivator > :
? t *****erwelelieeeeeeteeeeeeeee.e..eete.eeeeee.eeteeretelM. / :I was very pleasing. The pupils are dl- ''
Goods Wools
Btatls Sourcriir "cnlslId.
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:' ..: vided) into eight'grades and it is a task .>-, X" ., I C .Y-ptaS \" .
: 1 that dew canrealize, to arrange.the, r ; Cards, t'1 rlisl's ,'Materials, Vox Points andSlalioflcry II

i. i ir KISSIMMEE: DRUG: C.. J. j. work so that two teachers can sa-tisfae I. ', land Painlcd 1'icturts. In fitvflfvyelevery ;

: lorily accomplish what they are doing TAILORINGI j .'. lie: J df description. . '
; CARRIES I A.O 0 fp'l.E LINE I OP :; Wednesday evening there was a course : % 1,
i .r','Iof lectures on agriculture;: given at the I
; srhool house. The meeting was called .a* art few achieve rt - but v. I '
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: DRUGSDRUGGISTS' Bast Selection of Mechanical l in Town
; I I II Toys
: to' ,...I'r by President Hitchcock alter ;
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_which he introduced Prof. J. J. Vernon! ,, ANDERSON & BVNUMDARLINOTON
."' j' F dean oT the Colli'get>Agriculture, who I ll '
: : STATIONERY t:; "Pt'nn' the fubject of foil building AVE < The Early Bird Gets the Worm"C ':.
; : SUNDRIES, Excel All Others in Kissimmmee :-
.' :. . ': and Jla'\'iv.. a good! many new ideas ont '. I I
Him important matter. He was fob AIM 4o th. BEST : ..... 5 ._ "
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:./***.***.******>.***********#********+******.*****.*:> lowed l by Prof. C, K. McQuarrie, assistant '; Cleaning Dyeing Repairing o.. --'-...... 5 -5-;----' ----:- ..0'

of the Farmers' Institute, who -
-- -poke of_.(oek raising and his talk was I II
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d very interesting., Fmf. B. P.Spencfr, I _
,A assistant extension division of the UniJveriity !
EVERY SUCCESSFUL MAN ACHIEVES i
THE STORE t
of FloridA, slake| next on "Agricultural Bargains CASH
SUCCESS THE SAME WAY Education' in Our Public

SchoolTheM,? gentlemen have delivered :- ., i l'!\
BY SAVING MONEY First Door North of Rpstoffice :
]0>< lectures to 11KK) farmers Tn all kinds of Real Estate. + .
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t i Do'you want to be. successful? Start saving now. Put your money in since July 1. 1810.( They deserve great Fire and Life Insurance and + .*.**%.***.. '. ..1i -

credit for.their work. .Armour's Fertilizers.: Renting i There you will find SHOES>iJATS, :;
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THE CITIZENS BANK OF KISSIMMEE i< We were pleased to entertain'Mr. and Collecting Rents a '

t*' I Green and wife and Mrs. Templeton olChibago Specialty. Taxes paid for | DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS, allot t>est- t ,<
t one> day last week.' The, two Non-residents.( 4,
k'I We have more :Savings; Accounts than any other. Bank in '
ladies are si.-ters of Mr. O'Connor of I quality and lowest prices.
; Osceolw County.A -
j Chicago, who was here last May. He R- p. MEEK
Savings Bank loaned! FREE. If you hu\,-n'. procuredone ,
r home and told such big stories _
went Call Before elsewhere -
do HO at once. about Davenport, that his folks all I Kiss lnmee. Fla. I | Buying ',
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thought that, the climatt-or somethingelse I I II'
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+r AltTHUII E. I>oNIOOA.-J .dpl't - ++++++++++++++++++++++r+++++++++++..#+++++++++++++FHT'he
had turned his brain" HO they camedown ,
I 4 to tind out for themselves, and : I

--- w,'II tie) ) came they paw but, we, GUY PLATT JOHNSON I

Florida, for .....
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or conquered they .
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ARNOLD have each, brought land here, and will v I '
w. H. '
RULL BASS MARKET
.. returnvith-their brother. Mr. O'Connor \

in the near future to make linetheir '

\ . Contractor and Builder . home.. Nt>. my friends, there was '.... Bearden Building One Block from Depot t
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'II H i a nothing the, matllo'r"Ith Hro. O'l'unnor'e t
i i PI-AN', AND ESTIMATE_ FUN'.ED' Designs for .All Classes ot Buildings I 2
A., brain it was just! a natural con "
1 ON A..L'c.TIC' : '. ] FresIi" KIorJda ol' nil kinds."
I ,sebuencehe couldn't help liking Uaiv'eulort. I MEATS
{t -- a RESIDENCE! WORK I SPECIALTY 1 1sTamodltno and( Western .f ,:* -*
I guarantee my work, when ompl"'lo'd, to bejust | ,
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Another carload lot came in from Chi- ,
08- contracted for. cago. This place seems destined", to be I POULTRY.>EGGS FRESH FISH ,

i ::'=?,P:. 0. Boa ..7 IR..clene. L'W"Bra+d., settled by Chicago people Who could I '.
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SpeeialIllenlion r Ordas fwd f'rte
KISSIMMEE FLORIDA blame them. for wanting to get out of It.J

1 f that great big outrage--for that is a I'' C. W. Griffin DdiJ'cr'loa''Jpaf"l) .UK......... ('d)' -'lwflt 89 r
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r proper name for Chicago:! They don't

know what living is -there-they only ANCY

\ .......................... mare exist,-and noise, it and i is one smoke continual, everywhere.night ;I FAMILY GroceriesAND

EMIL MACH \ t ERNEST MACH At night you go to bed tired out.from I -

Act Sta.dent Oil C 1I.,: :1 the day's, toil to rest; you .rise in the
'fI t FRESH MEATS
MACH morning exhausted because tie continual
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,, ,J t, : / 'noise of: street! cars and every I
other!, kind of confusion!! has prevented Delivery Every.Day at Anv Hour
ii JLivery Feedatid'. Sale Stable: .1 .. Patronage Solicited *
{J sleep] and you go 8t it again day after j t ",
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...1.:1:; : ::1 ', Agt. International,Harvesting Co.'i: ,, ' until day-always you can't the eame'old stand it"any tread-mill longerV ',North Kissirtimee : "Phone No. JB.1 Prize Offers from Leading Manufacturers .. .r
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then o'ne tells of Florida. At
some you j' "Hints)' 'inventors"'Inventions "
r .A or.:r.,.' : : :I3EA4Y: tflA LTZ+INC+:; 8otikonpatents. needed. t
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first you laugh at the seemingly impoe-.j.jI "Why.some inventors fail." Send rough skc'ih or "modelfor ""

..t: ; "'. : Everything new and first class. Welrender prompt I and sible stories then you begin"to listen ,Sprigg Fleming'l' search of Patent Office records. Our Mr. Oreelay was formerly.

satisfactory service day or night. I then you come to see for yourself, Acting Commissioner of Patents, and as such had full charge-ol '.
know the
then-but continue
why
,I, ; you I the U. S. patent Office. *
ONE HALF BLOCK FROM PASSENGER DEPOT rest; you just can't go back there to PRESSING <

} I w ':: t. Kissimmee Fla. Phone 113 T live after seeing Florida.On DYEING! I I
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.. Friday evening REPAIRINGLeave GREELEY & MciNTIRE l

I .. ... .......... ........ Adair pleasantly on-tertained l -D their 'j o O ... '
"'. friends at their home, sat ot ven- o I Io
word at toy house aDd cloih
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port. -The house -as attractively decorated oil] be calle4.ior Pod returned. WASHINGTON, D. C. .
with palms and ropes, with here j o I IMo.

and there, bouquet of pansies and vio- Satisfaction(
leU and feathery ferns. Dainty refreshments :
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% ., Oseeola Lumber. of i ice cream and ,cake were J.I h .

'CSYr' erred, and while Messrs. Ed Gill and

Silas Bowen furnished "fin. music many I .
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,C? : = Indulged in dancing, while others '" r' : 4 J

r -Company- amused 'themselves by looking or by '

ii trolling about the ground., and then .
the drive borne. If wan ,to really
y you
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enjoy an evening drive, you oughtto ., The Oseeola Hardw are Company ?

and Dressed'Lumber try one' in Florida. Just imagine for a .. y e,

4, Rough : moment a road lined on either aide with has in its employ first-class up- ,
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towering pines, over there Is a clump ,
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1 of graceful palms waving their great :
WINDOWS, DOORS fan-like leave in the air, the air is to-date plunaber: and are preparedto

,'.' : SHINGLES LATH BRICK LIMEGENERMM sweet with the' perfume of all manner '
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j of flower; and the beautiful lakes, and furnish, estimates: on all kindsI

the glorious full moon, shedding bet)

1 rib r I. NO'LT'Y VvC>RK.S light over.all making a truly tropical of PLITMBIKq PIPE' FITTING.ETC. t-I

acenei; Do,- you. wonder 'at people'sheads ,

UILDING MATERIAL getting turned 'wben.they'eame .* J
bere-it U a cae of love at first sight. .- '/
y' lt Mrs ,Wheeler, t r 1,
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FIXTURES A .SPECIALTY.i. . . s .
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Mp i AH Fixtures and Work Fully i
WHAT: IT MEANS I ; .

ti \ Many P.opl.do not know wbtt a Bank'* CCMIK )i.for. or the dnr.f.ae. b.- J "Have had headache for two years; Guaranteed.
h.HD a bank of littl or no ciplul and one with tarp l oipllal. I Buffered badly; could not read or sew .j/ .

i 4t A RANK'S CAPITAL AND' BCRPLVB! with any comfort; was unable to go in fT1
l. She food that ..... I ; '
protect dvpontlora from I. therefore th laren U t.! th any bright light without suffering with iI i\
r (-.r protection\ lb.doJMMilora: base. I b1e bank haa a .

I Oapll&Vof ........ .. ..t .... ... .10.000 00- my eves. ,r '
Snrpliu fund of...... .... .. ...... I' .
lcL .dMi uo "I consulted Dr. H. Edgar Cole and
f 1'F Stockholdaraliability. .. .......... . 6O.OUOOO J

AlotatM....!. .,. . .... :...... .. 112.V>OO 00 be fitted me with glasses and have not
t ;[ bad headache dine.wearing the glasses;; OSCEOLA HARDWARE CO. :
ell 'Tbla"e&Dlth'" we read lase IltaOOCLOII b.raro nor d.poeIlortIad ao.. a.1 FI
r' {, ,,' i .aL Tht ptloa Ie for YOU. can-read and seW and have no.unpleas .

: "' i S STATE BANKI OF KISSIMMEE ant results. and ean see perfectly S. L. LUPFER Manager '
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C, A..C.4R80 JOHN 1C. LEE N. B. CARSON
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: PARK': ':" . 'We'have the largest-list of city,. suburban and country 'propertiesResident ,

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I > WELLS: ;: "": v -Building "r. "
properties Business Blocks; ,.
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.: $10 Casfi, $10'per Month .. ,
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Lots. Truck .Farms, Orange Gf'Ysand. \, "<: : '" .. [
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CITY PROPERTY COUNTRY PRICES i iEVE ,
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,t ,AND TERMS. v \! Timber .Lands. ., ): ; '
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EXCELLENT LARGE LOTS. . }
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4 t t MOST AD'MIRABLE LOCATION. '

t.". WELLS PARK & a sub-division located on the . BUY rNDEX01"lrNGE; 1 r'

f'\ I beautiful ..Hiilsboroufh River, JUST'JN THE SELLs : j .

1)\) I' EDGE -OF TAMPA, 'Florida's mast prosperous I

Ri! .I and progressive. city. A*city that showed the .'. : ; .
/REAL VESTATE ANYWHERE
j. largest growth in i population. Wealth and improvements -

I of any city in the state for the past ten. -
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. I' years A city whose future is briehtei than is . c" .
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0 A Fine Southern Plantation 'which '
Wells Park
evfetv dreamed by. the most optimistic. v.

I I is undoubtedly' the most- attractive suburban, proposition Is Modern\ In Every KcKnvH.{ 'These] are- b. of the

within a reasonable distance of Tampa.. Eighty acres fronts' on three) of the prettiest lakes in Florida ... _ .

THIS !IS NOT AN AGRICULTURAL:: proposition, ; a two-story ten-room-TnocTern house baths fireplaces,. etc. attractive
I T wen ty-eight varieties of fruits in bearlna1.000; old orange many very propositions .
t'. .I but for homes ojr an investment it has no equal a trees which will yield this year approximately 4,500 boxes of . ",

,: I sub-division that has all the advantages that could ; fruit; ten acres in young citrus trees that will soon begin to bear. we have 1 listed.We "

.0 :' I be desired for a home.: ON Tr>E* RIVER between Only six hundred feet from a railway station and within ten miles .

- two paved highways within a few minutes walk of of Tampa located on a paved road, 20 minutes' auto run to the r \ have what YOU
city. A"beautiful country home surrounded by stately and pic. '
.++ !, I street car )Jine. High well drained land. beautiful .
of flowers.
I, turesque shade trees and a profusion Price want. .. .
':.r shade trees in bountiful profusion. Generous .
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I reservations for parks streets and alleys. Several r $10,090e. Terms '

.. J springs of unexcelled drinking water on the .
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,! i property. .

.,,. So situated that the natural growth of the city wily I
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constantly add to the attractiveness of the propertyas 40 ACRES '
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t ; home sites and to their value as an i vestment -

The river at this point is sixteen Teet deep and If you want real bar- ./Just ten miles from Tampa on paved road; fair si-room .

very wide making an unexcelled harbor for ,small < house, two story? most:! excellent fruit and truck land. Fifteen, /.

tl \ crast and canoes. j rains in !Real Estate- .: acres exceptionally fine for trucking. Small grove of oranges :
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THIS PROPERTY "OWNED BY iJS. The''
E Ep :. and peaches in bearing. Twelve acrescleared: ;;; and fenced.
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.. TITLE GUARANTEED. Write-us. '
'J, improvements 6n this property alone are well worth the ..
YOU CAN MAKE .MISTAKE IN THIS r .
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\: PROPERTY EXCEPT THAT YOU NEGLECTTO Price $1200

_ SECURE ONE OR MORE LOTS .YO W'' .

Pnces and terms attractive .

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i -- I FOR SALE-Lots 7 and 8, in block 244.1 mS ELLAEOUS I Petition
WANTED for Special
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School
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Florida avenue, StTCloud; beat eve' t
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Advertisements ii Due in city; also two shares of company's WADE the'tuner Orlando. District. .. '>.
Classified stock: cheap. Inquire of Olive WANTED Good girl general house'! I
s L. Wells,'Winchester, 111. 6-6t-pd FOR fresh fish,.phone the Rull Bass work, good pay and permanent' employment To the HI.Claud.Vis.' "Jiaiiirr:.;\ lel1'' .' k
Market, No. 189.! 19-tf Ip NonorablesosMotCouatyCommisoaart '! -
/i! right Three room .
party. '.
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of .
; Oiiaeola ,
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v \ I' County .< ,
,oj I 1,, iyeriisernenU are Inserted under thle head at the rate of Cents..: FOR SALE-We have In Eureka Addi- GET artesian H. N.wells.BRATTON, to drive,43 your-tf, servant house.' '.. Nelson, Realty. 1-tf Co. we within the. undanlcaed qiullned ol. tom. raiding " "

1 per line each Insertion_ "+"1' ditior: beautiful cast! front lots overlooking ----.: "-----------1 the territory dMcr-lbed In the a
I ........ .. IH the ; high, dry, healthy VISJT the Rug Room .of the Cash WANTED-Refined followoc prop< od, SixwIUT.l Bohool Dtktrlrt.. -
.Iakej' couples or gentlemen -
.. ( location ;' Sot contains about Hardware, Store. 49-fr nmpMtrully petition your Honorable Board wl
1 for several furnishedrooms
!. ..i and --- ---- -- nicely U oronlie. thefol'ovlnc! le.erlb l '
l FOR SALE-Three brood mares quarter of an acre much larger than ( territory
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: }'o1&I FOR dressed with bath the best meals the
Rull
the ; low
poultry phone aSpud| l.ITa
for colts-prairie raised. See or address ordinary Iota; prices range from $65 I 8choolXUilriol.lo.wU:
market afford. Corner Main and
Baas Market. No. 19-tf can,
H, isteffee.-Kfssimmee Fla. 7-2t 189. Beginning at thi northeast corner, a& a polnlon -
J. to $85 each, $5 cash and *6 month .
per
rty. $ _ ,_ ,_. _, Pacific 50tfK003IS ( the a'
KING Quality shoes for men a .bush without interest,; fine location for i MUTTON fresh: fat and fine, at the .. street.- meander llneofauGk.Tobopekallga
of Store 1 ...FOR... SALERhodTlsland Red eggs. beautiful home. Nelson Realty Com Rull Bass Market, phone 189. 19-tf ,- --,- .01,1 point to he on a direct line wltb ..... .- A
-Guaranteed full strain $1 for setting Blppl .avenue town of Sl.
; 6-tf | Cloud thane followsIng -
shoes before buying pany. WOOD, strand $I725lBve strands AND BOAR]) I
SEE King Quality I oTT6. Mrs. R. L. Starling. 6-2tpd. per ; iho meander line weilward to a point
'* Caah Store. 1-tf: I 85.75. Kissimmee Lumber Co. 29"-tf! : < In Une
,: ._ djn-clly with Columbia aecus. of sod #
t GET here early and see those Rugs at |I FOR SAL '> A complete outfit for I FOR SALE-A beautiful! home at Clar- THE Cash Hardware Store carries the I DWELLINGS for rent, apply to M. Tiller town, thence running south to Ute seater of

the Cash Hardware..Store, 4tf_ I making concret j>locks, brick, tiling cone, Fla., -13 acres of lands some largest line of Rugs in town. 49-tf '. _.:._.. ceotlon.10, town h4)| (d. range M. eait,. tbeno
O CITY'LOTS for sale at low etc. Write'J. S. I> ..lace, Clarcona, orange grove and several other differnt I,C'UMC! TUMT I Those Rugs aT the. l. ROOMS--- for- Rent-Apply-- -to Mrs. D. |\ running north to the point of atartlogfVery \ .
It r CHOICE I
j priceq. See or write H. Fleming for Fla.. :. __ _-__ -'- \ 7-t-pd kinds of bearing.fruit; good barn I I I Cash Hardware: :Store. 49-tf_ M. Breaker. 31-tf 0. WtMtOOU respectfully r
;: and lot arrangements; good 7-room SHANIBARGER I III Tbom ooD:
t particulars._ PIT GAMES-FortyhensatirB9s Bch; dwelling in first-class condition; flowers I i I Orlando, for bIcycles. I 3O MoNew I 114Abertasm .- ,
ROOMS TO
SALE-I\ and sundries. -wheels from $6.50 RENTEither'lingll! or ...
MALLARD DUCKS FOR two cocks $5.00 each; two stBRS and shrubbery nicely 'arranged ; I new 7.7tpdCARPENTER en suite; suitable for light huae-( A B Kenney E: HHVetherbe .. ..
. 1-101 Ducks $1.00; Drakes, 1.50. $2.50 each. E. R. Bagby, GothaJo'loridL horse and buggy; a bargain for I JOBING keeping. Apply to Mrs. A. A. Simp C 8 Cooper t r Van Aredale, ,
F. Vans Agnew. 7-tf ItfI a ick buyer; insurance paid until ] and 'reJ icing. 8-tf O (i Cox J... B Powell
t son.
I 1913. xAddres8 Mrs. Sarah. Harris, Good work. See James, Church St. P L Dutton O D Blood ,
FOR bargains in resident property IF YOU WANT SCREENS see Osceola Clarcona;vFja. 6-3t-pd : near Main St. 45tf. :. BOARDERS wanted-Mrs. E. J. Alvey Jacob Hoffer A r Bats r
I truck-lands and orange graven call on Lumber Co. They make them any I JUST arrived-big stock of Guns Leg; can accommodate several persons with FU Knapp IT D Col Tin *., u
,ffi H. M. Breaker. Kissimmee.- Fla. 4-tf size and kind you want and make themto I gings, Hunting' Coats and Ammo board and room at her home in rear U 1\V3farah a O Fierce :.. ?
: FOR-choice 5-acre suburban;: home fit. Give them a trial. 7-tf FOR SALE Trucking farms both nition. Ross Graves. 36 of school house, or board without W-eetan Bailer W N Garner j,
"y tracts, see immee"Gardens. J. M; large and' small; cit> t>roperty, improved - th'--t'heed room. _. S4-tf -J LCummlngi J N MurllaAugim '
YOU have roof
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PENNELL-Agent Sayman's Soap and and vacant; colonifeajhon tracts a paint / Voss lp
Willson. Jr. ffiHFOR CAN get-Uee'; meals John D. DeOrawEd
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Black Pearl metal is the YOU good
W' Remedies, Ordway Plasters, Magnetic I of any size; beautiful lalt-A front' ing paint Lelatwu
A B DanteU.
t Machine.. and Menuets mends leaks In- fine ranging in right thing for this climate. Ross cooked by best northern cook at:; .
SALE-Singer Sewing Combs, hoesj! ; orange groves C 3 Bnilogily a w FeanTb0o
in first-cjass condition; with'attacti- stantly. 25 cents packets. Agents, price-irrbm 1000.00 to 60,000.00. W Graves. .. 34-tf Transcient office, for Restaurant 25c ach. Short opposite orders post George ..Dr 8 Bfrt . I.
i ments; $12 00. Mr. A, M Stryker.. wanted. 6-4t-pd are in the market to please and can {YONE anywhere can start a mail extra.. 41-tf D M Wright too B sobuler .
r _. -52 tf..g I suit any reasonable mind of man who o r business at home. No canvassing ... -- W F MoEndree C W-poop
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FOR SALE-At a Bargain if told by will give us an opportunity. No boss. Send for free .
FOR SALE-Three Florida raised Po- j your own J W Smith ,.... Dalton '
ni..... H. Fleming. 61tfSEVERAL j March 15th ; four-room cottage ; 18 trouble to answer questions/"--Correspondence booklet.) >Tells how. Heacock, A 214*, FOR RENT J E: Baxter /w )(.Ib_.
I fruit trees;;; close in ; two Tots( in solicited. Nelson Realty I '
-- bockport.Ns.Y. i. C CottroU o w M'oodard
1 GOOD WINDMILL out- North Ktssimmee ; 17 fruit trees improved -I Company. 6-tf
J T FarrU i Baird
L Mft to sell. Mill tower, pump tank, I ; two Iota in Prospect Park; FOR ANY kind> f metal, especially I FOR RENT-Nearly three acres oft A P C .
r everything complete. S. H. Bullock. one farm lot in Taft, close in. Address roofs, use-Black Pearl I metal pain I"I, trucking land, with five-room house; Klpltnger Jt HantlugerAdniniatrator's ';01&
Box 481, Kissimmee. 3-tf FOR SALE-From Feb. 11th to Feb. 34-tf Nelson Co. 3-tf ..
Ross Graved close in. Realty
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i. FOR SALE-2 h. (g. gasoline engine in FOR SALE-r-Twelve acre orange and Cottage, opposite court house, the fol- IF YOU WANT SCREENS*. Osceola I\ Notice. .
... good condition. L. M. Williama.3 grapefruit grove, about three miles lowing articles: Mission dining-room Lumber Co. They make them any\ an rec1Ito.., legatees, dbltrib .... and all
lock. south from court house. 8 3t from Kissimmee, on railroad. WillqeII set-table, buffet and six chairs; one size and kind you want and make Over\ panona baring claims or demand agalntt Ih.
I.%OU WANT SCREENS see Osceola -at a bargain. Address W. H. brass bed and springs, one mahogany to fit. Give them a tnaL 7-tf estate. of Cathrrlna A. tan. "..... daveaaaA. ,

j f+ Lumber Co. They make them any Arnold. Kissimmee.. _Fla. 41-tf dresser, one mission library table, one ANJntelhgent-- person ma Bain $100monthycorresponding..for << WOOD'S HIGH-CRAPE laU of Oaomla Co.. Ma IIIe requIred to cnarak '
.,,1 size and kind you want and make themto mission screen, one white screen one ) rtwspa- tbouma to the uad.\imacl.daJy\ .1I1ba.t!... r't
flt. Give them a trial. 7-tf FOR SALE-A 'Nice Home ; small oak Morris chair, one mission rocker, No canvassing. Send for ed, within the time praaefltad by law,.o* earn -
litt-c'I izatiot bungalow; about one acre of ground; four reed rockers, one....upholstered; pen Press Syndicate, B 2246 particulaR Seeds. wll be barred: and .11 oirtng aaid estate arerequired
FOR. SALE-Fine private water works' ; house neatly one mission hall tree, one porcelain- N.Y. to make Immediate settlement. *
proposition in the State of Florida; and well furnished; everything com lined refrigerator, one three-burner Lockport, s. V. B. Careon
t convenient to county'seat town; both plete. Address Owner, Box 675, I wlckless oil stove one kitchen table, WHEN visiting St. Cloud, our Kissimmee We ,headquarter* for Administrator Bitate Catherine' A Bturtonat,
investment. Nel- 'are ,
safe and profitable board washstand. deeesaeA .
Kissimmee, Florida. 2-tf one ironing one friends are invited to make their .
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Realty Company. 6-tf I the best in all Farm March 10. A D. ivl I. T-et ,.
.\; son | Dr. St. James F. Blanchard. 7-2t headquarters with the St. Cloud DrugCo.

'\ FOR SALE-Fiveacrea uf flne truck- TOMATO" PLANTS, Sweet Potato All the popular drinks can bea Gnu and Clover rt
I ing land; within fifteen hundred feet Slips and Velvet Beans for sale. I FOR SALEEightfacre: tract of;land, had our soda fount, and our ice Seed Corn Cotton Seed, In Bankruptcy. k
is the best that be made.,
} of high-school building and adjoining 5,000,000 Livingston's New Globe I one-and-a-half miles from railroad cream can, _. Beaax Intha District Court of the Unlt d 8l.tea IniDd -
Cow Sola
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Aultman's celery farm. J. M. Tomato Plants at $1.25 perforpo M. Delivery -
Mr. I station ; sixand.ahallmiles from LOST OR STRAYED-One for the aoat aero District of norld.I..
bay mare
I Willson, Jr. 7-tf_ February 15th. Headquarters county seat; all good land; 20 acres about 12 old weight about 700; Sorihtnos, Kuflr Corn R>KJoha B. Williams, doing bG.I,,_.. ...
:4 TOMATO-TLANTS KOR- SALE--- i R. Davis Cato slips, Bartow.Fla.and velvet bean 4-ot-pd seed.J. I in fine state of cultivation; fenced into pounds; escaped years from; stable in St. Millet Seed,PeanoU, etc. Baa.TrHOrocarr Co.. Dank rapt-In .....10-
New Globe different fields ; 5-acre orange Cloud night of February 2. Find will my. "
have 600.000 Livingstons grove' ; house of four room.; porches: hold her and Mr. Wood -Wood'i Crop is u e d To the credltoiVof< John B.Wlllis ...safere-
notify
now ready. Plants 8 to 12 inches FOR SALE!-Bearing Orange Grove, t ;;;; please .
stables; -chicken house: well of good the groceryman, St. Cloud, Fla.., who Specialm 'ntbJ, aald of Peg Horn, Is Oonaty, aid Dlatrlet
Later sowings coming fenced
and 14
stocky. 700 trees, 80 acres acres water land rich and tertlle atomaetrl. absnkrept.1rcUo. .
j MU$125 per thousand. Cash with hammock, pine, marsh and prairie having; had four very or five hundred hl.dof ; will pay the expense. .___ gives timely information. to .la hereby gives that on the Ird daj-ofJanvarr
s order. J. K.: Davie Bartow, Fla. 8.4te land, cottage and packing house. cattle penned on it at night for SAFE AN PROFITABLE INVEST- aeeda to planteach month in l ll. the add /oka B. Wllllama,Maforesaid

FOR SALE OR EXCHANGEWishing Next year' crop estimated at 6,000 some time; this land can be sold at a MENT-120 acres of land, with two the year,also pcuof! Seasonable , waa dnljr adjudicated. a bankrupt,
: a change of climate for my wife's boxes. Cash or terms. Address, bargain pric. and on favorable terms orange groves covering about sixteen Seed.. write for copy, and \Ike 0 rat meeting of hU creditors. will beheld
health,:'I will sell cheap or exchangemy Owner Box34S, Kissimmee. Fla. :48-tf of payment; large grove could be acres, in bearing consisting of mailed free on l'eque8t.I. at mj offlee la Tampa,Florida,on the iota '
fine Water Power Custom Mill IF YOU have any poultry or eras for grown here at small expense and good well assorted oranges, grapefruit, day o(( rtbrua,.,.. 1B11, .. 9 .*eloek po m., a* -
Bottom Land. Good Buildings sale or if you want to buy chickensor money made at trucking in the mean* tangerines; three-room house, stable which time the eradlldh majr attend, prove;" t
good and no better location Jn East, Ten eggs or If you are in any 'wy interested time; about 60 acres of nice timber, and barn; quarter mile of fir* lake W. WOOD SONS their-.lataa.appoint s \J'Ute8.ue the ., ,
Two mlles.from court house. in poultry raising, send your consisting of pine and some oak; r IaHJ front; two miles from railroad J.H four bankrupt, and ,....... sook other bnelneee M'
Will nestee.exchange for good Florida property name--on a postal card to- as. We adjoining told off .in ten- er*> tractsto miles from St. Cloud: owned! by a .3eed3mea; Wcimood.Ys4 .1 mar.properly. eome before Ike aaldmeetlnc.WILLIAV .. -J
well located. Write for fall have something of interest for you. colonists; fuU particulars: to Inter- Kansas man who would like to sell. > tnnTTKE
f e.. description to L. E. Goes, Cleveland Address The Tampa Weekly Times Vested parties. Nelson Realty Comiparty. We'would like to tell YOU all about pie !V sjankraiey.Tampa. !. 7
Telmessee. 8-3t Tampa Fla. -.-4tI 'St ft-tf this. Nelson Realty Company. Sod J I'J -....-. : Flex, re* .0, t.u w.
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;f ; The Kissimmee'' Valley Gazelle The.f1911- G. A.' -R.Encampment t. people requested The by' .dozens'of Vallejr. Gazette-' old soldiers ha'. .,beer tt : ., ,

'say for them all" K'msimmee citizens '

d w. II, HARRIS, Eat, 'or' and Prop'jS. . ...'. . That better'or.more open-hearted treatment : :; ; :KISSWELJBPTIST s i l E g N HURCf 1-- : .!

;I J. TRIPLBTT. A.*o.<:late- . .Edlto.,- ' .. 1. .. -I 1 : nt( '. ... . tad never come their way"'thar
- ' '?': year
; : PUBLISHED EVERY fRIDAY. --.-' ''tAnltintle(1r1Yem1'age.UUej J .,;': I' th(\installation taking .placri im they received!; here, arid though 'tlt&y f. ,. i.

i Office in Va.neyGazet.te Buildim, . + ::--...:- .. :f"iutI."IY after their e.ctlpn') : / may iieye again have the' pleasure I .<.:>/nlindltiir "<>.rlle..lh. for Ibo fNith whleh" wet once:

t4 1 i t. K1SSUIIIE&.OSCEO'IA, COUNTY FLA_: .. '. ; -. !I 'Commander-Joe Bumby of Ofula.Senior . visiting our1 city, they .wotfld carry wit) I >. -fifi nil Hi'livi-re-cUml'i" (lie Salul'V, 'luile-' 'I. '
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--* titrated Jiow'"fletting i b time, how eel J t .
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t'orteof -
1 ; Vice Commarider, SUBSCRIPTION:; RATES: 1..ln' the ffifl: To; flare,! th..hill tli(' ,. oflneii r --T BUNYAKf STEPHENS, l ASTOitOKDEROP
Oa.eupe.onu t'tar ,. tl 00 I In'ter.toeheh.Juim ". days a warm sp>t. in'I their hearts foi t _ ___ '
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is One oi y. nix ....'"'h."If ..:::::___:.:.:"-!'.. :_ ,11I1'11,1\, \ ci, cb_rutrr.., \ rug. ig our nk-: K yico'( Commander" F: :A. 'Cut. the beautiful placethat nestles the ,. \
4 the mime a feeling: 1 of ; on. I ; SKRVlCK-r; : ; FKH. W. .1H11.!)
ti \\III in r
eommun/e.ttnna. t ,, Mideorr..ponhnlamu.the.leaedbrthq: wriuK un4':.I p tirutlann( a fe, ling 'that they live 1 111 of ; Tohopekaliga.: I :...I' MOI I :--1 I 1 X M. .
IM rettirheU St '
will Weetcoit
nut
.rtd nuttrr U. theaeold
.. "' __ To apldters"we be- .. *
ultorl for. .. thtlrainiest nn I say on . .
_._----.-.--- and lur I: ii -part 'If; | Clouil -- -- 1 .
___ hilt f of all! our people, that KissimmetwaaTogori7lbytirsiapresenre Piano '
KliwImrttA.mall 1l. "I .. ever. show I'K'lude.! L -
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Entered t thr Pa tafflc n most glorious nation (\to Krurn ut '
... wood J.-e mater Surgeon General .1..1 SlAugustine. : l 1 ; lld that t I>oxoogy| and Invocation. :
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) 'arrn- Week.
--'- - upon-that Aineririiniti'nsi) | Hymn 18-- "Kafely through Another;
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kindness shown th..mwas "' .
Friday lt.il 171 J11II ] with standing never before at tameby U a
.- tluarterrnstcrGeneral V., 11. Met- only half what they deserved.: It .-Hymn 116- ''Crown"!ni'm-------: --
; off nation un earthWhVh .- with Christ. --
the people I / iiuv. Sermon-Studying . .
S k .. Ihe.el.iii' !r.ol,. ni.rchert: into tin. rash of Jacksonville.Council is. the, wish of us all who call \hisi: favored i Offertory :IMU "Draw Me Nearer "

I : home that the lives'of the Benediction. .
place ,
Is Sent (Complimentary. ,. of Administration .1. 0.1c I
parade the old, I ",.J.1i.r.. bared! thei.hi'ads.atid : ,

5 I Parties rc't-fivinKl tin's "ap..r'| llit-ni throe clu-ers, !uu New of St. Cloud, W. :M. :Sigirins.u: : old ..oldti'r and that of their families. .
gave: LAYMKN'S MEETINGM.:! .
w.ho are not n-jrular "uhecribers. the. youngest responded| even clown tll Abbott K. H: Rolicp of 1'alatka, W : will be lengthened'; upto the time when i i., .

must "not think that it is tie intention M. Ilerran-of Jacksonville. ': old age alone will stop the wheels of ,
beautifiisinht I
.
1 of the pubhsbers hI i later 1'\,1.\ .. ??(/.(..I. lot. It was a 4 I' BAPTIST YOUNG! PEOJ'LK'S) UNION r.J.ri' 1'. M.
: the human clock and stay the swing of
demand of them the aubiC'iHioiiprice I and one, that added\ much .to tin The "ciimpfire"" began at T'MU: Tuesday I

a. it is mailed to them com- parade, unit which should. I I..- ri-T'eatei night and it WIIH, near the, : ro" ;(r.1 lifV's pendulum. May their remaining i EVENING( SERVICE 7:15: -

plimtntary by our Loam l of County often for wY nil love: iill) of "itr whoo.1 night; hour before the lust ember had: I clays be' hii|'py and ...contented and their, S .

the passing' out I ho as peaceful as the sleep: Song Service. .
Commiasionerafor purpose] G
childrrn.and; i-v<-r guard:.. them with (eased. to glow, the last last ol bean1rfien 1 "

S of acquainting them and with' tie. Joinf i'aii'.":;_Nl ti, y honeyed, tlie oliKiilnlits ,.: and the last "pot :oftolfi-e ,'m."j; of a child), ** i ::;;raycrsrungh3, "!loy) Holy'Jloly'" I c
opjiortum-
e many; advantaged: At 3tnu'clock: ::: Wednesday. Scripture Lesson. *
if tie.- this town and ,-'mnly, utter with their, \ lileSt-IH'C" the i'l i 1 leI. Those: 'luahth.I. to. judge statjtli.it : rift..rno"n'j (Offertory) :t44--"Sunu.4nug for ,1t'I the old soldier and their families, took
the home? 'fJrVTe'w' weeks} to any'person the train for St. Cloud. They were metal i Invitation ]180 "Jesus i is (Culling. ..
be mailed f this big ,'a t" and lln-ie, wa i VJ

whcwe name 1 is vlve' "*. 'II.i. pl-ore-slon, lirnsi'ilut itt the. coil 11IKiisi ''',''UKh to "al..ftI.... hunger of. alII the depot" by tfie 1 local'pout of that I ( .
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: .i and' ff they should di-Hire Hi receive about U o'tluvL'uhi're l it ilisbanil- (and.taken to the (i. A. R. heatquarterhere ( "TheOffice Work of the Holy1'11'11": will be thetopic
p who vmited th. lunch rnunter1Thn- I >. for consideration" at the service,
it regularly 1I".aflt'r. we II. hiii'il I ifnil diurii corpsplaveil '' praiver Thursday
+ wlun
J .d.l I. "campli're" >
a \ 7. This o'f
of the wu placed in the wlI"l evening at will be the third of a series
i, would l b0glad i to |put them' on our --tneryl stiiriTij! air which k"Ittl. | purl program ; given in t+.eir honor During the evening talks on the Holy Spirit. It IH said that there IK always -

.subtwrirition lift at the. Mttularrates until hands of the ladies composing' theV.. ,' I room for one more Come and, take your /plal'e"
4 .<-\ii-t throng fully < nurtaineilj there werehurt talks ofthe and
-$1 per > eur [>II ientifor I H.{ C And Ladies of the G.R.J{. 'irtle.a'nl by many part in thin service 1:
'v s Iniini; Msiishal: "'/lrl-'r had' so "Iap.et old su'lclierHt.all filled with goodfellowship I )
., six months '" : they, did their'wors. tno-t thorough - -. ---- VThe
all the people that(' they' I'oubl. hear till; the (;il lee
1 and gooil cheer and
ly. tlie( beans, winch, were baked byMr. ,. Woman's :Missionary I'mon( meets :Monday
J -- - speakers, and then: Hon. C. A. Carson Club rendered some choice vocal selections E afternoon'at :8 o'clock It is the duty of every woman
t : : Smith of the Home" I liakery: wereprepareil
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m the church to attend thi meeting" All I
An Explanation.The was mtntlu'-fil, "I I u, on behalf of tinCItlellS I in a moat finished manner. The, iiJitors in
with. such perfei-uness. that the congregation and town are conluilK ;invited 1 to
lateness of the hour at whul I, of "KlSMHlfl.eeWl'li'omed/ ) the sound" of the curfew had,) long since attend!
t everyonV who, tatted l tht-ni called f"r. -- -
the Valley Gazette wa placed in Ili> <' members of the (li.; A 'K. their families lied away' m the distant forest-'when i :
more, and the colUeva" -u1-! like"mother **f Welcome to All !
1i mails) today was duito) the, fact tlmi' and till v'l-iloj'' to our city. Senate, t I'e good-b.y< ...n'a,<1 and the train i 41
used make.1 It
to x\i a
i 1 the cuts of the tnrturr-1.-".. Unit ajiMr| m" Carson was in his; .best t form. And m H [brought the-m, back t., Kispimmee.where' I ;
sight ne\ er i.eforevitnes, >-e the tirst page did not arrive until 4 0'" clear :iid'( IIIKKIK i \ niTeThat\ c'nuiU| thespent. the- night the majority I ,
MllI1nl'an.\ ." tires burning' here. andther
o'clock this afternoon and the management distinctly heard by -everyone of thithousamlMurroiiiidiiighim.ileliverednni1- slit. of them l..avll1lflOr their homes on
.- throughout oak surthe
; grove
make the story ..1' .. there
desired to \estenlay morning although are.
r"lI'lItl1lg court hous. and a hen,
the encampment/ as complete a* possiblej .f the. I best speeches. ever heard 111 KisMimmee. about two hundred yet in this city looking -..-
jt Bred electriclights strung ill the trees.uith .
therefore deferred sending tht He did nuP" dwell upon the I: around for a suitable place to pur-

forms to press-lit, the usual hour- :2:111.!: trying times of '61./UK/ spoke, of thtpeace hundreds upon hundreds of men. chasv and.maKe then permanent home.And I '
and women from every s-tate-in th1 !, BEFORE INVENTORY SALEIn
o'clock .p m. prosperity[ and goodfellowsliif thus the G. A. U' encampment.
limon mingling together in happy con
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that reigneU) universal Uiufaythroughout; 'of 11U1! came to a c-lose in Kissimmee.As .
the ICncamproent verse.
attended
ifry veteran-who our. glorious' lund ; "that hf only echoedthe the
climax
While I a fitting to encampment order to reduce our stock be-
left a Kissimmee booster. in\ the court room nearly a
/, heartbeat of every one of our people 4. I where the, "blue and the gray"
p'' \=- - thousand had assembled J to listen to fore taking our Annual Inventory,
Kresirngnae hasbegun shipping/ celery. when h.told the wearers of thi' : '!I inarched side t y side and in the samyparade .
thenpresrnce. music by the bund and drum corps andthevexperiences we offer a
honored
blur that our city felt by hundreds of children marched
t- VightVrateu having left here or "
Y' of u.e old soldiers during ,
last for the Northern: near and wits happy and joyful : with JraY'\'Isajej veterans, was the
.
Saturday I the days when white shirts wtjreonly $ .
\" over. the fact that today we could all : J pleasing sciL-ial feature of the G. A R.occasion 5 PERCENT DISCOUNT
I kets. ; worn by officers and hardtack! was I .
n)wet on the oommorj ground of American when both Northern and.'oath .
the visiting the 1 tnl of fare three times, a day. t
It was a grand ightto see I I
l .1 and) loyalty.
,. citizenship .A1IJ'flclln! ,'ni women met at an informalreception

old soldiers eh- ring our school children The Senator laid particular s'riss ulna' Gra"IItnr: Parker again demonstrated I given by; the Am..rlcan"t'0man' .. on all CASH PURCHASES until 1

as they marchedsin the parade on the .efforts! being brought forth by the' his litnesn! for the position to : League to the visiting women March 1st. Nothing.reserved.

\ could be which he elected, he acquitted ;I
Tu. day. No: grander 8ight was as
citizens of Kissiraiftee and St, Cloud to I of the encampment. .
witnessed than : ofif afe and youth !himself] as master otJ'c l'.monit!! in a .
. .. ' induc4 the,, national, government. to builda'home' ' \' '.ThSb 'lifu\\,.,.. !new Chapter liWse : '
maschinq hand in hand .:" ':: y ,,:' : manner 'that ref1eetederttdtt upon.ourity ,"' ;. J... \ I ,I'
: union sob! ,' _,1. .A. FEW SPECIALSi,, :
decrepit ;.L'-- ,
'i for aged.ind -< '..is ''J '* SV J < -v Ti 'i'K just readytforbecufusncy'opened, ( . > : .
. n'' "'..' l I! d1ersWiMj''sailor8: .midway" ,.,t'" "'."'between- ""","-\" -''theseities. '"<, \. and. our. peopleThe..;| !. firsts- speaker. !inlay *., !,*)Informally? -iTiJlviV' ". totl.e''G.} jUnarms" A. Rt I .., I i:,: : , '\. '" ,,, ,.: "'l'v:!' .",_ I ,

Never before thVhUtoryVjpf Floe introduced was J. 0: McNE'w of St.' %
<; ., *nd urged the encampment .to -omen. With, the (flittering sunshine,
ida have so man Union soldiers been loud, wHo entertained the audiencefor I SCREEN DOORS SCREEN WIRE CLOTH
pass a resolution ftulorsiry:! .the plan. I with flags and emblems and flowers |I
congregated in one town at theame a few minutes with many amusing. i Carload of all sizesjust' re- Bia K and Galvanized m
arid nuta The speaker interspersed., hi- uddresv H'lth "perfume of therange bioslom j ceived. A .good door for fine mesh at less than
,
time as were here on Tuesday incidents) of the war, and he was followed you
with several ant-cdo'te8! \ that capturedhis I reclc.lenf I on the air, and the mocking I $ I 1.25 : others up to $2.50 pay regularly.
one of them but left with a feeling by J. F. Karris. of St. Cloud. i
audience, and when he closed therewas birds song from the orange trees
friendship for Kissimmee. Major 1J..1nof Boston Ma.. ., Mine I I Iof .
-- .. ..- a mighty cheer. sent forth that the yard, interblendmg! with the orchestral -
-- - - -- Plummer of thiif city and S..na'tor C. A. PAINTParian; /
The Souvenir Supplement of theLakeland rippled the waters of Lake TohopekaiGrand i music and the hum and ..chatterf SCREEN WINDOWS
-,Curaon of Kissimmee, the latter gentleman Paint stands this
News is received, and it is liga. women's voices inside, tW occasionvas Fine mesh screen adjust-
extending an invitation on lIP t climate best Guaranteed
far and beyond anything( in that line Marshal Parker Then, in a in fatting syrnphbny with this able e'nds. All sizes 50c satisfactory1 '
pr new paint
half of the Woman's League to all each. ,
that has come before! us. We do not most f fitting mariner, presented Mayor Southland. free. Onlv-$2 per gallon. ,
I visiting ladies, in the city to attend a '
know whether or not Editor Hether- T.' M. Murphy with a large gilded key Those in the receiving line, were
reception at tile Chapter House on
ington will come out of the horn at the that was supposed to unlock tKfe gates I Jrs. II. C. Stanford, Mrs. Dr. Winn,
Wednesday between' the hours of 2:30: ROOFING
financial end, gut we do know that this. ro our beautiful KIII.immQn, the I .frs. C. A. Carson Mrs. D. C. Lee and FENCING .
md 3:30: p. m. Paroid Rpofing standardthe
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Carload
will do to in turn placed it "in the hands Pittsburg perfect -
\( Souvenir Supplement more nayor Ira M. Katz, what, welcomed the
Thus ended! the first day's program ready for you. All world over. 1 ply $2.

( bring prosperity to the people of Lakeland of Commander Thompson saying hat of tb.e grandest event in Kissimmee's stran t-rs with warm hand clasps bash sizes. Also'hove fancy .. 2 ply; $3 per square-less

r than anything ever before at.- it t not only unlocked the gates to the roman appointed herself a committee lawn fence a/id gates. than factory prices.

tempted. city over which he had the honor to ,his tory: of one to get acquainted with the visitrs -

reside but also the hearts and hpmeeif The visitors devoted d Wednesday al- after
:p, > ; > .and every one enjoyed the

Don't Seek Trouble. the highest and humblest of our peo- most exclusively to looking over our loon.
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le and hat during the old soldiers' city and meeting our people, only a
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i When Ole Man Trouble gits yo' Among the prominent visiting women -

Yo'II know it right away itay among us they were welcome to short business session of the encamp- were Mrs. Belle C. Harris, nation. sip

rent being had in'the forenoon, at
Yo'! won't need introducln' ill ve had.Commander. al I president of the Woman's Relief
e which matters of a private nature were
l Aa de swell folks do terday. Thompson accented the k>rps, and Mrs. Moore, national secre- BIG STOCK OF FOLLOWINGAll -
discussed and acted upon. A large
'He'll je. walk right up to yo' key I in manner and) wits wprds that ary of the Relief Corps.
lumber of our citizens who own automobiles -
An' he'll say I'se com t' call, lemonstrated the good-wi l of his fol- The guests hailed from far away Oklahoma S

Anr you'll know yo've got a fight on owen for all Southerners, and said that and carriagesatooli expeditions different and Massachusetts Ohio, Indiana 5 per cent off: -.J
parties on sight-seeing .
.. When be steps into de hall. rCistimmee was selected for this reun- and Virginia. Punch and cake
bowing them the many magnificent
of the known hospitality of vero served by Mrs. LaRue, Miss Bet-
on Because
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.r So don' go round a pry in' truck gardens to the north and west of '
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j i citizens. tie Aultman and Miss Elma Smith.
i Into every spot an' place pa ? he city, and explaining,! to them the !

; Tryin' hard t' git acquainted: "' / The band then rendered another of tanner in which jfegetables are.grown The music by the Kissimmee orchestra Mftttin s Rugs Blankets Crockery
/ rendered with Mr.
Wif ole Mister Trouble's face*' its choicest bits of music, after which here with seemingly little trouble orxpense. vaa exquisitely ,

I f J..' ack as though yo're strangers Commander Thompson delivered an ad- But the ore thing that captured irown first violinist, Mrs. Stanley Furniture StoVes Refrigerators
/ JuUock second. Miss Mae Graves cornet -
i Keep on goin' wit a bluff, dress on the life and character of Abraham them more than 'all else was our

Lincoln. This address 'will be1 I an<\. Mn. Prentiss pianist. Sash and Doors
( Wagons ToolsBuilders'
Cos de moment Trouble\ wants yo' wonderful artesian well that supplies --- - - --

( He will git yoj-soon enough. printedn! full! in next. wee
,I '/ gazette. ) dreamng Hardware
/ S md fire protection they never -
'' Some folk"jes' make me weary I desire to correct a report which has ,
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S / This was followed by the Glee Club I that a well flowing four hundred I t
go snoopin' round about I teen circulated by a few people, to the ,
Dey >f St. Cloud in one of the sweetest and gallons; a minute could be obtained at 5 Implements
All-de dreary han'ts o' Trouble effect that I am about to leave Kissim- 5'
S'S best rendered songs it has ever been the elevation of Kissimmee.It .
A.n' dey try to find him out. nee, which report is entirely without
our fortune to hear.., which closed the is possible that never before in the '
An' de fust thingdey,; know Mister oundation. "I located -' Isslmmeeabout .
social features of the afternoon.The '
of Florida city has such a'
Trouble hustles down de pike, history any five years ago because I foundere
business session of the encampment large body of men been! so completely' -
+' An' dey git acquainted wif him 'the beat people on earth, and the
was called to order at 4:3> o'clockin aptured by the many advantages and
ID a way dat dey don't like. I I finest climate in this .world. I havever"regretted W.: 0. MAKINSON COMPANY
the court room and such matters as possibilities of a town as were the
Detroit Free Press. I n* coming here, and cannot -
werlt necessary to the successful administration thousands who attended the reunion, I sufficient '
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"" Your trees need attention now. Go of the'affairs of the state ,! md those who did not make a study of .
>erauado me to leave here. I'
I CJ. A. R: disposed of. Zephryhills I the soil 'cular attentionto KISSIMMEE FLA.:
4 ''to KiuimmwDrug Co. and get some were or pay any p2 Dr. W. L. Winn. .,.

: Creoearboline. Special.for, foot rot, used was selected as the place of meeting the magnificence cf the weather '.I --- -- --.- I

r 'ti r 1 !}J: 'ccording! to directions. will guarantee fur 1912, and the -'"oJlowin/ ,; officers I were loud in their praise of the extreme Large desk} blotters for sale /at this

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TS The Kl.ss'lmmee Vaireu Gazetted Mill Lillian\ Holt, of Macon,'Ga., ., Mrs A. fe Jarrell returned Saturday Mr. Leander Cay wood, of Frederick- \The many' Kissimrnee I -Il"-
people who Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Thoren, Messrs.
) \ .....' ." rived in the. ,city Saturday and ar-j from Tampa, where on Wednesday she town, Ohio who Is spending the winter have in the past had the Will .;
Schloegel Fred S. Com.J
v. i TELEPHONE NO,.11.POBASHED . gue.t.at the hone of M IBS''Elolsa' attended the unveiling of the Confederate here has been assisting the-Ste Cloud. hearing Mrs. 1 Bmma: ,' .PI'IUUre..9f.J Ii >aat and Wm., Gertz Thoren of Eudora.
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.4 F..... We are pleased to state'thai*MTKT3; monument. Mrs.,,"jarrell went as DrAm: Corps during: the Encampment! ..wing, twill) be delighted ttfSnow that sh.8 Kan., arrWdJrTth* clt/' Friday. The. y

+, EVERY FRIDAYBY W.'Bass II" 10 far recovered frftmlier delegate. fronvthe'local- chapter e U. D, C. Mr, .Caywood beats the snare drum;; will gjveji cancert in this city on March I entire party were here a year ago and

', recent: illness as to be'able to !sit up:to. The Lilly, with 'a large cargo (fc-of and its ho was' a.. ,drummer boy in thestruirgleof 3rd; fin: MalcnBon'! superb V9ice is,: x ght lapi-tm the Kissimmee Prairie,
W. B. HARgl6. returned last Saturday from the 60's;he is very profi- recognized as among 'the most beautiful .
freight whiclr-mvestrnent them'so
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day. well
pleased
......... .' '..l..' ; ,: =--7. .cient with .that In'itrtf'irieht.. . of' American ; I
and
Pine's the weekly trip to Ba lenger. A/nong / 'singers, the cultured that on their present trip they expect

--- Miss Rosa Rogero, Big Satur-popular her passengers were Mr and Mr*. .R., G; anva i I. 'among the *ell- and music-loving citizens of Kit- to buy still more land and to make arrangements ,-
rha'um '
school spent
Report young and Dart, and Mr.. U. .A. Leiglftsey of Barlow. known Kissimmee residents spending a aimmee have a rare tueatjn store for 1 I for a colony,'which will be
Weather day In' town visiting relatives them. sM.
V number of days in- the city during the started this fall,... '
friends. I" .
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4. celebration. He IB "registered
Dr. and Mrs. M- S. Rlcker of Rochester at the
Vsi .} $10 cash and *6 per month pill\ buy a Marlborough. "Many well known Osce- Mr. and Mrs Matt Redliriger and' Mrs. Joseph It. Prick of New York,
ire the daily temperatures N: Y.'arrived in the city Mondayon
Following lot at the Lincoln Heights auction lot ola,county citizens are present in Tam- daughter of Freeport III., who ac. but who is ,spending the'winter at, w

.,', and precipitatiorLas.reported saleSaturday, Feb. 13, beginning at their way to St. Cloud They .ex pa and appear: to be well plea&eJI with companied by Mr. Henry' Lamm of the Zephyrhills\ was among those who at' -
r by the Government pect return to Kissimmee ire a few same city hive been several!
spending tended the festivities'
10.A m.Capt. the attractions: -Tampa: Tribune.. here Oils week,
\. /Itation"at Kissimmee for the days, .however; and make an. indefinite weeks in thi. city have left for other ahd was so well pleased With Klssim- \
r ending Feb 16, 19U. R. E. Rose, our .able state stay. .. Messrs. Jos. Bermel the ." S
a week and M. J. Gold sections of state. Tlte .entire par mee that it is mare! than jik !lyjt.walk: s -

r;. also MIN. RAIN chemist, who has been in the for city Jack for Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Graves, Jr.. have ner' of Elmhurst, L. I., and Mr.'Chas.i ty are delighted with Our climate and be her-winter horn ::1h't11e f ture.. Mr. 4

\ !several days left Wednesday. the sympathy or their numerous friends \ .of Flushing! L. L, wero in the the advantages of this county in an Frisk i is a prominent New /X t.k business -

Frilay! .. ,, c' 75 59 .. sonville.t in ,the loss of an infant son, which wassliirbortrorftheTiightof city this week investigating real estate agricultural way, and expect to return man being a member WtKe-Uar*

: 'Saturday 79 55" t W. A..Jones -aiidwiCe'of'Red I : ; Feb.-l-4th.---In.=conditions>.,ietc1with the view of making text fall lo :make their permanent lem Chamber of Commerce, and is h

Sunday. . ]83 61 I Wing Minn., who have been in the terment at Rosehill cemetery yesterday nvstrnt'nts.Th party werTf T home here r .. largely interested in Florida real es- .

Monday 81: 58 city for some time', left Monday for morning. I Fort Myers from here, but are expect- tate. 5 ,'

1 Tuesday. . . . 83\ 58 Lakeland.Mr. | edto/ return to Kissimmee in a few We are pleased to note that Judge

Wednesday. . 83 57 .1 After an illness of two weeks, the days. Dudley A. Glenn, who came here from Mr. Wm. H. Farmer, who has just ,

Thursday . !80 65 .JTUE Guy Funk of Wintttrset Iowa.arriv..d eighteen-months-old daughter of Mr. I Kentucky for the benefit of his health, opened ''a bureau of information and "I
and /Iras be- I The' chapter. house will 1.be }
in the city Tuesday formerly
'and Mrs. John L.OVIo'f8tre..t. died on and who suffered a severe backsetwhich employment-agency, states that he la

.- gun work as watchmaker at C. D.Cole's, Wednesday morning and was buried in opened to< the public next. Thursday came'near ending his life bout meeting wi th the -greatest success, locating -

\ jewelry store. Rosehill cemetery on Thursday morning with a reception .from 3 until 1.0 o'clock. I three week 8 o8 now slowly<<: but a large' number of stranger
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of battle at 10 o'clock. I surely .improving. Mrs. Glenn thinkshis each day. A bureau of information is
$ Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Fuller house which *
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i I means no much -to the general condition is better now thanat a necessity i in any. town, but especially
the Satur-
stN.HKNKNN'K Creek Mich., arrived in city Mrs. M. J. Hicks has been confinedto women of the
to
city, in fewi
LOCAL fiELD. step a in )
KisHimmee *
lIe, home of Mr. any time since coming to Florida, as more strangers arrive
: day and are guests at her bed the past several days, the 1 i minutes, at least, during the afternoonor ,
and the family Is feeling extremelyhopeful here in a week than do ..ina monthin
i E. .A. Niemeyer.Mr. of fall in which she received We
evening. \
result
a lippe state
regent
other
i of his ultimate) recovery.So any town in the state and
%M A I I Fred Lang, who has been spend severe injuries about the hip. At this HUJsa Minnie Neal will be present.AC Mr. Farmer should be encouraged in .asubstantial

.... ,'Y'Mr. C. C. Wolfe.WHS in St. Cloud ing, several months in this city left writing we are pleased to note. that she I' the great has been the influx of visitors way by our,citizen.
his is improving.x80.0(1 Orangt'l'ounty fair held in '
II I Sunday for Jacksonville en route to \ mil'
0 city during the pant few
Monday. Orlando last week tanlj-y Griffin(; theeighteen .
in Minnesota. Mr. H. O. Morrison of Fen ton
home
,
I I per month straight salary andexpenses ; weeks that the. hotels are ol'ca..ionallyoblij.d
Mr. E. A. Niemeyer was in St. Cloud I months old,I son of Mr. and Mich., and) Messrs. Jos. J. Cook andF.
1I lot with introduceour to turn woul l-he
I i Free ride to the'Lincoln Heights to men rig to ;i Mrs. S. S. Griffin awarded < guests away.
was the
Saturday. sule. Conveyances to the grounds will Poultry Remedies. Don't answer : first Mr.' A. Rose:, proprietor of. .the Park H. Carter, of Champaign, Ill, who
the
i prize in baby show, he havingI have been
Arthur M. Jones was in Orlando{ be found in front, of Niemeyer & unless you mean business Eureka been adjudged/ tr e handsomest, baby in Hotel/ stated that in two nights this the left spending several months in

Monday.Mr. Wiley's restaurant.Mr. Poultry Food M(g. Co. (Incorporated), I Orange. Mr. Gnltin; / also week he was .compelled to turn away city Wednesday on a pleasure .
county
car-;
to and other
trip Tampa the '
points on
III. 6-4t Business has
East St. Louie over seventy .people.
H. K. OverFtreet was in SanfordWednesday. : '. T. A. .Wilkinson, of Zephyrhills, > turgid some other prizes on Vegetables, ''be..n good with Mr. Rose this winter west coaHt.. All three gentlemen expect - .

was among the visitors to the G. A. R. Mr. D. B. Calkins has arrived with etc. grown. at Isis place at Windemere. ''On Tuesday) the of to return in a week or so and ":
* I day the parade, .
encampment this week and favored the his. from Lebanon Conn., and % finish' the winter in Kissimmee
Mr. and Mrs.' W. E. Smith were in I family I Dr. J. J Ko-orn, of St. (Augustine over' one hundred and thirty; people tookdinner Messrs.
Orlando Curette office with a call. has become a permanent resident of Cook and Carter are so highly: pleased
Friday. was among th.'ct..rar18 in attendanc at the, hotel. The entire number -
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Ion. Arthur K. Domain) was in Orlando '- Mr. anti :Mrs. J. H. Gray and Mr. and }Kisbimmee, having purchased property upon| the G. A. encampment here were fed in one hour and twentyminutes with our city that they have purchased .
of Newtown IndL, who and located on the marl road in the five lots near the court house arid/ expect u
Saturday. Mrs 11. Gray this week und made, < this o'flfice an appreciated which surely sets a record for 4
have been in the city for several days, north end of the city I call. Dr. KT"irn stated thatthe quick service, I to make their permanent winter
Messrs. C. A. IVmck and l O. H:. Lt-i- :I I residence with .
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left for Tampa Wi.dnesday.'Mr. . Mr. J. P. Fox. of Tampa a prominent encampment here} was the pleasantest 1 us. ,
berger were. m St. Cloud I Saturday. I Th band bays l this week were the re'cipients -
b I railroad man on the A. C. I... was and) mostlarJ.ly attended of in I
and Mr. any
I O. E. Lybarger parents of silk Mrs. W. H. Farmer has just received '.
flag
r Mr. Jeff Bumuy, of Orjando, is attending and Mrs. llttrter. all of Hicksville, 0., in the city Sunday. R"turtirxg; he wasaccompanied which he had ever;: piarticipHted. in. not a very handsome/ ,
t
. three feet wide-ahd six! feet long, from a very interesting letter from Mrr. MayCheney
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this .
; to business here in thin by Mrs. Fox who hab..n excepting held in his' native statebefore '
who have been wintering city. 'Mrs.: Jo:. S. Bender which they appreciate a pnop..rlowner\ in and a former -
,
: I he I
ii-U8t II. C. Stanford
a of the came\ S.uth.1"
The four-year-old son ..f Mr. Roma I left Thursday for their home.Mr. I i highly./ It may be hi't\ the members winter resident pf Kissimmee. i
I home for several days. II I
Thomas is reported as being quite ill. G. Cr Collingwood; a real estate I], A special train of MV to Fist cars Arrived 1 of the' hand will use''.);reater endeavor I Mrs. Cheney is now living in Bullsheait,

Mr. Chas. A. O'Berry accompaniedby in theity Friday l'veninO"CU/ '' to make the Kint-Crrtrnee ee Brass Alta, Canada, and states that> they are
The M.MK"K.wdl.:: of St. Clued dealer of Chicago Who is spending a (
I, Messrs.. Ben Pherigo, 1>. C. Coombs pied by5 nearly two hundred homeseekers Blind the foremost in skill and technique having a very severe winter the thermometer i
spent Tuesday with Mrs.' L. M. Marsh. few days in the city, made.an automobile I II
I trip to Bassinger Monday. and S. C.- Sailors, left Wednesday for who were brought here by the, Col- i in t the ilkfe:noW that Old Glory standing at from thirty to forf|p' .

member the, auction; lot sale at Lln- I Fort Lauderdale, where they will be dren Laid. ('nmpanyan.[ "Mrs.' M. C. | will ,proudly I wave o'er them while they ty degrees below zero for weeks at a . ,

colu Heights Saturday, Feb.. I ls. oitlO I Mr. and Mrs.' W R. Lee and four engaged for some time in gatheringand I Fow It-r. The party left immediatelyfor play sweet music for the benefit of our stretch. By contrast 1 \ with out winter

I a.- m. children of Selma Ala., are upending shipping tomatoes. I the, land owned Itl". two companies people, but it appears to us right now here Mrs. Cheney says Bullsheud seems

Mr. and .Mrs.- II. B. Jefferies of I' the winter. in Kinsimmee and. haverooms The Transient restaurant was amongour where u great many of tl.e that the band that. beats 'em to it has not far from the; North Pole!:, and she .a :
Perdew.Among
J'.ephyrhllls. are in the city for a f..w.J' I wi.th Mrs. Helen l business places. that did an immense homeseekermu'lf' extensive purchas got to practice all the time and.then declares that this will be her last win .1: !

Tlays.Attorney. themany visitors in the city business on Tuesday .serving on ea some. ,'"ter-away from warm, sunshiny Florida. "

I I this week, we were pleased to meet that day two hundred andotixtyal". -- ,
II. I II.) Geiger; ( returned Saturday our old friend S. R. Hudson the -vFleran.prmter And frof"'reportsvery hotel, and restaurant j

from a few ,days spent in Or and publisher of, Orlando. in the city did equally an well. .

1011k).
Mrs. A. S. Johnston and Miss M. Friday afternoon is- "adjustmentday" .r.rI

Misses .Evah and Anna MrCaJlwter -Scott, of Cleveland Ohio who are at thechapter. hou>e.' If you

visited friends and relatives in Orlando I'spending the winter in Orlando ,were have any irregularityaboutyouJ.Cr..ditsor I s

Sunday. in tile city Monday calling upon friend subscriptions, pleaae come at 3 p. ",

;.,. ... 'Mis .Ilelen Chase;of St. Cloud: is a' Mrs J.: .M. Wood and little son, Mil m. The'officer iII lie there'to! take 5't t
t 0 :" : guest the home of'N I'll' if M. your complaints and adjust them with
n at
ton Hicks are expected to arrive in.the i
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"M a h' ." : 'this evening 'a visit to Mrs :headquarters, ?, : ,. ;, ,.1',, ,
:: ;",} J., "*. Tn", """ 'lll',1J' t" j' 1--\'t\; \rriII'"Mr'G eity ' on ' v r 4 ,yd
: Bass,' who "has been quite; Woods parents, Dr.'and "'*Mrs.' M. J.licks. ; Mr.; L. E.- Gce e n-iof" Chicago, who I "

ill for several' weeks is ",'port..d'aM ( wa here for a' few days was" so 4.

charmed with KiBBimmee" its sin
improving.See Mr. Jas. 1'oulk has returned to his ,
that he decided to back to
roundings
the change of advertisement of r home Ht' Cairo, Ga.! after a lew Uays' I go
Chicago and dispose of all prop..rtyHI..r" ".'
'' with relatives here. Mrs. Poulk !
B. Dickerson the concrete man, in I visit
after which he! will make this
this issue. I and little daughter will remain till] next '
r .- week. city his permanent home.

tile sidewalks.< (;uar'anr I
e Cement or
Mr. II. C. Stanford the enterprisingdry
teed forever. Prices' rilCht. Allerton\ i Anyone wishing to go: to the LincolnHeights'
goods merchant, has just installeda
K-tf auction lot sale Saturday Feb.
& Demg./ handsome clothing cabinet in his
18(, at 10 a. m. will i be called for by
-. O rand band concert all day at Lincoln'J phoning 0: L. Btaneh'ard, C tJtral1I0t..1. store which: besides being an ornament,

. Heights Saturday Feb. IK, cornme'noIng will add greatly to the facilities for
..
.r \ at 10 a. m. handling his large clothing-stock and

Mr. and Mm. T. 10;. Speer were passengers preserve it from the ravages of ex
Mr. Oris Tillman of Bartow was in on No. 84 Saturday, Mrs. posure.

the city Saturday and Sunday a guestNji Speer to Oakland and Sanford to visit
Dr. J. W. Robinson of
Springfield,
of Lee McLean. relatives and Mr. Speer to Orlando for
I' III., pent a few days in the city last .5.sPHOTOGRAPHED
x Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Overstreet spent the day. week
I prospecting,, and was so well
Sunday with. Mr. Overstreet's parentsat Rev. and -Mrs. C. T. Bedford of Be- pleased with this section that he de-

Shingle Creek. loit, Wis., who are spending the win- cided to locate, and purchased eighteen

Dinner will be served on the grounds ter in Orlando, were in the city Friday acres in Kissimmee Park, on which he

.-_i' at the Lincoln Heights.auction lot sale calling upon Mr.' and Airs. W. H. Far- will build a home and set out an orange

Saturday, Feb l 18. mer. grove.

Mr. Peter Hartenstine of Principle Mr. John Saunders of Royalton Mr. E. L. Cady, of Decatur, Mich., ,( I,

Mdl: is visiting his nephew Mr. W. B. Mich., who has been assisting Mr. F. accompanied by Dr. N. E. Hooper of <,'!

err '1tilakinaonand family. E. Williams\ the contractor and builderat the same place arrived in the city .

'I St. Cloud, was in the city Sunday on Thursday to join Mrs. Cady, who i. '
Dr. J. M. Frost returned Friday hU home. ,',
way
the winter here. The
spending; party AT
from several weeks spent in Lakeland, ..' ,
II Mr. J. H. Miller nnd nephew Mr. E. left Monday .for a few days! visit in
t Plant and vicinity.
City
A. Miller, of Grand Rapids, Mich., who Sarasota but are expected back here,

', Mr. and'Mrs. C. E. Garrett of Lake- have been in the city for several months in a short time.

...j. I 1 t 'Tand were in the city Saturday and left Sunday for Jacksonville enroute to Mrs. M. p. Fowler arrived in' the city i KI $ SIMN1E.E PARK

Sunday visiting friend. .
their home.
Sunday evening with a party of about I ter

I Mr. J. R. B'u. and family have gone Mr. and Mr.. A. W. Copeland and fifty colonists. After visiting her I '

"to Homerville. Ga., where; Mr. Bass family and Mr. J. A. Merlin all of holdings on the east shore of Lake To-

: will engage in farming. Mention Ohio, who have been spend- hop kaliga where many of the home- You can occupy the same position under. YOUR tree ; .

I Two lots given to the lucky ones at ing several days in this city, left for seekers purchased land, the party returned I'I

I Lincoln Heights auction lot sale' Saturday : Tampa, Monday.Mr. Tuesday to their home in Kansas ..

Feb. 18, .at 10 a. m. G. A. Yawger/of Summerville and Oklahoma.Mr Less than JOO acres of Fruit I :;.

Mr. Lavalett Buck and wife after N. J., who has been spending the major J. F. Carson a banker of Janes- I .:* Land left on our tract > "4

three days visit to the Orlando fair returned portion of the winter,in Kissimmee ville, Ky., who has been spending' the J I .,

to Kissimmee Saturday. 1 left Wednesday for. Jacksonville en winter here left Saturday for his J I
; route to his home. home. Mr. Carson is much interested .
Meusrs. J., D. Jeffords, Roma Thom- I '
in Kissimmee and had expected to remain /
'* : Mr. Val Schaefer of Columbus, 0., /1
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a8, R. T. Butler and Fred Bass were several months longer with us. I -
and Mr. Geo. Schaefer of Mt. Vernon, J
in Orlando and Friday. II
Thursday He was therefore very much disappointed I
O., were in the city for a few days I II
4. The Village Improvement l? Society 'this week visiting Mrs. Belle Modi to receive a telegram Friday

will meet at the Chapter House on I and Mr. P. H. Kinehardt. calling him North; on important busi- I KISSIMMEE. VALLEY LAND CO.

Tuesday: Feb 21st at 3:30: p. m. 1 ness matters.
Mr. J. S. Stratton is moving his I
I Messrs. Judson Miles and C. H. I '.
Mr. W. W. TunniclifTe Manasha, King
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family into the city from Peghorn this '
St. arrived Monday from Mt, Carroll, 111., J. E. MATTOCKS
Wis., who is spending the winter at week and will occupy the Shiver residence Manager I IKISSIMME'E
I
Cloud I and are guests at the home of Mr. H. II
was in the city Saturday. : in North Kissimmee! whieh he I
E. Cole. Mr. Miles leftTuesday on a
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S Mrs. Geo. M. Dunne of Sumter S. C., purchased some months igo. FLORIDA
is i
trip to Tampa, but; expected back in ,
., arrived in the city last week on a visit Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kromer and a few day Both, gentlemen are delighted :*

; to her father, Judge G. F. Parker. family Mr. Alfred Anderson and Mr. with Kissimmee, and coming as ,, *4&,. J

i' . M\ r.' and Mrs H.: W. Morrow spent Joseph Noe, all of Philadelphia, who they did from the snow and ice of the 'I <.. '' ,
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I '. know find Florida there isno all countries :' I. :

have their .share lie 1 on. H1AVE [ f i.
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find Florida to my liking
This property contains 674 acres. located midway climate I will he "ati..f..d.. .
between two good towns and will be located on hard marl 1 Yours. Resp..ctfully.C. -

I road entire length of farm; has a mile of lake front on op- i E.. I is IJ, \

posite side: has some fine hammock land as good for as ,
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citrus fruits!; as can bs found in the state: more than half I Washington Pa., "
.,. Kitximmee Valley: GazetteIJear : BAR.OATINS
the farm is fine prairie muck, very rich and productive.
Sir Your
paper is
Perhaps one-third of the place is pine timber land of good l read for -
l per |II ever a town
quality: best grass farm in Florida. About one; hundred ; Kissimmee The xtra ,' I F

bearing orange trees and fine lot of hammock land ready t been" receixing, since I ".' I
for planting to Can be scription in 1 am handing; to in
.trees oought at bargain, price on I
When w> read of (the t fine !
1 favorable terms of payment. ..
I II.IMat I tl I. present!, we are
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like the doubting Thomas '
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I jn providence! scriptures you will I lr no" I r

I I fall to have a (few. families / ]( I R ftWdring

J, i rn IVnrmjKamri take \ 1 -1 1
We also have orange.grove' -- .
three-acre
a : irtside t-'r l '
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city limits. with seven-room house. owned by non-resident to your special issue. Feb, : : '
I. who says "SELL !" .1 Kgular subscribers have to :! ."

'; I If so, I want you to keep Rooms 7 and 8 Stale Bank Building -r{
"urrtil I can forward, you the ; ' ,
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j 1j We haze' forty-ac'r- farm quarter of a mile from railway -', ..... I .( ) a' / KISSIMMEEFLORIDA.. -
A JOLLY .
j I station half of a. quarter from scHool and church. good ," .- 0JJ

four-room house! sufficient oranges for family use: good J ti.,
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Lillie --
, fruckinaand fruit land. Pric-e:3: 600 1 / Cruising Aboard the j), \\1
.I 1 r I Lower Wat r Route.The 'ii'o -- - t;
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... "hill} with CajH a I .
son in command left early .'

I morning on a cruise down j j rNEW'CENTRAL HOTELA. w.i

I mee river.. Lake t
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r other forty-acrefarrns lwtthasufficient Caloosahatcb.ee river to Fort . G. 'HAMILTON. Proprietor. '
Wehavettwd
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I' : The people who are taking _
beiin1bus I flQOrtl"Qa'A'at'hr'ram""rire9and ; ' : .. .
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improvements
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.. \ ?y tiful trip are: Mr, and .. LI L/
otTfavorable"terrnTof i>ayment ; ,", Conn of Point Marion, Pa., " J"" .
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'" Mrs. E:V. Morrison,.of West S Newest and : '. '''
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Mich., Mr: C A. Cole, the : .
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er and wife Mr. and Mrs. A.
\ Hose[ City Mich. and Mr. Most Up-To-Date Hotel, '
Frank Est y. of West .
three'acres land with five- ,
We have fine trucking Ten days or two weeks are
room house, inside city limits for $1800, favorable terms. : be t consumed in making the Strictly Modern and ri, :xJ, ,,1 i to jij...lou':, Located inter J,
.1.Y I This is one of the most. b c ( of the City and Adjoining PdS'ief1ger Depot..
cursions that can be made in \ -
f and no tourist can go back to \
ern home and say that he ,
Jo'lorlda-tropic l Florida i -Ameriiaw >lan2. Per 1
DayWONDERFUL
We have fine trucking land in five and ten-acre. taken this boat trip to Fort > '

f,, tracts best of soil with artesian wells guaranteed. on terms I

!like paying rent. C'. I A' PICNIC -_ ........ "".- . l

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w I Was Greatly Enjoyed Last I I ''W"/u.//-/'.n/,., __, "",.,,',/.. /../.'..Nn'n r'" _, . or .. -@... "or'" ..,04-

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one of the ple 'A
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41.' any reasonable minded. ,man. who mean, business. enjoying" this winter, was a ;
\ ner last Sunday on Paradise
which the following people :
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Penick
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Mrs. Robt. Vogel, Mrs. 4 Ii'}
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Mr. P. H. Rinehardt,
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< on favorable terms. Mr. Randle Keen.
The party went direct to ,
4 in one of Capt.. Frank
------- - launches, and after a i ,h.

r of good things, spent
s-, roaming around the .
We solicit correspondence'and are in the market to accompanied by Mr. Fr .f.
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please; come let us SHOW you. Agnew. i !
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Later in the day they i t
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able hour in that beautiful : I .(.

I'ik Mr. J. W. Oliver and family. a i= f r

\ The merry party returned I I PIE CRUSTif r
evening to their homes in
porting one of the most
use the flour that has the miller's
times of the winter, for you

v Nelson. Realty indebted' and hereby return guarantee of First Quality. The "Quaker ..

Capt. Frank Tatman. the City" label, shown above, is placed upon
Agnew and Mr. J. W. Oliver.CAPT.
a bag or barret of FIRST QUALITY
Company --- ---- every
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R. (. a Quaker City" flour for the purchaser

protection. Look for this red & blue labeL '
( ( izns anfc ; Says Kissimmee Will

Kissimmee Florida Metropolis of Inland L
: ; QUAKER CITY FLOUR MILLS CO.
State Chemist R. E. ROM .
the rlsiton to KiMimme PHILADELPHIA i
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,II / -: well pleased < ,hen he sees t.h Jantf.manv buy more after arrival]

J! is located in the hilly region of Rascoand HillsborougrTCounties.I The More.than Two Hundred families rftve come'here from other vyw

fJ i railroad\ depot, a8 shown by the profile of the Seaboard Air Line railroad . V x. Colonies in this state and have bought here and the most of them '

i'f'f/i 1 is 157 feet above sea level Many oi the surrounding hills rise .. have' built ahd are well pleased. Over l.OOO-heads of families 'ti

to 250 feet above level and there is not a steep or abrupt 1
t 4 qver sea / have bought here representing probably 5.000'people(: There.: is ,
i' bill anywhere. The soil is a reddish yellow or chocolate colored / . "Kickers Association" and the Colony is noton thee defensive

"1'' loam. In many places clay and rock croo: out. No more productive ..Vi V against complaining Colonists The Colbnists] 'are satisfied and

upland soil can be found in the state. Corn has been known to yield '" V contented. i1VV

J over 40 bushels per acre; white the common yield of potatoes is from Zephyrhills is a regular station on the main line of the Sea:: ".

do 200 to 500 bushels per acre. Eggplants Onions, Cabbage, Tomatoes board Air Line railroad. The station is still known as Abbott All *''" ((1 t

'f Beans, Tobacco, and in fact all farm' products do well on this trains stop here and one may go from here into New York, City t

4; soil. It is. the perfect soil, for peaches plums and pears; excellent. without change of cars. Only' 38 miles by rail from Tampa wherethe 3

f yv for oranges ahd rapefr l it. Mallory S. S. from' ew York make regular weekly trips. Also V

i No state iu the Union can boast of better water. The water the Southern S. S: line from Philadelphia have docks apd, make to

i bearinerock is quartz; hence no impnrities in the water. It is found regular trips. Also steamer connection with.Mobile; and New Or- f

after passing throughyellow or reddish clay and flint rock from 50 to leans. There 1s no doubt but what this is the best Colony In the- *r'"

I t 80 feet, rising i in the wells to within 15 to 5O feet of the surface. State in which to locate: J s

Not trace of lime sulphur, salts or other mineral: can be detected.It -
a a "Pure Water." ,.. You call buy a (s-'act'e tract of land and receive with It e town lot for, $75 cb | or, for $82.SO P.y-. 4 a
has been analyzed an ronounced. able $7.BO, cash and98 a month for IB trios no umber .or turpentine reservations. to shoo you 4:" t
off your land. Title sound > possession Immediate and absolute. V, ,,
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Order of Publication. Order of Publication same being the ntn day of March lull. and that | STANDS
Legal Advertisements. j Ij default thereof Judgment "" .1111.e .ul"rM YOU LET 20 CENTS A DAY
In the lr",11 Cosrtof; the Seventh JuilUialCircuit )u tin i Ircult Court CJr tliy, tt\eiuli Judicial \ again! you

..... .. -' of too "Htate of Florida In end for Oh* CInultof the Stale of Florida. Iu and lorO"ceo \\ ItueiiH luf baud. end Feal thU\ :10th day of Jnu-
c, I "tola.(towtUf. lu f'b.ueery. Henry T. BHHH.., !.. t ounis IuChencerr. Robert B *av- | nary A. D lull, II BETWEEN YOU AND .A-"OME.J, II
Administrator theestatgof WeUerBa
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of Master's Sale. jute ai guardian Of thu entattt of OH\lue : .C. F PRBVA'IT
Notice Ft., 4ocea\ d, the add Henry T. Bans lu bin Zvlla i-avavv. minor cumplamanl| \'. tiiar- eherlff or Oace..la Courty.Bergs .
Dolice: i> bertby, givi-n. <4tiat. uuder and by own rlgl'l and 'Coda Bm/p/ hii wife, )f.rN.: lei F." .fr..v.tt, ai .",ilflclo atlniluinrator. &: Palmer. , V V a
virtue of a filial U" n,e of Foreclosure ioiued Han widow of the said Walter Bail Sr.,deceased the ejttepe <>f C. A, Gumming? dccoawd afiil Atterneyl for Plaintiffs. ofitL J .; 'You. can bliy'a
of and uDder the imal of the >Circuit Coon Columbus C. Bam, Bertha Lee I'lrtin, Harsh '_ '
out Cummings, Delbert : '
of thu H \enih J udk'la! Circuit of the fciatq! of and Henry O. f'artin, her buiband, Ella }'ar* CnmmlugM, Mary Williams Cummings and ,Jenniu Jacob L t/y i- /ti'.ir:'., : .. : 'ir. ..' I... -I- .! ..: .n., .! . $1,000 to ': $2,000 ft '

In and for 001.County, In Chancery' .. Uu 'and John ParliD her husband Leroy. '" Order cf Publication ,." ..
Florida, ,Frump, ai hoirt of aid elate, and all per. .\ ; t ... .
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Si It!Ing, in-a certain CHUM. ,. therein pendlugj) Beet' ,. Clinton'B.... Edna1*Vail?, and Flora cone damning an I'ot..111I the property lit Itl the Circuit" .,Court'of""' ;/ the Seventh" , -HOWEt,"';"',e.i\ : ,
wherolu A. W. :A Inn Is\ Complainant and Henry HeYe! BUM, Infants, b>'.lh neat friend E.: O.' this bill described defend.ou'erecloruroof Judicial \
,, Circuit of tile .S"'t. <
and
Florida In
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'undersigned, asHpcclnl estate.
8. gila It Respondent> \.ue.A oe"; aa heir of laid Complalnaita. Mortgage
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Y v-lll sell, .t public\ C. Da\gon OHci'ols county, In chancery. Anne palmer only
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M"ntr la Chaucer vPr Henry FrederickDarlnfrn To Wbom It May Concern Greeting; Itsppeafini ,
t C outcry during tbe legal hour*..of,ale before the y'\, and John II Hnghejr, Olin P.. from the aworu .bill tif complaint filed Fell and 1C Nelson Fell her huebaJid, com 1_
plalnants, Louis P. 8ell1 F. ,
court houHo r.In the ell Jot Kliislmmne. In Mughey heirs of the estate.of L P. Hughey, iu this cause that there arepersous Intereitedin n. >n. M Oliver as 5 per cent '
of the ,
Exerntor Last Will and
r sail l OiceoU fount, ou Monday the nth> day of deceaned. and all p raone claiming rn inter- the Involved Tfstamtmt of "
proper in tutu suit, other
Nannie C Oliver deceased,
7 March A. I).. mil the" following detortbad oral tint 10 the properly. describe In tliii Bill of than the known defendant) and that the Oliver. Iu his own right and the Juliet said Oliver F. M simple ,Interest

e'llate, actuated in said Osrvols courjtjr- 'a C-implalnt Defendant. Bill to. remove names of snob persona, so Interested are un- his wife, A no le B Brian, and N. C 9r.0.h..r -'U. r ,V ,
of the nortbeast quay cloud from title.
The northwest quarter kaowu to the complainant and that relief iaprayedln husband. Ola t7
Masaee anti J. C. r
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terof the aouthwait, quarter of the norlhwettquarter the 'To Whom It Ma Concern I tbeiald bivf-of complaint 'igalnAtauoh her husband, Edgar J. Oliver and Helen Oliver Return the pinclpa1"at! the rate of I7.CO per month tin the .ooo ti

and the Houthwrnt. quarter .or. of It appearing filed tbficauie from( the worn Dill of Complaint '. nnknown.deftttdBntaJt . bin wife Ruby Caraou and M. B. Carson, giving: you TEN AND A HALF YEARS to pay back: the loan.; C,n
of the lOuth..lqo.rter In thatthere are per.Patti
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northeast quarter' half of therefore ordered tb.I.U persons claim- herhu.band.Tbad Oliver, and Cecil Oil. payoff the loan it soon oa like Further interest. k
west yon
quartet and the Intei ite4 In tbe propertl involved tlili Stopping
northwest lug au iotereit In
the I and to tbe following deicrtbad vet hlawlfe, And all .
persons claiming Intertt -
of the noilbwettquarter suit, othet than tha known1 defendant and ,
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tonthwem quarter
the| property situated in the County: of Oaeeola. in the property> In this bill described
,. J and t"-" ..northwest quarter of the oortheantquarter that the earner of such persons, so Interested I : State of Florida, Our will oft
the to-wit: Der lJdant.. BUt to Remove Cloud from plan help you to pay that Mortgage or Buy or.Buikt I "yt' .
of UM uortbwest qust itt of/ trout are unknown to the complainant ; and that relief All block H, I, J add, K of R. R. P.
Drought'eaddition Title. a Home. Why Pay Rent? Writ ui for literature explaining oar
and the la prayed lathe add Bill :
of the northwest quarter of Complaiutag.uak.uob
'went. quarter to the City of Klulmmee., according to To All Whom It )s1r'l13TANaARa
I aay.Concern : in detail. .' ,
aouthwent. quarter. of toe northeast quarter of unknown defondanta1 tbe recorded plat of Bald addition< I1.ppelU'lollrom the of II proposition |I. V II. .
morn bill<< complaint
the northwest quarter of the aouthwaat quayter It Ii therefore ordered that all persons claim1Ins. I Do to the "
appear oomplalnsnfa '
tool of complaint filed In this ,
northwest quarter and the weal an interact In and to the following per cause tbst there are persona Interested : : : : '
of the herein filed,on or beford'tbeRule Day: In the I30aY2E.00 2P,AaY !
of,the ..uutbbatquartrineectiooeteveo cribed situated in the County of Dice-. property involved In Ibis nut,
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northwest quarter property
ball of the lu March A. D. Mil "
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towlt On
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township twctpty-flTa ola and PUkteof Florida, to-wit: of said month of March. day other than thi known !defendants; and that CURRY BUILDING. - TAMPA.. FLORIDA,. oj.. .r
containing North biW of I I the namea of such person, so interested. inu9kuownto 1 'aft
south of rang twenty-Dine/ east 1 . The Norlbiut quarter ol And It Ii further ordered that Ala order" .

yxty:Term(60)of acre site,nor caih.or 1_. Booth Section Raoire TwentY-flve.Twenty-nine la Townahlp. Hut,Twenty-flTe do appear to, !i .published weeks in once tb.llaat..m.a week for. twelve Valley consecutive Oatotte, a Ie!agatmt prayed such in complalnantsr, the raid. d'efendaata.' Bill end Of that Complaint relief Or. A, CARSON, Pregtdent, '' a ;l' c.BaY.4'Niou;; AAY', l', J'1 .,
unknown ;
Dated January ;1/1I..t/ Klgajmmee/ ,Fla. th4.Conplaiaanu' Bin of Complaint herein \
newspaper publiahed.ln aid
E. Doo an, Med. on or before the Role Day In March. A. Oseeola County It ia Therefor* Ordered that all persona '
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and W general circulation la &
aald county.. claiming an Interest In and The Carson v
SpcelaVMaatar In Chancery, 1114/ to-Witt On ,the lib day of the said Witneai the Honorable Minor' '8. Jones, described situated tn the following WatersGrocery :
Baal) upstart lIa.tcmi . property in the county of :
Vane Agnew Crawford, ( ) the eald Bill) win be taken judge of said Court,' And ny 'hand as Clerk Oaeeola and State of Florida :
4-5t twit
Solicitors for Complainant a eo0feseed. thereof and the official! seal of said Court, this Lou '1 and t, or the fractional northeastquarter .
And It la furrtheroreeredthat, thu order'be the Int '
.yofDe.emberADlilt.
1\'. . of section 12In.tOwa.hlp twenty-eve, :
twelve :
published once a week for consecutive
r 1 i weeks In ab.X\wm..VaU.J G..t.. a ABTHUB K. DONEGA1!: I Seal J south of range thirty east, do appear to the l Company:
Sell Real
tw Notice ot Application: to newipaper. pooUjhed. In. saldpsoeola County Clerk Circuit Court. Complainant's Bill of Complaint, herein filed,
By
. '. Elisabeth! Jobnaton. D. C. on or before the Bute Day: In March :A.D., loll,
Estate. end of general circulation la Vans '
sold OoODt,. '
Wltnus the Honorable Minor 8. Jones' judr Agnewibr for Complainant. to
N.uee" hereby given that the uttdermignedxafi fsa.dCoort. and my' hand aa Clerk thereof, I els. the laid bill may be taken aa confessed. .

..: , Henry Klohola Orenaide deceased, will ataka, day of. Dtccintwr.. D. 1910. iAJRtBVB Notice of Attachment. published once a week for twelve consecutive GR : i S. :
, to the Bon George V, FarKsr.Couotr .. weeks la ihe Kl; >slmmee Valley Oaaett. a' ;
. application DOMEOAN, [Beat]
( Judge ot Osceola. County.l State of Florida Clerk Circuit Court In Circuit and for tnt Oseeola1,7th Judicial Circa of"JID Vaonlef- ., newspaper published In said Oaeeola county, c , .. .. ... ...
Cooat-MU'J' and of general circulation -
8rd d.v'o1e In arid ,
the ooaaty
Monday
in Probate on V.o.AIO.W.C..ford.Jlollon .
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aald day,for an and her hniband "... Robert B. W.aJ1eoe-To ','Witness the Honorable Minor Jones, judge
March.: 1911./ at JO A. V., on for /
order .uthort&ln(th. aa'e at prlys\e aau, byold Complainants. 61-J2t Robert B, Wallace, defendant, and all) other of aald court; and my band aa:clerk thereof .' WE SELL WE BUY ", : I:
exeoutori. o} the following described real peraouo' Interacted In the above entitled and the official seal" of said court, this the Ifttn
Citation of cause or any of the lands hereinafter de- day of December A I). 1910Arthaa
..__Ie in said O.eeola, County, to-wlt: Administration.la scythed: ,
Southeast quarter of the northwest quarter Court of the ;B. Doncgan, HAY HIDES_
Conntr ;
Judge State ol Florida
: You will take notice that on the 26tb of
day: [Seal] Clerk Circuit Conrt
northwest of
c and the weat half of the quarter Estate of Htella O. Wright. Useeola d
County-r October 110/ suit
war Instituted against you Vans Agnew Crawford. >
twentydvet25)); the anth half of Section I qRAIN
Section Notice Creditor FURS
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Robert Wallace\ in the
Circuit
Court of the Solicitors for Complalnanta. 51 1st,
the .0 t.bpaII' quarterj !.!
. twenty-ae (27) ; All person baring debta or demands agalost '
I 7th Judicial Circuit ot Florida,'In and for Oice-. FERTILIZERS
j &ectl .n twenty-Dine (29)) )14h.lIOuth half thewett The Estate of Stella _
ql! < north- G Wright decd.re ola County, In attachment by' Mary Cannier and i' WOOL'- ,
half of the norttiweit quarter the hereby >required to the Notice for Publication. 4
the north present same duly authenticated her husband Henry'Vannler" ; and that writ.at SHINGLES .. t
.ant quarter of the northwest quarter and the soutb. within the time required. bY I..w. ''attachment dated October :A, 1010;...Issued Department of the Interior, U. 8. Land OMee' "*".--:-- AND .,.'

half of the northeait quarter of and all persons Indllblel1lo sold Entate are required by the Clerk o4 the Circuit Court under the seal I at G.ln..llle. Florida, January 21. 1911/ x I ORANGE BOXES .... f,
Section
northeait
the quarter
q est quarter of north the! to make Immediate payment. : to of said Court on said October 25th. 1V10. and under Notice Is hereby given that Henry 8. Fertloof ALL a
half
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i thirty-three ((3D! ), A. B. DROUGHT. and by virtue ot said writ 'of attachment I Whlttit-r Florida, who on April 8. 1904\ madeHomestead 'ORANGE'WRAPS
.a r' northwest quarter of the lOutl e..t quarter Administrator Xetate of Stella O. Wright, Deceased bav levied '
upon the following deifcrltM'l" l *. Entry; No.34CJ64. (Serial No 0210))
the aontheait quartet ol the of Section IIOnlll..1QII.rter thirty-fire 6-tf tract or parcels of land situate lying and for NEH. Section 32 Township 31 South Range t, r VEGETABLE CRATES COUNTRYPRODUCE ,
thb.outhweutquarter
and being In the County of Oseeola. and Sta4 of M EaaUlallaliaasee Meridian has filed notice
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J5) South
it ((85)1) ail twenty-eight In Township(SIll twrnty-flre) Eat oontalnlag .OYenlaen Administrator's Notice. Florida, to-wlt:, of intention to make final d... rear proof, to ee- CRATE NAILS -
Range A a undivided oo -balt JaUreit In south half tabllah claim la the lal d above described, before
hundred and twenty (1720)( ) .. .,.more police) II I hereby given to creditors legatees" ,
diatribnteei and all periona harl.golatmtor of Section twcoly-aeven (27/, south half oC "Sec' the Clerk of the Circuit Court, at Klwlmmaa hl
or 1.M. lion twenty-aght ((28), southeast. quartet"of Florida,on the lat day of N.b.len., '
demand against the estate of C. Dine .
of J :
KUalmmee. Florida, this 27th day seeds of all kinds. ;
Dated at We sell field and garden ,
ceased" late of Oaeeola county t will present the Sctlontweoly-iilne ((29)), northeast q".ner.ad Claimant Bimea a. wltneanea ; v
January' ,HAROLD A. D. 1011 CUTCLirKE QRKNPIDK,, same within two years.properly; authenticated., aoutb'aall of seetloa thirty-three (83), Section L. L Fertlc, of) Whittier Florida; We give. special attention to fitting 'out hunflrtg .and camping ;f,VI,

P ; RALPH GRENSIDE.A. MOd -\I persons Indebted to said estate will thirty-four ((8l),and northwest quarter of Section J. D. Smith ot l Wmttler. Florida J parties."
HENRY
t I '' thlrtv-flve ((35). alt In Township twenty q. K.: Rasa. of \\hlttler Florida; .
Immediate toJAB. : Phone No.
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the leas Will and Testament ofIlexi'ry make payment Frte deliver/In city 12.
Executor.of ,
1..' DUTTON, five (2fi( ) south of Baage thirty- >D. (111)) East H. K. Willis. ''If XbltUi-r.\ Florida. ..
Qrenild. Deoeaied.Vani . for < fertllizars. Ask! for circularand
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i 5 Crawford, > I Administrator, Estate of J. d.. Dine, DPe.'oed.BI. Ton are, therefor,,required to appear to the HENRY 8. CHt7BIt. V

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K&tiwm. *" .t.' : '. PENIS DO. THEIKDIAN HENRY THE' THIEF, j, MAIMED .' CERVANTES. 'r P14CMkre'-Tri ::e?;f s''e j :t''P1' ;nit by X :1 1 :.;;,


.nr :pod Seeds - Bravery, "in Ba*&/*%' the Famous The More You Investigate -

? .r' Out of His Land With a ;few Brass //I V-x-V Author of "'6o-QuIJot..". '.1' '
''I The Better We Like.It. .
An Incident of the battle of trepan- ",
h,. ,For The Baubles and a Barrel of Beer. The Black Heart of the Greely to, wbfcb broke the power _of the t., -i'

I The following: of a deed executed Arctic'Expeditron. Turks In Europe, bat an Interest for J J' Hero "!
copy
Is Fine of fine
Farm Garden This Handsome Floridan! Bungalow I e drove bHealthy \
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Ala in student of literature "In the Mar.queee.'galley"we -
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Penn
William
the Indiana to d
by ..- Will PayYou !Mvoa Per Cent Bin Trees RiRbt: on theRailroad
..' hive,, an ertabliahed; reputation 16&5, wail sent to the abstract office In ,C .' quote from Commander -County Clay ,Road and.

.extending ova'.jhirty'year., being this\. city In 1894 by Mr Thomaa of Greer Philadelphia STORY OF, HIS EXECUTION.. :" ,".Mediterranean"Curre, -."*"Sea.was Wolves lying In In the his corner on your from investment the busy Just business around cen-the Orange Next Door grove to of!bt.! magnificent Cloud. tl'tlt.- < I

1eeds of tbe city
recorder of
planted and u exteneively 'bed. sick of fever, mantW'nt"tour ter of Klasitnmee'-the |
. a a young lot alone being bill crop just Bold 12 genes: located on
by the beat Farmer and Gardener . and was .kindly loaned to the years 'of..e. a Spaniard worth I a neat sum.' This handsome crest f ridge giving flneviewof rairie i

1ftl 1: 'er*' throughout the Middle and Valley Gazette by Mr. S. H. Bullock. Tht, Ordr'.Issued by ,the Emaciated; of Alcala da nenares, tbe ton of honorable Florida atone bungalow ja cleverly and Lake Tohopekaliga On clay sur.

Southern State.. ,. ., It will be noted that in the early daysof l Commander "Ad 1 the Way It Was 'parents we'are told although planned-stone pillars, steps, etc.' Ele faced boulevard within, two miles of I'

this country the white man buncoedthe Carried Out-vThe. Rifl. Shot'; That these parents wore poor. When thin gant interior finish of hard pint, pol- St. Cloud.Beautiful site Florida win-

Wood's New for 1911 I will red' mane even to ,the extent of Put ."End to the Traitor young*,man hnrd":that a battle was plumbing ished .floors.roofed: art with.flreplaces-rsanitary asbestos shingles ter residence ot country' gentleman.. .
J' : Imminent he ,,trbm his bed and! Price $8,000.
Seed ,help.you to trading him "fire "water" under the I rose'I which are absolutelyfireproof: and Indestru :y
CaW
determine asa name of "bef:," in, the same manner One of Ibo many tragedies. of the demanded"of his captain, Francisco <"'tlble and will last a life tine. Here 'Are 10 and -20 Acre P.rlUa''j
4 to what crops and seeds to plant Grcolj arctic expedition was tbo execution San Pedro, thai be should be placed A bt&utiful Florida home ot will rent' Some within a Stone's) Throw of .. i4
as.ha does today. of Private Henry, who bad teencaught In the "pest ot' greatest danger. The at more than seven per cent on the low the LIveM City In Florida and at

I ': for suttees and profit. Our publication ." The copy of the deed follows time after time stealing/ food captafn and others hi. friedds counseled price of . .x ,.. ,j . . ,$JOOO I Ouo-FburtJj.the .vrlce0tiers AakKlsalmmee
> have*long been noted. Thks Indenture Witnesseth That Wo him to remain In his bed. i '

for the full and complete information -. Lare Packenah, Tareckham, Skklas, from the scant store of the starving :-Senores' replied "the young man. Here Is Another Bran New Florida I Suburban Farms some
and Within one and three-quarter miles which), $\cy give Tom's Easepenaicktethoy, Qorty- Henry alone was strong what would be said of Miguel de Bungalow.,
Pettquetitt town-8,600' people as neighbours
Belle thanks to tbo stolen( food and
Cervantos .houlJ be take this
'..; Catalog mailed free on KekelJapPlin,"eomu Mackaloka. Meth- to Ih''fact that he leave
light, telephone: etc. Why comforts -
request.- Write for it. conga Missa Powsy, Indian Kings j jSach could! possibly shirk, "whlct" ) his enemies hare offered! battle business lot and'within one block of the and pleasures of civilization and
makers, Right 6wners of all//the : Lieutenant Greely had 'warned andwarned business centet of KIssimmee. There
to his majesty 1 bare served like a go out into tbe woods When'werwillsell
T/W.. WOOD & SONS,. Lands from Quing Qtiingus Creek called I I henry and bad'punlshed him good soldier, and today I Intend to do is now.a business Handsome demand for this lot right you one of these suburban farmsat
business
Seedsmen. Richmond Va. Duck Creek unto upland, called Chester but to no a\"all. and. finally' after a par"flTDVu'lj .o In spite of. this sickness and"fever.: be erected right next to it building.t"once to a lower price. Beat bargain In undeveloped -.

Creek, all'along\ by the West sid/M1' 'd splcable act of theft, the He was given command of twelve soldiers Business cannot go the other as lands on the m.rket-we

.. Delaware River, and s<\ between/tie I conamrttjer.) In fear that QezfrS'scourse In a shallop and all day was to i Mam street ends that way. Here way is a 'challenge its equal in Florida at twice
-the 10() and 20 acre tracts at $25
4-8& price.
would cause a general raid on 1
be where the within
combat raged most sure profit one from date ,
year
backward far ,s a man "
said Creeks ?
terms to .
af .
an acre a
on payable banjc.
,,"- ---= for the-Btore of food and tbus bring About fiercely. lie received two wounds In to anyone who wants a fine modem

can ridoin two days i a aTyoMe. the destruction the whole party :' the chest and another which cost him home during the meantime. Rent Have a Town Houtve in the Countryand
and in consideration of the following condemned to death quick at $25 w month-bio- demand for
I Henry the loss of his left hand. To those a Perennial Oardeu for Pro
Goods, to us in hand paid and secured The story of the execution whlcb (fo whom be proudly displayed them in houses in Kissimmee. This ia built fit and Pass the Days in the,

t House Painting to be paid by William Penn, proprietary -t makes a new page In history Is told I after years be .accustomed to say but just is like directly the bungalow on.Main described street SNAP above Most Oentle. Climate: In the

Governor'of the province of In the American: Magazine Frank Wounds In the chest I World.
.nd by I the.fee. or are at .e. ' " ..$,),800 "
Pens!I van'i a and terntornjs thereof vidoHcox. n Copley, who got his data direct like Stan which guide one through : PEGHORN-f St. Cloud suburban tt

.:- from the survivors of tbe expeditionhe.writes honor to the skies' Of him the chronicler A Dandy Little Farm, Fenced and garden farms. On clay boulevard where

Paper Hanging Twenty t;un Twenty Fathom Match- :: I 1 tars, 'lIe continued the rest of In Cultivation: at the' Pr, o of Undeveloped you home can have the semi-town and -country
Just for
thing retired bU.Inells
All bin Greely die his life with honorable of \
:;. coat, Twenty Fathofii Shoudwaters, lethargy gone. memory Land to SayNoltilag: of, ,, people, middle aged homeseekers \
DecoratingKalsomining missed the man, seized pencil. and paper this wonderful occurrence, and although I
Twenty Blanket :Twenty Kettles j' the Mouse to be Thrown; 'II, and those who do not care to lose any
1 andVllb trembling emaciated be lost the use of his left ot the
advantages well-settled
suburban -
Twenty Pound of Powder, one hun flpgere wrote: 1 band. It added to tbe glory of til" 12 acres in suburbs of. Kissimmee communities.. Some land Under f,

I dred Barrs of Lead, Forty Tomahawks. I wear' Cape Sabine June 6. 1,*!. I right How glorious was that right building lots sub-division on one side, high State of cultivation-dark chocolate

I one hundred Knives. Forty pair stockings I "Btrmants". Bralnard, Lon r and Frederick hand Is known to all renders of 'EI houses on other. This fine little farm soil-best in Florida, ask any ex

; Workmanship Guaranteed asCrH..WEBKINGi" One Barrell! x>f Beer, Twenty I "Notwithstanding promises given by Ingenloso Hidalgo Don Quixote. de In has 5 acres under cultivation-five-room pert All the pleasures of agricultureand
I Private C. B Henry yesterday, he ban Mancba hou'elot( plastered but almost new) horticulture as hobbies and a hand-
Good as the Best. pound'Re-d Lead one hundred fathom I r since, a< acknowledged to me tamperedwith f ill\ under fence and worth $225 an acre. some expense income It you wish on
I sealthnng. If not other food at the-
Wampham Thirty Glass Bottles, Thirty Best bargain will find
old This you in many a these acre and one and one-half acre
pewter spoons one hundred Aul Blades .I la the camp.destruction pertinacity of the party and If audacity not at RELIC OF ANTIQUITY. day. All\ for $1,200. tracU at from $100 to $250.Don't .

ThJE'e hundred Tobacco pipes, one hundred onco ended Prlvata Henry will be hot
,'I' II I today. .all care. being taken to prevent hie The Seal! That ti l So Oft. Used on i
Loads of Tobacco, Twenty Tobacco ;
Injurln anyone, aa tits phyclcal strength I'I'I. Legal Iocum.nts. fail to write mefor Information of,any
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Tongs, Twenty Steels, Three hundred la greeter than that of. any two men.
i Slints, Thirty pair Sisgor! Thirty Decide the manner of his death by two I A mOlt ft absurd thing! connected with I kind and ask all the questions u would like to
ball and one blank cartridge, This orderly legal business li the little piece of red l '
Tombs, Sixty Looking: Glasses! Two lmppratlveand. absolutely' necessary for green or blue pnper or dftuh-of nonllne have answered/ will send you a personal letter
any chance of life. A. W. ..
Hundred Needles, one Skiple Salt, GREEDY""In
was which we often place nt the endof and give facts All 1.-
r you -- FREE.t .
of Four Gallons the official report of tbe Lady
Thirty jxiunds; << Sugar, n signature/ to n deed will or other
of Molasses Tobacco Boxes ', Frnnkllu bay expedition/ It Is aim
The New Orleans Tea and Twenty Important documentIt
ply niinminfed 'shots
one hundred Jews Harps, Twenty blot were heard Is n very small thing In size but
about :2:! flviook.
and later the order '
Coffee Store Horses Thirty Gimlets Thirty Wooden'' one to whlcb a (treat den I of Importnnce
woe rend to the general pnrtj' The ''
li frequently given It Is n relic -r feieiwe
Screw Boxes, one hundred Strings
mnnner In which the order
was ex
of antiquity: and no plausible excusecan .
Next door to Fraternity Halt; Beeds. pouted( l lire flppenrn' for the first time
sells the highest grade of coffees Do hereby acknowledge. in behalf of I; "SprRonnts!: Itrnlnnrd. Long and Fred be Invented for continuing I" UHOSome
q and teas at the lowest pnces.ltcarries of the more prpirreslve! nfnleo
ourselves as only right owners of the crick' could not ns ordered, 'decide the
a different 'grade of coffee I I i Lave prnctlrnllv abolished Its tine. by
from any other store in the city; and aforesaid Tract of Land,, to bargainand I manner of death by two ball and one legislation/ which deprives It of any
all who have tried li. declare it to be blank cartridge.' Greely' had failed
sell unto the said William I+rnn, technical legal slgfljicance.$ In others.
the best tasted to take Into ronslderatlon that at tbl *
they ever his Hers and Assignee forever, the'I bowerer. It Is still need with all se

aforesaid 'I time the party hud left only one scnrIceable end solemnity, and an al I --- --- .. ..
; KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA Tract of Land, with all the rifle rlouijiess! ---- -- - --- "

Woods, Runna, Creeks and a"pul't I three most -musical value h given to It "I bv
unto the belonging to b he'd I "The t sergeants drew lots to dignified Judges that Is ,little less than ....... '..........'.........'.............ae....... I
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same ? see who would do the hooting. When : .
I I I riillrulous -
r used, possessed and enjoyed by the said they bnd done no they bound them
A man died years ago leaving pert : :
William Penn, his Heirs and Assigned selvort with an oath that the Identity
h of his estate to another to enjoy whilehp .
} 1 forever without any mole tation or, of the man thus chosen never should lived with the privilege of devising\ Ideal Fertilizers :

h Do BUII Hindrance from or by us, or any of lie, be revealed- It at his death to others "whom lie- i j
rlInn "n.nrywas at tho tent oji Cemetery
or from or by any other Indians what- might select by a writing under file ,
ridge with all the other men when
that shall I II "hand and seal" A writing was
r soever or may claim any the time for putting Lira to deBt! execrated : Best and Cheapest i

night, Title or Interest >in or unto the I came. What was to take place, of so devising the property,. but Ir --

"' BERBER SHOP.i(I said Tract of Land or any part thereof. I'course was known. only to t the three property was contented upon by the others technical claiming ground the : Celery Lettuce Cauliflower Beans -i t
sergeants and Two
the
1n Witness Whereof we have hereur.to !! commander.
that tbe contained seal after Tomatoes
no >
paper t .
of the sergeants remained In tbe vicinity Cantaloupes Potatoes
Castle
hands and seals at New -
I set our !! tbe signature and the devise wan i
Cold Drinks i this second day of the Eight month of tbe old hut while the' third therefore void.A :
Cigars .
Send for
' .," went to the.tent to bring{ henry down. our booklet, FLORIDA VEGETABLES. It contains :

1686. "The man who went for.Henry.told wise Philadelphia Judge closelyscrutinized1' :. directions for raising all the, principal! products 1 of .the .' l
Deed under thirteen the after .
'>' Kissimmee, Fla The original him that he was wanted at the old signature Bid : State, 'carefully revised and brought up.to'data? by' our most andw
;,_, ....., .LabelU carefully listening to the arguments ,
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.1. & J ' seals, afflxecU.by appen- camp( to belp carry up| some more ef .. cessful growers. No publication on this- subject contains 'I such :
of decided that at ttte end of , -
dath with each seal, a marl!: OV. r the supplies that bad been left there lawyers #" d
'there practical advice. All gardeners should have itl from the .:
the
'albeinR' signature( was .en extra ; owner
i it as above, the ,acme orl.i Suspecting nothing, henry readily accompanied scroll or flourish made'' with tbe pen :' of the email home garden to the largest shipper} . In It will befound : '.
the the
follows sergeant to place
also Indorsed as ,
J. W. THOMPSON chosen for putting him to death. with which the signature was made !f. the special IDEAL formulas hat have been constructed :: r

2 Wit.Signed I I "Now, Greely bad repeatedly cat and that this was sufficient In law to # by careful study of actual field results. They: are invaluable, be-
sealed and' delivered unto ::
x I Honed the three sergeants take n constitute a seal-Case and Comment : ing perfectly balanced and from the RIGHT SOU RCES. Get

Captain ,Thomaq. Holmes, Surveyor of I chances on Henry's getting away, forr : the BEST and make MONEY. ::
FUNERAL
:ir DIRECTORCENSEFJ the provirrfjHif? Pensylvania to and for I althoughnone at Cape Sablne /knew B* Yurslf. : Call on our representative, Waters &,Carson Grocery Company ::

t ,f "a.nd for' the ustWjt! I William Penn, );sqr., 'i the man's past history, enoughof the Insist out yourself; never imitate. : or addrellll' '

S Proprietary aiw Governour the aforesaid man's black soul bad been:! revealed to Tour own gift you can present every : :

i' "1 [ EkBALMER., Province and Territories thereqnWj! make his comrades feel that no crime momentwith tbe cumulative force of Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Co., 41-

r Opposite Courtbon*& belonging, in the presence of us: Peter Could be put past him,, a whole liter cultivation, but of the : Jacksonville, Florida. "

: Abrichs. Laase Coe, Phillip H Lehu- I "So Bralnard. Long and Frederick' adopted talent of another yea have : i r 1

t.- James Atkinson, Christopher cautioned by their commander and only an extremporaneous. bait possession. .+hMe.....a+alF4f..+........................#....,....
e KUSIMMXB FLORIDA mann warned by their own knowledge t>f the That wbleh each can4o best t

Gore, The Mark I. W. of) John Walker | man with whom they bad to deal, had none but -bla Maker can teach him. --- ,

Edward Love, John Mandy, the mark I J tloclded that Henry should be made to Where la the Boaster. who cold have : : -- ,

:Oscftola Title Z 0 iaroma Quaranc, The mark S of I stoop to pick up something and that taught Shakespeare? Where 1 Ia the master -

Owoghanj, The mark V of. i.then be should bo .bot,trom behind who cot 'M have Instructes Franklin 4t

t.. The mark: 1 .H S Hump, owogherdll'l'|!: At least one of the abrgeamta bad no or Washington or Bacon e. New. If it is it

Pataako 0, ThVmark S of Mark Cash- more compunction ,bent killing him ten T Every great man Is onWvB*. Do Something to wear
.Guarautee Company the I than he would hare bad about killinga that which to assigned to yoo and yon t
ate John Durbqrowof City of Philadelphia .
mad dog. \ cannot hope too much or store too '.
k Yeoman Sori InLawof James 'I "nut'one of the other two ntn mach-Emerson. W eave It. I
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? , r Manager, ., Atltihson, late of the .amenity, merchant weakened at tbe last moment \Co:
P. GARRETT
::0. deceased. He, the said"John Dur- ahootr _Or In cold blood from behind Help Far the EUstrlcten. ,J

.... .. lx>row. being* :' one of the peopla alled I to send him Into eternity with If yon Are ever pnulwTia working Come in 'and let us show you". -1

Real estate Quaker, upon his solemn affirmation no opportunity to compose his soul, with electric wires as to which ia podtlve .
ras too terrible a thing for him to sod which Is*negative or whether {
examined and reported on according to Law, doth depose and declare i i
.Taxa. paid for non-residents that having viewed( this writing ata-td. It was a mistake that hearty the current 1* alternating there to no '

relating to real estate proved disastrous. simpler method than .the vae of a po
, laatrumeota he doth verily bolieye that .. 11x-
indented,
eaxefuUy driwnCorrespondence \ "Henryswaa told face to face that tato. Cut the vegetable to halt and REMEMBER I
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.. \.i the'James Atkinson' thereon indorsed be was tote put to death In accordance Insert toe ends of the wire Into the F

;,f Solicited. a* a' Witneas to the .signing) sealing wltb the ocder ef the Commander fresh body. About the positive wire a
Our
'''J6 '.' _,. and delivering thereof by the several! 1 and he was advised to kneel and 'I' green stain will at once appear, doe to Store Stands for t;

.! n Indian within named Is the proper make hla peace with tiU God.. At the dissolved copper. If the current to alternating .
r handwriting of the said James Atkinson same time the executioner appeared the ends of both wires will Q1JALITcf. ;

?. 'TkHoma1' : ; Bakery Man I ; for that the came appeareth exactly wltb his rifle at a convenient distance be surrounded bjc dark colored atalnk.: , 1, :r

to agree with other of his handwriting before tbe doomed man'" eyes. v Chjcago Tribune ( ,
in this Deponent's Custody. f "B.DIrJ'.t004 agape. He mattered I '
Jolin Durborow, affirmed at Philadelphia ! 1
i something about aomethJnc'not being \ J'
: ; Takes this opportunity to thank the Twenty First d.yof April, right. Near the'third sergeant Whittle.'. Safeguard.
the good people of this city for Anno Dni 17SS. where When t an overtimld visitor from the ,.W. DANN'THE
I stood an ax lay on the ground.'' Hen .
3: i 'their liberal patronageand would': As Witne. my hand and Seal ; city once commented to the poet Whittier .
ry's *. searching tile ground encountered -
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4'' .. aI.o' take this me"' to say th.t'' Edward Robert (Seal) tne ar. H. sprang for It upon toe Insecurity tII.t'me4 :
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Hermanu. Abricks, of the City of Inseparable from ao many eon (openIng STORE OF. '
oar limited facilities for making A warning cry' was raised. The- sr- QUALITY"Pioneer
'' i; i Philadelphia, Gentleman, Grand Son of out from tall- sides of the large old 1
good will prevent (for awhile) our geant who stood Dear the ax Jumped
Peter Abricks. late of the County of country borne the master of the housestrove
1 to all of the and got has foot do It almost as Henry
h general delivery parts New Castle on Delaware, Gentleman gently to restore confidence by
f'' city Quality and variety will be Deceased, maketh Oath on the Ho'y was anon him. There was a cry of pleading/ that most of them were'lacked
t} 'Qnlckr! Even then there was dangerof
f maintained always. Our nice Evangelists of Almighty God, That he
having viewed this writing indented. the executioner shooting his fellow at night t

l 7J" he doth verily believe that the name --Dt If his aim was tbe least unsteady. \

;;HOT ROLLS and BISCUITS Peter Abricks thereon, endorsed M a 1'1..lal.Wen.. Plumbing .
Witness to the signing sealing and delivery But despite all he ,bad been through "So your debts are bothering. yo> T"Tee. Shop ? !

' :y, :Alao HOT.... BREAD thereof by the several Indians the'{ aim of the executioner was true. ." '
within named, is the proper hand writ- The rifle cracked and the ballet aped, "Walking tbe floor because you. can'tpay'emr KISSIMMHU PLA. H. EDMUND SWAB.Y, PHQS .
S lag of him the said Peter Abricks, For .I...
4 t will b* ready mornings and afternoon . that the same appeareth exactly to penetrating. tbe breast of the man for can't t.
make 'em
., *, and a-nice variety of PIES agree with other of fib hand writing whom It was Intended when It was "No because I . ,' aqlarger.Exchtng 0 SANITARY PLUMBING I
molded. Henry whirled crying: Ton \1, <$>
in this Deponant'a Custody. ,
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Partie Wedding
CAKE
and '
.r .p/,, Harman Abrick., sworn at Philadelphia have tricked me! Ton .hare tricked \ TINNINO AND BHKKT METAL WOK f

M1 a .pecialty.. the Twenty first .y.of April. mar Again the rifle cracked. The What DM the Mean Spee1&1 ..". t1o= OH.ven 1:0: AllIctia43.. i .of I j
Anne Dni One Thousand Seven Hundred second bullet went through Henrys Shop Aaatotant. (to purchaser of wid R.palrlaPhone

:' and Thirty Five. head, and he fell daad. ow's bonnet}-Would you like to try It

Witness my hand and Seal, before,(the gUaa madam? OotomerNo. :
on 214 Office {
14, /V. SMITH. .. Saml HasaeU (Seal) mIIt : Broadway Shops: Orlando Ave.
slatfor
,:. "Recorded the 21st D.yo'f April, 173&_.. A-wor4' from a friend: .le daaby _en r thank you ,
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.. E'S' ROACHPEPPERITlilli. .rAS POLICE OF PARIS I It l SHAVING_IN' ITALY.'

t' .. '_ HOME FOR .SALE 4 .
.r w1 'f fM.1 ; The Barber Must Have Used a Cross
h9110ra1/N toNiaMl't i Mopes f :out Saw. on This-Victim. : .G.L.ENN-REAQIN
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Four Room House good'tepair
Italy be the laud vf the then but
1y/t a..e.a iati .,IEINt ..r1.,., if may .
i Methods Effective Even f
1 }17r FUOT. HMOIUO. IMP Tun?,Pod,?., : "good water., n.ew fence ,Their ; It is not the home of the abo\'e. I 14',:'
rT IrM |UK*. ,KM* HIM, UMI SoratoM Ml West Kiss'i.mmee five barbers re''' ADVERTISERS .
r la1n.W I .seL .,r.r..bla. kesp.... q ,'located In ..Sometimes Dramatic .1 I The tbarfr are 'feenwrally "
..., t froni of.tb 'butcbt> -
1 'Ilk >trap, own u/ prw iu Hoi CM. 'blocks from Court Hore. .. crulted tbo' ranks rs '
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r M..allAa..n. or the medical student; They must, ,
'. i A BARGAIN ut ,,2rO- , be able to stand the sight of blcH.ii', 'a We We prepare hind hiace cflpy : .. c ,E
i'' TESTING A MAN OF COURAGE. I compile and Mint booklet
N. 1 Paw, w a.q Nx-Yw>4 C..x .' .. ,Iri. the .CH.rly days of medicine pliy- We sell
CALENDARS.
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LslAn d a..v Apply to I I .slolans called In, barbers, to do tuelrblecdlt 130ard and AdvertisingNovelties Signs Bulletin l III" Leather
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4 ASHE DISINFECTANT CO. I' I. \>irfor them. ,, Celluloid and .
?Q 1't.l'A.1"LpI11Ub 1ft U McKEE.1 Slinineei, Fla The Secret Sipvip\ Kniw. More About I I In Italy a' physician now does bl. AHurninum. ) 1

} ASHE'S RATSALT liE.. 1 HI. Own Affairs Ttlan"H. Did Himself own //bleedl.tig be 'Vtnit's a barber v
k.h N..Mw .'1 Gar.a+. ..1..1. 4 I and T}-oved. it ln a Molt Startling I hop flrst. "*" J : PUBLIC'y;:: I

'I -_ -- . . II and Coneluslv.'',Mann.r. 'I* }Everything i= Is done ;.In ,an, orderly WE ARE EXPERTS.
1 i manner In the. Latin kingdom. TV '
Tbe police, of Pails bare always I 1 man who ;yearns to open a tonsorlil _. :\ j., __LONG. DISTANCE PHONE: 296 ,, ,*
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CAFE I made It a rule to keep closely,.Iu toucli J* parlor appears before the municipality\ TAMPA SUITE4&5
FLORIDA
CITY i with tbe criminal element. the spies' to request his llceuse. No Influence: Inrequired.
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and secretofficials of the depnrlineiu He does not bare to hate a BANK QF TAMPA '
: BUILDING
I ERSON ,
r TI" b. DJC ) {I I "
.. ._-- -, -- --- I pull. No he cultivates that later. ft-* *-<
------ as crliqlnais the Tcui
posing among !
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1 .: "Arc you 'Iuulllled -demand tbe..clt, .
"' makes the -lii.-st bugling; criminals l wben Decennary to learn their. > .
blorkin
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MEALS I fathers."Slgnorl. .I.,
in the South. they 21 secrets. The following Incident lii ( ., "
I; are nnj.>- "" .
I I responds the applicant reproachfully -- -- -
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out of Lake Weir Sand-course FOR" which the national impulse for dramatic : -
"floes!
not father :
my owna
end Faced) Hliarp half and defy hilt- i-omtjurinon.nnil! water $5.OOREGULAR effect crops out will serve to illuj ,; ...borse, and Lave! I lout curried 1 It ; :
I Irate how well at tfmes they do theirwork 1 Besides. I have Workedin I
pruul'1WIJI build you a con- every Sunday
tr crate lintinnrl u'iiarHntH< 'it to : tbe stockyard" : L. M. MARSH & Co. l
bit MEAL'STRANSCIENT I At the beginning of t fa reucli rev giver'"You \
l water pn>n?nf and damp proof I' ; 'I I "Dene. reply the license ,
See! my yf'ire l Place Mantle 35 CENTS olutlon tbe chief of tbe ot I'urls I.I are Indeed suited In every way. DFALERS IN CINE LINE OF

SI.lv6t1- :( hud upon his register the uuuiys or mi., ,, Here are your shaving1 papers. 1 STAPLE AND FANCY

Works on I fewer than 2.0008tlapeeted und. dcprur forth 'and scrapeacquaintance wltb .

rCE'CREAM: ed characters whose .pursuits! were : the strangers w Ithlu our gates, but cut
BROADWAY AND MIDLAND R.. R. TAMPA known to be of 1i criminal rapture: 1 I 1 only distant acquaintances. To cut I .I. GROG E .R I IBS- r rFAEBH'A

& Wiley I A inercbuut-of -high respectability lu ,I your friends la bud form and 'bad for
Niemeyer "
-;- Dordeniu; hud occasion to visit I'urlsupon "em.
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I[ commercial business currying Then If the happy neophyte bus PURE

W. C BASS I will him bills/ and money to a very 1 1I ,I II the tin, he, opens up a dissecting pnrylor. FREE DELIVERY to all parts of the city. Prompt and courteous attention

'. I large amount. On his arrival at the i 1 1I The tin Is uecessnry for razor, T=L"PNOrs : HC>. 10. .
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of tbe French metro Hills r
Wholesale P .i i gates ( u gen
t tool looking mao opened[ the door of I I One Italian! traveler was heard to 'I'. ,
Dealer .
: ir A.M..L.CHAU1ICEYCONTRACTOR the carriage pnd addressed' him lo tlilx i 1 1I I remark: "I now believe that tbe martyr - -
I SL I/iilc was skinned alive. I
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effect: ''
Fresfi Beef Pork and I "Sir. I have been wailing for you {,, know the mm n'ho skinned I".him lieshaved
me !this mornlntt. Twelve
some time According to my notes yon i 1 1I I
I good men iiiyl I true looked at his face SURPRISE DRY GOODS STORE
were to arrive at this hour and, your ..
1 I send;[ then gave; their verdict 'Uc-was Land -
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Mutton person your currlage and your port i .
mnnteuu exactly answering the de a truthful bit Ii. i
; LADIES EXCHANGE
AND- BUILDERPlant I When a mxtomer enters an Italian
PHONE 4..S. .t. scriptlon I bold 'in my band, you will .
barber shop he In escorted politely to
permit me to have tbe honor of conducting I I
of the
I an opera tin'shair/ Tbe bock
anti Kstlmstc hurnlshed.. you'to !M.' de Surtlne"The ; chair I H .stationary, but tbe headrestlets Sec in.y V Hue.. of' YaiUMiliiiON( the coming! ; '

-" 1) j 'gentleman. nstonlxluMl and, dowu to a remarkable degree. "m'ck. Both Coinlciil) mill Sentimental +
BULLOCK( Sutlwiactloniunro.teCJ1 alarmed at this Interruption and still The result I N that while the applicant's I ..
more at bearing tbe mime o.f the chiefInspector
blpH and kirccs are bent to an angle
.t of (the police mentioned., de of ninety degrees bin neck pi retches "o a IRS E. L. PEARCE Beaman Bldg. }

- I minded to know what !M de Snrtlni, tbnt his fiend' ) ulnktg. no acute angle .
REAL ESTATEINSURANCE waotvd! with him adding: tint. he had'. with Ills, bi-, I Is. his chin pointingdirect -

.,.......,.,..,..." ,., Employment Agency and Bureau I]1 never committed uny offense against i ly at the <..S',,ing: rt"lulreslong\ practice I AaiP

l i the laws and that.. the |>olice could for sioiit,,' gentlemen"to become _

. \ Of Information. have no right, to detulQ. him comfortable In this 1 position

W. ..... FARMER. PROPRIETOR I The messenger declared himself Is I Then the operator, dips his brush In I
no run I of IIIe I cause of the detention Ice water und brushes, It lightly across
I xammalion of Titles InrnWH'il iTiinlnrn
a ll l and said that when. he hud rondnctedhim with air
":liil, -timtionx hour '"! fur nlll mVl"ud, the sonp. Me then a playful
-r-ui. In-- (if I awry kiln) comliii-tcil (birth' to !M OP Snrtlne he should have I Iel.III..d dampens his .customer's beard as If Princess Mattress 1
Specialty. i "o iHitiil-nii' | All ,N-r*<.infha MIIK huii"r I II
j : his orders After Mom > further .
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'gnu. ui ran' hriitivtli'il t,44un' lily terra to say. "This l Is 'really nnnecesKury.but 3
OlllcIT (u- ) 01.111(1'i .; 'Oin' : with' I i explanations the gentleman permltted I yield to I the prejudices of a stranger
':o resoond'I: t: Solicited II M IIKKVKKK KI Hlinm e. Klorlil"" the officer( lo conduct him tort lobe
rub the
No, he never soap r'
I tbe Qlllclal. Then The Princess Sanitary Felt is '
- - police mlfitit!; ,produce "Intber a \
j M. de Snrtlne, the chief of police re 'I comet-tlie muJur operation Afterwardthe

celvpd him with great pollteneaaand., face 1.. washed with shaving,; sleep-producing mattress where you get

18TH I atl4l qlle..tlnjt. him to he l "ell 1..1. l In I brush full of cold water, and (then the

SATURDAY. FEBRUARY | his astonishment dewrllieil.. bl.". porti powder !Is! applied.l ; .jao not talcum powder your money's wcrth.; Made by expert : ;

I Ik positively the last Sly ot- manteuu and told him the e"u,.., -powdered, niun
I amount. in .bills und calib'l1kh hit j When the Idiimnges have thus been workmen, in the anddurable

hud brought wit 1i" him to Parts, where tem"ornftlr.'lIr'd,, the victim rnlsosJlis
WHIDDEN'S[ BIG SHOE SALE I be was to loilge. his iioniil Iltue' of .(1 head-if ,he Ntill able -and bun n l style, in a

going to bed and n number of other rout of brlllimitlne applied to his hair
circumstances which< he hnd, omicelveilwere I lie then toilers. home and after hits. large well lighted

Come Early and Avoid the Rush known only to hlmxelfHaving wife bus fit hit, ed nt sight of him resolves

1 j i thus excited, his attention.M. to riii'-e u uiustuche. sideburns \ sanitary factory. In
(' "I.; -. {!-. voi or, ri'-ro-DATE) ; SERVICE' de Snrtlnp asked him: galways] nnd, 11 full beard._ The barber 2

"Sir. arc.you n man of rournge?" mean while having hushed. up the demand in hospitals,

L. WHIDDEN) & CO. I The: gentleman! mill more astonloh\) gore seats himself in front of his shop
i led at the slngiilnflty of bis luterrogn and smiles -benignly. on the passerby sanitariums and

_. tory, .demanded the reason; why :eosin yo, Italy Is not the land of the shave- ImImm 1+JI1Iim v v/ nmmml

a question[ was put to 'him; oddlurr .' although it may be. tile bome of the j jflea. hotels, or whereverMATTRESSbeddin9 .x

-- -..,_..:..,-.-. -- <,,, '-r-r- I that no man had hitherto doubted hi. .-New 'York Sun:.' -. THis ', ? FELT .t

.H.' l ;: .''i;, ,rIt ; ., S courage. : t', :- ". ". i 1 1I a ;' of quality! .. ,
"Sir. you are to be robbed find mar Advice Not Wanted. ;
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IDEAL FIBER GUTTER j I tine "It you nie'a man of courage wife 'bo Is cuddling their new boy.
.;A$ | you must go to your hotel and retire i I "y: ...alwuld not feed tbe baby oftenerthnn' The Princess is made of carefully ','1'
to rest at the I everytllree.buurs. should not
FOR TENDERING usual hour Rat Iw you
IDEAL : I[ careful not to fall asleep Neither willI take It up every time It cries it should sanitized material woven into layers sof t
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It be proper for you to look under Bleep practically all 4 lie time. It should
Steak, Ham, Bacon, Etc :|I I I bed or* Into the closet which Is In your your not be shown to every one wbo calls. elastic felt which will never lump pack down or 'of

chamber You must place your port your mother und father should not bepefmUt
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become hard. It weighs 50( pounds and be '' '
mantenn In Its usual situation near the m dandle It. Jou should not may

J. S. PENNELL, Agent. i: bed und betray no sunplclon,' Leave chuck It under the chin that way It i had in plain stripe fancy or art ticking, tufted or t
"what remains to roe. If you jlo not should sleep In a room without heat
AGENTS '1HI
WANTED M I feel your courage sufficient to bear I and, with the windows. wide open. ,Its perfection style. :

out I will who clothing should be simple none ofthose The careful detail bestowed iJ..$
;r.t4 .- Itt I you procure some one most attention to Is :
* II lacy, embroidered things-and-
II I will personal you and go to bed In .
your stead. and"- on this mattress. Sold on a strict guarantee: Try

Mii The merchant, bring convinced tint' I I "Humph!" Inierru'PIII hIs wife "You, I it 60 nights and if not entirely satisfied I '
LANDRETHS' SEEDS I M. de Sartlne's Information\ was -accn\ go and tell that stuff to people that your -i
pay $5 visit. I don't want dealer will refund
: rate In every particular refused to be you a any your money.- .
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of old advice about this baby.Ufe -
WIIIC1ISUCCEED. are not sold by a Merchant: KISSIMMEE personated and resolved to follow lit. your Best Mattress '
Possible
$10 to Produce.
the directions I 4 4It
l erally be bad received.
Consequently wo hope to Bell our Seed to you
direct by Mall.i fie accordingly drove to- tbe botel Th. Big Wind In Ireland. you want mattmtf d. lux*. ttt.vary tint -,
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This advertisement mailed to if i and went to bed at bis usual bour. ot excellence In mattreMK..eek for The '
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*mentioned
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Tbe ,Sight, of the big wind In Ireland Ghojette Saniury'FeM" Mutree*. Price 1UM.II .
will betaken as worth 20c on any order o'clock At half past 12-tbe time I tI
was Jan. 6 and 7. 1830 It seems to
,t Writ..or the of One Dollar (Si) or over and the coupon In. mentioned by M de Sartlne-tbe door have served for as dealer can't supply l
-1 closed with Seeds on first order. If returned tons, some seventy years I your youwrite us.
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o-t Catalog Printed will be worth One Dollar (SO on a Five Dollar of his bedchamber was quietly forced the era point of no little chronology. J I Samples of ticking cheerfully sent 'j -
I ($5) order. Say if Market or Private Gardener. open end tbreem..n entered' wltb a The gale was by no means confined to I on request .
.t i BJIISTOL.Pennsylvania. To every One Dollar ($1) order will be added, dark lantern, daggers and pistols. The Ireland. A score of persons died In '
l'' to Introduce them, without charge one packet merchant, who pretended to be fJSfrep. Liverpool in tbe crash of buildings :
l,) ; ti each of three especially desirable sort Vegetables. perceived one of them to be b18 own and the force of the wind was' felt ; GHOLSTINCUNNINGHAM ;j

I errant. They rifled his portmanteau through Cheshire. Warwick and Staf
t'l' undisturbed and discussed and settled ford. In Limerick Galway' and Atb- SPRING BED CO. .

, tbe plan of patting him to death. lone more than 200 houses were blown

''i Bearing all this and not knowing by down and as many more were burned.In !, Manufacturers ATLANTA' GA. ,'
the 1808 Dublin was swept by a gale .. ,; i'-
what means be was to be rescued, I o tA
( y : merchant was under great 'perturba quite as great and half the trees Ln . .
t.
r H. C. STANFORD & COMPANYCarries
: ,of Lion suspense.of mind during such an IDte..al''New the Phoenix'York SUn park* were put down.- .

I ( Just at tbe moment the villains/ were '1' I 6n.e Hundred and Forty-Three Per Cent -

. as'Con-plete' a Line t>fI ---= preparing to take tbe merchant's life She Loved Him.
{ I This was, after tbe QuarreL "! can
four police officers, wbo were concealed
aRY:: : GCOLS under the bed and In the closet never forgive you." be crifHl.MLaat" CENSUS CELEBRATION
,;; night you said I was a,lobster.
rushe l out and seized tbe offenders In I
'f :J"OTJ:=,rTsFVFcNISI3INC3S lib very Ret of attempting murder and I II "But you know: she replied and ber ,-
tone was condllntory-"you know bow
:: :: : : :: wltb the'stolen property in their pos dearly I love lobsters.. TAMPA'FEB. 11 to 25 .
,. I session The law made short work ot : .
With a glad try he folded her to his
SZE3TO and CLCTI::: :INOJ the criminate, And tbe police congratu breast.-Philadelphia Record.
J lated tbe merchant on bis courage and

t as can te found: in inlar.ci Florida and sells them coolness. Abuse. : Low Excursion RatesVIA.

Abuse! Is not 110 dangerous when

tJ t As Cheap As Any -Os.rin. America I. "You -girls An Excellent are beyond Reaion.ine."" said tbe- I there no finlitlf IM no conveyance vehicle of wit The or difference delicacy 4J

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I father. as be tied the ribbon-of his between coarse and refined abuse .la. .

. ..a,.. daughter's shoe. "Why don't you,wear I as the difference between being bruised
' : I buttoned shoes that won't unfastened '
come
by a club and wounded by a poisoned ATLANTIC COAST LINEFrom
Instead of these confounded
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I arrow.-Johnson.j3 .
things, that are untied half the time?" ?_ __ "
f H. C. Stanford Company .'Oe<'of1l1e. papa" aald Gladys sweetly ,..tf... ,
Doesn't Feed Th.m. station j cm, north and west of a line drawn through Newberry, Gainesville +
"I'd rather have a bow than get 811mm-Our.- lundtpdy say the Ukm Rochelle, Hawthorne and I'alatka, ticketa.uW F.b. 14, 16. JO-21.22.. \w. .
the hook."-Harper's Weekly. to see her boarders have good South of this line, Feb. Iii, 16. 17* IK, 20. 21. 22, 23. Final limit of' all ticket ,.
appvtlfes. }'<<-h. 27th.. CHltlJKKN HALF tAKK. Each ticket Includes one FREE ad- i'
4 Kissimmee Florida Smart Well some women are '
: : What Is experience: A poor 'little I i..si.on coupon> to fair grounds *
but constructed from tbe ruin of the naturally cruel.-Ifoaton TranscriptThe For rates and information, call on Atlantic Coast Line Ticket Agent, or write'' }
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: palace of gold and marble called our future !la purchased by the prey J. G. KIRKLAND D. P. A.f Tampa, Fla.

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Local Overflow desirable section of the city tor residen.tlal -i :I The Pictures irthis; issue were

and that property must I ----
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i-jjsif %. ,S necessarily purposes advance to1 wlce- its value.., Incorporated As a Town At a Mass made .
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,, at the present time. Major Combs; 5, ...-Meeting Held Yesterday. by 41 nAT3r..

'MiuMabteSptrgin of Beloit. Kan:,: -the'oujjhern, whirlwind auctioneer/will i I Bunyan.Stephens pastor. ..s,

reached Klssimrnfro this wrtk. being hTveTharge of 'the sale tomorrow., and reaterdayat St.'C1ud a mass meet- Sunday- ._ -,.
attracted here by the wonderful stories those who have rieard, him. say' that it Ing-of. citiz.Mis was held, in:the G.: A. R. Bible School 9.4jia..m.,
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1. ahe bad heard of the climate and the >nr .bVwJbrtl> attending jut to hear hallat; which wficerji.for the municipality : The "GEM Preaching 11 a. m.' and 7.15p. m. .
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purity of the'artesian water: She stated -' and see liW fast and furious he can were elected and o her necessarydetails : B. Y. B. U. //:45"p;: .- m.

to 5 completed! forHhe incorporation. . . .
.: a representative of the Valley dispose orproperty.- .M. . .' Commuhion-2d SundayMondayafter .
Gazette that she, was ao'. well pleased The band! has been rgifed( for. the of th* .own. S ''. ,_' " :" *' I .' ', 3rd $undaV '; *

I ttjvltK our city thathe would pend the' occasion, and a real; ..good time, Is assured MeBttrs. ,Moon & Geiger of this city' ... S HALL & PAYNTER 'Woman' Miss. Union -Devo. 3 p. m..

coming summer tailing: the Kansas! pea- all who attend, besides ther> wnq I were retained: to look after the legal S Wednesday -(a1te! 1st Sunday),

J; pie ;what a magnificent place this is. I bll given awa:(j two lotV and many side of the Incorporation, and CoI J. L . :'. . r Worn: Miss. ,Un'ion""lo:! Jal. JJ to5p 11'1

and how kind and courteous. tho people ful and costly preients.ROI..LOHONOR.. Moon. spent yesterday at that place attending Thursday- .

: are to a.11 strangrere.. ; .- I the meeting 'and seeing that S :. Kissinimee Florida Prayer meeting: () pain. .
the law was complied\ with, ,
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. I Visitors always welcome.
\ :At It meeting held several days ago S The officers elected.for "tho..ensiling c '" !: 1

: the base ball nine of the Dwreola' High S ---- .year *tpr* as folldws-: ------- : .

jkv ." School elected Simon. Lupfer ,manager, ; The Following list js the Result of Mayor-H. I). Colvin. S .of Notary public bond of John II' Bais- PRESBYTERIAN.S. .' .

- andLee cLean captain for. the corning Aldermen J-Hi.: } Schuler. J. II. Hap?' Proceedings the den, with U. A. Lightsev and; R. T. -
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Work. Snyder pastor'Sunday
( season. The*boys havt' been practicing Close 'and Attentive .. /good.; I'. Rat Jo.k. E. (1. Pierce.C. C. Butler as sureties. were examined and
SchoOl l 9.45 a. m. -AV S.NelBon .
faithfully forno'me; ; time and .Hre. I: The following', pupils of the Ki !?immee Cox. County t Commissioners approved. superintendent. )

in good) rendition to meet and overcome -.: Public School have.. not been absent ,- Clerk'-'- W-. N.; earner.MarshalGordon . Notary public bond of S. J. Scribe,
tliurch! Service 11 and 7
any High School nine in (the i the month ending Mearns.', with H.[ D. Colvin! and C. W. I hoop ust a. m. p. m.
nor tardy during/ I Christian Endeavor 6.30 .
__country.' No games are scheduled as The emblem of the (J. A. K. button sureties was examined and) approved. p. m.Pray..r
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1:1: have mode an Kisaimmee Fla. Feb:7lbll
February t
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and Bible Thura. 7
.,: yet; --and the qanajrer will be glad to. i. of ninety per cent or more. in their was adoptctl as the corporate<- seal\ -The Board of County Commissioners. Constable bond of R.. A. Snyder! with Visitors study invited p in.
most lo all
cordially
hear from any teams in the I surrounding -. eighly-Tvo( St. Cloud. is now indeed and in fact R. T. Butler and S. W. Downing as
studies, with not !leas than met in regular session. on. the above. I ,Ncrvices. -
: '. (country j! nrany suJijoet and not loss than ninety- an incorporated town all the logal! date, there being present CL.. Lesley sureties, was cytairTiV !d and approycd.Bond '
been with In
Mr. and Mrs. };IIIMorri m. promiitient ; live in deportment: fqrmHhaving complied chairman; E. L. D. Overstreet W. S.; E. Ioujaot.for. carrying 5
Johnson. order. l to ati--ngtlieri the corporation.however :! A 32 Smith & Wesson revolver; with
people of Woeat -Ilranch Mich. Firat Grade A ihNi..nElly, Pearce A. F. Bass and O. R. Ba METHODISf.

arrived in the city the hatter part of.l Mtl' Aa.r.-y Outlaw Frank Lee, Edward< Attorneys Moon & Geigerwill / commissioners'. ; P. A. Vans Agnew/at- 1 C. J. Billingsby and, It. L. -Mercer a* Wm. II. Funk Ph.D.. pastor.

K week and have taken rooms at* tllO'i j Maddox. Karlv (Craham Rachel Phillips apply to the legislature for an act torn .y for the board. and Art.hu4 E. ('sureties, wan exumined: and approved. Sunday School :4.r a. m. Pro.f. R.
tho of the citizens atyesterilay's
ratifying action
Park hotel.. Mr. Morrison haI) ,'en a i Margie Wheeler Leah Wilcox. Oonegan clerk. I , Bond of G. It. Simons for carrying a M. Evans"superintendent.: '

sufferer with asthfne' for ltIriclJr' meeting. The firearm with H. C. Stanford and N. C. services 11
many years B division! --I.'rankie Crowe minutes of last meetingere Preaching a. m..,and 7:15:

t1; but states that (luring/ the abort. time I Harris Frank Heed, Sallie .Bass, Ruth read and approved. Bryan as' sureties, was examined and p. m. S

r he has been in J KJH8immee he has already Itowvn. Lillie hIziiin. Ruth Hyde. SHOCKED'THE GUIDE. The following/ bills were e F , approved. Boys League/ :2 I p. m.

S obtained great relief'. Hoth M r.1 Doris Barnes 'Frances Rhodes Dorothy approved and warrants! ; : Bond. of. Ernest Keen for carrying a Junior League 2t30 p. m.

S, and Mrs. Morrinon. are delighted Miller. Omitted last month by Antics of an Irreverent Viaitor'-at th. K I. Leiiley.potn I 4.11 32 Smith & Wesson revolver; with .1. Senior League :iiM! ) p. m.

.: our climate": and : little ) Nationaj Capitol.A A K ll.n., rom anil, III 11. li toE
Gen.
our prosperous, mistake. Vers., Gilbert. W. Oliver and F. H.I Lawson as sure- prayer service Thurs. 7:15: p. m.
city and expect to remain some time !i I, Second Grade Lillian Harn Thel- bIg man with II .fierce, brlslllne/ I, 1) O\cnitret corn ami mil ,.'> 00 tie ;, was'cxamined'and, approved, Holy communion. ever 1st Sunday.
jrra.v beard und weanIng n broad brlm- K H..... ('om."dlllll _. 13 ufl ,
,
: 1 \ with us. I j ma -Gilbert. Kdith:< M 11I'r. Leona Lai iniMl slouch lull' marched" down t the P % VHIIH Affnew..: lentil ..er"1: 1 14 Messrs. C. E. Franklin W. A. Me- YoO are cordially .invited-to each o?

and i M 'rtin. Edna Harvey. Myrtle Barber. mniu corridor of the "11 pltol. cloudy \I lea"<., rum an I intl) '. .1!II) 'IHIArlliur Cool and John M. Lee appeared before -!h..".. "'.rvie.....
Mr. Mru .loe' )h Fritz arid farrt-.
| i : Carma K: DiinfRan, rlerk. ,1.,1 ,miA ,
ti
Rebecca Newman Mary Speir. followed by 11tllhle/ nt a dogtrot.Tliey the board and themselves
ily of five grown up, children have ar- Frank Wood- had \\ . Kiiiit( |MMir far,,,. ers |Aup i-l. '.<.lC expressed as
lIohnslon. !Morris WnVio Inspected Btiitiinry hall I and
$ S riv(id in J Kinsimmec from Kreeporl, 111., i r \\' (irilllll., ....t) nupv re... & exp It box l.'tV SA' "opposed' to. .the discontinuance. of part'
thi .
nds looked
rot a and III at the chamber nIlUST/ ".
with of household holws. :jall, Hoy'oun .. 'Kj.slninu>pOriiq <',> toilet (pHp.T 7 ro of. the od], road from St. Cloud junction(
-S a car gooda( ( i i Third, Gradj/x; / +*'i>orc Van Duzor fay I o-f I the hupreme. / court and (the visItor Hrcola. Jourunl I', |irliilitiK.I 'li. !M I I II l"i running cant of IVghorn to discontinue :S.; J. Vance; pastor.

.. buggy wagon and, nil farm implements. Ti a e r, Fannfe i Johnwm, Grace I Kleanurjraves hnd niful: no other (comment. on W l Fl.nn. in 01.... IIHIIIT| 3 ,'ftMnrli as Preaching at I 11 I a. m. and 7 p. m.
S have l-sized ,; of, I the NIA'III.'h. him lhui thin road would b!' of great disiyivatitage 1111)10' School A.
They bought a )joo< piece' : ) Grace; : to utter nnoivntional llrot Ia-ri.. liunlinlt *> I I\f'\ 1 1H t4.r a. III. W. Winn,
,, Stanf ird
( Matt < Knljy
S I Ki'iiiit Bimj't or trowl.I (. ) to that (lection of the '.IIt1I1I '. A. (I.. ,
prairie land on which they w Jura te / 1. Holier'. r..I.| i- li wnt S li 'J 110 .ul..nlll..I1II'nl| ; Duviilson assistant -
WonJall.
S and I build! a home, lia-rn and I other eljurprnent I j Hani, Mattie Wheeler Niel V\\ I j I The I bl Ig lann (in used at I the end of KI-'. \''ltl\ ,....,'.tt.'. -ub suit prlnlinir' 61 3I whereupon the I hoard "appointed' ,) A. F.ItaB. ( HUperintfndeii.. 't.

S and will plant I a Iarg. variety: ot j Fourt! Grade; A division 1 -Blanche j' tin1 corridor and i 1 jerked Li Iii. head l 10wnnl I Jl "Chiiuli. IIUK, Httl-n. In "iittiipi-r J ?.MlKi I "W. S. IVurce and, O.) U. I lao. acommittee ChriKtran Endeavor every Sunday
I Davis, (Cleo Outlaw Frances: Tre"i. a i-iirpoted' / passajfe.. S >. Klit. t 1'1011lI..h''. fur iso -11 I 'II;
to look i into this, matter I lurther
\ fruit mid do : )
tree li.lX
trucking. evening
Home They
/ in.
I Slralton I I 1 "\Vliiit'i I tlioin liiirKlnrn I K i II I 110'.. tiiMk hi\ii\ i bitnnl foi i li : lVI > p. S
Frank Bniip i F: lgnr Bryan.i M doing to
'S their' land, from the I Hunter I : :. / und, rextrt| at next meeting.Mr. and, rhoir .
bought(; I d.i! he ) < Miller t I eoin a tre 441 MJ 1 ( I'rayer nl.'ot ing practice every
S S S Land ('ornp8nval\ll\ is very choiee) praneliiml. 1 S-tory. |H divisKin, liiiol; La'11'. M.iryTanner. S > : ...deiniinded"Tlie .lIul... Is. not In xesslon, Rlr.1NII ; WH & I arH'in i" ,ro "'o fi-eil\ iii'c.' II1" .'BriiriVi.M I J. S...."trattun appeared. he l .ft ire I'burulay. at( T.IHI'$ j p. m.
S (Gure. Smith Leroy Bass.Fifth .1> ( flit '.' ::1 i HIIJ the ,
puller lionrd ,
"ml'| that he |
;_ ,). free from 'tones. and ,. stilting .xp..t.1 to
utiirnps or :i | | I h l Ki'Idi\ "! in shorked! vol<-D.Aflir -
.
(Guide; ; I Helen Pui-MeA. ("hn-, W J! M'ikm-oii' I... riinil,, .i|"|1.1 lli-*. I I'? 72 ,.
covered with a high' Io"wlh..f I)i grit.atUlICJ ;".. The i (Nltnr. hail departed the ho.- :. l'omfI I C the worj.< 9 l-nm ti 'Inm' trAfllinr 'i'J
S ) here and there with; 11 uc hammockfl tine I"l\e\_ I Kalie Thoitip' .""'. :'o1.1I. ylltht.iirrt (iindis.il} . .l.\'j n on (hiiiluilr, In front of I I f iIHliR'ss, .iit.fli r"I'II"" 2-11 to MiiHKenger within" ,, the m, >xl I I" ,..' I II '1'\1

; ( of ('ztIhagitInis." |> Mr. Fritis' Knighl l.iu-\ Pe.ircc. . tin' si-itiif, of I 1'11,1"1Y..I"If'r' and I I 1..lIt".'". 'ill blil.. 'llHinfri, I. 41) thirty ilaytt.. soil I ask' that he I In- ;iiyanced 1 It.-i-( I Ma\id I II> 1\ Idd. n-i'lm., i ,.

very murli pleaseil. wilh,, Mhis line' land '(Guisie; \\' 111\1.\ :Miiigan t .\iid-i, -ti. IHas I-- iii.iIT'tl", lii-. 1"' p'llo.w 1 ,, MI,.' --. /KI-.IC: lllet/, ( :M.Vltl- \\ lillldillltd ,-tia_! t.'s oiiii Mud. (tlijit; roines here," 1\\ It \lMkinJ , ''ii I '" 'sr. -I. It.> 4 =N smith r.. "' duly .Hi'condcd. i hi "
and above) /III. the uleal. ; we.-Jh'-r. I Ho is "reqnent" ) wasKrantcd ) 1 II i t -iin:' 1 ;,,i. ni,
S . I'I',1., ,, .! ,, healii! "\\ i. hne: nil kindItiit, bisRl.ili -1111"'H'. ' '\ itirl!. 41 Of) -
(_ (. rill . ,: '
tSili and, II,, .
j'Iorlt ,
I ( ainnt uctidto
\ i '
( ; !
Will endeavor to others fiwm' (the I ,. ., "mn1\IIIII'1 : )ul1d'lat( morning ;
'
? AJi-U: I '. I < is. tin' hardest. to deal willi"nll.01 ( \V H''" 1111", 'i..i.I it r I s 0r.nl nd.. 'j
all, Jim lliirbel Leonard" lO.irl 1 I..it-i-. draw warrant I for that'am'utt .
North tt 'locate here. I liniI -v .l.lin-.i,. I iiikiippM II ) 1'It'I'- )
Mct'allist r, |II.l u-setl, t (Gomlwin.,, ) l >e\vi-\ I the senile" ,)liiii'Kl.irsyon' ln'iir-iV I[ !. I II ,!I. 5 i o. ; '. 0 rmiil. ( :. 70 M ,'. Strykcr appeared;, before" the. (iuild; 1IJ"dlllg") I fi t\ hr-l" Tursdayfloridii I
bllll .'Mid lie kfi Ked *lHPbowed
Whiclianl. Charlie licgei-o: i \\II".d/, I Ml t eryUllnfj! ( !I K MS .".,,,,..... '1"1''''',1e,. .. m,.-i 'l-i -lair I. I s.'itoaril and ..tltt..1 l that l he ...a.. gelling/ I S '
I That kind
him I rumex I
NOBLE pre ) > 1*, (lIa..k.ln.. i\Hrmitl' N.I 1 7. -d1, 151i ,
: A WOMAN Sixth ( ti.i'le /LOIS Johnson. ( hurli"JcKSUjI : "lulled' lo kU'l, They ain't g..t( no. pniriiiliin i, ,MHl", KHiit In' mil ;No.; 1.173 :ill '110I ui a magazine for the 1 purpose, nf advertising I o-, i
I
'- ( at nil. and a frilled Stiiten I ..-... l> Iturf'itrd. A1 u nonl, bnftkImrlii -* r .1! 7I '' |II"<- county, to I lie |,'nlii.-th-l i I,|,, , . Maps. i

s&.,. : LewiCi'le 'n.-il'ir nhul IM more" to. them (Hum II I ,, ,. 1-p -.4 ,.. on tin2lind. of F.'lifaary.. I II I
; tier nth Grade;, .\llnahlnl'Y I t: M' ('r "V.in r "| j lay 1'1'| on 1 riM-i'ipt/>1 nf ITcnt! at\ the Valley
?. Called (to Homen\ the Land '' ,., 1\1..I..v.-1. | I Ilollle'Alli'l-d.' , Kll/.t-;: ((4oorl.eepiTVliy.. I I'm afraid (lo tlll Ito< S.I i < ..u'i l Unit; Co .ilruu' l>iiiiii-r.| :I :151, 1'.1l1.1 and aski-il, that the Hoard MjltBcriltc I ( ..a/.i-lti-I <[lli'.' a |"t,ii-ki-t map of Florida "' \
.. (lilin Into. 1 the ronrtl.iKely La,* I Himl\ "-" a" tux ,i-ul ." 1.K :1. '
S : Beyond the Stars. i iMPH. ii Ijeth 1'oifli (jrace; \\"lLtt. I Helen l Ha"Laum -*, men III not they'll, \ supreme"'JII"'l tTjinpdlrepei 1"1"10..1.1 > 0'..,,.. mil' .1 .I ,I for)i 1 I.IIIMI I$ I ,copies.. of tinsann-. a* will' !I". iiioi: I I.1, to am I udilrc. in the ..
as '
say
.
i Tb. Maiirine I llann :Mjrtle! I ., this would I In- i .successful. of ;111'rll.llIg '
ni as. .1 K: Hn'J.) JHiuttir) :I.: way i I I'mleil Stiit.s t I, Wican nlsrt furnish .
I tfnl right out loud I Ho : Martha A. ;4v> 'Ifnmi'' wife of J. C"UI'r.1.lltJ.: .. Belle I Harris.I ..M.n-i.- > ; \vbiit Hint one said, w hrfi 1 >.!HMVnl y uF. I'tirkcr _n I _i.., 1 NII \, .fNci'ol.i( ('011111))'. The), Hnanl. \ mapx) of-Oxo-ola' I eiiunt.x' ) al *'j 1 i-acb, ant."

W. died (tH her home in (OJUK) I I C .r "I'oviill i'Mr.' jmlli'ti ") I. 01'I after due) deliberation di-cidcd that they' I .
Ji Seymour Hoy(I. him -tjit hilly. hall ? Ho snys ''''bo . ; (will, fi'eglnd, t.. <- tunate on sect(icmnl' muiyf

yeiterlay after an illncKs (or onlone Eilht (Grade-Lyles. :Stor.x.' /NelsoiItnssell. ate I all I I i tliesi,* < Kink1 Then (he nantedto 1 lI. I I I 111--I 1- II i'ark..r'i'. I IHtC'll. lIl'lllflM-l,.111.,( ir I.' I 10: were xuli.Hcnliinj, for all the p'wjVrH'.> the of 'a riv 1 kind

S week. i iMr Bob) Bullock. .Jeniiing Prevail Know h..." nun h all them! stat.uiHcot .\ WHlki-r. Kian- I l'i.>,l-wll. "'" y

SS Seymouj' was horn in J-ackson I Karl: ( '."wg"I'. Anna I Davidson. Kiln: I he/ (-:overiiinent, mid H ln> fit t Ih,' I I J/ / I Kobi-rii.il.. ,'I I It'''''J. II I IAl *!: The general I presentment nf the FIISAI.E( ) ( ( 'lit l( HKN'T; ; A ,new stone

Sc county Ga.. August 2i.( lXiii\: ;, and, was MayGrilled.4 i Lena Lancaster. Orpha: .ri: I.....IT I i 101.1. I hl/ll i I tliey were givenliy I I lair K: Oiini'iran. r..- ili-inln |I"ub r.l 111'1' () grand, jury were, read J. I the Hoard tx-m'g cut t I tag.. in :Noilli; t "K 1 I"I4IllIIfll'l. Ai>nlv'
(he, Id that ', ..."r".h"o'.1. l "I 1 :."> ''")IIS ) t 1..1. n. Woodal. 8-Jt
I lii'.titi''i.' and sa I 'Ih J I' -ttlllti'll. i-l) '- '
: therefore in her' ;7'r.lh year. She married -; Hose, l Fern" Eat. I. I requested< hy -thi- grand Jury to w uii-n,
t wheir, liie, ctiiteput l t this oer.. : \ K Hi-- i-iini' ami\ mp 1 1 I III
onr'e j
I I
J. W. Seymour. January 1H. I 1ST>!<, Ninth Grad..- Mae \VillimNath'ti! : "You won huii4 llilnlt." Kiitil the nlde. I K II u\ m I,.-Til "rontr"'*t nion, OtlvanoiE 1 .'HHi I I i (the turn pike leading east from KisHimmee ,.. RK) S.\ I.E Tnnialo plants' ; , at S. B.Aultmait's .

and for. over half a century they have Bryan- Eleanor: Mosalejr, Edward; New with n slch. "that patriotic Americans It liuk.. dIm ami, mil 1r'.J: I IS as soon 89 ossihle, ., tin- Hoard 'truck fncyi, Kissimmee.
1 I' lIla! :
)lived an ideal married, life. Six' phild- Eva \Voodall, Aby, :!''ewman, 'Alic .' could! Vonicihere and beso' callous K 3. 1.e.1.,.. com .".! sell .' .' .,' ., .. .' .4O< '( alter considering this 'matter de- i1edthat'it :; 8-.t!
toni; J H W'alk.ir,COIlS cud mil .. ...,.." .f\, \ .1';'O :J1,,) i: ;, >' .F'V ,.( '.1! oJ ,; ,.' .,, '. '.?' '". "
.i.ik bw
John would
ren were i born to them T. .Sey.S Stute Ii'n/ MeKenzieWadle: ra' nhotit11heljlngs;: they noo. Tbcysecnito .1i1"l, .\>; c'heajior, to build III 1
I f Matli Undc-rhlll.roiid work1. !, , .\ IHI, : .ri6tf6 r
'I ) II. C
.mourRIJlJf; Seymour and Mrs. C' JM. .. ,,, . I ,,\ !'\ \"; beflrriidpte.Klvlmli a dollar to \bo shown. '< / other road, ontxjuarter.of a mile, north i ,- t i i .il P&A.tfechment.i \; -
( r; u'. ( ,..,., '' Jii,, ,'.- .;i\\\ 1 i1'i.1o)1 K: ]i.4) OvcTHtrvetj com and /1I1I //I 'NIU & m;g" \m
\ ms .
: 'ii ah
,
S whcn ,
S this county1''Mra. W.W.I I lie i place.! where Webster iBto d aid witli. the.urnl
( Frazier.Tof ? : :. "Tenth Grade..J.. ea.n <:'I'homas, Rosa. A'lbonlelt.VI.\ITi.dblll. C h' 4. parallel l pike than it In (f'lri'ull CSurtSiU Judl.'Ul'CWenltof' Florida.,
.Harris and Miss Clyde Seymour' Kis- Newman" Bessie Whiddeti. ,I lit made lila reply to' Ha ne. '1''don'tknow W W Chandler Imp I.re.t gun fine\ ,: '.., ,118 till$ wpuld be 16 wkleii the same;" Hon. !E. 'In Hurt "for O-j-lii.il. Cnnrtv-.Mar.x! ) VannlcrHiul

S simmee and Mrs. H. F. Galloway. of what the country's. 'coming to.I've. $it \\ AHhton, I'.' roll'J ::172 rll.J I II.. Lenley. appninUil to look further into tier hllI,II.,1 v.. 1 Kolirit I H. \\ ..1Ia1To
Jjt-iMi n guide here twenty years. f, Mo". I''r.(''' all> [fi>..ii 5..I) :.' KulM-it t H. \\aln I ,. ,1..(. nilutil, mid. nil) I other
Gainesville Ga. nil of whom were thin road at the next
i report mectiujr.
'
t Resolutions of Respect.The (lint I 'never t thought I'd live to. hear Arthur' !I- I iilCp.Ol)II 1'itft "ioithArttinr 1"1" |1',1', ml rv.ii.I' ) I in) ,tin- ..|MIVI- entitled. !':
with Mrs. at the time of her I Mr. John M. Lee ;
Seymour K: DOIM-UUR ) I I. Wi appeared' lt-ftrc .
rallfd t I lourjlnrtVnRbl" i-itilrl co-t1 "I
S I the Honate: I &; "i"I-- '"' ", tin l isijd l lii'ii-lmiflrr, dill.mt -
-, .death I S following resolutions. of respect ton ('or "Kunsus Clly Star. C F l'r. <'\alt. .oo.urt cithtiiHpec .,'N I J i the 45oard and asked tliitt the. Ilotirdrecommentl < p., r.h",1. ,

L Mr. and Mrs. Seymour came to Florida -I were unanimously adopted by the Kisimmee .'. t inn courti ) I III'' a crossing over th* railroad, Youiill, ) InLi-i":"'ti"" ' nn I Hi.- J.Mh d01 of
oit l rt .out* I!i'l I III 'litlii-r. "I'M". ..... ,
-illKolirrl .lilu.1 ,
nettling in-Kiasimmue in 18H!1. A Temple No. 21,1'ythian Sisters.. I Koinjf:: to Lincoln Heights; upon motion OK.J".t yoi.
LIGHTNING VERSUS STEAM. 11 .
% clrriiit comt I foati gh I H 1.IIB.. in lite I Iri-uit I mILL, or the
I -h few years ago they came to Ojus. fin- Whereas, tur Heavenly Father in. Arthur ))""P.u. .-...u wltnfV ...." 3 75 I'I dvly seconded the Board recommended ;ih Jiiiln-UI I I'''1111 Pliimli.' In anil fur OiHetH '

ally making their home there. Ills infinite wisdom, has removed from Teatinfl the Telegraph In the Early F Prevail ft'H
; I S- Mrs. Seymour was a devout. member his earth the grand-mother. and mother Da/a of It. Invention- W BaitK, witness I ice: clerk-to notify the authorities. of the h'r hu.lanllI..or) Vannlvr, sad lh.t Writ of

of the Methodist. church and was a of our esteemed sister, Mrs. F. C. Years IIKO .when the electric tele H..hI Alilerrnan.\ .wltnnnii. .. I .IMI'P, 1 railroad company of. the same.The .>lh.) < hlnt'DI ilntfil Orloln. "IA. JUIO Was .heated

and consistent Christian. -Her of Kissimmee graph was a new Idea and n mysteryto WKS w<ult Cimrt. unilrrth. eal
lifelong Bryan. we, the memoers M J Illrkn. Jaror . r I I Supervisor ..I ...leI l Cnurt on unlit' Oi-tolip( 4Mb 1910.) Had UQilir I
4 entire life in deedx of charity Sisters do the masses there came trouble. one :, f 10 to. a direct road
was spent Temple No. 21. Pythian Grant 1 hom wltneMC \ orion up more mul,, lt) > I Irlll..r "mill! writ of mtnrhmnt f S I

- and kindness and many a persoii hereby adopt. the following. resolutions. : I Saturday night/: In the Bank of Ens : Johnson, wftuena 8o) I leaving the town uf St. Cloud and to ItMVU lUVU-ll, UfMtll, lh" fltlloHllIK I ll,,HCrlb..\ lotS,

55' now living; will remember her long forsome Resolved 1st. That we feel in this I land. The business of. tbe day bad Thou Johnnou .wi'-n .<.a. _> 20i $ I connect on to eheWhittier_ road near tracu or pan-rU of I.n.lInate.. lying and. !
t I closed and the balance .wall not. right.There .. F G Thom."!>". \Juror I 3Oscar h Ing" I in the Connly nf suit of
inertia quts
S kindness coming from her unsolicited. .- treat bereavement Sister Bryan has r. : I where Col.. Thomas. lives, this road was iIi
( S was n deficit of Just 1OO. It was Ilrowo wlln'e M Florida' II.-" li
; S -A good woman haa gone to sustained an irreparable loss and that not the money. but tbe error that Chan Peterson 51(1)55.| I 1x)) II formerly: selected by Commissioner E. An uudlvlilt, onr.half"..I"rut) III !wnitti half _r_

her rest and she) will be sincerely\ we extend to her our sincere sympathy I must be found. For. tbe ofDc'ero and Will Thoma*, '' I 'i : ) R. Bass.. of Ktrtlon twenlyl.i. <$UT< ,, aoulh half of See t::

5, mourned. Resolved. 2nd. That we -hope. she'I the clerks there could be nopleep until GrahAm ""a"I... 1 -i A letter received from Mr. Durbar tion twenty-eight( ,, annihcBit quart of '

The funeral will take place this af may find comfort. in this dark hour of the mystery bad been cleared up. All (1.0* II White. "" A 1 !:1 M 0Frant ) asking that the Board sell' him some .!Sci-liiintwenly-iilne: c.Hi'|. northeast ciiMrler A" .'11
Darla( , S nontlt half of awlloti
thirty three
: Section
ternoon' at 2:30 from the M. E. hurch affliction and that we may commerjd that night and all Sunday a force. of (leO F l'arkpr.co S 13 ).) I marl, the Board. instructed the clerk to thirty'fitur ( '14)ami iiorlhwmt. quarter.18)) of See. t

South, Rev. R. V. Atkiason officiating.. I her to the tender mercy of "Him. Who men were-busy; money wan surely C F I'revatl. e-oiiti ja! ri I advise 'Mr. unbar that they had no. LIt' )) tbirtT-HTe ((117.: ).ff\\\ In To nnhlp '....a'.1 if

i -Miami Herald Feb. 14th. doeth all things well." gone from the vaults. but no one could Paid warrants. were ordered. cancelled marl for. sale. lIve. (If,) onth of Range thirty one 1.11) F-",, &. i

; Mr, and Mrs. Seymour. resided inS Resolved: 3rd. That a copy of these discover whence..On . from the various funds in the following There beiqg no further business the You. are. lTu.rf.fore.rf'1 III...... u> apitnar to the ,
the following morning a clerk I .alii .. 'Ion on the Rule Day In M>r, 1911 tbs"same .
Klssimmee for many years, and was resolutions be sent to. Sister Bryan to I suggested that the mistake might have amounts: Board. adjourned. iK-lnirlhe l lit day of May 11'1.114 that 1

universally loved for her noble character. the; local. papers for publication, and I occurred In packing for the West In. Revenue $1331 20 Arthur E. Donegan E. L. Lesley, l-i default thereof Juclgmuirt, will be entered .J

I Mrs. Seymour not only professed. spread upon the minutes of the Temple. dies. some boxes: of specie that bad Road 820 .68 I Clerk. Chairman. AIf.lnol you v 54' S

but lived the life of a Christian and Vera Miller been sent to Southampton. for snip-' Fine and Forfeiture. 194 45 I 'WIIIK-MI, my hand and .Seal thIs :MHb day of JaD-. jI.hen. f
S
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A.
; those bowed down with sorrow and Maude Thomas ment. Ills chief acted on the sugges The treasurer's report showed the D Hill
The Sicilian V.sp.raThe C. T PREV"'!'T.
i suffering always found consolation and '-5 Nellie Meek. tion. Ilere was an opportunity to test following. balances in the various fund, : Sicilian Vespers Is tbe term given dhnrlffar, Oac-coU Couity.B .

relief in her presence-she was so gen- Committee.PrevattByrd. the powers of the telegraph-lightning Revenue . <45 42 to the massacre of tbe French in <>([g & Palmer.

,: tie) ao kind, so considerate of, the feelings I against hours steam.tbe and start.steam Very wltb noon forty-the Raad - - '. 1243 94 Blcllj. March 30, 1282. On Easter Attorneys for.Plaintlffii.

I of. others. There are none left to eight telegraph asked a man lo Southamp Special . . '.. . 1279 63 I Monday. conspirators assembled at Palermo ,

take the place of Mrs. Seymour-her ton. "Has the ship Mercator. sailed?" Convict lease. . . .21560 and while tbe French were engaged -

, character was so grand, so. noble soL At the residence of the bride's par- The answer came back. "Just weighing I Fine and forfeiture . . . . . 1876.45 I I In festivities a Sicilian bride' The James Shelby's' Show Will]

L lovable. eht, Mr. and Mrs. C. 'F. Prevail on anchor." School . . 1192 74 passed by wltb her, train. A Frenchman -

yesterday evening at 8 o'clock a most Stop her In tbe queen's name" Sub-school district No.2. 99 34 used ber rudely and a young SI- Give Two Exhibitions At

;; AUCTION [['-- -beautiful marriage ceremony was performed flashed back the telegraph. "She Is .Sub-school district No.3. 311 22 I I clUeD stabbed blm on tbe spot. Tbe

; by Rev Bunyan Stephens whenhe stopped was returned. Sub-school district No. 4 5 26 I populace ran through the city crying Kissimmee Feb. 24 I

S united in the holy. bonds of wedlock "Have on deck certain boxes (marks .' -- out "Let the French die!" and without

; Of Lots in Linc ln Heights Takes( Miss Mattie Prevatt and Mr. Jas. P given weigh them "carefully and let $6669 50 distinction of rank age or. sex slaughtered -
of me know the result. telegraphed the Tax collector's report showed the Frenchmen could -The-James Shelby's Show is
Byrd in tbe presence a large number all the they a strictly I
_S .. Place Tomorrow at 1 10 A..M. of. friends and relatives of. the chief. following balances to be collected: '. Bnd. About 8.OUO were massacred. Not high class moral and refined vaudeville '

. : This order was obeyed and one box , 91 allowed to become performance. under e nvas.
sales bride. After the refreshments Revenue . $10665 even tbe churches Were
The Bowman. Realty Co., agentsof young ceremony bo* where about one S -TEN
S was found to some BIG VAUDEVILLE
. . 15017 29 a sanctuary for. them. The massacre ACTS-
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late
lots in Lincoln IleighU state that were served and at a heavier than Its County ''
and ten ounces S
'S pound 12619 11 was general throughout tbe Is with plenty of Tean! wholesome. comedy
i everything is in readiness for the auction hour the guests departed leaving be- mates-Just tbe'weight of the missing County road. land.-New York American. between acts to make you laugh

todfforrow morning at 10 o'clock hind a thousand. well-wishes for. the sovereigns. -'All right Let the ship County special 4226 37 Don't. fail to pay thia how a visit! *-

' S the ladies of the Catholic church havIng happiness and prosperity.. of the newly- go!" was the next: order. I Sub-school district No. 2. . 162 32 -- -- This is our first\ appearance here and
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kindly consented to serve lunch on wedded pair. The West India bouse was debited Sub-school district No. 3 683 35 Whr. It Wnt. we'' feel sure you will be well pleased I

S the grounds during the.hours of sale. The bride is one of Kissimmeo's most with the flOG and the Bank of Eng Sub.school district No.4. . 717 81 "That dollar I gave you, Jam... to should ions' to you be given witness here.one of the. 2 exhibM
; land was at peace agttn.fl.rpeaWeekLy. | save up for a rainy day. did you putIt
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- S / Mr. Q. L. Blanchard, the local repre- ,' charming and attractive young ladies .. S i4404216Tax In the bank?" ONE DAY ONLY !

- senUtive of the Bowman Realty Co.. while the groom 'is a business man of _ _ _ _- collected -I for the bank Admission. 25 and 36
: :4. Olive T..... collector's report of licenses "I-I started sir. but cents. Two'ex-
$ I. states-that a large number of person high standing in Lake Butler. alternate amounted to $40. t[ It came on to rain so hard that I was hibitions daily. Doors open. at 1 p. m.,
OUv. trees produce crops, a .
/ have alreadsignified their intention flf I forced to go Into the Inn, sir."-Boston performance commencing one hour
fall yield generally being followed by Tax collector's report of poll taxes !I
purchasing Old for sale at this office Herald. Jater.Will
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the sal. and newspaper
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